The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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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]
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Panama -- Panama

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

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Death; In Colon;-
CrSsh Kills One ;
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u.noman an maior leaeue Dase-

ball pitcher Huraoerto kouhisuu
i i probably escaped .death or serious
;, Injury early this morning when
he decided to go home instead of
continuing to celebrate his return
" -1 withe'-group of friendsv.

w One personNia died and three
-! "ethers r& seriously njured-'Whcn
. RobingoB'a JS5 Ford., yhwh he
had .loaned to a 'friends ran into
s palm tree near Sixth Street jo
' 'the New Cristobal area of Colon.
' : As a result of the collision, Do Do-ri
ri Do-ri Hush 19. died in the ooerating

room oi the Amador. Guerrero
iintnitaf nd Robert. Newball (the
driver), Shirley Mmnott and James
Baptist are on me ,Beriuuwy u
list if'the hospital. Newball. is
said" tb be. most critically' injur injur-i
i injur-i ed of the three, The accident oc
"curred-shortly After 5 a.m .V
, Following a tarty held by the
hall nlayer's frienas ana reiauvea
i to celebrate his return from the
tt c 'mho hp bpcamfr the first
-Panamanian to be on thesrosfrr
'of a WoHd Series team' (Mil (Mil-'
' (Mil-' ...onirsa BravM. Robinson, went
!for a tide in his' ttfLomobile. with
the. two; couples. -v

, Shortly before. 5 .m I.Bobbie
. 4 decided .to go home 1 antl left the

v car with Newball so tha,t he could
take the .others nome na urm
k back -the automobile' back latere
v, Robinson's automoDiie wa
. most completely demolished..,-

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MAGISTRATES la both Balboa and Cristobal have been presented with gavels and base plates
'of historical interest and significance-by the Canal Zone Police Division. .: The gavels and
base plates were made from wood salvaged from the Governor's house, when It was recently
remodelled, and from Panama Railroad' crosstles recovered from the waters of Gaum Lake.
'The crossties were used during .the French Canal construction era 'v'j 'ou.V;.'
' The idea for the gesture by the Canal Zone Police was' suggested by Capt. Stewart P.
Trail, of Balboa. Formal- presentation was made by MaJ. B. A. Darden,Chlef of the, Police
Division, to Judges John E. Demlng.) Balboa Magistrate, and to Judge Loren B. Hlllsinger. Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Maaislrate. Sornwith the Cristobal gavel and plate are (1. to. t ) Constable Sherman
C. Brooks, Darden. court clerk Carmen A. Bieberach, Illllsinger and Lt'R. G, Nichols.
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Ptrch

The fiationaT Assembly yesterday voted almost unani unanimously
mously unanimously to' summon' the Foreign Minister and the Minister
"of Agriculture to appear to"-explain what steps are vbeing
taken' hy the government regarding purchases being made
by the Canal Zone government in foreign countries. 'i
C" There was only 'one dissenting vote. It came from"
Colon Assemblyman Victor Navas, untir recently; Minister
of Agriculture and Commerce,' who said nothing much js
gained by Verbal duels between Assemblyrnen and Min Ministers.''
isters.'' Ministers.'' 4 1 ' ' :f f f
; Debate on the proposal introduced by opposition. As Assemblyman
semblyman Assemblyman David Samudio .brought sharp criticism of re recent
cent recent statements made by Canal Zone Gov. W. E., Potter
regarding. Canal Zone purchases," s. ,.
"Foreign Minister Miguel Moreno and Agriculture Min-
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Ister Albertaf ooya are cnuuiu iu o(-KO

deputies' on'ThursdayV,
' In presenting the proposal,
Samudlo pointed out that It Is
common knowledge that Pana Panama's
ma's Panama's foreign policy Is conducted
by the President and the foreign
Office, but this was a case of one
of the clauses of the. treaty be between
tween between Panama- and the. Unitea
States' being interpreted ay
president of a commercial enter-
- J?Bmudio said if Potter' re
marks had been made by trie
VS Ambassador ltt woum
been a different matter and
would have to fie leii enurciy
to the president and the Foreign
Office. 'v ' l! 1 j.
Durlnf an anpeatance
meeting of the Panama Chant- ;
her of Commeree last week,
potter urged JmnroTements in .,
the nuality and qnantltv or
. Panama products, .descHbin
the rarral Zone as' a "fd
.mine" to, Panamanian Indus"
try, but warning 'that it was
not cantv market." f"i
i In answer to a question Potter
made Clear his position that the
Canal Zone was npt; bound to
buy any product from Panama
or from the- United States if it
can be obtained elsewhere, at a
better price
SSSSSErUfW stand on
the Samudlo proposal was op
posed hy Assemblyman Aiireao
1 KaDVl Aienmu. jr.. wnu uwo
greed with his colleague's state.
ments and went on to call Pot Potter's
ter's Potter's remarks "stupid.". -.
Other 'statements attributed to
Afeman' during yesterday's de-
bate today brought a public pro;

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To Te 1
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tesVand explanation, from As As-nemhlvman
nemhlvman As-nemhlvman Rodolfo 1 Garcia de
paredes, manager of Industrias
Lacteas S.A
'', Garcia d Parades said he was
not present at yesterday's ses ses-ston
ston ses-ston but had he been he would
not havK fct that time called
Aleman's attention to the lat
ter's aspersions regftMinsf P0-
However3 he lnvfted Alemah
in vihit his dairy at any time to
convince himseir or ms- error
that, there Is a dirierence ne ne-tween
tween ne-tween the ouality 'of 'the milk
rvnf u nid In Panama 1 and
thvw sunnlied to j the Canal
Zone. ',u .C
United Fund Will 1
Profit InJPolice;.:
Auto Auction ;
. Th rtfltial 7.nne Police As
anrtatinn is? conducting an air
auction, with CFN television as
the auctioneer. ,
' tti for sale to best bid reach
In the -Zone's "finest" before
11:55 p.m. Nov. l'is a 1953
Tirir ,4-donr- sedan, duty paid.
It was donated, bv Smoot and
W and the
' i 5 "Puna fj.
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on display at Bal
K, PrvHrn Station. ;
i Bidders are invited to- look ; it
over, fill out a bid and give it
to any Canal Zone police of
Bidders may get'iurtner'oe
tails by calllrig Balboa ,a-1277:

Lei the people know the truth end the

PANAMA, R. P TUESDAY,
ill
Jurisdiction r
ssue Raised
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By Garter-
In a reply filed yesterday to
a suit brought against him last
month ln.U.3. a E)istrlct Court,
contractor John V; Carter xals xals-ed
ed xals-ed issues of both the time ele element;
ment; element; and jurisdiction,
He, did not bring -up the ques question
tion question of Panamanian sovereignty
In the Canal Zone as he had saia
he'would when he accepted serv
ice of the summons and com
plaint last month. ,.
The Americana businessman
whose firm has its headquarters
in Panama also entered a blan
ket denial of all charges made
In the suit fof $13,645 in wages
and overtime. M, 1 '
The suit presented by District
Attorney Rowland K. Hazard,
was brought, by the Secretary of
Labor of the United States on
behalf of ;34 Panamanian woritr
men jt 1 ? r v
It charges that Carter failed
to observe the $1 minimum wage
nrovisions. and also the overtime
provisions. 01 me fair tjauur
Standards Act In performing a
wharf -repair 1 Job at Coco y Solo
between Novt 1957 ana Apru
1018 ',
- In an answer filed by his at attorney,
torney, attorney, Woodrow de Castro,
the contractor sets forth that
th effective date of. Ms con-
UiractvUh the Navy was June
13, 1956, which was -prior to
the enactment of legislation,
purporting ,to extend the evt
erat e of the U.S. himimunt
wage law to the Canal Zone."t
' tThis legislation was enacted
in the late summer of 1957).
Carter also points out that the
nlf named ir the contract was
discontinued before enactment
of the leKislationv '.He- further
'"That failure to pay minimum
pomoensatlon or overtime as
nrovMed irr the Act was in good
faith, in conformity with; and
reliance upon what defendants
were informed and believed was
an ad ministrative practice and
fnrrment Pollcv of the
sorretnrv nf Labor. : excluding
from the applicability of the act
the wages f emnloyes engaged
in the transportation of, freight
and passengers from places
within the Canal Zone t.o places
outside the -Canal Zone. or-con
tiguous to the canai.zione.
Jn TftUina-the issue of Juris-
xtftinn over contracting firms
established hi Panama and, do doing
ing doing business in the Canal Zone,
pi rontends that because he
vlred. hJt workers- n Panama
their claims are governed on
Panama's Labor Code -,
This In effect challenres the
apnlieahllity of the VS. Fair
Labor Standards Act to Pana
' contracting Arms when
they perform in the Zone,
Carter also alleged that the
Court of Administrative Claims
of panama has consistently held
that the contractual relations of
employed hired within the re republic
public republic with their employers are
governed by the provisions- of
the Panama code.
carter's reply "made ho mer
tlon of the question of Panama Panama-nlan
nlan Panama-nlan sovereignty in the Canal
hj it 'I i
Zone,.- -
When he was Served with a
summons in the suit on. Sept. 22,
th. Panama 'businessman said
he would fight the suit all the
way rto the UJS, supreme uouri.
He Said t the principal issues
would fbe those t of,,( sovereignty
and jurisdiction, f mm.m.
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Sentence! I hifTheff
Of
rvianevi
ti-yf-S-AiJ.V.,-?;
. f Theft of a watch valued at
and cash! amounting to $2.50
from- his occasional x employer
brought a suspended sentence
in Balboa Magistrate's Court to
day for Eduardo Borden, '19,
Panamanian, j ;;-.vv:
Borden pleaded guilty to tak taking
ing taking the watch and. money from
the Quarry Heights Quarters of
Charles L. Feckham, a military
officer. . 1

country i$ gafe Abraham Lincoln.

OCTOBER 21, 1958

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PRESIDENT, Ernesto de'la Guardia Jr.-holds.'Nlno Milldn in-.

his arms during the young man
morning,, , 4 "'

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NINO MILLON finds the Presidencla Just as comfortable for sleeping as his grass-rjut home
in the hills behind Ocu.'ot the air-conditioned international Hotel where he is presently Quar. ;
tered President Ernesto de la Guardia Jr., who sleeps In the Presidencla too. endorses the.'
"babv's judgment to his parents Pablo Aizprua ( left)- and Florentlna Aizprua' (right) as a nurse
from the Panama City Children's Hospital holds six-week-old Candldo. ' f ;

Lip Paz I Rocks With Gunfire As Revolt
E?upts ;MgainsfiB6lividn Government

.LA PA2, Oct. 2V-(UP1- An
armed revolt against the govern,
ment of President Hernsn. Siles
Suazo broke out at dawn today. A
state of siege was imposed on Bo Bolivia.
livia. Bolivia. ." ; ..' .J
The revolt was attributed to the
opposition Bolivian. Socialist Fal-ange-i
(FSB).'.The state radio said
four ; JFalanglst leaden were -ar-'
retted
Th radio said the sovtrnmont
cantrolltdl th tltuation end thet
th .teuhtry was flm utlle fv
La V'tXtVfy&SW-ty l&WP't'W fj.
But it also urged members ?n
the government ; National,. Revolu Revolu-tioharyMovemeht
tioharyMovemeht Revolu-tioharyMovemeht (NRM) to take
up arms against, the rebels.
'i At least j two persons were ;te
ported killed W clashes during the
, L; Wi itnl We wefct
fulnait by the sounds of funfre
and gronade .oxplotiont.
It was reported tht the rebels
attacked the homes of Wilfredo
Lopes Villamil': Chief, ef Political
Control,: and his predecessor, Col.
Claudio San Roman,- The Colonel
said his assailants ustd: tear gas
in addition to guns, out were
driven ofL He said two .persons

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s Visit to the' Presidencia this
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were killed in the center of the
cujr near ,ujo nvwi .aj.
i .Minister ef Interior Wsltor
' CuoVara roaehod the govorn govorn-mtntal
mtntal govorn-mtntal palace at 4 a.m. A short
timo later Jaimo Aranibar, an
aid, aa d Twwamon would h
given dotailf of the "frustrated
'. eoup'l this afternoon. ,
tpre'sio
oalace at T a;m,:and immediately
received Gueyara, for a report on
the rebellion, the; second attribut attributed
ed attributed to the falanee this year;; i
Shortly thereafter, the state ra
nio reponea inai iaiangii tcauets
Amado Rodriguez, Lucio Meavei
Gustavo Chacon and Roberto; Var-
ilf "was lalsot announced tthat the
MNR-dominated Chamber of Dp;
puties bad approved' a state of
siege at the request of the govern-
ment, Alt public snd private bus business
iness business operations were suspended..:.
A. warning Of possible trouble
was hinted it last -night Jn the
chamber when a sDokesman fora
leftist ; group said the security 0f
the state war m oangerri
The MNR has held power since

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ilPi Busiest Babp

Visits

Gets Himself Job

Nino Millon got a 50-acre farm' today.'
He took it Ivina" down. -4 . .'

Then he was promised a
through' to grdduation from

V,r He got an immediate Arfor sleeping. 1 A
" Just, as Panama's First Citizen is entitled to'do,
Panama's Millionth Citizen slept in the Presidencies right
through the call his campesino parents Pablo and Floren Florentine
tine Florentine Aizprua paid on President Ernesto de la Guardia Jr.
Six-week-old Cdndido also slept,,, through his own
birthday party yesterday, though by lona distance. The

party, attended by his parents,

dista. Candida was in his crib at the International Hotel.
: Panama's most famous young gentleman knows a
working man must get his rest.. Working matt? Certainly.
His Social Security card lists his occupation as ."Nina
Mjll6n...., Vf'.V v,-;--"

,At the Casa del Perlodlsta
yesterday, Candldo's parents re re-cflved
cflved re-cflved the gifts which had been
pledged from deputy Comptrol.
1- GrnerirEdTiaLrcih McCd'.7.
and members of the Census and.
Statlscal Department' before : a
large group of officials, well well-wishers
wishers well-wishers and newsmen, ?
The Aizpruas are scheduled to
It led the successful revolution a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the.' military junta in April
Theatre Guild v ? ;
Holds Tryouts
Tonight At JWa.
;tTryoutslorv.the'L'.Theatre Guild's
third play ;of, the, current season,
"My Three Aneels,' will be held
at the JWB-USO, 729X La Boca
Road, s'Balboa.1 tonight at J:&0 p.
ni; and tomorrow, v at the same
' ?Th cast requires seven men and
three1 women of various ages. If If-,;;'My
,;;'My If-,;;'My ;Three iAngels' fs.' come-dy-by-
Sam and Bella Spewack n
which three; convicts become: the
good angels of a sadly, harassed
French -Guiana household at
Christmas time, It will be direct directed
ed directed by Mrs.) Priscilla Peade.- -X
In addition, to the cast, the Thee
tre Guild will need volunteers for
set construction and decoration as
for stage manager, : properties,
sound effects, and lights. Anyone
with an interest in the theater will
be' welcome. Previous experience
is not necessary.

tin CENTS

Ernsiiibli

aovernment-Daid education
University.
was in the Casa del Perio-
take it east
tnmnrrnn an.4 Jim

part again for Oca Thursday. Thursday.-.Crowds
.Crowds Thursday.-.Crowds of curious spectators

. M4y conimnra to fruit uMcie- -f
th- Tntci. i '--nj iicl to eetn
gHmpse of Candido and his par- 5
ents.

Gifts received hv f.h
of -Ctedldo- vestel-dft

plot of land in ,Ocu, a, house to

oe duui oy tne' National Hous Housing
ing Housing Institute and cattle for -the
Aizorua. family.

ine Aizprua's also received
$275 in cash,-consisting of two
$100 savings accounts from the
Banco Nacional and the Compa-

nia uenerai ae! seguros,. $25
from the Casa del Pantal6n and 'V.
J10 from each of the lions Clubs,
t Balboa. Col6n, Panama; Ca-
pira and Chorrera. ,. ',
Other presents' 'Jncludedr
A year's supply of milk, pro- '.'
ducts; three-month supply of i
tomato products; five shares of
stock of Compafiia Panamefia
de Seguros: five shares of stock"
of Compafiia Irving Zapp; a
baby carriage; six months sup sup-ply
ply sup-ply .of baby foods vitamins for v
one year; three household artl
cles, to be chosen by the par
ents: free dental care until th
age of 12; '3 month supply of ""
fruit luices; a ticket on a raffle
of a trip to Europe: a babv mat-
tress and pillow set: a crib;1 25 -eases
of baby food; diaper
bag; cerealx until the age-of
ten: a folding aluminum tfaby l'
chair:, a baby dresser; one dosea.
shirts an electric beater? a
yeai supply of sosd, powder
and baby oil; two eases ofroat 4,
meal; a case of toilet tissue;
three sweater's, thre nnin- f l

rocks and sfx baby TanfJe3Cl
dozens of diapers;. 500 baojlf
diaper soap a dlaner wsi-hlwg -"pchlne;
o" pair of shoes ever v

three month durlne his rft

vear In school; a baslnetter free
hotel stav in Panama Cityffned. :i
leal assistance- on his travel to

ana irom. ocur a sterling silver
babV set: a Cold 1 nerklarn an4
medal. i i
4 Nurses, 2 Doctors
Joined PC Rcccr.ffy
Four nurses and two doctors
were among the employes joining
the Canal organisation during the
tirst two weeks or this month, ac according
cording according to report from the Per
sonnel Bureau.:'';;'.s't,:'v.:v'
. Only one employe," Nadaie M.
Versich, of JKtoney, Minn., .staff
mire at ijnrgas Hospital, was re recruited
cruited recruited in the Vnited States.' f ,'
Employes with prior service who
were hired locally- are Arnoldo B.
Brooks, of Colon.' biological t aid
with the Sanitation Division in
Cristobal; end Ella1 F' Peterson,
of Williamstown, ;Pa.i staff nurse
at Gorgas. :n&.-v.;y,-,:--r'i v;
Other new emnloyes are Violette
J,. Parson; 'Of Horseshoe Bend I-
dahn, and ,--;Theresa K. Kingsley,
of Duryea, Pa., staff nurses at
Gorgas; and Cant.; Quentin H.
Lehmann. and Maj. Wilbef H.
Whitsell, of the United States Ah
Force, who have, been assigned
to- the sta f C-?- Sf'o Hospital. ;
- Lehmann Is CU: of the Radio Radiology
logy Radiology Service and Whitsell ii with
the surgical service.

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RE PANAMA AMERICAN1 AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPERV-
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, l?5g,
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THE PANAMA' AMERICAN
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Labor News
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THIS IS TQU fCRUM THI MAPttl OWN lOlUMM
the Mail box

Sirs

' tiV pick up magaiines and newspapers saying J:.1?!
is getting ironi her choolchilojen and how, ttnoois in the Mates are
a re ot Iheir deficiencies and art cutting out unnecessary, courses
t And who? is laibot High School -doing? Well, the principal Called
a tea rally at eight in the morning last Friday in .the gymnasium.
Purpose? To theer on to victory the .football team. .To frticM
' spirit As if Jhey needed it. BHS has much more imatenal tlian, the

; lw warns coraDinea.. ; , : ,.n
Vrrjw i not an isolated case 'of wasted time. He calls a pep rally
every Friday there is a football gam and he does the same thing

during the baseball, basketoau ana use seawin.
Jhe kida know it is waste of 'time. They know too that teach teach-'
' teach-' Jri. k i h. .n r.iiv tiv i finlnhed. Them on a Monday

- Katott. I Udi ofcVtha footbaU field to .'watch a ROTC revier on

Why doesn't1 the Superintendent Schools tell the principal of

HS to field two lootoail teams

school sports is participation anyway, not sideline creuiins i,
ffids'go to school as their parents Want them to, and get the school
tpirit on the football field. m 1'' t
. Do you know the kids only attended school 177 days a year here
' whfla in the. States manv places get them to tha classrooms nearly
190 jor 200 days per year? '
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- School for Education, aot Frills.

k COCOU BINGO
ifrrj ' t. A.,
For many ve.ars I have been under the impression that the binso
ffaifiis here on the Canal Zone were for the pleasure afld entertain entertain-nwat
nwat entertain-nwat of the people who attended them, and that all monies collect collected
ed collected tor-the particular fame or set of irames shall he paid back to the
players in the Mrticular iwme er set of eames it was collected for.,
. Wbv is it then, that. the game in ocoli is allowed to cut the pots
and,inake enormous ..profits, and hold out money from one nieht to
th -next to build, no a bie lackpot? If the authorities are roing to

allow one game to be run that way then they miht as well turn all
the gintes into, gamblinc house and, be done with it, i
; They, claim at Cocoli the Captain of the Nav base gave them
permission to run the came the war the are running it now. Even if
he did give hit "permission in the fir place. I don't believe he knows
v lust how the game are operating noWi Something should be done
about it at once before all the games art ruined or stopped completely.

CRYING

Sir: ...
v teally must get' our crying towels in sympathy with "La
Hora'..due it the: sacrifices, being made by the monopolists of Pan Panama
ama Panama whoneed further assistance in order that they may compete
in fne commercial world like other industrialists in free countries,
Take, for instance, in my tovingf around among the working class,
whrt ire the real sufferers in this-lovely country, something I have

found to be going on in the wonderful Free Zone that always gets so

man doing good propaganda .wnterups in your sweei-woraea con
; temnerlrv. '" '.'' . r . i

, Jin American concern' recently

in the Free zone and pon1 making up tneir list ot personnel ana pro proposed
posed proposed payroll ior thetnew emplosas. provision was made to pay
ordinary labor 5fl Ventyper hoflr, tbi,arae as the present Canal Zone
minimum wage. Their supervisor or labor foreman was to get $1 an

hour.
Upon hearing of these proposed rates of .pay, on of the officials
. of the Free Zone injected his say-so into the matter and said there
were so many out of work on the Atlantic Side that it would be poor
policy to pay such high wages. This big American concern, whose
manager did not have the courage of his convictions, cut the rates
tfr 35 cents per hour for ordinary labor and lowered the supervisor's
rate. r
J Instead of the president of the Panama Canal Company being
.criticized for bringing the monopolists out from behind their low-wage
smoke screen,, he should be lauded and given the Balboa medal.
.
In the old country U.S.A. one of the strongest unions in the
New York a" a is connected with the bottling industries, such as soda
and ber. believe union labor will take Ivinc down he importation
'into Uni'ed States of products produced bv peonage labor and rates
of pav. There is also the good oln" Stevendor-Uniou, which can, and
undoubtedly will, leave these products where they belong on tht
dock. (.
, .'.It evidently was an oversight on the,art of the powdered. milk
eonranv in Panama .and Chirioui in not offering to the President of
tf Pram final Comnny ome of the powrtiH milk they pur purchased
chased purchased in Califnnjis for 28 cen.fs per noimd, C.I.F. Panama in paper
drom. iinorted ditt-v-free. ann reoacTfd in small- ran' with Pan
fmniai labo at tt w- ay and resold as a product of the Repub.
cj'f"" P5 rer's per notmr', ..:. : ,, '.', : f:- VX:''.
i, .Panama a a bitr fiihire and fortunate to have u oversuonly
ofroo'' worVir- itw)r. who shotiW he, Wooe'' naM. Then the mo
(i)onol'"ts ahot'il'I. M.wtf-. a wmnete fo;jHine arvwhre 1nttad
eftf"i.ng wit pifMs .trjing to scheme some way to get something
dUtVr for flnth?"". ., ,.v" -r-fi:H7 ;'.;.' v.v,: i
.. Viva Panamit Adolante Siempre El Atetij6n! 1

tOTTER'S TOO

Iir;. ..,.;. ..Ifvr. 'c, i.: v. f,X f,X-?
? f,X-? I think it should escape no one, Panamanian like myself
deluded, that Governor Potter had the best intention in the
I world when he aired hla vlewa In letter to the Panama Cham-
i ipeXof Commerce and then appeared before them to further
1 fewalaln what he thought to be the correct approach to the
brflblem of PanamaCanal Zone relations; .
J It hould escape ho one either that despite hla good inan inanitions.
itions. inanitions. Potter put his foot jn it when he insisted on what.haa
iince oeeh described by Panama Canal apbkesmeri as' the offi
J eial UJ5. view regarding the Panama.,Canai'a right to make pur-
, i thases wherever It felt like, "r
; I Potter must be fully, cognizant that this matter has been a
ore spot in panama-UJB. relations for tome time, so why did
he have to be so tactless? '

r i uuii i nicc niui me uvvciuur ur uu pu&caiucn iiiri, Ulan
Is the official view either, and by official I guess they mean
(State Department. What is more correct is that it is the "of-
liclal Canal Zone view," M'r,

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! J I am not stoing to discuss
I business for the Canal t buy

rut i must go along witn tne position of Fanarnaftlan statesmen

lind fairminded Americans that
It
should be complied with bv
good business.
i, f
if
COFFEE,
; Sir;
Just try to buy a cup .of

between 10 and 11 o'clock any morning. If you avoid the mob
I front the Terminal Buildint. alone- comes the Invasion nf rr.

hoppers. Just what ao many people do in so few tteamshlp of of-i
i of-i Jttcei i a lough nuestlon.
t How much longer must the Canal continue giving them a'
JJlon'a share of the privileges? Colon ha beautiful apartments
', i 4ot rent, enough school space, and Front Street is full of empty
t i Buildings which would make ideal offices overlooking the hat-
tor and thus offering a full view of .thipa coming ari going.
1 : 1 have my tingle house in Brazos all picked out once tha
I Canal gives these agent a shove into Colon. Let's keep tha Ca Ca-j
j Ca-j nal zone for Zonlani, and put all tha Empire subjects together
J In Colon. v;i : "
ft Single-house John

.NOMINATION

.ate:

-. I nominate Governor Potter
;' ' '

. ta to ., 14 oo ....

PEP ALLIES

to jei more ums um
Bingo Fast
TOWEL.
established their medical center
William Worker
. 1.1 .1 1.1.. 1.
whether or not it is good, 'sound
Australian or New Zealand beef.
since it is a treaty comniltment
the Canal Zone even if it's not
.
roor nuuc
CHAPS?
coffee in the Cristobal Clubhouse
?Man pr the, Year,"
f " Admirer

.; ly VICTOR RIISIL
(Peace mi the labor f rent, like'
ptict en the diplemstic front,
stldem bresks ovt for long. The
ante crisis is vr tmet. But But-behind
behind But-behind the scenes, in enthr
ant industry ttetl both sides
art prtparine for ,t showdown
which msy otartlo the notion.

Horo is the first story of a erl
llt-to-coma.) !'
Men of steel art raising the
boom all over 'the nation. Their
industry expects the most prosper prosperous
ous prosperous peacetime year in history.
' Prosperity., always is new, .but
more so is the happy talk I've
heard on both sides, in conversa conversations
tions conversations with leaders of steel labor
and the steel industry, They a
gree that: within aiz or seven
months the giant mills of the' land
will be operating on three shifts
at almost totah eaoacityi
Both aidea agree that as steel
goes, so goes the nation. This
means balmy economic weather
next summer which can turn in into
to into one of the post "profitable
we've bad.
That is if there isy no national
steel strike. '
The Steel Union doesn't expect
to strike. The steel industry ex
pects a longv rough walkout and
is preparing for it right now. s
Here s why: soon, the muis
will be pouring out the stuff at
the rate of 74 percent of total ca
pacityand we've built tremen
dous new capacity since the war.
Only last May the steel Industry
was limping along at 50 percent
of capacity, laying off thousands
of workers. By next May.' the ex
perts of both union and industry
executive suites whom 1 ve lust
consulted, expect : that mills wl'
be pulsatina along at about w
percent of capacity.
While tnev wont guess oui
loud A both sides privstely predict
this will also mean that their Dig
gest customer.' the auto business
wiU have a f.ne year, too, now
that the nw models art begin
nine to roll off the lines.'
' Then come the Ides nf Mav. The
union and industry chiefs will
start nesotiating new steel con
trscts.. They'll have almost ; two
months in which to make ; peace
and go. fishng. .The .basic con
tracta actuallv exoire on July 1
At that moment David McDonald
and his colleagues in the United
Steel Workers can put the men
out with one called strike.
But the union leaders say they
believe the industrv will not want
in tV a strike st the height of
their Inn awaited prosperity
These labor experts say that
they'll ask for a considerable bun bundleand
dleand bundleand get it. They're, not cer
tttn vt whit it is thev want but
in the packsge thert will be a bid
for time-amr-a-naifpay on aiur
Hiv and double-time on Sundays
-In the eer industrv this woulrt
be a atartling innovation, because
the week-ends are 'routine dav
in the continuous process mills
and have always been paid for
on a recular basis. There will be
bids for the usual bigser pen
sions, higher wages and a de demand
mand demand that the industry pay for a
new health insurance system in
cluUn! the building, of hospitals
and clinics.
But deep in the industry there
is talk that the steel manufactur manufacturers
ers manufacturers will stand toeether for the
first, time against the Steel U U-ninn
ninn U-ninn the uto manufacturers
stood against Walter Reuther's u-
nion. The stetl nonstry now s
saying it won't go for a b'g bun
die and points to the fact that
the current three yea" contract
added over a1 wilion dollars to its
labor costs. This Is born out c-y
the union leaders' recent reoort
to their -Atlantic City convention;
vTbese reoorts mscioae -tnas ; n
the past six years fh which the u u-nkm
nkm u-nkm has been under-. Dave Mc McDonald's
Donald's McDonald's edministration. ther total
wage and frin?e benefits cost to
the industry hs gone: P by ; $3 $3-000,000,000.,
000,000,000., $3-000,000,000., Jn that period, the av
erage steel worxer s weetiv wagi
alone has increased 534.80 a
week.' According to. pne top union
officer. c'Today itostj fthe. steel
companies an additional vz.uw per
year -lor- ch steel .worker';
ver the M5 eost).;
"The union expect to win mor
next year; The; .industry tsay s it
w'll take a strike bore It "'els.
A.t least we know there will be
big money around to fjeht over.
Tunneling is one of thi old
est types of engineering.1 The
Egyptians, the people of India,
and the; Aztecs in- Middle
America all dug long passages
into the earth for their graves
and temples;: The Assyrians"
built Underground drains and
tunneled under the Euphrates
i River. The Creeks also built
tunnels, but the greatest tunnel
builders in ancient h historical
: timet were theRomans.
. CoyClo41a rtURle
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SAN FRANCISCO The fact
. , f
that l Jus. came in from Alaska
aas exceed .ne same suit ot m-
lerest nert ana in roruand a it
i u returned irom TimouKiu or,
inner Mongolia. This, to me. is
auiicult to understand, because
that vast new i.ait is just across
the Street. "a
Tht main questions seem to pe:
Wna coange will occur uow tuit
Alaska has achieved sta.enooa
Vvna. is tne jikelinood for a boom
What are the chances for some-
tody going out there on a saoe
string, wun tno idea ot carv.ng a
fonuue trom .its semi-virgin teiri teiri-torv?
torv? teiri-torv? ' -'
5imply, the new :Aiaska.wiu oe
opened to pr.va.t money and pri private
vate private enterprise, as a si'aiey Vst
lands that weie held under Feder Federal
al Federal stewardship will become aval-
able to ezplotation.v As we Were
writing the othei. dayy there M
still ampt land for homesteacRng,
and great room fur industry.
Actually, nobody Jtnowr what t-
normous 1 resources are contained
in this huge land. In minerals a-
lone, all but two of tht vital ones(
nave Deen proven, u is Known
that -gold, iilver, uranium, coal,
copper, iron, p.aunum,: antimony
and tin reside there in quantity,
and oil and gas supplies are just;
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ueuig tappeu.
So mucn of Alaska is unexplor
ed that King Solomon's mines are I
not an unlikely prospec. I
From fishing to- timber., fur to
farming, hunting to mining, oil to
oartending, there is po ent ai ot I
employment in Alaska the like of
which l never saw.
This is not to advise you to up
anchor and sail v b ithely off o
wn fortune after the Horatio Al-
er fashion. A person would be a
ttle nuts to go up against this
raw wilderness withpu. enough
money to sustain him for a time.
Or,- better, the assurance of some i
sort of f ace-feedirg job would be
better than pla'n eating money.
But u you haven't got mucn mo
ney at least enough losustatn
you for severs- months and you
don't know anybody, in Alaska,
you can at least write to the TXJ
aited s s'es Employment service,
600. Ranke Building, Seattle, Wash
ington, or to P.O. Box 471. Juneau.
Alaska,; and state your qualifica qualifications.
tions. qualifications. "' r X ; i
In the close future, employment
in and around the new oil .fields i
should be heavy, and fish,, fur
farm and mining are s'a ic. i
For the. prospector i who arrives
in Anchoraeewith bright eyes and
a fuzzy feeling of fortune just
round the corner, it mignt De saia
that living costs in Alatkai are
nrohahlv a expensive af y anvv
whee in the world. Alaska de depends.
pends. depends. oiT imports of consumer
goods and a grea many food foodstuffs.
stuffs. foodstuffs. If 1 were homestead'ng,' I
think I wou'd try to go into the
tomato business,, ,l at the mo
ment three little tomatoes cost .75
ents. -i
The reason: I '.say "try"' to go
into the tomato bus! s is tha'
tomatoes will not ma ure, as corn
and frui seem unwillne to coope
rate. I would danged well find me
ALU Our Stock
at
Unbelievably
v,Lowi Prices!
i...
FRIDAY
Pan "mi "'
; Co16a

7lh,yyy

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tf w .w.w :,tviMivv 4URI.UJ, Vi:
Trouble is that noboa'ys spent
enougu ume on- mvta Jg4uve
larmmg to ;ind out the ways ot
ia.lure of one cropland- success
of another.-. ,''.
11 berries wil grow i- and they
rim wud there is.,no real reason
wny you can't g.ow fruit as well,
even it you have to make Up aoi
dwiciencies art Jically.
iJ .'""tibg.to me at least,
that Alaska hai nc bpen, able a
keep up with a demand for farm
prouuets since 1932, and-that im imports
ports imports from ihe S.ates have risen
steadily since that Ume. It I were
blessed with a green thumb J would
ake a claim; on a ,p,fece of the
climatic benevu enf land .that is
available, punch a hole in' the
ground, wl h a pointed st'and
A.t iSv. 5h?l,ld. have knoWni
,nir that th-ee."
fourths -of Alaska is placed in jthe
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res', of it. is nor.h pt, tht .Arctic
i'de.'' 1 '
1 Went bear-hunting recently on
Kodiakr Island in a Italian silk
suit, and- managed to sweat.
Tne trees s.art to turn in Cofr
neet.cu, before, they, "start to' turn
in the Kenai-Kodiaic areas.'--
(They caLrid America the '"land
of oppor;'unity"7i0i' so many years
ago. There are nearly 600,000
square miles -r one-finh the size
of the United States sitting there
on their haunches like a big bear,
pleading for exploitation.
If I we-e younger, like I said,
I just m 'ght sling my ( bundle over
my shoulder ana try my iuclf
"( Because I. and several smarter
neoole. seem to lee nat the new
Alaska holds a potential that would
make the old gold rush days seem
real cheai stuff ancL the, land of
P
pportunity it tiowi cohflned )o 49th
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WASIUNGTON -Operation Sooth

ing feyrup, installment II, haa now
uegun. i.- ... -. .-
After Ihe first Russian -Sputnik,
uc. 4, m, iett V.a. ieaaer tua-
ned, there was discussed- at the
Wbne House a plan to admit the
truth to the American public-name-y
that we have fallen far behind
Kussta In missiles and satellites;
that we are m danger of becom becoming
ing becoming a aecond-class power, j --.
" This plan to- admit the facts
was called Operation Candor. To
his credi Vice President Nixon
pushed it. Sherman Adams and
others close to the President did
not. Adams blithely announced,
"The' administration is not inter interested
ested interested in serving a high scare id
an outer space baskeibaU game.
And in the end, Operation Candor
K51 OUI.
Operation Soothing Syrup took
its -pace a campaign to lull -the
American people regardmc the ad-
. ministration's failure to keen a-
oreast ol Russia. -.
V. . J v
. AMERICANS LIKE PAcVs U
j-With the launching of the Amer
ican moon rocket last week, the
second installment of Onprntinn
Soothing Syrup began. It continued
with the unveiline of the X-lS 'on
Wednesday.- For the WW e House
wanted publicity. Nov. 4 was ap
proaching. The Democratic t id e
uiusi oe 'urnea. ; s,
Let's take a careful look at O
peration Soothing Syrup II and
compare tne propaganda with.ihe
facts. f
' I. -Our moon rocket, was hailed
as a great technological triumph.
Yet it carried a pay oad.of only
40 pounds compared to the 3000 3000-pound
pound 3000-pound monsters Russia'Jias slam slammed
med slammed into space." The reason a the
moonsbo! failed was partly be because
cause because of insufficient rocket power.
The launching missile i generated
150,000 pounds thrust, a weak blast
compared tor' the 50,000 i thrust
Russian rocket engines are known
to eenerate. ; .' u, ,
Air Force scientists awe now
working frantically to boost the
power f the moon rocket by beef beef-ing5
ing5 beef-ing5 up the smaller booster, rock rock-e's
e's rock-e's in the third and fourth stages.
They hope o be ready, for; anoth anoth-ei
ei anoth-ei shot at the moon by Nov. 7 or
41 1 1 y -' 4 0-1
Mea"nwhile ouri techn'cians 'ad 'admit
mit 'admit candidly it will take at; least
a year for us U' match Russia's
present rocket power.
K MCTS DOMT LIE
' 2. Th'etjnveiling of the new rock rock-ei.
ei. rock-ei. ship TC-iS was earefully ar arranged
ranged arranged before the election, al although
though although the manufacturer won't e e-ven
ven e-ven turn the. X-15 over ta the Air
Force Until next spring. t
'.Tlien a 'team ihin tn 'now
iudesj With boost rom a Nava
jo rocket, thty eventuaUy. ,hope
td fly the X-15 into orbit aronnit
the earth.
What' the press releases won't
mention, however, is that Russia
is expected to beat us into- orbit
wth the first man by at least a
year. This is the sober conclusion
of Air Force 'ethnical intelligence
which claims Russia could send
a mat) aloft in a Snutnik and bring
him back alive right now.
5 3. The Air Force will try again
before the election to shoot its in intercontinental
tercontinental intercontinental baWatie missi'e, the
almighty -A'las, the full 5000 miles.
For the Best

in news and entertainment i
! HOG-YCN

. 840 PANAMA 1090 COLON '
I welcome;, ;
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. 840 PANAMA

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I i r '-Immtdiatf.'Fit Zone Delivery ; 1
P V' .i Jest Nets Anyw)erV'i-. f.

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it s supposed to go. The Arias' "- -sister
misle, the Titan, will 1.
so be g.vea piel.ni nary .es.s at -Cape
ta.uve.:a before Nov. 4
-kft .the-aooeriug .ruth is hat
the Russians have already fired
eH tul"" continental mis missiles
siles missiles -the fuU disUnce the -first'
one two summers ago. Our radar
har tracked .he- warhead,
m.iesfana watched them re-enter
Ue atmospher over the Okhotsk -Sea,
jUSt ,crosg kom Alaska, W1t 1
out buimng up. r :
- T ''
'- SOBERING SUBMARINES 1

km Pknie ar,

A "l"8 "cords set by the
atomic subs the NautiJtia skai"-5
Ueuta. postwar naval acnivement.
; ret the Navy Jias warned th &
Join. Chiefg of Staff that Tr, S
aubmarines, old and obso'ete are
rine"1!1-0' ?USsi 600 ufma"vN
All but 13 of our subs ae over
12 years old. Since World .War IL
have-built only 21 new subi'

i?JLUMliM. 'r o' convert.

: ,""" Mito- undersea mis
Yet President Eisenhower actuafc ?
ly ordered .he Defense DeparU -ment
ot to ,:t,nd the money Con. '
T. mre-miil"-earrying atomi
mir,.,T.E?on9my',he "toW the ad- -mirals,
Js more Important.
5-0her -press releases about
our missile-satellite progress are ;
belre'he voters go" to""'- i
FntB. bui,d ""ground launch launch-wf
wf launch-wf 'or 016 intercontinental
satellite and bring it safely back
to earth in -December by using a-"
Sea"-0?- ,l0W d,own V
But press releases are no- sub sub-fuiUff
fuiUff sub-fuiUff if0r tB .underground sites
themseivM wh'ch the Russiang
have already but't across the Arc J
U ; ice from our great ci ies. ,t
,Zbt Hnpa ant. fcp at we
are behind. Russia in the air, in
under the ocean. i
Only on tht Ofpan .rrfy.

Nayy superior to- the Red Navy.
yet even the Soviet surface"
fleet is second In size only to our
own.' W the Black Sea, for exam-
pie, the Russians have far more
seapower than our Sixth Fleet a
few,, mUes away in the Mediterra-

Haw; we' allowed otirlv u a

sMp so dangerously behind Rusfa
carefully .documented in "USA
Second-Class Power?" It's the i
Kory behind the' press releases-,
a story that !will take' more thai
pressreleases te explain away.
HOUSE SHOOTS YOUTH I
NEW TAZWELL: Tenn. HTPtV

Phfl Greer,' 19, was shot by a
house this week. The house was
on fire." Flames caused a bullet to

explode and a piece of the casing
struck Greer iu the shoulder.
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TUESDAY.OCTOBER II, 1958

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WALTER Ei BENNT "Jiri flonJ ol Mf d Mrs. W. E. Benny sr., of Balboa, signs Ills enlistment
tiapers lor the TLS. Army, as Lt. Col. J. E. Compton, right, chief of the Military.'. Personnel
feranfH twfc atoit' Caribbean. :Adjutant General's Office, 'and Set. Leo P. Champagne, recruit

trig sergeant, -do the' witnessing; Benny Is a; graduate of the Balboa JHlgh School. He graduated

In 1953 and aLienucCI 'UjuivcioiwF i vn wv&im ab juiUHuciquc, wiwio uc nbwuicu v j?m.iici
r of Science degreein l957iBenny s father Is with the electrical division of the Panama Canal
Company ; T r f ' U.S. Army Photo).

Scienlisls Di

'Red Hot 'Motor
For Space Travel
TfrwtTTt nu mpn-Scientists

t.-j... Iininncfr9tn 1 1 eu

not'" electric, motor which they
iaid would have important appli

cations in space 'wavei jmu
iCTheCTmoder motor has. already
operated for 1,000 hours t ; a flow flowing
ing flowing temperature more'than twice
that of the average Mcheu urft-er-about
-1,000 degrees .Fahren-
hDr. E.' J. Croop, leln cien cien-6
6 cien-6 st -in the development, .declared
that "continuous fhgh :fat near
red heat will, soon be a hty.
H. E. Sheppard. CMduc ,e
demonstration., at the .Westog-house-
Electric Corp. Research
Laboratories said the motor's se secret,
cret, secret, lies .in Insulating materials
that withstand the extreme teffl teffl-peratudes,
peratudes, teffl-peratudes, and a yfy1 W
xite bearings much .better than
8tThV scientists also Semon Semon-etrated
etrated Semon-etrated foot-square plastic panel
they said could be placed In the

walls of hameg,io neai,Au -at
the. same time give the proper
amount of light in cyf color ?pr

They said the panel huilt In a
few weeks from -known princioals
by William L- Wright and other
engineers, is ,the first to combine
11 three capabilities, t.
rtn John kJ- Hutcheson. vice

presideht in. charge of ngineBring
and research at Westifighouse,, es estimated,
timated, estimated, the panel might be avail

able commercuuy witmn 1 1 v e
HiifpSfc'i'nn aia cbsf of heat-

Ing cooling and lighting- witft such
panels, as -far as is known now,
would be clbSe1' to?present costs

for accom'plishing the -same pur purposes
poses purposes with, electricity. r
The "red ihot motor' nick nick-nflmfid?
nflmfid? nick-nflmfid? th "hot rock' because of

its heat ; and dutabibtj was de

scribed as tne omy one m hb mm
In existence. f;
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ANDERSON TO LONDON
-.-. :-'--';w:'-
ROME (UPI Cmdf.-WUHam
R. Andirson.' was scheduled to fly
to London yesterday at the end
of a short good will visit lo
Rome. 'The slipper of the U. S.
atomic submarine "Nautilus."
which navigated under the North
Pole last August, attended a com communications
munications communications ; and transportation
conference in Genoa and received
the Christopher Columbus prize
for liis history-making voyage.

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KEW YORK (NEA). Tha lat
est -of the sideburn set. to crack
through nwith a big hit records is
Jack Jicottv, - v
His career started with t two
smashed guitars and has culmi culminated
nated culminated in his two smash records,

"Leroy" and "My True JWve"

on Carlton. Just out are mt iouow iouow-UPS,"
UPS," iouow-UPS," "Geraldine" and "With Our
Love" and Jack admits that he
shares the usual worries r about
whelher the second one will do as

well as the first. : ; ; 1 : r.

He's In : average-suea your n

fronl Winsdor, Ont.; Canada. His
father was aa amateur guitar
player and Jack as a r four-year-

old,.; crept into me cioei, puuen
the twft ; guitarsoff shell v, and
broke them both. Instead, of be being
ing being aDgry, his father soon after-

waras Aougm mm ms own guiiac
Jack grew m loving country
munie Ernest Tubbs and Hank

williami ware his particular fa

vorite and at IS wrote his first
aong, "Send Back My Broken
Heart." He hasn't stopped writing
vet. All four of his first records

are-, origiaai cuiuiHiBiuiua.
It hasn't been an easy road for

Jack He started his own. country

wlil mm
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SVmfit

th nlace'a habitues was a kid

.. . i j vni

Uat JaCK mcxnamea vtrcaacuau
and when Greaseball f ot in a

fight and landed in the Windsor
tail Jack wrote a song about him.

TOofyu recorded, with -Grease-Jgi, bankras :opened4 ftside,
ball' changed to Leroy-" The su monf other' things, was a st

ject or m amy ia iuu u ui
ey but presumbly Is a local, cell-

block ceieonty.
Aside from the normal worries

of following a hit, Jack is his nor

mal self. He says- he's not wor

ried about his worries.

"Being worried doesn't worry
me," he says, "because I always

worry

"Good music Is on the way

back."
That's the word from Jave P,

Morgan, who sings music good or

bad as well as any of tne girls
around, She's just back from a
disc jockey tour with those hap

py uamgs.

- "In, fact' she says, "The DJs
will bend over backward to play
good tunes. They're ; getting tired
of programming the 'beat tunes

that die out. faster than they get

to be nits."

1 'Clare Kelts Jack Soots

Her latest RCA pairing includes
"Easy Does It" and "Stardust,"
both iunes which easily qualify
as good music. Maybe -she's rieht.

at that

Clare Nelson, whose current E E-pie
pie E-pie release, "i'lk a Big Girl Now,"

is a good one, is one of those sen sensible
sible sensible gait1 who doesn't put all her
eggs jn one career.
'; ''' K' -f -"
Besides "singing, she's a top
model.. This way, she never wor

ries too much -about her record.
She always has, her modeline to

keep her warm.

A new Al Jolson album? Yes.

even though It's about eight years
rinfA-'ih fllAll' v Tlfra fla na.n

band around Petroit, and then laiti:-Mw;.iiiased ma-

own country danct balL One v& teriaL;fe-:cv-"-..v ;

When- Jolsott's- son Asa. reach

ed ibis i 10th birthday, according
to the provisions of the will, -Al's

nignt.jspecu lAnny Urinltti,,.Ca

set of

tapes of his performances on the

om firatt Music Hall radio show.

And it'i these that are on the new
album, just out, "The Immortal

Al Jolson."

DICK'S PICKS: Kay Starr rocks

with "Voodoo Man" on RCA. Oth Others:
ers: Others: "Put Away the Invitations"

(Cathy Carr, Roulette)? "Guiding

Light" (Diahann Carroll, UA);
"Dreamy Eyes", (Johnny Tilotson,

Cadence); "Mon Pot' Le Gitan"

(Jerry Lynn, World Disc); "Your

Careless Love" (Patience and Pru

dence, Liberty); "Io" (Domenico
Modugno, Pecca); "Live a Little"

luavia warrou, Mercuryj; "lire

Waiting Game" (Margaret Whit

ing, Dot)': "Almost In Your

Arms" (Vera Lynn, London); "Mid

might Special" (Andy Griffith, Ca
pitol).

Dance music albums,; of recent

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rozal contributed her one and only silver dollar to the united Fund, she was given a special
contribution button by Philip Steera, jr., Controller of the Panarni Canal Company and head -of
the .United Fund's Campaign Committee. Alice, who la In the second grade at the Diablo -Heights
grade school, got the. idea of contributing her precious silver dollar while watching a
United Fund klckoff show on CFN television. When Steers heaj-d toe. circumstances, he called
Alice Into his office to thank her and give her the special button plus a' "Jimlny Cricket'
poster. Alice's parents are Lt. Col. and Mrs. John O. Hlggtns, He superintendent of Corozal
hospital and Mrs. Hlggina Is a secretary In the office of we Canal Zona's executive secretary.

release Tony Cabot's "Dancing

On Park Avenue" (RCA) has 25
tastefully done tunes; Geraldo's
"Dance, Dance, Dance!" (Cam (Camden)
den) (Camden) has 38 songs in its collection;
on Disneyland, the Elliott Bros.

Orchestra has "Date Night at
Disneyland," more .for" younger
dancers; Ray Anthony's -"Dancing
Over the Waves" (Capitol) is

more for listening than dancing,
but you can do both..
Two fine orchestral releases for
classical shelves on Epic, Szell
and the Cleveland Orchestra play
four Russian pieces, by Tchaikovsky,-
Rimsky Korsakov, Borodin
and Moussorgsky, that are melo melodic
dic melodic and lovely; on RCA, a fancy
new album called "Sapin" has
Reiner and the Chicago Sympho Symphony
ny Symphony playing music by Granados,
Falla and Albeniz, with a lovely
booklet bound into the album that
has five photographs and a text
by Vincent Sheean,

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nSS JULIE ELIZABETH PAGE, A FORMER ISTHMIAN,
SroHBinor gene weiss in California
a" weddinr of Interest to friends on the Isthmus occurred
recettl taWadisV, Calif., when MiJuHe Elizabeth Paf.,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Charles Pae formerly of BaU
hn& and now of Parad se, became the bride of Gene uoutjias
WeiM of ComUis, Ore. He is the .on of Mr. and Mrs. John
WdTheeretoCw he'd Semb.r U in the Church of
St NicolM "Sscopal in Paradise, which was decorated with
fail basklt arranfements of white chrysantehmums and
ll2r"h2,U of the same flower, w, used on
either aide of the altar. Re. Alfred E. Griffith officiated

." at the service.
' Miss Page was given in mar marriage
riage marriage by her father, formerly chief
of the Architectural Branch 'or
the Panama Canal Company. She
were a white affeta gown which
had a full skirt ankle leng h m
front and tapering to a onger
hemline in tht back. The sleeves
of the fitted bodice were three three-quarter
quarter three-quarter length The bodice neck neckline,
line, neckline, cu' straisht across the front
and tapering to a deep V-line at
the back was edged 'n front wi h
lace and finished at the back with
two Bows. Her fingertip length
nylon veil was held in place by a
pea-1 tiara and she carried a whi e
carnation heart shaped cascade
bouquet.
- The bride's only attendant was
her maid of honor, Miss Joyce
Ferguson, of Corvallis. She wore
a "small white hat and while ac accessories
cessories accessories with her street leng'h
dresX of Peach colored ta'feta.
HerTbouquet was feathered yellow
chrysanthemums.

Mr Weiss is an agriculture- major

it Oregon State.

Tho hrideeroom's best man was

his bo, her, Willard Weiss, who

Hew to Lauiorma ior me weaning
from Texas, where he is sta.ioned
with the Air Force. Ushers were
the bride's brother, Bu-t W. Page,
a student at the University of
Washington in Seat le, and Gor Gordon
don Gordon Geist.
For her daughter's wedding,
Mrs. Page chose a beige street street-length
length street-length dress with brown accesso accessories
ries accessories and it pink carnation corsage.
The br'degroom's mother wore a
brown silk ensemble with match matching
ing matching accessories and a corsage of
pink carnations.
A recep'ion was held after the
church cenmor.v at the home of

the h ide's parents. The bride's
table, covered with an Army-Navy
cloth from Panama, was cen centered
tered centered with a three tiered wedding
cake topped with a minia ure
bride and groom under a floril
arch.
The newlyweds are both senior
students at Oregon State College.
After a honeymoon in the Pacific
Norlhwes', they will reside in Cor Cor-val'is.
val'is. Cor-val'is. The bride attended elemen elementary
tary elementary schools, high school and ju junior
nior junior college in the Canal Zone.

Wives Sponsor "Hos-down"
At Kahha Otfictff' Club

Fort Kobbe officers and their

1171 VPS ha vp been invited to un

leash their pre-Halloween hilarity
at a "Hal oween Hoedown" Fri Friday
day Friday n:ght at the Kobbe Officers'

Club.
The Fcrt Kobbe Officers' Wives
Club, sponsoring the holiday af affair,
fair, affair, has announced, in the spirit
of the party, that "The Cottonpick Cottonpick-ers"
ers" Cottonpick-ers" will provide the musie for

the "barn dance." Special prizes
will be given for t'the best cost

ume, Biggest spooK, aao aao-burndest
burndest aao-burndest honyock," "the most gal"
and other distinctive recognit'ons.
The club manager, Johnny Price
has promised a menu appropriate
io the occasion, featuring South Southern
ern Southern fried ch eken, corn bread and
Halloween "ham fat," in addition
lo the usual 'are offered there.
The "revolving still" provided by
the National Distilleries will be
the center of attrac ion at a hap happy
py happy hour starting at 4 p.m.
The Officers' Wives selected
Friday evening for the party,
since most parents will be occu occupied
pied occupied with voung rick or treat treat-ers"
ers" treat-ers" on Halloween night. Reser Reservations
vations Reservations shduld be made at the ear earliest
liest earliest possible date.

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Each iioHm tar inclusioa in tfcla
eoluma should bt ubmirUd
tvao-writtM Htm and mailnd m
tho bos numbs listod daily in "So-,
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bt biid to rha office. Notions 4
ssaotinss cannot bo accented bv
talonbono.
Charity Card Croup,

Members of the Charity Card
Group of the Balboa Woman's
Pliih will mwi Thursday at noon

st the American Legion C;ub at

iort Amador tor a no-nosi iuucu

Since a special menu has been
arfonaoH roGprvfltinnR for mem-

. .' ... 1 WI.

bers and guests musi De maue mis
..,An:nr ...ith M.r w C Merchant

Balboa 3317, or Mrs. Tom McKoo-

bon, Balboa 4459.

("iriinHii Womnn'i Club

Gerald A. Doyle, who recenuy

toured. Central America by car,

will discuss his trip at a meeting
of the Curundu Women's Club

Wednesday moraine at 9. Refresh

ments will De served at tne ciose

of, the ..leeting.

Members and guests are invu
ed to attend.

Reservations Available
Fur Tht.r Guild Plav

The Theater Guild has announc

ed that seat reservations for "The
Diarv nf Anne Prank" may be

msrln hv tplpnhnninff Mrs. R. E

Medinger, Balboa 2-1368, between

10 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Hula Hoop Exhibitions
Shown At Daneo Jamboroo
The American Legion Club rock
oH with rhvthms raneine from La

tin American to American jitter-

Kurt CalurH a v AVATlinff. when Har

nett and Dunn presented a jam jamboree
boree jamboree fo- its students. Besides the
dancing, several of the students

displayed tneir auepmess i

mnrt thA hllln t nflTlS

Competing for gold trophies ;n

the Latin rhythms were uonna

Grady and Douglas rnesier, du
on TTnran and Buttons Starken

burg. Judges named the contest a

tie.
Annatts Uvhicti and her bro h

f&iaibibu J
ai liVanIr wnn the silver trODhy for

intermediate jitterbug and free
style, as did Bonjiie Ben and Eric
Jenkins. Medal awards went to
Rosemary Reardon, Bob Dilfer,
Chris Hinley and Leo Dillinger in
the beginners' jitterbug contest.
Michael Cozens won the prize
for guessing the two magic words,
"hand jive." Prizes in the mother
and son contest went to Mrs. A.
Schloch and Charles McFadden,
Charles Bernhardt and his daught

er, Carol.

Miss Shirley L,ee tiarnea ana
Cap'. S. N. Stringfellow were
judges for the evening's competi competition.
tion. competition.

to ins act
attack

MRS. OTILIA AROSEMENA DE TEJEIRA, Professor of Ed Education
ucation Education at the University of Panama and secretary of the
national committee of the United Nations Educational, Sci Scientific
entific Scientific and Cultural .Organization, and architect Guillermo
Trujillo discuss Christmas card which he has designed. Mrs.
Tejeira will leave Oct. 30 to represent Panama at the Gen General
eral General Conference of UNESCO in Paris.

what a rich
mellow

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TOO MUH SWEETS

NEW YORK (UPI) Magistrate

A T.awrpnrp Aceuavella yester

day ordered M'iss Ytta Klausner

to stay away tram tne i-enirai

Park Zoo. Zoo officials compiainea
that cha : thrnwins therr orana-

utan Katyboff .her diet wHh offer offering
ing offering f euocakes. Freocn fpafctry

and chocokte ba.f."r

CUTICURA Talcum
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smell I

tvhat a
grand blend of
pate coffee

Fine, soft, delightful delightfully
ly delightfully fragrant Cuticura
Talcum contains de deodorant
odorant deodorant antiseptic
C-8 (Hexachloro (Hexachloro-phene).
phene). (Hexachloro-phene). Keeps the
skin fresh and sweet.
Soothes sunburn.
Prevents, relieves
heat and diaper rash,
loot irritations. Buyl

Teenage Boys Admit

Stealing Negro's
Embalmed Body
HOUSTON, Tex. (UPI) Police
today said eight teen-aged boys
admit'.ed stealing the body of a
wealthy Negro luneral home di director,
rector, director, dead 20 years, and hang hanging
ing hanging it on a school flagpole.
The well-preserved body was
that of the late Isaac S. Lewis,
who built his own mausoleum,
p'anned his own funeral and after

his death on Christmas Eve, 1938,
had the mos expensive funeril
conducted in Houston up to that
time.
The body was found hanging
from the top of the ilagpole Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning. The boys were ar arrested
rested arrested late Sunday after police
loca'e dother teen-agers who said
they had been shown the body.
Police turned six of the boys,
all under 17, over to juvenile au authorities.
thorities. authorities. Edward Silverstain, 17,
was charged with the felony of offense
fense offense of interfering with a body.
Another 17-year-old was being
questioned.
Detectives said the boys admit admitted
ted admitted breaking into the Negro cem cemetery
etery cemetery mauso'eum and taking Lew Lewis'
is' Lewis' body after hearing another

group of boys discussing it. They
told officers they thought it would

De Gaulle To Visit
Algeria To Inspect
Election Plans
PARIS. Oct. 21-(UPI) Pre

mier Charles de Gaulle plans to
visit Algeria Nov. 1, the fourth

anniversary of the Nationalist
uprising, it was reported today.
Political informants said the
general plans to inspect the

North African territory to make
sure that his instructions for a

free electoral campaign for the

Nov. 30 national assembly elec election
tion election are being carried out.
De Gaulle wants to be in Al Algeria
geria Algeria Nov. 1, the day when the

Nationalist insurgents four years

ago started tneir anw-rencn
attacks, informants said.
Newspapers claimed that while
in Algiers De Gaulle would hold
conversations with f Europeans
and Moslems of all walks of life

and all shades of political opin-

ion as he has done during nis
previous trips there.

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Charcoal-Broiled Trout Is
A Steak House Specialty

be a "great prank" to take the
body to Hogg Junior High.
The body was taken from the
flagpole and returned to a funer funeral
al funeral home, where it was embalmed
with a special process nearly 20
years ago.

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FLAXY, charcoal-broiled trout like this is. of all things, s

favorite item on the menu of a Kansas City steak house. J

BY GAYNOR MADDOX, NEA Food and Markets Editor

Meals taste
better

Motta's GREAT SALE

starts

SATURDAY Oct. 25

s

trad mark 1o designate
Metl'i Instant enffee.

Tliere's a special reason why Nescafe
s this country's favorite instant coffee!
In the countries all over the world
where Nescafe Is enjoyed. Nestle's
make a blend to suit each national
taste. So vour Nescafe is blended and
roasted Just to your llklnR. And.
because you make It Instantly, you get
fresh coffee with every cupful
coffee at its fragrant refreshing best.

there's always ttme for

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NEA Food and Markets Editor
Here's a new twist: In Kansas
City Mo., there's a steak house
that features fish. Less whan a
. 1 J iL t 1 1 A 1-

S) year uiu, uie neieiuiu sieii

was designed for open charcoal charcoal-grill
grill charcoal-grill broiling. The growing taste
of midwesterners for fish, howev

er, prompted owner Jack Webb
to experiment with charcoal broil broiling
ing broiling trout and shrimp. His patrons
liked the result so well he now
serves baked fish, too. Ii's a

cheerful, bustling place, with char charcoal
coal charcoal burners, pictures of Hereford
cattle on the walls, and busy wai waitresses
tresses waitresses with trays of fish, steaks
and chops. Jack Webb gave us
two of his popular recipes:
Charcoal-Broiled Trout
For serving two, plan on two
trout (-pound to 1-pound each).
Clean and dress trout, or have
your fish dealer dress it for you

land remove the heads (if desir desir-ied).
ied). desir-ied). Heat about 6 tablespoons off

in a large skillet. Saute fish on
bo'h sides until they are almost
done. Brush the fish with liquid

condense smoke. Place on a grill

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ANOTHER OF NESTLE'S GOOD THINGS

Use it on rice! See how
delicious it is with sea
food, spaghetti, meat,
tggt, salads -- every everything.
thing. everything. Add Maggi Ketchup to
all your msals and
everybody will be delighted.

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or charcoal broiler and broil 1 or
z minuie.,, or unai 1111 UaKes ea easily
sily easily when tes.ed with a fork.
Serve with lemon wedges.
Cucumber-Stuffed Fish Fillets
(Makes 4 to 4 servings)
Two larfc flounder fillets (or
o.her while-rneated fish), 1 smail
onion, minced; V cap chopped
Celery, Vt. cup chopped green pep pepper,
per, pepper, l cup diced cucumber, ViUcup
melted butter or margarine, 2

cups soft bread crumbs, salt and

pepper, 1 tablespoon butter, juice
of half a lemon, 3 lemon slices,
paprika.
If fish is frozen, let thaw on re

frigerator shelf. Saute vegetables

in melted ouaer untu tender, stir
in bread crumbs. Season to taste
ith salt and pepper. Place 1 fil fillet
let fillet on greased baking dish. Cover
with stuffing and top with re remaining
maining remaining fillet. Dot with butter,
sprinkle with lemon juice and sea seasonings.
sonings. seasonings. Place lemon slices on fil fillets.
lets. fillets. Bake in a moderate ovn
(350 to 375 degrees F.) 20 to 30
minutes or until fish flakes easi easily
ly easily when tested with a fork.

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Socia I an d
Anew Matenit Tmpl
T. Hiu. MallawMn D.nca
The Uiujtriouj .fotentan o( A-
bou Slid Traple Charles D. a
valle hat announced that the Tea
pie will sponsor A Halloween dance
a; ne Ancon Masonic lempie t
urday evening from e:ght to mid
Highlights ot the affair wiU be
a bmtet luncheon at 10 p.m., priz prizes
es prizes and entertainment. Music Wul
be furnished by Rankie Azcarra
la'a orchestra.'
Costum.es or sportswear will be
una Die ior me occasion.
This dance is one of the out
standing events in Abou Saad's
fall entertainment program. All
Shriners of this area and their
wives are invited 10 attend the af affair.
fair. affair. Women's Auxiliary.
Plans Annual Bazaar
The Women's Auxiliary of the
r.amhna Un!nn Church has an
nounced that its annual bazaar will
be held November 7. A turkey mn mn-ner
ner mn-ner will served at 5:30 p.m.
Mrs. H. F. Jennes, 6-755, is hand
ling reservations. t
Hold Meeting At Brewery
The lounge ot the National Brew Brewery
ery Brewery was he unusual setting last
week for the monthly meeting of
the Fort Ktfbb Officers Wives
Club. Thirty six club members
joined the inforfative tour of the
brewery. .
Following a tour of the facili facilities,
ties, facilities, conducted Brewmaster Ma Manuel
nuel Manuel Pardo, the ladies were escort escorted
ed escorted to the lounge by George Dilfer,
sales manager. 'They were wel welcomed
comed welcomed to the "Know Your Brewe Brewery"
ry" Brewery" program by Alejandro Duque
Jr., acting general manager. Ar Ar-turo
turo Ar-turo M: Llueca, of the public re relations
lations relations staff, was host at a buffet
luncheon for the club members.
Mrs. Arthur Dodson, vice presi
dent, was in charge of tne nusi nusi--
- nusi-- meeting in the absence of
Mrs. M. W. McLaren, club presl
riant Plans fn the annual Christ
mas tea-dance were discussed and
the date set for December 27. The
group's Christmas welfare projects
were votett upon ana pians jnue
lor their kccomplishment.is
Guests t ending v the meeting
were Mrs. : W. E. fXnight, Mrs.
Robert Brenneman, Mrs. Francis
McCord, Mrs; "Boss Kuttler, .Mrs.
Ralph Singer, Mrs. Robert Bren Bren-neman,
neman, Bren-neman, Mrs. Donald Cox and Mr3
John P. Bodhan.
The next eent of the Kobbe Of Officers'
ficers' Officers' Wives calendar will be a
coke and switr.m'ng party at the
Kobbe pool November 20.
It was'the'day'ift.the -ews
broke that Debbie ileynoids and
Eddie Fisher's romantic love tory
and highly,, publicized "perfect
marriage" had turned into just
another Hollywood triangle.
I was having a cup of coffee in
a drugstore and in the next booth
five i teen age girls were having
sodas and discussing whit to them
was a stunning bit of news.
"I just can't believe it," said one
of the young voices. u"I never
thought anything like this could
happen to them", said another.
"Imagine anybody married to Deb Debbie
bie Debbie even looking at that old Eli Elisabeth
sabeth Elisabeth Taylor," exclaimed another
of the girls.
And then she added thoughtful thoughtfully,
ly, thoughtfully, "Why she's been married I
don't know how many times. I
just can't picture Eddie Fisher
with her. He and Debbie were the
cutest couple together".
The talk went on and on. To me
the surprising thing was the sad
disillusionment in the young voic voices.
es. voices. They were genuinely shocked
and hurt by the news that any anything
thing anything could happen to a cour
who in their eyes were the luc...
est young people in the world.
All over the country there must
be this same kind of shocked dis disbelief
belief disbelief mong teen-agers at this
chanter in the Debbie Fisner
romance.
Don't feel to disillusioned, kids
Perhaps, you have learned cheap
ly a very important lesson. Mar
riaga is much more than a cou
nle's looking cute together.
Even being head over heels in
love isn t enough to guarantee a
happy marriage. Nor does money
and glamour guarantee happiness
to a young couple.
A happy marriage is based on
a much more solid foundation. It's
based on love Plus character.
Youne neoole don't hear much a
bout character these days. If
thev did they wouldn't be s6 stun
Bed that a couple who had every
thing could fail to live happily ev
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Initial plans for the Fifteenth
Naval District staff party have
been announced. -
The gala party will be held Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, November 1, at the Ameri
can Leg on Club a Fcr Amador.
and will feature a cocktail hour,
ouei supper and dancing.
Handling reservations are G.
M. Rimme-, E. F. Kapusta and
n. A. Anappert Jr.
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HI'YA STRANGER! In this gold
autumnal season a New York co
lumnist'! battered excritoire be
comes heavy-laden with letters
from i out-of town readers seeking
advice to the amusement-lorn, be
tore they head for a week or "a
weekened In Our Town. It'a just
not possible to answer all the que
ries individually tnis is a news
paper office, lady, not the Ford
Foundation, and secretaries are
scarce but I'll try to pick out the
questions most frequently asked
and bundle up some tips that
will be .first aid to the visitor won
dering1 where to go.
Everyone who comes tojsroaa-.
way wants to see a jsroaoway
show, but many are mgntenea oy
memories of items about those
$l00-apiece tickets to "May Fair
Lady"- and the general unavaua
biiity of a good seat to a tut.
All j you 've read about tne ex
pense-account boys and the prices
they re willing to pay ior aucais
is true, but keep In mind that tne
longer a hit runs, the easier it is
to; buy tickets by simply stepping
up to the box office window, and
also that every good show in town
isn't a sellout.
For example, you won't have
too much trouble getting a pair for
"West Side Story" a stirring ex example
ample example of theatrical brillance that
is vastly duferent irom "My
Fair Lady" but, in my opinion, of
equal merit. The music is mar-
velously effective, and I don't see
how the choreography can ever be
topped by any production in the
future.
"The Music Man," a big hit for
reasons that escape me (except
for the topnotch performance of
Robert Preston,' who deserves all
the praise the critics heaped on
him), is probably what the boys
on the street call "a touch ticket"
but it is also a crashing bore bore-one
one bore-one of those celluloid collar, bai"1
bershop quartet, high-button-shoe
quaintsy waintsys with a me memorable
morable memorable banal score. So if you
can't get to see it, don't cry; try
"Say Darling," which is far more
fun.
"Jamaica" has one of the worst
librettos ever offered on the pro professional
fessional professional state, but the music is
fine and it's pretty to look at and
it has the incomparable Lena
Home to give it fire so go pre prepared
pared prepared to tune out most of the plot
and concentrate on the singing and
dancing and tropical scenery and
you'll be glad you did.
In the division of straight plays,
it's hard to imagine anyone not
being thrilled by the writing, di directing
recting directing and actio a in .'.'Sunrise at
ICampobello'Vand "The Dark at
the. Top of the Stairs."
Many of the ladies writing in for
advice ask if it's necessary to
wear formal clothes to the theatre.
It's not. In New York almost
o
Before Jill's date came to take
her to the Beach Club, she came
downstairs to show herself off to
her parents. She was wearing her
new red pique off-the shoulder
dance frock, and through the hair
piled on top of her head, she'd
twisted a little wreath of red ber
ries.
Her father gave her a wolf
whistle of approval and her moth
er sia, you iook neautuui
dear."
Jill said, "All I need now is
your good rhinestone earrings,
Mother."
"With all that red?" her moth
er askod. "No they'd be just too
much."
"What you mean is you want to
keep them for yourself." Jill said'.
After a pause-her mother said,
"That's just half true. I don't
want to lend my .earrings." But I
don t want you to go out looking
lik( a Christmas tree either."
This is the kind of thing we're
KO:n? to luve to get used to say saying
ing saying to children.
TnHav npvchologv has made us
very conscious of the fact that our
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THE VOICE OF,

BROADWAY
by Dorothy Killgallen

no one gets into black tie for
anow except on opening night. A
dark suit, white short and dark
tie is the best combination for
man; for a woman at this time
or year a nrettv cocktail Are
a "little fur," and please, no hat
a you want to be nappy. People
keep writing about "theatre hats'"
year after year, but no one's ever
invented one that the Demon ho
ninq you won't ask you to take
on. so save your becoming chape
au for the fashionable 1
Never a day eoes hv that some
spokesman for a group of girls
who are about to descend on New
YorK in a bodv but an uruxcnrt.
ed body doesn't write to ssk:
"Where can our club (all women)
go to see a night club show, and
get .in?"
I've said It before, but I'll re
peat it for the newcomers: the
Latin Quarter is your place. This
giant cafe features the most lavish
of all the divertissements our eity
offers, plus a star or two. and it
not only admits groups of ladies
wnnout men, u caters to them.
We have a new restaurant no
uoor show, but spectacularly deli
ctous Oriental food called New
Horizon, it's on 57th St.. between
Park and Lexington, boasts a de
cor in subdued good taste and
flattering lighting, and if you're
smart you'll just give the waiter
a rough idea of what sort of thing
you like and let him surpise you
with some taste thrills you'd ne
ver be able to find on your own
Not new, but also not to be mis missed
sed missed if you're in a romantic es escort
cort escort (escort definitely reauired
here, by the lady in question, if
not oy management!) is a red
plush place, Chez Vito, on E.
60th that features all the swooping
violinists and schmaltzy tunes that
ever captivated a tourist in Pa
ns. The lights are dim, the food
is fine, and there always seems
to be a couple making love in one
of the corners, and that always
seems to add to the Continental
atmosphere. (Practical note: Make
a reservation; they never have an
empty table, even early in the
week.)
The chic out-6f-towners who
make a beeline for the Plaza's
Persian Room whenever they're
in Gotham seem to adore Lisa
Kirk's act a new formula ith
four boys who really can sing and
dance, and don't wear more mas
cara than Lisa. Another elegant
crowd pleaser is Connie Moore at
the St. Regis Maisonette.
Did I just spend all your money,
Straneer? All rieht. head for
the Automat. It's quite an amus
ing adventure if you ve never been
in one before, and there are several
specilties to prove that if you're
in a carnival mood, Pavilion isn't
the only place in town.
discipline is not motivated by 22 22-carat
carat 22-carat devotion to them.
We know that we overprofect
Jimmy after a cold because we
don't want him to catch another
and give us more trouble. We are
aware that we refuse our ear
rings to Jill because we want to
keep them for ourselves. Where
our grandparents could claim 22 22-carat
carat 22-carat motives for their treatment
i of youngsters, psychology now de
nies us their certainty of absolute
righteousness.
Modern children know this and
sometimes try to make us asham ashamed
ed ashamed of our 10 carat motives.
We don't have to be. Gold alloy,
ed with baser metals still pans
out as gold.
We protect Jimmy after a cold
because we are interested in his
comfort as well as in our own
Though we wish to keep our ear earrings
rings earrings to ourselves, we also wish
to protect Jill against sensational
public apnearance.
While admitting the alloy in our
love for Jimmy and Jill, we must
not forget to credit ourselves with
the genuine gold it contains.
BOX 1913

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SP4 LAWRENCE H. WRIGHT, signs reenlistment papers aa Lt. Col. J. E. Compton, chief of the
Mllltar Personnel -Branch, and Sgt. Leo P. Champagne, command recruiting sergeant look on.
Tho ceremony took place in the U.S. Army Caribbean Adjutant General's office, Fort Amador.
Wright, a veteran of more than nine years service, returned to the Canal Zone from the U.8.
laat week to reenllst In hopes of being assigned to the Panama area. He served three years of
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dues for 1959 are now due and urged them to participate in the
current membership drive. j

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Browns, Colts Shattering

FWL Jinxes As They Gallop Toward Division Titlf
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Teams Chalk
Consecutive

Br IARL WRIGHT
The Cleveland Browni and Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore Colts may gallop to the
National football League i divi divi-lion
lion divi-lion titles because they are shat shattering
tering shattering jinxes the way skeet shoot shooters
ers shooters bust clay pigeons.
Cleveland took a two-game lead
In the Eastern race Sunday and
boosted its record to 4-0 by whip whipping
ping whipping the Pittsburgh Steelers
27-10. The Browni took a 59-14
walloping from the Detroit Lions
in the 1957 championship game.
Since 1953, all the title game los losers
ers losers have bowed by huge margins
and folded completely the follow-
taute the" Browns, rolling behind
Milt Plum's passing plus Jim
Brown's running, act as though
they really won that last title
game and figure to shatter a jinx
that has haunted championship
came victims in recent years.
Baltimore clobbered the Lions,
defending league and Western di division
vision division titleholders, 40-14. The vic victory
tory victory enabled the Colts to retain
their one-game Western Division
lead and gave them vital men
tal boost. It was the first victory
the Colts ever scored at Detroit
and marked the first time hey
have swept their first four games
during a season.
Card Upsat Giants
While Detroit (0-3-1) lost virtu virtually
ally virtually all hope of retaining Its ti titles,
tles, titles, the Chicago Cardinal, gave
the Browns a big assist by upset upset-ine
ine upset-ine the New York Giants, 23-6.
The Giants, who started the day
i game behind Cleveland now
are tied for second at 2-2 with
the Catdnals and Washington
Redskins, who defeated the Green
Bav Packers, 37-21.
The Chicago Bears remained
close behind Baltimore and took
undisputed second pljcew the
Western race by defeating the
visiting Los Angeles Rams, 31-10,
Los Angeles entered the game
tied with the Bears and slipped
to a third-place deadlock with the
San Francisco Forty-Niners at
2-2. The Bears have a 3-1 record.
San Francisco, with John Bro Bro-die
die Bro-die throwing scoring j
Hugh McElhenny and llyde Con Conner,
ner, Conner, stopped a last-minute Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia Eagle rally or a 30-24
victory in the other iame. The
six contests drew 79,390 fans
with the top crowd of 66,852 reg registered
istered registered at Cleveland.
Brown Runs Wild
The Steelers shocked this big
crowd by taking a first-period
lead on Tom Tracy's 64-yard
touchdown pass to Ray Mathews
but the Cleveland defense throt throttled
tled throttled them the rest of the way.
ti., Vnotir tnnrhrinwn casses to
Brown, Ray Renfro and Bobby
Mitchell. Brown, wno may piovc
k. h. mn.i vprsatiie fullback
in NFL history, also ran 48 yarus
for a touchdown and gained 153
yards in 19 tries to boost his
league-leading rushing total to
635. Brown is more than halfway
to Steve Van Buren's one-season
record of 1,146 yards.
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TONIGHT
BALBOA 6:15 & 7:50
Helmut Dantlne
Donna Martel
'HELL ON DEVILS ISLAND"
in Cinemascope!
COCO SOLO 7:00
Guy Madison
Valerie French
"THE HARD MAN"
In Color!
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Edmund Purdum, Ann Blyth
"THE STUDENT PRINCE"
In Color!
(Repeat Run)
GAMBOA 7:00
Kenneth More Diana Cllento
"The Admirable Crichton"
In ClnemaSr.ope & Color!
GATUN 7:00
Anthony Qulnn
William Conrad
"THE RIDE BACK"
MARGARITA 6:15 Si 8:15
Robert Taylor
Stewart Granger
"THE LAST HUNT"
(Repeat Run)
PARAISO 7:00
"REBEL CITY" and
"NIGHT FREIGHT''
SANTA CRUZ 7:0
Jack Sernas Kurt Kaszar
"JUMP INTO HELL"
CAMP BIERD 7:00
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Up Fourth
Victories

The Lions started their title
drive last year when they scored
twice in the final seconds in their
fourth game for a 31-27 triumph
over the Colts at Detroit The
Lions and 55.190 rooters bad vi
sions of a similar finish Sunday
when Yale Lary raced 71 yards
with a fourth Quarter punt to cut
Baltimore's margin to 20-14. But
the new Colts reacted by scor scoring
ing scoring three more touchdowns. Len Lenny
ny Lenny Moore ran 11 for one, John
Unitas passed 37 to Jim Mutsch-
eller for another and Leonard
Lyles ran 27 to score on the
game s finaL play.
Billy Wade of the Rams com completed
pleted completed his second pass to Del
Shofner for 92 yards and a touch
down, the longest scoring pass of
the NFL season, but the Bears
and penalties shackled Los An
geles after that outburst. Willie
Gaiimore scored twice for the
Bears and now has seven 1958
touchdowns.
McHan Leads Cardinals
Lamar McHan came off the
bench in the second quarter and
sparked the Cardinals to an up
set triumph over the uiants be
fore 52,684 largest crowd ever
to attend a New York home open opener.
er. opener. McHan threw two touchdown
passes to Gern Nagler and set up
Ollie Matson's three-yard scoring
plunge.
Johnny Olszewski ran 45 yards
for a touchdown and gained a to total
tal total of 165 to help Eddie Lebaron
keep the Redskins in charge all
the way against the visiting
Packers. Lebaron threw touch touchdown
down touchdown passes to Joe Walton and
Bill Anderson. Babe Parilli of the
Packers threw scoring passes to
Max McGee and Jim Taylor.
The Eagles had a first down on
the Forty-Niner eight in the final
minutes at Philadelphia but
couldn't score. On the key play
in the series, the officials ruled
Bob Walston was out-of-bounds at
the limit of the end zone when
he caught what would have been
a touchdown pass from Norm
Van Brocklin.
Cardinals Arrive
In Japan; To. Play
First Game Friday
TOKYO (UPI) The St. Louis
Cardinals, including newly ap appointed
pointed appointed manager Solly Hemus
and Stan Musial, arrived in two
different planes at Tokyo inter international
national international Airport today for a 16 16-game
game 16-game series in Japan at the in invitation
vitation invitation of the Mainichi news newspapers.
papers. newspapers. The Cardinals were given an
enthusiastic reception at the air airport
port airport by Japanese fans who last
saw a maior league team when
the Dodgers toured Japan in 1956.
The Cardinals are scheduled to
play their first game in Japan on
Friday.
SUFFERS KNEE INJURY
CLEVELAND, Ohio (UPI)
Mike McCormack, veteran offen offensive
sive offensive tackle for the Cleveland
Browns, suffered a knee injury
during sunoay s game wun me
Pittsburgh Steelers and will be
sidelined at least two weeks.
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Scott Brady in
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TONY CURTIS
As a silave who rebels, in
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VICTORIA
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Francis Cops
4th Victory
Over Bourne

Ex-featherweight king Rodol Rodol-fo
fo Rodol-fo Francis had local boxing peo people
ple people just about convinced today
that as a fighting man he is su superior
perior superior to- former bantamweight
monarch Melvin Bourne.
Francis scored a sensational
split decision victory over
Bourne at the National Gym
Sunday night to mate It four
straight over his arcb enemy
in six meetings and clear up
any doubts as to which of the
two fine boxers is the better.
Rodolfo, who weighed 125
pounds to Melvin's 124, In the
ten-round scrap, took the last
two rounds in convincing fash fashion
ion fashion to grab the decision in what
many thought was a fairly even
battle up to the eighth round.
The game Bourne appeared to
be on the verge of a kayo just
before the bell sounded to bring
the thriller to a close and at the
end he bled profusely from a
nasty gash over the right eye eyebrow.
brow. eyebrow. It was estimated that Bourne
will be inactive for about three
months as a result of his in injury.
jury. injury. Actually Francis would have
won by a unanimous verdict had
it not been for an error by ref referee
eree referee Isaac Herrera whose score
card had Bourne winning by a
point.
Herrera revealed that he had
the boxers even up to the
ninth with 87 points each, and
inadvertently gave Bourne ten
points and Francis nine in the
10th, although he admitted
that in his opinion Francis
won the final stanza by a
large margin.
The arbiter had already turn
ed in his card to boxing com commission
mission commission officials when he realiz realized
ed realized his error at which time the
officials ruled it was too late to
make a correction.
Judges Felipe Cazabon and
Jose Graham had Francis win winning
ning winning 95-90, and 99-93, respective respectively.
ly. respectively. The Panama American saw it
97-95 In Francis' favor.
In the other scraps Vicente
Worrell, 128, gained a split de decision
cision decision wi nover Jose Rlvas, 124,
in a six-rounder; Conrado Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, 120, took a unanimous
verdict from -Ernesto Campbell,
122, in a four-round prelim; and
In the four-round curtain raiser
Manhattan Kid, 113, got the
nod from the three judges in de de-cisionlng
cisionlng de-cisionlng Jose Pacheco, llS1.
Santa Cruz Sports
By C. WELSH
BASKETBALL
rimim "A"
Teams W
Ecuador 6
Cuba .... 4
Coca Cola ...... 2
Tulsa 0
Pet.
1.000
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Last Game Result
Ecuador 68. Tulsa 26
Ecuador continued to set the
pace in the School's Basketball
League by whipping Tulsa 68-26.
The win cave Ecuador their 6th
consecutive win without a loss
while Tulsa was handed their
dvt.h st.rntcM loss without a win.
The Ecuador squad showed
i great teamwork throughout the
match. Lorenzo "WiKKy" Mc-
Farlane, Tulsa's player manager
scored all his team's points with
oa hut. that wasn't enoueh to
i the 27 points of Eric Carew who
Joutscored Tulsa.
Group "B"
Teams W
Diablos 6
Malta Vigor .. ..4
Spur Cola 1
Nabisco 1
Pet.
1.000
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.167
.167
Last Game Result
violtn vlirnr 44 Nabisco 7
Malta Vigor handed Nabisco
their fifth deieat or tne season
v,,, nklta urashlnor them 44-7.
This was the worst beating giv
en to any team tnis season, wiai wiai-ta
ta wiai-ta Vigor exhibited great form In
maintaining the second spot in
the league's standings.
Richard Bowen and Ramlro
De Graclas contributed most of
their team's fireworks. High
scorers were: R. Bowen (MV) 17,
R. De Graclas (MV) 9 and C.
Ramirez (N) 6.
CASABLANCA (UPI) Stirling
Moss of Britain won the Grand
Priz of Morocco but Mike Haw Hawthorn,
thorn, Hawthorn, also of Britain, clinched
the world auto driving champion championship
ship championship by finishing second.
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HERE'S HOW Joe Tranchini, No. 16, Navy's quarterback, takes halfbacks Bob CorreU, cen center,
ter, center, and Dick Zembrzuski in hand for a passing lesson at Annapolis. Tranchini's more than
a teacher his toss pulled the Michigan game out for the trouble-making Midshipmen,

Braniff To
Isthmian
KOBBE MIXED LEAGUE
Teams

W L
35 21
35 21
33 23
32 24
32 24
29 27
25 31
25 31
21 35
-13 43

Iguanas
Highpockets
Hits and Mrs.
Hi-Lo's
Sheboivei
Sputternicki
Sad Sacks
Doubtful Fivt
The V A'.sr;.
Jefes
Hi Lo's 3 Igoanaa 1
Worrv Brnp and Tom Smith
formed the one-two punch for the
Hi Lo's in scalmng the league ieau-
ing Iguanas by a three to one
,.r,t Tho Tcnunnv started the
LUUlll. O J
nitht nroceedings as expecieu
ith an pasv win. but the Barnes
and Smith combination caugm up
with them and then It was too
bad. For the Iguanas, the fcacK
Tribe took the scoring honors,
Gwenn a 546 series, ano ao.
505.
Highpockats 1 The V 3
with th Tffuanas losing three
the Highpockets passed up a gol golden
den golden opportunity in taking over un un-riicmiteH
riicmiteH un-riicmiteH nnssession of first place.
Instead they dropped three to the
v Th v hart their raaar sei on
th head Din in the nrst two
games, while the HighpocKets were
tn innranr. trnunie. in me niioic
the V collapsed completely ana
the HiehDncketes Docketed tneir
nnlv marker.
Two guys and a aoii carneu
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the work load of the V, wnen
Pete Basham broke 531, Ray Bur
ton 502, and damsel Ann William
enn sa por me rucneis n wnn
the same formula two guys ana
a dame. Irene Beler 550, her hUD
by dear 526, and Al Hume 517. j
Thrat Hits and 2 Mrs 4
Sad Sacks 0
The Sad Sacks were in a sad
state of affairs, because they just
could not get going. The only close
eame was the middle one, which
the Sad Sacks lost out by 11 pins.
On the other side of the ledger,
the Hits and Mrs. were hitting and
not missing, and the gathered all
four points in the win column and
are now only two points out of
first place.
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Golf Tournament

ES
Doug Johnson of the Sad Sacks
was the only one to DreaK suu,
but on the other hand all of Hits
and Mrs engraved their name
on the score tablet, Bill Fleshman
and his Dottie had 553 and 517,
Helene Martello 506, Sal Laquida
ra 534 and Hero Holt ML.
Shavoivas 2 Jefes 2
With both teams rolling over 800
total in each stanza, resulted in
a nip and tuck battle and, then
the smoke cleared away, honors
were even. The Cheboives took
the first two and the Jefes the last
one and TP. Red Calbot of the
cellar Jefes had himself a neat
523 scratch and 610 handicap se
ries. but this was counterbalanced
by Shep Shephard 552 scratch and
603. For the Jefes, Helen Windlef
walloped 523 and Herb Clark 516
and for the Shevoives Bill Bond
broke 530.
Sputternicks 4 Doubtful Five 0
The Sputternicks did not sputter
but were in the groove and walk
ed away with a perfect night, in
blanking the Doubful Five for all
four points. In the opening round
the Soutternicks just managed to
win by 20 sticks, and the next
one was closer when they. won. by
16. The last One they corralled 67
sticks. Pat Carter had herself
satisfactory evening with a 530
to lead the Sputternicks, and she
had help from Wiley Williamson's
512.
On the other side of the fence
it was Jim Oiinger with a 515
scratch and 563 handicap.
KOBBE'S FARFAN LEAGUE
Ttamj
Jon-I-Colls
W
4
4
3
3
1
1
0
0
Stingers
Pin Pals
Peppers
Jesters
Hi-Hos
Win Dines
Cherry Pickers
Another bowling group inaugur inaugurated
ated inaugurated their season at the Kobb
lanes when eieht four-member
squads took to the boards. Prexv
Wayne Collins and Money Bafis
and statistician Charlie Jackson
predict a rough and ruggedt ussle
for the crown.
Damsel Beverly Jackson stole
the show the first night out, when
she rolled a 202 scratch game,
and a 636 handicap series. Others
who made early bids for the tro trophies
phies trophies were Al Krueger and Lucky
Jones for the men. In the ladies
class it was the same Beverly
Jackson and Betty McGujre.
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For New

Braniff International Airways
will be hosts to local golfers as
the newest of Isthmian Goli
Tournaments will get underway
as the Summit Hills Golf and
Country club Monday, Nov. 16.
Qualifying rounds will extend
through Sunday, Nov. 16.
Braniff will be giving local
golfers an opportunity to sharp'
en up their games in prepara
tion for the 1959 Panama Open
Golf Tournament which will be
played the latter part of Janu
ary.
Braniff and Summit Golf Club
officials have announced that
the U.S.G.A. Rules will prevail
for this .tournament. ,,,.
.'" Summit' golf. course will o
open to all Isthmian golfers for
practice rounds during the week
of Monday, Nov. 3 and Sunday
Nov. 9. The first round played
by a golfer on the Summit
course during the week of Mon
day, Nov. 10 and Sunday, Nov. 16
will be considered to be. that
golfer's qualifying round.
- Golfers must sign the tourna
ment sheet in the clubhouse be
fore playing their qualifying
round, and It is requested that
they Indicate their home and of
fice telephone numbers.
Flights will be broken down
according to handicaps, but any
golfer without an established
handlcan is more than welcome
to play. These non-handicappers
will be qualifying for one of the
srjots in the championship or
first flights.
Each local club pres'dent has
been requested to submit list
of the Nov. 1 handicaps of their
club members to assure that all
golfers will be using their cor correct
rect correct and lowest handicap as of
that, date.
.There is no entrv fee for this
tournament and It is exDected
that 200 or more locnl golfers
will attempt to .qualify for one
of the spots in the eight flights
for men and the 32 spots for the
women.
Weekend Sports
Summary
Saturday
ATLANTA, Ga. (UPI)-Georgia
Tech scored a fourth period
touchdown and conversion to ain
a 7-7 tie with Auburn and end
the Tigers' 17 game winning
streak, the longest major college
football streak in the country.
NEW YORK (UPI) Wilt
Chamberlain, ex -' Kansas Uni
versity great, scored 16 points
before a crowd of 18,398 at Madi Madison
son Madison Square Garden as the Har Harlem
lem Harlem Globetrotters beat the Phila
delphia SDhas. 70 46. It was
Chamberlain's first appearance
on the garden court.
CAMDEN, N. J. (UPI)-Regi-nald
Webster's ) Quill Won the
$135,960 Gardenia Stakes at Gar Garden
den Garden State Park by a half length
over Resaca.
NEW YORK (UPI) Inside
Tract, a 15-1 shot, won the $81,
950 Jockey Club Gold cup two two-mile
mile two-mile race at Belmont while
Clem, the favorite "in the field
finished last. ..,,,,' i
' SYRACUSE." N. Yj "(UPI) The
Syracuse Nationals defeated ;the
Detroit Pistons, 103-94, in a na na-tlnnnllv
tlnnnllv na-tlnnnllv telnvineH nm :. haskelball
game that marked the opening of
the 958-59 National Basketball
Association season.

L 7

Editor: COWR ADO
. Three consecutive days of auc auctions
tions auctions will get underway this aft.
ernoon at 5 o'clock with ten
Chilean thoroughbred colts and
fillies going on the block. The
group consists of two three-year-olds-
and eight four-year-olds.
. -. r
A down payment Of ten per
cent of the value of the ani animal
mal animal being auctioned is the on only
ly only requirement to enter the
bidding. The prices range from
$1,800 to $3,750.
'The animals that will be sold
today are: Highland Prince, a
brown three-year-old colt by
Prince-Hillamont; Monitor, a
brown fourryear-bld colt by
Country Life-Manaos; Mondesir,
brown fourryear-old colt by
Holmbush-Urpila; Tarasca, a
chestnut four-year-old filly by
Taimado-Originarla; Plucky, a
tnree-year-old bay -filly by Af Afghan
ghan Afghan II-Plucky Dieppe; 'Mauri-
clo, four-year-old chestnut colt
by Comovos-Charmante; Indian
caik rour-year-old brown filly
by Welsh Honey-Indian Air; Me Me-tafierro,
tafierro, Me-tafierro, four-year-old chestnut
colt by Fifo II-Floscie: Lucien-
te, four-year-old bay colt by L-
Oriflamme-Huilo Hullo, and the
four-year-old brown filly Roina.
Under the terms of the auc
tion, the Value of the animal re
mains the same after the bid bidding.
ding. bidding. The prospective buyer who
is. willing to make the highest
initial payment in cash gets the
animal.
oOo
Felix Sanchez was the only
jockey suspended over the week
end. Sanchez was set down six
meets for crossing Thunder Thunder-streak,
streak, Thunder-streak, Ml Locura and Vestmcto
with Jump Quick in Sunday's
sixth race.
Trainer Rafael de Alba cot a
$10 fine for sending Soberano
out on the track with defective
gear, causing a delay, at the
starting line.
Eustacio Garcia de Paredes,
Mariema's trainer, was fined $5
tor not using the correct colors
on the mare.
Nogalino was suspended for 15
days by the veterinarian because
he bled from nostrils after Sat
urday's sixth race.
Soberano: which was a trailer
in Saturday's third race, also
was set down 15 days for being
lame, xne vet reported that So-
berano's left knee hurt after the
race.
" Kiri'g John was also suspended
for 15 days for being lame after
Saturday's first race.
Calancha, which refused at
the start in Sunday's eighth
race, netted a iour-meet sus
pension.
oOo
Local turf fans are mourn mourning
ing mourning the deaths of two former
Juarj Franco racetrack manag managers.
ers. managers. Harry T. Hart, of Gamboa,
died earlv Sunday morning at
Gorgas Hospital, and Raul Es Es-pinosa,
pinosa, Es-pinosa, the "father of horse
racing in Panama," expired
Sunday night after suffering a

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hotel. :;
Mr. Hart was credited witA T.i
aiding 'the Isthmian turf sport 5
to get back on Its feet after' the r ';'
depression years. He was also
the manager of the KennelwortH
do? track for several years," .A
Don Raul founded the first r -.
Panama Jockey Club and waa ,.t
directly responsible for the plan Yar Yarning
ning Yarning and construction of the !!
now defunct Sabanas oval. He': &
was also a successful owner of
thoroughbreds. ..'-
One of Don Raul's horses. Co "- i
eland, won all his ten starts in1'" in1'"-Panama,
Panama, in1'"-Panama, He raced oufof the

oemng? m almost every instance
and although he won nine of
those races under a stout pull, "7.1
he established records for Almost ''"
every distance at the old track.

Some of Coplapo's records, were
still standing nn tn thp time tha

Juan Franco track was demol- '.ii?
lshed. 4
Mr, Esoinosa also gained fa trie A
when' his grey-coated Chilean
thoroughbred Olhaverrv raced f
from last place to win the $100.-,t .i
000 added Santa Anita Handi- A
cap only eight years aeo v.- f

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RAILESPINOSA V
Don Raul was philantrople,
person, good humored -and al always
ways always willing to help people
down on their luck, A large
number of horse owners, will,
always remembe Mr. Esplnosa
because of 4he many times he
, wept t&. their assistance., ;
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LOGART GETS DRAW, u,
KINGSTON, Jamaica OWPI)

Welterweight contender Isaac Lo- t

gart of Cuba and Gerald Gray,-

cnampion ui w ycbv nuicoi)S(i,rt

fought to a 10-round draw Satur-.

aay nigni av ouuiua tmi. .wbi im

ring official favored Logart But ,

the other two called the bout a,v
draw.

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TU1SDAT, OCTOBER 21. 1951

Tin PANAMA AMTRICAX AN IXDEFENUfXT DAILY KEvTSPAPEB
pagr irvt.1
Ai:my;: Life, o:v AMmlMM:

DawMns Changes
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JOE WILLIAMS

For some- yeara

now Casey

Stengel at $80,000, plus annua
bonus, has been in the highes.
paid manager in baseball... .and.
as the fellow aayi, he'd H cheap
t half the price.
As a manager., the old left-hano
ed dentist is atgood as they come,
but thafa not what -.makes rj-Jm.
itand out. "What waa it he told the
acribea after the Yankees had put
their 24th pennant in the book
this year?, v "I realize 1 couldn t
have done it without the players.
The generous gesture is not al altogether
together altogether peculiar to established
genius,. yet players have actually
been known toelp.as anyone who

"studies the managerial accom

plishment! of the tnree
MeGulicuddy, McGraw and Mc McCarthy,
Carthy, McCarthy, must agree,'
Stengel nas something "these
other famous I 4 marshals
didn't. Besides loving the "game
that has made him, he loves beo beo-nle.
nle. beo-nle. And crowds. And clamor. But
the setting and the .siibjett.,- mus
m baseball. J
An hour or more be'ore one of
the closing games in M.iwaukee
in the World Series Stengel, hold holding
ing holding court in the dugout, as usjal,
refused 'to nam his pitcher. -.
"If I tell you now, you guy i will
go awy and leave me mid 111 be
lonesome" be parried with;; the

scribes.; Vt,V-' J '1

'

Never Backs Away.

. Stengel' was only half kidding.
v. .) iars haree out' Of the

give and take sessions with the
press box. If he's never lost for an
:' answer, in or out of orbit, be also
5.' never.backs away from a question
. no matter how direct or. challenge
mi. ..."Well maybe like you say;

I played it wrong, he'll nod, "But
- I didn't think. to, at the, time, and
I ain't so -sure 1 think so now."
What generally follows i that
, Casey. .we've known him iaT
Kr pnturiis and have yet-16

' '!. annhAHv HVM Edna, the BltS

sus, call h'm Charles hir first
name.", .will take the play, apart,
- along jwith the thinking he brought
. to it, and, in patient, infinite de de-.
. de-. tail, show how it figured to work

la theory and why it failed in taci.
These. clinical sessions are re-
wirHini? txDeriences. and the non-

seauifurs with which he habitually
embellished his orations. ."There
is nothing like .baseball, and, I've
always said that' even before I
! wit rirh". .' .make them all the

more so. Is -Stengelese an ffec

tation? What would be -the .point?

a Man wIia f1V mnrb and

as fast as Stengel probably doesn't
have time to put the words in the

l" planation may be that his, mind

V I u0 Tt lor- nis flnecn oeeiues,
Min th ar ia attuned. Stenge

Jse co never oe eorausea

.Senegalese, shall we say?

Last summer 'Stengel testified

Wore a Senate Committee which

requested his views on legislation
to. exempt baseball from' antitrust
laws. He said- "As ;far as" I'm
concerned, from drawing, a salary
nd from ups and downs, and
being discharged, I always found
there was somebody ready to cnv
ploy you, if you had something on
tho ball ",

The Senators laughed fit to Be
tieV. And no wonder. A guy .who
makes sene in Washington has Jo

,b funny Daffy, anyway,

Stengel is a cheerful extrovert,;
tnd if this makes him a character,
t doesn't diminish the qualities
tat make him the best known

and most popular manager in

jasebll, and quite likely its No. 1
personality." as well. i : v
These qualities add up to a
warm, simple humanity which en

dows him with the magic of un-

riMtandini' and being understood

by people. This calls for being

vourself at all times, s e v e r a l

years ago Stengel suffered a brief

laose: his attitude seemed to be

the players couicuu nave, cone n

without mm.
r But even in this momentary sur surrender
render surrender to vanity there was a eon

firmation of character, For a man

who had come back from the

bushes, wbe had waited so long

for recognition, any other reaction

would nave been abnormal, or at
least susnect. 1

It nas been suggested aoove

that regardless of what the Yan

kees pay Stengel, held be cheap at
half the price. As a source of pub publicity
licity publicity alone, for instance, the won

derful old geezer nas va oe worm

three Mantles and six rurieys, ana

a dozen radio-TV stations.

Field & Stream

' Fishing Editor
By ,Ak McCLANE

r

'The1 winter iteelhead campaign

gets under way next month.' Pa

cific coast regulars wui oe ws ws-sifig
sifig ws-sifig Weighted flies at those big

sea run rainbows. In the extreme

ly heavy water that occurs now,
that, extra weight ia necessary to

reach, the depths where fish travel.
Weighted flies are larger than
those used in summer fishing and

consequently require a different

technique in casting.

The one chief difference is the
slowing down of the cast to allow

the heavier, wind-resistant flies

more time to reach tne extreme

end nf the back cast.

.The angler con feel the pull of
the line and fly at it straightens

out behind him and then a power powerful
ful powerful but rather 'slow toward cast

is necessary : to shoot the heavy

flv out to the desired spot. The

faster casting used with unweightf
ed flies will too. often snap off the

Weighted kind On the start of the

forward cast. s
J'Tn nvr.molu. Mcrh -wafer a1

head wiU frequently move out of
their usual haunts in the runs and
riffles to take up temporary abode
in the deep pools. :
, : i
'They will hold 'in the deepest
part of the pool where the main
force of the current passes over
them, affording a layer of rela relatively
tively relatively quiet water near bottom. 1
' A heavily weighted fly cast well
upstream and allowed to bounce
along; the' bottom will frequently
take fish. Casting the weighted
fly to fish under these circum circumstances
stances circumstances takes lots of patience.
The fly drifting along through
the heavy current may be within

two feet of the bottom and. still

not be close enough to be visible

in murkv winter "water,
& The ; fly should be -v weighted
enough to go to the bottom quick

ly and bump along like bait.

Filly Goes In
Garden State

CAMDEN, N. X. (NEA) The
wnriri'a richest race The Gar

den State which will be run, at
Cardan State Park Oct 25, has a
fpw interesting Hems connected

with it. Interesting, that is, to
anybody wh can look past the

race's value, izss.mw. i
t hirin with. Tomy Lee. win

ner of six of seven, is the first
west coast colt to appear ia the

money-Iitterede two-year oia
vnt. And the race's distance, a

mile and sixteenth,' seems made

in nrder for this English-bred colt.

Aa usnalv with the coast wben

they do thing they de 'em big. So
Kualita the crack California fil'v
winner of sevea of eight, also wdl
give tht race a whirl.
Tummy Lee an favored First

I.anriinc in a neck in Belmont

Park's. Champagne' Stakes and

the horse fraternity came away
with the idea he was the beat of

the two. except for a baa time

oa the turns. ' 1

The biggest surprise Is the fart

Jimmv Jones of Calumet will

watch this one with no rooting
interest at alL Mighty Calumet

does not have ? a two-year-old

readv to ran at this time.

Please note the "at this, time."

Jimmy and bis pop, Ben always
seem to havt a three-year-old
ready in the spring no matter

what it did at two (Tim Tam, Gen

Duke, etc.) -and this time out one
might remember a horse named

On and Oa. s

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Jack Smilh Still
Leeds Seagram's

Ringer Toum-menl

Jack Smith still holds a two

stroke lead over Frank Day in

the 1 current Seagram's V.O

Whiskey Rlneer tournament now

underway at the Summit Hills

Golf and Country Club. ; Smith

leads .the field with a low 03. ;.
Maxlne' Hood moved into first
place among the fair sex golf golf-erg,
erg, golf-erg, lowering; her score to a very
neat 88 while playing four
rounds during th past' week.
Bob A u s nehmer dropped to
second' place although lowering
her score to 91 during tho week
of play. Riding along in third
place is, Velta Sharpt v,
Following smith and Dav are

Bill cdnger with a 'tf. Bob Aus-

nehmer: at 68. and Ted jonaan

remains In contention .with his

flft. Anv of these srolfers are ca

pable of catching Smith during

the remaining days of the tour

nament as they are all several
timps-a-week golfers, while
Smith ha limited himself to the
"old man's" same of Saturday

ar.d Sunday golf. ,",!-.

Mixed Scotch Foursome.
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Summit will be-hosts to the

isthmian golfers this Saturday

Oct. 25 at 1 p.m, with its month

lv mixed scotch foursome tour

nament. Prizes are now on "dis

play at the Summit Golf Club."

In an errors to prevent nara

feelings caused 1n recent mixed

scotch foursome tournaments all

volfers will be required to line up

their own partners. In this wav
all golfer travelling to Summit

are assured of navin a partner
and will relieve the tournament

committee of one of Its real

headaches. .' ,,

Immediately following .the

conclusion of the tournament

buffet supper will be served by
Summit's new Chef Antonio
with dance music being played

oeginmng at o p.m.

EDITORS NOTE: It Is not I
nsnal for a eolleje football team
to have power of this season's
Army varsity. It's happened be
fore. But this one is different,
with aa off-the field twist which
makes it the top story of the
season as HaTy Grayson shows
in this first of two dispatches. ..
By HARRY GRAYSON ,'
WEST POINT, N.Y. -i- (NEA)

It was late in the afternoon

and Col. Earl H. Blaik was in a
hurry to get home for dinner, so

he rapidly dictated the last tew

letters of the day in his duck-

board-lined office in the .United
States Military Academy gym gymnasium.
nasium. gymnasium. ..

One of them was to Fred Camp

bellwho knew Red Blaik at Dart

mouth and now was coaching the

swank Cranwood School at Kloom-

fie d. MiCh. -

'My advice to Peter Dawkins,"

Coach Blaik; said, "is to put in
another year at a preparatory
schoL He's only 16 now and as

I'm certain,- you'll agree,. 160
pounds -is rather light. Perhaps

he'll erow.-, f ,

This was in 1954 and Blanc was

soine by the book. A young, light

boy who naa done nis : footoan

playing in a league unfrequented
by rough and able, sons of mill

hands and coal miners just doesnt

make it as a member of an Army

varsityr j k

"But you will have to talto Pete

Dawkins now or not at all," ad advised
vised advised Coach- Campbell of Cran Cranwood.'
wood.' Cranwood.' So", rather than lose the lad
Blaik reluctantly arranged for

his appointment.

in his piebe year, jsiaia and nis
staff found out that Dawkins was
,the kind 'of kid : you can't clas classify
sify classify and now, with the most fa fabulous
bulous fabulous record ever compiled by a
cadet, he stands, out, along with
the quick and imaginative var varsity
sity varsity he captains, as the college
football story of the year. ;

nost. formidable one-two punch
n the college game. They hit for
hort-gainers, too, and don't get
mrt, and this is something- hard
.0 believe.

"DAWKINS WAS UMID,"

Blaik recalls, when he came to I

west Point. It was against his I

nature to block and tackle. We

had him on the scrubs running

opponents' plays against the yar

sity. i rankly, we put him there to

tougnen him up."

Anderson, too, was not thought

oi as a power-house at the outsett

He had been sickly as a youth

the same aa Dawkins, who bad
polio at 11 and the impression
was that both had been over pro

tected by their famuies.'. c
Last season Dawkins and An

derson, operating: out of tht tight. I

line-hitting Army T, were difficult!

to stop, but Notre Dame, shaded
them and Navy knocked them off.

This year. Red Blaik broke out

a pew offense.. And now Army is

at the, top and First .Captain of

cadets fete DawKins, :. the timid 1
kid who was too young, runs the I

snow, s i

Except when he's blocking fori
Bob Anderson, who' wasn't sup

posed to oe much either.

NEXT: Why Red Blaik opened up.

"IS' ADDITION TO GIVING the
football team a peerlesa leader,
Dawkins is first captain of eadets,
class president and star student.
Not in the 156-year history of the
Academy, has a -cadet, held all
four distinctions. r , s
. "I have seen cadets for many

yeans," Blaik tells you, "but ne never
ver never a natural leader among them

like Dawkins. He has changed

the entire life of the Academy...
and its football too."

You can see that in any num

ber of Army football maneuvers

this fall, but the best Illustration

came late in the final period of
the smashing victory over Notre

Dame. A play before, Joe caid caid-well
well caid-well had tossed a flat pass meant

for Dawkins and Bob Williams of

the Irish barely missed inter

cepting with a clear field in front

of him

On th bench. Blaik and his

aides winced as they saw the play,

When you are ahead late in a
tough game you don't take

chances, s

run rnjB

But the thinking in the huddle

was different, and Captain Daw-

Kins was in conimanu.
"Throw It again. Joe." Daw-

kins ordered. "Williams will float

out with me too far to the Tight

I'll cut back and across and lose

him." '

CRISTOBAL

r.

W. J. Schexnayder' Gold-Coast

pint of p r e c i s e explosiveness,

"pointed out" to the assemblage
of Cristobal Gun Club Skeet shoot

ers at the Wedneday afternoon

rounds of the 15th Instant that no

thing succeeds like success except

more of the same, and underlined;
his point by winning for himself a

first-time "50-straight" t chevron,

graciously standing his rant audi audience
ence audience a round of drinks to illustrate
further that greatness does not

forget its attendant responsibili-

Wiltz swang his gun smartly and

smoothly all the way through his

flawless string to bacx up his oer-

fect score of the prior week, then

eft fcood enoueh alone bv curtail

ing his efforts at the point of 58

hi w'thoi't a miss.

W. W. Rowland. also with : a

straifht'' string behind him. start

ed strong, but miscalculated the

hieh-house target on station four,
and stopped his run at 3.,
Other shooters fared this way;'
George Lopp 1 .24
Joe Kueter 23
Walter Johnston ', 2S
F Cbollsr V 1 23
Cliff Hayward (Sid) 21
R. D. Lawrance the "big men men-ace,"
ace," men-ace," was in there trying hard,
and is exnected to soon produce a

score that will' adequately reflect

the rewards Inevitably gained bv

assiduous effort at this especial

ly "rand sport. ,

Officials ot tne ciud' announceo

th "t a 11 who like their meat to hold
still for being shot-gunned will be

BLAIK CLUTCHED HIS FACE
as Calwell dropped back to pass

again, but Dawkins cut into the

clear and took the pass easily" for
a 23-yard gain that got Army
out, of a hole and sealed Notre
Dame's fate. He scored Army's

second touchdown two or three

plays later on West Point's sweep

to the weak side.

Later, he told Blaik. "We would

have caught Williams had 'he in
tercepted the pass."

Dawkins said it flatlv. without

any doubt in his voice. He is that

kind of a kid. ";

When you tell the story of the

remarkable rejuvenation of Army

football this automn, with its

lonesome end. its halfbacks throw

ing and, its lively imagination, you
have to start with Dawkins and

his inseparable running mate Bob

Anderson.

Dawkins left-handed in every everything'
thing' everything' but thinking. He keeps or

pitenes on option piays; wniie
running to his. left. Anderson.' a

right-hander; does the same thing

the otner wav. .They are exc"

tionally fast for big men, the

i -I... i tn j. Hi, a, ,.

granted opportunities to please
both themselves and their family

budget officers at Turkey .Shoot
to start at 10:30 a.m., November

11. - v

But still : another major event

looms prior to the competition for

groceries.. The Leonard Campbell

Skeet Troony will be up for win

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50 brds on Suniay morning at 10 :

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Pert (UPD-Pert Queen Fflererika of Greece
arrived here today with two of
her children for a slxS week
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1 Frederika said Greece : will
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from scientists and professors
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' The Queen, was accompanied
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Next Year's Drive
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LOS ANGELES (UPI) Veler
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BERLIN (UPI) An East Ger German
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FOR SAtE:--3-piec sofa set,
0932, Amador road. ..'
FOR SALE v Apt. siie 60-cycla
stove, good condition. Tel. 3 3-0940,
0940, 3-0940, between 3-5 any day..
FOR SALE t Mahogany China ca ca-.
. ca-. binet, dining room table and four
Chairs, CHEAP. Qtrs. 2100-A, T.
Phone: 83-7139.
Mrs. Mignon lontho Grantht Your
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Newest Associate
Justice Has Task
Of Doorkeeper
WASHINGTON (UPI) Potter
Stewart, newest associate justice
of the supreme uoun, nas in inhibited
hibited inhibited if. two distinct tasks at
fresbinatt member of the nation s
highest tribunal.
1 He has icome me aoomeepor
at super-secret conferences the
Annrl'. nine instirffs hold each
Friday, and he must vote first
on cases decided at such toee
These practices fall iraditionalty
upon the newest justice. The 43-
nnarnlH' Stewart, who hails from
Cincinnati, was sworn into office
rw s, .1 a a. cucrssnr jto ; Justice
Harold H. Burton who' retired An
advice of his doctorsc:; v
Aa ph ef doorKeener. eacn
dayltisci dutytf guarantee
ih Wirt's Privacy. Na; outsider is
nr m lit d in the- conference
cnamDer, ine ispoo. mwum
to court clerks and secretaries.
Years aco: two paces were al
lowed in, but suspicions of a leak
developea ana even wougn w
suspicions were ; unfounded, the
practice was discontinued.
It lor' any: reason, j -.jujpuw
must iJe reacbed durlnt the Fri-day-
conferenoesi clerk knocks
on tha oor.Ut will to tha re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility of Stewart to answer
and find out what is wanted.
Also as the new member; when
tha onurt. ballots on a case. Pot
ter will, vote ahead of the other
justices,. This is because he is low
man on the totem pole. By tra tradition,
dition, tradition, the ;nina- justices say now
thav vnt an a Dendinfi case in
reverse seniority; from the bot
torn up.
Thm Frmav comerences are
Much more than votine sessions
Each justice speaks freely of his
ideas on a pending case. After
each in turn, has discussed the
issue, the chief iustice asks the
members how tney vote.
Head Of Dealers
Says Automobile
Is No Luxury Item
WASHINGTON (UPI) Dean
Chaffin, president of the Nation
al Automobile Dealers associa association,
tion, association, described the federal excise
tax on new automobiles as 10 per
cent luxury tax "for human
necessity preceded only by food,
clothing and shelter."
Chaffin urged auto dealers and
motorists to campaign for remov removal
al removal nf the tax aa the "Quickest and
most direct method of reducing
the cost of a new car." He said
the tax was imposed-to mscour mscour-ace
ace mscour-ace auto buyins during wartime
and "these conditions do not ap
ply now. tv;
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES Or AMERICA
Canal Zone
United States District Court For
The District of The Canal Zone
' tli vision of Balboa
Charles T. Knotts, PlalntlO vs. Suzan
M Knntu. Defendant. Summons Case
No. 47S3 Civil .Docket 21 Action lor
divorce. yJ-
Ti the above-namea aeienaani;
vMi mrm harehv rcouired to BDDear
and answer the complaint filed in lie
above-enUtled action within ninety days
after th llrst date of publication.
In case of your lanure 10 wo appear
and answer, Judgment will be taKen a-
gainst you, by derauit lor ine reiiei ne
manHJ in"uie comolaint.'
wiTNirsq the Honorable Guthrie F
Crowe. Judse.- United states uiatrici
Court for the District oi tne inai tone,
this October 20.
,.? Sara de la Petia v
"... Clerk.
fSeal) ') ',h 1 ;t ' ' '
'' By-' Marian D. Bowen
t ., ', Deputy Clerk
To RmjnV M. KnotUK;
Th fnrcsnlna aummonj ll served upon
you by publication pursuant to the order
el the. Honorable Guthrie r. Crowe,
Judge, United States District Court for
the District of the Canal Zone, dated
October 17, lSS,:ana entered and filed
i hii axtlnn In the office of the Clerk
of said United States District Court for
the Division of saiooa, on veiooer i,
iSara' de' la--Pea' .s
... v J;, Clerk ': v ''
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Deputy Clerk ji
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FOR SALE: 28" English "make
boy's bike, Raleigh. Lionel etee etee-tric
tric etee-tric train set, ''0" gauge. On
combination radio o phonograph
console. CaH Balboa 2325. House
0950 Amador Road.
FOR SAL!: Girl's 24 inch bi bicycle,'
cycle,' bicycle,' good condition $20.00,
794x8, Balboa.
FOR SALE: 2 pc. limed oak
finish Hi-Fi Garred charger,
heath kit' 80 watt preamp and
amplifier. Carlson encloser 1 5"
TRX Trlxial alectreveice apeaker.
Phone Balboa 2384. V
FOR SALE Lawn mower, gas-
oline engine, tike new; Real bar
gain, fuite Arosemena Avenue
and 25th Stroot, now Icaxa build build-ing.
ing. build-ing. Apt. 2. From 6:00 to 8:00
p.m. '
FOR SALE: Philco air-conditioner,,
ton,. Call, Balboa 2 2-4319.,
4319., 2-4319., FOR SALE: Two now net fend fend-era
era fend-era 1200 tqna cargo with radio
radar, one LSM 1 000 tens, one
800 tons all properly equipped
cargo ships. For information :
phone Panama 3-5927, :K-
WANTED
Wanted smooth tires, suitable for
reconstruction, Roconstructora
Nacionaf, Peru Avenue 7,
; Phone 2-0406. v
MUSHROOM MEDICINE
PAJRIS (UPI) French eciea
asts are studying a report on the
possibility of usinj;; Mexican
musnroom in psychiatric work.
paper read at the- French Ain.
emy of Sciences outlined the work
of a team of doctors with' a d-us
caued psilocybine. i Prof. Roger
Heim 'said it was extracted from
a musnroom called 'Mexican
psilocybe" which was used by na natives
tives natives in remote parts of Mexico
in ritual ceremonies. Heim aaid
tne. drug : was tested on 20 psy
chiatric cases and the results
weire striking., y -i-y-
View Cold Virus
NEW YORK, (UPI) A medical
science a u t h o r i t y respected
throughout the world has taken
the hopeful view that the- virus
(or viruses) of the commo ncold
surely can't jresist scientific de detection
tection detection much longer, xh- -f
But it confessed that at the mo moment
ment moment scientific ignorance concern concerning
ing concerning the virus (or viruses)- hardly
could be more complete. In short,
science doesn't know of anything
that can be done about a., cold.
The authority is the internation international
al international techidcal journal,' '."The' Lan Lan-06."
06." Lan-06." It based its .viewe largely
on those of two American scien scientist!.
tist!. scientist!. a Dr.; 3.1M. DinBle. nresident
of the American Association pot
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Irrrmunoloeists. and Dr. C. H An-
drewes, of the Johns Hopkiiis Pni-
versitv. Baltimore.
Rather despau-uigiy, "me lan
cet" also gave prominence vto
'The Handle Theory" of the com
mon cold TtroDosed bv Dr. J, Mar-
DifnhiA an MfifTiian miniif.
health physician. At all times -all
of us have numerous bacteria en
cased in obscure activities in our
nntai and mrtuths. V .. i
Ritchie's theory is the common
eolrl virus for viruses )f acts as a
"handle" whiich moves tnos pac-
tri intn infliptinff S cold UDOn
tVin neraon harboring them -r if
right amounts art present when
the virus drops down;; :among
them., .-.- : I4':;' : :
Ritchie ha been applying nis
theory in experiments witn iac!
fory workers far two winters,
When a worker feels a cold com
ing on, he reports to the factory
doctor. The theory is that we of
ten can 'ffeel'l it when the virus
puts a handle on the bacteria;
we have a sense oi "caicnoig
COld." V ''1 V
Hai' the rerwrtiin factory work-
ers were given nan anuoiouc in
pill form through the two winters,
and half were given nothing An An-tibttdes
tibttdes An-tibttdes kiU bacteria but they-do
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Real Estate
FOR SALE-lota 500 and 1.000
meters, In tha Nuevo Hipodromo
Urbanisation, across the Remon '.'
Racetrack. 'All lot With street"
fronts, sewage, water main and
; electricity.. Call W. McBsrnatt.
FOR SALE Farm' Arraiian .9
hectares, two story house, fruit
trees, ready for chichen business,
'American neighbors. Information
Balboa 1317. N
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POR SALE.- Property located at. J
El Valla, 5 bedroom house
6.000 square meters land, fruit
trees, river with dam. Saloa price
$22,000, reasonable terms. Ap Apply
ply Apply Aeolfa Noriega, ll Valla.

Dunlop Tourney Pairihcs,
Qualifying Round Results

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With a tesounding 109 entries.
the -1958 Dunlop Golf Tournament
got off to a smashing start with
the drawing of the first round Sun
day night at, the '.Panama f Golf
Club.- The tremendous number of
entries composed of f 49 i;in the
nrst luent, and 48 in tne second
flight, with 12 ladies in the flight
of the opposite sex, made the 1958
Dunlop; Golf Championship,' as -! i
master of entries, the most suc
cessful of the six Dunlop golf
Tournaments played thus far,.'.
MEDALIST SCORES LOW
. Jack Lallv took the medalist
ward in the men's first flight, with
a net of 68, while -jHikevMaduro,
flashing the results of recent prac
tice, took his first medalist award
witn a net 01 69. in the lames
flight, Kay- Purdy. .came .through
with a sotendid net of 72 to coo
the medalist prize. Skip Babb and
Al Corsale tied for ,low gross in
the first, flight with 70'... -The
lucky 32 players; who will
compete in the t championship
flight are listed below. Qualifica Qualification
tion Qualification score was cut off at 76,' Mi Miguel
guel Miguel Moreno, Roberto Torres, Dr
f.5f
ist
Can Be DetlcleiJ
tust about nothing to vif ilses. For
whatever' it means, mmst nf Bit.
chie's workers who cot In anti
biotic didn't come down with
colds, while many of those who
didn't take the Dills" did come
The endorsement of "The Lan.
cet" was for Dinule. however
for Dingle's -statement s thatii-
norance of the 'cause predispos
ing laccors, ana treatment tne
common cold ia an rest that th
field is wide open f theories
ana unproven assertions' -u, k
The trouble '"Is thatl no BciAnti'at
has yet identified the1 virus (or
viruses) which cause the common
mad extensive efforts to do so
ana to cultivate (or them) in
the laboratory. In the search, he
nas wentuiea many a new virus.
ana nev nas suggested that the
common cold may be caused bjr
ruses, ,-;M
Optimisticaliy. "The Lancet"
said the present is "a "Dhase of
rapia aavances,' ana ra will ne
surpnsmg the common cold vt
rus resists cultivation for very
much longer although, even if
the virus gives in quite soon, we
may still spend many yeatrs wear wearing
ing wearing our flannel .underwear to keep
ike many medical authorities
it scoffs at the idea of most lay
people (and of some doctors) that
you can catch a cold by-getting
chilled. A fedling of. chilliness is
Nne of the f:rr signs that- you
have caught a cold, rather than
something which causes', you to
catch one, these authorities hold,

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VETERANS DAT DANCE COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN have plans all sewed up for their fifth WK ;
n'ual dahce to be given In Cristobal on Nov. 10 by the VFW. There will be dahcing from o p.m," f.
to 2 Am,' to' tha muslff of Lucho Azcarraga and his orchestra.;' Pictured above are W. T. Strlck-i ,'
landdance committee chairman, W. W.-Rowland, post commander, and John Housley,--ticket1,
chairman, Tha dance la sponsored by the Lt. Garvin H, Moumblow Memorial post (876,

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- WANTED Two euHide sales salesmen
men salesmen must be bilingual for t-
vside sale work. Apply Modems,
S.A. La Locaria, Pasadena, one
, half block to the left of the Na National
tional National Brewery's "main jSatew
. Telephone 3-2323, ,' 1.
Wanted Position
Accountant desires position. 25
years experience Spanish-English
CPA with vast administrative rec?
ord. Please write Apartado 4731 t
:: Panama., -j ' A f
Domestic Employment
WANTED -A oo'd plain "cook,
for the month of November. Ap Apply
ply Apply Mrs. Payne 49 Street Nel 10
Belle Vista. "
Earl Gerrans and Roy Glickenhaus
were the four players with the
net score of 76, and must play an
additional 18 holes, before" Friday
to determine the two low' medal
ist scores, -
The lowest net. score will fill a
place in the upper bracket of the
cnampionship flight, while the se
cond lowest score will fill a va
cancy in the lower bracket of Play
in the championship flight. .'
f The championship flight qualir
fiers. (with net scores) Jack Lal Lal-ly
ly Lal-ly 68, General Landon 69, Frank
Morrlce Jr.' 69, CoL Skip Rabb 70,
bal Corsale 70, T. M. Ashton 71,
Eramo de la Guardia 71, Raul A A-rango
rango A-rango 71, E. E. Betron'-Tlk Jim
Hinkle, W, E. May .72, G. Djlf Djlf-er
er Djlf-er 72, Nene Arias 72,. Jeff Kline
72, Dr. Massot 72, Dick Dehlinger
72, j;. Harrington 72, Boo walker
72, uoray uaiton 72, ecro Arias
73. 1L. Muller 73. Capt.. Kade 73.
Al Saarinen 73. Herb Mitten 73.
J. Hi. wasuins 74, a. uatuer ft, Art
uurr 74, Jim Kidge 74, -L. Mar-
tmz 75, Ted Fierpont 75, J. Des
Londes 75, Mike Moreno, 76, Ro
oerto Torres 76, Koy iriicxennaus
76. Dr- Earl Gerrans .76 Tt
The play in tha .championship
flight, first' round is as, follows:
(Handicaps' noted, in parenthesis.
Difference between full handicaps
apply in all play), s
LaUy (10) vs F. Harrington (10):
Betron (11) vs J. E. Haskin k(9):
Corsale (3) vs Mailer (3); Nene
Anas (7 vs Ridge (6): Dalton
(7) vs F. Mornce (6): May (7)
vs (Low net of playoff; E. de la
Guardia 19V vs Saarinen (Sii Mas-
sot (6) vs fierpont (!!): Landon
16) vs Walker (9); Jim Hinkle (4
vs Hauler (10); Ashton (5) .;. vs
Kaae (8: Klme (7) vs Martins
(5):- Babb (4) vs Neero Arias (6,:
Dilfer (9) vs (2nd low net of play-
on;; l.ui Arango (7,vs vr. Mit Mitten
ten Mitten (2 Dick Dehlinger (5) vs Des
Londes (7b i -
The lucky'. 32 player who dua-
lified in the second flight of the
mens piay are: tf ?r
Maduro 69, Cain 70, L. Deling
er 70, Mooty 72; J.i Boyd 72. Chan
aecs: 72; Scott 72,. YaUarino: 73; Jar
rell 73, Willis 73, Baumgardner 73
Dr. Vives 73, Wright 73. J. Val
des '74, Richardson 74, de Janon
74, bwenson 75, P. Rodriguez C
76, J. Correa 76, Abad 77, S. Fi
danaue .77. Halman 77. J. West
man 77, Rupp 77, Tapia 77, Kasch
er 77, Dickerson 78, Drum 78, p,
Duran 78, Mansfield 79, Romagoza
80, Cruz 80, E. .i idanque 80.
The three nlavers with nets of
80 (Komagoza; cruz and Earl fi-
danque) must piay 'an i additional
18 holes before i riday to aeter
mine the" two low medal score;
The lowest medal score will be
placed to play Richardson and the
next lowest to play M, A. de Ja
nnn j
The match play for the second
flight is .as listed below: (Handi
caps in parentnesis;. piay .win. oe
with diuerence petween luiu han handicaps)
dicaps) handicaps) Maduro (20) vs Swenson
(17V.- Jarrell f!4V fvs Dr. Tapia
(14); J. Boyd (12) vs S. Fidanquc
18: Wright (17 vs uuran 115)
L. Dehlinger (12) vs Correa (17);

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To reconstruct e tire signifies
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BaumgarnerT (14) vs Dlekerson ;

(I7j; scott (15) vs .J. Westman j
(13); Richardson (13) vs (Low net

playoff);' Cain (21) vi P. Dodri Dodri-guez
guez Dodri-guez C. (.15: Willis (15V;vs Kas.
cher (l4); Chandeck (12) vi Hal.
man (17)Valdes (13)vvi Mans Mansfield
field Mansfield (16)r Mooty ,(22) vs Abad
(13; Dr, Vives (13) vs Drum (17);
Vallarino '(15 vs Rupp (14); da
Janon (13) vs (2nd low Bet play.
In the iadies flights Kit Piir-

dy led the qualifies with a net of
72, followed bv Beverly Dilfer with i
a net of 73; The matches schedule
fid in'the .first round of play ara -'
listed below: "(Handicaps are list
ed at,, club "on, tournament hoard."
Difference between full handicap!
wijl be used in all match play) .
Purdy ys Twomey; Dalton (bye);'
Senn (bye) I.Jones X bye );i Dilfer -vi
Owen( Mansfield (bye);' Bobin
son vs Waring; Biggs ,(bye).-,

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Formosa

Convoy

Dulles; Chiang -Mcset On

Discuss Resumption Of US

'-)' r -1 fiPi Secretary of State John Foster, Dulles and
f TAIPEI, Formosa, Oct. 2V m-?' today A ,poke,man for Dul-

discussed resumption of U.S convoy, foj

Natioali.t;.hip, .supp y,n o the FormMa strait crisi,, th.
M CHinese.had opened ano?.r ar

Jery bombardment Tufld a tota of 3313 shells Into th. Quemoy. :
; r- The mimstry sa, rof th, Quemoy8 after 15day. of quiet j$
onthis second day of renewed Domt military pull-

. ;; Admm.slratn sources sa.a in j expo8iveree,on.s,
back by both s,des in the Quemoy g , M tfl chjan that the, Chinese Na-:

" Thern "lihS odiiilarlz. Quemoy-without relinquishing
, tionalist leader s.gnrfy hit w.iimgne ..- n withdraw their garrison.?

, ..oWifrntv if the Ch.nese Keas g.y

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from nearby Amoy on m

f Whether the Nationalist lead lead-v,?nid
v,?nid lead-v,?nid even consider such a

.' f: atepwas not known.
; However some American otn otn-riaft
riaft otn-riaft fllt he would strengthen
V ;SS?pStton iri world opinion if

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he showed wUlingness to seen

reciprocal measures to muni me
sharp point Of conflict in the
Such a Communist-Nationalist
agreement would do
nothing to sofre the basic dis dispute
pute dispute between the two, official
acknowledged. But they said
it would at least considerably
reduce the danger of renewed

tain-top retreat today to discuss
the situation created by renew renew-nist.
nist. renew-nist. attack in tne

L.U

Formosa svro.n.
Dulles drove to Chiang's eyrie
mmcii mnnntain 20 hOurS tO

nwu
the minute after the start of

the 11.520-shell communist oar
enHorl 1i da VI Of Un

easy "peace" off the Red-held

China coast.
rinii af rived at 10:13 ajn.,

winding up a trail blazing
flight jn a converted jet tank tanker
er tanker over the North Pole from
Europe, where he had attend attended
ed attended funeral services for thejate
Pope Pius XII and' conferred
with British foreign secretary
. fi1uvn I .Invxl.

tto mpnt, at. once to the U.S.

omhassv for a briefinn which

ao o cn ottpnfipfi hv cien. max

well D. Taylor, who flew in from

Japan shortly beiore uuue? r-

Wvort onri nun I. Tj. Wrilie. U o

Army commander in the pacific

Dulles will be served a "Mig

Dinner" during his visit here

The special dish,' named after
fho Rnvipt-huilt Miir let fight

ers pvir&l of which the Nation.

alists have shot dowrir consists
of pigeon stuffed with rice and
phnnned chicken. . i.

It derives its name from tne
first letter of the three ingre

dients as pronounced in Chi Chinese.
nese. Chinese. Meanwhile in Sonoma, Calif.,
a senior American naval ex expert
pert expert on the Far East has rec recommended
ommended recommended that one Or more
American battleships be

brought out of mothballs lor
emergency developments in
the Quemoy area.
'Anvone who believes that the

15-day Communist? ceasefire a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Quemoy, which the Reds
,iHrfrtiv pnded vesterday. wag

based on humanitarian motives

is making a fatal mistake," said
Adm. Charles M. Cooke.

Cooke commanded the China

via sort Rpvint.h Fleet for more

than two years. After retirement

from active navai service ne

spent two more years on FormO-

sa as a naval adviser to tne ini
nese Nationalist government.

First nurnose of the Quemoy

ceasefire was obviously to rew
Tiiacp worn-out euns. probably

with Russian guns of still larger

caliber, and to repienisn tne

supply of ammunition," tne ad admiral
miral admiral said. ;

"A secondary purpose was to
provide time arid encouragement
tn t.hnap' voices raised in the

United States and elsewhere to

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Mi :i lit Just as proposed designs for manned jpaeer s At;d) J an atomic-powered design, -with thr
stations are many and varied, so ii the ase wui y reactor contained in smaller "dumbbell" at bottonv)
j, interplanetary spaceships.; Sketched above are fou...- Designs' (aK (c) and Id) are proposals of the
V of the many suggested Types, all of which could be British Interplanetary Society.
' s : built in orbit from materials ferried up from Earth-. v x i -" ?;
' Design at (a) is termed a minimum interorbital. c 2) 'la the briefing room on the Space station,
ivehicle and makes use 'of currently, available '(h Mars crew studies the path they will follow,
jehemical fuels and lighte'st possible construcUori. transfer orbit diagrammed on .wall chart. Using

rropejiani.is camea m prcsuiucu wpuia iv. iibe minimum amount or fuel, the Journey will take

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oTinfVipr rrtftd block

against the fail 01 rormt

the i lunncr sprcau w.. v""

"Free world gunpower. must be

ready to silence jmhwh ru

power. 4

The most effective counter counter-fire
fire counter-fire would be the 16-inch guns
of battleships. Additional guns
can be furnished in part by

"Battleship nreprovea mw
velously effective against the
Germans in Normandy, and. a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Japanese all the
way across the Pacific
an mir hattfeshins are now in

mothballs, but we had better

cet one or two reaoy to go.
Cooke feels .that the largest

replacement guns me
are able to furnish the Chinese

Reds at this time are 12-incn.

S, (25,000 m.p.b.), spaceship could, theoretlcallyj

coast to any part or the universe.

..v. (3) Some eight or nine months out from EarthJI
.which'isnow but a bright dot among the stars, the'

. Mart ship (or more probably, fleet of ships) goes
. into-orbit beside Mars' tiny .(five-mile diameter)
v, outer moon, Deimos. A rocket plane, carried by
. the spaceship, begins a descent into the thin atmos-

cnea u ouiriggecs. ; ; , ( .jjrf less than 280 davs v C uuw.v wan m atmm
a inn-rfriva hin tha Mm nf rtr .ffoiMt snhy. 4. "' i the speedy inner moon. Phobos riO-tnil diameter V.

'linger of the U.S. Army Ballistic. Wmdi Agency,.;, ;,0V"!Mt M. SiSS'lS ?WC5 th?T ClrCUlt I planet Mch Mar-
is shown at (b). A nuclear reactor at bottom ton. 5 d8y ,in orbJt rund Mars abefore Earth and tian day. The old mystery of the "canals," and the

jzes cesium atoms, wrucn proviaeww oui conunuf .(.''Tr. -...... ... ,T..,viT.,t m.vii v j w wjivcu uum un
ious thrust to move the ship sidewise through paCe.;i fff termaot. energy required, howeverr the voyi of these moor I before man actually lands on the

.?at (c). .,'.J'P' : i Moon. Once escape velocity from Earth is achieved

t Next: New Age of Exploration."

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that 14 and 15-

.AWTw&V
inch battleship guns -Are being

readied to enter tne area w(u,i
he said, be the best insurance a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Communists main maintaining
taining maintaining a stepped-up barrage a-

galnst Quemoy m ine
time.

Terrorist Bombs

Kill One British,

Soldier jri Cyprus

xttCict A rnni Ctri 51 fUPl

Terrorist bombs ana mines Kil

led one British soldier ana m

in fnnr nthers todav in tne con

tinuing wave of violences sweeping

across Cyprus.

An plpctricallv-detonated mine

nr i vlllaee in the Ky

renia district. It killed one soldier

j : annthpr seriously.

Three other troops were injured

.liahHw whpn terrorists nuiieu

three bombs at their vehicle near

a church in Famagusta.

Seaman Heels Death

In Fall From Tuna

Boat Lasl Nigh!

AAHJ. A.nu a v l
been drinking in Panama toppled

to his death last nignt irom uie
hriHop nf t.h tuna hoat San Joa

quin. The '.vessel was berthed at

Balboa Pier 14 at the time of the,

accident, about 8:05 p.m..
The dead man was Lee Hea Hea-toh.
toh. Hea-toh. 32. :,' v.; v:; .

1 According to reports, Heaton ana
Zane R. Kai

ser, were sitting on the bridge-

rail drinking after a return iroiu
town.1- 'z

The tuna boat's 4 engineer; Ben-
omin W Hartrnfln rpmnnstrated

nnnt their conduct.

TVJVU Vlt Mv k v
Whereupon Heaton tilted his head

hoir tn t a ire a unnK from a Dot

tle he was holding, lost his ; baU

ance and toppea over oacKwaru,
He first hit the -main-deck rail
J .... hi.., trior, foil nvpr-

tween the vessel-and the dock be

fore he disappeared.

nTriinir AnpraT.innK'- were uc

nun t s-?m snrl continued until 11

p.m. They were discontinued at
h imo riBcaiiKA nf the difficul

ty of grappling among the piling,

and the scrap iron on whuih

of Balboa ttarnor ai mis pouu.

EisenhowercRougns Up s)Democrats

In 'Toughest- Talking Since" 19.56
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 21 (UPD-r-President Eisenhower today mounted a new attack on the
Democrats, accusing them of everything from economic pocketpicklng to being politically
UtThe CWef Executive," as'he carried the Republican Congressional .campaign up the West
'Coast north to San Francisco, seemed convinced, through his choice of unusually tough words,
r. ,,;. -A-tJ.-i. ni.k.rA tlm Xlvnn fia il ihn rrht Irlpax in lettlnr i.h nnnnsltinn )ia.vn it With

both barrels. ' ' 1 ;-' ' u
v No since his owit 1956 re-election campaign had Eisenhower employed such harsh labels
for his political opposition as he did here last night in the first major speech of his current
cross-country tour. .. 1
He said the Democrats were suffering from Apolitical schizophrenia." He said they were
AAmlnnfPi, htr "Ipft-wlnr radifals". riven t demogogic excess." .,,

Weather Or Not

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hours ending a. m. today ts
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographlc Branch of the
I Panama Canal Company:

Balboa

TFMPER ATTIRE:

High

Low . .. .....

HUMIDITY:

High
Low ........

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RAIN (inches)

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Furthermore he told an audi

ence of 6700 GOP precinct work.

ers and the .State Republican

campaign slate that unless
they put more effort and money
ir,tn fh iMirrent. ramoaien. the

Democrats would be unchecked.

in "pursuing economic ana poli political
tical political goals at odds with Ameri American
can American tradition." t'
"The opposition record 1? one :
of ever higher .taxes mf dollars-worth
50 cents-ro sky sky-high
high sky-high pricesof an .economy
harassed into producing fewer

jobs, chronic unempiu.y ",
labor strife and fear of the fu future
ture future he said. "If you don't
want that kind of government

again, work for a Bepunu
victory." .'
liiispnhower did his besvW

personal contacts and in his

speecn to smoom ieiwum w w-tween
tween w-tween Sen. William F. Know-

land, running lor governoi,
GOV, Goodwin J. Knight, seek seeking
ing seeking Knowland's vacated Senate

seat.', .... 'AA

Bothf 'canmaaies appmuuou

The treosury oertrnerrt soys
a dollar bill losts obout woe
morrms whot a row sense of
humor!'

when the President said, "let's
have no more family bickerlrig,"
but there was no sign of a
working Knowland-Knight alli alliance
ance alliance coming out pf Eisenhower's
two days in California.
Republicans speculatetd on how
irmfvi ". nriiH.lp.ftl fence-mending

Eisenhower, accomplished in his
hrlof Kvilh' t.UrnilltllOUS Visit into

the hot Southern California are

na.

tcnleht and KnoWland had

joint and separate meetings

with the President. Knowiana

said he had no comment, but
TCniffht told newsmen that he

and the Senate minority leader
d 1 s cussed "campaign issues'

with the President.
;t Tfnlcrht, snnko first at the tal

ly, but Knowland introduced the

President.
They agreed to change roles
tonight in San Francisco-, Ijilsen Ijilsen-hower's
hower's Ijilsen-hower's next and last stop on(a
West Coast visit heralded as" an
effort to resolve differences be

tween tne Gnp candidates

r..

US Consuf Holds

Checks Letters

For Many In RP,

Th Consular- SppHmi rvf 4ia A:

mprionn Fmknn Am hnlHins Tlnit-

correspondence from thp f United
States Government for quite j a v

numher of, persons in Panama,' t
who are requested to pass by the
Embassy n order that these docu
ments be delivered to them, i

xne cnecKS ana letters are aog
dressed to the following persons'

rressman ria.ir Fnrle aaid Eis

enhower's speech was "proof"
that the Chief Executive was

kept in ignorance by his advls,
ors. ir L' i' 'I'

Engle,' Knight's opponent' for

tne 1 senate seat vacated. ny

Knowland: said he was rsorrv to

see the President be misled into
making such a transparently po

litical speecn in a vain attempt

to rescue Knowiana, Knigni ana
Wimnin Hllllnes k the GOP

candidate for state attorney

general. ,
.i Doesn't the President know1
that the Democrats In Con Congress
gress Congress have supported what he

himself has termed tne. Key
warts tit hi nronam far more

than the members 'of 'his own ..
Republican Party?" Engle said.
"He .should know it,- for the
so-called radicals and1 extrem extremists
ists extremists he berated in his speech last
nieht are the- very people he

Edna Castelli; Joseph Charles
Felix Cherigo; Darnley E. Clarke.
ftptavtn dp In TTcririplla V.ninr dflf t

Leon; Eyelyn E. Diaz; ; Abel D.

uoipinguer; Aiionso xiuesDuryf at?
manda Febleuilr' Mercedes da
Fonseca; Segundo Mj Gallo; De- U
metria Genovivf; Carlos M. Gu I

uerrez; iose .T uuiierfep; sea"

triz de Leon Hernandez; also

K' nuaar. jonnsun: juun x.v xveef
lyn; Charle's K.- Klumpp; Susan

Liiuiau mears; ueorge Moram;'

Navarro; Albert J. Naylor;' Clau

uio 'A.'iranaaies; viuiei v

golt; "Ana C Poplar; Alejandro
Salinas Jose I. Sanchez: Beatrik

Sano:.; Lilliam Scott; Paulino

u Smith; M. StembocK; rauuna
On St Rose Carmen H. Thorn

as; Eneida "M. ,Thoms; Frank
Thomas: Pastor Toribio, and. He-

raldo Wiljiams.1 ."'

iaro 1
itn
iline ; J
torn i

Meanwhile Democratic Con- during the last session

EANC ;torm field 1 u

, CATANIA Sicily (UPI) Two
policemen and 18 'other -persons
wpro inlnrprl VSnndav hv' irata

DeODle J he tnrrcr. f ann who ittnrmed the f '1d 1

thanked for helping himv, out I to- proesb 'alleged rough, tactics

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