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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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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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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Weafnetmah Says September
Balboa's Wettest In 18 Years
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Balboa Height experienced the -wettest September ilpee 1941
and Cristobal the Wettest since 1942, according to the monthlj
report of the Meteorological and Hydrographle Branch. r-
. Rainfall for the month averaged abort normal at both the
Atlantic and Pacific aide weather stations but "wis slightly below
normal at Madden Dam and Gamboa..
-The average total rainfall at 11 stationt within the water watershed
shed watershed wai 11.83 inches, 1.(1 inches above normal, and ranged from
16.18 Inches at Fortobelo to 1.25 inches at Frijoles,. -.

The average air temperature
was 80.8 degrees, slightly above
normal lor September, with a
maximum of 94 degrees recorded
at Balboa Heights; Sept 18, the
hottest September; day since
1014.. iJ1 -V.
Win! Yelocitlet were below
normal at all stations but day day-.
. day-. time cloudiness and relative hu humidity
midity humidity werk above normal. ;
The report shows that thun thunderstorms
derstorms thunderstorms were more than usual usually
ly usually sever during the month with
the worst storms on Sept. 11 and
13 but the only incident report reported
ed reported in the;t!anal Zone occurred
BHS

Sponsors Special
Train M!. H
, The Student : Association of
Balboa High School is sponsor sponsoring
ing sponsoring a, pecial' train to the Balboa-Cristobal
football game Fri Friday
day Friday evening at Mt, Hope ita ita-idium.
idium. ita-idium. '
The train Is reserved for stu-
dents of Balboa High School ind
their pa,rents Tickets for the
; train-rnust be secured at the
Student Association room m the
Balboa -High School. Students
Nwho desire to ride ;,th train
must secuVa Dermls'rton Wank
form at th'"chool:;r .This form
must' be read and signed" by
parent .and returned, J the
school b?4be student, Ko tick tick-.
. tick-. ts for the'peclal train can .be
-'Issued' without! tjiia fojra. ,vv
PaentsTn desire' o ride the
train may -secure, or hate .their
child jsecure, tickets at the stu student
dent student Association rftom. Explana Explanation
tion Explanation -of the procedure Is on, the
permissibTi tbrm,f6r the student.
-The student Association em em-phaslzes.that
phaslzes.that em-phaslzes.that all tickets must.be
secured at the school, and that
none will be sold atthe stations
or on the train; 1
The train will' leave Balboa
Heifthts at.5:l5 pJ. There will
be stops at Los Rios and Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa to pick, up passengers who
hold special tickets. -
On thf return, trip the train
will leave the siding at Mt- Hope
stadium about 9:30 p.m. There
will be stops at Gamboa and Los
TMn ta disembark passeneers.

Expected time of arrival at Bal-J
ooa Heignis is u p
The price of the special round
trip tickets Is 81. or employe pass
book may be used, with the pe
clal tickets, i '
San Bias; Once More
At Home In Gamboa
Alter Brief Leave
r. r,
' San Bias Indian: Jose Manuel
biaa went "back home'Vyester home'Vyester-day.
day. home'Vyester-day. But back home for,Diai is
t&e Gamboa penitentiary whert
he has spent nearly all his time
for the nast ten .years.
He was deported about 10
years ago but persists in coming
bacK to tne uanai -awne. aveiy
time he is released from the
penitentiary and Escorted over
the border, he comes straight
back, and gets caught again,,
v Yesterday he appeared at Vs.
District Court at Cristobal and
.'miMded euilty. to the usual
charge of returning to the Ca
wai 7nn aft.ar denort.ftt.lon.
- judge Gttthrltf f; Crowe sent
him back to the Pen after an
1 vabsence of over Wo months. But
he will not be turned out again
lor yei

Combat-Hardened NCO Convicted For Abusing His Men

rrr. jackso s. c, (upi-a
genral court martial yesterday
convic ed a combat 1?- hardened
master sergeanfey of forcing re recruits
cruits recruits at this big infantry center
to eat dollar bills end ommittint
inrlipnities aeainat hii men.
The court of ; five officers andv
three mas! er sergeants deliber deliberated
ated deliberated two: hours,; and S zminuces
before convicting M, Sgt. George
R; Sovie; 80, ;,on '.five of ; seven
specifications.
The court then retired to deliber-'
'ate a sentenced for the i 13-year-
Army veteran'' who won the
Bronze Star and Purple Heart in
.-Korean combat. ''A. ,r',""
i Maximum under the five founts
was 4W years at hard labor, dis
honorable discharge and forfeiture
of iu pay and) allowances.

when a tree fell across an over overhead
head overhead power line on Balboa Road

Panama, A however, suffered!
considerable damage to its, pow power
er power lines,: "- ;V:.
" Tw deaths were caused W
lightning daring September,
one the Port Amador
Causeway, the other on, Mad Madden
den Madden Lake, and on Sept. 3 a
woman was injured by light-,
nlng on the Madden Road
near Chllibrillo. -At
Paloverde in the Penonome
District,, an extremely heavy rain
accompanied by hail and high
winds fen on Sept, 9. This rain rainfall
fall rainfall waa reportedly the heaviest
in the memory of the oldest in inhabitants
habitants inhabitants of the town.
System In Effect
nic
The appointment system for
out-patient clinics at Gorgas,
Hospital is being extended, ef effective
fective effective today, to include all Ca Canal
nal Canal employes, according to an
announcement by the Health
Bureau.
: The. new system -has been In Instituted
stituted Instituted to reduce- the waiting
time of patients and enable hos hospital
pital hospital personnel to. have patients
records.ready when-tbey report
at the clinic. t
'Canal Zone rate employes may
make-f appointments by tailing
Balboa 2-6369. Patients not hav
lng appointments' will be seen
only after doctors have taken
care of all those with appoint appointments.
ments. appointments. Emereencv cases will
continue to be handled without
apnointments.
The appointment system was
begun last montir at Gorgas on
an experimental basis. Later it
was instituted at the Coco Solo
Hospital Outpatient Clinic.
In calling for appointments,
patients or; members of their
family should call as far In ad advance
vance advance as possible, preferably at
much as 24 hours.
the
Judge's Bench
Emilio Kant, 29,' Partamanian
failed to aonear at. Balboa Maeis-
tratts Court today where he was
charged with driving a car .with .without
out .without -an ooerator's license. JuHse
John E. Deraing ordered his" $15
bail forfeited and dismissed the
casev '-,"-';:v'.: ; C.
Manuel Esterez, 31 Spaniard,
was fined $10 for having iw oper operator's
ator's operator's hcense when driving -down
tne 4tt ot juiv Avenue, tie was
fined' a further 815 for failing to
make a ngnt nana mm as close
as practicable to the nght hand
curb. -... ,-r c
US Navy Carrier
Bgxer Arrives
At Balboa Pier
The Navy aircraft carrier USSi
ixer tied up about 11:30 this
Boxer
morning at Pier IB in Balboa for
a brief stop-over before contin continuing
uing continuing its voyage tomorrow.
The carrier is 'expected to
transit the canal tomorrow. She
is being transferred, from San
Diego to an East tioast port. V
The Boxer is a support carrier
of the long-hull,1 ;Essex class,
- Both the conviction and sen-1
tence will be subject to review.
- Sovi Was. acquitted of V charge
that fhe kicked a recruit in the
leg and that he forced six recruits
to hold foot -lockers over their
heads as punishment. V
But he was convicted of order
ing a recruit dunked head first
into a mesa hall grease trap as
punishment; of 'ordering another
recruit to pour a -can of. grease
into his pocket;, and of ordering
two trainees to tear up and eat
$1 bills as punishment, V:,,
Soviet "was also eondcted of:
forcing a recruit to hold: a duffel
bag in his teeth and of stamping
on another's foot. v ; 'u"
Civilian ""defense-- attorney Wil-

liam Tpwnsend of Columbia, S.C

mmi Wins. M Mmi
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Wakh'Out.
That Balboa
Drop your change,' good reader
before you count it ;e:
And if that balboa piece doesn't
ring like silver, take a 'good long
Even the bankers -aay the new
est "issue", of counterfeit Jalboai
it 'a nrettv food iob.". :
A number of these have 1een
cropping up in Panama lately .r-
One large Panama City business
firm, found two counterfeits fcounc
ins back early this week from a
roll of balboa s and US silver dol
lars it had deposited in the Banco
Macional. .. ---rr-. -.
When a bank spota en f
theae, It twists tho eo'n out of
shape with a haavy punch, then
rotvrns it to the depositor. They
make nice paperweights and re
mindrar
Some banks nip a small trian triangular
gular triangular piece out of a counterfeit be
fore handina it back.
One bank branch on the Canal
Zone reported today that no fake
balboas had been offered them in
some time. But Panama 'banks
have made samples of the phony
money available to Canal Zone of
ficials and banks on the Zone, sol
the latter can spot more reaoi-
. 1 .... i
ly.
Some counterfeit' balboas are
dated "1947." The likeness- of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa is well-cut but the sheaves of
laurel leave below it are uneven
On the' reverse side the goddess
figure k convincing at -a glance,
but ilk the young Jady't faciaCs ex ex-prssioni
prssioni ex-prssioni just -a-litlle too loft,
and too -sweet, forthe real thing.
BOAC Striked
Comes To An End
. LONDON (UP1) Employers
and labor unions agreed on terms;
today to end: aa if day wild-
eat strike- of aircraft" maintenance
engineers at threatened to wreck
Br urn's nopes ot -- winmng me
transatlantic Jet ,air service race.
The agreement calied- for an
immediate end to the 'Walkout of
some 4,500 British Overseas Air Airways
ways Airways Corp. engineers-it London
airport. The strike already has
cost the nationalized company
more than $2,800,000 in lost busi business.
ness. business. . ','
A mass meeting of strikers was
called for later this afternoon to
vote on (he asreement. Union
leaders exm-essed ohfidnce that
the workers would accept it.
:The' agreement followed failure
earlier today by Communist led
shop stewards to?? extendi the
striki.More ihan;.l00b engineers
of Britain's other' nationalized air airline.
line. airline. British European Airways,
voted overwhelmingly not : to ; join
the walkout. ;
Docker Loaded Up
With Toilet Goods
Gets Suspension
Coils Rican dock worker Fer Fernando
nando Fernando Chacon tried to walk out
through the dock gates t Cristo.
bal a,st "'Sht wth over $5 worth
of. stolen toilet articles concealed
on him.
Gate police stopped him and dis
covered the theft, however, and he
appeared before judge Loren B
Hillsinger at Cristobal Magistrates
Court today charged with ; petit
larceny.
The Judge suspended imposition
of sentence- an i placed Chacon on
probation for a year. ? i
urged the court to mitigate Its
sentence to. permit retention in
the army of "this valuable man."
The defense counsel suggested no
more than forfeiture of. pay and
a slight reduction in rank.
Lt. John Sheathe prosecutor
in the esse, said the court should
not "overbalance" it sentence in
either direction but when a '.'sen '.'senior
ior '.'senior non commissioned officer"
abuses t trust) it become "dic "dictatorial
tatorial "dictatorial pamvtAwijnWi&v,
. Sovie had admitted from the
witness stand the. money eating
Incident -: but e'aunchly denied
Other indignities against Ms men.
) Sovie, one of six defense wit witnesses,
nesses, witnesses, testfied he ordered two
Jecruitii to tear up and eat a -1
ill apiece on orders from a "su-

May

i PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1958

ROBBIE'S WRECK w Spectators look Over the wreckage of Panamanian major leaeue nltcher
Humberto Robinson't i58 Ford which -crashed into a palm tree in Colon lust hffor Kn
yesterday, tminates after Robinson had loaned it td a friend. Doris Bush one ot ihl
pants, died, shortly after arriving at the Amador Guerrero Hospital Two othe Lme. B"
tiste, 37, the driver at the time of the accident, and Shirley Minnott 22 ut
hovering-between life and death and have been transferred Jk & nAnl
other passenger, who was also Injured, f is Robert Newball "ospijiai. The

Old Con Shot
Gets 60 Days
Sixto Manuel Berguidtf.' 23. a
Panamanian who wasshot in the
head by a Canal Zone policeman
when he was trying to escape ar
rest, was given a light sentence
when he appeared at Cristobal
district Court yesterday, om. a
charge of returning to-the, Canal
Zone after -xleporutwn.'v vi-v..
Sentencing him Kf-v 4tf&
hrd labor in the penitentiary.
Jude Cwthrte Crew-.eaid it
seamed he lied been -punished
enough by wound nd there
fere the sentence would be light,
The uiuai penitentiary term for
returnees who a record or crime
is six months or a year. v
Berguido appeared completely
recovered from the bullet wound
which apparently has left him with
no permanent disability, --
He said nothing throughout the
trial, and left all' the talking to
the .public defender, William
anenaan.itf r. ... -s
The Assitant District Attorney,
J.: Morton: Thomson, said Bergui
do was observed by two police
men near the bus top on Bolivar
Highway near the Rainbow City
Commissary. But when they ap
proached him, reconizing. him es
a returnee ne ilea. e
The policemen pursued him but
he ignored their warning ..shouts
Navy Man Granted
Uncontested Divorce
In Cristobal Court
A Naval"etty Officer of Coco
Solo, Ross A. Fernandez, was
granted a divorce from nis is-year-old
wife Marie H. Fernandez
at the U.S. District Court at Cris
tobal yesterday.- V -h
He petitioned for the divorce on
the grounds of extreme cruelt!,
and his wife did not contest it.
The couple were married in Hb-
boken, NfeW Jeney on Feb. 16,
1957, the. wife's, home town. On
June 2 this year they were separ separated.
ated. separated. Fernandez said he was posted
to the Canal Zone and his bride
stayed in Hoboken. On many oc
cations she" wrote to him saying
she wanted a divorce.
She came to the Isthmus in May
this year and on meeting htm
said the omy reason she had
come was ,td get 'a divorce and
she; had no intention of remaining
with him...
perior officer" whom he did no'
identify. The punishment was or
dered because one of me rookies
accepted money from the other
for performing hit ; assigned KP
duties. : r'-
t Lt. derald VVheaUey, of Bridge Bridge-ton,.
ton,. Bridge-ton,. N. the .company! com commander.
mander. commander. and 1 Sfc Charles L.
Moman of Empire, Ala:, ae both
awaiting t rial by general court
martial after disposition of the
ease against Sovie. H
1 Wheatley called 'by the defense
Tuesday. invoked the Army's
"fifthi amendment"-i-Article 31 of
the Uniform Code of Mili ary Jus
ticewhen cross-examined. He re
fused to answer-th nrosecutdr'a
quest'ons on ground his, answers
might tncrtmwate;wm. 16

By Zone Cop
For Returning
and finally,, their warning, shots.
One of the policeman, David A.
Hope then shot in earnest and
Berguido fell with a bullet in his
head.
Berguido picked -the wrong man
to run away jrom because; Hone
waV runnejMip .'champion pistbi
shooter in a 'th-ampidnhfpTlast
year, ft was explained at the time
that Hope had aimed for Bergui-
oo s legs out hit him in the head
partly because the returned was
running in a pent-over position
Sheridan told the court Bergui Berguido
do Berguido had been working on a rice
farm near Puerto Pilon, but lost
nis job, He came over to the
Zone to look for work but was
befuddled because he had been
drinking.
Berguido, a hardened convict
at the age of 23, has appeared re regularly
gularly regularly before courts in the Canal
Zone and Panama since he was a
juvenile.
Mnce 1950 ne nad been convict
ed four times of petit larceny, four
times of vagrancy and once of
grand larceny by Canal Zone
courts.
In Panama he had appeared
frequently for larceny, battery
,.and dittrubing the peace. And
s three weeks prior to hit capture
in the Zone he had escaped in
Panama from the National
Guardwho were holding him on
a charge of possessing marijua marijuana.
na. marijuana. He was deported from the Can Canal
al Canal Zone on Feb. 16 of this year
affter having been in the peniten
tiary since April 1956 for grand
larceny.
Troops, Civilians
Mass To Protect
Bolivian President
LA PAZ, Bolivia, Oct. 22
(UPD The government massed
troops and loyal civilians here
today to protect President Her Her-nan
nan Her-nan sties against extremists- of
left and right in the turmoil fol
lowing yesterday's abortive re revolt.
volt. revolt. 1
A National Guard regiment
from Huanuni was called to ac active
tive active duty under the "state of
siege" regulations proclaimed in
the wake of the revolt and or
dered here to protect the Presi President.
dent. President. At the same time, a 15-truck
convoy from Colquiri arrived
with 300 hard-boiled miners
whose leaders said they will
form a permanent presidential
Tuard until conditions return to
normal.
Although no malor disorders
had been reported slnce,n the
rlehtist revolt was crushed In a
matter of hours yesterday. the
mobilization of a "workers' thill
tla" by leftist foes of the Presi
dent created a threat of new
.trouble.; ' vite-tyi-
Former Mines Minister 'Juan
Lechin, i leader of the extreme
leftist union organization which
runs the unofficial militia,
charged that Biles' "complacen "complacency"
cy" "complacency" was at least partly to blame
for the rlghtwlng Socialist Fa Fa-lange's
lange's Fa-lange's effort to overthrow his
government. v i;-:"'-
Lechin ordered tne iormauon
i of '"emergency committees". oy
I his followers for the 'defense of
w.. wowing Classes."

I

1
Former Isthmian
Charles Bennett
In Cuba
One of two Americana kldnan
ped by Cuban rebels Monday is
memoer or a wen-Known pan-
He is Charles R. Bennett, son
oi Mrs, uora Bennett of Pana-
ma. His late father was a local
executive of the United Fruit
Company
Bennett and another North
American, Kenneth H. Drews,
both employes of the Texaco re refinery
finery refinery at Santiago de Cuba, were
seized by a band of rebels a-
round noon Monday. The rebels,
also captured seven Cuban
employes of the refinery and
fled with them into mountain
hideouts. So far the American
consulate in Santiago has not
announced any success in at
tempts to obtain their release.
A U.S. Embassy statement
said the rebel' had told the
manager of the refinery that
the two American would be
returned "shortly." Ambassa Ambassador
dor Ambassador Earl E. T. Smith has in instructed
structed instructed the consulate in San Santiago
tiago Santiago to take a firm position
in its demands for their re release.
lease. release. The kidnappings coincided
with a heiphtenins: of tension In
Cuba and Indications that rebel
forces mav be preparing an at
tack on Havana.
Travelers from Santiago re
ported today that Intensified
rebel activity around the big
eastern provincial capital sug
gests the insurgents may be pre
paring to emeree from hiding
and attempt a frontal attack on
loyal forces defending the city.
The only actual violence re-
norted this week was attacks on
two trains, in which one person
wa killed and five were injured.
However, the travelers say
sizeable rebel band have been
sighted on the heights sur surrounding
rounding surrounding Santlaro and that
more than 8 miles of tele telephone
phone telephone wire have been stolen,
presumably for use in the reb rebel
el rebel communications net.
In June the rebels captured
50 U.S. sailors, marines and U.S.
mining employes. They were all
released in mid-July. It was
stated that these kidnapping?
were designed to call attention
to the guerilla war against Ba-

liiiiii

Candido Heads Home As Government

Plans Bigger Farm

')' n
Nfio Millon Candido Alzprua, his parents and his little
sister left here quietly today at 7 a.m. on the return trip to
their hut in Las Flores, near Ocu.
V' Their stay there, however, will not be for long. For yes yesterday
terday yesterday Pablo Alzprua and his wife, Florentlna, were promis promised
ed promised a 30-acre farm near Ocu when they called on President
Ernesto de la Guardla, Jr., at the Presidencia.
Later sources close to the National Assembly said a bill
;Had been drafted authorizing a grant of 250 acres of govern government
ment government land near Ocn to the Nino Millon and his parents.
. Iii addition to leaving Panama City with all the clothing,
savings accounts,' powdered milk and baby food donated to
the Nino Millon. the 25-year-old Aiznrua. was renortedlv

''' Photographed and fingerprinted yesterday for his new plas

tie cenuia. : ,i .
A speoial board is to be set up in Ocu to administer the
gifts donated to the six-week-old Candido and to lay plana
.for his care and education.

Navy Continues

Willing to Convoy

Quemoy
TAIPEI Oct 22 fUPiU

shek tailed today to win any major new commitments from
Secretary of State John Foster Dnllec

offshore islands against Communist attack.

uuiies ana uiiang conferred for 45 minutes today fit
their fhnd meetina. and the onlv Amtrimn

announced was that the U.S. Navy would escort National National-ist
ist National-ist sujpoly vessels to Ouemov when anrl if it i hihmv .i

This was a restatement of an aid policy!
Chiang was believed to have pressed Dalles for a
statement that the defense of Quemoy anoVthe Matsus
was essential to the defense of Formosa itself, but such
a statement committina the U S nrmf frtrs-A 1...lL

can com only from President Eisenhower..

The convoy statement issued
by the U.S. eicassv came short.
ly after Premier Chen Cheng
urged in a speech that Red Chi China
na China "should be severely punished
for its finht-and-talk. talk-and.
fight tactics the' .Vmnrf
uespwe uuiier-s.naie4jpr
mitments, the Nationalists' still
could claim a diplomatic vio vio-tory.
tory. vio-tory. The Nationalists believed that
even with renewed Communist
shellin? of the Ouemov islands.
Dulles came to Taipei to per
suade Chiang to trim his off offshore
shore offshore island forces or to take
ftt.her sf.erm tr rediin r.hanres. of
Communist-Nationalist fighting.
But today s convoy statement
showed the Jnlted States was
not backing down from earlier
commitments despite Pelping
warnings to get out of Formosa.
The Communists consider
the U.S. convey escort opera operations
tions operations highly provocative, and
Dulles might have attempted
to persuade Chiang to accept
American withdrawal from the
escort commitment.
Other developments:
Coat Of Paint Due
Zone Seeking Bids
Bids are beins accented bv the
Panama Canal Company for the
third quarter program of painting
of buildings and structures in the
Canal 7nne armrrilno- to an an.
nouncement by Robert D. Brown,
jr., engineering ana uonsirucuon
Director.
The Gatun Post Office is listed
for interior painting, and the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights and Gatun Railroad
Stations are included on the list
for both Interior and exterior paint
mgt
A 1ai0A nitmhor nf miaHprfi nn
both sides of the Isthmus are al
so listed for painting with replace
ment of screens included for 42
houses in Balboa and Ancon.
Plane an1 enopifinntinn. fnr fhic
work were issued Oct. 15 and bids
will be opened Nov. 10. Copies of
bid schedules and specification;
nay he obtained from the De.i?n De.i?n-ng
ng De.i?n-ng Engineer, Balboa Heights. No
eposii is required.
For His Family

On Many Buildings

ITVB CENTS

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1
Supplies'
- Gnerni;;mh rw,nn vi
-The Nationalist air : force
said lojtolnese pilots have com.
Avuiouirer oaDres ana that they
woiild soon go into action a-
Wkm. b...: Jt, 1
ZSnSSfcZSi
.Qaemoydntfnued tffday. Atom,
munioue viaurrthir- wr. j-
:im;wBd high" exjSlosiVe 1
cus a iuemoy during the 24 24-hour
hour 24-hour period ending at 8 a.m. Red
troops continued to build up for fortifications'
tifications' fortifications' opposite Matsu and
Quemoy.
Nationalist artillery cote,
terflre destroyed several com communist
munist communist gun positions near dusk
yesterday, the defense mlnlstn
said.
Body Of Seaman
Who Fell From Fisher
Rises To Surface
The body of Lee Delbert Hea Hea-ton,
ton, Hea-ton, a 30-year-old American
seaman who fell from the tuna
clipper San Joaquin Monday
night, was recovered from v..
water of Balboa harbor thla
morning.
The clipper was at Dock 14
when Heaton and another .sea .seaman
man .seaman Zane R. Kaiser were sitting
on the rail drinking., Heaton tilt tilted
ed tilted back to take another swig
from a bottle Of. whisky, losfhia
balance and fell backwards..-
He struck the main deck rail rail-lng
lng rail-lng and then the camel between
the boat and the dock, then dis disappeared
appeared disappeared into the water, hit
body sinking.
Following grappling opera operations
tions operations which were carried out
with difficulty owing to the pil piling
ing piling and scrap iron on the bot bottom,
tom, bottom, the body rose to the surface
early this mominar close to
where the San Joaquin had been
docked. 1
The body was taken to Gorgas
morgue and identified bv Kai Kaiser.
ser. Kaiser. The clipoer left Balboa last
nieht to continue fishin? in wa waters
ters waters off the Peruvian coast.
Kaher signed off the vessel
yesterday. He has been a person personal
al personal friend of Heaton for many
years and at nresent contem contemplates
plates contemplates returning to the States
with the body.
Gamboa Prisoner
Ismae! nzalez
Given 35 Days
Gamboa Penitentiary prisoner
Ismael Gonzalez was charged ye$
tordav at U.S. District Court t
Crstobal with escaping from the
pen nrl sentenred by Juge Guth Guthrie
rie Guthrie F. Crowe to serve an addition additional
al additional 35 days. ... .i i
Gonzalez, serving a sentence for
larceny, had been a privileged
Prisoner owing to his good conduct,
e was allowed to ride in the back
of a trick without a guard to emp-1
ty garbage. .- -A AvM-
' f
He escaped by jumping from the
truck but was caught a few heuri
later after an intensive search.

id

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1951

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
fJl TWO

THE PANAMA AMERICAN

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THIS 0UM THE MADiM OWN COtUMN
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Meet WW. wrtMr. to k.U h, rtrtdeal
This wtp.p.r .i.u re.p-M.b.litv
TH MAIL BOX
p
ZONE DRIVING MANNERS

Sir: 'V j....... rnmniain so loudly

Some of these canal zone A7,UT Tatce a look at
about u Panamanian driving nabiu hftouta gQlZoat
memoes, JmvymS iocai sport of out-bluff-

ior so long tnat tney .mm
lug the other guy. nlhna -nj tried to turn oil Bal-
" auJ 1 wm WwbM"Jj !'leS,. liict ol time

and fine jbouses. f the state8i they must
havef?t thelr l0n
woolies. Road Safety

Labor News
And
Comments

By VICTOR RIESEL

II

I Think He's Getting d Little bigvfor My Britches"

GREAT ISSUES AND SMALL

6lr: At a time of controversy, one of

nnce said to me ct mauons U, th

"I don t see

w... i uim a cub reporter,

my good fr.end Jim Farley was
' 6 LA. iUainu OOP.,.

nea u to quiji, "rri.rVv.-

so goes Vermom. o
. ...uA. .ho laavpS

season is nere wCu
and my hair are begmn ng to fail,
fie olu master may well oe rignt
again It appears that lor the first
ume ;n 10 years Vermont, the
laT rampa-t of iuUWi Repub Repub-UcanLm,
UcanLm, Repub-UcanLm, is swinging to the De
mocrats and their labor col-

Tney 'are a gentle folk, the Vr Vr-monters,
monters, Vr-monters, who onw r an their stale
as an independent republic. Later
they spurned the i. na we son, Ste-
n..,Ue in vole lor A.

L ncom aXmoe recently, rever rever-ed
ed rever-ed their lone successful presiden presiden-tial
tial presiden-tial candidate. Calvin Cool dge
So it is a gentle poUteal eam eam-Daien
Daien eam-Daien in he Green Mountain Sta e

into Lake Champla.
being made quietly as Ihe Demo.
rt.nc-l.bor endorsed gut jeraaton jeraaton-al
al jeraaton-al candidate simply jays he cm
do much more for his neighbors

than the uur nom..
n i mere y a mater of oga oga-i
i oga-i ationin this fight between the
rivals for he Governor s chair and
Senate and House seats. And the
Xv is that in Vermon as Dick

N;x6n has found viriuauy
cross the land, the Republican ma machinery
chinery machinery is a little; rusted and of
hifih but on shoe vintage.
Thus, early last week. Mr. Nixon
.. r J .. ivtt from the be-

lisieneu u r v.,iriiv

r

cf relations between, his couniry "u "wCre in hinterland and hurriedly
whv the relationships can't be as they were m bieged nime minute 6peakig
.ftr the country was formed and the canai pencmea n n Vermont.g ele.c-

his ltfettoe he acted on his convlctor o lhe say thi? ig tne re time
He had adult recollections of n5h leives awaY from s0 high a national party leader
isthmus of Panama had wanted o 2. ?.anal die- has had to go in ;o bolster the de-

W,in determlnVdndWerful Proponents fenses in Vermon

iiDAUYv;Asi!!.:GTo;j
Werry- Go- Round

ty itlW.flAHQH

flddi

ill WW'" "ll

UOlomoia, ii j.T.rmtnf1
glg to Panama, against the determined

01 Nicaragua in w:

Walter Wincheli In New York

CLINTON. Tenn. In the mid-1

die of- the debris of. Clinton High
School, there still stands 'a notice;
"Don't bother this experiment
Kermit Jeifress."
1 The dynamiters who.; took out
their hate on the school of this
quiet Tennessee community did not
bother the notice. i
There it is, surrounded 'by bro broken
ken broken class. Blaster, demolished cin-

derdlocks, desks and tables tables-serene
serene tables-serene and undisturbed iour

woooen irays oi am in wuiud mic
erowintf barler seedlinesi They

were planted to test the. effect of
atomic energy on, vegetation, nd

they passed tnrougn an explosion
which, in appearance at least, was
just as violent as any atomic

One tray is: taseed "Barley,- no

exposure Opal Bunch." Anotner

is labeled vuose wo. l assion neu.

tron Johnson.", with- other trays

planted, by Joyce WUson, : Ann

Banter, leua &ngina, nq Jim

my LonneT. i t
Jovce and Ahn. Telia and Jim

mv have one away' to another

school at nearby Oak Ridge now,

and since they nave to get up
early to make the lona drivel they

haven't had time to waters their

barley. It is wilted, and struggling

ttv keen l ive. 1

Wilted, ana struggunz io seep
their school alive also are the com

munity leaders of Clinton. x wnen

vou look at the devastation msiae

and around their high school, you

can understand why.
Broken glass is everywhere, e e-ven
ven e-ven out on the lawn; There is plast

er, and dust, and the lockers in

which children put their sweaters

and lunch-boxes, some blown open
and some in a heap on the floor.

see the school board when it came

tor advice and. help.

1 lv .COD WAITS ' i

The Repuolicans'. concern in the $TAR DRESSING ROOM

area of one Ot tneir !.. :

that differences of opinion apPears justified. Whie they.ha' The theatre's flight to stars
hld5Sn But he Kitted their machinery to go tne rocket to the ni

an-

moon.

rrrui. man woe ftf bourse aWlIC iui "-V. W.-i. Ii. ru.J

..ueswould arise between the two lurue uoi ,he Democra.s and their Ttli birth of a twicer

saw no reason for such discussions to rou fibor alUes have been "a "J ireauenUy has elements of excue-

slhe? modern auto-

Sir:

nMrnnntM. x ,(v,t hv v.morin slhe? modern uiu-1 t flrama and irony, rrance

" j r thA T.wn TiaLlUiia I uoii.u'. i-t ... : Hnt 'I Mfi 1 : , 1. na

tt felt T.naT. anv duicici. v. tu.L j no.opttins eauiuuicu. m- tub laips. 01 inn&e it

j w a rftmmonalltV 01 lmereswi ui mat - halanrp ..,h

o Tar ovcruftiaJivcu u.t j tk.t rkiatmn- I i.u.. m'.o pan weu ue .- i ,oi, a u-an ascem in j.c

"v-,v- : . n foroflTiuiness ui ui" iw-um i.ari. --- u J.

..einn snnuin never uiuv.ccu " i ,r anri tne iocai ui"" i r u.nio wonp . .iviarune uu v

. i .t Aitinfi .heir people n brM,. .he la-year-old

o"1- An American mbki""1"- eis i. ho

.... i i n a I nr, has VJIIIltII 111 111 V

'""J y . .u-.n nl nnlv -v"-" n.ron.

nnn .n fim i ii m iiui i-v i t whir mv kihiiii. i it acHbu

PIZZA, PLEASE ?buu..v"l" :, 954. the last '" he's newest ra-

t start reallv Rood off year election, the Republicans t explosion mustrates the va va-someone
someone va-someone to start a reaiiy kwu on ye nnirirnnI.shiD bv only S,- niSCUssini her

mnt nsvp uc- i won UlC v , I Kal ivO wi

few 200 votes. The labor Woer. ; persoail phApsopby tnuy,

ate thev mow nave .Nuyen tnougnuuiiy nu.cu. -r"
.fs in Vermont. ; are what they ace only a fraction
15.000 are mi nrt Mv; blood and ener-

AFI.CIO.unionssuch.s the never slay 'the same. That is

..nv von nave io live m

" s. j ii i..., ...hot vnu'ra

ute. I0U ooii v

aoing to be next, mere i
f.?..n nat." The fact, is how-

L"r;.t SflrS battle with cockroaches to gain hevTre solidly against the Re- Lhouh the premiere

iu ciwv f""v ..ui!.- Cn n 101V mat i. thino nt

I want to maw a p a muSt have be

vnM anmewnere m -- .

one of America's mc

nal zone we caiux 8c -

pizza house wmewii-re Wuh In the Past

a triTia ny : aiiici ivea. awv r v r 'a i mg p

s-rhaps the most popular dish-ana yet nere ...

" ni Try 11 I A

come

have

entry.

the past, it

is trying to develop a talent he is

unstue vt. l was inuuing mat e e-ven
ven e-ven after having a certain mea measure
sure measure of success, such as I have
had, it's still hard to be sure."
the formation of that bright
mass known as stardom, is lull of
fa etui streaks striking as swift swiftly
ly swiftly and illdgically as lightning.
Alfred Lun. owe3 his success to
thai gay vagabond of .fie arts:

Vaudeville. He was barnstorming.

in Lily Langtry's act when Booth
Tarkington caught the show in:
Bos on. Impressed with L u n t's
style, Tarkington vrote a play
for him. The play clicked and

Lunt jo:ned the "wmklers; .Bea
Lillie was a straight singer who

languished in obscurity, one day

she auditioned ior a musical.
While chanting she noticed the
producer yawning. In sheer des

peration, miss uuie oegan clown clowning
ing clowning while singing. She gov the. job
and launched a long and happy
career,

THE GOLDEN AGE

fused to surrender. In her third

effarc, she clicked. .Some tune

later, tne s.ar expiainea ner aoiu aoiu-ty
ty aoiu-ty to overcome adverse criticism:
"I used io take icy baths. Those
early icy baths are .perhaps di directly
rectly directly responsible ior my later
oerversity. They gave me the im-

oression that the bitterer the

medicine, ihe better H was for

you.'That may be one reason why
i came io th.nk the more insuit-

ine the press was, the more it

stimula.ed me."

dPerabTe "Ucib political -rsSV dazzUng future

for Miss wongaenui.

udden shimmer, is

th.ls W Uo most exciting theatrical event

v, k. arvH t slmDlv live for pizza but we do not gorge V",. directed out of the Team-
h-M fometninK far too good to be spoiled by sur- J in Barre, V:
ielyes;;:pizza is something tar too s and we oster -er neaqq s Mt

feitinK. we ieei u.e h.inn Is so stronir ,,n tv this Teamster

it and walt.for some aays u r7 .u. "f- ,inst Jim Hoffa at 'V i..var old Susan Strasberg

But T have no illusions about my pizza. They are noi y

that I rush home and nop one n ;-convention. Vhed The feat in "The

illusions T r ..;: .' ,..., nn r: ';t vrank." Oddly,

.tisfv the palate oi me uuc iu....v ,. ,u, uiiji i..,t

c.uuf." u. nrt n vou have coouea n HPre. too, laoor s ; I Miss S rasoerg was

In any case notnmg lastes qu.v. o 6 --- (n Maine i;pr two - t th. role that made ner,

vmifsMf.. 1....... a irt .. no's oolitic a i u- .'mu. r,ruHnrpr- coaxed me

i vea as iu .' r stai. i- tu-.

So, Pl.. .oroeboo,, .t.r; . 'XnlZi ft StfWM;. STS !r S

where on tne lstnmus. .u-.. '"I" "nw.,: "and a talented who has been melig'o e io v.-.c Fina ly, drencnea n ner
would do providing It is clean, has atmsophere and a taientea wnonas registered ,, ; Susan-rtad the, final toucn-

t r.tia-rheT .. ..o. o..rotarv-11-easurer o. ftH nf the orama. nuu.u

xiu.a.i urooiinr ,. c iK,n ius

ttt rin AAiinrii n 01. 1 mnmon!. &nn wuu am

. i..t thav fnnnrl as many n ..t.inind stardom. Miss

MissTKr. (GRANDMAS AND GRANDPOPS rVrMnt ; ih memberi un- L "chfl cinwed: "It was Ike

Panama's Nino Mlllon is a cute little fellow. As lor ms 7y d m Sume citv The : .covering a- whole new world,
Panamas m u 1A-.f h.v come to sweeter people. "tVuT. Pf.ntpted in person muirh reaUtv was a

narpnt";. weu me euuu jo- eiiK.me ""-' i.n.rc a .u

But I have seen no mention of tne young man a K .uu.i gnd by postcard, inree daydream and e

ents. Aren't they pretty proud, too? ta Qcu well med were seni fuU of wonoer.

Do thev live in los rioiCr S!"'. i,l mish. ... th- or-at seulotor of life

for the marriage rites? ,.,if h. must r lis-0" l.t ton. COPE and re ,"" Wtv'.tad bv any percep

Nino Milan's motner r. -s"- ,:'(i;.,,. are working fv,,""', .: moves mysteriously

have still been pretty ciose ro 1 V. r i:ir nrniectc They are P""T 'Ton i Riv shaoirie lives .in

young nusDanar .k. h-mocratic Party buy rfc" ,.. iov and deoair. .

,raHin and television 'imp. They RodBers-Hamme:s Vn were

Mister Fate also co-starred with

Edle Adams. Several years ago,

Miss Adams auditioned for a

fGeoree Abbott show. The recen

t onist in Abbott s otfice tnrormea

her that "she wasn't Ihe type,"

and that (seem ngly) was that.

Several weeks late?, Abbott's of

fice called and requested her to

And the

gional union offic:als are working t W les lt moves mysteriously
K,U,T ;fr Thav are 1 i .hnino lives Ol

on their major p.ujci

-IT-" .-. .whmi h.'n nff the Democrat

Hons of tne Aizprua mie j ,V, j ::- '.-a t.iavis nn ime. mey ,.... njr,

How about giving us a looK at tne sua. Jool, in most ""ne 1 and they

grandpops? r...... R.ader of the maior eit Uk people i.r. t0 sign a weU- known

.u. ..11. tc iarrifin uav. ... tr ha rn n nt me ravuitu.

10 ,ne . '.fcJ i wfih him and

EXPLANATION They .re now setting u .bean- '-lnce to accept

. .u...i... ,M-r. .rters m,the.t.e. seven -therole. Thapenormef decuneo.

i knva nAsfm nariH n i id i,iir;iaa(3c:& -' v - t.g 'innca win i ir: iimuuvM A u. lf s-i rr ai nn m at iii

istnmian parenw -r-r -- .. th-.lr e,u .".wt. nandline -Aer iui

vf Vvat their Kids set UD to mwe ujr,' .. I womannea ij yvw.-.- m.r, ,n -went to tne micu

TrXTnt nr th. normal standards of considerate conduct ana th nve phone8 wM w i h audi. ions were being held

. i ui a. au fwrrn i .l haaMniiiripri. i iilj i i'

sing for him. It seems a man inw
Richard Rodgers' office- had heard i f
her sing and recommended her to"

Abbo t. Consequently, Kdie won
an imoortant role in "Wonderful
Town," which was her launching
pad to the success orbit.

Talent is a decisive factor in

srar-makine. of course. Neverthe

less, a sense of conviction and de-

term!naion a"e also vi al. Katie
Hepburn's emoting in her first

two Broadway -snows was unani

mously panned. Miss Hepburn re-

Manv stars re born but how

manv are rerborn? Ethel Barry

mora is one of the few to make a

reality of the latter.; A series of
unfortunate circumstances forced

her to re ire. A tragic divorce, ill

ness, financial ditficuities and the
humiliation of plavs that failed.

NevertheleSsv; she returned to the

.theatre ad trmmpnea in ne

Corn .Is Green." i

' Jfthn Harrvmore. whose primary

ambitions were direc ed toward

writina and naintins. never real

ly relished acting. Afler clicking

in, his. first starrng roie. Drowei
Lionel came backstage and x;
claimed: "Wei", it looks like you you-are
are you-are in the theatre for good." John
was puzzled. He earnestly inquir-fi-
'Wha1 in heirhas happened?

Why didn't I give a stinking, pr;-
" T avil ft l4k1

formanceT . .jjiuuc !;
"Because you couldn't." Despite
h. tt.imrh Tnhn told his brother

of h s fears. He. was remarkably
prophetic: "I'm scared. I hear

rnunoer in tne auuiauc.

of storms to come."

. i a Mam

a

aWiaWBaa l ,v

Sir:

mD'swl :

. ii

Jeweiie

L. Vi i.-i..t.- minrts President Peyton N. Rhodes of

Southwestern ha. tms simple explanation of one cur cur-rent
rent cur-rent problem:
"Actually what is involved is the conservation of angular
momentum, something that should certainly be conserved by
sill and sundry It is merely necessary to exert a small but
carefully regulated impulse (the Product of force X time) by
elloX? a hypersensitive sacroiliac to Impinge on -mall por portion
tion portion of the interior periphery of a short section of the hoop.
The impulse applied with some discretion serves to produce a
change in the angular momentum of the hoop, ami if the force
of th" impulse i8 so directed that there 1 a small vertical com component
ponent component of this momentum opposlntr the force of gravitv which
acts uniformly over the plane of the hoop, then the
horizontal motion will be maintained with rare uniformity to
the amazement of all beholders who do not realize that the
whole deal is just as easy as falling off a log.
See? Hoopla

Motta's GREAT SALE
starts
SATURDAY Oct. 25

.tilled in each headquarters, mis ,VTVi.i the. stage, sat

means that on Elecwn Df m 4 strummed his!
least 35 telephones will be work- whU. chanting an Oriental.

ing s eadily to get mn .. lew mon.ents tne.

h-. vnts out ana me vu.es ---- .j.j that he was

of families and fr;ends. ML ioT the ro which repre-

Mr. Cross reports tnai at Yul Brynner's springboard

100.000 circulars nave t

ninn members in auierent

..n.ntiv All this seems

mighty effective coverage in a In the bit.th of a star, destiny al
"Lf. ...uu .n .,ar 0a total turn- .n..;ra. motivating lorce

M H If Wit" I YV fl S icmuuvd -
,.t f nsnno votes. rte-innaUv. it Is a whim, lauu-

Ruefully the Republicans h,h Bankhead won her lirst impor.
finding vou can't beat a Thurder- role in 39 East" because

bird with a Moaei i.

(ALL Our Stock I
at I
1 Unbelievably 1
Low Prices!
rnihiU 1 1

TKIUA1
24th
" TTuium.
Panama Col6n

the director was impressed with
the way Talu put on her gloves.
. .In Mary Mtrtn's case, the

starcess story, encomyMwu -stranger's
marriage, failure in Hoi
ivu-nrlrf a composer's artistic

- ,v,i oiP'l as perfect .ramg

and ra:e wooa, a comi s 7
tUUc Ui a. well as perfect
.ni rar talent. After ner

career fizzled in Hollywood, Mary
came to New York challenge
the theatre. A singer qua am
sical during, rehearsals to become
k.!. Th. hnnefnl from Holly

wood repaced her. She had one
... i. th show dashed o.f by

Cole Porter merely to fill a stage-

wit. The song maoe ner aF"
1r

sr.nrin's star-oower was

generated by "A Sreetcar Nam Nam-id
id Nam-id Desire." Nevertheless, a tense
of insecurity remained a nagging
companion even af'er the pinnae e
-.7p..i.d. As Brsndo recalls

try QUI 7'JT' Oliccivai. m
oari and from then on have been
doing pretty well. In i wmi".n
t all seems so t'mplfbut I re-.

nember being piagueo oy aouu
fears, loneliness snd all the other
horrors that haunt everyone who

The passageway between two
parts' of the" building, once so
crowded' that one-way traffic was

necessary, is now a complete

shambles. The shattered roof sags
low over the passage.''

TW walkina caretuuv oetween

piles of dislodged cinder-blocks
and broken desks, you manage to

get into the English room, you

have to be- careful not to slip

through a gaping hole which one
dynamite detonation : blew in the

ceiling of the caietena oeiow.
fin the blackboard of the Ehlgl-

ish room is written 'Do not erase'

and although the Hitlerites who
blew up Clinton High School eras erased
ed erased just about everything else, they
Hirl not erase the lesson for "En

glish III Literature assignment for

November.'" :
The assignment is captioned;

"Th New Nation.' The- Golden

Age," referring to the nation which
our forefathers built in the days
when the country was un'corrofled
by the .hate and passion which to today
day today blows up schools and places

of worsnip.

Required reading for the assign assignment
ment assignment is still on the blackboard:
"James Russell Lowell, John
Greerileaf Whittier, Washington

Irvine. William Cullen Bryant,

James Fenimore Cooper, Edgar

Allen Poe. Oliver Wendell Hoimes;

Henrv Watisworth Longfellow."

Those were tne writers wno in
snired this country' In the early,

atirrini. vigorous years. Those

were, writers the children of Clin

ton were assigned to read when

suddenly early one Sunday mor

ning their school Became a ,inara
bles.

The blackboard with its warning
"Do Not Erase" is still there. And

the names are still there symbo

tic of the fact that, you cannot

erase great men and great litera
ttirp i i

Poking through that debris, you
couldn't heln but wonder what

Whittier or Longfellow or Lewell

would have written about .the bate

and vengeance wreaaea uporr cau
dren.

Loncfellow and Holmes. Bryant

and Whittier would have stirred
u the nation against such venge vengeance.
ance. vengeance. They would never have done
whst the President did refuse to

On the .floor' of the wrecks n I

I picked up a book, its cover
ripped off by the explosion. It was
a collection of the world's great -literature,
called -"Exploding Lif e-

Through Literature."

.j summed Jhrough its torn
: pages George Eliot's ."Silas
Marner," Coleridge's "The Rime
of,-The Ancient Mariner,"'-A. Co- :
nan Doyle's 'The Adventure of
Si Napoleons,'- the story, of Wil Wil-Uam
Uam Wil-Uam .Tell, Xeo Tolstoy's "God
Sees the Truth but Waits." v-
'God- Sees the Truth but Waits.
Some members of s the Clinton
School Board who had already
raised $3,900,000 to build new
schools since, 1950 weren't quite so
philosophical?. They didn't see
bow they could -wait. Children had
to be educated.
' To. some it seemed that' G4
had waited a long time about pro-

lectins weir scnooi rrom an un unseen,
seen, unseen, unknown fanatic
:They didn't say this, but you
could feel their dismay, their be bewilderment
wilderment bewilderment as to why a little com community
munity community of only 6,000 people should

pe picxea to sutler.

J' explored- further. A poster on

the wall read "Welcome Fresh

men :Tfle Dragon's Tale 10 cents.
It had only been a few dsys sine
the fall terni began and freshmen
were being solicited to but' the
school paper,
; In the, dust was a copy of the
"Tennessee -Teacher": a Civics

bulletin "Alaska Joins Union" star

ed up at "me, from the rubble.
On another piece of paper was
written "I love you Aleeda."; It

lay among ripped books and shat shattered
tered shattered plaster on the floor, remind reminding
ing reminding you that no love was in the

hearts of the dynamiters who

rocked this little Tennesse town

on a Sunday morning.

I could not nelo but think as I
walked through those ruing that
other Aleedas and other Jimmys
and Joyces and Anns in other
schools throughout the country
would like to help the children of

(jimton rebuild their school.

If the high school children of A-

merica each contributed the price
of one Coke.' enough monev would

be raised to rebuild the school

in no time.

You can buy a friendship brick

to combat bombs of hate bv send

ing money--direct to the Clinton

cnooi House, Clinton,, Tenn.

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RECENT LUNCHEON HONORS
W. XRLMAN V. LANDON
Of recent ocial interest was the luncheon given by Mtai Tita
Pactieco honoring Mrs. Truman H. Landon, wife of Major Gen General
eral General LajwUm, commanding general of the Caribbean Air Com Com-manjdlV'f
manjdlV'f Com-manjdlV'f : ,....

Tacheeo entertained at her nome in neiia yisva.

whose husband, Lt. Kuttler,

ThrMft PUdt4
ly priet fc fraternity
Regftlar pledging aervices were
held; feeek for three young
woinetf Canal Zone Junior Col-
legeHft :worlt h" made them
eligiblfor Delta Psi Omega, na national
tional national gtmorary fraternity for dra-
Cynthia Orr, Jo Ann Harte, and
GladisPfiUer were pledged to the
naufjn&troup by Subert Turby Turby-filC
filC Turby-filC tfaenltf sponsor and honorary

membf the jraternuy.

Wge'flrama group in pasi years,

wC-will be able to complete
i minimum requirements for

Ali ffiree young women have
worMedEuV plays tgd y tne

col!

and
. thei;

membership with the presenl-'ion
of ''Cum You, Jack Dalton" tir-

ly In November.
Mrs! fitter It Goirtt
At Motherly Home
Mrs.Jld8s- Kuttler of Fort
. I I :

Da

is undergoing Warfare Tuning ai

Fort Sherman, is the house guest
ly. Beacon Hill, fort Kobbe.
of Lt. and Mrs. James H. Hether-
The couples arrived on, the 1 1 i
mus together in August Lt. Kuit Kuit-ler
ler Kuit-ler is assigned to Battery A, 4!h

Gun Battalion, 517 AnU-Aircralt

Artillery at Fort Davis. -Lt. He

therlv is the executive" officer of

Company D, 34th Armored, Fort
Kobbe.

Several social events are being
planned for Mrs. Kuttler, who will
visit here until the:, end of the
month. ''

Nov. 4. at 6:30 at the Tivoli

Guest House. For further informa information,
tion, information, call Car. S. t. Taylor, Navy
2410.

Isthmian Toattmaster
Induct New. Membtrs

In a meeting of Isthmian Toast Toast-masters
masters Toast-masters last evening, EarlWar EarlWar-ing,
ing, EarlWar-ing, traffic manager for Pan A A-merican
merican A-merican Airways the m e m b e r
whose presentationv: showed the
most improvement.1'- He spokes.on
"An Earnest Appeal for World
Wide Simplification of Air Passen
ger Simplification."
Ted Shaw and Tom Vale were
inducted during the meeting.
The next -meeting of the Toast Toast-masters
masters Toast-masters will ;be held Tuesday,

Annual Art Shew
Planned For November
Further plans have been an
nounced for the Seventeenth An

nual Community Art Show, to be
sponsored by the Canal Zone Art
League and the National League

of American Penwomen.
The show will commemorate A

merican Art Week Nov. 2 through

16 at the Tivoli Guest House.

The sponsoring groups invite all

artists from the Zone, Panama

and military installations to the
show. Entries will be accepted

Friday and Saturday from 5:30 to

8 p.m. at th Tivoli and will be in insured
sured insured until the close of the exhi

bit. Entries will be limited to six
for each exhibitor. Paintines must

be framed and wired for hanging

and water colors must be matted
The show will be non-com peti
live, and the entries will be ori

ginal works which have not been

previously exhibited in community

shows.

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PURER FINER RICHER

lack aatite tor ioclutioa ia riiia'
celuioa should wbmirMa' m
ftiae-wtitto) torai ana mailed ee
rite bob lifted daily 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and OtBorw" t delivered
bd re roe office. Notice a
BMetinff caaaot oe accootod B

Book Revi'w Section,

Canal Zone College Club

Mrs. James R. O'Rorke will be

hostess tomorrow morning at 9:30

at a meeting of the Book Review

Section of the Canal Zone College

Club. Mrs. Neil Branstetter will

hresent the book review.

The meeting will be held in the

O'Rorke residence. Quarters 545-a

Uooer Level Street, C u r u n d u

Heights (Santa Claus Heights;..

Dr. Symondt to Address
Auditor And' Accountants

Dr. Merrill A. Svmonds. direc

tor of the Florida State Universl
ty program in the Canal Zone

will speak tonight at the joint

meeting of the Institute of Intern

al Auditors and the Canal Zone

Chapter of the Federal Govern

ment Accountants Association. His

subiect will be "Myths in Interna

tiona' Relation as Seen Throufh

the Eyes of the American Pub
lie."

the dinner meeting will be pre
ceded by a hosmtality hour at 7
p.m. in the ballroom of the Tivo Tivoli,
li, Tivoli, Guest House. It is open to all
members of the two organizations
and their guests,

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product of a master tea -food chef in a Minneapolis (tore fjllt
BY GAYNOR MADDOX, NEA Food and Market Editor

ACROSS
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When vou are a guest in a ho

tel don't turn up your television
set so loud that it could distrub

your neighbors. Also,, keep your

jconversation in low tone's. A noisy

neighbor can disturb others who

mi"ht be trying to sleep.

The fact that you don't know

vour neighbors and will probably

never even see them is no Tea son

for not considering them.
CUT SCREEN KISSES

SEOUL, Korea (UPI) Ministry
of Education ,mpyi censors have

advised film producers ,nd lm

porters that' KreenJ kk must

be cut from the prevlousiy-per

nutted 30 seconds to a maximum

of 10 seconds, to make them "less

lascivious."

Vilma Butcher
To Give Lecture

On Music Tomorrow

.it .'-. ..
A program to be sponsored by
the Mann Bible Institute will fea

ture Miss Wilma D. Butcher, pro professor
fessor professor of music at the Paraiso

High School in a ten-minute dis discourse
course discourse on usic tomorrow at 7:30
p.m. at Geddes Hall.
Miss Butcherj a graduate of the
New England Conservatory of mu

sic, recently presented a piano

recital at the .National Theater.
Also appearing on the program.

will he popular Ryan sisters and

o hers.

Shrimp, one ot the most popular

of sea foods, turns up almost ev4

ery where, we found a shrimp Cre

ole in a Minneapolis department
store that rates and awafd.

Chef Steve wetoska of the

North Shore Grill in Donaldson s
department store prepared it. He's
been with the company for 35
years and is a genius with fish
and shellfish. These recipes will

prove it:
Shrimp Creole
(Make 4-4 servings)
One pound shrimp, cleaned and

cooked; 1 tablespoon finely chop

ped onion, Vi green pepper, chop chopped;
ped; chopped; 1 cup choped celery, 4 ta ta-blesoons
blesoons ta-blesoons batter, 1 tablespoon corn

starch, 1 tablespoon flour, 3 cups

canned tomatoes, Vi cup chili
sauce, Vi teaspoon crushed sage,
lh teaspoons salt, 2 teaspoons su

gar. 1 teaspoon Worcestershire

sauce.

Cut shrimp in half, lengthwise.
Set aside. Saute onion, pepper and
celery in butter until tender. Add
cornstarch and flour. Cook for 5

minutes. Add tomatoes, c h i 1
sauce, seasonings and Worcester Worcestershire.
shire. Worcestershire. Bring to boil and add

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You 11 adore this new lipstick
by Yardlev. Once on, the
glowing colour stays perfect
for hours without
need for retouching.

Long-Last lipstick goes on
like fine cream never
drying the lips, but. keeping

them soft and smooth.
Look out for Calypso Pink the new singing
hp-colour and other brilliant shades.
With the Yardhty quick-change' case,
and practical refills, it's
imple to change your lipstick as often
as you change your dress.

Try this easy beiuty test today: Apply one of the radiant new
shades of Cucex Nail Polish on one hand only. Now, compare
your two hands. The hand wichout Cutex looks dull. But set
how the hand with Cutex Nail Polish has that beautifully
groomed, finished look. Nails Sparkle with lustre its -flattering
s precious jewels!
Now see how your beauty actually DOUBLES with matching

lipstick thd nail polish. The same
beautiful color reflects a special
radiance lipi jni fingertip! with
every gesture . with every smile
For matching lips . wear
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shrimp. Cook until shrimp

heated through. Serve over fluffy
white rice.

Sacallopt Jamaica
(Makes servings)
One and one-half pounds scal scallops,
lops, scallops, 1 bay leaf, crushed; 1 tea
spoon salt, 2 tablespoons minced

onion, V cup chopped celery, Vi

cup chopped carrots, Vi cup chop

ed unpeeled apple, V4 cup chop

ed tomatoes, 1 close garlic, minc minc-ped;
ped; minc-ped; Vi cup butter or margarine,
tablespoon curry powder, 1 tea tea-soon
soon tea-soon salt, V teaspoon pepper, 3
tablespoons flour, VA cups chick chicken
en chicken bouillon or broth, Vi cup rich
milk, Vi cup water in which scal scallops
lops scallops were boiled.
Simmer scallops 5 minutes in
water to cover, seasoned with bay
leaf and salt. Cool in stock. Re Reserve
serve Reserve stock. Saute onion, celery,
carrots, apple, tomatoes and gar

lic in butter. When tender, add

seasonings. Cook for 3 minutes o
ver low heat. Blend in flour, chick
en blouillon, milk and scallop wa

ter. Simmer for 5 minutes. Add

scallops and simmer 5 minutes
more before serving.

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The Devil's
Corner
By Barbara flich
Today we're going to start off

long line of gruesome Items. To
wit, "I 'don't care wno you are,
Fat Man, get your reindeer off
my roof ." If you have any other
"joEes" that you consider worthy
of publication, how about let letting
ting letting us know?

Thursday night JC's first col collision
lision collision with AC will take place.
We are still the underdog, but
where there's life, there's hope!
How about you students Joining
the cheering section to give our
Cheerleaders a hand? Zero-hour
is 7 p.m.

In reference to last Friday'
football trame, the funeral Pro Procession
cession Procession was very clever. All of

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forth in a MTJCHO successful
manner. As for the results of
the game itself. congratulai
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To give orchids where orchids
are due our SA president. Bill
Black, really deserves a substan substantial
tial substantial round of applause for the
work and time he has been put putting
ting putting into making the SA-spon-sored
functions a success this
year. Three cheers for you, Bill!

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prices of two for the price of one we are
giving a 10 discount on all orders placed
during the month of October, We continue
with our usual policy of guaranteed work workmanship
manship workmanship as always. Many new materials
to choose from in Tropicals, Imported
English woolens. Tweeds, Flannels and
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consisting of Gladys Miller, Nan Nancy
cy Nancy Bryani, Gloria Talt. Brenda
Cunningham, Joan La wler, Ani Anita
ta Anita Schneider. Helen Adams, Mid
Atiristella Schmidt, just com completed
pleted completed their eighth winning
same. Captain Nita said that
these girls were the key players
and the ones that were present
most consistently.

Familiar sceens around JC

John Riley studying accounting

In the bowling alley. .Cecilia
Wright trying to find out' who

(or what) "borrowed" her an-pel-food
cake. .Groans coming
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- United Nations Day
c-2- Celebration Dinner f
J 7 p.m. Friday, October 24th, 1958

Cocktail s6f Chilled Fresh Fruits from
the Islands of Panama

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"" Filet of Prime Beef Souffle Argentine 1

iTeaider Chicken Curry India 'with Caribbean 1
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Croquette Potatoes from JMexlco J
Buttered Spring Carrots as served in Belgium M
.Mixed Green Salad El Panama Hilton
Bavarols flavored with Costa Rica I
Strawberries
Petlta Fours United, Natlonj
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PUni re underway to celebrate
Panama' Independence Day -with
a dance November 1 at the Santa
Cruz Service Center. The -Prone
aive Square Dance Club, which is
sponsoring the event, has invit invited
ed invited members of all square -dance
clubs ana their fnenqr.to attend.
Dancing Will begin at 8:30 p.m.
to the music el Professor Murphy
and his band.
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In developing' a double squeeze
in three suits It is likely that de declarer
clarer declarer will have to.decide just bow
. all suits are going -to break in
order, to, .time the squeeze exactly
right. Once in a while it is possible
to see that the .squeeze must suc succeed
ceed succeed long before the poor defend defenders
ers defenders recognize what is about to hap
pen to them, ;. .'-.'--.'
In the recent v Missouri Valley'
Ragional at Springfield, Mo., Alan
Bell,- young Chicago expert,' found
himself in seven-no-trump.
The bidding, -was both interest interesting
ing interesting and good and only a: five-zero
diamond split. kept'Alan from hav
ing tricks to 'spare. 1 s;
West opened the king 'of hearts.
Alan took his acetnd played he
ace oi aiamonas. west snowed out.
Alan paused Jor a moment at)d
spared hihinlj;iy&k..he announce
ment "seven on a squeeze.
After few 'trasos and Brum
bles from East and West, Alan
explainedi -that : her would, proceed
to run-'oitf-r-ail of-i-damn'" sixt
clubs. -ESsrt -wmild btw ttf"otd j
on to all, his four remaining a-
monqs ana nence wouia nave 10
discard down to a singleton spade:
Alan, discarding ., after East
would let go of his two mal'
monds and then, cash the king,
queen and jack- This would leave
Alan with-th irtr nf hart and
three of-,spades. West would have
to hold the queen of hearts and
woi'M be down to one spade just
as aast was. ;
It would not matter who held
the king of spades ;v both dummy's
spades would be winners.
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Te-Visit Sibrt Udoe 4
The Worshipful Master George
T.yp ullman- and other officers of
the District Grand Lodge will pay
weir annual visit to Sibert Lodge
at Gatun this evening. Dinner will
be served at 6:30, will the meet
ing scheduled to open at 7:30 p.m
. John A.- Taylor, worshipful mas
ter, of the Silbert Lodge, has ex
tended an open invitation to- all
Masons to 'attend, this evening's
meeong..;- .-j 8.-. r
Ladies' Auxiliary
: A masquerade Halloween nartv
will be sponsored by the Ladies'
Auxiliary of Lt. Frank P. Albfeok
bposf 822 on Oct. 31 in the Post
Home in Ancon.
The affair which will; feature
prizes, music and refreshments,
wiu oegin at p.m.
Hlhodisl Council
CHICAGO (UPI) -. The Meth Methodist
odist Methodist Council on Family Life has
adopted resolutions favoring mar
ital Counseling by i clergymen and
total abstinence from intoxicants
and narcotics.
iThe..;envendon, at its closing
session S u n d a y. also weed
strengthening of the United Na
tions and support of world law.
We are aware of the great
need unong, our people for com com-pejent
pejent com-pejent prdfesslonal counselin; in
mairital and .other nroblems," the
Methodist group said. "We feel
the church has an obligation to
provide such jhelb because of the
spiritual implications involved in
these problems ind their solu solutions;?
tions;? solutions;? , i
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' The' 3,000 delegates also adopted
resolutions irecommending 'he or organization
ganization organization of local family life
committees, calling lor t fourth
national ..family ; life conference
and urging Metnoffists to neip re rehabilitate
habilitate rehabilitate gfoup of, Polish wonv
en- used by, Nazis for t medical ex experimentation
perimentation experimentation in World War II.
The Rev.?: Theodore H. Alm Alm-oui&t
oui&t Alm-oui&t of the Foundry Method's'
Church. in Washington urged
greater understanding in racial
matters. :-(
!"We are outnumbered by the
colored races ef the world almost
six to one."' Palmquist said, "and
we had better- join 'he human
race before" is'Oo late."
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the French Society hall.
- Arrangements are begin made
to provide an enjoyable evening for
those who to attend.
Music will be furnished by Gar Garcia
cia Garcia and his "Progressive Five."
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RP Architect GuHIermo Trujillo

Does Christmas Card For Museum

i -The recently oreanized Society
of e National Museum of Pana Panama
ma Panama has asked several Panamanian
art su to design Christmas cards
wnicn it wiu puduso- to recognize
Panamanian art. The proceeds of
their tale will contribute o the
fund, for enlarging and beautifying
One of the artists who has con contributed
tributed contributed designs far the cards is
the well-known young architect.
(riuuermo xrujiuo. His designs are
delicate and colorful.-Born in Hor-
concitos. Province of Chiriqui, he
received ms oacneior of science
degree at the National Institute
and ihat of .architect at the Uni
versity oi Manama, n'. vv
. After becoming known as an ar
chitect and painter of water colors,
ne weni 10 apain. wnere ne atua-
ied painting. He has exhibbited his
work witn great aucess in Europe
ana various countries of America
He has traveled in Europe and
me ear a a si. . t
Trujillo has created in different
styles, au modern, and cultivates
the atmosphere of pre-Columbian
subjects in pictures full of charm
and magic, with a very distinc distinctive
tive distinctive style. Ceramics interest him
especially. His idea of ceremtc
art, which uses and perfects the
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r Trujillp, Architect Demetrio id id-ral,
ral, id-ral, chairman of the ;.3ociety?s
Fine-Ar Is Committee, Ciro Oduber
and Mrs. Roser Oduber have gi given
ven given final approval to the reproduc reproduction
tion reproduction of their Christmas- 'card
work. .. t ?
- The cards will be placed ;M
sale at an early' date at places
to be Announced .by the Christmas
card committee, of which Mrs.
Irving Bennett is chariman,' ;
,To create interest ixt the 'work
ef the Museum Society, and to
build a workina fund far. ita re
designed displays the .cards wiH
we moueraieiy pneeo. 1
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Girls 4, Boys 3
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' rarents w tiva of the seven
babies f born at Coco Solo Hospital
a mw "vw auuu ean ouiu
night last Wednesday, are Colon
residents, according to the hosoi-
nunner mai uraav enflintr r Mti.
tal report. During this same ne-
rioa n pauents were aamitied and
87- were discharged. ,y
Colon residents to whom diaeht-
ers were born are Mr. and Mrs.
Cecff Archibold, Mr.- and MrsWil MrsWil-liam
liam MrsWil-liam Waldorf, and Sp.-4 and Airs.
Johnathan Robinson. Boys were
bora to Mr. ana Mrs. Ivan Burke
and Mr. and Mrs. Hurbert Gould,
. Parents of the other eirl ire Mr.
and Mrs, Theodore .Kaufer, f of
Gatunr and the other ,Jy was
born to Sp.-4 and Mrs. John Zahn
of Gulick Heights. : v r.
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' UNITED NATIONS, N. "k Oct
22 IUPI) -Cuba declared today
iiat" to outlaw luclear weapons
jrithout a general disarmament a a-greement
greement a-greement .would give Russia a
'green Ught for world eonquest."
Cuban Ambassador Emilio Nu-les-Portuondo
told the United Na Nations
tions Nations main political committee
bat nuclear weapons stabilize he
armaments, situation, between Rus Russia
sia Russia and tha VI ft nH uml
factor' for peace.
' "Tha..aovit TTniim tliV .f..i
llites and Communist China have
the advantage of conventional
weapons," NuSei Portuondo said.
"Their arm mnA npti.ui.in
their human reserves, are un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly faf superior to those of
the western powers.
"The only factor -that stabilises
the situation is the atomic, weapon
because we are all convinced that
If it Wra lld that laaat fh.t
hannen i thit thr. .in v.
' w aau
ViCtOra. but mlV dfM ttA Rnrh .n
outcome is not suitable to the ag-
gessor powers asa pay-off for
statting war. .
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tion ration of the new erase which has
swept the .United States and
Europe. An American, toymaker
introduced ithe toy 'for sale in
leading department stores..

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merce Secretary Sinclair Weeks,
one of the four remaining mem members
bers members of the original Eisenhower
cabinet, is sarong y considering
resigning, perhaps by the end of

tne year.
He has told friends he would
very much like to move back to
hU New Hamnahir farm. bUt has!

reached no na'l decision. Mrs.i

Weeks the former Jane Tompkins
Rankin, hag not been well lately
and is said to favor leaving Wash Washing.
ing. Washing. on.
Weeks, 65, has been in Presi President
dent President Eisenhower's cabinet s nee
th. itart nf th chief executive's

first lerm in 1953. The only other!

original memoers sua leu aie
Atrririiltnre Secretary Ezra T.

Benson, Postmaster General Ar

thur E. Summerrieia ana secre secretary
tary secretary of State John Foster Dulles.
Weeks has said that if he did
not remain in office until the end

nf PrpainVnt's second term, he

would step down early enough'

permit his successor 10 learn me
inh nH make a record for him

self. Two years wou'd seem to be
the minimum for that.
Amnnff nthor indications that

Weeks may resign was n l s

prompt announcement oi a sue
tn Undersecretary of Com'

mcce Walter Williams, whose
roMcrnatlnn takes effect Nov. 1.

Williams, the number two man

in the Commerce Department,
urtn ho succeeded bv Frederick H.

Mnoiior the issistant secretary

for domestic affairs. Mueller's

post wiK be filled by his deputy

rri w noons e

rno Honartment nffic.a said tne

V HI . -
reshuffle was decided on and an

nuicWlv "In eive the

superstructure more siaoimy u
the boss moves out."
Weebi served as chairman of

the Republican finance committee

from 1949 untu ne iook over me
cabinet pos'. In 'hat role, he was
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million dollars, for Eisenhower's

1952 presidential campaign.

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SWEET jIXTlEN gaa party Saturday evening' &t the Tivoli Guest House. The event, given in celebration of

her sixteenth birthday, was attended by tome aixty you ng guests.

MODERN DISTINGUISHED AIR-CONDIi IONED

ii)s. bwih you
to visit our big Italian
shoe exhibition. Hand
made shoes for ladies,
men and children of
the famous Domani,
Varese and Lola.
We expect you at this
exhibition during
Thursday 23, Friday 24
md Saturday 25.

We will give as a
re-opening present
1QQ Italian LANCI dolls
to the first 100 ladies
that buy Domanln
shoes.
JQ dolls to the 50 first
persons that buy
Lola boys' shoes.
IJQ Italian purses to the
first 50 persons that
buy Lola girls.

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN IKDCTKCDIHT DAILY NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER tt, 1951
FELIX'S INFANTS FASHIONS

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Dlu THAI JIVfc the jitterbug The couple in the foreground are Charlotte Kissling and Paul Reynolds.

i ''l jjlilr 1 A neir c8tume rminicent
HV!1, 7 s of the roarin twenties, Shie-
- ;v 1 ;i a la Holcrpft and Andy Hiley
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NfcVtR TOU YOUNVl during rehearsal forth, television show.

"THE CROONER"
Here is happy fd fd-lw,
lw, fd-lw, most happy be because
cause because he has on Fe Felix's
lix's Felix's Perry Come look
..The plaid shirt
with white collar and
shirt front. Pants
have snap crotch and
adjustable shoulder
strips. Blue-Nary.
As illustrated $5.50

A distinctive irl toooer
set.' boxed with a foam
rubber filled cloth giraffe.
Topper has flared skirt
with striped collar, front
ribbon and bow. Pants are
plastic lined. Pink-Powder,
As Illustrated $5.50

"MISS DIOR"
A classic chemise
style. Soft drip-dry
chambray In window
pane check. Lined
panty to natch. Pink
Powder-Malie.
As illustrated $3.95

For every $1.00 cash
purchase or credit pay payment
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FREE TICKET for our
Double Christmas Raf Raffle.
fle. Raffle. More than $4,500.00

in Prizes

MAIN STORE
1st Floor, Infants Dept.
No. 22-06 Central Ave. Phone 2-1773

Illustrated above are Just
three of the many new styles
of outfits for infants that
were Just received. Also
complete selection of every
thine for infants.

for someone in love...

for Christmas

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Laree assortment of
GIFT ARTICLES
at LOW PRICES

Cognac goblets by set
beautiful colors
Revolving Trays for side dishes
Small table with ceramic cover
for ornament

Brush and dust
pan for cleaning
furniture t
Copper sprinkler
for use and for an
ornament s
Brass bracket for

two candles,
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mrmy Retains

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Ohio State
Auburn As

y NORMAN MILLER
NEW YORK (UPI) Army's
Black Knights retained their lead
top the United Press Interna International
tional International college football ratings
Tuesday and Northwestern was
placed among the top 10 teams
for tb- first time ever.
Ohio State replaced Auburn as
the nation's No. 2 team and Okia
homa. : returned to. the top 10 fol
lowing an upset-ridden week end
that ahook up tne' select group.
Northwestern jumped nine places
to the No. 10 rating. It was the
first (1lme the Wildcats had been
ranked that high lince the UPI
ratings were inaugurated in 1950.
Thi week's top 10 included
three teams each from the Big
Ten and Southeastern confer conferences.'
ences.' conferences.' Cadt Stock Rises
Army, which trounced Virginia,
85-6, was the top choice of 23 of
the 35 leading coaches who com comprise
prise comprise the UPI rating board. The
Cadets also received seven second-place
votes, three for third
and one each for fourth and fifth,
giving them 330 out of a possible
350 points. In taking over the No.
1 rating last week. Army had
only 14 first-place votes.
Ohio State, the defending na national
tional national champion, was the first first-place
place first-place choice of eight coaches.
One each voted for Auburn and
Texas, which ranked behind Ohio
State in that order, and two
coaches favored fifth-ranked Lou Louisiana
isiana Louisiana State. Ohio State had 295
points 35 less than Army; Au Auburn
burn Auburn had 201, Texas 174 and
LSU J70.
low (with 158 points), Missis Mississippi
sippi Mississippi (122), Oklahoma (103),
Notre Dame (90) and Northwest Northwestern
ern Northwestern (80) rounded out the top 10
group in that order. (Points are
ewarded on a 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1
basis for votes from first to 10th
places.)
Mere Charigts Sean
1 In addition to Oklahoma and
Northwestern, Iowa was new newcomer
comer newcomer to this week's top 10. Wis Wisconsin,
consin, Wisconsin, Michigan State and Navy
dropped out after being upset last
Saturday.
Several key games Involving
leading teams are bound to shake
up next week's ratings,, too. Army
take. on 18th ranked Pittsburgh;
OhiolState faces 12th-ranked Wis-
conuhi, sixth-ranked Iowa meets
lOth-fanked Northwestern; and
SI

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Replaces
No. 2 Team

ninth-ranked Notre Dame plays
13th-ranked Purdue.
Clemson, which plays a "Big
Thursday game against South
Carolina this week, headed the
second 10 group, followed in or order
der order by Wisconsin, Purdue, Colo Colorado,
rado, Colorado, Michigan State, Texas
Christian, and the Air Force Aca Academy.
demy. Academy. Pitt and Oregon were tied
for 18th, with College of Pacific
20th. Georgia Tech. Navy and
Tulsa were the' only other teams
that received points this week
Kramer To Stage
Australia Tennis
Tour Independently
LOS ANGELES (UPI) Jack
Kramer, miffed by 10 months of
bickering with Australian- tennis
.associations, today put into opera operation
tion operation plans to stage his pro tennis
tours there independently.
The tennis impressa.no charged
that the tennis associations not
only c h a r g e d him double the
rental assessed other touring
troupes but in addition demanded
thousands of free tickets for their
members.
With the pro tour next January
in jeopardy as a result of the
impasse, Kramer announced he
was investin $g22,500 in a portable
court and ould use stadiums
other than those belonging to the
tennis associations, in Melbourne,
Sydney and anywhere else e
can't reach a. fair agreement on
rent and tickets.-.,.
The pros hadMieeTi using the
huge Kooyong Tennii "Stadium in
Melbourne and the White City
S t a d i m in Sydney in their
matches but he said in Melbourne
he was forced to give away as
many as 4,700 free tickets out of
11,000 to life association members.
"We are definitely committed to
play on our own," Kramer said.
"With the investment we are
making in equipment the only
way we now could compromise
would be for tbem to foot the bill
for the added expenses."
Kramer said his representatives
had arranged to rent the Olympic
Velodrome in Melbourne and the
E. 4. Marks cricket oyal at
Raidjwick, near Sydney, for the
date in those areas. He was
h n d e f u I tennis associations in
other states would be- more co
oDerative but if they also seek
hues blocks of free tickets he in
tended staging independently
there also.

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Hicks. Martinez
To Meet Sunday
In Ten-Rounder
Unbeaten bantamweight con contender
tender contender Hector Hicks gets the
stiffest test of his career Sun Sunday
day Sunday night when he faces sea seasoned
soned seasoned Claudio Martine In a
ten-rounder In Colon.
Hicks, who has racked up
five victories in as many out outings
ings outings since turning pro about
six months ago, is a scrappy
youngster who hits hard and
boxes with equal proficiency.
Both he and his more expe experienced
rienced experienced rival like to mix it up,
thus creating the possibility of
a kayo in the battle of little
men.
The weight limit is 120
pounds.

ATLANTIC LEAGUE
nfftrtnis of the Atlantic Little
League today announced plans
for their 195& basepau seasun.
The loop covers all Atlantic U.S.
rate civilian areas and is a base baseball
ball baseball program open, to boys be
tween the ages or 8 ana a.
The first open meeting 01 me
ro, ipnsnn win De neia Oil
Wednesday evening, Oct. 29, at
7:30 p.m. at the ElKs nome in
ifTonr9L Parents of eligible
boys interested In playing Little
League ball are lnvuea w at
tend. Also Invite are ine
' currently in the
league, as well as others inter
ested in participating .in wiw
fino vmiT.h nrotrram.
i..v, J- w -a
At this time, tne league
short one manager .and nas
openings in the coaching, um-
(irn Bpnnnir ana uuunuivj
fields.' Those Interested in filling
these positions are asKea 10 can
the league president, Joe Hickey
at 3-2306 or 3-1343.
Tryouts to fill vacancies on
fvi siv teams will be conducted
mi wnv Rth for eleht and nine
year old boys, and pri Nov. 15 for
ten, eleven, ana iweive uu uu-ers.
ers. uu-ers. Both sessions are scheduled
n nnrterwav at 9:00 a.m. and
in t .ntvliipt.eri under the SU-
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pervtsion of player agent- ow
Registration hls 111 'be' a-
vailable at coco soio, Marg&iiw
and Gatun elementary scnoois
ai at Pristobal Junior High
School. Blanks will also be avail
able at all Atlantic side U.S. raw
gymnasiums.
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PACIFIC COSMOPOLITAN
MIXED LEAGUE
Team Standings.1
Colpan Ford
Team No. 1
12 6
11-7
10 8
8 9
9 S
8 1C
8 10
5 13
Tahiti Jewelers
Spalding Dot
Team No. Z
APA
Tasco Battery
Colonial Insurance
High Average
Man Vomtn
Balcer 190 Mitchusson 158
Damian 188 Schmidt 145
Jamison 187 Camby 138
Colpan Ford 2; Colonial Iniur. 1.
By winning two of the three
points from Colonial Insurance,
Colpan Ford took over first place
in the Pacific Cosmopolitan Mix Mixed
ed Mixed League. A 21 pin handicap was
used advantaeeously by Colpan
Ford while Colonial Insurance had
to take a blind for their missing
Boh Toland.,
Colpan Ford A. Roberts, 433;
B. Roberts, 446; M. LaBeau, 372;
R. LaBeau, 486; Folger, 505.
Colonial Insurance Klumpp,
474; Coleman. 436; Voss 488; Wink Winkler,
ler, Winkler, 370 Blind, 501.
Tasco Battery 2: Team No. 1
With Pepe Damian the leading
soark.. Tasco "batteried" Team
No. 1 out of first place. Billy Cof
fey with 245 led Team No. 1 to a
first same win. but then the mem
bers of the battery team called on
their reserve and powered their
way to a two point win.
Tasco Battery R. Balcer, 535;
B. Balcer, 275; T. Lowande, 386;
E. Lowande. 442: Damian, 585.
Team No. 1 Blind, 441; Qunn,
392; R. Schmidt, 433; T. hchmiat,
508: Coffev. 576.
Team No. 2 3; Tahiti Jewolart 0.
Team No. 2 ran their winning
streak to five points by blanking
Tahiti Jewelers, xney nan consid considerable
erable considerable help from a 41 pin differ difference
ence difference in the team handicaps.
Team No. 2 T. Albritton, 551;
P. Lane, 372; M. Albritton, 407;
Bureoon. 474; M. Lane, 576.
Tahiti Jewelers Jamison, 521;
Borgis. 378; Bush, 414; Camby,
479; Kunkel, 571.
Spalding Dot 2; APA 1
With Dan Thomas taking a cue
from "Pioneer" and scoring his
first 200 game and 600 series, Spald
ing Dot took two points from APA
For their one point win, Dick Soys
ter. Prusinowski and Earle Best
all came through with their best
same in the third setto
Snaldine dot Boyer, 532; W.
Riley, 361; Nelson, 393; Thomas,
601: G. Riley, 516.
APA Soyster. 550; P. Best, 387;
Mitchusson, 408; Prusinowski, 5U;
E. Best, 533.
WOMEN'S WORLD IN
BOWLING
PACIFIC LEAGUE
of CLAYTON

Won Lost
18 10
16 12
16 12
14 14
14 14
12 16
1U4 16V4
lOVi 17V4

Broadsides
Lucky Dreamers
Gutter Gals
One Eye Open
Roses
Alley Cats
i Martians
Beauties
Broadtidos 4 Allay Cat 0
The Broadsides in sweeping all
four markers took undisputed pos.
session of first place, but they
thanked their lucky starts because
fiftv Dercent of these markers
were rather close, in fact too close
for comfort. One game was de
cided by six and the other by
four.
Jean Brady, a pinch bowler
nrnved a worthy replacement in
the ranks of the Broadsides with
her 507. she had plenty o fhelp
from Mabel Leslies 507, and Shir
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ley Van Osdel 510. The defeated
quintet of five Alley Cats that
wtiui uown lighting, had two
queens, when Mary Lund and Mar
garet Hicks hit 518 "and 518.
Rotot 9 Lucky Dreamers V
The Hoses proved real thorns to
the Lucky Dreamers, upsetting the
former tirst placers by 3 to ; 1
count. The five blossoms all had
fragrant series, but one Rose was
especially outstanding in the form
of a Navy wife. Dolores Cas I o
with a 618 series. The other stems
were. Fran Holstslander 587, Anita
Passon with 562, Wally Morgan
522 and Dot Chadderton 509.
The Lucky Dreamers were not
found wating despite losing three,
Decause lour Of tne gals bowled
well; Jean French 573, Noreen
Jones 515, Lois Wells 512 and cap
tain Eva Lee fell short of a
scratch 500 but still got herself a
Dao nanaicap.
Gutter Gals 4 Ono-oye-Optn 0
The Gutter Gals celebrated one
of their best mornings between
their coffee and donuts. The Gals
managed to knock off the pins
when they counted most. They won
the first game by 17 pins, the se second
cond second one by nine and the last one
by 27. This one morning success
took the Gutter Gals into a tie for
second place only two points out
of first.
Tres sefioras" contributed ov-
ver 500 for the Gutter Gals: Kay
uaiiot 533, Marg Wilburn 535, and
Bea Ballard 502. The unfortunate
One-eye-open slipped down a- -few
slots in team standing despite
good series of 537 and 500 Nancy
MoKray and Vi Wolitarsky.'
Beauties 3 Martian Vi
The Martians Maidens ran into
a group of stern Beauties who are
resolute in getting out of the cel
lar. The Martians are wondering
what they have to do to win. Their
entire roster were enrolled in the
500 society and yet the best they
could do was earn one naif- point
Erna Foster fetched 526, Bey
Jackson jolted 533, Billie Davis
downed 513, Charlotte Dodson 545
Thelma Guibert 535. Paced by The
ma mussel's 603, the Beauties went
on a scoring spree that insured
them one of their best outines
Jean Sullivan smacked 580, Dah Dah-ne
ne Dah-ne Bauer 536 and Mimi Metzger
516.
BUSINESS WOMEN'S
LEAGUE OF DIABLO
Teams W
Rudesheims 21
Balboa Beerettes 14
Shoppers 13
Buyers 11
Mosntain Dew 8
Glidden Paints 8
Leading Averages: M. Hicks 153
V. Rudy 152, Mitchissun 148.
Rudoshtims 3 Shoppers 1
Although the Ruseheims are
making shambles of the league
race they still received 11 pins
per game gratis from the Shop Shoppers.
pers. Shoppers. These 33 sticks was the dif difference
ference difference between coming out on top
because the Shoppers lost the TP
by 31 sticks.
The Shoppers dealt the Ruse Ruse-sheim
sheim Ruse-sheim Contractorettes their occa occasional
sional occasional loss in the opener. But
after that if was all Rudesheims,
in the middle game Marty Weye Weye-nuth
nuth Weye-nuth was the big gun with a 174
game, and when she slipped Gla Gladys
dys Gladys Graham picked her up with a
175 in the finale. Both of these la ladies
dies ladies broke 500, Gladys 556 and
Marty 541 and they had company
of Vi Russell's 518.
For the Shoppers, four damsels
went over 5C but still lost the
match. Vi Rudy and Marge Hicks
the one two bowlers in the league
improved their averages with 518
and 523. So did Maxine Nichols
with 513 and Helen Glud held her
suota in getting 507. The Shoppers
lost ground and now are in third
slot.
Balboa Boorattes 4
Mountain Dow 0
Here was a case where George
Dilfer's team on one side beat
George Dilfer's team on the other
side. Bernice Roberts, Cerveza Cu Cu-ties
ties Cu-ties captain, captivated the pins
into a 527 series. Mabel Leslie
joined her with 509, and "BJ" Nel Nelson
son Nelson 500. This trio meant all four
points and a jump into second
Dlace. The best of the Mountain
Dew was Elener Borgis' 498 and
this shoutout sunk the Mountain
Dews inot a tie for last place.
. Glidden Paints 3 Buyers 1
The Buyers bought themselves
a win in the opening round by 36
sticks but the Glidden Paints mix mixed
ed mixed a batch of colorful hits on the
pips end came out by 22 pins, the
final round meant for the winner
three points, and the Glidden Gals
rose to the occasion with a 927
mark.
The bottom three entires on the
Glidden sheet rapped out bang up
series. Betty Williams walloped j
ab,; utile ui iiunn lired 522 and
Rose Lastlnger landed 506. For
the Buers, It was Betty Coleman
and Thelma Lowande with the
best sets.
ELECTED LEAGUE PREXY
BUFFALO, N. Y. (ITpl)-Vin-
cent M. McNamara of Buffalo
wis- reelected Sunday to another
two-year term as president of the
New York Pennsylvania Base
ball' League. The league also an
nounced it i adopting a 126 126-gam
gam 126-gam schedule for 1959. '

By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK (UPI) Ernie

BaoKs, who set. an. all-time home
run record .tor snomtops an..
sparked the Chicago Cubs to a
surprising sixth place tinish, is
ne United Press International'
1958 National League Player o
the Year. '
The 7-year-old native of Dal
las, Tex., was acclaimed the
league's No. 1 player by an over
whelming margin in the voting oi
a 24 man Wl board of experts.
three from each city in the
league. (Banks received 22 of a
possible 24 votes with one each
going to second baseman Bill
Mazeroski of the Pittsburgh Pi
rates and pitcher Lew Burdette
of the Milwaukee Braves.
Banks,, who didn't-take un base
ball seriously until he was 17
years old has Jong been recog-
jnzed as one of the National
League's top shortstops but 1958
was by ail standards his finest.
In addition to fielding his posi
tion brilliantly, the lithe 180-pound
Negro oatted .313, set a major
league mark for shortstops by hit hitting
ting hitting 47 homers and led the league
witn izs runs batted in.
Played third Base
The highest honor Banks ever
nas acmeved came only a year
alter it appeared that his career
might be ended by a sore throw
ing arm. Banks was shifted to
third base in 1957 because of the
ailing wing and did not reestab
lish himself as the Cubs' short
stop until the spring of 1958.
Ernie's big leaeue storv started
back in 1953 when pitcher Connie
Johnson, then with the Chicago
wnite box and now with the Bat
timore. Orioles, advised Paul
Richards to acquire the 22-year-
oid Kansas City Monarch infield
er. But before Richards could
act, Banks already was picked up
by the Cubs on, the recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation of Tom Gordon, business
manager of the Cubs' farm club
at Macon, Ga.
.Banics joined ?tne Cubs, along
with second-baseman Gene Baker,
ij! me nnai weeKs or tne iS3 sea season
son season and immediately demonstrat demonstrated
ed demonstrated both his. defensive and offen offensive
sive offensive ability. He hit .314. connect
ed for two homers and knocked in
six runs in a mere 10 games.
Ernie hit .275 with 19 homers In
1954 and then came through in
1955 with a record outDut of 44
homers by .& shortstop, 11T runs
batted in and a .295 average. He
hit .297 with 28 homers and 85
runs batted in 195ft and .285 with
43 homers and 102 runs batted in
1957.
Set Grand Slam Rocord
Banks set a, major league rec-
pro m 1955 by hitting five grand
siam nomers. uanks had nrevi
ously shared the mark of four in
one season with a list of super
sluggers that included Babe Ruth
Lou Gehrig, Rudy York, RalpB
juner ana ai itosen.
As a youngster, Banks pre
ferred swimming. basketball.
track and football to baseball but
his father a member of the Dal Dallas
las Dallas Black Giants in his youth youth-attempted
attempted youth-attempted to interest his oldest
son in the diamond. At Booker T.
Washington High School, Banks
captained his football and basket basketball
ball basketball teams and was a 54-second
quarter-miler,
He started playing baseball
with the Amarillo Colts in 1949
and hit .350. He joined the Mon Mon-archs
archs Mon-archs after he was graduated
from high school, went into milU
tary service and then returned to
the Monarchs in 1953. In a mat matter
ter matter of months he attracted the at attention
tention attention of both Johnson and Gor Gordon,
don, Gordon, and he was on his way to
big league fame.
Mazeroski, 22-year old son of a
veai Virginia cool miner, was
one of the key men in the Pi Pirates'
rates' Pirates' rise from the second divi division
sion division to second place. Conceded to
be the best defensive second second-baseman
baseman second-baseman in the game, Mazeroski
also compiled a .273 average and
hit 19 homers.
Burdette, the Braves' 1957
World Series hero, compiled a 20 20-10
10 20-10 record this year and -sparked
the defending league champions
during the second half of the
campaign. He won 14 of his Jasll
17 decisions after having a 6-7 1
record at the July All Star break.
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Clemson Southarolina?
In AnWua
Football Battle Tomorrow

By TOM PRICE
COLUMBIA.' S. C. (UPIl-The
Atlantic Coast Cdnference gets an
early start on the weekend's foot
ball action when Clemson end
South Carolina' clash Thursday in
the 56th "Big Thursday'' vendet
ta that has greater than usual
significance for unbeaten Clem Clemson.
son. Clemson.
The Tigers, ranked 11th in the
latest United Press International
coaches' ratings nipped four irl-
ler opponents by a combined mar
gin of only 23 points to enter the
next to last Big "Thursday as
the top A C C contender for na
tional honors and a bowl bid.
South Carolina on the other
hand has been an "every other
week performer, playing well in
an 8 0 win over Duke and a
24 14 victory over Georgia, but
losing 45 8 tot op-rankedArmy
end 6 0 to North Carolina.
Talented Backs
Clemson came from behind in
three of its four wins to nip Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia 20 15; North Carolina 26 26-21;
21; 26-21; Maryland 8 0; and Vander Vander-bilt
bilt Vander-bilt 12 7. The Tigers have two
talented quarterbacks in junior
Harvey White and sophomore
Lowndes Shmgler, a well-balanced
running game sparked by junior
halfback Gorge (Pogo) Usry, and
a trio of good fullbacks in 217
pound senior Rudy Hayes, 190-
pound junior Doug Cline .and 200-
pound senior Mike Dukes.
Halcbacks Alex Hawkins and
King Dixon and fullback John
Saunders give the Gamecocks a
good running game, but nope of
the South Carolina quarterbacks
can match the White Shingler
punch of the Tigers.

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SARGEANT

White, the A' C C's total offense ','
champion as a sophomore, is also-"
a great runner, piling up 216 ,"
yards for a 5.1' average so far
this season to go with 21 comple comple-tions
tions comple-tions in 35 attempts. ..--iT
. if
Clemson Favored
Both teams have strong "defen "defen-sive
sive "defen-sive lines but Clemson. rates the-
favorite's rdle. on strength of a ''
more versatile more explosive of-
fense and backfield depth, V.
South Carolina Coach v Warren
Giese. in his third year with the
Gamecocks, has yet to see his '
team score on Clemson. The Ti
gers won 13- 0 last year and M '""
in 1956. They, have won -the last--'--three
Big Thursdays and hold a 1
32 20N -" 3 3dge ia the'serie-
begun in 1896. c,
This will be the next ..... to ', last-"
Big Thursday. The 62 year old
classic, played on' Thursday of
State Fair week in Columbia, will
be abolished after the 1959 game

in lavor ot a Saturday home-and- r
home rivalry.
The-remainder of the ACC waits.., waits..,-until
until waits..,-until Saturday to play, with two-.
league games, scheduled and two
members invading the Southeast- -ern
Conference. -North Carolina
State is at Duke and Wake Forest T
at North Carolina, while Maryland
invades Auburn and- Virginia is'""
at Vanderbilt.
The Southern Conference has a
Friday night game, William ,nd 4
MaYy at George Washington On
Saturday, West Virginia Ways Vir Vir-ginia
ginia Vir-ginia Tech at Richmond; V M I
is at Davidson; Richmond at Vil1' v
lanova; and in a night game Th
Citadel, is it Furman,'

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THE PANAMA AMFKJCAtt AN TNDEFENDINT DAILY KEWSPAPEB
Latm American Swm wreef
Tiger Rags
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To Be Closed,

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Freestyle Race

By OSCAR FRALEY,

, ,NEW YORK (UPI) The!
eollegiate race for basketball tal talent
ent talent has,, reached-football's most
frenzied pace an informed source
reported today, ..with the biddjng
for; human skyscrapers mpuntmg
because "only a few" coaches
have the ability to jet by without
height advantage.
."Most coaches have, to accent
the big men because it's only by
keeping control of the ball that
they can turn out winners," it
was explained. "Only a hand full
of college coaches are able to
improve and polish their players
to what you might call, a pro professional
fessional professional level" ,
0 Tffmd amone these "oro-type'

coaches are such as Kentucky's

Adolph Rupp, Temple's juarry

Lltwack, asaue s uuaey aioorc,
DePaul's Ray Meyer, Oregon
State's Slats Gil) and California's
Pete Newell.
Start Fail As Pros
As proof pf this contention, It
was pointed out that many so so-called
called so-called "All Americans" fail
miserably to make the grade
when they get into professional
basketball even though every everyone
one everyone in the pro league remains
mum on the subject for fear of
hurting someone's feelings.
There are two principle reasons
why the bidding for high school
Jkethall stars has reached such
fantastic proportions that a boy
nf ft fset. 6 inches or better "has

it made" even if he has two

left feet.
On is that since World War II

the earns has become big business

in colleges with sellout crowds
packine field houses at anywhere
from $4.5 to. $6 a head for an
average of better than 45 games a
season. ....
The other is the alumni, which
bas stepped in with an open

wallet in a prldeful effort to
make the alma, mater one of. the
powers in the newest college big big-time,
time, big-time, f
Reports of some inducements

are almost unbelievable and will,

auite naturally, be sneered at by

collegiate officials. But these re reports
ports reports persist such as a $5,000 a
year payoff to one big star by a
wealthy alumnus; post, graduate
free-rides and even scholarships
for. the highly coveted' athlete's

girl friend. t
Many Added Inducements
Certainly there are added "in.

ducements" when a much-sought

skyscraper gets as many as 200
offers of scholarships, many of

which entail an all expense in

soection -rrip to the college cam

pus. And there is at least one
whisoered case where a fine

player but poor student naa

someone else take Ms college

boards for him.

Thj South and the Southwest
curr nt y are considered the

bisgest bidders for basketball tal talent
ent talent but all sections are suspect
when a New Jersey boy turns up

in California and vice versa. The
majority of colleges contend that
they stick by the NCAA rules

wherein only room and board and

books and tuition may be pro provided.
vided. provided. The South openly adds. $15

a month for extras.
A new phase is the "scout." He
lines up the top high school pro prospects
spects prospects in his neighborhood by in ingratiating
gratiating ingratiating himself with the par parents
ents parents and then peddles themat
$100 to $300 to eager coaches.
The odds are. however, that be

fore the boy enrolls he will get
an even better offer and turn up

somewhere else.
The only thine certain in the

whole business is that where

there's so much moke there's
bound to be fire.

Final plans for a second Latin-American
swim, meet were

made at a recent meeting and

Saturday, Nov. & has been sel

tcpoi as the date of the meet to

be neid at tne jtainoow via

swimming pool.

Children of Bants. Cruz, Rain

bow City, and Paralso-Pedro Mi

guel began conditioning them

selves several weeks ago on

learning that the youth educa

tion and recreation committee
of the Rainbow City Civic Coun Council
cil Council intended to sponsor the swim

meet. 1

The feature of the day will be
the 100-yard free-style race for
the Governor's Trophy, donated

bv Gov. William E. Potter. At

nreshent on display at the Rain

bow city school is the trophy

which was won last year by Lio Lionel
nel Lionel Fergus, a 17-year-old lad of

Rainbow City, Rainbow City
swimmers emerged victorious in

each of tne 14 events and nn

ished 1-2-3 in eight, capturing
37 of 42 places. They were also

1.2 in the other six races.

It is estimated that approxl

mately 60 swimmers will parti

cipate in the meet, which will

again have 14 events on the pro

gram. Like last yeac, there will
be a tota lof 14 races for boys

and girls between the ages of 10
and 18, but, unlike last year
when there were eight swimmers
in each race, there will be only

six. The town of La Boca is de

activated, leaving two represen

tatives each for Santa Cruz

Rainbow City and combined Pa

raiso-Pedro.

by

JOE WILLIAMS

Three Braves,
Pirates Make
UPI NL Stars

Foreign heavyweights-no longer
fall down and play dead when an
American opponent feint?' with a
ferocious grimace; and a scientific
explanation may be that they have
metered gravitational pull. or
It it push?
whatever the reason, the Intri

guing fact is that In the past
month alone a fistic phenomenon
comprised of one Swede and two
T).;t;.hor. eA(rafi a ewepn over

the first, second arid third rank-ng

U.S. contenners.j lNoxnmg use una
was happened since the-? invention
o' ,ie split decision- and Frankie
Tarhn. '- &

Sweden's Ingeiaar Johansson

stopped Eddie, Machen in less than
V rouhfl, flobr'ne the Californian
three tiirles. Great Britain's Brian

Leap ruf atir-bloodied Louisia
' Willi Pastrano so unappet'z

jn-ly the referee ended it in the

fifth. andfnow Henry Cooper, an

oMir stalwart p the Emnah. has
just outpointed Arizona's Zora Fol

ler-
Of course, it becomes increasin

lv evidemt that our present day

heavyweights have little to recom
mend other than prodigious appe

tites and audaciously brazen man

j?ers. "o. in wiew of this, the ten'

" ....

Hencv is to disparage the merits

nf foreigners' talents.

This Is unfair and misleading be

cause it fails to take, into account
the oractically unprecedented dif dif-fiei'lties
fiei'lties dif-fiei'lties and hazH the "Wors

had to overcome, Such as fighting
jn ?n unriht onS'Hon,, For years
this form of exhibitionism has been
disdained as cheap and vulgar.

ity. He and Edwin Alquist, the

Swedish manager promoter, are

business intim ates. When Alquist

wanted a sparrine partner for Jo-

nansson and a semmnalist. Bur

ston shipped him a good one, Bert
Whitehurst.

"They boy came came back

home raving over Johnasson," Bur
ston told up yesterday. "Calls him

a--Gene Tunney with fire. Assures
me he can punch and take a

nunch. How would he do over
here? 'Beat anything we've cot,'

Whitehurst answered. I wanted to

know if this included Floyd Pat Patterson,
terson, Patterson, the. heavyweight champion.

I d have to bet on the Swede.

Whitehurst said. v,And maybe by

a knockout.

GENE CONLEV must ba wash

ed up as a pitcher... because e s

going to make a oasiceiDau come comeback
back comeback with the -Borton Ceitics...if

be can maka the team at an an-

tinintert 28... "I'm Plenty nest

ed shruss Gene. 'I nsvem

pitched since Aug.

vMurmw wanted to tap Floyd

Patterson for his PersoB-to-Per-

nn TVer tbe same bum rrintc

ton president Robert Gotaeen was
.. kut the heavvweieht champ's

WltlH mrnw w

wife nixed It ntu sne can snow
a hHkbv la their hacienda

they're looking lor one...

Jnhnnv Unit as' touchdown pas-

... r navins nff in other chan-

ntls, too... he visits New York

soon for a coniao wiw viu
Rosenbloom, the Colt's president
who's also a commercial tycoon

...and will introduce me poiseu
field seneral to the right people

in- National OlsinDUiors... w ki

him sUrted in a career in sales

and buying.

Whv Lennv Moore, the wreltb

of the Colts looks like he's swear

ing spats he tapes us aniuea
over his socks and around the

arch of shoes...

Tn rat the mini fired up against

rhin sat.. Coaeh Ray Eliot in

vited Jack Dempsey to give tne

hnv a nen talk a couple of days

before they met the monstrous
Riiekeves... '1 had to take on

hiffirer cuvs in may days, too," be

pan Demosev. "Fellows like tirpo

and wmara.' ... men wem mw

a sniel of desire and aggressive

ness... and concluded, xnow go
out there and pneh."... "But

Jack," protested one of the Illinl,

"you can't do that m lootoau.' ...
If the Cleveland Browns are

going to be beaten this year, it's
through a still leaky pass 'defense

... trade story Behind tne nreaa-

down of UCLA'S George Dicker-

son, stratint tho moment he

heard he .was to succeed .Red

Sanders...

? I II

ass) M'Si rw.sm ii

XV. rTSkmkJI MM

JanjuiyVnltfs

rooms set aside at -the Plankinton

for steel and construction cronies

Pro golfers competing for loot

on ABC-TV's All-Star golf fig figure
ure figure it's the toughest way they

pick up dough on the links... be

cause it takes tnem twice as long
to play their matches... waiting
between shots while cameras are

moved into shooting., position...

Cus D'Amato's new middle

weight tiger, Jose Luis (Cheeul)

Torres, was a hard bitter at home

m Puerto Rico. too... as a third

baseman,

Between you'n'me, word's be

ing passed along the East that if
top-ranked Army goes all the way

it'll be receptive to a Bowl bid.

By PRfD DOWN

NEW YORK (UPD-The cham

pion Milwaukee Braves and the

second place Pittsbureh Pirates

placed three players each today
on the United Press Internation

al's 1958 National League all-star
team.

Pitcher Warren Spahn, catcher
Del Crandall and outfielder Hank

Aaron were the graves honored
while pitcher Bob Friend, second second-baseman
baseman second-baseman Bill Mazerdski and
third baseman Frank Thomas

were the Pirates chosen.

The remainder of the 10 man
squad, eight .regulars and two

pitchers, was composed of first first-baseman
baseman first-baseman Stan Musial of the St.

'oun Cardinals, shortstop Ernie
Banks of the Chicago Cubs and
outfielders Willie Mays of the San
Francisco Giants and Richie Ash Ash-burn
burn Ash-burn of the Philadelphia Phillies.
The Los Angeles Dodgers and
Cincinnati Redlegs were not re represented
presented represented on the squad.

A Real Brlflht Gent

The troubles of one of the na

tion's fine passing quarterbacks

to back to last spring... when he

went into a huddle and negan to

caU a down and out pass to the

lef and exploit a defensive weak weakness.,
ness., weakness., then suddenly remember-

ed that his new coach, breaking
- X 11. J It

m new lyiLem, naa given mem

no such pass-

Florida State thought It had Bob

Anderson snagged a couple of

years ago... through the efforts
of Vaneh Mancha, now on the

Columbia staff... even gave his
Cocoa Fla.. Hieh School coach -a

lob... Anderson wrote tho Red

Blaik at West Point on his own

Flatten Pattorson?

To breoVr with the venerable tra traditions
ditions traditions of horizontalism, therefore,
' coH rot have been a decision
painlessly arrived at; for this
"leint the .repudiation of some o

boring's most 'eminent canvas-

tt rnliv ;Weu. 4f pecaen,
PWl KrhttAfo name a few.

Psychologically," tbe spiritual
' qujHtv o thee victones may have
. a greater influence on the .sport's
future' eroiS' the 'Atlcnt'c. 'than

t th physical. For instanoe-'try to
put yowself in youn". Cp'r
place. Imagine the grbwl'ntl!i'ttfror
e and suisoene. the asorizei' dhn
lief and d;smay, as round after
round ossses.-snd lnsted of lvin

stretched out in the rina. under
. th lightf repmily listening to the
referee's mathematical rhythms,
yot are on Vour f"t. imoossiMv,
eer'ly erect, incredibly, pronoster
oitsly vweVe, and. mor-nver. von
art sctnally stabblne this Fnilev.

with live; ;purposftui leanrri
i TM. as voh can see. was a un'-

out 'and 'extraordinary emounnni

. tuerler our foreign friends had to

conquer ana 10 ancmpi io ppiir

their tienormanres oy convemwm'
1 criteria would be a mistake.

Of the three forelen breds who

collaborated in exposing our top

pretenders for the dismal medio
crities they ere, Johnasson is the
nn vou want to keen your eve

on, according to Lew Burston, the

ICS internationalist.
Burston Is one of the few, men

on our shores who can discuss "Jo "Johansson's
hansson's "Johansson's equipment with author

Johansson may be the bright,

new personality who can give the
ring the lift it so sorely needsj

He proved ne can nit ny destroy destroying
ing destroying Machen with savage combina combinations
tions combinations in 2:16. And we have White White-hurst's
hurst's White-hurst's competent testimony that

he can take it... ."In our workouts
I 'rreaehed his .chin with my best

shots and nothing happened."
It mav not take much of a fight

er to beat Patterson, anyhow. The
youne Negte h'as yet to prove he is

anything but the best of a poor
crop. The seeleSs Aich!e Moore is
the only, journeyman fightey he'd
beaten, and awkwardly ereen cor

respondence, school graduates like

Rndemacher pnn Harris nave naa

him on the floor.

But fortunately Patterson does

have the shrewdest and most as

tute

ring

with

al, Cus D'Amato protected the
ch'moion against making a million
dollars on soft touches and a a-chieving
chieving a-chieving a sort of world fame. In

this way the hermit warrior is un-
worried bv income tax agents and

nnd'srurbed by hero worshippers.

And he doesn't get nurt, eitner.

Spahn, Banks and Mays were
unanimous choices and Aaron
missed by only one vote in the
"oil of Zi baseball writers, three

from each city in the 1 e a e u e.

Crandl' was named on 22 bal-

lots. Friend and Mazeroski on 20

each. Ashburn on 16 and Musial

on 14.

v

The closest vote was for the

third baseman, Thomas winning

with 13 votes compared to nine

for Ken Boyer o the Cardinals

nd two to Ed Mathews of the
Braves. Orlando Ceneda of the
Giants polled 10 votes for first
base to make the nest showing of
any rookie.
The three unanimous choices
Soahn. Banks and Mavs were In
the headlines practically daily in
the league's first cqast-to-coast
season.

Has there ever been a more
expensive football player than

Bobby Layne?... who came to the

Steelers for prised Earl Morrall

anp two high draft choices... after
the Lions gave the defunct New

York Yanks a bundle for him..

and the Yanks Ted Collins was

still paying the Chicago Bears
for Layne five years after he'd

peddled him.

Lou Perini didn't help the hotel
room short ate during the World

Series in Milwaukee... with 200

a.BBTSt.rfiKliPI Mamr College
ith Machen, Folley, Pastrano et! s
I n... TV A .4, nrntooteH the T II II

rooiDaii Kaunas

VIGOUR RESTORED,
GLANDS MADE YOUNG

Whatever

Happened to .

GLINN CUNNINGHAM

Once the world's greatest miler,

Glenn Cunningham thrilled the
sports world with his "big kick"
on the track though nee his

doctors told him he might never

walk again. As a boy of 8, Glenn

was burned severely in a school

fire. Physicians despaired for his

life for a time and later for his

legs but Glenn fought back and

by the time he reached the Uni

versity, of Kansas he was on his
way to fame. Glenn made the
1932 Olympic team, though he

failed to win the 1,500 meters. Vt

one time he held the mile record

at 4:06.8. Far years he was in

vincible, particularly on indoor

board tracks.

Whatever happened to Glenn

Cunningham He lives on an 840-

acre ranch near Cedar Point.

Kans., with his large family in including
cluding including three ons and three

daughters. He raises Shetland

ponies and spends part of the

fail and winter on temperance

lecture (ours.

By TREVOR SIMONS
One published report of Fri
day Balboa JC football game con contained
tained contained the following what-is-it:
"From this point on neither team
could do much, but the officiiU
managed to pick up considerable
varHnae

It's not good reporting, and it's
nnt DAort neotrv. Mavbe it's a

pnoH new brand of crying towei

The facts: Balboa was penaliz

ed three times in rapid succes

sion for unsportsmanlike conduct
Football Thursday and
Friday Nights

Thursday night at Balboa Sta Stadium
dium Stadium the Canal Zone Junior Col

lege will make another effort to
score their first win of the sea season.
son. season. The Green Devils have shown
improvement with each game and
though they go into Thursday's

same aa rank outsiders, the Athle

tic Club knows too well that tbey
pn ill afford to relax their efforts

if they are to 'keep their record
untarnished.
V Though badly lacking in reserve
strength, the College gridders

managed to throw a scare into

Cristobal nad held the Tigers to a

tie. Then, if only for a short while

they brought their well-wishers
some hope when they scored first
in their game against the Bulldogs
last Friday night.
The Athletic Club is undefeated

in two regulation games this year
and has a victory over each of the
High Schools on their record. Un Unlike
like Unlike pre-season predictions from

this corner, the Athletic uuo nas
shown unusual strength in the fi

nal phases of their games. This

has been due to some good bench

strength of which the AC coaches

have made liberal use.'

The big game of the year is

scheduled for Mt. Hope Stadium

Friday nieht at 7 o'clock. It Is

Cristobal's homecoming game and

their first crack at Balboa High,

defending champs of the inter
acholastic league. Much has al

ready been said about Cristobal's

first stringers, but if they are to

effectively counteract tne sudsh sudsh-tution
tution sudsh-tution power of the Bulldogs, ma

ny of the young up and coming
aridders will have to be ready to

keep Cristobal at top atrength for

four quarters.
With Huso Tompkins still nurs

ini an injured eye. Tom Billison

and Russ Stromberg will vie for
one end position opposite Jose
Crooks. Jim Will will have have
to be ready to give relief to the

Tiger halfbacks. Big Jim Mcoioin,

in, his first year of Mign scnooi

most. They are the only team on

ie Canal Zone at the moment

'.hat can withstand the loss of

player of the calibre of Gary

Ness plus the ejection of another
air of outstanding gridders and
s ill hold the opposition at bay.

more complete coverage of tne
Bulldogs will be carried in the
next issue of "Tiger Rags" aa the
two High Schools go into a earn
est work out sessions in prepara

tion for their first 1958 encounter

Hay night at Mt. Hope Sta
dium.

Cleaned Friday
Th Coco Solo Swimming Poof f

will b closed for cleaning rrr
day, Oct. 24 and will pn SaK'7
urday Oct. 25 at 11 a.m."
BALL ROOM BRAWL
Long Beacb, Calif. (NEAV-j--Gaspar
Ortego and Don Jordan,, f r
welterweights fights in the grand
ball room of Long Beach hotel
on Oct. 22.

GIFFORD IN HOSPITAL

NEW YORK (UPI) Frank

bgifford, 205-pound all National

League selection the last two

years, is in St. Elizabeth's Hos

pital with torn ligaments in his

right knee and will be lost to the

XNew xorK wants tor two or

three weeks. Gifford suffered

the injury in Sunday s 23-6 loss

to the Chicago Cardinals.

nmoce fl Dp go dp 11 2

LET

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football. is.sUll smoothing out the

rough edges and might get a cracK

at the Bulldogs Friday night.
Herb Spectre performed well a-

gainst the Athletic Club and has

probably earned the rignt 10 get

into this all important contest ri
dav nieht. Dewev Whitaker is be

coming more and more valuable

to the Tiger,, cause, Playing effec effectively
tively effectively "either"' as an end, i half-

back or a line-bacKer on oetense
where he really shines.
John Peterson's injured wrist

should be all healed by Friday,
but he will have to share his com

bination guard and tackle position
with a freshman, Brian Lutz, one

of the brightest first year prospects
on the Tiger roster in many years.
There are actually many, question
marks on the Tiger squad, but
coaches Ingram and Moser are in

hopes that Cristobal will show
the same kind of spirit and fight
that iust missed earning them a

victory against the Athletic Club
last Thursday night.
The Bulldogs are two deep in

every position and three deep in

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Ocmulgee Mary, owned by G.W.
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NEW YORK (UPD-The United
Press Interna'ional major' coVege
football ratings (first-place votes
and won-lost records in paren parentheses):
theses): parentheses): Team Point
LArmy (23) (4-0) 0

I. Ohio Sta'e (V (4-0)
3. Auburn (1) (3-Q-l)
4. Texas (1) (5-0)
5. Louisiana State (2) (5-0)

8. Iowa (3-01)

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ton Clayton 87-7232 after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: 51 Lincoln, good
tires, radio, $250.00, O. Richard
0853. Balboa, Tel. 2-1235.
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford V-8.
Custom, 4 door, two tone, clean,
$1695, Balboa 2-988, 2-1806,
800X La Boca.
FOR SALE: DeSoto Firedome
1957,? 4 door. sedan, automatic,'
rad'io, nylon white aide wall tires,
power steering, under coating,
low mileage 'like new. Call Mr.
Fred Robinson, Chase BaniVor
Mr. Marciaq. "Dodge DeSoto
Dealers.
FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet
Bel-Air 4-door, 6 cylinder stand,
ard thif Ivory ever Turqueis, w-w
tire baekatp-ifglifs, tpqtlight
underc'oated, new tailpipe-muffler,
excellent condition, for
price and demostration call
Honest im 3-1071.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet
Bel-Air, new car,' i cheap). Phone
Cristobal 9-141 0 or Colon 1719.
SPECIAL OFFER: 1 955 Mercury
Montclair convertible, duty paid'
with all extras. Original cost
$4800. asking price $1600. Tel.
3-1104 8-12 noon, 1:30 4:30
p.m. ,
FOR SALE: 1958 M.G.A, con convertible,
vertible, convertible, low mileage, good con condition.
dition. condition. Call Balboa 2-1338 after
3:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: O 949 Chevrolet se sedan,
dan, sedan, $200.00. Good running
condition. Phone Rodman 3544.
FOR SALE: 1951 4 door Ford,
excellent condition, throughout,
call 82-3162, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Progressive Club
To Sponsor Hop
On November 1
The Progressive Social and
Square Dance Club has completed
arrangements to hold a pre-Inde-pendence
hop at the Santa Crui
Service Center on Nov. 1, com
mencing at 8 p.m.
Music for the occasion will be
furnished by Prof. Murphy's band.
Men's Shirt Factory
Designer, Part Time

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If you are looking for a good lightweight English
bicycle we carry a complete stock of Humber and Robin
Hood cycles made by Raleigh Industries of England. Gents',
ladies' and boys' and girls' models with special ac
cesorfes such aa built-in dynamos; safety lock; beautiful
colors.
Special Canal Zone Prices I
Muebleria CASA SPARTON
Central 26-109 Calidonia.

Home Articles

FOR SALE: Mahogany China ca cabinet,
binet, cabinet, dining room table and four
chairs, CHEAP. Qtrs. 2100-A.
Phone: 83-7139.
FOR SALE: Westinghouse por porcelain
celain porcelain refrigerator. $75.00. 60
cycle, new unit, 5965 D, Smith
Place, Diablo, phone 2-2902
after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: Leaving Isthmus,
bedroom set, livingroem set,
made by Cowes. Very good price.
1947 Cadillac, very good condi condition.
tion. condition. Tel. 3-7616.
FOR SALE: Springs 12.50,
Mattresses 8.00, Chairs 2.50,
Double Beds Complete from
39.00, Hollywood Beds from
39.00, China Closets 15.00,
Mahogany Dining Suites from
30.00, Metal Dining Table 9.00.
Wrought Iron Living and Dining
Room Suites, Innerspring Mat Mattresses,
tresses, Mattresses, etc. CASH or CREDIT,
WE DELIVER. HOUSEHOLD EX EXCHANGE,
CHANGE, EXCHANGE, 41 Auto Row. We Pay
Cash or Your Old Furniture.
GOPer Disavows
Week's Proposal
For Sales Tax
WASHINGTON (UPI) Rep.
Richard M. Simpson (R Pa.)
chairman of the Republican con congressional
gressional congressional campaign committee,
yesterday disavowed commerce
Secretary Sinclair Weeks' pro proposal
posal proposal for a national sales tax.
Democrats made clear they
hoped to get some political mile mileage
age mileage out of the proposal, sen.
Georee A. Smathers (D Fla.),
chairman of the Senate Derho-
crawo campaign commiree,
branded the idea a "typically Re Re-nnhlioan
nnhlioan Re-nnhlioan Dforjosal."
With the congressional elections
iust two weeks away, some our
campaign strategists were openly
dismayed by Weeks proposal for
a sales tax imposed at the factory
level. Thev feared some voters
might link Republican candidates
wifh the secretary's suggestion.
Simoson. a ton GOP ember
nf the tax-writine House Ways a
Mpans Committee, moved swiftly
to counter the Democratic effort
to inject Weeks' proposal into tne
campaVn.
Simnson said neuner ne or
TireaSnrv officials would recom
mend such a tax. weeics saia
earlier he would try to sell his
idea to, President Eisenhower.
"The noliticians who lament
the loudest about Weeks' state
ment," Simpson said, "will ne tne
ipft.wini? sDenders who are re-
vonsible for the high tax burdens
already imposed on our citizens
and business community."
Smathers said that a national
sales tax levied at he factory
would be pajsed along to the
consumer, regardless of his abil ability
ity ability to oav."
"Democrats Oo noi Deneve we
oueht to have a tax philosophy
where people pay the same tax
irrespective of now mucn money
tney mane, smainers sam.
Weeks unveiled his plan to re
porters last week end at a meet
ing of the Commerce uenart uenart-ment's
ment's uenart-ment's Business Advisory Coun
cil in Hot Springs, Va.
WELL, MAYBE
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Washington Post and Times Her Herald
ald Herald said today the government's
Small B u s i n e ss Administration
had received a letter which read,
in part:
"I'm lust five feet tall In my
stocking feet, and I'd like to
know if that qualifies me to be
a small businessman?"
Needs the Services of a
or Full Time.

3P.JC

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE -Girl's 24 inch bi bicycle,
cycle, bicycle, good condition $20.00,
794xB, Balboa.
. FOR SALE: 2 limed oak
. finish Hi-Fi Garrad charger,
.haathkit 30 watts preamp and
amplifier. Carlson,' anclosar 1 5"
TRX Trixial electroveice apaakar.
Phona Balboa 2384.
FOR SALE: Lawn mower, gas gasoline
oline gasoline angina, like new. Real bar bargain1,
gain1, bargain1, juste Arosemena Avenue
and 25th Street, new Icaxa build building,
ing, building, Apt. 2. From 6:00 to 1:00
p.m.
FOR SALE: Two new net tend tendon
on tendon 1200 tons cargo with radio
radar, ana LSM 1000 tans, ana
S00 tons all properly equipped
cargo ships. For information,
phona Panama 3-5927.
CHRISTMAS CARDS
The largest and finest assortment
with Views of Panama and the
Canal Zone, with Greetings in
English and Spanish and several
languages.
Wholesale and Retail Cards
from 5c. to 25c. We have been
supplying Panama and the Canal
Zona for over 25 years with these
popular Cards and new views and
designs every year.
FOTO FLATAU
PANAMA
Via Porras 95 Tal, Panama
3-0611
FOR SALE: Piano accordion
Paolo Soprani 2nd. 120 bass 7
registers. Call 2-5311 from 5
p.m. to 9 p.m.
FOR SALE: G.E. wringer type
washer, 60 cycle, excellent con condition,
dition, condition, phone Albrook 6242.
Q:te Unquote
WASHINGTON Democratic:
National Chairman Paul Butler,
on aoumern leaders' objections to
a liberal civil righn plank in the
party platform:
"If they don't want to go along
on the racial problem and the
whole area of human rights.
they are going to have to take
political asylum wherever they
find it, either in the Republican
Party or a third party."
INDIANAPOLIS Teamster
Union President James Hoffa, on
press coverage of Senate investi
gations into the union's affairs:
"The press has had a field day
at the teamsters' expense but the
teamsters always have acceped
the press's challenge."
NEW YORK Restaurant own
er Lou Olman, on the off-duty
patrolman who shot up his res restaurant,
taurant, restaurant, killing four persons:
He came in. He said nothing.
He did not have anything, to drink
He opened fire."
ROME Dr. Richardo Galeai
zi-Lisi, on criticism levelled at
him because he published, his
diary giving intimate, detailed
accounts of the fatal illness of
Pope Pius XU:
"Professional silence Is no long longer
er longer valid when a patient has died.
That's why I told the story only
after the burial."
Hollywood Party
Sees Guests Engage
In Fist Fight
HOLLYWOOD, Oct. 22 (UPD-
Guests from the film capital en engaged
gaged engaged in fisticuffs, sans cameras,
at party given in honor of Peet
Carl Sandburg, it was disclosed.
ine central iigures in me argu
ment were Gary Crosby and John
W. Geiger, West coast head of a
cheese company, which sponsors
Milton Berle's TV show.
It was reported that the two
wrestled on the floor of the Rodeo
Room of the Beverly Hills Hotel,
and finally were separated by
others of the party.
Sandburg nad left tne party
given by Berle before the fracas,
as had others including Sammy
Davis Jr., Gmucho Marz, Barbara
Nichols and Tina Louise.
SENSATIONAL
ANNUAL I
SALE
r
PR I D A Y,
APRIL 24th
u mill ii.
Panama
Colin-

Real Estate

FOR SALE: late 500 and 1.000
meters, in the Nuevo Hipedrome
Urbanisation, across the Ramon
Racetrack. All lots with afreet
fronts, sawega, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBsrnett.
Tel.? 3-2567.
FOR SALE. Property located at
El Valla, J bedroom house
6.000 square maters land, fruit
trees, river with. dam. Sales price
$22,000, reasonable terms. Ap Apply
ply Apply Adolf Noriega, El Valla.
Child's Dad Foils
Marriage Plans Of
Baptist Minister
x
SEVIERVILLE, Tenn. (UPI)
A, 33-year old Baptist minister
faced a Kidnap charge today and
trie llyer- old girl he tried to
marry, but couldn t was back
home.
George Washington Rollins, the
divorced father of five children,
was arrested Sunday on a war warrant
rant warrant taken out by Earl Ogle Jr.
father of the bride-to-be.
Ogle picked up his daughter in
Atlanta Sunday and took her home
to Wear s Valley in Sevier County,
Rolling moved to Sevier County
about five months ago as pastor
of the Friendship Baptist Church,
but resigned two mon.hs ago after
he was divorced.
He stayed with several different
families in the valley, including
the Ogles, where his' friendship
with Frieda Ogle bloomed.
Koiuns claimed that U was
Frieda who proposed the mar
riage and two weeks ago threaten
ed to kill herself if she could not
wed the preacher.'
Rollins said he tried to talk her
put of the wejjding, but finally
agreed when Frieda claimed he
didn't want her.
Friday they drpve to Rossville,
Ga., and then to Ringgold, Ga.,
where they took blood tests and
physical examinations. Trieda
gave her age as 21 but authorities
didn't believe her.
They moved on to Dalton, Ga.,
where Frieda lowered her age to
18 and the couple was told there
was three-day waiting period.
He left Frieda with an aunt in
Atlanta and returned to Sevierville
for some clothes, but was arrested
and taken to the county jail.
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BUSY NEWCOMER
LONDON fUPD-Lord Mayor
Sir Denis Trusco't quo'ad a
schoolgirl's essay about his job:
"The Lord Mayor is covered in
fur and goes around in a coach.
He is a newcomer to the city, but
he has a lot of affairs there."

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Claxton, tel. Panama 3-3493.
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U.S. Tells Russians Dulles
May Be At Geneva Meet Later

WASHINGTON (UPI) The
United States yesterday rejected
Russia's proposal that Secretary
of State John, Foster Dulles be
present at the beginning of Ge Geneva
neva Geneva talks on an atomic weapons
test ban.
But the State Department, n
a note delivered to the Soviet
Foreign Ministry in Moscow, said
Dulles would attend at a later
date if "the presence of foreign
ministers seems necessary and
desirable."
Britain, in a similar note, lsb
notified .Moscow that it felt for
eign ministers sould sit in only
at a later date. The talks are
scheduled to get under way Oct
31. The United Sta'es said it
hoped they would lead to a "finil
termination" of all nuclear weap
ons tests.
American and western experts
met here today in connection
with another series of Ge
neva talks due to open Nov. 10
with the Russians., Thetfe confer
ence will deal with, ways of pre preventing1'
venting1' preventing1' any ;,PearlHarbor type ;of
surprise attack."' ' k
The allied experts will j try ito
STATESMAN'S BENCH
tral Park bench which Bernard
Baruch has made famous will be
reserved officially for the 88-year-
old financier. The New York
Parks Department said a bronze
plaque reading "Elder states statesman's
man's statesman's bench reserved for Ber Bernard
nard Bernard Baruch" will be placed on
the bench where Bairuch frequent frequently
ly frequently has sat to meditate and offer
advice.

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NURSERY SCHOOL Housq 175,
Morgan Ave., Balboa. Telephone
2-1214. Children lVi years t
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Toys, gam, sandboxes, tricycles,
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agree on thei- approach ta the
question t a two-day odiscussion

Among inequations participating i

are uie unitea states. Britain.
France, Canada and Italy.
xne u.o. note to Russia on the
atomic test meeting reiterated
President Eisenhower's Aug, 22

proposal tor a year-to-year.; sus suspension
pension suspension of tests if sufficient prog
ress were made on an interna international
tional international control; and inspection sys system,
tem, system, plus other phases of disar disarmament.
mament. disarmament.
Russia,-has: not said whether' it
will abide- by the President' plan 4
for the one-year test suspension
starting Oct. 31.
The Russians resumed testing
on Sept. 30: after suspendin, testa
last March on grounds that ; the
United States and Britain still
were .setting off experimental
atomic explosions. The : United
States plans to end its current
Nevada tests before the end of

the months ;
In rejecting the Soviet proposal
that foreign ministers attend tht

Geneva talks from the beginning.!
the- United States said it believed I

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sionimjide'iiB advisable to opera
Umh- oVniwrcliptorflatic level,'
This meant' that the delegations
w6uld.TBe'h6aded by ambassadors.
The United States has named1
AmbasadoRrf James J. Wads Wads-worthy
worthy Wads-worthy chiefs disarmament nego nego-tiat
tiat nego-tiat or-ior Dulles to head the U.S
group:
v A ;conerencr of east-west scien scien-tific
tific scien-tific delegates concluded in ; Au August
gust August that a workable system
could be set up for. detecting all
but the smallest secret' atorak
exolosions. The svsem would call

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GM Vice Prexy Announces Greatest
Styling Change In Pontiac History

"Pontiae "hat broken all bonds
of tradi ionai styling ind engineer engineering
ing engineering in 1959 with the mosi pro-
Crpssiv rhanpp in nnr Division's

51-year history," S. E. Knudsen,
GM vice president and general

manacer nf Pontiac Motor Divi

sion, said in announcing the com..

yany 8 new line 01 cam.
..... r i ........ Kl.

. we are coniiqem mat me pOf

Uc will nan tne 1959 Ponllac annna

of America'! re.ily new carl."

said Knudsen. "i:.ont every angle

the car reflects ultra-modern de design.
sign. design. Unprecedented styling inno

vations, resultine in a lower, wid

er car, give, the 1959 Pontiac a

dramatically new appearance.

An an new Dooy, a treao nearly

nve incnes wider to increase nana nana-ling
ling nana-ling ease and safety, a new high high-performance
performance high-performance 389 cubic inch Temp Tempest
est Tempest 420 V-8 engine, new heavier,
true-contour brakes and. a com completely
pletely completely redesigned chassis frame
are among the 65 brand new lea lea-tures.
tures. lea-tures. The 1959 Pontiac presents an
overall picture of artistry in mo modern
dern modern design, wi h .flat surfaces and
anges of simplicity and beauty.
The low, cleanly styled, body, top topped
ped topped by a slim-line roof, gives up
to 37 per cent greater glass area.
Contoured Vista-Panoramic wind windshields
shields windshields in all modelx nrovirlp irl.

ded driving safety with up to 60

yer cent greater yisipui y.
The new Pontiac offers 14 spec spectacular
tacular spectacular mode's in three series;
four Bonnevilles, three Star Ch efs
and leven in the new Catalina se series.
ries. series. Brilliant and durable Magic Magic-Mirror
Mirror Magic-Mirror acrylic lacquer paint fin finishes,
ishes, finishes, in'roduced by Pontiac as
standard on some models in 1956,
will be s andard on al1 modek
Overall height has been reduc reduced
ed reduced on all models and the lowest
a-e the two-door hardtop sport
csupes and convertibles at 54 n n-ches.
ches. n-ches. All models feature increas increased
ed increased roominess with seat wid'h up
to ten inches greater than the
average sofa.
Largail Trua Contour Brakes
Of g-eat importance among Pon Pontiac
tiac Pontiac s tafety improvements are
the brakes which have near v io
per cent more l'nin? ra an'n ta

per cent greater drum weight.

wun cooling flanges on the fron
d"um-. This, comb-ned with other
improvemens, result! in more po-

sitive braking and reduced fad
and brake wear.
Pontiac's "big family" trunk
capacity has been increased up to
6.8 cubic feet.
Outstanding among accessories
offered this year are new eleclrit
windshield wiper .d washer sys systems,
tems, systems, greatly impmved Hydra-Matte
transmission and. Wonder-Touch
iwer brakeband, Jqwer iteirihf,
a six-way power seat and a Sporu
able transitor radio with push but
ton control.

B'nai B'rith Ends ;
Regional Parley
Here With Banquel
The Order of B'rith, internatjoul
il Jewish fraternal organization,
i n. a s u lirst reg onal confer
ence of the Caribbean Surfday.
The Conference, beld in Panama
City, was attended by delegates
'-om Mexico, Costa Rica Venezue

la and Panama, representing B' B'-I
I B'-I nni B'ri h lodges In the Caribbean
area.
With Dr. Israel Drapkin of' tha
District Grand Lodge presiding
thp delegstes closed the Confer Conference
ence Conference at the Community Hall of
'he Kol Shearitti Israel Congrega Congregation
tion Congregation in Panama City ifr rtw
days of Ftudy of Jewish commu community
nity community problems and B'nai B'rith or organizational
ganizational organizational work.
Resolutions wert adopted to ba
bmrM to th suprrme lodge
of he B'nai B'ri'h in Washingtoa
D.C. for a definite plan for tha
development of Jewish youth or organization
ganization organization of procedures in orga organizational
nizational organizational work of the lodges. It
ws- also decided o holrt the next
regional conference in Mexico CU
ty in September, 1959.
A bnnue wan held at the TJ TJ-mon
mon TJ-mon Cub on Sunday night to mark
the rlninp a' h.

Speakers fr.r th v.n-nii j

B nai Bri h in Panama Ciy and

- iif npv oimuei t. rrmkel. new-
ly insld nrMn i Ik.

'y e,tablished Harry Krii Lodg

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CHICAGO Oct. 22 (U PI)- President E isenhower today prepared to try his new
lam-bang technique of attacking the Democrats on a nationwide radio and television
audience from the heart of the Midwest.
Republican contributors were so plea sed by Eisenhower's hard-punching speech
in Los Angeles earlier this week that they put up funds to finance a national radio
and TV hookup of his address at 8:30 p.m.
The Chief Executive arrived here late last night from San Francisco.
After catching up on his sleep and re st at the Sheraton-Blackstone hotel, he plan planned
ned planned a full day of political activity before climaxing his 5300-mile campaign swing
in the International Amphitheater tonight before an. audience of party workers.
Eisenhower's broadcast from Chicago originally was scheduled as a 15-state Mid Midwest
west Midwest regional affair. However, the reaction to his speech in Los Angeles, where he
called the Democrats "left-wing radicals" attempting to dominate tha country by
"demogogic excess" was quickly communic ated to the White House.

The National Citizens for Eisenhower-Nixon
1958 committee
notified the White House and
the Republican national com committee
mittee committee yesterday that t would
put up the money to carry the
President's remarks coast to
coast tonight over the combined
CBS radio and television net networks.
works. networks. Eisenhower demanded yes yesterday
terday yesterday that corrupt labor un unions
ions unions be "fumigated" by a new
Republican congress and ap appealed
pealed appealed to the nation's house housewives
wives housewives to help him drive down
the size of the Federal budget
as the best protection against
inflation.
In a speech to a rally of GOP
precinct workers, and In televi television
sion television panel questioning by a
croup of Republican women, Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower touched on virtually
every basic Issue before the
American body politic.
Among his opinions, some
stated in strong new language:
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A Democratic Congress scut-
t.lprf his nlftnn for labor lpcisla-

tion to curh union corruption.
-With energetic fervor, he
complained during his half-hour
on the air with a group of Re Republican
publican Republican women, that "we are
spending too much money" for
the Federal budget and "we've
absolutely got to get it down."
Replying to Democratic
criticism that the missile pro program
gram program was lagging behind Rus Russia
sia Russia because of administration
bungling, he said, "this pro program
gram program was completely ignored
in prior administrations," and
never as much as one million
dollars annually was spent on
missiles until the Republicans
came into power in 1953.
"The corruDtlon In some labor
unions, and their relationships
with management," he said,
"threaten a serious weakening
of those Industrial relations
which have become basic to our
national welfare.
"Where leadership has been
faithless in the .fiscal manage management
ment management of union affairs, these con conditions
ditions conditions must be fumigated this
corruption must be stopped," he
said.
As he had In his hard-hitting
speech In Los Angeles Monday
night, the President blamed the
Democratic-controlled Congress
for killlner the administration-
backed labor control bill and
substituting the Kennedy-Ives
measure an lnsiDid and wholly
unsatisfactory substitute."
He said there was a pressing
need for legislation to "enable
workers to free themselves of
their corrupt labor bosses who
have betrayed their trust.
"We need to elect Republicans
so we can move ahead needed
legislation In this area." Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower said.
Elsenhower's attack on cor corrupt
rupt corrupt labor union leadership
touched indirectly on the cause
of major breach In the ton Re Republican
publican Republican Party leadership in
California.
Gov. Goodwin J. Knight, can candidate
didate candidate for the Senate seat Wil William
liam William F. Knowland is vacating to
run for Knight's job, has the
support of organized labor and
has taken an outspoken stand a a-galnst
galnst a-galnst a "rlght-to-work" lnltia-
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Knowland, on the other hind
almost alone of California Re
publican candidates has cam campaigned
paigned campaigned vigorously for "right-to-work."
Knight has refused to endorse
Knowland. And public opinion
polls show the two top Republl
cans running behind their Dem
ocratic opponents.
The President did riot mention
the touchv "rlght-to-work" Issue
in his main address yesterday,
but in the televised panel dis
cussion he made it clear he was
taking a neutral position.
"I speak from a national vlew
point, and -not a state view
point," he said. He pointed out
that section 14-B of the Tan
Hartley Act leaves it up to the
states to "determine what they
want to do.'
"I have taken no stand so far
as the California legislation Is
conTned," he said. "But I be believe
lieve believe section 14-B should remain
the law."
The president said he will ask
Congress next January for new
legislation to safeguard union
funds and enable workers to
oust corrupt union leaders.
Sinqle Wage Talk
At Paraiso School
On Friday Njjgjif
Gordon M. Frick, executive e
cretary for the Canal. Zone-civi
lian personnel policies eoorainat-
ing board, will address Canal Zone
non-citizen workers of the Pana
ma Canal Co. at a meeting spon
sored by Local 900, AFSCME, A-
FL-CIO, on Friday at 7:30 p.m,
in the Paraiso High School. 1
All residents of Paraiso are In
vited to attend the meeting,
which will cover the single wage
Dlan scheduled to go into effect
in the near future for all Canal
Zone employes.
Frick has already addressed two
meetines soonsored by Local 900
and is also scheduled to speak
at Gamboa on Oct. 31
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OUTWARD TO THE STARS (23) New Age, of Exploration ; ; ; By Don Oakley ond Ralph Lorie 0 T

( 1 ) After an absence ojt nearly two years, the
Mars explorers return to a jubilant reception on
Earth. Just as Columbus' voyage across an un unknown
known unknown sea fired the imagination of Europe and
opened the great age of discovery on this world, so
the successful bridging of the 35-million-mile (at
minimum) gulf separating Earth and Mart will
usher in the greart age of exploration of other
worlds.
(2) These worlds, the planets that make up our
solar system, are depicted in roughly relative size.
i and order from the Sun: (a) Mercury, (b) Venus,
i (c) Earth, (d) Mars, (e) Jupiter, (f) Saturn, (g)
i Uranus, (h) Neptune and (i) Pluto.
I Generations will pass before man, driven by his
1 insatiable curiosity, ventures as close to the Sun as

HST Forecasts 'Biggest Democratic Landslide
Since FDR Drove Moneychangers from Tern
NEW CASTLE, Pa., Oct 22 (UPI) Former President Harry S. Truman 'predicted last night
the Nov. 4 elections will see the biggest Democratic landslide "since Franklin Roosevelt drove the

money-changers out of the temple In 1932."
In a speech at a Democratic rally here, Truman had a word

didates.
"We must not get Dewey-itis' or overconfidence," he said. "That's what the Republicans
bad in 1948 and we don't want it. We are counting on Pennsylvania to lead the nation to a
Democratic victory next month." r

The former Chief Executive saia ne was neuner a pollster nor a propnet. "But I can tell you
there is a Democratic tide running all across the country."
, "Everywhere, I have found the Democrats hard at work and enthusiastic. Everywhere, I have
found the Republicans gloomy and down in the dumps," he added.
"Unless I am badly mistaken, we are going to have the biggest Democratic landslide since
Franklin Roosevelt..." he said.

A magazine poll of 50 promi prominent
nent prominent Washington correspondents
showed today that they believe
the Democratls will substantial substantially
ly substantially increase their control of the
House and Senate In the Noy. 4
elections,
The survey, conducted by
Newsweek magazine, disclosed
that not one of the newsmen be believed
lieved believed the Republicans will gain
any seats In congress.
Averaging out their predic predic-ttonu
ttonu predic-ttonu thev forecast a Senate
line-up, in the net session of 58
Democrats and 40 BepuDiicans.
Alaska, which elects two sen senators
ators senators and one House member on
Nov. 25, was included In the
PThe 50 correspondents listed
four factors for the expected
nrimhrvatle sweep. Thev were:
The recession and related
"pocketbook" issues.
Dissatisfaction with White
House leadership.
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Uneasiness over Interna International
tional International developments.
"Disorganization" within the
Republican Party.
Newsweek said a majority of
the newsmen polled believed
the economy remained a live
issue, despite indications of a
business upturn. Many noted
the continued high unemploy unemployment
ment unemployment rate.
Newsweek said about one?third
of the newsmen noted a vague
"disillusionment" among voters
about President Eisenhower's
leadership.
On the other hand, a half dozr
en or sd said the President was
as popular as ever.
The magazine said only a
handful of the correspondents
Relieved the furor over former
presidential assistant Sherman
Adams and his acceptance of

Rotarians Seek
100 Attendance
At Lunch Session
At a meeting dedicated to the
observance of "World Fellowship
Week," Panama Rotarians this
week will have Deputy Foreign
Minister Mariano Oteiza as their
guest speaker.
Fr. lTL10";
In the Bella Vista Room of the El
Panama Hilton Hotel, Rotarians
are seeking a 100 per cent attend attendance.
ance. attendance. The club has accepted a
challenge from District Rotary
finv
Guillermo f ena zeiaya ot m
caragua to hold a meeting witn witn-out
out witn-out a single member being absent.
President John Mayles issued a
special appeal for each Rotarian to
make a special effort to be on
hand for the Thursday gathering.
' Carlos Arosemena, chairman of
the Club's International Relations
Committee, is in charge of this
week's special program which
will feature Oteiza as speaker and
as honor guest for the day along
with Dr. Louis Hosch, coordinator
for United Nations Technical As Assistance
sistance Assistance in Panama.
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little Mercury, or as far as the very limit of the
solar system, to lonely, frozen Pluto.
Before that, other Mars expeditions will seek to
set up permanent colonies on that planet. ;. ,
After that. Venus, called Earth's sister olanet.

will beckon. Investigating Venus will be a
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new nuvcfuuie, iui ever-present ciuuas masK lis
surface from our view. But here, as with Mars,
the quest for possible life will spur men on.
And just what are the rings: of Saturn composed
of? And what are its nine 4noqns like? Or the 12
of Jupiter, the five of Uranus and the two of Nep Neptune?
tune? Neptune? And the uncounted asteroids lying in a belt
between Mars and Jupiter? r
And will men ever reach the stars, seen behind
the naming solar disk? Or other galaxies, those

of caution for Democratic can
gifts from Boston manufacturer
Bernard Goldfine would play an
important part tn" the elections.
Meanwhile Sen. George A.
Smathers (D-Fla.) urged Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic National Chairman Paul
M. Butler to "cease firing" "on
the civil rights issue and con concentrate
centrate concentrate Instead on electing
Democrats in the voting a scant
two weeks away.
But Smathers, the chairman
of the Democratic senatorial
campaign committee, told a
news conference he could not go
along with some angry South Southerners
erners Southerners who-had demanded that
Butler resign, ,Ayi.r
The demands were prompt prompted
ed prompted by Butler's recent television
statement that Southern Dem- i
ocrats should either support a
strong civil rights plank in the
1960 platform or leave the par party.
ty. party. His remark stirred up an angry
gry angry defiance In the South.
Councilmen To Be
Elected tlov. 4
On Atlantic Side
The residents of Coco Solo and
France Field will go the the polls
on Nov. 4 to vote for 12 council
men to hold office for a period of
two years, and alternates for ..if a
' r;
Thp Civic Council consists of 24
councilmen. the ballot box will be
in the Service Center between
8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Listed be
low are the named appearing on
the ballot:
Evlyn W. Brandt, Henry Argue.
Charles G. Judge, Dr. W. M.
Snyder, Capt. Thomas W Gove,
George E. Lowery, George H. Eg
ger, Jr., Felix Karpinski, Mrs.
Cecilia T. Gove, Wesley Sparling,
Arthur Bernstein, Roger J. Rios,
Dennis Fernandez, Henry D. de
Voll, Douglas Smith, W., I., Hol
lowell, James Sterns, James;H.
Pfau, Capt. Walter A. Reinheimer,
Mrs. Marie French, Mrs. Gladys
B. Humphrey, Mrs. B. K. Levin
and Capt. Theodore E. Brown.
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star systems like the Milky Way, that stretch as hi
as we can see into infinity two billion light years?
, And, somewhere In this endless unrversewill w
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other world (if he ever does; but it Is certaiiv be 'f
will try), rocket travel will have transformed life
on Earth.; Cargo and mail first, then human pas.
sengers, will cross continents and oceans in. min minutes
utes minutes unless nuclear bombs are transported first'
This rocketport is a brief glance into a future we
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Teachers Hard To Find
For Segreg ated Schooli

LITTLE ROCK,; Ark., Oct 28
(UPI) Tenth and 11th graders
register and 12th graders get
their first lectures and homework
today in the Little Rock Private
School corporation's high school,
i where the finding of teachers has
become the biggest problem.
A Baptist school will have its
final day" of enrollment today.
W. C. Brashears, superintendent
of the orivate schools, said junior
students would enroll at 2:30 p.m.
today and sophomores would sign
up at the same time tomorrow,
Brashears said hi had "ho idea"
how many students to expect in
the two lower grades.
Brashears said he did not
know when classes., for the o o-phomorct
phomorct o-phomorct and juniors eould start
but hoped they could begin by
Nov, 1. That is the "point of no
return" affr which school offi officials
cials officials say mt eight weeks mits mits-eri
eri mits-eri so far can't be made up.
Gov. Orval Faubus ordered the
?c;Jools closed before the fall term
ooenine to prevent them from be
ing integrated. He blames the
Federal government for keeping
them closed.
Another private school system,
sponsored by the Ouachita Bap
tist, College of Arkadelphia, Ark.,
has enrolled 472 stuuents. Classes
in three Baptist churches start
next Monday. ..
' Dr. J. Wi Candy,1 principal, said
he expected about 25 more stu
dents at today's final enrollment
session. ...
Wiley Branton chief : lawyer
for the National 'Association for
the Advancement ? of Colored
People in Arkansas.' announced
that the NAACP wifl soon at attack
tack attack the private school plan in
tha courts.
"We'll wait a reasonable length
nf time for the Circuit Court of
Anneals to rule." he said,
The Eighth U.S. Circuit Court
of Appeals in St. Louis is expect expected
ed expected to hand down a ruling shortly
nn the NAACP 's petition for an
injunction tp ; keep the. public
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ne iui(. may ruie on tat con
stitutionality of the laws- undef
which Faubus closed-the' ch
to prevent, integration, when ft
rules on the Viniunctlon ntitim :
The scope of the ruling can't bi
determined until1 it is handed
down, however, so the NAACP
doesn't, in the meantime, know
exactly what to do.
The-NAACP is expected to" de
ftiahd in Federal court either ihai
FJubus open the public schools
which -had now been tlosed for;
more than seven weeks, or admit
Negro students;, io the private
school.
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