The Panama American

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

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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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- ; ,- .VATICAN CITY, Oct 28(UPI)Th 8wred College sof Cardinals today'chosa, Angefo Cardinat Roncalli 76-
ytir-old partrlarch, f Vnic,L to bt th new-PopaVThi Roman Catholic Church 262nd Pop, ha Will raien uPooa1-
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' A ahort, thin wisp of White smoka curled up from, the chimney over the Sistine Chapel at-5:07, p.m". giving
w the first indication that the world's half million Cathbli cs had a new spiritual leader, " '"C ' t
V" : x' The smoke signal was a short and light puff. It left the 60,000 persona gathered before St Peter'a In tens
; 'anticipation; vrA v v' 3-' M 'I1;,; H .'r1 v ui v av v . '

I A black signal this morning Indicated the cardinals had been unsuccessful in

make, a new Pope.
- The $1 Cardinals meeting In
' Secret conclave elected the Pope
, on the ljth ballot, and third of
the day, -i
- A dense plume of black smoke
from the Sistlne Chapel chimney
at. 11 -n7 am nroclaimed. that
- th tenth ballot had been neg
- Ativp Th black smoke was a
mirn that the cardinals had tail
"Jed aeain to obtain the ltwo
A thirds iMiitiiritT nlus one vote re
. ouiredto elect a successor to the
throne of Peter,
' The thousands of watchers si silently
lently silently turned their, backs on the
Sistlne Chapel and left St.; Pet-
' er's square, ?
The 11:07 smoke signal meant
that the mc-nrin? session; was
ijownjiour
peavy
AtCnstcbalA
Hakostli Record
The'year'a heaviest rains fell
' it' Cristobal over, t&e weekend
but no flood damage as re-
forted and no records broken;
rom Friday mornini? at S a.m.
' throuRh 8 a.nu Monday ftiorn ftiorn-inir,
inir, ftiorn-inir, -11.28 inches of rain, was
lecorded. according to the me me-'
' me-' teoroloslcal and hydrographic
branch. "v
, Uf' (
Th heaviest 'downpour oc occurred
curred occurred between 5 :10 p.m. v and
10:40 p.m. Saturday with 5.53
inches of precipitation 1
i' The rain fall W 4.08 Inches
between 8:30 and, Y:30 on. Sat Saturday
urday Saturday was only 'alightly less
than the one hour record' of
8.16 inches set August 11, 1929.
'tThe 5" 81 Inches of rairi" reg registered
istered registered Saturday night was the
heaviest. 24-hour -fall last week weekend
end weekend '.but did not "approach the
December 15, 1944 record of
13.50 inches.

PaiTH American; Inaugurates Jetliner
Service With New. York-Paris Flight

PARIS (UPIJ Pan American
World Airways pioneered daiJy
transatlantic Jetliner service today
wi h a big Boeing .707 carrying
111 passengers, among them ac actress
tress actress Greer darson. -
The inaugural flight landed here
at 10:01 a.m.. 8 hours and 41
minutes after leaving New York
-and an hour and 41 minutes be
hind schedule because, head winds
mads it necessary to stop over at

f Gander ua.v en route. t
- .. -Plana, to flv the ietliner; On.

, Home were cancelled when Italy,
in move to orotect its nation
alized Alitalia Airline, demanded
' that Pan American' charge extra
' fares for' let fhehts. -

r The airline rejected the demand,
' ,v and set' prices for the first jet
' flight at the same' -level its'

i fares for propeller' dnven planes

- J505 for a de luxe first class)

' i ticket and. J272 for e e o n o my

,' thrd) class.- s
. Most of the passengers were
seasoned air travelers, but it
,- least five of them hadnever been
? In a plane betore. They were Mr
'and Mrs. Noble Hupkijs,of Gjf-

" reus vine," unio, ana meir
V dren Louise, 16, Linda, 13 and

' Loren. 7. 1

t The Hopkins" family traveled
? free. .Mri.f Hopkins won the- trip
for them as a nnze l a. conesc

sponsored .oy. the airline snd i
i cereal 1 company. f j
' Pan American is the first sir
' line to offer daily jet s servic 1 be.
:. tween New York arid Eurooe,

Th nationalized British Oversea
Airways Corp. started -weekly jet
service earner, tms month, but
had Mo suspend it ; after -ope

uignt eacn ,way( because -of, s
strike. 1 . '
i BOAC hopes to start daily -service
between New York-and Lon-

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Aorelo Cardinal Senealli
two-mlnuWsahorte? than Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning-
This.waa takeft- to IndSratt
that tn ;reat ch6ksr ws;nar-
Opposition, Party
3
SeekihpfAninest;,
FoW Recent Rebels :
"Assemblymen of the opposi opposition
tion opposition Liberal Party yesterday in introduced
troduced introduced -a bill to grant amnes amnes-tv
tv amnes-tv to all .persons' presently .im
plicated, charged or' sentenced
as a result of events which hate
occurred since- last Mar 19.' 1
The bill would 'also 'Specify
ceriam specinc cases, wmcn oe
curred- since that time until re recently
cently recently as "political.'1 .--
, The case mentioned In the
bill which was presenteed' bv
Assemblyman Alfredo RamirerJ
mciuae fliuaenrs ana omers who
are chareed with Illegal bosspk-
slon-of firearms and with at attempting
tempting attempting to overthrow the gbv-
doh'with British-made' Comet IV
jetliners .Nov. 14. j f ,
The controversy over Jet fares,
wajch' deadlocked i a month long
meeting of the International Air
Transport Association ,at Cannes,
is the latest of a number of prob problems
lems problems which have .plagued 7 com com-merciatet
merciatet com-merciatet flight ', ,-
The faSa dispute arrayed Pan
American' and BOA0, against such
"have-not" sirUnes at Alitalia,
Spain's Iberia and' Germany's
Lufthansa, These lines, operating
only propeller-driven planes,iwant
compulsory extra, fares imposed
on the .jetliners to protect their
business. , t- ,
Other lines which .do' not have
jetliners now but expect : ,soon : to
get them, like Air Francs and the
Scandinavian AHines System,
have not taken sides.

Private i :Tells6l,Gallows, .Grease lh:;Face

FT JACKSOK'S. C. (UPD (UPD-A
A (UPD-A Port J ackson private'' testified
yesterday that a sergeant in his
company rigged a makeshift' gal gal-tews
tews gal-tews and threatened to hang him
Moman, 28,' of Empire, Fla.,
range. . s
' Pvt. Jimmy- Cope .of Mountain
Creek,' Ala., said Sfc Charles L,
Moman, 28, of v Empire, 'ala,,
threw one end of a tent rope over
a tree limb in woods near the
company area and tied the other
end around, Cope's neck,
However. "He ; did not tighten
it," the private testified before a
nine-member' general court mar-
tial trying ? Moman ..on ; maltreat
ment; Snd ..assault snd battery
chaMges.' I
- "I didnt reallV think lit wnulH
hang me," Cope admitted on the

Tlet peopf bo fu frmfc and tha country it $af Abraham Lincoln.

One Ship Idled In Cristobal
As Stevedores Fail To Show

Work on the docks 'In Balboa
was proceeding normally today
Dut in cristooai insunicient men
turned up for the morning shift
and one ship is lying idle.
Meanwnile. the stevedores In
Balboa appointed a committee
of seven workers wha started'
a conference' ; with" Pananta
; Canal officials to set eut their
- grievances arising from tha
switching of overtime from
daily to a weekly basis! J '-iln
iln '-iln Cristobal docks this morn-'
ing there were seven' ships to be
worked, but the canal was three
ship gangs short: Five -of the
ships are being .worked normal normally:
ly: normally: one Is working with a skele.
ton crew and the other is lying
idle

Although -f ther j r noUg mra reT!f otesting cTiahfr

enough men for thi shin eatiKS.
more than enough; dock laborers
reported for outy and 50 were
sent home. ,;
In Balboa only on ship was'
RCigarello Price a
Up 12 Vii For ;Schbik;
-Same Foif Slackf:
The prices of locally manufac manufactured
tured manufactured cigarettes will be increas
ed five cents effective Nov.: B,
according to official lniorma
tion. ii -j
The price hike Is the result of
a two-and-a-haii-cent- increase
on the L tax on local cigarettes
which was voluntarily agreed
upon by Cigarette manufacturers
and passed by the National As Assembly
sembly Assembly recently, : V
i Revenue from' the new tax
will be Included;? fn-the budget
exclusively for use on the Im Improvement
provement Improvement of .educational facil facilities
ities facilities In tha republic, ; .
The addiUOnal two and a half
cents Included in the selling
price is said to have been agreed
upon to compensate for the es estimated
timated estimated drop in sales which the
increase will .bring.'.
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Compressor Joins
False Teeth Set
At Police Station
Another i strange object 'has
joined tha set of false teeth in
the lost sproperiy oepartment
at Balboa Police Station., It is
a large air compressor on
wheels i weighing; about 150 lbs.
A.bpy was seen by a police
patrol recently. pushina the
compressor down a road In the
Oavilan area in. the small hours
ofs the morning. On the ap approach
proach approach of police he fled and
abandoned it. i L 1
witness : stand j but he said when
Moman asked if ; he thought the
sergeant would bang him he re replied
plied replied "yes.". j 1. t
Cope was the last" of IS prose prosecution
cution prosecution witnesses at yesterday's
seven-hour session. -(.-.,
Pvt. William L. "Henry ., of
Gainesville TU. ; testified -Moman
kicked a half gallon 'can of
greasy water Into his face, while
Henry was cleaning tha company
grease trap.' - t
Hs said ,he had "been ordered to
clean the grease trap for failing
to coma to attention as he
moved up the mess hall: line, a
tra'nee regulation.. 1
Pvt. James L. Moore of Park-

ersburg, W. Ys.,' testified he wssifluced" to sergeant first class sfU
ordered dunked head first into the er conviction mi fiva tA. mvm

grease trap because hs consulted

venice

thel first attempts today to

to be worked and the required
Six. gangs were found.
The committee.' put Its case
to E. B. O'Brien,"; Jr Superinten Superintendent
dent Superintendent of the Terminals -Division
and representatives of. the Ter Terminals
minals Terminals Division.
The committee consisted of
Harold L. Shaw, dock foreman,
Roberto C. Mitchell, truck oper operator,
ator, operator, Alcides D. Linares checker,
and dock employes pompillo
Medina, Pablo Espana, Manuel
Salazar and Justo G. Rlvas.
Trouble on the ; docks first
started on' Thursday night's
shift .and since then shipping
has been delayed by striking
dock workers who have been ab absenting
senting absenting themselves against 4 the
advice Of tneir unions.
e brought about by" the T-elas-
sification of many WAX .(when
actually employed) dock workm workmen,
en, workmen, to bring them Into the Civil
Service pension scheme.
Under the provisions of the.
v scheme, dock workers are paid
overtime after .40 hours -work y
in one week. Previously, they
were paid overtime en a daily
1 basis after- working .eight
hours. i
Local 900,'AFl-CIO 'Is setting
un a dock committee' to negotl
ate with the Terminals Division
and have announced that the
Cristobal workers have placed
the. negotiations m the hands oi
the union.
.The committee set up by the
Balboa stevedores, however, is
non-union.- It. was made clear
todav that no decisions would be
reached in their conrerence witn
Pan Canal official. They would
merely present their grievances.
Disability Relief ;
Checks On Friday;
Monday Is Holiday
The distribution if Hbe bis-
ability Relief checks to former
Canal employes will be made
Friday of this week at "the
Treasurer's Office In Ancon. ...
The checks lor October are
being delivered' earlier than
usual because- the last day, of
the month falls on Saturday
and the following; Monday is a
holiday.
To avoid undue hardships for
any recipients of the Usability
relief checks, tne. canat Aamtn
istration1 arranges to: move for
ward the delivery date when
the last day of the month oc
curs on a holiday or weekend,
f Panama Canal offices will be
on a holiday schedule for three
days this coming weekend as
Monday, Nov. 3, is Panama's' In
dependence Day which Is eel
ebrated as a holiday In, the Ca
nal Zone. ,
thev.comps.ny .firjst1 sergeant' about
reenlistment ?. without first going
through the "chain of commands''
and seeing Moman. t
Moman was the second non non-com
com non-com brought to trial in a Series
of 'three scheduled tour 1 martul
on mistreatment 1 charges here.
The third mn scheduled or trial
is former company commander;
Lt. Gerald Wheatley, 24, ol
Bridgeton, NJ., a 1956 graduate
of the CitadeC f j
The first man tried was" former
M.. Sgt. George 1 R. Sovie, first
sergeant of the company com commanded
manded commanded by Wheatlev and of
wh'ch Moman was "field first."'
aovie.'.'.wss lined 450 ana re
counts, '

Saturday Evening

50-50 Claim Does
A it
' T lss of the
the largest-seUing magasines
SiSflSSS
Agitation in the Republic of
Panama over the status of the
Canal Zone features two claims
1. "The Canal Is ours!?: and
f 2. Panama and the .United
States are equal partners In the
Canal, and should therefore split
its gross revenues fifty-fifty,
wnue we meet all expenses.
; In this country some voices,
notably James TVarburg's. have
been raised to suggest that we
should Internationalize, the Ca
nal, to set a' good example to
Colonel Nasser.
None of these proposals makes
sense,' ,
There Is no legitimate compar
ison between the position of the
American Government at Pana
ma and that of the Sues Comoa-
j ill UKyii..
As Congressman 'Daniel J.
Flood (D-Pa.) has pointed out In
several speeches, the ; Canal
Zone Is ''constitutionally acauir-
ed, territory of the United
States." ,
While the British Government
owned 43.75 percent of the Sues
Company, and Its administration
was .largely French, the compa company,
ny, company, was an Egyptian enterprise,
operating on a- 100-year lease,
when Nasser expropriated it. '
Our treaty of 1903 with the
Republic of Panama-', gave us
sovereign rights over a strip of
land ten miles wide across s the
istnmus. The stated purpose -of
the grant was that wa might
bulldmaintaln, operate and tie tie-fend
fend tie-fend n interoceanw eanai, and
the grant was perpetual. a
we undertook to pay the Re
public of Panama' $10,000,000 in
1903, and an annuity thereafter.
Ther payments nave been In
creased several times and now
stand at about $1,800,000.

Frankenstein,; Complete
At Fort Clayton Rassle

- Tho Infamous Doctor Frank Frankenstein
enstein Frankenstein and 'the uncontrollable
monster he created have been
reincarnated and again are- at
large... this time right here in
tne canai zone.
Reincarnated as a slam-bani.
tasr wrestling team the sinister
and destructive pair of more
than three decades ago has
been reborn, this time as con contributors
tributors contributors to the welfare, of man mankind
kind mankind and have been given tcp
billing with a troupe of grunt
and ,gr.oaners' of the Panama
Arfa armed "forces.
The troupe will make three
iocal appearances as an added
attraction 4o, the fund raising
drive of the 1958 canal zone
United Fund.
The drive was officially open
ed on the first of, October and
will continue until1, the coal of
$125,000, Is attained: f
As of last t Monday night,
the contributions totaled more
than $68,000, some above the
balfwar mark.
The1, first of t three appear
ances of the lnter-servlce wres
tling troupe, ,pn which Doctor
Frankenstein : and his man man-made
made man-made monster will be featured.
la set-' for Reeder gym, Fort
Clayton, tomorrow night.
The five match card, three
individual and two taa team
matches, will be vaupported bv
variety acts and music by the
79th: Army Band of Fort Clay-i
ton. All .matches are to be of
one fall with a 20 minute time
limit.
. The troune was given 1 a
soecial preview over CFN-TV
Frldav night.,. Bitter words
fanned the boys' feelings for
each) other and with the en en-,
, en-, suing free-for-all the program
bad to be discontinued. :
' Each, troupe is self contained
and living In wild anticipation
for the legal meetings in the
roped arena, t 41
In the opening 'match of the
evening colorful Liberal will
pit his talents against those of
the Blue Beetle, This is the
first meeting of the pair and
each is confident of bending.
twisting and beating the other
to- a pulp: Llberace weighs 195
and the Beetle tips the beam at
190. 1
The Flower of American
Manhood and El Zorro will!
square off in .the second heat
f the nlaht's card. The
Flower weighs to at 190, but

Post Declares

Not Make Sense
Saturday Evening Post, one of
In the world, carries the follow-
USA CT sur'en-der
It IS conceivable that this will
be Increased but the notion; that
runama can rightfully .claim" 1
half share of the tolls is ridicu
lous. ,:.
Yet It was put forward by the
Deputy Foreign Minister of Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, who now- occupies a pro professor's
fessor's professor's chalf at the University
of Panama, where he instructs
students ln tlie fancied rights
ior wnicn xney not periodically.
Charles Evans Huehes. Secre
tary of State in 1923, made this
statement to tne Minister from
Panama, when he raised, the
question of sovereignty in the
Canal Zone: "It Is an absolute
futility for the Panamanian
Government to expect any
American Administration, no
matter what It is, any President
or any Secretary of state, ever
t(K surrender any part of those
rights which the United States
has acquired under the Treaty
of 1903." '
Considerations of Internation International
al International law and hemisphere security
make the Hughes declaration of
1923 even more valid today.
Police Convention
In Miami Attended
By Chief Darden i
Maf. B. A. Darden." chief; of
the Canal Zone police division?
Is in Miami. Fla thin w.fc An
attend the annual conyention
of the international Association
of Police Chiefs. '. -"
Hfrolana to return; t the
Isthmus "tht? weekend and re re-sumo,
sumo, re-sumo, his duties nxfr Tuesr'ov
Durina his absence. Can.
Eutrene- S. Shipley. Cristobal dis district
trict district commander, is -actlno- as
chief of ; the police division.
In spite of the weight handi handicap
cap handicap loudly boasts of victory
over, the 210-pound El Zorro.
The Bronx Cutle and Miller
High Life have been paired for
err euiira go 01 tne snow. Miller
Hitch Life, who weighs 201. savs
he's not bragging, but if the
Cutie who weighs a mere 170
doesn't take a powder, it might
turn out to be a halfway decent
scrap.:
Two tag matches, are. set for
the (evening. v
. In the. first tag match, the
Bandit Brothers, who refrain
rrom bragging, will trvout the
Leathernecks, a team of marines
from the Marine Barracks, Rod Rodman.,
man., Rodman., ( Bandit number one carries a
weight of 200 pounds and num number?:
ber?: number?: two,., 195. The .opponents

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LIBErAce; center," and the Tattooed Terror, right, appear on
night. At the left is Sgt. Ronald D. Alleman, of Fort Kobbee

second from left, Sgt. Chuck Rennet CFN announcer.-

Washiridt

Potter '$ Position
On Buying In RP

m WASHINGTON, Oct.' 28 (UP!) United States of officials
ficials officials today aaain rejected charaes hv Pnnnmnninn t.

ficials and news commentators that: the Unitni tntnc ;

violating the 1955 Remon-Eisenhower treaty.
The charges are nothing new, according to the ,U.SJ
officials. They stemmed from a speech made almost two

weens ago oy Panama Canal
Commentina on imoorts

said the Panama Canal Company would buy products from
Panama as long as Panama offers its products in the
quality tnd at a satisfactory price to the Zone. ,'
U.S. officials back this position, saying it is a correct
interpretation of the 1955 treaty. They said no steps are
being contemplated now that will change the U.S. posi-
tion. However, they left the door open for possible changes

in
iuiuiu iieyuuuiiuiia,
Officials pointed out that
Panamanian ; foreienr minister
Miguel Moreno Jr.,. brought this
subiect uo in his talks with
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles two. weeks ago. when he
was here,. s .'-"f ; r
Although officials -would not
say what Dulles told Moreno, it
was assumed that the secretary
again repeated the -U.S; posi position:
tion: position: ' :
Moreno told Dulles that Pan Panama
ama Panama understood it would set
first choice in suDDlvinsr the
Zone 1 when the .Zone had
to
1 .11. 1 1 1- 1 i 1 1, i.

With Monster Bookecl
In Fund Raisinq Move!

have -a combined weight of 375
pounds, 180 and 195 respective
ly. This should be a fast mov moving
ing moving match with, plenty of ac action
tion action and thrills. .
The, meeting of the 'Toy
Tiger and the Sea Wolf is
earmarked as an action pack packed,
ed, packed, dynamite laden climax to
the evening of, legalised may mayhem."
hem." mayhem." v.
The -Sea Wolf." a bloodthirsty
bone crusher so unscrupulous
that he is constantly under lock
and key and will be brought
into the arena in a heavily!
canaea cage, lives on a diet of
raw beef and bones.
His carnivorous habits have
been whetted on learning of
his match with the Toy Tiger.

on Backs

Company Gov, William X
to the Cnnnl
make purchases
United States.-
outside tht
Panama has protested recent
Zone purchases -of beef .from
New Zealand nd :of rlce; from
Ecuador.. ;
vfuftY, driven iiovHii':
FUKUQKA,), Japan, k)'.,
ed.n 830-ton Japanese ferry.boat'
giuuiiM un a saoQ par on Naga Nagasaki
saki Nagasaki prefecture but all 143 uas
sengers were nicked un safelv h
fishing boats. ',,
This match Is undoubtedly
the feature of the evening. Both
men are in tip top shape, the
Tiger has been religiously hold holding
ing holding dally workouts and since no :
sparring partners can be bought ?
for the Sea Wolf, he has been
training with bigger and bettor
slabs of oozing-fresh beef,,,
xne show at Fort Clayton geta
underway at ,7:30, adult tickets 1
are 35 cents and those lor chil
dren 20 cents. The program for
the Balboa High School, Thurs
day night, will be announced at (
ringside, Fort Clayton. Tho final r,
appearance, tentatively set : for
Friday. Nov. 7, at Fort .Gullck '
will be announced later.
Frankenstein and his mon
ster are slated to appear In tho
Balboa matches or those ;aft
Fort Oullck.
. 1 v '
the preview at CFN-TV1 Friday
originator, of the troupe, and

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thing but surprised io read the
Srr',w A.iv t.w a.vK
ii t. ...t.i., k.. KA.n

Sd thes"'lett.ri it sounded to roe;like jhe new.had hit

someone tow

to be able to continue to drink Cervera Balboa when W
tii the States. Sometimes 1 wonder why it is not more readily avail avail-ble
ble avail-ble in some places in the Canal Zone. It certainly is i the best beet
you csn buy in the Zone, it has a good clean-taste. Honestly I don t
know how anyone can drink any other beer unless you have a taste
. th hiw mnrhitler continental type of. beer, but so very rew

?r "Vdon'it see" anything wrong with Mayor Aleman tfying to" sell his
. fh. ct.ta. Th vtinn1 Brewery will be paying freight and

'duty- charges to get their product

will have to compete against we. nest
will be presntin? a fair competition. -; r WiL
i it nn lit. in nnr .- wher we brine beer intoMne canal

Zon "from 'the States -and from

compete with Balbos Beer and display them prominently, while Cer Cer-veza
veza Cer-veza Balboa otten sits in a dark faraway corner.
We must keep one thing In mind they seem to buy -everything
iia.it far nrnWinnr.tho Panamanian beer. -in-the U.S.A. and the

water cf which they use plenty, thej buy from us at much higher
price -than the American breweries nay their water.
I'wont say much about ."Alemanista's comment on drinking
Scoich whisky but it Hoes seem a hame" that in order to sign the
that Panama let our scotch whisky come

,vci without paying duties and thus preoare the ground for some of
the biggest Contraband operators that the history of the Republic of

Panama has had to: face. , -,-..
' How can- they pay more personnel and better salaries to fight
emuegling? Their liquor revenue has been cot down bv us. SOme of
our' big shots get friendly with Panamanians; who procure them their
lmi.ni-. ,nH eina th. thins -alwavs leak out all only serves to

We to bthers that they are right
It it true that there are manv

mohorjolfp, but in manv ces if it were not o ion. TP-se .in
riilctri.t wmiM nnt. hav ibe volume SO S to be sbl to bt'V "fne 6X-

wsive aut'-znatic auiDmnt fo
Tir and r'mlitv Panama ha a
' ton willinc to help them increase
, About wages... we should not
enm rnrpniTt.inn coinf. rtn to

'""!- for eoual worV. we eeHalnlv tww atyv .-great; ni m rtymcv
vPp f wo'M, n tvhv try to pinch the pay of the Panamanian
'orki" In the Cans'' Zone? r
; Talking about thins which aound od" I Relieve it sounds vert
d that a private r.omnnv (Panama "Canal Co.VooeraHnw in
fnfeign' countrv (Reii. of PanmaV ha Its own notice, court and
en a governor and quite often interferes with police cases of the
"OUPtry-. ; ; . ..
The article of 1903 Treaty to which reference was made, ta'ks
aHut goods nd material. of ahsn1"te need for our 'nwsonnel in the
ne;- there are o manv article imVf"i the shlvs and count-r
t( the commi'isa'-ies and General Sales Stores; which are. very far
from 7 "Absolute" Needs." f- ;
The J903 Treaty a1o talkil about navina;' namt. tt.Canal an
Tuitv in gnldThis article was not cnan?ed a' i? requet of the
ffpufihlir f Panama an hnW"'WnttTd our hW reuerves'be the

Haf all Wir the.n'ast ver

.We haVe fo lok HeerJ nHfif-Mti bertt an'' ae that mrWe
len we im''i wH u 1f hand wat ood w '" w'th Our- rlbt;
that ra"n" ITI'5" off5etTW; irefS"1''eM-: fr

mjt'd atijude. Tt can he ear" for a hi. wauh" mn o e
., and frigidly with a poor little. fellow who wants' to be friendly: How

a Bout it7

A Zonian with a Friendly Attitude.
OLD HEN PIAYINrCHiCKEN

S4:
1
Hah! Hah! Fh! You should

hen's 'ace. .fust Hke Datwo'od. T bate m"s'f 'hn T do things lik
that. Hah! Hah! Hre -she came barreling "V-n the hi?bwav bebM
-tne. and hov she was' noUrin" on the coal. She was not eoncernd

over the fact that an automobile

i nah hadon on while iaiM
- pw thought in br bonnet rack.
, on t road or Hie t.ryinnr.
I I i The 40 mo I was dome was

- ii r5q my. iwta un in wnai s"e wji

V i. . ,.

i t w" me same ana sne was in tnis

' reoui" not nass me.

' It nver d)H nter tb!s Old

' back. N air. She was sll' go'inr to trv to nass. Well. Viet h' wt
(M out ntil we rot too elose te th aporoaehi" ar, then T let r
, as. It was .either that or r'uh the approaching ear right off the

iroao.
. One of thee davs thotivhi 1

ne. For some tim now. I have Wen trvine to run one CBS bus in into,
to, into, another one. Where does aH this ake nlaee at? WeT. there r
vt places. One Is that stretch between Coronal and Clat. and
Mr U between Cocoli and Rodman. An"Mn? goes on tose two
rtretehes. bc'ie vrit hariltw Ve se a Tsotjoa ear fhre, '-ou
d see one, b W Hr)Vrig along as if he could not care less what takes
piae m thi hihw. 1
t T have been H-ivin, on thst Mffcwiw twice djw. alv dav
wek, for two years now.' Vormal'v. T am a sensible driver. T, tb

firft plac. there is pot anv nlace

eai not take mv time and still get there. Tn the second nlace. I am
usually going-only a distance of four or ve miles, so whv take a

chance on having to hand out a ten or fifteen dollar, fine for sense sense-leta
leta sense-leta speeding? ;
v I auDpose T get cussed 40 dWerenf ways, by as" Warty different
tirfvera ever day. Often the traffic is go heaw tha It is ImoossiWe

to pass. o .tAev have to slow their soeed down behind me until an
Opportunity: to pass comes un. You see. not heinv ii no ereat hurrv.

and not wanting nor being finacialiy able to afford a fine, I am pok-

mg I'ong ar mp.
' Those CBS busea are hemain
They (will tt out in the middle
tne roaa. It does not make anv
make';a stop, as toon as they pass,
turn .in the road. I have docket
eess of M mo. And lust like the
pass even if nother vehicle is

en appreachinp car have to get off on i.tne ipouiner x ivom coi.
WatM wttk t r lui on. afternoon.

Runners-un to the CBS busses are 'those ftomohilea iporting
arhlte license niales. I have seen those go. dowh the highway .pasainf

long Jne of traffic when there wf s "o vistnie oemf anea. snomn
. ,.thv neeCto get bck Into the Una. The" take ff like an Idiot, and
;; na ftoM We trlit h note' when thev need one.

' There, are two periods Hiring the dni wheh IU of thU Idoe" i
taking tUf. Between an T a.n.. an between S and 4 w.m. And
' where yrt the traic cops?,Vou Ml me ad then- wa will. Vh know.
Well 1 have found out tbat rou ean do whatever vo "lias en
this Wghwav down here ad get awav wi'h. lt. i Fanl Hahl; Hshl
Wonder what U wuld look like to see tw of those CBS buses eoid
eadn tondee about opposfe the cemeterv some aftemoon? You
aee, with these buses, ne will ne traveling toward. Panama: coming
around tha hill from CJavtOn. The instant he Is ut of that "& nas nas-etna
etna nas-etna tone, he hits the center of the hi?hway. Tf there Is one traveling
' toward Clayton from Panama, he is alraad in the center of the high highway.
way. highway. One f them is going to hsve to yield to the other.
And if I am, alongsido one of them, it isn't going to he that one
v that yields.' Boy It is fun driving on this road No cops, no fines. Watch

f auim at Tka

long letter -by "Aleman.sU Mad
later another one titled "Beer and
niurlt- reaction about tn
th.i frnm ow on wt are wins
into the, American market, They
Europe; freight and duty free, to
about the large-scale contraband
industries in Panama which operate
be aMe to eomoete and offer us
mall DOOlllpHnn rd we are not
the consumption of their manufac
talk about .that too much. Thei
lau?h-at that nrnvWon rt eoual
we hal Pan-ma aeeoHin"?
have seen 'tb: ewesion on that old
was. 'meetir"' us. ar-d sh m'h
vn. No sir. This old bat oniv oao
She was going to pass everything
Just too Tow for her. I'M he gft
nome. "r wp w-r. our wn
. ... a t'
approaenmg cap s lane, ana ine
fool's head to sW down and dron
am rein to run one lro notbr
here tbat T want to en whre I
violator nf tha Hosted aneed limit.
of the road and pass everything on
difference to them if they have to
or If there a hilt ahead, or
a number of hem traveMn in e"
old hen mentioned above, they will
approaching dangerously close. I saw

- Bv VICTOR RIISELa
: :
(Presioeitr Eisenhewar perseivi
. any ms launched "Operation Pw Pw-migatien"
migatien" Pw-migatien" et the laaer- rackets.
Inn ii the teeeno celumn
two reperis en the tmdiscleseai
kackgreund et bi decision
posh' this crusade regardiesa'af
. wna happens hi hi euction.)
Just auout he time president
Eisenbuwe was bi easing in. a
new home in the East, someumes
Known s tie woi.e House, tuere
was bru.al ( ence in the M.d M.d-west
west M.d-west m wiui oineamea kuowu
as the Houe of labor. East is
Kas..and Midwest. is Midwes bui
aie iveui'.'viu iueev.t iowyf w;y
met is the Jiside atory of the Pres Pres-iaent's
iaent's Pres-iaent's "Operation Fumigation'' .of
the laboi racke.''
In mid '53 there was' a private
civil war wnicn racked the .peo .people
ple .people of Kansas CLy, Kan., and 'ta
luoui u.a. Unions lougnt unions to;
control of cons.ruclion work. Ouo Ouo-men
men Ouo-men rode in convoy iV riiefigh.ers
were h.red as business agents.
They mauled eacu other.; n
Construction projects run by the
opposit.on were s.opped oy .aim-,
clemen, guns in hip pocke s, who
arrived in caravan... One ali-pow-erM
union chief and there is no
other way ta aescribe him used
a sawed-off auto tire snow chain
as a persuader po whimsical nou nou-comormists
comormists nou-comormists who thought they were
citizens of mis land with the Usuai
civil rights therein. : ?
This d te the tirsl ef the Cn Cn-gress.onal
gress.onal Cn-gress.onal racket probes. The' cur
rious could see and hear this delv delving
ing delving into the latter day h ghway ghway-nttti
nttti ghway-nttti on TV. From there the ahow
hit the road to Minneapolis and
Detroit. Some of. this got through
to the busy new President of the
U.S. Thus in his 1954 State of the
Union mtage came the first
s gn oi today's headlines. Presi President
dent President Kisenhower offered some an.
i-cprruption legislative, proposals.
Nothing happened.
From time to time the Republi Republican
can Republican Congressional group, w i t h
whom thie President meets regu regularly,
larly, regularly, would raW the matter, of
the arrogance of the labor' rack racketeers.
eteers. racketeers. Then a I the nd of 1955,
the President was amazed to lean
that the very same mob which e e-ven
ven e-ven now is making the headlines
bad made millions out of the At'
my's Quartermaster' Division.
These revelations came from
the probings of Sen. John McCldt McCldt-lan
lan McCldt-lan and h.s crusading counsel,
Robert Kennedy. A- that time
they directed ihe Senate Govern'

mem operations wmmmee. u
Prasident w agahst. The name
of the New N moosters meant
lit.le to him. Uf,' the lact that
they had lootea we pentagon ..i
millions of; aouars py
shoddy uniforms and cnisel.ng .n
standards auriea uen. riiaeunww-
er. ".. 'I'
Then in 1956 the Mcueuan wm-
mitt. ent star ed. One night, on
June S of tha. year, tne rresiaeni
watched TV. ... v.
r He heard the report of this col col-iimniat
iimniat col-iimniat ahrtrtlv after my eyes had
been injured by an acid-hurling
hood h'red by ne mob-4he same
HnH nf violence Which the Presi
dent had been notingin oral and
written repor subimtteo vo nim.
ti. mtrnrart a onIv.-thef President
can wnen arouseu ou a
issued. He wan.ed act on.
Than i riiM the fultv Qocumenv
ed exoosurea'of.the misnanaiing
of literally tensJof minions oi uo.-
lars of union tunds,. In his 1937
stat nf the union message mt.
Eisenhower was J0. ougner inan
in ht. f!rt fall in 1954 when he
hH mvrelv asked for some supe
viaion of pension' and welfare
funds.
Now he took a more acUve per
onat interest in the story. Sever
al times he talked to AFIXJIO
Mr r.eorse Meanv. The Presi
dent posi ively am not lump all
labor in -the racke: network; Far
from it. He knew thai Meany was
fighting back. But without laws
the government and Meany were
helpless, he fel'-.
-But thenicame an ent.rely dif different
ferent different inves.igation which seeming seemingly
ly seemingly had little 10 oo witu- the moba.
Xhis was Sen Mm Uoru s gance
at political contributions after the
. r i. l. I.VVI aI tk.
siory oroxe on ue ivuuj'
natujal gas in l.'ests. ,Gore
Subcommittee on Privileges ana a
lections, a subsidiary oi the sen
ate Rules ana Aommis rauon ton ton-mittee,
mittee, ton-mittee, repor.ed on Feb. 3, 1957.
This report included in its trie
the words "together with tha mi
nority views." Tncse viewi were
written by weorasaa i sen. van
rnrtia. also a. racke s committee
member, sen. uirus i repon wem
deeply into the po.iticai coninnu
tions M an unions," wnicn were
mntirierahle. There were also the
indirect contributions through the
work of union a affs, ana tne use
of union eau'.oment. Such as
nhonea. can and printing appara
fus which aU help to whip out a
campaign; v:-
, President Eisenhower read ev
ery word of the report. He dis
cussed the use of union machine
rv with hj staff. He : differ enti at
d between the racket and the
clean unions But he noted that
the mob outfits., too, were in poli politics,
tics, politics, and if they ever caoturea the
clean unions, that would be a
power intolerable indeed to mm
and many others. V
:; The President decided to shout
out at the first chance ha bad. He
u.
AUTRIAN$ MARK DATt
VIENNA (UPIV-Auitria yerter.
day celebrated the third anniver-
" ... 4'. m. .......
sary or tne ana oi zoroiin weeupa weeupa-ton.
ton. weeupa-ton. i Three vears ago. tha na
tional parliament unanimously ap approved
proved approved a constitutional amend
ment declaring this country to pe
forever peutral,,, 1 c t

i 'Z """" r"v -

' f'n , 'HI n I. -t 'nu.il.r In V,
Walter Winchell

'Marriage Go Round", starrmg
Clauoette volbert. and Charles Boy-
er reportedly convulsed audiences
in Philly. Ali the Detroit review-
era emoraced the : Celeste Holm
show, ."Third Best Sport," a Thea
ter Guilder.. .Joy Harmon, the
little girl in "Make a Million" (o-
pemng tonight), has an 18 inch
waist and a 42 .youknowhat. ..
Bell, Book and Candle," the pic
ture, must do almost six million
dollars to break even. ; ;The Lon-don-Paris
crowd are fsk-tsking a a-bout
bout a-bout the sassy exchange between
Paulette Goddard and Mary Pick-
ford.: (Girlz!). ."Miss Un ited
States" (Eurlyn HoweU) has been
re-named Arlene; Howell by the
Warner Brothers geniuses ... in
charge of renaming actresses;
A newsmag last week reported
inw Js-iiEaoem iayior a real name
is Lizzie Schwartzkopf. '. .Not
troo.- v That war' Mike 'Todd'i
nickname for !hiti'?i ,?iiirj
" No wonder they'ra dehyln'g 'and
denying that "Once More, With
Feeling" is about real people
But wait'll you see. it-. It deals
with a Hiymphony conductor ,;and
his "wife". iGwen Verdon, now
a movie star,' waft '. once denied
work by i Hollywood producers, w j
argued she lacked glama. v 'The
VikinBs'V is i 4arge gamble- for
Its star, Kirk Douglas,1 who invest
ed .a million doUar in it, 4 v.He
won't get. back a ( penny unlij j
grosses 12 million. .Screen A!
bum is caught with one of those
'onners, "reporting: "The Eddial
Fishers, in case you've beeni woH
" -- ot tnem-, "wouia just asff
soon you worried about "somebody
t"-u!fv thev're just, fine
now. They have that happy feel
CJ UttYC Vliav uaapsj ,. Tl
W . s tne conrcs say wtvena

a gag flops; fiver nave tne tcei-n,;v

-f"i're in the wrong busl'fusherette at the Palace on Broad

ness?" , ,'

S-'r welcome' 'ri-l
if V Cycles ,--y$

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Mi. Alii I. II 11 U I I I U 11 Ei It '-',,1

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I 1

"Worldof ,Su2ie-Wong1v is-the
happiest' news, ior, ticket brokers
aiace, "'The Music Man" i an "My
fair Laoy".', .The so-so- notices
apparently, were, not seen oy tnea-
tergoera. .i ."Suzie" and Goldi
locks" ticket sellers are v being
swamped, ."Goldilocks," vminu
you, has a ? 9.90. box-office fee!, j
ihe latter is a musical co-parent-
ed bydrama crtic Walter .Kerr
and his wite Jean, author ot
"Please' Don't Eat. the Daisies,"
a best-seUeivv .Both are 'pretty
Kerrific even if their colleagues
on the first-night -aisles didn't think
so. t Cntic Kerr once wrote :, Cri
tics, can help the theater most by
trying .for -the, maximum., accurar-
acy. not the maximum generosi-
ty" ..Capable, description of
irtnee iNuyep s portrayal oi a
sinful woman : in' "Suzie Wong"
Suzie js a uoe of,a Fluziet. ,f
'Snow''iiaHStorv'" The "Goldi
locks' produces, orginally wanted
yon Amecne ior tne Jeaa out
wouldn't, meet? his" price. They
"savea" money' engaging Barry
Sullivan. .In trouble on the road,
they were forced to try Ameche
again.: .. .Now -they are paying
him, almost IWtCe what they could
have hired-him lor in the begin
nine. The reason veteran actor
Charles Blckford acts when- he
teeW,'like,'it is'that he owns a
messenger "service, a phone -an
swering outfity aeveral ,) apartment
buildings and a feed and grain
arm' which supplies the Califor
nia racetracks.; Kim Stanley, told
Columbia Pictures thatehe f'hates"
"The Goddess", and refuses, they
say, -to .help in publicizing it e e-yen
yen e-yen though, it's, an odds-on.bet to
va" a r iiv4viiij fum'""VM
orin" her an ACaaemy nomination
- .A.atny. notajao, temme star oi
s .rv"e tti jvici;oys, was an
Hjr.,

. ,"') ( i

I '('
Newsweek magazine -nhierteH m
me stress on. violence in TV dra
lma. m contended it 'might have
an adverse effect on kiadies. As
a -matter of ect. some of the moot
viuieuce-nuaen yarns are ihe clas
sic iimy talet.- Read 'en and see.
une more jsugene O'Neil dra
ma. remains, unproduced. Title:
More- Mateiy Manwons." It 1,
ten nours long, i .The title.a'witnh
mg award goes toi-the Spanish
nun, -ine Age of Infidelity." In
cmupe ii was. called "Death of
af Cyclist", .i.H'wood is like this1:
Though Tab Hunter has vedeled
a .jiqwhjt' records; his i voice is
dubbed by another m ihe Damn
xanxees' tiim. .K m nvs
a fortunate, dollipop. Never has to
uieu
Johnnv Mathia
V ,w" P Mir,l : 1I
me nea riper, fiirade. is one of
me grea;, success sagas. Three
?' u ne swept out a smeina
Wtor a, studio ip exchange for- le
sons. .Success .seems like a "cluch
i- 'i.?t S, '.ou succeea. Prior to
is ray rair tiaay"
aucer Herman Levm had onlytwo
mis in more than ten year of
Play-producing.". .Rodgers- and
nammers tern have more good
iiewa ior jncome tax collectors
ineir, riower, Drum' Song" is
expected to enjoy a one million
tioiiar oius advance sale.. .Doro-
my uwaie toi tne ver. jocial Bid
oies oi i-niuy) hasaro!e In-"The
uisenchanted," t Bud Schulberg's
new upus aoout an i Scott Fi
geraia-iype writer. .'.The Las Ve
gas croupiers, wh6 handle millions
iu money weexiy, get 20 a day.
fcmart cookie Deptj Gwen Vr
don IS a big investor In th nmln:
al, "Bedhead,"' in which she will
star. The show already has 72
theater parties h o ok e d. That
means an automatic half-million
aouar advance. .Joni James
flew hit is an old favorite, ."There
Goes My Heart." Abner Silver
comooea tne catchy melody.
Bobo Lewis inherita th "tiiiVv
to role in "Nightcap." the Intimate
revue at the Showplace. iThe. two
'idies who had the role (before
Bobo ) went on on to Broadway
aiiuws. .care wiiuams, wnos
playing in "The. Defiant Ones"
won hgh approval, got that part
witnout naving an agent'i help.
Sanlev Kramer producer, limoly
phoned her. VThe Jewel Box Re Revue
vue Revue has a cast of 25 female imoer imoer-sonators.
sonators. imoer-sonators. One,, was an ax.heavy ax.heavy-weight
weight ax.heavy-weight fighter. , ,
Grou'cho Marx," the only-TV
star wbo never v lets the ratings
trow Mm. aavs: 'Tdonf wnrrv
about them. Anytime they tell m
thev'v had enough of, me, I'll
quit. I'm too old and too, secure
to worrv-.'O ,Teesa .Wright is
tnis xmd of a doll. She gave a
"ir of et to her plavf: ("Dark
At Top of Stairs'?) to the bus-driver
fKennyi Pooooro"who nilots
her noma every' night. Then she
na" htm and his wife jneet the
cast backstage.' (Good GirlV.' ; v.
"'s sfnt scene made M B.
Swope. Jr. -wince:- He saw a hov
m akr rh slk eomm ent g alongside
some bfass stars in tb nsvement
- Moiivwood and. v "tehland in
Movietown.'; 4 .Alonee th snot
or ailent dv screen star Ernesf
Terrance,. th bov wrote "Wbo
be?"...Mitchen Parish.' who wrote
noerrv fne ff'Rtardnst" Wrot
he aoeclaf .torch- son?s Mary
rnait sings at i quptdon.
Tf you've wondered why Hotlvi
wood marriage r riskv; read
tr rteborah' Kerr's exnlanatlo't
on wh herl failed: "I wag work
hit drove "H -anart. Tony ; and I
had only 13 consecutive months
i,tHr flur"f vars or mar-
rlage". -.(Ldng-d'stanee kissing
s good' only for AT and T).

Vorlt

;'.P'- J

WASHINGTON iThia column
has been prob.ng behind the poli political
tical political posters lor a closer look at
some of the candidates running
for high office, 1
3. Among- those scrutinized have
been Arthur McGonigle, GOP can candidate
didate candidate for Governor of Pennsylva Pennsylvania,
nia, Pennsylvania, whose rise to be a pretzel
magnate -s no. the American suc success
cess success story he makes U out to be;
also bis running mate for the
Senate, Congressman Hugh Scott,
wno accepted $2,000 to get a par;
don for Nicholas Marcello, then in introduced
troduced introduced a pnva e biU lo adm'-t
Marcello to the U.S.A.
Today's subject is-' a Democrat

Sen. Dennis Chavez, now 3mpain 3mpain-mg
mg 3mpain-mg for re-elect on in New Mexi Mexico:
co: Mexico: Chavez a likable liberal Sen Senator,
ator, Senator, has -a weakness for long i i-gars
gars i-gars ana firewater. He also has
weaKness ior coddung ms piay
boy sen, Dennis Jir.;4at the. tax-
payers, expense. .
More than once,, the Senator
haa ? authorized his son to f drw
government funds for personal
use. iunne one inierescng weea
in.Madrid,, -Dennis Jr. withdi:w.
KAnnrl omi in Snamth npSptiS
from the American Embassy and
h ew much of it is night clubs. -'VI
am. atilt keeoina other blank
receipts as I have not pomple &
ly- settled all the. bills incurred
bjr Dennis unavei jr.,"r repuncu
Maircelle wcomte in; a conuueu, conuueu,-Hal
Hal conuueu,-Hal message from our ; Pans em embassy
bassy embassy to the State Department af after
ter after 'young' Chavez 'passed through
fria' In IQt . -
conatnr chavn had anoointed his
prod :fI' son ;t the. Appropriationa
Cmmntee stair uunns m
nean trin and authorized him to
.... ..: r..:.L.w.! im TMAHicnttiAnt
Sign M vvucnei s -s Su,v.mt-.
counterpart funds.
" SENATE FURNITURE
More recen ly. young Dennis his
been helping the Haas Dodsou
Company wangle a contract io sup supply
ply supply desks, bookcases f arid tables
for Senators' offices. His latner
happenda to be in charge of mi m m-ing
ing m-ing and furnishing the new Senate
Office Building which will be open
ed in January.
When other Senators neara mai
tennis Jr. was seeking the furnt-
ure contract lor mas-uauson.
they insisted upon inviting bids. ..
"We don't want a scandal in the
Senate, warned Sen. George Ma Ma-lone.
lone. Ma-lone. Nevada Republican, at a
closed-door meeting of the Senate
Oftice, Budding Commission. "Ev "Ev-eryone
eryone "Ev-eryone in the country; who is qua-lified,-
should be allowed to bid."
A majority of' the tommission,
boh Democrats and Republicans,
agreed that the' furpiture contract
should go to tne lowest Diaaer.
Th: s turned Out to be S.ern- Of
fice "Furniture, not Haas-Dodson.
Yet young KPennis1 'a. friends still
got 'the contract at an extra cost
College Dcrmilory
Gulled By Fire;
Tvo Sludenls Die
WASHINGTON ,(UPI)- Two
Georse Washington -University
students burned to death early
yesterday when fire swept thron"
a fraternity house and gutted, the
third-story sleening ouariers 1
One. of the two was identified
as Roger Ussery, a freshman
from Rockingham. N.C.
"The co-oner's office. said tht
positive identification of .the other
was impossible ; immediately
However, the only student unac
coun ed r was Ussery's room'
mate, Lanny Ormsby. a senior
from Islip, N.Y.
Police said both bodies were
burned beyond .immediate recog recognition.
nition. recognition. Ussery- was identified by
a brother who resides in Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. Police said they would try
o make positive- identification of
the other 'hrough dental work.
Four fraternity members were
taken to the hospital. Three were
released late and one was de
scribed as in satisfactory condi condition.
tion. condition. -, ,'' ''A
A university spokesman said
'here were eight s udents in the
building, -all asleep, when the
three alarm fire broke, out about
3 A AU.'f
Large crowds watched tne b'azc
in the three and one-half ; story
semi-detached ( row ouse near
the down own university campus,
a rew oiocxs irom v tie y nue
House.
Demity Fire Marshal Anthony
B. Mileo said the fire apparently
was s tar t e d by v a .cigarette
droDned in wood shavings which
had been sntread on the iirst floor
as part of a party decoration.
,Aiueo said the jtre spread up
the s'airwell and gutted the top
)JUI tlUll V. i llic aU'UHIA i s ,1.- 1
to he taxpayers of over $14,000.
- After bids were ordered. Chair
man Chavez tried to influence 'he
outcome by barring some b'dders
from displaying samples. Yet' des
Those yarns you imay have read
about. Marilyn Monroe slipping are
balderdash.,' She -remains one of
the leading monev-in-the bank
sparklers and (s the only star wno
gets is percent or a movie s gross.
rtt. .. . W . aai. li ... :
sonowman lau w auers assures
one and all that he never tried to
"touch',', club members. Blames
the item on uninformed ill-wishers.
. .From a studio handout r ''Her
role in 'Wind Across the Ever
glades' proves, that- Gypsy Rose
Lee doesn't have to strip to be in
foresting".. .Not to me it doesn't!

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pite the fact that Stern orfice Fur
mure .was-locked out of me dis-
play rtwms in the new Senate Of Of-ice
ice Of-ice Building, i. wtin me oddinr"
with a low offer of $61,300. The
Haas Dodson bid was (iSUUt-
Senator Chavez actually inter- 1
run.ed. his re-election, -mpaifc'a
last month to rush back t Wash
ington and confer. wi h the Cap tol
architec", J. Goerge Slwart, on how how-lo,
lo, how-lo, disqualify the low bidder. r-
Stewart had qualified Stern'a -supplier,
Frank Scerbo and Sons.
a letter dated Aug. 15, 1958 But
now. Chavez wanted o find' soma
way to reverse this letter.
" they f nallv tour, ft

nicahty m the .contract apecilici-'
lions which aid the wick; althounh
U was so small a .echnicalirv ihit :
it would normally be waived. Ste- V
S'J A,d.iBoted i bis letter
tiualifying cerbo. But Chavei. seii t
d on it. . i
; no Vote takem

Knowing a majority of the com-
mission would overru e h.m. ne
rejected Stern's b d and 'awarded
the contrac to Ha a s-Dodson with-'
out taking a vote of o'her Sena- -tors.
- t 1
Instead hp got a legal "opinion
from Comptroller General Joseph
Campbell.' to back him' up. Thii
opinion wasN sought .in. a ..letter,
wn cn summed' up the' argumen a v
for rejecting the low bid bat pre-'
seated one of .the arguments oa
the other tide.
k't
The lettd' was sent by architect
Stewar ...who "itake' his, orde.i -from
Chavez. v
"Senator Chavez, chairmanv'of
the Senata Office Building Com- -mission,
" has equested that I
seek, your "opin on on the award
ot a contract for desks, bookcase
and tables for Senate offices m -the
additional Senate Offic Build- v.

mg, a ewart wrote.
As the 'second lnwtt hirfriM
the Haas-Dodson- Comnanv in '

has submitted a bid lir full torn..

pl:ance with the specifications and and-not
not and-not only has the iacili ies' but ..s
prepared to -perform- the work m
slnct accordance with the speci-
catons," Stewart argued after out.
lining the .lechnicali ywbiqh -ae v v-calimed
calimed v-calimed disqualified, Stern, "It is
deemed proper that-award'of the
contract oe made -to this company.
as the lowest, bidder compytng
with the peciflcaions.';
The Comptroller General routine routine-y
y routine-y replied, on- the "basis of the
acts Stewart had presented, that
the low bid could 'properly be re re-lecled.,
lecled., re-lecled., a', rrU v. ,
- Furnihtr vni. I, ja i
fUllS 'COlumnthat-th-1 fifmitnra
which Stern, offered,fot $61,300 n
slightly superior to 'the furniture
Haas-Dodson is supplying for $75,.
It pays tb know the son of 1
powerful Senator; bu in this case'
rt will -cost-tta- taxpayers over
$14,000." !';'-iv-.Jl
Judson Cliff Dodson,; president'
of Haas-Dodson, admiUed to tha
column that young Dennla had'
helped with the furniture con'ract.
Dodson also admitted that he had
iurnisned Dennis's private offica
With expensive furniture valued at
seye-al thousand doUars.
However, Dodson insisted that
Dennu had paid for the furniture
and had not received anything for -Influencing
his father.

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OPOLKE WOOT FARMERS
. -NEW DELHI (UPI) Pollca
in India s Communist-ruled Kera Kera-a
a Kera-a state ooened fire on atfiking.,
farmers, killing one and wound wound-mg
mg wound-mg four .according" to "reports
reaching here -today. The re re-ports
ports re-ports sa d the indicent occurred
in a, mountainous area of, tha
state where Communis' plantation ''
workeri had been on strike since
Oct. 4 demanding- better wages.

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Prior to Novembef 1883, dif dif-ferent
ferent dif-ferent localities in the United
States used different local
, times. To end the resulting con con-.
. con-. fusion, the railroads adopted
- four time zones as the stand
ard. At noon, Nov. IS, 1883,
; these four standard time tones
were put into effect on the
. railroads and people began to
set their jwatches by them. It
was not until 1918 that Con
gress passed the Standard
Time Act, officiary recognizing
tne railroad times, ;
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firouo 20th Infantry, jump off a 34-foot tower. Men of the unit made the leap while wearing fatigues and carrying some
of their ; field gear, as part of their annual water safety course, the Fort Kobbe pool, pro members of A Company 1st Battle

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LflVY by Ertkint Johnson '. U -Ik.

wnr.T.vwnoD MA) Ex

clusively Yours: Movie monsters
have been coming from outer
space,' but of the woodwork and
out of the old melodrama, East
Lynne, to jingling box office bells
but it's bad news today for the
Hollywood Monsters Union. Old-

fashioned floating ghosts are tak

ing over in sacks and chemises,
no doubt and the film industry

may be off on a new scare kick
It is the reason ; for an ecto

plasmic hair-raiser,. House on
Haunted Hill." starring that art

lover and 3-D age "human mon
sterw::ini,ni!rfxS-
VineentPriiee.' ;' f.' f

A producer named; Bill Castle,

who, made .a mint with ."Maca ."Macabre,"
bre," ."Macabre," is the fellow floating sheets
at Allied Artists on the theory that
"the day of the monster and
gimmick is over. The public has
had it. The time is now ripe for

the classical ghost story of spend'
ing a night in a haunted hose."

Come to think about it, I suspect

an empty sheet walking down-

staris would panic any of those
movie monsters. Besides, they've
become just too cute, cuddly and

lovable of late.

JAMES G A R NCR met the

press 25 members ot. the Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma City high school, zeen-age
press on "Jmeas Garner Day"
at the Oklahoma State Fair. Cne
of their questions confirmed my
private opinion that Garner has
become Hollywood's No. 1. lady
killer.'"'. ;.
One of the kids asked Gamer
about being recognized in public
and he laughded about something
that always seems to happen to
him, A little boy dr girl, rushed
up and says, "Aren't you James
Garner?" Then lheK kiddies dash
back to mama, drooling in the
background, and squeal; "He IS,
mummy, he ISf", '' 1 'j
The teen-age press questions
surprised everyone. Far above the
fan magazine ; levels i- ;
THERPt A BingPCpsby in
Clpremont, N.H.,.. and wouldn't
jrou iknow. it he owns the i.local
bank. . .Eddie Fisher has more
"tongf to blush about these days.
Like his Jatest release "T k e
Me.fi v-;-;f" .First bud Indicating
the movie Ward; season is Just

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around the corner Carolyn
Jones winning Exhibitor Maga Magazine's
zine's Magazine's Laurel Award for the best
supporting performance1 in "Mar "Mar-jorie
jorie "Mar-jorie Morningstar." v .Barbara
Walden's emoting in MGM's
"Night of the Quarter Moon" is
shaking up the front office. Cel Celluloid
luloid Celluloid melting.
New item: -"Liberace will re replace
place replace Errol Flynn on the first
Red Skelton TV show of the sea season."
son." season."
Liberace replacing Errol Flynn.
How dull can TV be? ;
Zsa Zsa Gabor to Hank Grant,
in the Hollywood Reporter, about
her role in a telefilm i
"Dolling, In zis, I do a vestern
beet. How do you like my vest vestern
ern vestern drool? Do you zink my egg egg-sent
sent egg-sent is bad for vesterns?"
Just stay off the street at high
noonlady. ,
HoTTywdodites Are T a 1 H n a

About: The plot of Liz Tavlor's

next film. "Two for the Seesaw."

based on the Broadway hit: .Liz
falls in love with a married man.

(! ). .Terry Moore turnineN down

the lead in "The Beat Genera-

tion A little, too beat for Terry.
. .Lloyd Nolan's announced ra.

son for nixing the role 'of George
Washington in "John Paul Jonesf'c

"i looic jpusy in a. wig."

BOB CROSBY eoinit dramatic

with a nonsinging role in the Red
Nichols, filmbiography, "The Five
Pennies.". . A new appraisal a-'

bout the future of: movie theater

from a theater owner. Richard

Brandt of New, York. Says v he:
"We've been hearing that there
are to many movie theaters in the

U.S. but this, is not true. This

country is misseated, not overseat

ed. The rush to new areas has re resulted
sulted resulted in too many 'theaters in the

wrong places, and. not enough in
the Jight places." f ; v :;

Hollywood's 1 cbnstaiit hagEliha'

about titles with audience appeal

puis an amusea smue on we lace
of Producer William- Om -.

If they hadn't been BroadwaV

hits, !'Cat On a Hot Tin Roof

and "A Streetcar Named Desire.'

he cTiuckles,:"never could have
won an okay from any movie com'
pany sales department.- Yet It's

trick -titles like those that really

Seriate Group Chaira.Flaysfi

C;rAMUAi..Ar C... it I wo Months

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Jury Chosen Fast

For Murder Trial
Of Fugate Girl
LINCOLN, Neb. (UPIKA pale,
sober faced little girl sat with
chin cupped in hand yesterday as
the state sought to impanel a jury
which would be willing to sen sen-fence
fence sen-fence her- to death.
Caril Ann Fugate, 15, is
charged with the robbery-murder
of Robert Jensen last .'Jan. 27.
The state contends she- helped
Charles Starkweather, her bandy-legged'19-year-old
boyfriend, mur murder
der murder Jensen and ; his companion,
Carol King, 16, and throw their
bodies down an abandoned storm
cave.
Starkweather was found guilty
during his trial ast May and
sentenced to deaths
Caril has pleaded' innocent,
contending mat Starkweather held
her hostage, and that she feared
for her life. -
The speed with which tha state
sealed jurors led observers to be-1

Lecture On Church
History Thursday
At Balboa YMCA

The fifth illustrated lecture in

the church history course at the

Balboa YMCA-USO will be- held
Thursday evening at 7:30 p.m. The

subject is "The, Church Militant"
and deals with a period which in-

cmaes me urusaaes, wmcn was
marked by such great characters

as francis of Assisi and Dominic,
and the early reform movements.
This sermon will be led by Chap Chaplain
lain Chaplain Frederick E. Zigan of Albrook
Air Force Base.
These lectures are free and are
open to the public.

ELIZABETH, N. J." (UPI) (UPI)-Chairman
Chairman (UPI)-Chairman Theodore' Francis
Green (D-R.I.) of the Senate For-

e i g a w elationi : ' Committee
charged last .night that Pres President
ident President Eisenhower's y foreign policy
"seeks to appease everybody,
pleast nobody, and ends up by
accomplishing nothing."
Green issued -one of the strong

est Democratic 'blasts yet, against
Republican foreign policy despite

personal piea trom becreiary
of State John Foster Dulles to

keep the subject, out of the con;

gressionai election campaign.
Green, in a speech io a Demo-cratie-campaign
dinner here, said
the administration's Far East
policy has been marked "first by

anxiety to avoia iroupie wun tne
Communists,' and then by anxiety
to avoid offending (Nationalist
president; Chiang -Kai-shek."
. "Never have w had the cour

age to say to the other countries
of the world that the United Na

tions ought to be called into this

situation, no matter what Its crit-

lies or ours might say, and no

matter what .strenuous arguments

we might nave to meet in tne

Assembly,' Green said.
In ; this connection, Green en endorsed
dorsed endorsed a suggestion' that the

United Nations conduct a plebis

cite on ths Nationalist-held off offshore
shore offshore islands of Quemoy and

Matsu, which have been subject subjected
ed subjected to intensive Communist, artil-

leryfire.. -.

1 Ho saia resiaents ox. the islands
should be allowed to vote on
"whether they want to belong to
the mainland or to Formosa, or

lernaps become neutralized un un-er
er un-er U.N. administration."
Green's criticism of the admin

istration's foreign policy came
just two weeks after a meeting

with Dulles at which the secre secretary
tary secretary was understood to have

urged that ,DemocriU take their
foreign policy criticism to the

State Department or the Whit

House rather than make it a sub

ject of political debate.

Green also took a swipe at
Vice President Richard M. Nixon

who he said "has recently be

come an authority on foreian af

fairs" in his campaign speeches.

He then lambasted GOP policy as

one of "appeasement" all over

the world.

Isolationists Appeased
He said the administration has

developed a "dangerous tendency

to go it aione ny "appeasing
the isolationists and those who
want to break up the; Grand Al Alliance
liance Alliance with Great Britain and

Franca."

"We have appeased theisola theisola-tlonists
tlonists theisola-tlonists so far that we have prac

tically deserted our- oldest ally,
France, in her most serious
hour," the 91-vear-old senator

said.

"In tha Middle East," he said,
our policy cave way to both the

friends and. enemies of Arab na

tionalism, and elided by off end end-ing
ing end-ing both. Cenainly, we offended

an of our normal allies in world
affairs. 1
"As to Israel, a country which
has become recognized as a real
outpost of Western democracy,
we vacillated between appease appeasement
ment appeasement of er enemies, and ap appeasement
peasement appeasement of her supporters,''
Green said. ;
In Europe, he said, "we have
mad bold speeches about free freedom,
dom, freedom, and then failed to fol follow
low follow through, when Soviet die die-tatorship
tatorship die-tatorship has extended itself over
one hapless, country after an another.
other. another. "We have had mm

nities to strengthen' th

of Sovietism in uronn. fm.

goodwill, tour ot Latin America
last summer., He accused the ad administration1
ministration1 administration1 of "just plain lazi laziness
ness laziness in our dealings with South

America. iir'

common interest,'.' he said, "we
have given way to dollar diplo diplomacy;
macy; diplomacy; we have appeased the en enemies
emies enemies of, the. good neighbor policy."

Green said it was "time to take
our heads out of the sand" and

HOLLYWOOD. (UP) Actor
Charles Chaplin jr.' Sdn 'of the
famed comedian, will divorce his
bride of two months who is ex expecting
pecting expecting (their chilcL'he announced
yesterday. . . ... .
Chaplin, 33, and a'clress Susan
Maeness. 23. eibped t Winter-

instead of -treating our friends haven, Arz., Aug.
ther as-good-neighbors and eon-; "She 'has 'gone 't -spend a few
suiting togethe'"0. matters of1 days' with her motherj" he said,

adding they had not "seen
to-eye'fdr" some'-'tfmi.

At the same 4ime, ftoVever,
young Ch a pUn. i declared he

paally;. wan)Ldto,4)re5.erye his
marriage but felt the only way he
could do it was to eet a divorce

"stop trying to. muddle along with j and then try fA- areeonciliatton.'
a policy which is not clear to any-1 He did'jiotl elaborate on the rea-

!one, either at home or abroad." sons for seeking V. divorce first.

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ne piacc
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He
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Party for "the eecs

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lieve the estimate of at least two

weeks for the trial might be too

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Arthur had predicted it would i

take at least two days to select
a jury.

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KAREN COATE

CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS
ARE ELECTED TG NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Miss Karen Coate and Miss Judy Griffin, senior students at
Cristdbal High School, have been elected to membership in the
Caribbean Chapter of the National Honor Society in their school.
This organization selects members from the junior and senior
classes who have maintained at least a B average throughout their
school career, and have been outstanding in character, leader leadership
ship leadership and service to their school and community.

Mrs. Graciella Ferreira. Miss Ro-

Gam and Mineral Society
Opens Agate At Meeting
A rock specimen col ecteii by
Mrs. Donald Barnes was selected
for dissec ion at a meeting last
week of the Canal Zone Gem and
Mineral Society. The stone, a tur-

: tle-backeo agate, was found on a
i local beach.

Attending the meeting were 30
members and 10 guests. Guests,
introduced by Mrs. Mary Worley,
president, were Bobby Kinnard,
F. M. Ol.enburg, Mr. and Mrs. R.
Wallace, Mrs. W. C. Hearon, Mrs.
A'ben Saarinen, Charles Roth.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Barnes and
son Alan.

Appreciation was expressed to

the club members who have re re-finished
finished re-finished the club furnishings and

installed shop equipment, which

was demonstrated.
The door prize of a pair of pa
eoda crystal drops went to J. Pale

Mr. and Mrs. George Hamilton,

who have been active members of

the 'ocie v. said eoodbye before

returning to the States.
The meeting closed with
fee hour, for which Tom
was host.

a cot

Sellers

Karen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Curtis L. Ca e of Gatun, ranks
first in scholarship in her class.
She has been a member of the
Caribe Club in Cristobal High
since her lreshman year, a mem member
ber member of the Nurses' Aide Club since
her sophomore year, and a mem member
ber member of the Torrid Zone Wizards

since her junior year

sita Crismatt served as hostess.
A silver doliar bridal shower
was held for Miss Kam, with Mrs.
Julio Fabrega, Miss Sonia Fabre Fabre-ga
ga Fabre-ga and Mrs. Em lio Guinard as
Hostesses. The event was given at
the Guinard home in Patilla and
was attended by the sisters of the

bride-elec, and wives of the otti

She has been an active membyr cers of the U. S. Embassy, wnere

of the Girl Scouts and attended i Miss Kam is a secretary,
the Senior Girl Scout Roundup in This evening, Mrs. Peter K. M.
Michigan in 1956. She has worked j Chen, w'fe of .he Charge d'Affair d'Affair-as
as d'Affair-as a nurses' aide at Coco Solo Hos es of the Chinese Embassy, will
pita' du-ing the past two summers entertain with a dinner party at
and is continuing this work on Sat- her home in El Cangejo. Twelve

urdavs and holidays. : guests are expected to aitena

Judy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Hollis Griffin, is the third-ranking
member in scholarship in the sen senior
ior senior class. She has been a member
of the bowlinfc earn, Dramatic
Club, Ca;ibe Club, Nurses' Aide
Club and an officer of the Rifle
Club.
Her activities in the community
inc'ude acting as a helner in the
Cub Scouts, attending Gins' State,
par icipating as a. officer n Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow for Girls and serving as a
nurses' aide a' Coco Solo Hospital.

former

lech aetics ter Inclutiea tn tku
celuma should be tubmitMd ia
rtrwrttten teim and nulled ee
the fees number luted daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise." or delivered
ay hand te the office. Notices, at
meeting cannot bo accepted n
telephone.

Toe chore' Federation
The American Federation of

Teacners, Local 227, will meet
Wednesday evening at 6:30 in the

Balboa H.gh School norary.

Knights of Columbus
CrUtobel Knights of Columbus
Cristobal Council 1689, Knigh's
of Columbus, will have a regular
meeting this evening at 7:30 at the
council chambers in Margarita.
The exemplification of the sec second
ond second degree will be enacted. The
ceremony has "been named the
Rev, John King Class in honor of
ae pastor of tue Vincentian ratn ratn-ers
ers ratn-ers Order on the Atlantic Side. He
Is leaving the Isthmus in the near
future.
At the close of the ceremonies,
a token of appreciaiion will be pre presented
sented presented Father King.

St. Luke's Altar Guild
The monthly meeting of the Al Altar
tar Altar Guild Room this evening it
7:30.

St. Luke's Women
To Hear Guest Speaker
Miss Angela Ofllesby, a

resident on the Isthmus, will be
guest speaker Thursday evening
a meeting of all the women if
St. Luke's Cathedral. The meeting
is scheduled for 7:30 in Bishop
Mor-is Hall.
Miss (Jglesby is now secretary
to the Rt. Rev. Michael H. Yashi Yashi-ro,
ro, Yashi-ro, presid ng bishop of the Japa Japanese
nese Japanese Episcopal Church.
A special invitation has been
extended to new members of the
Cathedral to become acquain ed
with the church activities.

Balboa Woman's Club
Guest speaker at a meeting "o "o-morrow
morrow "o-morrow morning of Ihe Balboa
Woman's Club will be J. J. Bar Barton,
ton, Barton, general manager of the sup supply
ply supply division of the Panama Canal
Company. He will speak on the

subject of procurement.
The program is planned for 9
a.m. at the JWB-USO in Balboa.
All women of the community are
invited to attend.

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WeJdinq of Miss Kam

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A round of social act : vines Pavti bt i c0StUmes, door

neen nem in ranama uy as pre pre-nup
nup pre-nup ial complimen's to Miss Be
tv Ann Kam and Mr. Oliver Kwai Kwai-Beit;
Beit; Kwai-Beit; who areto be married Sat Sat-vrrtay
vrrtay Sat-vrrtay evening at the Church of
CVo Rey.
!.",A barbecue party was given for
tfie bride-elect at the home 'of

-A eoine-awav oar y planned for

Thursday evening wi l be given by
the sister of the bride-elect, Miss

Pearl Kam, at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Alexander Peter Lim
Jr.
M'. Lim entertained this week
for Mr. Kwai-Ben. Thirty friends
joined the stag party at Tabaris.
Gamboa Golf Club Plans
Gala Halloween Ball
The Gamboa Golf Club will oe
the scene of a gala Halloween
Ball Sa'urday even ng, beginning
:t 8 p.m.
Hiehliehts of the affair will in

clude awarding of prices, for the

prizes and

spot pnzes. Several tfanama ois ois-til
til ois-til eries have donated thejr pro pro-due's
due's pro-due's for the award?.
Music will bp furnished by Pa Panama
nama Panama Louis, Armstrong and his or orchestra.
chestra. orchestra. Ticke s for the ball, are avail available
able available at the club bar, o- from
members of the dance committee.

Women's Auxiliary Furthers
Plans For Church Bazaar

Members of the Woman s Auxi Auxiliary
liary Auxiliary of the Gamboa Union Church
are working out final details for
the annual bazaar to be held Nov November
ember November 7 at the Gamboa Civic Cen Cen-er
er Cen-er Buildins.

Handmade articles and food it items
ems items 11 be available and a
lurkey dinner will be se-ved at 5v 5v-30.
30. 5v-30. Movies are being planned for
children's entertainment.

I Loyalty Dinner Thursday
I At St. Andrew's Church
SI. Andrew's Church in Cocoli
will be the scene of the annual loy loy-al'y
al'y loy-al'y dinner Thursday evening at

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Phrens Entertain
At Dinner Party
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard F. Phren
of Margari a were hosts at a'din a'din-er
er a'din-er party honoring their daught daughter
er daughter on her birthday.
The guest list included Mr. and
Mrs. Francis A. Reiman of Curun Curun-du,
du, Curun-du, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kelly
of Margarita and Mr. and A'".
Walter Carlson of Gamboa.

St. Paul's 'Fiesta'

To Be Held Friday
At Jamaica Society
St. Paul's Episcopal Church of
Panama Cit; today announced
that plans have been completed
for the presentation of "Fiesta
1958" at the Jamaica Society
Hall Friday night.
The Fiesta has developed in into
to into an annual affair at which the
members of the church and
their friends gather for an eve evening
ning evening of entertainment.

The main attraction Friday

will be the coronation of Queen

Joan I and King Roberto I to

reign over the festivities which
will begin at 7:30 p.m. and con

tinue until the early hours of

morning.

Among the attractions are:

West Indian cooked foods, Ja

maican-style hot patties, native

Panamanian dishes, p a s t r y,

cakes, and a number Of attrac attractive
tive attractive and amusing games for both
old and young.

TOO SKINNY? The former
Pamela Gant of London, Eng England,
land, England, weighed 240 pounds when
bricklayer John Endlcett pro proposed
posed proposed to her. Thinking to
please him, the 21 -year-old
redhead slimmed down from a
"barrage balloon" 47-35-54 to
a shapely 38-26-38. The Skirt
she holds above gives some
idea of her former girth. But
now husband 'John complains,
"I preferred her plump." The
couple has agreed to a separa separation
tion separation after three months of
marriage,

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House Group
Ordered To Probe
Bread Price Rise
WASHINGTON (UPI)-The si aft
of a House agriculture subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee was ordered yesterday to
investigate whether recent In Increases
creases Increases in New York City bread
prices were "justified."
In announcing the inquiry, sub sub-commi
commi sub-commi tee chairman victor L.
Anfuso (D-N.Y.) complained that
hik'ig industries recently raised
bread p-ces in the New York
area by two cents a loaf.

'Since baked goods provide a

basic staple in the consumer's

diet, 1 feel that the recent 'n 'n-ctcase
ctcase 'n-ctcase and any further increases

planned are no- in the public in

terest," Anfuso Said.

The subcommittee staff was di directed
rected directed to collect info-mation from
indus'ry, labor and government

sources.

iWE FRIEND

A reader wants to know if it i
proper to send out birth announc
ments for a second child, or an
but a couple's first born. The a
swer is "Yes." However, don't e
pect as many gifts for the secoi
baby as the first received.
Friends often grow a bit lax
Nwt sending baby gifts after
family's first arrival.

Margot Fonleyn
Interprets Ashlon's
New. Ballet Ondine

LONDON, Oct. 28 (UPI)

Twenty-seven curtain calls greet

ed last night's world premiere oi
Frederick Ashton's new three- act

ballet, "Ondine," at the Royal
House, Covent Garden.
Many of the calls admiteddly
were for Primer Ballerina Margot
Fonteyn which she receives when
ever she dances. But the ballet it itself
self itself got more than its fair share
of the applause specially from

the gallery, which is the main

thing.
"Ondine" is one of Ashton s
most ambitious works in a quarter
century of choreography, and on
all counts is superior to his "Cin
derella," a long-time full lenghth
favorite with English audiences.
The story, taeo from Friedrkh
de La Motte Fouque, deals with
the love,. of a human, Palemon,
for Ondine, a Water sprite. They
marry but are parted in a storm
at sea. He re-marries, only to be
reunited with his trua love, dying
in her arms with their first kiss.
Quick On Draw;
Slow On Recovery

SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)-Glenn

Brown, 23-year-old ban rrancisco

housepainter, was snowing nis
brother Claude, 33, his skill at ihe

fast draw with a .22 caliber tar

get pistol yesterday
He was reported resting com comfortably
fortably comfortably in St. Luke's Hospital to today
day today after shooting himself in the
right thigh.
HOLLOW MOCKERY
HARROW, England (UPI)
Workmen igging a hole in the
; -eet put up a sign proclaiming
hey held: "The only job where
-ou start at the top."

First AF Satellite:
launching Is Set.
Al Vandenberg AFB
LOS ANGELES (UPI) The
first-' Air Force latellite will bt.
launched ."in the periods Decem December
ber December January" from Vandenberg
A : Force Base, sew Wei Coas
space missile proving range, it
wis learned yesterday.
The first Air Force venture into
the satelite field preumably also
will mark the first time a U. S.
satellite has been blai.ed in o a
north-south orbit, passing gver the
North and South Poles, although
this was not confirmed,
Vandenberg AFB, located tome
200 milej north of here, has been

described as the only spot in (he

country where a north-south orbit

ing satellite could be launched. It

also would be the f rst lime I

satellite has been launched from

some mace other thin Cape C
niveral, Fla.

Informed sources refused to pin

aown me scneautea tiring to a
particular week at this time, stat-

mg we launching date fleoended i

upon tne most favorable" con conditions
ditions conditions during the two-mon'h per
iod.

The sources tald a Thor intermediate-
ranee ballistic missile

would be f red a week before the

satellite launching i order to

give a final test and checkout to

the base's; new facilities nd

equipment.

Launching of a satellite into an

orbit' 'Which, passed over the

earth's poles could enable scien scientists
tists scientists to gather more vital informa information
tion information on the deadly band of radia radiation
tion radiation other satellites have discov discovered
ered discovered surrounding the earth.
Some top scientists have stated

tne killing band, which it was
feared could hamper achievement
of manned space travel, may not
exist over the earth's poles and
that the band thus could be
avoided by launching A manned
space vehicles from those loca locations.
tions. locations. This was predicated on the
assumption the radiation band re resulted
sulted resulted from cosmic ray particles
trapped in the earth's magnetic
field.
The recent Air Force lunar
probe which;, penetrated 80,000
miles into space showed the band
was hot as thick as space enthu

siasm naa feared.

Building activity has been evi evident
dent evident at Vandenberg AFB Jor
some time.

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Household Hints

Create a witch's hat for Hallo Halloween
ween Halloween by making a cone out of
orange construction paper, or use
cardboard and cover with wrap wrap-pingjaper
pingjaper wrap-pingjaper or paint. Cut a rim out
of the same paper and tape to
the underside of the hat. Stick
toothpicks in the hat, each with
a chocolate on th end. Each "trick
or-treater" can pull out a choco chocolate,
late, chocolate, toothpick and all.
, Stake cones of heavy orange pap paper.
er. paper. Fill with assorted chocolates

and cover with saran wrap. Pile

on a platter, and keep near the
front door for trick-or-treaters.

NDIA SIGNS AGREEMENT
TOKYO tUPI) India has
7ned an agreement with Rom Rom-for
for Rom-for the construction of a
), 000-ton oil refinery in India,
Communist New China news
tncyv reported yesterday.

INVEST
IN MORTGAGES
Earn 8.8 interest
First mortgages on A-l
building and properties.
Free service and collec collections.
tions. collections. Inter-American Building
. and Loan Association.
32-21 Justo Arosemena Ave.
corner 32nd Street.

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the famous Argentine dance trio
DOLORES,
EL SURENO and EL CIMARRON
International masters of folklore dancing
opennist tonight
for a limited engagement in THE BELLA VISTA
2 Shows NIGHTLY 9 A 10:30 p.m.
no cover no minimum

A blend of 2 tablespoons honey
and 1-4 cup butter or' marga margarine
rine margarine makes a tasty topping for
yams. For the best flavor, heat i

medium cooked, peeled yams, or

1. can (1-pound) yams, drained, In

the butter -honey glaze over low

h"t for 15 minutes. Stir occasion
ally.

For a quick Halloween party

centermece carve a face in a
pumpkin. Wrap chocolates in foil

find fill the hollowed-out inside of
the pumpkin. Use as a centerpiece,
and before the oarty is over, let
each guest reach in and take his
chocolate prize.

111 mm in.
n .xWil"'wVx. t Xermm:i''fa- t,

Yams are idel vegetables fot
last-minute meals because their
moisture content makes them cook
faster than other root vegetables,
'-vs the Louisiana Yam Commis Commission.
sion. Commission. ''
Carve a smiling face In a pMmp pMmp-kin.
kin. pMmp-kin. Set the pumpkin on a large
platter. Wrap chocolates In color colored
ed colored paoer and set all around plat platter.
ter. platter. Keen refills ready for trick-or-treaters.
t

Save the f'rame from an old
lamDshade. cover it with cotton

mnciin. and use it to cover platters

of food when eating outdoors. For
better protection, put a draw
itrine in the muslin acres the

too of the frame and tack the

material lightly along the bottom.

Leather clothln should be dried
at room temnerat.ure. Never nana

near r"diptor. in sun of otfipr

strnn 1'ght. 'rh' dries natural oils

and fades colbrs.
TA.YI OP IN APAN

TOKYO (UPI) Gen. Maxwell

Tavlnr chief of Staff of the U. S

Army flew into Japan yesterday

nn the ?"J. 1n n' w" of
lean military installation?! In the

Far Fast Tovlo- arrived a'

Atsuai naval air s'ation south of

Tokvo at mlddav. after unending

three davs on an insoection tour

of U. S, and Benubl'c Of. Korea

Armv units. While he was in

Kir". th f'ur star officer

lunched with President Syngmsn

Rhee.

Army Gives Version

01 Why General
Helped GOP Senator

WASHINGTON; Oct. 2 (UPD-

The Army has explained a gener

als appearance with a campaign

ing Republican senator in reply to
a charge- by Democratic national
Chairman Paul M. Butler.

Butler .charged yesterday that
Mai. Gen. Theodore S. Riggs, who

commands the 6th Army Corps!

(Reserves), appeared on a paid
political broadcast in Michigan,

wearing his uniform, to "further

the cause of" Sen. Charles e. rot rotter
ter rotter OMieh.),
The Army, in response to ques

tions, issued a statement saying

"it is Army polipy. tnat participa participation
tion participation in political activities is to be

avoided." y
The Department 'Said Riggs
made a brief talk of. hot more than

two minutes in -resenting Potter

a certificate afe thif Anjencan Le Legion
gion Legion Hall in Detroit, f i

Potter, the Army saw, was non non-ored
ored non-ored as one of a number of distin distinguished
guished distinguished graduates of past infantry

officers' candidate schools with his
name placed on an honor roll in
an "fant : nffte candidate hall
of famen t FtrBenning, Ga.
"Mr. Pbtter'selectied Oct. 26, his
birthday celebratitm date, as, the
date for the presentation to be.
made to him," the Army said.
"The commanding general of the

Fifth Army requested Maj. uen.
Riggs.. .to make the military pre presentation
sentation presentation on that date."
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Reported Sinatra,
Lady Beotty Tiff
Apparently Ended
LONDON (UPI) The reported
lovers quarrel that seni Lady
Adell Beatty to Switzerland for
the weekend to get away from
Frank Sinatra appeared today to
be a thing of the past.
Ladp Beaity, Oklahoma-born,
twice-divorced -mother of two,
flew back, to London Airport Sun Sunday
day Sunday night all smiles and was met'
by Ewah Lloyd, the singer's pub publicity
licity publicity sgeht.
Sinatra did not go to the air airport
port airport but was reported waiting at
his suite at the Dorchester Hotel
on Park Lane until she had re returned
turned returned to London.
Sinatra is in london for the
benefit premiere of- a new Danrty
KAye film "Me and the Colonel'
Queen Elizabeth and the
Duke of Edinburgh attended
the premiere. m
While here Sinatra has been
seen in a number of London
night, spots with Lady Beatty and
thee were reports they might
wed.

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Scientists Report
Drua For Relief
Of Hypertension
SAN FRANCISCO fUPI)Three
U. S. Public Health Service sci scientists
entists scientists reported yesterday that a
new drug has shown "impres "impressive"
sive" "impressive" effects in lowering high
blood pressure.
However, they said more tests
must be made to determine how
lasting its value will' be in treat treating
ing treating hypertension.
The drug Is 1-phehyM-hydrasln-opronane,
known mere Informally
as' JB 516, The scientist sail It
nrodueed marked and sustained
lowerlne of blood pressure in -pa

1 1 lent i with hypertension, without
producing some a'de effects noted
in some pressure-lowering drugs
now in use.

They said tome patients given
high doses of the new drug
showed a unique side effect
temporary red-green color blind
edness. But they said Ibis dis disappeared
appeared disappeared when, the drug was
withdrawn. J
The report c-n the new 'drug,
was made bv Dm',; Louis Gllleipir
Jr., Luther L. Terry and Albert
Sloerdsma at a scientific session
of the American Heart Associa
lion. The doctors are research
physicians at the Health, Service's
National Heart Institute.

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four aces and his six diamond bid
showed one king.

Atan Jacobson of Amarillo who
sat South knew that hij seven
spade bid was slightly optimistic,
but he felt sure that there would
be a play for 13 tricks.
He won the opening heart lead
in Gummy and counted 12 top
tricks plus a possible thirteenth in
clubs. A dummy reversal play
seemed indicated provided the
trumps would break. Alan cashed
dummy's ace of spades and when
both opponents followed he ruffed
a heart in his own hand. A trump
lead back to dummy's jack, show showed
ed showed that the suit would break and
Alan ruffed a second heart,
He returned to dummy with th
ace of cluhs and ruffed the last
heart with his last trump. Back to
dummy once more with a diamond
and he led dummy's last trumo.
Th1 "icked uo West's last trump
end also allowed Alan to discard
hi fourth club whereupon the rest
of the hand was good.
Alan had made his thirteenth
trick by producing six trump
tricks when there onlv appeared
to be five in front of him.

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Swiss Papol Guard

Arrested, Expelled

VATICAN CITY (UPI)-One of
the papal Swiss Guards has been
arrested and expelled from Va i i-can
can i-can Cl'y for 'axity In performing
bis duties durin? the secret con. 1
clave of cardinals, Vatican
sources said yesterday.
It was d sclosed that the guard
was placed under arre3t Sunday
for failing to carry out his duties
in ihe "Courtyard of. the Parro'a"
at the foot nf the Borgia stair
cast in the Vatican.

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BY DICK KLEINER

' aiuuiit covers,; it reeOmweaus ot ot-er
er ot-er ioums saUtou .pyeai u
protis who ouy uiei.- ioum-

r name, and

names couipcu.ors

uaet. A tine iuB.
" WHEN ORkAt' tUSSiAt mu music
sic music u recofueu Dy giea. cia.cal
.riti.il it isn't siniiny ouei.on

ihem piay- mere's olien kome kome-tnlng
tnlng kome-tnlng ui a batv.e petweeu tM ai ai-Ustiu
Ustiu ai-Ustiu ana tecnnlcal aspect oi the
iecoidng.
M.scna Elman, one of the great
, violinists, says o- .u.a uai,'ie:
"Tnere s a cpntuc. between art artists
ists artists anu engmeers-the arus. s m-.
terpretation versus the engineers
sound, The MtU- may aec.ae o
play passage oily pianlssmo

out ihe enBHieer lur,ra u",

MANILA, Oct. 28 (UPD Fot-

"" eign Secretary Felixberto Serrano
Mathis' first ftwo hits for Colum fid U.S. Ambassador Charles Boh
bia, is primarily interred in com- len wu begin talks on the issue of
posing and is npw. coniiael'iog inre American military bases in the
otfers-anbtherbalJeiniwQ mo- Philippines, Nov. 12 it was an an-ie
ie an-ie a!signmen,& iHe cka m any-nounccd ;t6day. r
thing itom rock-aiiil-M to, long, A brief Foreign Ministry an an-Dfcir
Dfcir an-Dfcir iiuf ', alio a 28,, appears u nouncetnent followed a 40 minutes
have a bri liant future. meeting between Serrano and Boh-

ien at me foreign Ministry.

. mflf'C Bru. Ttnr Pnmn hat'

aiDUni another one, ; "Matittolins in aief The announcement said explora-

ftjoonlight, on nCA, wnicn is ngnt tuty ijts on me aipiomauc levei
.n the groove, O hest "You afe-WouM begin -Nov. 12 to determine
My LuVfc" iKefty !3iniib, Capitol); whether a basis exists for the re re-"1
"1 re-"1 Could Be a Moumaih'.' (Won sumntion of formal negotiations on
Rondo, Jubilee); "I'm a Kitten" outstanding problems releated to
(Canta' Maya, 'Jtoula tt)l "Jeal Philippines maintain maintain-ous
ous maintain-ous Heart" (Tab Hunter, WB1; ed by theU.S.'
"the Wairing Game" (Margarui
Whiting, Dotn "LOve Land?, )A1 V "'a anticipated that Serrano
Hibblei. Decca); "Bui Goes the and Bohlen would hold informal
Bees" ("Larry Ellis. Dale); "Chin- over a per'od of time, the
chilla" (The X-Hays, Kapp).r a"noiinfement said.
Pleasant background music on It was no' the purpose of the
new albums Roger Williams, the talks to reach an agreement but
brilliant pianistj has i glorious rather to exnlore the unresolved
two-record set on Kapp, "Songs it ''sues concerning the bases,- the
he Fabulous Century'; Warner announcement added.
Bros. Has "The Kin and I" Vans- 1

tunc,

21 Bodies Removed
From Mine Cave-In

SPRINGHILL, N.S., Oct 28

Ufi Hope was all but gone to today
day today for the miners still missing in
the rubble of a cave in, and the
death toll appeared certain to
reach 93.
By early morning a total of 21
bodies had been recovered from
the No. Shaft of the Cumberland
Railway and Coal company, which
was hit by an earthquake-like jolt
or "bump" Thursday night of the
174 men in the mine only 81 made
it to safety.
Miners and specially trained
mine rescue workers nave been
bringing out bodies one; or two at
a time. The rescue workers said
it appeared as though most of-the

victims had been killed outright

immediately after the bump. Some
were crushed bv falling rock and

debris. While others were poison poisoned
ed poisoned by the lethal gas.

They said the bodies were badly

descompooed because of the hu humid
mid humid conditions of the mine, and

they feared many would never be

identified. The bodies were being
wrapoed in plastic bags for trans

fer to the surface where at-

temDts were made to identify

them.

Bv today, even the rescue work

ers were resigned to the fact that

all the missing miners must have

been killed. The rescue crews

wre burrowing in three direc directions
tions directions to reach the face of the 13. 13.-000
000 13.-000 foot level where some 53 men
were believed trapped.

, WASHINGTON (UPI) A Senile, I960 with possible interim reports

tvaviftH IC1IUUUI v UDCDUl flflLIJ!

yesterday announced : plans for a

jroao luquiry into JJ, S. Latin
fmerican relations growing out or
ttacKs on Vict President Richard
M. Nixon during his goodwill tour
jafly this year.
The $150,000 study, apparently
the most comprehensive on th

subject to date, wat authbrized

oy tne benate in the closing days
of the session following the Nixon
incidents.
The S n a 1 1 subcommittee
headed by Sen. Wayne L Morse
(D-Ore,)( Announced it would
"make an objective evaluation of
the present state of U. S. rela
tions with Latin America to the
end that soeeific recAmmnri..

tions" mar be made for nniKu

legislation.

It said much of the work will
be done by private firms and in institutions.
stitutions. institutions. The group also will re

quest a series of background pa-

peri irora experts or tne Library
of Congress' legislative referenc

service.

Annual Art Show
To Open Sunday
In Little Gallery
More than SO oil fcnd. water
color paintings, the works of
outstanding artists on both sides
of the Isthmus, will be exhibited
for two weeks in the Little Gal Gallery
lery Gallery of the Tlvoll Quest House.
The occasion will be the 17th
annual community art show,
sponsored by the Canal Zone Art

League and AmericanPenwom-

en in conjunction with National
Art Week observance.
The exhibit will be opened
formally at 4 p.m. Sunday when
the ribbon will be cut by Mrs. W.
E. Potter, wife of the Governor
of the Canal Zone.
Although no formal Invita Invitations
tions Invitations have been Issued, the pub public
lic public is invited to view the exhibit,
which includes landscapes, por portraits
traits portraits and Some abstracts.

2&fifS U.S. Supreme Court Agrees To Decide
.mpanUt, he nerf t me, '" P mUgc 0D Columbia's.. "Teachit r
hLTLZ- f"iy" wi'.h KosteaneU doing C'.L.. fi-Jj.J. n.

un ecuruy oxanaaras ror civilians

k hard at ail."

All thii, Elman's eyes is
symp brnatic ol the current crav craving
ing craving tor "sounu, souitu,: oa..-.
SO many people," say the
viouniSi, vay ti-ol l i"dV u"
. tinn pare

tneir mawuue.
' about anything but ine aound tney
get; f hey 00u t care u
pretatioa is good or bad. Some old
MCMdrtn acratciiy sunace,
" and. not so gooa iiaell.y, i,eali
1 better than we new one because

tne intetpet"On u tM
This yea 1& Elman'a annlversa annlversa-ty
ty annlversa-ty 6U year as a concert aft
, fit.years as a concerv arast in the
V .tie began recording when ne
was-14, in Paris. In tnose days,

he coulon t even use ms vwu

gineer ana ne turns mUsic from too musicals: oh RC

ist oown aoner Bi.ii--anu e v.-. Morton G hag oue, anou.

The statement saiH th.

mittee "will seek the view, nf

privite citizens who have experi experience
ence experience in Latin America, particu particularly,
larly, particularly, businessmen, news corre correspondents,
spondents, correspondents, university professors,
and officials of private founda founda-tions.
tions. founda-tions. or other private institu institutions."
tions." institutions." Public hearings will be' held
early next yeir. Some members
of the subcommittee also will
travel to Latin America for a
first hand look t conditions
there.
The subcommittee said it will
try to issue a final report bv June

ui ,ic..ui.mt.

The statement said the study
would cover these points;
1. Broad oolitic! trends since

World War II of? major develop developments
ments developments in JL policy : towar.d

i.aun America and of Latin Am

ericsh policies toward the United

states.

2. Problems of economic devel development
opment development of the American repub
hps, emphasizing sources cap
ital, including prospective new

sources sucn as tne inter-Ameri
can Development Bank.

3. Examination of the problems
posed by dependence of some

countries upoh a single commod
ity for a large proportion of for
eign excham esrninei. soecifir

ally coffee, petroleum, minerals,

wooi, wnesj'., and beef

. The role of U. S. hiuin

rm Latin American devlnnmni

n relations wim Latin American

governments, the public, labor

ana local business.
5. The extent, of Communist

ir ine enects on

tif a. Lstin American oolitical.

et ..u-nic, and cultural relations.

. u. a. participation in, and

-r'-M toward, various multi

lateral economic asenciea. surh

as the U. N. Economic Commis Commission
sion Commission for Latin America.

7. PUbliO attitUd .ffeMma

V. S.-Latin American relations,
both governmental and private.

. roreign policy imoiicationS
of inter-Americart defense.
I. The role f th nrn;tiUn

of American States and recom

mendations ror strengthening it.
10. Agencies within the U. s.
government that deal with Latin
American affairs.

Right-To-Work Proposals
Condemned By Sec. Mitchell

WASHINGTON (UPI) Labor
Secretary James P. Mitchell took
sharp issue yesterday with those
fellow Republicans who are back backing
ing backing "dghMo-work" proposals in
next week's elections.
"I would Question the wisdom
of such laws, Mi'chell said.
The labor secretary threw him himself
self himself In the thick of the campaign
debate on anti-union-shop laws in
an appearance on the American
Broadcas'ing- Company's "Open
Hearing" television show.
Voter in six states will cast
ballots on "right-to-work" propos proposals.
als. proposals. The states are Califo-nia.

Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Wash

ington and Ohio.
.Eighteen other stales already
have such laws, enacted under a
provision of the federal Taft-Hart-iey
Law, which provides that a
s'ate may outlaw the practice f
making union membership a re requirement
quirement requirement fo- employment. ,.'
Mitche'l said that 12 stales that
now have right-lo-work laws are
in the solidly Democratic South.
The six others are in the Mid Midwest,
west, Midwest, he said.
He gave as his reason for on-

posing restrictions on union shop

clauses me isct mat 70 per cent

By CHARLOTTE G. MOULTON

the moon, the wind and the s ars
en "Moon, Wind and Stars"; lush,
i"t.i,."i ,1 ..j: -flavor.
Montenegro's "Ellington Fantasy"

On Vlk, do ng some or tne uuk s WASHINGTON (UP!) The
compositions with strings. Supreme Court agreed yesterday
Twa top conductors are repre- to decite whethe- the federal gov gov-sened
sened gov-sened oaLnew classical releases, eminent has the right to impose
snowing their fine interpretations, loyalty and securi.y siandards on
Reiner, lead ng the Chicago Sym- ,ome lhree mill'nn c vi ian' work work-phony,
phony, work-phony, has a long-needed. new ver; ers in deense plants,
aion or pvTOrak'i Symphony No. jn' a brief o:der, the coun an an-r,
r, an-r, .y'taWj 'he ovelv "Now nounced that it will hear the
World Symphony "And Bernstein, 8ppeai of wiMam L. Green, who
witli 1 the New York Phlharmonic i0Vt h: job as a $i8,ooo-a-year
conducts an all-Ravel nogfm. Jo .. input nf Marvimd en-

ing the. overdone ;"Boler plus' gneerin research' H-m in 195?

nole," on Columbia

Rapsodie;Eipag-iWhen the Defense Department

lin to tecora With-. Tney nane t j l .s ;- -him
an aiumninum viol'n that was DaM ; A f fVA V fill v
connected directly to .he trumpet WUVUJV f

into Which eany recorqmK. a l. JjL- tLl: -1

Tmhgs have changed confide .(

ah v since men, nu. tun an

With Israeli Aid

certain U the changes are lor the

htter.

MOSCOW. Qcf. 28 (UPD Thei.-j ....1... uT:iLTi-..:.i .f .

BOB ARCHIBALD is looking or; Soviet Union. .rfccUsed the west jo-i ;'"?' mTs ' I, Un a-

a no,., r. n.w Ktiiii i....r.

w 'horew his security clearance

The high court will schedule!

oral argumenis and .hen hand
down a written decision" later.
The case posed the first consti constitutional
tutional constitutional 'est" of the government's
broad indus.rial security program
for screening workers "in pnva'e
firms doing sec c; defense work.
Under the program, these work

ers must be cleared for security

irmihle. He's started a ne re

cording iirm; called De.lny." Ktc'
oras,' and says he's doklng tor
lingers, composers and recbrdlnj
in o.npral. Hp.'II orobablv

be ilobded with applicants, but if
you Care to battle, th Hood, write

n m Si. uestiny,, j.oi xrouwjr,
fiew York. , ''' v ;
RECORDINO A and R MEN
ff all walklnc around with more

pride these days, since Ihe hon.ir
' That came tb one of -their number,
.Columbia's Bob Prince. He was

CUIllMUSklUltCU U IVUUUIU
to write a jazz bal'.et to be part
0: Robbins' "Dance U.S.A." which
played the Brussels Worlds Fair.
wh: he wrote, "N.Y, Export, op.
Jazz,'Kwas hit and was a big
. success at the fair and at the
, Broadway showing of the Robbins

Prince, who. arranged 'Johnny 'said.

oay 01 ouiiaing up israe s mm- m011 . h. .moval of tne work.

tvrX' lnJ,KW EV ; ,J gVSS was'scVused" of past, as as-The
The as-The orhcial Jommunist party j Meirt,om with pommunists and
TT'Zl WiW'Li, 2 Communist front organizations.
f'tJK;,..V:MiV The charges also included the as.
troops from pbanfttt ani Jordan; .ertf9n that his former wife was
but cited Arab press warn ngs that' oflce ,n arden', Communist,
" ie ;orced wfthdrawl ef the Bu Green con' ended, that, de de-aggressors
aggressors de-aggressors in no way.means they fe,e -authorities bafed'thek. ac ac-have
have ac-have given up their .predatory ton In pardon secret information
plans in the Near East.", y. 7, in() tnat he was denied an p-

"We cannot fan to notice mat. portunity to face his accusers. He

V w"1"" F" w.fusaid he was deprived of his con-

icvensniy ki huiik ismn uunng ine
past months," Pravda said. "Is "Israel
rael "Israel has recently signed agree agreements
ments agreements for the supplv nf arms with
Britain, France. Belgium, Italy
and the United States.
"This confirms the reports that
'.he British and U.S. i imperialists
ire once again counting on Israel
ifcparlng a new adventure," It

stKutional right to due process of
law.
Ureen took his case to the high
court when lowe1- cours sustained
the Defense Department.
In another security case, the
cour agreed to hear the appeal
of Wi'liam V. Vltarelli, a former
Interior Department employe in
the Pacific who was fired as a
"secur'ty risk" in 1954. He was
accused of being "not reliable or
trustworthy,"
At the time of his dismissal, ne
was an educational officer at

Koror in the Palau district of the
Pacific Trust Territory. Vitarelli
later sought reinstatement in the

light of the Supreme Court's rul ruling
ing ruling that federal employes holding
noo-sensi ive jobs could ( net be

fired on security grounds.
The government thereupon de

leted any refertnee to ecurty

ana issued a new dismissal notice
on grounds of his alleged unre unreliability,
liability, unreliability, and untrustwo-thiness.

Vitarelli's lawyers' charged the
procedure was U'egal,
The court's decision; to review
these security cases was among

several orders handed down in a
15-minute session. (
In anothe- tetion before ad adjourning
journing adjourning until Nov. 10, th court,
for the second week in a row,
ordered the U.S. Court of Anneal

to re-examine the award of a tel

evision channel in 'he Tght of tes testimony
timony testimony given to the House influ influence
ence influence investigating mbcpmmittee.
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Tourists Report

Romanian Embarked

On Mass Arrests

VIENNA (UPI)-Western ,tour

istg returning irom Communist

Romania yesterday reported the

alarms. Bucharest regime had

embarked on a terror campaign
of mass arrests.

According to the reports, many
Romanians have been arrested
and jailed without the formality

or a trial, families who were

high in society during pre-war
days are particular targe s of the

ponce.

Prisons were said to be so
crowded that minor offenders

had been turned loos to make
way for political prisoners.
The tourists painted grim
picture of life in the ones gay
Balkan country. Sunday no long longer
er longer is a day of rest. People are
forced .0 work as "volunteers"

on state projects during their

tree hours and on Sunday.
Churches, once crowded, now are
nearly empty. Old people no
longer able to work as "volun "volunteers"
teers" "volunteers" attend services.
The tourists reported that the
cen er of opposition to th Com Communist
munist Communist regime of Gheorgh

ueorgniu uej was among th
peasants who Often were forced
tu labor 16 hours a day in the
fields, there is a shortage of
(raciots at ttate-owned farm en enterprises
terprises enterprises and as a result many
r actor drive's have to ork
through the night during; harvest
ad plowing seasons,
Unrest in Romania is not new.
There were repor s of unrest dur during
ing during and after the 1956 Hungarian
revolution, : Premier Chivu Stoic
and party secretary GheorgiuDe j
frequently- have spoken u t
against opposition to the regime
ind have warned that any at attempted
tempted attempted "counter revolution")
would he ruthlessly put down. 1

of all collective bargaining agree agreements
ments agreements now in fore include such
provisions. These provisions hav
been agreed to in free bargaining
saJtj mn'ment nI labor, he
i'I'S lle wisdom of states
JffJh'n ,Bf,tM" he said.
ou.i.Uff" fr! that "without
question the Republ can Partv
fh.,bh?,'Vbtrfr friend 01 K2
th, J1?? h Deocratic Party.
S.ati0n ;orlter ver hsve
fh- -it S. 00d ,hev hve in
?,fm f of te Eisenhowe?
"mmlalralion, he said.
When President Eisenhower re
rently said in a soerh (hTfom,
labor union ihM

leaders. c"",,,en 01 0I"e union
J.1 'hi"k thaj IJle.AFL.C10 it it-?h?
?h? it-?h? irees with the President in
hit they too have been atfempt
unions where corruptness has
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Galindd-Alberga

2nd Round To Be Completed
By Coming Sunday Evening

When bankers get together, it usually means
bad news for somebody but this was not the case at
the Brazos Brook Country Club this past weekend.

Anlbal Gallndo, perennial club
champion, and manager of the
Banco de Colon, teamed up with
Percy Alberga, big cog of the
Chase Manhattan Bank for the
Sixteenth Annual Mido Multifort
Watch Tournament.
Thej were favored as ultimate
winners but the unconsidered
partnership of Mike Greene and
5ob Leigh had other Ideas and
when the smoke of battle had
cleared there was no joy in the
counting house for the little
men" had posted a 3 and 2 vlc-
t0Othet matches found Huldt Huldt-quist
quist Huldt-quist and Walnlo easy winners
Plummer, Ottis
Fight For Title
Sunday At Gym
Lightweight champion Fadwl Fadwl-ce
ce Fadwl-ce Plomnwr and top-rankad con contender
tender contender Horacio Otti will moot
in a lS-round title fight at tho
National Gym Sunday night as
the ftatura of a four-bout indo indo-ponrf.tnce
ponrf.tnce indo-ponrf.tnce holiday wookond card.
Plummer, who took tho crown
from Ottii last July whon
kayood the lattor while within
the 135-pownd limit in a non-title
affair, dropped a decision to
Miami lightweight Ike Vaughn
bout a month ago.
Ottii, since losing his crown,
has made successful appearanc appearances
es appearances in Ecuador. He had been a a-head
head a-head on points up to when he
was stopped by Plummer and
is itching for a chance to re re-ctom
ctom re-ctom himself and regain the
diadem.
In Sunday's six-round temi-fi-nal
veterans Vicente Worrell
and Black Bill face each other
In a 117-pound scrap; in two
other four-round prelims, David
Wright and Sandy Avila swap
punches at 129 pounds; and Er Er-nesto
nesto Er-nesto Campbell and Roy Thoikj
will fight at a weight limit of
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Donna Martel
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over the Hull-Thompson com combination
bination combination while Compton and
Nelson won a close one Over Ma Ma-duro
duro Ma-duro and Owen 2 and 1.
Doctor Vern Prler (as he is un uncommonly
commonly uncommonly known) and son-in-law
Captain Jim Wallace were

two down with two to play a-
gainst Don Hause and Emo Ev
erson but they rallied with a
birdie two on 17 and a par on 18
to tie the match it will be re
played during this week.
The second round is to be
completed by this coming Sun
day evening and the pairings are
as follows:.
Greene-Leigh vs Huldtquist Huldtquist-Walnio.
Walnio. Huldtquist-Walnio. Brown-Nordstrom vs Keith
Kenway-Larry Wilder.
Hoverson-Tortoricl vs Mee-han-Robinson
Morland.
Brayton-Plnkham vs Horan Horan-Mathieson,
Mathieson, Horan-Mathieson, Cbmpton-Nelson vs McGUber-ry-Logan.
Hamlin-Gesink vs Roth-De-Paps.
A. L. Wilder-Lewis vs Duncan Duncan-Johnson.
Johnson. Duncan-Johnson. French-Marquard vs the win winners
ners winners of the Hause-Everson. vs
Prier-Wallace match.
Bobo Olson
In Comeback
Try Tonight
OAKLAND, Calif. (UPI) Carl
(Bobo) Olson, short on cash but
long on hope, makes his second
attempt at a comeback To Tonight
night Tonight when he meets Don Grant
of Los Angeles in a 10-round
light-heavyweight bout.
The former world middleweight
champion essayed a similar re return
turn return to the ring last year and
after outpoinging old Joey Maxim
was flattened in the second round
by Pat McMurtry.
, Olson claims that-he Is in the
peak of condition after snarnng
some 70 rounds and being freed of
the domestic upsets which
plagued him during his disastrous
world title bouts with Ray Rob
inson.
"I'd like to fight Ray again but
n the light-heavyweight bracket.
Bobo says. "Trying to m a k p
weight for those middleweight
title defenses, .after,. ..going., up, to
175 pounds a ere too hard on my
system.
Olson's onponent. a comoarativp
unknown, has a good right hand
punch which may give the ex-
chamo s law a good test. Bobo is
supposed to have had a glass one
installed after being knocked out
by Archie Mo;.re in 1955.
This also figures as a comeback
for Gnnt, who was stopped hv
Floyd Patterson, now the world
heavyweight nhamnion. in iPa5.
Grant was idle last year and has
won a fight anrl lost one this year.
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Hector Hicks v
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Easy Winner
Over Martinez

Unbeaten bantamweight contend contender
er contender Hector Hicks today enjoyed the
right to be considered leading as-i
pirant for champion fcdwin isykes
crown, in the wake of his impres impressive,
sive, impressive, unanimous decision win over
vjeteran Claudio Martinez Sunday
night in a Colon Arena 10-round-er.
,
Hicks, now a winner of eight
straight fights, made the more
experienced Martinez look like an
amateur as he used mostly a
stinging left hand to punch his ri rival
val rival throughout the lopsided match.
Hector weighed 118 pounds to
Claudio's 117V4.
The winner, who was so confi confident
dent confident of victory that he clowned
throueh the final round, had the
loser swollen about both eyes be
fore the bout was halfway
through.
Hicks plans to fight Cuban 118
Twiund kine Laeartiia Reyes on
the Isthmus on a date to be an
nounced soon, before challenging
Sykes for the R.P. diadem.
In thp other bouts Sunday night:
Arturo Puntillita Smith. 128, took
a snlit decision from Jose Felix
Gondola, 128, in a lively six-round
semifinal.
Manhattan Kid, 116, kayoed Jo Jo-sp
sp Jo-sp Pnrheeo 116Vb. in 10 seconds
of the final stanza of a four-rounder
and in the curtain raiser,
which had been set for four heats,
Tnpp Perez, 125. stooped Carlos
Thompson, 129, in 2:55 of the sec second.
ond. second. KU's Vel Heckman
Named S.E.C. UPI
'Lineman Of Week'
ATLANTA (UPI) Tackle Vel
Heckman, a 231 pound senior
from Allentown, Pa., who anchors
the University of Florida's dogged
defensive line, was named South-
eastern Conference lineman of the
week Monday by "United Press In International
ternational International for his outstanding
performance in Florida's 10
loss to Louisiana State.
Heckman, an immovable giant,
was a thorn in Louisiana State's
attackt hroughout the game. He
was the big reason that the LSU
offense onlv gained 89 yards rush-
ine and his frequent trips into
the L S U backfield hobbled the
Tieers' passing.
Louisiana State learned early in
the game the. same fact forci forcibly
bly forcibly brought home to other Florida
opponents if you want to pick
up yardage, keep away from Heck Heck-man's
man's Heck-man's side of the field.
Heckman was nominated for the
same honor last week for his role
in Florida's 6 6 tie with Van Van-derbilt
derbilt Van-derbilt but was edged out by end
Jack Rudolph who keyed Georgia
Tech to a' tie With Auburn.
Other linemen nominated this
week: Center Max Fugler of
Louisiana State; guard Pat Dye of
Georgia, teckle Fred Sington of
Alabama, center Jackie Burkett of
Auburn and end Rooster Akin of
Vanderbilt.
NY Knickerbockers,
Lakers Sfaearly
Reversal 01 Form
The New York Knickerbockers
and Minneapolis Lakers are stag
ing an early reversal of form as
they climb from last season's cel cellar
lar cellar to the too of their respective
divisions in the National Basket
hall Association.
Th Knirks maintained their
Eastern lead Sunday by defeating
th Philadelphia Warriors, in
overtime, 100-94, while the Lakers
assumed command of the Western
sector with a 108-100 victory over
the Detroit Pistons.
A' lay -. un basket by Willie
Naulls with five seconds to play
tied the score at 89-all in regula regulation
tion regulation time and sent theKnicks on
their second straight overtime
win.
e Lakers nullified NBA scor scoring
ing scoring king George Yardley's 36
loint performance with some bal
anced scoring of their own. vern
Mikkelsen led Minneapolis' five
double figure scorers with 22.
I,srr Foust and Bob Leonard
contributed 19 aniece. Klgin Bay Baylor
lor Baylor had 18 and Boo Ellis, 10.
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i'J. James vs. The Daltons"
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as dead ducks in the World Series. Fred Haney's shotgun technique is deadly, as the happy
Braves' pilot demonstrated bagging mallards in the Chain of Lakes game fields, McHenry, UL

Junior Johnson Drives Ford

To Nascar Sweepstakes Win

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ByOSCARFR ALEYy

NEW YORK (UPI) Hogan
(Kid) BasseV, the squat, heavily-
muscled Nigerian who holds the
featherweight championship of
the world, is a man with a mis mission
sion mission who expects to find the next
two years the hardest.
Bassey is going to risk the title
as seldom as necessary the next
two years. Which is why he'll
fight Brooklyn's Carmelo Costa
at Madison Square Garden on Fri
day night in an over the weight
match.
Bassey, a chief of Nigeria's Ef
fik tribf, is 'going to do every
thing possible to assure that he
still holds the world champion championship
ship championship when his nation becomes in independent
dependent independent in October of 1960.
' There are close to 30 million
people in, Nigeria," he explained,
his teeth lashing like piano keys
on black v.yeivet. it would mean
much to my people to know that
one of them Is a champion of the
world when we become a na
tion."
Honored By Quttn
If this sounds like deep, ideal idealistic
istic idealistic thinking for a prize fighter
you must take into consideration
that even though Bassey started
his fighting on the docks of Lagos,
Nigeria, he considers himself a
chief among his people.
He was born Okun Bassey Asu Asu-quo,
quo, Asu-quo, merely anglicizing his name
for a fighting nom de plume. And
his tribal heritage shows through
in a reserved, well mannered
method of speaking the clipped
English accent learned since he
was taken to Liverpool.
There is a deep oride In him
that he was s the first Nigerian
named a member of the "Noble
Order of the British Empire" by
Queen Elizabeth last January. He
also cherishes the fact that he
was tne nrst poxer ever men
tioned on the Queen's Honor List.
"A distinct honor, y'know," says
the 5-foot, 3-inch slugger who has
won 52 of 63 bouts, 19 by knock
outs. "I am grateful not only lor
myself but for my people."
Rough Evening Ahtad
Costa apparently is in for a
rough evening, even though the
24-vear-old Brooklyn boxer has
won 33 of 45 bouts and three out
of four since returning from
service.
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Because Bassey specializes
in
flattening home town he roses in
their own back vard.
He went into Belfast to floor
Spider Kelly for the British Em
pire title. Then, in the feather featherweight
weight featherweight elimination which followed
Sandy Saddler's retirement, he
went to Washington where Miguel
eerrios was well-liked and pound
ed out an easy decision.
That matched him with Frenoh
favorite Cherif Hamia for the ti
tlein Paris and Bassev knocked
him out in 10 rounds in June of
1957. Defending the bauble. Bas
sey moved into Los Angeles and
quiciciy knocked out Mexican fa favorite
vorite favorite Ricardo Moreno.
CHARLES MEETS FLEEMAN
DALLAS, Tex. (UPI)-Former
heavyweight champion Ezzard
Charles, guaranteed a payday of
$3,000, meets Texas light heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight champion Donnie Fleeman
tonight in a 10-round bout at Dal Dallas
las Dallas Memorial Auditorium. A
crowd of 6,000 is expected.
ATLANTIC
The Atlantic Little League will
hold a meeting on Wednesday
evening at 7:30 p.m. in the Elks
Home in Maffianta. The meeting
has been called for the purpose of
organizing the 1959 Little League
season, which is slated to gei
under way soon after the New
year.
Officials of the Atlantic Little
League, who were elected after
the close of last season are:
Joseph L. Hickey, president; Hen Hen-rv
rv Hen-rv H. Shirk, vice-president; Ben
nett G. Tipton, sec trea; George,
Radel, business agent; Henry J.
McElhone, player agent; George
Tullv. chief umpire and Sherman
Brooks, chief scorer. It is expectv
ed that the roster of managers
and roaches will announced next
week as there are a few vacancies
still to be filled in these positions.
Parents of boys eligible for Lit Little
tle Little League play are invited to at attend
tend attend and to learn of the plans for
the coming season. A particular
invitation is extended to those ex experienced
perienced experienced in managing, coaching,
umpiring, scoring and baseball
writing.
Tryouts for positions on the
league's six teams have b e en
scheduled for Saturday Nov. 8 and
15. Eight and nine year olders
will report of the 8th with the
ten eleven and twelve year olders
wprkin-o out on Nov. 15.
Registration blanks will be
available next week at Coco Solo,
Margarita and Gatun Elementary
'rhnols and at Cristobal Junior
High School as well as at the
vm in the same towns. Further
details of the tryouts will be an announced
nounced announced next week.
PACIFIC
The Pacific Little League, dis distributed
tributed distributed applications for all can candidates
didates candidates who will try out for the
Pacific Little T,ea"ue. The apn'i apn'i-c
c apn'i-c a 1 1 n have been to the
schools at Ancon, Balboa, Gam
boa Diablo and Saint Marys.
Only those boys who are qualif qualified
ied qualified to play baseball in the Pacific
Little League, should fill out the
applications. Boys who reside oh
Military and Naval reservations
should apply tooths Arm Forces

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, ATLANZA (UPI) Junior John
son of Ronda, N. C, one of the
hottest stock car jockies of the
season, staved off two surges by
nreoau jiooerts sunaay to cap capture
ture capture the 150-mile Nascar sweep-
sianes ai lAKewooo rant.
t was an action-packed event
and one phase of that action
sent driver Bill Morton to the
hospital ij critical condition. The
Bluff City, Tenn.: native flipped
over four times trying to miss the
car of Jim Massey of Burlington
in. t;., on the 119th lap..
Roberts challenged John
son twice between the 125th and
135 th laps on the one-mile banked
oval, but from the 136th on it was
all Johnson, driving a 1957 Ford.
Roberts placed second, Lee Petty
of Randleman, N. C, was third
and Joe Weatherly of Norfolk,
Va., took fourth place.
Johnson wort 51,900, Roberts $1, $1,-200,
200, $1,-200, Petty $950 and Weatherly
650.
Other finishers, in order, were
Charley Mincey of Atlanza; Shorty
Rollins, Corpus Christi, Tex. Joe
Lee Johnson, Chattanooga, Tenn.;
Larry Franks, Angier, N. C.f
Brownie King, Johnson City,
T?nn.; and- Glen Wood, Stuart,
VS..
Witnesses credited Fred Hobbs
of High Point. N. C, with pre preventing
venting preventing possibly more damage in
the crash that injured Morton. He
backed his car up and placed it
between Morton's flaming racer
and the rest of the pack.
A doctor said Morton suffered
a concussion, and ah almost sev severed
ered severed hand, along with other in injuries.
juries. injuries. Little League. Those living in Cu Cu-rundu,
rundu, Cu-rundu, should apply to that group.
Boys residing at Albrook Air
Force Base should sign up' with
those in charge of the Albrook Lit
tle League. Boys who attend the
Latin American Schools in the
.one snouid contact the Isthmian
League.
Under the charters granted the
various leagues, no league is per permitted
mitted permitted to recruit players from ter territories
ritories territories and areas assigned to
other leagues.
Pacific Little League will have
their tryouts next mouthy and 11
boys who are not members of the
six teams in the Little League,
namely, Sour Cola, Gibraltar,
Lincoln Life, Seymour Agency, Agency,-Elks
Elks Agency,-Elks and Police teams; and who
do not belong to the other leagues,
should fill out the application.
This means all boys between ages
ot to u, tnat played In the
Farm League, and others who
qualify under Little League rules.
Major College
Football Ratings
"NEW YORK (UPI)-The. Unit United
ed United Press International major col
lege football ratings (first1 place
votes and won lost tied records in
parentheses):
Team Points
1. Iowa (9) (4-9-1). 262
2. Army (6) (4-0-1) 253
3. Ohio State (4) (4-0-1) 247
4. Auburn (7) (4-0-1) 230
5. Louisiana St. (8) (6 0) 213
fi. Mississippi (6-0) r 142
7. Oklahoma (4-1) 141
8. Purdue (4-1) 112
9. Wisconsin (3-M) 99
10. Pittsburgh (4-1-1) ": 65
11, Colorado (1), 39; 12, North
western. 29: 13. Rice. 22; 14
Navy, 14; 15, Notre Dame, 12;
Texas 10: -17 ; (tie)r. Southern
Methodist, Texas. Christian and
Air Force Force Academy 6
each; 20, North Carolina, 4. t
Otherst Georgia Tech. 3; Jexas
asm, Syracuse ana tie m son,
each; Oklahoma State, and Call
fornia, 1 each.

Editors CONRADO

NorthwesternCoach

Knew It All
By" HARRY GRAYSON
EVANSTON.4 111. (NEA) --When
Stu Holcomb was named director
of athletics at Northwestern, he
anew precisely where to look for
tootbau coach:
Having coached Miami of Ohio
himself, Holcomb was well ac
quainted with, the1 technique and
record of Art Parseehian. whose
normwestern varsity is the most
spectacular story, pf the. couege
season to date.
inheriting practically nothing
and the Jast place club that went
witn it in 1956, Parsephian quick
ly lived up to his Miami reputa-
tion with a 4-4-1 mark. Larcelv
because Northwestern hasn't, won
Big Ten chamnionshio in v 10
years and football was nearlv ex
tinct in Evanston, there were high
nopes ror nis genius m 1957.
nut the' roof .feU in and somd
Old Purples commenced to won
der if maybe the young man from
Miami wasn't in'ahnvA hIM hoaii
They hadn'tl made a study of the
handsome, dark-complexioned qui quiet
et quiet Parseghian, of course.' Those
who bad knew he would bounce
back like, an election repeater.
This despite ihe fact that, the
Wildcats didn't win a single' de-
cision in nine last season and
went into tins one without having
scored a point since last Nov,
HEAVY GRADUATION LOSSES
hurt Northwestern last season and
six starting linemen were lost in
the opener with Stanford.
"By the time we got into the
season," recalls Parseghian, "the
most we could suit up was 31. We
did not have two first string play players
ers players start any ooe game.','
Northwesterni was', given the u u-sual
sual u-sual losers' treatment in pre-sea-son
estimate 'this trip. "Apother
lean year m jsvac.stou," they said.
As bad as they were shorthand shorthand-ed
ed shorthand-ed in 1057, the Wildcats lost sev
en reguhn tnrougn graduation
and one of their .-more. formidaTiie
sophomore flanker ; replacements,
t.;h n i i .... . i '..
Diu ociiwaiiuet-K,,jyroKe nig ;ieg,
"Yet in practice and the sprin?
game, I got the idea that we Were
PIN POINTS.
Ball Is Most
Fourth of in instructional
stritt wrirtsn for NEA Sarvico
and Tho Panama American by
champions; '
By LEE JOUGLARD
ABC All-Evonts Record-Holder
CHOOSE your ball with, great
care.
It is the most important part of
the equipment. Select a ball from
the rack at the local bowling cen
ter the first .few times you. bowl.
Then," if possible,' purchase your
own. .
Considering what weight to
choose most men and many wom
en are able to control a 17-pound-er,
the maximum. If your hands
are not strong enough for this
weight, through trial and error,
however, pick one out somewhat
lighter. They are made as light
as 10 pounds.
Test the thumb and finger holes,
making certain' that they fit snug
ly, yet loose enough to allow you
to Withdraw the fingers freely.
Check for proper span. Bury the
thumb in the thumb hole and
wrap the rest of the hand around
the ball, If the ball fits, the first
joint of the middle and fourtn lin lingers
gers lingers should extend a quarter-inch
past the inner edge of the finger
holes.
Special bowling shoes may be
rented or purchased. For right
banders, the left sole is made.' of
leather to allow for the fourth
or sliding step and the right sole.
of rubber vto insure a good, nrm
pushaway.
NEXT: Grips.
Army Retains Lead
For Lambert Trophy
NEW YORK (UPD-Army, al
though tied by Pittsburgh last
Saturday, retained the lead in the
Lambert Trophy rattings, emble emblematic
matic emblematic of eastern college football
supremacy, while coach John
Michelosen's Panthers moved up
to second place. ;
'Army had a score of 9.75 out
of a possible '10 points and Pitt
had 9.15 in the 'voting by a 10-
man Panel of eastern coaches,
writers jtnd broadcasters. '
Syracuse was third "with 7.5
points, followed in order by Navy
(7.4), Holy Cross (5.S), Perin
State (4.3), Rutgers (4.2),' Boston
College (2.5) Cornell' (1.9) and
Villanova (1.6)
- '
FAN PUNCHES HALAS
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) An
unidentified Forty-Niner fan tried
td help San'-, Francisco's cause
Sunday by blocking out Chicago
Bear Coach feorge Halas. He
was restrained by stadium police
after taking, a poke at the Bear
mentor. . .., 4

? A.
- 5
The Tiifle
r i
going to' puira!ifew.8urprisei,'
smiles Parseohiah. Thev most ee.
tainly have,- edging Washington.
State in a high scoring match..
getting .hunk: bv whackini? Stan.
ford, shading Minnesota and run-"
mng up-a record as points against
Michigan. . ..
NOT YEf THOROUGHLY
vinced. the football wis
Northwestern's troubles will start
now mat the wildcats have bounc bounced
ed bounced into toe meat-chopping part of,
heir, scheduled at Iowa and op opposing
posing opposing Ohio State, Wisconsin, and
Purdue -on succeeding Saturdays;
eluded in this string of difficulties
OnlV to, M ehamtA nnt 'nf Ttiroha

SARCEAffT

Storlinrrt Viv m n.1,..' '''

... Vj.: MTV 4U
me second penoq, : lour, in seven
minutes.
Parseghian has 19 : sophomore.

products of his :first year of re- u
cruiting. Only two, seniors' partici- f
pate. The freshmen; are strong.

Parseehian learned most of hta 1
football' from -..Paul- Brown, for
whom be played fresh out of an
Akron, O..- high school at tha

Great Lakes faval Training Sta Sta-tion.
tion. Sta-tion. He was- an all-Ojiio halfback 'J"'V
for Miami,, coached by -'Sid Gill-
man, now of the Los Angeles
Rams, in f 1946-47, then spent two 1 ":
years with Brown "and the prefes-.
slonal Cleveland -club He assist- ,'ar,,

ed Woody Hayes. : now of Ohio

Mate, at Miami for one year, then 'a. 1
succeeded him. 1 2

AT MIAMI, APAR5VHIAN
TEAMS won 39 games; lost f six
and tied one in five years. There
he became noted for ,s adjusting
formations ."to, the "'material at r
hand.
Parseghian employs the split-t
with variations He recognized a i
football player when he sees one,
is familiar with. the. happier hunt hunting
ing hunting grounds'. ,)
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Ara Parsegbian has the profes professional
sional professional approach, and, in his capa capable
ble capable and aggressive :hands, North- 4
western scarcely; can miss bounc-

ing. back as a Western Conference

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Important
SOLE IDEA Leather pro provides
vides provides for alidlnv step, rabber
lnsorea a good, flcm pushaway,
SCORE SPORTS FAILURE
MOSCOW (UPI) ThTcSnmuT
nist Party newspaper "Izvestia"

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Sunday blamed indifference' and' ft
poor leadership fa.. "v.

Union's major sports failures'

ly. It cited failure of adding hew s
players to the national .soccer C-'l I
team resulted in. V; London de- f

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IHI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPKE
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V By' TREVOS SIMONS
Zone football has reached

V thr hat
r robin h

halfway mark. One round
robin ha beea.completed and all
that can be said along the lines
of championship predictions is that
this has. been the most unpredict unpredictable
able unpredictable football season since tackle
fonthill rm in th Canal Zone
i. nine veara a en. a. total of ., six
v games have been played: .three of
the six games, have resulted in up upsets
sets upsets and the other three, though
sticking somewhat, to the script
have i been .... thriller thai k o u 1 d
have gone -either :, way witll the
.' Junior College's 7 to 0 win over
the- Athletic Club on October 23
can be recorded as the biggest up upset
set upset so far ; this season with the
Tiger's : 7-0 ..win over, the Bulldogs
s the No. 2 suprise of 1958. .Col .College
lege .College had been'tabbed as hoptless

I It V outsiders prior ,to" the opening of
Sll "-the season. But" their well earned
J' it victory 'was 'not without pitfalls

jn I Bill Gibson suffered a knee injury,

i aitiilM m Ala m n1m tAiifiHiAtirn a? l-hn1

game. J". C. can ill afford to side sideline
line sideline anv of their players,1 but" when
coach Brown loses one of his lead-;
' : Inn gridders .even the most; op op-,
, op-, timistip View must -be 'dim.
The Tiger's unset win over Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High was the direct result of
a beautifully executed play fea featuring
turing featuring some great running bv. Do Donald
nald Donald Humphrey, and s perfect a
iob of bloekine as this writer has
seen n'the'Canal Zone In many
years. i The added Hrmi.' of
course, was' the fact tnar u was
he; Tigers first pis from scrim-
age and. apparently waa tne snor
the .arm Cristobal needed to
old the always dangerous: Bull-.
does at bay. '- '' S
Artiiallv rrUtohal had onlv 23
tfss from scrimmage U night
and ould account for onlv ,lnly
murfirst down. Their brilliant de defensive
fensive defensive play was inspirational), to
sv tne least, and Dewey wnuaK-
er't punting" kept tne uunaoss
r enough away most of the ntmt
ALftOA MEN'S LEAGUE
Teams
K-lxaua ivauiv ...
Hillman Cars -Lincoln
Life
Duran Coffee
-Martini Vermouth
Tivoli Travel
, Goodyear Tires
vKent Cigarettes
13 8
' 11 ?5
; '10 6
8-8
6 10
8,13
3 13
Plomena Knapp
"lue Stay Milk
epsi Cola l
ltlhn Rpr
3 13.
x-Have- pop(iea game wpiay
Averages": Toland vlfcO, Coffey
' 1I2,( De Luca 176., ; ; v
v.. f;i Ooodyear : 1 " '"
Although HilMnan Carsmown 13
' Bfti-. nd Zenith Burf'o .onlv it.
the Radio's have, a higher percent.
. a gp sis versus Hiltman's vii
Zenith, this week lost their first
game, when Goodyear tallied a 50
" pin conquest. Other than tnis up,
th 7nithi had a merry time at
the-expense of Goodyear. Zenith
-demonstrated that games can be
.won without 500 bowlers; Hum
'' Wrti De Luca was- tops with 496,
i: Curly Bates, of the itoodyear was
I t top man, for both clubs wnn
I 507, .' '? 'f '''
Hillman Cars 3

51( IRES:

i Kntpp Plumbers f 1
I Jim Bowen was the wheel witt
I 13" gkme when the' Hillmer
Car soed to a 37 stick; win. Jim

my mo .not siow Town us
soeed tnd steered ner Hmman so
heir second win with -r 189. 'Mow-
ver the Knapp: Flumoers tmsnen
nto the' win column their- q1o
nt.- Bowen finisitefl, nn witn ;a
44 ser'es. and wtth able assu-
nce w his erew. tne ',Hilmans
ave the m6st"win,in tne. league,
or th Knarn, Pluiberr, tw-o
vTt find for scorin9 'ft"vhonors.
499,-: ''?f'V f("J hi'i
f . Uneeln Life '.;". V

U V Blue. Star Milk f

JJ1ULU.II
uo5'thre'floint. despite' none of
tim bowled SO oolici"l. '-The
LifeM drowned the curtain fise
but after thM the rin elt their
way to pay off a dividnd of hree
points. Jack1 Vo-'v th Pres--dent
Piniters wtH,4H),1 The Blue
Star .Milkmen. wii he exception
9t one hd oueht.m;The ex ex-Mitlnn
Mitlnn ex-Mitlnn was Bonn' Xln. with a
903 tame, and 'M0 seres, .The
iiht' sitreeM took h T.incoln
llf Into third!, place of the league

; Hir rffe t r.
- I 4. Tlwell Travel 3., -r,"
i. ,V
' T1 'TiMi Trsvpl Aepnt. Td

passport to all four joint until 'he
" l ."ane wnicn ccoran o tne
" score. sheet was a tie. r But tth tth-;'
;' tth-;' "rf'tor nyei iu and a rerOuut
f disclosed ten pin error; and the
I .Dnran Coffee isinsd. themselves
, I. poini, j ' i i
5 Thls match had Plenty of eand'
dates for Ae nrooosed three-ball
: leaMie. because the way the bowl
Ins; Went some of the boys could
o Mv Med three and four balls1

v frame Instead of the limit of tw
TW Ton r.lud's bpknu -b"
ts worked In the lortieriveor1 a207
, a"-", her fnlsheH wih, 488 to lead
, both flnb.iWob Tolani holipin
ped by sorained! ankle, hobbled

,.' to sr 451 for the besnf- Duran
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Looking over the records of the
first half of the C.Z football
schedule, the Bulldogs must still
be rated favorites to retain their
championship. ..They lead in yards
gained from rushing with 603. A.
C. is second with -560 CHS third
with 419.VJ.CV, the' surprise per performers
formers performers of "the year.;' have 5 Sit
vards Rained from r scrimmage,
The record of first downs shows
the Athletic Club slightly out
in
front with SO. The Bulldogs are
close behind witn zb tirsi downs,
with-J.C., and Cristobal in the rear
wilh 22 and-15 respectively. ...
! The Athletic Club has been pe penalized
nalized penalized a total of 185 yards in
three games to date; Balboa High
ranks second with 160 and Junior
College has 120. Cristobal High is
far behind on infractions : with- on only
ly only 70 yards' lost by penalties f .,
r Balboa's Phil Cage is top man
In yards- gained to the league so
far- thi? year.. Cage has i a total f
225 yards in 39 tries or an average,
of 5.8 -yards per carry; Cristobal's
Kieth Kulig' is runner upJ- with
21Z yards, end ,his average Is 4 5
per carry. Carl Tuttle, of the
Athlet e Club, who has been one
of the leading forces in the Ram'
drive for 1958 has picked up '194
yards' in 38 tries. ; s ; ;
' i f f
,'Humprey, in the No. 4 spot, has
a total of 163 yards' gained from
scriwimaffei Including his dramat
ic 72 year touchdown run last Fri
day nignf. uon nas me lesainu
average, in ysrds' gained with 9.
hvin parriprt the ball for-' the
Tlipr nnlv 18 times In three
f meS. Bill C'bson had nicked up
149 yards pt the Green Devils, ac ac-"entunti""
"entunti"" ac-"entunti"" even greater his loss to
Junior College. ' f
. The second round of football
begins Thursday night with. Oris Oris-tnhM
tnhM Oris-tnhM stg"ini hon to take, on the
Athletic" Club at Mount Hope at 7
'clocks Junior C"ile(p i4 Balbos
Hih mt at Balboa Friday night
with the Bnlldo" esvilv fvored
to score a repeat victory over .coi
lege. .
Martini Vermouth 3 Pepsi Cola J
'tt toole an all out effort on nart
of' tifie Pepsi "Colg Kids to break
mm ine wn roiumn. anev cuciteo
6ff a good 878 game, and needed
ii or me pirn oecause v Martini
Vermouth rolled 875. onlv three
less. The -PeoBl alsogave the Mar,-.
tints a good tussle in the finale
but this time Jhev wer4v on
short end by 24 mns.v 5
In' the -'opener Martlnuhad
opiy Hme. in- mtrnt to the.
o'be lanes.. 9 and 10 produced f've
500 series, and three 200 games
For JMartinii, Byless n,n 574
series. Palm 209 end 525 set Stone
M. For the Penni.-Cols. Porw a
;2C)9, and 524, and Luttenberger 511;
! R Kent Cigarette S Balboa Br 1
f! , J:
With Bill Coffey again amort?
the missin", along with Ski Pru Pru-sinowski,
sinowski, Pru-sinowski, the Kents drafted Joe
i"Suy"jSiillivan of the Air Force
f.0 carry the load. Sull reson!
w'th kw ri".o''i-:. 1"
other lads on both squads found 11
and 1? lanes ouffh became thr"e
games' were less than 100. The
Balboa B,epr dnhker. Hid1 have
refresher in the middle stanz
when Far Dube's. 210 game naced
the Beers 'to a win. Ray at last
solved the' Balboa lanes with
respectful 522 series.', 'J 1
Former CHS Mh'efe
On Sfartino 'Soccer.
Team-At West, Point
".Cristobal High School' form former
er former star fullback, Kaiser f Baxan
has been playing a steady soc soccer
cer soccer game at ri"h fullba'-'f, fc
the Blacky Knights 'i Writ
' Pint th ctasoii." 'ji V'
Baian, who. la in his seconJ
! year at the point has- gained :
starting role en ene of the top
celleglate team In the East.
Better known for ,1 his football
feats, in C.H.S. on 7 th Canal
3on Alt-Star team for several,
years, Kaiser, alt played tecv
car inramurals at Critobal.
i- With exoeriance n 1 fleecer
fram I tHitr ana cehaala h aK
tend In th' States,- Batan, hat .1.
melded Into a top defensive man
and will be counted en heavi heavily
ly heavily when the Army tea m meets
the top three teem In .'he
starting v rhle week. Pittsburgh
Pnn Stale, end Navy will make
up the tough games en. Army's
schedule.
Gamboa Poo' To Be
CdFnr:PJpaning
All-bayjhursdav;v
' '.' Garaboa swimming4 rioo! will
be closed all day Thursday,
Oct. 30, for cleaning. lt was J
announced xoaay oy tne rny rny-sical
sical rny-sical Education and Recrea Recreation
tion Recreation Branch.
. The wor!- will be done by the
Maintenance Division forces
and it was expected that It
will be completed In time to
have the floot reooened n iha
. rernlar schedule the following
,day, v 1 , i'nt r. i'

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Wisconsin,

Purdue, Pitt
Among Top 10
X .,,,By IARL WRIGHT, -7
?NEW yORK.(tJPlj --The Iowa
Hawkeyes popped to the top Mon Monday
day Monday in the United Press Interna
tional' college football '- ratings
waile t Purdue,-.- Wisconsin and
PitUburgh-; surged back into rtie
top 10 in the most wide-open na
tional ? championship race in
years..,.--'.
l Iowa, a 26 20 victor over north-
western, jumped from sixth to
first when three of last week s
four top-ranked teams were tied
or neaten baturaay.
1 Army, tied by 'Plttsburgli,
slipped from first to second. Ohio
Stae, tied by Wisconsin, dropped
from second to : third.' Auburn
which worked hard to beat Mary
land, slipped from third to fourth.
Louisiana State, held fifth : and
Mississippi was sixth. ; Oklahoma,
Purdue; Wisconsin and Pittsburgh
rounded out the top rlO in that
order. 1 J' 7
f Texas, fourth last week; Notre
Darner- ninth ? ,' and Northwestern,
tenth, dropped out of the select
proup. Texas was upset ; by1 Rice
and Notre Dame by Purdue.
' Only nine points separated Iowa
and Army.' Fifth-place Louisiana
State was -only 47 pointsv behind
Iowa 't' 1 1 '.'
The 35 outstanding- coaches who
rate the teams gave Iowa, nine
first-place votes and 262 'points.
Army drew- six -iirst-place ..votes
and 253 points, umo Mate re received
ceived received lour votes for first and 247
points, Auburn received i seven
first-place voles and 230 points
abd Louisiana State v, collected
eight, votes for first and 215
hoints. Then t came Mississippi
(142). Oklahoma (141), Purdue
(112). Wisconsin (99) and Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh (65).
.. Colorado, which .. received the
other first-place vote,., headed the
secona 10 grouo with 39 points.
Northwestern, 1 Rice, Navy,, .Notre
Dunve and Texas followed in that
order. Southern Methodist,, ,Texa s
Christian and the Air Force Acad Academy
emy Academy tied for 17th; North Carolina
was ,20th. .
- A total" of 26 schools were men-
'oned on the ballots this week.
Each coach selects 10 teams in
he orrer he rates them national
1v. Point are ; awarded on a
10-98-7-6-5 4-S,2-r71)a sis for votes
from first through' 10th placef
' The top 10 this week is made
up of four Big Ten teams, three
from the Southeastern Conference,
two from the East and one irom
the Southwest.
The rankings mav be shaken up
Against next Saturday when Iowa
jnvades1 Michigan. Ohio State
visits Northwestern, Louisiana
State pitys host to Mississippi
and Oklahoma visits Colorado,
Army plays Colgate' and Auburn
meeta South Carolina. ,
First Landing
Rests Up After
Garden State
NEW YORK (UPlV-tFirst Land
ing rested on his laurels today as
me lop money-winning -year-om
in turf history.
. Stabled at Belmont Park, First
Landing began a well-earned va
"a t'on following his come-f rom
behind victory over Tomy Lee
Saturday in the rich Garden State
Stakes.
Trainer J. H. (Casey) Hayes
said the Christopher Chenery colt
will remain here until Nov. 10
and then head south for Stuart,
Fla, where he will begin, train
ing Feb. 1 for -tne- riiaiean open-
ins. 1 w 1 in -i s
- Meanwhile. -Tomy ; Lee will be
flown to the-West Coast for a fiti
ting of a left, leg splint and prob
ably will be out vol action., until
the Santa Anita meeting,
First Landing's; 1 dramauc
stretch .drive, in the $297,250 Gar?
den State was one of greatest
ach eved bv the son- ot 1 urn-10 in
h' brief ; career. A 3-1 favorite-, to
win his 10th race Jn 11 starts.
First Landing with Eddie Arcaro
aboard really had 'to move to
overcome Tom Lee's SH-lenPth
lead at the final bend of the mile'
a--a-sixteenth class'ci'
. The victory earned a purse of
t7ssft for Chenery and raised
First Landing's total earnings to
r.o. ecliDs'ng a division mark
nt. 642 set by Jewel's Reward
in 1957. 1 !'
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Sports Briefs,;
INJUR! K' DIPtETt OUARDS
JMEW YORK (UPI) The New
York Gianth-almost ran' out: e -of
tensive guards in Sunday's 'game
against Pittsburgh when, injuries
s if! ned Jacic oirouo. bod mis
rhak and Melwood Guy: 1. Roose
velt Brown; the 1 club's all-league
tackle, Wound up playing the" po
sition,
(YOUNG- PACKS WOODARD .1
" i w .turn raaay
Young, former 1 middleweight Con
er, returns to the ring tonight
after a three-year layoff p and
)-" younc Otis WoOdard at St.
Nicholas Arena. v 3

WATER BALLET Balboa's Warden French (11) goes high above the mud at Mt. Hope Stadium'
In an unsuccessful attempt to pull down a long pass. Charlie French (24) trots along on the
right ready lo try for it, while an unidentified Cristobal player in the center also has designs on
the ball. 1 CHS scored upset 7-0 victory over BHS Friday at Mt, Hope. v v .

By MURRAY
YOU don't "believe television
writes the ticket in sports?. ;
the picture tube boys pushed up
an' entire professional, basketball
season. . because ahain is work working
ing working on a sponsor deal to provide
week-end action from the moment
baseball's finished until It resumes
in April. .which is why the Na National
tional National Basketball Association start started
ed started play in mid-October.
' Pro 'football "Scouts' are" advised
to keep tab on. Ulmo Kandle,; a
SDrint-type Virginia siot DacK.wno
aisor wnizzea on ueiense. .uc
Browns'. already have a complete
book on' him. ,
More revolutionary than the
lonesome end Army affects is the
double and triple wing, or double
s ot. Frank, (Fop ivy nas sprung
on the pros r with his Chicago
Cardinals. ..-whereas Co. Red
Blaik dreamed his up in a sum
mer reverie, ivy c,ame up wiin
his neculiar attack m canaaa.. .
because they, gave him five backs
in Dominion football at ; to mon
ton) and he couldn't figure any
other place- to put the spare Hand
then on the other flank. .'
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'I "T.4,!" Z. :UMn:'v6';.H!fle,lper in the organization

to Army's lonesome end (they call
him the "B.O. End" at West
Point) commences before quarter quarterback
back quarterback Joe Caldwell steos Into the
huddle, .' .and they change sig signals
nals signals from week to week. ,
How's this for getting around?
. .Within one week, Dewey
Fragetta, who books fights in New
York, arranged bouts in Manila,
Portland, London, Seattle, San
Francisco Jamaica' and Insiana Insiana-polis.
polis. Insiana-polis. ;
The pros couldn't bet, to Pug
Lund, latest inductee Into' the Foot Football
ball Football Hall of Fame,' because they
wouldn't offer him more than $1-
000 in the depression days of the)
1930s. .after he'd torn up tne
Big Ten at Minnesota,
The difference In the Cleveland
Pro"ri this year, says 'Maestro
Paul -Brown, is that "'we knew
who was going to go at quarter quarterback
back quarterback from the start of the season
M"f Plum and Jim Ninowski."
.and we knew Plum could take
vs and neatra National .root Dall
League team, after-what he show showed
ed showed Roainst the Giants lit the last
regular season game of 1957.", ...
I ,'' ,,1 v C
Erich Barnes,, the Purdue re recruit
cruit recruit who's, helped welt the Chica Chicago
go Chicago .Bear defens've econdary.l in insisted
sisted insisted during' his college days
that it -was 'Ee-rlch.", .
', '"" '' "l
Brilliant Peter Dawkins of 'Ar 'Army
my 'Army Is up for a ;: Rhode scholar scholarship,
ship, scholarship, y .interested In either poli political,
tical, political, science or engineering .
ht prl Bl'k would like to see
him stay with the armed force.
.. '.because he's too great a lead leader
er leader to be waited on research."- .
s National Football Leasue clubs
maintain the practice "of kee'ns
youn"sters in drvdork. .like
the Giants have quarterbacks Ken,

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Ford and Jack. Kemp and the
Steelers have Dan Nolan. . .al .although
though .although they don't have legal
claim to their services. .
Baseball intrusion: the Yankee?
got the Richmond franchise, their
only holding in triple-A ball, din
U I 1 l.
.u iso uayc a real in-
in Cletus Boyer oJ the famous
Boyer clan, who's beginning to
look like the' $35,000 bundle he got
from Kansas City. . .Denver re report:
port: report: Johnny Blanchard, the ma
ny-times optioned catcher who's
got to stick with the Yanks in '59,
doesn't carry a major league
glove. ... i
'Army may be No 1 in the na nation.
tion. nation. .but Virginia's Dick VoriS
wouldn't put Clemscn on any low lower
er lower plane "They're three deep."..;
But Greenspan, who's made a
habit of putting sports, sounds on
records, is prenarng '".the "Voices
and Sounds of Notre Dame.
' Between you'n'me, you can date
the Detroit Lions' collapse to a
spring jnd frolic at Xavier. V
when vital end Steve Junker bang banged
ed banged up a leg that's kept him hob hobbled.
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Stops Work
STOCKTON, CaUf. (NEA) More
than 300 emnlovps at a Slnrttnn
manufacturing firm stopped prod-;
i"-tion when a reoort sweet the
plant that Dick Bass had been
hurt in a College of the Pacific
scrimmage.
The situation was finally clear
ed up by telephone call to the
college and the Rapid Richard
fans, went happily back to work.j
Joining Coach Moose Myers in
saying that Bass is the greatest
college runner he has ever seen
is Frank Kush, Arizona State.
"The best on the coast "since
Hugh, McElhenny was sat Wash Washington,"
ington," Washington," says Bdb 'Bronzkn for former
mer former San Jose State coach. 1,
"The most exciting since Buddv
Young of Illinois,-probably more
dangerous because he runs .with
more power," testified Pete Elliott.-
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-HOOF BEATS
By Conrndo Sargeant

Another auction will be held
this afternoon In the paddock of
the President Remon: racetrack.
Nine Chilean thoroughbreds will
be placed on the block beginning
it 5 p.m. '-r.r
1 Scheduled to be auctiobed to today
day today are; ; :
v coltro, jour-year-Qld ,bay colt
by Taltal-Casteiia; tstv'iJust,
fiveryear-bld- chestnut mare by
Figaro, Cambrlna; t (Cheyenne,
five-year-old brown A horse by
Yelmo Il-Sin Chlstar;l.La Desi-
rec,' tour-year-oia DrowiXiflaugn DrowiXiflaugn-ter
ter DrowiXiflaugn-ter of Bardendale-Costa Rica ;
n: Damajuana, three-year-old
chestnut filly by Your Higbnss Higbnss-Darlnka;
Darlnka; Higbnss-Darlnka; Lo Moscosot fouriyear, fouriyear,-old
old fouriyear,-old brown colt by FrahqueorCa FrahqueorCa-tlmba;
tlmba; FrahqueorCa-tlmba; f, Barloa. three-yeafold
brown filly, by Sten BrotheiA BrotheiA-slatlca;
slatlca; BrotheiA-slatlca; Chlusa. three-yar-old
brown filly by Dust Devil out ot
Cantlnera. and Remlana, fonr-year'-old
chestnut filly by Vicin-ity-Resplarjdeciente.
jv'f
A minimum of teti: WrT'cent
the value of ,any of he horses
on saie is ai mat is requires to
"be eligible to enter the, bidding.
ine anunais win oe- sold -lor
prices ranging from $1,800 to
$2,750V" :
The bidding begins;, at ten
per cent the value of the rac racers
ers racers to determine which, pros-
pectiye buye will pay the most
down In e-sh. If two or more
prospective purchasers, bid to
vPav the entire amount cash.
drawing is held, to name tfae
winner.,, The total-cost price
never varies. .'.i.,.;
Last Friday a total of 14 Chil Chilean
ean Chilean colts nd flllle were sold;
The racers were takef by the
following persons:
Eurtarlo Oarcla de paxedes ac ac-OulredMartman.
OulredMartman. ac-OulredMartman. a brown four-year-old
colt by Alcatraz-Sala-gaa,.
v.- f ;
Luis H. Farruela Houeht Fes
t,v- fo"rrver-old brown colt
by Bufbn-Morera.
Julio MercRdo got .Ameliav a
threeyar-Pld bay filly, by Cani Cani-brM?
brM? Cani-brM? T-rmella.
' Gerald Sllvera Jr. took Cor Cor-dlnl.
dlnl. Cor-dlnl. a foiir-yparnoM Chestnut
colt by I afontabie il-Coirtesarta.
, Manuel A, Escaja aUlred Bi
Sun. twri-vear-oid hay son of
Ht Wurn-flannqiriiev :..
Prudnclo P'nlllo P.f tfjiocked
down Orart flaTfltan. a t.w6-year-
old hy offspring;; of -Comodor-
Ornilla. ,, , .'
Chang Fonsr Ohintr nousrht Ja Ja-crt.;
crt.; Ja-crt.; .two-vearo14 riieatniut sdn
of The P th Road-Metodlca.
PeHft pwez,' a tw-vet-old
chet"ut flliy "bv itnrblde-viaHi.,
voitock, went to Generoso Si Simon.,
mon., Simon., ,' V '
TMdumie, tw-ear-old bav
on 0' P'. Burn-Tt')rpda. and
Don
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chestnut on of Comodor-Au. Re-t-
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Julian.
oOo
; Ernesto Inda, owner-trainer
of the reportedly ejassy Quidl Quidl-eo,.
eo,. Quidl-eo,. yesterday cabled a eon-,
firmation that his horsie will
leave Chile tomorrow and be
ready to nartlripate in next
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cfawk IndePendei,c y tl.,
e "' ; .-qp
The onlv. other scheduled
starters Jn this annual bine rib- r r
bon evert are Informal. Perdu- J
'erio pd Santlllan.- The latter '-i--?
two will race in an entiy. A
fifth entrant, the exnensiye Ar ''v
leouin. hd to be 'riestroved last ;
irridar when he tenped Into
bole whll workln nvt. end -sh'itterft'
the hones lri a foreleg;. ..
OoL -. r,s4
Veteran Chilean Inkey Otsv
tjon pSolledn 1 vHttnw Tth.

ml'n sho'e-s once. He sturted
ntlonjnff.)irtr.se Patnrdav morn-;
imr ond will rt.nm to Ktlon Pi
th Tr,.-ident Rmon oval next
weekend.
0O0
. rist'fU! T orie tooned the
H't of iioriloris over the
weekend. 'B"""t eleht, rnet nr
'"hnnWr- his ronre In the
hornosetch crowding Plclr
Tee w'th wabiblanbo In Satur Saturday's
day's Saturday's fourth race.
i Y 1
, Trper T-Mnta Navarro and
Artwo v Ph" go l f's
earh o rem" T.icen?tdo
iand Ornmnt star. rete-
late to the receiving
barn., .'t.
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Jockeys Arqulmedes Alfaro,
Gulllermo -Milord and Hector
Rui2 got $5 fines for letting thelf
whips drop; while rtoing Sapris Sapris-t
t Sapris-t Npticloh and pepin, respec respectively,
tively, respectively, Alfaro was fined an ad additional
ditional additional $10 for not reporting
that Baranoa was repeatedly
crowded in the homestretch by
Jat Alal II. .SV)4;, .'
'i'. ( '
Ruiz and Lorless also got $5
fines for reporting late to he
paddock for Sunday's first race.
MATISM
henever tha ealna of Rhf nmntl.m.
Arthrttta, Neurltt."-Ltimbago SeUi ;
atlca, stiff muaclea and nwollen
iointe maka you miserable, set
IOMIND from your druarlat at
ence. ROMIND quickly brlnta fan fantastic,
tastic, fantastic, relief ao you can sleen. work
and live In comfort. Don't suffer. 1
ir. Qat rotund todajr.

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antf rwHurirt t Riomir, San
Carlo. Tl 1-641 1. 1-1147 r
3-6095.
iildwln'i Jurnlihtd prlmanH
I at Santa Blara teaeh. Talaphona
Smith. Gamboa 102
London Times
Chides Railways'
Ilea Of Lnnnuaae
r
m -xrrvrM itdm 'rne i itiipr nil
London chided Britain's s t a t e- j-
Owned railways jaonaay ipr
ring to some trains in a timetable
as !'scmi-fast."
i Thp newspaper complained that
the word, used to designate some
t-ains between London and Head Heading,
ing, Heading, simply was not British.
"Although there is a becoming
air of humility about the designa designation
tion designation 'semi-fast' and although .ve
cannot know whe her it means
promotion for the tortoise of re e e-cation
cation e-cation for the hare,, it is difficult
iot to feel that some more ap appropriate
propriate appropriate epithe' might fave been
hoseh," an editorial aa. ;
.ft sTnrAMt.rNEIV
t xcercbini Machine.. Turkish
die McLevy way ,Bod ?.
Mth. Trained operaton tor ledlea
end gentlemen. Get results.
MASSAGE SALON
Services "SCHOLL'S"
Products
J. Aioaemena Ave.
xl una
UFE INSLRANOE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
1 Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on -new can
AGENCY DEHLINGER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 1-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
17
8 DAI
LIMA TOUR
Inc. air tare, transfers, tours,
and deluxe hotel
$180
leave every Tues. and FrL
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama 2-16C1
35 mm Camera
f. 1.9 lens 69.50
more for your Dollar.
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
NEW!
SPEEDLITE 40
ONLY $24.10
BANTAMWEIGHT
ONLY 2.3 Lbs.
Panama
Col6n

$ for v

TYPEWRITERS TORPEDO
Just received, a thipment of Torpedr'Ind Optima
typewriters. Portable and standard models.' All with

Spanish keyboard. Best
MUEBLERIA
Central 26-109,
t .'A,-. '''I,"''" n k J' V f
;?f;.r;'f.'54'.KV':'

FOR RENTi Array Intpcta4
furnished ana' badraam apart apartment,
ment, apartment, with ikitchinatta, ;4th a t

July Ay. 1 7-1 1, phona -3-1140.
FOR RINT:-Camp Afagra. U U-ctptional
ctptional U-ctptional niia" f urnithad 1, roam
apartment, aear tl Panaini' hat,
water, call 1-1789. Vsil.'
FOR RENT:,. Luxuriouil fer fer-nithed
nithed fer-nithed apjrtmenrt, daearatatf bf
well k no wn( interior decorator.
Rental inclulat all utilitief, maid t
service, telephaina'aid4 hetta
watchman. Aak at vArta'V Decav
racion" itora in Edificio Camp
AFegre on Via Espafia acreti from
Hotel El Pahema Hilton. Tela Tela-phone
phone Tela-phone 3-74$-.
FOR RENTr Fumiahed aaarf-
ment in nev houta, $80.00 With
utilities. Ave)., Mexico 69 near
43rdf Street,l: Viita. Phona
T"i s,
j-ujjj. i j??,
FOR SALE 5 Modern a Bart-
ment, 2 bedrooms, baleony,
maid's roomf hot wetar, farai.
Cangrejo, No. 78, "Via" Argantina.
Phone 3-2052jw!,V??-'.-.
FOR RENT:-r-Riyira Apt; House.
Beautiful tw-bedroom apartment
dining, liviog, kitchen, porch,
two baths, maid's room and fja ;
rage. Call 2-4696, 8 t 12 en.
Mr
$50.00 f urnished artmant,;
North American, neighbora, all
type and prrte. Tali 23343 h''; '''
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom ap.rt ap.rt-ment,
ment, ap.rt-ment, furnished, located it 50th
Street, vary jcool. Call 3-451 1.
LOST Friday 25. ana COCKER
SPANIEL, rait color, blond aart.
blond leg f eathara. Rathar large
for a cockea, spanielAnswer ta
the name of MAGOO. REWARD..
Call 2-0483, ar 3-3430. J
Sleel Production's
Five-Veck Advance
May Dip This Week;
NEW YOfIk fUPIj-Sfe'el pro production
duction production is expected to. din this
week ending i five-week 'advance,
tne American' iron and Steel lnstt
tute estimated today.
The institute placed this week s
output at 2.009.000 tons. com
pared with -last week's actual
production of 2,026,000 tons.
Industry sources blamed the de decline
cline decline this week on strikes ill the
aiwo industry; ., which i. have, pre pre-ven
ven pre-ven ed the auto makers from
reaching fulL. production on the
1959 models, h ,k i 1 ; ;
The institute said this, week's
estimated production is equivalent
to 74.4 per cnt of rated capacity
or 125.1 per cent of the average
weekly production in the r 1947-49
period. s .
Last week's actual output was
at the rate o( 75.1: per cent of ca capacity
pacity capacity or an index of 126.1.
A month ago the nation's steel
mills operated at 704 per cent
of capacity and turned out 1,901, 1,901,-000
000 1,901,-000 tons, good for an index read reading
ing reading of 118.3. I v "'
In the samk 'week, a1 year ago,
the mills produced 2,041,000 tons
of st-el wM'"1' rtporRt1"" a 7 of
the then ra'ad capacity. Tne in
dex was m.frff ,jy
LFG p: NOTICE
UNITED STATE OF AMERICA
rnl Zone'
United SUm District Court Per
The District? Of The Canal Sone
nivulnniof Balboa
Charles F. KitotU, PllnUH va. Suran
M. Knotls. Dftendant. (Summons Caae
No. 4763 Civil Docket Jl, Action lor
divorce. i V
Tn th ohnv.-named defendant;
You are herfeby'' required to appear
and answer I h complaint filed In the
above-entitled action within ninety days
after the first date of publication.
In case of vour failure to so appear
and answer, iudgment wlU O
gainst you bv default for the relief de demanded
manded demanded in the complaint.
wtTivFs ih Mnnnrable Guthrie F,
Crowe, Juder, rUnlted States District
Court for the Dtatrtct of the Canal Zone,
this. rkftnhr 9ri?1qSB. v.
-; Sara da la rena
Eieraii'W,i'A.;ft.
(Sealr
fty Marlai D. Bowea
Deputy Clark
To Suzan M ntnotte i f
The foregalnE'eummonl la served upon
you by publication pursuant to the order
nf th. Hnnnr-klk fluthrle T. CrOWO.
Judge. United Sutee DlaUJct Court for
the District oft the Canal Zone, dated
October 17. 19.rt, and entered and filed
in this action ii the Office of the Clerk
of said United States District Court for
the Division offc,Blboa on October J7.
1958.
Vara a .la Pane
Clark 5
py Marian D. Bo wen
peputy Clerk
prices
wondrfu quality.
(ASA SPARTOII
m Xalidonia
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Automobiles

FOR SALE -195 5 Bulek Rivera
Super, blua and white, radia,
heater, wsw, pawar steering,
power brakes, last than 27,000
miles,' ana owner, ,4 tires, blua
leather and nylon upholstery.
Available on or about, I Nov.
Must see to appreciate" $1395.
Phone Clayton 87-6204 or Clay Clayton
ton Clayton 87-7232 after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE Volkswagen 2 door
Sedan, perfect condition, price
$1100.00. tea Eakildsan, Colon
Motors Panama, 2-1669.
FOR SALE: Clean 1957 Ford
V.8, priced low, Balboa 2-2988
or 2-1806.
FOR SALE: 1955 Mercury
Montclair haedtop, white ever
green, Mereomatic, wsw, radio,
rear speaker, backup titat. Call
Curundu 3289.
FOR SALE: 1957 Deluxe Buick
Century herdtop, 2-door, duty
paid, airconditioned, perfect
condition, may be financed, con con-tac
tac con-tac "Pino" Panama 3-3278.
FOR SALE: 1949 Da Luxe
.Chevrolet, tudor, sedan, good
mechanical condition, good tires.
Home 2-2752, office 2-3498.
FOR SALE: 1955 Buick Super
Riviera, power statring, radio,
w.s.w. See at Howsehold Ex.
change, $1,500.00, financing
available,
Q::te Unquote
MINNEAPOLIS Vice President
Nixon, on Democrats who point to
polls showing a decisive Demo
cratic lead in the congressional
elec ion:
'I only hope they make the
same mistake we (Republicans)
made in 1948 of believing that
polls settle the result of an elec
tion."
VATICAN. CITY-The Rev. Wal
ter Leo Flynn of Pawtucket, R.I.,
When a smoke signal from me
secret conclav ,vjof eardwalsed
onlookers to oelieve mistakenly
that a new pope had been elect elected:
ed: elected: it's white, Jt's white, it's fin finished!"
ished!" finished!" VIENNA Magda Gabor, who
with he.f sister Eva was reunited
with their Hungarian father, ;, on
whether they planned to return
with him to Hungary:
"We never even think of going
back to Hungary. We love Amer America."
ica." America." FT. JACKSON, S.C. Evangel
ist Billy Graham, barred from
preach ng on the South Carolina
State Mouse steps by Gov. George
Bell Timmerman Jr. on charges
he was- an "integrauonist," ri
people who have become unbal
anced by tne. racial issue:
"Segregation or integration
have become their only gospel.
COLPAN'S
GIVE-
SALE...
1958 WILLIS
UTILITY WAGON
with 4-wheel drive
$2395.00
1951 BUIOC
1 $295.00
1951 BUICK
$695.00
1948 DE SOTO
$95,00
1953 FORD
$795.00
. Convertible
1955 CADILLAC
;$1?95.00
All This and Credit too at
Your rrienaiy
FORD- DEALER
COLPAN
MOTORS
"AUTOMOBILE ROW

Home Articles

. FOR SALE: -Chinese mandarin
rug 9 1 2. Tel. Balboa 2-4479.
FOR SALE Ape4 washing ma.
chine wringer-type $35.- Haus
213-A, Tel Balboa 4484.
Mud Balh Landmark
Consumed By Fire
At Hew York Resort
SARATOGA SPRINGS. N.Y. Oct.
28 (UPI) A speciacular fire ear
ly today destroyed the Saratoga
Sulphur and Mud Baths, long a
landmark in this resort commu
nity.
Flames were roaring through
the sprawline one story frame
building when they were discover-
ed at 1 a.m. The blaze was brought
under control about two and one
half hours later. 1
No one was injured. The cause
of the fire was not determined,
and there was no estimate of
loss.
The semi-circular building, lo
cated in a wooded area, contain
ed a main lobby and two wings
with at least 80 baths. Owned by
the Eureka Park Holding Co., the
baths had drawn visitors from
many parts it the world since be
fore the turn of the century.
aar44 A aiiii"ialMiaiiiiii
TERESA N. BERRY
RECEIVES DIPLOMA Miss
Teresa N. Berry, a former
Isthmian resident, recently
was awarded diplomas in med
ical ard X-ray technology Dy
the Franklyn School of Science
and Arts. Philadelphia, Pa.
Miss Berry was graduated
from the camperdown High
School in Kingston. Jamaica
at the age of 16 In 1951, the
same year she earned an
overseas School Certificate
frnm thn University of Cam
' hrirtca. In London. She arrived
in Panama in 1953 and attend
ed afternoon classes at mo
Panama University for two
nri o half vears before leav'
ing for the United States In
T MAKE
A BIG
INVESTMENT
CALL 2-2374
Low Rental Rates
Immediate Installation
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Join the new ports' parade enjoy yourself on j; J
week-ends and holidays, touring the country In a new.-,
wonderful LAMBRETTA scooter, We have 3 different r i(
models in stock. Special CJ5. nrlcei. We have serylclng
and parts. Buy your. LAMBRETTA todayl v f
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Miscellaneous

FOR SALE Used Royal type-
writer, good condition, $45.00.
Tab. 3-4848. 3-7001.
FOR SALEt Ken more roll-a-preis
ironat, 1931 A medal Ford,,,
1941 4 doer Bnick. Phone 2.
2181,- house No. S79X Morgan i
Avenue, Balboa. -
FOR SALE s Bids accepted Mar,
Ine Carp Exchange Rodman...
C.Z. for 1952 Ford oanal truck
f until 3 November. Track may be
teen and bid submitted by-any
person ar organixation C. Z. r'
Panama. Exchange veserves right ",
to reject any bid. Navy 3692.
FOR SALIr-Setlnal aafa. U
ft. Hotpeint refrigerator, water
heater, baby crib, all good ean ean-dition.
dition. ean-dition. Owner i transferred. Call
3-6490. v r
FOR $ALE:-.Bargaii( Hi-Fi RCA ;
tap recorder, 3 speakers, remote
control, ; accessories. Phona : 3 3-7744,
7744, 3-7744, Fanamf 7 a.m. 5 t.m.
FOR SALE: Full tizo gas range :
2 ma. old, ; perfect condition,
$125,00, phono 3-41 6 V 149
Via Porras, Apt. No. 2. r f
FOR SALE: White Cyprus fence
With laundry enclosure, $50.00
teener 1 536-B, Manga : Street.
Call 2-3687 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE.- -Ladies high grade
Statat shoe. I pr. Paliiaio hind
lasted genuine alligator with
matching bag. 1 pr. tweedie
twa-ten matching bag. 2 pre.
peacock thoot. All are Ikia new.
Siia 5Vi AA. 1 white format
worn ana tim six 14. Tel. 2 2-3373.
3373. 2-3373. Report indicates
Businessmen Seek
GroY-GeIling Funds
WASHINGTON (UPI1 UvThi
Commerce Department ; reported
today that businessmen s desire
for growth-producing capital
iunas is inienuying after pe period
riod period of retrenchment that contrib
uted fto that Recession.
Thr denartment noted in a ane
cial report on business financing
that despite the sham droD in in
terest rates which accompanied
the economio slump, corporations
continued to rely mainly on in internal
ternal internal funds to finance long-term
capital neeas.
With a drive to reduce current
liabilities showing results by mid
year, tne report said, corporate
liquidity was noticeably higher at
me ena oi june man a year ear
her.. Liquidity is the ratio of j
firm's current assets to its cur
rent liabilities. ,
The special analysis, contained
in the October issue of the "Sur
vey of Current Business," said
funds generated from current op operations
erations operations retained earnings and
depreciation allowances totaled
about $12,500,000,000 in. the first
half of 1953. This was a drop cf
12 per cent from the comparable
months ot iao7.
Calling this dip "relatively mod moderate,"
erate," moderate," the report said it reflect
ed expansion of depreciation al
lowances wmcn neipeti ouset a
fairly sharp cutback in retained
earnings."
The recession cutbacks in use
of capital funds were closely re related
lated related to two key features of the
recession, liquidation of inventor
ies and reduction of outlays for
new factories and equipment, the
report said.
Borrowings in capital markets
by manufacturing firms drop
substantially in the first half of
1958, while utility firms floated
record volume of securities.
Similarly.: the contraction in the
flow of internal funds was, con concentrated
centrated concentrated In manufacturing, min
ing and transportation, where
sales and earnings were hardest
hit by he recession,
CAMBODIAN AFFIRMS Tilt
PNOM PENH, Cambodia (UPI)
Prince Norodom Shanouk -'returned
from a visit to the United
States yesterday and declared that
U' S. A Cambodian friendship ; "is
steadily becoming closer.". The
prince, who is the leader of the
"Socialist s Community.'!. Cambo-
idia's strongest single party, .told
' the diplomatic corps, government
I members and a cneering tnrong
inf P,mlurflni that the IT. S env.
ernment and American people
understand well he Cambodian
policy of neutrality. :::t. 'fi
Tt
r'AT.TTtfiNTa ''',, Wt

Real Estate

FOR $ALE-Ut 500 and 1.000
maters, in the Nuava Hipodrome
Urbanisation, across the Kemea
' Racetrack. All let with ;atraat
fronts, sewage, water main and
- electricity; CaH W. Melamett.,
Taj. 3-2567.
Domestic Employment
''WANTED -1 Weman for ana
v day't iraniny a weak. Applyi
hotrse 4-3 on 40th street.--,
. WANTED tRespaniibla tacond
maid to live fai. Mutt like chil"
dren, tame cooking and general
heutawark. laterviawt morningt
onh Iring i referancat. 0202-1 1
Harrick Road. Ancon. v -!'
SERVICES
TELEVISION SERVICE
Wa repair in your homo
wo don't, protend to guarantee
owr work. We guarantee it .e
PHONE THE EXPERTS;
CRAWFORD AGENCIES
t.i toAr
. Tivali Avenue No. 18-20--
Complete, letting repairs.' All
makes of TV. HI-FI, trantmittara.
Ellis Williams and Alfanse Shirley
Protect your homo and proper
ty against intact d a m a a.
Prompt acientif ic treatment -an
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
TELEVISION SERVICI
i-rompr swrvico ;
Fair prices
Beaton Technicians
30 years (n alectronka
6 MONTHS GUARANTEE ON
PARTS INSTALLED. Ask for MR.
TV. Panama 2-3142.
Revolutionary
Program Planned
For British Cons
LONDON (UPI) The British
mson commission yesterday ae
cided -to- send selected long-term

luii.hu, iiutiuuiug ioum mm i"Merfor attempting 10 aire a mi
sentences, into the outside world v ill lo tiiichanrl.

to work at civilian jobs and spend
week ends with their families un
der a revolutionary rehabilitation
"Sia'u-
The convicts, all with. good eon-
duct records, will be outfitted
with Civilian clothes. All -their

earnings will be theirs to keep.l totist. io'rutf-JacobSotf dowfron'ts
Special hostels will be established I. ,t The man. whom

uairei ; iv uuuso uic 1 wuku tuu
vm:i.b.
"The object Is to t restore fe
nrisoner's self-confideac and
ease 'is re-entry into civilian
life,f a government spokesman
said.'; '-
; 1 1 ;
Little League
Girls 3, Boys 1
Three girls and one boy Were
born at Coco S0I6 Hospital dur
ine the week ending at midnight;
Wednesdavu. Oct. 11, according
to the hospital report.1 During
this period 73 patients were ad admitted
mitted admitted and 60 were discharged.
Parents of the girls are SFCl
and Mrs. William McFeeley. a of
Ft. Davis; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Price,' of Rainbow1 City; and Mr.
and Mrs. Frank scow, 01 coion.
Mr. and Mrs.' Phillip Henry; of
Colon, are the parents of the
Doy., . ;
ies
Mrs. Jane Coode 1
Tomorrow At T PM
Funeral services will be held
tomorrow afternoon at 1 p.m, for
Mrs. Jane Anne Goode, an 80-
year-old resident- of Panama Ci City,
ty, City, who died yesterday.' A. Vv:S
The services will be 'conducted
at 1 p.m. in. the Corozal Chapel,
followed by burial in the Ceme
terv. ::A r
Mrs. Goode, a member oftthe
Cavalry Baptist Church for' many
years, is survived 'y her aaugti aaugti-ter.
ter. aaugti-ter. Bertilda. her son. Charles R..
seven grandchildren and six great greatgrandchildren.
grandchildren. greatgrandchildren. ;-; ;:.
Delvin Singleton
DiesFuneralSS
Tomorrow At 4 PM
Delvin Singleton.' a retired Pans
ma Canal employe, died yesterday
morning in Santo Tonus Hospital
after a. long illness A ;m;
.: A Jamaican, he was 61 years
old. '& .-':v it-' K i-'-'f
,e Funetfal serviceslf havebeen
scheduled for tomorrow afternoon
at 4 p.m. in ; St. r Paul's Church.
Rurial will follow in the Herrera
Cemetery, ',-. -;."' f,!1)
i Mr; Susleton Is survived bv his
wife. Rhoda. hi cousins. Walter

Wanted smooth tires, suitable fat

reeonstruetlen. Recanstruetota
Nacional. Fern Avenue 7.
Phone 2-0406. ,i
: WANTEO-Urgantly Chalet or
apartment, furnished or-wnfur-'
nithed, twa bedroomt, ratidantal ratidantal-aactar.
aactar. ratidantal-aactar. Call Tel. 3-1710. mom-
' ings, or 3-0863 evenings.
Even-Day Gunfire
Promise Broken
In Quemof Shelling
TATPET. Oct. 28' fUPl) Com
munist Chinese shoreguns splutter
H a lidht harrase against the Oue
mnv Itlandi on this day of Red
i promised sanctuary far Nationalist
i supply- operations to the. offshore
i ialanria j i .
v The defense ministry in Taipei
said Red artillerv fired only .103
I shells at the Quemoys this.' mbrn-
ing in a three-hour DomDairaxent
starting at 9 a.m. ; ... f
Light Communist snemng re resumed
sumed resumed at 1545 p.m. a late after afternoon
noon afternoon war communique said.
Today is one of the even num numbered
bered numbered davs on" which the Commu
nist, nromked In an unprecedent
ed order not to shell the yuemoy
herhf airfields or olanes and
I shine roirt-vin aiionlies to the out-
ir-rw u I
Lpost isianas oa me neu, vsi
rnnet vk
:( The deiense ministry reiusea w
i .hethor thn Communists shell
ed their proclaimed out-of-bounds
areas-on this even numoerea uay.
Th ministry obviously was em
barrassed two; days ago when it
announced that the communis-
carried out the terms of their ord ord-f
f ord-f .ithnnffh-the order itself has
been .condemned by the National National-1st
1st National-1st government as "ridiculous."
. "V-
Plot By Lovers
To Murder Husband
Is Hipped In Bud
1 h M -w T
Iv.ivnumfllt UTaas. VTP1)
Ur,. Man Jamhson. 36. and her
i33.yBar.oldr married lover today
u acd-charges, of inciting' to mur-
Mr .Tamhsnn. the mother of
t -hiirirun and Richard G.
I n..u,ii. hnth of Scituate. Mass
confessed plotting lO IIU aiacuuauu
Dy faking an automobile accident,
; 'cresswell, according to ipolicet
e.Verl another man to 4ire mo-
- 1 ((j yje plot '10 auuioriutsa wr
1 .oTj ;
, liter, when Cresswell rende
with; th man he was ar
rBgted. Mrs Jacobson, who was
,itting in a nearbyncarieadlng a
book, also was arrested..-"
investigators said the Couple ad-
,:ttaH tipinir in love for two years
and decided last ttionth to dispose
of Jacobson,' -gunwr cwr5
with an ink manufacturmg ;;coa-
- Detectives said u r e a w e 1
seemed 'relieved 1 the affair was
y "it was a smpia, uissubuu
plot,'' Cresswell told oliceow
'wlfa will learn about it She'
and 1 have four
MMrnj Pm glad Syou fellows
inna Thia was m? idea
hut 1 eouldnt go through with it.
I 'non e mow wnai ZJ
when told about his wife's ?m-
T ... ... .-l. aa. MttawlnA''
Puclty-in the i-S
jacoDSon saiu; m
spot" r ; -.'i-f CyfX
Adams1 Goes
llQuielClia
From RecenM"M
t TOr'riT.N N.H. (UPIV Sher
iriimi was home tooav,
though his neighbors ,kduln t real
ize It.1,!-.1.'.'' T ... :.'S-f
. mhA ht wif arrived un-
town of 1,500 about nuanigni bi-
So Viet wa'' their homecoming
that the 'Adam ministerT ; the
Rev. v George Marsha' said today
h didn't believe they had yet ar-
trnm Waahinpton.
air vvi AAV'ta 1 r .a. L
No welcoming 1 committee greei greei-ri
ri greei-ri th f firmer oresidential assist
ant who resigned unaer poimcai
fire for accepting uts4irom os'
ton, millionaire Bernara, oiqune
ALARMS AND; DIVPJKaiwna
f PARIS : (UPli -iaris1 flrelrleh
tain that, nf : sfi.noo ..alarms
whieh theyreponaea jm me ibsi
year. 89 were to get cats out of
treat ana ntt rOM-iOPS, o weie
Z -m a avn -.-.-a-.
tn tnt neonla ut of stalled eieva
tor,and s required -rescue of
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The union of Soviet Writers io-

day, expelled. Russia's Nob
Prize-winning author Boris Pas-
ternak for conduct "Incompati "Incompatible
ble "Incompatible with the calling; of a Soviet
writer." - .; i
The announcement was car
ried in the Literary! Gazette. It

came less than a week after
Pasternak' w&s 'named -by the -Swedish'
Literary. Academy as :
this year's winner of the $41,000
Nobel Prize for literature. ?
(Pasternak's citation said he 1
was honored for his work in pro producing"
ducing" producing" contemporary literature. U.
It pointedly made no mention o
his best-known book, Dr. Zhiva- ;
go which is banned in Russia w
but published in 18 other coun

tries).. . :
The Literary Gazette said
Pasternak's ouster was unani
mously decided upon by' "the
praesidium of the board, of the
Union of Soviet Writers of the

USSR, ,the bureau of the organ
lzational committee of the Un-

ion of Writers of the RJ'.SJ'.R.'

and the praesidium of the board
of the Moscow branch of :- the 1
Union Writeig of the RJB JJ5.

The anncmncement said Pas-

ternak' conduct was "incompa-
tible with the eSUlng Of a Soviet'

wriuer v e-
mm
Today's Opening
STOCK PRICES
NEW- YORK. Oct. 28 (UPI)
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after ..sir Straight sessions of de decline;
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small net: gains at a moderately
active opening,
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.77' '-j -i II ""v A 7 '"rS:c7'-if ri n s1 L ry

Eisenhower

5t

Election

Campaign

'i.2 -. no Unix PvaetHAnt Eisenhower made his final election cam

.Vi JV MEW VI IK K 11CT. 4.0 n , r ..

naien pushi in the East here today with his doctrine of boom-and-no-bUst with, tne -Sc
as opposed to purposeful inflation -which he predicted would result from a-'
cwemmerA controlled by "radical. .wasteful',' Democrats. ? 3

,h. cu rnf Congressional campaign.'. ith th. .pos.ibl. .xc.ption .f an PP'"'
,r k in Malad hich miSM b. combined with a "get out the vote" br.ad;
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Eisenhower.-on his last major 1 own question, I think myxnwce
i th. rnrrivit of words has been conservative,

Push In East

The Chief Executive arrived I
here last night after quick ap appearances
pearances appearances in Charleston, W. Va.,
and Pittsburgh where his speech
audiences w ere well under capa capacity
city capacity in cold, drizzling weather.
If the rain cut dwn lm
crowds yesterday, it did little
to dampen the. political shot
and shell Eisenhower hurled
at the Democrats as he called
tepeatedly tor the election oj
a Republican Congress next
Tuesday to keep the Demo Democrats
crats Democrats from "flogging the econ economy
omy economy into Inflation."
.. natitBitt.'i two nohtlcal

talks today were to be Informal
:j in.oi rint.iv for cam-

,aian workers as Eisenhower

seeks to generate last-minute

nianned to ny

wir tn washineton tomorrow

1 hwo tn reach the White

House by
; last night the President plc plc-i.i
i.i plc-i.i npmncTats in Con

gress as economic villains

ready to raid the taxpayer s
ttolla'r; the Remiblicans as
."solid . sensible" economic

heroes of the recent recession
who successfully .defended the
Country against "hare-brained
n,inr pfifmes" of the op-

y BK' '. '
position.

political tour of the current

slambang invectiye against-, tne

DefnocraU tna: ncarieneu mc

GOP last week wben the taiei
Executive viset an unusual blast blasting
ing blasting technique against his oppo opponents
nents opponents in California and Illinois.

The President's speecn in
Pittsburgh was based .primarily

on the conaition 01 ine auuicsub
economy. :
He said that as a result of
"sensible programs" and the

'Republican approacn 01 m
administration to the recent re recession,
cession, recession, "things are good and

rapidly getting better. v

"we have acnievea wis evuu-

omic resurgence without flog

ging the economy inw, jm jm-tion,"
tion," jm-tion," he said.' ; "?

By contrast, he said the Dem Democrats
ocrats Democrats reacted to the recession
with demands foir fat Federal
handouts" which would have
taken th country many years
to pay off. ,
tin (ti) on unnamed DemO-

nc .v .

cr&tic senator who introduced

anti-recession bills wmcn woum
have cost the country 23 billion

Mindful that his "tougn isaiK-

nnnnAv n tha riftmncrats re-

..mtiir Vine ot.t.rnft.ed at.tention-

anil some nuestion in political

Circles, Elsenhower said, "some
have wondered why I've labeled

Riirh .ahKiirr" statements 'ana

Schemes Irresponsible and radl
no!

. "Personally," he answered his

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JERNESE B0R6NINE t

' JAMES DONALD ALEXANDER KNOX Son CM.DER WllllNGHAM MwMm DALE WASSTRWAN
: to. m thi n -m vit" tOISON MARSHALL Kwwd by JERRY 8RESU iWw 1, RICHARD FLEISCHER
1 :. a v; AiuMi)ifti'lJNITDt!!3ARTIST$

This frphiv to soend our

tax dollars was a far cry from
the sensible Republican pro programs
grams programs adopted last winter," he
said. "Repudiating prophesies
of disaster during the reces recession,
sion, recession, we acted to strengthen,
not impair, national confi confidence."
dence." confidence." Th president took this occa

slon, the 100th birthday of Theo Theodore
dore Theodore Roosevelt, to invite Demo

crats and all other Americans w

inn tho nop in suonortine Jtte

publican candidates next Tues

He called particularly lor ine

ltt:inn nf t,h( OOP slate in

Pennsylvania headed by Arthur

McGonigle, running ior govern govern-orr
orr govern-orr and the senatorial candidate,

Rep. Hugh Scott.

"Speaking of the late "T.K.,"
the President said:
"His sonar deal was in truth

an American deal not to be

confused with later, inferior
imitations.

"To the faint-hearted to the

pessimists to the merchants of

gloom to the latter-day dealers
who wander among us today I
commend, his stirring example."

Calling on the national popu population
lation population to examine the two par parties
ties parties carefully, Eisenhower said
he believed deeply that "Amer

icans, regardless 01 party, snouia
enthusiastically vote Republican
oh Nov 4."
He claimed the Democrats
came together only at election
time and could offer America

onlv "feudinr. futile, deadioc-

ed government.

Democrats Roll Up Less Than Half

Republican Campaign Kitty Total ;

WASHlNGTbN, Oct. 2(UPI)
AtThn : Tifmocratlc National

Committee today reported $110,4

256 in campaign rconiriouwuua
during the past two months, less
thiit hiif tho 5 577 received

hvU.h ReDUDllcan coronunce

during the same penoa.

The Democrauc riri.,
ring the period from Sept., 1
io Oct. 24, listed expenditures
of $115,739. Republicans said

KfliW niwrfa wATff filed With

the House of Representatives in
accordance with the Corrupt
Practice Act. The Republicans

made their" report Saturday

.i ail. i..ffatt' injtnvimmi uviiiii-i

t...i i.f.i th ; Democratic

.tjL.tx-. tmnn ach from

William: Bentonoof New

William Mow 01 nj
..,,1.. j r4 vhiiin stern of

V1UC. 1V1U., ..:". !"-
.... -il--' TW'i1

nomnrrats also listed

... ...Mali4 nlpficfiS in

eluding $1500 promised by Paul

McNamara 01 wewwu,
The GOP committee report reported
ed reported 94 individual contributed
SljOftO or more. These account accounted
ed accounted for more than half of the
Republicans' total receipts.

'.Meanwhile camnalam workers
11 ..,.itlnn VtT Fresl'

dent Eisenhower, have mauea
own decisions.. He cannot nass
U. tv,0 nnn "chain letters"

iliuic iiiauia --
to work un enthusiasm for the

Nov. 4 election. GOP unairma

Meade Alcorn saw.

Elsenhower tt nis mrvnu,
breakfast Oct. 14 urged Repub Republican
lican Republican tartians to write at
least 10 letters each and send
ah nwr th r-ountrV.

Alcorn salt, more than 6,000

letters hM been written oy
mamtoa nf the White Souse

..a and Vi. stnffn nf tne Ke

nublican National Committee

tee, Republican- Congressional
nAmtrifttV" YiiflMet. of Columbia

Republican Committee' and the

Unfair And Downright Picayunish

To Rab Ikes HelicoDtering-HST

NEW YORK, Oct. 28 (UPI)

Former Presiflent narry

Truman charged yesterday
ik.t c n ititfair anil down-

right picayunish" to criticize

the President ior using a new-

copter to fly to his farm nome
or to the golf course.

Without mentioning rresmcnv

Elsenhower by name, Truman
defended him against attacks for

noirfff "thp facilities ana prero

gatives of the office." He said

SUCh attaCKers were bv;oiiu"
mongers and character assas

"rhn Prpskipnt has the right

tn winv from the heavv burdens

of the greatest of offices as has
any other executive," Truman

said.

"I am sure the problems of

h nresidencv follow him a-

round the golf course. They

must follow tin to ueMysuurg

and Anywhere else he may go.

Triirrtnn wr T.inef m uie cur

rent Issue of Look'magazlne, cri criticized
ticized criticized the Eisenhower adminis administration,
tration, administration, for the "present trend

toward a huge White House

staff." '" 1
"The President must make his
kb hnpir nr. or down. Therefore

he must keen in close touch with

th mpn who run the govern

ment at his direction.

"A layer of presidential amei
has been placed between'1 the

President ana nis appoimca
officials. Mostly these aides
get In each other's way. They

It

office of Vice President Richard

The President suggested me

recipients of the letters, from
Washington, in turn, write 10

ittpr Also cammr ior a dik uw

turnout on election day ,and

asking their recipients to t write

10 more letters. 1
Th priitHtrtt. told the break

fast gathering that he employed
the letter technique with great

success 'in helping pui ms ae ae-fense
fense ae-fense reorganization bill through
Congress;';".:;;. '..-" V.J

J 1 ,i 11, 1 t 1 nf n

tend tn insulate the President."

And how about a Piano duet

starring Harry S. Truman and
Richard M.Nixon? v

it nrobablv won't, but it could

happen at the National Press

Club one of these days, xne ciud
nresldent has formally invited

the former president arid the
. ......... 1; . 1.1 tji

current vice presiaeiib to jwm m
just such a collaboration.

The Idea grew out 01 a state statement
ment statement by Nixon over the week weekend.'
end.' weekend.' He said he and Truman
would "burv the hatchet,"

ending their long verbal feud,
"whenhe National Press Club
Invites us to play a duet."
Rpoorters had asked him a-

bout the apparent thaw In Truman-Nixon
relations. v

In a recent speech Nixon re referred
ferred referred to the Democratic leader
as a "gallant warrior."
The next day, Truman told
newsmen .that sounded to him
like an apology and "making up
our differences Is OK With me."

On hearing of Nixon's latest
comment 'Presq Club President

John V. Horner promptly aent
off telegrams saying:,
The National Press Club ap ap-nUnria
nUnria ap-nUnria th harmonious sounds

coming from two of its most
distinguished members who
play at opposite ends of the
keyboard. ;j t
"We guarantee a full house
and an appreciative audience.
Further, we assure you the crit critics
ics critics will be there'en masse." 1 v.-

Medal-Holders Bii

To Roosevelt Rites

As Special Guests

eu,lat; invitation have been

sent to. Rooseven me,aaj, uumeio
residing on the Isthmus to par-
Mntma a In t.Vl vorinll.0 activities

being planned .for the Roosevelt

Centennial observance.
- The invitations are signed by
ilnir W W PnttP!.

w.nrinsprt with tne mvuaxions

rp aridressert nostai caras to

in4irat t.h tilannfid attendance

at those events for which spe special
cial special seating or other arrange arrangements
ments arrangements will be- necessary. The

Roosevelt Centennial Committee

IS particularly desirous tnat
these niipat.ionnnir; nostai cards

be retturned promptly so that

necessary pians may oe niaae
In advance.

-The list of Roosevelt Medal

hnlrier whfl live Oh the Isth-

mus has been carefully compil compil-a
a compil-a frnm vflrioitii onrce.. How

ever, it IS possible that the list

is not complete, ana uiose wno
fall to receive a letter extend extending
ing extending an invitation to attend the

week-long program have been

requested to xiotiiy tne, rtoose rtoose-velt
velt rtoose-velt Centenniar Comml 1 1 e e

nromtnlv. hvt TurHtinff to Post Of

t fina Dn 90S Rolhfio Wpitrhtsy

Three special events are list listed
ed listed for the Centennial Week of

Nov. 9-ia at wnicn special ar
rangements are required.

': iii 111 in' 1 hi 11 1 1' j' 1 iiiiii 1 niji' 1 1 ;n" r ) pj t'M
Bus Driver's FiVe

Offenses Net $45 :

Traffic offenses for bus driver
Rov Rpalv Foster 35. Panaman

ian, netted him a total of $45 in

fines at Baiooa Magistrates
Court yesterday. This was how
his bill was made up: For hav

ing no license on April 29, siu;

tram nffpnse on ticinner zn. siu:

reckless driving, $15;-'' driving
with the bus door open $5: per

mitting a passenger to enter at
a place other than a bus stop $5.

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MHMHtMlMilltmfllwIlililalfitnfflwlW nriwiytimnrnwnwflWiin-iiiiiiiiiiiiiiyNHiiniti urn rm-r-r rwi rmr
IN A RARE MOMENT of lightheartedness; the Franks and their friends the Van Daans drink I v'
a toast to eventual liberation. Left to right; Walter Diamond, Florence Klipper, Hindi Diamond,
Brian Cox and Un Worcester.,

ArhUsing, Joucning Enferfa in merit

The Theatre Guild's presentation

of 4,The Diary of Anne, Erank"'

adds another high level score to
the-record. The sellout first night
audience at the Guild's Ancon
Playhouse last night definitely en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed it. This is practically a guar guar-antee
antee guar-antee that' seats should be filled
for the next five nights, 'i .
The touching story s which .has
been published and acted through
out the civilized world; has all the
drama nf ireal lifp. Dramatized

from the diary of a young girl, it

is as mo ii mi in hkpli. x

Though set in the cruelty of the
Nazi oppression,- its real beauty
and- pathos as its reaching-beyond
the confining physical walls

ana into tne wiae reamy oi numin
Bsniratinn'anii hntvp. So it is that

the play, fills one with .the joy of

the knowledge of the great poten-

tial of our, fellow onen.-

Bnt.a stnrv.trnKt pome to life

on the stage, .and this is not in the

writing nor acting aione.
Again Adela BeLtis, who did such
a splendid job in directing "De "Detective
tective "Detective Story," has shown that fine
directing, is the' sine qua non the
without which the Jello doesn't

ipllnf a; onn1 nrfnrmanp Par.

ncuiany, commenaaoie is tne iact

that she 'Has brought new.' races
to our local stage. r :.' .---
The -first of these is our hew

star, Dody Moses,', whose adoles

cent piquancy mixed with sudden
rages- quickly lightened to tender tenderness,
ness, tenderness, has ,all ; the resiliency nf

youth. .She brings, us an Anne

Franlr tiv. rpmemner. we -'sea ner

grow-up,' in the Teenage sense-

from ore-teener to youne -woman

hood before our-eyes.

,-As the young boy(, plSyinf th
part 'with, a fine touch, Brian Cox,
nji intrncrvoctive fnonHv ind flUm

sy. This is his second fine work on

the Guild Stage,

'. vinronrn Triinnpf nif1' Barbara

Klipper play mother and daught-

er on aniojt siage,.inis was par parti
ti parti culairlv -eoodl casting for the

characters, invblved,

The audience was enthusiastical

ly responsive to1 Mr, Dussel as
acted byDavid Speir in his first

time on any stage, nus is
amnio nf an aftnr makinff the Dart.

Lynda Geyer gives a small part

complete1 polish, and IsaatiHar
' it,' "4,,'''JW ? J u,n J ii r V

rouchealso in a small part, ha

.eiage uexsuuauijr mat comes, i

well across the footlights. ", ;l

: PUS. V.Im m ...w 4. ..... u.i.w...

Xing uiuigs us iv uui vcieisns,-
Len Worcester, Walter Biamona

ana tfinai Diamond. xnese
three pillars of our temple of the, s
arts never fail to create a charao
ter, stay with' it. and develop it to

nay up

its full life. They ae the nl

gether and' keep ft revolving a

round the star, ,;,

it seem to this-reviewer that

r Ah DCCJIII IV IrUlO IX fiCltCl1'
the Stage at the Theatre Guild has

Si
i

which creates the illusion .of -a

vrnwn. iffmri.- nhVjtirlllv that. i.

Perhaps this .is due to the set

complete apartment; Or 'perhaps
this was- due to cood itaee move

ment J

Thls -atf !r not tesay that th
pin-rent nffprirnr in the best ever'

It is good entertainment," both

musing ana .-very loucmng., .ine
point is that a diamond at $1 this
one at any rate, is a good buy eves,
if it isn't .a blue-white.; ',-';,
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