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Totter isent -word
e 'any personal statement to make
o recent : actions una aiscussions
nf th- Turchasinr policies of the
rial Company ef which he Is Pres-
' Heights spokesman for the Gov Gov-.:
.: Gov-.: however.,- Ahat Potter ""remains
Itt the '. specific economieadvant?
seel-,' with the- Chamber of Com-
hey realized." '
that "the Canal continues to stand
evelop, v jointly with
areas of local purchases."
urned to duty today after a week's
t to ? the v United states. He was
dl ly r.t Col- B. D
nL Construction Director ior me
' ) I
iedUrlaat ..night in
bri he had been re-
om.iL' heart opera-
rtelly.; came sud-sa--vear-old
ilohiitted to surgery
arid had been ap
ex, recovering, s
ian, wno was, corn
IcJhana was a vev
i,warj 1,'is survtvea
Cirille- 1 Ernestine,
lr-iri-la, Mr. Adele
in hbth- business
ivjties1'rie. is a past
the -Panama- ROtarJ
as. treasurer 01 ine
j-rlth chapter up" to
Wla 'death and'ehair-JSO-JWB
tan's remains will "be
the States and nls
-it hack: to the Isth Isth-ial
ial Isth-ial -services here are
he -announced laser..
1 Zone tJnitpd fund
weekend, with $64,768
the drive., went into
returns from-all or or-totaled
totaled or-totaled 81.8 percent
Eoal In ; cash and
h at Ions; ;. i tabulated
F un cV 3.; scomP irouer
ling all ifovernnieht
roups, trie ; rnama
-ipstny Canal Zone ;;'
kt- reported x $4T.77
hsetit of their, agent
kr 857.900.. ' .-
slued; militarv return
sr stood ,at 5369..Tms
:to rise sharply after'
1 manajrerit .01. :ine
". and Air Force were
hat the slow start .on
v Tetiirnsi exnectea
the difference-in pay
terk'the canal orRam-
the military services,
tronly reversed "aft
trid the tree services
kly rnsKe their ; com
i or WD.Vit
to "Climb as. the com com-rted
rted com-rted a return f $11..
IB.. It to 48.8 percent
P. C. PURCHASING POLICY ROY
today that he
' The Governor visited the west coast and
attended a general meeting of the Pacific A
merican Steamship Association in San Fran.
ciscoJ He has held similar conferences with
; steamship executives of the west coast on
previous occasions. t
Before leaving Panama he addressed the
: Chamber of Commerce outilninf sale possl-'
r -. I
His talk set off a storm of discussion and-.
.press comment.'" !.'' ,)..'',' -,
Last week the National Assembly met and,
passed a. resolution in support of the Pana-.
mi government's stand on the interpreta-
tion of several articles of the Memorandum of
'Understanding of 1955 on which Panama and
the United States have exchanged notes ex- 1
pressing different Interpretations.
Brown,, Jrn Env
Notes By: Judge Deming Cdp
SdntctiCruz Bop-Bop Concert
mid-afternoon rehearsal of the Cay Croohen at
Santa Cruz Clubhouse came to an abrupt and discordant
end Saturday when aspersions exchanged with a rival
entertainer 'Screaming Johnny" Lewis "turned, the
plice into a messTof broken glasi and Overturned furniture.
V i. What Bapperjed was far from clear InBalbOa Magis Magistrates
trates Magistrates Court today when Lewis, who is also known as
"Soldier Johnny'' told his story against that of the Croon Croon-.t
.t Croon-.t ta.i ParoefnrH fiitteti J unci other witnesses.
1 liewls, who carries i a Jf, be behind
hind behind his name," is Gittens is
25. Both are. Panamahians,,
Lewis appeared, with a part:
, ly shaved head taped with ad adhesive
hesive adhesive and with his right wrist
wrapped in 4 heavy bandage,
! jle had bled seriously from a
severed artery.-' .". -f .'
XlV.poth, tHje crooners and,'-paU
ana uance tuiiu
"uent performers at Latift Amer
ican CIUDnouses. uu u w
Lewis said h?- also once worKed
at Maxims ro Panama;. t
The court was told that rival rivalry
ry rivalry between the entertainers had
caused an exchange of remarks
as far back as September1. There
were peculations'" about "w$o
was 'falling," and who'd "ft
mashed up;- 1 1
' After some more of this on
Raturdavj. Gittens alleged!.
.threatened Screaming Johnrtf
with a pencil yes, a pen.
rim court was told luewls n
,,aohnny-, maybe ,ln the stonj-
tr,o vftttip flew "t least oiae
chair was raised and ."brought
nonniA fAlt on'the.flOor in
the Klassware.. Each" defendant
said, he was scared to deatn ox
whst the. other might .do., ';
- Gittens, and one pther witness
told.the court Lewis pulled km,
but this was never found.
,'By;the .time Canal Zone Tolice
iMr fiiim'wifined, hv- the : ffianace-
ment, Lewis ,was running out pf
the place.-He left two big pools Of
blood on the dispensary steps be before
fore before the Weeding was stopoed.- At
Gorgas he 'required conslderahie
. Judge John ueming sam doui
'-'Goes Over Hump;
of the Sjecjlal 'f Gifts, quota;! Of
j''The-;re?ult :f.;thi itirat! two
weeks of ; the' drive indicate the
excellent progress that has made
so far toward achieving a shot
campaign,"; ptuup X(. steers, Jr,
campaign chairman said today,.
ivWe have :?been"atffiins for ya
three or lourtweek f drivel he
said, "and if returns keep mov
ing along, '. we should be able to
meet our goal in'thftt tinie.j V
events, inc:udint a night-long
telethon hW; overt? fFN-TY
vend yartM Nov. 1, wer 'ibeln
':p)anne lit support ot the fond
S CFN's staff and Ivolunteers s
mong, the local vresirlentS '; are
nreoaring for the telethon which
will start at 5:Sn ,rj.m: next SflU
urday atid will vbe packed with
fine en ter alnra ent s'mllat! "to
the, United Fund, telethon last
veaV. prtle Wtclub throughofflt
: lli L. ''ti., .rlk.
X Other events this week wilt be
a" comedy wrestMn end yriet.v
show1;' th t will he heM ; at i fj;
CleKn f"fum, Werjnegrjay
and the Balboa Ptadiunt'Thurs Ptadiunt'Thurs-6t.
6t. Ptadiunt'Thurs-6t. Next week the same -show
will b he'd at the Ft, v Davl
were surely N guilty of the charge
' disturbing the peace, and that
they should both go to jail.
However, hi the end he us us-"
" us-" pended the 10-day jail sentences
meted tiut along, with $1S fines.
The young men were told that
If there was the slightest whiff
jot any j more fighting, to iall
jjoin ,wcreioia lo-report lo wt
Court's Probation Officer, with a
promise that under; certain con
ditions, he might lift the period of
prooauon at a time earlier than
the ontf-vear specifiedt '1 j
Two Americans who whooped
it up over the weekend and then
crawled behind the wheels of
cars faced ..justice ,in. Balboa
Magistrate's Court today. 1
. Alexander Alport Berger, 54,
pleaded guilty to driving while
intoxicated at 11:40 PJH. Friday
night, The offense occurred, on
Curundu Road... He ,was fined
Airman Juan Longorla. Vila,
24, was arrested after he had
caused an accident' on Bruja
Road at 2:35,' a.m. yesterday
. He was not "only. fined $100 but
wag given an additional M-day
sentence,; suspended on the con condition,
dition, condition, that he pay for the dam damages
ages damages eatised iri the accident and
be Involved in no offense con connected
nected connected .with alcohol during the
next yea. t;J j vJt
Bomb, Experts, Get
Large Charge From
Rummage Sale Item
KEHMPTON, England 5(UPl)
w Housewife ? lilrs: Don .iHmU
picked twi objects out of heap
at rummage saie aere Saturday
and fingered them curiously; r. c
-i mougnt tney ; were some jkind
of puizle,'?V i Mrs. V Heale d said.
"There seemed to be some sort
of. Biff loekih in- nlare
of handle." : '-!,t; k wi--;i 1
and -.When vthe 'puKle', didn't
seeWiite work,-any Wher jvay she
pui oown xne .ODjecis.. '.
Police and army experts-Idea
tified ; the objects esV Whrld-' War
hand grenades. till loaded and
jf'BEDLINGTON.V fenglaiid; (UPI)
a v.",",i t,of eeauneion were
scandalized yesterday because a 14
"fuft oy s nicked the purple
prosed t American novel "Peyton
rice. ... s- nis.. scnoinrsmp prize,
The boy, Kenneth Dixon a stu
y'-' ;fti.I(1Uitonik Grammar
School,, was. taken with other win
ner t local, book shop where
each.'upit was allowed to select
When word of .Kenneth' choice
i.ev- ot"!. Northumberland Coun.
tr librarian ; Ruth Baker sai
nk it in, very unsuitable book
tar va bow of that see.' It is sr
urili,b'K-ind ,4Vis- avful sexy.
xne isiirrr.rs, nraa s master' r
fused cemment pending a study
HOOF DAMAGED The bow
several feet awaySfrom Dock-19. where the roof was crushed after the freighter rammed the
Panama Canal boarding launch Emerald while 1 being towed 'into the dock yesterday. The
fender prevented further damage to the dock, but damage to- .the launch is expected to ex exceed
ceed exceed $30,0Q0.v H .:' ,v 1 .'-. .. U i
I ' i """"'I I
j iH i -
The official :'bauots have been
received from the printer ior
the-PaclliC" wvw couatit.
The- ballot. in four pastel
shades. '-contain all the imoroa
tinn ne?cssarv for the puhiic
wha'wlll vote for the;t town
counoilmen on Nov 4i election
day, -r ., i -4 li v
Voting will be, from,. 8 -, to ,5
The ballot for each town; has
Its distinctive color: green for
Los Rios: 'Vellow for Ancon-
Balboa Heights; pink for Diablo
Heights;; ana Diueior, caiooa.
The voters of each town will,
of course, use the ballot lor his
town. h-f : 1 ''
There will be twelve polling
places and it is not necessary
that the voter "vote in 'the
town where he lives, but it 4n
necessary that he use vibe
halint nrenared far that town.
Each polling place will have
an ample supply of, ballots for
eachof the four towns. ,
The three candidates receiv
ing the largest number of votes
will be declared elected fof two two-year
year two-year terms, ? while the & -..three
candidates & receiving the next
lareest number.'-will be declared
elected' as one-year:; alternates;
V'Eactt town,.jtnereiore,i wiuf oe
represented . onthe C'oujtcili in
the J next year,vby three inam
elected members.' and threeal-
.xne cancuaates ror councii-
Ancon-Balboa Heights: Georae
Fears, Roger C. Hackett, Daniel
Hirschl, Leo fc Krzlza; Walter
Llndsay H, J$Pettingi,; Hugh
,'i .Turner ano- Mei waiKer;.
Balboa : John c: Adams, Tvu-
liam j Bennyfc Mary, Brigham,
Fred Denton, Joseph- s fcbdon,
Dorothy -Hannigan, John -,W.
Hare,s; irsA Patricia' Lef arun,
Rufus V; Lovelady,' Mrs.. William
Mallory. Mel Millard, Uayd
Murphy, ( Richard r R, '("Dick")
power, Max scnocn, Ronald l.
("Rdn"l Seeley; J. Robert Smith,
Mrs.; James Trimble -and Russell
v Diablo HelrhtsJ Richard Ches-
Son, ,Katherlne Clark, W. E. ol-
clasure,. Jtichard Daniel.' A. C,
' Paynej' James Yates.;. tfL
fcos iviosr w."iaoes, am.
Bouche, Jr., Richard Conover.
Mrs. Mariorle B. Evans. Edward
Lucas, Robert Medinger,' Charles
Staples, E. B. ("Bill")- Verner.
of the freighter 'Transamerlcan
f. Damages to the Panama ca-.
nai s Doaraing' launcn jumeraia
will run possibly in excess of $30.-
000, .it was revealed at Baiboa
Heights today. f
The Emerald was all but sliced
In two yesterday when the bow
of the incoming SS Transamer--lcan
rammed, into Balboa Dock
19, m i
Nobody was' aboard the Emer Emerald
ald Emerald at the time, but quick-acting
pier employes tied heavy cables
to 'he, bow and stern to prevent
her sinking out of sight. ..
The Emerald was soon awash,
however, and her hull is expectr
ed to be a total loss. ;
Falls Down Bank,
f David Elias Barnett, 32, of the
Panamanian- Secret Police,. was
painfully injured yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon while hunting on the
Curundu Military .Reservation
behind Ft. Clayton. J
Barnett had both a shotgunJ
permit and hunting permit.
The 'accident occurred when
he -fell down a small embank
merit and both barrels- of his
shoteun were discharged, Buck
shot entered his finger, forearm
and leg.1 ,2?H'
As n result of the ushootlh,
doctors at Gorgas Hospital Jater
had to amputate part of Jhl firi firi-gen
gen firi-gen Two shots were, removed
f rrmvhia knee., 1 : ,.-Vv7.,4
-After -the accident, Barnett
made his way to Clayton and
from there- was transferred to
Lfinl lBid Ente
1 tl'SfZZ It- CI-..AAI.1
-.Hid for the reDlacement of the
electrical distribution ? system rat
Pier 18 ,at Balboa and,, for the
pave Street. in;l Margarita ; were
opened at Balboa Heignts,fr rway,
b,y ,E. M.iBiowder, assistant; Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal engineering ana cons
truction director,,?'! '
VIn ciose biddiha for the replace
ment of the electrical system at
Pier, 18, :W. Ai Rogers entered an
acnarent low base bid of $69,401.70.
. This work consists, in general,
of performing all work in connec connection
tion connection with new primary feeders,
switcheear, power and lighting
receptables, platform and,.- cat-
I 'Isthmian Constructors: Inc. with
a: bid of (8,184 was1 the only bid.
ner for the widening nd resurfac
' ft J 3 I I
can be seen In the foreground
. Ita. -f
Todayvthe craft's engine and
small fittings were salvaged.
The damage to Pier 19 was
not extensive, as the concrete
fenders prevented its being
crusned by the bow of the 441
n. xransamencan. However, a
portion of the roof was damag
The big ship was being assist
ed to Pier 18 by two tugs, at the
time she gained too much head
way. and rammed the pier.
' A board of Investigation met
today but reached no conclusion
as to the cause of the accidents
Capt, Patrick Ridge was the
Canal pilot' aboard the ship.
For Even-Day Fire
TAIPEI! 'Formes: Oct. 27
(UPI) The .Chinese Communists
continued their bombarment' of
the Quemoy Islands today as the
Nationalists accused the Reds of
breaking their word on the new
alternate-day bombardment plan;
The Communists' sprayed the Is
lands with -shells throughout most
of yesterday, an even date of the
Communist China's defense mi
nister' Marshal Peng Teh-Hauai,
said Saturday night the Reds would
shell Quemoy 's beaches and air-
fielsa t onjy ,. on even numbered
days., Today, being' on odd day,
held no promise for, respite from
'r -if, it ,': :- .,
Dr. George Yen, Nationaist Chi-
na's ambassador to ; the .,. United
States;, said his government has
not renounced unconditionally the
use of force to return to the Com
Yeh told newsmen as he depart
ed for Washington ,"it is absolute absolutely"
ly" absolutely" wrong to say that we renounc
ed! the use of force in liberating
our fellow countrymen on the
mainland." t t
7t. i I Vff.Y
VATICAN CITY. Oct. 21
, Cardinals failed for the second straight day, today to. elect
f, a hew Pop as successor to the late Pope Plus XII.
!, Black smoke emerging from the special chimney atop the
Sistine Chapel signalled that the cardinals had failed to agree
on a new Pontiff after eight ballots in two daysj y
.Wv.,Th fact that the vote had gone. to eight ballots appear
; ed to Indicate that the cardinals were deeply divided on the
church's immediate needs. ; '. :
fcr This division seemed to be over whether to choose a poll-
ticni n a. iMt.nral none: althourh tin: on could ha curtain
ainee all thr proceedings -inside the Slstina Chapel are held:
under pain of excommmucauon.
Work In Cristbfel
For Second DaiS
c;. No, Panama Canal stevedores have been dismissed
fpr(failing to report fr duty; but the Panama Canal Com-
pany today issued a second warning to dockers employed' ';
by the .Terminal. Division that they face such action; if,
they continue to absent themselves.- ---,
,.Balboa docks had full gands today, and all sh ids in V
port were being worked.
' But on the Atlantic Side
stevedores failed to show. The Terminals Division her?
could have Used about five more gangs of 13 mer(each.
' About seven ships were delayed yesterday, some of
them as much as 24 hours. There Will be' some 'further
delay fo vessels today because of the stevedore shortage."
. Today those 718 stevedores formerly on'a "wheii
actually employed" (WAE) status who have been reclas-
sif ied a& regular employes .to permit them to' come under
Ciyil Service retirement and leave provision! received in individual
dividual individual notices of their reclassificoton.
". T'onsportaton and Terminahcivision officials went
personally to Cristobal piers thismorning, to explain the
notices and the warning; thev.ere due on Balboa oiers V
this afternoon. .
point ot answering the "dockers
.v vw.v... v
questions in an attempt to make
sure the men understand what
the- new regulations are and
what they mean to them.
It was explained at Balboa
. Heights today that those men
who remain on the WAE basis
will be in the same status as
United States citizen employes
WHO WOTK ior vne ni
or other Federal agencies on
a part-time basis;
Most of the Americans in this
status here are school teachers.
There are also some Health De Department
partment Department employes. They are
not covered' by the retirement
provisions and do not accumu-
One Grace Line ship and one
United Fruit vessel were among
the seven ships delayed and lett
unfinished yesterday; Two snips
on the Atlantic Side were work worked
ed worked and cleared with skeleton
gangs,vand one on the; Pacific
Ship agents said today that
the cost of a day s delay
varies widely with the size
and kind of ship, and the
character of the cargo, in
any instance it comes to sev several
eral several thousand dollars.
Today's warning, signed by
B. I. Sverson, Transportation
and Terminals Director, read as
"1. During tha past three.
days some employes of the Ter Terminals
minals Terminals Division have refused to
report for duty when called or
have refused to perform work
beyond a regular eight hour
-,,"2. The situation 'apparently
has arisen as a result of. coin coin-plaints
plaints coin-plaints over .change in ; work
week Umin ana overifma regu
lations required to implement
the Civil Service -Retirement
Act Coverage recently granted
under Treatycommitments with
the Republic of Panama. As has
been explained to you by the
Personnel Director in a separate
memorandum the same condi conditions
tions conditions of employments :are, being
established In the 'Terminals
Division as apply to 'other Pan
ama Canal Company employes'
J 1 H.
. "Those employes under rc-'
tlrement will continue to eatn
. annual .leave, and will receive
? overtime after 40 hours are
No Newi Pope
(UPI) The Sacred College of
a considerable number of
4'VV , 1 -v'-i,
,f.vu III. m TVI'IK WCCIi. UHr,
limn win dc paia ior an nours v
worked over 40 hours. Those
employes not receiving retire
ment benefits will be timed'
in the same way as for tha
"3. All employes of the Unit,
ed States Government are re
quired, to conform to conditions
of .employment established by
laws or regulations and an em"
ployment Implies acceptance 'of
regulations in" order to. hold a
job. r r
"4. Accordln g 1 y, you are
hereby warned that any' em
ploye falling to. report for duty
when, ordered to do so or re refusing
fusing refusing to perform his, assigned
work within or after a shift
will be subject to immedlaU ;
disciplinary action t including
dismissal if the circumstances t
"Dismissal will not only In- "V,
volve lost of job and related''
benefits such as retirement,
leave, hospitalization, etc.,. but"
will require the debarment of
the dismissed- employe from C
future ; Canal Zone -and UJS.
"S. in your, own interest.1."
urge that you consider careiuliy v
the possible consequences of
any act which could jeopardize
your future employment rights"
and make necessary your' re
placement by new : employes; JL
Rather I suggest you determine
the nature of your problema
and present s them ither
through chosen representativea
or mrougn your union and la -the
meantime conform, ta'nor ta'nor-mal
mal ta'nor-mal labor practice in contlnu
mgjtomeet the job require- C
ments Uendlngr submission of
"6, Panama Canal Compa Company
ny Company policy recognises the right '-of
of '-of employes to submit com
plaints or grievances through
regular supervisory channels,
These may be submitted
.either by individual employes
' or by -groups of employes or
labor unions. ,
"If the chances renuirfirf' t v
implement the retirement pro- ''
visions have caused complaints
or grievances thev should h
submitted -in the normal man-
ner. The -Canal Administration
is ready to consider Questions.
properly submitted." ,U
Papa' Cabor Meets
- VIENNA (UPI)iTwo' of the
famed GaborV sisters Ev anri
Magda were reunited here yes
teroay with their 74-yarold fath.
r Vilmos, who came out of Hun
gary to see his family for the
first time in 14 years. ,
The two Hungarian-born women
flew'1 here from New York and
then drove to Vienna's Hotel
Sacher to meet their father. He
had arrived here from Budapest
two days ago with permission te
remkmjDutside Hungary for eigat
, days. .,,.;
'i'"' WVWNt. ef fi,fc-;t, i-w ;.Malcolhi Wheelaij;, in o h Isrsrit street.-;- secret und
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MONDAY, OCT .1 27, 13:
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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POTTER S SPEECH
i k r A a I ks
i i n P JY1MI
r. i There are still some sector of oUr iUe to whlrtx; public opm
1 ion couiiu. it uugbi uoVcoilu. wltn secievkry ot Ute-joon
f oster uuiiej, nor wim.,v:c-pic!)iui.uv.iiuiu wii
no know tne price oi everyvnin na uue oi jwuil,
5 Nor misrht it count with tnkny "al Panama's, political, lead
irs. These men come and go, leaving the situation lust as jthejr
, found it the poor remain poor, ana the ; rich TCmanv ncn ne
th. iuvr lrnt In a at.At Inf IcrlfiranCB. s t
It is not wrong to be rich' Wt the monopolists .Xdespite
(heir craven fear of competition, which, would' PUt them in a
' bad lleht) tret richer u tney can. cut lei mem awo uuncrsw-uu
that they have an obligation to, their countrymen who by their
sibor or oy tneir purcnases nave maae puswoic mis vhuii.
jtlli further ricnes.
Then worWne neoDle are eoual in the eyes of God and the
tmstitution with Jhe monopolists. They cry out for a chance
i hAttr themselves and their chUdren. -VPanama is growing,
and more foreign capital is being invested here. The wording
Aian Is as entitled as First Citizen President de la Guardla or
i.AAt citizen Nifto M1116n to share in this increased national
j This is iny adopted country. My" family is Chlrlcano. My
ion is a Panamanian citizen. I have hopes that my son will
Some day become a politician who, while revealing all the truth
to all the people, will lead the working people of Panama to
tome of the new weann wnicn presenuy me private piay
ihing of the old monopolists.
I'm afraid Panama is a spoiled child in the family of na
tlons. Canal Zone Gov. William E. Poster's speech to the Pan.
ma rhamher of Commerce contained many suggestions where'
Sy manly work on the part of Panamanian's could yield them
I manly income from products old to the quality-conscious
tanal Zone. A
' But Panama, which expects the Canal Zone to protect its
Industries like children, rather than respect them as men, fell
to crying like a child. Businessman Potter was sincerely trying
to give some- buying-and-selling business pointers to Panaman Panamanian
ian Panamanian businessmen. The .basic rules of world; business procedures
are not, happily enough, based on nor governed by any treaty
petween Panama ana me ux. .w ru awo w yj
iell all the same., ' $ i-
j Potter was neither condemning nb)r cri.Wcizjing Panamanian
pusiness practices. As a man surely will-fitted to dp to? i .waa
indicating what the Zone would like -to ouy, ana gmng rn rn-manlan
manlan rn-manlan businessmen a chance V understand and cater for the
But there are certain powers in Panamanian politics which
io resent criticism, actual or imagined, that they would rather
Wngle over a treaty point than hpnpv. a, demonstration of
neighborly conduct Mimed at creatirlgorej ajid btttetjliald
Jobs for the iorgotien man or ranamg meuoincrBea uuc
MAN OF THE YEAR
. ml. 4 r A 1. -t- 4-U 1.4 A l il V
lot year moo is inuic man twuyiuiiuo,; "'c no
tiot brought enough crises to the world, man is now tfyifigno
reach the moon, where I suppose mere are a wnoie 101 more.
1 Who's Panama's Man of the Year for 1958? My own choice
is President Ernesto de la JGuardia JTrv up. tojhis writing, I
cannot see any rival fof him, and the student: used their
common sense he'd get their vote, too; From the mature way in
which Don Ernestito handled the students who-iwinted to run
Wild one pan perceive that he remembers hk own student days,
ind how easily youth can be influenced by ftiaainaviauais
fitrharlnrr fViair tflfVl Aims
- ,Ttf otein Panaifta you. h,ave to be 21 or over, and to hold
such offices as Deputy .you have to fee SS or dyerT" yet thee
Teenage .students in defiance of the Constitution which sets
Ihese electoral age limits want to run" the country. v
Without naming names, Panama has had presidents in the
past who, if they had had the support of the National Guard
and the V.B: Government as Ernestito did through the recent
student troubles, would have invaded the schools where the stu students
dents students were holding out, and not giyenVariy regard to the Inev Inevitably
itably Inevitably bloody cbnsequences. -v
I won't say our government handled the situation perfect perfectly,
ly, perfectly, but it handled it in a masterly manner compared to what
could have been expected of many of our previous Administra Administrations.
For my own part, I feel that once the students quit the
National Institute in May and moved--over to the University,
the government should have got them 'out of its hair by hand handing
ing handing over the job of feeding and clothing them to the Red Cross,
the merchants, and. the" parents.
t Despite Ernestito'f efforts. I wouldn't say the education sit situation
uation situation is getting too much better. I know a few little ones down
here who I would like to see on a Slow Boat to China. The
teachers won't teach them, and the Parents won't spend the
money necessary to help-them learn. -The teachers say the kids
tnust get books and magazines with pictures In them, to cut
but and paste. The kids see you with a catalogue and ask you
Jfcr it. You tell them you need it. 86 what? When your back is
turned they make off with it. Seems the first thing they learn
jln school today is to steal; And if they can't ateal the book from
you( then they mess up your home with rocks or rubbish such
las banana skins and orange peel.
f I feel the President has fulfilled his part of the agreement
Jwlth the students by sending ; bill to the Assembly. The Dep Deputies
uties Deputies don't owe the students a thing, but t hope they realize no
'government can maintain the respect of thtf;.adult electorate
jif it knuckles under to a bunch of rowdy Teenagers.
( I believe Articles 1 and 3 of the, bill the president has sent
.'to the Assembly wou'd set back the progress of our republic for
,f25 years. It would have every future candidate for president
promising the top jobs in the National Guard to various ambl ambl-'tious
'tious ambl-'tious Individuals In return for a promise of their support, and
II can't see anything put a lot of blood spilling coming outof
jrival promises on this level. V--
bill are 100 percent sound.
Ginger Know All
Sir: .; ;
The stevedores strike is enlightening. But I should like to
fnow what is behind It?
Here we have a eroun of temoorarv workers who has been
eomplaining for years that they lacked the leave privileges of
jnosi omer workers wun xeaerai agencies on the- canal zone.
Khen the question of coverage under the Civil Service Retlre Retlre-ent
ent Retlre-ent Act came up. they let.lt be known thev wanted tn hA
I So the Canal turns in to make' It possible for a bit over half I
lo come under theses valuable pttveleges. This will cost the Ca-!
ral many thousands f dollars. Moreover' dt's a comnllance with
lUa ..1.1. A 1 A I i. .
iwic ucavjr m wnicn m mo aaiq iu woyio. arrange- to nave as
snany as possible of the Panamanian employes brought under
Retirement. To accomplish- this, the Canal has to make some
.mdjustment In overtime practices.
I 8 what happens? Without more ado, and entirely forget forget-Iful
Iful forget-Iful of the no-strike pledge they, have figned, these worker Just
jwalk off the Job. ..
j who organized this strike to delay world commerce? Not
Kht union since they eonseled agalnst'lt. ; 0
- The move to put many, "when actually employed" wotkers
mn leave and retirempnt coverage was a whppplng gain for these
' All over the world, stevedores are on a WAE basis, becaus
.nobody knows when the ships will arrive. These men were get getting
ting getting sojn security. They don't seem very responsible workers to
-i ; t ...; ,.'.vv,v;- : .r......wT.(.fih. (. ..u..
-i v;'ii : v Curious '..
By VICTOR RliSEL V -''5
(Na "rtiidnt before has ovtr-.
ch..noK( tht Ubor rockotoors.
Nor hot sny otctftivo ovtr
tpotcoii a ountly of labor
busot This column it tho first
ot two givmf tho untold' back back-ground
ground back-ground story of Pros, I wnhow-
or t doclsion to pononolly tack-
.le the vist corruption.)
There is one campaign which
won't end lor the President of the
U.S. after Election Day. It is a
campaign which Dwight D. Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower has chosen, more in
r uian in sorrow, for himself.
Already in some circles it is being
re.rrre i to as "Operation Fumi-
gaUon." This will be-thelPresi
uerit's personal dnve against the
political power of t corrupt union
Behind the Chief Executivo'r tin
leashed anger against labor racke
teering in San Francisco the other
n? is the untold story of Jiis jaw jaw-dropping
dropping jaw-dropping study of themobs and
w rent,. I influente in nolitics
of all labor, Detiils of his constant
interest in the brutal and arroeant
racxeis come irom uiumoeacnabid
and throughly know) e d g e b 1 e
sources close to tne President
since he took, office jn53.
Anger in him over the increase
ing power of the h-jods'over the
law and will of the people was
held in check until he had the
platform be thought would be the
most effective stage from which
to challenge it personally.
it was Presidont I sonhowor
htmtolf who docided to mako tho
antl-rAckotoorinf spooch In San
Francisco." It was ho and not
his word merchants who de decided
cided decided to use tht; term "fumigat "fumigated."
ed." "fumigated." Mr. Eisenhower thinks that
the rockets literally st nk and
if it sounds uncouth to tne that
word in rtportlnf events within
the rarified atmosphere of White
House Inner sanctums, it Is none
tholest true that ho has used the
noisome phrase h'maolf.
This speech was not just a not
holier stewed up for the campagin
Those who know how the Presi
dent prepares a talk, know it
couldn't be. He works on each ad
dress personally right up to the
moment of melivery. Even then
I've seen him brek away from
the notes on the cards before him
and lash out at a particular thing
which angered him or which he
had forgotten to include despite
six weeks of preparation for a
This occurred when; ko deliver
ed bis last StaW of the bunion
message. It had been mimeo
graphed. It was distributed. The
wire services said hold for re
lease," etc.,, after the texts were
on 2,000 news desks. The Presi President
dent President went'un to dress for his ap appear
pear appear ancei before Congress.. In his
own bedroom, he hacked at his
copy of the text. He then drove,
almost to hysteria, the men who
had worked on it. '--'fii i
For when he did deliver the talk
to the Congress and assembled di.
pldmatic representatives, Mr. Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower i n s;y t e d new para paragraphs
graphs paragraphs and ideas be had discussed
wih no one.
It was in that tradition that he
worked on his blast at the labor
rackets unprecedented in White
House history. No other President
has challenged American labor
lean iM corrupt in such a front
Th's was not a declaration of
war on trade unionism. ,. That
winuM have been inconsistent with
Mr. Eisenhower's Tecord of an an-noinment
noinment an-noinment to the cabinet, to UN
delegations and to diplomatics mis
sions, as welt as his own legisla legislative
tive legislative proposals.
Tho President has said priva
tely many times' In re cent.
months that what he will war
on win at mo political power
of tho mobs work no through
corrupt unioniv He believes that
he has seen evidence of great
and increasing pellteal influ
ence of all uttens. Therefore, ho
reasons, this means that tho
tftriunt AutfitA have also in
creased their pel'tleal strength.
The President believes t n a t
mvh of this nolticsl;" power
prlngs from ..the ability of the
corrupt, unions to use unlimited
funds in campaigns. .However, ne
does not see, this as tne lone abuse.
President Eisenhower r in many
private conversations hive expres
sed anger over the absolute fail failure,
ure, failure, of any force to. control the
treatment of union tunas Dy cor corrupt
rupt corrupt officials as their, own, There Therefore,
fore, Therefore, he has said, there is nothing
to : nrvent r nrriint" lin'On Chief
from using' hundreds' of thousands
of dollari to neip nimseu, even io
Injury of tne tmion ne comrois.
The wora tne rresiaem nas ui-
ed again and. again is that he is
"diMurted" with that he believes
is an obvious' concentration of
power that of itself is out oi nana.
That a wny one or ir. aiaennow-
i' tnnt lniDoriani ptoipcis
during his final two years in omce
WIU Pe uperauon nimguy"
QUEEN SHOOTS DIIR
filNOON fUPIV-J-Viaittog West
Ce-mn President Theodor Heuss
will dine ion'ght mi venlMi from
stags shot bv Queen EitzaDetn
hrlf. a British newsbaoer re
ported yesterday. The ."Empire
News" reported nai jne. wueen
shot six stags during her recent
Scott'sh holiday at Balmoral Cas Castle
tle Castle and had them brought baek
to London. It said the royal shoot
was part of an annua)1 process
of weeding out ISO animals of the
herd to keep up the breed aad
conserve the : grazing lands;
BIG CITY HEARTBEAT
'Celebs About Town: Mr. and
Mrs. Al e iedith Willson (he
wrote 'tXhe. Music Ttan,tl a
smash) being chased by the.
fireman on duty when they
tried to sit on the stairs in the
packed house. .F. Sinatra and
teter tawf ord toy-shopping
Halite In Schwarti's at 58th
and 5th. ..Eleanor Roosevelt
AntorrmDhint an album lor a
little Chinese girl in "mWtB
Rosalind Russell, fluttering
Auntie Mame across 5th Ave-
i nue trying to beat, the light. .
Sammy aye iisicn.ii
of his recorumgs ouisius
platter place on Madison Aye
nue. .Fred AstahVs bnce-fa
mous sister Adele, telling En
voy friends she's a farm gin
now, living in Middleburg, Vai
,.;AMed Drake, the iUr,
catching the Blue Angel start,
(Nichols and May) for the
.time... Abbe Lane iwrs. a,
Cugat) s Italy -bound to make
another fUm. Nearly all of her
wage, she reports, going to
Uncle Sam's money-mad tax-collectors.
dressing room". ."Thtt
must go on! .rve got
money m itt"
. ihow swltchboaid operator for
Sallies In Our Alley; Backstage
at "Suzle Wong" (the show s en enjoying
joying enjoying a great advance-sale) one
of the orlentertainers sighed.
"Oh, well, the critics don't sell
tickets, anyway". .To which an an-trtbet
trtbet an-trtbet Punch-lined: 'They don t
buy 'em,-either!".. .In Llndy s
some of ttie;;! Kalpur Set were
talking shoptortarit ..knock
this weather," said ope ."Well,
intoned anotherrWt.; get,
round to something. Jwg can!
Help, Police, Murder!: The
news photographers, reporters
and other staffers gather at a
Broadway corner tin the 80s)
nd wait for the Police Action. .
They were complalni"" about
How Dull Thinfs hwbwu...
The other 1:45 a.m. when a her- I
erk off-dutv cop shot four men
dead at the Plc-a-Rlb bar (un-,1
til h stonped R bu"ets) nobody
telephoned the nolice for heln ;.
.Two eye witnesses tihpnf I (
iewSttaners!.:.To tet the M 1
tiostf r-mo"y . Schf a iMpe- m
.-wowld iwuaily be "Ten- f
Thirteen!" 'Asilsty patrolman)
Or 4rren-Thlrtv.' OC'tme in
progress) . This : JPlc-a-Plb
shootlns' ailerv ;rante .over thei
air as a "dispute." ;
Cast of Characters; Toni Ar
den is a show business contra
diction. 'Plays handball, lives
with her; mother, conducts sporty
sessions for kids at a. Long Is Island
land Island recreational center, at attends
tends attends church every Sabbath and
wos ior many gooa : causes.
This is what they call a Saloon
singers ..That tall sepia cat
making the Broadway scene
these nights in black cape arid
hood 4s dancer Geoffrey Holder
,,If you think you have a big
overhead, look at TV and radio
personality BUI Leonard. He has
six children golntf' tov private
school... Relman (Pat) Morln,
the Associated Press Pulitzer
Prize reporter, who is Ike's look
alike, iven bad a heart-attack
,,:.Wn.ry iFordBviOf the automo
billion who gets his smileage
watching Dorothy Doneean's
shenanigans at the Embers.
Mid town i Vignette: 1)1 a ne
Ladd, a Mississinpl girl n ber
"egrlT ?0. ainesret in "Hatful
of Pain" opnodite Ben Gazzara!
on nr .fo..nearlv half aviri
. .She en loved snrce In Holl
Ivwnod on various TV nro-i
lrtPW.,,"bllt k hr tiIbt.'
In In "Vaked THtv" had New! 1
York crltlns ntlaadln lnt-!
1. fine reporting : "Sh stole!
he hw". .nfane, howew.f
U apnea r W at a famedJlfh
Ave. denrt'nenf tore thN sn
next wek for S70 ner. Kand-,
in on tm'M f rhwtnr
w.( .:en future stars, you,"
know, have to est. j
BroadWAv TaMetalk. Tin "tn
featur editors: Ther Hom p
a good jstorv in Tfitt haII
bnuoerta over o years.- When
sue went to wow tnere, the olg
Broaaway nitawereranK ba bacon
con bacon In .''L.igntnln and "East Is
We-t" at tne Astor. .Edward A.
Harris, a St. Louis Post-uispatcn
Pulitzer Prize winner (1946, has
written his first book, "Love Thy
Neighbor", i .Mieko Yashi the
first Japanese girl 'to appear
nude in Vegas; has been signed
by'Minsky tor the Dunes there.
In English her name means "Co "Co-coanut
coanut "Co-coanut Chest There are 28
roles in-the upcoming Tall Sto
ry" play by Lindsay and CrouSe
. ; .uaicai, v xiaurwiiiyanty ; i
named: "You Can't Mall An Ele
phantV.Gene Barry, newest tv
star (Bat Masterson) of the
Westerns,, is ackchelly .Jean
Klaus of right here.. .Ever run
Into cab-driver of License Plate
023340? Exact Lincoln beard
Looks Just like Raymond Mas
The Orchid Tree: "Belafonte
Sinis The Blues" is Mr. B. at
his Blrozy-best. ..Mrs1. Roy Rog
ers' (Dale Evans) $1 book
'.'Christmas I Always." (Due
Nov. 3) "Roots of Heaven"
at the Palace,. .Dick Roman's
recording, of "Love's a Many
Splendored Thing". : Herblock's
book: "Special f or. Today :
Manhattan : Street Scenery:
One of the best monevimaking
locations In. New York the
Northwest corner of 50th ..and
BroFrtway-r-cunnot be bought hv
anyone who'd turn the site Into
cafe or. where hooch R" sold
The female landlord won't sell
New. 1959 Enriish FORD v
r n r? n n ti
'Wo s Most Economical arid Comtortable Car"
, ; '-
Washineton When. ;Chairman
Meade "Alcorn of the Republican
National Committee came out of
Eisenhower s conference with Re
putmcan leaders, he read a strong
statement no the press.' : '
"Newsmen" looking at- the stale
ment noted that some of the
stronger words had beetf interli
neaiea in longhand, and Jt-r was
learned afterward that these were
penciled in by Vice President Nix
on. t.- j ,-
, Inside the conference,' however
Nixon was not as optimistic as the
official statement. Nor were oth
er Republican leaders. t :j
The most optimistic member of
tne group wan President Eisenhow
er. himself.. He instructed Alcorn
to pick the most vital political a-
reas ana ne added, "i u be there."
v He reminded the GOP conferees
that this would be virtually his
last -opportunity as" President? to
participate in a major election
campaign and he intended to make
tne most oi it. v
"Aside from wanting to help the
party, i nave aeep personal in
terest. in this -campaign." GOP
leaders quoted Ike as saying. "A
rebuff at the polls -this year would
oe a rejection on the things
have tried to do, my record,, in
my years in the white House
think it has been a pretty ; good
recora. i -.-.w. .
"We are at peace. We have en-
joyed the greatest prosperity in
nisiory since i&3, except lor the
recent business slump from which
we are rapidly recovering.
And despite what some Demo-
critic pessimists have been say
ing, we hay e never been as strong
aetensiveiy in an over all, way; in'
eluding missile development as we
are today. v
""The Communist nations .know
this and dare not risk as war a
gainst us. I intend to do all I can
to remind the American people a
bout the record of my administra
tion before election -day."
- RjEALfSTIC REPUBLICANS.
Alcorn radiated some of Ike's
optimism, rie Insisted that the Re
publicans didn't have too much to
worry about. He said the f ormo
san crisis' was abating and that
domestic employment again, was
on an uptrend after the recent re recession.
cession. recession. Alcorn's optimism, howevr
er, .wasn't shared by the more re?
alistic politicians at the meeting.
Nixon .warned that the Demo Democrats
crats Democrats had to be conceded an
J'edge" at this stage of the cam-
Saign. House GOP leader Jor Mar Mar-n
n Mar-n of Massachusetts and Rep.
Richard Simpson bl Pennsylvania' v
agreed, hut said tha n. .v
, ; v vniui,! an; i
aavapugecouid be overcome by -; i.
aggressive GpP campaigning in
the. next fw wo a ....
Sin fact, .all the GQP Congres Congressional
sional Congressional spokesmen at the": meeting v
were jrf the opinion that Alcorn !.
was evincing an "overconfidence"
fompsfable to Tom nuMiv'
uie ism presidential campaign. Al- v
corn wag warned, rather pointed-
ly at -times,, to come down out of
the clouds. A Simpson re- s
portedly expressed it;"
"This, is a time wnen'-we can -afford
tp let, the Pemocrats fall -mto
the, error of .overeenfidence.
I? t,n?J. makin? ny predictions, r
but think we can win tr at least
bold pur own in the oming elec elections.
tions. elections. But it's going to take a lot
oi nara work." -, ... rf ;
for that reason ..the middie-of-the-night
fire where several
young women In nighties were
fnrcA tn the street. A man kent
embracing them with kisses and jn the part of Scott "in receiving a
hugs. etc. until one tola a cop: ice kpt nir--....r
' yr" BAD' MEMORY''' -Hugh
Scott. the delightful Con- -gressman
fr6m suburban Philadel-'t'
phia, should have checked his ree.
oros before going out on the limb
so far regarding pardons secured
in me rennsyivania Pardons
When he was embarrassed ;by,r
disclosure that h hm r.Ii
$2000 for a 15-minute nnMn
before .the Pardons Board on be- -naif
of ex-convict Nirhnim t
Io. and then ntrArtur
wii n. ::,. :",!"'
' hi ii i-Hiin inmiee am Ht "i u
the USA, Scott ntade an emphatte
'l'pmpn tht thi ,.. tul 1 1
nme he had appeared hrfnre tha
Hugh "was' atlifpf viffnrrtn. '
positive on the point. v .
i Thl,aJ!! my onlv appearance 14
before the Pardons Board in some1
yers of law practi he sairl.
But the; dapper GOP Congress-
man from Phiiarfftinhu
ning for the Senate. hag a bad
III TIUX V 1 K
.: For the PirHnni PnflfI .'..':..
show that he imu.Mj
1949, when his friend Jim Duff'- :
was iiuu governor, and
H 0I fMi T.M TT.1T 'A . V'.:
i v?. cu" cf semencea t
to eiht to sixteen years for steM-
55. f33m worth of lcohof in 1
1946. The congressman had addi- J
tional prestige then, because ho i'
was Beoublican vat'nnal rhuir.1-.'
man, He cot Hpllni-' mhum;.s
cLKiii 10 tour ypsrs. .
A year earlier, a 1p nntont 1
t01nv.,hfld presented Hellner,
but failed in, the same plei. Four 1
vears later, Hellner was released V
'vtn. jau un A n pa nv- farfioM vy
W. Levy, who charged him onlv
J50 as against the. $1500 charged
by Scott. ? A,
' Hugh really shouli be more
c?-oful obout hi memory.-,
Note-Justice Deoartmenf offi officials
cials officials were sked 'hther a p
wry would be hulled in
cue apparent mnnx jnt t
"None of us know hlm!"1..Tip- "ardon caw then Introducing i
laden Chinese Matters, fearful of rny,,! MSr'frt1" v 3vsiC9 Db
muggers, returning home irom
their jobs in the wee hours. They
walk in the, middle-or-the-gut-terpolice
whistles at the ready
...The policemen on duty, in
front of the Egyptians Consulate
shaking their heads at the great
number of stately blondes that
Come and Go.
Sounds in th Night! At Ar Ar-mando's:'
mando's:' Ar-mando's:' "Cheer np'j' Pal
Thlnirft could be worse. Like
Tnrrhinr in a small town!".
At In Boboli: f An ingrate Is a
guy who was a friend only a
- favor aro". .At Cafe St. Den-
U: "He doesn't drink like a
fish, a.all. F drinks like a
dnmkrf. . At Eddie Condoh's:
"If Misa Taylor keeps dominat dominating
ing dominating the Hollywood news, thev
will be calling It Lis Angelli.
...At Mttle. Vienna "Where
do mothers learn mil those, A
things .they tell their daugh daughters
ters daughters not to do?.'.. At Maud
. as that first girdle" .At the
Loraposer: -aw; go on pver tfl
Broadw and sit at the Plc-a-Rib
barl" .. V
partmbt officials refused to- com
ment. -t, 5, 1
HEADLINES AND Fff)TNTir
Sen? fm, Foreign Relations Chair Chair-msn
msn Chair-msn Theodore Green, stung' 1 by
n.e testy rply to what he consi consi-dered
dered consi-dered a polite letter to- President
''eihowef, i sngrilv invest'-'af-ing
reports that- the President
ma,v-hve overstepped his author-
ity In: the Formosa Strait., ',
Confess authorired him to de defend
fend defend Quemoy and Matsu if he con con-"Jw51'
"Jw51' con-"Jw51' necessary t0 the
defense of Formosa. However,
"reen-h-! hpord" that Vti piva
Chiang Kai-shek a secret 'pled
to heln defend f iHnre '-.
lands without qualification. Th
eentor wnuW, get nolitieal ti-
faction out of exposing a, secret'
dealf between Ike" and -Chiang,
since thKeouhlicansvhave raised
nh 4 Miil-Vln flyrr the Je
President Roosevelt's "secret din-"
lomacy." ','', ...i--
i If, irt? 1
Memos of MWlvhtri Slnt-.
e Mr Mvle and N.Vi mortel
Cvnthla Brooks sted all old-
lashioned halr-PnlHnf hont at
The rlnlster over a ro-wer
W. t,) of The Waek Orchid'
. .N.Y. Yankee Norm sebnn
weds Elisabeth Virgil In St,
Lonl? next wek. She'a a Den Denver
ver Denver beaut.. .Blush '. of the
Weeki JCsther Wl'm. (enr
honored at SV! Allen's Stek
Pit) waa ushered lt -ho
wrong room omaek 'In tM
middle, f a Bar jJH.veh.
O. fhanlro (exe at Look mar)
.married Shea Wlfon. 'ovely
Minntanoll Widow. Mdayi ;
Thev sav Ginger Bogers got;
S5.0 for her how wk;v
that Fred Astalre rot Mfln.noa
for the packare. ..ast week'a
t to 1 odds on Frrlman to
win over Rockefeller are now.
ftt to 1. V
- CANAL ZONE $2 1 SO
i v ... tins ucauuiui var.,iQaayi
I Complete. Une of Service and Repair Parts
ce and Repair Parts ;
The Star's Trvbiei "the next
time h un-staeev me I'll slug
him with hit own. handbag!";..
had more Blf Headaches
neglecting to read' the Small
Print". ,"I owe so much to my
Agent and now the Bum is dun dun-nlng
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Children In Russia
Healthier Than US
' PHILADELPHIA (UPI) -
-j-i 'BartntomlR Ramos-Jr.. who is emulovftd hv the U.S; Armv Carib-
ftn Pnetneei- Office roads section, ')sliOM?s ,WtlLiam,J. TutUe; the idea which won him a i $10
award and a JJepalen6.,f)I, uie wuij ousjmmwu wciwiivnv.,.io, jjioiju
ont:ertairt eauipment' to raise and lower, the rear gate, an. idea which permits' one man to
onerate the eate instead of the required two wien the job was performed by hand. Ramps
lives at .8-18, 19th:West Street, Panama City-tu.s, Army i;hoto)
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Obeying the party line is health
habit No. tva Russia nd Hne
result is a- crop of children who
are healthier generally than their
American counterparts. 7.1, 1
This is the diagnosis of Dr.
Joseph Stokes Jr.. President' of
the American Pediatric Society,
who recently returned from ; a
study tour of Russia to lay the
groundwork for a long-range cul cultural
tural cultural exchange program; v.i .-, ;
'lt seemed to me that the Rus
sians do a much better.- job -of
preventive care them we do-here,
hev explained, ."and thpvresntt Is
that you have generally, halthier
children.! ; m
Dr. Stokes observed that chil
dren, in the 'lower -. economic
groups", 'in America often do not
receive proper care because they
are not taken to pnysicians or
' VBut in Russia," he said, 'every
bahy must be brought to the hos-
nital once a month for the first
six months, then every other
month up to one year,, and ,then
Uwo to four times a year after that
unul me ace 01 seven, wuen me
school authorlOes take over. At
that time their medical case his histories
tories histories are turned over to the
"A number of phases of our
medical research, however, are
more advanced than over there,"
Dr. Stokes said, explanine that
we have made greatrr strides,
for example in tho field of rheum
atic 'cer. w" is "ne of the top
child Killers in Russia.
The No. 1 killer in the United
States., he saii is accMentt
.cctcp t 'vNTFriTAlNMENT Three members of the staff at the Fort Clayton Officers
nSn mem are among those who keep things rolling duriiig club functions Such as the new.
K bhsrs Ws 0n-'Sattt&ar-nights,,Left to rifht they are Felix Bravo, Milton.
yT?" BulhSnSS T and Albert "Jimmy" James.
To Bcai Taxes
1 OS ANGELES (UPD -.Sr,
dsl'ln. 4n .ah
M tovtgeome ol;WP
Swood earning, from he: fed federal
eral federal tax col'ector.
Link With States
Unique In World
NEW YORK (UPD One of the
most dramatic proofs the United
States can give the world that
when it extends the hand of friend friendship
ship friendship it has no A-bombs np its sleev
is the undefended, 3,987-mile U.5,
"We're a small country living
next door to a colossus, but we're
not afraid; this is a simple fact
but I think it's unique," said John
W. Fisher, executive director of
the Canadian Tourist Association.
Fisher pointed out that more
than 30 million Canadians and A A-mericans
mericans A-mericans cross the border freely
each year, that Canadians spend
a bulk of their annual $400 million
tourist money In the U.S., and A A-mericans
mericans A-mericans leave an average $300
million a year north of the border.
"Where in the world today,"
Fisher asked, "ean you 1ind a bor border
der border ati which a grat powerful na nation
tion nation lives next door to a small na nation
tion nation and the small nation is not
worried and fearful, is not sub subjected
jected subjected either to economic or poli political
tical political pressure?"
THERE IS A VERONA
-VERONA, Miss., (UPI) -,, The
question arose Thursday at a
meeting on expanding city limits
as,-to whether "Verona actually
Mayor Frank Beane- made a
quick check with the- secretary of
state sand was informed that the
town, has bepn around a long
time. It was incorporated in 1860.
The handsome, entertainer said
gUch deals : were common among
f ichtine government claim that
L owls $i39,93a in unpaid taxes,
for 1952 and 1953.
The gove-nment has branded the
Jrowing and subsequent purchase
ot government secures ...
conceived plan entered .io;SOleiy
for income tax ,PurPseS-;a .t
tm-nev. Samuel Norton of Beveriy
!?.?ey' r'j i w he'd like 'U
buy ..one TOiU-on oouars
Treasury; no.e. yi- : .;
... i.iJi .'hut where- do I
get n7Wllion dollars? Mac Mac-ae
ae Mac-ae testified. "He- said I could
borrow the money.: and I asked
him where In the world I c9uld
find someone to loan me .hat
"He said he had a broker -who
wou'd do it a'nd assume the ifisk.
He said I might profit by buying
the government bonds and, in any
event, it wbuld benefit m income
tax. w; ; -,'..'; v;
"So I told him to go ahead, ;
MacRae said, t ' i
MacRae, who said he earned
"between $200,000 and $500,000" ;n
the years from 1951 0 1953;, said
that he ad, associates had bought
five million dollars in; government
bonds and securities since 1952.
The holdings returned 4 per. cent
interest, be said, ; ?;
' .'' ':!'. ';.- -: ''t
The money,. heefdwas1or heefdwas1or-rowed
rowed heefdwas1or-rowed at. 3. pet rent interest,, from
Jack Bern .'em New York, bead
of ''Gibraltar' Enterprises, 4 which
in turn, bad tor-owed the ;;money
at. -Mi par' Cent interest from att
undisclosed jotutce. '-i s. px A
... '-, ',:.v'i
The lingenHes'ified he was able
to list theone cent, earnings
from the:'' holdings as capital
gains, which he said was' taxab'e
at only 25 per cent compared with
he 95 ner eehr in taxes he was
pacing on his earned income.. 1
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DENVER (UPI) ,Mrs, Alice
Sampson reported her far stolen
33- days ago.. Officers found- it
Thursday in the Poliee De Department
partment Department automobile pound. It
had been towed away for illegal
parking and patrolmen forgot to
record the fact.
WHO;S FAT ?
LOS ANGELES (UPI)-ActreSS
Carol Davis was granted v a di divorce
vorce divorce by default Thursday .. when
she testified, her husband,
Claresce, objected to her eating
because he thought she t was too
tat. Miss Davis weighs 114-pounds
and Clarence -weighs 210.
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or. out. Combine of chili con car
newith beans and a cup or two
of crated American cheese. Add a
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of rich QU1K. powder to
four glass of cold milk stir
-d drink chocolatv,
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wonderful hot drink too.
Your grocer has it- and it's
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Social and Ollt
MRS. GA1THER ENTERTAINS
AT COFFEE IN QUARRY HEIGHTS HOME
An outstanding social event at Quarry Heights last
week was the coffee tlven by Mrs. R. Gaither, wife of Lt
Gen. Gaither, commander in chief of the Caribbean Com Command,
mand, Command, honoring Mrs. J. N. Creel, a Tisitor on the Isthmus.
Mrs. Creel, of lunn, N.C., is the house guest of her daughter,
Mrs. J. R. Lawrence, and Cat-taln Lawrence, aide-de-camp
to General Gaither.
Tbe guests nude an informal
tour ol the attractively lanuscii lanuscii-ed
ed lanuscii-ed surroundings of mi Gal.her
residence, whan overlooas oailioa
Pier. Of special interest was the
view oi Pier 16, wnere the fNavy'.
aircraft carrier Boxer was docked.
The silver service on he coilee
and punch tablet was complement
ed by arrangements oi red aid
white ginger combined with sever several
al several varieties of hibiscus. Mrs. Crejl
wore a corsage of rosebuds pre presented
sented presented her by Mrs. Gaither, wi
is an enthusiastic and accompnsn-
ed iloral arranger.
The conversation piece of the
colfce was a huge Bowl of fruit,
topped by a clus.er of hand-carved
grapes of green jade, and pink
Presiding at the serving tablos
were Mrs. G. F. Schlatter, Mrs.
L. A. Walsh, Mrs. C. G. She-id
and Mrs. C. E Molt
Of interest at the coffee we the
unusual objects of art collected by
General and Mrs. G'ai her travels
over the world. Their mementoes
include an oil painting of the r
German 6hepherd "Rex" done by
the well-known Japanese artist,
Visitor To It Honored
By Mr. and Mrs. Edman
Of social interest this week will
be a gathering tomnrrnw evening
hono-ing Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Barrett. Mr. and Mrs. George Wil
liam Edman are en ertaining for
the visitors at cocktails from six
to eight at their home in El Cau Cau-grejo.
grejo. Cau-grejo. The Barretts are visiting Pana Panama
ma Panama as a part of their tour of La Latin
tin Latin American ca,pi als. Mr. Bar Barrett,
rett, Barrett, a distinguished U.S. news newsman,
man, newsman, is the director oi the School
of Journalism of Columbia Univer
Miss Nunn Leaves Thursday
For Extended Vacation
Miss Yvonne Nunn, well-known
lifeguard at the pool at the Pa
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840 Kilocycles 1090 Klhcyclei
nama Hilton Ho el, will leave the
lsihmus Thursday for a long-ami-cipateu
vacation trip of two
She plans to fly to Lisbon, then
dr.ve through tnul cu, io ston
to board a p ane for Madrid. Af After
ter After a week's visit In Madrid, she
will drive with inenou) i mi, vu
Switzerland for a three weeks' vi vi-sii.
sii. vi-sii. From Paris, she plans to con continue
tinue continue her travels o England and
will board a Quanlas plane for
Rome to spenu wo days before
continuing her flight to her home
Alter spending the Christmas ho holidays
lidays holidays with her fanv'.f. Miss Nunn.
wi I 1 1 v lo Mexico ro celebra e the
iNew Year will friends, then e-
turn to Panama.
I Miai Nunn has oeen at the Pa Panama
nama Panama Hilton for six years.
Children's Hallewaen Party
Tufday At Sacrad Heart
The social hall of Sscred Heart
Chapel will be the scc.ne of the an annual
nual annual Halloween par ies for chil children
dren children Tuesday.
The cos ume party for the chil children
dren children ol kindergarten age through
'he fourth g'ade will be held. from
3 to 5:30 p.m., and the evening
party for the older children Is plun
ned for 6:30 ti 8 p.m. Games nd
prlr.es will highlight the affair, for
which a sma'l admiision price will
Sorority Chap r Has
Rush Party In Coco Solo
, Beta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi
sororitv opened its fall rush sea season
son season wi h a party at the home of
Anna Mae Bu'fVf in Coco Solo.
The sypsy theme was carried out
i oecorationr 'hroughout the
Afie- a buffet supoer, guests
participated in narty games.
The model mt't'ng. held at 'he
home of NorniH DeVoll in Coco So
lo, introduced the rushees to 'he
aims, purpose and scope of the
Calidonia No. 25-41
Each notice tot inclusion in this
column should bo tubmittid
tva i -written I arm and mailod oa
tho bos number listaJ daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise or delivered
hind to the office. Notices Of
meeting) cannot bo accepted b
C I ..La', ill..
The moiitn y meeting of the Al-
likM 4t,,l,.' .. .ha I 3 iiHrut nf St.
Luke will be held in the Guild
Moom lomonow evening at t.w
Womon of St. Luke's
. The fall meeting of all the wom women
en women oi Sl. Luke's Cathedral will D?
he d Thursday evening at 7:30 in
dishop Morns Hall, duest peak
er will be Miss Angela Oglesby,
a forn.er Isthmian wno now IS
secretary io the presiding bishop
of the Episcopal church in Japan.
All women ol the church, espe especially
cially especially new members of the cathe cathedral,
dral, cathedral, are invited to attend the
sorori;yi The cultural program on
prose was given by Jean Judge,
who patterned the presentation at at-IV
IV at-IV tne television program "Keep
A preferential tea, given at the
home of Marion Greene in Maj Maj-gariia.
gariia. Maj-gariia. climaxed the rushing sea season.
son. season. The at ractive tea table was
coyered with a pale blue damask
cloth, and blue crystal accentual
ed the color scheme.; Royal Doul Doul-ton
ton Doul-ton flowers In a variety of size and
co or were flanked by pale yellow
taaers to complete the center centerpiece
piece centerpiece arrangement.
Jon McOrew Entrs
Jon McGraw, son of Mr. and Mrs.
.Kenneth Louis McGraw of Cristo Cristo-bal,
bal, Cristo-bal, has enrolled as a freshman
.student at Case Institute of Tech Technology
nology Technology at Cleveland; Ohio.
, The school has recently announc announced
ed announced the largest peace-time enoll enoll-f
f enoll-f ment in its history.
Cristobal Girl Pledged
To Kappa Alpha Thota
Miss Stephanie Beck, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Beck of
Cristobal, has been pledged to
Kappa Alpha The! a sorority at De De-nison
nison De-nison University, Granville, Ohio,
where she is a freshman student.
Mr. Beck is principal of the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Junior and Senior High
NEW YORK (UPK- A Jiffy
dessert combines toasted pound
cake and chonolale sauce. Spread
cinnamon outtcr on the cake slic slices
es slices and toast. Top with prepared
sauce and nuts.
.-. CONTINENTAL TOUCH ....
-NEW YORK .(UPI) -Add
continental touch to dinner with
Deas cooked in the Spanish man manner.
ner. manner. Saute 2 or 3 sliced scallion in
2 tablespoons olive oi. Add 1 pack
age fr02en peas, unthawed. and
cover saucepan tightly. After 2
or 3 minutes, break up frozen
block with fork, season with dash
of nutmeg, !4 teaspoon salt, and
2 tablespoons sherry, preferably a
nutty amontillado type. Continue
cooking, tightly covered, about 6
minutes, or until Deas are tender.
Do not add water.
3 a nlWP
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NOVEMBER 1 TO 8
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O PURER O FINER O RICHER
VISITING bN ISTHMUS Mrs. J. K. Creel, right, chaU with
her hostess, Mre. R. Gaither, wife of Lt.'Oen. Oalther, com commander
mander commander In chief of the Caribbean Command, at a coffee given
last; week. Mrs: Creel is visiting pn the Isthmus from her
home in Dunn, N.C.
NEW YORK (UPI) A hand handsome
some handsome nii'iun: tuv. tu,L.iOn;a a w.u
single engine airplane flignt
around the wond in nis slocttuig
.eet yesteruay aimost ti oays
aind the trail b azlng time set by
.he la.e Wiley Post in the "Win "Winnie
nie "Winnie Mae" i5 years ago,
The ac ual Hying ume con consumed
sumed consumed bv Caot. diaries i Banie
Jr., 39, Palo Alto, Calif., in his,
jrange and black plane, "Vvinus
or Peace", alo was conslderao-
.v lonaer than that registered by
Post back in the pioneering days
of International aviauon.
Banfe Spent more than 200
hours in the air, Ducking a mou
soon, a tVDhoon. rain 10, ice and
a deser; dust storm. Post was it
ihe con rols of his plane a total
of 115 hours, 36 minutes and it)
seconds on the historic 1933
h was on Sent. 6 that Banfi',
on leave trom his piloting job
with fan Amenean oi.u t c c-ways,
ways, c-ways, took off from Idlewild In
terna .innal Airoort in his 180
horsepower Mooney Mark 20A
low-wmg monop ane. He hoped to
breeze around tne worm in auom
As things turned out, it tor,;;
him just a tew minute snor, oi
50 days to fly a 22,000-mile course
around the world that was
marrea by one crash-landing and
11 forced landings because of en engine
gine engine trouble.
"Boy, am I glad to be back,"
Uonfo cniH "Tnern were a thou
sand times' that I tnought 1
would never see this a t r p o r i
Banfe flew a longer route than
the one taken by Po$t, who Hew
15,596 mf'!es, Mowinfthe Arctic
Circle. Banfe Hew from New
Yo-k to torlsca and then on to
rrn. i Dhminn Oman. Paki
stan, India, Thialand Hotfg Kongi
Okinawa, Japan, aibskb, a n u
across the United Sta es.
Banfe, who is the father of
three children, said ne was a
"physical wreck" as he stepped
from his little plane at 9:28 a.m.
Mo umrp mechanics' overalls
and a white tur le neck sweater
and corduroy trousers, ne was
shoeless, exnlairnq that his
VOanlranari Htm Hnpkt SVt him
bet er control of the foot pedal
"I flew through sub zero tern tern-neratures
neratures tern-neratures wl'h severe 'cine con conditions
ditions conditions over both the North At-
l-.nt;- i x'aci.ic.
Banfe told reporters.
more th:in 100 doerePS over
the Sahara Desert wi h silt, salt
and fog up to 9,500 feet. 1 flew
In Stocking Feet
throueh a monsoon- between Ka
rachl and Calcutta. I flew through
winds of near typhoon ve ocity be between
tween between Bangkok and Hong Kong."
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written tr NBA Service
NORTH (D) 7
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643 4 10
East and West vulnerable
North Eaal South West
1 2 3 4 Past
4 Pass 4 Pass
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6 Pass Pass Pass
Opening lead V Q
In my articles over the years I
have stressed the undcsirability of
the so-called sucker overcall.
Some times the sucker overcall
puts the bidder's head on the
chopping clock; other times it
warns the opponents away from
an impossible (tame contract
Occasionally it shows declarer
how to play the hand and once
in a while it helps the opposition
get to a difficult slam.
As Ivan Erdos well-known coast
expert and writer po:nls out in a
magazine article, this particular
East had no reason to make a vul
nerable two heart overcall. He did
have 11 points and two aces, but
his five-card suit was quite weak
and if South happened to have
hearts East might have taken a
South bid three diamonds and
North raised him to four. Now
South felt strong enough to show
his heart void; North rebid his
spades; South went to give clubs
and tl''s was enough for North
and South for exemplary bid-
din?, but ooints out that the
came was duplicate and only one
o'her r-ir got to the lay down
alam. Hence, he feels that Hast
W!s rost hel"ful and Should be
remembered favorably by his
You South, hold:
bid ofr.hartner conti""M with a
no niAPsn ansa
Mom Uses.Mexang On Mel
Mexana picvenied diaper rash in Ovof
9iy, of hospital cases letted I No ord
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has absorbent cornstarch base. Clingi
Close, prevents hea. rash, chafe, too.
lie ifitr ittt)r changt.
Medicilnl Mium Skin Cratm helps hut
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33 Slight coloring
to an era
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12. Toward th
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22 Ho eppeart on
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85 Dinner course
1 Idle about
cyersuuuy, aeema .upsei at tne
recent wrangle about some of the
quia shows on television.
But I, for meam sort of re relieved
lieved relieved by even the faintest sus suspicion
picion suspicion that maybe some of those
wonder boys and girls With the
filing card memories weren't as
smart as they appeared to be.
Having a memory more like a
seive than a filing cabinet, qui
programs always had 8 depressing
kind of fascination for me.
If you can't be sure of 'gettinii
home from the supermarket with
a loaf of bread, i head of lettuce
and a bottle of ketchuo without
making out a grocery list, there
Is a kind of fatal fascination in
watching a brain (that seems more
like an electronic than a human
one) dig-deep and come up -with
the answer, no matter what the
It's depressing end deflating to
one's own ego but fascinating all
It's different with the westerns.
The fact that the "good buy" Is
bound to win out in the end
doesn't spoil my pleasure one bit.
A western Is supposed to be rig rigged,
ged, rigged, ,(wilh alt the breaks going to
the good man and the' bad men
always getting their comeuppance
in the end.
That's what I exoect in a west western.
ern. western. But I certainly hope it's not
the same on a quiz show.
If a man is talking to a woman
at a cocktail party he shouldn't
walk off and leave her standing a
lone if he spots someone across
the room he wishes to speak to
Instead, he should take her with
him to jo'n the otiior person, or
else wait until someone else joins
them and then break away.
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Morton A. Spnitg, President
of Loews International Cor Corporation,
poration, Corporation, M-G-M'a overseas or organization,
ganization, organization, announced today the
blazing of a new trail by the
Company in International pro pro-duction
duction pro-duction cooperation. To stimul stimulate
ate stimulate Rood Spanish motion pic picture
ture picture production the first agree agreement
ment agreement for world-wide distribu distribution
tion distribution of a Spanish motion pic picture
ture picture bv a major United States
distributor has been made bv
M-G-M- with Cesareo Gonzalez
for his motion picture, "La Ven Ven-Ranza"
Ranza" Ven-Ranza" (Venegance).
Produced in Spain by Manuel
J. Goyanes,' In color, for Cesa Cesareo
reo Cesareo Gonzalez-Suevia Films, the
cast stars Raf Vallone. Carmen
Seville, and Jorge Mistral all
names to conjure with at Span Spanish
ish Spanish end Ltin American Jsox-of-fices.
There is a large support supporting
ing supporting cast of players well-known
to the Spanlsh-speskinr film
world, the writer and director
Is Juan A. Bardem, whose
"Muerte de un Clcllsta" (Death
of a Cyclist) won the 1958 Can Cannes
nes Cannes Festival International Crit Critics
ics Critics Award. In 1956 his "Calle
Mayor" fMaln Street) was ac accorded
corded accorded the ForeUtn Cfltlcs' A-
ward in Venice. v
"Ta Ventrara" received the
1Q58 Cannes Festival prize of
the Ttemfonal d"'8tlr.n of
he ClnpmpTnsrprjhi'' Press, a
wpMed to Director Bardem.
Th,e stnrv is in the tradition
that has brought fame to many
continental film effort Peo People
ple People of the fields, their fiestas.
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38 Small drink'
43 Pewter eolne
45 Sea Milt
48 Passage in
II City In The
38 Fall flowers
37 Ooddets ot
28 Marsupial s.
41 Natural fat
Most clothing will not stain if
oromot aeitnn U tiban if
Spill lood on vour elnthei innni.
- ,.r pv"
me area wicn cooi sudsy water
as aoon aa nnlhi ni u,
uo tins is to place a soft folded
cloth under the stain and blot tuds
on the spot.
Families with (mail children
often wonder vhat to do witn the
bathtub fleet when Older persons
want a bath. An inexpensive ham hammock
mock hammock for wet tub toys can $e made
of an emntv arann ho H.no ,t
between the faucets and it will
hold the toys and also let them dry
Sticking cabinet drawers are ir irritating.
ritating. irritating. Often if you rub them
with soao the nroblem In nlvri
For extremely stubborn cases,
sand the edges and tracks, seal
with a coat of shellac and then
You can help a member of the
family who is hobbling around
on crutches or a cane because of
broken bones. Keep the rubber
tips clean of lint and dust. A
collection pf dirt and line breaks
the suction and gripping power of
the tips and threatens another
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Youngsters like things of their
very own. And, one way to get a
small child to wash his face and
hands is to provide a pint-sized
washcloth for the purpose. Cut the
cloths from towelling into squares
sized to a child's age.
A variation on cole slaw: Serve
cabbage with sour cream, a little
vinegar and sugar.
Add a dash of cinnamon and a
spoonful of instant coffee to hot
chocolate. When hot, quickly fold
in whipped cream, Serve in mugs
with crispy cookies.
Add tlavor to swordfish or other
broiled fish steaks with a sprink sprinkling
ling sprinkling of chili powder.
Stuffed tomatoes make an easy
lunch dish. Fill scooped-out toma tomatoes
toes tomatoes with chopped hard-cooked
eggs, diced green peppers, sliced
celery, seasonings and sour cream.
NEW YORK (UPI) Try
this recipe for "tomato- intrigue.''
Blend 13 cup chopped blanched
almonds with lMi cups soft bread
cubes, 3 tablespoons melted but butter
ter butter or margarine, and a dash of
salt. Toss lightly. Spoon over 4
firm fresh tomato halves. Bake 10
minutes In nreaheated very hot
oven (450 degrees.),
harci.MilDs. .nv.i,. ImtPd linn.
jceance and forgiveness. It is
raw realism presently a facet
of Spain which has never be before
fore before been recorded by tho ca ca-mera.
mera. ca-mera. breath-taking Spanish
landscapes, its naked prairies,
the small villages built on the
characteristic red and wey
earth,- their ,sireets and the
bright Spanish siin that createa
the undaunted Spanish spirit.
Cesareo Gonzalez, born in
Spain, at thirteen peddled cheap
jewelry in Cuba, then opened
a bakery In Mexico City, return returned
ed returned to Spain with his savings
and organized an adyertlainir
agency, His business expanded,
to include a hotel and an auto
agency. In 1941, he Rambled his
entire fortune on a motion pic picture
ture picture production which exceeded
its end his budget, with bor borrowed
rowed borrowed funds, the picture. "Poll "Poll-zdn
zdn "Poll-zdn a Bordo" (Stowaway on
Board) was finished and its
great sucess started Gonzalez on
a motion picture career.
Cesareo Gonzalez then found founded
ed founded Suevia Films with .. somt
eiehtv Spanish successes. Many
top-fliRht Spanish stars (amonr
them. Maria Felix. Lola Florea,
Emma, Penella, Paqulta Rico,
Jose Suarez and Josellto) own
their discovery, or much of their
popularity to Gonzalez' produc productions.
tions. productions. With "La Venganza," bothM-G-M
and Gonzalez bellev
Spanish production Is of- aire
and Merits a place in the world
motion picture markets. Advt.
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BTFPHEN McDONALtH left, and hits. EiUabeth Price are commended by Capt. James E. Hughes,
section chief for time and mdney,aving euggemons concerning operations t the U.S. Army
Caribbean Property Disposal office. Corozal. McDonald, a warehouseman, suggested that a tel telephone
ephone telephone be lneuHed In the rear of the sectlon'i warehouse so that In event of an emergency one
can raise help quickly, installation of this, phone In the warehouse has also brought about in increased
creased increased efficiency In the operation of this acttvj ty. McDonald, who has 17 yearj service with the
US government, lives at 15th Street, parque Lefevre, No. UE, Panama City. Mrs. Price, who has
six years service and lives at Curundu, was cited for suggesting that the Property Disposal Of Office
fice Office be permitted to add to their bidders list such prospective clientele as are currently on ap approved
proved approved fists of other government agencies. The suggestion has resulted in the elimination ol
duplication of processing amounting to a savings of nearly 200 yearly. (U.3. Army Photo).
Caril Fugate Goes
On Trial Today
LINCOLN. Neb. (UPl)-Caril
Fuaate, the teen-age companion
of eondemned murderer Charl'.a
Starkweather, goes on .trial no no-day
day no-day confident she will be acqulU
ted or her part in a murder
The 82pound, haiel-eyed, bru brunette
nette brunette will be tried In the same
courtroom where the bandy bandylegged
legged bandylegged Starkwea'Rer was sen sen-tenced
tenced sen-tenced to death in the electric
cha r on two counts of first de decree
cree decree murder.
Caril also faces the same two
counts, premedita.ed murder and
murder while commit ing a roo-i
bery in conned. ioii with ihe rite I
slaying of Robert Jensen, 17,
Jensen was one of 10 persons
, slain bv Starkweather during a
' two-state chase through Nebraska
and Wyom ng where Caril and
the former garbage collector sur surrendered.
rendered. surrendered. r v i
Caril, whose esse will-be heard
by Distric Judga Harry jA. Spefi
cer the same Judge?wbo.presided
at Starkweather's trlal,; ha inslt inslt-ed
ed inslt-ed she was held hostage b Stark-'
weather for nine days. Star.
weathtr, after his capturv signed
a s a emetit detail'ng 11' slayings
last winter, and fate? implicsted
Cril in several killing-.
Caril and S'.arkweather were
sought last January after authori authorities
ties authorities found the bodies of her moth moth-er.
er. moth-er. stenfa hen ad half s'se, Mr.
and Mrs. Marlon Bsrtlett and
ih3 r 2-year-old daughter,- "e ty.
During their flight,, seven other
persons were flain, and Stack Stack-weather
weather Stack-weather later admit' ed the shot shotgun
gun shotgun des'h of Robert Covert.
2i-year-old lervlcq s'.ation attend attend-ant,
ant, attend-ant, last Dec. 1.;
CALUMET CITY. 111. (UP1) -Noel
Pennington. 30, vas resHlnR
m his fourth Jail in five days to-da'-.
He is charged with assault
and battery but authorises can't
decWe where the offen took
US Group Predicts
Democrats Will Pick
Up More Seals
WASHINGTON (UPl)-The Na National
tional National Committee lor an Effective
Cmigi-em e. irp j yeMP'-.-' i e
Senale "will shift in a liberal di--ect'bn"
as a re.ult of Democrat Democratic
ic Democratic victories in the Nov. 4 congres congressional
sional congressional eieolons.
The group, which backs Candi Candida
da Candida es ft believes to be liber jl,
forecast tha the Democrats
would pick up e"gh' seats in the
Senate and 25 to 30 seats in the
Tiiis would give the- Democrats
57 Senate sea s to 39 or the Re Republicans
publicans Republicans and least 260 Hoii!o
seats to 175 for the GOP.
A spokesman for he committee
de cribed it as a 'Iberai. biparn biparn-san.
san. biparn-san. organization financed by pub public
lic public contrihutioni which are not
tax-deductible. It .s headed bv
Sidnev K. Scheuer. a New York
The coinmlttee predicted that
take ''bver tht If eai of
GOP Senate Wader W.'f fin.f
Knowland In one of the "big lib liberal"
eral" liberal" shifts.
Another liberal who 'will re replace
place replace a conserva'ive sena'or, ihe
committee J) r e d J c t e d, will be
Pcnnsylvan a Gov George M.
Leader. It-said Leader-was "nar "nar-rowly''
rowly'' "nar-rowly'' ahead o. Rep. Hugh Scott
(R-Pa.) in the contest for the
teat of retiring GOP Sen. ed ed-word
word ed-word Marlln,
The comml tee said ther al already
ready already hhs been-a "slight liberal
shift" because of Democra it
Gov. Edmund S. Muskle's ouster
of GOP Sen- f htv ck G. Paine
In Maine's early election.
'Tin Lizzie' Era -1.
Closes When Ford
Makes Last Model!
MAHWAH, N. J. (UPljitVd:
Mo or t. t nt ..
doubedljr wiU be the last Model
i' even assembled today o votn votn-mamorat
mamorat votn-mamorat the goloen anniversary
of the first "Tin Liwie."
The 1908 Model T rolls off the
assembly line at Ford's assemby
plant here Interspersed betwen
two b r i g h t and shining 1959
Immediately a i t t w a r d the
Model T, the world's first mass
production automobile and tn
American symbol of frugal opera operation,
tion, operation, will participate in an eco economy
nomy economy contest with one of the
- The Model T, driven at Its tap
speed of 20 mi es an' hour, aver averages
ages averages about 13 miies per gallon.
The new Fo-d, when driven at a
conservative 30 miles an hour for
best gasol ne economy, u&es about
24 miles per gallon.
Actually, the Model T a twin
lever job was not new. It was
reconstructed from par s obtained
from antioup car hobbyists
throughout the nation.
The hulk o1 toe antique unit
was purchased from John Skaff,
a Flint, Mich., furniture dealer
who collects antique cars as a
Some of the parts simply were
New wheels, for example, could
not be found and were made
expecially for the golden anniver
sary Model T by a Newark, M.J..
company. The fenders were made
by a San Luis Obispo, Calif., shop
and the reupho'stery and touring
car top was done by a cus om
shop near Detroit.
Although Ford produced almost
15 million model Ts (all black)
the last one in 1927 only tha
f rst 1,000 were twin leve- Jobs.
Only about a dozen are believed
to Txlst today.
The "new" model T is JV4 feeti
'aller and 6 feet shorter than the
1959 model, with a four-cylinder
engine of 22 horsepower. It will
be donatpd to the K'H-n tni'"-'f
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PROSPECT PARK. N: J. .UPn r a.spiay in ne tienry rru
tn...10i, ;!. .Jj... Museum n Dearborn. Men.
were sharply divided today over I Ironically, the mode T Is val.
rharsfl iht im.i.. ,i, .nlued by museum authorities at
Peyton Place Has
Rival, New Jersey
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THE CREAT SPIRIT--A workman puts the finishing touches
on a 9,000-pound aluminum reproduction of American sculptor
Marshall Frederick's heroic "Spirit of Detroit" at an Oslo,
Norway, foundry. The statue was shipped to the U.S. to be
r.td ta Detroit's Civic Center!
hooiganism" have turned this
qttie. community into a "Peylon
Two residents a man and s
wemar., leveled the charges af af-'era
'era af-'era counc'l meeting this week,
draw'ng apparently conlradictory
opinion? from Mayn Daniel Hook
and Police Chief Duke Stelpstra.
The two named an area 'n
which they said "sex and hooi hooiganism
ganism hooiganism were runn'ng ramnant"
among youngsters. They said the
Passaic CQimiy community w.ts
getting a repti ation as a kind 4f
"Peyion Place," title of a book
and mov'e about sex in a New
The two residents asked that
their names be withheld 'for fear
of -eta ia ion, claim ng they h.id
been physically threatened and
aoused by teen agers on the
The allegations brougTi' a ve vehement
hement vehement denial from Chief Stelo Stelo-stra.
stra. Stelo-stra. He said slreet loi erers were
dispersed immediately when
found. He also quoted off clal re re-cO"ds
cO"ds re-cO"ds by .ayins tha' police had
received on'y two cal S this month
However, -Mayor Hook told a
Uni'ed Press International repor -er
that he was worried sbout the
"We will lake action, -but -we're
go'ns io handle this in oui own
way." Hook sa d.
The commlllee saw these -Dem-1 A reoor er polled seven families
ocrats un.eating Republican sen-1 in the area, ci ed by the two res-
Kien s. mx or tne lam'i'es sa:n
they believed "something" should
be done to curb threats, name
ca ling and w'ld motorcycle rides
by teen ageri,
about $5,000 about twice the
price of a 1959 Ford.
atdrss former sen. Ernen Mc
Far'and- over Sen. Barry Gold Gold-water
water Gold-water irt Artzsna, "Thomas Dodd
over Sen. William A. Pur:ell In
Connec 'cu j Philip Hart over
Sen. Edward J. Thye in Minne Minnesota,
sota, Minnesota, and rep. Robert C. Byrd
and Jennings Randolph over
Sens. Chapman Revercomb and
John D. Hoblitiell In West Vir
tablo Mv Y
One housewife said she cau cautioned
tioned cautioned a teen-nged girl aboi
using vulgar language on the
' cet. She cited the girl's plv:
"If yau don't shut up, I'll pick
you up and tear you to pieces."
A ROSE IS A HEEL A walk
down the garden path Is a must
for a girl who acquires this
new shoe from Rome. It has a
metal heel fashioned to look
like the thorny stem of the red
Aatlima hd Bronchi til attack! ruin
yatif lep, undcrmln your strength
and wialten your heart. Mandaca
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cua mu-cua and promote! free, aaay breath breath-Ins,
Ins, breath-Ins, Mtndaoo'i action Ii eftactiv even
in old and Stubborn caaet. Get Men Men-da
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sea now much better you Weep and
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yu will (eel tomorrow, Manila
tights discomforts of Aathma, Broey
utl ana Hay Fever.
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MONDAT, OCTOBtE 27, 1931
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fBK PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY K1TWSPAP;
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Army, Ohio State Blemished
By Ties; Texas In Upset Loss
l By FRED DOWN
: The list of major unbeaten and
untied college football lams was
' slashed to a mere four today
in the wake of another series of
shocking form reversals that
claimed Army, Ohio State and
Texas three of the four top-rated
powers in the land.
The sple unblemished survivors
of Saturday's carnage are Mis Mississippi,
sissippi, Mississippi, Louisiana State, Color a lo
and Rutgers. Tenth-ranked North Northwestern
western Northwestern also was knocked off the
perfect-record list which is due
to be cut even further next Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night when Mississippi
meets Louisiana State in what
looks like the South's game of the
Army and Ohio State were
blemished by ties but both Texas
and Northwestern were beaten.
Pittsburgh, rated No. 18, tied the
firsi-ranked Cadets, 14 14, and
Wisconsin, No. 12, tied econd econd-ranked
ranked econd-ranked Ohio State, 7-7. Rice wal walloped
loped walloped fourth-ranked Texas, 34",
in Saturday night Southwest
Conference shocker and Iowa top toppled
pled toppled Northwestern, 26 20, in a key
Big Ten contest.
Mississippi Preserves Record
Seventh-ranked Mississippi pre preserved
served preserved its perfect record with t
14-12 victory over winless Arkan Arkansas,
sas, Arkansas, fifth-ranked Louisiana State
shaded Florida, 10 7, on a fourn fourn-period
period fourn-period field goal, 14th-ranked Col Colorado
orado Colorado rallied in the fourth period
to whip Nebraska, 27-16, and
Rutgers ro'led over Lehigh, 44-13,
as halfback Bill Austin scored
three touchdowns and passed for
Pittsburgh spotted Army two
early touchdowns but cut the def deficit
icit deficit to 14-6 at the half on a 43
yard scoring pass and gained the
tie on a third-period touchdown
and a two-point conversion play
on which Ivan Toncic passed un underhand
derhand underhand to Dick Haley.
Wisconsin took a 7-0 lead over.
Dhio State when halfback Dale
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GLOVED FIST EMBRACE Pat McMtirtry, left, and George
Chuvalo looked more like a pair of college football players
1 1 U flkamr.Lm.eViln nnt JeiftHprs 9fl thPV PTTlhrflCPd
illclll Jicavjrwci((lll ,iiaiiii;iuiMiut v..
with gloved hands when they first met in New York prior to
their scheduled iu-rouna
Bulk Fuel Handling
For Marine Corps
AKRON. Ohio Thirteen bulk
fuel handling systems will be
manufactured for the Marine
Corps by The Firestone Tire &
The 13 units, which wil cost
approximately $3,000,000 will be
manufactured at Firestone's de defense
fense defense products plan in Magno Magnolia,
lia, Magnolia, Ark.
The bulk fuel handling sys system,
tem, system, developed bv the Marine
Corps, is an easily transporta transportable
ble transportable "service-station" for air airplanes
planes airplanes and combat vehicles.
A system Is made up of ap approximately
proximately approximately 42 collapsible. 10,-000-gallon.
tanks, five and one-half miles
of hose, hose connections, sep sep-iarators
iarators sep-iarators and pumps. Each tank
i weighs about 600 poundfi less
than one-tenth the weight of
! a steeel tank of the same cap capacity.
acity. capacity. It can be folded Into a
compact package. In use, the
tank is pillow shaped, 40 feet
with Albert Deeker
THE SAD SACK
with Jerry Lewis
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Hackbart returned a punt- 4
yards on the third play of the
second half but the Buckeyes tied
the score with ;a 65-yatd;'.t6ird'
period drive c:insixed"by tiob
White's one -yard plunge; and a
Jon Schnable scpred two touch touchdowns
downs touchdowns and Al Harman one. to en engineer
gineer engineer Rice's upset of Texas-1 'D
lore a crowd of 72,000 at,' Hous Houston,
ton, Houston, Tex. Rice piled up : a 13-0
halt time lead and then ,"iced"
the game wiih a 14-point splurge
in the third period. Texas Scored
on a 90-yard pass interception
with 39 seconds left in the; game.
Randy Duncan threw scoring
parses of 18, 21 and 22 yards and
gained 174 yards with 14 comple completions
tions completions in 18 attempts at Iowa
knocked off? Nor.hweslern and
moved into position ?as the -Jnost
powenui. eonienaer in tue Dig
Auburn Overcomes Deficit
A crowd ,of 62,000 at Baton
Rouge, La., "saw fullback Tommy
Davis' 19-yard field goal with
three minutes left keep LSU on
the perfect-record lis after Flor Florida
ida Florida battled back to deadlock the
score at 7-7 with a fourth-period
Bobby 'Franklin .scored -both
Mississippi: touchdowns and guard
Bob Khayat kicked both extra
poin s for the' margin of Victpry
over Arkansas. Jim Mooty scored
both Arkansas touchdowns and
gained 120 yards in 14 carries in
a one-man effort to spring an another
other another upsej.
' Auburn, ( the nation's No. 3
earn, overcame a 7-6 deficit ,0
beat Maryland," ; 20-7; -eighth-ranked
Oklahoma misTied Kansas
rtate, 40-6, for i s 65th consecu consecutive
tive consecutive victory in Big Eight compa compa-tition;
tition; compa-tition; 13th-ranked Purdue toppled
ninth ranked Notre Dame. 29-22
and Illinois .upseV 15th-ranked
Michigan- State, 16-fl, in o her
ga mes involving feaniS ; ranked
among jtne top vzovin we country.
ngni ai maawon uic vaiucu.
Systems To Be Built
long. 11 feet wide and four feet
high. The 13"systems will re require
quire require 546 of these tanks and
71V? miles of hose.
Marines will commence as assembling
sembling assembling the sistem on a cap captured
tured captured beach as soon as it has
been taken. Two tanks, a pump
and other eauipment will be
set up and fuel will be piped, or
transported in amphibious vehi vehicles,
cles, vehicles, from a tanker offshore to
the tanks on the beach. From
these, hose will be laid Inland
to "booster" tanks when thev
are set up.
From the "boosters" more
hose will be laid further Inland
and will be connected with a
"tank farm," 30 of the 10.000 10.000-gallon
gallon 10.000-gallon containers. It will be
from the "farm" that, fuel will
be dispensed to vehicles and
When in full operation, each
system will have available 420.-
1000 gallons of fuel. Advt.
G I A N T
with Elizabeth Taylor
and RocK Hudson
with Fats Domino,
and Jerry tee Lewia
with Glenn Ford
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NATIONAL FOOTBALL, LEAGUE
Cleveland 5 0 0 1000 175 101
New York 3 2 0 .600 105 77
Chicago Cards 2 3 0 .400 119 126
Washington 2 3 0 .400 95 128
Philadelphia 1 4 0 .200 103 140
Pittsburgh 1 4 0 .200 72 115
Teams W L T Pet. PF PA
Baltimore 5 0 0 1000 178 94
Chicago Bears 4 1 0 .800 158 lpl
Los Angeles 2 3 0 ..400 136 133
San Francisco 2 3 0 ..400 76 132
Green Bay 1 3 1 .250 109 143
Detroit 1 3 1 .250 111 147
New York 17, Pittsbunrgh 6
Baltimore 35, Washington 10
Green Bay 38, Philadelphia 35
Cleveland 38, Chicago Cards 24
Chicago Bears 27, S. Francisco 14
Detroit 41, Los Angeles 24.
NEW YORK, Oct. HI (UPD
The Cleveland Browns, with
Jimmy Brown scoring four
touchdowns, and the Baltimore
Colts, sparked by John Unitas
and Lennie Lyles, came from
behind yesterday to run the Na National
tional National Football League's only
perfect records to 5-0.
Brown scored on runs of 62,
45, 7 and 2 yards, to give Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland a 38-24 victory, over the
. Lyles. rookie halfback from.
Louisville who raced 103 yards
on a kickoff to score against the
Chicago Cardinals in Baltimore's
1958 ooener. scored on a 101 101-yard
yard 101-yard kickoff rurback to end any
lineerinp; Washinston hopes
during a 35-10 victory.
The New York Giants regain regained
ed regained undisputed second nlace by
defeating the Pittsburgh Steel Steel-ers,
ers, Steel-ers, 17-6. Carl KariHvarz, a de defensive
fensive defensive back, scooted 23 yards
with the first of Tom. Tracy's
three fumbles to 'plve thp Giants
n lead thev never lost at Yan Yankee
kee Yankee stadium.
Baltimore retained Its one one-"amp
"amp one-"amp wester, division lepd over
the Chicago Bars. who defeat defeated
ed defeated the san Francisco Forty Forty-Niners,
Niners, Forty-Niners, 27-14.
In the other games, the De Detroit
troit Detroit Lions defeated the Los An Angeles
geles Angeles Rams, 41-24, and the
Green Bftv packers edged the
Philadelphia Eagles. 38-35. To To-Mn
Mn To-Mn Rote threw scoring passes to
Dave MlcTdleton, HowsnJ assa assa-dy
dy assa-dy and Jim Dor an' before 81,703
Los Aneles Coliseum fans to
lead Detroit defending league
and western division champs
to its first 1958 victory.
JAKARTA... Indonesia rUPl)
Control of eight more Dutch in in-rtus'r'al
rtus'r'al in-rtus'r'al enterprises was trans transferred
ferred transferred tod from martial law
ii''niittis,',ation to government ci civilian
vilian civilian fdministratorV. TVrteen of
the 6? TV1"! Snii'Mul firms tak taken
en taken over bv th Indonesian ov ov-ernnient
ernnient ov-ernnient hw- been converted to
Double ii Cinemascope!
Vincent Price in
Cary Grant In
"KISS THEM FOR ME!'...
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ONE DAY RELEASE!
Etchlka CttOUREAU In
HELL BENT for GLORY
Errol FLYNN in
UPSET WINNER Destello approaches the finish line to score by two lengths over mutuels
favorite-The Gipsy in yesterday's $1,000 "Nino MUlon:; Handicap atvthe President Remon
racetrack. Jorge Phillips gave the native thoroughbred a competent-ride In the five-furlong
dash for sixth series Imported racers. Alfredo Vasuez, who starred "on "Saturday with three
wins, rode The Gipsy. ..
OVT OF DOORS
By HAROLD TITUS
PIERRE, S. D. (NEA) The
good old days have returned to
tne Dakotas, Nebraska, southern
Minnesota, and other corn belt
states where John Pheasant rules
the roost as the favorite of thou
sands of upland-bird shooters.
A state-by-state phone and ucia
survey shows that not since the
early 40s, when it, was possiDie 10
flush from 500 to 1,000 birds in a
day's shooting, ; have prospect
been so bright,,,.
The reasons 'for' this1 pheasant
population eruption ire threefold.
Game Biologists teei imu me com combination
bination combination of relatively mild winters
and highly successful breeding sea
sons during the past few years
have been the answer. Sou Con
servation Service officials point
to the many acres of pheasant
cover created by tne sou Dans
The top state for non-resident
hunters, of course, is South Da Dakota,
kota, Dakota, where the current season
continues through Dec. 7 in ap approximately
proximately approximately two thirds of the
state. The daily bag limit is four
cock birds, and you may bring
home five daily limits or 20 birds.
Few non residents will return
without the limit if South
kotans have anything to say.
We're reminded of a friend who
Bid' iust' that some years back and
was greeted by his wife, who im immediately
mediately immediately proclaimed that with
all those delicious birds on hand
SEOUL. Korea (UPI) South
Korean movies censors have de decreed
creed decreed that a screen kiss may last
only 10 seconds to make them
"less lascivious." The Minis. ry ot
Education advised movie import
ers and domestic producers that.
the ao-second kiss previously per
mitted must be reduced to 10 sec
SEOUL (UPI) The Korean
National nefpnse Scientific Re-
coarrh TnsHtntp has StlCrPSsfullV
launched its first experimental
i i J
guiaeu roCKei in a guarueu, iei iei-firing
firing iei-firing near Inchon, some 20 miles
wpst nf SpouI. it was disclosed
yesterday Defense Minister Kim
Chung Yul said the rockets were
still "in tne stage ot aeveiop
mont" hut wprp pnidpd bv elec
tronics, reaching more (han eight
jnile? at the angle ot 45 degrees.
Service Center Theatres
BALBOA 6:15 b 8:40
"A CERTAIN SMILE"
in Cinemascope & Color!
COCO SOLO 7:00
"THE BRIDGE ON THE
In Cinemascope St Color!
"THE HARP MAN"
MARGARITA 6:15 & 7:50
Merry Anders-Penny Edwards
"THE DALTQN GIRLS'
Rex Harrison Virgin! Mayo
In ClnamScope St Color!
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
"FULL OF LIFE"
In ClnemaHrope I
rMP RirRn 7:00
.Their Hawkins Joan Collins
LAND OF THE FHAHUAHS
in cmemascop to colon
now was the. time to have a ; big
game dinner and pay. off some of
her social obligations! Caught off
guard, our friend agreed.
Then hp hpPan tn umrrv ,aVnuM
wadintf fill thr.KA raelu nhnq ri f
on folks who wouldn't hp hi.v ..J.
recognize a ringneck from a chit-A-
en once' it was cooked. Chicken
was the answer. Unbeknown to
his wife our friend paid a quick
trip to the butcher 'and substitut substituted
ed substituted a mess of broilers. .. v
He took one precaution. With
an ice pick he proceeded to, punch
the) broilers 'flt ;of holes .ihto
which be ?taruluiserted slipt
from "an nnenpd.. unfirori chnionn
The party wa a great success.
The ohs and ahs of guests when
they bit down on one of those No
6 chilled shot would have done
any native bouth Dakotans he.:-
By JOE STETSON STETSON-Dog
Dog STETSON-Dog Editor
JT .,Wlt tho (. Ruccat nun tkat I
pr'ompted this writing a f at. little
teuow oi ample size, but definite-
ly not mature enough to keep
pace with the livelv teenaeers
who were exercising him.
He was not pantine from ex-
haustion, but his stubby, loose
.ldinted limbs were just too tired
tc carry him farther and he flopr
oed on his belly, too undone to car
Young people are often uninten
tionally guilty of forcing young
ouppies beyond their endurance.
Such fatigue, if carried, to ex-,
tremes, can result in poor' devel
opment and digestive disorders
from the physical standpoint,, and
a negative attitude toward the
Keeping puppies happy in what
they are doing is as essential to
easy learning in canines as a liht
touch is in guiding human beha
The deceptive factor is the s!3
of the pup.. The larger the breed,
the later the maturity. The larg larger,
er, larger, pup, though it would sem
more prone to injury from excess
It is psychologically advantage advantageous
ous advantageous to end a training period while
pup is ro:n" strong and look looking
ing looking for t"-- then antici antici-'
' antici-' the next session with plea pleasure.
sure. pleasure. '.Perhaps the most impressive
way to emphasize this though is
to remind t'ie owner that a three-months-old
pup is comparably to
The pup should be turned over
'o children for exercising only
with the knowledge that they have
been properly advised and with
confidence that they will treat
him as an infant, and not a hunt hunting
ing hunting companion. .
the Denver mist stayed on after
Destello, yesterday afternoon
raced to a two-length victory in
the featured five furlong $1,000
"Nino Millon" Handicap for sixth
series imported throughbreds at
the President Remon racetrack.
The native sprinter chased pace pace-setting
setting pace-setting The Gipsy until they
straightened out in the home homestretch
stretch homestretch then raced by the-leader
nJ -- 1
oiiu Bcurea going away, ine cip
1 sl. was, tnre Jenghts anead of
third place finisher- Mar Bravo
which grabbed-he short end of
the purse by a head from Coma-
jaucu aiuuug me u aiici 5 iiiier get
ting off several lengths behind the
leaders, Destello returned his
backers $14.80 per win ducat. He
got an effective ride from Jorge
The day's best win odds,-however,
were paid by Colifato in
the firstrace. The latter, suppos supposedly
edly supposedly a confirmed router, turned
sprinter to give apprentice, rider
!D Barett fist victory at a
I 44-20 win 'Pyoff. Colifato coupled
!with second race winner Princesa
i.Vanidad for a $J52.80 double.
i r uiii-csa vauiuau was one 01
TV;A. i : j j r
two winners ridden by Alfredo
Vasauez. Arauimedes Alfaro and
Guillermo Milord also scored
twice but the day's winnningest
rider was Fernando Alvarez
with three triumphs.
.Among Alvarez' victories was
ftn:el whicft returned $17 in the
1 Colifato $44.20; $7
i,? Gumdado $4.20
1 Princesa Vanidad $7.40, $9.20
2 Zutnhen $9.20
First Double: $152.80
1 Noticion $2.40
2 Julie $2.20
1 Golden Wonder $4.20,
2 Don Grau 2.60
f 1 Ouacamava $9, 2.40
2 Tingat 2.20
1 Destello $14.80. $5.40
2 The Gipsy $3.80
1 Don Luchn $3, $2.20
2 Evenine Star $2.20
Stcond Double: $33.
1- Teddy 3.40,. $2.60
2 Eros $4.8d
1 Play Boy $5.80, J3.60
2 English Wonder S2.60
1 Sculptor $2.60, $2.40
2 Santillan $2.40
I Daniel $17. $4.40
2 Takeaway $3.40
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icnes (Feature DiinlpGoli
" tVINNING COACH iAVID INGRAM ql Cristobal Uff gives some
sidelirife instructions to nu signai caller, kuss Favorite, team
captn: The Tigers won, 7-0,
Hope for their first trlumpir
" 1011 IPhntn Rill Klrlrlirni)! i
: WitH V Caliper,
' SALTJiIOnE(NEA)- John D.
- Schapiro promoted .the' first suc suc-.cessful
.cessful suc-.cessful international horse race at
hls Laurel Race Course.
-rx '' Schapirov gentle sopoken, lit lit-.v,
.v, lit-.v, tie metals -fnagnaV persuaded
. Oueen Elizabeth to race th royal
v colors Outside the Bxitish, Isles fori
' me mat lime. v,i-1
T.- ,Now heihas Russia committed
,' to running two throughbreds in
the mile-and-a half. $100,000 Wash
, ,ington,-a).NC., 1 International over
x the- Laurel urass course, 'Jfo'v.'' it
The vRed candidates .are' uarnyr
" and -aryad, winner;. and .t-rymier
' up, respectively, y ine soviet vet vet-1
1 vet-1 by. Garnyr also wo "the Moscow
- r" prize at, the Budapest lmernaiion
I races." He rtte7Tigden''bTf'Schapiro bas a real internation-
the; Russian ''Jockev Nikolai, iNa.
msov:, zaryaa nyviKtor soroiyov,
also trom behind the iron curtain.
Like everything, else, m the USSR
horses are. owned' by the S t a t e.
, Thsy are' oopfated under the con con-t
t con-t trol or the Ministry -of Agriculture,
'tre Russians Ret most of their
. slock from England." SchamrO
ii, yni,. tyith themit fsnt mere-,
ly a mattej oi lvan, tne nussjan
' t' t q Rex Ellsowrth, say-
ing," 'Jhari right fair looking
piece fbJiqrs flesh., -i r t
- "'"The Russians buv horses like
1 hev do; everything else, accord-'
a ing to scientific rules laid down
i by the State, Buyers-are 'accom'.
' panied by scientists who check all
prospective purchases carefullv to
see- f thev conform to certain strict
' conformation specifications outljh' outljh'-y
y outljh'-y cd by the Kremlin.. Unless a horse
' measures up tp the charts: pr.
scribed by the government there
Is no sale," t i?
tree world. horsemen long ago
learned that you can't pick a win win-pr
pr win-pr with: calipers and a, slide TuTe.
The Soviet buyers-w,o u 1 d have
' passed un the bag of bones., tho
wis Exterminator 'definitely would
not have gone iot the Jiigh-waist-ed
COnnt -Fleet, etc.
' The4 Russians are horse players
j ; SILV1TKE& BROSTELU? S.A
in an upset last Friday at Mt.
over the Balboa Bulldogs since:
' 1 1 J
; Slide Rule :
i from waysck, according to Scha
piro. .I..;-- ' j.
"Lenin was a real bug," he says
''He even imported his own' han-
dicapper,' or- tout,, an Irishman
named Ed Dugan. -.Schaoiro
doesnt know what hab
pened toi)ugan, who isn't around
any more., Maybe he -had an ex
tra. bad day and was exiied". to Si-
' As far as Schapiro knows, ithere
is no movement "afoot -to ThavAl
a : I:.,.. i;'
those of the Soviet on their -home
ground, Perhaps, thef Kremlin-- is
afraid cthat ome smar American
owner wirid enter a coty nameu
Kbrushchav,- whiph, 'of-f course,
couidn t,pe, neaten m the Union.
bT- tnplan'cro frln'"tlallvmnBa ;1
representing Ireland. Eddie Area-
ro probably willr ride the Austra
nan, manor s uuiae. Uermanv is
Bending Orsini, France, either Pao-
la or ianero and -there will be en entries
tries entries from- England.- Italv and Ar
gentina in addition to the Ameri-
can Clem. .', .vKf
'Ballymoss.' which manv ; horse
men consider the .best, foreigner
ever to come to, the United States
in training, has bagged practical
Jy 'every major- event in Eurooe,
including the Irish Derby, St. Le-
eef, the King' George and Dueefi
Elizabeth and the Arc d'Triumph,
the Tichest race on the Continent.
John D. SChaoiro likes to Point
but that, bis Internationals, unlike
must s wu-iu spori- ruinQClilion,
have prpduced 1o incidents. .v
.Why should r they.? t g ;
This most troeresive of racing
men 'tnitx 1ip $100,000 snd pays all
the freight v -
- LEARNED AT HOME
West Point. N.Y.. EAY
Frank, Blanda, 18 year old 1 Armv
reserve ouanerback. is the kid
brother of George, the Chicago
As predicted last week,"the 195S
uuniop uou Tournament, with the
greatest number of entrants in its
history is producing some excep
tionally close matches, especially
in the championship flight, where
inree matches were tied adter the
regtlat n 18- toles,
Herb .Mitten, iormer t Panama
Open and Isthmian A mite ur
champion, found a Tatar in Lul
Ar:,ngo,- Giving Ar-ngo live strok strokes
es strokes ever the1 1 holes was" too' much
for Mitton Saturdar. as ther came
in even. Aiango was sinking long
punsno'aeep even with the 3tl
boa dentist and made them all
count On Sunday, however,- Mit Mitten
ten Mitten was able to choot a fine 37-36
tor a 73, -while Arango had a42-43
for 85. but it took Mitten 36 boles
the finally win out 3 and 4 to- ad advance
vance advance to the second round, rt'- i
' '4 Hinkle, "giving Brack Hat Hat-tier
tier Hat-tier $ strokes, also found, himself
ur tie tor '18 holes -'Thursday
afternoon JSimday afternoon Hat-lu.-
.gain gave Hinkle a lot of
troubb, but Hinkle finally .went
out in fron after 34 boles by a
score of -3 and, ?, .. i
- The thii'd tie in the' champion-'
ship flight fouhd Dr. Masset and
Ted Pierpont wound, up- all even
un. lo. uikBsei was giving jrier-
pont s strokes, but they played a
'sudden death' '- playoff due to
lurtner inability to meet this week.
Masset finally won out bv a score
of 1 up after 31 holes. -',
Other results in the -championship
.Lally d.i F. Harrington 1 up;
Botron d. Hasklng S and 4; Mul Mul-ler.won
ler.won Mul-ler.won ever Corsale-bv default:
Nene Arias defeated Jim Ridee 1
up; Gordy Palton; the 1957 Dunlop
"namoion, squeezed by Frank
Morrice-5 and 3 Erasmo.de la
Guard a found his Came "well
improved and finally took ever
Saarinoh, who was Just slightly off
oy-a score of z and l.
In th IniVAP hrarket if tha !i-f
flight, Bob, Walker defeated Gen
eral Landon 3 and ti Capt. Kade
won over Ashton 3 and 1; Jeff
Kline won from Luis Martini by
default; 'Skip Babb defeated 'Ne 'Negro'
gro' 'Negro' Arias 4 and '3; George Dilfer,
getting 7 strokes from Earl Gor-
rans, found the handicap to his
liking and defeated .Gorrant 1 up
while Dick Dehlinser took ever
Jimmy. DesLondos 2 and I.
in., the- second, flieht.o; results
were as listed1: Maduro d. Swon Swon-son
son Swon-son 1 and 6f Dr. Tapia d. Jarrell
upj S. Fidanque d.' J. -Boyd i
and 1: Duraft dv Wright 3 and I
Leo Dehlinger i the 14-year o 1 d
sensation, who drives 250 vards
"off the tee)' defeated Dr.,Correa
and 1: Dickerson d Bauxeard-
ner by default; Scott d. J. West West-man
man West-man by, default, and Erl, Fidan Fidanque
que Fidanque d. Richardson 2 and 1. Cain
d. Paz 'Esso' Rodriguez Sand'4
Willis d. Kascher 1 up: Mans
field f. Valdes 3 and 2; Meety d.
Abad 1 up; Drum d. JDr. Vives 4
and 3: Vallarino (Jc.T d. Runn 3
and 1, and.M. -Ar-de Janofl ,.d,
i-rus i ana 6, -;
'jTn li i. vnafrttt l,AtiuAAti f 11 i.a
Chandeck and David Halm an.
- AM HIS ..IH IV. I W.WM M V
playing in a foursome, Halm an re
ceived 'a possible serious injury
when hit lust above the left eye
by bail driven out -of the rough
on. No. 5 hola. He was finable to
continue the match and the match
will probably, be reolaved Thurs
day if Halman is sufficiently well
enough from the injury,
In the ladies', flight, Kay Pur-
dv fousht for her, 'life' to defeat
Twomey by a score of.l up, Bev
Dilfer defeated Helen Owen and
boat, Warin defeated, Irene Robin Robinson,
son, Robinson, .the 1957. champion. b.v : de
fault. Mr;. Robinson left the Isth
mus last weelf and was unable, to
defend her championship pile; : ?
Matches scheduled In the' se
cond rotnd are as listed; On the
men's chammonshio flight Lslly
(10) will play Botron li)TMuller
(3) vs Nene Arias (7 : Daiton !7)
vs the .winner of the Mav-Torres
match, .which also Wis 4ied up
Sunday afternoon" Erssmd de la
Ruardis 9) vs Dr. Masset : (6):
Bob Walker (V vs Hinkle (4)
Kade (8) vs Kline (7): Babb (4)
vs D"er (8), Herb Mitten, play
ing off hit tie with'Araneo, lso
niaved matched cards with dick
Dehlineer. who had previously de
feate'' Lones. Mittn with
his 37-36-73, took over Dehlinger
hv a scfe of 3 and 7 while de
featin Arango. fhu advancing to
t" th'H roun-lof blav.i where be
will met the- winnw of the Walker
Hinkle and" Kade Kline matches
The matches in the second
round in. the second flight .are:
Mike Maduro (20) vs Dr, Tapia
(14); Stan Fidanque (18) vs Duran
nsi (Two Lions-what a match!);
Loo Dehlinger (12) vs Dickersoni
(17) Scott (IS) vs Erl j'idanque
nsi: Cain (21) vs r Wi Ills I15VI
Mansfeld (16) vs the winner of the
Luis Chandeck David Halman
match; Col. Mooty (22 vs Drum
(17), and Ballarino (Jrl (15) vi
de Janon (13). i
In the ladies' flight, Kay Purdy
will meet her stiffet competitio'
when she set on the course .with
bmaggie Dalton; Senn will t" met
Louis Jones, while Bev. Dilfer will
play Mrs. Mansfield. Pat Waring
another platter winner from the,
1957 Dunlop tourney will met Mrs.
All listed matches must be play played
ed played prior to 6. p.m. "Sundays Nov November
ember November 2d. Full difference in hand handicap
icap handicap will be used in will match
play. If matches end in a tie, play
will be by 'sudden death' if .hand .handicaps
icaps .handicaps are equal, A
If handicap stroke difference id
even, ft extra holes shall be play'
ed, and if handicap stroke differ difference
ence difference is odd, 18 extra holes shall be
GOLFER W YEAR '
DUNEDIN, Fla. (UPI)-Harry
Pezzullo of Barrinoton.- RI;, Fri Friday
day Friday was named the PGA's golf
professional of the year. Pezzullo,
47, won the fourth annual award
Of the Profess'onal" Golfers' -Association
o' AmeF'e following the
Iballo'ing of a secret commit ee of
outstanding amateur gollers,.
Boston Collegb 6 Miami (Fla'i
Cortland St 8 Hnfutn n
Springueld' American1 Inter.
ViJlanova,13 Richmond, 8 v
Syracuse 14 JPenn State 6.
Northeastern "12 Massachusetts
Norwich 18 -Vermont 12
New Hampshire 18 Brandies 8-
Pittsbureb 14 Armv u
ncsicrn Maryiana so Kings CoL,0
Gettysburg 7, Muhlenberg
Penn Military 15 DrexeJ Tech $
Bunaio 34 to umhia n s
Navy 50 Pennsylvania 8 i
ueiaware zs- Connecticut ft J
Harvard 1 Dartmouth 1
Hob. Cross- 16 Boston TInl t r
Rutgers 44 Lehigh 13 f
Maine 40, sates 0 f ,
East. Stroudsbua A Wavneshnrtf n
F and M 30. Albrieht 14
W, Va.tWesleyan 12 W, Liberty 0
r-umuoro fo-ansiieia o
Westminster, (Pal) 21 JuniaU si
Anderson-44 V Bethany-' ( W.Va.)- 6
Trenton SC 58 Cbeyney St:
w.- va. St. 8 Morean st..
W;? Va. Tech 24 Fairmont 0
Bloomsbilrg T. .J2 Millertville T. 0
ioanon valley 14 Moravian 1 ;;
Trinity1 18 "Alfred' 8 ,
Cornell. 34 Princeton 8
Middlebury 18 R.P.I.'O 1
Yale 14 CoTgate T -'it
Amherst' 19 fWesleyan l' : i
Allegheny 12 Thiel 12 1
Hampden Sydney 34 J. Hopkins 8
Swarthmorc:24 Ursinus 0 f
Grove City 14 Susauehanna 12 r
'.afayette 34 Bucknell 8 I
imi, (fa.) T. 17 Lock, Haven 7
Williahis 37.Tufts w
Del, St. 26 i Lincoln fPa.i U. 8
Brown 47 Rhode Island 8
" ". "" - i
W, Va. 21 Va.Teeh 20' o'
Howard. U. 28 Fwk -Florida.
St. 10 Tennpue A
Georgia- 28 Kentucky 0
Alien 44 Alabama A and M 6
Xavier rLa.) 28 Knoxville 0
So. Car; St. 20 Fort Valley" 8
$ : ,;aAssicEAOB n i
Teams ." W L Team Av..
Marlboro . 22 6 937
Agewood I1 -Ou 14 809
Carta Vieja 14 14 908
ievmour Agency ,5-6 22 883
Bud Balcer took'ovt r. th.t leader leadership
ship leadership as 'far as averages in '. the
Classic. League are concerned. A
steany climb in "seven weeks' has
raised Baker's average from 187
to 204u Heijiai passed Bill Coffey
who1 Was at high as '225, but has
reveiea on to 202. other leading
averages:,' Colbert 198, Allen 197,
Marlboro 3 Carta V-ela 1
.The ability of the Marlboro
team to thrust aside their nearest
contendors -bat up to the present
iime nas ; given mem :,a comfort comfortable
able comfortable hold on first place. This week
Carta Vieja threatened when
they 'ooehed up with a 957 game
to. chalk up a win. But the Marl Marlboro
boro Marlboro team bounced right back and
swepi too remaining points with
out being extended.
Two residents of Curundu were
pineo against ; each other in the
leadoff spots, "Lane yfor Marlboro
"," Bet for Carta Vieja; and
dom put, on an excellent display
of bowlinw; Lafle nut together 211,
204 and 214 for 629, (isbest show show-ng
ng show-ng during this ? Classii, ; Seaenn.
Earl Best of Carta Vieja, was on
mi wav o a '700 senea-when he
rolled 235 and 227 n his4 first two
games, but fell off to 187 and set settled
tled settled for 649.
Also in the ranks Of the. Carta.
Vieja, Tato Samanieeo broka. 600.
but what ve;'the Marlboro the
edge was that ho one bad a bad
sere' whereas two 400. series pop popped
ped popped tip jor Carta Vieja. ,
Lane', f- 211 -204 214
T. Damian 162N179 212
i 919 969 985 2873
' -435 227
151 1 166 478
190 223 606
144 158 479
172 203 566
884' 937 2778
Seymour 1 Aoewood 2
'Agewood ran into irt 'aroused
an noped "up .Seymour team,
which'; was: out to. discard their
slump Going into the last 'frame
four, mark down the"v Seymours
put .on a last ditch rally and re recovered
covered recovered the : game by three pins.
The feature of this game was
Dick Soyster's 249. Paced hy Rol-
lf G'ienchman'g 223 and Balcer't
214, the Agewood, tallied a 60-mn
game. But. the scrappy Seymour
aggregation retaliated, when Ed
Kunkel smacked 245. and won the
-A deficit or four sticks; depnv
ed the Seymours from .getting the
TP ooint, Four of the ten bowlers
in the contest went over the 600
mark, Soyster Kunkel, Gliech Gliech-man
man Gliech-man and Balcer," Kunkel's 660
was his best for-the season and
the best of the night, for the Joop.
, 249 168
, 203 ,160
- 17? in
Soto i .,
; 164 174
980" 878, 963 2821
,- 214 ,223 182 619
,168 188 178 534
f 182 126 183 490
202 187 171 560
211214 197 622
Totals ', -: i 977 938 v 910 2825
Next week, the Carta Vieia and
Agewood wll tangle by an attempt
to break the second place tie, If
Alabama 9 Missbsippl St ,7
Clailin 22 Albany Ga.) St. 8
Morns Brown 20 Kentueky Stt, 8
o. ar. Col. 28, Maryland St. 6
V.M.L 42 Davidson 7
Iuke 20 No, Car; St. 13 r
Auburn 20 Maryland $jt f
vaauer,)ili 3 Virginia 8 4; k
Hampton Inst. '21 Va. St '18 il
"Viornstown (Tehn.) 8- D; Payne i
La. Col. 52. Southern -(Ark J St. 0
North Carolina -26 Wake Forest T
Alabama St.M Clark 8
Missouri 14 Iowa St., I . j?-.
Indiana U Miami (O.) 7 1
Tenn.- St '20 Central (O.) St. 8
Miss: Southern 15 w; Tex.1 St. 0
Memphis St 22 Ch:tanooga 7 ?
Texas Ji&H 33 Baylor 27 J.
'" "i Midwest :
Michigan 20 Minnesota 19
Western Res.';"2 Wayne St' -V. b
Illinois 16 Michigan. Stat 0
John Carroll 32 Case Tech 14
Ohio State TrWisconsin 7 '1.
Ohio V; 22 Marshall ,0
Sou; Illinpii 13 EasL" Michigan 9
Purdue 29 Notre Damn 22 i
Ohio Wesieyan 48:Wabash 23
Denion 39 :Capitai 1 8 A
m. Michigan 19 St.' Norbert's 6
Oklahoma -St. 19 Cincinnati 11
Indiana Central 26 Taylor 13
iuw o -iorinwesiern m ,,
Kent St., 8 Bowlinr? Green
Marietta i l4 Otterbein 12
Kansas' 14 fTulane 9 .-.. ;
Marquette a 27 ; Col, of Pacific 18
uetiance 3 Ohio Northern 13
Toledo 21 Western Michigan 6
Drake 14. Bradley 12
wneaton 16 Carro l 12 : i
Findlayt, 57 Wiit'ngton '6
Air Force Academy 16 Utah 14
Brigham Young 41 Montana 12
Stanford 21' U.C.L A.', 19
California 23 Oregon 6
Mu. L'al. 14 Waeh neton St
Oregon St 14 Washington 12
Colorado; 27 Nebraska 16
New Mexico 13 Wyoming 12
Utah St.; 18 Colorado State U. 0
Colorado College' 8 Idaho St. 7
Southern Methodist 20 Ga. Tech o
and it is a big,1'!?- Ihe Seymours
knook'the pins as they did this
weeV they could give Marlboro
;7t fro"Me. and cut down the
big leaij the Marlboro enjoy.
! 1 .'Complete Pfiz.e-winnlng Nnmben in the Ordinary
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arss aisas a ga-ta,sag a a sal ,,s"
.e-nning numoer. or yesterday'. Lottery Drawlna; were sed at:.The 1st, Chlrul, 2nd. Panama and 3rd. Los Santo.
Th Nine Hundred whole tfcket. ending In $nd not Included In the above llat win Fifty Two Dollars ($52.00) each
' Th jWhole, ticket has fifty-two pieces Vhich comprise the -two series "A" & "B"
.""A, PiL-. 'I'
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WITNESSES: Fernando Romo-Ced. 8-27069
NOTE wlnnlnf lh lh tut cipher and with tht two lait
iiw IS,, M cipher apply only to tho Flrtt Prize
The rim Prize and the 2nd and trd Prize ro drawn aeparately. The ap appro
pro appro motions calculated on Hi rimt, Second and Third prize. In eai
ticket hould crrv th number of ch prize, the holder I entitled to
claim payment for aeh, ...yi..'-..'l.,-, ..... v
Sunday, October 26, 1958
Drawing Number 769,1; -' '' '' '''
, -i ,' ,u V t V Fraction;'' TicketV'
First Prize. .
ft i i
Second Prize. .
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Most Mr active' Prize Fight
NEW YORK (UPI) This
week's mostattractive- fight will
be staged at Lonoon tomorrow
night, when -souaipaw D ate
Charnley .lightweight, champion
of the British Isles, makes his bid
for a sho i at' the world title In a
10-round bout with American Car
los Ortiz at Harringay Arena.
Harringaysoon: to become" a
warehouse: and Promoter J a e k
Solomons reported that all 9.500
ticke s were sold, out three weeks
Rice Trounces Army
In Quosl Of Second
Slraighf 5Y Crovn
,r-i.i4'' e-'' i
HOUSTON Texas, Oct, '25 -r
(UPI) Rice Institute lead by
the brilliant passing ana 'running
of quarterbacks Jon Schnable and
Alvuj Hartman, crushed the na na-tionatly
tionatly na-tionatly fourth-ranked Texas Un University
iversity University Longhorns, 34-7, Saturday
night before a capacity crowd of
72,000 fans. t. t
The defeat was the first -of the
season for Texas and moved Rice
in a strong position as a contend contender,
er, contender, for its second straight conferen conference
ce conference crown.
Texas, which only two weeks
ago rose up to defeat the Universi University
ty University of Oklahoma 15 14, was
stopped cold by a tremendous
The only bright spot in the game
for the Longhorns came within 39
seconds to go when Clarl Branch
intercepted a pass by .-Rice quart quarterback
erback quarterback Bobby Wright and ran 90
yards to score.
: .."' ... s v,
Score by periods: ... i
Rice- 0 13 14 7-?4
Texas t 0 0 7 77
Mississippi 14- Arkansas 12
North 'Texas State 8 Tulsa .7
Oklahoma 40 Kansas St. $
Rice 34 -Texas 7
Hardin Simmons 13 Wichita 8
Idaho 24 Arizona 16 ,
OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF
PANAMA. REPUBUC Olt PANAMA
piecei aiviaaa in
, Third Prize
v, ISS DO
, I5S M
Approximations Derived From First Prize
by:.The Goverilor tt the Province
PtlTw I 1 J-
THE 3 STRIKES
ji no I
PRIZES ARE PAID WITHOUT', DISCOUNTS OR TAXES
-Orff d rln Week s
Oruz of New York. classy
young boxer puncher, lost but
one.of .his 29 professional starts.
He is ranked fourth among con contenders
tenders contenders for Joe Brown's 135-pound
crown, Charnley of England is
rated third, t,y;: ..
Although Charnley is light lightweight
weight lightweight contender, he outpoin'cd
the number one we'terweight con con-tender
tender con-tender Don Jordan' of Los An An-geles
geles An-geles earlier this year..
.'Wednesday night's television
fight (ABC) brings together mid mid-dleweight's
dleweight's mid-dleweight's Rory Calhoun 4 "and
Franz Szuzina at ihe Rochester
(N.Y.), Memorial Auditoripm. j
Calhoun of White' Plains, N.Y.;
WQuO'X-"Mrtn' wW" 'MWWw.'WWS
FLtlNfl CHARtlE FRENCH, getting away by Inches from tha
fingers of th Crlst6bal player In the bottom Jeft corner, -con-linues
on an end play, Dave Adams (84) comes from behind to j;
elve French some blocking: Tigers won. 7-0. at Mt Hope last s
Frflay. Jt.wfts their firstvUV
Drawinx No;" 2068, Sandajr,;
f : 1 '.. i i'-1: it .'
two tenef "A & "bt' or 26
'.'.-$ ?; 7,800.00
' 15fi M
r 158 88
. 16 M
7588 i r 156 08
7888 1 ise 00
7788 .156 0O
of Panama. JQSE A. CAJAR ESCALA
. r" i
Treasury JOEL MEDINA
Notarv PubU?. pJ SSS
"iK!" 2llLk.P'!i ,n ln wh the Official List of Panama ts
ihe office of the Nitlon.l Bewefident Lottery ltted on Central Avenue?
PLAN OF JJKDINARY DRAWING No. 2069 WHICH WILL
TAKE PLACE SUNDAY,
Divided In two erlea of M fntction
J rim prize.' rm-Im a
J Second Prize, Series A and B. of
' .i TWrd Brio. Serim A and of
" 1 Approximatlmw, Serlec'A and B, of
J frizeo; Series A Js. .Of.,,
rn, eerie a ana n. or
. ;:Prize,, rie Al and B, f.
'i'fi :,' J "', 1 SECrfND
. 18 Approximations. ,Srie A and B,
, trlzeo, Serlea Aland B, of
i. .. v-uinn
18 Approximations, ISerlea A and B, of
. rnm serie A, and of ;
(174 Prize ', ". "s 4'
: V Price ot a, whole ticker
rnce or q wpa part
ArWfe': Vio.VjiS, j;.,.,- .rijy.H.'j
. ,.,.,. T ....
is rated ninth among contende's,'
and be is favored at 8-5 over the
"Ura'ed. buzzsaw. from Germany.
Each is a fair puncher. Calhoun
scored j knockouts while rwii rwii-mng
mng rwii-mng 36 of his 42 bouts. Szuzina
belted out 23 while winning 43 uf
Hogan Kid Bassey of Nigeria!
world fea herwe'ght champion,
will meet ex-challenger .Carmelo
Costa- of New York in a non-titlt
10 rounder at Madison Squaro -Garden
Friday night, Bassey ,s
favored at 3-1. :'"'""'t': ,!,,
v,' : J'"--,v:',3--v
Their bout will be televisea anj
broadcast nationally by NBC.
Bassey! registered 19 knockout
while-winning 33 of 45 bouts.
over BHS jBlrice-1951.-- s
(Photo: BUI Ktrwand)
October -26, 1958
pieces tzta ; u
PABLO A, PINe M.
Secretary f :
NOVEMBER 2. 1958
mch denominated "A"
$28,000.00 each Hei J52.000M
i.biju.w eacn aerie li.cnu.uo
3.900.00- each oerle W- 1,800.00
260.00 each aerie .360.H0
1 JOO.OO each erte i- 23.400 00
78.00 each rlg J 14.040 00
26.00 each lerlw 46,800 00 1
65.00, each leries I 2,340 00
190.00 each terles 3,340.00
52.00 eacli terin 1.873 00
78.00 each aerie 1.404 00
: :I .V
THIS SPACE 13 FOR ALZ
,-.,FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2;0740 r
' ' THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE y
.FOR INFORMATION 'TELEPHONE 2-C743
- w III
V -V ; Resorts j I ApaVtments
j. w i
PHILLIPS Oecantife CeHaM
Santa Clan R V P. Ph
urn 1-1 177 Cristobal I-167J.,
V? Shrapnti't furnisha home.
' Santa Clara Baah. Call Balboa
' TEltVIStON SERVICE
; Wa repair in vur horn
, Wt ion'r rerand to guarantee
' wr rk. Wi suaranraa it
- PHONE THE EXPERTS;
Tivoli Avtnnt No. 1 8-20
Complete lasting repairs. All
makes of TV. Hi-Fi. transmitters.
Ellis Williamt and Alfonso Shirley
& "U.I. TELEVISION"
f The eldest Independent TV Senr-
? ice in Panama, and tha Canal
, Zona. No pick up and delivery
ehare.es, 9:00 A.M. to 10:00
; P.M., Saturday to 6:00 P.M.
. PH. 3-7607.
'A. Prompt aervica .....
Pair prleaa ...
Boston Technicians ........
30 years h electronics
6 MONTHS GUARANTEE ON
PARTS INSTALLED. Ask for MR.
TV. Panama 2-3142.
Protect your home and proper property
ty property against Insect damage.
Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
VATICAN CITY (UPI) The
Vttican City newspaper "Osser "Osser-atore
atore "Osser-atore Romano" appeared with-
out its black mark of mourning
yesterday for the first time since
:' the death of Pope Pius XII. The
newspaper had carried a full
black border on its front page for
the nine-day funeral period for
. the late pontiff. 1
Excercistnf Machines. Tnrklsi
the Mctevy way. Body
bath. Trained operators tor ladies
and gentlemen. Get resoltev
, MASSAGE SALON X
J. Axwemeaa Ave. S-4a
, Tel. I-2MI,
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates aivd information
Tel Panama 2-0552
Inc. air tare, transfers, tours,'
and delove hotel
leave etey Tuejs. and frl
v Tel; Panama 2-16C1
' (A "t,
35 mm Camera
f.. 1.9 lens 6M.50
more for your Dollar.
155 Central Ave.
ONLY $2 4.00
ONLY 2.3 Lbs.
$ for y
' Tenemos siempre en stock una linea completa de estufas
a kerosin marca PEPFECTION la.marca de estufa mas
" popular en PanamAt
;.Recuerde que la PERFECTION siempre Uene repuestos
en el mercado nunca se queda huerfana.
4' La" PERFECTION es la etufa flue-nunca falla!
Muebleria CASA SPARTON
Leaving Isthmus: Best chance
now to get a modern I bedroom
apartment vin Bella Vista com completely
pletely completely furnished, including linen,
kitchen utensils and telephone.
For furniture down payments and
monthly payment. Ready to
move in I November.' Tel. 3 3-3484.
3484. 3-3484. FOR RENT: Army inspected
furnished one bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, with kitchinette, 4th of
July Ave. 17-18, phone 2-1140.
FOR RENT: Campo Aleg re. Ex Exceptional
ceptional Exceptional nice furnished '1 room
apartment,- near El Panama hot,
water, call 3-1789.
FOR RENT Modem ana-bad-room
apartment, hot water,
facilities, laundry conveniences,
garage, etc. New building
"PORTOFINO" in 68th, Street,
El Cangrejo.. Phena 3-6634.
FOR RENT: Luxuriously fer fer-nishad
nishad fer-nishad apartments, decorated by
well known Interior decorator.
Rental include all utilities, maid
service, telephone and 24 hour
watchman. Ask at "Arte y Dece Dece-racion"
racion" Dece-racion" store in Edlficio Campo
Aleitra on Via Espana across from
Hotel El Panama Hilton,, Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-7425.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment in new house, $80.00 with
utilities.. Ave. Mexico 69 near
43rrf Straet, Bella Vista. Phone
FOR RENT: Large space for
drive in, commitaary, faoite or of offices.
fices. offices. 50th Street and 16th, Tal.
ItQ 193.4 y f. ir -i
Mercedes, luilding. Do luxe com commercial
mercial commercial and office building, Am Ample
ple Ample parking space. Night watch watch-.
. watch-. man. Moderate rents. Balboa
Avenue, next' to inuns school.
Ricardo A. Miro S. A. Tel.
'Ami (haft Flight'
After a fast whirlwind tour of
the U.S.A.. USO-JWB'a 'Flight A-
round the World in an Arm Chair
With the TJJ30-JWB,r, will have its
second showing tonight, at the
ySO-JWBArmed Force y Srvice
Ctef Vgnriintr, ; at 7ZB.
. The bi weekly program, a film
presentation of outstanding places
in the outstanding countries of tne
world, will concern itself with the
big city of New York and the lat
st. Orange, Bowl game.
The New York film will present
the ever amazing flood of colors
hat is found only on Broadway
and adjacent corners at night. The
Urn will also show tne inira
Avenue "El" subway, onetime
landmark, no longer to be seen in
New York; .City. The film also
shows the intricate 'arteries of
bridges that. )iave" made a cos
mopolitan city ot a i piace mai
would otherwise have been but an another
other another large town
The Orange Bowl Game presents
in color, the excitement, glamor
and glory to be-found only at
Bowl Game time.
UNITED 8TATKS OF AMERICA
Unite States Distrust Court, For
. Xh,.plstrlet ot The Canal one
A ni.ilclnn M ttnlbOfl
- ujiii 'a wtivitln. Plaintiff vs.- Paula
D. Lykins, ; Defendant.! Summons Case
No. 4758 Civil Docket 21 Action lor
K'th above-named deterjant;
Yoii are hereby reared to appear
and answer the complaint filed In the
above-entitled action within ninety days
after the first publication.
In case of your failure to so appear
and answer. Judgment will be taken
aeainst you by default for the relief
demanded in ine- compiami.
WITNESS tne MonoraDie umnut r.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Tmirt for the District- of the Canal
Zone, this 10th day of October. 1958.
sara oe rim
1 By Marian D. Bowen
. Deputy Clerk
To Paul D. Lykins ...
The foregoing summons la served up upon
on upon vou by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie V
Crowe, Judge. United States DIstrM
Court for (he District of the Canal Zone,
dated October 1958, and entered and
tiled In this action in the office of the
office of the Clerk of said United Statfs
District Court for the Division of Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, on October UI5S.
Sari de la PeAa
By Marian D. Bowen
LEAVE tOUm AD WITH ONK OF OCB
INTERNAL DE PUBLICATION r 3
BABDik No. M B Btreet murkisum
. ... ....
ARMAC1A VAN DER-J1S SO Street No
ATHIS Beside the Belle Viata Theatre
FOR SALE: 1955 Buick Rivera
Super, blue and white, radio,
heater, wsw, power steering,
powar brakes, leu than- 27,000
miles, one owner, 6 tires, blue
leather and nylon upholstery.
Available on or about I Nov.
Must see to appreciate $1395
Phono Clayton 87:6204 of Clay
ton 87-7232 after 5 p-.ni.
FOR SALE,; .51 Lincoln, good
, tires, radio, $250.00,' P. Richard
0853. Balboa, Tal. 2-1235.
FOR SALE) Volkswagen 2 doer
Sedan, perfect, condition, price
$1)00.00, sea EskildTsen, ColoN
Motors Panama, 2-1669. i
FOR- SALE: 1957 Mercury
Monterrey 4 door sedan, radio,
heater, powfr equipped, '$2700.
Phone Quarry Height .2208
see at quarters 36. i
FOR SALE: Clean 1957 Ford
V-8, priced low, Balboa 2-2988
FOR SALE: 1952 Willys Sta Station
tion Station Wagon, excellent condition.
Phone, Panama 3-5286. A
FOR SALE: 1958 Ford Station
Wagon. Six cylinders,: four door,
extras. Will finance within Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone. $2350.00.) Balboa 2 2-3050.
FOR SALE: '1955 Mercury
Monte I air hatdtop, white over
green, Mercomatic,? wsw, radio,
rear speaker, backup lites. Call
FOR SALE: 1957 Deluxe luick
Century hardtop, 2-door, duty
paid, airconditionedr, perfect
condition, may be financed,' con-'
tac Pino" Panama 3-3278.
FOR SALE; 1949 Do Luxe
Chevrolet, tudor, sedan, good'
mechanical condition, good fires.
Home 2-2752. office 2-3498. ;
FOR SALE : Fpr model 'A'i
two door, ,yery .good condition, ;
$195.00. leaving the country.
Call 1859. Balboa after 5.00
Lady Beatty Back
In London On Arm
01 Frankie $ Agent
LONDON (UPD American
borrt' a.ady Adelt Beatty came
back to .JLOndon i last .n i h t
from JSwitzerUnrf: orf 'the 8rm, 0f
paren ly to resume' her rocky ro
ma nee with tne -crooner.
The twice-wed beauty, who was
born in Oklahoma stepped off a
plane rom Zurich'' where 'she
flew Friday after a ,tUf,YrU the
singer in a niehtclub. u
Sinatra remained in seclusion
in his $75-a-day hotel suite and
did. not greet her at the airport.
ns ageni, t;wan juoyd, did the
welcoming honors instead. .. )
He took Lady Beatty s arm;as
she stepped from the airliner and
shepherded! her-4hrough customs
and out to a waiting limousine.
She brushed aside reporters'
questions' about the romance But
Lloyd told them "everyone is off
the beam on this matter.
everyth ng else that, is published
is wrung, wrong. ,.
Sintra, who arrived here last
Sunday to : attend a benefit pre
miere which Queen Elizabeth will
attend toniwht nieht had heen
escorting the 36-year-old divorced
wife of Earl Beatty on a round of
ngni club-and party dates untilj
LONDON (UPI1 Yilcmslavii
has appealed to Britain for eco
nomic aid, the British Foreign Of Office
fice Office said yesterday.
A spoVman sa'd thr aid T!e
quest will be discussed during
'-"th YmcosIxv Fnreira Min.
ister Koca Popovic who was in in-viled
viled in-viled to London by the British-
yimoslavia wasrsaid to-be. seek seeking
ing seeking between 28 million, dollars and
4? rnillM dollars .for purchase .if
about 20.000 tractors,' a lar
aiinlity nf harvflsting machiftuy
and a new fertilizer' plant.
A For' trn Office snnkpsm on
stressed that Britain has not de decided
cided decided vet whether to grant the
requested aid. Informed sources
iM Yueoslavia has turned to
Britain to replace economic aid
-it o'' Russia'.
Exolpioh 1h Copl
ljihe Traps 14 Men
' BISHOP, Va.. Oct. 27-(UPI)-An
Explosion rocked a Pocohon Pocohon-tas
tas Pocohon-tas Fuel cocoal mine here ear early
ly early today, trapping 14 of 180 min miner
er miner inside, -i t 1 1,
The' bldst was at the same
mine where' 37 men died in an
exnloslon Feb;, 4, 1947.
The West Virginia Mines Dept.
I under' whose Jurisdiction the
borderline mine comes, conlirm-r-t
that an explosion had taken
place' at the mine, located about
j 35 miles south of Welch, W. Va.
Mim omrai a n vr vsr sunt, NAMt r.rRRFRIA MEC1ADO T' Street Mo. H
rm. vun vi r vu intiiinEl BuiDuar'V IV I r.rra.n.itll. a I1SM
..n.w. ..n. n v kt
.f?.?Tj 4T. STVTrU)i ituvirr-t.. Tlvnli N. FARMACIA ESTAJDOS UNIDOB Ut
ti FARMACIA EL B ATURRO Paro. o Letevre I Street J VAAMACIA "SAS
COLON OFFICE; l$tfe ptieet end Aaaadoi Ceeneta) Ne, 14,211.
FOR 1SALI Chinese' mandarin i
rug 9x12. Til. Balboa i-4479."
fOR SALE: Springs 12.50. t
Mattresses 8.00. Chairs 2.50, :
Double Beds Complete ftpm A
39.00, Hollywood Beds from
39.00, China Closets 15.00, i,
Mahogany Dinmg Suites from -30.00,
Metal Dining Table 9.00,'
Wrought Iran Uring and Dining
Roon. .Suites, Jnnerspring Mat- -tresses
t. CASH or CREDIT.'.
WE DELIVER. HOUSEHOLD EX EXCHANGE.
CHANGE. EXCHANGE. 4 1 Auto Row. We Pay
Cash or Your Old Furniture,
Collection Of Color
n Balboa Lounge
Residents of Panama Citv are
being invited to take a "trip a-,
round the,Caribbean" via the lens
af photographer Con Nibbehnk
whqse 60 Jarge full-color 'photos
are on exhibition bow in the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa lounge oi El 'Panama Hilton.
. The selection coveri landscapes,
seacapes, architerutre m a Bk.et
places,- and people of -many na nations.'
tions.' nations.' Each picture is ad intimate
glimpse of lue in these countries
giving a "you are there" felling.
Manama, which vuf featured in
three photos, is the first country
to receive tins collection of photo
grapns, to pe .snown to tne puo
&c at the hoteMhrou2h Kbv.'S. :
,. Nibbehnk) who has swntten sew
erals books' tin photography and
many- aruciei wmcn nave gopear
ed, .in national, photographic mat!'
azines.'spent? p considerable time.
traveiung through Mexico,' Guate Guatemala,
mala, Guatemala, Panama, Venezuela. and
the islands'' of 'the7 Caribbean: The
beauty and glamour of these plac
es are faithfuHy captured by vmb-helink's-camera-
on. K.special "paper- wluca 'aoes
full justice to the subjeqts.
lnv addition to colorful word de descriptions
scriptions descriptions under each picture, Nib
behnk has written photographic
information helpful to jie ,tma ,tma-tp.nr
tp.nr ,tma-tp.nr nhntJiCMDher." '.
1 NiDbelink; 1s an -editor ; Ko
dak's sales, feervice-aJivision, and
the displays is arranged, by ;Kov
daK-ranama, 140 t,
Are Put On Sale
'J rhrtatmas" cards designed by
the. artists, oi tne eoweiy oi me
National Vuseum-' of; Panama
went on sale-teda?. 1
The hand tolored artists'
cards are limited in quantity and
are available at Felix B. Madu-
ro'g two stores; The American
Bazaar; Artery Decoracion; pa pa-b'ylandla;
b'ylandla; pa-b'ylandla; George F,'KoVey, attd
i. Marturo iMaauruo s.
The total oroceeds from this
initial fuhd drive of the MUsedm
Society will ftp to improve tnej
museum displays and- further i
the activities of the institution.
Prices range ( from ten to 25
cents The hand-nainted cards
because of the moderate pricing,
are selling ranldly and re-orders
will not be filled at once,, and
will be limited. All of the de
available In the hand
painted and black and white
versions.;' t, .
Startinsr tomorrow tne soqic-
tv' 30th; Street Museum Shon
will be ooen from.!0:15 to 12:15
am Tuesdays through Fridays
and from 3 to 5 T.m. Saturdays
and iPundaysj A bl-llnguaj mem member
ber member of the society will be avail-
ahip at. the museum telephone
3-3106, to answer questions and
a'; the shoo discounts will pe
piven on ouantltV iSales of oyer
$10 Discounts starting at 10 per
cent Will be mvaiiaoie only on
black and white cards.
Inoulries about special orders
can be directed to, the business
manager, Mrs.sflarold Rosen at
Panama 3-.1344 'or Ihe committee
chairman Mrs j Yvonne Novey
Benrirt at the workshop, Panama
AIR CONDITIONING FILTERS
ADHESIVE COATED I GLASFOSS
AIR FILTER MATTING
We. make you. a Metal Frame that fits your, AIR,
CONDITIONER and provide it With tha GLASFOSS (
matting.for about $3.50 total.. When' filter becomes
filled with dust you can buy t naw FLOSS FILTER
MATTING fof about $1.00 and put It in the frame f
yourself. lM, )
IIOJALATERIA PANAMA, S. A.v
:r' Call 85 y Tr'ansfstmlci
y' "T' Tels. 3-6122 23 1
I. HI. .11. MA ai Villi. Il I
r FOR SALE : Automatic Ken-
more washer, Transoceanic pert- i
able radio, child's trkyele. Qtrsv
No. 39. Albrwk, phona 6142.1 i
FOR SALI Used Royal type typewriter,
writer, typewriter, good 'condition, $45.00.
Tela. 3-4S4I, 3-7001.' .
FOR SALEs Maytag automata
washing machine. $l95.00.No.'
6, Dr. Albert Navarre, telephone
3-0853. p i t
F0 SALE.2 eac Steam boil--ers.
Package unit, horiaental fire
tub' type with' receiver tanks,
i Almost like new. Call Fedra Mi Miguel
guel Miguel 225. r ;
FOR SALE: Kanmor.ro-a-
' press ironorr. 1931 A medel Ford,
1941 4 doer Bulckr. Phone 2 2-211,
211, 2-211, house No. 79X Morgan
Avenue, Balboa. w"-
FOR SALE: Bids accepted Mar Marine
ine Marine Corp Exchange (Redman.
' C.Z. Far 1952 Frd panel .track
until 3 November. Truck may be
' teen and bid "submitted by any
person r organisation C. Z. or
Panama. Exchange reserves right
x.ta reject any bid. Navy 3692.
Liquidation, sal Treat. ah urbt,
house' "plants, etc. M greatly
reduced prices. 95th straet, San
Francisco across from entrance
Panama Golf 'Club. Dora. Ben Ben-naff.
naff. Ben-naff. -' ,
FOJt SALE.- Sectional safa, 11
, ft. Hotpomt refrigerator, water
, heater, baby crib.'all good con condition.
dition. condition. 'Owner tMmfarrad. Call
1 1-6490. N O :
FOR SALEr-liMii. Hl.pr sri
I tape records 3 ipeaker remote
I control, acceiorias.- Phon,e
f, ranama 7 a.m. 5 K.m.
Rescue Crews Seek
Eniiy Inlo Mine;
Sure Miners Dead
SPRINGH1LL, N.S. (UPI)-Res
cue crews nacKea awar at an
emergency passage into a disss
Ltep-wrecked coal mine, today al
woom oe 83 dead.
Only 11. bodies had. been recov recovered
ered recovered and' identified.- tj
That left 82 miners unaccount unaccounted
ed unaccounted for. Some of their ..'bodies had
been found, but mine-' officials
would not say how i many until
they had been identified.
awhile families, of the known
dead attended funerals, the res rescue
cue rescue workers cut a tunnel to With Within
in Within 170 feet of an underground
chamber where most of the miss-
ing werefeared trapped.-.
Officials, said it might take .two
more days to reach the chamber,
which was sealed off by an earth
shattering coal' steam V'bdmp"
Thursday nieht Removal vf
lodie niy"take weeks, officials
Eighty-one ,of the 174 men
caught in the, mine by the earth
shock were .rescued during the
first 12 hoiirs after the disaster.
f iiteen of them, still were in se serious
rious serious condition Sunday. v
German Doc May
For Camp Murders
BONN (UPn-West Rnrrnan
has giva up hope that a former
oncentratioa:1 camp doctor v.who
led to the VmtedX Arab Republic
k. .'--cie prosecution ill ever
come ceio.'e a Herman eourt
; Foreign Ministrv aourcea tWa
said that investlsation of the leffal
position ; 1 n v o 1 v J n g Drofians
t.iseie, wanted lor trial for mur mur-'ers
'ers mur-'ers alleeedly f committed .'in a
concentration camp 17 years ago,
M i mat lie could not
The United Arab 'Rennblic for
mally' Informed i Westy Germany
f.iflw : that IP.lrtAlA .AllM tl.
surrendered because of a statute
o. -i mitatiQns in the U.A.R. of JO
years. ' r '.'.
Th limit m this country for
murder 29 years.
II IMT JllDirmeiDI JKWBU UB .Id Bi
Via FORJUS 111 hOVEOAUU
' ', J
FOR SALE: Lot 500 and 1.000
meters, ia the Nuevo Hipidrem
Urbanisation, across, the Raman v
Racetrack. All lot with street !-fronts,
fronts, !-fronts, sowage, water main and
-; electricity. Call W, McBarnert.
Tel., 3-2567."'. '?
FOR SALE: Property located f
: El ?Vallr: 3 bedroom houaa
:: 6.000 square meter land, fruit
I trees, river with dam. ;Sals price
$22,000, reasonable terms. iAp'
1 ply Adolfa Noriega, El Valla.
American Red Cross On Canal Zone
Puts Books On Transiting Ships
'It 1 not unusual. for the Ca Canal.
nal. Canal. Zone Chapter of the Ameri American
can American Red Cross to receive letters
from officers and crew members
throughout the Pacific thanking
them for a service which has
grown to be something unique
with this particular chapter
.This service, is the collection
and distribution of magazines.
vThe service of collecting; and
sorting jused books and maga
zines for distribution to hospi hospitals
tals hospitals throughout a community, as
Is done on the Atlantic and Pa Pacific
cific Pacific side -of the Zone, is v not
Wlthirt Itself unique. J'
' But the fact that this service
has, In the Canal Zone, expand expanded
ed expanded to embrace distribution to
shins transiting the canal is
unusual and has proved ltseii 10
be itreatly appreciated.
t it ha,met a need of merchant
seamen and indigent passengers!
who Spend long periods aboard
shlps at sea. l. ,y i
Merchant1 seamen-, vibosk in income
come income is not. sufficient to allow
the luxury of reading material,
have written warm letters of ap appreciation
preciation appreciation which prove that old
material, which others have al already
ready already enjoyed to its-'f ullest. Is
new and relaxing to them. ?
i .It has been learned by the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Chanter nthat upon. ar-
rivat of : ships In ':New Zealand,
papers back books, supplied ;f or
Immigrant passengers are1 don donated
ated donated to smair remote libraries
and gratefully received.
,. British Naval personnel who
received magazines, and books
when n route to the Easter Is
lands on a prolonged training
mission expressed their appre
elation' for the reading material'
which meant 'so much to them
during the long weeks at sea
: All" types of books aft mag
azines- are', appreciated. Chil
dren's story books and comic
books are often1 requested for
immigrant ships,, paper hack
books for, those whq can read
and understand English and pic pictorial
torial pictorial magazines can be enjoyed
by all whether or not they have
a reading knowledge of the Eng
lish,-language: a-- v
books ana magazines are ens
TRYING THEIR HAUD Explorer Scouts Ralph Perkins (left)
of Post No; 3 and Chris Skeie of Troop No. .3,. both In Balboa,
sit in the cockpit of a C-47 transport plane and see how lt
feels to "take the controls." The two, along with 23 other Ex Explorer
plorer Explorer Scouts were later: taken up tor a 45 minute flight In a
Wanted smooth tire, suitable fof
Nacional.N Peru Avenue 7'
Phone 2-0406. V
WANTED; Urgently chalet ar
apartment furnished f r unfur unfur-nishad;
nishad; unfur-nishad; two bedrooms, rosidental.
sector. Call Tel. 3-1710, morn;
iwos or 3-0868 evenings.-
- Boats &, Motors
FOR SALE: 1 50 ft.
i 'Launch, 225 h.p. Diesel, grey
' marina, is in vary good condition
I Registered In Panama. Phone
! Balboa-1 806.
trlbuted regularly to Ooco Solo
and Gorgas; Hospitals,- through
the Canal Zone-, Chapter of
American Red Cross. V"-
' Anyone wishine tc" donate
books' and magazines,1" to -this
service majr call the American
Red cross oliice all euner ens
tnhal o Bnlhoo v v i
-The magazines are -collected
weekly, sorted and packaged and
!then distributed to the hospitals
and to the shipping agents who
have requested tnis service.
All ot this collection, sorting
and distribution, is done k by
American Red Cross volunteers
on the Atlantic and pacific side
of the Canal.1
JC Student: Assn.
Names Chief Editor
r ' a. Jf ;
The Canal 'Zone Junior College
Student Association has announced
the appointment of Brian. Cox i
sophomore froraTDiabl Heights
as editor-in-chief the 1959 issue of
the Conquistador, the yearbook ef
the "college. !. f vA'
Gloria Talt, Gaspar Aavarado
ana jauKiyn vones: are assuciaie
editor; business manager, and pho
tograpner, 1-especuveiy, 1
1 )0ther members of the' staff are
Arlen Baxter, Beverly, iBestj Nan Nancy
cy Nancy BrVant,' Jacqueline Dunn, Mil
dred' Gibbst Jo Ann Harte, Joyce
Jordan, Elma Kent, Eric Larsen,
Joan v Lawler,;: Judith t McCullough,
Sandra Metheney Dorothy Metz Metz-ger,
ger, Metz-ger, Gladys Miller, Pat Peck,
Margarita- Reimann. Auristela
Schmidt. Sylvia Spurlock. and
This year's Conquistador will be
.the 24th issue, the first naving ap
peared in .1936, to commemorate
the record of tne secona ; ciass
graduate 'from the- Canal Zone
Junior College. "" i
The book is expected to appear
Ht it ii an i imr.m -I vHT
WASTED TSFFtbllT t
OWLING GREEN," S.iSC (UPI)
Thwi Wat verv little profit for
- t the burglar or burglars-who stole
la safe -from- the post, office, .it
- 1 contained ne mcKe.
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i -ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS' I
i t, DRAWER "A", DIABLO
?BQX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX ; It
PHONI BALBOA 170 , '1
Te- recenstract a tlraalgnlfie v
aeonomy. We ; guarantee ea .A -'
wark. Reconstructera Naelenel,'',.'
Para Avenue 7, Phene a-040fc,Vi
' tn. Mens Whitai Yew visit ai.
. Count. ng feptrtmn CASA AD?
iwinADta win be apraciarasl.
Red Pc-2r P:m:r.i;:
Fasisrn:( ifeluio : ;y
MOSCOW (UPn.-i Thai
munist Party newspaper Pravdi
aemanoed' yesterday that Soviet -author
Boris Pastprnaiik r1nit th ai
Nobel Prijse for literature he won y
last Thursday for a4ook that was
banned jn.Russia- is .. -II
'The demand, Was madeW!ii'aa 1
article by veteran Pravda com-
mentator David Zaslavsky 'who
wields 'One -of the most vitrioli
pens in tne boviet Union. 4 v -Zaslavsky
that such a rejection I wai i ttx.
tremely unlikely because Paster-
naK "lacks even a spark of So.
viet dignity and is without 'any t-
snrea ot patriotism In Ws-souL"1, r
Pasternak 'Slread'v liad eommn.
nicated his ; acceptance of tha -priie
iri cable JSaturday .to the '
Swedish, Academy, in- Stockholmr
xne rravaa k jirucle 'attacke
Pastertalc as in "ungifted indl-,r
vidualist who deliberately .mde',, ,-'v
himself a tool -of reactioflary V''
bourgeois .propaganda.;, ; i-i 4J
In "a three-column article; the ;
vunuiiuuisi rny uewsnaper aiso, i-
rp-atd- Saturday's "Llter-f
ary Carette? la r t i e j t' which !-r
blasted, the prise-winning .;. author r
r yvr zjuvago" as, a "counter-
yThes was ftto' Indication as ef
now 'whether Pasternak wduld be
going1 to Stockholm for the formal
award ceremonies.',. The Writers.
Union4he' most- powerful 1 group ;
in soviet, uteraturef nas not -yet
formally, expressed Its attitude.
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Am Tel .and Tel i
, Anaconda Copper
- Bicroft Uranium
British "Pet It,'
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t 11-18 7
"' 59 r
, Canadian Eagle '
Cerrd de Pasco
Chicago Gt West a
- Creole Pet i,
, Crown Corp and Seal''
1 Cuba Venezuela Oil
' EI Pasof Nat Gas, w
Fargo Oil ; ;
iFelmont Pet P
Gen Elec r
. Gen Motors 1
', Getty Oil s
Gulf Oil it.
Farsco Steel '
' Howe Sound
Int Tel and Tel t
'Martih Co." t
New Eng T aneVT
; Norrlen; Ketay'a.
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San" Jscinto ',
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, Signal Oil and Gas, H
Sinclair OiV lifA
Socony" Mobilr i fc
' Snerr Rand i
Stan Oil NX : 4.,"
Pterl'ng Pcision' J ,J
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Tsxas Gulf ProA." 1
- Underwood v '.
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series. He plays the grandpa of the. two.cuties seen above'
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As Election Rice Entei$FInaI Week .
" IC i in t I 5
Mixon tGo To
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; 'WASHINGTON. Oct. 27 (UPI)The';l958 political campaign swung into its; final we9K;today with President
" Eisenhower and Vice-president Richard M.vNixon booked .into critical ttaf0twtw .Republican -candidate- are
Hrtv, Nixon and GOP chairman Meade: Alcorn claimed improved Republican prospects, knd scoffed at polls,;
: indicating Democrats will increase their Congressional majorities.' Democrats liked what
The President planned to
palgn fight. Prospects were
publicans cheering since his
:' Alter an airport speech late
today at Charleston, W. Va., Els.
erihower speaks from Pittsburgh,
- pa tonight over an lP.-state tel television
evision television network.
-The GOP is trying save two
US' Senate, seats they now hold
irT.'WPst Vireiniaivl another In
'Pennsylvania, in the-voting Nov.
- '-'Nixon was starting the day at
Minneapolis. Minh., in a state
where GOP Sen: Edward J- Thye
Is ii a toueft reelection battle.
'The vice president was sched sched-Uld
Uld sched-Uld to co to Battle Creek, Ka Kalamazoo
lamazoo Kalamazoo and Flint, Mich., later
todav in a state where Reoubll Reoubll-can
can Reoubll-can Sen Charles E. Potter i! the
urrfprdoe in his reelert'on bid.
I- p sfjtoment at, Minnea noils
yesterday, Nixon Said this finul
wpp1' of the icamnalstri "could
nwv t bp J,hp most dramatic
arid significant vsek in the re-
fp-r pp'itical history oi uie
H saM k nuhlie opinion poll
pub'ied SupHay n? fore fore-rastirirc
rastirirc fore-rastirirc ffroni!' sbowin? by
itilnii P s'd had wit witnessed
nessed witnessed a '"most Striking shift
THE b;g show of
BULAVA DWV JUM0RS
DB1A REESE-1HE R0VW.TEEM5
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PATS THAT fBOOX
i THE WOU0I
i VICTOBT 1NATOEXD
4 V TBOM MSAITEBI
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leave the capital In mid-afternoon to begin theeastern phase, of his two-roynd cam-
be would, continue throwing the same kind of "talk tough
Western' tour, last week? ''' 'S' Vj
in voter opinion"1 in the past
10 days. ';
Alcom skid 1 on a' television
program yesterday Republicans
were on the 'upswing" and
democrats on the "downswing"
at this stage of the campaign.
He said Eisenhower's, and Nix
on's campaign;- tours had "tre-,
mendously fired up'' OOP.worK-
National Income Recovers
To Near All-Time Record
the" government sayg ne na national
tional national Income has bounced back
from the recession depths to
within a few percentage points
of the all-time, record rate of
A commerce Department re report
port report releas&3 late yesterday said
the nation's income picked up
slightly frorr April through June
of this year and hit an annual
rate of $352,400,000,000.'- It said
this was up $2,200,000,000 from
the rate In the, first quarter of
the year and' within 4 per cent
of the all-time Deak of $368,700,-
nnn nnrt attained irt the third
quarter of 1957.
Third-auarter national income
fieures for this year were not
yet' available, the report said,
because not all data was in' on
. nowever, uhuuum "f1-""'?.
rise "more substantially'' in
July-September than 1ft April
June, the department said.
The optimistic new report 101-
lowed release last week of fig figures
ures figures showing that by October
the pfnnnmv had recained about
three-fourth?' of the- recession the directive indicated, how how-slowdown
slowdown how-slowdown in production. f"-:J. th"t the oatty wnuld try to
Yesterdav's renon said busi persuade peasants of the advan advan-J
J advan-J Hi' ntA in th -'"?-o' conpctivizatioif. It ad-
soring -and exoandef from. July
throupn septemoer in lactones
producing manufacturing eouin-
men anQ otner lnvcsnneni
ff.fv wevloi:'yrvr-M of farm wodueti and re re-predicted
predicted re-predicted that these ranitai nUci them with, taxat'on. But
r-ods out'ays, n focal no'-H in c-timent said that to
the recession, would turn up jnsure equitable orlces for farm
slisthtlv in the final quarter of produce, the state must-establish
thi year. ;a monoooly of marketins. except
The national income report in small-scale .local retailing.
" A KING-SIZE WESTERN!
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1 1 1
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A Democratic National com committee
mittee committee spokesman here said Its
reports indicated that the Eisenhower-Nixon
trips "may have
pepped up" the Republicans but
that tney also naa snrroa u? we
Democrats. . V
He said there was no evidence
the Eisenhower and Nix on
speeches had "swayed ; very
also noted that employe com
pensation rose 2 per cent on tne
third quarter and .that the. Mt
vance wiped out about two-
thirds of the recession loss.
Before-tax cornorate profits
improved slightty from the first
to the second quarter, the re report
port report said, but were well below
the best showings or 1937. ,'
Polish Reds Try
WARSAW (UP1) Poland's
Cn -unist Party will seek to re
establish the collective farms
wh cli almost disappeared after
the October 1956 upheaval, ; a
1 1 ."
1 fpjie poHcy was decided at the
recent plenum of the Polish Unit-
P ."'orVers f Communist) Party
and will be 4 brought before the
party congress next Marcn.
8 ""ure. ; ;. ,
T. ,f ? i!m. ,t ,h
1 nail" shnlishine enmmilsorv de-
PRICES: 0.75 0.40
3:10 4:50 6:50 9:00 p.m.
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ylZS5 In fc t 1
ERNEST B0RGN1TJE1ANET LEIGH
the polls showed and be-.
punches that have had He?-
Again Demand That
UN Troops Depart ;
'PANMUNJDM, "Korea,; Oci27
(UPIK J The North Korean
Communists made, a new de demand
mand demand today for the immediate
withdrawal of United Nations
troops from South Korea; The
United Nations command reject
ed the demand.
The Communists pegged their
demand on the claim that the
last of the Chinese Communist
forces crossed the border from
jNorth Korea into China Sunday.
rne communist wew enma.
News Agency said about 70,000
Chinese Communist "volunteer"
troops left North Korea since
late; last month to complete the
withdrawal r of Chinese forces
from Korea soil. The agency said
the final phase of withdrawal
was completed yesterday.
At a meeting of the military
armistice commission today,
North Korea's Maj. Gen. Kang
Sang-ho told the U.N. command
"there is no reason or pretext
wnatsoever ior your side to' re reject
ject reject its withdrawal from South
Korea any longer
Maj. Gen. Albert. T. Wilson,' of
the U.S. Air Force; rejected the
demand for the U.N. command.
"The two things are entirely
unrelated," he. said. "Your re
quest for, the withdrawal of our
side is hereby rejected.
REDS. BLAST GERMANS
LONDON (UPI) The official
boviet Communist Party newsna
per Pravda today accused West
German leaders of "doing every everything
thing everything to ooion the atmosphere in
Europe." The dispatch,, as re re-'por'ed
'por'ed re-'por'ed by Mosc w,Rad 0, charged
the "ruling circles in Bonn" with
dividing .peonies, strengthening
distrust and, fanning hatred
''which blindly leads to a new
'iHftEEi OF; THIS .TRAINEES inow: undergoing orientation:
Jungle warfare and living at the Jungle Warfare Training
Center construct a sleeping place for the night. The bed is
raised off the ground v against roving snakes, and the palm
fronds will keenout the rain. It is this type of training th-at
i soldier now to survive m ine jungie under any con- s:s a.m. io:n a.m. i
JUNGLE ROTISSERIE -i Maj.
turn a home-made spit to cook
31 Volunteers Plus
Thirty-one Army and,1' Air
Force volunteers and C Compa-'
ny, 1st Battle Group, 20th In
fantry at the weekend reacneq
the half-way mark in their two two-week
week two-week orientation training at the
Jungle Warfare Training center
with everyone still going strong,
including MSgt. Fred Demaio,
C Company, 1st Battle Group,
who is going through the course
with a cast on his arm. , 1
MSgt.JOe Milam, Headquar Headquarters
ters Headquarters Battery, 4th Gun Battalion,
517th Artillery, was promoted to
grade E-8 in- the middle of his
volunteer training, the first such
supergrade to be awarded to a
Mnee at JWTC.
;fhe group of volunteers Is un unusual
usual unusual because not only are two
members- of the Air Fqrce att
tending the orientation, but a
doctor and a dentist as well.
Maj. Ralph c. Singer of the
Medical Corps Is trying to com
nlete the course and still do
some research on the lack of
heat problems at JWTC, but he
was having tout?h going finding
time for experiments,
The dental officer, Capt. Wil
liam-H. Radentz, says, he Is at
tending the course because he, Is
a Regular Army of f icer and feels
the orientation will help devei
OD' his career.
Milam' says all members ot
Ralph" C. Singer
NEXTINi LINE Awaiting
iare iraining denier ai jpoiu
Bope harnesses are lastenea to a puuey on the rope when, the slide !s made,-some non-swimmers
wear life Jackets, as, the slide crosses the swift ,deep,hagres Rlver.f-tU.S. Army fhoto)
tillery are' "doing fine" and have
passed successfully (ill the train training
ing training given .thefnso far. '.'Vi
One NCO iald jie was. making
the c6urse, but felt "pretty
tired" In the morning when ,he
gol out of bed- and watched; all
the younsrer .volunteers running
about with a seemingly Inex Inexhaustible
haustible Inexhaustible supply of energy. ;
' ,'.)('''-,sf 'iks,;j
' the volunteers 'and d Com
pany- members are'due to get
their coveted 'Jungle Expert
Badges on Frldav when Maj.
Gen. Charles L. Dasher, com commanding
manding commanding general, United States
Army Caribbean, is scheduled to
attend their graduation exercise
and present the badges. . ,.r
Weather Or Not
This 'weather revort for the 21
hours ending I a. m. today .Is
prenarert br the Meteoroiofinai
and HTdrotrannie Brancn oi me
Panama Canal Company;
Hlfh ,.Vt,.wfv,.v 5
Low c.'.,.;. 74
i, low if,"75
WTNDs SM' 1 '!
(max. mph) NW
RAIN (inches) ..08
(inner harbors) M A' y
; BALBOA TIDES
4 TUESDAY, OCT, tS
, front keeps the fire, going-while two of hi? fellow 'trainees at "the- JWTO v?
a part or the jungle survival, training 'during their two-weejt -orientation' i
Army Photo) K',.V"-r ..iPZi I
their turn on -the slide fdrvlife,
anerman wawn some-of their
M-G-M'b masterpiece of excitement from the
A master of terror
I KilLlC DMW
these trainees at the Jungle War-
compatriots' On J the, hlga rope.
ANDREW L. STONE
STEIGER INGER STEVENS
'HM Mi MmM It MWKtWL STONE C'J
VIRGINIA MdllNDRtwL STONE TOUCTICN f
(U.S Army Fhoto) ,;: i' , &; i t:zi n.m. ao:3i w- n
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