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Star-studded hours of entertainment art in store tomorrow when the United
Fund telethon kicks off over the Caribbean Forces, Radio and Television Network at
5:30 p.m. -. ... . r.
On of the most complete community participation projects ever undertaken here,
the event wilf find many military and civilian clubs in the, Canal Zone taking part,
along with dozens of entertainers from Panama who have linked hands to help the
United Fund Drive reach its $125,000 goal successfully.
With payday for the military arid many civilians today; and the telethon tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, contributions are expected to soar over the weekend. &,.(.:
A list of entertainers that look
like a "Who'i Who",jn Central A A-.merica
.merica A-.merica show business already has
been booked by CFN for the tele tele-.
. tele-. thoni which will be emceed at va various
rious various times during the busy hours
by CFN's program director, Jim
Pattison, end CFN -staffers Sgt.
Chuck Renner and Sp5 Joe Daly,
A 1953 puick automobile will
,t auctioned off durina the ttl ttl-then,
then, ttl-then, with bids received by
, telephone, ?
And at CFN enswerina the
Hlephonas will bo a bovy of 1
beauties, all voluntoorinr their
help to tha United Fund.
CFN listeners and "viewers are
asked by United Fund officials to
make their pledges at home or in
their favorite club. ;
A fleet of Army radio taxis and
Panama Canal-cars will be on
their way to pick up the .home do donations
nations donations within minutes after the
pledge is made.
Special broadcast from clubs
all over the Zone will bo hoard
on the telethon and photoaraphs
made on the apot at the elybo
will be shown on TV within
, One of Central America's most
popular and versatile entertainers,
Lucho Azcarraga, will appear dur during
ing during the evening to play requests
from viewers and listeners lor
the price of one or more donations
The 79th Army Band will be on
She program, as will Al Martin
end his, orchestra, Danny Bishop
with a complete floor show anil
the Velvatones.; l .
, Scheduled -to be sen during the
n( th telethon will be' sucn
tap entertainment as the',, Maxim
floor snow; tne juBinyuuuwo juBinyuuuwo-ers;
ers; juBinyuuuwo-ers; the Orchids; the Diamond
Acesj the Cotton Pickers the
Kit? Club floor show; the Bahia Bahia-Club
Club Bahia-Club floor show; the Roosevelt
Hotel club show; the Tired Old
Men, and many, many other en entertainers.
tertainers. entertainers. ,
Every club in the zone plan planning
ning planning a lull evening of entertain entertainment
ment entertainment and fun for patrons with
television sets every wueic w
actively -participate in the tele tele-thon
thon tele-thon as it progresses.
This mark the first time
that United Fund Campaign
has boon geertd so closely
all recreational activities in the
tone. f ..
Officials of the drive are confi confident
dent confident that the. goal will be reached
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Canal Zone Actress
Pal Quinn Receives
n.t niinn who 'hpeart her dra
matic carear in theCanal Zone,
is now playing in JNew York in
Maxwell Anderson's new play,
"The. Golden Six." Miss Quinn, a
eraduate of Balboa High School,
is tne aaugnier m
TWrr 'Quins. f-
A review of thenew AndeYson
tilay, written for the" New York
frim.. hv it famed drama critic,
itirinnn. .refers to1 Miss
Quinn as one of several "interest "interesting
ing "interesting actors" in the play's chmafic
scene in which' she has the part
of Ennia; a xavonwm v
man Emperor Caligula.
cha i mentioned in the'Atkin
his comment on the
pluay's last scene, which showsthe
"most infamous moment in a hor hor-rigying
rigying hor-rigying period of empire," a time
when U becomes evident that a
return to a republic is ,the, only
salvation for Rome.
r th isthmus. Miss Quinn ap
peered in the pageant celebrating
the fiftieth anniversary of the Tl Tl-voli
voli Tl-voli end in several productions of
the Theater Guild. .-'
She recently Won a scholarship
to a New York dramatic school.
Her part in 'The -Golden Six"
is ner iirsv prui.es!nuii fiji
ance on the JNew orsi siage,
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NEW YORK (UPI)-A spring
field, Ma' schoolteacher who
served as a guide at the Brussels
Worlds Fair said, yesterday that
Americans were the rudest peo people
ple people to visit the fair.,. v
After naming the i Belgians as
the "most poliie people'.Vto visit
the fair, th teacher, Miss lYvet e
Polrier, 23, was asked by a re reporter
porter reporter to name the rudest nation-
al group, f i i -"I
shouldn't say this, but it was
the Americans.." Miss Poirier re-
through such close cooperation
with still more activities schedul scheduled
ed scheduled to take place in November.
A United -Fund vaudeville show
featuring comic wrestling match matchesalready
esalready matchesalready has taken place on
the Pacific side and the s a m e
show, with participants from al almost
most almost every walk of Pan Canal
and military life here, will be
Staged at the Fort pavis Cymna Cymna-sium
sium Cymna-sium at 7;30 p.m, next Saturdav.
What promises to bo eno of
the most Interesting and thrill thrilling
ing thrilling football games of the tea
son is to be played for tha Unit United
ed United Fund at Balboa Stadium at
7 p.m. Nov. 24V Two All-Star
teams will be Selected from
Balboa High School, Cristobal
H'gh School, Athlotic Club and
Balboa Junior- Collage.
The accent on the CFN telethon
this year will be .that of watching
and listening, rather than visiting
the CFN studios at Fort Calvtnn.
With its facilities limited, CFN
has asked everyone to remain at
radios or TV sets and make their
pledges from there bjr telephone
at home or at their club.
Dozens of volunteer workers will
pick up the pledges promptly and
the listener and viewer will have
every opportunity to have a song
played during the telethon or to
request any other act he might
like to see for his donation.
The American Logion Club et
Panama Bay Shrimp,
log Me Clolhsd x.
"When ts a' skin diver nnf a skin
diver? When he ioins the fish
with all his clothes-on, of course
gust ask Col. Joseph Escune. u.
Armv Caribbean chemical offi
cer, he 11 tell you.
It happened when the colonel
and Arturo I.inre of Panama iom-
ed Richard R. Saul of the USAR-
CARIB Finance 0ice aboard
Saul's boat, the Sea Fox, for some
still fishing near the Perlas Is Islands
lands Islands last weekend
' There was a loud snlash then a
derkhand, after peering over the
side, breathlessly reported 'th
colonel's ovprboard.? uperturbed.
aaui asked 'wasn't the colonel
wearing lus skin divinsr. ear?"
,1he answer: No. Bobbing around
in me water, Escude could le
seen wearing Bermuda shorts.-
and a large bump on his ,heaLi
Helped aboard. Escude revealed
that while haulinc in a bucket of
seawacer ne nad supped on a
shrimp and lost his footing. About
tne oruise on nis head the colonel
said, "Twenty million' sauare miies
of ocean and the one place I fell
in mere nad to be a log.".
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Ilo Room at the Anne
The Diary ofAnne Frank" W.
ing played nightly this week by
the Theater Guild, $ attracting
Isthmians in droves which could
be outdrawn only by an offer of
The Theater Guild: with all seats
sold -for tonight and tomorrow
night, is in a spot to accommodate
the many who are expected to
arrive without bookings.
Therefore it asks that any per persons
sons persons holding tickets for tonight r
tomorrow night who will be un unable
able unable for any reason to attend, call
,.!. Ed,th linger at Balboa
1368 lo cancel their, bookings
Young Lieutenant Charged
,trV. JAVKSOrVs- C. Oct. 31 31-(UPI)
(UPI) 31-(UPI) A general -cour' -martial
charge that a young lieutenant
kicked a Negro recruit in the shins
and ordered another trainee to
shout a- lewd phrase in the pre presence
sence presence of other men was heard here
First Lt. Gerald M. Wheatley of
Bridgeton, N.J., pleaded innocent
to those charges and four others.
He followed two non-commissioned
officers from the compa company
ny company he commanded to trial In the
MSgt. George R. Sovle, 30. of
Ogdensburg, N.Y., and Sfc
Charles L. Moman, 28, or Empire,
Aia.,. were doui convicted but re
ceived light sentences..
Pvt. William A, J. Connor of
Charlotte. N.C.. testified Wheat.
Fort Amador, the Breakers, the
Tivoli, the Cristobal Yact Club,
officers and non eommUsiontd
officer clubs and lervjces club
on military installation ero a a-mong
mong a-mong the places where $ special
telethon parties will be in pro pro-eross
eross pro-eross during the show.
The Buick. donated by the
Smoot and Paredes firm in Pana
ma City, Is being auctioned un
der the auspices of the Canal Zone
Police Division, and members of
the force are displaying the four
door special sedan at various
spots throughout the Zone.
Bid forms have been placed on
the front seat of the car, .and all
interested persons are invited to
take one of the forms and record
The completed document ; then
can be replaced in the car, given
to any policeman, taken to the
Balboa Police Station or mailed
to CFN, Box 10, Fort Clayton.
Move Afoot In RP
To Take US Treaty
To World Court
Two Panama City tabloid rev
nnrteH vesterdav that a move is
afoot among members ot tne na
tional Assembly to organize '' a
huge patriotic demonstration in fa favor
vor favor of taking Panama's conflict
with the United States over the
interprepation of treaties between
the two countries to tne interna international
tional international Court ,t The- Hague. ..jir
Th ,movo Ti 'aaid 'to be cbeaf'
headed by Assemblyman Alfredo
Aleman, Jr., chairman of the for foreign
eign foreign Relations Committee, and
' Plans to organize the demon demonstration
stration demonstration are said to be the' result
of recent reports from Washing
ton that official State Department
sources support Canal Zone Gov.
W. E. Potter's views that the La-
nal-Zone can make purchases
wherever it can find the right
quality at the best price.
Potter gave his views recently
before the Panama Chamber of
Commerce during a talk in which
he urced Panama industrialists to
produce more end better goods to
sell to- tne canal zone, 1
It is understood that a number
of diplomatic notes have been
exchanged between the two coun countries
tries countries on the matter, and that
such exchanges are still in progress.-"
r Frank Bailey, 21, Panamanian
was fined 110 by Judge John E
Darning at Balboa -Magistrate's
Court today for failing to maxe
wav for an ambulance and an es
carting police vehicle on Gaillard
Highway. It was alleged by the
police tha the ambulance and the
police vehicle had flashing red
lights and the bus failed fo pu'l
into the side of the road to let
Maximiliano Lapdecho, 31, Pa Panamanian,
namanian, Panamanian, was fined $5 for leav leaving
ing leaving hi g bus unattended on Diablo
1 For loitering in the Balboa
Heights railroad station Doris
Ambal Martinez came before the
judge, who suspended imposition
of sentence for one year during
which Martinez would be on pro probation.
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ley": kicked him in the shins
"medium hard" with his GI
boots during a barracks inspec inspection,
tion, inspection, "Connor, brought from Ft.
i Leonard Wood, Mo., to testify,
admitted be wore a "greasy
: uniform," 1 and could not tell
Wheatley when he-' had last
brushed his teeth during the
Inspection. He said Wheatley
kicked him to make him ceme
te parade rest.
Wheatley wa also charged
with forcing Pvt. Custis T. Ha Ha-thorn
thorn Ha-thorn of Hattiesburg, Mlssu to
shout on frequent occasions in a
loud voice a lewd reply to the
"What's good, Hathorn?' -v
Connor's testimony was sub substantially
stantially substantially supported by Pvts.
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PANAMANIAN BOMBEROS extinguish an aircraft fire during
.thf'wltcheV fcrevr which W
been-' simmering- H--welt fwil
explode tonight. It' Halloween.
Between dinnertime and bed bedtime
time bedtime this evening, little guys and
gals in, costumes both gay and
weird will make their annual
house-to-house trek for the hol holiday
iday holiday handouts which have be become
come become traditional.
Many of tonight's door-knockers
will have in their hand a
container for coins, and will ask
for pennies to aid less fortunate
These youngsters, who are
forsaking; their own candy candy-gathering
gathering candy-gathering to help in the UNI UNI-CEF
CEF UNI-CEF program, will have their
fun Jeter1 in the evening in
special parties which have
been planned by churches and
military groups who are parti participating.
cipating. participating. Halloween partiea have high highlighted
lighted highlighted the Kiddles' social calen calendars
dars calendars for several days, culminat culminating
ing culminating with classroom festivities
this afternoon. Other parties
were held after school hours to today.
day. today. Later in the evening, the a a-dults
dults a-dults will share the fun at vari various
ous various parties and balls which have
been scheduled on the Isthmus.
As precautionary measures, all
households should make the fol following
lowing following preparations:
Bring In the dog. The wild
costumes and horns may annoy
Put under lock and key all
loose objects, like porch chairs
and bicycles. Otherwise you
may have to hunt for them to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. Leave on the light over the
front door. One of the little crit critters
ters critters might break a leg.
Above all. have a ready sup
ply of goodies. That's the object
of the whole affair.
Taking port in the UNICEF
activities this year are the Ca Cathedral
thedral Cathedral -of St. Luke, the- First
Baptist Church, St. Mary's Mis Mission,
sion, Mission, the Union Church of Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, the Unitarian Society, and
organizations of the Army and
Douglass M. Chllds of Gaines- ted from' the stand that Wheat Wheat-ville,
ville, Wheat-ville, Ga., and Guy Bailey of ley did not touch him during
Jackson, Miss. the altercation.
Sovle and Moman both ln-r He said Sovie and Moman
yoked Article 31 of the Uniform .struck him and carried him
Code of M litary Justice, the Ar-bodily from the mess hall after
my's "Fifth Amendment" and Wheatley complained that coffee
refused to testify against Wheat-served b" '.Holland "tasted like
ley on "12 questions under dishwater.
grounds the might incriminate x
themselves anew. Wheatley, a boyish appearing
young officer wearing horn-rim-Wheatley
was also charged med glasses, is a 1953 graduate
with smacking Pvt. William A. of. The Citadel, the military cob cob-Frlsby
Frlsby cob-Frlsby of Ashevllle, N.C on lege of 'n South Carolina at
the head with a helmet liner Charleston. He is 23.
and with grabblnr the arm of Two of eight specifications a a-Pvt.
Pvt. a-Pvt. Grady B. Holland of Pike- gainst Wheatley were dropped
tile, Tenn, during a mess hall because1 the defense did not re
brawl. i ceive them in time to prepare its
.Holland, who also testified a-case but VL Henry L. Brown of
gainst sovle and Moman, admit. Great Falls,7 S.C., the defense
Bomberos Take Albrook Course
In Aircraft Rescue Operations
Panamanian dignataries attend attended
ed attended the graduation ceremony his
week Wednesday, for is Panama'
and TocUmen ,Bomberos;' from, a
speti'al', session of Albrook's fire
This session was held in con
junction with the Republic of Pa
nama to tram and Instruct their
firefighters in fundamentals of air
craft rescue operations. This ac
tivity was under the auspices of
the Point Four Program.
The class was instructed by S.
Sgt. Erwin Whitfield with Gabriel
Abdow, Albrook fireman, who act acted
ed acted as interpreter.
The instructions covered the lo location
cation location of batteries, fuel supply, e e-mergency
mergency e-mergency exits for the pilot and
removal of injured crew members
During the course each firemen
went into a burning aircraft fuse fuselage
lage fuselage and removed dummies and
extinguished the flames with the
cooperation of other members of
This was accomplished to fami familiarize
liarize familiarize them with the actual oper operation
ation operation of entering, removing bodies,
Britain, US Will
Stand Firm Facing
USSR Wear Stand
GENEVA, Oct. 31 (UPI) -The
United States and Britain agreed
to stand firm today in face of an
increasinsiv "tough" Soviet atti
tude on the Geneva nuclear ban
In a strongly worded statement
issued by the official boviet lass
News Aaencv last night the Rus
sians categorically rejected" the
western proposal for a one-year
standstill agreement on nuclear
test explosions. The statement de described
scribed described the western proposal as
"unaceeotable" and warned that
Russia will "strive for an imme immediate
diate immediate and-universal cessation of
nuclear1 tests for all time."
The U.Si and British delegations
studied the Russian announcement
this morning. Later western dele delegation
gation delegation sources said they were de determined
termined determined not to back down in face
of the Sovjet threat.
Recruit In Shins, Ordering Lewd S houting
their recent course at Albrook
and extinguishing aircraft type
Bomber ioflcefawbo' afonded
the :raduatioe -v-ere: Commander
aui Arango, Deputy Commander
uws u anoara, uapt. Luis var
casia, Capt. Luis Papia. Capt.
Luis A. Mas, Capt. Ernesto Aro Aro-semena,
semena, Aro-semena, Capt. Alfonso Perez, Capt.
Fabio Croswaite and Capt. Juan
The graduating students were:
Roberto Valdes, Rolando Quin!e Quin!e-ro,
ro, Quin!e-ro, Cesar Brown, Jose M. Modelo,
Oscar L. Hudson, Reyes S. Mon Mon-flerd,
flerd, Mon-flerd, Fernando A. Guillen, Carlos
M. Tunon, Victor R. Cochez, Rene
Aleman, Jose G. Arosemena, Ar Ar-nulfo
nulfo Ar-nulfo Valdes, Luis A. Molino, Hcr Hcr-nan
nan Hcr-nan Tejada, Juan A. Mas and Bo Bolivar
livar Bolivar Alvarado,
Army L-23 Flown
To Kansas For
Three members of the 937th En Engineer
gineer Engineer Company (Aviation) left
Fort Kobbe this week to fly an
L-23B Army Aviation light aircraft
to Liberal, Kans., for remanufac remanufac-ture.
ture. remanufac-ture. Capt. Thomas J. Booras, 1st Lt.
Edward J. Davis and Pfc. Albert
N. Pelletier, traveled by way of
Mexico in their land route trip to
the United States.
Light aircraft from Army Avia Aviation
tion Aviation elements, in Central and South
American poriodiacally are flown
back to various contract remanu remanu-facturers
facturers remanu-facturers in a continuing program
established by the Department of
the Armv some time ago. After
delivering the plane to the Kan Kansas
sas Kansas site, the fliers will pick uo
an L-23D light aircraft from a
remanufaeturer at St. Lots, Mo.,
for return to the Canal Zone.
The return trio will also be
made over "the Mexico land route,
with possible stopovers at various
points where the Inter American
Geodetic Survey maintains units.
Although due in the Canal Zone
early in November, it is rw'-J"
that they will arrive later, as the
aircraft which they are mrkin?
up at St. Louis must be test-flown
before it can be released to the
lawyer, failed in an effort to
have two other charges dropped,
i At Wheatley's side for the trial
were his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde T. Wheatley of Bridgeton,
and his pretty bride of three
months, Elizabeth Wheatley, of
Wheatley had been in the
Army 23 months and would
have been eligible for release
to inactive duty next month.
Maximum sentence if convict convicted
ed convicted on all six counts would be
3Vs years in prison, dismissal
from the service and for feit feit-ure
ure feit-ure of all pay and allowances.
Meanwhile alt Parrls Island,
S.C, three Marine Corps drill
Instructors continued under in investigation
vestigation investigation today on charges
Dock workers employed by the Panama Canal Com Company
pany Company ace demanding "substantial" pay increases, it was
This follows a period of intermittent striking by dock
workers which delayed a number of ships loading and un
loading on both, sides ot the
Local 9C0 AFL-CIO officials who represent the dock
workers have also put forward
Lanal would have to put all dock workers under the U.S.
Civil Service retirement scheme.
Meanwhile, there is not
docking in Balboa or Cristobal over this holiday weekend.
When dockers resumed normal working two days ago,
they promised to continue while negotiations were in
progress and a solution to their problems was being work
The wage demand was made
yesterday at meeting between
dockers and Local 900 officials
and Panama Canal officials in including
cluding including E. B. O'Brien, superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of the Terminals divi division,
sion, division, and representatives of the
V -: xfUt,
w V fcr
It was a reiteration
mand made to Gov. W4 E. Pot
ter by letter Oct, 17.
The Union wants the raise
for the dockers who have just
been put on a full-time basts
and blanketed into the U.S.
Civil service retire meat
scheme. It argues that the
men' should get a raise to com compensate
pensate compensate for a yearly automatic
pay raise they would have
had in past years If they had
been full-time employes.
Pope John Orients
Self Willi Aspects
Of Sovereign State
VATICAN CITY, Oct. 31 (UPI)
Pone John XXIII intends to vis
it every corner of his sovereign
state as soon as possible, a Vati
can source said today.
The new Pope John has never
before lived in the Vatican City
StJite. Three Pones before him,
Pius XII, Pius XI and Benedict
XV, all lived a great part of their
lives in the tiny state before their
For that reason, the sources
said, the Pontiff wants to get to
know everv nook and crannv of
his one sixth square nvle sover
eignty as soon as possible.
He expressed the intention of
meeting everv ntizen o' Vatican
citv normally about 1,000 and
eventually gett'ng to know all a a-bout
bout a-bout them, the source said.
John XXIII began his tour yes
terdy with a surprise visit to the
city's radio station whrn he mr
announcers and technir'ans. He al
so has talked to the workers wh-
orepared the papal apartment, Va
tican gendarmes, a few S wi s
guards on duty in the papal apart
not, and all of his domestic
they slapped and otherwise mis
treated recruits at this basic
training installation, scene of
the 1956 'yeath march" in which
six recruits lost their lives.
Capt. Joseph C. Bridges., base
public information officer, said
the probe involved an alleged
incident in which young train
ees were slapped by a drill in
structor. It was also charged
that members of a 69-man
training platoon had been forc forced
ed forced to pay $10 each to a cadre
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 there.
a scheme whereby the Pan
likely to be any delay to shins
The recent trouble on ?th
docks stemmed from' the fact
that the status of dock 'Work
ers, who were formerly all WAE
twnen actually employed) work
ers was changed to allow 1293
of a total of 2078 to coma under
Ifee retirement, schema, -,"""
' "3tf' pvertimc was. changed
UorA daily-to a weekly-basis
wnicn means that, a blar Der.-
centage do not now receive any
overtime because they do not
clock a minimum of 40 hours
The Union's main contention
in yesterday's talks, was for all
dock employes to come under
the retirement scheme.;
To qualify, a stevedore has to
work 40 hours per week. The
uiuuu says mat u a rotation
system was properly administer administered,
ed, administered, all the stevedores on the
company rolls could clock 40
hours a week.
A Union spokesman said to today:
day: today: "Some men are better
than others or are liked bet
ter by their foreman so nat naturally
urally naturally they get the most work.
So- that many men work -well
over their 40 hours and many
cannot ret anywhere -near
their 40 hours.
"But if a man is on the com company
pany company rolls at all, he should be
considered satisfactory .'arid
should have the opportunity oi
doing as much work as the next
The spokesman said the n Pan Pan-Canal
Canal Pan-Canal had promised to try and
operate a more rigid rotation
If any workers cannot jbe
taken into the retirement
scheme, the Union is tisklh
for them to be paid overtto
after 8 hours a day. t
Cuban Rebels Tell
At Your Own Risk:
HAVANA, Oct. 31 (UPI) Re
bels intent on disrupting Monday's
elections have warned Cuban mo motorists
torists motorists that any who venture on
he highways during the week
hut hc"", -"-'erday "travel at
their own risk."
In the Havana area, drivers
atd little attention to the rebel
threat. Communications delays due
rpY-n gfhntase made in impos impossible
sible impossible to determine Immediately
vliethr the travel ban was be being
ing being effectively enforced in rebel
n '''"n Or ente orovince. -4
Cuban refugees in Mexico re reported
ported reported hearing rebel broadcasts
saving that insurgent "columns'
are convercing on Santiago, the
capital of Oriente, and advancing
westwards from Oriente m'.o Ca Ca-maguey
maguey Ca-maguey province.
One such broadcast said, the re rebels
bels rebels have captured the town of
Banes, where President Gulgencio
Batista was born, and that they
had damned iron controls on high
way traffic in Santa Clara pro province.
vince. province. ,.v
The Texas Oil Company, taking
no chances, shipped 23 American
women and 13 children to Jamai Jamaica
ca Jamaica yesterday to sit out the elee
tion. The 38 Americans ire rela relatives
tives relatives of emnloyea at Texaco'f San
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Maaty at Mtat wriMri it hU in itricta eaaridaaca
Tkia wtpaaar "" ftiponiilit tat rt.t.m.nti ai aataleai
wAratHc) hi latter tram rdir.
THE MAM BOX
...U. mAftCfe t tJ t.ViH
1. There is so mucn coniiu; nf
;rO.BiiPri sinele wane scale, sovereignly, aim wt"-
-m: Unl.At tfatat"t and
getting f themselves labeUec l a,
everything from dumb to communists for claiming everything
on. sight on the Isthmus and nnneriun officials
3. There is on me uanai a ht 7rm
bovs, expert in tne arus oi re-uu's,
bumping, dumping, and the devil knows
known as the Potter
Whlyei suggest the following remedy to soothe the situation
0nCeaav2 the Patter boys re-title, reclassify and re-group all US-
,ate townsites in the. Canal zone, RP.; L o
Thus in one twist oi ine whbuc ""-"-"" ""," fnr
ashed of such silly meas as 4100
equal work. As a Panamanian, i Dencve x
DOCK WORKERS ROLLS
i...... u iv, i'n,v,n actiiallv emnloved"
"thTTemto.u Dlrti on te inched In tlw 40 h?"
I for Sundays and holidays.
-Kapido" (Mail Box, Cp-?
facts that exist, on me . -d Hwl.
iJiybs t. V.,n,ol anri ClftVton.
those lnoicaiea uew.. rh rivpr nf an auto-
ma?n,H nd hS the SStewol rider on
fhf eana? bus service BeEme. I find it difficult to express
5M enoujn the horrors I live through every tirrte M set oot
. v f those buses coine between these points plus the other
one between AlbrookDiablo-Heights check point and Bafcoa
Anne5 'The wonder is there have been o few accidents, what
u Hoa tn thP nerves of the riders cannot be estimated.
to the other da? ing over to Balboa, the driver decid decided
ed decided he afgoSJ to Sr?kegthl.ridge in time. That drive around
.Seco7nergfrom CocoU wal a real nightmare th.
hrMM lust bv a hairs Dreaora .------"'
, : is mtMIa: 6rrv TnKGPn T
the bar behind tne nnver rpi "'' "'" -ide
in sickening rhythm, holding my breath, and I
praying with all my heart weo arrive
By VICTOR RIESIL
In one brief moment the other
day on a windy New York street,
the story of this bitter national e e-leel
leel e-leel on was telescoped into a snort
conversation as two men "watched
a parade. Republican gubernator gubernatorial
ial gubernatorial candidate, Nelson Rockefeller,
turned towards his good friends,
but political opponent. New Deal Dealing
ing Dealing Ladies Garment Workers U U-nion
nion U-nion chief, Dav.d Dubinsky, and
softly needled him withi
"Dave, I'm going to invade your
garment territory and take those
votes from you. Hope you don t
' Dubinsky, who doubles as New
York's Liberal Party leader, grin grinned
ned grinned and said something about see seeing
ing seeing who'll get those votes Rocke
feller or Gov. Avereli Harnman.
Until then there had been no real
labor blast at Rockefeller.
But soon anti Rockefeller ads
began to aopear. A garment area
mass meeting was scheduled by
the union. A seres of smaller ral
lies were penciled into the last
hour calendar for Dis'rict Attor
ney Frank Hogan and other Demo-
Thus it went in the final campaign
nays in lust a handful of INew
Thus it goes 'n 30.000 other pre
cincts out of the 130,000 election
areas across 'he U.S. from the
garment jungle to the Badlands of
South Dakota. literally. For not
since 1944. when the target was
Sidney Hillman, have the Repub Republicans
licans Republicans hit as hard at the labor
shin. AnH never before has the
labor movement so openly and
willingly taken on the Grand Old
In thousands of wecincts he
Democrats seem to be standing on
the sidelines watching the big
But the parallel with 1944 pass
es when you note that the only
similaritv is the substitution of
Walter Reuther for Sidney Hill
man and the AFL-CIO Committee
on Political Education (COPE.) for
for th n- CIO Political
Action Committee (PAC.)
This time there is no central di direction,
rection, direction, no central headquarters
on either side shooting and shout shouting
ing shouting at each other. The contests are
local battles. The labor machine,
for example, is decentralized. CO COPE,
PE, COPE, operatic on of the sixth floor
of the national AFL-CIO headquart headquarters,
ers, headquarters, has a national staff of only
50, ranging from the porter to the
ni1ionl r' "'" o' Jimi- McnviH.
The old Hillman PAC had 180 in
its New. York headquarters alone.
COPE's main office' coordinated,
brainstruted. when necessary, and
trained specialists on a national
budget of only $465,000 this year,
according to its- official report.
Daily it rings the. telephone bells
of union residents, askins for
tmoney and getting miahty little of
ft. This year, Ae.fnony Is being
spent on eM alM state campaisns
by local W state'labor organiza
tions. And never, but never nas
labor been so well organized poli
tically over so broad, a base.
Wherever it could, labor operat
ed ouietlv but effectively. Every
where the local unions have told
their national chiefs to. stay out
of their states so there could be
nf! charge of invasion by "out "outsiders"
siders" "outsiders" a charge which beat
them in 1950 when they threw ev everything
erything everything and everybody into the
war on Robert Taft in Ohio.
. .. x.i. iu. a. nf tronsnort.ation from Co- I in thousands of nrecincts the
one do wnen maws u.e u.u, --",-. w nn r t- ,fB fnr
Add to uns tne iaci mm mc ui"" ," .. If4""' ,,, k.r.
Thev should all nave caps wim wren example, as in nisvuusiu.
r That wav if there are complaints the Wiscons'n AFL CIO is plan-
d me'rt man win be blamed and not an innocent party, j ning to WSSWl. The
There are so many complaints to enumerate them would j JSSS
take a whole P-?i or more out one i&n day m key close districts.
vry few who drive smoothly. The others drive with Jerks and
starts that jolt the stomach until one could throw up every b t
c food consumed for days past. In atopplpn the bus they jolt
-iolentlv in starting it's the same thing and in driving cons constant'
tant' constant' it is a foul exoerience all round.
Whoever owns this bus route should take a complete tour
of infection and either replace these drivers with men who
their lob and who drive ior me puduc
Instnirt. the Dresent crop OI aeam-umcia w
th. hrtdee and passed the Clayton gate
. i. nW.ufH t.n nick UP that slcki
ohianirnninr. iin m i. uiin w ivv r
f breakneck speed 'ain, cutting in and out o igJg
1 and cominp from Balboa. At one point by Morgan s Gardens
' v S wt right into the center lane, and we proceeded to race
V dLn the middle of the road. There ahead of us came a large
l0!,1? fhiim, He couldn't get back in our lane, as a
. v,'t mnm what. haODened? The oncom-
r,H r.Avir rtdP their busses aealn. but what can
DUlt LUC U11VCI Oiiw
fm driver would not. give him room. What happenea.' ine uiilu.
inrcar had t0 r&ce off into the grass off the road to avoid
ip,. nw-un ., A ,rinH t vnwPd T'd re
I was by mat time w .v,;r ri
Walter Wincheli in New York
.. roll to Balboa?
number to identify him.
nwn identification number
jike men who haVe earned their license to operate.
Sick Of These Drivers
;So Panama has opened the most beautiful supermarket to
be introduced to the local public so far. It's the best of its kind
-in the country. It's a dream but, as is tne cuswm
ma. there is a noticeable absence of black faces behind the
Panamanian businessmen are presently pretty mad at Gov Governor
ernor Governor Potter because the Canal Zone buys a few pounds of
meat outsMe. They expect the citizenry which is about 60 1 oer oer-teent
teent oer-teent colored to support them in demanding that the conditions
of a woefully mlxed-up treaty be carried out, while at the same
time they discriminate aealnst that 60 percent.
Here Is a queer twist to the whole situation. The few col colored
ored colored people employed in fair jobs in the Republic of Panama
are almost totally employed by American businessmen, yet they
are supposed to demonstrate against Americans. These Amer American
ican American firms all seem to be pretty successful, which should indi indicate
cate indicate that the color of a man's skin has absolutely nothing to
do with his intelligence.
Well I don't elve a hoot whether the Canal Zone ever
spends a nickel with Panamanian businessmen because it's of
no advantage to my country, myself or ray people. The more
money the Zone spends with those grafters, the bigger the
Cadillac they buy. That's all.
I personally believe that discrimination is .more rampant
In the Republic of Panama than any nther Latin American
country. Is it because Panamanians are in closer contact with
conditions such as the Clinton. Tennessee bombings and the
Little Rock integration problems? I should think not; because
the people of the other Latin American countries can read also.
Could be that this feeling of extreme racialism Is a hold holdover
over holdover from the days of the arrogant Dons in the Americas, yet
why should Panamanians be mor$ affected by this malady
than the others whose ancestors were also Dons?
All that can be done as a fight against this unfair employ employment
ment employment is for persons whose skins are black to purchase from
places that include dark skinned people among their employes.
There is no other way, because the majority of the officials
who could do something about it are the owners or part-owners
of the establishments.
Since most of these businessmen profess to be very reli religious
gious religious here is a little reminder that may do some good. "If I
am dirtv I can cleanse myself, if I am ignorant, I can better
myself, but if you deny me Ju tice because of the color of my
skin, then, I can refer you only tojGod who made me that way."
The calls, of course, will urge the
registered labor members to come
right out and vote.
A survey made as best one can
in tnis sampling ousiness itvcin
that each union expects to have as
many or more au os in the Elec
tion Day car pools as they had in
'56. This could mean anywhere un
to 25,000 cars making swift round
trios to voters' homes and the poll polling
ing polling places. In '56, for example,
Federal records show that unions
ured 2,200 autos in cook County
(Chicago) to get voters out on E E-lection
lection E-lection Day. In addition, there
were 4,700 union me"n makin? door-to-door
visits throughout the day.
Based on these records, labor
will have thousands of baby sit
ters, coffee klatches and camp campaign
aign campaign headquarters parties going.
How the working guy will vote
once the bootn curtain snieias
him, no one can predict.
MAN ABOUT TOWN
The New York Governatorial
odds have taken a terrific switch.
A month ago they were 8 to 5 for
Harriman to win. A week later
they were 3 lo 1. Last week 2V4
to 1 and are now 6 to 5 favoring
Rockefeller!. .Marilyn Monroe is
so careful about her condition
she hired a 6 ft. Amazon to keep
people from jostling her. .Ex .Ex-Champion
Champion .Ex-Champion Jack Dempsey's next op opponent
ponent opponent will be a surgeon's scalp scalpel.
el. scalpel. .. .Shelley Winters is flashing
a new diamond-and-ruby sparkler
from husband Anthony JFranciosa.
Meaning: All Is Calm. ..The late
A. Anastasia's bodyguard, ailing
Anthony Coppola, gets around with
a cane. '. .Detroit Diana Stand Stand-er
er Stand-er (4th mate of actor Lionel
Stander) is LettingsHim Go. He's
reoorted Betting one of those quic
kie .Southern .abtpgations,. Para Para-mount's
mount's Para-mount's 9-month net this year
will be douhle that of all 1958, .
Girls! The Maharajah of Baroda,
one of the few big spenders left,
returns next week. .Isn't the
d.a. checking a tip about the fam
ed ex-wife of a multi-millionaire
beine blackmailed by a musician
she's been suooorting?. . .The
Jack O'Brians are now 4. A baby
sister for Brieitte at N.Y. Hosp.
. .Bernie Hart saw "The World
of Suzie Wong" and was hungry
an hour later.
The Internationals: The Marguls
of Milford-Haven is forgetting L
va Bartok with Paris modl Ca Ca-rolvn
rolvn Ca-rolvn Ponsonby. .Sarah Church Church-hill
hill Church-hill and Irish actn Dion O'Con O'Connor
nor O'Connor are cozy. .Linda Christian
has turned on her flashing lashes
at Bardnt's beau, Sascha. Met
him a fortnight ago. .Inside
SkewD: The only bras Brlgltte
owns are the k"id with H'ti eye
lets in them. (Howdynothat?).
ernor, Harriman and Rockefeller.
have been calling each other ev
erything but Capitalists. . .Lew
Prince, who thrushes ','M i 1 a n o
Rose" for Metro Records, also
coos it to Anne Bancroft, co-star
of "Two for the Seesaw". .Insid .Insiders
ers .Insiders say "The Boy, on the Bridge"
will be the biggest money-maker
since "Marty". ." .Dont invite
Mrs. Roosevelt and Tammany
chief DeSapio to the same wig
wam. .Because he allegedly said
Rockefeller "is more of 'a' liber
al than was FDR." Which, of
course, he ain't. .Terinessee Wil Williams'
liams' Williams' play, "Sweet Bird of
Youth," is described bv' insiders
as his "greatest" or "most de-
praVed.'' It explores dd'pe addic
tion, orgies and the yen of a lad lading
ing lading film actress -for a ladMnfhis
20s. Ticket brokers can hardly
wait.. 'F--i 'MH
Treat, the Phjlly phlorist, on Hal Hallowe'en.
lowe'en. Hallowe'en. .Ritardo Cortez. a top
star in his day, gets no name
billing in' "The Last Hurrah", .
Carol Haney's choreography is
already the talk of "Flower- Drum
Song" but the former star of "Pa "Pa-jama
jama "Pa-jama Game'.' would rather be on
some stage. .Jon Hall's been
rushing Stephen W Amos' widder,
Raquel Torres. .... JEddie Fisher
and his TV director have phffft,
. .Ralph Meeker isn't very meek
around Lisa Douglas.
Valentina's husband, G e o r g e
Schlee, Garbo's steadiest escort a a-broad,
broad, a-broad, flew in with Greta the oth other
er other day, but the photo captions
called him "some unidentified
man". .Ruth Dubonnett and her
estranged groom Andre were a
cozv duet at Quo Vadis. Her rec
WASHINGTON -Several mil-'
lion words wil .be written i bout
the 100th anniversary of Theodore
I should like to write. ... few
worcts about mm from the point
of view of ...my. father-in-law, ,CoL
uaa i. Moore, who was TR s cou cousin
sin cousin and military aide. r ;
io my father-in-law and other
members of the famu who knew
TR, he was one of the most dy dynamic
namic dynamic and vigorous men ever to
occupy the White i House. "V
He was vigorous in his exercise
and vigorous in his decisions. Golfing-
was not in vogue Jn the U.S.
then but if it had been Teddy Roo
sevelt wouia yuye scorneu i- xox
ing was his form of .exercise. He
had fixed uo the ton floor of the
wwie uouse into a sort ot gym
nas.um, ana there used to box w.ib
Moore;. They trade me pfettv
touch blows-r-si, tough taht it weak
ened a nerve Koos'evelfs. eye
and later he lost his sight in one
eye, ? Ci- -m,-- j
He never told his military aide,
however, and Moore bnlv knew
what had happened when:' some
time after, Roosevelt Jef the White
House," he read TR's explanation
to newspapermen that '"a young
army officer. with a terrific punch
damaged the optical nerve."
NOTHING DETERRED T.R.
Roosevelt used to enjoy walking,
and when he walked he walked
in a 'beeline. 'Almost nothing de deterred
terred deterred him. Only when he came
to a .tree, would he "yield the right
ot way. ior a thicket, a swamp
or '.nnnig(nhle underbrush. pver.
My brother-in-law Dan T. Moore
Jr., now 'living in Cleveland, tells
how, as a small boy he tried to
keep up with TR and his father
in walking-through a swampland,
he lagged far behind.
Roosevelt Island, lv'ng- in the
Potomac between the Kev and Me
morial Bridges, is named for the
late President because he used to
enjoy exploring it.
But the story is not generally
knowa how TR challeged Moore
to swim to the island in mid-March
when the river was still icy. Peel Peeling
ing Peeling down to" their underwear, they
reached the island, about 100 yards
distant, but were so cold that they
fdund a boat and rowed back. Pick Picking
ing Picking up their clothes they put part
of them on and tried to sneak back
to the White' House' unseen..
- That would have been impossible
today, because the Lincoln Memo Memorial
rial Memorial and part of thi Nav Depart Department
ment Department lie' between the White'House
and 'the river. But in those days
the area was undeveloped and they
managed to reach the rear door
of the White; Kou". cold nd bo bo-dragged,
dragged, bo-dragged, when Mrs. R'ooseyelt
, Roosevelt would be lad; if alive
today, to know that' the people of
The Washington Wire: The FBI. We wouldn
knows about a secret meeting, the Garcia girl is the next Miss
(Oct. 8th) in New York w h e r e Rheingold. .Rod Steiger is sent
Red chiefs met to discuss the "al
most unbelievable situation" In
Philly and Pittsburgh. Several top
leaders in the Party resigned. .
Another who quit was the female
State Chairman of the New Jer Jersey
sey Jersey setup. .U.S. Intelligence ex execs
ecs execs are trying to. confirm "news"
about Malenknv diani)earn! The
Hard Way. .Big Goof at the Pen Pentagon:
tagon: Pentagon: New 1959 desk calendars
distributed there start Jan. 1st. on
the wrong day. .The Commies'
next "secret" session in the mid midwest
west midwest will be staeed in Chicago on
Nov. 15th and 16th. (Thum theek theek-wit,
wit, theek-wit, hall. .White House insiders
believe Gov. Faubus will wind up
going to the clink for c. of ,'c.
The Nina Foch-james Ltoton
Mexicancellation will be confirm confirmed
ed confirmed around New Year's. . .Wal-
iter Florell, the Hat Mikado, has
on Elsie Kent. .Suzy Parker's
beauty secret?: Martinis and
chawklitt candy together6... A
lexander King's soon-due book,
"Mine Enemy Grows Older,'!' re
veals himself as his worst. But
the editors at Time-Life won't ev
er again invite him to their, par parties,
ties, parties, .Big Vegas Secret:. A top
hotel was "taken" for over a mil million
lion million dollars by extcutive thambou
Walter Chfarf, Ava' reepnt. fo- a Rolls-Royce with 14K initials,
meo, and his new girt, starlet v.. eacl, letter dotted with diamond
vette Sxiiterau. shok the Lido chjp, (Show-Off!). .Trevor How-
We'ch mob hv stroll-n?. daily m ard 0f London snent most of his
swimsults which wouldn't smount
to a good hankv nut together.
A baby can tell his mother
hit troubles by the way he
' cries for he has five different
cries. One cry means he's hun- ;
I gry, another that he is in pain.
i The others mean h is uncom uncomfortable,
fortable, uncomfortable, li frightened by a
loud noise or he thinks he is
about to fall.
i O Encyclopedia Brltanalea
Rir RrinP-Dnwn Tnt.: Broad Broadway's
way's Broadway's most beauif"l new c-
rses re fn'ore Hart of "The
"lea sure nf His Co""aT,v" and
Nuven n 'Sie Won?.
Poth have steadies. M'
rwiH in oen hern Erl Holl' Holl'-man
man Holl'-man and Franc '-'v all
r are time to M. Minoiin. .
Look's cosine "t fe"
"iiwihi rih niece on Bernard
Goldfine nw head
lines. ,TK",,v lpnt1 a rumor
that Dr r'lUnde WToved i'i
hv nol:t'',,, w "sen
In a nearer riv Ame"i",n
ountrv. tiot. Tr""'V!i. . .Anita.
Prrant tnnrm "' n'-l-.-o"-"
'ho sir-" on tv. j.Jnrl
Hayes How. Tr-- ""
Of W' T':'t, TV, piv n tr-1.
er le't '7!! f T" 'n"
the w1''"'' "o" who k'lled
4. .L"'t fin Tm.
time with Dori- Lilly, the society
page beaut, while he was here.
. .Trick with Doris Lilly, the so
ciety page beaut, while he was
here. .Trick and Treat: Cute
trick Gladys McMahon, Arthur
Murray dance tutor, marries Dan
Bller,; producer Jule rStyni, Washington have preserved the orV
home sand thcthis fcatMfti $alwildetne$S' Rooseyelt''
luldn't be iLbitAamazel If-ftrid U. v : J V
mittee it was blocked by Keating,
who played the game of the pri private
vate private power lobbyists,They object objected
ed objected to praise of Roosevelt's public
power-conservatioa policies, which
they considered too contrary i a
Eisenhower's private1 power polu
cies.."- r n:;-y:,-.-y.'
- -The 'resblutioif never Tgot out
of Keating'i Judiciary Committee.
. MAJOR CONTRIBUTIONS ,
'.-vvv,v ''. '-'...;v-.J-. ..;
Most poeple don't remember It,
but it -was Teddy Roosevelt who
founded the FBL virtuaUy found,
ed civil" service,' revised the artill artillery
ery artillery system of the U,S. Army, and
painted the .UJS. Navy white.
Like his cousin, Franklin D. Roo Roosevelt,
sevelt, Roosevelt, TR served, as. assistant Se Secretary
cretary Secretary of the Navy, and as a
greai, i a vy Booster ne asked. Con Congress
gress Congress for authority to send v, the
newiy painted "white fleets around
the. world.' -Coniertsa;. v Trfnd
Whereupon Rotyeyelt ordered the
fleet rhHfway-around the .world.
thea to v Congress it could auppiy
the money to bring it back: :
4 Unlike the moderacy and plea
sant smiles so familiar; around
the Whit House today, TR was
always in not water, was always
being called names." He had the
undying enmity of big business as
the result of his trust-busting. John
D.- Rockefeller, whose grandson is
now running for governor of New;
York, was on of his enemies. It
was TR who broke up the Stand Stand-ford
ford Stand-ford Oj1 empire. : ;
On the surface, TR war thick
skinned Publicly he appeared .to
shed criticism as if it was praise.
' Privately he worried over critic criticism.'
ism.' criticism.' My- father-in-law Used to ac ac-comoanyjiim
comoanyjiim ac-comoanyjiim on carriage drives
around Washington and recalls
that a small boy once- hurled a
taunt at Roosevelt, a taunt he had
rVked utv from the. bi? bsiness
drive waged against him. It upset
the President considerably.,
The White House wal alive with
children in those days the Roo-
sevplt rhildrpn Tt wai not thp l.
lent, dignified edifice it is today.
Once Moorercaught the Roosevelt
boys taking i 'pony tb the top floor
tr the. Wh-teFoup ;the elevator.
The Roosevelt children went "to
the public schools Of. Washington.
They were1 tdught to live and play
with other boyi, wnen one or tnem
was asked how he got along with
"common" boys, he replied: "My
otriAi aiiva thot ira Atilir tall lra
and short boys, and bad boys and
good boys', and that's all the kind
of boys there are." ;
That was the White House in
those davs. and that was the mat
who feuldedthe USA through the
energetic, dyni mic period when
S ie nation was definitely on 'the
ograde toward its glorious posi
tion of USA, first-class power.
NORTHWEST SETS RECORD
TOKYO (UPI3-r-Nor hwest Air
lines announced today that one
o' its DC7C planes had flown
from Tokyo to Seattle, Wash., in
13 hours 22 minutes air time io
break the line's own record for
'he 4,916-mile light, The flight
was 22 minutes off the previous
record of 13 hours 44 minutes set
by a Northwest airliner two years
ago.- Today's light, aided by
winds as high as 100 miles an
hour, made a refueling stop
Shemya, Alaska. -
Alone Ninth Gifford Pinchot
whom he appointed as Chief Fo Forester.
rester. Forester. TR was the founder of con conservation.
servation. conservation. nd one of te Conres
sional objections Republicans
would like to forget. is the nvnner
in which they blocked a bill f the
House of Representatives last year
'o maVe 1958 "Roosevelt Memorial
Significantly "the mail how run run-hihe
hihe run-hihe for the Senate from Roose
velt's home state, Congressman
Kenneth Keating of New York,
".: re'-'on'ip'0 nr r'o'-'t'ti" the
Roosevelt memorial resolution.
The resolution introduced by Sen.
James Murray .of "Montana, had
nassed the Senate unanimously.
Sixty-three Senators,. Republican
an" jp"v'i.ri", aponsnrpo it.
But in the House Judiciary. Com
RECORD HOTTEST RAINFALL
TOKYd'twD : Osaka; Unt
versity's biophysical laboratory re re-corded
corded re-corded the "hottest'" rainfaV- ;a
four years fast ihight, i reoort reoort-ed
ed reoort-ed today. The Station said t
recorded radioactiv:ty of 234.500
counts per square meter per min minute
ute minute durng a 24-hour period.
Dr. Yasushi Nishiwaki, head of
the htbora'ory. aaid this was the
highest radioactivity acount since
the laboratory began checking
"ho" rain 1954. He said -t
probably came from a recent nu nuclear
clear nuclear test.
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TRIDAY, OCTOMB It' 1951
HX PAKAMA AMEKlCUf AX XNCEFEKSENT DAILY MEWSFAPKB
Hew US law Will
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Argentine Chiefs r
Alerted On Reds'
Move To Infilirab
House s Committee To Further Probe
Save Kids TrappedS
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WASHINGTON (UPI) t fc
, House influence lnvestigitin sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee announced yesterday
that it wili resume searings Nov.
12 on hearsay reports of bribery
in the Federal Communications
Commission's awsrd of ov Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh television channel. '. 1
A subcommittee spokesman said
the investigators also win look
into the activities of the Inter Inter-ftate
ftate Inter-ftate Commerce Commission, the
fcederal Power Commission, ana
the Civil Aeronautics Board. : j
Th hearings" will be the sub subcommittee's
committee's subcommittee's first public sessions
since the resignation I former
presidential assistant 1 Sherman
Adams, a leading target in .the
subcommittee's earlier investiga investigation
tion investigation of Bernard Xoldfine gift gift-gi"to
gi"to gift-gi"to Boston textile tycoon.
In previous hearings last-month,
the subcommittee was told of re-
frts and "rumors" that 5 former
CC Chairman George? McCon McCon-aaughey
aaughey McCon-aaughey solicited and received of offers
fers offers of more than a quarter mil million
lion million dollars in bribes for his vote
in the Pittsburgh Channel 4 case.
MAfnnriBiiohpw nrnmntlv. denied
to newsmen that be ever solicited
a bribe. But a subcommittee staff
investigator testified McConnaugb-
ey.mnce told bi ot receiving an
The investigator charged that
Mayo David Lawrence of Pitts Pittsburgh,
burgh, Pittsburgh, Democratic candidate for
governor of Pennsylvania, and
San fZanma A Sntlthftrx fD-Fla.L
chairman of the Democratic Sena-
tnrial ramnaisn rnmmitfP were
involved in behind-the-scenes ac activity.
tivity. activity. ;-;r.; :,
Both Lawrence and Smathers
denied doing anything improper.
Subcommittee Cbariman Oreo
Harris (D-Ark.) said later be did
not consider the two men to be
guilty of any impropriety. A few
days after the bribe "rumors"
were aired, Harris suspended the
hearings until after next Tues Tuesday's
day's Tuesday's elections.
Harris said he also wished to
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riva ih fedril crrind turv, which
was also investigating the Pitts-
burgn case a cnance io act. ine
grand Jury nar announced no ac
far anH JllBtir. DaDirt
ment said it was inactive at pres
a urwnmmiHa annVaxman An.
clined to identify the witnesses
who would testify at the resump resump-ton
ton resump-ton of hearings next month.
Killed As Violence
Continues In Cyprus
''NICOSIA.' Cvurus. Oct. 31
irm a British soldier and
a. nreeir nvmlot hus driver were
killed today In widely-separated
acts. of violence on mis reoei
Th hns driver was 'shot six
times in the back bv a motorist
he had stopped to assisi.
The killing took place "near
the village of Ipsonas in cen central
tral central Cyprus along a deserted
stretch of highway,
The Briitsh soldier died from
injuries sustained when his
truck exploded on a pressure
mine at Cape Pyla on the
northeastern pannanaie. An Another
other Another n1dir with him In the
truck wax reported severely in-
jured in the hospital.
Meanwhile a. aiwlnl rhurt in
Nicosia today sentenced three
Greek Cypriots to death for dis discharging
charging discharging firearms at three
Turkish Cypriots living in Komi
Keblr In eastern, Cyprus last
w a swrwfiTON aiPIV A new
federal law went, intd effect
Hxiffnpii to save the
lives of small children who acci-
flnuaTn-m nf nffipialu estimate
that more than a dozen, children
a year on me average rB
trapped in refrigerators and ice
kMVMB mil eltffAnaf ..- I
Congress passed the new law In
1956 and flireciea me aajnuuau-
tidn to draw up spectfitf .require .require-ments.
ments. .require-ments. Many manufacturers have
been installing required safety
features for sometimv ,J '.'tf -'"
Under the law, refrigerator
doors must be built so they' will
open when: j 'i'
Ol mure WUU in yvwa w
pressure is applied from the In Inside
side Inside where the handle is located.:
Or, an inside knob requirine
not more than five pounds of
pressure is lurnea.
Or. some automatic ', evice
requiring not more than, 15
pounas or pressure operie. ;
Most of the, deaths have in involved
volved involved children suffocated in two
ice boxes in Virginia and Arkan Arkan-,
, Arkan-, In PhilaHplnhii in 1955 one
five-year old boy shut the door
of a refrigerator in wnicn iwo
playmates were sitting. Both suf suffocated.
focated. suffocated. 1 I
a nnliu nf toto nava enact-
A 1ure hannintf dixhnxkl of old
refrigerators with e 1 o s e a b l e
doors. The federal law is aimed
at a permanent solution.
As Rep. Kenneth A. Roberts
(D-Ala.), backer of he law,
said in urging itf passage: "The
boxes we manuiaciure loaay wiu
unless we act now De me coi
fins of tomorrow."
PARIS UPI) Habib BouT'
cmiba Jr.. sen of Tunisia's presi
dent, today prepared to present
his credentials to the French gov
ernment as his country's new
ambassador to Paris.
TODAY FRIDAY and
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BUENOS AIRES (UPI) A The
Argentine army's high, command
has been alerted against a con concerted
certed concerted Communist drive to infil infiltrate
trate infiltrate every walk of the national
life, it was disclostd yesterday.
Undersecretary of War ., Col.
Manuel Ramon Raimundes Issued
the warning to top army chiefs
in a statement published -in the
current issue of the army's pri private
vate private bulletin. I
Col. Raimundes said counter counter-measures
measures counter-measures would be adopted short shortly
ly shortly to curb the Communist infil infiltration
tration infiltration but he urged that in the
Seantime high army cmeis use
eir own initiative and take their
own iseciiritv. control, informa
tion and psychological counter-offensive
Since the revolution (of Sep
tember, 1955, against dictator
Juan D. Peron) every national
activity has been the target of
cold and calculated speculation
on the part of the totalitarian
Communist political movement,
with the evident aim of 'dismem
bering the juridical order in
which the state operates, uoi,
Raimundes' warning said.
Thi social, political and eco
nomic infltration has been "sur
m-iainalir olaal Tib aHrisri ''Fur
theremore, fan" Intellectual fifth
column has been organised unuer
a humanitarian ana aemocrauc
whlnh ,ha orarinallv nen
atrataj' th fiplrfs of education.
newspaper, radio and motion pic
ture propaganna, scnoois, coueg-
es, umversuies, cic.
At Saint Alban's
A choral Euchariss will be ce celebrated
lebrated celebrated -tomorrow at S:30 a.m.
at St. Alban's Church, Paraisio in
observance of All Saints Day.
The Rev, Allan R. Wentt will
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PRESS 26 BLUE
No. 1 VIA ESPAnA
Tel. 3-0383 PANAMA
See November 1958
TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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NTER-AMERICAN WOMEN'S CLUB ANNOUNCES
IANSjFOR BENEFIT OF CHILDREN'S HOME
Ab important social event of the current seasoa will be
the benefit card party and tea liven by the Inter-American
Wonwn'i Club to aid the Bella Vista Children's Home It
Will fce VlTen In the Fort Amador Officers' Club Tuesday,
N0VThtebe1iefit will start at 1:30 p.m. with a card party.
Bridie, canasta, samba, scrabble and other- ames will be
laved. Door prises will be awarded, and a raffle held.
Following the tea, to be served at 4 p.m., a fashion show
will be presented at
Mrs. J. Merton Ford of Pana Panama
ma Panama City is chairman in charge of
rrangemen s with Mrs. Warner
Scott Bodimon of Balboa Heights
serving" as co-chairman.
Ticket?, which were placed on
sale last week, nuy be purchased
t the .-Inter-American Women s
Ciub headquarle-s in the Tivoli
Guest House. Ancun. at the lAWt
Thr ft Shop on Automobile Row or
from cjtimmmee memoers
Hausman, Mrs. Stephen G. Kent,
Mrs. Rober J. Boyd and Mrs.
Harold J. Zierten.
Visitor in Pmimi
A social evening of this week in
Panama City was a luncheon
given by Mrs. Lu7 G. de Mendez
at her residence.
Thn vpnt honored Mrs. Maria
m cjmmmee memoe --; --
Mrand MrCsRodimon a,. Ury of 'he Embassy of : Panama
Mrs. Earner u. auooh. m. r.
Johnson, Mrs. Frank H Harring Harrington,
ton, Harrington, Mrs. Warren H Smith. Mr-:.
Thomas S. McKibbon, Mm. Ben Ben-lamin
lamin Ben-lamin Chen, Mrs. Doris de Irna,
Mrs. T. E. Oglesby, Mrs. A. N.
Gooch, Mrs. Vernon E Williams,
Mrs Ji Carl Baquie, Mrs Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence Adler, Mrs. Angus Mathen Mathen-tv,
tv, Mathen-tv, Mrs. Robert Elmore. .Mrs.
John D. Mavles, Mrs. John F.
Warlick Mrs. Wi'liam R. Jones,
Mrs. Te'-enee 0. Ford. Mrs. F.rwm
C Ford Mrs. Budd HaoerstKK,
Louis Armstrong and his orches orchestra.
tra. orchestra. Tickets for the dance are on
sale at the club bar, or may be
obtained from members of the
fir th htvet post lime as
I x a j.v xvt, v ...
I well as door prize and s ot
prizes have oeen nonaiea oy .-h-
vml Panama distilleries. Music
Mrs. Carden S. Shekell, Mrs. Otto will be furnished by Panama
LAI JS 111 V -uwwj
iii Salvador, who is visiting in this
city lor a tew aays.
Gambos Golf Club
Plans Halloween Ball
The Gamboa Golf Club will be
the scene of a ga.la Halloween b-nl
tomorrow evening, beginning at 8
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Halloween Gaiety Premised
For Ft. GolicW Dance Tonight
The Fort Gulick Officer's Club
will have a Halloween Dance this
evening, and advance prepara preparations
tions preparations indicated thi party should be
as successful as club Halloween af
fairs in the past. The costume
ball will begin at 9 p.m.
.TsDt. S. Rososkv is heading the
pn ertilnmeihl committee Nu
merous prfze will be awarded,
including prizes for the best cos costumes.
tumes. costumes. Music for dancing will be pro provided
vided provided by Danny Bishop, and his
orchestra and trio.
CONTINUED ON PAGE IVI)
To Accept Degree
From Bard College
ANNANDALE ON-HUDSON. N
Y ni-t Si (UPI) -Pablo Casals
world famous cellist, has been
awarded a degree ot Doctor oi
Humane Letters from Bard Col College,
lege, College, it was announced here yesterday.
Casals, will receive the degree
ih absentia. At present ne is at
home in Santurce, Puerto Rico. It
will be the first degree the 81-year-old
maestro has accepted frnm
an American institution of higher
TAYLOR ARIVES IN JAKARTA
JAKARTA. Indonesia (UP1)
Gen. Maxwell D. Tavlor, U.
Army chief of staff, arrived
Thursday on what he emDhasi7"d
was a get-acquainted visit with
the leaders of th Indonesian sov sov-ernment
ernment sov-ernment and its military officials.
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FACING FACTS A pretty
Nassau vacationer reminds the
beach crowd that Halloween is
jusf around the corner as she
sips refreshment from a pumpkin-faced
N E. W SPN'
Boy Scout Counsil
Annual Dinner Meeting
The Canal Zone Council of the
Boy Scouts of America will hold
their annual dinner business meet meeting
ing meeting at the Tivoli Guest House Tues
Election of new officers, and the
presentation of annual reports of
the council's operating commit committees
tees committees by Council President, Brig
adier General George i eniauer,
are the principal itema on the
The program will begin at 6:30
p.nu With dinner served promtly
at 7. Reservations for the meeting
may still be obtained by calling
Quarry Heights 4261. All council
members and scouters art in
vited to attend.
If you II
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with cinnamon and anise seed. Sauce then serves as erary
BY GAYNOR MAODOX, NA bod and Markets Editor
A fabulous roast duck spiced
with anise seed and cinnamon
took honors- at the American
Spice Trade Association "United
Nations" dinner held at the She Sheraton
raton Sheraton Hotel East in New -York.
The lengthy menufeatured dish dishes
es dishes from 21 countries Flags and
flowers from those countries gave
beauty 10 the large room,
Here's a snorienea version, oi
Anntlire fvlnn Cllrrv Puffs:
Morocco Moorish Kebabs; Israel
Dinnai" Casta Rira Saba tU
Mai? (corn soudV Goleta: China
Chinese Roast Duck; Pakistan
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rea ruiao vpea man.
States Brandied Sweet Potatoes;
Tanartfl Snieed Gnoseherries:
Holland Luxe Broodjes (popuy
seea roots); Belgium aiaae en endive
dive endive (endive salad); France
Pnirps Jnhilpps- Norwav Norwe-
eian Krumkrake'r (Norwegian wa
Chinese Roast Duck (4 servinos)
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of a 4 to 5 pound duck. Rub tl-
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nion, 2 tablespoons finely chopped
ceiery, l'i teaspoons sugar,
teaspoon ground cinnamon, Vs tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon whole anise seed, 1-3 cup
seya sauce and 1 cup water. Bring
to boiling point.
Tie the duck's neck tightly wth
a string so the sauce will not seep
out while cooking. Pour the hot
savice inside the duck. Sew up
the. yent tightly to prevent the
sauce from bubbling out. Rub the
outside of the duck with a little
salt. Place on a rack, breast side
up, in a roasting pan. Cook in a
preheated slow oven (325 degrees
F;) 20 minutes. Then, heat 1 cup
water with 2 tablespoons honey,
2 tablespoons cider vinegar, Vh
taspoons soya sauce and and 3' a
teaspoons salt and brush over the
skin of the bird.
Continue cooking V& hours or
until duck is done, basting at 20 20-minute
minute 20-minute intervals with the sauce.
Remove from the oven, drain
sauce into a saucepan. Thicken
with 1 teaspoon cornstarch mixed
with 2 teaspoons water. Cook un until
til until slightly thickened. Serve sep separately
arately separately as gravy.
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panied accompanied by U.S. Charge d' Affaires
Robinson Mcllvaine. Wiley is 'n
Lisbon as an observer on the
American delegation to the con-
ference. for the revision of the
convention for the protection of
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to 4-Dajr Assembly
the Panama branch of th,
Watch Tower Bible and Tract So.
cletv nrwnaH a fnni-.il.n ; 1
-i iviii-ut uauuillj
assembly -of Jehovah's Witnesses
The gatherim lg being. held in
that Watch Tower Society's head
auarters in Ei Canarejo anj is for
the purpose of Bible instruction
and concentrated gospel preach
injr in this area. :? v- ,
All four days -of th assembly
will consist of Bible talks, discus discus-sions
sions discus-sions and demnnstrstirHn mn't.
eleed after the "Divine Will Inter,
national Assemblv" held reconily
in New York's Ylnkee .Stadiuni
and Polo Grounds. AH sessions ara
open to the public without cabrf.
A. V. Raoer. Panama, Wai
Tower brnch supervisor of minisfc
ergj; win ne ine featured speaKir.
He will annanr nn tha nrnnnm mtt
four days and will deliver the raai
puduc aaaress at 7:30 p.m. Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. HU, subject is, "The, Watch ...
Tower Society In God's Purpose."
Delegates frorf ,Boe$ 'MTot6,
Chlrioue.'Verairrta'; Puehbt ;Nne. y
vo, VRio ;Bajo. tolori: ; ABabnat!
ai WMara;a4iva nd-rthf-
arras are exoeciea- ,io auena. si similar
milar similar assembties-Ttre being -lield
in nvpr 1(W riiffarant lanria anH i.
lands of the sea. An attendanet
oi over 1,000 is expected.
The regular meeting of Club Al Al-tamira
tamira Al-tamira srhednlod fnr Snnilair h.m
been postponed in order to af
ford member of the group opportu opportunity
nity opportunity to join in the memnrial Hav
The next session of the club
"I" ire neiu on rnaay, iov. u,
at the unusual place of business.
CELEBRATE NOW 3rd & 4th
MONDAY INDEPENENCE DAY
SPECIAL PANAMANIAN tISHES
WILL BE FEATCRED AT THE
LUNCH from 12 noon 5 p.m. Balboa Room
(with, dance music)
and at the
e NOV. 3rd: DINNER-DANCE from 7 p.m.
In the air conditioned Bella Vista.
Clarence Martin's orchestra provides music.
e The exciting Argentine folklore dance trio
DOLORES, SURESO nd CIMARRON
perform at 9 it 11:30 p.m.
TUESDAY FLAG DAY
After the beautiful flaff paraclj enjoy the
Barbecue at the cabasa club from noon.
SPECIAL OPENING that night of
the famous Chilean Folklore group
at 9:30 ft 11:30 p.m.
Clarence Martin and his Orchestra play
t for dining and dancing.
No cover no minimum
For dinner table reservations
? M call rnaltrt d'hote!
FRIDAY, OCTOBER .11, Uil i
iU JMNAOU AJUUmCAN AN K.JUiU -LKAW IUJL2" t."Sir. Si' Ai tU
r Ail It ru-
J? d ci it (i a n i Otlt
Friends Congratulate Cevple
Congratulation ,. "were s extended
yesterday to Dr. Antonio Alberola,
Spanish Consul in Colon, and Mrs.
Alberola, who 1 celebrated their
' Retorna Freiw'Trla rj'fi 'Q-'.y-lira,
Rosario. Guardia de Ariat
lADIATiOH-FftCE ZONES At
NORTH AND SOUTH POLES
LOOPHOLES INTO SPACE
The recently discovered bann
of leihal radiation around tne
earth may not b V barrier in
space travel as ftrsl thought.'
Dr. Herbert York; chiel Penta-j
gon scientist, Mys that there
are radiation lree. .soaes near
ithe poles through which .men
feould safely leap into apace.
IDr. York says that, except jif
taete "holes," data Iron ; lh
(Explorer IV satellite show; the,
Iradiatioh belt apparently ex ex-Itends
Itends ex-Itends S0m Hes etitf ;
I. :.J. C.jMi -"
Makes Final Plans
For Annual Via
Final plans are now being, made
by the Junta Femenlna de Bene
ficencia for its annual benefit tea.
to be held at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil A: Warner on Monday,
As an added attraction, a group
of young ladies will model the la
test fashions. : .;. .
The tea will 'be from to p.m.
Invitations, have been issued on
both sides of the Isthmus.
The proceeds will go towards
the Christmas., baskets distributed
annually among 300 needy famil famil-ters.
ters. famil-ters. coffee Matches and camp
les in Panama during the past 12
has returned to Panama from a
trip .to Buenos Aires. ;r .
Mrs. jrlcene Entertains 5 '?
Wives Of Diplomatic Corps
1 Mrs. Rosa da Briceflo. wife of
the Ambassador of Venezuela id
Panama General Gabriel Briceno
Pacneco, entertained this week at
the Embassy lor wives of the Di Diplomatic
plomatic Diplomatic Cprps and o her friends,
Dance Students Perform
Tonight On Television i v
Appearing this evening at 8 p.m.
on CFN television will be two
teams of students of the Harnett
and Dunn Studios. The El Gaucho
the Boogie Mambo will highlight
' Students presented i during the
show will be Brendita Barnthouse
and' Joe Reynolds, Sheila Holcroft
andt Andrew Binley. ?
Entertain Per Friends
The Ministeii Plenipotentiary of
Japan Ken Ninomiya entertained
this week with a dinner, party for
a small group of friends at the
Japanese Legation in Golf
On Atlantic Side 5
Catholic churches of the Atlant Atlantic!
ic! Atlantic! side have schheduled smasses
for All Saints' Day tomorrow as
follows: ; .,:
Miraculous Medal Church, New
Cristobal: 6 'a.m. rand 5:15. p.m.
Holy Family Church, Margari Margaritas
tas Margaritas 8 a.m. and 5:15 p.m.
Gatum: ; $ p.m.. Coco Solo: 9:30
St. Joseph's Church, Colon: 6
and 8 a.m. and 6 p.m..
,St Vincent' Church,; Rainbow
City: 6:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.
CpnfessiWsllv be; heard in all
these churches before the evening
Mass. In Coco Solo, confessions
will begin at 9 a.jn.,
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building ; and properties.
Free service and collec collections.
tions. collections. S.
. Inter-American Building;
, and Loan Association.
32-21 Justo Arosemena Ave.
Best to give best to get
a gift of Gorham Sterling!
1 be elegance and simplicity of fsmtnn Gorham flatware are v
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The late P. Hal Sims claimed
that superstition had.no place in
a card game, but U he did have a
lucky suit it was spades,
Of course, that is pretty good
superstition to have since the
spade suit outranks all others and
the man with spades can outbid
anyone else. y
It i recent : duplicate most
North players liked their defense
against hearts to such a great ex
tent that they stayed out of the
bidding end wached their vulner
able opponents bid. and make an
easy heart game.
Frank Farley of Fort Worth
chose to make a light takeout
double and his partner Bill Shurt-
Jeff went on to four spades which
West opened the ace of dia
monds and continued the, suit.
Bill ruffed in dummy and played
the king of spades. East look his
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ruffed ; his last diamond with
dummy's ten of spades; led
dummy's last spade and finessed
against East's jack of trumps.
He wound up by pulline East's
last trump and conceding a trick
to the King of clubs. Four spades
doubled end made constituted : a
fine top, but the funny thing a-
nout the land hand was that four
spades down one or two would
still have been top. Every other
North-South pair let Eas and West
make their heart game.
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jumps to two no-trump. What
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) "Prop
the knife. Mineo!" Sixteen year year-oia
oia year-oia Sai iuineo, a snarl on n.s lip
and switchblade knhe in his hot
little hand, zoomed to movie fame
more lhan three vears ago in the
film, "Rebel Withou. a Cause.'
Nine mov es later, with the same
snarl on his lips and a bigger
switch-blade In his hand, there
was nu doubt about it.
SAL MINEO was Hollywood's
teen-age Public Enemy No. 1.
His salary proved it. His fan
following proved it. And tough
neighborhood kids asking him 10
prove i proved it. He was Sal
Mineo, boy ganster.
Thai s when Sal became a re rebel
bel rebel WITH a cause and said to
"Drop the knife, Mineo!
Drop it he did and that's when
Hollywood dropped Sal Mineo.
Unless, he went on playing boy
gangsters, that is. And that!
when Sal Mineo dropped Holly Holly-wood,
wood, Holly-wood, going on a year-anda-half
ait-down r ke against movie type typecasting
casting typecasting becluso.
WELL. LET'S 'let Sal Mineo
tell it. This teen-age idol of it a.
lian parentage, with dark flashing
eyes and curly eyelashes. Is 38
,nH headed for stardom in
three big movies designed for a-
dult s well as juvenue appen.
"Well." be grinned to me,
wts snarling the same wy
every movie end snapping that
switchblade knife and the monay
was great. But I kept asking
myseli, 'What happens after this?
Will 1 be abie iu uq auyin.ng
else?' I had studied acting in
New York, playeu m Broaaway,
snows 'like 'The Rose Tattoo' and
'The King and I.'
"Bui the only things Hollywood
wanted me to do were cheap
teen-age thrill movies. I turned
them down. I'd had the boy gang gangster
ster gangster bit. Then they started offer offering
ing offering me westerns but .he -roles
were the same boy gangster. out
wes.. So I went home (New York)
and did television and recorded
some. songs ('Start Moving' wis
a big teen-age hit) and I figured
mayoe someday there would be a
movie I could do."
THE MOVIE Sal Mineo could,
and did, do 18 months la er Was
Walt Disney's "Tonka." The sto story
ry story is about White Bull, a Sioux
Indian boy whose uncle is Sitting
Bull, and a crazy wild horse nam named
ed named Tonka. The little Indian lad
tames Tonka and then boy loses
horse to the U.S. cavalry. Boy
meets horse again when Tonka
survives Cus er's last stand.
"Tonka" will be released just
before Christmas and Sal Mineo's
movie career as a reformed teen teenage
age teenage public enemy No. 1 is back
in high gear and there isn't a
switchblade knife in sight. He'll
soon be playing the title role in
"The Gene Krupa Story," which
has been written in such a way
that it will be a musical love sto story
ry story instead of a sordid fight-a-gainst-dops
IS A DAY TO
P. J1IANGIMAL, COLON
WILL OPEN THEIR NEW STORE PREMISES
AT THE CORNER OF FRONT & NINTH STREET
(formerly MOTTA'S STORE)
VISIT AISD SEE
THE REMODELLED INTERIOR
NEW MODELS OF ORIENTAL FURNITURE,
' AFTER THAT Sal goes to the
South Seas to play the Ramon
Ndvarro role in a remake of one
of Hollywood's greatest romantic
hits, "The Pagan."
He's playing another "tough
punk" role in "Pursuit" on CBS CBS-TV
TV CBS-TV Oct. 15 but Mineo shrugs it
off: "This punk isn't tough he's
just scared. He come? on tough
but audiences will wind up weep weeping
ing weeping over him. IT's a show w i h
There's nothing like 19-yearpld
enthusiasm and Mineo is loaded
with ii. Like learning to vride
bareback In three Weeks for "Tun-
ka." The horse threw him' Jie
says, "so many timej I couldn't
move." But now Disney keeps in inviting
viting inviting friends to his projection
room to show them the opening
of the picture. As Sal tells it:
"YOU SIE this Idiot dasfimg
n uver me counirysiae on WIS
crazy wild horse and finally you
realize it isn't an idiot it's ME."
JNow he's beatin' Jhose drums
for the Krupa film. Even if
Gene himself will record the
wild beats. Sal wants to make
it look good, just like he made
rioing xonxa jook good.
room at Drum c
live mere, urum City Is a store
in Hollywood selling only drums
and one of its practice rooms has
a sign reading: "Reserved for
tat 4 'i, -. ?
s j Sit 7
RIFLEMEN of Compny A, 1st BatUe Group, 20th Infantry Fort iCobbe flrcdT the weapon qualification course last week ori
the Kobbe range and turned in what was termed by tht unit aa. outstanding scores. In the above photo, from left to right,
the experts and the scores they med are: gt. John Arthur, fired 2Hx 250 with: the M-l rifle on the known distance range;
Sfc Glenn Gehringer, fired 208 x 250 with the .utomfrtic rifla on th transition xherWc.' Ronald; rMunter,-fired 160x250
with the M-l rifle on the transition range; Sgt. Alberto Rillamaa, fired 218x250 with the M-l rifle on the known, distance
ranee' set Juan Perez-Perez, fired 217 x 250 with the M-l rifle on the known distance range; and 6fc. Vernon Harris fired
218 x 250 with the M-l rifle on the known distance range.-- Army Thoto) v :
Hume To Complete
Studies For Degree
At Florida Stale
Lt Col. Albert G. Hume, execu executive
tive executive officer, G-l Section. Head Head-nurt.rs.
nurt.rs. Head-nurt.rs. U.S. Army Caribbena.is
expected to leave the Panero a a-rea
rea a-rea in January for Tallahassee,
Fla where he will complete his
educational requirements for a
bachelor of scie""e degree in so
cial science at Florida Mate yw-
Versity- 14 J- T?C1T
Hume has been attending FSU
extension courses m the Canal
Zone and to earn his degree must
successfully complete 30 hours of
residence study at Tallahassee,
A native of Brookfieldr ;s.i ;
suburb of Chicago, Hume will Ve
accompanied to Florida' by his
wife, Jean, and their children, Ste
phen and Deborah. After receiving
i.;. f. In Aiimist ,1959. he Will
u.-j m hi. mw assienment at
Fort Riley. Kans., with the 1st In Infantry
fantry Infantry Division.
Prior to completing FSU's cour
ses Hume had a"eniied the Univer
.sr nt Toy a 5 Northwestern Unl
versity and the University of Geor
62-DAY COMA OV BR
' HUDDERSlELD, R n g 1 a n d
(UPI) A Pan American Boeing
jet airliner with 111 passengers
aboard, made a non scheduled
landing at Shannon Airport Thurs Thursday
day Thursday because of bad weather con conditions
ditions conditions in Paris. The nlane was
on a flight from New York.
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COLONTth St. & Bolivar Ave. No. 6075
Claims He Invented
'Blue Light' First
Two books on the life of ThSo ThSo-dore
dore ThSo-dore Roosevelt, "The Free Citizen"
and "A Tneodore Roosevelt Round
up" were placed in circulation
tn.s week. Dy the Canal zone Li Li-brary.
; "Tne Free Citizen' wss edited
by Herman Hsgedorn, authority
on the iiie o'i Koosevelt. who is
curren.ly. serving as director i and
secretary ot the uneoaore Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt Centennial Commission.
Hagedo n will visit the Canal
Zone during the Centennial cele celebration
bration celebration ana is ccheduled to speaV
St the special session Of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Fos. ot the Socie y of A A-merican
merican A-merican Military Engineers, Nov.
10, at the Tivoli Guest House.
Selections from Roosevelt's writ writings
ings writings and stories trora his record
are included in this book Which
has been edited to demonstrate
Ihe interplay of word and act,- in
Roosevelt's presentation of 1 the
principles of good government.
Hagedorn's writing slso appears
in "A Theodore Roosevelt Round
up wmcn was eaued ny sianey
This book tells the story ot
Roosevelt as President, builder
of the Panama Canal, Nobel
Peace Prizewinner and advocate
of a s rong Navy, emphasizing
the many sides of his well-round
ed personality. ;
Cartoons of the periods and se selections
lections selections from Roosevelt's speeches
and writings, along with interest interesting
ing interesting side-lights from distinguish I
contemporaries such as Willi m
Beebe, Robert Frost, O tOj H.
Kahn, William Allen White -4 and
many others, are included in this
The complete list of new books
and their authors follows:
Nen-FJcllon: A Very Far Coun Country,
try, Country, M: E. von Almedingen;
Woodrow Wilson and The Pontics
of Morality, J. M. Blum; Golden
Sovereign. Richsrd Church; Prinje
of Carpetbaggers, Jonathan Dan Daniels;
iels; Daniels; The Boole Df Unusual Quota Quotations,
tions, Quotations, R. F. Flesch: Once A t u n d
The Sun, Ronald Fraser; 600 Mil Million
lion Million Chinese, Robert Guillain; A
Theodore Roosevelt Round-up, Her Herman
man Herman Hsgodorn: Irish Songs, Burl
Ives; Persia, L. Loekhsrt; int
The Silk, Ian MackerSey; Execu Executive
tive Executive Careers For Women, Fran Frances
ces Frances Maule; Paul Manship, Edwin
Murtha; Ceraffiics Fer The Art Artist
ist Artist Potter, F. H. Norton; The
Free Citizen, Theodore Roosevelt;
Beyond My Worth, Lillian Roth;
and Water Color, W. B. Schim Schim-mel.
mel. Schim-mel. Fiction: Les Adieux. F. R. Bas Bas-tide;
tide; Bas-tide; The Blond In Black, Benja Benjamin
min Benjamin Benson; The Woman In The
Woods, Lee Blaekstock; The Mis Mission.
sion. Mission. Dean Brelis; The Drs Drs-gon
gon Drs-gon Tree, Victor Canning; Sage Sagebrush
brush Sagebrush Swindle. Peter Field;; Eus Eustace
tace Eustace and Hilda, L. P. Hartley;
Varices Of Love, Herbert Kubly;
Womon and Thomas Harrow, Jt
P," Mauand; and Around The
World With Auntie Mame, E
Commie Strong Mjn
At Danish Congress
COPSNHAGkN, Denmirk, Oct.
81 (UPI) Communist slronf-srm
guards scuffled today with press
and movie cameramen trying to
photograph a lesding Kremlin
'Stsirnist," the star guest t the
Danish Communist arty' 20 h
congress which opened this morn morning.
ing. morning. .
The Kremlin visitor to the clos closed
ed closed doer congress ;in Copengagen's
parliament building is Pjotr. N.
Pospelof ( secretary of the Russian
party's central committee and
candidate member of the powerful
d which Cherenkov will share The Communists osted bodv-
lqullyiWitJ iym othftr SovietreJ gUHids on the approaches to the
Searchers. 1 1 i' 4 1 ti cohgress chamber and tried to bar
aim specijuors Eeume
PARIS, OCt. 31 (UPI)- French
scientist Prof. Lucien Mallet calim
ed today lie was the inventor of
the "blue l'ght" radiation for
Which Soviet professor Dr. Pavel.
A. Cherenkov was awarded the
1651 Nubtl prize for physics.
Mallet tharged the Soviet scient scientists
ists scientists had merely copied his papers
with only casual modifications.-
Mallet made Ihe accusation in
newspaper statements published
in the mas-circulation dailies Fi Figaro
garo Figaro and France-Soir.
,. Mallet said he did not seek, the
t,730 Associated with th awjrdrf f
The French scientist said all he
demands is the recognition he wag
first to make the discovery. Mal Mallet
let Mallet said he will ask Francis Perrin,
chairman of the French Atomic
Energy Commissar a. to make 4
statement to this effect, s.
In Aden Colony
ADEN, Oct. 81 (UPI) -'Rioting
broke out in the streets of this
British colony on the Arabian
coat today in protest against the
jsiling of a trade union newspaper
editor for pusblishing articles- al alleging
leging alleging bribery in the courts.
Several stores and houses were
set on fire and a car owned by
" '"sh civilian went up in
Police opened fire the rioters
and offieils appealed for army
Single Wage Plan
To Pe Discussed:
At Caucus Tonight
' Members 'of local 00, : AFSC-MF-
AFL-CIO. wlll meet tonight
at 7: SO in the Santa Crus Service
Center to hear a discussion of the
Canal Zone Single Wage Plsn.
Gordon M.' Frlck,' executive sec secretary
retary secretary for the Canal Zone Civilian
Personnel Policy Coordinating
Board, will address the .group
nesr the door as the Communis a j
delegated arrived. r-
7 Several scuffles developed on the
stairs leading to the congress, and
only the personal intervention of
parlisment speaker Gustav Ped Ped-ersen
ersen Ped-ersen got the press through.
. The press got their picture of
Pospelof, believed, here on Mos Moscow
cow Moscow orders to lay down a tough
une against Titoists in the Danish
Rf QUEST MODERN ARMS
AiAiMLA (UPI) President
Carlos ; P. Garcia wants modern!
arms from the United States io
bolster his country's defenses, it
was reported today.
APPEALS FOR RECRUITS
, SS; f;' .'...--. ..
LONDON (UPI)-British Home
Secretary R. A. Butler yesterday
night appealed for many new
recruits for the Civil Defense
Corps, wM' has 600,000
volunteer members. flH
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ft Hdbgbbliri' Chargesi In Tonight's
, tdvanct that h foresai"hobsobinchirgM.of;"socialitmn and discuss serious iisuet such" as the governmant daflolt'and unemployment; t
it ; Thf President delivers his final speech before next Tuesday's Con grassional election at' a Baltimore, Md.f rally. He will speak over a nar
tional radio'and television "network at 9 p.m. Vi' 4 ' v
I 37 ,-Vce-Pre$ident Richard M. NixOirtlso' makes his last pre-election s peech at Seattle, Wash., tonight. Mfrjor Demoofitic campaigners includ including
ing including former President Truman, AdUi C. Stevenson and Senate Democratic leader Lyndon B. Johnson vyill make their windup speeches tomorrow
. In advance ot k Elsenhower's
speech tonight, Democratic na national
tional national chairman Paul M.' Butler
called on the L President- to
"throw away the hobgoblin
speech your ghosts have written
lor your Hallowe'en v tampaign
windup.i .and tallcVbout Jacts
and the real lssuei of the cam;
Butler said Eisenhower and
Nixon have been "putting on a
trick-or-trat act In business
suits" and "searing the day.
, lights out of smalt children
and big contributors. ; with
fuch scary Jack-o-lanterns as"
'radicalism', socialism' and
hr-bralned schemes'." , ,
' 1 1
,Tcntghtk when we'll have
plenty of scary young folks
knocking at our doors- ani
threatening : horrendous things
unless they are bribed off with
bubble g'aro and cindy com, It
would be good for us All to have
a more serious performance on
tlw television screen,"; the Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic chairman said:
Butler cited heavy Democratic
?iajorlties in Congress for the
resident's foreign aid and trade
programs, contrasted with OOP
opposition, to refute Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's suggestion tithe Democrats
He said the recession, not the
Democrats,, was to .blame for
Else hhower's "spectacularly
Unbalanced budgets" and de demanded
manded demanded to know If it wis
"hare-brained" and "socislis
tic" to criticise the unemploy unemployment
ment unemployment situation Mnd to "won "wonder
der "wonder out loud why the admin-,
Istratlon doe nothing while
prices rise during two reces recession!."
sion!." recession!." Johnson, In a speech at In Indianapolis,
dianapolis, Indianapolis, Ind., last night, said
Eisenhower had led the OOP In
making "a startling request that
the American people purge a re responsible
sponsible responsible Democratic Congress."
The president of the United
States should know, that' the
American people do- not Uke--n
matter what the source-the
idea of a political purge," John Johnson
son Johnson said, ,, i
vV----v,','i ... ;;'-l-V'";
I would remind the PresL
: dent and his associates ? thai,
the aecempllshments be new
holds forth as his own are the
works of a Democratic Con
- Eisenhower's trip to Baltimore
takes him into another state In
which, the OOP- is .fighting to
hang on to a governorship and
a U,8; Senate seat-..
It was his third and shortest'
of the campaign coming after
a three-state swing In the East
earlier this week and a previous
trip to the West Coast and back.
Nixon hit Port Podge. Iowa,
and Wichita, Kn., yesterday in
farm belt states where the gop
.is trying to unseat two Democra Democra-tic
tic Democra-tic governors. ;
' He was to soeakthis after
noon at Billings, Mont., before
fixing to Seattle. Both of today's
appearances were in states
where the Republicans have on only
ly only the faintest hopes of unseat unseating
ing unseating incumbent Democratic senators.
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toys For The Poor
The Psnama-Balboa Council
the Knights of Columbus is
lecting toys, tools and clothing
which will be given iwy to the
needy people of Panama during
To. make the
problem of col
lection, as easy as possible the
Knights of Columbus have set up
a huge box on tne first floor of
their building in Bslboa. People
who desire to donate may leave
their contributions at the -Council
building at their convenience.
Grand knight Fred Mohl tald
items should be in the best posi-
ble condition, but anything will be
greatly appreciated. More than a-
pything else, it has been brought
to the attention of the Council
that, 'ools are of the utmos. im
Fire Destroys Tug,
Kill Crew Meunber
In Culf Of Suez
PORT SUEZ, Oct. 31 (UPI)
r ire destroyed a tue moored it an
oifpier in I the Gulf of Suez last
night, killing one member of the
crew and wounding II others, five
Firemen took four hours in r.
tlnguish the flames which devour devour-ed
ed devour-ed 1.800 tons of oil and threatened
nearby storage tanks.
Damage was estimated at 14.-
000 dollars. The cause is being
SI. Paul's Fissla
Set For Tonight
At Jamaica Society
"Fiesta 1958? -sponsored, by the
St. Paul's Episcopal Church of this
city comet off tonight at the Ja Jamaica
maica Jamaica Society Hall. Archdeacon
Lemuel B. Shirley announced to today.
day. today. The Fiesta is an annual parish
effort sponsored jointly by all the
various auxiliaries' of i he church
to bring members and friends to together
gether together for an evening of enjoy enjoyment,
ment, enjoyment, and is usually attended by
an overlow crowd.
A bumper attendance is anticip anticipated
ated anticipated this year, and special sr sr-raneements
raneements sr-raneements have been made to
enstre that all those attending
will receive the usual accomoda accomodations
tions accomodations which have been accorded
in the past.
Coronation of rulers for the fiesta
who were chosen during an elec election
tion election in which friendly rivalry fi finally
nally finally ended with the selection of
Joan I and Roberto I will be the
main attraction.. Their majesties
will arrive at the scene amid the
usual pomp and ceremony to be
crowned as monarchs to rule over
Hungary Is Miffed
At U.S. Request
To Release Cardinal
BUDAPEST, ,Oct. 31 (IJPI) -Hungary
charged the United
States with provocation and inter interference
ference interference today for sending a nole
asking for the release of Jozsef
Government press chief Laszlo
Gyaros said the American note,
aimd at permitting the cardinal
to end the papal conclave, cons
tituted "a rude provocation and
gross interference in the Internal
affairs of Hungary." He said the
U.S. state departmen carries in
a continuing policy of interference,
ftvarnt reDeated ihe Hungarian
contention that Mindstenty. who
sought refuge In the U.S. legation
here two years ago, cannot leave
the country because he was sen
tenced for high treason and has
no finished his sentence.
Gyaros also denied reports that
Communist demonstrat ons had
taken plice in front of the Ame
rican legation hre last week.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAlLX MEWKf APEk
Tuttle Scores Again AMWWmmm.
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Fails To Arrive Should Be Another Thriller h::;,;;:i:::;:;:v::;::r:r
Fleet Back Speeds 75 Yards
Behind Good Blocking For TD
Balboa High .
Lost Tied Pet.
1 0 .750
, "j 1 .500
2 1 .333
2 0 .333
By TREVOR SIMONS
Carl Tuttle, the fleet-footed Ath Athletic
letic Athletic Club back and former Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal High gridder, broke up a tight
CHS-AC game for the second time
this year. The first time these two
teams met this year, Tuttle ran a
Cristobal kick-off back some 80
yards to tie the score and so short
Cristobal as to cause their defeat.
Last night Tuttle was at it again.
This time from scrimmage on his
own 25 yard line, Carl Tuttle broke
out over his own left tackle and
getting some good blocking, sped
75 vards to the Tiger end zone and
the margin of victory. The Ram s
6-0 win over CHS gave them a
good full game advantage in the
Isthmian football title race.
On another muddy field, both
teams played defensive ball for
most of the game. In the sea of
mud the Tigers played their sec second
ond second successive game with only
one first down and the winning
Athletic Club were able to score
only three-. The Tigers went with without
out without a fumble, but the Ram's Jack
Corrigan fumbled four times and
three were recovered by Cristobal.
On one play, late in the fourth
quarter, the A.C. quarterback, on
fourth down and one yard to go on
Cristobal's 35. broke through all
th wav to the Tifier 18. but let
the slippery ball escape his grasp
when hit and Cristobal's Don
Humphreys recovering to stop
what appeared to be the beginning
of another Athletic Club drive.
The Tiger's first String got a rest
for most of the game of the gape
and the fans had good look at
the CHS team for 1959. Cristobal
had only 29 plays from scrim scrimmage,
mage, scrimmage, six more than in their last
game, but the Tiger second team
sfcniveri an pnual amount of deter
mination in defensive play as did
thi first sauad aeainst the Bull-
does last week.
Tuttle was the only player last
nii?ht to comDile anv amount of
vardaee to sneak of. Turtle's 75
yard run for the D with four min
utes left in the half, plus anoth.
er 17 yard run were his big gain
ers. The Ram's halfback had a to
tal of 112 vards gained and the
runner-up for the night, his team teammate
mate teammate Jack Corrigan, had only 31,
Cervexa Balboa, manager
Leon Kellman today at noon
was still awaiting the arrival
of outfielder Barry Shetrone
who bad been scheduled to
reach Tocumen airport 'rom
the U.S. last night.
Kellman and general man manager
ager manager Felix Luciani waited at
the airport until long after
11:30 last night, the time the
player was expected.
The flyhawk, who was with
Vancouver, Open Classification
Pacific Coast League, last sea season,
son, season, will play center field for
the Beermen when the 1958-59
Panama Professional Baseball
League gets underway Not. 19.
To Whip Costa
Marlboro Still Hopes;
To Get Lefty
Admits He Looked
Bad In Winning Boul
ROCHESTER. N.Y. (UPI)-
Rorv Calhoun, who wants a crack
at the middleweight crown, said
today his one-sided victory over
Franz Szuzina added little to his
claim as Ray Robinson's logical
The heavy punching White
Plains, N.Y., boxer, showed sin sincerity
cerity sincerity as he sat with his head
bowed in his dressing room
Wednesday night. He had just
pounded out a unanimous 10-round
decision over Szuzina, who showed
a disinclination to fight.
Service Center Theatres
BALBOA 6:15 8:05
Dan Dalley Clarie Kelly
Officials of the Marlboro club of
l he Panama Professional Base
ball League today still held hopes
of acquiring left handed pucner
Tom Borland, who they said had
agreed, to day in Panama during
the season which begins Nov. 19,
but later jumped to Venezuela a
Borland, wha worked for Min Minneapolis,
neapolis, Minneapolis, Class AAA American
Association, last aaason, hat al already
ready already Won throa gemot and lost
nono for tha Pastora team in
According to Marlboro manager
Stanford Graham, the president of
National Association. Georee R.
Trautraan, has promised to look
into the matter and if it can be
proven that Borland has' commit
ted an infraction, the hurler will
be returned to the Panam League
COCO SOLO 7:00
"Thunder Over Arizona"
In Cinemascope & Color!
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
In Cinemascope & Color!
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
"Painting The Clouds
Lee J. Cobb Gia Scala
"THE GARMENT JUNGLE"
Mario Lanza, Marlsa Allasio
"The Seven Hills of Rome"
In Cinemascope & Color!
lAlan Ladd Rossana Podesta
In Cinemascope & Color!
Owl Show 10:30 p.m,
r'Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo'
MARGARITA 6:15 & 8:15
"SMILEY GETS A GUN"
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
"Gun Battle at Monterrey"
CAMP BIERD 7:00
Jack Sernas Kurt Kaszar
"JUMP INTO HELL"
Owl Show 10:30 p m.
Cominf November 23rd
The Glenn Miller Orchestra'
BALBOA COCO SOLO
"I know I looked bad out there
tonight," Calhoun aid, "but its
wasn't my fault really. I tried to
make a fight of it but the Ger German
man German kept running away. We ex expected
pected expected him to come in and fight."
The slim crowd of 2,178 showed
their disapproval by booing lustily
when the ,bout ended. A national
television audience also witnessed
the fight in Rochester's War Me Memorial.
morial. Memorial. The three ring officials favored
Calhoun on a rounds basis as fol follows:
lows: follows: Referee Joe Palmer, 7-1-2:
Judee Harold McGrath, 9-1, and
Judge Charles Disalvo, 8-2.
Tonight To Honor
Two basketball games will be
played at the National Gym to
night in honor of the brithday an
niversary of Generalissimo Chiang
The first game will be played
between Chinese teams of Pana
ma and Colon at 7:30 p.m. The
second game will be played be between
tween between a Panama selection and the
Colon selection at 9 p.m.
A trophy will be presented to
the winner of each game. Admis
sion is free.
Today Encanto .251
At 9:00 p.m.
LOS MONARCAS DEL AIRE
On the Screen:
7:00 TOftAY 9:00
51.10 PER CAR!
Robert RYAN in
City Beneath The Sea
mitw vnnir niPTl Little Ho
gan Kid Bassey, shortest of all-
dhfr rhamnions. 18 a tall
favnrite at 4-1 to beat slick Car
mpln r.nsta tonight in their
non-title 10-rounder at Madison
In this nationally televised and
hrnrirst bnut the stubbv cham
pion from Nigeria, Africa, will
make his Mew YorK aeDui agaiusi
the type of opponent he likes
least Brooklyn's hit-and-run spe specialist.
cialist. specialist. B?sey, who wears the 126-nound
crown at the record low altitude
of only five-foot-three, is heavily
favored because of his boxer boxer-puncher
puncher boxer-puncher ability, his eight straight
victories, and only two defeats
in the past five years.
The 26-year-old son of a Niger Nigerian
ian Nigerian farmer hboes to use this fifiht
as a "sharpener" for a January
title defense at Los Angeles, pos possibly
sibly possibly against top contender Davey
Moore of Springfield, Ohio. But
Costa, 24, could earn a title shot
Viv uncpttinff the rhamD.
Caremlo, an men ana a nan
taller hat Hogan, faces his
uh finht nn the comeback trail
,nftpr unpnilinir a vear in the
Army. When, he was mustered out
on Dec." 20,195iv tne xormer con contender
tender contender had blown up to 150
pounds. He must scale less than
131 Friday night, but more than
12K. In a title fifiht each would
scale 126 or less.
Graham has contacted, and is
awaiting word, from Bob How-
sam, owner of Denver, Class AAA
American' Association, who re
portedly made arrangements for
the lefty to come to the isthmus.
Marlboro announced its rostar
for tho 1958-59 iain yesterday
without, on southpaw lisiad'en
its hurling staff.
The complete list of players
"T tnnfc this fieht because I've
got back my old sharpness," dark
haired Costa explained today. "I
want to show I'm ready to go
aftpr the title and the big money
I'm the father of a baby girl now
and very ambitious."
Olivia de Havilland In
THE GLENN MILLER
nder Hi direction of
with their foreign classification,
tolloww . "
lnfielden: Bill Gaoler, Chicago,
National League, first base: A-
lonso Brathwaite,. Rochester-Win-
ola, Class B Three-l League, se second
cond second base: Bobby P r e c o 1 1
Phoenix, Open Classification Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Coast League, third base:
Pablo (Manito) Bernard, Monter
rey, Class AAA Mexican League,
shortstop: and Eugemo Houradau,
uutreiaers: rnisiy jk n o a e s,
Phoenix, Open Classification Pa
cific Coast League: George Alt-
man, Pueblo, Class A Western
League; Marv Throneberry, New
York, American League; Eddie
Napoleon, Winnipeg. Class C
Nothern League; and Henry, Mit Mitchell,
chell, Mitchell, Binghamton, Class A East Eastern
ern Eastern League.
Catchers: Marcos ''Cobos, Lin Lincoln,
coln, Lincoln, Class A Western League and
Abdiel Flynn, local.
Pitchers: Humberto Robinson,
Milwaukee National : League, Dol Dol-an
an Dol-an Nichols, For; Worth, Class A A
Texas League; Jim Hardisonj
Open Classification Pacific Coast
League; Leonardo Ferguson, Mo Modesto,
desto, Modesto, Class C California League;
and Jose Lisondro, Dubuque.'Glass
D Midwest League. f
Sunday's 15-round title fjght -at
the National Gym between light
weight champion Federico : Plum'
mer and top ranked challenger Ho
racio.Ottis could be a real exciting
scrap if it turns-out to be anything
like the first meeting between the
two boxers' v! v-'';. ;' ;'
It was th nisht ef last July
20 when th presort champion
end tha : then; monarch climbed
in o the ring at tha National
Gym. weighing-134-14 and 134-3-4
pounds respectively, for tha
ttn-raund non-titl battle..
According the rules of the Na
tional Boxina Association, of
which the Panama Boxina Com
mission is an affiliale. if .a" chal
lenger' kavoes a -champion in
non-title fieht while the challenger
is within the official weight, limit
of the division, the challenger au
tomaticallv becomes champion.
' And Plummer vis the 135-pound
king today because he scored a
smashing nin'h-round TKO over
Ottis that night after having been
behind on points oh the judges'
scorecards uD to that time.
Ottis had been dropped u me
third heat but got off the canvas
to even matters by sending his op-,
ponent to the floor near the end
Of Ihe same stanza.
from then on Horacio forced
tho fight and hold clear ad advantage
vantage advantage until mar the end of tha
ighth 'when he was apparently
savad by the ball as he want
down irem a hard- right to the
Wh'p'n" h ree'lerl but! belatedly
and dr.nhkenly, for ;the beginning
m thm ninth Plnmmer sent 'him to
the deck twice Wore referee Ro-
gello stopped the bout ana awara-
ed : a TKO win, which meant the
championship, a reoenco. ,v
By Conrado Sargeant : 7. V-
By OSCAR: F RALE Y
NEW YORK (UPI1 Titaley's
follies and the weekend football
I'winners". aloryt with ? i few
rambling reflections on sports
Cam Of The. Week
over Brighani vYoung v.ahdtAir
Doree ; Acad.emrvoyer,:iola)ma
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Playing in the
With tho authentic
RCA VICTOR RECORDS
Pacific Side 2-2700
Atlantic Side 36-292
Mississippi over LSU There Is
little to choose between these two
unbeaten powerhouses but with
six points you have td go for Ole
miss and its slightly better de defense.
fense. defense. Tha last
Notre Dame over Navy Off Off-course
course Off-course betting would take the
strain off cops and taxpayers.
Pitt over Syracuse Baseball
oughta lay off collegians.
Yale over Dartmoutn uaDe
Ruth would hit 70 these days.
Also: Princeton over Brown.
Cornell over Columbia, Penn over
Harvard, Army over Colgate,
Boston U. over WaM; Boston col
leee over COP. Holy Cross over
Dayton, Buffalo over temple,
Rutgers over Delaware, Lehigh
over BuckneH Lafayette over
Iowa over Michigan Don't
brag about being a rabbit hunter.
Ohio State over Northwestern-
Unless you run 'em down on foot.
Michigan State over Wisconsin
The blueplate special.
Also: Purdue over Illinois, Min
nesota over Indiana, Kansas over
Kansas State. 1 Missouri over Ne
braska. Villanova over Wichita
and Detroit over Marquette.
UCLA over Washington State
Water skiing is risky in the arc arctic.
tic. arctic. Oregon State over California
So is akin-diving in the Amazon.
Oreon over Washington ncn ncn-ing
ing ncn-ing football winners is worse.
Also: USC over Stanford, Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma over Colorado, Utah State
By TREVOR SIMONS.?
Qanal Zoneunic College-, will
take tneu secona craea ai iue
fpndiite himnsl Balboa' High?
at Balboa Stadium." But j
Auburn over Florida Cock-
fighting is booming in the South.
Georgia Tech over Duke It s
hard way to make a dollar.
Mississippi State over Kentucky
First landing will be the Ken'
tucky Derby favorite.
Also: Georgia over Alabama
Tulane over Texas Tech, Vinder
bilt over Miami, North Carolina
over Tennessee, West Virginia ov
er George Washington. North Car
olina State over VPI, VMI over
Virginia and Clem son over Wake
TCU over Baylor Does any
body play pool any moree
SMU over Texas Bowling ran
the cue con men out of business.
Arkansas over Texas Aggies
This one will bowl me over. '.
Also: Houston over Tulsa,, Ari Arizona
zona Arizona State over New Mexicp Ag Aggies,
gies, Aggies, West Texas State over Ari
zona and Hardin Simmons over
Chicago Bears over Los Ange Angeles,
les, Angeles, San Francisco over Detroit.
Baltimore over Green; Bay, Cleve
land over New York; Chicago
Cards over Philadelphia a n d
Pittsburgh over Washington.
WINS VARR TROPHY
. AUGUSTA, Ga. (UPI)-BeVerly
Hanson of Indio, CaHf., completed
a clean sweep of the year's top
honors for women golfers today
when she was named winner of
the Glenna Collett Vaire Trophy,
which is awarded to the player
with tne lowest tournament scor
ing average. Miss Hanson, who
also was the leading money win-
m a mm (tA loHoa' nrnfaa'ainnol
ner on the lames' professional
golfing circuit this year, wound
ud with an average of 74.92
strokes for 84 tournament rounds, o'clock.
., playing '.wiin a ; manpowsr
shoriaee ifrom the beginning of
the season, will be seriously weak
er '.without their big Bill Gibson in
the backneld. ,
it was Gibson and Don Alex
ander that formed a terrific ..com ..combination
bination ..combination and became' the .main .main-itavs
itavs .main-itavs in the Green Devil's, desper
ot irv for a crid title despite
overwhelming odds. Junior Col Col-lace
lace Col-lace had shown well so far, this
season with a record of two near
misp in Barnes they were sud
nnsnrf to lose bv larger margins,
inp Kiiiinoes- wiin un.f.-vuii
Zone's 'leading yard gainer, Phil
Cage and a powerful running
Charlie French, figures, to ; wite
this one by no less than one touch
rinwn If thev can succeed in
tvparine Hown the weakended J.C
with their two-platoon potentiad
the margin could be greater ;
Tha RnllHnat 1aH all teams, in
cludina t'he Athletio Club in: yards
itainpri with 603. but their passing
came nas Deen wanunz, nvmK
completed only one pass in 1A tries
and tnat piay was atoppea on ue
line of scrimmage. Tom ;fCun ;fCun-nincham.
nincham. ;fCun-nincham. Charlie Rentz and Dave
Adams are three good ends and
the Balboa quarterback. Joe neyn
olds actually has a goodly amount
of pass receivers from which to
It would be no surprise it the
ttuliitaffi actually take to the air
despite their failure to accomplish
anything with that offense to date.
J. C. will, more than likely, see
plenty of the Balboa bench in to to-nieht'i
nieht'i to-nieht'i encounter. Buzzv Rath-
geber, used sparingly in recent
aames. young Dick ,Ness .: and
WnrHpn French, miffht be readv t
supply to reserve strength hi the
harkfield while keooinff the BHS
first string fresh for a hard attack
against uuiege. ;, v ?
Game time tomgnt is set ior
DIAL M FOR
with Ray Milland
with Randolph 8cott
T IV OLI
FLESH AND tll
with John Agar
- Also: -SEPIA
with J. MacTnters
with R. Craig
He, Bank Nifht!
Gold Prize f 500.00
The Bowery Boys
THE BIG TIPOFF
' Reportedly classy v C h il e a nl
Uiroughbjred Quidicowbich arriv-l
ed on the Isthmus yesterday morn
ing, will, race in Panama under
the colors of the Stud Maqul with
Eduardo- E.. Young in charge of
The four-year-old chestnut son
of Taimado-Miryam impressed on onlookers
lookers onlookers this morning when he took
a slow gallop around the President
Remon racetrack's; workout oval.
Several newcomers- are schedul
ed to make their local debut over
the weekend. Tbey include:
Granadero, a three-year-old Chilean-bred
brown offspring of Holm
Dusn-urpua,. is scheduled to go tn
Sunday's second face. He is own.
ed by Gurrido and Lasso and train
ed j byt Eustacio (TachitoX Garcia
oa rareaes., M-,::.-x ?r :
Ala mite, a four-vaar-old Chi.
Uan-brtd bay: colt b Expand n.
Marlpops a schodulod atartar
in Saturday's i iohth race for
npn-wlnnart. This eolt Is owned
by Gabriol Ost Vicuna and
trained by Jam -Reyos Olguin. i
Metafierro; fhileon-bred four;
year-old son of Fifo II-FJoscie, is
siso- ssneauieo to eo m tomorrows
eighth face for non-winners in Pa-1
nama. He is owned bv BernaHo
Dominguez S. and trained by
Bernardo Dominguez C.
Mondesir. four-vear old brown
Chilean eolt bv Holmbmh'-Mnch
Labia, will also make his first
wart in tomorrow's eipwh race.
He is owned by the Stud Venezue
la an trained by Dr. Miguel To-
Ionia's Pet returns from a
lengthy layoff undr the owner owner-shin
shin owner-shin and trainin? of Simeon Allen.
She is entered for Sunday's first
Cnquits also will' mV her Pt
start under Allen's trainine fol-
lowme -a IOtl I'vnff rtjirin" whh
he underwent treatmenf. Cuouita
is n entry 'n Simdav'a fifth race.
Ernesto Navarrn h rpnlarpd
his brother Ramon ga te official
trainer of Dr. Bin and Jabalina...
ftum'iios.;whic'i i owner! bv the
atua Kio Grande, has been, turn-
w over to Jorge McLean for tram-
? Nao Win fare linden the ftfinr
or me atua i.ucky Chief beginnin?
this weekfc.Gastmr AsuiJsr eonti
nues to train thr speedy native
v)lt ..TuIm Verne, owned bv the
stud contractor, has a new train
er in Jan Pea Blanco.
Jose Reyes Olguin has taken ov
er the trflinni of the Sud Irian
des' speedy and thus far disan
pointing Don Cirilo... Matriculado
races' for a new owner and train- :'r;T
er this week. Bernardo Dominguea
li.r.j J u:- "mi
u., ,u lioreu na nit icw -nwner wnue
Bernardo Uominguer doei thf '.'!
Manual Rivera.: trainsr at tha'
strjnf of throughbreds owned by
Frank; X. Z emetv is tho first
tralnar to he accused of using
drvge en horso undor his caro
since rho installation of the sail
.end urine tests. Rivera mt.
tod an automatic six-month sus
pension ; wn la owner Zsimatx i
was (bprivod of hit share of the
.purse, -:iV:,i;:.,,v,.:v., ; .-Rivera
Rivera .-Rivera la chareed with
Don Lucho last Sunday. Don Lu-
coo was an easy winner In the ast ;,,
time of l: '2-3 over six fur fur-longSt
longSt fur-longSt after recovering from a had
stumble. Fernando Alvarei was
.Thr post positions and jockeys',,
for Monday's $10,000 added on ?
mue and one-half Panama Inde Inde-pendence
pendence Inde-pendence Day Classic ,are as follows:.:?---
tl-Sanill0 A. Vasqcwz 120 1
r.rouiano) b. Baeza 120
-Informal C. Pazoa 12"
-Quidlco J. Ulloa 120
: Admission to all denentfonriaa
of the racetrack will be free. Pef
dulario and Santillan will race ifl
Bryapt Shifts Tackle
To Fullback To Add
- TUSCALOOSA. Ala. (UPIV
Alabama Coach. Paul (Bear) Bry-
ant yesterday shifted 215-pound
tackle Fred Sington to fullback in
a major change to add blocking
weight to the backfield.
Bryant said,' however that 172-'
pound Bill Wesley and 184-pound
Milt Frank are "still ouf full-
The experimenting Tide coach
apparently meant by his latest inX :
a long list of position changes t
havajSingtojw) flayed fullback
for two years in the armed forces.(i
available more often for field goal,
kicking.- :. ':;,;
Sington booted a field goal In K"
Alabama's 9-7 upset of Mississippi
State last week.
Another Sington, Dave, is a first
string tackle w
are sons of former Crimson Tidt"
All-America Fred Suigiou y. t;
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THI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPU
PlayBoy; .Seeks :"Rei
In Sprint Race
. 4 t
Race Track Graded Entries
V P. Nona
lit Race 5th Serbs Imp. 7 Fgs, Port S5M.00
Isi RACI OF NTH I DOUBLE
Peel Clout 1:00
2- rKing u'..
The Stud Ouiteno's stretch-burnirtjr Playboy to-; .'fcjvu-
. v j TT. a m I tveW T
straight sprint victory tt the featured $650 six fur-; f&'Kci of7 the
long-aasnior inira series lmpurieu uwiuugwcus a
the President1 Remon racetracks y ..,
V. Castillo U8 Uiually disappoint
J. Jimenez 115 Ran well Id last
J. Talavera 103 Could make It here
R. Cristian 112 Could so all the way
. H. Ruiz 103 Brief arly speed
tMord 107 Would surprise
Ist Sunday. Playboy displayed
jnnsua early speed to keep up
with the sprinters then drew away
In the homestretch to score a re relatively
latively relatively easy victory in a lower
bracket, This time he goes against
much stronger field, v ,?;- 1
Julio; Rodriguez will once more
do the booting on the instance
loving son of Fostin-out oi cai cai-skinner
skinner cai-skinner Playboy, whichv broke an
inside position last time, will have'
the benefit of breaking from the
advantageous extreme outside
Scheduled to oppose Playboy
re Sputnik. Red Label; ; Guadal Guadalcanal,
canal, Guadalcanal, Critico. Distingo ani Be Be-hader.'
hader.' Be-hader.' Guadalcanal last" Sunday
dashed his chance when he bolted
Immediately after the start of a
Pool Closes 1:10
1 -Cypress Bull
2 Mar Bravo
3 The Gipsy
while Arquimedes Alfaro will ; be
Red Label, now racing to nts
best from smce arriving on tnei
Isthmus, will have vastly impro?-l3rei Rac,
ed Alfredo Vasquez in the saddle.! t
UlStingO, wniCD was up ; wnn
Sculptor and Santillah for 'more
than half the race last week, could
be an uosetter here. Fernando Al Alvarez
varez Alvarez will guide Distingo.
Hard running but fractious
Sputnik is another horse that ean't
be overlooked in this group. Smit Smit-nik
nik Smit-nik is usually close up, managing
to get a piece, of the nurse. He
cpuW -make it If Oscar Bravo can
get him off to gooH start from
the disadvantageous No. 1 start starting
ing starting TOSition.
Behaner, whlcB is sure ro go on
H. Ruiz no Distance handicaps
f Alvarez 112 Rates good chance
A. Vasquez 113 ri-Form ino cates'
J. Talavera i08 Nothing recently
V. Castillo 110 Depends on start
A. Alfaro 110 Ran well, in last
seven furlong race1 that-was won the. rank outsider in the betting,
Critico. a winner his last time
out. rates a good chance hert too.
Alejandro Perez will guide Critico
wili he ridden bv Emilio Dario.
Ten other; prosoective thrillers
are include X on an attractive pro program."
gram." program." 13 '"
Footba II Attendance
3.5 Per Cent
By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK (UP1) College
football attendance is up 3.49 per
cent nationally and is on, the in increase
crease increase in every section. of the
country' except the East and the
A United Press International
mid-season survey of 118 colleges
which have played a total of 322
games disclosed today that 7,944, 7,944,-105
105 7,944,-105 spectators have ; jammed sta stadia
dia stadia across the country. This is
an aVerage-of 24,671 per game at
a 3.49 per cent increase over 1957
when total attendance was 7.652, 7.652,-498
498 7.652,-498 at a corresponding stage of
the season, "'
The Rocky Mountain area and
the South show the largest in increases
creases increases and the Midlands the
biggest decrease. Rocky-- Moifn1
tain attendance, helped primarily
crease 21.71 ; per cent Awhile-the
South's attendance is up 8.78 pet
cent. Attendance in the Midlands
is down 6.83 per cent due mqstly
to a 26,000 drop experienced by
the University of Missouri.
Attendance has increased. 6.2
per cent on the Pacific Coast,
5.53 per cent, in tiie Southwest
and is even up slightly (0.27 per
cent) in the Midwest where sell sell-outjgame'iare
outjgame'iare sell-outjgame'iare commonplace. The
Midwest, of course, retains its
sectional leadership with an aver average,
age, average, attendance of 35,592 fr 63
games with no less than eight col colleges
leges colleges 1 averaging more than $0,000
The East's attendance is dowh
1.33" per cent with only 12 of 29
colleges reporting gains. w
The twoindividual leaders are
Ohio State, averaging 83,000. per
ganie, and Michigan averaging
77,400. Pittsburgh leads' the East;
Georgia Tedh, Miami and Louisi Louisiana
ana Louisiana State top the South; Okla-
homa is undisputed leader in the
Midlands, Colorado tops the
Rockies; Rice, Southern Metho Methodist
dist Methodist and Texas are the South Southwest
west Southwest leaders and California is
tpps on the West Coast.
Danny Liiwhiler, a major
league outfielder for 11- years,
nrnhahlv never will make base-
hall' Hall of Fame but one of
his eloves is exhibited at Coopers
town. Danny once went 174 games
without an error setting a record
foe outfielders, hence the exhibit
of? his f'fieldintf tool'.' at Coopers-
towfl, N. Y. Litwhiler came up to
JmiM PhiliiesTfh 1941' and :iUwf fori
wvnminir nn l n f r . i
r'irrrAnrT four seasons-before moving ttf me
Cardinals, then the Braves ana fi finally
nally finally to Cincinnati, where ne
wound uhis career in 1951. Dan Danny
ny Danny hit IloNhomers in his career
and finished with an average of
.281 ; .-. ..'i :, '
Whatever happened to Danny
Litwhilor? Now 41. he h baseball
coach at Florida State University.
3 Takeaway" (e)
4 Jabalina (e)
7 Critico ..
, l. King
Dr. Bilt (ej
Golden Corn II
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1 San Vicente
5 BUnqui a
Natives S Fgs. Purae $375.00
.-...,v DH9 TWO ,
A. Vasquez 110 iitnce to liking
J. Rodrigez 112 Hard to beat here
F. Justiniam 102x Has speed to spare
D. Barret 107x-Ran weU in. last
F. A varez 112 -Fastest at getaway
A. Credidio 106 Distance handicaps
G. Milord 105x Prefers more distance
Peel Closes 2:00
4th Race 'C and D"
Nat. 4 Fit. Purse 5425.00
Peel Closes 2:30
1 Napa J. Talavera 105 Good early speed 151
2 Linda Susy ,F. Justiniani lOlx Poor recent races 50-1
3 Chito G. Milord 102x Could be upsetter 8-1
4 Daniel F. Alvarez 106 Not against these io i
5 Engaftoso B. Aguirre 110 Rider handicaps io i
6 Clria ;G. Sanchez 115 -WiU fight it out 2-1
7 (Jabalina B, Baeza 115 Seems best here 3 5
8-(Dr. BiU A. Alfaro 118 -May beaLentry mate 3-5
BroYns Coach Seen
NEW YORK UPI)-'He Is a
terrific coach. You cou'd say he s
That's Coach J m Lee Howell's
estimate of the man his Giants
tackle Sunday ft Cleveland Paul
Brown : of the "unbeaten Browns.
HowelL readily admit ed there
were n'hr daaH rnachct In fim
5.2 Na'ional Football. League but
EVEN "tuck with his statement
- aure, inere; are otner great
coaches in the league, but I
don't think you can put any of
them in- the same lass with
Brown." Howell said. "Callinc
.him a "genius is no sudden deci
sion on my part. I've felt that
3-1 ay about him since the Browas
2-1 came into the league.
"hcs a : tremendous judge f
players and talen and gets per perfect
fect perfect execution of his plays.
"He uses a lo' of basic stuff
but he's not afraid to try new
things. Often you know what !ie
will try tff do in a cer ain situa situation
tion situation and you still can't stop "him
frnm rin'ns It
5th Race "G" NaKves
7 fat. Furse SJ75.00
Peel Closes 3:00
1 Golden W. J. Talavera 110 Can win again
2 Folletito A. AHaro 12 -Will fight it out
3 Julie G. Milord 2x Form indicates
4 Mayrita A. Credidio 06 Rates good chance
5 Don Vito F, Justiniani lOOx 4Would pay off
Ith Race 4th Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $400.00 Peel Closes 3:40
Is. RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Julio Verne
J, A Vila 118 Racing to top form
C. Quiros lOlx --Early speed only
C. Bovil 106 ---Not good enough
A. Alfaro 115 Should be close up
A. Credid'o 106 Form indicate.
6 (Joe's. Fiddling A. Ycaza 115 Depends on start
i v vcugaiiiK : Muoru iwix nas strong iinisn
from do'ng it
Despite his high opinion of
Brown or perhaps because of it
Howell is going all-out in a bid
to whip Cleveland Sunday.
Howell's assstants gave the
Giants (heir offensive and defen defensive
sive defensive tactic j for Sunday's game
Tuesday a b day earlier than the
players usually get their assign assignments
ments assignments for the ciub's next came.
"We wanted the boys 'to navel
an extra day to s udy the stuff
we plan to use against the
Browns," Howell said.
The Giants, trailing the Browns
by two gaiTs,- know they have
to win to keep Cleveland from
breaking the race open en route
to (heir eighth Eastern Division
crown in nine years.
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7th Race Ith ( Series Imp. 4 Fgs. purse $450.00 Pool Closes 4:10
2nd ffllCE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Sputnik O. Bravo 108 Rates good chance
2 Red Label A. Vasquez 113 Needs more distance
3 Guadalcanal A. Alfaro 108 Recently fractioui
4 Critico ... A.. Perez 113 -Will fight it out .
5 Distingo ( F. Alvarez: l08r Dangerous this time
6 Behader E. Dario' 103 Must go lower
7 Play Boy J. Rodriguez 110 -Enjoying best form
Ith Race "Special" Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $450.00 Peel Closes 4:40
,4 Artigas .
: 5 Alainito
G. Milord 102x -Reportedly eurtd
. r -- iki no Nnpressrre wonconrj to-.??
B. Aeuirre 115 Would oav nice ndria
Cristian 115 Disappointed in debut
A. Ferez 115 Mutuelt favorite EVEN
. c kuiz lis Keportedly ready 2-1
TO VISIT CHINA
TOKYO. (UPI) '-North Korean
Premier Kim II Sunc will visit
Communist .China .soon, the Com Communists
munists Communists New China News Agency
reported, last mgnt.
VOLLEY BALL WINNERS Lieutenant Colon -1 Benjamin O. Taylor, jr., executive officer of
the 1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry, Fort Kob e, awards the first place trophy to D Company
winners of the recent battle group volley ball playoffs. Receiving the-trophv for the mem members
bers members of the team Is MSgt. David L. Wagcrhag-n, while Capt. Chester W. Van Orman com company
pany company commander, looks on. In the finals, whih were played at the Fort Kobbe Gym b Com Company
pany Company went undefeated and scored a 19-5 win over A Company, runnersup. other members of
the team, at the-rear from left to right are, M'Sgt. Calvin c Price. Set. Richard J Lilla Rtr
Lester E. Silvernail, Sgt. Walter F. Hamner and Sgt. William E. Joyiy:r.-U.S. Army Photo)
P. A. CLASSIFIEDS
vjsio gawd, Bsiwl nwvj
th Race "Special" Imp.
Fgs. Pur.t $450.00
Peel Closes 5:15
"i1 A- Vsluez 110 -Fastest at getaway
2-Dofia Flora A. Perez 108 -Would surprise
3 Tajn 3. Rodriguez 113 Last doesn't count
4 Campagnard R. Cristian 110 -Could get up here
J. Talavera. 110 Poor recent races
' R. Cruz lOlx -Longshot possibility
F. Alvarez 108 Vastly improved
G. Milord 103x Met interference
G. Sanchez 108 Reportdly improved
F. Hidalgo 106 Fractious, can win
O. Bravd 115 -Usually close up
6- Mi Cautiva
9 Manuela P.
10- Mulchen T
10th Race 4th Series Imp. 7 F.GS. Purse $400.00 Peel Closes 5:40
1- Lervecero R. Cruz 97x -Early speed only
2- Bucaletnito J. Rodriguez 115 -Will fight it Out
3- Affilralon O. A. Ycaza 115 -Returns from layoff
4- Constantino A. Vasquez 115 -Mutuels favorite
-Carcaman R. Cristian no -Good outside chance
6-Emily Mry T, Justiniani lOOx -Early speed only
-Dependable F. Alvarez 108 Depends on mood
8-Baremo B. Baeza 110 -Jockey will help
11th Rate 7i Series Imp. 4 Fgs Purse $400.00 Peel Closes.
1- Mariema ; .IfRuiz 108 -Good chance this time
2 IntroducJon O. Brave 106 Form indicates
3r-Ornamental St, G- Milord 107x Usually disappoints
4 Golden Corn ; J. Phillips 113 Mutuels favorite
5 Nerval GT,IgIesias 106 -Usually refuses
6 (King John B. Aguiwe 111 Nothing recently
LONDON (UPI) Carlos Ortiz,
136, New York, outpointed Dave
Charnley, 135, Br'.ain (10); Dick
Richardson, 207, Wales, outpoint outpointed
ed outpointed Garvin Sawyer, 194, Cincin Cincinnati,
nati, Cincinnati, Ohio, 10). r
HOLYOKE, Mass, (UPt)-Har-old
Gomes, 130, Providence, R.I.-,
outpointed Pancho Carmona, 135,
New York (10) t
OAKLAND, Calif. (UPI)-Carl
(Bobo) Olson, 173, San Francisco,
stopped Don. Grant, 67Vi, Los
Angeles, (7) ,
SAN BERNARDINO, ;' C i 1 1 f.
(UPI) Auburn Coneland. 129.
Los. Angeles, knocked out Burton
BALTIMORE, Md. (UPI)- The
Bal.imore Colts have asked waiv waivers
ers waivers on punter Dick Horn. He av averaged
eraged averaged only 34 yards on 19 punts
this season, including a weak 31.5
against Washington last Sunday.
TRACK SEASON OPENER
, NEW YORK (UPI) The 1959
indoor track season will open with
the Knights of Columbus games
at Boston, Jan. 17, it was an an-ouhced
ouhced an-ouhced today by the National
Amateur Athletic Union.
Singer, 131, Boston, Mss., (8)
STOCKTON Calif. (UPI)-Kfd
Javellana, 140, Philippines, out outpointed
pointed outpointed Jorge Macias, 138, Sap
Jose, Calif., (10J
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to do some solitary campaigning
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Call Tel. 2-3069. Balboa.
enter the second round of the
Mido Multifort Watch Tournament
at the Brazos Brook Country Club.
The winners came back from
the brink of defeat as they were
2 down with 2 holes to play last
Sunday morning, but came back
strong to win the 17th with a birdie
2 and a par 4 at the 18th hole was
sufficient to tie up the match.
An additional 18 holes were play
ed Wednesday afternoon and
while Doc had a tough time in
taking bis son-in-law's mind off
the fact that he was working over overtime
time overtime without pay, they eked out a
1-up victory over Hause and Ever Everson
son Everson who put up a gallant fight all
the way. Handicapper Al Nord Nordstrom
strom Nordstrom should take a bow on this
The second round matches must
be played by sundown on SunrlnV
and for the first time In the histo history
ry history of a men's tournament at the
Brazos Brook Country Club four
15-vear-olds are in contention.
Coincidentallv. these four young
men Keith Kenway. Babe Mxr Mxr-nuxrrl.
nuxrrl. Mxr-nuxrrl. Robin MorUnd and Larrv
Wilder were all membprs of
the Atlantic side All Star Teener
baseball souad which won thf
championship of the Isthmus last
Going a little further, Mike
Greene, manager of the nennn
winning Buick team of he Atlan
tic Teener League, is still In
tournment as he and his nar'ner.
D.W Talsh Wotl AniViol Oalix.
the sensation of the first round.
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fee. it
S3 FABMACIA EL BATURRO-Patquj
15th Street and Amador
FOR SALE: Foam rubber, plas plastic
tic plastic upholstered, comfortable con
tour loiyige chair. 3 tables to
match, all very modern, made
by Heres, also 3 table lamps.
Call mornings 3-3268, after afternoons
noons afternoons and evenings 2-3438.
FOR SALE: Full siie gas range
2 ma. eld, perfect condition,
$125.00. phono 3-4169, 149
Via Porras, Apt. No. 2.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator 13
cu. ft., excellent condition, 60
cycle, $250.00. No. 43, Calle
95, San Francisco.
FOR SALE: Springs 12.50,
Mattresses 8.00, Chairs 2.50,
Double Beds Complete from
39.00, Hollywood Beds from
39.00, China Closets 15.00,
Mahogany Dining Suites from
30.00, Metal Dining Table 9.00.
Wrought Iron Living and Dining
Room Suites, Innerspring Mat Mattresses,
tresses, Mattresses, etc. CASH or CREDIT,
WE DELIVER. HOUSEHOLD EX EXCHANGE.
CHANGE. EXCHANGE. 41 Auto Row. We Pay
Cash or Your Old Furniture.
CANTERBURY, England (UPI
Lance Cpl. Michael O'Brien, 20,
of the famed Buffs Regiment, was
in the regimen al 'dog house'
yesterday because of a faulty
O'Brien was detailed to march
through the streets to turn a
page in the regiment's book of re
membrance at Canterbury Cathe-!
dral. Crowds turned out to wit
ness the traditional ceremony but
were in for a disappointment.
The corporal never showed up.
"I just forgot." O'Brien ex
He drew a sever reprimand
for breaking the 36-year tradition.
PARFAN MIXED LIAGUI
Stinger 4 Jon-l Colls
The Stingers continued on their
merry way, and extended weir
winning streak to eight, and are
the only team in the loop to have
clean slate. Frank Ballard and
Don McGuire took on the task of
humbling the Jon- 1 -colls, when
they cleaned the lanes with 567
and 569 handicaps series. For the
tri-initial team, that had a rever
sal of form from last week, Marge
Collins was tops with 490 set.
Pepper 3 Pin Pals 1
The Peppers and Pin Pals put
on a close duel, wnere every pm
off the boards played an import
ant part in the results. Thanks to
Al Kreuger's 208 in the curtain rai
ser, the Peppers sneezed to a 1Z
pin win. In the following game,
Norm Golembieski s 173 was ins
trumental in getting the Pin Pals
Al Kreuger came back In the
end game with a 172 and again
the Peppers pepped through to
victory by 25 pins. This gave them
the Total Pin count. Kreuger fin
ished out the evening with a 540
scratch series, and Frank Canady
513 handicap. For the Pin Pals,
the Kelly took over, and the mis missus
sus missus gave the mister a lesson when
Bobbee tallied 524 and Rick 509,
Wing Dings 4 Cherry Pickers 0
This was a plain and simple
case of murder on the lanes, when
the Wing Dingstore into the poor
Cherry Pickers, and snoveo tne
Cherrvs into the basement.
In factvthe latter team has yet
to win a point in the young season.
On the Wing Ding roster, Charlie
Jackson was the pace setter with
a nifty 521 scratch series, and
Doc Wilburn also look some les
sons from his better half, Marg,
because she beat him 547 to 536
Doc did noi mind the lessons
long as the Wing Dings won.
comnlete the overpowering lour
some of the Wing Dings. Ver
Davenrjort knocked down 534 pin
hdep. A member of the weaker
sex tried to avoid tne rout oi
Cherry Pickers when Joan Beav
er banged out 566 nacp set.
HI Hos J Jeiter 1
The Jesters had their fun in the
firt act. hut It became a trae''
in the second and final acts. Ray
Kine Jester in the open
ing scene when he rolled 173,
prt., I cniHoH hu ouartet to a 46 pin
1 The Hi Hos did not see the humor
H Of 4 1 FOTO AVVU ?ORAl 111 NOVEDADeS
'vre? eet F ARMACIA "A -Via rORAl in l"""'"'"
Guerrero No. 14221.
FOR SALE: Bids accepted Mar Marine
ine Marine Corps Exchange Rodman,
C.Z. for 1952 Ford panel truck
until 3 November, Truck may be
seen and, bid submitted by any
parson or erganiiation C. Z. or
Panama. Exchange reserves right
to reject any bid. Navy 3692.
FOR SALE:1 White Cyprus fence
with laundry enclosure, $50.00
seenat I536-B, Manga Street.
Call 2-3687 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 16 months old
white filly. May be aeen at Paci Pacific
fic Pacific Saddle Club, Pedro Miguel.
No reasonable offer refused. Call
2-1639 after 5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE : Mahogany chest of
drawers, made by Cowes, maho mahogany
gany mahogany desk-dressing table, com combination
bination combination with 6 largo drawers.
Tel. Balboa 2494.
OUSTANDING SELECTION OF
BEAUTIFUL AND EXOTIC U. S.
AND EUROPEAN CHRISTMAS
AND LIGHTS. IDEAL FOR
HOMES, STORES, CLUBS AND
ORGANIZATIONS, AT BUDGET
AMERICAN SUPPLY C. "J" ST.
FOR SALE: Three speed record
player, two tables, one folding,
large plate glass mirror with ma mahogany
hogany mahogany frame sixe 33x54. Phone
FOR SALE: lanssan piano,
$275. Royal portable, $30.00.
0424-B, Venado Street, Ancon.
FOR SALE: 11 ft. hot point,
refrigerator, good condition $175.
NEW YORK (UPI) Standard
Oil Co. (New Jersey) directors
Thursday declared a dividend of
60 cents a share on capital stock,
payable Dec. 10 to holders of rec record
ord record Nov. 10. The latest declara declaration
tion declaration brings total dividends for this
year to $2.25 a share, th same
as paid in' 1957.
in the situation, and slaughtered
tne jesters, by 128 and, 114 sticks.
Ray Lund was the high man for
the Jesters with his 521 hflcp set,
ana nis opponent jsck staicer ot
the Hi Hos gathered in 578 hdep.
The Voice of Music took a firm
hold onto first place as they took
the Gillette Shavers for three
points to move them out of the tie
for first place which they were
co-noiding with the Hi-Fi Five. St.
John led the V-M with a 577 which
took Class A Series for the week.
He was followed by DeVoU with a
550. Yee led Gillette with a S13.
Powells moved into third place
oy taking three points from the
to fourth. Gibson's 575 series took
Police Assn. dropping the Cops in-
uass n series for the Plymouth
men. Stewart led the Copa with a
Starting to make their bid now
the Aces took all four points from
wngnt Bros, moving up to sev
enth place. This team could be the
dark hours this year. Better watch
these guys, fellas. Gorski led the
Aces with a 545 followed by Spin-i
ney's 537. The only 500 series roll rolled
ed rolled by the Plumbers was Bertrams
There is a new cellar dweller
this week. The Shriners lost three
to the Naval Station to go into last
place. Stein's 523 series led the
Navsta and also took Class C hon
ors while Carpenter led the Shrine
with a 504 followed by Judge with
Voice of Music
VOICK OP MUSIC
159 S 483
FOR SALE: Lota 500 and 1.000
meter. In the Nueve Hipedreme
Urbanisation, across the Ramon
Racetrack. All lots with street
front, sewage, water main, and
electricity. Call W. McBarnett.
FOR SALE : Modern residence,
3 bedroom, 2 bathrooms, porch,
Nving-diningroom, office, two
can garage, maid' room with
complete bathroom, also garden gardener's
er's gardener's room plenty storage space,
laundry, 4000 meter fenced In,
exclusive location in the highest
hill in the city. $39,000.00. Call
3-7493 office hour or 3-3153
after 5 p.m.
We repair in yeur homo J
we don't pretend to guarantee
ewr work. We guarantee it
PHONE THE EXPERTS;
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Complete, lasting repair. All
makes of TV, Hi-Fi, transmitters.
Ellis William and Alfonso $hirly
Protect your home and proper
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Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 177T.
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At Secret Retreat
TAIPEI. Oct. 31 (UPI) Presl
dent chiang Kai-shek who u sat-
with Roosevelt and Churchill in
one of the great councils of world
war II observes his 72nd birth birthday
day birthday today in a secret family re
treat with his sons and granacnu granacnu-dren.
dren. granacnu-dren. .i
Th lean hnnv-faeed generalis
simo, whose nation has been at
war almost conunuauv ior cl
vears. will sDend a traditional
Chinese birthday with Mis family,
Th Nationalist Chinese Presi
dent took up an ink brush a few
riv ten and wun a lew stroxes
in one of the world's oldest living
languages wrote a note to Ws'heo Ws'heo-pie,
pie, Ws'heo-pie, in exile with him on Formosa.
Chiang instructed his people to
pay homage to the defenders of
Quemoy instead of to their Pre President.
sident. President. Quemoy was a serious battle but
it was only one in.thousands which
ttio fivM star eeneralissimo has
survived since the Japanese attack
on Peiping's Marco Polo Bridge
In 1937 kindled a fire in Asia?
which was never been extinguish
Chianif. whn is he only big-pow-
r iarir of World War II
in ofice. left Taipei a few days
ago for a family DSjtnoay reunion
at an undisclosed spot.
Only his wife, American-educat
ed Mme. Chiang, and ona grand grandchild
child grandchild will be absent.
she ba Iimk in the United States
for several months lecturing
receiving medical treatment.
vs. AC IS
160 178 155 493
200 201 168 569
918 Wl 742 2441
' 148 152 107 407
130 101 124 355
158 156 162 476
144 156 128 428
188- 162 164 514
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15T 188 110 455
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180 198 187 545
177 188 172 537
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Arboix Bldt. Apt. 4, 5th St, Ce-
WANTED TO BUY: Gas tev
extra large oven. Phone Panama
2-5491, 7 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE 14 foot, fibarglas fibarglas-sed
sed fibarglas-sed wood runabout $125.00,
phone 6-114 Gamboa.
To Hold Dance
The Progressive Square Dance
Club has completed all arrange
ments for a pre Independence
sport wear dance to be held at the
Santa Cruz Service Center tomor
All square dance clubs and
friends are invited, y
Music will be furnished by Prof.
Murphy's band., Y
1954 BUICK SUPERi Sedan,
xBook value $915.00 less 10
$$23.50 $274.50 Down.
1956 MERCURY MONTERREY,
Book value $1,400.00 less 10
$1,260.00 $420.00 Down
1956 BUICK SPECIAL,
Hd Top Coupe
: 195EMDNTI AC,;Hd op Cat Coupe,
Book value $1,365.00 less 10
-$1,228.50 -$409.50 Down
1954 OLDSMOBILE SUPER,
88 Sedan, Book value $1,030.00
less 10 $927.00 -.$309.00
1956 PLYMOUTH Statibil Wagon,
Book value $1,280.00. less 10
- $1,15100 7T $384.00 Down
1954 BUICK SPECIAL,
Hd Top Coupe, Book value
$945.00 less 10 $850.50
1953 OLDSMOBILE 88 Sedan,
i Book value $650.00 less 10
- $585.00 $195.00 Down
1952 MERCURY Sedan,
Book value $435.00 less 10
, -$391.50-$130.50 Down
1955 OLDSMOBILE 98 Sedan,
Book value $1,395:00 less 10
-$1,255.50 -$415.20 Down
1952 CHEVROLET Sedan,
Book value $450.00 less 10
-$405.00 -$135.00 Down
88 Hd Top Coupe, Book value
$1,385.00 less 10 -$1,246.50
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Segregationist Group Charges Tax Officials
With Intimidating' Southern Church Leaders
:' ARLINGTON, Va., Oct. 31 (UPI A segregationist group has charged that Federal tax officials subjected
i Southern church leaders to "propaganda, intimidation and coercion", by pointing out that churches used for schools
' could lose tax-exempt status.
The Arlington chapter of Defenders of State Sovereignty and Individual Liberties demanded yesterday that the
Internal Revenue Service (IRS) reveal which, if any, de partment has any such tax denial exemption "undef active
" IRS officials said Wednesday that churches might be risking their tax status under certain circumstances if
they provide space for private classes in communities where public schools are closed to
The officials said the issue had been raised informally. But they emphasized that
"brought before them officially for a ruling.
cfatP snvereienty group. Almond, in a speech prepare-
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members of Congress next year
tffbpen an investigation "to fer ferret
ret ferret out those responsible for us using
ing using an office of IRS to coerce
intimidate and propagandize
church institutions mto
submission to race mixing
Schemes of the National Asso Asso-SKfftT
SKfftT Asso-SKfftT the Advancement of
Colored People (NAACP).
Meanwhile the Virginia Ed Education
ucation Education Association represent representing
ing representing 25.000 white public school
teachers, called for a special
SSTofthe General Assem Assembly
bly Assembly to save the Virginia pubhc
school system in the integra integration
tion integration crisis.
Gov J. Lindsay Almond, to
whom the VEA's appeal was ad -Priced
wen. before the teach teach-er"grounf
er"grounf teach-er"grounf few hours later and
called fo"r patience and under understanding
standing understanding in the crisis which has
Ssed nine Virginia schools.
1:15 8.49 4:51 6:53v- 8:55
mafUrpMcc of cidUment
from the matter of terror
ANDREW L. STONE
"ijGEr! STEVENS nevSwd
PATRICIA OWENS mkm imnai
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ention, said he could not pre
lict the future,- but adde dtha
'The question becomes one o
surrender or continued exercise
of every legal and honorablf
means at our command to re resist"
sist" resist" Integration.
His text made no mentidn of
a sDecial session.
The VEA convention, attend attended
ed attended by some 1,800 prsons, over overwhelmingly
whelmingly overwhelmingly adopted resolu resolutions
tions resolutions stating its grave concern
over the closing of schools to
It urged Almond to call the
Legislature into special session
at "an early date" to enact laws
that would keep the state in the
public school business.
The vote came after the con convention
vention convention defeated substitute res resolutions
olutions resolutions that would, in effect,
have given strong support to the
state's antl integration pro-
A delegation from Norfolk,
where six schools have been
closed to prevent integration,
led the fight for adoption of the
resolutions as presented by the
VEA's Resolutions Committee
and approved by the organiza organization's
tion's organization's 20 member board of di directors.
rectors. directors. A principal of one of the
closed schools, S. R. Butler of
Northside Junior High, made an
impassioned plea for adoption of
the resolutions which carried.
"We come from a city where
there are closed schools," But Butler
ler Butler said. "We have 1,450 chil children
dren children at Northside kept out of
school by one Negro student
who would enter. I'm person personally
ally personally opposed to Integration,"
he said, "but We are paying a
price and the situation can't
continue as it is.
''I've seen, parents shed tears
in my office," he said. His plea
drew prolonged aDplause from
most of the delegates.
In Washington Republican
national chairman Meade Al Alcorn
corn Alcorn made public four research
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studies," which he said prove
he Democrats could never pro pro-Ide
Ide pro-Ide real progress in the field of
The four "studies," each to to-allng
allng to-allng several hundred words,
vere based on quotations from
iewspapersr speeches and party
One, titled "The Faubus Flip Flip-Flop,"
Flop," Flip-Flop," was described by Alcorn
as showing "how Harry Tru Truman
man Truman and Paul Butler praised
and wooed Governor Orvl
Faubus of Arkansas until they
realized he had become a dis distinct
tinct distinct political liability in the
1958 congressional campaign."
Another, called "The Third
Party Turnabout," maintained
that Butler, Democratic nation national
al national chairman, "was forced to beat
a hasty retreat in the face of
the unyielding Influence which
the Southerners hold in the
"This episode in itself reduced
to ridiculousness the spectacle
which Butler created when he
pretended for political purposes
to read the Southerners out of
the Democrat Party," Alcorn
A third document, was called
"The Sparkman Blunder." Al Alcorn
corn Alcorn said this quoted from a
speech in which Sen. John
Sparkman (D-Ala.), the Demo Democrats'
crats' Democrats' 1952 vice presidential nom nom-lree,
lree, nom-lree, "openly admits that North Northern
ern Northern and Western Democrats help
Southern Democrats impede leg-
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a. m. today Is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographie Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
b Balboa Cristobal
High ..... 94
High ........ 97
Low . ; 63
(max. mph) S-S
RAIN (Inches) T
(inner harbors) 82
The management and the staff
of employes of "La Mascota" men's store
express their sincere thanks for all the messages of
condolence received as a result of the death of
Mr. Samuel Friedman
and notify their many friends and customers that the doors
of our store are again open to serve them in the same
manner that has been the custom of this establishment.
SAMUEL FRIEDMAN; INC.
no such case had
islative progress in civil rights."
Alcorn said the fourth, titled
"Democrat Civil Rights Plank a
Myth," shows "how the 1958 civil
rights plank of the Democrats
promised the delivered support
for minority rights."
Two RP Farmers
After Stay In US
Two Panamanian farmers will
return home this '.fall after
spending the past six months in
the United States under the In International
ternational International Farm Youth Ex Exchange.
change. Exchange. Miss Helidee Pinzon V. of Ata Ata-laya,
laya, Ata-laya, Veraguas, and Casimiro
Donoso G., of Santiago, Province
of Veraguas, have lived and
worked with farm families in
two states. Miss Pinzon was in
Indiana1 and Colorado and Don Donoso
oso Donoso was in Ohio and Idaho.
The International Farm Youth
Exchange is a people-to-people
program for promoting under understanding
standing understanding between count ries
through the exchange-of rural
young people. It is conducted in
the United States by the Nation,
al 4-H Club Foundation and the
Cooperative Extension Service.
Donoso's visit to the United
States was made possible this
year by a grant to the founda
tion from MatWeson Pan Amer
lean whose agent in Panama is
Henry ford B., Agendas Hagus,
Miss Pinzon arrived In Pana Panama
ma Panama on Oct. 2ft and Donoso will
arrive Nov. 4. Just prior to Don
oso's departure from the United
States, he and eight other ex exchangees
changees exchangees from Latin America
will attend a program- at Hous
ton and Pasadena. Texas, that 1
arranged for them by Mathieson
They will visit Texas A and M
College, the University of Hous
ton, the Mathieson insecticide
plant, fertilizer .plant and rice
cleaning and storage plant, and
farms and ranches In the area.
At the present time, two young
farmers from the United States,
Marjorle Joann Dunn from New
York and James Philip Miller
from Indiana are experiencing
rural life in Panama under the
International Farm Youth Ex Exchange
change Exchange Program.
PC October Retirements Total
To Nearly Century Of Service
Nearly a" 'century of Canal
service is' renresented 1 by the
personnel records1 of 1 the four
men and two women wno retire
from the Canal organization
Those-retirlng- this month,
their positions, and length of
George C. Carlsons, automatic
maintained C o m m unications
Branch; nine months:
Mn Tjuir casement, ac
counting clerk, Accounting Divi Division;:
sion;: Division;: 17 years and 26 days.
George H. Egger, or., car in-
ttaflrnnri Division: 17
years, 6 months and 19 days, i
John c. Harrison, cniei w w-boat
boat w-boat engineer. Dredging Divi Division;
sion; Division; 23 years : six months and
Arthur E. Schneider, chief
tnnrHnot nrinier. Navigation
lVOTWWV o -
Division; 15 years, eight months
and six days.
Mrs. Hilda .E. Wickens, Cash
t-nniinMncr Clerk. Sales and
Service Branch; 15 years, seven
months and three days.
iui,..rh narisnn ha been
with the Canal organization on
ly nine months, he is noi a new new-.nmer
.nmer new-.nmer to the Canal Zone. He
came to the Isthmus April 16,.
1941 as a cablesplicer with the
Army signal uorps,
fv,t m ha. completed over 10
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years of service with various a-
gencies m xne uanai
Prior to his Canal employ employment,
ment, employment, he had worked with the
Naw at Coco Solo.
When the t;ommunicii
Branch assumed the oneration
of the Coco Solo telephone
system, Carlson, who is thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly familiar with the sys system,
tem, system, was hired without a break
in service to eontinue doing
maintenance work en the sys system.
tem. system. He retires this month with the
position of automatic telephone
communications e q u I P m ent
Carlson is a native of Worces Worcester,
ter, Worcester, Mass., but nlans to make his
future home in Punta Gorda,
Mrs Casement, a native of
New York City, began her Canal
service as a typist in the rail railroad
road railroad accounts bureau, now the
Accounting Division, a few
months after her arrival on the
Isthmus. She came to the Canal
Zone In 1941 to, visit her broth brother,
er, brother, the late Dr. G. J. Gabrier. who
at that time was a dentist' with
the Health Bureau.
All of Mrs. Casement's serv service
ice service has beer with thje Account Accounting
ing Accounting Division in the same office.
She was promoted to assistant
i iaja yA n (pmintiner
UtClH 111 iv. w
clerk. Oct. 29, 1950, the position
she hid at time oi renremm.
Mrs. Casemnt plans to return
to the United States, Nov. 29. a a-board
board a-board the Panama Liner Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal and will make her home in
Railroads have been the
business of Itter since 1911
when fee began work as a ear-
man with the Pennsylvania
Railroad in Elmlra, N.Y., his
In succeeding years, he work worked
ed worked for the New York Central and
the Delaware Lackawanna and
Western, coming to the Isthmus
in April 1928 when he joined the
Canal organization' as a carman
with.the Panama Railroad."
JHis first Canal Job was in the
Balboa Shops but for a : number1
of years he worked In both Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and Crlstoh<
Feb. 12, 1945, Egger was pro
moted to car Inspector the post
tionhe held, at time of retire
ment. He and Mrs. Egger are un
decided about where they will
make- their home but plan to
travel to various parts of the
United States visiting friends
and relatives after they leave
the Canal Zone.
Harrison has spent much of
his life aboard boats or ships
He began his seagoing career as
a steim engineer aboard the Ar Army
my Army transport Nansemond in
1918. During the next 15 years
he served as engineer on a num number
ber number of ships including the Deer Deer-field,
field, Deer-field, the Wolverine, the Ashbee,
Jr, the Jacksonville:' the. Santa
Monica and the Santa Rosa.-
He was born in Philadelphia,
Pa. and came to the Isthmus on
the Santa Monica in 1935. April
29 of that, year he Joined the
Canal organization as second as assistant
sistant assistant marine engineer in the
He was promoted to chief
towboat engineer Aug. 1, 1937,
and held this position until his
retirement this month. Mr. and
Mrs. Harrison plan to live In
San Francisco, California, when
they return to the United States.
Schneider has been continu continuously,
ously, continuously, employed by the Canal or organization
ganization organization since Feb. 25, 1943
when be came to the Canal Zone
as chief towboat engineer with
the Marine Bureau at Cristobal.
While chief, engineer on the
tug Alhajnela In 1955, Schnei Schneider
der Schneider took part In the rescue op operations
erations operations at the scene of the
tragic military aircraft crash
at the Cristobal breakwater;
Before coming to the Canal
Zone, he had worked on a num
ber of freight vessels, dredges
and tugs and had also served, as
a yacht Captain.
Following his retirement, Mr,
and Mrs. Schneider plan to make
their home in Ft. Myers, Flori Florida.
da. Florida. Mrs. Wickens first came to the
Canal Zone with her husband,
George J. Wickens. who was em employed
ployed employed with the Dredginar Divi Division,
sion, Division, in 1921. She Joined the Ca Canal
nal Canal organization about. 21 years
She began her Canal service as
a cashier at the Pedro Miguel
Commissary, June 9, 1942. At the
time of her retirement, she was
cash accounting clerk in the
Balboa Retail Store.
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Ray McKinley; Glenn Miller Orchestral
To Give Two CZ Performances Nov. 23 1
i The internationally famous
Glenn Miller orchestra,' under
the direction of Ray McKlnley,
Will play two engagements in
the Canal Zone on Nov. 23. The
first will be at Coco Solo Thea Theater
ter Theater beginning at 4 pjn., the sec second
ond second at Balboa Theater beginning
at 8:30 p.m,'J :.r- i-.: v-,:
; Everyone In the Canal- Zone
and Panama has probably heard
of and listened ta the music of
Glenn Miller at some time or an
other, Perhaps not as many have
heard of McKlnley, who is now
director of the dance-band that
was headed by Miller before his
untimely death hi World War II.
Mutmiey u not only a line ai
rector,, however, but an out outstanding
standing outstanding drummer and a polish
ed' entertsuner"?:j7T. v. -p
McKlnley came originally from
Fort worth, Texas, Like most be
ginning musicians, he took some
drumming lessons, started out
with the- high-school dance or
ehestra, then took, that great
leap and left, home with an or orchestra
chestra orchestra that was "going on the
road." During his early days he
played at summer resorts in Co Colorado;
lorado; Colorado; night-clubs in Chicago;
the William Penn Hotel and the
Plaza Restaurant in Pittsburgh,
Being a serious musician, Mc McKlnley
Klnley McKlnley was constantly working
at and polishing a style all his
own. That he was successful, is
shown by his graduating to great
dance aggregations such as the
original Glenn Miller orchestra
and the Dorsey brothers' orches orchestra,
tra, orchestra, later playing with Tommy
Ray later joined with Will
Bradley to own one of the great greatest
est greatest boogie-woogie-type bands in
the U5.A. Bradley played very
fine trombone, while McKlnley
played drums and doubled-as
singer-entertainer. The band
was an instant hit. Bradley and
McKlnley each decided that he
wanted a band of his own, so the
team eventually split.
Ray was Just getting Into
stride fronting his own band
when World War II came along,
and he was soon in service as a
Glenn; Miller was also in the
Armed Forces as a captain (la (later
ter (later a major) and, upon hearing
that MCKinley was In the serv service,
ice, service, he asked that he be assigned
to his dance band,' organized t
entertain troops. 5 fS .y.
Following Miller's death jn
plane that disappeared over the
English Channel, .SgUMcKinley
was called upon to act as direc director
tor director ,of the band.
When the war was over, Ray
was chosen to the Miller band in
its transition from military to
civilian audiences. This he has
done for some years, using the
original style of Glenn Miller
and the arrangemetns so fami familiar
liar familiar to those who love the Glenn
Tickets are being sold by ad advance
vance advance reservation at Balboa 2700
for the Balboa Theater and 36-
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cipated that tickets will be o
sale in all UJ3.-rate service cen
ters on the Atlantic-side and atf
the Balboa service center 2 1
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