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United Fund; pledget and contribution! of $9275 of,',
)'the $12,251 collected to dat by the Special Gifts 'com-,
roittee from business firms and organizations were $100'
r higheri.th committee reported today.' "fCl uif.
f A breakdown, of the higher bracket special gift dona
Hons revealed that so far there- were three' $1000. cohtrl-
h, 5 buttons,, four. $500. contributions, two $300 contributions 7
four $250 and four $200 gifts,' ne $150 'and one $125?
donation and 16 firms made'eontributions of $100 jacb.'
? j Fund officials concerned with special gifts solicita
"tlon expressed" confidence that, there .would be other.
:larger than $100 contributors reported before the cam
paign ends. The Special Gifts committee "has a quota, of
S25.000 to meet toward the $125,000 goal f, -i
n The remainder of the Special
Gifts donations received by the
; committee, range from $1 to $50,
mainly from Individuals outside
- the four main employe groups
1 in. the canal zone--1
f Contributions of f 1000 each
wer. from National Distillers
fiAw Abattoir National S.V
and Mutual f Omaha, ine
. four $500 donations were from
Panama Plywood Corporation,
Chain Singh, John V. Carter,
" jr., and Distrinuiuora wmw
1 cial S-A. t -'
The two firms giving $300 were
' International Business Machines
Corporation and Compaftia Ge General
neral General de Seguros, 1
. contributions of $250 were re re-'
' re-' 'ceivtd rom National Quimlca,
' George F- Novey, Inc., Con Con-solldated
solldated Con-solldated International Electric
1 Co., inc. and Acetl-Oxlgeno,
A 1 " li'x! "'
: Business firms givm u
- .j' each" were Cemento Panama,
wirfon. inc.. ridanoue Her-'
r : m'anos, and Hljos, and H. J. Ho-
A ja Comapny.
"H The donation of $150 was from
the Miami Window Corporation
, ,.f Panama, rftth $125 contrl-
- bution was jnadsr by panaca.
' r 1 -jb a, J'r; X '-sV 1 y
'h Among theettteeifflOfr ort ort-tributlonr
tributlonr ort-tributlonr were Hlpodromo Jos
p- Antonio Rem6n, All American
Bipartisan ,: v
Big RP Loan
rvi woHfmni 'Assembler yes-
v terday passed im a second tead tead-lne
lne tead-lne a bill to authorize the gov government
ernment government to negotiate a loan .of
$18.500,000$1.500.000 less than
the government had reauested
following a debate wlich
-' latsed over five hours. Bonds to
...... 4 Tnr k lunmlvAnd of-
W ered in the United States,
1 1 The sovernment request was
rr modified on a 33-to-3 vote; fol-
lowing a motion lointly spon sponsored
sored sponsored by government and op
The amended request will au authorize
thorize authorize the government to ne-
5 otiate- the 18.5 million-dollar
oan at an Interest rate of not
.more than five 'percent over a
period up to 35 years and with
11,000,000 of the Canal annuity
being pledged for payment of
theJoan.. -I j "V
- The rovernment h;d re
juested authority to borrow
f 30,000,000, with $1,500,000 of
the $1,930,000 Canal annuity
" te guarantee payment. s
opposition Assemblyman Al Al-fredo
fredo Al-fredo Ramlrer, who was one of
the sponsors of the amendment,
severely criticized the uncer uncertainty
tainty uncertainty with which the present
Internment -conducted some of
ts affairs as he joined the de debate,
bate, debate, to argue a?ainst granting
,tthe administration' full re request.
quest. request. ' s -v
Ramirea also accused the gov government
ernment government of 'neftligence in not
closing the deal for the loan in
March when the intprest rate
was Si percent, which weuld
have meant that Panama would
; have had to par $4,000,000 less
In interest on the loan than
It will have to pay now.
3 PS Marine
PARRIS ISLAND, S.C., Oct.
, (UPI) Three U.S. Marine
(. Corps drill Instructors were tin tinder
der tinder investigation t o d a y on
charges they slapped and other other-,
, other-, wise mistreated recruits at this
' basic training installation, scene
r of the 1956 "death march"; : In
' which six recruits lost their
f, lives.' 4,1 'iv
l Capt, Joseph C. Bridges, base
I public information officer, said
the probe Involved an alleged
' Incident In which young, train trainees
ees trainees were slapped ,by a drill in
Cables and Radio Inc.l'W. A,"
Rogers, Compaflla Petroiera Ca-?
llfornia.. Ltd,, and Almacenes
Martlnz, S-A. 't 1'
Donald- W. 'Dickerson, Ific
Payne and Wardlaw, Canal Zone
Bus Service, mc, Motores Col-;
pan, S.A.. Isthmian Construction
and th Barico Nacional de Pan Panama'
ama' Panama' also each gave $100. l
Other $100 contributors J were
Clva, S.Ai, Joyerfa Tahiti, Balboa
Yacht Club, Pan American
World Airways Inc and Azuca Azuca-rera
rera Azuca-rera Nacional S,A,
Employe return from the'.
Panama .. Canal Company-Ca-
nil Zone Government and the
Army, Navy and Air" force
. combined with the Special
Gifts total of, $12,251 today
reached $73,984, brindng it to 1
within 59.2 percent of the goal..
The Company Government
return was $52,839. The combla
ed Tnilitarv return was $8,894.
waia uio munaxy payaay w-
morrow and the CPU telethon
ouiyj uuuj 110c
As Satellite Felling Too Scon
A hall of rocks and earth
which terrorized parts of Pa Pa-raise
raise Pa-raise yesterday after an extra
large explosion during blast
: ing operations on the .Canal
will not be repeated, engineers
said todat; ;
"After yesterday's freak blast
which hurled heavy rocks and
chunks of earth, high into the
air over the faralso housing
site, Panama Canal engineers
have instructed the contractors,
Tecon corporation, to place
blankets or mats over the area
to be. blasted where there is any
reason to think that a particu particular
lar particular formation might cause un unusual
usual unusual shattering of the rock -.
Residents of Paraiso heard
what theyi describe as an unu?
sually' loud blast yesterday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, seconds later, a shower
of rocks and earth fell.
On large rock : smashed
Truck Stolen' I
From CZ Garaqef 1
No' trace iias' yet beeri found
of a truck which was stolen
from the Panama Canal Sani
tary Division garage near the
Ancon laundry Tuesday night.
Thieves broke into the garage
by breaking the hasp of a lock
and stole a quantity or Heavy
equipment plus a half-ton, 1954
Chevrolet pick-up truck paint painted
ed painted black. i s
r The valuer of the truck and
the stolen equipment Js esti
mated at $950. ,,, i f.
''Wife's Enemy ; ;
TTIIbj-Im Hert.rftm WHnnn. irA
beat his wife Iris with a
plumber's ; drain- unblocking
stick. Oblectlnsr to this treat treatment,
ment, treatment, his wife took him to Bal
boa Magistrate's Court today
where Judee John E. Demlng
fined him. $10. Wilson's occuDa-
tion is a plumber. ,
structor. It was also, charged
that members of a 89-man
training platoon had been forc forced
ed forced to pay $10 each to a cadre cadre-man.
man. cadre-man. ;.
Bridges said the platoon has
since been transferred to Camp
Lejeune, N.C., after completing a
12-week training cycle here, and
the actual investigation is being
conducted at Camp Lejeune.
The three drill Instructors al allegedly
legedly allegedly involved in mistreatment
of recruits were identified as S
Sgt. Ralph A. J. Grant of Ra
' "Let&. PePle
the room nlctured above on th
xaouiaung unit uses special oooKkeeping machines in its work,
more than innno full tim. nn mft ho ?nnh .nrJ tit,-
more than 10,000 lull time and
, uy uie eut, ui uiq wiuieu ruiia
Pajak, whg is seated in the left
, T..; f f ' r y v.
through an Inch-thick : wooden
roof, and a fibre-board ceiling
into the kitchen' of N0. 358-B
where Mrs. Adella Boyce was sit
ting having heihair set, by her
aaugnter ivie, agea 13.-
, Mrs. Boyce claimed she was hit
on the head by tfrt rock: and was
admitted to Gorgas hospital ai
though no signs, of injury could
be' found. She ..'Was complaining
or a neaaacne, apa a numo xeei xeei-ing
ing xeei-ing in one hand; t .s i
The ; contractors aald today
they had "been Instructed by the
Pan canal to use lighter blast blasting'
ing' blasting' loads. (, '-i
Said Ivie Boyee today, fit
Was terrifying, Ve could "see,
the rocks coming. We thought :
ft was one of those satellites
I which are always coming down ;
too soon." ,v;
j;'1' '.' 1,1 '. 1 ..
Tvo Shrbp Bo:ls
In Colon ll'Zrbcr p
. Two Panamanian shrimp boats
which got lost close to Coco Solo
and ran aground W a lagoon have
been towed off vwitb: ".Pan-Canal
equipment and ; are ? apparently
They ran aground late Monday
after transiting the Canal.i
Four shrimp boats transited the
Canal together. They were the
Nanda an the Bamarir owned. by
Belmoniciv S.A." and the Hoppy
and the Jessy owned by Moremae,
S. A.; all .locally owned and reg registered
istered registered in Panama, jr y- 4
f t' i' 4 v in i
They transited the Cabal North Northbound
bound Northbound and the pilot turned them
loose opposite the Cristobal mole
and left them to- make their way
to Folks River in Colon.
They lost themselves" In ''the
dark, however and the' Jessie and
the Bamaris ran aground on a reef
150 feet north-west of Coco Solo
Breakers Club in A lagoon.
The boats are now tied up at
pier 8 at colon. . t si
cine,' Wis.;; and Sgts. WUlard B.
Poss of Augusta, ga;; and Ron Ronald
ald Ronald Heller of Milwaukee. v
The Investigation began after
parents of six recruits from the
Lisbon, Ohio, area complained to
the Cleveland office of the Mar
ine recruiting ..service,
f f i 3
At Ft, Jackson,' S.C., Army Lt.
Gerald Wheatley.i 24, Of 'Bridge 'Bridge-ton,
ton, 'Bridge-ton, N.Jy faces a general court court-martial
martial court-martial today on. charges of
knew the truth and the country is $afe" -' Abraham Lincoln.,
PanamA Canal CompanyCanal Zone Government contributions to
first floor of t,h Artminint.roHnn knnrfw uiui..
more toan 3000 W tawtiro!a
campaign, in cnarge or me com
rear of the picture directly unif
To Find $67: To Appeal Burfary
.vAn extension of time "for fl
nancing the $67 unpaid costs of
an appeal of a burglary convic
tlon has been granted by the
UJ3. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals
in New urieans to uamooa con convict
vict convict George A. Poison. : t.'
i The 42-year-old Panaman Panamanian
ian Panamanian is serving two. burglary
i terms, one for breaking Into a
Gamboa home at night and
! stealing a watch, jewelry and
others articles, the' other for
v the night-time burglary Of of office
fice office equipment from the Dia Dia-.
. Dia-. bio Service Center.
' Fellow convicts of Poison rot rot-ed
ed rot-ed to give him : $25 "from Athe
Gamboa pen recreation fund to
pay. the docket fee for his ap-
fal. The prisoners administer
his fund Ithemselyes, 1 't
Poison is hoping to get some
or all of the $67 from the same
source, but this has not been
voted by prisoners yet. poison
has also written to his friends
outside, asking for financial aid
for his appeals costs. v
h a Poison soueht to aDPeal both
cases "in forma pauperis," that
Is without paying the appeal
costs for documenting, for mak making
ing making a transcript of the record
and transcripts of other documents,-
r,r iv .A
, f V r V V
, Both the TJ.S. District Court
for the Canal Zone, and the
5th Circuit Appeals Court have
'taken the position that under,
United States -domestic- law
: and procedure Poison cannot
. appeal on a pauper's oath be because
cause because he is not an American
'citizen. ,V 4 a
The law and procedure ot
U.S. Courts In the states do not
provide for this, and they apply
on all appeals from, the local
court. - J j
' After Poison entered- his "-re
quest for appeals, Judge Guth Guthrie
rie Guthrie F. Crowe of the Canal Zone
District Court, reviewed both
convictions and informedlthe
prisoner that in the Jurist's
opinion there was no shadow of
doubt as to the prisoner's guilW
vTHe' two' top non-commlsslon-d
officers In Wheatley's com company
pany company already have been.convlct been.convlct-ed
ed been.convlct-ed on similar charges. ,
- Bfe.v Charles L. Momari, 2ft, of
Empire,; Ala., was convicted
Tuesday on four of seven charg charges,
es, charges, and reduced one grade and
fined $300. '
Moman was found guilty. of
threatening to hang a trainee to
"put a good scare" Into him be because
cause because he fell asleep on duty. He
also was convicted of forcing
other trainees to shout obscenl-
" i i' r 1 it
C 3 N
f 4 74KV bra
because of the ereat number of whims ftil lZ u
" "uJ2?Yror rel"rns:..1' expected that
panyGovernmenfn inail nnpnina
erth Jiminy Cricket thermometer.
Poison' was also Informed that
ii ne sought to appeal anyway
he was not eligible to take it at
government expense. f
t-oison appeared without an
attorney and CrOwe asked if he
did not wish to have the Public
Defender, wuiiam J. Sheridan,
jr.; namea to represent mm.
Poison declined, saying he
( Would get his -own lawyer, but
none ever appeared. The Judge
told Sheridan to act, anyway,
and the Appellate court has
told the Public Defender to do
poison, was convicted Aug., 19,
ii7, oi Burglary of the Diablo
Heights Service center, and giv
en a tnree-year prison term. A
mone other evidence, the eov
ernment offered plaster cast of
a footprint found at the- scene
which' ; showed ; an abnovmally
wiae zoot, sucn as Foisoi has.
A Gorgas orthopedic 'doctor
and an expert shoe fitter gave
testimony connecting Poison
with the footprint. Most or all
of the office equipment; includ including
ing including file cases, was recovered, ft:;.
r ) V K if yt
In the Gamboa residence'
burglary, Canal Zone and
Panama detectives together
found poison and the stolen
watch in a Bio Abajo home,
Some of the jewelry was also,
recovered from a seller in
Panama, and there .was evi evidence
dence evidence It had come through
Poison, i ; ,t
He was convicted Dec. 14, 1957,
and given a five-year term.' M
It was not until Dec. 20, 1957,
several months after the 10-day
period required for notice of ap appeal
peal appeal had expired, that Poison
sought to appeal the' Diablo
case. His appeal of the Gamboa
case, which he now seeks to car
ry through, was given at the
proper time,. ,, il
A imonth or so after his ap appeal
peal appeal was turned down by both
the New Orleans and the local
Ues. kicking a can of greasy so solution
lution solution into the eyes of a private
and ordering other ;recrults to
stick the head of a trainee into
a grease trap.,,'
MSgt. George1 Ry Sovle, ,30, ot
Ogdensburg, N.Y., was convicted
last week,, fined $450 and reduc reduced
ed reduced one grade
Wheatley, a 1957 Citadel grad graduate,
uate, graduate, will be 'j called before a
courtmartlal board orr -eight
charges of dereliction 6f i.duty
and conduct unbecoming an of officer,
ficer, officer, :
the United Fund funnel thriLi.
r.i" ,,u..una f.unnei tnrougn
wuuiuimu inau opening and
courts, Poison wrote direct to the
New Orleans Court. That body
then sen for the transcript for
study,- and directed Sheridan to
act for poison.
r' i.4 ' fu.
the court extension io Dec.
1 followed a letter from Sher-
wan to the New Orleans Court
advising, that Poison lacked
the funds to meet an earlier
Oct. 31 deadline. t
of the New Orleans Court, wrote
ian that: ',Thls b Oie first
incidence within our recollection
citizen, has attempted to appeal
iroin a Jidgment of eonvictlon."
' it I irrr' w,
-Wadsworth said there Is legal
precedent by the Supreme Court
f the United states that the
jKcjuwi-wug :,:proceeamffS or
limited to tt s
appeals in -formi ..l"'?,'1 AIC0Fn a a Pa
ti k" n 1 11 1 "" I'l 11 ""ii ,il
- i ;
tlAULOWEEN "VISITOR On the eve of the haunted Halloween
holiday .the Navy; famous for a few Invasions Itself, was invade
ed by a flight of grey-colored bats this week. One of the time
ly..but unexpected callers U-displayed by its captor. Panama
workman Esteban Reyes of Chorrera, a night cleaning man at (
WASHINGTON. Ocf30'mpn R nth (Met n( tla
right to-ork issue aareed
stands its best chance of adoption next week in Kansas
and Idaho and faces its heaviest going in California, Colo-
muu una ryasn'ngront ,
' Ohio was viewed as the iiggest battleground of alL
because it seemed to be the most doubtful of the.Vv J
states n which the right-to-work
voters next Tuesday,
Maintaining the Administration, stand of neutrality"
Vice-President Richard M. Nixon kept his position a se secret
cret secret yesterday when he marked his absentee hnltnt
California: V ;
President Eisenhower and
refused to take a stand on these laws on the ground thaC
they'were state matters. -t
At the i same time, the' ad
ministration has ,not dlscour
aged Secretary of Labor Jame's
P, Mitchell from, speaking a
gainst them during the 1958
polities' campaign, i- '
. i snsvi-tft-P'irawsj already
fai effect in 18 states forbid
Union shop and. Similar Con Contract
tract Contract requiring employes be
union in jiiccr t ho d their
'mere were tnese other do-
Nixon left Washington last
night on the last of his 1958
campaign swings. He said the
Democrats "are Jittery" but re
fused- to predict how many seats
the Republicans would win in
the new Congress
Mitchell told a Republican
rally last night in Milwaukee.
wis., that sen. William Proxl Proxl-mire
mire Proxl-mire (D-Wis.) and Gov.' Orval
Faubus. of Arkansas "represent
tne. true Democratic Party"
which he called a "bicephalous
y He said Proximire Introduc Introduced
ed Introduced needless bills In the last
Congress In ''a .reckless dis display
play display of fiscal irresponsibility,"
while Faubus' point of view
was "a churning whirpool of
prejudice and reaction and
obstructionism, Into which are
sucked all the moderate and
decent elements in a society."
man Meade Alcorn told a party
ureenwicn, uonn last
todav that the nrnnntA inu
issue will be before the
Nixon consktentlv hnv
lenge facing the GOP hext week ;
is to get out the vote. He said
stay-at-home Republicans lost
control of Congress for the
GOP.Irt 1954. He -warned that
Democratic vlcteries "in r!on-gressionsVn-ftthpr.
this7tdn would make "it easier-'
for the Democrat to elect a
President In 1960."'" v
AFL-CIO president Geoi-ga
Meany charged in a paid, coast-to-coast
radio address last night
that campaign oratory this year -has
been marked by "big lis
techniques" aimed at pinning a
pro-Communist label on organ organ-ized
ized organ-ized labor. ,,
Although Meany did not name
either party, 'he complained Jof
such' terms as "radical' and
"socialism" which have been
used in speeches by Eisenhower,
Nixon and other leading Re Republicans.
publicans. Republicans. "This is an unfor
giveable and complete unjust
tifiable trick," Meany said. f
0( Safely Float
A group of students, report
edly from the -National Instf
tute, yesterday disrupted a -l
traffic safety parade organized
by the Panama Lions Club' by y;
Ihrowing stones at the- occuw -a
pants of float simulating a
traffic casualty being attended
Student sources indicated to
day that the attack was cairl
ed out by students of tne Instl-
tute who ;did oiot want their
school banner, which was being
beme by a group of students
accompanying the float, to be
earned past the Presidencia.
The students and the Tiaifio
Department""of the National
Guard agreed in that the rest
of,"th parade continued Jn
aft orderly manner. 7-
Only the portion of tha'Ipa :
rade that was stoned broke up. :
The students from several
schools, who were, accompany
ing the float and the youth who
simulated toe traiiic casualty
scampered for safety, bandages
and an- ; r.
yesterday's action by .the stu student
dent student brought some speculation
regarding the traditional Inde-1-.
pendence Day parade next Mon- .-day.
day. .-day. ; r
Minister Jaf Education Carlos
Sucre has ordered delegation f
from- all public schools to at- f
tend a flag-raislntf ceremony In
Cathedral Plaza Monday giorh
Ing and to participate in a pa-
rade in, honor of President do
la Guardla shortly afterwards.
, The parade Is scheduled to
pass by the Presidencia., On'
Sixth .Street, later .turning left
and coming back, on Central
Avenue up to, ,the Legislative
Palace,,, 4 V ,
Ruben Elsa. Douel6s..l7 month
old son of Ruben E. Douglas: em em-oloved
oloved em-oloved by the Motor Transport Di
vii(Hi at AiKfB. woi Hves at Rio
Abajo was taken to Gores Hos.
tini vestrrdav with convulsions
and died later apparently bv'nt.
THE TAKAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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f THE MAIL BOX
"DIARY OF AJ&E FRANK''
' By VICTOR RIISIU A 1
CONCORD, N.H. An ex-Mar
ine is returning home irom me
wars Hie political wars, ior mm
mere neeu oe uo wouy u. u
ence will drown out the cheers uf
old re echoing off the craggy
mourns of iamikar places. Tor
Sherman Adams the cheers "are
still there. In the state he left to
sounu me first hurran tor imgdi
E.senhower, the silver irost will
melt on Adams' face. Here he is
.u political issue. Ito one of the
opposition runs against him.
nere his neighDors want him.
Thev cheered 'round and 'round
last Thursday night by the hund
reds when his name was ment on-
ed casually at t rally which was
las pou icat as me .vli0i.ii
' rt.nV. in the Theater, or Conrrvation of the Vvnooo.ng
t .... i.iir nt.wsr.anpr 10 icnu . rran ri-hv sp rinm earner in
' ' If .T. .ntnvahie evenings l nav spem ------v-
Juild tor giving me one m uic v
here in : Panama? s uihmus I do not have an op-
S Unlike some residents of the sus;n1deid on the movies
iortunity to see Broadway shows. hve J l m
2nd the live stage, shows which are put n n"e: r,t0.
S?e ufat I'could8 potve t-i-"!!
1"7; t Tr Mondav nieHt when the ineaier uu.m
I4 UC dual uia jr. '"'J .- 1
f"The Diary of Anne ranK. th nly one who
, It was a splendid performance ; and I I not the onty
lift tte rttertS with tear-filled eyes. Perhaps
Jrabtional for me because 1 nao 1 ue i."-- Xt any rate, kudos
i While 1 m Muw ui"., -- tn see a worm-
fee Canal Zone and Panama w, offerinRS of the
fesj movi? ana w w. a"5;TOted following, but it
Theater Guild? I he 'l,-"id ind out for them-
I,niH ,h much bigger one
; nuuit ,,
ielve? how Rooa wr p.." continue to Riv us
1 Eoniy nope .Ti.
kind of theatrical periormanirs
was truiy a nieniuiu
J" LOTTERY IN CANAL ZONE
"The Diary" represents. It
M. B. S.
U th. Panama Cgi ffi
anamana's sovereignty ".-..; could well be som
eked turned back weekly w "passing through the
n 21onians who like playing the lonery bu
doming across :-. r.-- nn0 seems to an ouisu
U they ..were .viable the Zone jeem
Wee myseit mai xuk "i forbids the sale of ticsexs in
Scrmita for all kind of raffles, yel ; iwdhw 1 q inCons,st
attery on whose, aumbers the raffles pay ou,
Make It Legal.
SHORTAGE IN THE JUNGLE
I'am 'go'mg J yocu.
rundowtt on some oi the things wh
iappen in the Exchange Se'"-Urtcd three years ago; an em-
llere is one incident which startea in y Exchange to
WlnJ2r?STi Ju'told by the manager and
Ktt-K iJn8,.nf ;vul that he was to lane
ssistant manager 01 u J":V ;" .CCOuntabil ty folder, nui
tnat unoinr ;! K;y;. v;-vri .ection
iwn section as E,
t.taw (nunle Of
Finally in June 1955, P" ory d book.
.eek& before the Pny ""TVouole of davs later, the manager
58 STSKhJ 3 average section that the
e-mvemory ws : 4,iral inventory. Business ai uie
Two week later came, the nhj ical myenio y geries
OnlpoVt had fallen off bv una me. j ; l9V, in charge
. 1, rnmf to 1 ciose. une . -.i.ii nff c ana
iomebodv else's snoriage. n n- --: hn ti, u
iany of whom hiwe been terminated.
The emnlove in nuestion h?; since -gtm
& i worked in all Jj-' fffiSrV iuTo WdL
still wormng ior ure
I would appreciate It if the pr hKn whV.re
Zone schools wnuld iM'y,,u i. not ml
40 busv these days using soul rt gun WSt tt K is allowed
it.rums. PuiMrM'i nieht for fun and
U'llfftS"- 18 not mn7-
Whose words ar
1 Who Is trying, like
Mnt to ret one eeg on a
WHAT D'TA HEAR?
falling n deaf r desinterested ears now?
ike Pete Jenan. to nrnture the order of
. in th pinnnouser.
, warning them 01 xn-a.n, oM
win i trvina to wwiu- ir im.-. -.j ---
kn,Mb. .nH n.mblin' did. by sh'ieKne anoiu un
he r;(in, 7Z Lloyd w.rthr8Ver American nationalist in
ViTin U britrhtenlnf the i-ab 7nnian lives, as Juardo did. with
, from the faSting life of Panamanian politics. International
neavv cruus lare on iiue mta 10
the1 ski tow. But Thursday evening
some 700 townsfolk did come to
gether for a celebration, the na
lure of which is not important
These were men and women
from the down road textile mills,
the huge printing plant, the little
stores, and the new plants making
electronic equipment. They were
working people. So non political
was the assemoiage .inai tne Re
publican gubernatorial candidate,
Wesley Powell, sat around the
corner in his store front campaign
headquarters, but tould not .de
secrate the moment with an ap appearance
pearance appearance and handshake.
Yet when the speaker of the eve
ning noted that the last time he
was m Concord he had talked
with Gov. Adams, the house fell
in. Jimmie Durante couldn't have
torn it uo morewith or without
old Clayton and Jackson. ,.
Later the visitor from New
York asked political questions
would l affaire Adams lose this
Republican stronghold? ; Sc"
said, "no." Not even, the 1 A r
people and the Democrats wre
using the issue against the GOP.
What would Mr. Adams' be do doing
ing doing now that life begins anew at
60 for the former civilian chief of
staff? He would not stay long in
his home state was the report.
There were tho' who had talked
with President Eisenhower at Get
tysburg not too long ago. They
had been told that Sherman Ad
ams was seriously considering of
fers from several governments to
am development 01 ine.r loreiya
One report had it that the
"country involved could be Mo
rocco or some neighboring land."
They have big funds for the dev
elopment of. trade and tourist ve-
lations with the U.S. ana otner
nations.! These underdevelooed
countries have pointed out that
this j:ould jnjpan safe investment
of American tapital, higher stand standards
ards standards Hw the 'homeland and new
Jobs in the -U.S. ,
in sucn pursuits Mr. Adams nas
had ennsiitatohb eyerj,nc.....JHp
had always been for reciprocal
trade and loans 10 weigh lanas.
One 'neighbor" said it might
go the other way. He pointed out
that back in 1947 Mr. tAdams re re-nresented
nresented re-nresented the American pulpwood
industry. For two years he push
ed for good trade relations with
Canada.' This was really an Ad
ams' specialty foreign trade re re-latio
latio re-latio i. So there might be some
large American corporation seek seeking
ing seeking to develop contacts with oth other
er other lands.
It should not. he forgotten that
Mr. Adams still is one of the na nation's
tion's nation's most influential men. For
t least nother two years, he can
roach the President of the U.S.
For another two years, he sun
nn reach, soma of the -President s
intimates whose financial interests
And what did the laDor people
think? Some of them, speaking
off-the-record, recalled that one
of the first moves Sherman Ad
ams made as governor was to
set up a joint committee to bring
new industry into the state. .,
When Adams took over m at,,
just about the time he began pro-
mnKn rcati v lsennnwer ior mev
: h fnrinri nlentv of time to
call in the state s most: miiuenu- i
htnmn Thev launched 1
H w Hampshire Business ueyei(w
ment Corp They looked at. the an ancient
cient ancient plants, some of which may
iwe been ramna-rts ainsi me
British, and encouraged new con construction
struction construction to renlace the relics. in
seven months they bad'a fund 01
14,000,000 to promote the prosperi
ty of theNitate. Today mere rT
mighty lew joniess, epeci
a textile workers' area,
They point out me new yim
as you drive by and tell you that
Charmin Animi IB nilKUU
come, back home
Mi n : vfl JSC .-y..'-Tv
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Walter Wincheli In Men York
MEMOS OF A GIRL FRIDAY
Dear WW; The late Peggy Hop-
kius tioyce'a wmower, mimdnaue
Anarew C. Meyer, and Maaeiin
copeiand, of me wunyon i unu Ji Ji-i.ee,
i.ee, Ji-i.ee, Will wed n Wooabury, Conn
on Weuncaay: .bevera 'anony 'anonymous"
mous" 'anonymous" calls irom people who urge
you iO iieip Koy campanetfa, .e
Uougers earner, until that accid accid-om
om accid-om iviosL loilts. it appeati, tmnk
n is in a public nospiuu. 1 Not
true, he's being charged 100 a
uay and tne bill keeps mounting..
mo nai oi'e noard reieciea ine
01 A om opy David UreenglasS. 11:$
oarole nau been urgeo oy many
on ? tne prosecution a 'staif. o
pause or 11.8 cooperation, ine van
Gogn original (sold for J300;000 n
houuonj w puicuaseu m
moripan art neater 10 prettily a
vUall ilk; HmITV J01'Q's mUUSltW. f
I hear, the late Pontiit'a med.co,
Proi.. Gaieazzi-LiSk the1 ?g6t in 0
all that trouble by Allegedly &eU-
me news about the iope s last
hours) ws, long on the payroll
of an American, uews-secvice.
ticipatlng. It's a work of art. It's
a pnilo.ogical gem. Aiid so 10 Mis
Anonymous Birnur.vam Buyer
saiuie to you".., ,uow do you
like not, boss? I'm semriug unr.
Collins a note, telling him about
' lfatnS?. l"". n be a lion tamr. a. T,vle Womark did?
I Vho making quick fortune, as the Sullivans
1 Are the voices all now stilled?
'moh the current prophet of doom to the Zonian way of life,
UNITED STATES CITIZENS
Saw Roberta Sherwood in Lin-
dy s nigot oeiore she wing'a to
Moulin Rouge, H'wood. Told me
the Beverly riiJs C.C.tnear Cm-
cy ), whicn books ac for only two
weeks immediately rebooked her
ior a monm. .ine Jewel jox ne ne-vue
vue ne-vue With 25 female impersonators
is playing (.Bppropnaieiy) in
Queens., .Toni Ban's rich voice
may now be Heard at lhe Gondii
lier (13th and 5th) ...Jtemeuioer
Carol Phillips who played the Ju
dy Holiday role m "Born Ves er
day" bn in, rpad? She's' the p.ew
blonde hostess at The 'Penguin '96
west ,snn. .auzie wong" sum summed
med summed 'up: Elxciting show, r Boring
Notices. '-' -'j
tresses I've ever enjoyed, .Grace
Kelly's look-alike. - -;
if.'!';- ill.. m. hoy net afil suepests to nres'
" U KtoSS te C-reM 1;e.dy exist,7hayl, be;n
' Smed It the crucial tjme In. the Canal JjJJ
'IConfM. th Senate nd rert'n agen of the U.S jTwerjimwrf
ta?r.V 4u. tt.ui cf.f. rr.ens' Aswc Ution. i sttl'
. bl Whiff us
' 'iUlcome the membership of "Zonitn" ad all fa r-minded U.S.
' t !JKah can look bevond the wxine littl. 1suei that may arlu
! ln thew daily work to present to Congress major issues that trans trans-)
) trans-) Jcend the cope of Unions and Civic groups.
. U. All Canal employ' odav are profiting bv the association's past
'Jrfforts. and future benefit can be. still greater if non members wil
1 Horn and former members re-join, to give the association financial
! backing and numerical representation, the latter being something
Congress heeds above all else.
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STARBURST This goldmed-.
al, above, will be awarded by
an International Jury to the na nation
tion nation voted ai having the best
pavilion at the Brussels Worlds
, Fair. A stiver atar and a bronse bronse-star
star bronse-star will also be given at
awards time In early October.
1 agree with your comment on
"Tne pleasure ot His company."
at me Lonfiacre 'lneate.1. "iie
Town's No. 1 Comedy Hitr
Aonarenjv. everyone does. Tne
brokers ay u is their top ticke
iirpanv. Prediction: Tha a sure
tone hit will he "You Are Beau
tiiu. f irom "F-ower ururn bong
. .If .you, 'run into anybody from
Readers Digest ast Uiem it there
any news about that mag and the
circulation mgr. ...iJals .ulame tne
splitua.'ion ot the Larry Blydens
(Carol haney) on his Jfogi kicK.
She reportedly said she ny longer
'Vn.iin ap.i. thiu to him" since Vo-it
hecame important in his liie. Tuo
bad. N.ce pipple.
"Cloldiiocks" producers have
problem. Neglected to .get:' tneir
star Elaine otricn on me' doted
line of the album contract.' .Ma .Mary
ry .Mary "Ellen 'ieacht would appreciate
it if you'd make it clear she has
no invention waatever 01 becoming
Mrs. Jay- Wolf. No. angry, just
wan.s you to know the, truth.
Fred Lewisohn (of tne aiauium
clap) is consoling his, favorite- la lady,
dy, lady, Margot Morris Buckley. A to total
tal total stranger peat her olacknolue
on an. East Side a reet, -.Been a
i-ach nf drexsineroom robbeiiei at
say uariing. rrmcipau v
down to b..-players burgled, .uous
David E wen in his booK on me
musical theater repons that .Arr
thnr Schwartz wrote the song hi
"Body and out ". .-.iue compocr
of that great song was jpnnny
i Mument h vind-the-scenes
of the newsmaganmes. A i chap
named Ben Bardikian .has 1 done
15 articles in a Providence gazette
that may get him a f uuuer f uz.
Nt '4nh nf dissection. I expect
some proofs -for you..,The uuor
of the dtssecttl .mags are veiy
set. incudine a Washing on week
ly. They all neid special meetings
to gasp at tne asp in weir musju
rinn't (nvtt v the author 0
tw ritri in 509" and Helen Er-
tin. to the same cge. Helen
linnir uhout recluses front
which Mr. telchmann admits (ttf
the playb-U) he drew mucn ot flip
.t.rit sw mv first Christ
mas window. On 45th between 5ta
and tin. Santas anu coiwbwi,
trees mit tinsel and : snow, eie
will hold oft to your fiat as
yoa read this: Kenne b Collins of
women's wear uauy nas : aistuv
ered" a new word that he adores".
"Thia anonymous Woman t sa a
'It has'., been, our experience that
the new relaxed look -nas oouolct.
theinf anticipating customer's int
eresc in maternity wear .1 m
awestruck. In this' sentence we
see right before our overheated
eyes, the histor'c' way the langu
age becomes enrjched.v Someone
coins a word. (Someone," meaning
WW, he neg'ects to add).,1t
Into the di
Michael Lavelle, who Mook ma many
ny many color photos for the top mags,
married his pretties, pic lire, Ca
rolyn Stroupe. She was' M:ss Palm
I see Judy Carroll of -the Glea-
soa snow wth producer Saten-
stein a 10c a.' ine bpinoie.cp.' May Maybe
be Maybe his 'luck's changed. Kermit
isioomgartien the' piouucer, ie ie-wardea
wardea ie-wardea his Btatt by giv.na them
piecea 0 his t a way goiunwnes-
"Homeward Angei"' and- "Music
Man'V You are incited to a par party
ty party Monday night at Sardi's East
arter Vhe Me. Opera premiere.
Black' T.e. Hosts are Marion and
Honert Merrill, I saw you'd try,
but Monday night was a busy one,
etc. : .Have yez noticed the mew
tormat at Person-to-rerson? iVtr.
Murrow's ashes are now flicked ta
his portside. .Big' Feud overeat
Ascap Tne top brass versus L.
Wolfe Gilbert, who wrnle "Wait.
in" lor lhe' Rpberi Ef Lee,7"Ra Lee,7"Ra-moffaj"
moffaj" Lee,7"Ra-moffaj" '"Ptinut .Vendor' f vand
scads of other great songs. .He
may nave to go. .
5 Think you' got troubfeHo
about the rich sociali e wha hop hopped,
ped, hopped, to Yurrop to bust up a ro romance
mance romance be.ween his Mrs. and Itai
ly's -leading movie s.ar? Only
return here and find his show-girl
WASHINGTON Ih'ano her re-
port, to tne vo.ers, this column
.urns tne poluical spotiiga touay
on v gorcus .young Congressman
harry uaskeli, jr., Go? jiueouou
whs is running for re-election in
No backseat Congressman, Has
ke 1 served as a top consul an in
the Eisenhower administration be before
fore before bis ektion two years ago. He
worked f rst with Oveta Culp Ho
byj former Secrear" of Jieain,
Education, and Welfare, then wilh
Nelson Rockefeller, now a canuiu-
a e mmseit for governor otwew
Vnrlr ' 'i - '
' In his own biographical sketch
for the- Congressional Directory,
Haskell boasted of a fact that .'ie
is- now desperately trying to hush
mo name y, that he- operates
ureenh u Dames, inc.. in w timing
Inn Tipl -,
; He has a good reason for trying
0 hide his' connee'lon with Green
hill Dairies.. Army, .records reveal
the itrm was awarded a fat con
tract last, February to supply milk
to the Walter Reed Hospital and
Old So d ers Home,' both in Wash
ington. ' V i'oI.o
, It happens to be against the law
frt .1 rnntfrpGSmsn in havaf anv
interest in a government con'ract
The' coufliqt-of interest, statute
firnro nlnartv. v ,itttTtr hn no.
a -member, or delegate to. Con
gress. .eithe r before or after ,ne
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nas. uamieq, airecuy or. snuuect snuuect-ly.
ly. snuuect-ly. himself, or' any other person
in trust for him, -or for vis msc
or oeneiiiji o'on ii.s .accouni. un un-dertakes,.,
dertakes,., un-dertakes,., executes holds, w seri
joys, in whole or in part." any
con'rac or agreement, made 4 or
entered into in behalf of the United
States or. any. agency thereof, by
any officer or person authorized
to made a contract in. its beha'f,
shall be fined not more than $3. $3.-000.
000. $3.-000. ,.." - .-
.The law '' fur her declares that
any violation- automatically voids
the contract ami "roiits must
be repaid "for'hwrh.
Haskell's embarrassing biogra
phical sketch discloses an obvious
interest In the' Greenhil Dairies.
Under Army "contract' those dai
ries have been supp'ying Walter
Reed Hospital with 215,000 half
pints nd 5,500. quarts of milk plus;
14,000 quart of but ermiUc each
month.. The same Greenhill Dai Dairies
ries Dairies have also been supplying the.
Old, Soldiers. Home .ith -22,000
Quarts of milk. 15.000 half pints.
and 500 five-pound cartons of
cottage chees,? mon hly, 1".
It was on Oct. 4. 1958. iust three
weeks ago, thai Americans .woke
up to txiiu tiittt a hatemungering
uildm er iuu.viou up acaautv
house m the town of Canton, Ten.
xu2 event wa, igaiicn. no. mere f
ly lo the people of Tennesse but
to tne enure Un ten ata es b)-
cause i, emphasized two thincs: ,.
1. We have b mer stand- r
ing sail or slipt I V ckward in V
education-wn le":,-L-.a has been t
i. A 'er.es- of fiombinzs.' occur-
VM. all Over the United Stales haua
inaugurated an era of" hat.' and
ear 4ii"wiucii some J e li'a In u
groups have not been able to wur."? :
ship without police projection. ;
New of hesd bombuiss- nnh.
lished in -the European and Asia- 1
ue"jress;' jiaye given" the United
States worse black eye than our
scienu.ic oeleat Ut tne nanus of li
the first Russian .Sputnik, -,
we naye : been considered a na v'-'
tion ot; democracyi and Idealism.'
yei nqw the.woi. t se?s us js
dynamiters of .schools and places X
of vorshiRj ::; -:, (- ,(t!
Richard McCauley, Greenhill Dai
ries Jreasurer," admitied to ; this
column the facts about the Army
nntrarlv Ha., tried a claim., how?
ever, that Haskell had severed his
connections with the. firm af'.er his
election to Congress. It was point pointed
ed pointed out to McCauley that Haskell
wrote his; biographical, sketch,
claiming itq bj .he, operator ,t
Greenhill ; Dairies, after entering
.This. column 'also tried, to call
the Congressman who -was cam
paigning beyond telephone reacn.
His office offered to locate him
and 'get, his comment. This, was
over a week ago and nis com
ment still has not arrived, ;
now holds the" title "Int'l Swee:
heart of Sigma Chi." Translation:
Most Beau tful College Girl in- the
World. . .Residents of Yonkers,
N. Y,, ready to start a revolution
over the prospects of getting their
third property tax i raise in four
years. And with the Raceway hav hav-:ng
:ng hav-:ng all those million dollar nights
yet ... I hear Uncle Sam trieo to
mve Gen. Truii 'lo.. ir. that much
written about graduation certific
ate from on: military school (as
a peace ottering) bu: ms rapa
rejected it. .Isn't that Dolorej
Hart in "The Pleasure of His
Company" .beautiful? Sucha fig.
ger; une 01 me mosi peiievao e ac
I 1 MMt
Beach in Miss Dixie in "54 and ; mistress honelessiv hunff on Amo
Orange Bowl Queen in J ,55.! She; rica's top male'mov.e star; (No
lowu like Miuown;. .uonstance
Carpen er in teats on phone.. You
said she was Gertrude Lawrence's
understudy for 28 Wears (Which
she was) but you didn't say she
took Miss L's role In "King "and
I". .201h CenturV-Fox's starlet
(Tueaday' Weld, the, 15 yef, old
sex DoniDj is tne great," great
Kf arido ta ot Alexander Gra
ham Bell. .. .I don't recall see n?
anything in the papri about Ralph
Story, emcee of the dufunct $64,.
000 Challenge show, and his wife
divorcing, bo be my guest
Your, Girl Friday
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. SIGNIFICANT .DATES
; Ocl..'l957 and Oc.' 4158111
go down' as two significant dates
in curreht, Ame-ican .history.' It
was Oct. 4 one year ago that 1 an
astonished America twoke up to
find that Russia had jumped ahead
in the race '0 conquer ou'er space
by launching the f rst Sputnik.
' AMERICAN' REACTION
In one respect, however,
tion 'to the school-bombing
been healthier than ; the'
The American peop' can do
somethuig' about bombing. They
cani.oo mucn, about launching
satellite.1 i ,
1 Anu) while the administration in -"'
Washington has pledged, only ;20.- i? .f'
000 aid to Cl'nton, Tenn. all sorts
of American arei sending dollars -and
dimes to help he children f ''
Clinton build a new school-house
in a typical outporuig,of.,Ameri- ..
can generosity. . ( f
' The text le Workers of America X X-sent
sent X-sent $500 for Bricks for Brother- 1
hood. The fchtol dhildren Of'Ca'-- -lifornia'aEl
Cerilo High SchouJ ',
collected among themselves $70.60. t. j
The Franklin Institute squadron,
of lhe' Cirtl : Air Patrol in Phila-i
delphia decided to contribute all
their dues collected last? week. The ( v?
cadets of the Lower Menon Civil
Air Patrol just outsde Philadel-
. j :j.j:l. j.'ii-- ...... 5-..
pin a aeciuea 10 uq ine same. 4
The Salt Rives va ley, Class- -room
Teachers Association of j
f noenix, Ariz., imeaiateiv sent
$50 and wrote that they would fur
ther -take the matter: up with th
Arizona Education .Association'
when" t meets iq4Tempe, Ariz.
next, week. "f'v
One of the most emphatic and
signficant letters came from J. H. 1
Kauffman, president Of the Diver-v
sey cnguieeung company. no
wrote: v 1' i-
1 feer along with you1 that ours
is'a "government of laws, not of
dynamite. At iounder and cresi.
dea'ef 'Diversey vr Engineering
Company 'I feel along with you
that the citizens -of Clinton should
not be penalaed ws the'un-Ameri-can
acts of irresponsible terrorisTS
and idiota.r- J" .--t''
"My company h engaged ia
highly sensitive secret missile ani
space projects iH our- plants1 in
Huntsville, Ala., and Jranklij
Park, 111. -t, A-
"I feeL thaf these creatures- are
doing more harm than, could a
full -squad of saboteurs achieve 'n
the most sensitive areas of our
p ants." ,1 -, .
, Kauffmah enclosed a" generous
contributlonv for Bncks-'for Bro Brotherhood.
therhood. Brotherhood. ' '.
That's the way the American
people come Aa the aid of their
fellow men? when the U.S. govern government
ment government doesn't.' ; 4 d n, t 1
PEDAL POOPED-The crisis
over ; Quemoy doesn't seem to
worry this pedicab driver as-he
naps in a shady spot in. Taipei,
the .. Capital : ot i Formosa. Hii
j only immediate problem Is. how;
! to curl up comfortably on the
jseat ot bis combination bicycle
(and .rickshaw. ;i 1
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4 ; ir 1 1
"' Scientists' believe that the
" so-called "northern lights"
.' Itaurora borealis) are caused!
'by electrically chargea pani panicles
cles panicles coming, from the sun t.-
hlgn speed, wnen xnese par'
;,lnetic field,- they are turned r
(aside, toward the earth's poles.
' If th particles then collide
Iwlth atoms nf th,f earth's up- ;
tper atmosphere, some of the;
. electrons are removed from,
''them. When these atoms com-
iblne again .with other elec elec-'
' elec-' trons, they send out the gldw,
. Jlng light of. the aurora, t
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it. Others nsesit. Plob. "t 840 PANAMA' 1090 COLPW -f Sparrow is U feet long, t Inches thick and weighs 350 pounds.
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. CHANCING AERIAL WARFAftE--The Sidewinder air-to-ilr
v guided missile, left, met Us first combat test with compiete
success. '.; Chinese Nationalist pilots have been knocking down '''
nurnerlcally. superior Communist forceswith the l,200-n.p.h.-,f s .''
', missile which homes in on the enemy's jet exhaust by meant J-' 1
r. of an infrared guidance system attracted to beat. It 4s B 'feet
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v by Ertkin Johnson
urttt.vwnftTV JlKHA ,;.'. Be
h Ind tht Screen:1 Can neadllnes-r-
scandal headlines nun, even .m,
a career? -The question it with ah
again. ,. , v
Eddie Fisher doesn't know u
answer yet. '
Rut if hit'a lika Kim Novak, he
anil h Tntinff her words to
me: "All that bad publicity was
good' for me,"
"Is .Eddie, Fisher's career at a
dead end?" is a question puzzl puzzling
ing puzzling 6how business frora-.tfotly
wood taNew York. Did his fans
walk out on him when he walked
out on Debbie- with Ui m his
EDDIE 1$ setting letters -nasty
letters' from irate fans
and so are his show business
bosses I'va had Several includ
Ing one suggesting an "Eddie "Eddie-Liz"
Liz" "Eddie-Liz" boycott. ,'
"Eddithe letter read, "is a
ratter- and lit is a selfish, spoiled
brat.' A very bad example for
our young folks." .
His name was booed when it
was mentioned .recently. pa- Jy
sliow.' ,v 1
"By Debbie Heynolds.-' fan
elub,' his career guides explain.-
BUT SOME people think those
headlines will do more for him
than 10 best selling records.
They say those headlines put
him in the same "character
league with Frank Sinatra, Elvis
Presley an the late Jimmy
Another theory s" f
more their, parents snub Eddie,
the more teen agers will love
TO BE BRUTAlabouT".
Eddie, cafeeerwiae hasnt much
to lose. v
He hasn't had' a hit record
since ; IBM. The only, movie he
made (with Debbie.) was a flop.
He broke no audience records last
season on TV.
Eddie, I'm. told," has adopted
a "let's wait, and see what hap happens,"
pens," happens," policy. He's going Xo sing
as well ,.as he can and see 'what
happens. A'.fnture marriage; to Liz
Taylor? Those close to him
shrus their shoulders and say: ..
"We don't have the slightest
Idea. No one knows except Eddie
and Liz." v
"All that bad publicity was good
for me" were the Surprising
word? from Kim, Novak to me the
. other day aTiout L'affaire Trujillo..
The only thing Kim say? she's
mad about is that f?'the TMiblicity
gave $ arepatioii, I. didn't de de-serve.
serve. de-serve. f i;u.-iV!-.'S-"-.'---.-.vv;,
Flown To IIX
NEW VoBK: (UPI)-A 95-pound
gold ingot.worth: $24,000 disap disap-veared
veared disap-veared from a shipment of bullion
being flown from Chicago to La La-Guardia
Guardia La-Guardia Airport Tuesday, night.
Airport : officials called police
nd .FBL agents to aid, in. the
search for. the ingot, part, of a'
Shipment -'M three ingots wortha
totai of $72,000. ;i i !:;:'
Th ingot was ; discbwred. mia mia-inf
inf mia-inf aiter the shipmeht was "un "unloaded
loaded "unloaded and hauled into a hangar
by ; freight .tractor.; It first was
thought to bft Merely misplaced,
but althbroughviearchturhed up
nothuig. v ::y
, .':,. r-: i
With Eddie in and Ka out of
wis apvkwgui., uci c Aiiu ex explaining
plaining explaining ..i why i r "bad" publicity
was "ood" for herr
"THOSE 1 HEADLINES' a h e
told me," made me more sure of
myaeif now than. ever before is
my life, i They gave me new
confidence in being, accepted, I
found .who my friends were
now I have PROVEN, friends.
They, also taught me that advice
isn't always good. It has to be for
, "I've never felt real stable as
t 'person.! But now I do for the
first time in my life. I've learned
that i I ; don't J, want everybody to
like me. I, just want SOME peo people
ple people to Jove me.' 5
WILL EDDIE Fisher feel; the
same way by the time the spot spotlight
light spotlight turns on someone else? Can
he survive his headlines?
He a .- in bad career trouble
and he knows it.
-The' answers won't be long in
SHORT TAKES: Judv Garland
singing "Somewhere Over the
Rainbow at the Nursery School
for Visually Handicapped Children
here was a- heart tugger. First
time in her career Judy ever jang
to an-, audience that had never
heard her nameor seen her. .
You can't escape type cast casting
ing casting note: Miguey Cohen's, gal pal.
Liz Renay, will make her debut
as an actress in he movie, "Flim
Flam."v .i ,Sal Mineo is headed
for his first big love scenes In
"The, Gene Krupa Story.'" He'll
beat those; drums and tight, the
marijuana habit but take it from
"It took' three treatments but
we've finally got 'what we want
--a love- story and not a dope
WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi Presi-flon
flon Presi-flon F.ipnhnwfr nr dieted
yesterday that there' will be a
npp.A for vasv. eovernment reor
ganization studies like those per
formed by twe Hoover commis
sions. -V ;
Former President Hoover re re-nnrter)'
nnrter)' re-nnrter)' tht- the second bi-oarti-
san commission he headed had
produced savings" hirhich eventual eventually
ly eventually will- total '."upwards of three
billion dollars a year. earner, ne
hoH tnt alert the first commission's
economies at (even 'billion dol'
lars..' v,.' -': :'-
The present and former Presi Presidents
dents Presidents "made their comments, in
connection with the winding up of
activities by the u.i:jns commit committee
tee committee for the Hoover Report a pri private,
vate, private, voluntary ;group, formed to
onnnrvrt the cam mission's DrODOS-
ala for. economy njd efficiency in
Eisenhower, in a letter to.Com to.Com-mi
mi to.Com-mi tee Chairman ;Clance Fran Fran-(
( Fran-( iH "the time will again
come when there, will be need
for a new, comprehensive review
uch as inspired Mr, Hoover's
-monumental missiOTs;,v. :
&The copniittee innouhclng the
nH nf it Pistnce. reoorted that
64 per cent of the second, Hoover
haH heon adooied br Congress
and the Executive branch 'S
1953, mide 314 recommendations
in- vl5S w including reorganiza reorganization
tion reorganization of the Defense Department
and modernized, federal-budgeting
,' V f
VFTERAN VOYAGER Already a seasoned. space traveler
with twoj-weket trips,1 "Kozyavka" iindtrgoes further training
lor future Russian flights. Placed on a vibration stand,1 the dog
Is'traiBed to withstand the bufTting it .will undergo Jnslde a
rocket 'The Russians, have; announced the -parachute, recovery, ?
of a numbet'of dogs' after rocket flights as high as-28Q miles.,,
photo and caption material' arejroto an .official Soytaksoiirct'. ; ",
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RED CROSS ACTIVITY To mark the graduation of a Red Cross -first aid class at Fort
Kobbe, Mrs. Carmen Ramos, left, baked a special cake which she holds with Mrs. Jean Clark,
honor student In the course. With them are the Red Cross trained Instructor, MSgt. John
Class, and Robert Oleen, Red Cross field director at Fort Kobbe. Seven dependents from the
post were enrolled in the course, which covered new methods of artificial respiration for in infants
fants infants and other improved first aid methods. (U.S. Army Photo)
Renata Tebaldi Wins Praise
For Tosco' Role At The Met
NEW YORK (UPI) The "war
off-the prima donnas" has taken
a new,! dramatie turn-r-the heavier
of the two claimants for recogni
tion as the world's greatest prac-
style, has lost weight.
This was revealed at the open opening
ing opening of the Metropolitan Opera's
75A year Monday night when Re Renata
nata Renata Tebaldi cut an admirably
girlish figure and gave an out-of-this-worid
musical performance in
the role of the opera. "Tosca" A
well-heeled audience applauded
her until she and it were limp.
It had to be well-heeled; the. best
seats cost $40 each. ,
As the result the box office
shared Miss Tebaldi's triumph. It
took in $86,687 for the, single per performance,
formance, performance, a record for America's
oldest and most celebrated opera
house. The previous record for
opening night two seasons ago
was $75,510. Opening night prices
are jacked up several times over
the regular tariff.
There had been no previous an announcement
nouncement announcement of Miss Tebaldi's
slimming and it occasioned much
comment. Not that she was ever
very heavy when you think of the
traditional well-upholstered Italian
soprano, but her arch rival for
topmost prima donna honors In
the world's opera houses, Maria
Meneghini Callas, has had a lot
of critical acclaim, over, the past
few seasons -for her slender, i girl
ish figure, although in all prutn
(in this critic's opinion) she 1
vim wmiIH viva th new Tebaldi
the edge here on the basis of her
Tosca of Monday night. As singer
nnri mnaipinn shn wag the old
Tebaldi still; that is, superb.. The
quality and purity of her tones,
tones, the suouety-ana coior, m
her intonations, the exquisite con control
trol control she exercised over every
nuance of the singer's art in
these vital matters and. in every everything
thing everything else needed to make the
human voice the most thrilling of
musical instruments, she showed
her audience she has no rival.
Miss Tebaldi was supported bril
liantly Monday mgnt by (ieorge
London singing the villain role,
Mario Del Monaco singing that of
the hero, and Dimitri Mitropoulos
conducting the orchestra. There
are only three really important
parts in "Tosca" and the three
singers gave the operatic melo melodrama
drama melodrama considerable impact as
Wall Street Stock Exchange
Names First Woman To Board
National Chairman Meade Alcorn
In Him Manti.rf
,." WU aiaiement- oy
Arkansas Gov. Orval E. Faubus
wplo1 synagogue bombings:
"The ma who lighted the fuse
uvvr ucpiures me explosion."
Weiver, chief of the Bureau 'of
mines inspection Division on the
recent rash of coal mine disas disasters:
ters: disasters: They seem to, come in groups,
like plane crashfes."
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.-The Rev.
F. L. Shut.tliMivnrth ftoi. th.
lease of him and 13 other Ne
groes arrested for trying to break
down segregation on city buses:
"Theire will he im Iflhin in amp
strujgle for first class citizenship
uu u lronn.
MINNEAPOLIS Secretary of
Labor James Mitchell in con condemning
demning condemning "right-to-work" lawi:
"This nhonv arsument that
laws which prohibit union shops
rare 'right-to-work' laws leaves
NEW YORK (UPI)-The hand
thai coniMls the nation's purse
strings finally reached into Wall
A woman was named to a Wail
S reei S.ock Exchange Board of
Governors for the first time in
On the stroke of 11 a.m., the
American Stock Exchange, bowed
to the inevitable and named 53-year-old
banker Mrs. Mairy
Roebling to its Board of Gover
Mrs. Roebling. vivacious -Tren-
ton,y N.J., bank exeou ive, is the
widow of the grandson of the
builder, o the Brooklyn Bridge.
She has been active in financial
circles since the death of her
banker husband, Siegfried .Roeb .Roebling,
ling, .Roebling, in. 1936.
The American Stock Exchange
declared itself one-up on the old older
er older and larger New York Stock
Exchange with the election of a
woman to a high policy-making
post. There mot ouly are no .wom .women
en .women on the Ne,w York Stock Ex Exchange
change Exchange Board of Governors, but
there are no women members of
the exchange at all.
Officials of the big board
hastily explained there was no
ban on women members. None
ever had tried to buy a seat, a
spokesman said. Membership on
the exchange was described as a
tough Job that required long hours
of standing, and women appar
ently preferred to leave this to
the men, the spokesman said.
Mrs. Roebling will have full
voting rights on the 32-member
American Exchange Board of
Governors as one of three .pub
lic members. The o her two are
Dean George Rowland Collins, of
New York University's Graduate
School of Business Administra
tion, and William Zeckendorf.
head of the real estate firm of
Webb and Knapp, Inc.
In announcing the election of
Mrs. Roebling, American Ex Exchange
change Exchange President Edward T. Mc Mccormick"
cormick" Mccormick" said mare than 52 per
cent of the nation's stockholders
We welcome this opportunity
to give proper recognition to the
vital role that women shareown-
ers are playing in our economy,-'
he said. "Mrs. Roebling will be
in a unique position to bring
feminine influence and point of
view to our proceedings.
Mrs. Roebling, wearing a chic
feathered hat and a topaz suit,'
smiled and repled:
"The selection of a woman to
become a member of your board
of governors would indicate that
there is freedom of thought
among you in the matter of wom women
en women in bu'inesfe, and this is as it
Mrs. Roebling is the mother of
two grown children and president,
board 'chairman and member of
the executive committee of the
Trenlon Trust Co.- She was the
first woman to head a major fi fi-nanc'al
nanc'al fi-nanc'al institution. i
After studying business admin administration
istration administration at he University of
Pennsylvania, she took graduate
work in banking at New York
University. She works long hours
at the bank, but still has time
for swimming, the opera and in indulging
dulging indulging in her enthusiasm for art
When a reporter asked her if
she were one of ho:e women
who pretended she could not bal balance
ance balance heir own check book, she
sm'led and said:
"No, women through the ages
have encouraged this misconcep misconception
tion misconception because they feel it is nice
to have men think that men
know everything, but w o m n
know what he balance is in the
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TAYLOR IN SAIOON
SAIGON. Viet Nam (UPI) Gen.
Maxwell D. Taylor, U. S. Army
chief of staff, arrived here
aboard a special military plane
from Hong Kons vpsto'-Hiy 'or two
days of talks with Viet Namese
and U.S. military leaders here.
Tour body cleane out ezcei aclda
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Invitation have been issued by Mr. and Mrs, DitW I. New Newman
man Newman for a cocktail party to be given tomorrow evening at their
Mr. Newman Is Secretary at the British Embassy in Panama.
Twirl Hula Hoops
" An interesting feature of the
Doctors' Wives meeting this week
was a hula hoop contest, with prii prii-ts
ts prii-ts going the champion gyrators.
First prize was won by Mrs.
Glenda Betron of Albrook, who
twirled her hoop 526 consecutive
turns. Second-piece boopster wis
Mrs. Jean Bohden of JCobbe, who
turned hers 367 times. A special
prize went to 'Mrs. Jean Caldwell,
Who spun the hoop 193 times on
The coffee given by the me medical
dical medical wives of Albrook Air Force
Base in the home of Mrs. Sara
Morris. In the mote conventional
part of the meeting, members dis discussed
cussed discussed holiday decorations for
Gorgas Hospital, and made plns
for the purchase of toys for the
The meeting was attended by 45
members, including these five
Bew members: Mrs. Joyce Sheets,
Mrs. Jane Cox. Mrs. Mary deWnu deWnu-Bland,
Bland, deWnu-Bland, Mrs. Jean BohdefT and Mrs.
Coca fete Civic Council
Plans Children's Party
The Coco Solo Civic Council has
extended an Invitation to residents
ef France Field and Coco Solo for
a Halloween party tomorrow eve evening
ning evening from 6 to I in the Coco Solo
Gym, Building II. All children,
preschool through the eighth
grade, and their parents are in invited
vited invited to attend.
There will be no admission
charge for the affair, which will
feature prizes for the prettiest as
well as the most original cosiumes-
pie-eating and apple-dunking cos
tests sal refreshments.
Officers' Wives Heer .
D'scussien en Fabrics
The October social meeting 6f
the Fort Amador Officer! Wives'
Club featured as guest speaker
Mrs. Mauricio Attia of the Central
Store in Colon, who discussed the
history of fabrics and fashion.
Mrs. Attia displayed a collection
of materials from many part of
the world. Included in the exhibit
were French. Italian and Ameri American
can American cottons, Irish line lace. Chi
nes brocade, French silk and
embroidered oeau de oie and oth other
er other luxurious fabrics. To show them
to the best advantage Mn, Atr)
draoed some of the materials on
various club members
Hostesses for the occasion were
wives of Transforation Corps per personnel,
sonnel, personnel, headed bv Mrs. D, A. Xing.
Her committee included Mrs. Oli Oliver
ver Oliver L. Bobbins, Mr. Wilfred G.
O'lly, Mrs. Marion J. SchOnfelt,
Mrs. Henry H. Konvieka, Mrs.
George W. Pulliam. Mrs. Robert
C. Biotripiit. Mri. Malcolm Nor
ton. Mrs. Howard K. Sfhrecengofct
and Mrs. Eldon 0. Basham.
Mrs. Cronln I a Fated y,
A abv Shower
Frinrif nf Mrs. W. J. Crnnin of
Margarita gathered at the Knights
of coin m bus nail tn marganu to
hnnnr her with a babv shower.
Hostesses for the event wereMrs.
1 1. sermon. Mrs, w. Alien, Mrs.
J. F. Stevoon, Mrs. W. Hopkins
and Mrs. F. P. Washabaugh.
Th attraction 'nf the refresh-
men table centered on two rakes
baked in the form of baby bibs.
Guests attending from the Paci Pacific
fic Pacific s'de Included Mra. E. J, Hu Hu-svm
svm Hu-svm Jr. of Balboa and Mrs. A.
W. Goulet of Ancon.
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1 Apple Juice And Cupcakes
f S, Will Charm Young Spooks
You Want To Have Some Fun Too.
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0 Witch Hats, Decoration
and Many Other Items
for the Occasion
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American Secirv af Panama
Announcement has oeen made
of the postponement 'of the meet
ing of the Womena Auxuiary ot
the American society or ranama
which had bean aofieauled lor Mov
ember 4. The meeting" has been
advanced to Wednesday, iMovenv
ber 12, at 9:15 a.m. in the Pana
ma Golf Club.
I AWC Maialtalitv fir sua
the Inler-American Women's Club
has planned a meeting for Thurs Thursday
day Thursday morning, November. 6, at 10
in the club room at the Tivoli
Guest House. Plans will be for
mulated for the group's luncheon.
Retired Workers Association
The monthly meeting of the Can
al Zone Retired Workers' Associa
tion of the Pacific area will be
held November 4 it 7 p.m.
Police Seek Boy,
6 Or 8, Who Shot
Woman In The Back
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (UPI) -Police
today sought a gun-toting
boy, aged six to eight, for shoot shooting
ing shooting a woman in the back because
she wouldn't hand over her purse.
ine vicum, voir, oniricy .wiw
sky, 32, mother ot three, was in
food condition" a,t St. Joseph' i
Hospitfa in Denver with a .22 cal caliber
iber caliber bullet wound in her shoulder.
She was shot in the back as she
walked up the front" steps of her
Pollc.,in thi Denver suburb
rwere mwBg- a i m-io w
deareh. V!: x
Mrs. Orlofskv told officers the
youngster shot her with a pistol
after sne laugnea on nis warmns
to "drop"your purse or i ll snoot."
She said she assumed the boy
Mrs. Orlofsky said she was cer certain
tain certain the boy was no Older thsn
She said the youngster first ac-
met A Kr aa aha was walkiltf
home from work at about dusk.
She said he pointed a nicxei nicxei-nlattd
nlattd nicxei-nlattd revolved and demanded
that she drop her purse.
' 'Tve already shot a man and
dropped him," she quoted tha boy
Ch .M l.l fnllnw.J Viar
two blocks to her home and fired
tne weapon as sne warned up ipe
front steps. She stumbled into the
house and a babysitter called po po-live.
live. po-live. it ...
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SURE TO delirht the youngsters come Halloween la this eekle
eoastrueted witch's house. Holds Iota of coekles inside, toe.
BY GAVNOR M ADD OX, NEA Food and Market Edltof
Wara'a an emuslnir noveltv for
the youngsteri' Halloween party
a. wltch'i house made with
pieces of cardboard for the aide
walls; two X b pieces iw mb
end walls; two 13 x 6 pieces for
Eaijr Mincemeat Cookies (Yield:
about i 5 doien z-mea cowai,
enough In batches to coyer
j and fill house)
One package cookie mix. one
bounce package c o n d ensed
mincemeat, 2 tablespoons grated
cheese rind, if desired.
Mix cookiea according to di directions.
rections. directions. Add orr.nge rind and
condensed mincemeat broken
into small pieces. Mix thorougn thorougn-ly.
ly. thorougn-ly. Bake as directed in teaspoon teaspoon-mis,
mis, teaspoon-mis, so that cookies are about 2
inches in diameter.
Mince Meat Cookies (Makes
about 60 two-Inch cookies)
Three and one-quarter cups
sifted flour, Vi teaspoon salt; 1
teaspoon soda,, 1 cup shortening,
V2 cups sugar, 3 eggs, well beat-
LONDON (UPI) American
actress Bebe Daniels, 57, who
makes television films in Britain
with her husband, Ben Lyon, suf
fered a brken wrist when she
fell during a rehearsal yesterday
Miss Daniels was rehearsing, a
dance routine with her husband
and children, Barbara and Rich
ard, for one ot their "Life with
the Lyons" shows on Britain's
commercial TV nework.
en; one 9-ounce package con
densed mincemeat, 2 tablespoons
grated orange, rind (If desired).
soda. Cream shortening; add
sugar gradually; cream together
until fluffy; add egg and beat
until smooth. Add mincemeat,
hroken into small pieces. Add
flour and mix wen. Add grated
orange rind, If desired, prop by
small teaspoonfuls, j inches
cart, on greased baking sheets
Bake In moderately hot oven
(400 degrees F.) about 12 mm
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Henry1 E. May. superintendent
of the Storehouse Branch, is a-
mong the passengers booked to
sail on the Panama Liner Ancon
Saturday from Cristobal for New
May, who will be accompanied
by his wife and daughter, Fran Frances
ces Frances will Spend a1 week, in New
York on official business before
leaving for Miami .Beach for a
month's vacation. During his ab-senseJ.Op.-DeaLondes!
trative administrative i officer will act' as super superintendent
intendent superintendent of the .Storehouse
Other Canal .employes booked
fo sail on the Ancon for New
York are Mrs. Agnes E. Dillon;
Henry C. Freeman; Roy; A, Hall.
Jr.; Mr. and. Mrs. Raymond L.
Harvey; Louis C. Hasemann, Jr.;
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy G. Koonti;
Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Mav; Sr.;
Miss Frances D. May- William
J. Nickisher, Jr.; and Joseph
The post-mortem of the dupli
cate game was Jn full swing and
Larceny Lou had won s usual usual-Someone
Someone usual-Someone .wanted to know how: he
had bid and made game .on board
2T and Lou. obliged. r
"I needed a top about that time
ana decided to open one dun in
stead of the normal one diamond.
when my partner obliged by re
sponding one heart I jumped to
two no trump, After til I did
nave is points which is only three
or four less than I, should have.
My partner raised me to game
and' West. opened the .five af
"I played low from dummy. I
wanted to get some discards from
East and really hoped that West
held the Spade queen. list's nine
forced my king and I continued
with the act and small. East dis discarded
carded discarded the three of hearts and
deuce of dijmonds. West took his
made queen and decided to let up
his fifth spae by leading the suit
back. East dropped another dia diamond
mond diamond and I let a club go,
"Now. I decided that East had
started with exactly four dia diamonds
monds diamonds so that the suit would
break. I ran five diamond tricks
and watched my opponents furth
er discards, eventually, it be
came obvious that west was guard
ing the king of hearts so I finess finessed
ed finessed for it and wound up with an
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are relag to six er rfrea. tot
there' la a rwth. ; ' i
Your partner continues with a1
bid of three no-trump. What da
you do nowT
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PJUANDA TO JAKARTA
CAIRO (UPJ) Indonesian Pre
mi? Dluaeda-left by S'r for 3
karta yesterday after t three day
official visit featured by talks
with United Arab JUpubue Frasi
dent Gamal Abdel Nasser. DJuin
da told newsmen he conferred
with Nasser on "conditions in h
Far East," ) Including Formese
and the Nationalist offshore is
lands of Quemoy and Matsu. In
rep'y to a.quesllon, the premier
ssld Indonesia had been buying
arms from the United Arib Re Republic
public Republic but "not iB great Jtjuaati-
The football game between JC
end BHS -tomorrow night will have
we hope some added attractions
Anyone who is Interested in join
ing in the fun, contact one of the
cneerleaderf. (Ah, tboSs noon
meetings! ):,!,;, ,;'- '(.-
Last Thursday night. CHS wal
loped BUS f-0. This seems to be
a season for unlets so why not
come out Friday night end hope
along with the rest ot ust queen
Eileen I will be there t give the
team a helping hand hope you'll
be there, tool
The Halloween Darty was a big
success to alt 'those who attended.
Among them were biu ooian, Hur Hurtle
tle Hurtle Mead, Gladys Miller, Dot Mats Mats-ter.
ter. Mats-ter. Gary and. Donnle Allxander.
Ken Hoke, Ronnie Mead, Raymond
Oakley; Dave Meson, Barbara Bi Bishop,
shop, Bishop, Bobbie Carter, Cecilia
Wright, John Ryan, Eileen Dame Dame-riu,
riu, Dame-riu, Mrtw De LsBosa, Bill Black,
Brands Cunningham, Millie Gibbs,
Jo Anne Hart, Gordon Legge, He Helen
len Helen Nits, Jsckie Dunn, Francis
Psge.'and John Morton.
Also, Joan RUey, ouane Kigoy,
"820" Napoleon, Jim, Selby, Bruce
Ipurlock, Dick Grassw, ld Ten Ten-ate
ate Ten-ate Ipurlock. If w missed any anyone,
one, anyone, Sorryfc Desn Hackett and Mr.
BOwei were there as faculty spon sponsors.
Mondey afternoon, JC men met
,ic women tn a voueyoau gime.
The men's team consisted of the
fnllowiiis members: Jtonnia Mead,
Jim Del Londes; Brian Cox,' Eddie
Nanoieon. Donn e Aiexanaer,
Bruce gpurleck, Bill Black, and
Pedro S4Us, in outsider who lent
them a hind.
the women who vnlavld were
Uatan Nits. Juris Barlow. Carolyn
Corn. Howie Adamas. Join Law
ler. Gloria Tait, Arieoe Baxter,
Beverlv Best. Auristela Schmidt,,
and Dladys MHler. The twli wtre
trounced 11-4. out.. re-maien ns
been tentatively scheduled for
The' following ooem is oresent-
ed brtourjesy of Bruce Spurlock
who has written much poetry, as
K$9p yovr fragrant
Ifiihton right through 1
the ivtning with
47)? Iv 4$ CoooVei
fvt Hill hitli M7ll;
in yovt tvenrng b$g ':
, it't 9 wonderful
1 porry pottMrl
eeiees e setae
a welcome addition to this wlek'i
coiumn; . . .
My Bertha is quite a nifty itack,
sne s a lots of fun thM ka
She is very pretty in reil life,
In dramatics she is mv lnv.lv
Lovely face personality so rare
and in JC thee is none quite
Doggone ir anyhow, I want"!
She's eoinf ateadvia U
Iete?. r r-.l.-'tf
With face nn haiitlnl an A
hpcfda so white,
I'm dreaming and honine with
all '.m'y might.'
ood Send this Intel to meNeanh
To cheer me up, and, wipe care
away; ; '-.
When 1 He' down to sleeo at
I dream of her Mtith all my might
I'll give her mv heart to do as
to keep in her bosom or throw
To a wonder girl I've known in
"My Queen," you'll always be.
AMMAN, Jordan (UPI) Kins
HUsiein. in a decree DromulsatoS
last night, commuted, d e a t i
sentences imposed on 11 persom
tn August to 19 years at. hard la la-bor:'
bor:' la-bor:' Among those affected wi
Stephan Theodor S eohan, sen
fenced to deeth for planting et
plosives In an Animsn gove-n
ment office in connivance will
his 20-year-old girl friend, Nad'i
Saltl.f Miss Salts received a one
yesr sentence. Other? s p a r i t
from death- by the king's decrel
inciuaeit gun-runner ( arrested lis
July fo: muggling arms inti
Jordia from Syr a.
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'THJ PANAMA AMERICAN AN IXPIF INDENT DAItT XlWiPAM
Class President Appoints
, Senior Class Committees
Cvj "tfi,;'. . a- -v"?PV. j,
if rtntrKT pRi7P.w rr Strickland, chairman for the fifth official Veterans', Day dance 'to
- sSffi t? oTrVynBMoSw Memorial Poet MW. V J-.W, receives from Hugh ''Scofe
i??.. ffJl? f wVoi TnainthiM the picture will be awarded as a door prize at, the dance,
Tho Arcarrasa. Table reservation may be obtained Jay calling -Mtl. -
ritlB DISPLAY Fabricg gathered from all over the world were
viw V,9rr.. t, J T.m. mnmh wivm1 rlnh toclal meet-
3S S MS J nfe MaM W. Dodeon
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De Gaulle Still
1$ Riding Crest
Of Popular Favor
PARIS. Oct. 30 (UPI) Pfrench
men still have "unbounded confi
dene in Premier Charles de
iGsulle'i ability to end the Alge Alge-irian
irian Alge-irian war and make them a great
nation once more, a public opinion
poll showed today.
The right-wing1 newspaper Auro Auro-re,,
re,, Auro-re,, which took the poll, said' its
figures showed De Gaulle still
wss riding the crest of a popular popularity
ity popularity wave that swept him -to power
last June. .
' The poll, while not fully indica indicative
tive indicative of the way Frenchmen will
vote in next month's general elec elections,
tions, elections, suggested that the commu communists
nists communists Were almost certain to drop
sharply from the four million
votes they polled in the 1956 gen
eral election; t;f
Only nine percent of the future
National Assemhy roup.hly, 37
seats will be occupied by com communists,
munists, communists, the poll indicated.
TOO PRETTY? A J20.mil.
lion-dollar airline and a 285,
000-member union tore into'
each other over this ba4lc prob problem:
lem: problem: Does this girl's beauty
Upset office routine! Miss Joan
Marcheiani, 20, had been dis
.missed from her ticket agent
Job with Pan American be because
cause because her platinum-dyed hair,
among other things, upset the
fi$w York office. She was sub subsequently
sequently subsequently rehired, but that isn't
enough for the Air Transport
Division of the Brotherhood of
Railway Clerks. It wants Pan
American to admit that the girl
was treated "unfairly."
nalhoa Hi sh School senior class
president Ton Cunn nghamr has
recently appoinieq wis senior
commiuees. They are ss follows:
ttflier thewcsie. Role Ann
Dean-H!hair., Silvia Crw, Barba Barbara
ra Barbara Parker, ; Patsy FlsteaU, Mer Mercedes
cedes Mercedes Garcia, Ellas Chiluja, Car Carlos
los Carlos Sucre, Uoyd Gundersen, Hel Hel-mutb
mutb Hel-mutb 5tahl, Elaine Howe, Sonla
Flgueroa, Frank; Romero, and
ienler ting Ken Degon chair.
Mima Pierce, Sharon DeVore, Su Su-san
san Su-san Barrett, Haydee Mendei. Su Su-sniMorency,
sniMorency, Su-sniMorency, Ligl Arroyo, and
Claudia Pavls.' ,
Oreup Picture Gloria- Ely Ely-'chalr.,
'chalr., Ely-'chalr., Bob Wallace, Chsrles Con Con-Pete
Pete Con-Pete Corrisin. Dsn Des-
Londes, Barbara Conrad. Sue Pe-
oersen, sam mw;,
hart. Joe White, and Zobeyda Fl
rdlnstlnf Charlie .French
-chair., Carloe Klamco, Bill Hele,
Roland Elsen,;,Lacy Hinkle, Gaby
Fredrick, Gloria Sigl, Roberta Cor-
vlart. and Sharon Boom.
Individual pictures Judy Bee
bv-chair., Bill HUcncock, Jane
Klntner, Sandra Cllnely, Tony
Womblev Rolanda Chanis. Manue
Moses, -nd Marilyn Smith.
Valentine Formal Mary Wat Wat-i
i Wat-i son chair., Hsrry tsvender, E E-leaner
leaner E-leaner Stancook, Carol Dimpfl,
Barbara KHpper, Joe Reynolds.J
dob lerry, Morgan Schockr Tim
Dsys.-Aan Wood, Kay Davis, John
Morr.s, Charlie Chase, Tom. Ash Ash-ton,
ton, Ash-ton, Kathy Cox, Bill Williums, and
Shelia Snyder. ; V1
Cards ami Anewneements Ca Carolyn
rolyn Carolyn Holgerson-chair,. Sally Rei Rei-hart,
hart, Rei-hart, Betty Adams, Barbara Clark.
Pat Cawl, Peggy Vale, Layne Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, Virginia MauldlnV Melissa
Bowning piane Vestal, and Jorge
Caps ami Qewns ssrah Whit Whit-ner
ner Whit-ner chair., Ruth Brown, Solly
Toussieh. Anabel Varela, Sandra
McKay,.. Pat Tate.' Ann Haskell.
Pat Alexander, Ada Tapia, and
Ienler Atlyitlt John S n o d
grass--chair Lois S,tevens, Ha-,
rold Feeney, Sally Sack. Luis-Mar-tinelll,
Dave Adams. Janice Ms Ms-lone,
lone, Ms-lone, BJm MaxweU, Grgham Gross.
Judy Flenniken, Mickey Walker,
Cecil'.. Eggieston, Judy Hot)!.. ye ye-na
na ye-na Bennett, and Louie' Bat man.
lenfer Off Olivia WlniU.H
ch.air., David Brownei Brian Mf Mf-Nimee.
Nimee. Mf-Nimee. Nurv BuchmaK. Bth
Heilman, Bonnie Dahlhoff,- Mary
Kdith McNeil Peggy Morgan, and
Sever'! O' th mmmilUn
have already started work nn
thHr part in the (fuing year's
Spclai and .Otherwise
' .tviriUMl V-
JeMeley Lsfllw of Honor,
Seqree Te Bt Conferred v
mnA irinmhrSr Of
)rder of DeMolay for Boys in the
S. i t Viv hrrn invited to
heyconferring'' of' the nuf
Jonor degree at the Scottish Rite
remple in Balboa Saturday eve eve-ling
ling eve-ling at T:30.'
The degree wiU be conferred by
nembers of the ?' Honor
m Frederick C. Wllloughby and
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CARD OF THANKS
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M Herring
Wish to thank our friend and neig hbora in Panama
and the Canal Zone for their many kindnesses and
expressions of i'ymptihy after tha death of our ton
THOMAS M. HEARING Jr.
WELLINGTON, N,Z, (UPI) -Rrreckage
believed to be that.
(he Honolulu yacht Annette, mus musing
ing musing for three, weeks with two per per-wnd
wnd per-wnd aboard; lias been sighted by
i ;New Zealand air force search
plane off the coast of Fljvlt was
vontprrtav. The re-
port said no trace wes found of
fhi vaehts two occupants, Wiliam
B, fanner and his wife of HOOO
lulu who sailed from Ania. Smw
Umt snt 9.9. Two lifebelts bear
ing the name, Annette were found
washed bor on Vanueievif i
tand ln the Fijis. ; ; ,
Robert R.' Arnold of Gatun; end
Ralph E. Harvey of Balboa.
The decoration, the highest hon honor
or honor grsnted by the International
Sunreme Council of the Order of
DeMolay, is conferred on adults
who have been DeM o 1 a y s a$
voutbs or connected, with the or-
Panlistion In an advisory Capacity-
.. . v
Wives ef Dlplemets
Aft AiiAaft- T.l
Mrs. Gabriel Bricefio, wife
the Ambaisarfrr o' Vr,'.uel in
Panama, was hostes ms srr
nn-r st tf piyen for tnr mtt
of the 'Diplomatic Corps, The ev ev-ent
ent ev-ent was given in, the embassy
residence on La Crests.
KAMPALA, Uganda (UPI) -Sixty
per cent of the electorate
began voting in the firsts direct
elections for rah Uganda cett'ral
government yesterday, The" .voting
wi'l continue all this week for 10
African 'representative to the
Legiiflltive f Council. : Tlibal W
ernments in 40 per cent of die
country refused to participate in
the election.,, v
KHRUSHCHIV TO VISIT IRAN
TEHRAN. Iran (UPI) Soviet
Premier Nikita S, Khrushchev
snd President Klimenti Voroshi-
lov will mske sate ; visit to
Iran before theJ end of the year,
ami irt m I J 1
omciai Iranian sources isiq yesicr
day. The visit would be in return
for the trip of the Shah of Iran
to Moscow earlier this year.
Manu ef Naw Twin
Frlonds of Mr; ftrt Mrs. "Luis" O.
Angellini, wbo are now residing in
Los Aneeles, Calif., hav receiveq
word Of the birth of their twlM, I
bov and s girl.
The babies have been named De
nis Lee and Dennisse Lynn
strlends Bid Raw Vevao
Te Mr. and Mrs. Aresediena '.r
.- Friends extended bft wishes for
a pleasant journey thifr week to
Mr. and Mrs. Vasop-Arosemen,
who left'for a trip to New Orleans
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IC-BHS Resume Inte
Balboa Loss Would Drop
Team To Cellar For 1st
Time In Tackle Football
By TREVOR SIMONS
, The Balboa High Bulldogs face two possibilities
tomorrow night as they prepare to meet the Canal
Zone Junior College football squad at 7 p.m. at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Stadium.
A win for the Bulldogs will put
plenty of pressure on the pace-
setting Tigers, while a Junior
College victory would push Bal Balboa
boa Balboa down into the cellar, a sit situation
uation situation unprecedented in nine
years of Canal Zone tackle foot football.
ball. football. .
Balboa High must be rated
favorites by at least one touch touchdown.
down. touchdown. Thev scored a 13 to 7 win
over Junior College the last time
these two teams met, but tne
defending champs had to come
from behind to overcome an ear early
ly early 7 to 0 lead posted by the un un-derdoe
derdoe un-derdoe Green Devils.
Despite the fact that Balboa
has now shown as well as they
had been predicted to show they
still possess the great potential
of a team strong in reserve pow power.
er. power. But the story of the Balboa
reserve strength is not as awe awe-inspiring
inspiring awe-inspiring as it had been in pre previous
vious previous years. Behind Charlie
French, Phil Cage, Joe Reynolds
and Dick Scott there are some
good subs, but none that can
actually adequately fill the
shoes of thl- foursome.
The loss of Gary Ness with a
broken wrist has been fe t to a
great extent and there is only
faint hope that this outstanding
back will be able to return to
the Bulldog fold before the sea.
son Is over.
Junior College has surprised
everyone this year with their
great showing, even in defeat
and boast that they are to date,
conquerors of the mighty Athle Athletic
tic Athletic Club. But their fine '58 showr
ing has been considerably dim dimmed
med dimmed with the announcement
that Bill Gibson is probably lost
for the rest of the season. Bill
was fifth ranking yard, gainer on
the C.Z. and one of the main mainstays
stays mainstays of the College backfleld.
FIGHT FOR LIFE
ta GORDON SCOTT
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But the Green Devils are not
without some talent though they
don't come in great numbers.
Harry Keepers switched to the
fullback slot last week to com compensate
pensate compensate for the absence of Geo.
Trimble and the versatile grid grid-der
der grid-der probably found himself a
permanent home for the rest of
Don Alexander, of course,
needs no Introduction to the
Canal Zone football fans. He Is
without equal as a kicker and
though expected prior to the
opening of the season to do on only
ly only parttime duty because of a
heart condition, has played four
full and productive quarters in
all the J.C. games.
But Mead, a sure bet for All All-Canal
Canal All-Canal Zone center and John
Feldt are another pair of four four-quarter
quarter four-quarter fixtures that have play played
ed played a major roll in the amazing
success story of Canal Zone Jun Junior
ior Junior College.
What changes will be made up
for the loss of Gibson in the Col College
lege College backfield has still been un unannounced
announced unannounced by Coach Brown but
his willing gang of gridders have
shown plenty of willingness to
mix it up and their fighting
spirit has been paying good di
Though the Bulldogs are fa
vored to cop this one by at least
6 points, the Devils are not ng-
uring to play this game on pa paper
per paper odds and certainly have good
ideas of their own in this year
of football upsets the world over.
RAMS ONE TOUCHDOWN FA
VORITES OVER C.H.S.
On their record so far this
vear. the Athletic Club Rams are
favorites to take Cristobal High
into camp tonight for the second
time this year. This will be1 the
final meeting of the A.C. and
C.H.S. and a win for the Tigers
would put them in sole posses
sion of the top slot in both the
Isthmian ana interscnoiastic
There are those who are still
saying that Cristobal had the
Athletic Clu bbeaten in their
first encounter this year when
they scored the first touchdown
of the game in the fourth Quar
ter. The claim is that the Ram'?
shocking quick run-back of the
Cristobal kick-off after the TD
was more than the Cristobal lads
could recover from and the more
experienced Rams took advan
tage of that situation to go on
While the Rams are out trying
to disprove this theory at Mount
Hope Stadium tonight, the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers will be Dutting out another
all-out effort towards one of
their most successful seasons
since tackle football came to the
Canal Zone nine years ago.
Coaches Ingram and Moser of
CHS are expected to run in
many of the second stringers in
an experimental move towards
finding some more depth to use
in the biggest plum of them all,
the Interscnoiastic title race.
Cristobal paces the pack in that
race and has another week to
go before resuming battle a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst C.Z. Junior College.
Among; those that will be try
ing to earn a firmer berth with
the Tigers is Jim Will, a quarter
back with ulentv possibilities
and a couole of hard-hitting
linesmen. Pete Ender and Don Donald
ald Donald Bonneau.
Recent workout sessions nt
Strode vielri has shown the 'ti 'tigers
gers 'tigers a bee-hive of activity with
TODAY -ENCANTO-. 25
Randolph Scott in
"Decision At Sundown"
Arlene Dahl in
"SHE PLAYED with FIRE"
T IV O LI
Prohibited for Minors
EDAD DEL AMOR
UN CONDENADO A
MUERTE SE ,Ft)GA
with Cornel Wilde
with John Payne
iist. $ut aim -A'.i tejaaireu
Title Bout Brings
Opinions on the outcome of
Sunday's Federico Plummer Plummer-Horacio
Horacio Plummer-Horacio Ottis 1 1 gh t w eight
championship bout at the Na National
tional National Gym appeared to be
equally divided today as the
boxers went into the final
phases of their training grind.
. The fight, which could prove
to be a gruelling affair if it
goes the full 15 rounds, will be
the second meeting for the
pair who fought for the first
time last July, when Plummer
kayoed the then champion to
cop the crown.
The Plummer supporters are
counting on him to stop Ottis
by the 11th round. Even they
admit that the longer the
fight goes, the better the
chances will be for Ottis, who
is believed to have more stam stamina
ina stamina than his opponent.
Ottis' rooters remember that
the ex-champ was ahead when
he was put In the refrigerator
in the first bout, and they,
claim that i. their boy is more
careful this time he's a cinch
to regain his crown.
A large independence holi holiday
day holiday weekend crowd is expected
out to see who's right.
NFL Teams Prepare
Two Browns Backs
National Football League
teams preparing a defense
against a pair of backs each av
eraging around seven yards per
That's the task confronting op
ponents of the Cleveland Browns j
and their backfield scourges, Jim-!
my Brown ana rooKie bod muci muci-ell.
ell. muci-ell. Between them, they've netted
1,229 yards in five games to date. :
Brown, of course, has every-
thing in the. offense world
wrapped Up in the rushing brack-'
et total yardage with 815 in 118
carries for a 6.9-yard average, an
average of 163 yards per game1
and 14 touchdowns scored. All
this, with seven games to go!
MitViAll with 411 varHe in Kll
carries for a 7.8 average, was in
second place in the statistics,
leading with a comfortable 9tt
yards over third place Lennie'
Moore of the Baltimore Colts.
Moore jumped 'from sixth place1
to third, with Willie Gallimore of
the Chicago Bears holding fourth
place with 323 yards and Tommy!
Wilson of Los Angeles dropping
from third to fifth with 302. j
The big bump among the pass passers
ers passers came when Babe parilli of
Green Bay, profiting on a fat aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon against the Philadelphia
Eag'es, jumped into first place in
a shift which tumbled previous
leader Eddie LeBaron of the
Washington Redskins to third.
Parilli. whn threw Ihrpp tnnih.
downs in the Packers' first vic
tory, posted a 9.95-yard averaue
gain for each pass thrown this
season. Mack Reynolds of th?
Chicago Cardinals was' second
with 9.15 and LeBaron's third
place average was 9.08.
their entire squad working fev feverishly
erishly feverishly to get into the fray. Ga Gary
ry Gary Irving has been showing well
in the past week. It is believed
that many of the Cristobal aces
will get quite a bit of rest to tonight;
night; tonight; but that is not expected
to slacken the Tiger effort as
they go in search of a victory
over the Athletic Club.
O RIVE- IN
It: rv ;;S
ONE DAY RELEASE!
Silvana MANGANO In
"THIS ANGRY AGE"
$1.10 PER CAR!
Robert RYAN in
City Beneath The Sea
with Ana Berta Lepe
with Raton Macia.s
: Mhv tv., w;
THE BIG CHANCE Tony Rio, left, and Johnny Walker figured to be on the Michigan bench
most of this season. But when John Herrnstein, the huge first-string fullback, went out for
the year vith a knee injury the two wound up the center of attraction behind the center.
Fuerza y Luz
Pan Am Jets
H. I. Homa
Futrza y Luz 2
Pan Imperial 2
won only one
game Dur w.ey puea up enougu
lead in this effort to give them an
even split, against the new league
leaders, Fuei-. y Luz.
Last vear's chamoions. the Kilo
watts of the Panama's Power and
Light company, were paced in .the
nnenpr bv Rollie Gleichman's -257
and thev needed every strike of
that score because they won by a
margin of ten pins. They took a
clobbering in ti e second by 73 pins
but came back to win by 55 sticks,
but fell short in total pins, but
came back to win by 55 sticks, but
fell short in total pins by eignt.
The best1 bowler of the night
was anchor man of Pan Imperial:
F.d Kunkel rolling 218. 190 and
200 for a 608, night's high for 'the
Jeaeue. Despite his torrid 257,
Rollie Gleichman tamed off and
made it 587 for the FandL high.
Other 200 bowlers, Winquist 2l5,
Fistonich 220. Albritton 201.
F & L: Winquist 559, Fernandez
441, Sullivan 497, Gleichman 587
Fistonich 562. Pan Imperial: Al
britton 531, LaBeau 452, Ppsi Ppsi-nowski
nowski Ppsi-nowski 541. Burgoon 521, Kunkel
Wynn's Friction Proofing 4
RC Nehi 0
Wynn's Friction Proofing took
over third place in the circuit and
also knocked Nehi out of first
place, when they swept the series
4 to 0. Nehi's lads had a rough
night, because none of their games
went over 900. and the total dif
ference favored Wynn's by 115
sticks. In fact1 only 200 game ap
peared on the Nehi score sheet,
going to Bill Coffey.
Ron Amato. the Isthmian All
Events handicap champion led the
Wynn s to their spotless nignt witn
562 which included a 218. Art Gra
ham. George Bell and Andy Hine-
lv also stuck 204. 203 and 202
Nehi: Vescio 527, Klumpp 474,
Allen 479. Kaelin 479, Coffey 585.
Wynn's Dube 492, Hinely 540 A-
mato 562. Graham 525, Bell 542
HI Homa 2 Seymour Agency IVi
The HI Homa Tilers did not
act as cellar occupants when they
tackled the. Seymour Insurance
Co. In the opening game the Ho Homa
ma Homa let out a barrage of doubles,
strikes and spare's to collect ele eleven
ven eleven marks in the last frame, and
sealed the game by 74 pins. They
continued smacking the sticks and
won by 22.
In the night cap, the Homa came
tip with a first bad frame and nev never
er never recovered and lost by 96 pins
equalizing the total pin count.
Both Ted Schmidt and Bud Bal Bal-cer
cer Bal-cer started o'.'.t 43 i! 600 series was
going to be an easy mark. In the
first Ted got 213 and Bud 218. In
the second, Bud 210 and Ted 202.
Splits plagued them in the night
cao, Balcer finishing with 578 and
Marlin Ted 590. Dick Soyster ral rallied
lied rallied from a weak 138, closed the
gap when he hit 247 to get 580 and
Dan Thomas' 216 game gave him
581 to be top man for Homa.
Seymour: Bover 488, Hasslcr
463, Bates 535, Schmidt 590, Soys
Homa: Charters 538, Schnieder
442, Rogers 517, Thomas 581 uai uai-cer
cer uai-cer 578. f"
Pan, Am Jets 4 Lucky Strikt 0
The Pan Am Jets, zoomed high
and mighty and in (heir wake
smothered the Lucky Strike cisar.
plies for all four points. In his
accomplishment the Pan Am Jets
passed the Strikers in ths team
slandings. All of the Jets gave a
xood account of themselves with
Hutch Lane piloting, the Jets with
.r82 and Bill Jamison laid 'so-long'
to the league with 571 Both had
! those 2C efforts, Lane 211 ahd fa-
mie 203. Big Jorge Soto was the
smoking Lucky Strike with his 580
series, tieoree. f eoe uamian ana
Bob Morrow had 214, 212 and 200
Lucky Strike: Soto 570, Morrow
513, Luttenberger 502, Metzger 459
Pan Am Jets, Lowande 520, J a
mison 571, VoSs 508, Melanson 539
ARNAV MIXED LEAGUE
Safety Pins 9
Mix Masters 7
Kool Krew 5
El Bandittas 4
Wood Peckers 2
Safety Pins Z Sleepers 2
The two teams, were tied before
they went into action and when it
was all over they were still tied
for first place. The Safety Pins
pinned down the curtain raiser b?
-..n i a l' Al
a margin oi nu pins, uui men uie
Sleepers slumbered no longer and and-took
took and-took the next two games but fell
16 short of wresting the TP mark
For the sleepers, Ralph Tunstill
broke the scratch barrier of 539,
and Bob Mathias and Stan Strong
also did th trick but theirs was
of handicap variety. Bob made a
strong comeback when he hit 219
after rolling a 101 game. For the
Safety Pins, the Smith clan came
through with 503 for Jeane and 502
for Tom. Ken Collins was the big
gun with 528, and Johnny Ely 505.
All hdep sets.
Rtbtls 3 ? Marks 1
The Rebels from the West Bank
of the- Canal took the measure of
the ? 'Marks. The Rebels had an
offensive going in the first two
games that it appeared that they
were going to be a clean sweep,
but the Marks rallied and took
the last game by 15 maples,
Cliff Parker was the bright star
tor the Rebels with a 204 single,
541 scratch set and 610 handicaps
In a strong supporting roll was
Gene Gringer with 509 scratch and
602 handicaps. Ray Burton also
stole some of the limelight with
510 scratch and 558 handicaps
Lou Parker tallied 519.
There was no question about
the ?'s anchor man, Lee Strode
and his 200 game, 513 S. series and
555 hdep. Bill Beebe and Jerry
Diesing came through with 527
and 545 hdeps sets.
Mix Matters 3, Woodpeckers T
The Mixmasters were the mas masters
ters masters in three out of the four points,
and they lost the fourth one by
seven maples. The big difference
could be attributed to the factt hat
the Woodpeckers did not have a
single kegler to break into the 500
circle, scratch or hdep. On the
oher hand The Mix Masters had
Smitty Smith mixing the wood
down (he lane for a 210 game and
503 scratch series ,and Koestcr
clicked with 527.
Kool Krew 4 El BandlHoS 0
Going into the fray with 65 pin
handicap, the Kool Krew kicked
the El Bandittos all over the lanes
and chalked up all four points for
the only clean whitewash job of
the evening. Four of Kool Krews
went over the 500 mark, TOm
Thomas 555, Conley Cain 517) Con Connie
nie Connie Cain 520 and Frank Perales
502 all hdep. Only Jack Carter of
the renegades looted the 5C, when
Jack Carter grabbed off 513 hdep,
ARMY'S DAWK1NS OKAY
WEST POINT, N.Y. (UPI) -Halfback
Pete Dawkins is running
at near full speed again and prob probably
ably probably will be in the lineup Satur Satur-davi
davi Satur-davi when Army playj Colgate at
Micliie Stadium. Dawkins, who
suffered a charley horse in his
left leg against Virginia, a. Was
used in only one play last Satur
day In Army's 14-14 tie with PittS'
v few I
With an early dry season pur
portedly just around the corner
one of the finest fields of local
golfers is expected to shoot
qualifying rounds In quest of the
lirst annual 1958 Braniff International-Airways
Golf Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament championship which gets
underway on Monday, Nov. 10 at
the Summit Hills Golf and
Qualifying, dates have been
set for the week of Monday, Nov.
10 through Sunday, Nov. 16. First
round pairings will be announc announced
ed announced in this newspaper on Mon Monday,
day, Monday, Nov. 17. First round match matches
es matches must be played by sundown
Sunday, Nov. 23.
Summit's greenskeeper How Howard
ard Howard Clarke has been working
overtime for the past several
weeks In an attempt to get the
greens in the best shape possi
ble. A few more days of dry
weather, such as he had last
week, will give Clarke the break
he needs to bring the Summit
greens to the peas of condition, i
' At a recent meeting between
the Rules Committee of the
Summit Golf Club and the Pan Panama
ama Panama Golfers' Association the
following modifications to the
U.S.G.A. Rules have been adopt
ed for the Braniff Tournament
at Summit: y
Water Hazards : C o n c rete
ditches across Nos. 1, 5, 6, and 8.
Lateral Water Hazards: Con
crete ditches left of No. 5, fight
of No. 7, and behind No. 7.
Obstructions: Bridges, shelters
and associated equipment, wa
ter pipes, equipment left on the
course, large pipes to the right
of No. 7 green.
Ball Cleaning: In own fairway
ball may be cleaned and placed
on club length, but no nearer
the hole, providing stance is not
improvea and stymie pot broken
Ball may be cleaned on all
greens. Before ball is lifted play
er should properly mark the
spot by placing a coin or some
similar object directly behind
the ball. Ball marks that lie in
the line of any players' putt or
might affect subsequent play
should not be re repaired until
all players have holed out.
' Lost Ball: Players will be al allowed
lowed allowed the maximum of five min minutes
utes minutes to search for a lost ball. If
ball is lost in a hazard, another
ball may be dropped behind the
point at which the ball entered
the hazard, penalty one (1)
stroke. If ball is lost in fairway
being played and it is determin determined
ed determined fter a reassnable search to
have been buried, another ball
may be dropped in the approx
imate location, but no nearer the
green, no penalty.
Imbedded Ball: Ball Imbedded
'thru the green' may be lifted',
cleaned, and dropped" no nearer
the hole. Stymie may be not be
broken. On green, ball may be
placed to the right or left of tor
bedment but no nearer the cup.
Trees: When ball Is behind
tree in fairway being played,
player may move ball one club
length providing" stymir Is not
proKen. Ball may be moved lat laterally
erally laterally if no stymie is involved.
Markers: White stakes denote
fairways. Yellow stakes denote
Beyond yellow stakes ; and be beyond
yond beyond lateral water hazard to the
left of No. 5.
MARRIED IN ALPS
SALUZZO, Italy (UPI) Ger Ger-mano
mano Ger-mano Coccolino and Maria Mai Mai-chiori
chiori Mai-chiori climbed 9,000 feet up into
the Cottian Alps near here yes yesterday
terday yesterday to be married iri the moun mountain
tain mountain shelter where they first met
during a climb last year. The cou couple,
ple, couple, both ardent amateur moun mountain
tain mountain climbers, were married by
tain climbers, were married by
the Rev. Don Naiale, chaplain of
the Italian Alpine Club in the
chapel of the "Qnlntino Sella"
shelters ''' B'rjt .V';"
'TM;- .-i': ..V,.
" By Conrado
Chilean thoroughbred Quldlco,
accompanied by his owner-trainer
Ernesto Inda, .-'arrived this
morning at Tocumen airport Jn
excellent shape to compete in
next Monday'a $10,000 added
independence Day classic: ?
The reportedly classy four-
year-old son of Taimado-Myr
iam will racefi;alnst Informal,
Perdularlo and Santlllan in the
smallest flelcTever to dispute, the
annual Nov. 3' feature. Tht? only
other horse entered for the race,
Arlequln, had to be destroyed
alter breaking a leg.
Five U.S.-bred yearlings were
recently bought at the Keene Keene-land
land Keene-land sales by Isaac (Sam)'. Ji Jimenez
menez Jimenez for Eric Arturo Delvalle.
The youngsters, which will be
officially two years old en Jan.
1, are reportedly bred In the
pnrple. Delvalle plans to cell
some of them. j-;
; Tuesday.5fternoon the ? last
nine of the group of 43 Chilean
thoroughbreds bought In Chile
by track manager Pablo A. (Pa
pi) Thayer -were auctioned at
the President Remon racetrack's
None of the horses that went
on the block was 60ntested,.and
auctioneer Ibero F e r h a ndez
quickly dispatched the group.
Jose (Tito) Sitton added an
other racer to his rapidly grow'
ing string when he purchased
Coltro, a four-year-old "bay son
ox l aitai-casteua. i
Heraclio Barletta k n o eked
down the highly rated five-ryear
old chestnut mare Last Dust.
This daughter of Figaro-Cambrl-
na win De trained by Jose" Maria
Slot Among Light
NEW YORK (UPI) -The Ring
magazine's latest ratings today
placed young Carlos Ortiz of New
York in a challenging position for
the lightweight crown at No. 3
In view of that position and the
promise of riches 'in the offing,
it will be mighty interesting to
see whether Ortiz keeps today's
London promise of waiting six
months before challenging.
Puerto Rican-born Ortiz was
boosted a notch from fourth to
third because of his impressive
10-round decision over England's
Dave Charnley at London Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night.
Only Kenny Lane of Muskegon,
Mich., at No. 1, and Duilio Loi
of Italy are now above Ortiz. But
Lane was beaten by champion
Joe Brown in title fight at
Houston, Tex., last July 23 and
Loi persistently has refused to
come to the United States for a
Those two fact; make Ortiz-an
attractive challenger. At 22, he
has lost but one of his 30 fights.
And Puerto Rican fans, the hot hottest
test hottest sports followers in New York,
would i?v(i Madison Square Gar Garden
den Garden to see him challenge for the
Two English heavyweights are
rated among the top 10 contend
xers for the first time in more
Service Center Theatres
BALBOA 615 & 8:00
, Tab Hunter
COCO SOLO 7:00
"COUNT' FIVBANP DTE"
DIABLO nTS. ?:M
Greer Garson 1 'J'--
Merrv Anders-Penny Edwards
"THE D ALTON GIRLS
MARGARITA ? 8:15 & 7:50
"UNDER THE REP SEA"
"Gun Battle ai Monterrey"
SANTA CRUZ :: : 4' 7 :00
' :j. ).".' Merry Anders'
"Esenpe from San Qwntln"
CAMP BIERD f ,7:00
"WORLD WITHOUT END"
and "Call of The Klondike
U. Coming November 23rd
"The Glenn MUier orcnesira'
BALBOA -i COCO SOLO
,- ,.tl ;'. ,W..t,J"-.
Cheyenne, the best looklne an
imal sold Tuesday, was taken by
Rlcardo A. Unce, E. flumping
Luis H. (Magician) Farrugla will
train the five-year-old brown
son of Yelrao II-Sin Chlstari: ;
.Former jockey Rafaer Maren Marengo
go Marengo acquired pamajuana. m
cnQjce-bred ; three e -yeij 'Jg'tiU
aaugnier. of XWlfleneM)sv
flnka:' ;- 4-v:'.5iJ vj,v..-
Aged Isaac (Maestro) Gustinea
showed $MtT'ta$$' WWil.
isuuig vigor "as noi lessened nil
interest M the "sport of kings. kings.-He
He kings.-He made the inly bid on la
MOscoso. a spirited four -Vear-old
brown offspring of Franaueo-
, Barloa, a five-year-old brown
mare by step Brother-Asiatlca,
was taken by James Waint.
C h i u s a, a three-year-old
brown filly by, Dustl Devil out of
Cantinera, was bought by Milan
Octovio Ferrer took) Reisolana,
a four-year-old daughter Of VI-cinity-Resplandeciente.
La Deslree,'? a- four-year-old
filly, was bought by Arturo Vial,
. , oOo- .,
Roberto Maduro; the Preri-
dent Remon racetrack's most
consistent selector, repeated
as the winner of the monthly-:
iipsters contest Maduro went
Into the final week of Octobirki
trailing La Estrella's Donald 1
Vincent oy is points and ?
emerged the winner by four
Vincent wound m tied for
second with El Dia's Damian
Samudio., Maduro. r whose ijp.
annear in the wn turf mm..-"
zineta Flja, had a total of 30 t
points as compared to 302 each. sir l
In No. 3
decade. Thev n;." '.'
London and Henry Cooper. Theyj'
broke into the ratings by upset
tmg high-ranked Americans. Lorii'
don, now seventh, stopped Willie
Pastrano of Miami Beach. Willi""'
dropped a notch to fourth. Coop-'1"
!f. outpointed Zora Fofley oT
Chandler, Ariz., who sank a Be''w
Bon Jordan .of Ln ino.u.
wiU ohallenee ZZSSZ'Xl.l
gon Virgil' Akm,"LorAnS4
. c-ue oi ms con-r'
tenders' victorv ov-
Caspar. Ortega. ""
Tony Anthony of New York rA
Placed Harold Johnson of Phfc
aelphia as top light-heavyweighfcV
contender and Piero Roflo -o -1
Y. replaced Xeo Espinosa oh
EBr ""tamweW, i
Dick Offenhamer ;;"
Of Buffalo UP
t B ED FEINEN vl'")l:-:
Buffalo, N. Y. (UPI)
mention his nam tp the iyiess
it's sheer ,poisoo. .. "?."...
college but .already has knocked
fwo Ivy Leagu opponents 73"
tory f ? 1 f00tb,U hi?-i
That's the United JPress Inter,
national Coach nf Th wv rnu
Offenhamer, whose University o ,
Buffalo team upsetColumbiaV S0
14, last Saturday and is wihtrinsj'5
him new-found respect as one aT"
cohege football's up-and corilaif ;
bright young men. J
. .VI personally didn't think Sw3
had too much of a chance agatnsT"'
Harvard in our seasoh-opener.'b',
Offenhamer said, "but I honesilf
leu we had a 50-50 chance1
beat,. Columbia, even i though ; w.
were the underdogs." i
; And beat them he did handily.',
for. Buffalo's fourth victory in fiyV
games this s anon against aS
schedule that's tougher han the
years. Since the 44-year-old. Oifeiv
hamer became head coach i.
1955, i the Buffls i; haveu woa' L; V
toiiico. mav. u, uu uea .one...
Small college coaches have timll
e r s a U probjems ; Offenham?! ,?
AVI DuPlllM fklavaW uaAunal V
says. ; Because player1 resources.
are limited; Versatiily becomes iT' '
prime asset ana ofien a down,'
righ necessity.- -'?y-w-Wr,;7
. 7You ; w o r k with What ;t ya
"What you lack in talent- vooT
boys, have, to make up in CouM,
age., And me bovt have tb hav
the r ent mental atUtuda. That'i
' Dig lacior", J
' rfK OCTOBKR .,195S
TEX fASAMA AMERICA AN DiDIPEOTIN? DAILT NEWSPAFICB
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Rahama-Ptd: League Teams
HIDE'S LOOKING AT HIM
A TtAM THAT
tsi MlODL oe
A WlK Tg4K TOO
UTTLS NOTICE &
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5.' r ..- t,"s ,' V. i I'"! t
Begins Nov. 8
J th itay-outi 1 n downtown
Plttrturih were stUl choppinf
up the Panther tbundetous 14'
14 tUndoff with pretiously to
macul-U Army Jon. J
lat, Hurrah had wile hoarsely
acrou th. ld hv-oaked
Why hadn't the soldier, tried
Since th"elr mrry Watte" J
dead-eye Richard on the short short-!es
!es short-!es and, 4 indeed, Vft ;
! i was surprised they
i. v. writ" admltte
, KloseVihe Pitt coach
taken a lot out of the Cadets'.
''They just couldn't betyeve any anybody
body anybody could get away with that
kind of play against them. They
were both desolateand disgust
4 s ii'
M Th Day's Btr Thrill
Irony was added to injury, For
it was the leg-hampered Pete
DawWns, who toad ,been jreseryed
forJusf such a aerensive
tiorf who let the receiver get a
way.... "You make what you
think is, a smart move," reflect
ed thft colonel,, "ana w mows up
fW nl It was the new two-
. j. i 4-V mxi I
r.r? wn were SO cerwuii,"";,
? SKLYr' k ckina they
ball-carrier ,with swt; shatter shatter-i
i shatter-i UirlWaMty lrf dne'ol, th Wg
- tv dav. t ' r
"";." mh kick?"
, when the cuestion
; Unvbt an obnoxion refler.ta-
' live wi ,
: tpi1i1 more than
j .1 v. lafa. we had
been outmanned In numbers
. afternoon and our boVs were
near exhaustion. There were stl
. eTen minutes left
' that It we gave them the ball on
arain,and H that happened
V wbaUood would three points do
' 1 At, this 'stige Army, which
substituted liberally in an effort
to conserve persphne latid stam stam--
- stam-- lna. had used up It legal quota
- f time outs, "hence to brlnir in
' Walters to kick meant a flve-
. yard penalty. ' '
f fvmt a minor consid
eration, and in no wV lnfluenc lnfluenc-aAUiAn
aAUiAn lnfluenc-aAUiAn Affirmed i the
colbnel. "Our situation- Vas such
.lynrviir i tn 'for' fhe
! touchdowns At i no tlroe'dld J
yn consader a kick:, ,.,
, :xhe Shrp Contrast
- $n th? first halt the Panthers
1 looked like something an undls-
erirntnaUnst Clyde Beatty had
: 1 ttut together for a tank town
- irffmiil lirhlblt. But in the sfici
' end half thev turned on the
s Cadeti and ell buj. obliterated
, th.em. Kow and why do svch pre-
1, tinsterous teversalu occur?
. from the 'Pitt coach this ex-
, planatlon: "NO.-1, ine iouni iouni-V''
V'' iouni-V'' down our boys got) in the final
, r TuomertJHof the second quarter
-.f.tfd them up. No. -2. we made
I certahi revisions in nur defense
between halfs to restrain Army'
" w odtide -stuff snd they worked'
Ttm the Armr ciach kWe
. nt a far M we could rfWn
- what we bad. With fresh troops
' lit the first half we clearlv out out-played
played out-played them. Physlral attrition
.' nnrht un with us In the second
, half, and with the deep N mud
; f addinc to the drudcery. ours
soon became a fight for survlv
' t at. The explanation Is as simple
- and elemental that." -.
' .The colonel revealed that the
' melodramatic, tape
point option conversion thai
k. ti. TflHeU. Thev settled
for one point after each of their
two touchdowns, ..Trailing, the
pfhM Mhewftd the conserv
ative approach missing on we
first try, clicking on the second.
On the seeond they had no al alternative.
ternative. alternative. Thev v had to get two
to tie.-This treated a rframau
eallv tense situation which the
flrenched thousands atln sepul.
chal Mlence. tinder the old rule,
the Pantners woiuo rr
horeless!v doomed. A ,bst. hey
could pot have done better tbn
H-13.- The mere' fact' hat the
Antinn 'Makes nortu",tles,' o
his W"d possible Justifies the
Innovation, J ? ;
r In this instk";-e. It set' the
fnr n nf the Meat emo-
t'o" al mowerxts rf, the dsv, And
we'd say it's ,com6 to stay. -, f
r PlNAiS OF WOMEN'S FORT
AMADOR CLUB CHAMPIONSHI
TO-BE PLAYED THIS WEEK
. The gemiiinal matches of the
Wnmon'i Fort Amador Club Cham
pionship were completed over the"
week-end and some excellent con
i's rsultH. .ni i
In the vf hairiDionshiD flifiht. Con
n.e iflstion aiu-, i-earl 't run had
a real battle, Connie being 4 up
on the turn, but Peari fighting
back on the back nine o ,; come
rinwn the 18th fairway all even.
then calmly stroked in. her'jnr
put to ,tke the match 1 up.
. in tne tim iiirih, yPea ouueiy
gave Betty Hemon a.tfghtmatch
to lose 1 up alsoi, S
In the oiner matcn in. tne cnara cnara-Dionshin
Dionshin cnara-Dionshin flieht. Elhel Pcrantie won
over Helen temuet In Sthe first
flight, Vf J. Nelon. wn over Lor
raine spencer. : n
The finals Will be as follows:,
. Championship Flight -'.-Trim
vs.' Pefautie A'-V
t- First Fight
Hennon vs. reison n
'' 1L. .i:nM fltrtllf' S'
III UliaiMllkJIJU lilKUL,
i The tournament-starts ou Nov,
8 through 18. All fishermen may
start fishing at 12 noon on.- Nov.
t from anywhere this side; of Co Cocoa
coa Cocoa Point, the: fishing area from
then on, will include all of Pana
ma Bay as far as final jsay. A
Entrance, fee twill 'be, IS per
participant and may be paid to
chairman. Bill Adams or any
member of the committee'. Hob
bie Adams bavid Bishop, John
McConnaehv. CoL Post. Kutn Jin
zaza and Lea. t Krliaza, J Milt
Wripht,- Chubby 'Wright; Lena ana
H P Rnrchett. v
A barge wilt be it Cocol Point
with fuel and ice1 for all bout own owners
ers owners who put n order in -ahead' of
time fof the extra1 they will heed.
Scales" for "eighmg fish will be
set up at os, Pifias Bay and
Balboa. Vacu tluD. Monetary priz prizes
es prizes there are a great number of do donations
nations donations 'giyen by the y generous
merchants in Panam. So far re received:,
ceived:, received:, i- "f i
Panama Americas newspaper
for one year. s
1 Smoot and paredes $50 let
ter ot creal? f
Halmaft S.A. i- $20Metter,of
Coca Cola U l ease of Coca Co Cols
ls Cols a week for six months.
, bernalhy A trophy. a (
Good Year two tires.
Crawford Agency $35 letter
of credit. ; ,
!iaws figurme. 4
Worsley cuckoo clock.
Glud $50 loner of credit. '-Tahiti
Tahiti '-Tahiti cuff links and clasp.
Balboa' Yacht Club $24,, -'
Canal Zone Police ; Assn. :. $25
' Kodak movie camera. ,
- Atlas .Co., Sheaffer pen.
, Ashsway 500 yds., Ashaway
fishing line. Sifi
, Cape Cod r. approx. $100. worth
nf f,bnt lit, v ,' ,
Cristobal Yacht Club i case
of whisky, r,r j
blil Round Pby
Of Amador Tourney
i The 1st. 'round of the' Ft.-'. A ma ma-dor
dor ma-dor Golf Championship ended tun-
day afternoon with the favorites
coming inrougn as expecieu in uie
The tourney's medalist Major
General Charles (T-.' Dasher,' com,
msndinf eeneraL U.S. Army Ca
ribbean won his -opening-' match
against C.A. Bealh Jr. wjj -other
toR rounds Eugene mexs oeieai oeieai-frf
frf oeieai-frf James,! A.(m Woore John nR.
Wright topped I W. .watson,
'itm,Jacks got ; by r Edmund G.
HeUbronner,and C. K, Miller edg edged
ed edged Jav Kussell. .. s
In the remaining : championship
flieht matches, Frank v Raymond
defested 'J6nes,J V. Annacharico
edged J., Terry and M-- Liv McCul McCul-lough
lough McCul-lough defeated B.- M." Bevington.
The' winners' are now competing
in the second tound of match
play, which began on Monday,
Oct. 27.W.M ends on Nov. 2. .The
second round matches "pit Jacks
. ... t i -it ;-ir.ni
against wngnv aiuier v. uc.im uc.im-lough;
lough; uc.im-lough; Dasher vs. 'Annacharico and
Hicks. vs. Baymond. i-j
- The losers m all flights will au automatically
tomatically automatically enter eauivalent conso
lation flishts in '.hich trophies
wil be awarded to winners and
runners-up on ft? final day of the
tournament, Wov. f. 'r
&,).. ... ii I i ii 1- 'i'-t
Braves Won t;
Have :Td Trade
MILWAUKEE (UPI)-The MU-
waukee Braves paid out more
than on million ; dollars in .the
past year for young talent nd
will not have to traae to win theur
third straight National League
pennant in 1959, executive- vice-
pres.dent Birdi T e b b 1 1 f re
oorted. . , ...
, Teobetts, basciall's newest' ex
ecutive who has become heir a p
parent 1 the Braves presidency,
torn a press ciuu audience Mou Mou-day
day Mou-day .that during the 1957 season
Milwaukee was !'25 pefi & cent
stronger" than. any other team in
the league. -:
"I've always believed a cham championship
pionship championship club has to be 25 per
nent better than the others," the
former manager of the Cincinnati
Kedlegs "wis quoted as saying to
tne group by oasebau writer Lou
Chapman of the Milwaukee Sen-;
""And the ; Braves, despite their
injuries, were more than 25 per
cent stronger than the irest of the
teams in .the National League la it
Tebbetts said he was complete
ly In the dark about reports that
snortsiop j onnny Logan, who in
the .1358 season had' about his
worst year in. major league base.
Dai', might be iradea.
He also said the Braves' finally
eave Ditcher Gene Conlev uarmis.
sion to play professional basket
ball this season because Conley
is an exceptional case. He had his
greatest season in ihe majors the
year ne played basketball." m
Tebbetts tabbed his former Bed Bed-legs
legs Bed-legs as the toughest team in the
league.; next) season v after the
Braves and then listed Los Am
geles and: Pittsburgh as the pen
nant contenders. ,.
Signs Up Nine
The f our teama which will -vie
for the pennant in the( I9b3-59
Panama i Professional t Baseball
Leagu t: race are .. .steaoiiy
completing tneir ; rosters
and expect, td have their squads
aiiv uned. 'ud' long oeiore ine
loon gets underway Nov:1' 1& "j :
. Latest or tne ciuos y re
lease a ; list of players who
have': already signed is the
champion Carta Vleja Yan Yankees
kees Yankees who now have nine of
the 1$ players who will de
fend their title this season,
i The Yanks are still- seeking
three regular outfielders, three
pitcnerg., and a shortstop. Re Reports,
ports, Reports, from the lub& front of office
fice office indicate that catcher-manager
Billy Shantz has, just a-
bout found the men he wants
but ho definite information will
be ; given the f press until con
tracts are signed and transpor transportation
tation transportation mailed them."
p I .... I
YitrvrtA rairoa wfiRKOrT-fieveral local d la vers of the Cerveza Balboa Beermen team of
$ the Panama Professional Baseball League who will see action during, the 1958-59 season which
gets underway Nov. 19, go through a practice arm at uoion Hiaaium. in picture are seen 1 1 10 r,
faces nearest camera), PepeOsorlo, Reinaldo Grenald, Clarence Moore and Frank Austin.
Al 11:30 Tonight
If Cerveza Balboa outfielder.
Barney1 Shetrone arrives on
PAA flight 733 at Tocnmen
airport at 11:30 tonight as
scheduled he will be the first
imported player to reach the
Isthmus for the 1958-59 Pro Professional
fessional Professional Baseball League sea season
son season which gets underway Nov.
Shetrone, who hit ,290 for
Vancouver, Open Classification
Pacific Coast League last sum summer,
mer, summer, will play oenterfield for
Cervesa Balboa and bat clean cleanup.
up. cleanup. x '
Erneslilo To Donate
Troohy For Baseball
Serios In Ssn Jose
Panama President Ernesto de
la puardia Jr. wilt donate a tro
ohv -for the 'Winners of a three
game baseball ere'NoV., 14, 15
and Id in san.jose, tosu.Kica
it was announced today.;. -. t
The Chinlanco team, represent
n th Chtrioui Land Ctii of Puer
tp'Armtielles, will play tgalnst a
rosta Itican all starihine., under
the soonsorshib of the PhvsicarE-
('ucation Department of Costa Ri-
Hoople' Rehires Old Staff
To Keep His Scores Close
ARCADIA, Calif. OJPI) -Johnny
Longden, all-time riding
chamDion with more than ? 5,000
victories his credit, said today
he was nopetui tnat ne eouia re
sume tiding mis winter' at aanva
Anita. The 50 vear old Longd,
who says he has no thoughts of
retiring, has been noDDung'arouna
on crutches since iracturmgva leg
it i Del Mar on Sept. 7. lie ma
caifded he crutches Monday. -,
irl wllne playing their semi ea, t,y4" 1
final matches this week an'. these f Puerto Armuelles so6rtsmen ak-
ed President oe is uuaraia to uo uo-"ate
"ate uo-"ate irophy for the series and
the chief executive .quickly grant
ed the request.
ts t" "Mh
3-4 the difference in handicap!.
In imf' tl-piUHcv Diler tan. o o-ver
ver o-ver Bobbie Jlughes, Vary Ausneh Ausneh-mrr
mrr Ausneh-mrr won over Helen Owens; Jean
Sullivan over Marion Mallory tby
default) and Eve. Wright over Eve
Monteath.- -1 ' 1
Pairngs for the semi-finals are
si' follows: '- j ;
Dilfer ys. Apnehmer.
Sulivan vs. Wright
STARVE a FOR NEWS,
.VATICAN CITY UPI).- The
lack of any hews from the out out-ii
ii out-ii e wo"lu proved too much nr
workmen assigned to the Sis'titic
' pel conclave of Cardinals. Tlie
measure i sent oat note skin2 for, the
pass so stimulating I results of the Italian League soccei
to. the Panthers, conversely had t;asie.
i The trophy will bs presented
to the winning-team by Panama's
Ambassador to Costa Rica, Col Col-"ino
"ino Col-"ino R. s' v 1 i'
The ChiriUnco team will be
rrt-vip-'.. hu, Julio HeafO. The
sports delegation will be aecom aecom-K
K aecom-K pnorter Esteban Lo-
fJC. 'T" I1BV .MC V
""a officer of the ChirlquiiLand
f !, HEMtANS IT;'.'-'''
. WEST POINT N. Y.
-Guard Bob Novogralz made 53
irkles in Array s first (pur Woi
pan gaini-a. . (-,,
Jack Smith; Cops
Jack Smith took first place" hon
ors in, the recently completed Sea
gram's V. 0.f Whisky tournament
at the Summit Huts Golf -Club as
he was: able to sit back, and rest
the final week when Frank Day
failed in 'his 'attempt, toy pick. up
the one big stroke that separated
the, two .golfers at the beginning
qj tne tinat week".
Smith finished!, the ringer tour
nament, -with a seven" under par
63. 1 , V '. n.
; Pearl, Trim took the-, first place
title among the ladies with her
81. Maxine Hood finished- in sec
ond place with her M.
i. Mixed Scotch Feuriemt W.
The regular m o n th ly mixed
scotch foursome tournament stag
ed at the Summ it Gold Club Whs
on by the team of im HinUe nf
Mabs Ausnehmer with a net score
of 63. Runners up with i 66 were
Fave Day fnd Jim Hood '
' Third plact prize wss taketi bv
Maxine Hood k and ted .Tordau,
while Velta Sharps, rnd Frankiel
Dafy won the roll of the dice for
fourth place after tying he ti
of Pat-Waring and Jack White White-law,
law, White-law, .f V
. Immediately ; after ; the tourna tournament
ment tournament .was completed, the- tourna
ment committee set the next mix mixed
ed mixed scoch foursome tournamtnt
dare for Nov. 29:, The tdurnout last
S:turdav- foi the co"h
get-together was the biggest for
any of these pooular tournaments
at (the Summit Club.
' "' BILLY SHANTZ
S( Wt. I fl If
Of the nine' players already
signed ; six of them, including
Shantz, have seen action' on the
Isthmus in previous campaigns.
The biggest favorite of th.se
is probabiy first baseman Tony
Bartirome, who was wltn Col
umbus, Class AAA International
League,' last summer.
The otneirs are Bhantz,- who
was the regular catcher for
Charleston, Class AAA 'Ameri
can Association, .this Reason;
utmty miiemer Bpiaer wnneim
111 i . i.
IVHUX.VU1C, iiuss aa ouuviiern
Association: catcher Tom Pat-
top, Vancouver, Operi Classifica
tion-Pacific Coast League. t
becond baseman Dave Jac
bs, who did .not .play last
summer because he f was in
the Army but was with' New
Orleans, ; Class AA Southern
Association,' in 1957 an right
hand hurier Jim Umbricht,
Atlanta, Class AA v Southern
Complete newcomers to the
jstnmian scene arev third base
man Galr Allie, Columbus, Class
AAA International League; right
nana pitcner Bob Fredericks:
Wllliamsport, Class A .Eastern
League; and southpaw pitcher
uick. uray, Augusta, Class
south AUantic League and
Charleston, Class AAA. Ameri
Flychaser -Johnny Kropf. a NEW YORK (UPI)
familiar figure in centeiheld Brown! Pe-wonal iootbaL i
for the champions for several ?an.llymg wedge was labeled
straight seasons will not be bv. former Coacn G""yN
back with the team this season, iwaay as me .uvn.w
Brown is the former. Syracuse
Ati.Am.rtca who was tne po
eame's rookie of ., the year
By MAJOR AMOS B. riOOPE
Ivtmed Cross-Body Block
HAK-KAFFI Vindictiveness is
not a Hoop e trait. Even during
bitter rivalries 1 saw to it that
my team did not embarrass the
other side by piling po n!s onto
my usual substantial victory mar margin.
So it was in keeping with my
normal behavior pattern when I
rehiired' the entire staff I dismiss dismissed
ed dismissed Dr. Quentin Zlobotny, t h e
founh dimension scientist; Red
Board Daly,' salary expert; Dr.
Vladimir McGrath. astronmer
egad! they are all aiding me
with my lootball forecasts at this
i inner inmir s inis cuaiine uu
heart came during the eiauon
which swept over mt wnen iu
lane turned back wavy in a, monu monumental
mental monumental upset. News of it had, of
course, first appeareo in ims
aniipe well oeiore tne contest won.
place. It was a! feather in my cap,
as they say. ;V'
In resuming stall worK, a num
her of obstacles had to be over
pome. First I fell, mto strange
working habits when 1 dismiss
ed, my staff for complacency, Jt,
'Genius thinking l
1 ' V t ....
By OSCAR FRALEY,
Gambling Ring Had
Weekly 10 G'Take'
ANN ARBOR, Mich (UPI)-4Six
University of Michigan Students,
two of -them star athletes, were
arraigned in Municipal Court on
jcBieiuHj uu cnarges pi oeings
members of a rootbaU card gam gambling
bling gambling ring. 1
rouce estimated the weekly
"take:- of the ring at about $10.-
000; but other sources said the
amount was closer to $3,500;
' Plea s of innocent were entered
for all six defendants' and thev
were released on $150 bond each
pnding trial next month;
Tony Rio, Michigan's No. 1 full fullback,
back, fullback, and Jack Lewis, captain cf
the 'Wolverine basketball team.
were among those arraigned. Both
athletes are from Chicago and
live together in the same dormi
tory. i ,
The others involved in the gam
bling ling were Mike Dodeson.
Grand Rapids, Mich. Nick Mitea,
Ecorse, Mich.. Carl Riseman. of
Detroit,, and Durwood Collins,' of
nousion, lexas. ;
Whatever : :
t John, (All-America)' Smith k ',
"Brown is the only player
up." i i
rie is, indeed. After five games
the bulldozing, Brown has plowed
up 813 yards, scored 14 touch
downs and tallied 84 points.
Van Buren set a ground gaining
record ot 1,146 yams in 1949, ihe
year in wnicnn ne also scored
nats1 Trade alvarez '"
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Wshington Senators' hive traded
infielder Ossle Alvarer : to the
ClevHand Indians In .exchange
for former bonus layer J. W
Porter. Alvarer,' s good defensive
man, hit only .209 for the sena
tori) last season. Porter batted
.200' while playing' first bane, the
ouie'd. an! also catching., He1 re received
ceived received a sM.OOO bonus from the
Chicago White Sox in 1951.: :
John. Smith, who 1 couldn't win
his football letter, at Pennsylvania
in his sophomore year,, made AU-
Amerca tackle the very next sea season
son season (1927) river another, great
Quaker of that ra' Ed .Hake.
Smith, a' na ive of Salt Lake
City, was the easiest payer on
the field to spot or he vas. the
first Penn player in nistory -o
come onto the field bare-legged
Wha'ever happened o John
Smlth6' A formefc, teacher at Penn
and eenerai manager of the X rv
department of a large' electrical
company.' he now 's profes or ,.W
business administration at Ihe
University of -Wisconsin.., Milwad-
Wee branch. ... '',.f ;
Lsson This time arounu ie u jju-Jrecord 18 touchdowns. Huuon, the
ing to knock the aU-time yardage! Green bay Packer's immoral
rofitrni ol suwii aoicuu. ci 111c scuiiui: reciuu win
HUvtui.u -.,,I....i.l,' :.. -
S.eve Van Buren ana vw nu.wu ,.:aa j;umis. .; j
into a cocned nau A
iiiij :w a... Af 'rn i win iu. .flj.i M mim 1vviit.u
. no i vui. n....r n .i j--. ...j
ManU u;hii coacnea van. olc"r muse maiu ie. uuomea
u irriatness "Brown has to be, to go if Brown operates at only
to greamesa. 1Y" m. nnp.half ,. .iuB aj u 0
?. j a nh.hiv hetter." -noted as a" man who never has
a (L IUDK rejwi "rrr i j. t 4 ..... "t, v vuw v
- ..i.r th.i nnizles Neale is injuries.
how four clubs-Green Bay, Los "He does everything Van Buren
Aneelei San Francisco and Pits- could do -and more," Neale ana ana-3h
3h ana-3h could have by passed lyzes. 'Van 3urean made Irs
Hrown wnen ne w r-t --6'i aim ; ie. yarys a D
than the sixth, pro draft choice in clip. This guy feels that he's been
1956 iuuwwu : loss u ne aoesir
"It's a mystery ; to me,!' says make 15 or" 20 yards; at a dip. ;
w-.i- f h. ??-vpar-o!d 230-pound! "The greatest? Greasv la.mh
fullback who even the most. caused. "Show me somebody better."
tiom t)bse?vers are ie man .who, nas seen mer
"the greates1, since, Jim inorpe. jail obviously, felt he had made hi
"I saw three men trying to- stop i pojnt.
him and he ran I pj
th.m tim e insisted, "he I the i7"
greates'. He'll break all records
in only eight games, and' that
leaves him four more games .n
which lo boost them out of.eve-ry.
body's sighWexcept his own.
Neale isn't critical of. Brown
when he criticized defensive P'.ay
in football today as ."not as good
as it used to be.'
Til have to, aamu inai umjrwcj
Brown benefits somewnai uoin
the weaker defenses as the teams
try stop the passes," he ex-
plains.' "WODoay ever n.
A nwn snvmore. We' used'
tn jend the ends in, in the old!
days,-Now they play a six-man
Una' nrt nun tne ena oacx m
protect against passes. The passer j
gets away.wiiu mumn.,
gad! l wouldn't begin malhema
tical compilation until late in the i
evening. -, i1,"
.'I Thia Af hrttirsa' ...ni 1,.Ja..'," .
with Dr. McGrath. As we. weil
know,1 he is vitally interested, .in .i
"v"v" wvvwvj UU 111! CJClllsJgt f iTt
are spent gazinp; at them. Ahem!
Even bottles wipi five stars on
them hampef'wor at .nighty
Therefore, I am back on tha
Ini, lihl h. 4. tf .....4. -' .HAT Jit ... J.L
uav ciiuL is it were, iuv, amazmi?
.j a 'is j7.,.i
iiiifriawr win knnm ma rtaDiiire i -;
v.vwvfw f I u -uyn U1B aCOWlOii ft."
feel, of star.line concentration. Cia i
411 404 IUD1 UI4IU iAUUUill-r 1U1 ."V ft
iaa game ana mis ls-SDoarenL.
riorjna. i sav uiiuimit fmnvnna.
uon, wiu maui mignty AuDurn,
by 27-64 ; ; J c i ;i ;.? i i
" ',' ; i . jjJ
Ah. hllf that ie nn1 nna nf cawi'
ei ai. ui. iu.cvi.ra in a onsprvtimn.'
Khnw th rarifiarl CtnroAi
will be too heady for Oklahoma )
And Colorado will -emerge a, 28J r
u victor i
Startling? Go on with th reat
of this forecast" or additional
Dar. mouth 15, Yal t
onio Mare it. Northwester 13
Michigan State 15, Wisconsin 14 .. : :-Texas
Texas :-Texas Christian 13, Baylor
North Carolina 14, Tennessee 4 .'v
Purdut 8, Illinois A
Florida 27, Auburn i 1
Colorado 28, Oklahoma 13
California 26, Oregon- Stale 13
Rutgers 20, Delaware 6 ,.
Notr Dam 14 Navy 6 ; -Louisiana
Sta 13, Mississiwi I
Texas 27, Southern Methodist 13
Georgia Tech 20, Duke 13
Cristobal 7, A.C. 6 '
Balboa 13, J.C. 7 ,V
PGA HONORS SMITH
DUNEDIN.lF-afa (UPI) --Hortoa
Smith, two-time Masters, cham
-ion. today was voted into thai
Professional Golfers' "Association
-mi nf vame by i landslide vote.
Harold Sargent, president .of the
ItA. announced that" Smith re received
ceived received 821 votes In, -a nationwide
ill of hivfeljOw PGA' member.
Election to the Hall of Fame is
".ed on 'placing ability.- A' man
iiist be 50 years old or more and
out of active competitioB.''""',v.'. ?
1 For the Best
in news and entertainment
' 840 PANAMA JL 1090 COLON
j-y Eaf Its Gave Bonus i .,j
"When 1 coached the Philade!-
ph'a -Eaglet we paid a $10 bonus
every ime. an end flattened
n-isser, he aoaea. jonnny
fl een, out of Tulsa, used to col collect
lect collect $60 of $70 a week extra by
murdering the passer. But they
drop back "o. cover, the receivers
now end this lets a back like
Brown really, make, hay once he
gets pa s'.. the line of scrimmage.
Tha V r-ot a, rap at Brow.t;
'Neal Insisted."' tA'fr
'After all,'' he observed wryly,
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filled with dust you can buy a new FLOSS FILTER
MATTING for about $1.00 and put it in the frame
' .yourself Xtv ?, ,i"1'tv i
: HOJALATERIA PANAMA, S A
- .'..'..' ..... :Calle 85 v.TranstitmlctL'i...
Tsls.' 3-6122 3-61 23 V
PHILLIPS J' OeeeiwWe Cettae.es
Santa am Pl.ee J.
name I-IIT7 Cristate! a-1678.
gtldwln't furnishee" apartmenra
at Mms-eiara r
j Smith, Gimbol 802
3- Spend your wee.endt at Re
Mar, tha best beaeh in the Re-
. public, with all kinds at eemmo eemmo-"i"f
"i"f eemmo-"i"f ditto. pan day and niht. fha
' tie menagement it at yeur eerv-
A, FOR. SAL!:- Cabin business, bar
end restaurant at momar. .n
'Carlos. Tal J-6is, -ni
.' FOR SALIsCenerete house at
Santa Clara, furnished, reason reason-abla
abla reason-abla price, termt considered, in information
formation information Balboa 4319.
FOR RENT: Gramlieh't Santa
Clara houta, open for Nov. and
Dae.' Make your retervationt
arly. Alto open for inspection to
anyone interested in buyint, in information
formation information Balboa 4319.
:t FOR RENT: Modern chalet,
three bedroomi, two bathrooms,
,1 hot water, maid't room with
! bathroom: Phone 3-3170.
LOST: Tuesday night 28 Oct.,
7 months old Boxer pup, foam
color with whit, markings. RE REWARD,
WARD, REWARD, call Navy Pacific 2482.
- JIM RIDGE
Gibraltar life Ins. Co
for rates and Information
i Tel, Panama 2-055
i AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
! Gtmrnment Employe -
Finance Tour New Of
' ? Used Car
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co,
LOW RATES UP TO J Mo,
on new cars
- No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985 ?
All Types of Auto Insurance
be. air (are, transfer, tours,
and deluxe hotel
leaTe erpvy Tueg. and. FrL
TeL Panama S-16fU y
the first and only
no more burned out tubes
guaranteed for life
work on flashlight batteries
angle of 7o
v only $27.50
l 155 Central Ave.
With built-in Universal
Panam4; i"f Col6n
GRUIIDIG GRU IID1G GRUIIDIG
i'i .,,;r v ,
W Tor ready-packed troly-W-finlpment --there Is
nothlnc better nor more beautiful than the GRUNDIQ
, line of radio-phonographs. Wo haje mor than 15 dif dif-ferent
ferent dif-ferent models In stock- fineeUl CX itrices ayallable. B-
member that GlttiNDlG la made in West Germany by the
n worlds' largest manufacturer of radio-consoles!
-i ; r
FOR RENT: Army Inspected
furnished ana bedroom epert epert-mant,
mant, epert-mant, with kftchinette 4th f
July Ave. .17-18, phana 2-1 140.
FOR RENT: Luxuriantly fer fer-nithad
nithad fer-nithad apartmantt,' dacaratad by
wall known interior decorator.
Rental include! all utilitlat, maid
tervict, talephono and 24r,hour
watchman. Atk at "Arte y Deco Deco-racion"
racion" Deco-racion" ttore- in Edlficio Campo
Alecra on Via Etpana acroaa front
Hotel H Panama Hilton. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-7425. .h' 'Hj.
FOR RENT.- Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment in new house, $80.00 with
utilitiet. Ava. Mexico 69 near
43 rd Street, Bella Vitta. Phone
FOR SALE: Modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedroomi, balcony,
maid't room, hot water, aerate.
Cantrcjo, No. 78, Via Argentina.
$50.00 furnished apartment.
North American neighbors, all
type and price, Tel. 2-3343.
FOR RENT t Modern one-bedroom
apartment, hot water
facilities, laundry conveniences,
garage, etc. New building
"PORTOFlNO'Mn 68th Street,
El Cangreje. Phone 3-6634.
FOR RENT: Riviera Apt. House.
Beautiful two-bedroom apartment
dining, living, kitchen, porch.
. two baths, maid't room and ga garage.
rage. garage. OH 2-4696, 8 to 12 neon.
FOR RENT: Small apartment
with modern conveniencet in
residential section, 50 Street No.
41, Bella Vitta.
FOR RENT: Oficinat Avenide
Balboa S. A.,, corner 32nd Street
and Ave. Balboa, about 29m2,
janitor terviee, night watchman,
gardner, aireondition, light and
water included. Telephone: 3 3-0319,
0319, 3-0319, business hours.
FOR RENT) Camp Alegre.
Exceptional nice furnishee? one
room apartment, near El Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, hot water, call 3-1789.
FOR RENT i test foeaHe) aman
furniihad1 apartment. Clean, tn tn--
- tn-- dependent. Excellent neighbor
. hood. 43rd Street Ho. 1 3.
Boots & Motors
FOR SALE r 14 foot, fibartjlat fibartjlat-;
; fibartjlat-; gad i weed runabout f $125.00,
phone (-114 Gambea, 1
l; with 4-wheel drive
1948 DE SOTO
All This and Credit too atl
v Mxfcfc ii Caiidonis
l j (0) U ) 'j ": v"'''-I
I LLRDO-No 2S B" tfcwei UWMBO"tJjyiSil SERVICE-iRt. TtwU Me. 4 FARMACIA KSTADOS UNIDOS-14S Central Ava. I
I SARMAQ tVxlmi cJntSl HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE, rc.. do U Oasa AvNo. 41 W DOMMbU Ae Aa.
f ARMACIA VAN DER-J18 6t Street No. I a FARMACIA EL BATTJRRO-ar-nj Ltfevro T Street ; tAMlACU ..rtAiS-Vta, FOB At IU OVEDADE
" ATHIS-Bide tha Btlli Viste Thaatra COLON OFFICE! IStk itrert and Ami Gnarnr No. H2L J ,
t II 'in' -!--- I' -- l Kir-"-aaaM I
FOR SALE i 1957 Deluxe Bulck
Century hardtop, 2-deor, 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, steering, radio,
w.t.w. See at Howsahold Ex
change, $1,500,00,' financing
FOR SALE: 1955 Mercury
Monterrey, hardtop convertible.
Good clean car in excellent eon eon-dltion.
dltion. eon-dltion. 5 wtw tires almost new,
radio. Panama 2-0553, 3-0024,
FOR SALE: 1951 Ford four
door: tedan, .with radie Custom
Deluxe. Lest than 6500 miles on
it. Will trade on small car. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent electric typewriter, 1.B.M
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 1950 2
door sedan, $250.00, Call Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa 6-578,.- -.'V ;,.
FOR SALE: 1957 Morris
"1,000" traveler In excellent
condition, v r y economical.
Phone, Balboa 2871. v'
FOR SALE Ford V-8 1951,
good Condition four doors. Call
Tal. 2-253 1 Balboa from 7:30
a.m. to 5:00 p.m. or apply No,
0844 Gavilan Road. v
FOR SALE: 1956 Dodge with
wtlret and extras. Call Balboa
Rain Doesn't Hurt
Isthmian Sports Gar,
Club's Time Trials
Rain dampened the day but not
the spinti of participants at the
Isthmian sports car club's time
trials last Sunday, The time trials
were held' at the club's track at
Pacora. The event was run in I.S.-
C.C. classes again. Class G; Class
F, and glass 1600 cc ana over.
Bill Henderson wun his corvette
te was a newcomer to the events
and is trying to familiarize him
self with tha course. .
Paul Elia had his new Austin
Healey out there. Paul has only
had the car about two weeks.
Times for Bill and Paul did not
count officially as both drivers
were trying to familiarize them
selves with track and cars. L.
Results of the time (trials are
Dick Seeley, Karmen Ghiat S
min. 57 sec.
Bill Brown, VW: 5 min.
Mike Brians, VW; 4 min. 8 see-
Bud Weishaar, MGTC, min.
Frank Kremser, MGTD; 4 min.
Hugh Priest MGA; S min. 50 sec.
T.J. Kelly, MGA; 5 min. 02.4 see.
Frank Young MGA; 4 min. 11 s.
Mrs. Eddy MGA Coupe; 8 min.
3 sec...- v
Bill Henderson Corvette; 4 min.
110. sec. '.-fe'.
Paul Elia, Austin Healey! I n.
Mrs. Nessler Chevrolet, I min.
18 sec. -a i.v
lACCUSED OW ATTACKS j
BELGRADE (UPI) The govr
ernment nespaper Borba today
charged ; Moscow and its East
European satellites had broadcast
more than 700 attacks against
I Yugoslavia wiimn tne past live
months. It said Moscow radio
lalone "broadcasting in Russian
I and Yugoslav1 languages emitted
over 250 typewritten pages of anti-
lYugoslav material." Attack's also
I were made by the official radios
I of Albania, Bulgaria, Czechoslo
vakia, Hungary and Romania.
8-12 A 2-6 Week day
8 to .12 Saturdayt
. AH Work
FOR SALE Apex washing ma-'
chine wringer-type $35. House
213-A, Tel. Balboa 4484. v'
"FOR SALE-Foam rubber, plat
' tic upholstered, comfortable con'
,tour ; lounge, chair.' 3 tables to
i match,"' all Very modem, made ''
by Herat, also 3 table lamps.
i Call mornings 3-3268, after--
noon -and evenings 2-3438.
FOR SALE: Full tixe gat range
2 mo. eld,'; perfect condition, :
$125.00, phone 3-4169. 149
Via Porrat, Apt. No. 2. f,
FOR SALEi Refrigerator 13
' cu. 1 ft,.' excellent condition, 60
. cycle. ,$250.00. No. 43, Cello
95, San Francisco. 1 ,r
; : services
We repair in your home
we don't pretend to guarantee
ewr work; We guarantee it
PHONE THE EXPERTS;
. CRAWFORD AGENCIES
Tivoll Avenue Noj 18-20
Complete, lasting repairs. All
makes of TV, Hi-Fi, transmitters,
Ellis Williams and Alfente Shirley
Protect your heme and proper
ty against insect damage.
Prompt aciantif ie treatment on
emergency or- monthly budget
' batit. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 er Colon 1777.
Prompt aervice .,......,..
Fair prices ...............
Boston Taehn,ieiant .
30 Vart In electronics
C MONTHS GUARANTEE ON
PARTS INSTALLED. Atk for MR.
TY Panama 2-8
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUYh-Gm stove
extra large oven,: Phone Penaaaa
.2-5491, 7 a.m. to litO p.m.'
Pilot Tells Under Hypnosis
Airline Crash Was His Fault
CHICAGO (UPD Att airline
pilots deep in a -hypnotic trance,
revealed that he was 'to blame for
a major plane crash because he
did not understand his instru.
ments. V ':- ',
The same pilot rejected a doc
tor's warning that he was afraid
of heights and should five up fly
Bg. :'.:"" ' :
. A few months later, he was at
the controls of a plane with 80
nersons aboard which crasnen
The pilot and all his passengers
The strange and dramatis Jour Journey
ney Journey into the pilot's subconscious
was revealed for the first time
yesterday by Dr. Bernard B.
Raginsky of Montreal, Canada,
the president of the Society, for
Clinical and Experimental Hypno Hypnosis
sis Hypnosis and past president of the
American Academy of Psychoso
matic Medicine, s-
, Ragihsky'a tapt reeordingt of
what nannened when ne twice put
the oilot under hvonosis have be
come the scientific sensation ot
the. society's : convention, which
. The Canadian, regarded as the
father of contemporary hypnosis
in North America, refused to- re
veal the 'identity of me veiern
oilot. He also refused to name the
airlines involved or -wnere wt two
crashs occurred,; except to. say
that they happened out twa con continent.
tinent. continent. aX0 biti. i".jf: ; ;
The Tiilot was ;,iinble: to recall
the details, ef the first crash until
HacrinaW "unlit him off undel
hypnotism ; The pilot then (bought
he saw nimaeix as -anotner
pilot" in the moments before tne
crash. He realized that the ''other
nilnt" wn in trouble because he
did not understand the workings
of a new ammeter,! '''
The olane crashed while maK-
ing n approach to an airport. It
came in 600 feet toe low; crashed
throuffh trees., and' rolled over
vrhon it hit td CTOUnd.
. Everybody aboard escaped oe
fore the plane burst into flames
Th pauaa of the crash was at
tributed to t "fatigue v and lack ol
alertness" by the pilot.) Tne- puot;
worried about "Ml '.partial', amnesia
niiffhf naJUll llolo.v .!(. I'. V-V.
The first time Raginsky put the
pilot under ; vhyonotiir be still
would not talk of the crash. But
when Raginsky ; "split vf the
n'Mt'a rronalit.' he wa abl to
tell what happenel.for tha first
Speaking of the 'other pilot."
tha airman said, "he is -do ng
nmsthino wrnnif. He is starinc
at his instrumenti. He is doing it
correctly but he- Is doing .it in in-Correctlv
Correctlv in-Correctlv because what he la
rlnin Vi thinkt he is doing right.
. "He went, below. 1,600 feet, but
he had to. ;He Just kept ; going
down. But . he y. should,, have
sioppea.' i) a--:: 1 V- Yv.f
Pjointlr ;nnrted the .: Pilot S
ihlrt wai loaked with, aweat by
FOR SALE Bids accepted Mar.
Ine Corps x Exchange Redman,
; C.I. for 952 Ford panel truck
'until 3 November. Truck may be
teen and bid submitted by any
person er organisation C. Z. or
Panama.' Exchange reserves right
to reiect eny bid. Navy 3692.'
FOR SALE -Sectional aofa, .11
' ft.- Hotpoint refrigerator,', water
heater, baby crib, all good con-;
dition. Owner transferred,' Call
3r-6490. i -, t u :
FOR SALE: Bargain Hi-Fi RCA
v tape recorder, 3 speakers, remote
control, accessories, Phong 3-
s,,7744(1 Panaml 7 a.m. 5 p.mJ
FOR SALE: White cyprua fence
with laundry enclosure, $50.00
aeenat'1536'-B, Mange- Street.
Call 2-3687 after 4 p.m.
CHRISTMAS CARDS :
The largaat and finest attortmant 1
with Views of Panama and the
Canal Zone, with Greetinia in
English : and Spanish and aavenl
i. ... ii 1 i
""".; v .. i v. v.j fj
Wholeaale and Retail Cards
from 5a. te 25c. We hay been
supplying Panama and the Canal t
Zone lot over 25 years with these
popular Cards and new view and
designs every jraar.;, v
, fOTO Ft ATA O
' PA HJA M A" 1
Via Porrat 95 Tel. Panama
FOR SALE s Id months eld
white' filly. May be teen at Pad Pad-tit
tit Pad-tit Saddle ClHh, Padre Mifuel.
No reasonable offer refuted. Call
2-1639 after 5:00 p.m...
FOR SALE:- Mahooany chest of
drawersj made by Cewea, mahe mahe-tany
tany mahe-tany deik-dretting table, com :
bination with 6 large drawers.
Tel. Balboa 2494i
OUSTANDING SELECTION OP
BEAUTIFUL AND EXOTIC U. S,
'AND EUROPEAN CHRISTMAS
AND LIGHTS. IDEAL FOR
HOMES, STORES, CLUBS AND
ORGANIZATIONS, AT BUDGET
AMERICAN SUPPLY CfJ" ST.
13-06. v l" k
this time and heavy bedas of pep
piration stood out on his. face.
Suddenly, he was no longer talk
ne. about the ."other oilot" but
apout mmseii. 1
"I didn't admit It because if 1
admitted it it would be like 1
didn't know what I was doing,"
ne aia. "i didn't want to admit
that I did not know about ; the
altitude. You see, when I first be began
gan began to use the instrument me
altimeter) I wasn't the first one
having-, trouble with it uiu
pilots are a .pretty proud bunch
ana i guess i was no less."
He ? told- how-be bad been
"checked out" on the altimeter
only two weeks before the crash.
but the instructor "didn't know
how I interpreted the instrument
But I didn't want to admit to him
I didn't know the instantaneous
way of knowing you were right or
icrt or uose locauziers. j iyt
Spain's Falange v
MADRID (UPI) The once.
powerful Falange Party yester yesterday
day yesterday observed the ,25th anniversary
of tits founding by Jose Antonio
Primo de Rivera under the watch watchful
ful watchful eyes of armed police detail-
ments. ? y;,
Last year, hard-core Falants
demonstrated aeainst Generalis
simo Francisco Franco's plans for
me evemuat restorauon -of .the
No incident marred the main
ceremonies yesterday in a;. mid-
town theater, attended by top
leaaers oi ine party, including
uve caouiev ministers.' ine cere ceremony
mony ceremony was highlighted by the tr.
ditional reading of the speech de
nvered ; in 1933 ,hy: primoa de
Rivera. .;.;..; v,'v :. M;4
Date Set fA
Sho Japanese :
ITRAWA Japan UP1) : The
Urawa District Court has set Nov.
H as the opening date for the
first hearing in the trial of U. S
Airman 3-C :; Peter ; E, Longpre,
who is charged With accidentally
snooting ,-a Japanese ; music ,. stu
The date was agreed iionn vet
terdav-by District Court officials.
Japanese prosecutors and Long
ore's legal counsel. !.
; Longpre, 19, of Lakewood, Calif.,
was indicted earlier .this month
on charges of "gross .negligence
leading to death." A conviction of
the charge carries a maximum
sentence of three yean in prison.
FOR SALEtr-Lets 500 and t.000 t
maten, in the Nuave Hipidrem i
Urbanization, across the Ramon '.
Racetrack., All lota with atreet
: fronts.' aewage, water main pnd
electricity. Call W. McBarnett.
Argentina Resume :
Diplomatic Ties; ;
BUENOS AIRES. Oct 30 (UPD
Argentina and the Dominican
Republic have resumed diplo
matic relations, and informed
sources here predict ousted Ar Argentine
gentine Argentine ex-President Juan D.
Peron will soon have to resume
his travejs. .v ,
Brief.1 communiques published
here; and in Ciudad Trul'Ho last
night announced that relations
up L liouseke5.;in in thai Doml
nican Republic, .have been re renewed
newed renewed in the interests of Inter-
American unity. v , 1 ;
i The official 'announcements
made no mention of Peron, but
informed sonrcas here said Ar Argentina
gentina Argentina must have made 1 his
oepanuje; .from the Caribbean
.wnm cor.3rii.n, xor : ne, re
sumption 'of re.at ions. "v
Hven before- the renewal,' of
relations ..was annpunced, 't had
been rumored here that the de deposed
posed deposed dictator would soon have
10 icave ior jsurope if he can
find arty country there which
will harbor him, 1
Re'lable sources said Peronist
agents had already sounded out
tne governntents of Brazil, Bo Bolivia
livia Bolivia and t Paraguay, seeking a
haven for their refugee chief
in tne western hemisphere,: and
had been refused. "
v Spain, Italy or flwitwrland,
the European' countries where
Peion would' like, best fo'live,
also are reluctant to grant him
a resiaenca permit,, these re
ports' aid. j ,x
On Hew Tax Forms
i WASHINGTON (UPIWThln
ternal Revenue Service has taken
out the controversial "expense ac
count line", from 1958 income tax
returns and added two new lines
in its place.' i r
'They, ask if tha taxoaver was
reimbursed, by his employer for
.expenses and, If so. whether, he
gave tne boss an itemized account
ing ot tne outlays. a ,v
There is no change In- tha rule,
made final in August, that tax
payers who give their employers
an itemized expense account and
collect' nly as much as they
spend oo not nave to give an ac-
counung 10 tne revenue service.
Persons who do not submit a
detailed "reckoning to their em employers,
ployers, employers, and the self employed,
must itemize expenses and reim reimbursement
bursement reimbursement on; the tkx return.,,.
The tax service feels the new ar arrangement
rangement arrangement ? will make -filing a
return easier for taxpapert who
square their: expenses ,with their
There are two exceptions to the
new rule. Taxpapers who receive
reimbursements -that exceed fheir
actual expenses must list the dif
ference as taxable income, but
don't have to -give details. 'Those
who claim deductions on grounds
that their expenses exceeded their
reimbursements must; Itemize all
outlays and expense money fr
M t thiii ' ' ; H wiPi'ffx
m J 5 I .:. I"! M !"'
vjiuiiu Jury viuu'
SEVIERVTLLe'. Tenn. .UPIJ-
The? Seviet iCountyf grand Jury
veaterdav refused to indict a 33-
vesr.oid mountain-, oreacner tor
contributinff to the delinauencv of
f- The Jury .returned1 a no-true bill
for Georee Washineton Rollins,
He stiu faces non-support cnrges
brought by his; ex it wife : and the
mother ; hit fiv i children ij;". ij;".-A
A ij;".-A !'.f i.'.'i, il .;.1.l-.,.'."-,:;,:.-,"A''a"';.v
Rollini was r initially charged
with kidnaping i Frieda, Ogle after
he took her to Georgia in a vain
attempt to 1 get m r r, 1 e d, The
charge was reduced st a prelim preliminary
inary preliminary i hearing when Frieda said
she accompanied : the;; minister
willingly.' ,l?tf- M;
(ii 'iiriii'iii mil ii mi if n.,ii., ;-;'(;, jl
said 1 a s t n 1 g h t in a home
broadcast that the word "drunk" "drunk"-must
must "drunk"-must and will be erased from the
Russian vocabulary. The broad broadcast:
cast: broadcast: Allowed i- up y recent pro pronouncements
nouncements pronouncements by Soviet Premier
Nikita S. Khrushchev against the
vile el ; heavri.Ainking. .
h Wanted smooth tires, suitable for
j, reconttructien. Reeonstructera
. Nacional. Pare Avenue 7,
WANTID Responsible aecond ;
maid te live in. Mutt, like chil children,
dren, children, tome cooking and general
housework. Interviews merninga
: only. Bring referencea. 0202-B I
Harrick Road. Ancan. '
WANTED: Experienced maid
Arboii Bldg. Apt. 6. 5th St. Co Colon,
lon, Colon, t i a r 1
United, States; Plans
If Russia .Refuses
Chief John "A. McCone said
yesterday the United States will
follow tnroueh 1 swiftly with new
nuclear weapons tests if the Rus Russians
sians Russians refuse lo accept -the West's
bid for one-year suspension start start-inc
inc start-inc Friday.
Mccone made clear at his first
news conference since being ap
pointed cnairman ot tne Atomic
Energy -.Commission'' that this
country will stop tests Friday,
UJS.t British and Russian repres
entatives are scneauieo te eegin
negotiations at Geneva men on a
nnssibie permanent test ban;'"-
Rut. hi xA "it ? would 'not be
long" before this country resumes
weapons experiments il the Rus Russians
sians Russians refuse to go along with the
U.S.-Bntish nrooosal ior a -12-
monthr suspension while negotia-
uons conuaua, .,
( u v f
sr4i W i t WJ, if i W It CI f
" Rt(ssia has; declared its' inten
tion to continue nuciear weapons
tests .until it has matched the to
tal staeed by the United States
and "Briain since the Soviet
Union announced a unilateral
aiisnenainn last March 31. s
American scienusts in jNevaaa,
meantime, fired further test shots
in a race to beat the 'proposed
Friday deadline. They exploded
two yesterday morning.
U.S. officials- still' held -some
hope-, the' Soviet Union -Bright
cnange- us minu uu ottc iuc
West's juspension proposal. While
not overly optimistic; they-' felt
Ttuaaia mifht tuSDehd "-lestina
Oct, 31 without binding itself to
any formal-agreement, ; Thil hope
was based on past Soviet actions.
which Secretary:-, f '"-state joon
Foster Duller hat, described as
"unpredictaDie. i. j-.a .,
McCone toldnewsmen, fc"lhU
pmuitrv eottld nrbfitably continue
testing to perfect small clean
hydrogen bombs for tactical and
defense purposes. ;
The 'fawn tot- Angelei'radus'-
trialist,, said" U.S. scientists feel
fhev nn know: now to maae sucn
Weapons but would not be able to
prove them witnoui tests e eaia
. : foot iiinonsinn rnuld "delaV i, or
a test suspension could. "delay-or
prevent" their perfection.1
v vf oPimi. a erepd with Secretary
nf S ate John Foster-Dulles that
the Russians decided to resume
testing because they -learned they
are-- far- behind thia country 'in
She ;Was. Bought,:;
Sold By Tunisian
-.PARIS l(UPli Two- men have
been arrested on charges, of "buy "buying
ing "buying and selling" a pretty French Frenchwoman
woman Frenchwoman lor ,. fl,2W,' police disclosed
today tvhW'iS'is & iyWfffc
s They lad w they were holcung
Jean GodeaU and Abdel Maiid At-
touch!, I a -Tunisian, on charges
orougnt kf oy wewmwi
Joiheaufejr Wt1 mf'' mf''-.
. mf''-. According to -her story Yvett?
quit f her: j job aJ barmaid, ;m
Bordeaurf; land ent twa' with
She said he odk her W Roches
fort and then ; kept he (prisoner
there at a har. She fled after I
few day i ; ind told ; heritory 'to
skeptical police ; wno aqvisen ner
f But. she said.lbefore she 'Could
i)o bck to police, she! was caught
and beaten by? tgrouo olithugs
.! than "mnlA" tA fjulllll tar
' Sha said Godeau took' her i to
Prii ,and forced het to work as
a .prdstitute y -untu f she escaped
again ana wem to me pouce,
ice In Mexico
j. inomDson. ais-year-viu vnu-
ian known as "the nrosoector".
was questioned i yesterday oy
teoerat secret; service lnvesuga'
tors in the murder of a prominent
FlnrlHa nnmart here laSt mon.h.
Thompson, said to have i -Yaqui
Indian wife, was arrested on sus
piclon of murdering Mrs. Harriet
Ann Hicks, 32, an interior deco decorator
rator decorator of Coral -Galbes -and Mi-
Police taid Thomoson bad been
Identified, by.' other American ahd
Canadian women as the man who
tried to assault them in the past
srrt srvp atrents said
Thompson was well known by the
police here ana usea.to db e, e
quent visitor to the jwankiest ho hotels
tels hotels 'and nieht clubs.-! It! was; .-un
derstood that Thompson also was
wsnted in the United. Staves ana
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12 Coal Miners Trapped For 6 Days
SPRINCH1LL, N. S., Oct 30 (UPI) Twelv men, trapped more than eix dayt dayt-dee'p
dee'p dayt-dee'p inside a shattered coal mine, crawled early today from the black vault whex.
-they were found by a group of never-say-di e rescue workers seeking 69 missing men.
The first pf the 12 rescued men was brought from the mine at 2:20 a.m.. 12
hours and 35 minutes after the grim-faced Rescuers first made contact with the trap-,
ped group two-and-a-half miles from the en trance of the mine. v
He was carried out on a stretcher, w rapped in a; blanket, and whisked into an
ambulance waiting about six feet from th e mine entrance. As soon as he was placed
Inside, the ambulance rushed him to. a hospital.1 ;
It was almost like a return
Irom the dead.
. Even the rescue crews had
tlven up all but the last vestige
of hope that any of, the missing
men would be found alive after
the cave-in thundered tons of
rock and earth Into the passage passageways
ways passageways of the mine,
The first man out was Gor Gor-ley
ley Gor-ley Kempt, whose -voice was
the first heard byh 'escueJ"
through a pipe that pierced 60
Explosion Sel Oil
ATOMIC TEST SITE, NeV., Oct.
80 (UPDThe most powerful ar artificial
tificial artificial underground explosion in
world history violent rocked a
lonely desert mesa today as at.
cmic scientists detonated p"
ghima"-sized device 850 feet be be-teath
teath be-teath the earth's surface.
The device, dubbed "'Blanca,"
Wasted the core of the mesa from
Its cavern below ground at the
end of a &,000foot tunnel. It dis dis-lodged
lodged dis-lodged millions of tons of rock
..j j.,. .ci.intists raced the
dock to meet a; p roposed test
deadline of 4 p.m, f -""X
c.uniid. iataH Rlanca.- which
telinquished it devastatjng might,
tihrnuch nuclear fissioriiat :T--27
was equal to 20.000 tons of tjni.
" rt. kvn nttMalv said it '- Was
the largest manmade underground
explosion ever we iiw-..
An atomic bomb with the same
mini' rating leveled the Ci-
Nr Hiroshima. Japan,, during
World War. II, leaving, 78,150 dead
and bringing that country's sur surrender
render surrender a, week .later.'
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feet of rubble Into the tomb.f T
like pocket where the XX were,
tranned. '. .Vvl
Come ind ret us. for God's ,'
sake," the faint voice Si4.pi
It was 1:45 p,m; when the jea.
cuers heard Kempt Bpeak,"-.
Ten hours later, working; pa patiently
tiently patiently but cautiously in lear of
new cave-Ins, the rescuers pierc pierced
ed pierced through the rubble and
reached the trapped men.
The grimy-faced prisoners,
weak from lack of food and wa water,
ter, water, were brought one by one be beyond
yond beyond the; rescue face..
They were treated by a doc doctor
tor doctor who gve them Oxygen, food
and water, ;
Rout Cuban Troops
In Orienle Fracas
. HAVANA (UPD-Rebel women
rnmma ndos foueht a five-hoar
pitched, battle wiih government
soldiers last night, killing, eleven,
wounding six and taking six others
prisoner, the reDei raoio repon'
The women fighters displayed
"amazinii courage" m tneir ursi
appearance in Cuba's rebellion,
th raHin said, and finally forced
the government iroops to with withdraw
draw withdraw leavine thek casualties be
hind them on the field of battle
On the outskirts of Holguin a
The radio identified the femir
nine commandos as the "Marina
Grajales" unit and said it ws
commanded by Dr. Isabel Riego,
a physician. i r-
The radio admitted twd rebel
casualties but did not say wheth whether
er whether they were male or female.;
The Cuban army, meanwhile
swore in an additional 2,000 re recruits
cruits recruits as. the rebels prepared for
a supreme effort to paralyze land
transport throughout Cuba ,to
block successful balloting in gen general
eral general elections scheduled; for next
The temoo of rebel sabotage
was stepped up ahd the rebels
renewed their warnings that any
motorists traveling on any or me
island's highways after Thursday
would do so at his own risk.
Land traffic must be halted "ht
all costs" between Oct. 30 and
Nov. 6, the rebels told their fol followers.
lowers. followers. 1
Minor skirmishes were report
ed at a number of places through throughout
out throughout the island as government
forces tried to keep, reoei sbdo
teurs in check. j
President Fulgencio Batista
from the balcony of his summer
home at Camp Columbia, the Cu
ban army's headquarters, per personally
sonally personally witnessed he induction
ceremonieS for 1,500 recruiU. An Another
other Another 500 were sworn iff in simi similar
lar similar ceremonies at Cabana fortress
at the entrance to Havana har harbor.
bor. harbor. The ceremonies were wit witnessed
nessed witnessed by military attaches from
the United States, Venezuela,
Haiti and the Dominican Repub Republic.
lic. Republic. .:, 'A?-'1' ',
, maatarpiaea of ucHammt
from tha matter of terror
ANDREW L STONE
I WSm MASON
Then one by one they were put
aboard a "mke" a trolley-Uke
machine that runs up and down
tne mine snmu
, Some 300 persona were crowd crowded
ed crowded around the pithead as the
rescued men began emerging.
There were a few cheers as the
first man came out;
Israel To DisaHov
JERUSALEM, Israel (UPI)
Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion
said today Israel "will not allow
any foreign army" to occupy
western Jordan if King Hussein js
overthrown. ; v
Ben-Gurion's warning came in a
statement in the Knesset (Parlia (Parliament)
ment) (Parliament) in reply to demands from
deputies for amplification of views
he expressed recently in an Lon London
don London newspaper interview.
He refused to divulge his plans
for Israeli policy in the event of
a change in the Jordan regime
following the withdrawal of Brit British
ish British troops.
Britain now is withdrawing its
paratroopers and ground forces
from Jordan. The troops were
moved in during July to help
shore up Hussein's shaky regime,
(In Cairo; army spokesmen to
day denied reports the armed
forces of the United Arab Repub
lic had been mobilized as a prr
cautionary measure against a pos
sible Israeli attack on Jordan
when the British troop withdrawal
is comp'e ed.)
Ben Gunon informed Parlia
ment he told the correspondent of
the London Sunday Times "what
we'd like others (the -United Na
tions) to do" in the event of a
change in the Jordanian regime.
"But I did not say what we ll
do and 1 1 won't say now,'.'; he
He said that he is not a pro
phet but that "there is reason to
be concerned about (U.A.R. Pre
sident Gamal Abdel) Nasser s de
A spokesman for the opposition
Herut Party ., charged the Ben-
Gurion interview impued inaction
on the part oc Israel and
amounted to an open invitation to(
Nasser to take over Jordan.
FRII TO TRAVEL
AMMAN, Jordan (UPI) Amer Americans
icans Americans today were free to travel
to Jerusalem and Bethlehem, two
Jordanian cities declared ofi-nm
its by the U. S, State Depart
ment after the Iraqi coup d etat
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PANAMANIAN. DOCTOR Dri Isinay Henry assists in emergency
operation at Lonu Linda Sanitarium- in California. Others In
photo are, left to right, Doctors Carl r. Cody, Norman Baugh-
man and Hsien-ming Meng.
Stepped-Up Childhood Dream Comes
True For Girl Born In Rib Abajo
v A long chapter. In. the life of the
remarkable Henry family of sub suburban
urban suburban Panama City ended on
June 8, when Mr. and Mrs. Clif Clifford
ford Clifford J. Henry watched their
daughter -Dr.'Ismay E. Henry Henry-graduate
graduate Henry-graduate from, the College of 'Me 'Medical
dical 'Medical Evangelists at Loma Linda,
f While Dr. Henry's story is one
Of personal devotion and persever perseverance
ance perseverance to a dream held since child childhood,
hood, childhood, it is really a tale of tender
devotion and sacrifice by-the par parent
ent parent 'and three children who each
sought a goal and accomplished, it
by co m munal effort.
Born of Methodist parents who
fmm British Jamaica in the
West Indies, Dn Henry spent her
childhood in the Kio Aoajo suDuro
five miles from Panama City.
She went to .school there, and
learned Panama's native tongue,
Spanish, in addition, to tne ian ian-mi
mi ian-mi a ere of her parents. At nine, she
became absorbed in a dream to
be a hurse and help tconquer the
shortaee of medical att e n 1 1 1 o n
needed by her countrymen.
Althoush She enimM nr
.ultimate eeal te that iMeomlna
a mtdieal doctor, Dr.Henry re retains
tains retains her original purpose et re-!
turning to Panama to sat up a
When she was 17, the dark-eyed,
pnnner skinned young woman
wnt trt the United States to study
at Pacific Union College at Ang-
win, TJal., hear Napa. sne graouai graouai-t
t graouai-t with a maior in biology and a
minor in chemistry.' and returned
to Panama where she entered the
innri medical class- of the Univ
ersity of Panama'! College of Me
Shu tudled for two years there,
but soon ran; into a conflict. Ear Early
ly Early in her life she became a sincere
member oi wie aevenin uay u u-ventists,
ventists, u-ventists, which hold Saturday as
the Sabbath -Day and prohibits
studying on that day ,
For two years she labored mak making
ing making up 'classes and atudy time
missed each week on, Saturday,
until future course work1 made her
continuance there impractical
Fnr the second time she applied
for admission to the- College of
T FREDERICK LOEWE
r.'Wit '.'4 ''
, r.- ..U'. '
Medical Evangelists at Loma Lin
da. and was accepted. : She came
as a sophomore in 1955. finished
her degree at 27 years of age.
Since their three children were
born, Mr.' and Mrs. Henry have
patiently laid aside funds from
iv modest, income to send their
children to school in the Umted
States, i A son is now a musician
and graduate of Drake University
Dr. Henry's sister is a graduate
nurse now working in JLos Angeles.
With the funds saved, by the par
ents and with help from her sister
lr. Henry worked her way
through medical t school toward
"I was always an average
Student," Dr. Henry said, "not
at tha top, not at the bottom."
But parseveranea counts and to today
day today she starts another chapter
In her long sought career, t
She will intern at Loma Lin4
da s Hospital and sanitarium. She
plana, to study to be a general
practitioner of medicine for a year
probably in Los Angeles, then take
two years residency In pediatries.
At some date in the future, she
hopes to be married to another
Panamanian student studying me
dicine in the Umted States. Toget Together
her Together they will return to Panama
and make their home. Dr. Henry
likes the' United States, parti
cularly Southern California. ""But
Panama is my vlove, my home"
she said softly, "and l wiil return
there, I nope by 1961"..
Says Commies May
Use Subs, Warships
TAIPEI, Formosa, Oct. 30
(UPI) Adm. Liang Hsu chao
commander of the Chinese Nation
alist navy, said today the Com Communists
munists Communists mav soon send large war
shins and submarines into the For
mosa straits to attack Nationalist
Liane. in a con era tula torv mes
sage to naval personnel credited
with meritorious service in the
Ouemov area, said the Red navy
m'ay open a second stage in the
Offshore island fighting witn sneaa
attacks from larger naval vessels,
The Communist Chinese are not
known to be operating submarines
or warships larger than frigates,
patrol craft and torpedo boats in
the ,100-mile-wide straits between
Formosa and the mainland. How:
ever Svoiet Russia is reported to
have; given Peiping larger ships.
Civihan authorities on Quemoy
reported that 99 civilians have
been killed in the Communist bom bombardments
bardments bombardments that started Aug. 24.
They said 252 civilians have been
wounded, 96 seriously. Military ca casualties
sualties casualties were not announced.
' Red saturation bombardments
destroyed 2,682 houses and build buildings
ings buildings on the 14 islands In the Que Quemoy
moy Quemoy complex end damaged 2,489
others, the announcements said.
For Joseph Du Vail 3
Sel For Tomorrow ; 1
Memorial services for Joseph
W.i Du Vail, retired Canal em employe,
ploye, employe, will be held' tomorrow
afternoon at z o ciock at. m. Anr
drew's Church In CocolJJ .The
services will be conducted by
the Rev, William W, Baldwin,
Mr. Du Vail,, a native of
Ozark, v Ohio,, died yesterday
morning at Oorgas Hospital
following-' an Illness of several
months. He was well known in
the Canal Zone having made
his home' on 1 the Isthmus for
the past 40 years, .'''
4 t til f
.1 is survived by his wife;
two sons, Robert and John A.;
a i daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Ben Benny;
ny; Benny; and four grandchildren, all
of whom live in the Canal Zone,
The family has requested
that no flowers be sent. They
have suggested, that those; de desiring
siring desiring to send flowers may send
a contribution to the Bella Vis
t children's Home,
VATICAN CITY.'CHit. 30 (UPI)
PoDe John XXIII. Bitting, on
a throne before Michelangelo'a
fresco of the Final Judgment.
today received -the thjrd obei
sance of the cardinals wno two
days ago elected him to the
Highest post in Christendom.
One by one, scarlet-robed
princes" of the church kneeled
to kiss 'his hand and the rim
of his white robe in the Slstine
Qhapel :"whichhe' entered. :,on
Saturday as Angelo Giuseppe
Cardinal Roncalli, their equal.
cnurcb sources said 49 car
dinals were present. The press
and general nubile were exclud
ed from the private ceremony;
Tne f ds-minute ceremony
was the last of three "adora-
tions". .required by- age-old
church law to symbolize' the
cardinals' loyalty to their" new
Attending the '"ceremony to
days church sources '.said, -were
48 of the SO cardinals Who vot voted
ed voted in the conclave, plus Mons.
Alberto Dl Jorlo whom the Pone
decided to raise. to-the purple
in the first act of his reign.
excused irom attendlnn were
Chinese Cardinal Thomas 'Tien
Ken-sm, stjlll bedridden follow following
ing following a two-month-old car acci
dent, and 86-year-old Elia fJar-
amai uaua Cosfaiof Florence.
ilegroex Lose Fiohl
To Move Boundaries
Of Alabama town
MONTGOMERY.' Ala. fTJPnA
leaerai judgfe today upheld Ala Ala-bama's
bama's Ala-bama's right '"to pass' legislation
rearranein? itv hnnnrlarip.
gardless of motives,' throwing
om a ,suii oy -iusKegee,. Aia.vf lNe-
groes seeKing xo nave a gerry
mandering act declared invalid.
' Twelve Tuskeee Nesroes had
filed ,su't in U. S. district court
against the 1957 law which gerry gerrymandered
mandered gerrymandered all but a handful ) of
Negro Yoters out of the city, lim limits.
its. limits. J -Judge
Frank M, Johnson wrote
that the court had no authority to
declare the- act. invalid "after
measuring any yardstick made
known by the Constitution of the
United States. 1 - j
,"The court has : no; power to
change the boundaries of a muni municipality,"
cipality," municipality," the judge wrote in a
six page, opinion.,. "The. law ss
clear regardless, of motives under underlying
lying underlying the enactment oV the law
and regardless' of the consequent
ces of the act regarding the plain plaintiff's
tiff's plaintiff's right to vote 'in municipal
elections is concerned."
'Fred Gray, Negro attorney. re representing
presenting representing the plaintiffs, said "aft "after
er "after the announcement,- "I feel con confident
fident confident that ihis will he appealed
to the Circuit Court of Appeals."
STRONG MEN WITH
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3 American Scientists Get I
Nobel r Prize For Medicine 1 i
. STOCKHOLM, Oct. 30 (CPI)-The staff of Sweden's" me'dicaC
research center, the Karolinska Institute, today awarded the 195S? -Nobel
Prize for, medicine jointly to three American scientists for-
their, pioneer.-work in genetics.'- f ,t '. ';
, ; One half of the $419,322 award wUl g to George Wells Beadier
professor at the Kerckhoff laboratories of biology, Pasadena, CalZ a
and Edward Lawric latum, professor at the Rockefeller Institute? t
New York, for their discovery "that genes act by regulating det
finite ch'mka.1 events." ,. r - 5 i:
' The other half of the prize goes to Joshua Lederberr. nrofei-t
sor at ; the University of, Wisconsin, for his discoveries eoAcerninr v
genetic recombination and -the organisation of the genetic jna& -eriai
of bacteria."' r ,.
Beadle and .Tatum. uslns; so" reconsMHnr i ..i.i
called red bread moldj confirm- f
ed that genes control enzymes
and enzymes control the chem chemistry
istry chemistry of life-; j; ;-
Their discovery aave science
the first' clue as to how genes
which 'transmit heredity in
plant and animal reproduction
actually work. Their discovery
now .forms: part "of the. founda foundation
tion foundation of modern genetics
" 't H 4,1 -,
1 Lederberg and his co-workers
at :: theUniversity of Wisconsin
discovered that .bits of genetic
material,; introduced into the
body tf bacteria,'' wilj be accept-
ed by the baqterla and. combined
with its -own.lntG .rnew- type.
This process is termed "trans "trans-d
d "trans-d uction"--one form of recombin-
Meanwhile the Western world
rallied to the side of Russia's
nonconformist h writer Boris
Pasternak who yesterday was
forced to reject the Nobel Prize
, for literature hy hls angry got
eminent, a--, f tf'
i' K xt V f i,'
The Swedish academy, which
selected ""him i forf the -world's
highest literary accolade,' sched scheduled
uled scheduled a meetlne later today.. -It
was" believed likely to ask the
Swedish foreign office to inter
vene on Pasternak's behalf.
Secretary of state John Foster
IXuies said the forced yenuncia
tlon showed that Communism
demands -' conformity ; in both
deed and thoughts
Norway announced" It' was
Dieffo Tello. 41-Ecuadorian was
fihed $10 by Judge John E. Dem Dem-jlng
jlng Dem-jlng at Balboa Magistrates Court
today tor operating a trucx on me
Gaillard Highway with a defective
hand-brake. t 4
1 4v.-, av," r ; '.T
"The same "fine was imposed, on
Jorge Fuente 32. Panamanian who
drove on Tlvoli Avenue without an
charged 'with having no i Canal
operator's license," He was also
Zone certificate of inspection on his
vehicle, but' the judge suspended
imposition of sentence for six
months on condition that. Fuente
did ont commit the, same offense
during this period. , v
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-erreement wiih Russia becauaet
. "the case of Pasternak has te-Z
veiea ine soviet Union and -Norway
have .totally different?
concepts of the meaning of thej
' Nobel Prize winner Bertran
Russei 'said he was "disgusted H
vim aw suviec auuioriues -wno)' a
forced the fl7-y ear-old author oj"
"Doctor' Zhlvago" to reject thg ?
honor, : Z
'-The novel is banned Id ,jth 7
Soviet Uhion because it is ton
sidered anti-cdmmunlst., -C
The Swedish "Writers federal
tion-drafted- protest to Mos
cow, asv.were' nther.' groupSt
throughout the world.
- Not since the days ef Hitler" -'has,
a 'foreign government
'forced one of its nationals toS
rejects NoW prize. s S
' Sovietskyaya Rossiya,' organ o?
the Central Burjsau of tlj.e Rus
slan Republics, today brandeS
Pasternak as; "renegade an(J
slanderer,?;,accprding to Moscow"''1?
Radio: f" S j
" Sovietskava R,ossly said ''the
awarding of the Nobel Prize fofc
literature to Boris Pasternate &
the renegade and slandered 1
looks to be especially tendentious
and v reactionary '"against the
background or Soviet srientifiiS
progress and, the world' recogni; 4
tionof it." I
This weather report for tha 21
hoars ending t m, today It
lad Hydrbfrftphic Branch of thi
Pan4m4 Canal Company t,;
; -j' "fiaiboa Cristoba
High .".'.1..., 90
High .in(-99 i-
.Low .. s
(max. mph), NW-U
RAIN (Inches) .03
WATER TEMP; n,
(inner harbors) 12,
Y' FRIDAY, OCT. 31
r'.i'. ,... ..
5:37 a.m.:- 1
:06 pan. v
' Mow v
A GIRL STOOD ?
BETWEEN THEIR GUNS!
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