The Panama American

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

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

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02697

Related Items

Related Items:
Panama America


This item is only available as the following downloads:


Full Text
. ? ,-. ,
t.
-iT- V 'tjW''

-

1.

"""v v'
;
mm.

V4

hi

i- .rs

to?

THE CITY OF THE;
'VICEROYS.'..

tlMTBMMATIONAk AlWAT,

X

U INDEPENDENl ''jjjyT HE $1 QAItY NEWSPAPER

1M IJ il T1 Anni T1 -.'

Zef th people know the truth and the country frfcra" Abraham. Lincoln,

-A. 'A A UK. MA. k.V

fctgraas A .;

14th TEAE'

PANAMA, R. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 195S

rrre cents

act

Chinese

ationallist Sabrejets

Down 5 Red Migs Near Formosa

PIUS XII BEGGED
FORGIVENESS
IN LAST WILL

(TAIPEI, Formosa, Oct. 10 (UPI) Chines Nationalist
Sabrejets destroyed five Communist Mig jet fighters in
a 25-mfnUte battle that was the first fighting reported,
since the Formosa Strait cease-fire was declared' five
days ago, the Nationalist Air Force announced today.
Four of the. Red planes were shot down this morn morning
ing morning 'near NatsUr the Nationalists said. The fifth was de destroyed
stroyed destroyed In a collision with a Sabrejet, which went down
In flames and also was destroyed.
A Nationalist communique said two other Migs Were
damaged in the fightings
' The Nationalist victory was announced by Chang
Tao Fang' at a national day rally W Taipei's city half
celebrating the founding of the Chinese Republic jn 1911.
"It was a gift givemto us by the Communists for
aur national day," he said.'

. Before tne lighting, uenerausi-

mo Chiang Kai-shek charged last

night that the Communist cease
fire in the Formosa-''Strait was
"oolitical treachery" designed to

drive a wedge between 'Nationalist
China and the United States.
The Nationalist P r e s i d e n t
claimed an initial victory in the
battle for Ouemoy. ; but" warned

his people, "we must be prepared
to carry on a war of attrition
against the Communists so as to
destroyi ..their- military potential,
disintegrate theii-pttppet rganiza
tions and liquidate the CamSmtrtris't
traitors." A
He said the 'Natiolianstr'- oreak''
through with' supplies to the em embattled
battled embattled offshoreisldnd of Quemoy
had checkmated Communist de design?
sign? design? on Southst Asia.
He added that Nationalist U: S.
cooperation in the Formosa Strait
had a stabilising effect; oh the Far
Eastern situation as a whole, j
Chiang made his comments on

the Far East crisis in nationwide
radio broadcast on the eve of the
47th anniversary of the founding

of the Republic of China.
His message was beamed to all
Asia, including Communist China.
The Formosa Strait area was

Uahri 4 yesterday ; as the National

ists pushed more supplies to tne
offshore islands on the fourth 'day
of the seven-day cease-fire' de

clared by the Reds last Monday.

I""

Reds Reject
Mediation

By UN leader

LONDON1; Oct lrJU?i) Red
Chlrta has rejected a proposal
forvmediatioit ot the TfarJ East
-rid. hir TtN secretary "General

' pag HammarskJcJd;: diplomatic
-1 sources said today.

They said ,'the Coihmanlits
have lPt it be know ttiat they

would riot welcome a visit from
the U.N. official with view to
top-level talks oiv the -'Formosa
situation. Lt
The idea of an effort by the

Secretary 1 General ... had Deen
advanced tentati v e 1 y by a
group ? of ; Scandinavian U.N.
delegates, without any direct
offer for action from Ham Ham-marskjold
marskjold Ham-marskjold Wmself. 1
The Red rejection of the plan
was taken as a sign that Pul

ping may plan to prolong its
current, negotiations with the
United States in Warsaw, per perhaps
haps perhaps with, the eventual idea of
renewing their' demand for" a
Foreign Ministers' Conference
which would In. Effect be a step
toward UJ5. recognition of their
regime. :
DiDlomatic sources said Red

Ohina is apparently -pot yet
prepared to commit itsflf firm

ly to any specmc course in xne
Far- East. .. r.$--$t '
The Reds were believed to be

biding their time in the belief

that they hold trump ,cards
which will make it possible' for
them to "blow hot Cricoid" as

the situation seems to require.

Field Work pled
On Pedro Miguel
Conversion Plan

Field work has been started ty
the contractor for the conversion
of frequency-sensitive 5 equipment
of Pedro Miguel and West Bank
'communities. Contractor Jor this

work the Electric Service Co,
at Panama. ,':

; The contractor's forces have
been engaged in work in instal installations
lations installations st Pedro i Miguel between
the highway and the locks. Con-

Version of domestic equipment in

the community is expected to big
In about Oct. 20. ;

The areas covered in this Power
Conversion Project "i contrait in includes
cludes includes Pedro MciueL Miraflores

Filtration Lant, Rousseau, and
Palo Seco. in addition to- various

miscellaneous Instal 1 a 1 1 o n i in

these areas.. ;i,::s

Ike Rests Before

Campaign Sched ule

i CAMP DAVID, v Md (UPI)

President Eisenhower. getting

, bead start on his 68th birthday
observance, relaxed last night in
this remote mountain retreat with
his wife and nearly a dozen close

! bridge-playing and golfing
' friends. "'i;tli :&,'
' The President,1 who will be M

Tuesday, scheduled a long week

end at, tne wnue House (hideaway
Si the Catoctin Mountains before
lunging : into a heavy campaign
schedule which will take him from

coast-to-coast before the Nov.
eongreisional elections.

VT.-i,-. ,J.r,.vrf...,wf I, ..ft-, - "'T

tA1VlAGE ''INSPECTED Education Minister- C arlos slier inspects damage done bv students
during the four-day defiant stay, in ,the National Institute.' Sucre is accompanied by, Prof,
.'Ismaei Garcia,! rector f the Institute, and by a National XJuard lieutenant. Classes are to'
be resumed Monday at all public high schools, but it was doubtful whether- the Institute
would be i any condition to receive its stu dents. The school bulldina: was still suarded
today by a small detachment of the' National J Guard, who complained about beinff taunted
by student leaders. who are helping to clear the debris left behind by the students. The
.latter evacuated the building early yesterday morning after receiving guarantees that there
would be no reprisals. v v & '?

Canal

A I

To Get Crash

Power

Convers

ion

Tomorrow

The big red-topped Canal admin

istration building has been sitting,
gargely undisturbed, on the toe of
Ancon Hill for almost 45 years.
Its comparative serenity has
been broken in recent 'weeks by

Cop Slugger Gets 6 Months

In Jail; Free Appendectomy

Slugging a Canal Zone police

man earned a young Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian six months in jail today

and, it also may have saved his

life.. -. -VM;

The man, Walter Selman Ford

of PanamavCity punched police

man Edward V. Amason.in the

face when he tried to arrest him

on July 25 this year at Paraiso.

rew aays later wnue ne was

in police custody awaiting trial

he was taken ill with a ruptured
appendix',?1 ;

The speed with wmcn the po

lice got him to GOrgas Hospital

was a factor in his recovery but
even so he was on the seriously

111 list for some time owing to

an infection which set' in.

. After ever two months In
hospital, 'where his. treatment
was paid for by the goyern goyern-ment,
ment, goyern-ment, Ford appeared Before
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe at V.
8. District Court at Ancon to today..
day.. today.. -' i.v'- ''. :

Ai well as the six months jail

for resisting the police officer,

probation was revoked on a pre

vlmta Vinrtrlonr rVitiriro In

and he was ordered' to serve the
three years sentence which was

suspended at mat time on con
ditlon that he was of good be
havlor for five years. The bur

glary charged concerned a raid
on the summit Hills, Golf Club

building. j

Commented a police officer

today "Ford had his treatment

at government expense, now he

wllrbe able : to recuperate at

government expense and get fat

agahvls he ever lucky."

Amason told the court that
for 59 minutes on July 25 he ob observed
served observed Ford loitering outside the

Paraiso commissary. When"he
approached :' him i and asked

what he was doing there, Ford

replied: "That's none of your
Goddam business." ?
, He then said he was waiting
for a but and when Amason told

him he was under arrest he re

plied: "I ain't goin'. I'm going to

see my family first."

He then crossed over the

street. Amason followed and

when he caught up with him on

the other side, Ford hit him

twice in the mouth, causing cuts

which later required live stitch stitches
es stitches at Gorgas Hospital.

Amason said he then hit
Ford on the back of the neck
with his blackjack and Ford

ran away and entered house

No. 217. An Amason approach approached,
ed, approached, Ford appeared at the top
of the steps with a jagged
piece of wotfd and threatened
"to kill" him if he came any
closer., By that time Amason
had pulled; bis pistol out. and
waited for police reinforce reinforcements
ments reinforcements before going In and
taking Ford.

Corroborating evidence was

given hy William Hele a customs

inspector and. Samuel -Joseph

Garrlel a maintenance ioreman

who was1 working nearby;

Ford; who nmpea into court
and apparently was still in some

pain from his operation,- said

that he had been waiting at tne

bus, stop for a man who owed

hhri.-r money. Then) with the
money he intended to get on a
bus and go for a swim. He

claimed that Amason was not
tryinir to arrest him but to fight

him and alleged that; Amason

hit him first with the blackjack.

He also alleged that Amason

had been "hounding'? him and

had sot him fired from a job he

had at Pedro Miguel Boat Club
by telling his boss he had a

criminal record ana was a no
good." 'tv?' ":: "'"'ft
' Judge Crowe told Ford that he
must expect to be treated like a

criminal because that is what

h had become. ,The judge re reminded
minded reminded him of his record V ol
petty larceny, burglary, loitering
and fighting. ... ....

work in -connection with air con-
ditioning. This weekend it will un

dergo an important change whet

Consolidated International Elec Electric
tric Electric forces move in to convert
equipment from 25-cycle to 60

cycle current.
Except for the usual odds and
ends, the Whole job will be com

pleted tomorrow. Tne switcnes

are to be pulled in the building it

o clock tomorrow morning and

about an hour' later the change

over to 60-cycle current will be
made: -v

The" amount of frequency-sensit

ive equipment in the administra

tion buuding requiring conversion

or replacement is not extensive.

The nnncipai macninery is re

frigerating equipment in the base-,

ment luncn room ana priming

machinery in the Reproduction

Unit of the Printing Plant, also

located In the basement.

The- administration buildinr un

derwent Dartial conversion some

time ago wnen tne teiepnone ex
change was converted.

There is a considerable amount

of tabulating equipment and elec
trie typewriters used at the ad

ministration building.

The conversion of this equip

ment has been done, or is being

done.' bv the manufacturer s re

presentatives. It is scheduled to oe

DacK reaay iw one'-anon wnen ui ui-fices
fices ui-fices workers return to duty next

Monday mormng.

, Many offices in the building WiB
be without electric fans after the

conversion. Tne condition results
from top-level policy of m a n y

years ago,
For many ytart ma use ef
, electric fans In iht building was
nat Mrmittad.

About ten years ago the policy
sit relaxed somewhat but of?

ficials still kept pretty tight reins

On Which offices could eet mas

and such procedure reauired the

personal approval of the Lieute

nant. Qovernoir.

xnere.was a general let-down in
these policy matters not Ions after

wards but by that time 25-cycle
fans were too expensive and too
hard to get. After the power con

version program staned a consi

derable stock of 25-cycle fans
Was SOOn accumulated. Tn nrnviri-

de a modicrum of comfrot for

many office workers who had lnni

sweltered" out tropical temperatur temperatures,
es, temperatures, the excess fans were farmed
out on request with th nnrfpr.

standing that they would not be
converted.

The result of these cha

jolicy was that the administration
building today was a well-aired

Duiiaing. However, none of the

many 25-cycle fans issued from the

eoDversion pool wiu be replaced

All offices equipped with fans
Issued under the elder and strict
er policy will get new fans.
These are marked with small
metal tags affixed, two or three
years ago during the property
evaluation program.

Employes in offices with uinb

fans will again become the elite

me administration buildine. t

condition which will be Derman

ently ended in the next few months

when air conditioning comes to

the entire building which has

served at the Canal s administra
tive headquarters since 1914.

Vatican city;, Oct. 10

(UPD In his last will and tes4

tament Pope Plus XII humbl
begged forgiveness for any per personal
sonal personal "deflciencias shortcomings
and mistakes" during his histo historic
ric historic reign as supreme Pontiff of
the Roman Catholic Church.
The testament released by the
Vatican today movingly showed
the deep humility of one of the
great Popes in the 2,000 year old

history of the church.

He asked that no monuments

be erected in his memory, and

he left all he had to the church.

The Pontiff's last testament

opens with the Latin words "mi "miserere
serere "miserere mei deus, secundum

(magnam) misericordlam tuam"

have mercy for me, oh God,

according to your great mercy.

These words wmcn L know

ing myself to be unworthy and,

inadequate, pronounced wnen l
accepted with trepidation my

election as supreme Pontiff, I

now repeat with much greater

justification since the realiza realization
tion realization of the deficiencies, short shortcomings
comings shortcomings and mistakes commit

ted during such a long pontifi

cate and in such a grave era has

made my shortcomings and un
worthiness clearer to my mlnd.

"I humbly ask pardon of aujti-tr

those I may have offended,
harmed or. scandalized with

j- peg xnose wun wnnm me mi,,.

4er- irests; "net to busy "them-t
'selves or te worry about erect-

jlng any" monument to my

memory, it is enoujn mai my,
poor mortal remains be laid to
rest simply in a sacred place
which will be the more, grati gratifying
fying gratifying (to me y the more it is
obscure.
"I do not need to, ; ask for
prayers for my soul. I know how
numerous are those prayers
which the usual stipulations of
the Apostolic See and the piety
of the faithful offer for every
dead Pope. .-
"I do not' evenfneed to leave
a 'spiritual :- testimony' as so

many zealous prelates are lau laudably
dably laudably wont to do, because the
many documents and speeches
uttered by me' in connection

with the requirements of my of office,
fice, office, are., -sufficient to ;make

known, to aH? those who per

chance may wisn to Know, my

thoughts on various religious
and moral questions.

."Having said this, I name as

my universal heir the Holy A A-postolic
postolic A-postolic See, from which I have
received so much, as if from a

very loving mother.

"Pius PR XII.
The will was4, published In the

Vatican City newspaper LOs LOs-servatore
servatore LOs-servatore Romano. It was dated
May 15, 1956.

Pius' Remains
Return To Rome

In Plain Coffin

. ROME, Dcf. TO (UPI) Pope Pius XII, the first Roman
in two centuries to become Supreme Pontiff of the Roman
Catholic Church, returned in death today to the Eternal

ury.

His body was carried in a plain wooden coffin in a

glass-walled hearse from his summer villa at Castel Gan-

dolto, where he died at 3:52 a.m. yesterday, in solemn
cortege through the bright sunlit Italian countryside for

nnai nonors in rnis city wnere he was born 82 years ago.
The cortege left Castel Gandolfo at 2:28 p.m. and
covered the 15 miles"northward td Rome in sliahrlv lest

than an hour.

Thousands, sad-faced, watched the departure frorrt
Castel Gandolfo; Other thousands lined the ancient route
into Rome, which was traveled with a minimum of for formality.
mality. formality. i

As the Pnne'sf'hodv beean the! Wit on ui -i.i :i ....

last trip to the" city, he defend- nudity, of the church l th rnf-

CU-WiUUl Wivu aw yo Miuwvy,! iiM -HW' ntTfTT T,

-anftmrfcRim'tf.atMner' was taken from tn- wiT

t ,r .-rlcctTi? his successor iplacpd on. a' liftPr and c- --i
thu -2i;:'d T'ore- s-l-'was nrtiipr-HnRirt th- V r ' s

at to' stt a

TASS REP. EXPELLED

BANGKOK. Thailand (UPI)

Yuri Tiushin, correspondent for

the Soviet news agency, Tass,

has blamed persons opposed to

increasingly better Thai So

viet relations for The Thai gov

ernment:: expulsion order against

him and his colleagues. Trushin

was arrested Tuesday and will be
deported as an undesirable alien.
Khairulla M. Shalkharov, a Soviet
Embassy attache, was ordered
expelled Monday. Police sources
said the government had definite
roof that the two Russians had

been engaged in subversive actiyi-

les against the government.

elate tor i.e conclave thatiVAll

The Cardinals today named

Msgr, Federico Callori Dl Vlg Vlg-nale
nale Vlg-nale as governor of the con consistory.
sistory. consistory. He will handle the se

curity i arrangements lor the
rite, one of the most secret of

he church. Benedetto cardinal

Alolsi Masella, elected yesterday
as Camerlengo (chamberlain)

of the Church, formally took

over his duties today.

Fourteen Cardinals were on

hand including Francis Cardi

nal Spellman of New York who

left his homeward hound ship

in the Azores and flew to
Rome. He paid a midnight visit
to Castel Gandolfo to pray be beside
side beside the Pope's bier.
The body of the Pope was
clad today in, the rich robes
of his office a white silken
gown called the alb, a trail trailing
ing trailing scarlet cassock topped by

.an overmantle of. white lace
find a cap; of scarlet trim trim-meu
meu trim-meu ,withJsnovhfteermine.
5;:0:-h&ta3fr'taii white
bishop's mitoehedged with gold.

Starlet gold-embroidered gloves
adorned his hands and on his

:eei were son scanei suyyeis.
He, will lie In state in these
clothes on a 'catafalque before

the great ltar in St. Peter's,

Preceded :,fcv two cars one

containing police and the other

two4 priests?; carrying crucifixes

.rthe jieaxsefiand us roiiowmg

10-car .cortege drove into the

ancient city of Rome through

the south gate of St. John at

V.26 p.m.

A crowd of 100,000 stood in

.iUence around the great square

in front, of the vast Basilica or
St. John in Lateran.

As the cortege swung up in
front of the church, an honor
guard of men of the Italian
armed forces and the Rome
municipal police presented
arms. Only the slapping
sound of their' rifles could be
heard.

ocuijin ., luc .wa who L 1 H.

eaafepeOite. on his""

vcicmuiua; ,geswitoriai: chair, V
Theiffreat BturiHM-i'M A

jammed with the high anrf lpw, V 4
representative rJT'

- vi viic wuiiu a
governments, Cardinals of the '
Roman Church, dignitaries an
the ordinary people of Rome
Lpyal Parakeet

Gave Canal Zone
Burglars The Bird
c .
4 Paraet is better than a dog
for burglar-protection think Mr,
ini Mr?. C. B. M. n.,-. ti

5729-A Sibert Street, Diablo.

rveanesoay their parakeet at.
flj hll!Tglar an "wakened
them Snd the man scared off be.
thing tome .to steal any.
The Mc Ivaines were awakened
at about l a.m. yesterday ,by-th
funous jicreeching of their W
keet whicn is not caged but free
to fly around in their auaKers; ';
thThKy Sflw two men rui"?ing :6rii

,..v aim mc uvaine nred

imu waunnR snois

tne men ran into

m tne air as

a Rwlmn ..

Police werp esllprf immuii.i.i.

and started a search of the swamp.
a1 ?; 0 ? m- Police s&-
A Mirchuck flushed one of the
men, Mercedes Menchaca, out of

some nign grass. Menchaca stoo

ped and surrendered after warn
ing shots had been fired.
When he was back to the quart
ers for police to reconstruct the
burglary, the parakee once again
screeched and flew at the man's
head He has been charged wi'h
entering the quarters with intent
head.
Yesterday in Balboa Magistrates
Court Menchaca was commited fot
trial at U. S. District Court on I
burglary charge. Judge' John ES.

Demmg set bail at S500.

Modden Farmer

Shoots Himself

Through; Mouth

A Madden Lake farmer conv-

mltted. suicide yesterday by
shooting himself in the mouth

with a1 shoteun. the trigger of

which i was rigged to a string

operated by his big toe.

K- The. man was Raiaei uon'
zalez. 48. Panamanian, of Que'

brada Oscura. A deputation or
National Guard .and Canal

Zone Police s had to visit the

place .! where the body was
found In order to determine on

which side of the border he

had killed himself. ,a

h, amm mk i I 1 f.Hl.rfli' -Svjwiski1 i Sx'-oaV.-., w,.- hX'i -i

NEWBORN XIOMARA tAM shares the spotlight with her mother. Mrs. Digna Moreno Lam.
after being presented a basket of new clothes and babv gifts from a delegation representing
young married couples of the Chinese colony. Little Xiomara, who weighed six pounds. 14
ounces, at her birth, arrived at Santo Tomas Hospital lust after midnight today, thus becom becoming
ing becoming thtf first child born there on this anniversary of the founding of the Republic of China.
Mrs. Edward Lowe, chairman, and Mrs. Pedro Fonseca, co-chairman for the Chinese group.

made the arrangements for the gifts and presentation.

New Radiologist

For Coco Solo
Arrives On Zone

Cant. Qtientin H. 'Lehmann. of,
the United States; Air Force Medi

pp' Corps, arrived on the Isthtnu
this week and has, been as"gnp

radioloist at Coco Solo HosnU

tal, according to an announcement
by th Health Bureau.

' A 195B graduate of. Washington
University in St'. Louis. Mo., CRpt.'.
Lehmann served his infetshiw in
inomoi TiP(Hcine TA radiology at
Barnes Hospital in St. Lou's.
This Is Lehmann's first military
assignment. A-member of the Ait
Force Reserve, he waS, called "t
active duty following the comply
tion of his internshie.iy,
tehmann is a native of Liberty
ville. 111. He was accompanied on
the trip to the. Canal Zone W iis
wife and 'infant daughter, Anita,

ana xney sre now living ai trance
Field, .A t
' lA';::''"f!i:;i'.;6'f.i''fl '"v":, : '.



5 vTH E iPANAM A -AMERICAN

The Line Is Drawn
Labor News
And
Comments.
lijD.'

m m m

mmm

aavailaMM l!ujMW NOUNKVCU. HIM
, . MAKMOOtO AMU, WWi
;" ,!) r
Mntm. w avTt to 00"
M.mtiiTm in evwri. t t40

Iw1erry.Go-Rou;:d

TMIS' iS TOUR fOtUM THt ttAPfti OWN COtUMM

. a.. ...4an af The n" Amfl.
TV. U.a In hi mm taraia H iHei

.., b. lmpati.H if

. -a. lfttW

It in cmmnvvrm m w ;

i J ....

fwwnriry v

This wMP """

xpraut ia lHr rwa raaian.

1HE MAIL BOX

NO PEACE
Should man force this issue hell be

w mn crush you as a man juu' ,.

B'ahar. it selfishly there')! always ?

hp trouble.

God gave his only son

What has man
Brothers.

11V son.
given: misery among ms

Albert Ward.

JUSTICE IN CENTRAL EXCHANGE OFFICE

Sir.

. j iiTx.i1 pairs'1 who may

an that other Panamanians ana h,t'tiTnl of

find themselves in the same nPXEichanKe r Officer, a
justice to expect from the Central pom Us
in ih :nited States Army, i am rivuik

-r rtwrin. that you will Kive.it space in you.

ui i,iy wow r

, you v.". :"--- arf. and go

tK.t. t.hore will be no misunaemanaia ';nn1

that I Can, ll IJCtcoaaiy

-i, -n.nt.-n and documentary proof

can, II necessary.--" my cedula num.

nf mw Kt.atemenis. l sign .v i"" ."v "-..,. n,. u -nt

1. JI:.r fnr nhvious reasons I wouia raui M-

b. disclosed I in the vMJ1 the Army post

Aiwr i yeais. "'""Vth. isthmus I was promised to trie
exchanees on both sides of the isinmus i w m hr.ncries.

5;ue5 arirf it. branches,

$9'00?n v..0. .vrhanees were and still are under the super-

S inoe denaXe
Xted Nevertheless, an investigation was held bpard wmcn
eftp. a lenethv hearine found that a shortage, of some $U00
. .fQ? it fiirth.f fmind "that tfcere h no .evidence in.-tbe, record
Sf Sifencen fraud" or dishontv flii tha .part t"0"
X JKSJ! Fori Bavi, lExchariwt tbat th vrt-

CvTmie Otllcer is respbasJble for -o-J
Inventwv anrt audit of Exchanne accounts d?a j
pain the Central Exchange Officer's '"""wl Ier
other findings which clearly and plainly, placed the blame on
the Central Post Exchange Officer because of his failure to
TtU SSoundThat I was not negligent and
ed that I be relieved of any pecuniary liability because the mat mat-s
s mat-s were clearly the duty of the Central Echange officer to
observe and the recommendation was made that I be tmtm
the period of my suspension without pay and that I be reinstat reinstated
ed reinstated Inthe Exchange Service in other than a managerial position.
, True! that I had been found negligent by a previous ..board.
bM I contend and can prove that the findings were based on
nSsleading statements that were made by the Central Exchange
Officer Now justice (?) begins to operate. Despite the recom recom-Sdation
Sdation recom-Sdation of the board that I be reinstated; my back wages
Sd an I be restored in some position other tn manager,
the Central Exchange Officer who constituted h mself prose prosecutor,
cutor, prosecutor, jury and judge, summarily dismissed me stating that I
cduld' appeal. ';...Btin

' To my surprise in anempuiig i"
oiki the board to represent me on an appeal. I found reluctance

seirtative. Much to my surprise the Central Exchange Officer
appointed as his representative on the board.,, the auditor who
uV. j ,.ifi.j o. itn oCTQinct m. in mv nrevlous trial and

JmU. -.Vine, t.itlmnnv aaninqt, m. the HTevlOUS DOard found

that 1 was not negligent or in any way culriabl!;How could this

member of the Board vote? He naa tesT,iiiea.:againj;ic
testimonv was not accepted: he owes his lob to the Central. Ex Exchange
change Exchange Officer and certainly had to vote to sustaitt the per per-.wntn.
.wntn. per-.wntn. Kn nt iemiv:Bi Tnntdent.flllv. I mlsht, staxe that my

appeal was not from the decision of the board, but rather from

the unwarranted and unjusunea dismissal Dy tnc wuui a
tfHarifr Offir.r

What decision could I expect? Again to mv surprise, after
a inno wait th. d.rislon of the board was made known to me

by the Central Exchange Officer who it seems was the one who
reviewed the findings. ,
Sine the present Central Exchange Officer-took over, a lare
number of Panamanian and "Local Raters" have been discharged
nr removed for romp reason or other and replaced by U.S. rate

embloies. Tt is said that the present trend of the Army is toword
economv, but not in the Central Exchange Office where the
policy eem to be to get rid of Panamanian and "Local Raters"
(regardless of their term of service or excellence) by hook or
crook and renlsce t'-iern bv more expensive U.S. raters.

I am ma kin? a further Popeal to hleher authorities. If vou

are InterostM and desire further material. I shall be very glad

to furnish It.
Aggrieved Employe.

B VICTOR RUSEL i
A livel; and wealthy Tcorpie,"
inueeu, is tue revived Communist
Party of Amerl which is now
under orders io move many w
i i "sleepers" from thev "under "underground"
ground" "underground" oito the open in unions
and cultural outfits.
Some of us best brains have ap applied
plied applied for passports and soon will
oe heading lor Moscow. After a
series of conferences there, you
can expect them to return for
he launching of a broad counter counter-oflensive
oflensive counter-oflensive along "popular front
lines. They hope they can pick up
some of the strength they had m
the Thirties using this tactic.
Among those going are George
Morris, labor editor of "The Work Worker
er Worker long believed to have power powerful
ful powerful influence in Communis' labor
ranks; Alexander Trachtenberg.
the Party's book publishing and
distribution experl; Vv J. Jerome,
the "cul ural" commissar of the
Thirties, who helped direct the in invasion
vasion invasion of Hollywood; Paul Novick
and James Jackson, Communist
functionaries; and the brilliant ex ex-labor
labor ex-labor lawyer. John Ab who has
been the Communist Party attor-

Passpor.s will probably be grant

ed them shortly, me icuuvvs
veling are virtually packed now
ready for flieht q Moscow later
in October, Most of them will be
w:f diiH fin. some bnetlng :n

return-right through the first of
the year, i'neir plans call for stay staying
ing staying on for the 2st Congress of he
Russian Communis Party-alrea-dy
being discussed in Party circles
as "cataclysmic." During its ses sessions,
sions, sessions, Premier Khrushchev is ex ex-n.P
n.P ex-n.P ) m nurp. all remaining op

position in all Comunist Prties a-
ha world

lnfm-moH rirples believe that

...u..... miVei nr. th American

fraternal observers, will then speed

hark to he U.S. witn siraiegy iui

the great revival.
The-e is a not insignificant sec section
tion section of observers who believe j
that the Party is dead and that
no amount of briefing can revive
it To hese observers, the pom
must be made that the Communist
Party has soent hundreds of thou thousands
sands thousands of dollars in the past eight
years defending i s leeahty. This
i has done successfully.
The law banning the Party and
demanding that its members re register,
gister, register, as foreign agents do, was

first passed in 1950. This law cal called
led called for hearings before the Sub Subversive
versive Subversive Actitivities Control Board.
This five-man panel in a 14-mon hs
hearingv ruled .hat the Party was
subversive and, therefore, illegal.
The Commmvst Party, counsel counselled
led counselled by John Ab then took the
case to the Supreme Court. The
hi oh h.nph ruled that it would not

tttti-thi cas .because! it believed
that some, of the evidence -fa,
tainted. This referred to the. Jong

sieee on the witness chair ot me

'iquixotic Harvey aiatusuw, uuw
in Federal ja 1. The Subversive

fce'rvues Control Board started

all over again. Finally last August

it reiteirated its ongianai iuiuing.

the Communist Parly objected.

The Board chairman, rrancis uie
rv reiected the aDDeal. The Com-

mumst party nen aemanaea inai

the ent r. five-man brara sit ana

decide. This will happen on Oct,

15.

Then the Communists can carry

theii- appeal to the District Cour.

of AoDea Is in wasningion, u.

and finallv to the Supreme Court.

This is expected to take another

two years, thus it wm nave lanen
a decade and hundreds of thou thousands
sands thousands of dollars to decide if the

Partv adheres to Moscow. Talk

ahnut dun nrocess!

There aDDarently are hundreds

of thousands of additional dollars

in Partv tin boxes. The Commun

ists plan to turn daily newsspaper

ino a dally again, aimougn mey

still owe the Treasury Dept. some
money. They plan to revive their
national labor committee.

It ,i a crirn fac 'that 1 he party

is s rone in key transportation and

industrial centers. It hs influen influential
tial influential cadres on the Atlantic and
Pacific waterfronts. I' has infil infiltrated
trated infiltrated the trucking field.

1. is active, through some oi

its toughest cadres, in some meat
packing centers despi'e a little

publicized ngni now Deing aueci aueci-ed
ed aueci-ed at the leftwingers by Ralph

Helste n. nresiden' of the Packing

house Workers Union. In the past
yer, the Partyxoncentrated on

the electronic industry. Ann now

there are reports that i win seeK
to infiltrate the chemical labs and

producing units.
They have stripped the Party
down to the hard corps (sic.) This

will be the revival of their fittest.

inn. ... ..:- 4i .j. "jw.,

In Ain't Goldilocks
By BOB RUARK

WASiaXGTON Bearing' proof
of themr prowess as big-game hunt hunters,
ers, hunters, five Air Force brass hats re recently
cently recently flew back from an "official"
trip into the northern wilds "with
enough moose' meat to feed much
of the Pentagon. r 1
They bagged five large' moose.

loaded them into an A F plane

and flew them from Harmon Field,
Newfoundland, to Boiling Field,
Washington. Then gove r a m e n t
trucks picked up the meat and
delivered it to refrigerators.,
. The expediton was led by Maj.

Gen. M. A- Preston, director of

Ait Force Operations, who was ac

companied by Col. G. H.; Fulcher,
Col. W. A. Lansford, and Maj. H.
E. Howard from his" office. Thev

first wenr to Alaska, were joined
in Newfoundland by Maj. Gen.
Mark. Bradley, ;.
Preston's party stopped in New-

tounaiand at the end of a 10-day
inspection trip of Arctic defense in in-stafla
stafla in-stafla ions-.',-, t
They flew in a C-130,- a fast but
not fancy cargo plane, which Preston-ordered
brought up from Se
wai.-t" Field near Nashville, Tenn.,
forftli3 hunting junket.
The plane crew bolted down some
armchairs and tables to make' the
rip more comfortable for the general,-,,
.;, ,; ., V.
In Alaska; Preston started to take
a day off to go fishing. He loaded
his fishing Bear aboard tha nlan.

and ordered it to fly to King Sal Salmon,
mon, Salmon, a small airstrip in Alaska's

suum west corner. .. k
Howeveri the Seneral

lisfied with fishing conditions and
spent the day inspecting a near-by

The time, the nlan. tnn.h.

ed gr-und at Barmon Field, Pres.

wn wjs aressea in nis hunting togs
and ready for aerinn. An utinhi.

Lbious nlanic. No, 012 iva ,aitin

fto fly "his party 35 miles Into the

Sir:

CAT, CARRYING BAG SOUGHT

Does anvone have a tame cat and a carrying bag they would

Tnp Theatre Guild,, which is producing "The Diary of Anne

Frank" H nepd of the services of a docile feline which appears

brief! in the play.
Th. rat and batr would be used from Oct. 27 to Nov. 1.

T? vou'hovf rame. and if thev will travel, please ron in at

the Ancon Workshop any night In the week for n auction.
v. ..I-, Guild Player.

KODIAK ISLAND. Alaska

Having sped my cowardly com companions
panions companions mi their way, smelling as
ushy as their excuses for not
going bear hunting, your hero
proceedeii id this oldest of Alask

an esraoiisnea towns, to see u ue
couldn't get even wi.h Ursus Mid Mid-dendorfi
dendorfi Mid-dendorfi what the whole snide
tribe did U Goldilocks.

In short our hero was going to

test lite old saw about grabbing
a bear by ihe tail. He was some

what dismayed to' discover that
bears do not have tails, thereby

shattering another tenderly held

legend.

' Kodiak Island, it says here m

the gu dp book contains about 500

square miles, and has about 3000
people not counting military
on it. This is approximately two

people for each bear, and does not
seem quite fair to the people,
since a mature Kodiak bear, .can

weigh up to 1300 pounds and, has
all the percentage going for him
when you start counting claws

and teeth not to men ion heft.

Madsen has been hunting least introduce you to one social- woodso a hunting camp. It was

Mr.

bears so Iolc he nas begun to iook

like one, ana I would not care to
oet too heavily on the bear if it
came to rough and tumble.
When I saw Mr. Madsen 1 feU
better, i like my nursemaids bur burly.
ly. burly. Mr. Mad?en turned me over to
a r a then vibrant cocktail pary

they must d.g gold or hunt for oil',""".?..;"0" "LTISZIa

someumc in this large plot-, and b 4 0 naJ y filhlng
then placed the remains in his runig
airplane for conveyance to Bears-j K
VTher.e I met my; assistant nurrie!for JTtfti
a happy amalgam of Aleut and nTnCes ire we wouW not see
Russian named Nick. Malutin ahi tearge since thev

who also looks like a near, Dut,-- .w n,,. th. hiph

ly, wliih-setms fair enough.

Beweed Nick and( AM, some
1200 b uins have been rendered in into
to into rugs in an approximate total
of 75 yeaif oi bear gathering.
Nick shot bis first when he was
12, Alf when he was 14. Nick work worked
ed worked for many years for Alf's father

before M arisen. Senior, one uiar

slightly smaller than Mr. Madsen.

Uncle f'icolai Is un charge of
cunnin.7 soft citv clients over

from1 ati ackintr 'he 'bruins bare

handed. Mr. Madsen has 1 one1

plane en? 38-foot cruiser, one 33 33-foot
foot 33-foot shallow draft curisier, several

; cabins and eight guides. It is ail

hills in the enormously tall grass

I stifled a chortle ot deugn.

"But maybe we get you a mue
beaxtvby gummy," he said.
lit? ,- tr 1 SW .'

Th?re has been a feud going on in he local igloos that if Mfsen

here lately between the people

who IWe by the moo aw the peo

ple who live by the sword.

The cattle growers point out that

hears are nst" brut, iron to

fancy r?re sirloin over nuts, ber berries,
ries, berries, fish and other, smaller bears.

Tup oufies pvx shop'-eeoe1"5 r"l
victuahe-s point out that nobody
ever heard of Kodiak as a caitle

center.
"If it wasn't for bears the island

could 'nk r.H noVin''''''' tio1" rr

care. Yet these unfeeling cow cowhands
hands cowhands want to declare our bears
ver"1 n and clean '"m n--, iist
so they can run more cattle. They
don't realize I hat these bears
hring Y minimum of a 'hundred
thousand bucks a year to this
Russian outpost." He cast down
his eyes. "Of which, I. of course,
reap a very small percentage."
I was dragged kicking off the
plane, after a stop at a place rath rather
er rather amly named "Homer," by a
Mr. V.f Madsen. who is the admit admitted
ted admitted boss ol the bears in v these
parts. v

can't gei you. a bear, he will at

Excellent opportunity r assistant in
operational and statistical analysis, finan financial
cial financial planning, budgeting and cash control
for ambitious young Panamanian in man management
agement management consultants firm. Will train.
Please submit complete information as
to education and business .background to together
gether together with photographs to Apartado
4234, Panama, R. P.

1

here hat Bradley joined the group.

mine me Drass nats hunted, the
C-130 crew sat around Harmon Air

Force Ease drawing extra per deim

W I..''..'..
After each officer had shot

mooe, the party returned from the
woods, spread brown paper on the

noor i we c-130 and loaded the
carcasses aboard. t
The in'repid hunters and friends
will eit the moose meat, hut the
American taxpayers will pay the

UUl.
YEAR AFTER SPUTNIK

year aner soviet science
knocksj the first home run into

"How, big is a little bear?" I
asked. ,
" .'Bout, nine, feet Ions hv mih

ly". lie ,sj(J, and my face fell. ,Jt

seems iu me a nine-foot bear is
only twj f-e' shorter than a re record,
cord, record, clflss, by golly (he's got me
doing it, by gully), but, as every every-body
body every-body knows, good little man can

aiways uck a good big man.

i.t new. iiMiinm re"iien me
with horror stories ahout hear

un'il bed Ume. and I went tn h.d

witn my rme tightly clutched to

my ore.ist. Maybe a rifle leaves
something to be desired 9 frVtm.

ae, but my name ain't Goldilocks.
COMPANY BOUT
NEW YORK (UPI)-The One
William Street Fund Ine an.

nounced yesterday it ha ac

quired ine asse's of Louetta In Investment
vestment Investment Co., a Missour5 personal
holding firm. Louetta sharehnld:

ers received 110.252 shares of One

muiam street snares in exchange
for asSol3 of approximately .11,.

300,000.

ou.er ipace. the Pentagon, has in in-formation
formation in-formation ihat Russia wiT as.ound
the wurld once again by shooinf -a
man into orbit and bringing him
back alive. .'. ." . .'
- Air- Force'-technical Intelligence
hasTeported that Russia possesses
both the tcckfet power and the nun nun-carryingTSputniks
carryingTSputniks nun-carryingTSputniks necessary to per.-fo-m.
this brea htakiag feat. The
aamewarning adds glumly: "The

is a'ies won 1 De bIe to du-
plicate this for, jrear or probably
longer-. u ; ,
The Russians' have converted a
couple of giant Sputniks into vir v
tual spaceships which will keep a 3
man 'alive while whirling' around a
the porld. ( '-

v Ihe3e hputmks-shins ran w

guided bad to earth thrnWh twl

heavy atmosphere without either

uouuxia up or irying the -man in in-side.
side. in-side. 1 ,"

This is what Fealista In 1h. P.-l

tagoij figure,- Rus ia. his up her
sleeve one year after she" sent tha
fir.. Sputnik; beeping across the

urn,
. Me.r.whiU!. U. S. miU'ary scient.
ists nee working franticalv tn i.i.

up.- Both the Army and Air w

are working on rocket engines ca s
pable of generating .OOO.OOO
pounds thrust, the power necessa

ry 10 launcn a, satellite the size or
Russia's 3,000-pound Sputniks, But,
at the earliest, these won't be op'
erational for another year.
Manwhile the Pentagon

uig-other space projects to count-

act ine psychological impact of
anticipated Soviet achievements.
Here are some of them: r

i. ine Air orce will try again,
this month to send a rocket boom'
eranging arcUnd the moon infra.

red camet; s will pho ograph' the

...yvu a uuarcii oiue .ana trasmit
the piciOres back to earth by coded
signal?. (The Army won't be ready
to launch its, furst moon rocket until
January.;
h2.- v??Ar F0rce wi oU 'out
the X-J5-half plane and half space.
ship-jn Oc,. 15. Later it witi be
hauled aloft in the belly of a modi
tied B-52 bomber- and turned loose
for suparsonic flights on the fringei
of space .,'
North American Aviation, the ma- -nufacturer,
,Vill make several tesi
flights before the X-15 is turned
to Uncle Sum. Even ualiv th. a ,.

Force hopes to send a pilot into
orbit by adding rocket .boosters 'o
the X-15. ...
As technological triumphs, these
projects will not match a- manned
Sp;nik., but they may succeed in
competiDg for the world spotlight.
Meanwhile; the Air Force is de
signing larger satellites Which can
be boosted ir.te orbit by its great
Atlas mtercunstinen'al missile.
- By i860, the Air Force hopes to
put up a 3,000-pound satellite, -car.
rymg 400 pounds o scientific e
quipment, .like those the Russians -have
already .launched.
But by. thenr .the Russians will
have gone on to still greater
triumphs.. The only possible way .,
the United States will, ever catch
up is to order a crash program. '.
Note One reason for the Soviet
lead is that Americans are still

more excited over, the baseballs
Mickey Mantle knocks into the

grandstand than the metal balls
scientists bat into space: Some, of
the oraer reasons are described in
a forthcom-ng new book, "U.S.A.
Second Class Power?" based on
facts exposed in tMs column.'.'

PANAMA AMERICAN

Slim Strjpper Sues

Doc For Leaving
Scar On Belly
PARIS (UPI) Strip teaser
Sophia Silver. 31, is suing a plastic
surgeon for $23,800 on the ground
that hs left such a big scar when
he removed a roll of fat off her
waisi, that she must now weair an
abdominal Veil.

The veil, her lawyer Rene Flirot
told the court, has reduced her
appeal considerably to the hard hardbitten
bitten hardbitten night club owners of Pigalle
the Scar can be seen by cus customer
tomer customer in the back row.

Miss Silver, Whose real name is

Mrs. Mia Garbaccion, said she

was operated on by Dr. J. Boivin
in June 195A and was lef. with a

scar running tlx inches downward
from the nave).
Boivin'i lawyer said Miss Silver

bad been fully employed since the

operation and mat it coma not
have epoiltd her looks.

The First civil Chamber of the
Seine was expected to girind out i
ludgment In two Weeks.

S CAH MIL WUR JSEEDS!

For the Best
in news and entertainment
HOG-YCN
840 PANAMA 1090 COLON

Cultured Pearl Special!
Cultured pearl special. Remarkable
values made possible by a very
special purchase. Fine quality lus lustrous
trous lustrous cultured pearls in hecMdcesf
earrings, brooches, rings and brace

lets. Hurry to see this fine collec collection,
tion, collection, Buying at CASA fASTLlCH
means: You can win a Diamond on
December 21.

NOW! 2 Weekly Flights
ONLY ISON-STOP DAY FLIGHT
Constellation .&mce

TO

1 1 i

eefeHleh

0NLV

; HOURS

Connectlena in Mexico for all of North America.

C1NTRAL AMERICA'S
LEADING JEWELLERS

Across from the Chase Manhattan Bank ; ; k I

i,,.,fs;,!f,;'V'i

' 'eMaaaaaajaaam'
aaaaavV

GUEST AtROVUiS uEXICQ.SA

2mm&m

i it

CONSULT IOUR TRAVEL 'AGtN'T

TELS., 3-1057. A 3-1697 ,'



FRIDAY, OCTORIR. Itv Ml

TUX fAJUMA AMUUCAM AX IDTNDJLNT PAIL MCVVgjrArKft

7"

1

She's Sweet Sue
-Can't Escape

f

L

I 1

MERC MISSION A q- piloted by Capt aM-
chey set down at Albrook Air Force Base at 26 yesterday
&;ternoon, completing a mercy mission trom David, Ahat
broughjlj month-old Ann Butler to the Canal Zone Jor treat treatment
ment treatment It Qorgas Hospital. The child har had a higft tem tem-Serature4or
Serature4or tem-Serature4or several weeks. SBe dldnVrespond to local treat treat-ment
ment treat-ment A Is the daughter of American Me&odlst mlsisonary
minister and -Mrs. -Charles Butler SSAJSt
the flight. Ma, .Paul Musgrave hands the sick chUd to Capt.
Ruth S. Evans for- transfer to an Air Force ambiance. Maj.
Sn ssd Capt Evans of the 5700th USAF Dispensary as as-ffi
ffi as-ffi ta caring for the child on
toe plaru were pilot, Capt. Francis M. Witchey copilot lstt.
David A. Robmette, crew chief, A3C Gerald D. Sines, and
radioman, A1C John W. Hays (Official USAF Photo)

vtrw vnWK MIA) Perhaps

tt's inevitable that "nS"."

name Is sue geis suic wiw
billing "Sweet Sue." And that, says
Sue Evans, making a small face,
is the only thing she doesn't like

about her first aiDum, a vw-
lease they've ealled-ugh-"Sweet
Sue Evans." a
"It was supposed to be intro introducing
ducing introducing Sue Evans, she says,

'but tney cnangea 11 me
tory, I guess. Isn't it awful?'
' T .. 11.1... lit,, .tuitv.

sn anp. noun uuuko u&c

ing Afro-Cuban dancing and pos pos-int
int pos-int fnr cheesecake pictures she s

snTntf to show them who's sweet,

AMn.ilv the adiective isn'r. far

mma Between her soft, thoaty

song styling and her harp which
she olays on the records, tooand

her very pretty face, there is' a

"sweet" quality w ner. Ana waia
meant as a compliment.

Sue's a Kelso, wasn., gin wnpae
mother is aharpist and would-be
Her father's a banker, who

wanted her to take up something

prosaic like hign nance. ana says
she had no head for : figures (al (although
though (although -the has a fine figure for
heads) so she was happy to follow
her mother's advice and study the

harp.

and "Witch Doctor' Dot's "Wind "Wind-jammer.
jammer. "Wind-jammer. City Style" has Red Nor

vo ana mi orcnettra swinging ue
music from that colorful film.

RCA is out with the first re

cording ttf Samuel Barber' new

opera, 'Vanessa, with the original

Metropolitan opera cast Eleanor

steber, Rosalind Ella. Nicolal Ge

at. biorgio roui and Keeina Res-

ma. Mitropouios conducts this high

ly interesting work, perhaps the

best opera yet written orignally in

ue isngiisn language.

Adams Sends Back
Controversial Rug

To Owner Goldfine

WASHINGTON (UFI) Boston

industrialist Bernard Goldfine is

about to get back the controversial

sz,50Q. oriental rug He loaned to

former Presidential Assistant Sher Sherman
man Sherman Adams. v

Rug specialist Mark Keshlshian

confirmed that Adams hsd him

pickup the rug to be cleaned and
shipped back to Goldfine.
Adams resigned aa ton White

House aide last month following
disclosures that he accepted gifts

from Goldfine. The exchange of

gifts was revealed during a con con-gressiwai
gressiwai con-gressiwai investigation,
Adams, who admitted he ac

cepted a vicuna coat and other
items, insisted that the rug was

not a gift but merely a load for

use during his stay in Washington

MOLLY

3&

J!iUJ

I A 1
J

M0VIK-7EUV1SIQN
by Erskint Johnson
NlA Staff CvrtipondtM'

Moon O-

HOLLYWOOD (NEA)

rer the Flag in Dixie.
What's in a movie title? U
raised the 'question the other day,
objecting to MGM changing the
title of its suspense thriller, "End
of the World," to "The World,
U" "'lesh and the Devil."
The new title, I thought had
the ooxouice appeal of the back back-Bide
Bide back-Bide of a handfall' court. I'm not
alone, Thfe director of the picture,
Ranald MacDougall, who nursed
the1 film' from its beginning, is
more than unhappy about tjie
rhaniK He's oiling 'up machine

"I ENJOYED your" mildly stat stated
ed stated astonishment at the change
of title. My own astonishment was
neither mild, per calmly stated.
But It awails me nothing. That is
the hew title of the picture. The
gales department has decreed it,
, 'largely as the result of a survey
taken in New York City, among a
if representative group of 47 congee congee-'
' congee-' ital' idiots who hold themselves m
complete readiness at any hour
of the nieht or day for the ex-

press purpose of telling- the mo movie
vie movie business what to do.
"The survey revealed with With Without
out Without exception none of the people
interviewed liked to contemplate
the possibility of the. world; end ending.
ing. ending. 'This came as news apparent apparently,
ly, apparently, and. all. the .panic buttons got
pushed. Result: "The World, the
Flesh and; he: DeVil. : ,

comes Mark Twain!'

are others. The mind
Mine does anyway.

There

boggles.

' "Why, I
made tiie

'DON'T know. I only
picture. I am now

sniping from the rear with great
gusto-?--- '': ,; fA-v"
''You might some day be mild mildly
ly mildly interested in exploring what a a-mounts
mounts a-mounts .to full grown fetish in
the movie business about titles.
I have been going through it now
for 15 years and it neveri fails to
amaze me. I, am also from-time
to time delighted nd amused by

it althouehWsUeh occasions: are

more likely : to be' when someone
ls; ttifferin: ;

"I chortled; infcmv beard) when

Moulin Rouge' got the 'Don't
pronounce it Just see it' sales

promotion treatment. One of my
all-time- favorites : will always be
'Out of the roaririg-West to you,

"IT MIGHT AMUSE you, to
know that every one of the 38 mo

tion pictures I have had; to do

with began with the flat statement
that the projected title was abso abso-luely
luely abso-luely no good and would have to

be changed instantly before you
chaps in the pressrooms of the
nation got wind of iWMUdred
Pierce,' The Hasty Heart,' 'June

Bride' ana Tne Waiced jungle'

all included. I put up a success

ful battle fi Nake1 Jtttgltf oa the
bask that it suggested sex. in

the form of : an unclothed' palm

tree-1 ."laugh hut in there some

wheret I ambleediug. My only
recourse down through the years

has been, in response to the, in

evitable" request for alternative

tities, to come up with one or

another of the following dandies

-" 'Landscape With Figures,'

story about people.. 'I'll Love

You Always, Beginning Today.'

(Fits any love story. Can be us

ed over and over again because

no one will remember it. ) Bi I

Story for Men. (Inspirational

yet aaucy.) Pro and Con.' , (For

the controversial ,.story: avoids

taking sides.)

"And finally the universal, all

purpose title, the title that has

everything:

MOON OVER THE .FLAG

IN DIXIE. WITH MOTHER, BA

BY, SWEETHEART AND YOU..

fine Evans

I

Merty Graft

YOUR FIRE WEEK HOMEWORK

Score Your Chances On A Fire
At Your Home

All Canal Zona school children (Grades 1 through ft) have

been required to fill out the following Questionnaire on fire haz

ards at home.

Children have been requested to ask their parents help.
This la a cooperative effort of the Canal zone schools with

the Canal Zone Fir Division in observance of Fire Prevention
Week, October -U.

Clip this questionnaire, fill it out, and give it to your

teacher. v

. HOUSEKEEPING HAZARDS
Yes No
Are storage areas kept clear of rubbish?
Are polishing rag disposed of or prop properly
erly properly stored
Are oil mops kept in safe, ventilated
containers or places?
Is gasoline or other flammable liquids
used for cleaning at home?
COOKING HAZARDS 1

FACES' TO REMEMBER These men will become familiar to personnel on Albrook AFB in
the next few weeks as they collect for the1 United Fund Drive set tor Oct. 13 to Nov. 1. Dona Donations
tions Donations will go to more than 17 worthy organization with Albrook's goal-to-shoot-for set a a-$7200
$7200 a-$7200 this year. Lt. Col. Harold J. Watters, (center bottom row) Commander of the 5700th
Support Squadron, has been chosen as this -years Area Project Officer. MSgt. Raphael J.
Amato, of the 776th USAF Band Squadron; MSgt. Ralph H. Butler, of the Airways and Com Communications
munications Communications Squadron MATS; MSgt. Miguel M. Serna, Hq. School for Latin America, USAF;
MSgt. Gerald E. Andrews, 5700th Operations Sq. SSgt. Sheldon B. Rude, Hq. 5700th Air Base
Group; John R. Duda, 5700th Air Base Group; TSgt. Jim J. Hagans, Det. 31, 8th Weather
Group: (seated left t right) 1st Lt. Earl W. Flaugher, 5700th USAF Dispensary; Capt. Albert
P. Vieira, Hq. Caribbean Air Command; Col. Watters, Capt. Zephirtn Brandibas, Jr., and
Duncan Laird, Jr., of.. the 5700th Materiel Sq. (Official USAF Photo)

HOW DO YOU become a mo

vie producer? weu. nere s one

way I'm sure has never has been
used before. A year ago Lou
Morheim, a young screenwirter,

saw a Japanese movie, "Tne Mag Magnificent.
nificent. Magnificent. Seven," about seven Sa Samurai
murai Samurai warriors protectxing a little
villas from a band of marauders.

Lou flipped over the plot and -tried

to interest someone 1010 remauung
it on a big scale as a Hollywood
Western No luck. ; So he .raised
some cash, bought the film and
then signed a deal with Yullryn Yullryn-ner
ner Yullryn-ner to co-prodUfce the movie with
Yul's .Alciona Prod.

She comnromised for a while

m.inHnt in ohilosonhv at Stand-

fnrHbut it was show business

mm

tht won out. She uvaoea x-

Virinuinff alone her harp and a

. l.lll TT

nueakv sonrano vwce. xonun-

tfliv she met Graham Prince, a

fine musician, wno is now nor uiu-

ager. Prince converted me aquemji
intn a nsrtieularlv nleasant sound,

and her nrst aioum is ooids tw;

There's still the harp. wmcn sne

uses in night clubs. It makes her

o.t nniioimi ami esoeciauv nice 10

innir t Yon might even can 11

sweet.

MGM' is building a new perform-

or rortain Mortv vraii. xue in

teresting thing about this is that
Craft "is one of MGM's A and

( Artists and Renertoire) direc

tors.-so he's pretty mucn on me

Inciil In thia eamoaign.

Hi. first album is a fascinating

and unusual effort, "Jaw in Black

Tie," in which Craft leads a tuu

through some t we au-me

fnn iarr mimh-ri. .The beat a still

yr J- -- -- t

there nut on too .mere ia a msn

sound, that gives it almost anew

dimension.

Rondo Records' boss, Eli Ober-

stein, has some provocative

thmiohta about stereo, which his

own company nas lumpea mio wm

both speakers:

"Stereo is here and you ean't

fieht it. Whv will it sell? WeU,

. 0 w m I 1

the guy- who Dougnt ni-n is not
necessarily a music lover. Hes .a

011V who wants to snow wnat a

genious tie is in ms own living room

by having sucn great sounu. ap
stereo comes along. Do you think

he'll let somebody else beat mm

nut.

"Stereo is Wetter because you re

picking up highs and lows on eacn
side of the groove, making a dis

tinctive sound. Regular records

sound better on stereo equipment

and stereo records are sensation

al."

1.

I.

I.

Is grease permitted to' accumulate on
stove? .,....;..
Is kerosene or other flammable liqujd .
ever used to start fires?
Are clothes kept away from heater in
dry eloset or dry locker?
Are curtains, towels an dother cloth or
combustible materials kept away from
stoves and other sources of heat?

Carib Command Chief Of Staff
Retiring Oct. 31 For Health

"V.

SPifflJM
1 Si.

1.

MATCHES AND CARELESS SMOKING

Are matches kept away from young chil children?
dren? children? ...............
Is every room equipped with non-combustible'
ash trays?
Do all members of the family make
aura cigarettes, matches, etc. are but be before
fore before disposing of tjhem?
Does anyone at 'your horn smoke in
bed? ...i
ELECTRICAL HAZARDS
' Art Qualified electricians, only, used for
, electrical wiring and repair work? ....
Are all electric. appliances properly test tested
ed tested lor fire, shock and safety?
Are there enough electrical outlets

at home?

4. Are multiple outlets used for appliances?

5. Do electric Irons ha metal stands? .
6. Are all extension cords kept out in the

open?
Score yourself as follows: Excellent All or majority "yes"
Good More than half "yes"; poor Less than half "yes."

(Name)

(Grade)

(School)

For the Best
in news and entertainment
HOG-YCN
840 PANAMA 1090 COLON

7

mm

mm

Here at headquarters for

PROTO quality hand

tools yoawill find all
types for all .uses-from
tiny screwdrivers to 'giant,
wrenches. And every one
is designed to give better,
safer.tlonger seryke: -Come'in
and let us helpyou,;
select the ohesyoivriced. .
. PROTd meant : ''
PRDfessiond

wont 4

n I:

iivuirs w i

riiiii r

. A I

. AND ATTACHMIplK II

I' WWNCMIS I II

j';2J2p' I
I 'Kriwdiiviis I 111

Eina nhprstnln is a ton man In

the record industry he introduced
jazz on commercial record labelf,
m the first man to seel records

in non-music store outlets uh arug

stores his opmion is wortn notn-

ing. And he's red hot for stereo.

Today.

TiTnt'S PICKS One of the

cutest songs in a long time is "The
Loundenboomer Bird," done well
by Rosemary CJooney (MGM) and
Max Bygraves (London). Others:
vm, will Find Your Love" ( Patti

Pane. Mercury): "The Hula Hoop

Sims" Georeia Gibbs. Roulette);

"Mama uuitar menaio .iuuc,

Capitol); V'With Your Love" (JacK
Scott. Carlton); "The House Next

Door" (Julie Joyce, "jjesignj

Tnm Tionlpv" fThe Kincston ino

Capitol) "Whispering urass voyi

Via Saynt, United Artists j;

TntProaHnP odds and ends on new

T.trinmenico Modueno is SO hot

there are too new amums Maturing
his pleasant voice and happy songs

n.... h vnM" ann

Athor. while Jubilee's "A Sicilian

in Paris" aas mm aoms ioi. obb
among Warner Bros, first releases
i fin twn-record set called The

rflxieland Story," which has Matty

MaUock and the Paducan trpi
winging through most, of the Dixie

atanHnrda KV Martin, on xvvn

jptm Goes the Swining March-

in' Hand." in which a marching

hand swines things like "Tequila

. V " V .'"

OIL AGREEMENT ANNOUNCED

HELSINKI. Finland (UPI)

Two forin oil companies oper operating
ating operating in Finland, Shell and Gulf,
haVe signed an agreement with
the Finnish government to pur

chase 450,000 tons 01 cruae ou

from Russia, lt was reported

this week. The agreement meant

the. companies would decrease
Western oil imports by a similar

amount.

'WELCOME V
W 60 Cycles
: : with o

AIR CONDITIONER

Immediate Free Zone Delivery
Best Prices Anywhere

Maj. Gen. Paul R. Weyrauch,
USA, Caribbean command Chief
of Staff, will retire for physical
reasons Oct. 31, after more than
32 years In uniform, the com command
mand command headquarters at Quarry
Heights announced today.
Weyrauch, who is returning to

the United States for retirement

In Washington, will leave the
Canal Zone Oct. 18 by military
aircraft accompanied by his wife
Margaret and son, Paul, 16.
A Joint honor guard ceremo

ny will be held at planeslde that

morning,, attended by Lt. Oen.
Rldgely Oalther, Commander in

Chief Caribbean, the component

commanders and personnel of

the joint staff, honoring the

General who has served as Chief

of Staff of the unified command

since last May.

The joint honor guard will
include personnel from the
Army, Navy and Air Force
components of the command,
the 776th Air Force Band and
Joint Color Guard carrying
the flags of the Caribbean
Command. As part of the time time-honored
honored time-honored military ceremony, a
13-gnn salute will be fired.
Weyrauch, who received his
promotion to major general last
August, has had a distinguished
Army career since entering the
United States Military Academy
at West Point in 1926. At West
Point the General was an out outstanding
standing outstanding : horseman winning
many trophies. He was also on
the Academy polo team.

Following In the footsteps of

his father, retired Brigadier
General Paul H. Weyrauch, who

was an artillery officer, the

General early in his career sel

ected artillery as his basic

branch and many of his assign

ments through the years have
been staff and command posi

tions in artillery units.
During World War II he serv

ed with distinction, winning the

Silver Star while with the U.S.

Sixth Army in the Southwest

Pacific.

In the years following the war,

the General served on the staff

of the Field Artillery School and
at Army Ground Forces head headquarters
quarters headquarters In Washington.-He was
on the observer staff for the a a-tomlc
tomlc a-tomlc tests at Bikini and later

was Instructor in plans and op

erations at the Armed Forces

Staff College.
He entered the National War
College In August 1949 and
graduated in June 1950. From
1950 until 1951 General Wey Weyrauch
rauch Weyrauch commanded the Artille Artillery
ry Artillery of the United States Cons Constabulary
tabulary Constabulary In Germany, then
served successively as Chief of
Staff of the 43rd Division and
Chief of Staff of the VH
Corps in the European Com Command
mand Command until 1954.

He returned to the United
States in 1954, took parachute
training, and then assumed
command of the XVIII Airborne

Corps Artillery at Fort Bragg,

Norm Carolina. In June 1955 he

was named Deputy Commanding

uenerai or tne XVIII Airborne

Corps.

in September 1956, General
Weyrauch became Commanding!

oenerai or the Army Anti-Air

craft Artillery and Tank Train Training
ing Training Center at Fort Stewart,

Georgia, the post he held until
his assignment to the Canal
Zone this year.
In addition to the Silver Star,
the General has been awarded
the Legion of Merit with one
Oak Leaf Cluster,, .the Air Medal
and the Army Commendation
Ribbon with Pendant, He also
wears the parachute Badge of
an Airborne officer.
After retirement, Weyrauch
and his family plan to reside in
Savannah, Georgia.

Prevents

BMPmOMU

Uid after every
change, Mexana
pnvtnts heat rash,
chafe and galling,
too. Absorbent
cornstarch base
clings close, keeps
baby fresh, comfortable

lit

Medicated Meuaa Skia Cram helps bsal
ainrul sunburn. Its earnls tanelia siaeetaa
apt "deteraset heads." trt.

...for the most important
man in vour life

m

NAVYSTAR

"! ".'rfjWi'J I:..

(AMvertietiaUFE)

A watch that It

water-tight and
elegant too! ...
the ingenious
design combines
outstanding strength
and precision, $r
completely new W
materials and
the famous Cymaflix
Shock-absorber -5
to giVa you un un-excelled
excelled un-excelled quality
and performance.

ft

y Immediate Free Zone Delivery

PR Best Prices Anywhere i
fca&fri i HECTOR DOWNE

I ''" I cordially invites you to the

W I VI tM SATURDAY

I W I'
I . ii J K
'"' nBBBBBBBSteele?eVlllwarS9a
fi ((! T.,., 'p.

- HUaUWlAlAJ-QtDiAO ,S l n f-wTkT The

Make Your Selection Now
. Itsc Our Lay-Away Plan
Fi-ci? "Chico' de ORO Stamps
THE JEWELRY STORE
18-47 CENTRAL AVE. (137)

Where You Double Your Money Free

WATCH REPAIR ELECTRONICALLY TESTED

TOMORROW NIGHT

AI2llKl

NIGHT

OCTOBER llih

to attend the farewell appearance in Panama of
OSCAR MORENO'S CUBAN REVUE featuring
his Platinum Blondes.

They will present two complete shows at 9:30 and at 12:30
Enjoy our famous Pizia Ravioli Spaghetti and Lasagna
while the show is-on.

announcement in the Star, and Herald is. n errori The ;

party is SATURDAY NIGHT, not Friday night. It's our mistaka.

!
A L. .... ,.,.T ;

'



mgi root

Tin PANAMA AMERICAN r- AN INDEPENDENT DAILY XIWSFAFEB
FRIDAY, OCTOBEX 10, 1951

octal ana sin

4 34

fen

Be

P

134,

anama

Jt mO L J If LLfLmM m Pmms 2-0740 2-0741 Umm 6:00 J 10 .m. mtf.

FOUNDING OF REPUBLIC OF CHINA
TO BE CELEBRATED AT RECEPTION
' Of outstanding social interest this evening will be a recep recep-'
' recep-' tlon celebrating the 47th anniversary of the founding of the Re Re-!
! Re-! public of China.
Charge d'Affaires Peter K. M. Chen and Mrs. Chen are firing
: the reception at the Embassy of China from to t p.m. High
! government officials, members of the Diplomatic Corps and so so-'Cial
'Cial so-'Cial dignitaries have been issued invitations for the event.

Announcement of Sons
Birth It Msde Here
Lt. and Mrs. Orlando Flye Smith
have announced the birth of their
first child, a son, on October i a.
Deaconess Ho-pital in Spokane,
Wash. The baby will be named
for his father.
Lieutenam Smi.h, who is station stationed
ed stationed at Fairchild Air Force Base
with the Strategic Air Command,
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Palm Palmer
er Palmer Smith Jr. of Balboa Heights.
The maicrnal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Sams of Rit
ter, S. C.
WANT MORE HOUSING
MOSCOW lUPI) The Soviet
Communist Par y newspaper
Pravda yesterday complained
too nuf'n money was being spent
on the construction of fancy ad administrative
ministrative administrative offices and spor s
arenas and not enough on hous housing.
ing. housing. The newspaper called in an
editorial for an end to "irrational
expenditure on luxury buildincs
so that additional funds could be
t"-'' available for construction of
tomes.

Camboa Church Women
Plan Annual Bataar
the Women's Auxiliary of the
Gamboa Union Church will have
us annual bazaar November 7 at
ihe Gamboa Civic Center Building.
Among items to be on display
will be handmade articles, home homemade
made homemade delicacies, "white elephants"
and movies for the children.
A turkey dinner will be served
at 5:30 p.m.
ONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE)

WlllWS

G

3

Cuban Oil Tanker
Blows Up In Bay;
1 Missing, 5 Hurt
SANTIAGO DE Cuba, (UPD (UPD-The
The (UPD-The Cuban oil tanker S. S. Guaso
b-!ew uo in the middle of th San.

tiago Bay yesterday night with
a tremendous explosion that shook
ihe entire city.
One sailor aboard the tanker
was reported missing and five
othe s were injured of burned by
the blast.
The ship sank a few minutes
after the explosion. The surface
of 'he bay was covered wi h burn burning
ing burning oil which threatened for a
while to des'roy the city docks.

For the Best
in news and entertainment
HOG-YCN
840 PANAMA 1090 COLON

lack nettee tw Inclusion in IbM
colwaia sboirifl submitted w
tM-written term and malted eo
the number lilted daily ia 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and OtnarwiM," or delivered
band to tht oHiee. Noticaa M
Mstinii cannot ba accepted b
tatepnMM.
Fort Amador Officers Wives
The Fori Amador Otiicers'
Wives have planned a coffee meet meeting
ing meeting tor next Wednesday norning
at 9:30 in the Fort Amador Offic Officers'
ers' Officers' ODen Mess. Gues. speaker wi

be Mrs. Mauricio Attia. owner of

Central Store in Colon, who will
discuss fabrics and display sever several
al several samples of imported materials.

Hostesses for the occasion iwll
be wives of Transportation Corps

officers, with Mrs. D. A.. King
chairman. Reservations may be
made before Tuesday noon with

Mrs. Charles W. Jagoe. S2-4249.
Conservation Club
Th rnl Zone Soanish Conver

ea inn r.iuh will hold its reeular

bi-weekly meeting Wednesday, Oc

tober 15, at 7:30 p.m. in me yuar
ry Heights Officers' Club. All per
.one who are eligible for mem

bership in an officers' club are

invited to attend and join the ciuo,
which aims to practice Spanish

conversation ana iuruier m.er
American friendship.

REBELS IN TUNIS
thnn MTPIl Premier Ferhat

Abbas and three members of his

Alri-in crnvernment in exile

were in Tunis today on what was

billed as a private visit, it was

evne-er thev wll COnlejr W1U1

Tunisian President Habib Bour-

guiba.

THE ONLY BRA
THAT ADJUSTS

TO FIT

YOUR CONTOUR
lltBBBVBoflMnnaVMnWBnW
actually changes its tiz

to give you "custom-fit"
whoro you need it

new, amazing JUST A'JUST by

Up to now ... the only woy you could adjust
your bra was to let it out in bock -or hike up
the straps. But that didn't give you fit in front,
where you really need it. Now... a revolution revolutionary
ary revolutionary new bra gives you "custom-fit"... in front,
h'l Just A 'Just by Exquisite Form... the one

mi tm wn musMi sir. ''wimifMln f ft:j
i ft Tmirti'flr twin n '' 'in'tr

to perfectly fit end flatter your very own
contour. No other bra in the woWa can do this.
And as extra added comfort . Just A'Just
hat all-elastic-back and sides. For a "custom "custom-fit"
fit" "custom-fit" bra ot a ready-made price... come in
today and see the versa tile... adjustable
Just A'Just.

and only bra that actually changes its size

Sfye 257, embroidered coMon, 32-36A, 32-40B, 32-40C $3.50
Styl 256, embroidered nylon morqulstto, 32-36A, 32-40B, 32-40C, $3.95

Sold at:

IN PANAMA:

Chambonnet y 5a. Avenida
Bazar Imperial Creaciones Rio

Mo das Aldens

Bazar Pans

COLON: Bazar Ingles
AGUADULCE: La Esmeralda
LASTABLAS: Novedades La Perla

Modas Vico
La Postal

Taxi Service

For K Of C Ball

Tomorrow Night
The Knights of Columbus. Coun

cil 1371, Balboa, has announced
that a taxi service will run from
the Civil Affairs building to the

Tivoli Hotel for the night of their

annual dance tomorrow.
The reason for having the taxi
service, is to ease the parking pro problem
blem problem that always Is pesent at an
affair of this magnitude. Since
the Tivoli Hotel has limited park

ing facilites, people may park their

automoviles at the Civic Affairs

building parking lot and ride for
only 25 cents per person to the

Tivoli.

The Knights of Columbus Ball

is expected to draw some 500 per persons
sons persons to the Tivoli tomorrow. One

of the key attractions will be a

door prize to given away to the

holder of the lucky ticket. However
the winner need not be present to
win the prize.
Music for the K. C. ball will be
supplied by Lucho Azcarraga. for
any information regarding the Ball
contact the Tivoli or get in touch

with any Knights of Columbus

member.

US Troops May Not
Leave Lebanon If
Violence Continues
WASHINGTON. Oct. 9 (UPD

Announced plans to pull all
U.S. military forces out Of Leb

anon by the end of this month

appeared threatened today by
increased viol ence and the
heightened political crisis in

that country.

The State Department an announced
nounced announced yesterday that the
United States expected to have
the last of its troops out of Leb Lebanon
anon Lebanon by Oct. 31 "barring unfore

seen developments." It said to today
day today that was still the schedule

but acknowledged that events of

the past 24 hours had Increased
the possibility that some U.S.
troops might have to remain
beyond that date.
Further decisions on the
schedule wuold await develop developments
ments developments in Beirut, where the sit situation
uation situation was not clear.
The State Department early
today still had no Information
as to whether or not Premier
Rashld Karaml, who has been In
office only two weeks, had re resigned.
signed. resigned. There were conflicting
reports on this from Beirut.

Mint Stuffing Glorifies
Bargain Cuts Of Lamb

African Nation

Answer to Previous Puzzle

CY GAXNOR MADDOX. NEA Food and Markets Editor

Lamb is an especially good buy

now because it is in excellent sup

ply. Try lamb shoulder cuts. Not
as well known as the loin and leg
sections, these cuts will be from
10 to 30 cents' less per pound price price-wise.
wise. price-wise. Also, they provide the same
hieh Quality protein, minerals and

vitamins. This recipe will prove
that they also ere delicious eat

ing:
Shoulder Lamb Chops With
Orange-Mint Stuffing
(Yield: 4 servings)
Four shoulder lamb chops, 12 to
3-4 inch thick: salt, pepper. 8 slices

of bread, 1 medium apple, cored
and chopped; 2 tablespoons finely
chopped celery, 2 to 3 teaspoons
dry mint leaves, 1-4 teaspoon salt,

2 tablespoons shredded orange peel,
1 cup orange juice.
Slash edges of fat on chops in
several places to prevent curling.
Season the chops with salt and pep pepper.
per. pepper. Place the chops on the bottom

of a shallow baking pan.

To Make the Stuffing: Cut or tear

the bread into half-inch pieces. In

a large bowl mix.ftrtad, chopped

CHUCKLE HEAD

CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand
(UPD Soviet Russia has agreed
to file a fliRht plan for a recon-

naissianca flight by members of

the Russian antarctic expedition
over the United States base at
the South Pole" and the New Zea Zea-land
land Zea-land Ross Dependency, it was re reported
ported reported yesterday. The United
S ates had requested the plan be
filed. The Soviet plane was ex expected
pected expected to make the flight from
the Russian Mirny base on Ant Antarctica
arctica Antarctica to the South Pole and Mc Mc-Murdon
Murdon Mc-Murdon Sound after Oct. 20.

MISSIONARIES INCREASE
NEW DELHI, India (UPI)-The
number of Christian missioniwies
in India has more than doubled
'ince the nation won its freedom

in 1947; official figures showed.

As of last Jan. 1, there were 4

844 registered foreign missiona

ries, in India compared with 2,-

271 in 1947, the figures showed.

. Large Choice
In
Drapery $ Slipcover
FABRICS
Dealers in KIRSCH
Cut-to-measure TRAVERSE RODS
and TRACKS
DECORACIONES

No. 5 ViA ESPAftA

Tel. 3-1947

apple, celery, mint leaves, salt.

shredded orange peel, and orange

juice.

Mound about 1-2 cup of stuffing
on each chop. Bake in a moderate

oven (3S0 degrees F.j about 1

hour.
Here's another pleasant dish a
soupHhat'i a meal in itself:
. Bacon. Chowder
(Yield: 3 main dish servings)
Eight slices bacon, 1 medium o o-nion,
nion, o-nion, thinly sliced: 1 pound. 1 ounce

can cream style corn, I 1-2 cups

mux, l teaspoon salt, 1-8 teaspoon

peper.

Pan-fry bacon until crisp bacon

pieces on top of the chowder.

Someiimei it is a couple's
friends rather than their enemies
who put the greatest strain on
their marriage.
Here's a letter froma 30-year-old
,vife who has "friends" to
thank for her husband's growing
discontent and feeling of frustration.

She writes: "My husband has

a good ;otr with a bright future.
Until recently the two of us got
a real feeling of satisfaction out
of buying our own home, making
plans for .ho future, budgeting
our money and in general trying
to get ahead.
"But abouv a year ago we be

came friendly with a couple who

nave no children (we have two)
and who believe in living for to today
day today only They are always kid kidding
ding kidding us about our budget, telling
my husband he is a fool to work
so hard, and pointing out how.
much better off they are by rent renting
ing renting an apartment than' struggling
to pay for a home and woirking to
keep up a yard, as we are.
"I personally have come to the
conclusion that they are too lazy
to try io get. ahead themselves,
and yet are jealous of us for hav having
ing having some goals and working to
acniev? them.
"BV; their ideas have impress impressed
ed impressed my husband and he is becom becoming
ing becoming dissatisfied with our way of
life. He used to be enthusiastic a a-bout
bout a-bout his Job. Now he talks about
'the old treadmill.' He used to be
proud of our home. Now he keeps
saying it's a constant financial
drain.
"It worries me--but I don t
know what to do about it. What
do you suggest?"
Thpt i you make some new
friends, and stop seeing much' of
the couple -ho hive nothing to
offer but their own discontent.
A discontented couple' is like
rotten apple in a barrel of sound
ones: TiiHr softness spreads by
contact.
You needn't feel badly about
dumping these people. They are
not really Mends. Friends don't
try to mske you dissatisfied with
your lot or get you to doubt your
own ams. True friends encourage
and simulate you and take plea pleasure
sure pleasure in yout successes successes-Make
Make successes-Make some real friends and let
this dissatisfied pair go their own
sofc, easy, aimless way.

OMEGA

PRICES:
Stainless Steel
65.00 & 68.00
14K. Cold Top
75.00 & 78.00
UK and 18K Solid Cold
108.00 to 134.00
Also delux models with
their 18 K. Gold bands

Self winding, shock-protected, antimasinetic.
Hands and applied hours markerr wrought of solid
18K gold. Stores a 36-hour power reserve when ful fully
ly fully wound.
The high quality of an Omga movement la your bast guarantee that your watch
will be a lagting reminder of the happy occasion it la intended to commamorate.
As time goes by you will treaaurt your Omega as much for its high prscislon
movement as for its exclusive elegance.

CHARLES PERRET SWISS JEWELRY STORE
General Agent Colon, R. P.
Casa Fasllich S.'A.
Authorlied Agent Panama.
"OMEGA" The Watch the World Has Learned to Trust

, ACKOM

' 1 African nation

Its capita)
11 Demolisher
12 FaU flower
II Cylindrical
'14 Showered
lirroster
IT Educational
. 'group (ab.)
llHaavtnly
body
10 Pewter coin
11 Range
21 Editors (ab.)
24 Ocean vessel
26 Vegetable
dishes x
2 Power
property
10 Snooze
11 Lubricant
12 Female saint
(ab.)
II Wan
II Rim.
21 Perched

40 Rate of motion

42 Ere
44 Islands in
rivers
41 Light touch
47 Heal
41 A up
the Nile
50 Wild donkey
52 Penetrate
51 Memoranda
14 Potest
creatures

(5 Opposed to let

DOWN
1 Builds
3 King Arthur's
nephew

Belgian river
Fondle
English river
Camel
are s common

sight in this
country

Kins ef

Judah (Bib.)

Inflammation
(suffix)
Leased
Mountain
nymphs
Juana
Doctors (ab.)
Goddess of

the dawn
Vitiates

Puffed up

1 1 k: j lU' ti

25 False god
27 Mimicked
2 Light shoes
21 Coupled
14 Bring into
- harmony
15 Deacon (ab.)
17 Measuring
instruments
II Exit

II Pouch V r
41 Short jackets 4
41 Always (poet.)
45Glzehiithe --.,
-. of the
Sphinx
47 Roman patriot
41 Oriental
.. weight -'
II Negatlv word.

iz p nr r ? p &
i r
in i n
5
r jr
nr """rpr"" nr
F r"rir-r
-.r---.
r 5T mmr

11 "i" l .WWiy
I
IT V

THE VOICE OF
BROADWAY
by Dorothy Killgallen

BROADWAY GRAPEVINE
Singer Josephine Premice will
be the latest to star in an inter-racial
marriage when she says "I

do" to Timothy Fales, son of so

cially prominent banker De Cour
sey Fales. The bridegroom-to-be
was divorced in Mexico from tel
evision model Ellen Wood. .Stf-

cha Distel made 11 transatlantic

calls to Brigitte Bardot in the five
days he was here, but his best
friends and hers-rare still betting
the glamorous twosome won't
make it to the altar. Their chums
cling to the theory that the inter

nationally heralded "betrothal"

is nioe,,harmless way of launch launching
ing launching Sactf s career in a big way
and getting additional publicity tt or
Brigitte.
Elaine and Louis Lorillard, best

known locally for their sponsor

ship of the Newport Jazz Festi

val, aren't likely to achieve a

smooth end uneventful divorce.

He's not prepared to give her as
impressive a financial settement
as the Lorillard name would indi

cate, and she's in no hurry for

nything more than a legal separa separation,
tion, separation, anyway. .Ben Hecht and

Mickey Cohen, that peach of a
pair, are reported somewhat in
disagreement over the book. Hecht
is writing about- the gangster.
All Khan's former favorite, Bet Bet-tina,
tina, Bet-tina, is giving the Parisians some something
thing something to parlez about with her
most recent dates. The luckv fel

low is young David de Rothschild,

son of Baron Guy de Rothschild.
. .Dancer-choreographer Kathe-

rine Dunham and her publishers,
Harcourt-Brace, are having s
slight rhubarb over her autobio autobiography,
graphy, autobiography, due in 1958. She wants to

call it Reouiescat In Pace." They
want to call it anything but that.
The indictment of the Waldorf Waldorf-Astoria's
Astoria's Waldorf-Astoria's Claude Philippe came to
hit New York society folk as a a-bout
bout a-bout as much of a surprise as the

fact that Christmas will fall on

Dec. 25. It was so widely expect expected
ed expected that most of those in the know

believe the government men must

have been gathering evidence for

at least three years.
Love continues to pop up in the

lives of political candidates and

threaten their campaigns with

icftnaai.

The most undeserved worry lies

on the shoulders of an upright
chap currently running in the

* re could become involved
in unpleasant headlines just be because
cause because his more adventurous broth

er, though married, has a New

York girl friend who. recently was
caught forging her boss's name toi

charge aceounts. .Those who've

seen rehearsals of the opening

Jackie Uleason telecast say it s

a block-buster.

- V 4IIPJUI
lines are planning a merger
brought on by the high cost of fi

nancing jet operations. .George
Hamilton TV th mrV 'n .Tt

star, is slated for a lung opera operation
tion operation next week.

Duet bagkintf In tha ran

V
zette flames at Ca rhiinii

Hope Hamoptn and her newest Y

oorcr, ey(reroinanfl Kaimakam.
t. ,Qne for our side. The Russian
legation on Park Ave. ordered a
case .of Smirnoff vodka -i made
iff 'Ihe U.S.A.-from a mldtown

"iuui ovw c mic uuier aay,
Count Bafti f11 wilriiv in Intra

with o the harmonies of the Signs

rures at tne Left Bank the other
nieht wants In malr an IP urttu

his band and their vocals,
Kevin McClory. the film direc director,
tor, director, is learning about women and
fast. When h mi i Mile. t,i.-'.

(assistant, he was very much in
love with Liz Taylor (he'd known
her first) but was too honorable
to show his feelings. Then he fell
for teenager Bobo Sigrist, but jjiev.

cr gQi near we aitar witn her
because he respected her moth mother's
er's mother's belief that Bobo oughtn't to
marry until she was several years
older. Kevin's in London now, do-

ng a picture, andt he recent head headlines
lines headlines exniainpri tn him urhir T i

. . ...... "v i' us
layed her promised trip to Eng-

ana. ao nis most constant com companion
panion companion is Rnhft

from an American chap, Gregg
Juarez, who didn't take mama's

oDjecuons quite so seriously.

Ballolaver Billv Mirtln

with the Yank, is serious about
nirlina rmarf Cltl1.

Nebraska beauty. .Van Cliburn's

pais say some disc company
ought to get him to sing a few:
he just loves to croon. .Phil
Freenwald of the Concord Hrel
is all but hosoitalized, he's so ex-

cueo bdoui nis scheduled appear appearance
ance appearance in the first Phil Silver's "Hit.

ko" show of the new TV season.

no one expects him to get through
the ordeal Without sedativi hand.

holding and possibly an oxygen
mask. .Genrcre Khrina urhma

taste is impeccable, has become

me most tamous tan or David 1 1-'n,
'n, 1-'n, the singer at the Den in the
Duane.

POUR DROWN
TOYAMA. Japan (UPD Four
persons were drowned Tuesday
when a ferryboat rarrylng 27 pas passengers
sengers passengers overturned in the Hintati

River, u t h o r i 1 1 e s reporter.

The ferry hss been opersttitj
since Sept. 26 when typhoon Ida
destroyed the only bridge span spanning
ning spanning the river in northwestern
Japan.

ma

delightful
entertainment
by
ISABELLE

slnginj str I- v ) c 1 i

Twice Nightly
(except Mondays)
9:00 k 10:30 p.ra. in THE BELLA VISTA
with CLARENCE MARTIN'S ORCHESTRA
No cover no minimum



FRIDAY, OCTOftE 19, Ittl

THE" PANAMA AMERICA AN INDEPENDENT DAIlt NfTfSPAPES
page rro

oci a I a n id Otlt

erwi&Q

Former Resldant Returns
Home Af er Visit Hera - Y
Mrs, Helen Logan Johnson," t
lorroer resident on the Isthmus,
(tiled on the SS Cristobal to re re-rn
rn re-rn to her home in Baldwin, Long
Und, After a week'i visit bere.
She wa the house guest of Mrs,
William Coffee o Balboa.
5 A social event honoring Mri.
Johnson wit a tea given a' the

Tivoli Guest House. Twenty fueiU

attended the affair.

n cdunniEs

I (fela nn fill.

jiaiw wbiia
Red Ousfer Of CBS
Man Intimidation'

I Women Say Doctor

Inject ed Sex Drugsr

Than Akiirael

MICH hmiijwu

MONTEREY, -Calif (UPI)

Four women d a t i e a t i testified
Th.Hjv that a ohvsician injected

them with drufcs which caused

eexuaUprftvings and then, took Jm
nrnir lihwrtieS.

me Daysman, ur. nuuen

ripmannr chareeS 1 of being 'i

iewa ana aissoiuie pernm.

denied, the charges.

nnntv T)ii. Attv. Patrick J.

. T.. .V. a -i U.

n'Hauiv una me courr nc wuum

rnv iVnuph it least IS witnes

that flarrett administered the

a-aHmulatinff shots to the four

hniitwtvj and fondled them

while the women "didn't know or

.eare hat they were doth". k
Tfx firt w tness was Wilms

- Psv Irwin. 27. the mother of

three children. She admitted hav hav-,
, hav-, in sex relations with he doctor.
Mn. Trwin. a cOmelv blonde,

said 'hut after the injecions; she
: had "no will nower and no inhl-

) bitions."
Mrs. Fare Reynolds, 29, also

mother f three, testified that on
one occasion she recalled throw throw-Ine
Ine throw-Ine herself at Garett, crying: "I

need you! J love you! I want

Kathieetf M. Johnson, 34. mother

of fY lefified that the shots
made.her dizzy. .,
"I vs in love with the dr'or,"
she said. "And he led me to be believe
lieve believe he wait in love with me.
Margaret Jensen, 49, teS'ifled
vthat the doctor gave her an in injection
jection injection and fondled her,

By OSWALD JACOIY
Written far NCA Service
i W J..;i..'"- "' l': 'ti, n ,i

Hn6,'r

' NORTH ..
AAITI
eKJWl.
AQ9
12
WRIT IAST(D)
74 AQIl
10142 KJ
J97J AKC)14
SOUTH
4KQJ10KS
Both vulnerable
E4 ft WH Kertli
j s e Paa 4 e
turn Paai Pass
Opening lead 9

My son, Jim, writes from Wash Wash-inaton:
inaton: Wash-inaton: "Here is a play that i

made the other day that is new

to me.

"My partner opened the six of
clubs. I won with the queen and

South dropped the eight. South
was not a false-carder, so I de
cided that my partner had open

ed fourth best from five and that

South'i club had been a singleton

"How was I going to beat the
hand? South surely would hold

seven spades for his three spade
bid. If I played second, club he
would simply go after the hearts.
I would make my ace and queen

but he would establish two hear
tricks and be able to get rid of
any losing diamonds he might

hold.
"Finaly, 1 saw a ray of hope.
If declarer would hold three dia diamonds
monds diamonds and my partner the ten

spot I could beat the hand. I took
a little extra time to prepare my
alibi in case the play went wrong

and led the king of diamonds.

"As you canse e from the whole

hand this sacrifice was the only

play to beat the contract. What

do you think of it?"

I think it is a real gem. The

lead up to an ace-queen commna

tiop when the king is in front is

well known. I have never seen

: ease of the sacrifice of the king

from in neck or the ace-queen.

1 4-Th bidding has been:
EMC ftmtfh Vtmt Navtk
1 Pas Pug Double
Pas 2 4. Peas 1 e
Pass S Paw 3 A
Pass 4 4 Pasg 8
f Paw ?
tin, South, hold;
AQ31 1 AJ8l 4JS 4.KII
What do ru do BwT
A Bid its apodae. Tea have

5-wyttiaa- raw va

CURUNDU PROTESTANT
CHURCH

The Curundu Protestant

Church, wiahea to extend a cor

dial InvlUtion to their church

end service. Sunday School be

gins at 9:30 a.m. with a class
from the nursery age through
adults. You will find a class for

every ajte KrouD in your family

At the Morning Worshin service
th choir will slftg, "Great Is

Thy raithrulness," under the
direction of Mrs. Harold Adolph.
The pustor. Rev. Milton K. Lei Lei-dig,
dig, Lei-dig, will bring the morning mes.
aage on "What God Promised to
Abraham." The service begins at
11:00 a m. at "A Warm Hearted

Church."

The Youth Fellowships meet
at 6:00 p.m, followed by the

Evening Gospel hour at 7:00

p.m. This Sunday evenine- there

will be a showing of the award
winnlne; film. "Life To Life."
This 45 minute sound-color film
was produced by the Interna International
tional International Church of the Foursquare
Gospel. The film won first place
in the Dramatic Division at the
Annual Film Festival of a.11 mis

sionary film produced in 1958.

Tne juagjne; took piar at Wi

nona Lake, Indiana. The film
depicts the messaee of the Gos Gospel
pel Gospel of Chriet as it moves from
one life to another among the
oeooles of different races here

In Panama. You will come to

know much more about mission missionary,
ary, missionary, work in the Republic of
Panama after seeing the film.
The tmblic is cordially invited to
see the film. There will only be
one showing.

The church announces the

opening of the Spanish Surtday

School on Not. 9, at 8:30 a.m.
The staff of teachers and work

ers are under tf sunervMon of
Mr. aM Mrs, William Eve of
Editorial Caribe. There will be
classes for both children and

adults.

Other scheduled service of

the week are as follows; Mon Monday
day Monday at 7:00 p.m. will be the con
tinuatlon of the Teacher Train

ing Course for all S.S, teachers
and workers. At the same hour,

meeting in the annex will be the

Soanlsh Bible Cla.. Wednesday

at 9:00 ,m. the Women's Bible

Class" will meet .k the' home of
Mrs. Otis Baron at 8MB in Cu

rundu Heights. At 7:00 n.m, will

be the Prayer Meeting Hour fol followed
lowed followed by choir rehearsal at 8:00
p.m. under the direction of the
choir director, Mn. Harold
Adolph.

On Thursday. 9:00 a.m, will be

another Women's Bible Class at

the home of Mrs. Philip Steers
of 703 Ancon.

The public is Invited to ettend

the service of "A" Warm Heart Hearted
ed Hearted Church."

APPKAI. TURNED DOWN

TOKYO (UPD-The Japanese

Supreme Court yesterday, rejected
the appeal of a U.S. airman from

Honolulu against his conviction i

and sentence to three years in

prison on the charge of fatally

stabbing a Japanese laborer-The
ruling meant that A-C Beniam!"

B. Owitng must be transferred

from the U.S. Ar Force Kisarajtu
Station to the Japanese jail for
foreigners t Oknwka to serve the

teem pronounced last February oy

'he Tokvo high court when it con convicted
victed convicted him of manslaughter.

LONDON (UPD An advertise-

went in fhe personal column of
The Times today offered "meager

pay. fascinating work." r wss

seeking a cnon-master-tor worm

wood Scrubs Pnson.

Justice Department Won't Probe
Labors Role In Political Campaign

- WASH1XGTON' (UPIV The
State. Department accused Russia
of attempt 1 intimida ion for or ordering
dering ordering the Columbia Broadcasting
System tc riuse its Moscow bureau
In reprisal for CBS programs aired
in vthls country.
The Soviets ordered Paul Niven,
CBS Moscow correspondent, to
halt all newscas s immediately
and -to leave within two wfeks be because
cause because of what they called "a
number of anti-Soviet bro?Hcasts
and TV programs" carried by the
networH in ihe United States.
They par icularly cited a CBS
television drama. "The Plot To
Kill S.slin". which pictured
Nikita S. Khru. hchev as part of a
deadly conspiracy to kill the late
Russian premier. Russia already
has protested the show to the
Sta'e Department as a "filthy
slandsr."
Several hours later. Stale De

partment spokesman Lincoln
White told news b-iefing Rus-

s a'a action in closing the CBS

Moscow bureau "constttuies inoi

rect '!on'ursbip" and amounted lo

"a form of intimidation.'

Noting that Russia previously

had offiered' the expulsion from
Moscow of Associated Press cor cor-responrlent
responrlent cor-responrlent Boy Essoyan, White
said "The United States govern

ment retire n that tne soviet au

thorities felt compelled to take

this action."

The spokesman was unable to

sav "a 'his timt" whether the de

part men' was planning any pro pro-t
t pro-t or other action in the matter.

Asked whether Russia might be
a ked "o trim H pres corps in
this country, Whi'e said "not to
my knowledge, no."
TOO MUCH PEP

NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE. Eng.

T"M) Mrs. Ethel Jamieson

said it was true: She stole a

- e of beef a piece of bacon

ind a baby rattle from a store.

.She bUmed "r 'hvlnw Soree on

four pep pills" she took. The

fine was $42.

..wr. ri

r St,-- U

I

SPECIAL SALE
for only 1 week
on
R0LLEIFLEX CAMERAS
20 discount
Take advantage of this
ale and obtain your
cimera K

at

: S
fihoio
9nbuinidjumcd
Central Ave. 18-137
Tel. 2-2JU

TODAY'S QCISTIOX
" The bidding haa baa:
taat 8atsi Waat Nafth
1 Pin Pw Ooubl
S t
You, South, hold!
eKi Hit QM
What do you dot

Children don't cry with New Johnson & Johnson First Aid Cream

Now a new antiseptic that
fights infection without stinging!
No other antiseptic not even iodine -ia ao effectivt,"
yet ao safe for cuts, burnt, abrasions.
a won't sting won't irritate tiaeuea apeeda healing
' a fight infection penetrates deeper, protecU longer,
relieves pain quickly greaeeleaa, atainleaa
The modem first aid treatment for tie whole family.

ORKMA ANTISaPTlOA

Anaehar ejiwlily Kdal el

WASHINGTON (UP1) 'The
word is that the Justice Depart Department
ment Department awaits a good case before
proceeding again under the Cor

rupt Practices Act against the

use oi lauur muney in poiiucai
campaigns.
The department lost such a case
growing out of labor's part in the
1954 election of Sen. Patrick V.
McNamara (D Mich.). It has
waited now for a better case
much too long so far as this

year'a election is concerned.

Democratic enchantment and
Republican disenchantment with
Big Labor in American politics

is for cause, including the compu

tation that in the 1956 political

campaign all but about $4,000 of
slightly more than one million

contributed by labor was given

to Democratic candidates and
their campaign committee.

This distribution of campaign

gifta was cited last summer by
the staff of the Republican Senate

policy committee in a detailed re report
port report tiiledf "The Labor Boses
America's Third Party."
The policy committee staff evi evidently
dently evidently was attempting to get Re Republican
publican Republican candidates this year and
GOP leaders, in general, on
what staff members regard as the
beam with respect to Big Labor in
American politics. Staff members

realized they were treading ex explosive
plosive explosive ground so they opened

tneir report with tnis statement:
"Neither the members of the

Republican policy committee nor

other Republican senators are re responsible
sponsible responsible for the statements here herein
in herein contained, except, auch as they
are wlll'n" to endorse and make
their own."
Republican money, of course,
paid for the report and pays the
staff members' salaries. The end
product, however, was an orphan
xt birth so far as most top party
leaders were concerned, a found

ling statement of fact, belief, ac
cusation and policy iwaiting atdop
tion. v
The report was quite well docu

men ted, being based on testimony

Before the McClellan Senate sub

committee, on reports by labor

io me cierK of tne House concern concerning
ing concerning political expenditures and on
some legal proceedings In the

federal courts including the Su
preme Court.

The report quotes from Sec. 610
of the Federal Corrupt Practices
Act that: "It is unlawful for anv

'national bank x x x or for any

corporation wnatever io make a

contribution or expenditure in con

nection with any election, to any

nouucai otficex x x x or any la
bor organization to make a con
tributfon or ependiture in con

nection with any election (for

federal office)."
"The labor bosses claim, how however."
ever." however." the reoort adds, "that

these political auxiliaries (which

mske the contribution! ) do not

fall within the Corrupt Practices
Act definition of a 'labor organi organization
zation organization and, furthermore that their
activities art financed by 'volun 'voluntary
tary 'voluntary contributions'."

The policy committee staff,
doubtless somewhat oreiudised.

regards tbia claim as nonsense.
The staff report cites a case in

which the Supreme Court indicat

ed, at least, that some justices
felt the use of union dues money
for political purposes would rend

er the union shoo contract uncon

stitutional.

A decision on that issue might
solve a lot of Republican prob

lems, either by reducing the flow

of labor funds into politics or by
settling the right to work is issue
sue issue in the courts instead of
in ballots. The Justice Department
seems disinclined to grasp the
thistle firmly.

For the Best y
in news and entertainment
HOG-YCN
840 PANAMA 1090 COLON

Yale Gas Trucks

with Fluid Covlpling

m 1

for smooth,
fast, safe
materials
handling

Yale Gas Trucks with Fluid
Coupling are short and compact
for extra maneuverability. They
speed handling in narrow aisles
and crammed quarters. Fluid
Coupling makes driving smooth
and easy. ..protect load and op operator
erator operator from handling shocks...

extends clutch life up to 300.
The low cowl and improved
channel assembly give the driver
greater viaibllity and permit ac accurate
curate accurate and safe stacking. Avail Available
able Available with pneumatic or solid
tires. Capacities 2,000 to 10,000
lbs. For full fdett, call tixUf.

LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE
f.l. A. POWELL, S. A.
Phone Colon 74 or 106

Tivoli Ave.
PANAMA

Front Street
COLON

I

una

flA&A&Jlh

i mum, j i
if
A i 4
V
'

I

1

EVERY FRIDAY
from
6:30 to 7:00 p.m.

KKX

Lucho Azctirraga
Your Community Network YCN

.840 Kilocycles
PANAMA

1090 Kilocycles
COLON

St Christopher's
Church To Hold
Final Vote Count

It has been announced by the

committee In charge that the fi final
nal final count of votes in the Annual
queen contest sponsored by St.
Christopher's Episcopal Church

will be held today on the church

premises.

This year's contest haa been
an exciting and enthusiastic one

with every contestant and aup

porting organization exerting

every effort to achieve the vie
tory.

. Those competing in thia year's

contest are:
Miss Jaclnta Wilson of the
Young People's Organization,
Mlsa Cecilia Barnett by the
Young Adults.
Miss Miriam Donaldson spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the Women's Auxiliary.
Miss Cecilia Connell sponsored
by the Men's Fellowship.

V

Campo Alegre Building Across El Panama Hilton

Anounces the arrival...
of they new collection of
beautiful, beautiful
(DlQAAQA

at price io convenient, you can
aord to buy more titan one

Memovox calls you
in the morning...
keeps track for you
of the day's schedule
Ita high precision alarm movement keeps you
on time ...accurately, reliably. Acts as your
aecond memory. Wakens, warns, reminds, leaving
your mind free to concentrate

on work or play.

Iff

m p v ff jeD

(fcieardcr
iiciuiivi aaiNi or wane's mniit waunii

ANNOUNCING THE

.toemfit.;, i

Loaded with free gifts

Com and buy a Formtit brassiere or girdle at the regular pries,
and with sach purchase you'll receive a key. Try the key in
the Formht Treasure Chest, and if your key opens it, accept with eu
compliments a valuable gift that will delight you I
There are over 80 keys to fit the Treasure Chest-and for
each lucky key, a valuable surprise giiu
The Formfit Treasure Chest will be at the fine stores named below
on the dates listed. Don't miss your chance to select a brassiere or girdle)
from Formfit's latest styles in underfashions...And be sure to try
your key in the Formfit Treasure Chest. Perhaps you'll be one of the
lucky ones to receive a valuable gift I
The Formfit Treasure Chest will be at :

I. L MADURO, 7R.
(Madurito) Avenida Central
No. 16-18
November C, 7. I. 10 11
FELIX B. MADUBO
(Sueursal) Avenida Tivoli Ke. 1140
Hevember 12, IS, II, It, IT, Ve
JtHODA
(Sueursal) Avenida Tivoli No. 8 J
November 19, 20, 21, 22. 24. 2
COLON
I. L. MADURO. JR.
(Madurito) Ave. Frente No. 10.044.
November 26, 27, 21, 29. 1

PANAMA

RHODA
(At. Just AreMmsna, tquina
tall 34)
October II, 14. II, II. IT ft IS
MOTTA'S
(Calle II Oest y Calls I frente
dBase National)
October 20, 21. 22, 23. 24 Ic 21
FELIX B. MADURO
(Avenida Central No. 22-06)
October 27, 21. 29. 30. II
tc November 1st

December 1

-4-
4



max trt

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
rK10ATr OCTOBER 11, 1951
iikees lack
11;

Oo Top

if iase

Y

Turley's Great Relief

Hurling

Championship To N.Y.

By OSCAR FRALIY
MILWAUKEE (UPI) Bot Tur Tur-ley's
ley's Tur-ley's brilliant relief pitching and
a clinching home run blast by big
Moose Skowron swept the New
York Yankees to the greatest
World Series comeback in 33 years
yesterday as they defeated the
Milwaukee Braves, 6 2, in the fi final
nal final game of the classic.
Roaring back from a three-to-one
game deficit a feat accom accomplished
plished accomplished only once before in series
annals and that by the Pirates of
1925 the Yankees did it by aveng avenging
ing avenging themselves a second time on
Lew Burdette, the man who had
beaten them three times when the
tables were turned a year ago.
And they put away their 18th
championship of the baseball
world and their seventh in 10
years with an old time Yankee
barrage in the eighth inning
capped by Skowron's jackpot
drive far into the left center field
bleachers.
Herd Of Heroes
It took a horde of Yankee he heroes
roes heroes to stow it away for them this
warm, sunny day before an alter alternately
nately alternately moaning and groaning gal gallery
lery gallery of 46,367 fans. There was:
Turley, who lost the second
game but then came back to win
the fifth, saved the sixth and rode
to the rescue again Thursday.
With two-hit pitching over the last
six and two-thirds innings after
big Don Larsen was batted out.
Yogi Berra, whose two out
double started the winning rally.
Elston Howard, who drove him
home with the run which won it.
Andy Carey, with a single that
kept it rolling.
And the Moose, coming out of.
a season's end slump with ihat
three-run blast which put the icing
on the cake and brought the corks
out of the champagne bottles.
They had a lot of help from the
Braves, a tight and "down" bunch

OMEGA

OMEGA

With the SAPPHETTE,
Omega introduces a radically
novel fashion concept
into its leadership collection
of ladies' watches.
Let the fiery brilliance of the
Sapphette crystal, blazing on its
e)egantly styled case, be your
lasting reminder of the love and
devotion that inspired the gift of
this high-precision watch.

"OMEGA," the Watch
to
Charles Perret
General

Casa Fastlich, S.A.
Authorized Agent Panama City

TODAY-toeaitbesJODAY

CAP IT OLIO
t5c 15c.
SIX BRIDGES .TO
CROSS
With Tony Curtis
f Also:
VtlLS OF BAGDAD
With Victor Mature

Returns World

after kicking away what looked
like a runaway series.
Three times the Braves had hit
ters up with the bases loaded and
all they could get was one run,
giving them a 1-0 bulge in the first
inning. But in the Yankee second,
Frank Torre, regarded as the
slickest defensive first baseman in
baseball, kicked two away to give
the Yankees a pair of unearned
runs.
Crandall Ties Score
Del Crandall long regarded by
the Yankees as the most overrat overrated
ed overrated player on the Braves tied it
up with a soaring home run shot
into the left field bleacners in me
sixth but it just wasn't in the
Elston Howard
ijind its new
glamour
watch fashion
in
She Shapphette
a sapphire-like crystal
instead of the conven conventional
tional conventional watch glass.

-it 'M
fW 7 $

I V 'i

Some day. . Someone who
cherishes you will give you the
most wonderful watch in the
world.

the World has Learned
Trust

Swiss Jewelry Store
Agent Colon

T IV OLI
5c. 15c.
. BANK! (125.00
LOVING YOlt
Willi Elvis Presley
- Also:
THE LONELY MAN
with Jack Palance

VICTORIA
15c. 1.
Prohibited for Minors
EL FRITTO
8ALVAJE
- Also: -LA
GRAN VERDAD

Rapid-fire Army teChoiceOverlNc

. T V
II
.v.-'wVrwMS::"-" l
- ( t

Gil MeDoogald
cards for Burdette to beat the
Yankees again.
He tried, and gamely. Because
as he headed into the eighth in
ning, the man from tne west Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia mountains had given the
Yankees only three hits even
though he was laboring with only
two days rest.
Burdette got the first two men
in the eighth and then the roof
fell in on both him and the
Braves.
Milwaukee started running at the
Yankees in the first inning when
Red Schoendienst led off with a
looping single to left. Bill Bruton
walked and Torre laid a perfect
sacrifice bunt down the third base
line, moving Schoendienst to third
and Bruton to second. Hank Aa Aaron
ron Aaron drew a pass to load 'em up
and Schoendienst scored, with.
Bruton and Aaron moving up, as
Wes Covjngton grounded to first.
Eddie Mathews was intentionally
walked but Crandall the man
who hit the solo homer later
struck out.
Yanks Take Lead
The Yankees moved in front in
the second when Berra led off
with a walk.
Then a long-time bit of irony
came back to haunt the Braves.
Last spring, on the first day of
drills, they practiced the play on
which the pitcher covers first
base. That day both Torre and
Burdette were absent both still
holdouts.
Torre was absent yesterday,
twice in a row, and it gave the
Yankees a pair of runs.
Howard laid a sacrifice bunt
" .'T
The Clincher
MILWAUKEE (UPI)-Box score
of the seventh and final 1958
World Series game:
New York (A)
AB
H RBI
0 0
Bauer.rf
McDougald,2b
Mantle.cf
Berra, c
Howard.lf
Lumpe,3b
Carey ,3b
Skowron ,1b
Kubek, ss
Larsen, p
Turley, p
Totals
Milwaukee (N)
Schoendienst, 2b
Bruton.cf
Torre.lb
Aaron.rf
Covington, If
Mathews,3b
Crandall, c
Logan, ss
Burdette.p
McMahon.p
a-Adcock
b-Mantilla
Totals
S
5
4
4
3
3
1
4
2
1
2
34
AB
5
3
2
3
4
1
4
4
3
0
1
0
6 8 6
R H RBI
30 2 5 2
a Singled for McMahon in 9th;
b Ran for Adcock in 9th.
New York 020 000 0406
Milwaukee 100 001 000-2
E Torre 2. PO A New York
27-12, Milwaukee 27-13. DP Mc Mc-Dougald
Dougald Mc-Dougald and Skowron. LOB New
York 7, Milwaukee 8. 2B McDou McDou-gald,
gald, McDou-gald, Berra. HR Crandall, Skow
ron. SB Howard. S Torre, How
ard. Turley. SF Kubek.
ip h r er bb so
Burdette (L) 8 7 6 4 2 3
McMahon 1 10 0 12
Larsen 2 13 3 113 1
Turley (W) 6 2-3 2 1132
U Gorman (N), plate; Flaherty
(A). IB: Barlick (N 2B; Berry
(A), 3B; Jackowski (N), Umont
( A), foul lines. T 2:31. A 46,367.
Seventh and final World Series
ame at Milwaukee.
N. York (A) 020 000 040 6 8 0
Milw. (N) 100 001 000 2 3 2
Larsen, Turley (3) and Berra
Burdette. McMahon (9) and Cran
'all. Winner Turley. Loser Bur
dette. HR Crandall, Skowron.
RIO
2So. Bank Night!
Gold Prize $500.00
HELL'S HALF ACRE
with Wendell Carey
- Also:
A MAN ALONE
with Ray Mllland

Cristobal Favored Over J.C.
At Balboa Stadium Tonight

. ''- J j
S. - - 1

Bob
Tod Bern

down the first base line and was
safe as Torre fielded it and threw
widly to Burdette.Berra trundled
all the way to third on tne error.
Next Jerry Lumpe topped a ball
down the first base line. Torre
held Yogi at third but came up
with his second straight error by
throwing high to Burdette, cover covering
ing covering the bag, and all hands were
safe to load the bases.
Skowron that time grounded to
short, the Braves mussing a double
play as Yogi rumbled across the
plate, Howard went to imro. ana
Skowron was safe at first as he
beat the relay which rubbed out
Lumpe at second. Tony Kubek
came through with a long fly to
left, Howard scoring after the
catch and Skowron holding at iirst.
Service Center Theatres
TONIGHT
BALBOA 6:15 & 8:15
Chips Rafferty
conn reierson
SMILEY GETS A GUN"
In Cinemascope & Color
COCO SOLO 7:00
Tony Martin Vera Ellen
"LET'S BE HAPPY
in Cinemascope & Color!
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
' ZANZABUKU
Added: "WATER BIRDS"
Owl Show 10:30 P.m.
"The Prodigal"
GAMBOA 7:00
Richard Widmark
Richard Basehart
"TIME LIMIT"
GATUN 7:0Q
Clark Gable, Doris Day-
"TEACHERS PET
in VistaVlslon!
MARGARITA 6:15 7:55
Joel McCrea, Virginia Mayo
THE TALL STKAHUfcK"
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
Pandora and The Flying;
. Dutchman" ;
PARAISO 7:00
Joel McCrea Mark Stevens
"GUNSIGHT RIDGE
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
"The Lonf Long Trailer"
SANTA CRtZ 7:0
"DANGEROUS MILLIONS
and "HIGHWAY 13"
CAMP B1ERD 7:00
Mickey Koortey
r uaroiyn Jones
'BABY. FACE NELSON"
Owl Show 10;30 p.m.
Father's Utile Dividend"

Turley

Moose Skowron
The inning ended when
Larsen
forced Skowron at second.
Braves Blow Chance
The Braves blew another big
chance in the third after Bruton
opened with a single to center. Gil
McDougald made an over-t h e
shoulder catch of Torre's fly into
short right, but Hank Aaron
singled Bruton to second and Lar Larsen
sen Larsen had "had it."
Turley came in then, appearing
in his third straight game, and
shut them off. Wes Covington top
ped a ball which Berra fielded
along the first base line and fired
to Skowron for the putout as Bru Bruton
ton Bruton went to third and Aaron to
second. Mathews' again was
walked intentionally to load the
bases but they went out as Cran-
dall's grounder bounced off Tur Turley's
ley's Turley's glove only to be scooped up
barehanded by McDougald and
fired to first in time to catch the
lumbering catcher.
Crandall knocked that tying
homer over the left field fenc$ in
the sixth to tie it up but then
in the eighth the Yankees broke
it open. There were two out when
Berra got it rolling by doubling
off the wall of the right field
stands, a ball which was only
three feet from being in the
stands. Howard, who bailed out the
Yankees with his defensive play in
the fifth end sixth games to bring
them off the floor, singled through
the middle to score Yogi and put
the Yankees ahead 3 to 2 with
what was to be the winning run.
Carey followed with a single off
Mathews' glove which sent How Howard
ard Howard to second and then it was the
"Moose" moving in.
His blast, the lOth Yankee homer
of the Series against a mere three
for the Braves, wrapped it up for
good.
The fans could only laugh feebly
in the bottom of the Braves' eighth
as a spectator broke out ', of the
stands slid into second base and
then led pursuing police on a
broken field dash into right 3eld
before he was collared, v
They couldn't ,see much humor
in the situation -as "Bullet Bob"
took it from there, gave uo one
hit with two out in the ninth and
then got back for them the world
championship they had lost to the
Braves in an identical seventh
game finale just a year ago,
TODAY ENCANTO $5- 201
uiaric nmo
Butt Lancaster lri
'RUN SILENT. RUN DEEP"
Louis Armstrong in
"SATCHMO THE GREAT''

By TREVOR SIMONS
Already the Canal Zone grid

fans have seen plenty of loot loot-ball.
ball. loot-ball. There has been the Balboa
Red-White' game, the Jamboree
at cristooal last Friday ana last
night's Athletic Club B.H.S.
game; but. tonight the main
football business of 1958.... the
race for the Interscholastic title
. gejts underway In earnest.
The Tigers from Cristobal High
School wllljravel to the Pacific
Side to get the lnterschool bat battle
tle battle underway against C.Z. Jr.
College at Balboa Stadium.
The Tigers are favored to open
the season with a victory and
take the early lead In the '5ft tl
tie run. Jr. College showed little
in their scoreless Jamboree ef
fort and reports are that there
was no improvement In a recent
scrimmage against the Athletic
Club at J.C. training field In Dla
bio.
Coach Brown's announcement
that two of his big boys, Jimmy
Deslondes and Gene Birch, will
what improves the J.C. position
return to action tonight some-
but there Is little optimism that
the improvement will be enough
for a College win. These two
boys were out of the line-up last
Friday with bad ankles and,
their return is sure to be of val
uable assistance to the badly
understaffed Jr. College squad.
Hopes for an upset victory
over the Tigers rests In the
throwing arm of Bill Gibson,
former CHS back who how does
the quarterbacking for J.C. Don
Alexander whose only activity
in 1957 was. that of punting, will
surely be a valuable asset to the
College backfield in his full-time
assignment at halfback. Harry
Keepers, another Ex-Tiger, is
rated one of the top ends on the
Canal Zone today and should be
on the receiving end of many of
Gibson's long tosses.
There Is some optimism today
among1 Gold Coast fans regard
ing uristoDas'STenances ior a
football crown this year and
many believe .the only hazard In
tonight's contest is the ever
present danger of dverconfi-
dence. There is no question, but
that the Tigers are in shape and
ready for the, season.. They but
ted heads with the favored Bull Bulldogs
dogs Bulldogs in their one quarter of
the Jamboree and both teams
held each other tb a standstill.
Cristobal scored their lone tal tally
ly tally at the expense of J.C. the
only, team In the Jamboree to be
scored upon by all of their op opponents.
ponents. opponents. The Tigers have a sol
id, well balanced club and when
compared with Jr. College's
bench, -the Tigers are pretty
much solvent in reserve power.
Hugo .Tompkins, first string
end. became the first Tiger ca casualty
sualty casualty for 1958 suffering a bad badly,
ly, badly, bruised eye in Wednesday's
work-outs and became a doubt
ful starter for tonight's game
The Tigers have suffered less
damaging pre-season injuries
this year than ever before and
will open hostilities tonight
pretty much intact.
Kick-off time for tonight's
game is 7 o'clock,
GUN CLUB
NOTES
All pistol shooters, both Gun
Club and Police, are invited to
a pistol match which will be
held at 9 a.m. tomorrow.
This will be one of the last
matches held at the present
Balboa Police Pistol Range,
fake your .38's and the usual
small contribution for refresh refreshment
ment refreshment and make this a success successful
ful successful and well attended match.
BROWN FULLBACK
HONORED r
NEW YORK (UPI) i- Brown
University fullback Paul Choquet-
ie ot wiute Plains, N. Y. has
been chosen the Ivy League
"back of the week? for his play
against Vale last Saturday.
Choquetle a 200 pound junior,
gaind 118 yards in 16 carries to
lead brown to a 35-29 Victory. 1
DRIVE-IN
' M TODAY.
POPULAR NIGHTI ?
- fl.10. vPERAR!
i James STEWART. In
"BEND cf;THE RIVER"
In TECHNICOLOR!
,'-'-SAT.'"-i SUN."
WEEKEND RELEASE!
GLENN FORD
Shirley McLAINE til
"THE SHEEPMAN'
in TECHNICOLORI

;,'fvA Hl? -el
By HARRY GRAYSON i
SOUTH BEND, Ind (NEA)
Seismographs In faraway places
should detect the earth shaking in
the triangle running from South
Bend in upper Indiana through
East Lansing and lower Michigan
to Ann Arbor on Saturday.' v

Three tremendous football
games are to be played within
these few miles, .and this handi-
capper likes Army by two touch touchdowns
downs touchdowns at Notre Dame. Michigan
State over Pittsburgh and Navy
in an ulcer-manufacturer at Michi
gan. t .... .,
In Red Blade's own ords. Ar
my was positively too good to be
true smacking South Carolina and
through the first half against Penn
State, rolling up more than 500
yards from scrimmage against
eacn and completing nine con
secutive passes in the first 30 min
utes against topnotch class of
Nittany Lions. And a swift defense
matched the attaclt.
Army had Notre Dame on the
run a year ago, when Coach JBlaik
let the advantage get away start
ing with a nick Pietrosante run
as a rather mediocre second team
defended late in the third quarter.
aut tne nu deiense may be a
vastly different dish than the ones
put up by. South Carolina and
Penn State. The key to the con
clusion of this series between the
Irish and the Cadets could be ra rather
ther rather simple. The ND line racked
up Don Meredith. Souther Meth
odists remarkable passer.
Jee Caldwell. Armv'i pnunfor.
part of Meredith, stands six feet
but weighs little more than 160
pounds. He is a -prime candidate
to be led away early or. shaken
oacuy enougn to impair ms effect
iveness. The West Point hope in
this case would be soohomore
frame uianda, who moved, from
fourth to second string last week.
itegaruess of how well the Celts
close in on the quarterbacking
oaii-nanaiers. it is the hunch here
that Army will continue beinr too
gooa to be true. s, y (
With is slickest quarterback I-
van Toncic, sidelined, 'Pittsburgh
had something in the way of an
excuse at Minnesota, and proved
its gameness coming from -behind
to nip the Gophers. Michigan
Mate meanwhile pas having the
blazes srared out of it. and umn
ed off hckinff 'wounds desmte the
tact that the Spartans drove -97
yards to tie injury-riddled Michi
gan- s.
Pittsburahlt rich In 'mutAlr?
but Michigan State is even deep
er and tne close, shave against Mi
cnigan. should wake (up Duffy
iaugherty's mltlple offense e
nough to repulse the Panthers.
Michigan can't be expected to
sustain the momentum it had a
gainst Michigan. State for1 succes successive
sive successive weeks. Navy has been coast
ing and brigine alone compara
tively green nands with large po
tential, so u s tne Miasmpmen at
Ann Arbor. ' 1
In Big Teh matches.; Wisconsin
has too much eet-uo-and-eo fdr
Purdue, surprising Northwestern
is picked to keep moving against
Minnesota, Ohio state will dem
onstrate its might at Illinois
and
T

Editor; CONRADO SARGEANT

For the Best
in news and entertaininent
HOG-YCN
840 PANAMA 1 090 COUON

VA f p i Mi J tf K J

SILVESTRE & BROSTELLA, S.A.

fiJteAmb
SPORT PARADE

by Cohrado
M
Your Community
840 Kilocycles
PANAMA J

Iowa "won't be, caught relaxing a

gainst inaiana..
The 53rd renewal of the Okla

homa-Texas cariuval in the spar
cious Dallas Cotton Bowl has been rfi
sold out since the. first week of
September, Texas hasn't beaten
Oklahoma since 1951 and- the f

frightened moments the Soonera
suffered against pluckv Oregon
isn't going to help the Longhoar .-.
areas: ine sjpeu L v.i
On the Pacific ceast the nlcka

are UCLA over florida Southern v

(jaiiiornia over Oregon and Wash
ington over Stanford.

In the South, it's Miami of Coral "1"

Gagles over Louisiana State, Ten
nessee over Georgia Tech. Auburn

over Kentucky, North Carolina j

over south Carolina. Clemson over

Vanderbilt, Mississippi over Tu-,.
lane and exiciting Virginia over,

Virginia, Tech. ;.;

In the East, the selectons are
Darmouth over Brown,. Syracuse
over Cornell and Princeton over
Pennsylvania, while under-publl.
cized Rutgers takes Richmond in
stride while Yale bounces back
against Columbia the same way.

But always remember that ml.

lege .hoys are up one week and
down another and the return of
imc vr iwu oi me more r accom accomplished
plished accomplished operatives Can change the
entire complexion of things.
rigntf
Whatever
Happened to...
. r" 4;;,.
GEORCI WASHINOTONT CA$I 1
, .... ,
-George Washington Case: a ma.
Jor league outfielder for llryears,
was one. of the great 'latter. -day
bale.-, stealers. He ledtAmerican
League in. thefts for five straight
years starting in 1939 with a peak
of 61 in 1942... Case broke In with
the- Senators in 1937 and stuck
with Washington through 1945,
then he spent a year at Cleveland
before returning to the Senator
for his last-year in 1947 Regarded
as I pesky, hittef-rather., than a
high average man, Case -made a
run or the American League bat
ting uue in 1942 but wound up just
off the pace at .320. For his 11
years, he had a -.282 average. I
Whatever? happened to George
Washington" Casee .Now.'42 he
lives in : Morri s ville. Pa i'- across
the Delaware River front liis na
tive Trenton. N.- J.. where he is a
sports broadcaster and, in season,
baseball, coach at Rutgers of New
Brunswick,-. N. J. ,'-''
GIANTS GIT L1NIMAN V
NEW YORK (UPI) The New
York Giants have signed, Melwood
Buss Gu, a 243-pound offensive
guard and r tackle. Guy": was
drafted by the Cleveland BrowAs,
but released before the teasoh
quened. The Giants have ; asked,
waivers on quarterbacks Tom Dub Dub-linski
linski Dub-linski to .make room- for the: lor-'
mervPuks University lineman.
1,
Sargeant
Hi?'.
- '.-,
Netvvprlc Y N
-'I, -. tt!-i
iuo Mlocyclet ,. 1 1
-COLON

at 7j00 p,m.

t
t

1

;:,i

...,i!'".,iV
ir



PAGE SKYZX
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, X95S
S-.-V

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

1

FaMaffla.fchmese u0low;-tjaK
. - " I mm mm .. 'OB M

idicap I-

ace
.7' wi

Seventh rSeries

II n Five Furlong

Racers

Dash

. "A field of ten seventh series imported thorough thorough-hrtvta
hrtvta thorough-hrtvta will match strides tomorrow afternoon in the

featured $400 five furlong Panama Chinese CotonjH

Handicap at the President Kemon raceiracK.
W.-jt'l. !..' I T..n. T,.rf ... kr,.' th.

A delegation representing 4 m

Race Trade Graded Entries

P.
1st

Han
RACI'

Jacket St.

OF THEV DOUBLE Purs 400.00
-lit Ran 7th Series Imp. 7 Fflt.

04

Pool CloMf 1:0

1 The Gipsy
2 DesteUo-
3 Clarucha
4 Comatosef;'

(S Dagoa Vii

6 Baranoa

1, Phillips 1U Returns from layoff
Sanchei 110 -Would aurpnse
A. Ycata 110. Rates food ehanct
B. Baeza 115 Seems best here
'.T. Sanchex412 Could make it now
-It. Correa 113 Has shown nothinf

4-1
51
2-1
4- 5
5- 2
251

Chinese Colony will be the guests
of honor "of th racetrack: dm-ing
the afternoon.- The Chinese Am Ambassador,
bassador, Ambassador, to Panama and His wife
will ;bead. the -delegations i
Dei Vecinoy Jump Quick, VespU VespU-tia
tia VespU-tia and double. Dee. shape up. as
the probable mutuels -choice in
Hie' large field. ZunUr, Deungalo, Deungalo,-pe,
pe, Deungalo,-pe, Rutilantef poble Fija Fifito
and. Mi Locura round out the- list
;:of entries, ,, ; 4U W; ?:
Leading;, joicke Braulio Baeja
will guide Double Dee. This fac factor
tor factor may cause Roberto de la Guar Guar-dia'g
dia'g Guar-dia'g brown colt to go off the bet betting
ting betting favorite Del Vecino, an ea ea-y
y ea-y winner last week, is the logic logical
al logical choice on Jorm. He' will be rid ridden
den ridden by hustling Fernando Alvareji.
.Jump, Quick, .one of the fastest
horses for a 'half, mile at the, W W-cal
cal W-cal oval-' wiM 'have fading veteran
Bias Aguirre in -the saddle. Tes Tes-pucio;
pucio; Tes-pucio; promising colt which like
Double Dee returns from a lay layoff,
off, layoff, -will have unpredictable1 Julio
Rodriguez aboard. j '
a- The secondary attraction, which
ordinarily woula have been the
(.feature, should also be a real
kizzler. Highly rated Luciano eoes
against classy-Ragazza and RosU
,t Maria. 1

Julio Rodrifiuear has' the leg hp

on Luciano while- countryman Jo Jose
se Jose UUoa gets tbe mount on Ra Ra-gazzaV
gazzaV Ra-gazzaV Baeza will do ;'he boo mg
on Rosita Maiia.' Also entered for
this six-furlong dash' "e Golazo,
Michfripa and Lobor "i" "V
CVeteran Emilio Dario guides Go Golazo
lazo Golazo Alejandro Ycaza handles the
reins-' oik slow-starting Michiripa
and Mannel Corrrea- will be a a-stride
stride a-stride Lobo which was impres impressive
sive impressive winnen last week. ;n
Ten other prospective thrillers
founds out the attractive program.

Racetrack Tips

By CON R ADO

1 Comatoit
2- Red Label
JChlto
4 Piehot
5 PaUy
6 Dependable
7 Cont'antine
I Foltetite
Double .Dee
10 Luciano
11 Henco
12 Distlngo

Dtstelle
Maria' Stuarda
Daniel
Filon
Silver Girl
Abelenge
Critic (e)
Pllluelo
Vf pucie
Raua
Tif it
, Philipipon

Is J

1

'7

',W
. :w:-:wvj?-:i::.-.j

V7; 1
r

9iJ ft AC I OP' THI.bbUBLl" Purs 1500.00 P Cleeef 1:30

n 5th Series 'lmp.1 'Ft;
t-Maria Stuardo V. .Castillo lis -Distance to liking

2-Red Label
S Gran Finish
4 NogaHno
5- Towns jWalT

A. Vasquez 112( Hard to beat here
A.' AUaro 113 Could go U the way
' B. Baeza 113 Jockey should help
'" A, Ycaza 110 Rates good chance too

Junior Lolleqe vs.

In Scholastic

Cristobal High

Football Opener

3rd Rae I" Natives I Fs. on a. i wo

. . Pwrs 1375.00 rl cieses z.e

1 Chito
2 Naranjazo
3 Daniel
4 Bugaba
5 Solito :

:, B. Baea 115 -Should scpre tasily
Vergara IIS Jockey handicaps
" F. Alvarez 113 -Could, surprise
B.j Vasquez llOx Not with- this rider
A. Credldio 105 Always dangerous

4th Race f'H". NMvs 4 Pgs. wim eu

Puree S375.M ri inm nw
lcSan Cristobal G." Sanchez-WUl fight it out
2 Pichoto B. Baeza 115 Weak-hearted quitter
3 Rock'n Roll F. Sanchez 89 Rates good chance
4 FUon A; Credidio,ll0 Ran well in last
5 fGuacamaya A.. Alfaro 110 Better this week
8 (Radickl B. Aguirre 110 Good eatly speed

32

3-2

5-2

5-2

31

3 3
31
5-2
8-1
3-1

21
21
41

52
2-1
2-1

$tt Race

Nat.

4 Purse $300.00 Pl Cieses 3:00

Non-Wnntr

1 BUao F. Sanchez 103x Has shown nothing
2- Montelin H. Ruiz 106 Unknown quantity
iZi, E. Dario 108 Makes 4ebut hert ,,-
4 Patsy R. Cruz 107x First start J toil ;
5 Silver Girl F. Justinian! I07x Showed peed in last

, .
, 1
-- fa 'fVk
),W V nNv A
s

NECKING PATYiJDick Zembnuski of Navy was hauled
1 dowm by Boston UniveMity's Jim- Kenney, arm around hie
neck, and Paul CaAcro in e second period at old Braves
Field, but' gang tackling didn't stop the hard-hitting Middies,

1st RACK OF THI DOUBLE 4th Race fth Series Imp. I
Pvrt f $00.00 Pool Closes 3:40

A. Ycaza 110 Distance to liking
F. Alvarez 113 Fractious; seems best
B. Baeza 110 Jockey will chip again -A.
Lorless I05x Not against these
F. Sanchez l02x Distance handicaps
A. Alfaro 105 Hard to beat here
A. Credidio 113 Nothing recently

1 Caracoles
2 Dependable
3 Greco
4 Sober View
5 Riotous
6 Abolengo
7 La Generals

3-1
31
3-1
3-1
3-1

Fts.
4- 1
21
5- 2
501

10-1

2-1

10-1

In the first scholastic football
game of the year the Canal Zone
Junior College meets the Tigers
of Cristobal High School In the
Balbao Stadium on Friday night
at seven o'clock.
The Devlla of J.C. hope to be
a. much improved outfit" Their
performance during their; first
"game-situation drill," the Jam,
boree,' left much to be desired.
Many weaknesses were brought
to light under the- scrutinizing
arcs of the Mt. Hope STtadium.
The College boya hava four days
iri which to correct these inade inadequacies,
quacies, inadequacies, can they do It? They
are certain that they. caA and
will. t. V,

Junior College's "Jumbo Boys."
Jim DesLondea and Gene Burch,

each weighing in at two nun nun-dred
dred nun-dred sounds, are being counted

ubon to add substance to the

JC line. Both, of the big boys
were convalescing during the

Jamboree skirmishes but will be

ready for full-time- service tnis
week. If DesLondes. a local golf
enthusiast would hit his fellow-

man as ruthlessly as he strikes

a-olf ball he could be a real

menace to the Green ana wnue

oDDosltion.

All was not wacK ior jc iasi

Friday, however. The passing or
Bill Gibson and the receiving of

Don Alexander. Ray Oakley and

Herman Keepers looked great

when thev were airoraea aae

quate time to operate effective-!

Don Alexander, playing nis
first game at halfback, showed

indications of becoming a potent

break-away threat. Defensively,
Georae Trimble; Bruce Sanders;
and Burt Mead rendered valua valuable
ble valuable servlce.;The College pass de defense
fense defense was terrific due partially
to the fact that no team found

2nd RACI OF THE DOUBLE 7th Race 5th Series Imp. I Fit
Purse $500.00 Pl Cletes 4:15

1 Plateado.
2 Loberia
3 Constantino
4 Alpina
5 (Crltice
S (Ringside-

G. Sanchez 115 wCould score agaia
A. Alfaro 110 Rates outside chance
J. Rodriguez 115 -Seenu best her
A. Ycaza 113 Last doesn't count
B. Baeza 113 J-Jockey will help
A. Perez 115 Makes debut her

OUINIILA.
CtM.4:40-

th R.c "H"ii:Natlvs 4, Fts

v oPra- 937SJN ') ri

r-Pmuelo1 B. Baeza 101 Doesn't seem likely
2 Folletit;' A. Vasquez 115 Way down, inclasa

A. Ycaza liz f orm maicaies
A. Credidio ips Nothing .in: months
C. Quiros I05x Must go lower"
J. Jimenez 110 Dangerous once more.
G. Sanchez 108 Usually disappoints
A. Perez 115 Could make it her

3 Buscapleitos

4 Golden w.
5 Bagdad
B-Tingat
7 Don Grau
8 (Noticion

4-1

5-1

EVEN
21

5-1

52

4-1
M

32

11

50-1

3-1

5-2
51

th Race 7th Series Imp. i Fat. ONE TWO
Panama Chinete Clny rjandieap Porte $400.00 Peel Cleses

1 Del Vecino
2 Zumar (
3 Jump Quick
4 Deungalope-
5 Vespucio
B Rutilante
7-Doble Fija
g Double Dee
(Fifito v. (
10 (Mi Locura

F. Alvarez 118' Vastly improved
A. Ycaza 108 Not much class
B. Aguirre 110 Distance to liking :
J. Phillips 110 'i-Could surprise again
J. -Rodriguez 110 Has speed, heart
A. Vasquez 112 Not against these
: J Ba.Jg.8dee r-Good chance in mud
.: B. Baeza 113. Returns in good shape
C. Bovil 110 Doesn't' seem likely
A. Alfaro 108 Has good speed

1:15

5 2

(-1

3-1

. 4-1

3-1

15-1

10-1

2-1
5-1
51

For the Best -in
news and entertainment
HOG-YCN
. 840 PANAMA 1090 COLON

hit 1

II I I 1 I DIRECT Panama
I I v 1 I I la IS hourt anly I

1 1. T V; afta Mataai atanM

10th' Race lnd Series Imp.' 4 Fat. Purse $750.00 Pel Cletet 1:40

1 -Ragazza
2 Rosita Maria
3 Golazo

4 Michiripa
5 Luciano
Lobo

J. Ulloa 115 Distance suits style
B. BaezadlO Could make it to
E. Dario 102 Way above, head

A. Yeaya 110 Could be upsetter
J. Rodriguez 115 Gets test here
M. CorreadlO Doesn't seem likely

2-1

21
50-1
5-1
32
25-1

ltne-

LE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
RE
RH
LH
FB
QB

It necessary to ,take to the air

against themv; . , 1 ;

The Tigers, under new coacni

Dave Ingram, showed the same

attributes they have traditional
ly displayed under retired men mentor
tor mentor Luke Palumbo; 'Flrte cohdH
tioning and a team well-ground
ec in the fundamental skills of
the game, is as .always, the CHS-,
trade-mark.

When the two teams met last

weke In the Jamboree Don

Humphreys broke the game wide

open with a dazzling punt re return
turn return to the JC ten yard line.

Shortly thereafter power drlvin?

John Boseman bulled over irom

the four vard line.

The aggressiveness of tnese

two boys, augmented by the
sweeping and passing potential

of tailback Keith Kulig, insure
the Green and White gridders a

busy night.
The probable starting
ups:
CHS.
1 Tompkins. Hugo
29 Bruce. Donald
32 Woodruff. Walter
53 Sander:, Irl
37 Peterson, John
33 Favorite. Russel
28 Crooks, Jose
18 Humphrey. Donald
10 Kulig, Keith
8 Boseman. John
35 Cotton, George
J.C.

Spurlock, Bruce
Deslondes, Jamse
Mead, Burt
Laatz, Charles
Sanders. Bruce
Burch, Gene
Keeperc, Herman
Alexander, Don
Oakley. Ray
Trimble. George
Gibson, Bill

This One Hardest Ever
Shouts Exhausted Casey
. u -r
Ey MILTON RICHMAN I tinued, "let's do this all over again
next year."
MILWAUKEE (UP1) -"This Skowron and Turley were he
was the hardest one ever!" Itwo Yankee players who came in

Emotionally exhausted, Casey .for the most hand-clasping after

the 6-2 victory that wrapped up

thp Series.
"My home run was second second-ary."
ary." second-ary." Skowron kept telling inter inter-viewers.
viewers. inter-viewers. "The man who deserves

Stengel shouted those words yester
day so he could be neard above
the triumphant djn that marked
the wildest Yankee victory scene
in the past 10 years.

Ordinarily, the, Yankees take IpII tho credit is Howard. His hit
World Series victories in their was the thing that broke it up.
stride. They're usually subdued iM'ne was onlv anti-climax."

and uncommonly matter -of fact n Sweating profusely, Skowron was

their club-house celebrations. Not 'referr ng to his three-rup eighth eighth-yesterday,
yesterday, eighth-yesterday, though. ; 'inninp homer off Tw Rtirrtetle

that followed

wjiich broke

singlp by Howard
2-2 tie.

88
70
33
44
4
17
0
5
8
7
25

LE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
RE
RH
LH
FR
QB

"We were terrible at the start

of this Series,''.. Stengel said, "But

then we come offesthe floor and

now it looks like 'we can even
play in the. National League.''

words of praise for his players

fa iri v. poured from Casey'fi mouth

He UudeoT Bob Turleyt G 1 Mc Mc-Dpugald,
Dpugald, Mc-Dpugald, "Bill Skow-ron, ftHank
Bauer and Efston ".Howard among
other. ,
"In this last game," he sputter.

ed, ''they finally looked like the

Yankees. Boy, what a Series,

wasn't it?" ' twu t,

foUPM his WAy.t-Tottgh the Crowd- v,f.Pf,,v hnM MilwauWp.

HOOFBEATS
By Cohrado Sargeant

.9 ROTAl OVTCN

KMX IUWW

Bermuda f. Ufbaa

Panama New York NON-STOP
Enrap only S37S.M

Monthly payraontt la.M

;;4' Tonn throafh Knropo, to tho Holy
' K Land and Around tho World,.

i Conaull your travol asnt tor fllfhni U

li Hit Caribbean, Central A South America.
Zii Tivoll Avenue, Panama, 1U F. i

' i m ...

Iltfi Rac "A and NaHva 7 F Purs $500.00 fl Clss.
. V A. Lorless llOx Would surprise

2 Frijolito A. Credidio 108 Enjoying best form
3 Don Brigido Gi? Sanchez 108 Not against these
4 Tinela J F. Sanchez 97x Not good enough
5 Panche Lopez F. Alvarez 198 Must improve plenty

8 Titlta J. KOdriguez iu oaeza mates .omercnte
T Henco B. Baeza 122 Jockey assures. Victory

12fh Rae 4th Series Imp. 8 Fot.Puno JaOO.OO P Closes.

10-1
4-1
10-1
15-1
10-1
2-1
1-2

1 Julio Verne
2 Phillipipon :
3 Lark
4 Distingo
5 Matrlculado

J. Avila US i Impressive win Iat '32
A. Credidio 102 r-Returns in good shape 2-1
C. Quiros 105i Not good enough. 50-1
F. Alvarez US Seems best her EVEN
F. Sanchez 10U Would pay off 25-1

Eitablished 1I93

1 KlEGHUnMISD

icotch whieKy

1

( 1
1
5 V s J

n

8 O

QUEEt:

rjAC4OMAUD 4 ptVn tlMITEaX eMaeinew, Uaa. "St

I. The third group of thorough-)

breds bought In Chile by Presi-;

dent Remon racetrack manager!

Pablo 'A. (Papl) Thayetf wa

acheduled t arrive at the tocu tocu-men
men tocu-men airport this morrdnf V ac-
. ,.j ... ,lni..n. alM

(Chile) Rodrigue and. Manuel

Phiquttta) 'Gproez. A .total of

eight thorougnoreos were ex expected
pected expected on the plane.
Two other groups have al already
ready already arrived, totalling 18
horses: The tirst group was
comprised by nine two-year-olds
which arrived last Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. The aecond group Includ Included
ed Included another nine and got her
on Wednesday.
The two-year-olds are: Con Con-dottiero,
dottiero, Con-dottiero, a chestnut eon of C6m-odor-Au
Revoir; Gran Capita,
a bay colt by Comodor-Granl-11a;
Cho'han, a chestnut colt by
Spada-Probeta: Don Tadeo, a
bay son, of Comodor-Gestora;
Belduaue, a bay colt by Bi
Burn-Usurpada; Big Sun, a
ehestnuTcolt by Big Burn-Cam-aafuey;
Perla Perea, a chestnut
filly by Iturblde Vladivostok:

Jaco, a chestnut son 01 me
Bath Road-Metodlca; and Tolo Tolo-la,
la, Tolo-la, a chestnut filly by The Bath
Road-Regodlona.
The second lot was composed
of the following:
Victoria Rerina, a three-year-old
chestnut filly by Golden Tri-umph-Stella
Regina.
Meta Fierro, a four-year-old
chestnut colt by Fifo II-Floscie.
Mauri do, a four-year-old
chestnut colt by Comovos-Char-mante.
.

Tarasca. a f our-year-010

chestnut filly by Talmado-Orlgl-

narla.

zaoaton. a four-year-old bay

colt by Vlclnity-Zapatilla.

Bardouln (ex-Qulrowieno), 'a

four-year-old chestnut colt by
My Chum-Ouisouillosa.

t.uciente. a four-vear-old nay

colt by L'Orlflflmme-Huilo Hullo.

Camakas, a three-year-pio Day

colt bv Chambronne II-Escama.

Hiehlands Prince, three-year-

old baycolt by Prince-Hlllamont.

000
The Stud Consular's disap-

nolntlne: Pocas Pllcha has been

turned over to Jos Oscar Men Men-doza
doza Men-doza for training, wlendoza re-r

places the veteran Manuel Gon-

xalez.

Another Stud Consular racer.

the two-vear-old native m'rfen
BHao, has been placed under tha
care of trainer Arturo M. Fer
nnndez.

Alolna was officially acquired
bv the Stud Peruano this week

and. w under tne training. 01

Melnaldo Diaz.
Beginning this week, the
Har Carlnthla's horses
; Posiblemente, Informal, Verrl Verrl-nanx,
nanx, Verrl-nanx, Carcaman, Monaco. Ar'
gyla, Tinela, Ragacza. Herme Herme-Hna.
Hna. Herme-Hna. Palave. Cambrlolenr and
Marilyn will race under th
training of Agustln Soane.
They were formerly listed as
trained bv Arustin Soane Jr.

Soane sr. also becomes the

trainer of record for Francisqui-

Howard Key Figure
Howard, a key fieure for the.

Yank. throughout the entire Ser Ser-ries,
ries, Ser-ries, was one of the les exe'ted

members of tb team although it
was apparent he was happy.
'.'I cnnMn't feel no b"tnr thn
J did when I saw that base-hit
of mine go up the middle." he
said soft! v. "I hit a sinker. I never
thoupht Burd"" would throw me
one, but he did."

to

ed. Yankee quarters

late him.

Haney Congratulates Casey
"Gimme five, Old Folks," Haney
said, grabbing Casey's hand and
patting him affectionately on the
head with his othc hand.
"You beat us fair -and square,"
Hanev said, "and all 1 have to
add is let's get together again
next years"
Stengel pumped Haney's hand
vigorously.
"We didn't have it easy," he
told the Milwaukee manager. "You
battled us to the ver end. That's
a ere at hall Huh vnu hav and

two newcomers win oreaa in- you ? did a fine job of managing

to the picture this weekend, the

fiative-bred three-yea r-oia

'Chestnut filly,. Patsy and the

Chilean four-year-old colt Ring Ringside.
side. Ringside. y
Patsy, a, daughter of Damascus-Good
Kitty, Is owned by

Mrs. Viola Redhead and trained
by Gerald Silvera. She is a
scheduled starter In tomorrow's
fifth race for native maidens.

Ringside, owned by Gabriel

Ossa Vlcufia and trained by Jo Jose
se Jose Reyes Olguln, is entered for

tomorrow's seventh race.

Neither Patsy nor Ringside

have been Impressive during
workouts.

0O0
The saliva tests on all of
last weekend's winners and
second place finishers were
negative. As a result, formful
racing prevailed. These tests
are another break for the lo local
cal local form player.

in this Series a

Haney smiled

"e

Sports Briefs

ALL-STAR SIGN PITCHER

NEW YORK (UPI) Pitcher

Arnold Portocanrero of the Balti

more Orioles has" signed to play
with Mickey Mantle's All Stars
against a Willie Mays' National

League team at Yankee Stadium
Sunday. Portocarrero, a right righthander,
hander, righthander, had a 15-11 record this

season and posted a 3.25 earned-

run average, 1

IN GRAND PRIX
RIVERSIDE, Calif. (UPI)

Rodger Ward of Speedway, lnd.,
has been named as a starter in
the $12,500 Grand Prix for sports

(cars at Riverside International

Raceway this week end. Ward

was victorious in recent USARC

races at Milwaukee and Trenton,
N.J.

PHILADELPHIA (UPI) -Ed

Rommel, the Americar League um

pire, posted a 27-13 recora as a
pitcher for the Philadelphia Ath Athletics
letics Athletics in 1922 despite the fact that
the team finished seventh.

real

and

good job."

bowed his

"Em with you," Casey con-

to one rurt and gam credit for the
triumph, said he was confused at
op' point in the contest.

That was just after he had come

on in the third inning with two

men on base.

"Casey wanted me to walk

(Eddie) Mathews but we couHn't

get the sign," said the vr-,,"-

right-hander. "We got it all right

when he finally held up four fin

gers."

JOS FOR JANUARY
DENVER (UPI) Don January
of Lampsas Tex., has been
named golf pro at the Pinehurst
Coun'rv Club January, or. the pro
circuit for the ipast three years,
starrW on the "North Texas Sta'e
College golfing team.

I RISE
I VJT? Inventor of Ji
'fn Aerated l
Mitra1 EXTRA I
i If HtM HEAVY I
IJVwwwyl with I
1 I "" 1UN0UN I
an, ; m aTaWP '4nttt4t-

. ,Vi. m

'eBesMoaeaeBoaeeteaeJ

LET

7ire$fono
RETREAD
YOUR TIRES
BY THE
FACTORY METHOD

Tire$to'it-
GIVES YOU
o SAME Tread Rubber
0 SAME Tread Design
o SAME Tread Width
o SAME Tread Depth
AND THE SAME
GUARANTEE
AS A v
NEW TIRE!

E

e e

Why take chances.

Let SAFETY-CHECK
YOUR TIRES TODAY!

TRANSISTHMIAN HIGHWAY TEL. 3-1501

I
i

it.
yam-
If
-i
;
:
,
.

to which Li owned by tne aiua

if

A-
Dona Merce.
1
i'1
I
',l"V:':1'',i
:r



V
t THE PANAMA AMERICAN AX IKDEPINDINT DAILY KEW8PAPEB 1-
FRIDAY, OCTOBER H, lSri
ft- FACE EIGHT
151
C L A S S.I F IE D S
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE!
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE" 2-0740
It

'I

4

l Resorts 1 1

, HJLLIPS Oceanside Cottaees
Santa Clara R. e"e t. Wione Pa Panama
nama Panama J-1 877 Criitobal 3.1673.
Spend your weekends at Rio
Mar, tha best beach in the Re Republic,
public, Republic, with all kinds of tommo tommo-'
' tommo-' dities, open day and night. Tha
new management is at your serv service.
ice. service. Commercial Sites

r FOR RENT: Two room office
auite, 48 m2 available imme immediately
diately immediately in the Panama Insurance
Co. bldg. across from Hotel El
Panama Hilton. Airconditioning,
electricity, elevator, janitor and
night watchman service, drink drinking
ing drinking fountain, restrooms. Coffee
shop in building. See or phone
Mrs. Mary Coleman at the Pa Panama
nama Panama Insurance Co. 3-0136.

PERSONALS
Herman Foster, pleasa contact
Agencies Otis McAllister, where
there is something of interest
to yen.
Albrook's Share
For United Fund
Is Set At $7200
: Lt. Col. Claude A. Babb, USAF
(representative on the executive
Jommittee for the Canal Zone U U-iOited
iOited U-iOited Fund, announced Oct. 13 to
Nov. 1, as the period for the 1958
campaign, at a meeting of the Al
brosk area chairman and manag managers
ers managers hold last Tuesday. The Canal
Zone campaign goal is $125,000,.
Albrook's prorated share is set tit
$7,200.
This year there are 17 organiza organizations
tions organizations whose working funds will
!be obtained from contributions to
the Canal Zone United Fund, Inc.,
1958 Campaign.
i Babb stated, "Give a day's pay
to help put Albrook over the top
in this drive." Col. Watters, th.
Albrook Area Chairman outlined
the mechanization of the drive to
facilitate the collection and depo
sit of money in the Chase Man
hattaii.Fanr."''
i There wuTbe a "Key-Workers"
Meeting today, at the base thea-
1 i i : i
er. rjeuges anu priiinuiiuuxi ma materials
terials materials will be distributed for Al Albrook
brook Albrook personnel.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
S DAT
LIMA TOUR
Inc. air fire, transfers, tours,
and deluxe hotel
$180
leave eve? Tues. and FrL
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama 2-1661
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
The New
NIKON
With built-in Universal
Viewfincier System
Panama
Col6n

AUTOMATIC IRONS
Morphr-Rlchards (from England) has .easily the very
best automatic iron In the world today. Good medium
weight, all chrome finish, fabric indicator, magic eye,
modern finish . and the price Is the most attractive.
MR produced dry irons and steamdry .Irons. Come and
see us when you need a good automatic Iron.
Mueblcria CASA SPARTON

CENTRAL 26-10&

Apartments

LIMITED NUMBER ONLY
EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS
Completely furnished, air-conditioned,
utilities included, maid
and hotel service. Apply: Lobby
Hotel Tropicana 8:00 11:30,
2:00 5:30.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment,
frying room, dining room, 2 bed bed--
- bed-- rooms, maid's room, wash tubs,
garage and hot water, $120.00.
Eusebio A. Morales street, "Olga
Apartments", El Cangrejo. En Enquire
quire Enquire apartment 2.
FOR RENT: Luxuriously fur furnished
nished furnished apartments, decorated by
well known interior decorator.
Rental includes all utilities, maid
service, telephone and 24 hour
watchman, Inquire at Arte y De De-coracioon,
coracioon, De-coracioon, Edificio Campo Ala Ala-gre
gre Ala-gre across front El Panama Hil Hilton,
ton, Hilton, Tel. 3-7325.
FOR RENT: Ona bedroom
apartments, in recently build
house, furnished or unfurnished.
Via Fernandas da Cordova 15
across Commercial Center. Tel.
2-2883.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment including, refrigerator. Til Tiled.
ed. Tiled. Screened. $55.00. House
112 Via Belisario Porras near
Roosevelt Theatre, 6ood vicinity.
FOR RENT: New apartments,
Transisrhmian higway. One bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, diningroom, kitchen, bath,
closets, call 3-7493.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart,
ment, two bedrooms. 43 rd St.
Tel. 2-2819 or 3-6499.
FOR RENT: Vacation quarters,
Dec. 1 to March 1, call between
4 p.m. to 8 p.m., 2-1629.
Jamaican Attorney
D. $. A. PitiRitson,
Visits Seoul Camp
The training courses, for,,patrol
leaders of the Panama Scout As
sociation and the International
Boy Scouts of the Canal Zone.
held at Colonias Infantil. Las
Cumbres, along the Trans Isth
mian Highway, Oct. 3-5, ended
with a visit from Donald S. A.
FitzRitson, O. B. E., Island Com
missioner, Badde Powell Boy
Scouts and prominent Jamaican at attorney,
torney, attorney, i
He was taken to the camp site
lent by the Lions Club, immedi
ately after his arrival on the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus at 2:30 p.m. Sunday after
noon from Jamaica, by a delega
tion of officials from the Interna
tional 'Boy Scouts of the Canal
Boy Scouts of the fcanal Zone
They included Ellis L. Fawcett
president; Raymond George, scout
executive; Pearl E. Ford, district
commissioner; Claud L. Walker,
office clerk of the Local, council;
Wilfred H. McFarquhar, council
member; Mrs. Lulitta McFarqu McFarquhar,
har, McFarquhar, president of the Internation International
al International Girl Scouts nd the Rev. E E-phriam
phriam E-phriam S. Alphonse, Dept. Chair Chairman
man Chairman of the Panama Methodist
Circuit, FitzRitson's host.
The distinguished Jamaican 'aw 'aw-yer.
yer. 'aw-yer. churchman and scouter, is a
Methodist layman who has dedi dedicated
cated dedicated his life to the service of the
Methodist youths in particular and
(he youth of his native land in
general. He demonstrated his in inherent
herent inherent love and deen interest for
youth training (especially for the
Scout movement)vwhen. he readily
acquiesced tb visit the camp site,
n item that was hot in his eact eact-ing
ing eact-ing visiting itinerary.
Arriving at the camp site the
distinguished Scouter was greeted
in the true spirit of the great
"lOVpmprit hv ""n"n o' .r" ";
formed boys (including a Patrol
of 8 boys from Troon 7. 1BSCZ;
I t'-r .. instnic'o'- Humberto Pa Pa-Isos,
Isos, Pa-Isos, International Traveling Com
I s:nnnr for Latin America of
the Interamerir!) A"''"",' "n "r
".'orld Scouts (from Havana, Cu Cu-hn).
hn). Cu-hn). who is currently h"ip lo
minister a series of leadership
raining courses for all three lo lo-""I
""I lo-""I Scout organizations Panama
Scout Association, Boy Scouts of
America, Council 801, and the In
ternational Boy Scouts of the Ca
ns' Zone.
After formal introductions. Fitz
Ritson devoted his short visit to
conversing directly with the boys
to learn from them just what
they were getting out of
what they were being taught; and
he was satisfied and happy with
the replies he received.
The visit concluded with the

CALIDONIA

LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE t OUH AUTS OB OCT OmCES AT 1M7 "H" STREET, rANAMA LIBRERIA FKECIADO T Street
INTERNAL DE PUBLIC ACIONES No. S Lottery Plaza CA8A ZALDO-CentraU Ave JS LOUBDES raABMACT-lM La CaruUl. f ARMACIA LOM LOM-BABDO
BABDO LOM-BABDO No. 2S "B" Street MOBBISON-41H of July Ave. A J St. LEWIS SESVICi-Ave. TWoH Nj. 4 jrABMACIAESTADOS UNIDOS-l9 Centoal Ave.

I lARHAuA lix-im central Avenue
ARMACIA VAN DER-JIS-40 Street No.
ATHIS Beside the Bella Vista Theatre
Automobiles
FOR SALE: Oldsmobile 1950,
four door sedan, RfrH 350 Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa 283.
FOR SALE: 1956 Opal Station
Wagon, good condition. Reason
able price. Call 3-7342 office
hours.
FOR SALE: 1951 Panel Truck
I Ton. Excellent condition. Good
tires, new paint' $800.00. Call
3-1912..
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet
Imapla, A Midget Racer, Black
& Decker Valve Seat Grinder,
Call Panama 3-4955 after 4:00.
FOR SALE: 1955 Mercury,
Montclair, convertible, full pow power,
er, power, white sidewalls, white with
black top, duty paid, original
owner, can be financed, call Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1104 for appointment,
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1958 Ford Country
sedan station wagon, 4 door, 8
cylinder with air conditioning.
Call Gamboa 6-358, Fordomatic
transmission.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet
station wagon, 6 passenger, stand standard
ard standard transmission, w radio, low
mileage, $2,500.00. Mr. Irving
Spector, call Tel. 3-2821 house
8455 Margarita, C.Z. Can be fi financed.
nanced. financed. FOR SALE: 1952 Hillman con convertible,
vertible, convertible, excellent condition. Bar Bargain!
gain! Bargain! Only $185.00. Tel. Pana Panama
ma Panama 2-2304.
FOR SALE: 57 Ford, lika new,
dadio, white wolls. Call 2-1629,
between 4:00- 8.00 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1949 Fraxer, good
condition $100. Housa 760-C,,
Balboa, telephone 2-3352.
Part Of Annuity
To Secure Bonds
Floated By RP
NEW YORK, Oct. 10 (tPIV
The Republic of Panama has
filed notice with the S.E.C. that
lt Is borrowing $16,700,000 to be
secured by $1,000,000 of the an annual
nual annual payment lt receives from
the U.S. for use of the Canal
Zone.
The bonds will be for 30 years
and a syndicate headed by Leh Lehman
man Lehman Brothers will underwrite
the Issue. A sinking fund will
retire the Issue at maturity on
April 1, 1988. A-
When lt became known sever several
al several months ago that Panama was
about to offer a bond issue, it
was announced that the amount
would be $26,000,000.
boys singing for him and giving
their pack yell, while FitzRitson
in turn told them a inspirational
story of "The Great Hill Climb
er".

llfy '&m

SFC CHARLES F. CARRATTINI, personnel sergeant of the
4th Gun Battalion, 517th Artillery, receives a certificate de denoting
noting denoting his promotion to 1st lieutenant in the Army Reserves,
from Col. Wendell P. Knowles, commanding officer of the
Artillery battalion. Carrattini, who is 26 years old and first
gained commission as a second lieutenant of artillery by
competitive appointment in 1953, has more than eight years
Army service. He and his family arrived in the U.S. Army
Caribbean in November of last year. They jreslde at Fort
v Clayton. (U.S. Army Photo)

OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
In new modern commercial building (no residential
apartments). Air conditioning available. Janitor and
Night Watchmart Services Central location, half-way
between new banks, government buildings and
Hotel El Panama, Directly on all public transporta transportation
tion transportation routes. Ample private, covered parking facilities.
Up to 2500 Sq. Ft. availablejn one area, or smaller
offices. Contact Mr. de Lima ."ELCA" Electric
Distributors, Inc. Tel. 3-1650, Panama.

a bwshiulu uinnnuim.
S3 a FARMAC1A EL BATUBBO Parq

- COLON OFFICE: 15th Street and Amador Cnenera Jia. 1UU.'

Real Estate j
FOR SALE: Lots 500 and 1.000
meter, in the Nuevo Hipodromo
Urbanization, across the Ramon
Racetrack. All lots with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBarnett.
Tel. 372567.
FOR SALE: Bargain. Modern
4 bedroom, 3 bathroom, hot wa water,
ter, water, garden, terraces, El Coco.
Ocean view, payment arranged
3-6059, aenor Aurelio.
US Communist Boss
To Supreme Courl
Appeals 2nd Time
RICHMOND, Va. (UPI) The
case of Junius Scales, former
boss of the Communist Party in
the Carolinas. is headed back to
the Supreme Court which once be before
fore before granted Scales a new trial.
The U.S 4th Circuit Court of
Appeals yesterday upheld Scales'
second conviction on a charge of
violating the membership clause
of the Smith Act. The clause for
bids anyoDe from knowingly be belonging
longing belonging to an organization which
advocates the violent overthrow of
the government.
Scales was sentenced to six
years in prison following his sec
ond conviction last February at
Greensboro, JN.C. i
His attorney, Telford Taylor.
said Monday night in New York
that the conviction would be ap appealed
pealed appealed to the Supreme Court.
The unanimous opinion Monday
upheld the government's right to
disclose only those portions of
classified FI records directly
bearing on testimony in the ease.
Scales, a 38-year-old native of
Greensboro who now lives in New
York, contended that he was, de denied
nied denied due process if law since he
was not permitted to see all of
tne FBI documents in the cast,
Scalea had rnntended In lilt an.
peal that the Smith Act member
ship clause violated his constitu
tional guarantee of freedom of
speech and imputed guilt merely
from association unaccompanied
py any uniawtui conduct."
The Supreme Court reversed
Scales first conviction in a ruling
stemming directly from the
court's Jencks decision in 1957. It
ruled that FBI reports of govern
ment witnesses in criminal cases
must be shown to defendants.
Congress, however later passed
a law authorizing the trial judge
to decide what part, if any, of
FBI reports the defense should be
allowed to see. It was. this law
thai Scales challenged in his lat latest
est latest appeal.

... n.. 7;
Lefevre I Street EABMACIA "SAS'Via PORBAS Jll a) NOVEDADES

Home Articles
FOR SALE: Bargains, new Kan Kan-more
more Kan-more dryer, $80. Large Frigi Frigi-dairt
dairt Frigi-dairt $75, Electric stove $400.
Windmill $150, call 3-6059.
FOR SALE: Carved Chinese
chest, silver eftest, crib and mat mattress,
tress, mattress, stroller Venetian blinds,
misc. items,-6414 Lea Rios, C.
Z. Phone 2-3182, after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: Must leave Isth Isthmus,
mus, Isthmus, refrigerator, living room,
dining room set, stove. Altamira
No. 15, 96th Street,
FOR SALE: Diningroom set,
table, 4-chaira, China closet anal
buffet $90.00. Mr. Irving Spec Spector,
tor, Spector, phone 3-2821 house S455
Margarita C.Z.
Wanted to Buy
WANT! TO kWY Cash Chev
rolet 1951-1954. Castillo dur during,
ing, during, office hours. Tel., 3-5376,
WANTED SMOOTH TIRES,
SUITABLE FOR RECONSTRUC RECONSTRUCTION.
TION. RECONSTRUCTION. RECONSTRUCTORA NA.
CIONAL. PERU AVENUE 7.
PHONE 2-0406.
Divisa Institute
Teacher Will Study
Under Point 4 Plan
Mieuel A. Concencion. Panama
nian teacher at the National in institute
stitute institute of Agriculture in Divisa.
is scheduled to leave shortly for
Puerto Rico, where he will under undertake
take undertake studies in agricultural educa
tion, as a partcipant in a pro program
gram program on research, agricultural e-
ducation and extension,- prepared
and sponsored by tne internation international
al international Cooperation Administration, bet better
ter better known to Panamanians as
Point Four.
This project Is the second phase
of the reinforcement of the Na National
tional National Institute of "Aericultre at
Divisai and Conception' if one'" of,
four to be. trained In th, next
three years. &l
Concepci6n It graduate of
the Institute and is presently on
the teaching staff. He is in charge
of the farm equipment shop, in
addition to teaching the use and
maintenance of farm equipment.
His nine months training at the
University of Puerto Rico will
center around the methods and
principles of agricultural vocation vocational
al vocational teaching with emphasis of farm
equipment. It will also provide
him with two full semesters of a-
cademic training.
Upon his' return to Panama,
Concepci6n will again manage the
farm equipment shop and teach
farm machinery' operation and
maintenance at the school.
MCELROY SEES SHOW
SEOUL, Korea (UPI) U. S
Defense Secretary Neil H. Mc
Elroy Wednesday watched the
biggest air show ever held in the
Republic of Korea. Mc&iroy, on a
Far East tour, joined 50,000 other
spectators at the annual air show
staged b; 130 planes. The show,
which featured air refueling op operations
erations operations and supersonic F100 jets
of the U.S. Air Force for the first
time, was postponed from Oct. 1,
the traditional ROK armed forces
day, to coincide with McElroy's
arrival.
all
II
SEE US FOR
Amateur
Radio
PARTS-
MAST-
E Z WAY
TOWERS
ANTENNAS
lor
Land
Sea
Air
at attractive
PRICES
CALL 2-2374
TELE-RAD

HAMS

ELECTRONICS

-t";-' J '

Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: English saddle,'
perfect condition; girl's bicycle,
fair condition; Sandal! 81 -bass
accordion with case, perfect con condition,
dition, condition, H a 0930, Amador
Road, Balboa.
FOR SALE: RCA Table Model
TV,. 17 inch record Changer. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition. Tel. Ft, Kbbba,
84-6242. 5 -to 7 p.m.
FOR SALE: One complete "S
gauge model Railroad,' la ready
to run. Houses, farm, industrial
plants, round housa, talking sta station,
tion, station, coal loader and many more
extras. Just needs somebody to
run it. MUST SELL, no offer
refused. Telephone C.Z. 3-1795.
FOR SALE: COMPRESSOR 3
H.P., THREE'-PHASE, GOOD
CONDITION. LARGE SAFE AND
TWO FILING CABINETS.
EVERTHING CHEAP. RECONS RECONSTRUCTORA
TRUCTORA RECONSTRUCTORA NACIONAL. PERU
AVENUE 7. PHONE 2-0406.
FOR SALE: Piano. Wurlitxar
Practico. One year old, perfect
condition. 2032-H, Curundu.
FOR SALE: IMaro "Flame" and
filly "Dancer". Also, two aadllea
and one bridle. May be seen at
Pacific Saddle Club, Pedro Mi Miguel,
guel, Miguel, '.:.v
FOR SALE: TWQ MONROE
ELECTRIC CACULATORS.
CHEAP. RECONSTRUCTORA
NACIONAL. PERU AVENUE
7. PHONE 2-0406.
Paroiso eet
Your Neighbor'
Party Tonight
The -recreatinn pnmmiHsa nt tha
Paraiso Civic Council has com completed
pleted completed plans for a "Meet Your
Neighbor" party which will be
held tonight at the Paraiso gym
nasium from 7 o'clock' until mid
night.
The COmmitteft.-fnvftna the imm.
munity,,. adults a well1-as high
school student: f: atttonrl this nnr.
ty which has been designed to
Dnng neighbors and mends to together
gether together for an evenins of frolie.
fun and entertainment. v
-As a special attraction, there
will be a show featuring local tal-

MSGT. RAYMOND C. PEARSON, gets a different Job and a
new nameplate indicating that he is the sergeant major of
the VS. Army Caribbean School, Fort Gullck, from tt. Col.
Philip M. Judson, ateista:nt commandant of the school. .Pear .Pearson
son .Pearson first Joined the' Army in 1939. He, succeeds MSgt, Rich- 1
ard E. Davies who has assumed the duties OL.NCOIC with
post special services. He was sergeant major Of the school,
lor six months. Pearson and his family have quarters at
Gulick. (U.S. Army Photo) i

i Fast-Moving Western Adventure With,
Laughs.
"THE SHEEPjVLAN?'
Release Tomorrow and Sunday at the
DRIVE.-IN" Theatre. ;

, t!ilenn Ford; who ha scored in b6th outdoor action
dramas and comedies, combines the two tn His latest M-
fl.M "THE SHEEPMAN relaata tfimorrOW End

S at tha "nRIVE-IM"

with Leslie Nielsen, Mickey Shaughnessy and Edgar Bu Bu-'
' Bu-' ehanan heading- the supporting -:' !'"i:,iivi-
"THE SHEEPMAN" offers something new In the "way
of early-day Westerns. Telling the story of a. seemingly
mild but fast-gun sheepman who invades the hostile cat cattle
tle cattle country of the 1880', Its action is replete with fist fights,
gun battles, horsemanship and the menace of an entire
community against a single man but added to this is a
large slice of humor In characterizations and plot situations.

J v tft
. WANTED: Experienced radio,
f TV and record changer technl-i
' cian. Salary commensurate -with
i experience and ability.' ; Apply
, Tropelco, S.A. with references,

SERVICES
- ; TELEVISION SERVICE
, W REPAIR IN
" ? YOUR. HOME. $3.50
Ye get service the1 same day
WE GUARANTEE. OUR WORK
LOS ANGELES trained techni technicians.
cians. technicians. Crawford 'Agenda. Phone
.2-1905 Tivoli Avenua 18-20.
- Complete,' lasting repairs. jAII
- makes of TV, Hi-Fi, transmitters.,
Ellis William and Alfonso Shirley
2-5113.
Protect jyour home and proper property
ty property against insect d a m a g
Prompt s scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
basis', Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1 777.
TELEVISION SERVICE
Prompt service
..' Fair, price
; Boston Technician
30 years In electronic ........
6 MONTHS GUARANTEE ON
PARTS INSTALLED. Ask for MR.
TV, Panama 2-3142. r
"U.S. TELEVISION"
The eldest independent TV Serv Service,
ice, Service, In Panama, and the Canal
: Zone, No pick up and. delivery
charge;'; 9:00 A.M. ; to 10:00
P.M., Saturday -.ta 6:00 P.M.
' PH, 3-7607. ;-.
Domestic Employment
WANTED Experienced cook,
must deep in. $40.00 to start,
small family. Ferferico Boyd Ave Avenue
nue Avenue D4-22.',-Bi';-..- -.V:
WANTED: tWoman with good
references, live ; in, housework,
cooking, laundry1 and children,
Sunday off, ; $40 tnonth. Navy
3711 4-8 p.m.
ent such as the Gay-Crooners Fine
Art ehoral eroun and the Skytones.
There also will be music, dancing,
rerresnmentf ana a nassrei oi gro groceries
ceries groceries as a special door prize. .',
, s ' -ft
- iach person sttending. .er:itan
kning to attend, will be requested to
1 smau lee w-neip aeiray -eApeua-
es.
p.trrln KhlrleV McLaine.

"""L. utcJ?CsMr 'J fl

..iy .... j and''..' j
' ? : It i

WANTED -Ri-lingual errtary.V
.Mutt he intelligent, able and
willing: to learn. Excellent werkV
ing condition and good pay. Part
time also acceptable. Plaasa ap apply
ply apply in person. Kol Shearith Israel.
-36U and Cuba Avenue. Apply
betweeii 11 and 2. dally. Phone r
3-0206.. I

Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER A", DIABLO
BOX J2II. CRISTOBAL, CX -PHONE
BALBOA 370,
TO RECONSTRUCT A ,TIRI.
SIGNIFIES ECONOMY. WI
GUARAKITrr ftllD UAtv Nl
CONSTRUCTORA NACIONAL
PERU AVENUE 7. PHONI 2.
0406. .. 1 w
Lessons
Profeuor. nraduata af UhIvmIi.
of California, M. A. degree front
oxtord, secures excellent result,
tutoring college and collag pre.
r paratery aubjects. Phena Panama
2-1541, Mr. Francfa Fielder.

Dogs j

FOR SALE: Two Pekeinese twa
monrns i 010. i el. 601 HeuMj
tvi-D, Coca Solo.
FOR SAle: "Vliio" AKC
Istered Cocker Spaniel, excellent
companion, quarantine expire
one monrn and cannot wait. Far
jnformatwn calf 3-6 12 and)
as rar riayd.
WANTED
WANTED -Dutch teupl with
twa children withe a I.
bedroom chalet, furnished ar un.
. furnished with maid's ni
raoe. oarden. aaad lakk...j
Respontibla firm) will guarantee) '.
, ram-ai conrracr. Maka otter a
telephone 2-3 120, office 'hour, i
WANTED North America
couple dadre twa ar three bad-
V IMM lurtaml a. -L.f i
-- f rr- nair iirnnff.
f tha better teeidentlal areas,
swr nave targe living and dlit
H laui uTa. iaff ak aiaaa. .
.vfi,uit a-i t aftap
i4 p.,v r 1 ,, ti,j.. i
FIRTILIZER PLANTS 100 J
Www. vntjrr tttm pm v.
can ""Agricultural Chemical i
has contracted to 'purchase H
stantiaUy U the physical 'tl
i of the KnoxvilU irrtiiia,
wuu jnaviv... w Rnoxviua, Wi-
yilte, JohnsoiirCity, Tnn
London Ky,
Today's Opening
STOCK PRICES
ACF Ind ,
Advocate Asbesto $
Amer Cyanamid
Amer Motors
Am Tel and Tet
Anaconda Copper
Arkansas Fuel :
Atlantic Refining
AVCO Mfg.
Bethlehem -Steel
, Bicroft Uranium
British Pet
Burroughs
Canadian Eagle
Celanese
, Cerro de Pasco
- Chance; Vought
Chicago Gt .West
. Chryslei?
; Cities Service
Coastal Caribe
Crown Corp and Seal
Cuba Venezuela Oil
' Daystom
DuPont
El Paso Nat Gas
Eversharp
Fairchild Eng
i Fargo Oil
Felmont Pet
Gen Dynamics
Gen Elee ..
Gen Motors
Gen Plywood
Getty Oil
Gulf Oil
Harsco Steel
Harden Newport
Howe. Sound
Martin Co.
-New Eng T and T
Norden Ketay
Northrup Aircraft
Olin Mathieson
' Pancoastal
Pan Israel V
Pantepec Oil
Phillips Pet
'Phillips Pet
" Pure Oil v
RCA .v,
Reynolds Metal
Royal Dutch Shell
San Jacinto y
Shell'T .and T
'Signal Oil and Gas, A
Sinclair Oil vv, 1
( Socony Tttoblle I; "
Srtarrv tianil
1.15b
' 52H
22
61
88.
499
92b
15
40
b
23
42
47
44b

60
ib-;
S8V4
204V. i
33
18b
11
65 -17
8Mb
f' 5894, -'
67V4
49
18V4 ;
27A
113
- 89

15Vi
11V4
31H

144
28 h

41
, 8 1
1 ab
46

46
39b

.40
" 48 )
28b
42b
' 60
,-50
' 22 j
58 1
- 2H i
1760b
35 'j
20b ;
s60;
41
2
66
4,u-

to . ..
Stan Oil N.J.
Sterling Precision
Superior Oil
Texas Gulf Prod ?
Underwood ..' -,,.
United Aircraft, ; ..,
US Rubber
US Steel r
Westinghouse
Wheeling Steel

1

V i

V
fit
. (.. : .(
- ll.



rr

FRIDAY, OCTOBER II, 195i
J HE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
, PAG JIt
TLaUtk JLSU HI PUMTCJ
;."By CfcURGK WUNDR 1T11E CTORY OF MARTHA WUN
Taken for a Ri
Is WILSON BCKLbCal
v
PKISCULA'S POP
That's What She Said
J AL VEKMUX

omaTwees must k soms mktake. )Me.LD, rw aor wew$ Kours
tws Mes-Dwusn-OF wiladclwia, yS W

i ,-, saw, that's the swruotms.oowtecTus1
jfc i C MOfTnSPOSTTC-yj AUY togg TiaaiBLE THAM,
TrCAKHITSCT, AREN'T" J'. If" 70OH, fM KM UEVEZ.TWS

cocktail, terry
J:! PiNNER Will J

f PIP YOU HAVE A HARP PAY WnOT ESPECIALLY,
j in tour FtyiN ofrcE csn nJUPiu J

K 4LU1 oor

rueCU.ES AND EH IRlEIfSft

Good Thing!;

T MSBJilLL BLOSSERl

VjTl I CUMII P AC TLiAUWCI II Pile CTil I a.rr

HOLD Or THE BALLOR.TOU P HAVE TO CHASE

llArJCTAlDC rr. . r-, 1

. -"i

YOU'D BETTER ,BE 1

CAPPPiu ;TiiA.e-r

THAT BALL MISSED

INCHES:

INCHES? itK
MISSED YOU BY J

rrMAT'sieo)

Keeping Quiet

f V. T. HAM UN

OU WEBEMTWTTH BECAUSE THAT'S J OH, YOU MUST KNOW.

O0PW.'Tir wZERVN10T THEWAY MORE THAN THAT

SOT BARSEP. HOW V ALLEY POES

THEN PYA KNOW HE'S i THINGS)

NOT GUILTY

AS CHARGED? J

ORY3U WQULPNTl

HAVE SAID WHAT

YOU DID.'

HAPS

I DO

TO

WELL, WHAT DYA THINK? DOES I WOULDN'T RE

m rr nei i v iikiriu uuri t uim -n wu hi. u.'

TDOPORTH'OU-

e IX y Mta n TW1 f

BOOTt AND UK RUDDC9

"He Takes the Bait

Kf IDGAR MARTIN

BIGS BUNNY

Tested

- I r take my u ri'LL xjutYr
f- J.1 '4. word y AVt r5!!
HOPS VOU'RE r FOR IT. rM TO! OOPS rm.
P WIGHT ABOUT )( ELMER! JM ...5CWWY7

WHY DON'T YOU LOOK

WHERE VOU RE

v 1 ls!k now Pya believe
I! L I Kjflkt MET THERE A1KIT J
3 m,Mtl Jf

- ,1 WOTHM
L TWP?V 1

' t IHt W T. K. T.M. U. M. W.

I JUST

-

THE TIRDW Or

"1 IlZiB

f TAIN -JEAST

Suave Guy

By LESLIE TURNER

r 111 1 IT POWMiUVT- RUM AMD PlAVi M
" fclM PKARt VOU 50MY1 BUT KEEP 1
WW MAftllrtCEtlTi RI5KIMA AWAY FKOM ANY I
I iW AMD SHAPBlY LIM TD X WOK KIPNS! S

TUBUS AWT NOeOPKV HIS MOTHER, THEN? I VE5, t'W JUT Hl T IHWS AN
MAM OR BSASTi CAR BUT VOU" RB TOO O0V6RNI5SI AM SYS FOR BEAUTY.
TAKE WLLARp WOW YOUMfit THB BLOOM. I WUST 5AY VOlVS i I'M. A P0ET1 00
MB! BUT HE AWT W YOUR, CHEEK5.-THB GOT A WQC EYE! J YOU COMB TO
v M.E BROTHER,! YyOUTHfHJL eVE.AW0 W,, tH PMtKWITK
lB
;Y 1 1 f e mt t, MA Un. T.M. T U.. PM. OT

illl

MOTHER

KNOWS

best -jam

!Ml-mjr;e nun

KNOWS THAT IT 16 n T-

SATK TO LKAt? HfiR NENWL.V HATCHED BABIES

V i v ... 1 ".111

' WORT MEEKLB

AU In Fun

By DICK CAVALIJ

'V' m -"""y WELL I I I THEN YOU u
TTHOUOHT I OUESSHE 6H0UL0 W ( MAD? L
VANCEY WAS j 5 SPJJSJ
LyKsrVf V him

(WHAT MAKES YOU II II
THINK I'M MAD?
IIIMIlji "" T'M' "'

OUH BOARDING HOUSE

1th . v MAJOR HOOPLI OUT OUR WAY

feSM OPFEWauS COULD USE A

W.YCUDin"WT.Vl "T. LITTLE rOLPTICAL.''

p-ni? aiiceuatv- 4 c iuun.rt3 ck; b ihai iuuv

!MN THIS mx "1 N0W IP IT HAD SEENJ FOSTER AND I ASKn

fcWLS wouLtj'VsVr ?,,iv'.fc'!, J tiI Al kmembck ths :; v

BACKED YOU TO

A MAN HOW

COMB YOU

THS

CALL?,

A CHALLENGE TOMY RAN POI? fnMAfirp4c

TALENT5-0iy-. KOR SOMETHING AhT

KflFF kAPFX t f THEV WROTF iM YotiB

Ofcufcvt i xl ne i NAME ft

CATCHER f

JO

9

BY J. R. WILLIAMS

HOW'S THIS FEpJ U&IM' NO, I DON'T PAREIF K;
S3 V HEAR MA ? THE HOStt V II (SAVE HIM A SWAT HE'P, tT
rd WONfT REACH AOUNDThI PR08ABLV WATER -' I
! m HOUSE, SO I FIGORBPOUT J l THE FURNITURE.' J l
I j V SHRUBS OVER HERE l"T fT"
K THIS WAY, o M
j 7" JP

DAILY FORTUNE FINDER
To !mi yrar "Fartun ff tdf from th tUn, writ in th JctMrt
of th alphabet Mrripn4in( t th nurmrali an th lint ( th attM
loical paria4 in which ywi war kam. Yau will Bn4 it fun.
t I 1 4 Si 7 1 10 11 UllU1iHI7HMJ!MMMJIM

A 1 C P t P C W I IK IMHOFQtSTU V W X V

t&UT MOTHER GREBE

rLAMS HOUSKBOA.T FOR HBTR
BKOOP FEKWIMO THEM AROUNC,
SMLkS ANP WARM AMOM3 THE
FEATHERS ON HER BACK-.SVBN
FEEPIN THEM IN THIS POSmON.

7-8

SIDE GLANCES

By Ctilbraith

tg 1BB By W tien, hn. g

iM T 5 14 B 18 15 31 1 B 13 18 21 12 IB B 1
1".JI0 1 23 13 18 18 35 20 5 18 13 14 1 20' 6 4
afV'io 11 U 9 34 5 4 B 15 18 18 12 B IS 8 14 20
MAYiO 12 6 U 7 2 18 15 4 8 20 JJt It
' JtiNl'! 15 6 7 15 15 4 2 B 12 12
mi? 18 13 12 18 23 T 18 15 4 22
a"q.M 2 21 4 7 5 20 1 18 25 22 9 8 20 15 18 25
ffill' 18 5 14 20 IS 5 14 20 1 12 20 18 B 18 19
OCT.? 6 1 21 2P 18 18 22 18 1 15 11 B 4
jUSy-M 18 15 18 5 18 15 14 5 25 1 18 19 21 18 5 4
DICV'm' 7 15 15 4 12 21 8 14 2 3 25 B 14 7
Jan."' 18 5 13 I5 I8 1 2 8 1 4 22 1 14 S 5

n 0fW M0(g
W.H. KIRK Fruttim Syiidifulf, Inc.

mm i

i in

T.M. 4 ll. 4A K.
C 1MI kf MA bnti kK.'

"Then ha ha! She said she was going to elope!

H8 loves this moving belt! Mind If he rides through
with your groceries' too7V

Faltering Philip s
.'hiNfi'f lift filled ntb braise.
tAlrs wenld lemTB bi heme like new.

. viasstnees, lust tne rtrvi eiitev

J1-s't t mK-"'" I '.I 'fliC' -Tift if-N'V ..lt'' '' KV-f f ,.. -;V .vv'.rt.ti"-

'TK,ww5trf,:''

AfOVA$ PANAMA A fiWAYS

PANAMA-MIAMI $55 q0
MIAMI-ATLANTA $27,35

PANAMA
ATLANTA
Today's

S M cm NEWS
3:11 Dinah Short
4:30 Open Mind
4:M Adventur Tomorrow
4:S0 Mr. Wlmrd
1:00 Fury
S:S0 PANORAMA
T:M People'! Choice

7 SO It Could Ba Yeu
I 00 Country America
tOO Meat McGraw
:0 Thin Man
10:00 Wrestling ,
11:00 CFN NEWS V
n.lS rrlday Nlht Thaatrff'
llackaut.

Courtesy pf Aerovlas Panama Airway :
PHONES: PANAMA: 3-10573-169831699
OFFICE HOURS: from 8 i.m. to 6 p.m. 1

1 4

f

t a (

J I



- ' ' : ; 4 V ' ' ' ' . v. -, .

j(w., I Jf MM MM MM mm mm MM m. mm mm mm mm mm la u mm MM 11 Mr if h MM' f. t I fi 1 Ai li rr it I . ., v f rs.-. f A ri I a

II:

Former Tax Official Is Held
In Mexico Pending Extradition

; MEXICO CITY, Oct. 10 (UPI)
Authorities here today set
Oct. 16 as the deadline by
tfilch the U.S. Embassy must
present evidence justifying the
xtradition of William C. Bo Bo-'ijhelli,
'ijhelli, Bo-'ijhelli, N & former state official
'wanted in California on bribery
Charges.
U The foreign office formally
J' ratified the embassy of Bond Bond-i's
i's Bond-i's "arrest and relayed a request
Irom the attorney general's of

fice for proof that the charges

pending against Bonelli justify
Ills' extradition.
J- The evidence will be present -jed'to
a federal judge, who will
Jhave 90 days to decide whether
to recommend extradition. He
frill conduct hearings at which
Bonelli will have an opportun opportunity
ity opportunity to confront his accusers.
The judge's recommendation
jrill go to President Adolfo Ruiz
ICortlnes, who will make the
final ruling on the case,
i Bonelli, who had been living
In Mexico for two yeau under
thf- alias "John W. Buell," was
(Wrested Wednesday by Mexican

po'r;c who had been on his1
trail for two month",.
; Thf embassy, apparently tip tipped
ped tipped that Boenlli was in the
t'juntry, had supplied Mexican,
authorities with photographs
nd fingerprints of the iutitive,
who was eventually traced to
an apartment in the Anzures
district.
He is now being held in the
JLecumberri Prnvpnt.ivo PHcnn

Where he presumably will re remain
main remain until a decision U reach reached
ed reached in his case.
The 63-year-old fugitive, a
former official of the Califor California
nia California State Liquor Tax Commis Commission,
sion, Commission, has refused so far to talk
to newsmen. A UPI correspond correspondent
ent correspondent who sent in a request for
an interview got a brusque
"hell, no!" for an answer.
. Bonelli's arrest produced a
flurry of statements In Califor California
nia California from high-ranking political
figures seeking office this fall
Both Gov. Goodwin J. Knight,
Republican candidate for U.S.

senate, and Sen. William F
Knowland, GOP nominee for
governor, called on President
Eisenhower to expedite Bonel Bonelli'
li' Bonelli' extradition. Atty. Gen. Ed Edmund
mund Edmund G. (Pat) Brown, Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic candidate for governor,
aaid the case of the former
board of equalization member
accused of violating tttie
state election laws should be
kept out of politics.

Democrats Long-Time Split
Over Civil Rights Erupts

WASHINGTON (UPI) -The
long-time split within the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Party on the explosive civil

rights issue erupted yesterday in a

bitter dispu e over Louisiana s rep representation
resentation representation on the Democratic. Na National
tional National Committee.
The jurisdictional dispute may
foreshadow the most bitter civil
rights fight at the 1960 national
convention since 1948, when many
Southern delegates stormed out of
the convention to form their own
"States' Rights" party.
The latest row was. prompted by
the action of the Louisiana Cen Central
tral Central Committee Wednesday in vot voting
ing voting to remove Camille F. Gravel,

a seii-styiea segregation moder

Albert Waid Post
Of Legion Must Get
New Home-Simon

silt i&' ;t

Distracted Driver
Who Blames Monk
Found Not Guilty
A driver whr was en intor.

in looking at a monkey at the
ide of the road that he crashed
into the back of another car m.

peared in Balboa Magislra es Court

yesieraay enarged with following
another vehicle too closely.
He was Leavell F. Kelly 48, of
Gamboa. Judge John E. Deming
found him not guilty, however, afi afi-er.he
er.he afi-er.he blamed the monkey for the
accident and said he did not see
the car in front in timo. He clai Ti Tied
ed Tied he was following 75 feet be behind
hind behind the other car on Gamboa
Road and was doing 30 to 34mph.
Driver of the car he ran in'o
was Gabriel Molynoux. Both cars
,were badly damaged.

G,

0.75

0.40

TODAY
:50 4:52 6:54
9:00 p.m.

A MASTERPIECE OF
SUSPENSE!
MICHAEL CRAIG
BARBARA BATES
BRENDA DE BENZIE
HOUSE OF
SECRETS

(In Tprhnicolor)

Vista
Vision!

' O la

ANOTHER RANK FILM

GEORGE SIMON
The American Legion's Elbert S.
AAID KPoSt No. 2 must move out
of the "ghost" area of Old Cris Cristobal,
tobal, Cristobal, declared he Post's new
commander George Simon after
he was elected at a special meet meeting
ing meeting last night.

Simon, a Worm War it veteran,
said he would press for a new

home for the post in the France

lers is in a practically aoanaonea

area of Old Cristobal and as
result our membership suffers

he said. "And without members

we are unable to fulfill our oblisa

tions in civic and community af

fairs."

Another main aim of the post
during the coming year, he said,

was to pay off for Lucho Azcarra
ga's Hammond Organ.

Simon, an executive of Parke
Davis Inter-American Corporation

in the Colon Free Zone, has been
a staunch worker for the Legion
since he joined in 1945. In 1948 he
originated the idea of the Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Goodwill Award which

was adopted by the Department

of Panama m the same year. He
served on the department execu executive
tive executive committee; has been depart department
ment department vice commander and chair

man of the Foreign1 Relations

committee.
O'her officers elected last night
were: 1st vice commander, Paul
Rozmeski; 2nd vice commander,
Luther J. Quinn; finance officer,
Jules Leladie--; chaplain. Richard
DeTore; and adjutant, Joseph D.
Morgan.

!

WEEKEND
CENTRAL

1:00,
4:47,

2:40
6:53

8:59 p.m.

.75
.40

mi

VI V 'BBSS

" "VI w

I Newman

ate, from membership on the na national
tional national committee, the party's high

command, y

Democratic National Chairman

Paul M. Butler, an ardent civil

rights advocate, issued a state

ment Thursday, challenging the

the authority of the stale commit
tee to take such a step.

He said Gravel "is still the

Democratic national, committee

man from Louisiana and he will
remain in that post until the con

clusion of the 1960 Democartic na national
tional national convention" unless he is re removed
moved removed for cause by a two-thirds
vote of the national committee it

self.
Butler said the national commit committee
tee committee alone is the judge of its mem membership
bership membership and that a national com com-miieeman
miieeman com-miieeman "does not serve at the
whim or pleasure of a state com committee."
mittee." committee." He noted that the Louisiana
committee based its vote against
Gravel on grounds that he sup supported
ported supported the civil rights plank in the
1956 Democratic platform. Under
party rules, he said, such a charge
is not grounds for removing a na national
tional national com mil tee member.
He said he was certain that any
showdown on the issue before the
committee would "result in an
overwhelming vote to uphold Mr.
Gravel and retain him as a mem

ber of the committee.

On the basis of the facts now

available to me," he said, "I shall

urge such a course with all of the

vigor at my command."
He praised Gravel "for his in integrity,
tegrity, integrity, candor and intelligence"
as a member of the national com com-mirtee,
mirtee, com-mirtee, its executive committee
and the Democratic Advisory
Council. He said Gravel "is re

spected by the members of all of

these bodies.
Butler made no mention of Jett
Talbot, the segregationist who was
chosen by the state committee to
replace Gravel. Talbot said in
Baton Rouge he would present h is
credentials to the national commit committee
tee committee "at the first opportunity."
, But Gravel refused to step down
from his post. Insisting that the
state committee proceedings were
illegal, he said he would take his
case before the national commit committee
tee committee at a meeting later this year

in either Kansas City or Chicago.
Sen. Russell B. Long (D-La.)
said it would be "a serious mis mistake"
take" mistake" for Gravel and the national
committee to stage full-scale
showdown on the issue.
He told newsmep that Gravel
"shouldn't want to repesen an
unwilling client and the national
committee should not insist that
he do so."
Long said it was conceivable
that the dispute might lead to a
situation wherein wo Louisiana!

delegations might seek to be seat seated
ed seated at the 1960 national convention.
In such cases, convention dele delegates
gates delegates 'hemselves would decide

which delegation to seat. Any floor

fight over the issue couid set' off
a showdown 'party fight over the
entire civil rights controversy.

OUTWARD TO THE STARS (15-Return to Earth

Readrstoy on pags 6

By Don Oakley and Ralph Lans

I

1 ""W MMBMMMHMMMHBHHMMMMMMHBIMHaBK

- MMT 1 !.'(

I AS

(1) The first manned space satellite U now
ready to return to Earth, after lew hours or days
in orbit, as the cast mar be. In order to slow
down, the wins tip rockets are iwiveled to Art
forward, counteractlnf the ship's orbital velocity.
It Is no longer satellite, but a fallinf projectile.
Or, if it falls too fast- flaming meteorite.
(2) As the ship enters the atmosphere It Is still
moving at tremendous speed. The wing tip rockets
are pointed downward to aid the ship in climbing
tack into space to cool off.
The procedure is repeated numerous times until

speed of the craft is cut enough so that it ean
penetrate the denser regions of the atmosphere,
Then normal control surfaces take over and the
craft becomes a glider; or if its rockets are used.
normal rocket plane,
(3) Landing is accomplished In a conventional
manner, probably on a western dry lake bed such
as those from which its predecessors (the X-2,
Skyrocket, X-15) took off years before. Still trav
eling at high speed as it touches the runway, the v
, plane releases parachutes from its tail to brake it
The ground crew races after the plane to greet
the world's first spacemen. The pilots will then

face what they may consider the most difficult

pnaie oi weir assignmentthe Interviews with
scientists, medical examinations, the ; detail!

study of the Instrument and camera records oil

we nig ni.

KO Later, after subsequent fliAtt. films taken'

by pilots in space will be viewed by eerthboundl
citizens on their wall television utmia stni!

later, ''live" television pictures from a ship Is orbit

mar ow ovwnca hj noma viewers, while the older
generation marvels, their children will WOtPttUW

nwiiMu pun oi weir uvea,
Wextt TfenuMtOrbltera,

Federal Aid

May Rebuild

At Clinton

Qeoortee Gets
Years After
Car Parts Theft
. Mariano Diaz, Panamanian was
sentenced to three years in the
penitentiary when he came before
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe in the U.
S. Dsitrict Court at Ahcon yester

day on two charges.

He received two years for steal

ing a tire, jack and jack handle
from the car of Carl E. Seyers-

dahl and one year for returning

to the Canal Zone after deportation.

CENTRAL

3

Lita

MILAN

In

John
DEHNER

THE LEFT

HANDED GUN'

SOON

nsfL

From the shaming true

confessions that made
millions gaspl The book'
that revealed more than
a girl ever revealed about;
herself before 1

Dorothy

MALONE

Errol
FLYNN

TOO MUCH
TOO SOON"

CLINTON, Tenn,. Oct. 10 (UPI)

I A federal education offical from

Atlanta was to begin surveying

bomberd-out Clinton High School

today with the propsect of provid

ing federal funds to help rebuild

the school.
Edward Paulette, field repre representative
sentative representative of the Office of Educa

tion, said he would determine the

amount of aid that can be pro

vided through a federal aid pro

gram.

Paulette was ordered to Clinton

by U.S. Education Commissioner

Lawrence uerthick, who sat on

meeting of four Anderson County

officials and two White House

aides.

The commissioner called Paul

ette immediately after the meet

ing. He said he believed the gov

ernment could supply part of the

estimated $300,000 needed to re

build the high school.

R. G. Crossno, a member of the

county school board, told news

men after the conference: 'Wele

hurting now and need some re

lief. We didn't expect an answer

today. We thought that was too

much to ask for."

Meanwhile, it was reported in

Clinton that en anonymous caller

had threa e ed the county s

churches will go up like the

school" if they are used for inte

grated classes.

Several churches had offered

their facilities while the school is

being prepared.

Three blasts Sunday wrecked I e
interior of the 30-year-old brick

structure. Since then investigating
officers, including FBI agents.

have checked the school and Clin Clinton
ton Clinton in search of clues leading to
the bomber.
The 859 students, including 11
Negroes, resume classes at Lin Linden
den Linden school in Oak Ridge, Six miles
away. Linden, which has stood,
vacant, was offered by the Atom Atomic
ic Atomic Energy Commission.
Crossno was accompanied to
Washington by County Judge J. D.
Yarnell, school board member O.
C. Mayes and acting county attor attorney
ney attorney rank Wilson.
They asked help to get the
that Congress be asked for an in insurance
surance insurance program against terror terrorism
ism terrorism in Integrated school districts.
"We could not get insurance on
the school locally under the con

ditions that we've had for the
past two years," Crossno said.

Navy Doc May Make History Tomorrow

By Swimming Panama Canal In One Day

If Navy Dr. Robert Legge

succeeds in swimming the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal tomorrow, he will be
the oldest person ever to do it and

the first to travel the distance in
less than 24 hours.
At S3 the bald, mustached sur surgeon
geon surgeon will be undertaking the long longest
est longest swim of his life. His best prev previous
ious previous distance was 20 miles in a 25 25-meter
meter 25-meter pool in San Diego.
The 15th Naval District medical
officer swam 1,200 laps without
stopping then.
Only five swimmers have cov covered
ered covered the 35-mile Panama Canal
before and none in less than two
days.
The first was a New York li.e li.e-guard
guard li.e-guard named "Captain" Alfred
Brown who called himself "he

champion long-distance swim Verl

of the world."
Brown, ballayhooed as the, con-

aueror of the 22-mue swim De

tween the New York attery and

Sandy Hook, swam the Canal ov

er a neriod of three days in 1914

He left Gatun at 4 a.m. on a Sat

urday and swam as far as the Gal-

lard Cut point off Paraiso. On
Monday he resumed swimming at
that point and reached Balboa at

2:30 in the afternoon.

Zen offcials would not let
Brown swim through the locks
so hm walked across them at Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Miguel and Miraflores.

Six months later two Panama

Canal employes swimming togeth

er covered the waterway in seven

successive Sundays.

J. Wendell Greene, retired pay

master of the Panama Canal Co.,

and John Bmgaman started on

Aug. 22 and finished on Oct. 14.
traveling as far as they could

each Sunday.

Their total net time was 26

hours. 31 minutes.

Then came the mucn-puDiicizea

American author and explorer,

Richard Halliburton, in August,
1928.

He swam the canal from ocean-

to-ocean in 50 hours over a period

of eight days, Paying 36 cents
lockage fees, he swam through

each lock, following behind tran

siting ships.

The story goes tnat wnen Ham-

burton entered Miraflores LicKs,

man from the tower shouted

down.

"What's your draft?"
"Nothing forward and two feet
aft," is tha reported reply of the
guld in the explorer's boat.

Aboard his launch Halliburton

ItHI

Ri

a.1

m.-.tfxp.fmm lmJ

1A!? R0BSRT ,Fl lEGGEI! 'wUl W experience, akfll and enthusiasn. against the whims
of the Panama Canal tomorrow. The Navy orthopedic surgeon will make the big dip- early
tomorrow morning in an attempt ,to span the 35-mile--waterway from Gatun, to Pedro Miguel

also carried a photographer, news

reporter, rifleman for .shooting al
ligators, and a companion.

A West Point cadet. Charles Mc

uinn ot uatun, was the last suc

cessful conqueror of the canal. He

Ancon Dentist Is
Amonn 14 New
Zone Employes

Parents Protest Against Colorado
Schoolmar'm Who Punished Kids

v RUSTIC. Colo. (UPI) A 58

year old teacher sat alone this

week in a one room country
school. None of her 10 pupils

showed up.

Eight parents in this small

mountain community, about 43

miles northwest, of Fort Collins,

refused to send their children to

the school as long as Mrs. Esther

Wilkins Murphy is behind the

teacher's desk.
They said Mrs. Murph? "is al al-together
together al-together inadequate." and re

quested that she be discharged or

resign. ....
Tm ready to quit." said Mrs

Murphy, serving her first term at

the school this year, "ine hoard

wants me to

don't know,"

stick it out, but I

The 10 pupils attended classes
last oil Friday. They didn't show
up Monday, Tuesday or Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, .while Mrs. Murphy sat
alone. The board has instructed
her to remain on the Job, regard regardless.
less. regardless. W'tt
The eight protesting parents are
members of wo families related
through marriage.
Two incidents kicked off the
ruckus.
Little Steven Molgard. 0, found
himself tied in his chair by two
older boys.: ,-l..;,.v..iv

Said Mrs. Charles Robinson:

"My son, Tommy, helped tie
him in the chair. He told me
Steven was there for an hour1 or
an hour and a half until school

was ou..
Replied Mrs. Murphy:

' "He couldn't have been tied
more than 15 minutes. He wasn't

hurt or anything. As a matter of
fact, he was always hard to keep

m ms seat and he stayed

mere ai er mat."

. .The other incident occurred last

month when Mrs. Murphy took

the children on a picnic at lunch-

um. :

- "Two of the boys asked meif

they could go down the road."

Mrs. Murphy said, "I told them

o E0 no further than thn hriHuR

I meant the culvert." ; :

They wandered more than a

mile away. '. '"V,?

"The children were eohe 'more

than two hours and she didn't call

us or know whore they were 'tier 'tier-self,"
self," 'tier-self," said Mrs. Dayton Robinson.
t School b(sird officials had, ho
immediate solution, i t- ti:

"I feel the parents are eaiis ns

their children 'o be classed as

truants," said Frank L. Irwin. La

rimer County school superintend superintendent.
ent. superintendent. "The compulsory education
laws will have to be brought to
bear sooner or later."

A dentist for the Ancon Den

tal Clinic was among the 14 new

employes joining the Canal
Company government during
the period beginning Sept. 16

and endine Sept. 20. according?

to a report from the Personnel
Bureau. The dentist is Dr. Ken

neth L. Sagrans, of Maiden,
Mass.
Other employes recruited In
the United States are John D.
Beeson, of Kansas City, Mo.,
commissary supervisor with the
Supply Division; Marvin Clum Clum-pus,
pus, Clum-pus, of Brooklyn, N.Y., structur structural
al structural engineer with the Engineering
Division; Raymond. P, Laverty,
ot Brockton. Mass., graduate In Intern
tern Intern with the Supply Division;,

ana biu i, Kyan, of Scott Citv.
Kansas, personnel assistant with

tne Personnel Bureau.

Employes hired in the United
States who have prior service
with the canal organization are
Louise L. Hanbury, of Washings
ton, D.C., staff nurse at Gorgas
Hospital; Robert J. Saarinen, of

Newark. N.J ,t supervisory stew steward,
ard, steward, 'sales and service branch;
and Joseph J. Saitta. of New
York "City, auditor, office of the
Comptroller.
Of the six new employes hired

locally, four are former Canal

mployes. They are Mary M.

Harrison, of Woodsfieid. Ohio.

itaff nurse at Gorgas Hospital;
Ruth; p Hiildtquist, of Fishers'
Island. N.Y.; .'clerk typist, a Ma Marine
rine Marine Division and lclsa E. Wat Watson,
son, Watson, of; Panama, clerk, Internal
Security Office. . yyh'

New employes with no Wior

Cpnal servlc. are Clols C. 'Duf 'Duffle,
fle, 'Duffle, of Vernon, Texas, mechanic
with the Maintenance Division;

and Marie R, Garlock, of New
Haven, Conn., staff nurse at

Gorgas Hospital.

did it in three- days in the' sum

mer oi iyso while on leave from
the Academy. V

The" Navy's Dr. Legge tomor

row will try to become the sixth

man the heat and e 1 e e t r i c a 1

storms cooperating.

The
Judge's Bench

Julio Fernandei de Calderon 60,
Panamanian was found not guilty
by Judge John E. Devintr at Balboa

Magistrates Court today of Ioter Ioter-ing
ing Ioter-ing on Ancon Boulevard yesterday

Sabas Gonzales, 19, Panama

nian, was fined $5 for having no

widshield sticker on his automo

bile and further $10 for failing to

appear in court on the proper

date. "v, !.-

Yeather Or Not

This weather report for the I

nours ending 8 a. m. today Is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographie Branch of the
Panama Canal Company: T

Balboa

IEMFERATURE:

High

Low

HtMIDITYt

High
Low

85

73

WIND:
'(max. mnh) S-ll

RAIN (inches) .01
WATER TEMP:

(inner harbors) 82

Crlst6ba)
.85
V

92
1i

SE-9
.01

II

BALBOA TIDES

SATURDAY. OCT. H
High Low
1:47 ji.m.,1 8:ls a.m.,
2:14 p.m. 8:S7 p.m.

II I 1

II j' S&ivKvjSSJ''

" PRltlS; 075 0.40,.
-TODAY-
45 4:10 8:40 9:00 p.m.
Ifeonthe -screen!
L
The explosive,
lusty stoiythat
20 million readers!

sudd never could
swtnade! 1

-BSBXOIWJ

mm:

wSW(BSMMB!iiii iiiiiiwijwMMimw

NOT APT FOR MINORS!

t
i
i

ft

i
!
i
t
!

' 9
,

)
41
.4

i.
i
,