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Antoq. -.Balboa Hflshb
GEORGE FEARS, Ahcon-Bjil-v
boa Heights candidate,; came
"to the panal 2one from Tlew
' York;, He Is att employe of the
Health BureW working as ex executive
ecutive executive ; housekeeper at the
Gorgas Hospital For reiaxa reiaxa-'
' reiaxa-' ,. tion Fears likes to play golf.
ROGER C. HACEETT, Apconrj
Balboa Heights has been a res res-ident
ident res-ident of the Canal Zone, since
193ft. He come? from Marion.
Kentucky. Mr. Hackett to Den
of the Canal Zone Junior Col College
lege College in Balboa. Hackett studied
at Indiana University and
Harvard and did graduate
work at Oxford and' Colorado
University. His academic expe expe-rlence
rlence expe-rlence includes several schools
In the Uftited States and flso
ihe Cristobal High School in
the Canal Zone, The Dean has
and is a member of the board
of directors Cf the' Isthmian
A tikWiTf. HraSCHt. An-
con-Balboa Heights, is with
the Health Bufeau- as chlerol
the Pedriatlc Service ftt Oar
gas HospiUl. He has been here
Man MiTsr.hl lH.-ft'.mem-
' ber of the board of the Canal
5 zone committee" for Aid. to the
' physically Handicapped. While
I interested In photography and
! mf it, is an atdent ; ham"
and operates his own amateur
radio station here ori the Ca Ca--
- Ca-- nal Zone, Station KZ5DH.
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imorrov so ots of fcorsey'
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morchnflf or; reusinjr, Jo
march, and no Panama
Americans Back Tuesday
MON'DAYr NOV. t '
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HUGH TURNER, Ancon-Bal-bo
Heights candidate, has
been on the Isthmus nearly 32
years, having arrived in Feb February
ruary February 1927.' He is originally
from the state 6f Alabama; At
' the present time. Turner la em employed
ployed employed by the Supply Division
.a Chief of, the Procurement
, ,i Section.
MEL 'WALKER, Ancon-Balboa
Heights, is service center man man-nirer
nirer man-nirer kt Diablo Heiehts. He
came to tne isvnmus as a sot-:,
dler aftd was discharged nere
after six years in the service.1
He worked at 'the, Cristobal
YMCA for fQur years and was
a Canal Zone policeman from
1938 t 01945." FrOm 1945 to tne
present he has been with the
supply Bureau aunng wmca
time he was Civil Defense ad advisor
visor advisor for a year;, Walker Is an
atdent fisherman. He comes
from Hocking County. Ohio,
but his home !was In Akron.
He left there at '17 to attend,
school at ; Mt:- Vernon, where
he-lived until he nnsteo m
, the Army In 1923.
Walter K. Lindsay
.RAmiOW' CltY DISTRICT
. Ritt Aibderson
' J. (Eugene Brathwsite
Joseph Henlon ;
Wilfred Whiter -.Felipe
Henry Thomas ' ;
Percival A, Samuels r
RAINBOW CITY HEIGHTS
, (THREE COUNCILLORS)
' Ellibtt Thorpe i
, Erw Francis ?;
, Ervin J, Hicks
'CAMS' COlNER DlSTRlCT
, (FOUR COUNCILLORS)
5 Veraeel'Laingl ' '
' Edwd Grtea
.Walpert : Bernard '' 1 .'
Clifford Greene, . -vldelia.
Richards" ::' ,
Seabert.Haynes ','','' 1
' CAMpVbiERD DISTRICT
: (TWO COUNCILLORS)
' Wilfred Barrows
Phil'ip Henry ;v.,; :
.R. R. Simpson
'Ivy Clarke v.
; CHAORES MINDI DISTRICT
. (TWO COUNCILLORS) i
. Eldon Squ'rel -1
'. C. Johnson ."
'MOUNT HOPE DISTRICT t
"Cleveland, O-'MeiHs' ,
"'Percivil A! AoDletoa
: tr tAe people know the truth and lbs country it $aff Abraham Lincoln
No: Weights) ;For Tuesdays
MISS MARY BRIGHAM, Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, comes from Michigan and
Is an English ; teacher in the
Balboa High School. She has
been in the Canal Zone xor is
years.' Misg Brlgham loves ta
travel, having toured the Unit-'
d .States- and Canada." Cen
tral and Sooth America, and.
Europe. Locally, she has work
i with the Theater Guild and
has been a member of the civic,
council Xor many years. She w
a member of the college cjud.
FRED DENTON, Balboa, was
born in Puerto Rico and has
worked in Costa Rlcar and
Panama. He has been with the
executive planning staff for
five years on organization and
methods studies throughout
the Company Government. Hi
outside activities include work
with the Boy Scouts of Amer America
ica America and Gideons International.
JOHN W. HARE, chief of fre
license section of the Civil Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Bureau, is a candidate
from Balboa. He halls from
Springfield, Mass.,,- and has
been on the Isthmus nearly: 18
years. Hare is a volunteer
worker for the American' Red
Cross and Is -chairman of the
Home Services committee. He
Is interested In photography
and cartography and Is a stu-J
dent of the history of the Ca
nal Zone. f
(21 TWO-YEAR COUNCILMEN)
(12 ONE-YEAR. COUNCILMEN)
Evlyn W. Brandt
Charles G. Judge, VC;;,
Capt. Thomas Gove
George H. Egeer, Jr v ;
MrSi Cecilia T.. Govt (
Arthur Bernstein. 1
Dennis Fernande t
Douglas Smith 1 ;
James Stearns V
Capt. Wal'er A. Relnhetmer
Mrs. Gladys B.v Humphrey
Capt. Thtodora E. Bcowa .
Henry E Argue t : i.
. Dr. W. M. Snyder s -;
George .E.i Lowery V?
Wesley Sparling :
Roger J. Rios '
Henry ft. De Voll i '
W. I. HolloweU ,S
'James 'H Pu
Mrs, Marie 1 French
'.Mil. B. IL Lavia -y, j
PANAMA, B. P, SUNl)AYi
S 9 t7"
MRS. WI?XIAM (MARIAN)
MALLORY has tesided on the
Isthmus for the past 12 years,
with her husband and two
teenage children. She was born
In Orlente, Cuba. Among her
Interests are community and
youth activities on the Canal.
Zone. Mrs. Mallory enjoys wa wa-tersports
tersports wa-tersports and golf...
LLOTD MURPHY, Balboa can candidate,
didate, candidate, is a Missourlan, born
in St. Louis." He came to the
Isthmus in 1943 as a lireman
and is now employed as a
talning officer with the Per Personnel
sonnel Personnel Bureau. Murphy Is a
dedicated 'worker In his field,
devoting most of his free time
in tasks directly relating to
John C. Adams'
Mrs. Patricia Le Bran 1
Rufus Lovelady ,i '
Richard R. ("Dick") Potter
Ronald L. ("Ron") Seeley
J. Robert Smith
Mrs. James Trimble
(THREE COUNCILMEN FROM)
(10 Alternates whe will be
candidates wi h most votes aft aft-r
r aft-r councilman, regardless of pre precincts)
Inez McKenzie s
Newton Sheets f
. THIRD PRECINCT
Maurice Hey wood
Mi'dred Sawyers 1
Muriel Johnson cr
Phllmore Alexis :
Clarence Sisnett .
Byron Brooks -Mildred,
. WUUy :
NOVEMBER t, J958
RICHARD M. CONOVER, can candidate
didate candidate from LOs Rios, Is prac practically
tically practically a native Canal Zonian.
He came to the Isthmus when
less than a year old from
Somerville, Mass., where he
'was borri.'He is employed as a
position classifier for the Per Personnel
sonnel Personnel Bureau. Cohover is a
member -of the Caribbean
Stama Club, is interested In
all sports and participates In
j ; most of them.
MRS. MARJORIE V. EVANS, EVANS,-candidate
candidate EVANS,-candidate from Los Rios, is a
housewife." She is originally
from New York and has been
on the Isthmus for the past six
years. Except in 1956, Mrs. Ev Evans
ans Evans has been a member of the
Civic Council since 1953. She is
a member of the Pacific Sad-'
die Club and a delegate the
tf.S. Citizens Association since
1953. She Is a member of the.
Diablo Heights PTA. Her maid
interests lie in civic work and
ROBERT E; MEDINGER, Los
Rios candidate, is a native son,
having been born in Panama
Hospital. He attended the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone schools and went to,
college at Georgia Tech. Med Med-Inger
Inger Med-Inger works as an admeasuret
for the Marine Bureau in Bal
boa.i He plays golf and Is a
boating fan, but for real relax relaxation
ation relaxation he plays baseball ; with
the Little Leaguers. Medlnger
managed a team a couple of
years ago and will get back:
into it again this season.. 1
R. W- BLADES, candidate from,
Los Rios, comes from Crist ield,
Maryland, on Chesapeake Bay.
He enlisted, In the Army and
eame to the Canal Zone in
1941 and was employed by the
Canal Zone Police where he
has been continually employed
as a policeman and traffic of officer
ficer officer on both sides of the Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus. His outside Interest Is
tinkering in his shop trying
to make life as comfortable; as
A. M. Booche Jr. )
Charles Staples i
E. B. ("Bill") Verner '.'
Maleolm Wheeler v
1 vf '5-, ''ft.:".
RICHARD P. DANIEL, Diablo
Heights candidate, was born in
Clarkston, Washington, and
considers himself a resident of
California. ilDlck; Daniel has
been employed by the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Company since 19401
He is a member of Lodge 811
of this international Assoca
tion of Machinists and a mem-i
ber of the Archaeological So Society
ciety Society of Panama. He has been
a item slit rrtpmhw of the civic
council lor the past two years
and boasts or a perrect at attendance
tendance attendance record. Dick reports
his main hobby and lntetesjt
7.!r II. III..' V
as community acuyiues.
JAMES YATES, candidate
fromDlablo Heights, arrived
on the Isthmus 20 years ago
from Pennsylvania. All of his
employment has been with the
Personnel Bureau and he Is
now employment and utmza
tion technician. Yates' hob
bles include traveling and he
has visited the Americas ana
Hawaii. He is interested In
summer camp in New Hamp
shire and enjoys gardening
and his dog.
W. E. Colclasure
: A. C. Payne
. (ONE TO BE ELECTED)
. Fritz Cheney
3. D, MacLean 1
Mrs. Rose Jones
- Mrs. Al Mancinelli
Mrs. Audrey Rogers
i Cap'. W. H- Munpon
John T. Dillon
-Mrs. Helen Cox
Margarita Cristobal-Margarita (EIGHT COUNCILMEN)
. Henry T. Carpenter
- Thomas L. Sellers
. WilUam H.' Wynne
. IiOuise E. Griffon
Emmet T, Harper
Gerard K. Schear
. Fy M. Brown
Vera Grace Irving
Wilfred R. Waldrip
I I,, i in "iAOii A.
Residents of all Canal Zone civilian communities exV
cept Gatuft trek to the polls
eaders for the coming year.
voting for civic council
place itt the United States citizen communities of Margov 1
rita, loco 5olo, Gamboa, and
composed of Ancon-Balboa
Heights and Los Rios.
: Elections will be held at
Rate con muniHes of Rainbow
and Pedro Miguel.
Gotun, which is primarily
election on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 7-8.
In many cases the newly elect.
ed council members will assem
ble Immediately after they have
been certified as winners and
elect their council officers. How
ever, some councils will not
name their officers until as late
as January in accordance with
their constitutions and bylaws.
Starting about 8:30 p.m. Tues
day.' CPN-TV and Radio will
broadeaejf je$wpfc ?fc the various
; During the past, year the
councils have been unusually
I active In matters dealing with
housing, schools and recrea
tional facilities, especially in
; connection with the establish
ment of the two new commu communities
nities communities Of Coco Solo and Pedro
Each council determiner its
own elections procedure. In
general polls will be open all
day in the various communities.
Pacific Council voters, In ad
dition to electing councllmen,
also will cast ballots on a pro
posed amendment to that coun
cil's constitution. The amend
merit-is designed to make it eas
ier for 'candidates to qualify
without going through the cumt
bersome process prescribed by
present constltutlonar provisions,
Some 21 Junior College stu students
dents students and 7.r from Balboa Hi?h
School will man the Pacific
council's uolling places. The
studenM In general will work
in two ou rshifts.
Election procedures In each
community, as reported by
Council presidents, is (council (council-men
men (council-men are elected for two year
terms: alternates for one vear) :
PACTFtC COUNCIL The top
three vote getters In each, of the
94 Pacific-Side Students
Will Man Polling Booths
Assistant! the Pacific Civil Coun
cil as election officials, wiil be 73
Balboa High School and 21 Canal
Zone Junor College students. These
young men and women have been
assigned to the polling bootlis by
the Elections Tommit.ee.
The officials from the Hmh
Richard Abell. Janet Adkins.
Zulma Alers, Henry Barker, Jo-
sepn jsarr. Susan Barrett. Judith
Beeby, Paul Blades, David B;owne,
Kuth prQvn, Joyce Cameron, Ga-
oriei vasiro, Kooena uovair san-
ara cunely, Barbara, c.ark.
Charles Concannon, Kathleen Cox,
Claudia Davis, Kenneth De Gon,
Charles Denton, Heidi Da Soo,
Carol DimofL Celu Dorfmann. Ce
cilia Eggleston. David Eisenmann,
Raymond Engle, Harold Feeney,
Judith Flenniken, Gabrien Frede Frederick,'
rick,' Frederick,' Charles French, Mercedes
Garcia, ..Lucille Gomez, Graham
Gross, Jack Hern, Lacy Hinkle
William. Hitchcock, Judith Hotz,
ana ratricii Ke.'iy.
Carlos KJamco, Laird King, Jane
Kintoer, Barbara lipper, Henry
Lavender Charles Level, Sandra
Mcay, Brian McNamee, Edith
McNejll, Jtnica Maione, Virginia
Minitin ;Ma.tk Mill Conrl,,
Mo-enty, Manueli a Moses, Ar hur
O'Leary? Jose Ortiz, Julie Reeder,
Sally Reihart. Joseph Reyno'ds,
Edwsrd Suarez, Carlos Sucre, PU
Ts'e. Lavne Taylor, Donald Ter
ry." Rene Terebs. Shirley Tillman,
Solly ToussieluDale Turner. Diane
; TEN CF.NTI
Tuesday to name their civil
men and women will takt
the big Pacitic Council area
Heights Balboa, Diabf
the same time in the Local
City, Santa Cruz, Paraiso
a shift town, will hold its
four wards will be elected to the
Pacific council for two year
terms and the second three will
be named one-year alternates.'
Number of candidates: ncon
Balboa Heights ward eight, Bal-'
boa 18, Diablo six. Los Riornlne.
GAMBOA Two ; candidates,
for the1 positions of two council- f
me nand five alternates: 1
CRIS TOBAL M "RGARITA
atafoi-glrt cotincfl- posts and
iour ajternaw posiuons. c .,
ftATrrW -Jl. tin nomtneM tnr 10
council Vacancies; election will
be held Nov. 7-8. W? -1
COCO SOLO 'ir 24 tiames on
the ballots, 21 elected for two
vear terms and 12 for one year
t6rms. t f
RAINBOW CITY COUNCIL
17 vacancies In six districts.
Number of candidates ,bv. dis district:
trict: district: Rainbow City Heights,
three vacancies, six candidates:
Camn Bierd, two vacancies, five,
candidates; Chaeres-Mindi, two
vacancies, two candidates: Mt.:
RoDe, one vacancy three candl- i
dates; camn Coiner, f onr vacan vacancies,
cies, vacancies, seven cnd)dRtes: and
Rainbow City district, five va vacancies,
cancies, vacancies, nine candidates.
SANTA CRUZ 18 candidates
for "six council posts and six al alternate
ternate alternate nositions. v
PAP ISO Five precincts
with 33 candidates. Three coun councllmen
cllmen councllmen win be elected from each
"recinct. The following 10 can candidates
didates candidates with the most votes, re regardless
gardless regardless of tbe'r district, will be
PD0 MtGUFX Offleers
lected last vear will serve two,"
vear terms. Election Is for threat
coi'n"imen for two yer terms
and three for one,year terms.
Vestal, Robert-Wallace. Marllvn
Ward, Joieph White, Sara White-
ner, Stanley wuson, and Olivia
The election officials from' t the :
Jun'or College include-,
June Barlow. Jo Ann Bara
Lawson Beckley, Brian Cox, James
DesLondes, John J. Feldt, Carolyn
Hail, Rochelle Head, Nanrr
Hughes, Sandra ones, Elizabeth
Monagan, Helen Nita, Cyn'hia Orr,
Jeanette Orr, Patricia Peck, Beau
pne Presjon, John Riley, Auris.
telk Schmidt, James Selby", Ben-.,
jam'n Thomas, and Carl Tooth
Mrs. Lillian Mairs h
Chris "opher Cox t
Mrs. Leonora Prince
Ph ilip King ; J
Elisha Bennett ;
Ignatius Prince-"' ..,'
Joseph ftMCfc'lif f',4 S
f :,' ''.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER t, 1951
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Uhmi w MCttot araMfiiUy aad arc aaadM ta A wholly ceeKoWial
It f MAWbAtt UttAf V t M iftipjtHlrf Iff kt NMl WPAM His
MX 4ay. Uttew ar pabltehtd in the orotr rear4.
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lWy lattft wriNrt m held in strict eonHdtne.
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x JOLLY LOCAL RATERS V iS.-
'Itehouki be borne In mind that though Local Raters may
Appear to be jolly and carefree en paydays-; many of Jhem are
ist pretending. Their carefree manner should-no be inter interpreted
preted interpreted as a sign that they are satisfied iyith the pay ihey get.
. I think the recent labor trouble on the docks, for one, could
fare been handled more sagaciously. For the situation as it is
atS into effect which; administered
fairly will give every dock employe a chance of getting enough
work 'to qualify, for Inclusion in the Federal civil service retire-
menl. Sufficient men to work the ships without an exorbi exorbitant
tant exorbitant need for overtime; .-.'';.'. i
3 Discontinue the present custom fhlririg: and laying bff
men according to the personal whim of the official concerned.
If the effects of favoritism or personality clashes can thus
be avoided, then everyone will get a fair, share of the work a a-vaiiable,
vaiiable, a-vaiiable, and will be able to afford a six percent payroll deduc deduction
tion deduction for retirement.
Further the realization that they -enjoy these retirement
benefits would give the present WAE men more incentive to
' v. m.ni o noHnn nr in it.
of Commonwealth relationship to the United States? If we are
' a nation, then we cannot take the recent statements of Canal
' zone Gov. William E. Potter lightly, least of all those state state-'
' state-' mentg which appear to express disapproval of the National As Assembly
sembly Assembly taking up the issue.
Potter Is not one of those ordinary, semi-rilliterate Joe
Zonians. He is a top-ranking military man, an established en engineer,
gineer, engineer, and his success at sweet talking the Local Raters into
letting him squeeze them with hardly a protest either from
tu. .,ii nr frnm t.ha union nrovps him to be a fine strategist.
line viv.wAiia f - -
It may have been just this success with the Local Raters
which led him to think he could get away with the same sweet
talk to some of Panama's leading citizens, forgetting that, un
HKe ine Liocai naiers, many ui urau '" .,..
Stateside or in England.
My guess is that there are about 15,000 Local Raters and
..t. jnanf. iivtno nn the 7.nn with r.nmmlRsarv nrivileees.
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But via contraband these 15,000 keep another 50,000 or so per persons
sons persons living In Panama pretty well stocked.
When Potter Implies that Panamanian products are not up
to the quality necessary for the peoole on the Zone he Insults
1 000,000 Panamanians (remember Nino Mill6n?) plus thou-
sands of North Americans and other aliens living in the republic.
It was quite a thing to hear the top man of the Panama
Canal organization getting off some cracks about monopolistic
Sactices, too. Can you imagine anything more monopolistic
anTthe Panama Canal Company, in all its ramifications?. For
my part, I wouldn't be surprised that some of our greedier
.v merchants learned their monopolistic tricks from the Panama
The docks and factories which would ease our economic
' situation over here in Colon cannot be built till Potter gives the
' word. The Colon Free Zone authorities were wondering wheth wheth-!'
!' wheth-!' er they could use the abandons-! France Field as an airfield
1 to serve the Free Zone, but this Panama Canal Company, which
has no use for It, took it over anyway just for spite's sake.
Panama doesn't owe Uncle Sam one red cent.
Ginger Know AH
The gent who wrote in the Mall Box about civilian empires
and how they net built on milltr -y posts sure banged the nail
on the head. First, a slick civilian sells the officer in charge
a bill of goods and get himself employed. Soon the slicker slan slanders
ders slanders the GIs in one way or another and has them replaced by
civilians of a caliber that wouldn't hit a lick at a snake. Thev
couldn't pass the entrance exam to get into the service, much
less Dass the AFSC in which they now supervise.
Here's the slicker's angle each GI replaced by a civilian
gives the slicker more chance to get himself upgraded. Why
the officer in charge cannot see through this is because he is
not too bright either.
Most of these civilians who are replacing low-paid GIs
make $6000-$8OO0 yearly. This is a drag on the Armed Services'
budget, and should be investigated. You don't find the problem
of over-paid, unqualified civilians where the climate Is not ideal
or where there is any chance of bombs dropping.
I would suggest that these individuals be replaced either
by Spanish-speaking GIs or Local Raters.
To rub salt into the wound, most" of these over-paid slobs
flaunt their pay scales before career GIs with much more ex experience
perience experience and schooling and half the pay.
I know of three sections on one Canal Zone post alone
where from four to seven U.S. civilians, complete with their
empires, could be replaced by two NCOS. One of our overpaid
civilians recently bragged that his pay exceeds that of a bri brigadier
gadier brigadier general.
What A Set Up
The first requisite for a reporter is an objective approach,
not necessarily without opinions, but certainly with the ability
to see two sides. Your football reporter Trevor Simons plays up
penalties against Balboa High School for unsportsmanlike con conduct,
duct, conduct, rather than giving us a summlne up of the game as a
whole. Is this jood reporting?
A couple of penalty-haony officials in a game can spoil things
for the fans and teams'alike. I don't thlnh any team would be
proud Of a win based dn 45 yards of penalties. Simons objected
to a statement concerning this particular game that the "of "officials
ficials "officials picked up considerable yardage." To me it was an apt
description of what happened.
Longtime Football Fan.
For the Bst
in news and entertainment
840 PANAMA 1090 COLON
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iik Puerto Rico, in some sort
By ROBERT C. RUARK
SAN FRANCISCO I shall- not
attempt to define the "beat .' "ge.
neration, excep that here in San
Francisco they seem to be making
a good thing of it, ever since writ
er Jack Karouac got rich and set
an example for his compatriots.
1 hit a couple of the "beat'!
joints, as a public service to my myself,
self, myself, and confirmed an earlier sus suspicion.
picion. suspicion. The beat bit, except for a
few misguided, talentless neo
phytes, who don't care for wash
ing anyhow, is t fairly clever piece
or merchandinsine a oanhancle
reduced to a profitable profession.
It took a murder or so and sus suspicion
picion suspicion of marijuana to draw atten
tion to the many caves of San
Francisco which have in the past
couple of years been trying to com combine
bine combine the old Left -Bank of Paris
with the old Greenwich Village of
The net result of the effort is
successful. Dirty clothes and un
washed bodies, sweai.rs instea'
of shirts, short-haired girls and
long-haired boys. And, as far
I have been able to observe, an
almost complete absence of talent.
The beat generation's Mess'ab
is this Jack Karouac guy. who
wrote two books which hvae been
successful, but which would not
have complied with fifth-grade re requirements
quirements requirements for a thematic know knowledge
ledge knowledge of basic English, punctua
tion or development of plot or
The thesis of the whole school
is that you've got to be a bum,
but play it cool, whatever that
I manfully tackled his latest ef
fusion, something c"ed "The Sub
terraneans" I tVk, and could
be wjong, because I threw it a-
way after six pages and the title
was not perman .ly imprinted on
Perhaps it attempts fo combine
some James Joyce with Gertrude
Stein with all tj Existentialits,
but it combines little of anything
more coherent than the scr vis of
the late Greenwich Village moocn
er-philosopher, Joe Gould, known
by us old Villagers ag Professor
I have never quite understood it.
but there seems to b" some
in the Bohemian world that fiKh
of body and habit, overindulgence
in booze and dope, wild music and
unscanname poetry, sloppy sweat
sh'rts and moral eccentricity from
a blanket excuse for Jack of talent
or slovenliness of the commission
. My Lord, but they are a sorry
lot, to contuse sloppmess with 'a
lent, nonconformity with ability,
mental disease with genius.
A certain amount of moral and
physical disarray is perhaps allow
able in established ability, in pro
performance, but .these- beatniks
got the cart before the horse.
They are as sad a lot as their
British equivalents, the "Angry
Young Men," with one exception
There seems to be some talent
lurk o? under the dingy gray tur
tlenecks, and dingier-gray morals
o ,v,e Rr,ti"1' ""ilHfirs.
Up to now I have not figured
out wna' trey re all ma at, nr
why they should accept a surly
voung delinauent such as the late
James -Dean as an idol, or why
the rather unusual Marlon Brando
should set the, pace for living le
They live in a time of plenty and
oDnortuniv for all. Most have not
been involved in f"Hous wars, and
none have know "e bitter brand
of a real deprer n.
I wondered, the other day, when
il saw a smooth-faced young bum
stone-dnmk in a ruDDisn mn on
sunny afternoon in a decent street
of a lovely city, what he had to
be drunk about, sleeping among
the bottles and old crumpled paste pasteboard
board pasteboard cartons.
Perahos this young man w?'
oracticjng for a Nobel prize, an
thi- was hnmework. But more lf" lf"-lv
lv lf"-lv he would be the same scruffy
fellow who Shows ud in some dive
later on, and is put outside as
proo to ilnoress the clean-shirted
passers bv with what a cool Bohe Bohe-nvn
nvn Bohe-nvn joint awaits rtownstviri.
In one of such trans the young
lush who ws sleeping ino his
beer abruntly sobered as the, un un-talntH
talntH un-talntH trio auit 'ts set and. the
curiosity-seekers filed out.
I must admit, in the llBh of his his-fory.
fory. his-fory. that a certain amount of un un-derita'ne
derita'ne un-derita'ne r humauUy can be
derived from living with bums. No Nobody
body Nobody t'er not hurt from associat associating
ing associating with the seamier side, and
povprtv s a rat techer.
Vn '""owrf'-'huni ne tMtii,
and bching a bum Is quite another.
Ani to r j i- yl i !" a
bum, and then to write a play like
a bum, is ouit another kettle of.
COr,i"'Pr1 conWnn. . ;
H M mt"ti'( 4 urn to
touch the tourists for curiosity mo mo-ney.
ney. mo-ney. unW the me mis"n',er mis"n',er-s'ood
s'ood mis"n',er-s'ood srtlstrv is abodt as low a
form of har'otry as can! be prac practice
tice practice by male or female.
Soap, sobriety and ton were ne-
v-.- m tn nistorv oi taiem, active
,iwre in art.
SEEK FILM BAN
BONN. Germanv will try to
halt the showing of wartime anti-
Nazi films In Unite' Va
and Canada, Foreign Minlsfer
H i n ? I e h vot Brntno snid
yesterday. He told a questioner
tn Parlimnt fnat diplomatic of officials
ficials officials would take whatever steps
wee nos'lbl" to have such fi'tis
lurked. -A Parliament member
said the films- were beine shown
because they were so old their
rents were-extremely low.
Half a ColumriMore qr LessNow arid Then
The Congressional elections an(
the contests tor Governor ana om
er officers in a number ot Mates'
amn.ia rho ctronovt in thA
are amous the strangest in me
history oi United States politics.
Tne campaign has been largely
Eisenhower and Nixon and uiey
have got most of the big headlines
in the pr'its.
Of course, neigter one of them
is a candidate at present. Nixou
first h must fcfct the nominauon
and then the election. He has
been working har. loi both c.tr
since he Uecamirlke a boy.
Beyond tnat the twi top Repub Republicans
licans Republicans are fighting to save the Re Republican
publican Republican Party and to save the
nation from the Democrats and
, The whitewash has faded from
the '.'new Nixon," and we have
the bid protege of Murray Cho Cho-tiner,
tiner, Cho-tiner, using all of his ld tricks.
Nixon explains his position with
no damage to Nixon. He-says that
he was advised to keep out of the
campaign to avoid being associat associated
ed associated with a losing cause.
Nixon declared boldly that he
would have none of that, ''be ''because
cause ''because I can think of nothing more
contemptible than running from. a
fight when things are tough."
That's the "All American Boy,"
although he is beginning to snow
his age, speaking frankly. It is
also a graduate student of the
Murray Chotiner school of poli politics.
tics. politics. When Murray was high in the
counsels of the Republicans and
was lecturing at the Republican
Campaign School in 1955, he said.
"If your- candidate should"; get
up in front of a crowd and 'Say,
'I have been told that I must not
talk about this subject, but I am
aoine to tell the people just ex
actly what is going on,' you i will
be amazed at wnat nappent.
Dick has dropped Murray ; but
not hig political line. But he ; had
nn rhnire. If he had kept out of
the campaign he could have been
blamed if the Republicans lost,
and even if they do lose, he can
eet credit lor trying end perhaps
for cutting down the Democratic
mammy., r-v, .
Furthermore he has become the
icKnowieaeea leaoeB oi me ne
mblicafr Party; Tbei President al-
ways teanea on men ami onenn
(Adams) nouucaiiy -so atter ner
man left it was not hard for Dick
to take over. He showed his au
thoritv when he said in Califor
nia that Truman and Achesou
lead us into war and Eisenhower
and Dulles led us Into peace.
That statement was made at
the same time that Elsenhower
and Dulles -in Washington were
hoping that foreign policy could
be kept out oi tne campaign, mx-
on got on the phone to Washing Washington
ton Washington and the ; next day corrected
both the .President and Secretary
of State. Since that, although Dul Dulles
les Dulles has kept out of the campaign,
the President has followed Nixon's
Nixon knew, of course, that the
Korean War was a far fetthed
issue fh a Congressional election,
lust as he knew that the "peace'1
is an armed one, at the mercy of
a Chinese Dictator, named Chiang
President gave a fair imi
tation of Nixon and the new Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower in his "hard bitting"
speech in California. Ha spokeNu
the "frightening alternative' to
the election of more Democrats
to Congress. He warned of ''ever
higher taxes, cheapening dollars,
sky high prices, cnronic unemploy unemployment
ment unemployment and labor strife." v
He did not mention the present
purchasing power of the dollar
nor the fact that the cost of liv living
ing living is higher that it has ever been
in the United States. Neither did
he mentldn that over four million
workers have been jobless for al
most two yean. How long does
it take unemployment to become
President Eisenhower made an-
other hot speech in Chicago and
Out Front and Hard to
lthftrRepub0can big: Shots :hked it
thousands -Deeded for-'ra-'Jiation.
wide television, brfraoeasv.' 1 nave
a report on-the lattr''.from a
hewspape'r friend, via, Uucago
" ' r-. 4
"Last evenina.". he wrote,
called on some friends who want
ed to see Eisenhower on, televi
sion. He delivered a speech at a
political meeting here, and I felt
sorry for the poor inept man try try-ins
ins try-ins to appear impressive, I think
he had .forgotten to read the
speech' 1U ghost write?' wrote 4Qr
"Anvwav he, lostvhis place- sev
eral times, hesitated at -the wrqflg
tims,and mispronounced A -num.
her bfjwordsMIe-probably tsL i
lot of votes' for -the congressional
candidates in this area.
"The most; amusing of the UQ?
sillv hlunrtfiMi wa JJixon's insist
ing on the firing of Shermap Adr
am Most" Everyone remembers
that'Nixon had ari;.$ia,0j)0, undei
thvcounter salary from the Cauf Cauf-orniandustiriafisls.
orniandustiriafisls. Cauf-orniandustiriafisls. iHeX!1-' B0V
wonder of tlie. Republicans -and if
tney nominate mm ne ,wuugeb as
u-J u.-'t.'i.-. 'Alt r-k-Jv.M 4k i
But there" was one. neword m
the" Chicago speech fht the--Pres-
ident did: not mlsoronouhee., Tht
was Democrat "A ttpotw"!
drat, is, .a, noun, he used it asyin
aaiecnver vtzr ,ltne uemocrat ra
This., gimmick wai; tnotighr-
uy woe jces9 asenig wno.imHi..,v
yer in Washington. They". thAjiglt
it'ovould Annihilate the- Dettcti-
tic Pamy. ; t . ;
vCertamJy these, smart boyif ca't
do anything to 'make Jhe,"B3sen Jhe,"B3sen-mjwerrgran?mar'
mjwerrgran?mar' Jhe,"B3sen-mjwerrgran?mar' worse, hut, hi
they, put hew wdrds in his speech
es hey: should tell him1- howsio
The nwEiseiihowerUh-the i
mage of the old Nixon is frightful
ly distorting ihe "father image"
that has been in the- hole 'for the
Republican Party; "Pm? not,-po
sure that it is going to 4ielp either,
TH E PENALTY Forrest Springer,; chief, evaluawr in the vi
safety responsibility section of the Kansas State Motor Vehicle
Department, ponders a pile of some of the; auto" license plates
'tollected by his offlee. They represent no hobby, but were (
.picked up over 600 of them from drivers who couldn't pay,
'damages following an accident. The tags -represent 75 ,61 the.
. state's 105 counties; plus a few from out of state.
Dick or rthe Republican Party ve
ry much- Dick is -on a worse spot
than when he put on nis teievi-
tion soap 9pera with a cocker pup puppy
py puppy and ms Wiie's cxoih coai.
; The important -state is Califor California.
nia. California. Dick, was called clever when
he is supposed to- have engineer
ed the nomination ; of y Senator
Knowland for 'Goverhpr and Gov
erhor Knieht for Senator.
But Knight' W hot supportiflg
Knowland for Governor and Know Know-land
land Know-land 'Mr keeping quiet about
Knight, It is likely that they will
both be defeated. They disagree
on the so-called right to work
law. Nixon ,is neutral as he doesn't
thingHt i?Tiicefor the Vice Pres Pres-fdentsto
fdentsto Pres-fdentsto I e tip opinion on such
a tiuestion. 1 1 fM?i i
.He tftasds four-ecttlare on. all
controversial euestions, well, on al-
mest an of themr Jfour-squfre in
iu uuuk njeans- ucmg in u iuu
rnpr trf lthl damn timi frm. 1
: lane wvii -msiHS lur ihslui;i,
He -has said little on the subjeqt,
since he announced that "A great
Republican Chief Justice- Earl
Warren, of the Supreme Court
Jiad ended racial discrimination m
Recently when asked1, where he
&; -rn C'vil Rights he duckfd
by. telling the reporters that he
had given b's views M the sub
jert eo.tfften: U. toas 'nor longer
' Ttien heiddca', with visible an ankerthe
kerthe ankerthe Newr5fbrk Times renorts.
P'J(wiJtndt stand 'here before this
Itn group of newspapermen 'and
take an msindation that I haye re refused
fused refused to discuf?isCivil Tftiffhts. That
is. all, gentlemeh, Thank you veJ
How after that careful, and Ke-
f nia explanation, everybody knows
exaetly where Nixon stands on Ci Civil
vil Civil Rights.,
.," f : ..-: ... - -.-. . .-i
mimmm '-'-wwciiiiiei:iin),irifc "i-iir .. .. r-T imiiiiiw.iiin 1 .11 it
SNIVELLING SERFS. I oroffered kind crr..t;nr. V V'H
Jast. week and not a one of you has borne yourseif'in the
slightest degree more wortniiy as a result, so let us there therefore
fore therefore returrt iq the realms of truth. As f said, snivelling serfs.
. .Withthe aid of a skin diver's mask t kaw nm,.A
through the popping -suds pn
riave ecned signs of a United Fund drive on the horizon.
Mor especiallyt;haveerceived that, startrr?g fast
night, and continuing Cntil Fueria y L'uz.cuts the -station
rvii iwr weing.wree montna Denid with ita Gold, CFN-TV is
0ing to employ a devicr knqwn as a telethon to hold the
population of the Canal 2one upside down-and shake it
till the nickejs start failing from the pants pockets, or the
dolla bills from the flossy garters, or wherever,
v.;i I know not what. a telethon Is. My Webster'f Collegiate
Dictionary leaps directly from telethermometer n Ap Apparatus
paratus Apparatus for, indicating the temperature of a distant point)
to. teletype i (a-trademark applied to a. kind of, teletype-,
writer). . .. 4
A MylCpnpise' Oxforlti Dictionary bounds- likean Jmpala
rectly Jronytele8eme ( svstem'of electrical' sitrnallino' in.
eluding annunciator, used in hotels) to television (tta see-
ing,y aid f .ertziaftrWavesor otherwise, 'f -what it
,,.m6 nuppiiing ttt a pia.ee veuea oy-CDStacies or dia
.tance from-tJm obmvr' ye.) t t--
- t-- No telethon, Dot.nowber; w. V"., ",,. i
runa ana vagnaii$7 Not an electronic flicker n elffht
between teleetich fan acrostic
the lines) to Telout ( a Telenghlte, one of a nomad people
Inhabiting the Altaic plateau).
And what'e that? Ai any schoolboy knows. the"Xftalo
plateau Is part of the Altai range or group of ranges be
tween Mongolia and Siberia. Highest peak: Mt Bielucha,'
12,790 ft.. v ; ,
t Belaying down the- stern slopes of Bielucha -f eet
course for the "New Words Section" of my Webster's. But
no, not a telethon In captivity between technicolor, (a trade trademark
mark trademark applied to a three-color process of color-clnematog
raphy in which he final film contains the coTor images
transferred, by a special process from three separate films)
to testosterone (a crystalline hydroxvketone,' C19H2802,
obtained from the testes of bulls and, artificially, from
How about the "tele" territory of the addenda to my
Concise Oxford?. Not A sign of "telethon" between, tech technocracy
nocracy technocracy (organization and management of a country's .in .industrial
dustrial .industrial resources by technical experts for the good of the
whole commuiyty), and tenesmus (continual IncliWation'to
void the bowels or bladder accompanied bv oalnful strain
ing). r v
TV critic in -the house? .-'
Disregarding this longshot possibility, J shall go 6i to
carpenter this copy without an authoritative definition of
What I am talking aboiits ..(:.
A telethon, as best I can
sent Interesting spectacles or -sounds which" 2pnkni will
be prepared to Unleash 'leash 'to View olr-hear." k, ;
Writing before the event, I maybe anticipat?d"by oc occurrences,
currences, occurrences, but nevertheless would like to offer these sounds
or spectacles as money raisers anywhere, any time: ,.'
1. Qanal Zone Gov. William E. Potter and Panama
National Assembly, deputy David Samudio in a tug-of-war,
with A, slab of, Panamanian beef substituted for -the rope.
If the contest could be made best out of tHree,jNevv Zealand
and Australian beef could, treaty permitting, be substituted
for the Panamanian product for the final two encounters,
2. One representative each from the State Department
and. the government of Panama readinc aloud thaif iknnnm
versions of USPanama
umiea rujpr wnenever they coincide. (Maybe this 'would
not be a4ucratlve gimmick, after all.)
3. A representative of Tecon demonstrating the' tech technique
nique technique by which from the, West Bank launching pad: they
got the Paraisosatellit into orbit.
4. A navigation lesson by one r both of the' 'two
shrimp boat skippers who managed to get themselves lost
on the boundless deep of Llmon Bay "between Crietobal mole
an hoiks River,-apparently
of ie cash register at the Coco Solo Breaker! Club for
the bell on 'the 'Ambrose Light. Or something, i t
. t. A couple of the Zone
mating by -how, much the percentage turnout of Local. Rate
voters at Tuesday' Civic Council elections will eeed that
of the S Raters. (Previous form' indicate something a
rtund 4-1.) J;v", 1 s -
t, A late-night encore showing of ''One Minute PJease."
7, The Theater Guild .Duttinar on an exernffrom
Shakespeare' Julius Caesar,
lean ana nungryuassius.
8. Congressman Daniel
Panamanian National anthem.
9. Army It: Gen. Ridgely, C, Gaither, commander
in chief. Caribbean Command.-broadcast nD th -hw In
10. Governor Potter (reprfse) leading the .National
Assembly choir In "The Stars and Stripers .for Ever."
. 1t. A trio by Panama Canal Personnel Bureau director
Edward A. Doolan, Transportation and Terminal, Bureau
director B. I. Everson, and Terminals Division superintend superintendent
ent superintendent E. B. O'Brien's Jr. "I Cver the Waterfront;' with
accompaniment by a South American perennial herb (.Ivcod-
ersicon esculentum) of the
. tz. junior college football coach Stu Browntrymg
to drive golf balls through the holes In his line.
Things being as they are (for years I haven't been
able to figure out just how that is) I regret I am'not able
to; do more for this worthy
qon't want anyone to think l
United Fund. Who knows, I'm
Salvation Army's door any
mere isr oniy one oiner.. warning i nave to pner you
all in the week that lies ahead. I try with all the compas compassion
sion compassion I can muster to overlook the distance which lies be between
tween between the Canal; Zone and demooracy.but please try to
understand the meaning of those, voting tickets they are
going to confuse. yoi with ,on Tuesday. ;. -j i,
They come in different colors, to help understand, but
unfortunately don't have any pictures. Just wprds.
I don't expect too much from any or all of you. All I
ask Is that come Wednesday I do not find that, havirtg
perused all the electoral and other publicity material-available,
you have elected either. Eisenhower or Nixon to the
Pacjfic Civic Council, or Baby Almant to the Cristobal Cristobal-Margarita
Margarita Cristobal-Margarita Civic, Council.
.Just this once pjease.jyou numbskullsvtry .to jmder-'
stand what is' going on around you,.( i,
. Lycopers)con esculentuml?.Ydu; mean yoo dotnow7
It's In plain view on the way;jo the 'Mt'e'le ,ecfidn of the
dictionaries. Means tomato, " v
" PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT this. week.
i dedicated to all my fellow mountaineers .who climb'
Mt Bielucha by' way of Dictionary r Col. :
myalimento Aleman, and
with letters at th unrl-nf
understand it, strives to .pre-
treaties, with $10 going to the
havme mistaken the clajielnff
s sharpest odds-makers esti
with Len Worcester as the
J. Flood (D-Pa;! iinerinfr the
United Fund enterprise, but I
haverw't tried on behalf of the
liable to be knockine onfthe
day myself. J -'
I ... ?-
sl::oat, novemeeb t, m
THZ 8UX3AT AMERICAN
J5 A -.rr--U3
ti5ntih;SX:n .7duldjRcgret In d ustria I isf Piboses 1 1 key
He Tri:d;To Ch:nne ITie'Vcstbr kin .ckrKox ti&rSL vki&
Khrushchev Exichandfe Visits
I L :v. K
STARS OUTLET Rabbi Nathan.
4, TJSO-JWB and trustee of the club's MARS station, receives a
. i MAR3 renewal certificate from MaJ. Willard nint, chief of the
' , communication division, USARCARIB Signal Section. In the
i uutKgniuna w jBome on ine equipment used wroperate the out
I "f LONDON," Nov J In the whole iso staging animDressive wthibi!
British. Commonwealth of .Nations
1 ; -there can be few trysting places
. more congenial, more common-to-
, r an, -than London's Piccadilly Cu
j cus. Stand there long enough in
- -we tramc swirl beneath the elfin
4 '"atatue of Eros, winged god of
love, and it is said you .will meet
j veryonB in the world.
! You can watch 'them In endless
, panorama people of different
A V ,(countries races, creeds and color.
- Go below ground to the oversea
telephone booths and you can
, speak to s subscribers anywhere
V" rom Cape Town to Canberra,Cal Canberra,Cal-A
A Canberra,Cal-A t cutta to Quebec- w
' Such thoughts must motivate the
f Xros Club, those men 'and worn-
.; en from" South Australia who on
a particular date every October
meet on 'the steps of Eros and
. -ign the book. ;
Richard Boundy, their secretary,
tells how the club was started in
4835 by two young Cambridge U-
y j,- diversity students from Adelaide.
, i About a dozen South Australians
. came to the first meeting, and al al-'
' al-' together about 250 Jiave turned
, up bver the years.
ims year a record attendance
of $7 included, Mr.vM. Holebacs
it Eros from Australia ,'or the
first time since 1936. bringing her
daughter along to sign on. ,?,
EROS WILL REMMN ,
- For ths club's sake and every everyone
one everyone else's, 1 am glad Eros is 'to
stay ,u.RevoJuUofiary .changes s ar.
t envisaged at K Piccadilly Circus,
- posslbi iucludmg a 230-feet sky skyscraper
scraper skyscraper hotel and a gay, brightly-lit
r'oier-head" 'restaurant, j
- but' 'he leaping Eros is to re re-,
, re-, .main ixnscd on one two, aiming
; the .arrow that. never leaves his
bow. r V
' The, flower-sellers, with "their e e-.
. e-. normous baskets of multi-colo'ed
. blooms,, win still sit around the
steps- io. remind us that-' the Cir-
cus is an intimate; friendly place,
. the traditional jolly rendezvous for
. rejoicing and celebrations.
Bg-scale alterations are still the
' subject of inquiry, but theLon-
- don: County, .Council has put its
cards on. the table in the shape oi
beautifully-executed 'models'' of a
new Piccadilly,' Circus 'calculated
t lorsiagser me oiaer generation oi
.Lohdonets. ; - -'If
plans gq' through we shall see
buildings 'clustered on a hug
bridge spanning a roadway which
conceals underground car parks.'
Pedestrians may glide around the
'Circus at first -fldor level on esct
Utqrs'ancl "walkways," ,
1 INTIRtHANGIABLE SHOES
' '' y i
,.'V "consoling thought, this, that
'ven- in -the new-'jeUage, people
will not,' nave lost the'use of their
- Ifl 'fact," Just when" the" Transat-
Untie triumph of .Britain's, new
Comet IV pure jet airliner serv service
ice service .was adding power to man's
wings, we witnessed the success
Pa "Fashion in Footwear" exhi exhi-bition.in
bition.in exhi-bition.in London ahd a Shoe and
-When Itcomes to shoes we are!
obviously very muctt down to to-earth,
earth, to-earth, if that is the right expres expres-a
a expres-a On tor-an industry with soaring
. exports.' Last year more than. $32,-
200,000 worth of shoes were sold
: abroad by members of the British
, Footwear Association, mostly to
the United States of America and
the Commonwealth countries.
Half the -shoes were j left-" foot
" rM half right-foot,- but in ease
this sounds crauly obvious, let
me point out that conditions are
changing. A sensation at the Lon Lon-.
. Lon-. don footwear fashion parade were
Interchangeable shoes of petal-soft
leather, designed to be worn on
v' either foot' ' i
' There were, other novelties too
Never before have I seen shoves
rnrrte of saiircloth other mate'
' rials" for women's Bummer and
, eveding shoes included linen, silk,
' nylon. 'satin and, iridescent bro-
KEEPING OOD JIME y
While the Comet airliners were
beating the clock.lAndon was a.1-
, ii ..VhiiVer th lns ot Hhauniatlnm,
i ,i i rlhrltl. NmiiltK Jjumbnro. Bcl t
... .' tlcn, itlft mniirlo and swoll ;
' joints mkt yon minora bl, gt
( ;!kOMIND'frm your a:-uglt t
' oio. HOMIND quIchlT hrlnitt fan-
. 'n 'tantlji! rNf m y wor
i and llvn in comfort. Don't iuff j
wadlM ily. 0t BOUINO todr,
Witkln. director nf'thi PaiW
tion of timekeeoins. More than
$19,600,000 worth ; of merchandise
irom ail over the world was on
view at ,the -4th International
Watch and Jewelrv Fair at the
Royal Albert Hall, sponsoied by
the NationaAssociation of Gold-
Amdng' th riiore tantalizine ex
hibits was a watch, with British-
maae jeweuei case, costing $19,110
Aiotherrpric?d at only $5880, was
made from a solid, block of olati-
num. A charming Tiovelty -was a
two-faced clock to place- between
twin beds '- i f 1
But it seemed to 'me that Brit
ain's manufacturers were proudest
of their new- electronic watch-tim
ing devices enabling the gain or
loss rate of watches to be check checked
ed checked on printed tape,1-
une firm wmch has had its
range of electronic timers official
ly approved by the Canadian, E-
lecinc Aumoruy nas iouna a Dig
market for them in Canada, Aus
tralia and New Zealand. j
SOARING FIGURES .
While the Comets were' soaring
at 35,000 feet and more on their
inaugural Transatlantic flights,
Britain's gold and dollar reserves
were soanng,too.-To cap the tri
umph of the jets we had- the
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WASHINGTON (UPI People
have been talking about the weath
er for years without doing any anything
thing anything About' it And at least one
weather scientist' said that is a a-bout
bout a-bout as far as it should go.
r Dr. Harrv Wexler, director of
meteorological research of t h e
U.S. Weather r Bureau,.' moicatea
that he believes man would be a
fool to tinker with his climate. (
If man did change the weather,
Wexler said; heiimght regret that
he ever thought of-the -whole idea.
- Wexler also is chief scientist of
the 'U.S.i-Antartic research i. pro
vTn n artip.lft nuhlfkhed tnda; in
the journal "Science,"' We'xrer.iy, and .ie ; cMud ilastedlon g.
says current proposals for large
scale weatner mocuiicauon are
either impractical or likely to pro produce
duce produce cures that aw worse than
the ailment." i'"i(,- 1 1
One proposal for -changing the
earth's heat, balance.' f and thus
aUr ts weather f is. to p1rk:en te
artic 'Ice pack and certain r des deserts
erts deserts with'' a thin -film' of carbon.
- This theoretically would result
In greater absorption' and less1:
,ef heat .re(W4 byv the. sun.
To accomplish anything with,
this method it Would taks. Wtxl--tr
ot'mittli billion tons -of
tarbon : for the, arctic and 'half.'
billion tons for tha -1.
The film would have-Jo be held
dowh by low flying airplanes,
airplanes. Wexler figures- .this
could be 'done with aoo.' millions
flights by Air Force- Globemasters
lugging 10 tons of jcarbon 'per
flight. '.( 1 : ; ; r i
. This would raakrconsierable
time. Meanwhile wind, melting,
frost and snow or drifting land
would be their' best to undo the
job.V, v i
--, An' alternative' woul4 be to,1 gen generate
erate generate hicks -fogs 'of ice4; crystals
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news that-reserves had risen by i
$30,800,000 m September.: to. stand
at $3,119,200,000 the highest, for,
seven years.- .J
' And talking in figures, we were
switched to' kilowatts with the
news that Britain's newest nuclear
power station,, the sixh,. is to
have the two largest reactors: in
the world, 325,000 kilowatts each. each.-This
This each.-This will be at Sizewell id the.
English coubty of Suffolk." J.'. "'
; The biggest Russian nucleaf. sta station
tion station Is said to have capacity of
600,000 kilowatts, 'giving Sizewell
a clear lead of 50,000 .kilowatts.
And" the Russian station, accords
ing to reports," uses Six reactors
to cbieve this figure. f
Competitlon4n nuclear.' .'energy
for peaceful surposes. is, the 'sort
iof challenge we enjoy; .:.
which f would ? jeduce radiations of
solar energy back into space.
Wexlers! recipe, f or cooking up
sucn a foe is as follows: v3
Take7! reaUy "clean' that is
non radioactive- hydrogen
bomb each equal in energy to 10
million tons of TNT.. -
Explode them at. just : the. right
depth in rthe arctic ocean to pro
duce me ngnt amount pi sua m.
The steam thereupon gushes m
to be atmosohere and condenses
into water (Iroplets.? which freeze.
lorming tne reouired ice fo.
u me rce crystals i werf ri
right, t and the fog' .-properly dis
tributed horuohtally and vertical
enough s toiQm right seasons, the
cold arctic tny'ht get warmer and
other, climatic changes might taka
place elsewebtre.'-s'.:-- K
wexler says;, i An; jceiess, arctic
would release more water into the
air '- by .evaporation, --and snowfall
would. become heavier, Vi"'ss
v This' would'tocrease; the-size of
existing -glaciers and;, cause new
ones to form, "creating a new ice
age','; enda,nfeeHnj the life of cit'
and communities south of. the
arctic v.r m$Zfi&glS
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LONER-M"-1 A8da Rossel,
Sweden's'.' new,' envoy to the
United Nations, is the only per permanent
manent permanent woman" representative
to the,, Secuwty council. sn
tobk'over her new, post after,
seven years as a delegate to the
lives in Larchmont, W.Ywlth
her two children". vJ ' J
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trialist Cyrus Eaton proposed
yesieraay tnat rresldent Eisen
hower and Soviet Premier Nikita
S. Khrushchev exchange visits in
the interest of -world peace.1.
; The Cleveland, Ohio, industrial
leader told a National Press club
luncheon that such visit between
the two heads f of governments
would lesson the danger of a nu
clear war ugh f '.'would destroy
Eaton, wlio recently returned
from a, visit to Russia, said Khru Khrushchev
shchev Khrushchev expressed a great desire
Aden Police Use
AD E Aden s Protectorate",
(UPI) .-j Police used -sims and
tear gas bombs yesterday against
rioters incensed by tne Jailing of
an Arab editor.
; .Unofficial reports said at least
nine persons were killed and an
other 70 injured.
c Authorities imposed an all-
night curfew on the capital city
of this British crown colony .on
the Guir of Aden and police said
they .; had succeeded in putting
down the disorders.
A mob of-aome 500, some
shouting "Down with colonial
ism,': ranged through the streets
to set fire to two trucks and loot
stores in the commercial district
tos protest; the prison, term Im
posed on f Thursday on Abdo
Sueiman,;,; 27, editor of the
Arabic weekly trade union news newspaper
paper newspaper Amamel Truth, was con
victed of contempt of court for
publishing Articles alleging brib bribery
ery bribery In Aderr courts. He was sen sentenced,
tenced, sentenced, to three months in pris
on. Thei; newspaper printed a
similar article even while his
case was pending.
., When his conviction became
known,, the .trade unions called
out members in a one-h6ur
strike Thursday and scheduled a
general strike for Saturday.
-Mobs massed yesterday morn
ing around the prison where
Suleiman-.' was -confined and
hurled rocks and Insults at po police
lice police and security guards. ...
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t see the United States. The So Soviet
viet Soviet premier also promised Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower a- warm ''welcome if he
visited Moscow, Eaton said. a ;
'' The controversial industrialist
predicted that "an enormous eon eon-tribution
tribution eon-tribution to the future peace of
the world'' would result if Khru Khrushchev,
shchev, Khrushchev, 'could see first-hand the
wonders of U.- S.. industry and
Eaton called on' Eisenhqwer to
substitute the visit! Invitations for
what he called the recent acri
monious "ghost letter .writing"'bni
l J ff : a T-1 L 7-
win iu airair iu ivurusucnev. t--!
Eaton accused Secretary 'of
State John Foster, Dulles of peing
the real author o the President's
letters In the ,. Eisenhower-Khrushchev
, Eaton said he believed both the
Russian leaders and people "want
to make peace with us .-; want to
get along with us." But he con conceded
ceded conceded that Russian leaders had
done "a most amazing job of in indoctrinating
doctrinating indoctrinating their people."
Russians generally K he said,
were alarmed s and 44genuinely
scared of what they think Ameri Americans
cans Americans are going. to do to them."
But he said he was: convinced Jhe
Russians would go along on an
agreement for. stable peace 1f
mey thought that we meant it.-
Faton 8hrplv ; critired Dulles'
actions in- the Formosa Strait, He
particulrly fc U.S. poUcle id
actions in the Formosa Strait. He
urged that this nation seek friend
ship with Communist Cbina ( and
stop backing Nationalist Chinese
leader Chiang Kai-shek. -Eaton
said he had no doubt that
the Chinese Reds would reciproc
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U?e fheoclcre -Roosevelt Centen Centen-n
n Centen-n il Commission, are-.' among' the
passengers booken o sail irom
New York for Cristobal aboard the
Panama Liner Cnstooal, Nov. 4 4-.
. 4-. The milority of the Cristobal's
passengers are Roosevelt ; Medal
holders coming to the Canal Zone
to sardcfcrte ia she Roosevelt
LCennnial observance. The Roose
vet, Meaal was awaraea to au w-io
completed -two consecutive years
of Canal service during the con-
slruction period. f
Th fnmn!pf ,fit 'of DSSSencers
coming to the Isthmus for the ce-
jeorauoa iniiow;: r
Mr. and Mrs. crnesi eaiawin
Martin J. Cain. Mr. and Mrs: Car:
J. Clapp,Mr. and Mrs. Warner
Clapp,- J, A1. Clif-V Andrew w.
RttTnat PARTY Pictured in her bridal (town Is Mrs. Oliver Kwal Ben, who before her mar-
City upon their return next jnonth.
CRISTO RET CHOtCH K SCENE FOR SATURDAY'S
WEDDING OF MISS KAM AND OLIVER KWAI BEN
il An outstandinjr event of the autunt social season was the
" nuptial ceremony Saturday evenin at which Miss Betty Anne
Kam, daughter of the late Mr. William Kam and' Mrs. Sabl Sabl-i
i Sabl-i ha A. 'Wons; Kam, of Panama, became the bride of Oliver
Kwal Ben, son of Felipe Kwal Ben and Mrs, Francisca M.
Kwal Ben, also of Panama
The tows were exchanged In the I p.m. ceremony in
i Crista Rev Church.
p Nuptial music was presented by
Mrs. Olga de Cadet and Mr. and
jTbe bride, given in marriage
by her brother, William Bj Kam,
' wai gowned in Chantilly lace o o-ver
ver o-ver white satin,; adorned with
pearled sequins and beds. The
wain, beginning from the waist waistline,
line, waistline, was ruffled with oleated ny nylon
lon nylon net and lace; and the scallop-
ed neckline-was dotted with-pesrl-d
-sequins and beads. The waist-
line and sleeves were fashioned
in lons fitted lines.
The bride's veil of illusion net
cascaded from a snrall crown a
domed with pearls and rhinestones.
Her costume was fashioned 1 by
Miss Anatolia Vasquez.
The maid of honor, Miss Pearl
Kam. sister, of the brine, wore
fitted gown of pale blue satin
with a matching headpiece, Her
flowers were pale yellow rosebuds.
The flower girls, Alexis P. Lim
and Cynthia ,J. Kam, were dress dress-rl
rl dress-rl in whit oresndv dresses em
broidered in pink and "carried
pink rose petals and blue hydran-l
Franklin Kwai Ben Jr. servnd
as ring bearer and Robert L. Kam
Jr.i as coin bearer.
Serving as best man was Nor
mart Kwai Ben. Ushers were A
lexiifier P. "Lim, Robert L. Kam,
Joan Ferreira Jr., Julio Kam,
Lum K. Wons. Andrew P. Lim
and Alvin P. um.
s.nnnsnr inr tided Mrs. rranciS'
ca Kwai Ben and Felipe Kwal
Ben. Mrs. Josephine Lim,1 repre
npntina the mother; of the Dfioe
Francisco J. Morales. Mrs. No
ma M. de Guizado, Robert Aus Austin
tin Austin A.l rhxs rt'Affoir nH in.
terim of the U. S.' Embassy, and
Mrs. Acly, Peter Kai mou, Chen,
Chr?e d'Afas ad Jnter'm of
the Embassy of China, and Mrs.
Maurlcit H." Thatcher, sole Uv-lDewl:nf. Miss Florcen M. Dildine.
Ins memoer of uie isuimian Canal Mr. anu Mrs. Frank J. Gercnow,
Commission, and Hermann Hage-jMr. and Mrs. J. Wendell Greene,
1 1! accountant, is employed by
Framorco, S.A. He attendett tne
Fan-American insti.uie no s;u s;u-died
died s;u-died business administration for
four -years at the University of T-
wn m v !: 's ,v?,- f- :.".:-!..,-.
He and his bride are making
weddine trio to Mexico City,- Lbs
Aneeles. San 'Francisco and 4 San
Salvador. They plan to esiaDiisn
tneir home in Panama ciiy aiier
the r return about Dec. io., 1
For traveling, the bride chose
blue-gray suit and blue acces
Birth Of' Daughter
Is Announud -. :
Dr. and Mrs. Roselle Aroseme-
na of Ancon annourcn me o-n
of their daughter, Elena Maria,
Oct 24 at Gorgas Hospital. She Is
their third child.
The paternal grandparents are
Mrs. and Mrs. Rogello Aroseme'
na of Panama City, and the cater
nal great-grandfather is Mr, Fa
Wo Arosemena,? also of Panama
The maternal grandmother Is
Mr, nd Mrs.. Hermann Hagedorn,
Mr. and Mrs. JE. Hawkins, Mr.
and Mr.' ftober J. Huntoon.
Ben Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. Wlat-
er D, Jones, Stephen -Latchford,
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. McCullough,
Mrs. Evelyn McVey, James
Malco m. Col. and Mrs. : uuga
Mrs. Mazie C. Newcomb, Mr.
and, Mrs.' Edmund T. Pa.ersoa,
Mr. and Mrs.' R. A. Pattersson,
Otis A PhtchetL Mt. and Mrs. Al
bert J, Redway,.'Mr. aodj Mrs.
Joseph B. sampseu, 4'ranK J, ass-
se, Mr,' and Mrs. Frank M.
Sawyer, n. J. acnwaaenDerg, Mrs.
Winifred Sealey. Mr.,, and Mrs.
Harry F. Sedwick.
Mr. ; ana urs. ram m. tsdds,
Horn and Mrs. Maurice H. Thatch
er, Mr. and Mrs.. Cahrles JC. Thorn-
Walters, Mr. J and Mrs, Frank S.
Wichmsn, Ralph R. Wiggins, Sirs
Edith K. wuton.' Mr. and Mrs. Da-
vld R. Wo yerion, and ;Col, 1
Mrs. Daniel E..WrirhL'
canal employes returning to the
zone are Miss Klerie Block,, Mr.
and .Mrs,- tacnes Mcli. Branai,
Mr... ana Mr. Alber; H. "Evans,
Mr.' and Mrs. Lionel L. Ewlnx.
Mr. and Mrs.. John W. Forrest,
filbert C. Foster, t Anthony G.
ynn, Charles S. Malsbury, Mrs,
Agnes w Rankin. Mr. and Mri.
Jacob Rand. Reuben Seldman.
Mrs. Anita R. Thompson, and. Leo
To Hear llabnoy
At Tuesday Ibeiin j
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GAVEL CHANGES HANDS Mrs, Bunny Rhodes. 'in the white frock, out-goinu president of
the Fort Kobbe NCO Wives' Club, passes tht ravel to the newly-elected president. Mrs. Mary v
Augustine, following installation ceremonies In the NCQ Club at Kobbe. Seated, from left, are
Mrs. Sue Wackerhagen, MJSgt. Jefferson Rhodes, M.Sgt. Ed Augustine and Mrs. Luanne Taylor,
wlfe'.of the executive officer at Kobbe. who waa a guest of the club. (Army Phito w
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American Feline Society Sponsors'"'
International Cat jWeek;; Nov. 2-8
All members,: flower enthusiasts,
and especially orchid collec ors,
are inv ted to -attend Ihe mee ing
Mrs. Carl Rodewald of Rockwell k Canal Zone Orchid Society.
A weddins receotion was given
bv ths familv o' the br'rte the
Fort Amador Officers' Open Mess.
In the receiving line w K the "tw
lvweds were f Mrs. Lim.' Mrs,
Kwai Ben. M'ss Pearl Kam and
JiJprTTiurt Kwai Ben..
The bride attended St. Mrys
Academy in Colon and the Aca
J.riemv of .the Sacred Heart of Ma
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ry B sag HavDor, : ions.? lsianni
N.Y She has -been -employed .as
the secretary, of Mr. Acly at the
Mr. Kwai Ben,' a, certified pub
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Sorority Members View
Lutln 'American 31 das
. The meetins Of Beta Chanter of
Beta Sigma .Phi wa htghlihd
hy the snowing of slides : by the
hostess, Mrs. Mary Danfehon, who
entertained the group in her Gat Gat-un
un Gat-un home. ." m
Tb sl'des were a pictorial sto
ry of the trip made by Mr. and
Mrs. Danlelson through Peru, Bra Brazil,
zil, Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina,, Chile, E E-cuador
cuador E-cuador and Colombia.
During the business meeting,
nlans were made for the Ritual of
Te'eN and r-'edse Initiation to be
held in. the Fort Gullck Officers'
Clb Nov. 7. -
: Tht white elephant, donated by
Alice McGann, was won by Dolly
The refreshmenf table as at
tractively appointed with an an
tique Spanish. lace cloth. Ball
masts were arranged w'b leaves,
flanked by orange tapers in crys crystal
tal crystal holders. v
Halloween Parties 1
At Rodman Naval Station
Social events at Rodman Naval
Station Friday evening continued
the Halloween celebrations.
A gala party was given at the
Rodman Officers' Club, featuring
dinner and dancing.
The Rodman Enlisted Men's Club
was decorated in tradit'onal fash
ion for the laree oartv there: Two
floor shows were provided for en
Tuesday at,T:30 p.m. at the AJSO AJSO-JWB
JWB AJSO-JWB on La Boca Road in Balboa.
: Richard J. Mahonev. one; of the
foremos growers of Cattleya hybrid-
In central a America, ; i 'will
highligh'the meet'ng with a 'talk
on i "Culture- of Cattleyn for' the
Amateur'Vusing p'ants from Hiis
extensive cllect.on v to Illustrate
bis' lecture. 7 1
An alfiliafe of (he American 0:-
ch'd Society,-the Canal Zone
branci wl h over 50 -members,
dates baefr to 1934 when Mrs. Pur
dem was elect the firs; president.
Since the formulation of the local
society' many, more orchid en
thusiasts have 'Star ed their own
collec ions. New members are ad ad-mf.ted
mf.ted ad-mf.ted to the soe'eiy by making
app icatlon to the secre ary, Sue
m. uuiy. f
Members',' guerts and all Infers-.
ed 'persons' are- invited to attend
the wovemoer program and ?f to
bring plants for display on the ex exhibit
hibit exhibit table. ; v
This year marks the 20th Anni
versary of The American feline
society, ic, ot Aew You. it is
also the' 13th annual observance
of the Society'! worldwide project,
Cat Week-International, during the
week of Nov.
Th Society i unique Jn ma
ny respects. It Is, IHe- werle's.
largest cat erganixation nd the
seondlaraest ., aA.mal welfare
sjrevp. 1 , s
' A'ttembershiD Corooratlon. char
tered by .the State I 'JVew Yoric.
it has joo. paid staff and does- not
employ : proiessionai luno raisers
it eonaucis -no drives ane re
ceives no '-financial nunoort from
government on cimrr municipal,
county, .state or nauonar r levels,
Qperating through more : than? 160
Cristobal Woman's Club
The regular meeting oUhe Cris
tobal Woman's -Club wiU be bld
at 2 p.m. : Wednesday in the Red
Cross rooms. President Mrs. M
F. Greene will be in charge' the
meeting, and Mrs. Gilbert More More-land
land More-land and her committee will be
hostesses for the tea,
Charity Card Group,
Balboa Woman's Club
Members of the Charity Card
Group of the Balboa Woman's
Club will meet for dessert and
cards Thursday at. 12:45 at the
Reservations should b mat V
Wednesday noon with Mrs. John
T. Barrett. Balboa 3S17 Mrs. El
mer J. Hack; Balboa 378; or MrsJ
Joseph I.. Klncald, Balboa 2409.
Girl Scout Training Courts
A training course In basic lead
ershio for adults will be present
ed bv the Canal Zone Girl Scout
Council Tuesday morn'ng at 9 In
the Margarita Scout House.
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briMODai w Oman 9 .iud t,
The board meeting the Cris
tobsl Woman's Club ll scheduled
for. Tuesday at 9 a.m. at the Red
Crnia rooms. All board members
and co-chairmen are urfed to at
tend, f X '
Cl.yton Offleer' Wives' V
The, regular; monthly busies
peering' am coitee 01 me on
fflavtnfi 1 Offiief Wives w 11 v b
held Tuesday mornln at 9!3tf"m
theFort Clayton 'Officers' Club;
All officers' wives at Fort Clay
ton who are Interested in joining
the club are invited to attend, as
are members with. their guests.
Reservations must be made by
noon Mondav with Mrs. John
Templeton, 87-4244. .-v
1 20ih Annfwttira Ym 1
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and widespread cruelty, indeed, Ig
norance on ihe part of the pubuc.
Historically, we burned "witch
es" (and their cats'.) at the stake,
a scant 300 years ago. A genera-
member aocleUes (SPCAs, humane ;fa;u'fhS?-J,,S,f
.nM.ti it .iuh. nd n nnied ta publics mind ,wit
nationally and internationally it
also. ma.ntalns a-' slmple-'field or
gan I vtiono?, morejj tnnt six y
completely dedicated Individuals,
chiefly ,ln various profe'ssiounl ca ca-paclt.es
paclt.es ca-paclt.es whn,v also ? workn? -vytt.h-Out
ccmpensation;tarry n,the So So-cets
cets So-cets wow, in -vheir Jmmealate.
ars. '."'' i s-mc, t y
Having nothing to selknf mak making
ing making no charge' tfor"any services
performed and for food "e medi medicine
cine medicine supplied, the Society may be
characteriied as la true, charily.
Lacking a -chamber; of commerce
In the cat field, it also ooriorms
In 24 llrj." Cl:bi
"pests" and were subjected to de
struction by poison or other vio
, Today; public health authorities
recognize -the cat's worth In con con-trollng
trollng con-trollng rodent infestation hence,
filth-engendered, diseases affecting
numans. ; '( L
Child" psychologists agree that
homes havlnq imalj pets far
, ly turn out luvenjle dalinqinn,
bacaut o' i "sense of WsponsU
bllty instilled Jn the' young,
Browing and mantaliy-dtveteping
NICOSIA. Cyprus',- (UPIJ
British security forces yesterday
founa the body of 17-year-oldJ
English boy shot from behind by
Cyprlot ,rebels. It was the fifth -known
killing qq Cyprus in the
last 24 hours. ;
The ylc,tlm waa Brian Peerce'. -son
of a British, soldier,,' who
lived with his parents In" Fama-.
gusta. He bicycled daily to his tJ
Job at the "Golden, SandsMnlllj. X :
tarv,furlough csmn and appar-"
ently was ambushed on the way.' ;
There were two btfllet wounds in ?
the hack of his head. 4 -'
" Police rordonini off the area s
and sought the 'killers with
tracker dogs. But because of the
lapse of time between the slv-
inr arid the iscoverv of the
body, the said there wa little
chan the killers, would be
found. '' ,
i In wamagust Jtelf, rebel net
fire to two British my vehlt
xlt. A rustomr boat in FmF
ruin hanor was destroyed oy
bomb evrnJtlo,., ;
a I iesla; Scbns
Arrive In Panama;:
Due to their quiet and gentle
many -kindred services. Some 40n8U,rB! neir cieani'ness, and ease; jjrs. Perle, MestV former VS.
, Aw'M.A.'ilkAfk ;kM UilA '. w ... .1 j i'
,1." v 7UU1 VJf UJC UilUU
t! 1 fi erv
operations concern fancy cats, def def-iiu.e.
iiu.e. def-iiu.e. '-u" e' '.' t 0 re-
so"',b,ll Morep, It hat mov
ed the cat from1 12th, to, second
position as' a pet."
Of America's 11 million fan,
Three doctors' on the .Jmanltil
staff are.amone the Barents of the I
bab'es born at Gorgas Hospital
aurmg me wees, ending at mid
night Monday, .October 27, accord,
ing to the hospital report, During
this aame'period 197 patients were
admitted and asa were discharged.-
T , f" 'j'l
Parents of the three girls, tW
of whom (hare the same birthday,
are Dr." and Mrs R, E.- Koening,
of Ancon; Dr, and Mrs. R. A. Aro-
Mrs M W.,Robison, of Dibalo
Heights. Dr. Koening is with the
surgical eerv ce, Dr. Arosemena,
is aetma chief nf thaaurneal irv.
ice and Dr. Rbbison is an Interne.
Parents of the six other girls
are TE-1 and Mrs; O. D. Bradlev.
of Cocll: Set and Mrs. C. Car
penter, of Kobbe; A-Xc and Mrs.
G. G. Anderson, of Lacona; Mr,
and Mrs. M. A. Corvajal, of jc
Grindstaff. oiiAlbrook: and M-Sgt
and Mrs. C.' Socks. f Quarry
Boys were born io S-Sgt. -' and
Mrs. C. RA Fer.relra.T nf T.arnna.
Mrv and Mrs P. A. Kenny, of Pa
nama City: Mr. and Mrs. N..G.
Tai't.'of Parque Lefevrej' T-S?t,
and Mrs. R. R. Flel, of Albrook:
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Ottey, of Rio
Abajo; SgL and Mrs. L. Mulden-
ax, Jr., 01 Ft. ciay.on; Mr. and
Mrs. G. F. Braithwaite, of Farai
so: Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Meehan,
nf RalhOa Mr. and Mrs: J. i R.
Vasquez, G., of Panama City; -A
it and Mrs. R. m. Moier, of -u-cona:
S-Sgt and Mrs, R. V.'.Fafr
non, Lot Lacona ; and SP-4 and
Mrs. ,C. R. Ott, of Airmail:
mlU'oni are ewner.fed, v housed
t y'l'V-.j r ',
rou are fancfasl 4 latltllly
breaking down tei Ll cats 'nor
It; is. however." the' unattached
tray with which the Society is
chiefly" convened; The stray is
the most difficult' to heln owing
to almost universal' indifference
Wjes llurl You?
iT.. lnm PJiful, Itching
'fhliL,tit,r "', w'tUt try in c
urta ourblnr Pila mlMiiai S wy: 1.
Eua pain and Itohlng. 1 Help, tfr nk
ST"i'?,Ut1 """branaa and allay Plla
114 ILAU IVi.J if a 3
Across Tho Isthmus
Elements of the 4th Ouri Bat
tallon, 517th Artillery,- will take
the lone walk across, the Isth
mus late in November' as part
of the unit's Infantry type
training; to keep the troops in
good Ilghung "-condition.1 xn e
march will, begin on the Pacific
aide and. end at Port uuuck.
During the three-day hike
there will be tactical problems
of the type now being) employed
bv- Infantry organizations vln
their training, cycles, The troops
will learn jungle, warfare In the
jungie iiaeu as" tne ,Dawwn
parallels trails ilrst -blazed.. by
Henry. Morgan and his pirates
Ijn their Isthmian campaigns.
i Even heiore tne hike Begins,
troops 'of the battalion) already
have J started Individual traln-
lns; In Infantry subjects a
radical departure from Artillery
training. The big guns will still
be constantly manned, of course,
but. the accent durlne the next
few weeks will be on Infantry
rather than'. Artillery training
UUJCbUi 1 ;, .
Ttit entire structure of units
t the 4th Gun i Battalion' will
be altered during the coming
weeks to allow the individual
training in infantry subiecu
Platoons, and souads identical
to those In the 1st Battle Group,
20th. Infantry, have been or organized
ganized organized to take advantage of
training outlines and guides
used in,, the 4 Infantry., ,
HEADS CHURCH WOMEN
J DENVER (UPI) Mrs. Wil William
liam William Sale Terrell of West Hart
ford. Conn., was to be installed
today in a three-year 1 term -as
new. president of the United
vChurch Women: r
x.The organization's eighth annu
al national, assembly came io .an
end today after! fout days of
meetiogi. Delegates representing
vrv atata sin, the. union" attend
ed. The I.SbO' attendants served
S S .Spokesmen for -12 million Prot
estant churcfi .womea. t ,y
IKi'' fLAYICtV T;: i
' WAiHJN(StON'(tPn Presl
dent Eisanhowar took artvintare
of sunny weather, yesterday aft
ernoon to play golf at tht Burn
ing Tree Club, In nearby Mary Maryland.
o ptttr o4 finer" o v richer
u .: INVEST V
IN MORTGAGES :
Earn 8.8 interest
First (idrtgagjM ert Al
building f and properties.'
Free" service and olleo-(
tlon$; V V? v
k loterAaericu Bulldlnj;
and Loan Association.
tt-tl Juste) Arosemena Ave
! i corner 32nd Street."'
anrt th nnrht w' t
W,-Viewed with suspicion-by-some
penpV: -iM .Workfn' 'cinst "Wl "Wl-cat:
cat: "Wl-cat: v prejudices i of: berfiaps eight
c tt,r.e .an3inr, the vrican
Feline Society. Inc. has been, o-
perating beyond phvical and fl fl-nsnc'al
nsnc'al fl-nsnc'al capacity during Js" fcnt're
Since It does no "sollcn that
(s- to say, approach the general
nubl'" for nel?, its membership
(scattered throughout all 49 states
and territories, as well as 17 for
eign ; countries! is built through
one member .sponsoring another or
direct application by .the prospec
tlve member, s
v To help 'mVm those Interest Interested
ed Interested In this great and much-needed
humanitarian work, a "Cat
1, Kit", has been pntpa red, describ
ing the Soclery's work and pro progress
gress progress te date.
, This '-"Cat Kit" will be sent
on request, via iirst class mail, to
anyone, anywhere throughout., the
worlo, Fewws snouH r. aoTeiS'
ed to: The American Feline Socie-
Inc., New York 3N Y.-.
two U.S. Congressmen, arrived
here last night to spend several
days Jn .Panama.) cro (i'k
" The Congressmen are 'James
Wright Jr, of ,Texas,!:and
Hubert B.'Bcudaer, or caiifor- -s
nia, membersof the Committee
on Public Roads. They plan to
confer with officials In Pan j
ma and Inspect a portion of ;
the Inter-Amerlcan Highway. ( f
, With Mrs.,JMesta will be Mrs,',
Phillip Cox, of Washington.
They Are returning from 3razll,' 1
where they visited .at ,the lnvl
tatlon of President, Kubltschek.
They will stay at the El Panama
With' the. Congressmen -will
be Joseph R. Brennan, engineer.
consultant, Robert- F. McCon McCon-nell,
nell, McCon-nell, minority counsel, Snd Mrs
Scudder.' ,,-' ',!'''", J
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Isrcel Dohics Invasion
Plannod Against Jordan :
LONDON,. (UPI) Middle East-i issued an official comunique de deem
em deem Arab government were re- nying that Israel had ordered gob gob-ported
ported gob-ported yesterday .'to be coordinat-1 em. ..lobulation with a.v.ew Jo
ing military strategy in toe ace of1 attacking Jordan. .v I
persistent reports that Israel plan-1 "All such news," the commun commun-ned
ned commun-ned aggression against Joruau. as-Ique said, "Is Imaginary ana oo
rael denied the reports. I v;ously : tends to undermuio quiet
inform ea diplomatic sources and staDiuty presently existing in
here said the Arab governmenti u im-u'e East." f
had steeped up negotiations' -4- Israel said it often had declared
; inong themselves in i view of tthe its reenpect for the Independence
. reports tirst published nt Cairo" and sovereignty ; of neighbpnng
-and repeated by Moscow ? M.Jordan- and" that it-favored 'the'
In Cairo, United Arab-RepublieU ,-.';' "
officials warned that the U.A.B. The communique warned, how how-,..would
,..would how-,..would go to. war. over any Israeli ever; that -if "this status :, quo Is
- Uack on Jordan.r The-Soviet artir'-violated and if foreign forces In In-'
' In-' ibsisadoc ip Cairo pledged Rus-j vade Jordan,- Israel, would be
support. j,. -sr,C:M (r.ee.el.te lake oecessa'y meas-
Informed sources in- Baghdad 1 ures to safeguarn ita own security
, said Irak, was considering .joint and its own fronUers.'N :
, policy win the U,A.R,.,iollo Dipjqmauc repor't reaching
report 1 that. Israeli varmy ua "Peru .said. the. Arabs, claimed to
" were massing bear the Jordanian have intelligent Information that
; bortier ". ... ."
,In Ampianr canital of. Jordan, it,
i i.. ps. 'announced thaf Jordan's, air
; and road routes,, through t U Aft.,
. territory naa oeen reopened. Jorirom, Jordan.
"A daa and the 'U.A.E. -severe'd rlio- -. f v .('
' lomatic relations shortly after the The Soviet trade union organ,
-t'..';c July 14 revolt. in Irs"..and i;A.Bu. Trad charged that the West, was
, f President i,Gamal .AbdeJ Nasser arming Inraelvto further .ubwm .ubwm-banned
banned .ubwm-banned Jordanian, Use air aa1 ive clans .- 'Vtha Middle East
raod. routes over and jn Syria.: f
. ,,ine jsraeu,moa5sj!.in nome
I : Ex-Cbri Confesses
i" SAN DIEGO. Calif. OJPI An
xyfAatnateur photographer, who 000
. rT els, Friday led authorities to two
V t of their bodies on- the, desert
W : I'nUMM OA n : w.j.iMrli fAM
Los. Angeles, told police he kld kld-'
' kld-' naped his victims, raped- them,
' v forced .them to- pose ior nude
k- photographs and then strangled
"v jhem with a cord,.-;
nlght-when a highway patrol
. motorcycle officer chanced by as
he struggled with another "mod "model,
el, "model, Lorraine VlglV .27,' Just-off
,f Santa Ana leeway itjvOrange
Countv near Tustin.
Friday, confessing the killings
- of the three tos Angeles" area
women in a little over, a v. year,
Gletman,V a posse to the ,re ,re-i
i ,re-i milni of 'two victims In that tirt tirt-I'V
I'V tirt-I'V inhabited E'vrtoua'te Valley sec-
tion ft "z StPte Park 80-mllep
iorthf"s.,oi:'rt The location If
' 'more than JOQ jniles south of Los
; Angtlw, ,. ,! 1 ;;. 1
1 v The victims were Identified as
RUi 1 Rita'.MecJdu, formt-r WAF,
24 wao naa oeen missmu since
last July, and Mrs, Shlriey Ann
Bridgeford, 'ii, mother of two,
missing inpe last March.
Slatman said h& met Mrs.
lgeford, of Sun Valley, Calif.,
througn a "lonely hearts club,'
-Tlw third victim, police said,
was Identified as blonde model
Jtid" An Dull. 19, Wef" Holly Hollywood.
wood. Hollywood. An' unidentified b 0 d y
found near Indio, Calif., last De December,
cember, December, was believed to be here.
Meanwhile, in Albany,' N.
rrway, 1 uiatman was identified
! Up, Prices Down ;
1 WASHtNGTON.(UPr) PTlC
' es farmers received f 6r crops
v and livestock fell more than two
tier cent In the month- which
-' ended Oct.-15, the 1 Agriculture
4 Derjartment reported yesterday
f The department's monthly
farm price report also showed
i t the cost of production and living
' supplies purchased by-farmers
v rose almost one per cent during
. the period- ;
iv Farmers' returns In mld-Octo
ber averaged 82 percent of pari parity.
ty. parity. This compares with '15 pet-
cent in" mid-September and P.l
percent in mid-October year
ato. s t
Parity is the 'pride needed to
put commodities sold by farmers
oft a par with the cost 6f things
they, iftust buy -theoretics lly
aivlng them" a fair return for
their troducts. ? v' 5 ;
; The department said sharply
lower prices for wapefrult t nd
oranaes was nartlv resDOnslbie
for the decrease in the Index! of
prices' received durinff me
month. Alo contributln td' the
decline were lower prle f or
hogi. cotton. eTS,- and- corn,
partially offsetting were Mice
increases fw miilc;'trawvifrrJfv
. f)nt, and several y'tabie
;ertms. "( '; l
- The deoartment flointed1 bu
that the Index of ftr!" reilval
- iA mld-Octobef s five prcnt
above a year earlier, f ', rt
" The '.mM-fctnber fndex of
' prices received (Utond at nr nr-,
, nr-, cent of th Joio-M base o"tlod,
i ;comppreit with nefrent in
. 1 xnid-Sepfmber this vw and 241
- percent in mid-October a year
ag". ? 4 ,,,v-
' The Inner of wW oald bv
- Jarmeri Moot t ?07 errnt t
tM base oerlod. fornoArM witM
; Percent in piM-ientembor
' ISm ZlLn ""'nt; in
r mid-October year ago. 1 J
- S40 PANAMA
jsrael was planning ie push. Us
tift Jordan River .in the wake of
he withdrawal of 8niih troops
) Moscow radii made similar
, cnarges xnursaay msih. j
as 1;he "phantom ; bandit" .who
operated in- that city in 1046.'
i ne ri wno police said mient
have been Glatman's fourth yic-
tim naa sne not oeen aoie toput
UP a terrific fight was Miss Vigil.
ene was strustrune witn uiat
man Monday night.when motor-
cycle patrolman T. F. Mulligan,
ujsia Mesa,, wain,, passea -on
Santa Ana Freeway and spotted
the two battling on ; the ground
near Glatman's parked car. Miss
ViirU, said she had managed tr
wm( awav GlRtmpn's "un, bnt
didn't know how to nre it. A bul-
t Glatman had fired grazed her
VATICAN CITY-(UPI)- Pope
John XXIII, who-. may be the
first "traveling pontiff" in more
than 150 vears. toured Darts of
his. tinv.jDaoaL. state' yesterday
after receivinn forelen cardinalal
lor precoronatlon discussions on
The 78-vear-old Dontiff set a
brisk pace for assistants as he
inspected the, Vatican Palace and
walked through the still-blooming
gardens of Vatican City.
Near the .end or rwr nour-
long stroll,' the pope stopped
before, tne utile snrtne or our
Lady or- Lourdes an exact re reproduction
production reproduction of the original site
In France- where the vision of
the Blessed Virgin appeared 100
years aao before the peasant
girl. sow. St. Bernadette Soubir-
Pope John Hold a urelate
Wednesday'' that he hoped to at attend
tend attend the closing of the Lourdes
centenary next February. ; This
opened the -possibility that he
would be a -''traveling pooe." the
first -since 1804 when Plus VII
went to Paris to crown Napoleon
emperor. f j -v f
Th; nftntlff tltn 1ntnd ;.n
visit every part of his 108-acre
sovereignty and meet, the nearly
1,000 citizens aa soon as pos
sible, a Vatican source1 said. Pooe
John,- unlike- the three; pontiffs-
UC1U1B Willi, UB.9 UCYCl UC1U1C
"Before setting out' on his walk,
the i pope toured the Apostolic
Faiace. one or tne many ornate
buildings in his kingdom. Actual
ly. ne win use oniv. three aimois
rooms of the papal suite,,1 carry
ing on tne austerity 'or tne
three 2utn century; popes before
MONTGOMfiHY, Ala.- (Jtl
waiter urtnam, a bachelor, was
out of the materni y ward tod?.
- Graham's eeth were in a bad
way. Doctors said 21' of them
wou'd have to come out, and that
Graham should 'have the extra ca
.in the h0spi'al.
The hojoltal was crowded.' Siflee
the .only thing, available l was
room in the ma ernity section,
that's where Graham had to
spend three days. s r
itMr-v-r t,-' 1 1, (
' "People 1 a u g h e d," he com
plained on his department yester
day. "My mail go sent up (o
"Mrs. Graham." and he -ecen
fonlst and mail clerk downstairs
didn't know I was male un'il, I
walked out. t
n i m V f
"When I walked down the cor cor-ridor,
ridor, cor-ridor, I heard f iggles. And I real really
ly really got some stares." t
. i .,, ... i A ;
ly LOUI CASSELt
Educsiionil tele vis. on Is scoring
a major DreaKinrougb in the unit united
ed united aMtes iiiu lau. c ,jl-
Aner aeveial years of expert expert-meui,
meui, expert-meui, mot. euuc ors are con-
vuiced that teacning by TV works.
rum coast iO coa.t, the ruso i
now oa 10 give the new int.ruc
. oui iooi perm itnen t ptace in
U.Jfc eouca.ion t every level trora
Kiiiueigrieu unougu vouese.
(Here are a lew recent develop
meu. mat siguay me oret
jf the first lime in history,"
a couege pnysics course is being
uugiu wer a naouwide ieiev.-
sion network. The course, called
-vuiH4ieuiai u ass room, is
taugnt oy i)r. Harvey White
0. uie Vaiversity ot CHluorma. li
a p p a r on the NBC network
mvui :i o 7 n. m. e.s... Moa
day through Friday. Sponsored by
tne American Associai.on 01 Col Colleges
leges Colleges for Teechtr Education,, with
uianclai aid irom the i'ora Foundation-
and several big corpora
hoUj, U .a Inieuaeu primaruy for
high school teacher who want to
p.epare .nemse.ve for .caching
physics. More than f 300 colleges
muw un.versmes are oiienng lull
course credits to particpants.
Elementary and high schools
in the New York City ares hae
embarked on an ambitious pro program
gram program of-' "enrfcJiing" regular
classroom studies with 2S hours
of lelev sed msiruc Ion weeki'y.
The New York S.ate Legislature
put up $800,000 tor this program,
which wiU benefit about 60 per
cent of the school children livW
within 1 .100-mile radius of the
nation's largest ciy." ""
) --Junior colleges in the Chicago
area t now have more students
registered for television courses
than they hjve- n their classrooms-
,',Nlne different college
courses are currently being tele telecast
cast telecast in Chicago, t -1 -r
-The Fund for Advancement
of Educa ton (a Ford Foundation
subsidiary) is preparing to pub publish
lish publish soon the results of a. year yearlong
long yearlong con ro led-experiment in TV
teaching in public schools of Phil Philadelphia,
adelphia, Philadelphia, Detroit,. Milwaukee 'and
10 other major cities, in each
case; students taught regular sub subjects
jects subjects entirely by television -were
tested"- 0; achievement ; against
"control cjasses" taught by con conventional
ventional conventional methods. According 1 to
advance leaks, the forthcoming
report wi 1 show' .that the ,TV ,TV-taught
taught ,TV-taught students in virtually every
case did as well as or better than
the controlu-,' (.
The nation's- 31 h euucational
television station went on 'he air
this week1 at Gainesville, Fla The
r ecierar;ommuntcations commis commission
sion commission has granted construction per
mit? ior 46 others, at leas 16 of
which, are expected, to .be In op
eration before the and of the cur
rent' school ear. Two lues-
Pi tsburgh and Oklahoma City
US Jobless Benefit
WASHINGTON Nov, 'l (UPn
The number of unemployed work
r niivin.temi)orarvior oer
manent aeoiess oeneius nai
nod fnr the 14th week in a row to
the lowest point since November
1957 the government reported last
night. - h i s
However, the. number of new
claims-; a rough guide; w layoiis
M-ose bv 14.100 last week to 327,-
000. The 'Increase was attributed
to seasonal layoffs- of help at re resorts
sorts resorts and in other outdoor activi activities.
ties. activities. 1 -
The. number of wdrkers receive
ing benefits dropped by 42,000 to
2.192,600 in the week ending Oct.
18, according to the Labor Depart Department
ment Department reoort. This decline was due
largely to worker! who exhausted
their benefits under temporary
programs in 22 states.
The temporary programs, to help
those who have exhausted the re regular
gular regular benefits,- has kept the num number
ber number of workers oh The bene' -.H'i
over the two
Marly twice Is many as la the
corresponding week la jt ear.
$7 Million Dcmsge
Season Iters End
" vmiaml Nov- i (rpivlWu.s:
WeK'" re sirt to4 nc nc-ei
ei nc-ei are ',,remote''rtIvat another "hur-
i rieane' w'lt trk -re th' Ma
son officially ends. Nov. 15,
; In t. nwinw i9S;VotTl i9S;VotTl-cane's
cane's i9S;VotTl-cane's the Weather Bureau label label-dU
dU label-dU "average" th season which
prflM'rei! 30 tronlcsl snrrns,'
eluding seven that reached' hur hur-rlnt,nensitv,
Damae In the "United States
wm IWht and only one death in
this countrv was attributed .direct
1v, to the torn.' hre -awt
4T deaths outside the US.; in Cm
h Hi!', Puerto Rico- and v the
The 10 storms comoared with an
average of 10 durlnit the oast 20
Wear The aver! flron to jrne
ove tnejruiT years and to eignr i
of the hurricane,' HeTene,
1 ghv "ins t I3t miles an hour
trt th North Carolina coast and
Jd widei'tre hut eenerailv W'B W'B-or
or W'B-or flumars. EH Pressed the Tex Texas
as Texas eeast but w(h lass than hu-ri-cuft
winds,' Almar. Ella,.. Daisy
and Jinice caused fringe bom'Ms
t one point or another alonf the
ivM dnmse"th"-the United
States kwas est'nated t betwa
million dollar, mostly-In
the Carolinas from Helena.
have taken to educationaf TV so
enthusiasucaliy inat hey have
been authorized a second channel
tor the purpose.
To Dr. Franklin Dunham, chief
oi tne educauonal televis on sec
tion of the U. S. Office of Educa
uon, mese eifiopme f4. niean
just one thing:
- "EducaUonai vTV a- no longer
an experiment. Its v ia has
been proved, and it will hence.
forth play an increasingly Import-
anv role in education at .all lev
uunham sa'd. however. that "a
clear distinction mus'. be drawn
between what TV teaching can
oo, and what it cant do.
"There is no proof that televl
sum can reduce our -need for
cisroom teachers, or cut: the
overall cos s f education,'1 4 ne
said, 'I. a value lies not in econ
omy, but In raising the quality of
4'Tele; iion ;can enable- many
students- to receive simultaneous
instruction from one highly tal
ented teacher. It can give each
student a front-row seat for lab
oratory experiments and demon
strations. It can brine Into the
classroom all sorts of experiences
ano teaching ma eriais that; would
not otherwise be. available. : ;
"It can free classroom teachers
from some of their heavy load of
lesson preparation, so they will
have more time to work with in
dividuals and to plan, the lessons
iney oo leacn.
"In shor. it can be "one 'of the
best things that ever happened w
u. a. eaucawoa proviaea n. is
r a j ai ... i i ,,. i
used in this way. .But It can turn
into a boomerang: if anyone tries
to use It as a shorlcut to 'cheao-
er' schools. '-. n.
01 Boa And louana
Tested At YMCA
A chance to taste some of the
unusual foods of Panama will, be
offered to those who attend .the
next program in the current Science-
and Adventure Series next
Tuesday evening at 1:30 at the
Returned by popular request
from the previous adventure scr scries,
ies, scries, Mrs. Ha Morgan Smith will
again present her program about
Sxo ic Foods of Panama".
These foods will be available for
those -who would : like ..to, taste
them- ;Thev will Include .boa and
iguana with such native dishes
and drinks as bollo chango, coca coca-da
da coca-da and cafe con leche. c
Mrs. Smith is the wife of H.
Morgan Smith, survival officer at
Albrook Air Force Base,
Her interest iq. these ..unusual
local foods s.ems,- he says, from
the fact that she likes to eat, and
comes rrom- a ramiiy mar likes to
try new foods, Here on the Isthm Isthmus
us Isthmus more than three years, she has
built UD a knowledae of local fond
and .their preparation, which she
is anxious and ready to share
with anyone who is interested.:
, inn- ii ine mm. in me current
adventure series which fa ceard
to provide military and civilian
personnel with intormation and
experience, in interestng things to
do whu in the -Panama area.
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CAMPING INSTRUCTION Members 6f Boy Scout Tfoop.19 Jeirned
ing Jast weekend as they camped In the Fort piayton area on thelif 'first overnight hike. Here Scoutmaster Henry O.ADineMir
shows art Interested group how-to split wood for the campf Ire over which theyi were to; prepare their meals. In the front row, left
to jrlghi tire Jtichle Francisco, aohn Weight, lUchard King BUly .Medelros and'Pvonnie Tester. In the rear are Keith,Mooie3
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Na need7 now to stick to old-fashioned cooking fuel
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iuilding,"i4th i?tv ',
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: its appearance and finish you will Irrv ; ';
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weighs only 24 lbs.
. 'Ave. 4th (Justd Aroserriena)
' Corner of 32nd L i -' -, :
Tel. 3-7424 ;'ir
tent pitching and fire male's
are from Fort J
' (UJS. A
.,' ,.'.3. jr, frfli
v I -Ta.. ......
. 'ft f-
has learned ff trust
Stud li Eriea Thoroughbred
Meets Melendez, Embassy,
Dacancito And Hostigador
in.. V hA President
series thoroughbreds will
': noon in the featured ?1,0U0 one mne race uus am-
;noon. '-t u
i i i Among the quintet is the vastly improved Lobo
ri,tf. wAn mrHv ver a erouD of second series Rors-
cs last Saturda ver the
nutanrn-lnvins Meleodei', con-
lstent Embassy, speedy Hsiga Hsiga-dor
dor Hsiga-dor nd mile pectalist Baeanctto'
jound out the hsii of scheduled
f Light-weighted :'.- Melende.' disp
Wpved form last veek- when he
-"f.r tMrA hPh'nrf Informal
Jnd Bacancito. Mrs, Virginia de
la" Guardia de Gertoauds coal
vTir .harper wis earning last
on Bacancito at he finish and was
only half-lengt back at the fro-
& Lobo and Melendez wiU, have
ib, advantage ; of going much.
:.!.). tt,.' lhair nnnonentS. LOOO
iJSH have Jose Talavera aboard
unaei- a weigm asaignmem ui
piunds: while Gudlermo Mjlotd
wll attemo; to. make 103 pounds
for Melendei. -.V-.r
i irtha!v an iniDresiive wir
Ai. ioc im(. wit eels in under
4t5 -lUe B ahc!tt wiU cary 116
and hostifiauor 118t' FernandoAl-
varez will do the booting on Em'
Uassy while Oscar Bravo( as u
nVoi ti1i ohMa Raranntv.
) "Braulio Baeza injured two weeks
ag!, wm De aooara Hosigauui.
rS latter usually improves from
four to ; eight lengths whenever
Baeza rides him but the traces
leading rider may not be in his
best form iollowing the enforced
D.iuUn lilra nnstiaador. is
sprinter that improves over the
longer route. For some strange
reason, Bacancito does his bes
running whenever the distance is
' Another feature of today's card
111 h thp. return to action of
once-beaten Post'ft. The speedy
For the convenience
of our patrons we -are
now operating at the
Arena de Colon,
Remon racetrack's first
match strides .this ,after-
same distante of todays
b."yAtaboJ:6oe,' h' tU
nightcap '.gains. VrgniaHK HA.
v Nme other prospecqve tpriuers
are incmaea on inc., sieve i.
Tsterflay odds-on mutnels
favoritetarelv lasted td eke out
a nose-victory over. Guadalca Guadalcanal
nal Guadalcanal in the featured $650 six fur-
lone sprint for third series im
ported throughbreds. Critico was
riden by Alejandro Perez and
paid $3.80 to win.
Mutuels favorites swept, the
program with Ciria '$5.80) 're 'returning
turning 'returning the day'a ;best win dir
Vldend. Alfredo vasuez, uuii'
lermo Milord. Vlrieilio Castillo
and JaljEo t Rodriguez wom-two
racea each to' go. the winnlng winnlng-est
est winnlng-est riders. t
. - : -,f
.1 Abolengo $3.40, $140
2 Sober View $3.00
1 Gtorongo $4.40, $3.40
2 Mar Bravo $6.20
First Double: $8.00
1 Domitlla $3.60, $2.40
2 Taktaway $2 80
1 Ciria $5.60, $2.80
2 Dr, Bill $2.20
, Qulniela: $4.00
Fight For Title
At Gy pi Tonight
"Lightweight champion, Fed Fed-erieo
erieo Fed-erieo Flammer' and leading
pontendei Horacio Ottis meet
tonight., at the JaUonal Gym
In a 15-round title bout,
The match will be return
engagement for tbepalr wh
fought for the first time last
' April .when Pfummer kayoed
Ottis to wrest the crown from
vBoth boys are expected to tip
ll nvinrir this morninr.
Because ot his smashing
ninth-round TKO win over his
rival In their first scrap, Plum Plum-ncr
ncr Plum-ncr Is exnected to be a favor-,'
' lte tonleht. but Ottis, who was
ahead on points before he was
Stopped, "W'U also have a lot or
In the six-round semifinal
veterans Vicente Worrell and
Black BUI face each other in a
187 -pound scrap; in two other
four-round prelims, David
Wright and Sandy Avlla swap
munches at 1Z9 pounds; and
Ernesto Campbell and' Roy
.ThoikowiU light at a weight
limit of 122 pounds. '
General, admission Is $1.
. Sixth Race
1 Philipipon $3.00- $2.20
2 Venganza $20
1 Critico $3.80, $2.60
Second Double: $5.40
1 Michaux $4.00, $2,60
2-Artiga $3.60 v
, Qulniela: $5.80 .
1 Tatln $3,20, $2,80
2 Renata $3.20 r-One-Two'
1 Constantino $3.00, $2.60
2- -Dependable $6.00
1 Eleventh Race
1 Ornamental Star $40, 2.20
2 King John $2.80
Children Are Not
Mow6d At The
i i i
first pro LEAGUE IMPORTER. ARRIVES iCerveza': Balboa
became the first Panama Professional .Baseball importee to arrive for. the 1958-59 season when
he and his wife reached Tocumen airport at B .a.m. yesterday: Bnown' in picture, are i J to r
Jorge Dawson, Cerveza Balboa team representative ; Mrs. Maranda ; the hurler, and Leon Kell Kell-man,
man, Kell-man, the team's field manager. Maranda had a 13'11 record ; with -Fort Worth; Class AA
Texas League last summer. The Pro Loop gets underway Kov, 19.' '
18-Year-Old-Tops List Of 27
To Get Awards From Hero Fund
CELEVELAND (UPD- You've
got to admit Frank Lanae is per persistent.
sistent. persistent. When baseball's "David Harum"
took over as the Cleveland Inv
dians' general manager last Nov November
ember November he attempted to pry Bobby
Richardson loose' from the. 3ew
York Yankees. -...' :v
One "year later,' he's still trying
Asked Thursday night. to con
firm a report he had re-opened
his bidding foe Richardson. Lane
said he had not talked with Van-1
kee officials since the World Se
ries. However, he admitted he still;
. s 1.
, '-Free Eritrahcd:i-:
is interested In the New "York
The Indians opened the 5 1958
season with rookie Billy Moran at
second, and later used Billy Har Har-rell,
rell, Har-rell, veteran Bobby ? Avlla and Vic
Power at the keystone- sack. All
were found wanting. v
t v -. 1
And how about Richardson, the
apple of Lane's eye? Well, Bobby
wasn t exactly a slugger with the
Yankees this year; hitting .247 and
knocking in. only '14 run in 74
games. However, the pugnosed Ca
. , on: their independence yJDau
. : .Adaed $i2oo,oq :- Qne Me ind bifissiv".h r:
. 3. SANTILLAN ..1 .AJ :1 . Jl. .LI 1 IJi. A; ;Vasquez 3l) 7
; 4. ERDULARIO ;::::vJV..;.:x,JLiBBae
rieht hander' George Maranda-
tollman is one of Casey 'Stengel's
boys to Lane knows he- will have
to bid high for his services.
Lane also vis interested in the
Washington Senators', classy, pitch
er; Pedro n Ramos. So are 'the
Yankees who- reportedly have of
fered Richardson and pitchers
Johnny Kucks and Tom Sturdivjint
to the Senators for Ramos.:
When -informed of .tluV reported
trade, Calvm Griffith of the Sen
ators demed all. He said he is
not even negotiating with the Yah-
xees "at this time." ". .(
However. Lane said he had re
cently conferred with' Griffith and
admitted "Grif told me; he'had a
Deuer oner tor names irom the
Actually Lanp'n Interesf 4nlRa
mos may be secondary, fie prob probably
ably probably is anxious to acquire the,
Washington pitcher so be 'can
trade him to the Yankees for guess
t 4 "if
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1st, 2nd -6th, 7th RACES-
: 3rd and 9th RACES T,'
ii tll'rli 2 i:Hiifi C Piiw 5 4VJ (3)' 1120 ?' 1 1
Editor: CC'.RADO SARCZANT
CAMBRlbGE. iMass-i1 Nov;
(UP1) Underdog Pennsylvania,
led by quarterback Larry Purdy
and a stubborn;, line; virtually
crushed Harvard's Ivy Leagueti Leagueti-tla
tla Leagueti-tla hopes with an upset 11 victo victory
ry victory t tht Stadium today. a.
PRINCETON.-N. J... Nov. 1 v
(UPl) Princeton's oeienamg
champions- kept their, : Ivy League
title hopes aliye today oy grmaing
out a 28-18 victory, over Brown on
14-ooint splurge by sophomore
tailback Hugh fccott. ,
4v K V
Ralelch. N.C.I Nov.- 1 (UPI)
Fullback Arnold Nelson,. a, stocky
junior from Charleroi, ,Pa., scored
his second touchdown' in tho. third
period here today to give favor
ed North Carolina State a rough
come-xrom-bemndi; 14-14 tie witn
Virginia Tech. ;
SYRACUSE. N.Y., Nov: UUPI)
-Syracuse blew a 10-point lea3
today hut then, ably ditectc4 by
auarterback v Chuck Zimmerman
with an .assist from a outstand-
ing line, lpset Pittsborgh 16-13,
before' 38,000 fans f at Archbold
stadium in ideal Jootgall weath
er. ' i J-'- t-A
.College park- MdNov: i
(JJPI) Maryland turned -Two
who &outn tarouna passes irom
center on fourth down inro a touch
down and a field goal today and
upset the favored uamecocKfuii'
Da utuuie u.wu jam,
NEW .YORK. Nov. 1' (UPI)
Big Tool Skypock, best defensive
quarterback in the ivy League
powered league-jading CormJ.to
.v ln new and entertainment' e
. J. 840 PANAMA 1090 COLOM y
to all Panamanians
Sf . . 9 : .. 1 M
Z. i ; 1 ;,i i
1. r. J 1 'I'.' ,-c-f : l -"-; V- aa," I- I: M. ..VI. 1" ",'(..'".!.' .v.i. ,'. 'TO'. .1 1 i
t 4 lr rf
a 26 vifctory :oVer Columbia1 tc:
day before 17,500 at Baker, Field;
1 EAST LANSING,' Mich.. Nov1
(UPI) A WUconsia didatt of its
scoring in the second period and
then ;held off -v Michigafl State's
late-game burst of ground power'
to keep its Big Ten hopes alivo
with a 9-7 win in a nationally te
evised homecoming game todsyj j
' 'V 'v.
' WOkCESTER.TIass'.Nov. 'f
(UPl) ."Holy Cross scored tho
first two times it got its hands' on
11 1.1.11 1 iJ A '. .n r
iory over uieuuversur oi uay ?
tottlodav- K 4 ;
: ? '1? fy If .-.
BALTIMORE, Md.; Nov. 1 tUFI;t
eorg Iro -a junior quarterhackv .
who throws with depth-bomb. v ex- f
downs' today and led Notre D'ams- '- V
10 a resounain ik r"iT ,r
outgunned navy in, the 32nd meet I
1" between these two traditional if:
rivals. ,,; v.iUv ; t
' DURHAM1;: k,Nov? 1" (UPn '
rueorgia. Tech made good t, field
goal on the fifth aytempt, "today f,,
and this oefsistence' paid off iir. i
ii llIJi iHotorv rtvf lliitfrflnofl-ori i'
Duke before 30,000 fan fai tho;
rain and .gloom of Duke Stadium
"i7t 4 4' vA" 17 n-S'" 5
' DETKOIT, NovM '(UPiV-Trfar- i"
quette spotted Detrol' sr worouch.
efown lead in he .firs halfoday
bu fought back to scorY 'twice sn
he final seven mimieR and if
a 14-14 tie before 11,633 fans' at
wx i.ia. a ji.l. .-. I'i-. .-;., r ':?( :,v.'-'
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tTXDAY NOTCHES 8, 1951
TBI SUNDAY AMERICAN
'is Up ; Beil Syste m-MM
IstRace apiaries ImpY Fa's". PurieS4I0.M
v. v ""lt. Rec eftha Davble- . -r
1-Jaf Alai II 6. Milord 102xr-Ran well uVlaitv.
tBartnot Talavera 110 Con 4 get up
Ionia g Pet '.A; Jordan 112x.-Jockey- haijdjcaps. V
4-Recife -r o-V. "Castillo 115 'tRerasrVm, layoff
8 Pleudo " v R. Cnstian no -Usually beati these
Ben My Chree J. Talav. 1Q6- Blaz ng early speed
7 Town'a Wall A. Icaza 115 -Would pay nice odds
I Gmndado 'vA. Alfaro U3 Form indicates
Peol Clests IrOO
r Ky jimmy breaslin :
PHILADELPHIA (NEA) -"The
e are only 10 'or 12 big bet-
org in the country Bert Bell,
the National Football League com
missioner,, began- in hi warm,.
rasping voice. They dan t mate
a bet until anywhere trom two
hours xo IS minuies beore a game.
Sometimes 4hey make ar phony
bet ear y "to tool people; But the
i real one comes. U(
1 1 "I Know peaple n
trrf. Rate "Special'' Imp. Fa. Purse $t50.00;;.f
2nd. Race ef the Qoyble
A..Vasquez lis" r-rHa's :tai;-woriouts;;"-'-r
R.- Cruz lOlXt-Good early speed
D Barret W2x H-Has shown -nothing
1 DonV Linda
IVa ta0 ".
"4rTBathln?c' 'J. Talavera -107' Could be upsetter
.- a it IM -tin nrm -tmii'ai v :-w j
.7 La- Fanu'
a Milord itux Good ear v toeed'
X Cr'edidio 110 .iJ-Bad trailer iri debut
i, Rett ; Natjves
Peel Ctestt 2;00
7.Poi. Purse $37S.I0
ONE TWO j r
i-Noticioa J. Phillips 110' Vastly improved
- 5-iVic.O?: A. Alfaro 108 Exeelnt race .last
4 Don Luii" '$D. Barret 105s; Rider .only handicap
fBugabt,' "v t .xaiavera m uangerous, againsu inese .t
"' 4 Rice T'H' Natives I Pah Pwrs U75.00 Peel Clots 1:30
ij?ik'ii -Hon i a: Aiiaro ids uiaiance too long iu-i
tir Girl F Justiniani 110 Good early speed 15-1
SWoSIaaa a;, wuirui iia:-vuuim u p.isc nut
jiriif.n J. PhilliDi 105 wo. I contenoer
Mtniiei D. Barret lOOx Improved in last'
I Tingat t T J. Jimene 115 Mutuels Mvorite l
Panama Independence Classic
Oh Tomorrow at Rerrion Track
Ith. R 'Ipeelal" lmat, 4 Fas Pwr?a $s50.0
E Dario 105 Would surprise
A. Perez 108 .Dangerous ;his time
uiU" 1"J'- Pdogan 104 Relurns fcom sick bay, Nv4-1
iiniTJtep Jl. Talavera '105 Ran well in last ":,' 21
t-- "A.'Ica?a 115- -"-Seems best-heret i. ' 3-5
- 2-t-Don inlo
' sWArgosy-Royaf G. Milord 110x Disappointment thuj lir;v H
1Uh. Raca 4a.' lerle Imp. Fg., Porn 8400.00 Poal Closes
' '1 Vttfiniajnc C Pesrfa '113 Showing improvement J ',-1
2-Posffn ?r V Vasques 115 -Returns from layoff '""51
TriwtiM i G. Sancheis 110 Nothing in months "25-1
.-B'Hmvs-'o.-'k'fey. A A if rn infi .Mntuft a favorite
-Alucindov,'; Phillips" iOtf -Ra6k in ben form-";
n.i vnrt A Yeaa 113 VADDarentlv not well
- v k y -' '. ; c -j 1
4.h" Rasa series Impt. 7 Pas. Purse $400.00 Pool Clatet 3i40
tj(.j .a itt Race ef tha Double
fl Narcotico A Vasquet 115 Should, make it now 't
f-El Agheili F. Hidalgo 115 Surprised in last v
,1 German o i. Phillips 115 Hard to beat here
fit-English Wonder JUlloa 115 Aiming for payoff
t& M. Stuardo v v.-iasu u wvHgoou euwiBn
U-Manandoagua 8. Agoirr 111 Estjoymg' rare form
"J-Riotoua mG. Milord llOx Would pas jgoo4 .price
tf-W -.U. '.4 r.. Aft -pMki Clauk 41S
t Fieltr ; l
ft nitrnn r-
a Mi Lbcura
: 2 Thunderstreak
.1 W lfk
8 Pangal ,
7 Doble Fija
- G. Sanchez 113 Returns from layoff i
G. Milord lOsx Dangerous once more t
B.'Baera 110 Must improve plenty.,,
R. Cr.stian 100 Would pay off
D. Barret lOOx Will fight it out
J, Phillips 113 -Not against these
TC-Ruiz 11 Should be dose Tip T T
V.Cas.illo 113 Disappointed in' list
J .TalaverSi 110 1 Doesn't seem l'kely , 1 t
lk Rae 7A- leriei Imot Fs. Pursa $400.00 Pool Oases' 4:40
C. Qi''cs,'100x Could surprise-' -3-1
G. Mil102x Odds-on-mu'tuela choice 1-j!
A. re ez xw scorea ttsuy upi a-i
A. Gonzales, 100 -Good early speed l ; 10-1
' A. Alfaro-110 Apparently gone sour 4-1
A Icaza 110 No. 1 con'ender 5-2
H. Mac'as 99x Form indicates" EVFN
3. Talavera 113 Could, score again V 2-1
know 'iis.'id! ut Malional
5-2 Fooiball League games. 1 don't
. 2-1 1 cae hat jLhty ..au Just .as long
1 :: ' j as they suy away from the -jlay-Ptof
Claw 1:30. ers. Wejtell the players not to
. v, Ihave anythine to ao With, strau-
MAa",atiH m a 1 a 1 ia1 th Air rinn't
tis siiiu iiicaivc amis; issvj uun 1
: f "Nobody calit ; me the t minute
ona Oi those big giys makes a
be.. But-1 know if there's a price
cuaoge.. Anu ., if there s 1 v gov- a
good idea where it's coming from.
. "The : beumg 1 ne on isaUonal
Football League games doesn't
com out until Tuesday now. "l'ney
want to wait and see if there are
any injuries and things '1 ke that
beiore Setting a price 1 ,
.,"1 live by- the phone. J made
a rule about uhone calls years ago
and my wile didn't like it for a
whi.e: : That was to take any call
that earned no matter what time
of he -day.; When you're, In tins
business you got -to remember the
oiher fellow,, is "making living
- "$a a- lat af times a guy on the
coast ,wiliv be. thinking',-about
something and he'll pick up t the
phone to call me. It'll be 11 o'clock-at
night his tinx But two
in the morning for me. What do-1
do? 1 wake up and talk to 1 the
guy All .night, if i 'i business.
Then I'll hang up .and, the .first
call usually will come about 7:30
In the morning.
"You don't figure to'live long
doing that. I'm and ater i cou couple
ple couple of week-ends 'during the set set-son
son set-son I feel- lik I'm 93. Sonieth ng
Happens during a game,r they
star hollering fof me. tV''
'There's so1 much pressure on
coaches, officials and players that,
what the hell, they're not human
if they don't blow up.' Yoti take
George Halts getting Into that
'racas wt h- the "uflicia in Chi Chicago.
cago. Chicago. They sty hi was on 'the
sidelines inside the 20. The -rules
say he can't go that far. down
field. -What do you want my-otfi-cials
1 4o?. Spend the day check check-ins
ins check-ins where the coach is? J .'
11 "What do you wan Halas ta
do? He was in the' middle of a
tough' game; So he came down.- ff
he gets-taught, then he gets a 15 15-yard1
yard1 15-yard1 penalty. t'm .thinking about,
letting the coaches walk; from
goal line to goal Uoe.- v
On'y f Dur thoroughbreds are
scheduled to'dispQtt the $10,000 ad added
ded added purse abd expensive Peruvian
silver- cup 4n -the Panama. Inde Independence
pendence Independence Qaislc tomorrow after
noon at the President Remon raee raee-track
track raee-track iuwhat the field lacks in
numbers it should more than make
up in classy, competitor. ;
- The, cahbre of the eompel ion
is o impressive,' that marry own owners'
ers' owners' Vere-" scared" Dff and did not
enter the r charges for this annual
blue ribbon event, vA otal of only
five racers swe-fe entered, for the
one mile and one-ht f even; put
oni of them, Chilean hopeful Arle Arle-'quin,
'quin, Arle-'quin, hrtke a led- in Uaining ahd
bad to be destroyed.- 1
Paal Ctasas 2:M
' 10 1
1 1 24
ith Race 7th larlts 1mp
4 Pot. "'t. $400.00'
Paal Clasat i-M
1 Corviglit, t G. Sanchez tl2 --Third last time ;
2 Apache, si. Miiora liox uexsjesi nere ;
S Fifito 1' C. Quiros 97x Nothing. recently -:
4 Chicilingo H. Mtcias 105x Apparently finished
5 Ramo A. Vtsouez 112 Could score here
8 Jump Quick B. Aguirre 110 Early speed only 1 -
7 Miss Patience E. Dano 103 Not with this ."lder-
8 Don Dam" J. Gongora 115 Brief early speed s," J
0t-KI Fakir S. Cu'vajaMOS Could surpr se
10 Zumar y. Castillo 115 vr Form indicates
11 Rut lanle u R Cruz lOlx Fastest t' getawty--
12 Princest Va,' Phillips, 108 r E.ay,win Jtst.
10th. Rac 1st. Series Imp. 8 Pf. Pursa $1000;
Peel Clasat 5:40
1 Melendez ' G.. Milord 103x Back in test form
2 Lobo ) J. Talavera 105 vastly improved',,'
8 Embassy 5 F, Alvarez 115 Will fight it out
4 Hos igadot B, BaezaU8 Jockey will help
5 Bucancito -l Os, Bravo 118 Distance to 1 king
Make Your Plans Now for Sunday, November 23rd
" v. l ft
THS GLENN MILLER
warfM Hia aSractlan t
i ri f
. On Stage ,-
COCQ SOLO Theatre
Matinee Only "",
' Curtain 4:00 p.m.
Tickets Soon On
; PlKylng In tha i
. GLENN MILLER
' With tha uthantU-v
RCA VICTOR RECORcV
' C R t S TO B A L
i 1 1 ' t
v...Semco Centers .'.
Curtain, 8:38 p.m.
Atlantic Site Z6-m
Pacific Side 2-2700
"We're "all tuck to be in Ihli
bus'ness. Everybody is, lucky
from the owners io. the players.
Pre football is a wonderful thing.
Look at your crowd.. We're lucky
and have to use: common tense.;
- "Take thCofficialsA They1 have
to make "more than '5uJudgment
'caPf during a game. If the? don't
make mistakes somewhere' along
tha line therf we don't havr any
'human bemgs on our staff. Ot
course they blow some. So do l.
' t "People tell me, 'Look at- the
movies and you'll see it was -a
wrong call.'?;! look at the movies.
But I don't care nbout; tha call.
I just want to see if the oficial
was in proper' position to' make it
If he was, 'then whatever he call called
ed called eoes. Thev run pictures f "dis
puted plays. Everybody know the
camera ans'e can make it appear
entirely different. I don t bo her
with them. ',".
"I know .my officials. I know
they're, Jiuman'-v ,
Lee M:cPh2il May
Bo llsinid Orlbfe
fi fi j!1- I j t
BALTIMORE! (UPIW Lee Mac-
Phail mav wind up as the unm unm-more
more unm-more Orioles 1 general mantger
And farm- system director in the
tejm's latest shake-up. i
" The son : of former 'New York
Yankee boss Larry MacPhall ws
identified us one of thr men un
der consideration for the Orioles'
dual position Thursdav. H cur currently
rently currently Is player "personnel -'dlrecf
tor for the Yankees.
The elder MacPhail, '' now t
breeder and owner of 'horou?
bred horiesat nearby Bel Air. Md.
admitted his son had been contact
erl about Joining the Baltimore or organization
ganization organization but declined further
pau Richards has served as
field franaeer and senertl mtn
ager of the Orioles since 1955 but
reponerilv is seekihK ao assitnt
The Orioles also must find t re-
p'eement for Executive Vice Pf! Pf!-sident
sident Pf!-sident Bill Walsiphtm,.irbo resign
This leaves'' the quartet formed
hv th ntrv nf Perdulario and San-
tillan receiu arrival Quidico and
grey coated Informal. Quidico ar
riv'aH nn thn' Isthmus Thursday in
apparently excenem conamou ues ues-pite
pite ues-pite his l7our trip from Santiago
ri r.h.ie. He. was jccompiiucu w
his owner-train Krnesto inaa,
Perdularlo. winner of six of eight
local starts, will prooaoiy cause
Ihei entry lo-go ott ina muiuos
favorite. His two defeat were both
t th hands of atout-heartea in
formaK1 Perdula-Tio has already
rnAd' 828.745 in ms briet locai
' Iadinff jockey. Brau
lio-Baeza will guide Perdulario
wbicht' yill ;break,from-: tne-o
Santilian,. which ; will be coupled
with Perdulario as a hatf.oi me
Stud Los'Siet entry,! was-unim
pressive in his only local' suiri
when ha finished second to entry-
mate Sculptor over. sev$n tunongs.
The "dockers'! reported that he
will te vastly improved for tomor tomorrow's
row's tomorrow's race Alfredo Vasquez will
do the bftotine on tht Dig Drown
ion of Sitd-Langres. ; 4
informal nas won eisni 01 jj
local starts, including four second.
place finishes and one pnra. tie
f -ft ?
ter and the other at a mile and
one-eiehth. He has finished third
In a mile and five-eights race, one
furlong further than t omorrow's
distance. Strong-armed Jose Ulloa
will hand e the reins on Qu dico.
In 38 starts, Quidico has won 5,
finished second eight times, thnd
ten. times and out of the money
is tunes, ( fc f .f
San illan w'U break. from' the No.
1 starting slot, Informal from No.
3 and Quidico from No. 4, : :.
A capaci:y crowd is expected fo
witness the big race. Admission
to all dependencies of the .track
free, H v, i ,.-"
Texas Closes Doors"
To Ezzard Charles"
' AUSTIN. Tex. hjPDv-Texas
closed its. boxing doors to former
champion Ezzard Charles Thurs
day, telling the 37 year-oia tignier
the action was taken "not only
for the best interest of boxing but
also for your own health." ; i.
..-.. -t tAi i f i
, Chrles, once a boxer ; of great
skill,' took t pitiful beating Mon Monday
day Monday nisht in losins by a knock
out to nationally unknown Donme
Fleemani. the 'Texas lightheavy-
,t i t -.ft
Charles indefinite susnertsion
was announced by Alton Erickson,
sunervisor of boxine and wresMlns
for the Texas-Bureau of Labor
Statistics,- Erickson made' his an
nouncement in a letter to Charles.
- Erickson's office. aaid it wat ts
turned that -an states 'hat '.are
members of .the Nations! Boxin;
Association would '-abide by the
Textt tuspenaion. i, x
Animals Fighting v i:
Back In Tennessee y
Hunting "Grounds ;
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (UPI-The
animals are fiehtins back in east's.
(Tennessee huntine crounds.
fV ,U. T 1 1 1 XT : 1 TT -M .:.
Km? B. Wslker Jr. was huntir;.,.
HM -Kntti-a Thiiparlav -TTia liner
W .U ....... U -.IIU.BWVJI."1 -WftW M
jumped one and ran U badr jo--
Walker fired at' the gallonin? (
boar, but missed. The animal
bowled him over, and 28 stitches ;
were required .to close tusk wounds,.
. Hflfnta,,, nr.. a 4 f am .mil.
rels near -Norris Lake when 'a
hawk with a four-foot winjr-soreati
swooned down and fastened.it ta-
Jops in his arm. -
Hatmaker had to kill the hswk'
to loosen its grip. He was treated
for puncture wounds.
has earned $6,597 50. This five-
year-old grey son of Country Life
Jengibre is apparently enjoying
ms nest lorm since arrive on the
Isthmus y V
Informal was t hose winner over
Perdulario the last time the iwo.
met and last week scored an im impressive
pressive impressive win with specially con
traded Ch'lean jockey1 Carlos, Pe Pe-toa
toa Pe-toa aboard, Pezoa was signed up
by the Haras Carinthia especially
to ride their grey horse in classic
List ,bii far from least is Nev-:
comer Quidico which hat never
finished worst than -third In eleven
classic races in Chile.' He won two
classics; one at a mi!ij-and a-quar-
ff: in news tuiit entertainment
" 840 PANAMA1 1090 COLON
Spanish Program ;
AMOR SE IICE
Miguel AceVes Mejia
EL LATIGO, NEGRO:
with Luis Agujlar
J I V o n
35. i 20c.
with John Erlcson
4 Also: ;
V "D I N 0
- with Sal Mineo
tic. .' 15c.
'3 tOdt TRIBE
- r, Also: -'JUNGLE
J5c. i i !0e
' In Cinemascope I
F R A U L E IN
with Dana' "Wynter
i- Also: -w
with Don Murray
- By CON R ADO
1 I aula's Pat Oulndtdo
V 1 Penin Eras
J Black Baa Victoria
, 4 Tlnoit Filort
i Martlet (a) Valdlna Jeep
English Wander Riotaos ()
7 Chariclala Haracla
8 Bret Skoll
Aa'acha ' Zumar
II a laiy; liver crum you to suffer
from lJiditlon, (ma, httrtbunt, eon
, tlpation, bMuUchoa, bU broatb,
I slncaa, bllloiuntM tvnfl ikln bltmtihu,
: tot His ion from your ehmlt today.
' Hltalon lk a real tonlo to tb Uver nd
lntMttatp. Get Hlfalea iX drusitor.
j -it, ft t
' f BkUCI WRIGHT
f Bruce Wripht, one time mem mem-beT
beT mem-beT .of 1h Hrlem, Giobctrottf B
of basketball fame, was a Dro in
two snorts. He toured with the
nifty Trotters from 1942-1949 and
played baseball with the Cinrin-
nati'4 inwns and Brirainghm Bar Barons
ons Barons of.the Negro Naonal League.
Wrirht.Veni to the Trotters from
tha rn'versity nf Southern, Califor-
stayed long enough, to
makfxiwo of, their Tot-war world
lours, line ail ot them he wa a
suwrb pall ; handler and one-; of
the best long shooters -on the Club.
' -,', t
' Whatever happened to Brucfe
Writht? Now 38.. he recently went
o Rome for training before, jola jola-in.c
in.c jola-in.c the staff of a i fieM inliiph
doing weKre work fo" the Roman
Catholic Church in Morocco. ;
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BalbOa 1:15, 1:40, :05, 8:1
(Frank Sinatra Mitzl Gaynor
'THE JOKER IS WILD"
t in VlttaVlsionl
Simce Center Theatres
v: r 6 o a y
COCO SOLO 2:30 7:00
-; 1 v- -' Joarr Fontaine
-"A CERTAIN SMILE"
in Cinemascope, ft Color! 1
DIABLO HTS. 2:30 7:00
i Alan Ladd in
. "THE DEEP SIX"
WUllam Holden 1"
' Alec Guinness
."'THE BRIDGE ON THE
V RIVER KWA1'" ,
in Cinemascope' & Color!
GATUN t:30 7:00
Lee-J. Cobb. Gia Scala-
"THE GARMENT JUNGLE"
Marrarita 2:30, 6:15. 8:25
Frank Sinatra Tony. Curtis
" "KINGS GO FORTH"
FARAISO t; 7:09
' "JAIL1IOUSE ROCK"
" In ClnemaScope!
BANTA CRUZ, ' S-M
Jack Hawkins Joan Collins
"LAND OF THE PHAROAHS"
in cmemaSoope'tt Colon
CAMP BIERD r 7:00
pex Harrison Virginia Mayo
KING- RICHARD AND
in CinamScope & Color!
L Coming November 23rd
The Glrnm MHIer Orchestra'
BAI BOl -i-g COCO SOLO
1 ' 1 AVC 'TROflCALfif
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BALBOA 1 CRISTOBAL
23331' v .v ,3558 1
.fORlNfORMAT.oSjkEPHONE L- I V A '.C7' I 7 P7 i T (P. CV.'.-.CI THIS "SPACE tS FOR SALE"'
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, ...Resorts, AporfmeW-)"
FOR SALts Concrete house t
, Santa Clara, furnished. reason-
aafe rict, terms considered, In-
iormstian Balboa. 43H. .
r"OR 'lENT GramlicK't Santa
g Clara hawse, eeen 'for Nov. and
. tree' Maka "Wear reservations
! airly. Aba epta far inspection to
f anyone interested1 in anyinf, In In-;
; In-; formation Balboa : 43 19.
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PHILLIPS Ocaantida CaHatM
I lante Clara R da P. Phone Pa-
f J.I 177 Cristobal 3-1673.
Stand vaur weekend's at Ria
Mar. tha but beach in the Re Republic
public Republic with all kind? sf commo commodities,
dities, commodities, open day and night. Tha
new management ii at voer serv service.
ice. service. ,
J FOR RENT Modern chalet,
. threa bedrooms, twe bathraoms,
i ' hot water, maid's room with
)" bathroom. Phone 3-3170.
FOR RENT: Comfortable home,
Jt four bedrooms, two baths, fino
j residential area. Call telephones
-r -743 or 2-2267. Panama.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
twe bedroom, living-dining room,
.porch, garage, Campo Alegrc,
Santuario Nacional Street No. 4.
FOR SALE: Three speed record
player, two tables, one folding,
large plata glass mirror with ma mahogany
hogany mahogany frame tiie 33x54. Phono
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Finance Your New Or
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new cars
43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
Inc. atr fare, transfers, tours,
and iM- hotel
leave evfy Tues. and Fri.
Tel. Panama 2-1GC1
the first and only
no more burned out tubes
U x guaranteed for life
" work -on flashlight batteries
e ' anele of 7o
if)5 Central Ave.
.With built-in Universal
4 L.llllll JI.
: CRUIiDIG GRU HDIG GRUIIDiG
, '' For v ready-packed truly-hl-fi equipment U' there' Is
(nothin; better nnr more beautiful than Hie CKDNDIQ
., line cf radio-phBnoftraphg. We have more than IS difi
ferent models in stock- special C.Z. prices available. Re Re-member
member Re-member that CRTJiVUlG h mae ; Vi Pst G r'-any by the
vjorldj', larcest manufacturer of radio-conso es! i i i :
bKI bU R I
FOR RENT: tSmaH' anartmant
with modem conveniences in
residential section, 50 Street Na.
41, Belli Vist4J v
FOR RENT: -4 Campo AlegreV
Exceptional nifif f umishedt ana :
room apartment. near El Pane-'
ma. hot water.jfcafl $-1789.-,
FOR RENT: Mica, apartment:
three bedrooms two bathrooms,
parlor, dining ream, maid's room
and oarage, hof water. 48th St.
No. 23. Apt. 2.,
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apart-'
ment, living-dlhing room, left.
chen, independent service, beach
front, San Fririeijeo,' Second
Avenue No. I.hona 3-1221.
FOR RENT: Apartment. 2kJ
rooms, living dicing rvorn, kit.
chen, independent service, San
Francisco de l Calata.' First
Avenue No. 434 Phone 3-1221.
FOR RENT: -J Twa bedroom
apartment. Cub Avenue No.
40-50 ( Exposrtton ) .'apartment
No. 9. Phone 33329.
FOR RENT: Luxuriously fur.
niihed apartments decorated y
well known interior decorator.
Rental includes all utilities, maid
service, telephone and 24-hour 1
watchman. Ask at "Arte y Deeo Deeo-racion"
racion" Deeo-racion" Store ie- Edificio Campo
Alegre on Via Eaparla across from
Hotel El Panama Milton, tela-
phone 3-7425.1 1 K i
FOR RENT: Rjviera Apt.Hausa.
Beautiful two-bedroom apartment
dining, living. J. kitchen, porchr
two baths, maid's room and
rage. Call 2-4696, B to 12 noon, f
FOR RENT: Fpimished and un.
furnished apartments. Telephone
1386. New Alhambra Apart Apart-ments.
ments. Apart-ments. 10th Street, Colon.
FOR RENT: On,, b.droom
apartment $50 00, furnished and
utilities. Call 34249 after 5.00
p.m. Military inspected.
On Asylum Offer
To Boris Pasfernak
Washington, NoV.i" J "(UPI) "(UPI)-The
The "(UPI)-The United States probably
woyld offer siyjum -to .Nobel
prize winner Boris Pasternak if
he were ordered out of Russia
and sought to Uve in this couri couri-try,
try, couri-try, U.S. officials' said today, i
But they sajd, ft was, more
likely Pasternak Vould warjt to
live m a nauon .neutral w;tne
tast-West struggle. .
The State Department, mean
wnne, declined 'to ",iment on
any possibility Ar -a would
offer Pasternafc rr-- "npc
Reluctance qf the 'State De-
paiuneni io seeK: to maKe Pro Propaganda
paganda Propaganda hay oit of the Soviets'
suppression of Pasternak's "jm
Zhivapo'' and the attacks
against the author by Commun
ist oniciais was thought to stem
from : i,
Uncertainty over Whether
Russia would to so, iar tas -to
oust PasternakLfrnm thft ,rnnn-
try, and If so fwhether the 67-year-old
writeit would, ''ask to
live in the Unjlted States.
Concern that any official U.S.
expression on the -subject mi?ht
further jeooardize the -safety
and well-beings-.of -Pasternak.
It was reported from Moscow
last night that a move was
afoot to order the non-conform-
let nn.fn,v,AU...i ........
try. apparently with Premier
Niklta S. Khruiihchev's blessing.
r anK smatral Tony Curtis
Natalie (Wood in
"KiNiJS (to FOKTH"
Plus: "The liinr! Ranrer.Inl
ine Lost (My of Gold"
-t' ; vc ., ii.
Between 4th ft 10th
Opposite Bifnco Nacional
a nw hlp-
ment of lad
is and chil-
drens veir 't State
Your visit will be appreciated
fllini HTfl I :Mi a
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BARUiZ2n. a Bir m Rn52.Tr-,,? CASA ZALDO-Central Ave. 4S LOUBDES PHAKMACY-182 La Camsquille PARMACM LOM-
?4BM?if 11 ir fn.JiiAVi'iV?- 1 BL LEWU 6ERVICB-Ae. Xivell No. 4 a FARMACIA tSTADOS UNIDOS lit Centra Ave.
f ARMACIA LUX-1M tentr.l Avenue jf HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Feo. da U Ossa Ave. Ne, 41 OTO DOMY-JuMo Arosemeu AveTafld M St.
' 1 1
.UlS-Beride tl.a Bella Vbta Theatre
FOR SALE: 1957 Morrl
; "1,000" traveler in excellent
condition, vary economical..
'Phone, Balboa 2871. ;
FOR SALE: 1957 Taunus 15M.
German Ford, excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, two-tone, white side wall,
Tel. Albraok 7108,
FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet 2
doei1, hrdrop,' power glide, ra ra-i
i ra-i dio, electric, ww, w.t.w. tires,
low mileage, excellent condition.
Call Balboa 294 J. '
. ''SAVl MONEY
? EXCELLENT OPORTUNITIES
Autos Eisenmart, S. A. Offers
tha Best Used Cart in Panama
,1957 Chevrolet BelAir 4 DR,
'"radio, WW fires, stand, trans.
1956 Oldsmobila "88" Holiday 4
OR, Hardtop, tutona, radio, W
SW tires, power brakes b steer-
1956 Chevrolet, 4 DR Sedan, tu tu-tone,
tone, tu-tone, radio,. Excellent condition.
1956 Dodge Sta. Wagon Subur Subur-ban
ban Subur-ban V-8, radio, power; steering
tr brakes, radio, tutone. Very
1 955 Chevrolet, BelAir, tutone,
radio, WSW tires. Perfect me mechanical
chanical mechanical cond.
1956 'Oldsmobila Super "88
Holiday, Hardtop, 2DR, tutone,
radio, WSW tires, power brekes
Jetaway hyd. trans. Perfect con condition.:
dition.: condition.: 1954 Ford 4DR Sedan; radio,
atand. trans. Very good ear,
1953 DeSoto, 4DR Sedan tutona,
radio, stand, trans.
1953 Mercnry Sta. Wagon, 4DR
2 tone, radio. Excellent cond.
Open all Day. Next to Coca-Cola
Xo. Tels: Pmd. 2-2616 2-4966.
FOR SALE. 1958 Ford four
door sedan, with radio. Custom
Deluxe. Less than 6500 miles on
nt Will trade on small car. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent eleetria
.Calf T.. :a-3069, Balboa. ' f'
FOR SALE: 56 Morris Minor,
4 door hardtop, like new. $950.
Call 828, 3427.
FOR SALt: 1951 Ford 4-door
. sedan. Inquire at 0844, Gavilan
Road, Balboa (beside Cable, of of-fiee),
fiee), of-fiee), .,
FOR SALE:-1952 Willy, Station
Wagon, excellent condition.
Second Street, Pueblo Nuevo No.
f ? SALE: Chevrolef 2 door
Mack and white 19J5. radio,
hydromatie, mileage ( 32,686.
$1200 00. cash only.; Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1835. f i t
To Send Balloon
To Edge Of Space
BOULDllR, Colo., .Nov. 1 (UPI)
the Colo-ado University high al altitude
titude altitude observatory here announced
plans today to send a manned bal balloon
loon balloon to the edge of space.1
Observatory director Dr. Walter
Prr Roberts said the man-carrying
balloon would be sent tn an al.
titude of 90,00i feet to study the
He said the fli'gh'. would be
launched either from Denver or
Sometime in November, the sci
entist said, Robert H. Cooper of
me orjservatory s atf will go up
in an open gondola to an altitude
of 45,000 fee
:The higher flight will come lat later.
er. later. Dr. Roberts said, in a oressur-
ized gondii. u
"What Wre looking for is evi
dence of dust particles in' .the
r a relied upper atmosphere, ne
said, "iuch particles are peueved
to scatter Tent near the sun.
CZECHS AIL rP-l SUNDAY
PRAGUE, Nov. UUP?) Two
American soldiers have: been sen
tenced o prhon ermS! by Czech
authorities for border violations, a
spokesman at the. U.S. Ebassy
in Prague said today.
The spokesman in a telephone
call from Vienna sa d he has been
informed that Specialist John Ken.
riedy go! 15 mon'h and Pv Co:e
Youngert 10 monthj for violating
The two American soldiers were
sentenced after a secret trial in,
Prague, the spokesman added.
He said that he had "no furth further
er further info'ma ion on the case."
"We only-know (hat they ha"C
been sen'enced but we have no
information on the exact charts
and when; the trial took,', place,"
SLIM FAT AWAY
' If tat ruiiis your flture or makee
you short of breath and endansera
your heaJth, you will And It eaay to.
lose weljtht with tt nw Hollywhod
method Formade. MO dr&etlo dtftlnr
or exercise. Aak your drugstore for,
"armede. end start allmmlnf at once..
ENT8 OB OU OFFICES AT W ST
- COLON OFFICE! 35th 8tre.t ei.d G0cm Ne.14.Kl.
" r t A hf , i i. ... .. .....
FOR 4. SALE Refrigerator 13
, u. ft., excellent condition,' 60
cycle, $250.00. No,43, Calle
95, San Francisco. t
"WASHINGTON, Nov 1 (UPI) (UPI)-U.S.
U.S. (UPI)-U.S. atomic experts believe that
worldwide-. dread of ; radioactive
fallout from nuclear tests could
now be" dispelled by setting off
nearly 'all explosions' underground
informed sources here said yes
terday Uhat just-concluded U. S,
nuclear test series in Nevada
showed it is now possible to test
all but the very biggest nuclear
devices in underground s h t
i iiw; auucu luai, uuueiiuuiiu
testing is somewhat less expensive
and in some ways more produc
tive than open air explosions.
TheUnited States concluded its
current test series with the most
powerful man-made' underground
explosion ? in. history at the atom
test site on the Nevada desert
That blast, equal In force to 20,-
OOO tons of TNT occurred some
800 feet beneath the surface of a
desert mesa. Experts believe' it
would be possible to touch off ex
plosions of devices up to 100,000
tons TNT -equivalent if they were
1:13 2:49 '4:51 8:55-8:55
masterpiece of excitement
from the master of terror
ANDREW L STONE
UWaVA 7;o3 8:58
M fi rn Tff 1?'
PATRICIA OWENS rubcrt NDDifrn
; Is CtatmsSccpi And
ft WirKiJW'--SV,J fc" W
IV I ijr
"H" 8TSEET. PANAMA w UBRFRIA PHECIADO T Btreel Ma. 11 Ar,ynn
FOR SALE i Mahogany chest of
drawers, made by Cowes, snaho-
' sjany desk -dressing table, com-
' bination with 4 large drawers.
Tel. Balboa 2494.
FOR SALEi lanssat)1 aiane,
$275. Royal portable,. $30.00..
: 0424-B, Venado Street, Ancon.
, FOR SALE:-! t ft. hot point,
refrigerator, good conditio $175.'
Tel. 3-6490. ...
. FOR SALE: Combination Tele Television
vision Television record player "Motorola",
chaise longr Wasthinghouse ren.f
f rigeraf or, . Bendlx auromatie
washing machine, 60 cycle, good
condition. Other Hem. House 7 ,-.
46, Las Cruces St. Balboa. .'
' Marcedas Building. Da luxe com
morcial and office building. Am-i
pie parking space. Night watch--man.
Moderate rents. Balboa
Avenue, next to nuns school.
Ricardo A. Mir S. A. ; Tel,
FOR SALE:- Tape recorder with
accasories ind remote control.
Please call 3-7744.
FOR SALE: Television anten-
nas and mast at one third actual
cost. 160 piacaa-10 foot-$l.00
each. Voltage rectifier (battery
charger, 6 to 12 D.C.V.), heavy
duty 110 volt bells. Insulating
(fish) paper, 60 cents pound.
Collection ovor 200 old original
by : Ellifton, Mines, Lunceford,
Armstrong, Basia, ate. Zenith
console Hi-Fi record player, '
Cobra-Matic, like new. Stock of
radio repair parts. Surplus gun
cameras with lane, $1.00. Two
of tiee chain. : Tuba teeter and
ether test Instruments. Pico
threader, Vi te 1 Vi inch. Tap
and die set, 'A to inch. Elee- v
trie table wood' saw with moron,'
Various hand tools. TROPIK-
SHOWER water heaters." Via Is.
pane No. ITel. 3-7357 or 3-,
7336. Open thfe afternoon, "
Roosevelt Centennial Celebrations Start.
With tha beeinninc nt ih. t r.
naL'Zona celebration of the Theo Theodore
dore Theodore Roosevelt Centennial just a
week away, only minor details re remain
main remain to be worked out on one of
the most extensive week-long pro programs
grams programs in the Canal Zone's Histo History;
ry; History; v
The program starts next Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, ENov. a and wiU be coaclud coaclud-ed
ed coaclud-ed Saturday, Nov. 15 when a bust
ot the late President is unveiled
in the rotunda of the Administra Administration
tion Administration Building at Balboa Heights,;
- During the Saturday ceremonies;
most eleborate of the week,': a
plaque will be presented by the
Ameurican Society of Civil ; Engi Engineers,
neers, Engineers, designating the Panama ta-
nai as "une of ine Seven1 Engi.
neering Wonders of the United
The Canal Zone Centennial Pro Pro-gratfiins
gratfiins Pro-gratfiins garrbf the iJiatiohallf ob ob-served
served ob-served Wodore .JRoosevelJ Cen Cen-tennial
tennial Cen-tennial Year. The program was
climaxed in most parts of the U U-nited
nited U-nited States by ceremonies on
Roosevelt's birthday, Oct, 2T,! ;
The Canal Zone observance, how however,
ever, however, was deferred so that ,, the
local celebration would coincide
with, the Mart anniversary of
Roosevelt's precedent-breaking vis
it io ine uanai ne.4i v
Special Invitations to the ari ari-ous
ous ari-ous events in the week-lonir oroi
gram are beins issued: to holdtars
of the Roosevelt Medal which was
presented to men aid women
employed by the Isthmian Canal
commission or in5 Panama Rail Railroad
road Railroad for' t wo years continuous
service during the construction r-
noa, ana special round-trip rates
were made, on the Panama -Line
for medal holders Or their widows
now living in. the United States to
that they could come here for the
ce'ebration.-,,', ,, -S
Th -first group of medal hold hold-ers
ers hold-ers arrived Thursday aboard the
Panama Line's Ancon from New
York. i C-ifi ,-:..-
Thn ; ahin.i.uia hnarsil rvt
. --if wr. uvu wn, v. la
tobal breakwater by Fred deV,
Bui Might Be Worse
; ',:( '-'-V1 ,vr. :,'(.:' fl-s
LONDON. Nov." 1 (UPI) -.Field
Marshal fc Viscount .Montgomery,
whose -memoirs go tW Bale ete
Monday, says he's intolerable1'
and might be even worse if 5 Jt
weren't for the .Army.;;' 4
He told a literary luncheon yes yesterday
terday yesterday that- he admitted all his
faults and mistakes in the bopk
and tired to be fair.y :,
"I have 'taken, the blame 'lor
practically most, of the g hints
that, went rwirong:? during his bat battles
tles battles in world war two, tha hero
od El Alamein said.. "Atlhough the
truth is unpalatable I have told it,
and. in the endvlruth prevails."';
Monty, who recently retired is
deputy commander of Allied Fore Fore-es
es Fore-es in Europe,! said that in 1 the
book l freely admit that I am
most ; intoleraole 1 person.", j ; (
"And if it were not for rWn
disciplinary action throughout;! my
nte ,1 won a nave Men evei-morellM.?. hr-abatf.'v.i., fi1;'-'.?-14
intolerabl,r he said, rrf The; Ruddicks have 13 chndren.1
'.AS f---;" ;:'-i''-!:f '':"i-Wi---'1' '.'KK
- FOR SALEs-Lote 500 end 1.000
- waters, in tha Nuevo Hipedrem
Urfaanixatien, across the Ramo.il
Racetrack. All lots with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBarnetU
Wa repair in your home.
? we -eien'r pretend to guarantee
owr work. We guarantee it ,-PHONE
PHONE ,-PHONE THE EXPERTS;
' Tivoll Avenua No. 11-20
Boycoll Buses v
In Prolest Mo Ye
BIRMINGHAM, Ala".,' Nov; 1 C C-(UPI)
(UPI) C-(UPI) Birmingham Negroes to today
day today boycotted buses in pxo estof
"mistreatment of Negro, patrons
by bus drivers."
The Rev. F. L. "Shuttles worth, "a
prominent Negro in egrHion lead leader,
er, leader, said nearely 1,000 Negroes .of
"several: sroUDS comhinen". mot
here last' night and "unanimously
decided, to stay off the buses,"
"There was no appeal," shut shut-tlesworth
tlesworth shut-tlesworth said. '1 doubt if any ap appeal
peal appeal would have, kept them on the
buses. They are Just fed up wish
it, that's all. We believe it hptter
co walk in dignity than to pay to
Shuttlesworth said he had not
discussed the boycott with the
Rev. Martin Luther Kine Jr.. who
spearheaded a similar boycott
which ended segregation oa Mont
gomery Dusest He also said net ti tier
er tier he nor his lieutenants had dis discussed
cussed discussed the Drotent with three if
King's -aides who- were arrested
here earlier this week.,,
Sill, a Vitiftmber of the Canal Zone
RooseVeltt memorial committee
who ouumed the week's program
to the returning old timers and
presented them with- the specially-designed
red, white and blue
lapel insignia which all, Roosevelt
Medal holders will wear during
In this first group were. Mrs.
Charles L. Bleakley, Mr. and
Mrs. S. G.'Carkeet, George S3.
Carkeet, Sr., Mrs. LearK. Dugan,
Mrs.vM. B. Huff, Mrs. and Mrs.
John J. Murray. Mrs. Cecilia M,
Parmeter, Joseph B. Stilson; Capt,
Ar.nur' 1. miner, j: uubert,
ihiy ana Mrs. tan r. 'Hoiiman,
Sr., and Mr. and Mrs., Theodore
An even lairger group' of 'medal
holders is scheduled to sail Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, from New York ..aboard, the
Panama Line's Cristobal. 7 f :
All medal holders living in the
CaAaLZone ofe RepubUo of Paha Paha-ma
ma Paha-ma who have hot yet been contact contacted
ed contacted have been asked to get in
touch' with the Panama, Canal In Information
formation Information Office so that arrange
ments can be made to send then
their -special invitations and insig insignia.
nia. insignia. Those-who hav not already
done so should write Box 203, Bal Balboa,.
boa,. Balboa,. Heights, at once,
The Canal -Zone Roosevelt Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, for- which Mrs. C. T. Mc Mc-Cormack
Cormack Mc-Cormack is Pacific Side chairman
and Gerard K. Schear,, Atlantic
Side chairman, Jias selected v a
theme for: each day of the Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt Centennial week,' the, themes
stress various, facets of Roosevelt's
character and career. 1
.i-.Thes week's events will include
a number of meetings and special
activities and will fea ur -such
distinguished visiting speakers as
Maurice H. Thatcher onlv surviv
ing, member of the Isthmian Ca Canal
nal Canal Commission; author And post
Hermann Ragedorn, who is inter-
nauonanv anown lor nis noosevelt
biographies and who is secretary
anov director ot tne Koosevel Cen-i
tennial Commission;, and Francis
S. Friel, national president of the
Song For Yaler
' SPRINGHILL, N. S. Nov. 1
(UPI), Maurice Ruddlck, who
was rescued today after nine day's
entombment in the Sprlngh'H coal
mine, begged- his rescuers for a
g'ass of water in exchange for a
songo '. f s s-
" The 46-year-old Ruddick,; who Is
known' asr "the singlnf mlnef,"
kept up the spirits of the five wen
with whom- he was v tripped by
vingfng son. '. 1.1
"My husband told nis' rescuers,
'g!V me a glass of water and I'll
sing you-a song; f! Mrs. Ruddick
said after visiting Budding at he
hospital' Mrs. Ruddick held her
hands to her face and burst Into
tear when she first saw her, bus
;.V -if-praying'lor: you,:darl
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BOA BALBOA 1214. Constant supervision.
plenty of Instructive toys te keep
children amused. Ages from 2'i
, years to 5 years.. 8:15 a.m. to
'fit a.m. .Monday thru Friday ;
t Transportation. provided.- Calf J
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, UNITED 'NATIONS, N.Y Nov.
1: (UPI) The General assembly's
main political committee' returned
a resounding vermct eairry loaay
against Russia's elforts to force
immediate and unconditional ces cessation
sation cessation forever" of nuclear weapons
tests. '),! t
' It approved,' with 23 abstentions,
a 17-power resolution backed by
the United States and Britain. It
called for early agreement on sus suspension
pension suspension of tests under effective in international
ternational international control and .urged Rus Russia
sia Russia to join the western nuclear
powers in banning experimental
explosions while the' current Ge Geneva
neva Geneva talks are-in progress,-,;
Opposition in the vote on the "7 "7-power
power "7-power resolution came only .from
the solid Soviet bloc; France,-: Yu Yugoslavia,
goslavia, Yugoslavia, Austria,' Finland and Is Israel
rael Israel joined Japan and 16 other
countries of the Afro-Asian, group
ip abstaining. ". vs.r-' ?
SUGGEST BLOOD FINES '
- BOGOTA Colombia (UPI)
Physicians here : have suggested
to local authorities that traffic vi violators
olators violators be allowed to oay : th'jr
fines in blood Ato build up tne
citv's" Wood banks, r '' -
The doctors suggested that
fines should to charged off with within
in within the limits of safety -at a
rate of about a quarter of a pint
of blood for each tloHar.v
ASK RATE HIKE n"'-. :'
WASHINGTON WTl) 'i- Arfler Arfler-ican
ican Arfler-ican Airlines has asked the Civil
Aeonautics Board 1 for permission
to hike its passenger fares1; 8.5
pet -cent to cover heavier eosts,.
in me3ei age. ),
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American? Society CiviL Etigi-
feci a. t i 5 .; -T
George H.,- Roderick, assistant
secretary of the Army and chair chairman
man chairman of the board of directors of
the Panama Canal Company 'Will
5 'it 0-, fr t5,V
For. the Best
in news and entertainment
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phone 6-114 Gamboa.
BERLiN. Nov. 1 aTI Eif :
Germany today threatened isolat -j
ea West Beriiners wun new DiocR DiocR-ade
ade DiocR-ade measures unless they votn
communist in the western sector v
elections npt month, v "h
The communists apparently hor J
J 1.1 1 :) 117 T -1 A. Z ::V
void another .devastating defeat c, r
me Daiiot ooxes similar w) in t
nun rnpv. fiiicraTnn. rmir vers bp i,
- t! " H C
n.kn- tlt.H irni M.Tt, 1 T ..want ill:
the-votes cast.,' f.J- ', t
"'The- communists said today We1 i
Berlin can gain" "security" onl.
by abandoning its firm anti-Cotr-
munisc policy ana giving we voir. ;.
munist rairtv represeniauon mini,
city assemblywt i I
Tnreats to interfere with train
fo the city were ; made-in frorii r"
Daee editorials in the official coir 4
munist party newspaper Neue.il
Deutschland and in the commtj -nist-edited
Berliner ZeitunJ. ... i
Thn anthoritativ newananers ft J
peaiea ine communist ciaimi an m
West Berlin belongs to East Ger .(
many and the western allied rx
cupation of West Berlin is Ulega
The Neues Deutschland said V
vote for the communists is "u1
gently necessary'r because "Berli t
lies in the territory of the Getrma i
Democratic Republic just is Qu
moy lies in the territorial watort
of the People's Republic of Chin: t:
anrl 'lwith:'helrina.tn.J:h'.atataiJ.t- : f-
whose territory or water they .ai ;
MARTIN SEEKS DAMAGES,
Y LOS ANGELES (UPIV- feiniee
Dean Martin .Wednesday sough?
u,uuv i aamages- m .a oopent
Court suit growing out of a tra
fic accident last Aug. 24.
' Donald' Robert Seddoa, '39, rl
nearby Santa's Monica, -Calif.," vw i ,. ,.-named
named ,.-named defendant in' ,.the gat
which charged. he rammed a car
driven by actor Tonv Curtis 1 1
which Martin was riding.' Th)
singer asked $50,000 for injuriei"
and $40,000 for loss of earnings
be: tho- main speaker la the 1 prr
gram on ov. is aurme wh 0
the Roosevelt bust, a gift of Ed.
ward A. Bacon, will be dedicate
and :th ; American Society of Civ; i
Engineer plaquf will be present-
r, KIND or
. ACTION ACTION-DRAMA
DRAMA ACTION-DRAMA YOU
r WILL NOT
..It may well
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THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
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To Speed Child's Dressing.
Almond Rice Cream Teams
Up With 11 Sr Topping Mix
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER t, 1958
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CREAMY to the only word to describe thti almond and riot
twrt. K utilises new and easily prepared topplnr mix.
BY GAXNOR MADDOX, NEA Food and Markets, Editor
By MARGIE ROTHROCK
. In a few day there will be a
. Dew dessert topping mix on the
market. It is easy to prepare, in-
expensive and relatively low in ca ca-f
f ca-f lories.- Y6u can use it either as a
' topping or as an ingredient in. Ba.
-vanan pies, puddings and frozen
v One package will made 2 cups
, "of topping. It will sell for between
. 23 and 27 cents at your local mar-
ket. The manufacturer1 says it is
a dream. Well, let's wake up and
"'.see for ourselves.
r Almond Rice Cresm
(Makes about 4 servings)
.rf Two-thirds cup packaged pre pre-,
, pre-, cooked rice, 1 1-2 cups milk, 1-4
eup sugar, i-t teaspoon salt, 1 tea tea-,,
,, tea-,, spoon vanilla, 2 tablespoons sher
ry, if desired; 1-4 cup toasted sliv sliv-'
' sliv-' ered or chopped blanched almonds
1 cuq prepared dessert topping
Combine precooked rice, milk'
sugar and salt in large saucepan
Mix just to moisten all rice. Bring
to a boil, and continue boiling gent gently,
ly, gently, uncovered, 15 minutes (until
milk Is just absorbed), fluffing rice
occasionally with fork; Remove
from heat. Cool; then add vanilla,
sherry, if desired, and almonds.
Chill about 1 hour. Just before
serving, whip dessert topping mix
and fold into rice mixture. Gar Garnish
nish Garnish with additional almonds, if
Quick Mathod: About 1 hour be:
fore serving, cook rice as directed
above. Cool 10 to 15 minutes and
add vanilla and almonds.' Then
spoon mixture into refrigerator
freezing tray and chill in freezing
unit for 15 to 20 minutes.1 Whip
dessert topping mix. Stir rice mix mixture,
ture, mixture, fold in desseri topping, and
serve 'at once. Or store in refri refrigerator
gerator refrigerator until ready to serve.
Utilize Trunks For Extra
Seats And Storage Space
v v i c ,., y ;
''ilillfil I 1
i. ,v -:. !l ...SWSiS' t a v ...... w-w 1
:1, :tfvf S-JMi
i 5 II .f I
in a eoed'a room.
Muklin-eoVered eotton uuHt waddliur eoshiona the top. Skirt
n or cninti.' ,
Steamer ,tnink doubles aa seatina- apace
Oneo the first realities a coed
meets is .the incredibly small Size
of mafiy dormitory rooms and.their
even smaller closets. Home sue
a half -inch seam allowance on all
- JPlace layerof .waddinir on mus
lin.-Place print fabric on top of
quarters which weje deemed hope-) wadding. Pin together. Using the
lesslyj tnadequate seenvTpala'ial by
I'm sure many a homemaker
watching her darling go off to
face the world has smiled- to her?
self ait. the wagonload of trunks,
suitcases; and ; boxes hicfthold
the minimum,, wardrobe c6nsider4
vital W the expedition "i
ii t ... ,f"k ;
IJxtra; (storage spa?e it -created'
Inf. i -jnjriicule room yy.; shoving
. suitcases, filled, .sunder tie v 'bed,
, Foot tockers or steamef Irunks
are usually too bulky to slide. under
are sorely needed a eooti way io
I keep a f od locker in tt.e room,'
; atiracjjveiy ana jisutuuj ; is -ro
i slipcdver it and let it doi-.ble as a
f-. comfortable seat,1 '-.f
A. girl who is fairly haady .with
1 jewing -"machine can .: made
tover inexpensively and V uckly.
xmf'OF, how-to'! directidM ? Tm In-
3 "ted to the NationarCot'on poun-
i V FoKa trunk' teasurinU4 ,20
3 ( 13 inches, you'll need:; tfo yards
, ;fa pnnt or of 1 striped Hbrlc, 39
I Hng fabric, for trunk skirt and pil
F j tow one package cotton 'batting
i m utuwnu Doisrers: iw aras un-
. Jl . l .111. I.' .1 -T. . I1'1 1
machine-quilting attachment, be
gin at one corner of the .rectangle
Wd stitch aitfiagonal.kne to op-
;, sqtcn pareuelr lines four inches
apart on each side of center stitch-
nig 'Starting t opposite corners,
repeat the process so that diamond
shaped- pattei-ni arff formedi
'.Cut .enough onft-'nch bias strios
from jprint fabrie.to cover 3 1-4
yards of otton coraing,r Seam to together:
gether: together: r and covrr cording. Stitch
covered, cording Jo edge of quilted
t pr me- jrunni skiti, cux eigni
strips of -contrasting fabric 36 x
15 inches.' r Stitch, nieces together.
forming "a cohfinuous strip feight
yards longir With right sides to together,,
gether,, together,, pin contrasting strip .to
quilted ?. trunk f td makihg 1 box
leats as you in. f.-V;.''
Placet covar oh trunk,; turn un under
der under skirt ne-half inch from floor.
Pin and machine jstifich, v
quilt. J-4-yard of print fabric ana
seam together longer aides to form
iVotttm .'fuilt wadding for pad andflong and 41-2 inches wide.
trunk cover; matching Bread and
cotton cord. "'
vTo nuke, the oad, cut aiece's of
cotton ouilt wadding th i siza of
trunk top. Cut two piecM of mus muslin
lin muslin the. same size as .adding
. Stich i muslin nieces togt cher ,on
three sidesr. Turn right-sue put
tack at? intervals to kee t batting
in place. Whip down open side
Hindi Diamond is th kind of gal who leaves most
of us marveling at, fats boundless enthusiasm as we
guiltily sneak back into our easy chairs. V
.iWhen she came to the Isthmus 17 years ago, she
vowed firmly to develop an immunity to "tropic rot" (i.e.
mighty : easy livih-,)J. The affliction has never caught up
with her "Though; many moons have risen since she left
her native New York, she still maintains the pace of the
Fortunate it Is that she travels at full speed ahead.
Otherwise she could never find time for all the activities
Hindi 'Is S' loo-lvbtehJ newspaper
woman ana news pnoioginii""-
She also is a magazine t.efluor,
actress, a wife and a' mother
More than seven years ago she
walkrH into, the editorial offices
of The Panama American-a green
cub reporter whose energetic am ambitions
bitions ambitions by far overshadow her
exoerience in journalism, one nau
half-a-day to "breaic in in"
hit fho het In covn everyinms
from burning shins, at sea to long long-winded
winded long-winded court trials. ..
Thoso seven yoars woro mo
bst years of mv Ufa comments
Hindi. "On no other pspor in ho
world could I avo opHon the
variotv of storios I d haro,
She counts among her unforget
table exoerienees a harrowing air
search for .Belgian ex-King Leo Leo-noR
noR Leo-noR whose craft was renorted
overdue somewhere n tiie Darien
country. With the-Panama Ame-
rican's managm-euuor "c.c""!
Smith in the pilot's seat, runm
managed the photo gear, ineX wun
tHj corrsn.on'fants' rac o f fin'i
the missing royalty, but H'ndnost
something too. She became violent,
jv aii-cik and herfyve on the
pre"ish tones of he .iund? oyer
which the little nlane lurched; in
turbulent air pockets. -
"Peoole always say un. you
mus meet BO jnany j.,rt:1"
oeoole'," she rnmw,... i you
knnw. it's teallv true."
kmnno .-th lnterftotinf anono-
ttcsllv imoortant people she met
during her wwttin '" ,,'nT
th nnd4-.nf the Governments who
rnet in anam for jconferere
of American Chiefs of state two
vrn a co. i
oewhat oreenanf at the time,
she was am"ied wbdn Pre" Se Secretary
cretary Secretary Jim Haaertv. who was at-
kint awHresim-neras "ks
niamnd sb fl'.H not correct him.
Pevpai mpmhs fter. nnwever. sne
in thpt ho' naa lusr- "amen m
the bVh of bt on an-1 em
harraed at having called her i
"m'M". .: .
Last yoar HirtHf had a sinsn sinsn-lar
lar sinsn-lar oxoorin. Sb was w lww
woman p''0t6rohor covering
'oration Cari-X in wKif n, n,-P"
P" n,-P" trooops alt 1 mala parlleip-
Some day Hindi's 1 f ftr-reachin?
exoeriencs on the ,Pnama' news
will be available in hook
'nrm, !S" M'c'",'',d the f'rst
thre rhapfet of "Gringa on the
On". Succeedin chanters must
wit tHif turn, as her frantic
- This nafit snrine a challenfe con
frnnted "indi that she emild not
rfn. She was offered the e1itnr
shin of a new magazine. Cotal. the
first of is kind, with no staff, no
form- no corresnnndents.' The Tra
vel Agents Association ofLat r
America needed a journal to pub
"O.1 1 'I11'"
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For each end. cut one strip of
contrasting fabric 42 ?l-2 inches
Stitch ends tosether; Cover cot
ton seaming with print fabric and
s itch 'o con rasting strin. Attach
contrastint; strips .to each end.
To finish one end of bolster, run
ba in? s itch one-half inch from
raw: edge of (contrasting fabric;
gather and 'secure. .
' Stuff bolster with cotton, batting,
pVkins tightly for' firmness.,
.Finish' other end.. Attach large
co'eri 'buttons to each end -of
bolster. v' k '
The Quilted Cover: Cir a .lay'era Ynu can, of course, buy ready ready-of
of ready-of cotton quilt 'wadding -(he s'xe made-"quilted ..fabric ancf reaiy-
of trunk loo. Cut one ncce of marie co'ton cord in colors to
print material and ona jiece of match or contrast with tha fab fab-white
white fab-white muslin the same -e with ric if you wish to save some time.
Jewels' matched exactly to the
color of a blouse; suit or dress
fnered in the Par's collections
For instance, a voilet dress might
be exactly color-matched with a
The pendant earring is back in
favor this ? fall nd ( winter, done
in glittering rninesiones or spar
kling watenaus oi coior.
Paris fashions are7 buttoned u
with treat big. buttons this fa I
Some are nearly two inches jwide,
in jei or msrui, w gnyx.tj.
Keeping f clothes : neat during
warm days is .difficult. Today
fabrics mean a rumoled,, soiled
look 1 r inexcusable. For around
the .house or casuauspoftswear.
sleeveless wrap around Wou??
of drip-dry1 material are good to
match 'with unpressed pleated
'Evening gloves In tbelong length
take on the added beauty, of, em embroidery
broidery embroidery for fall ,and .wlner. Some
have the embroidered, motif at the
top and some Jiave.it running .the
length of the jglave. j;; 4 J
Great big 'handbags. In floraf ta
pestry are a pretty .contrast for
th coaV.sult or dress in a dark,
solid color. :
licize its particular part of the
world, and Hindi was their gal.
I try to keep the magazine look
ins like a Stateside lournal. says
the "pioneering" editor, sne is
particularly proud that it is printed
in Spanish and is the only sucn
magazine in Latin America wmcn
serves as a focal point to reores
ent the travel bureaus of, all the
She was extended a cooperative
gesture by airlines offices here.
who now transbort the journal to
Various cities in Latin Amerca.
, Hindi learned her Spanish by
nractice rather than from books.
She converses fluently., but. she
says, ungrammatically. She writes
her Soamsh magazine copy her
self, occasionally relying on the
services of a translater to polish it
Hindi, in her get-ucand-ro New
Yorker smrit. sees her Cotal to
the presses on the first day of
each month, regardless and in
spie of. She honors her deadline
relisioi'sly. a detail which is some
what disregarded in these parts.
Her office i her bedroom In the
Diamond's Bella Vista home, but,
she comments wryly, it is over-
flow'Tic. 7-. : i
; "I lono to v m own "(
soon says Hindi. "One wkr
tht kids can' borrow the stapler
anl oaaor clips."
Hini first came to the Isthmus
with her oarents.-'Mr. and .2 Mrs
Raul AHnian whn still llv In Vn
nama Cvy and herH?tfT t Sukl
now of : Pf incon.1 N.J, She re
turne'' n New Vork C!v to attend
Citv Collpfe and was about to ac
cent a iob a traveling eofas.
po"dent's aide when her mofhpr
oh'ffcte'' tre"'"""'1v. A no'it w""
nneumonia also intervened, and
TTnfii returned to Pxnam;'. i
While working at Quarry Heights
she met a yoiinc man namH
Walter Diamond who interested
h alwaV ha'' roes of the N?w
yor tamoirt fm. vm wp'h? it
er thev were mtrrierf on TWanlr
pivmg dv, M -pert nth.' w!'l
mark their fifteenth wedding tnni
Hi"dy could ma'ch any mother
on the Isthmus or title of
Youngest T ookin" Mothe of
Teenacfr". Fn'1 eldest., Trirfa
reafchl her fourteenth birthday
lust this we0"'. She is taller than
her mother. Hindi claims that she
the mother, ge's the hand me
down Hfnrspj. behind her is St
vie. 12. The baby, two-var old
Ma'k, romnletes te family, roster
The nam of Hindi and Walt
I f If 'I "'I' Y SX I ' 111 ''"''i m""" 1
Each day's supply of socks and pnderranncnb oea Into In Individual
dividual Individual plastic bas, held by a cheerful elown cutout.
MBS. HINDI DIAMOND
or Diamond have long bn pro prominent
minent prominent in connection with the
Hindi was instrumental fn orga
nizing the group, and has been
outstanding in varied characteri
zations in its productions. Her
husband' wrote and produced
"Pretty Lady", the only musical
to be presented by the Guild.
Local critics lauded the spaAlins
performance by the pair of Dia Diamonds
monds Diamonds in the Guild's latest pro
duction, "Diary of Anne Frank",
which closed last' evening after a
successful -six-day run.Mmdi s. fa favorite
vorite favorite role, however, was the com-
Son Stevie also has heeded (the
call of greasepaint and footlights.
Fondly referred to by his mother
as "the biggest ham of all!', Ste Stevie
vie Stevie played a roje In "Seven' Year
Itch?' -:: v
For four weeks, every, eviening,
the Diamonds attened rehearsal.
"The children hava.baon real really
ly really wonderful," Hindi said, "Each
night before wt leava for a per performance,
formance, performance, thsy wish vs luck.
, Linda, paid her a High COinpli COinpli-ment
ment COinpli-ment by offering the loan of her
favorite ear rings, ; ... .-;
Hindi's association with the
trade journal has involved consider
able travel, which she thinks is
Jine except for the necessity of
leaving the children.
I worry about them if I go
away for a weekend," she remarks
She did, however, make an ex
tensive trip through Mexico and
Guatemala under the auspices of
the Travel Agents Association,
and she plans another trip to Chile
' She is hoping that husband
Walt will bo able to accompany
bar. Ha shares htr interests in
the mws fiald, and is himself
a "stringer" for NBC tolovis on.
Business-wise, h is tht manag manager
er manager for the Walter Ltvonel Agtn Agtn-ty
ty Agtn-ty In Panama City.
Hindi displays the motto "Unit "Uniting
ing "Uniting the Americas Through Tour Tourism"
ism" Tourism" in her magazine. She feels
both pride and responsibility in
being able to promote a medium
where all of the Latin American
countries can be represented.
And if representatives of these
countries are cognizant of the op opportunity
portunity opportunity to boost, both their own
area and friendship boween na nations,
tions, nations, ,they will quite likely find
that a Diamond is their best
Even WithoutThe Hoop, Gal
Reporter Can't Learn Hula
Practical narents can nick tin
nlaythings for tots at parties.
Here's something to keen in mind
for a birthday narty or New Year's
the nnispmalrprc maVo pnnrf rnt-
'es for bahv. And n'"" youngsters
rire the nnp that twirl nn a nan
die to add clamor to their games.
Many women shamnoo their hair
In' the bathroom lavafort. As a
result drains often cio To curb
this, place a small ball of steel
wool over th rtrain on:ng to
catch stray hairs and keen the
pipes clear. ; ; t
Laundering eye(?lssps is h
bo wijv to ken tom.'snArVn'j
p'ean for looks A vpt vto'nn.
you may use a .sot bnifH to (Scrub
our ninge. n nec0raiive ..carv.
in" or motal-work.'
A bored and ussv baHv often
w"' he intrigued b" watc'ilnn hfrn-
teV In a mirror, whon bany has
to be low. rrv mrf"? a mirror
near .the nlvnen a"'1 wh
hannens. ; However, don't denend
on, It aa a anhst'ttit r,"fu or
other lemben of the family.
Tnaf. oM bathtub ring is discon discon-certin
certin discon-certin to t'd" hnupw',ve. A "t"
e oWrner helps cut rinit pba
sihilltieir and so doe n" or wrtf
tPAsnoona nf detergent cleanser
put in the bath water.
I Bathbubs apruhbed. Immpdiatelv
ftr. n jairiom. renuire vigor m
rmnv'n t,he. MUate r'n.. But
afte'' ,it, has MnA, a housewife
needs; to rub har i fn get rid of it
o ee such scrubbing, run
bar of soap around the tub before
tne nam. -
By OAY PAULEY
HONOLULU, (UP!) Anyone
can iearn the hula. That's what
dancing teacher Lila Guerrero
said before I became her pupil.
After a couple of pours instruct
ing a girl who has trouble even
with the fox trot, she conceded
that the hula and I were perma
nently out of step.
"Maybe,"' she said, "tho bast
hula dancers do train right
Miss Guerrero, who' has been
dancing the hula since she was
five, gives lessons to Hawaiian
children and on occasion teaches
its swing and sway to curious
tourists like me. I took my les
sons in private if .I'm going to
ma a tool of myself, i don't i
want an audience.
Mastering the hula s basic step
Isn't too hard. It's a one, two,
three and tap with the ball of the
foot, called the Ku wa wae in
Hawaiian, meaning feet in mo
tion. '' r :
v'Watalj- your hands.' said M s
Gutrroro,'- early In tno course,
"tot 'others watch the hips."
: in tne true hula, the 'motions
of the hands are- most imnortrnt:
the -hands tell the story. The feet
and hioi just keep the rhythm,
I watched my hands and imme immediately,
diately, immediately, ran- into-trouble with
bare feet the hula always la danc
ed barefoot. Mostly tripping over
tnem, because tne nuia means
movement of all parts of the body.
I had to remember that the knees
should be bent slightly, my wrists
relaxed, my hips doing the "ami"
rotating,, and .my elbows in to toward
ward toward the. body and not jutting in into
to into the air like Diamond Head injo
the Pacific,; ; ,
Miss Guerrero patiently iteered
my awkward, way through the in intricacies
tricacies intricacies of the kick step, -or !'uwe !'uwe-hi"
hi" !'uwe-hi" the. turn step, "kalakaua"!
and tried to show -how; motion of
the hands and arm's symbolized
the rolling sea, the arc of 'be
rainbbw,or the gathering of jQow-
: Sh4 lost mo In tha hand-mak
Ingtraindroot. dtpartmant; In this
, motion, the f ingers, stretched
abovt the head, perform a shim shimmy.
my. shimmy. And, I failed, the "around
the island" movement complete completely.
ly. completely. This sets the whole body, rotat
ing, and I just ain't a Dorothy La
Miss Guerrero, 35, a native of
Honolulu, is married to Frank
Reiplinger, a Chicagoan working
as a i-tern ai me snipping rermi
nais. iney nave two children, a
girl of 7, and a boy of 8, both
"already accomplished hula danc-'
ers," their mother said. Miss
Guerrero has been a featured
dancer in several mainland" night
spots and in addition to teaching,
also performs at ship vclcoming
She explained that to most
tourists, thr hula is mvhng more
than a v.y dance But sctnaiiy
it is based on ancient religious ritual.
Getting a small child off to
school on time puts a mqther on
her mettle. At any point, the tight tightly
ly tightly timed events may break down.
Clothes drawers stick; the fate fateful
ful fateful decision of what to wear, can't
be resolved; the socks that fit and
stay up are in the laundry it's
a daily dilemma.
I've tried several procedures and
most recently am having the best
success with a prepacking arrange
ment whereby all the undergar undergarments
ments undergarments for each day are grouped
together in plastic bags as they
come from the laundry.
Fewer irritations result,, too,
when undergarments are checked
periodially to make sure they still
fit and are comfortable.
Too-tight socks, for example, are
listed by the National Foot Health
Council as a leading cause of foot
defects. Properly fitted socks, one-
half inch longer than the longest
toe, of a medium weight mer mercerized
cerized mercerized cotton are. recommended
by the council as satisfactory for
foot health and comfort.
When I checked bur 'children's
socks I found three pair too short,
and this, in turn, is sometimes
the reason children snehd a ore-
cious 10 minutes hunting for those
that do feel more comfortable.
Check undershirts and shorts,
too. It's worthwhile to replace any
that are too snug or too skimpy.
Mercerized cotton is also used for
knitted togs that fit properly with,
out binding or stretching out of
When you've supplied a child
with undergarments that fit, group
ing them together by the day often
speeds dressing time, particular
ly with the youngster who likes to
be guided in what to wear to
You can group these garments
in ones, in bags, In partitioned
Or, if you want, to, make a more
dramatic impact, make a eav. Ev
eryday Clown fib hold the clothes
as did a friend of mine.
Here s how: cover a sheet of
heavy cardboard. 18 by 30 inches
with strioed. adhesive backed
plastic. Make face of pink con
struction paper glued to cardboard
with painted features beaming
from beneath a triangular card
board can striped with colored.
Two sizes of plastic bags are
used; six large ones (7 by 9 inches)
for underwar, leotards. T-shirts
and slips or petticoats, and the six
small ones, 4 by 4 inches, for
Each bag is reinforced around
the edge with a strip of cardboard
and plastic tape.
Large bags are printed with the
days of the week exludine Sun
day, when special dress-up clothes
are usually worn.
lo attach them securely m place-
use sturdy paper fasteners and
mount them on the clown in a
, The clown and his cargo hang
on cup hooks inside a closet door.
Rulk WitLt SaV,
There's a boom in antiques these
days that the dealers themselves
find hard to explain.
Perhaps it means that many A
mericans have lived with-stream-lined
modern furniture and deco
rations, long enough to have found
them a little cold and hard to love.
Possibly by adding an oldmir oldmir-ror
ror oldmir-ror here, a satin glass bowl there,
the graceful lines of an old love
seat or a pair of old andirons a
modern house with its functional
furniture and up-to-the-minute con
vpnipnree miv cram warmth anrl
charm and the look that modcn
decor so often lacks. i
But whatever the reason for the
revived interest in the fine (Crafts
manship of the past, it is all to
the good. It's important for the
o'd thugs to find new homes, for
their beauty to be restored and
again cherished and enjoyed.;
The craze for purely funcitonal
furniture swept the country' be because
cause because there was a real need to
make family life easier and more
informal. But we went a little over overboard
board overboard for modern efficiency and
our houses too often looked more
like display rooms in furniture
sWes than like homes.
This new appreciation for anti antiques
ques antiques wiirhelp to change that de deficiency,
ficiency, deficiency, 'jjj
For with the new and func functional
tional functional for comfort and the old "Jor
beauty and a feeling for the past,
our houses can combine the Jld
and the new in a way that will
make them much more indivi individualistic.
dualistic. individualistic. '.
And think of all the fun wonien
are having hunting through anti antique
que antique shops, going to auctions,
searching in attics, arid diggig
through dusty second hand stojpes
in search of beauty left over frtira
the past especially when they ejs ejs-cover
cover ejs-cover it hidden by a dozen'oats
of paint or a blanket of dust jnd
grime. '' ;
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MILES f jfl
1 0 20 J fr
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' QUEMOY YV
, , QUEMOY i
SIZING IT UP -Comparison
map above gives a "good idea
, of, the sizeLof Quemoy, current
focal point of the East-West
hot-and-cod war struggle. The
Nationalist Chinese island is
compared with Santa Catalina,
Calif., 75 square miles in area,
and Long- Island, JJ.Ya. 1,400
square mllesv h-
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Returning from Los Angele ,v. $270.00
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BUSINESS HELP TO PROMOTE ART: In Bennstt studio-workshop Panamanians and Zonians
package Christmas cards for benefit of the" Museum, &S. Mrs. Harold J. Rosen takes them from
grying line. Philip L. Dade, Walter Madufo.&d?iM, Capt. rhard I4nden,
Ingvar Bokn. 1
ii I. mi
ADTioiiPD ivDonvr miTicinvfi T1 rrv .. fWlnhpr f (leftY Mm
Irvin Bennett, ; committee chairman Mrs. Boser, Oduber and
Architect Demetrio Toral aid in nal choice of their designs.
1 JSU- "VcXl VtC
fe. I 'I'll
Museum Cards Will
Send RP Christmas
Around The World,
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MISLEADING ADVERT ISINU- jror sie- anarawa- wgus greeiw suriKueu. imyua
opening atty vt iuc mgir icpow u noajruciu, wumu wcwiu, vu. u uwU
quickly Unnned by tb priocipal, who shooed them inside for their classes. AnSbitiou
. pranksters bad ortowed" th signs from houses in the neighborhood. ."
MADONNA'S ROBE IS COLORED under supervision of artists:; Neville fcarte, Artists Demetrio
Toral and Gulllermo Trujlllo, Elena BenedettI, Mrs, Walter' .Madura, Arilla Kourany, Thelma
H. Bull, Georgia Thomassin.
i J !w"'w" S GORDON SCOTT a TARZAN I
"II I 0 1$ EVE BRENT MKE 1CHLE SOREHSEM JIL MBttTR
' : V:-L THOMAS HALPHILUPS
5 -hw? ir. Jr edgar met burroughs
k 7 J Jl BRUCE HUMBERSTONE
J 1$ (faP A SOL LESSER PRODUCTION
HOT f' c A '7;03
i ; JaM'MIi, ,il)iJS&L kjCt ' 075 -40
Svprv evenintf for the oast two
weeks" more than a dozen men
and women of Panama nd tne
Tanal Knne have out in lone hours
on a unique non-profit project.
Around two large UDies in me
Juan Franco studio-workshop of
Mrsilrvin' Bennett, professional
and amteur artists, businessmen
and housewives, with an interest
id some phase of sit;' have paint-
orf fnlriurt i.nfj nnpkappfi the first
truly Panamanian Chris t,m a,s
Ji! V.. .....t. tV HOI-AC
have been designed by four prom prominent
inent prominent Panamanian artists and
printed id Panama.
The greeuiig caras wun ineraes
Varying from humorous to religious
tn lnpjil r-iiTnr. :tn suit the taste of
prospective purchasers, are being
sold tor tne Denent 01 ine iauou-
al Museum of Panama by the Mu Museum's
seum's Museum's recently organized Socie Society.
The entire preceeds, after pa paper
per paper and printing are pa d for,
-Hvill be added to the fund ter
tne renovation and expansion of
The artists are contributing the
designs, the others their time and
the shops where the cards will be
sold are giving their am as a com
The project is tne; iirsi enorr, 01
the society towara me iuna w aiu
the Museum ill the more effective
display of the treasures in wnicn
Pnnama 18 fin rfrh.
Several naira nf husbands and
uiivoi' ara inellldpil in the team of
workers who under the supervi
sion of the professional artists re
hand-painting the cards. They are
ti.nxlrirKt lnno hnnr in 111 fiffoil to
T. XV.iJ & j "
place the cards on sale in ample
time for mailing to other coun countries,
tries, countries, and for the printing of
names, where that is desired. -Many
of the cards are artists
originals, colored by tne designers
Heeded by Mr. Bennett, the
committee includes: Mrs. and
Mrs. riro Oduber. Architect De
metrio Toral and Guillerme Tru-
illo, the artist; Mr. Harold J.
Rosen, butints manager; weir
t Madura, butinasi consultants
and Mrs. Richard Eisenmann,
Alan Mr. Havdee Suescum and
LMrs. Elena Benedetti et tne n-
nama Doctors' Wives Club', Mrs. Mrs.-Mary
Mary Mrs.-Mary Linden, Daisy Tettenburn;
Mrs. and Mrs. Ingvar Bokn; Ne
ville Harte and Mrs. Harterpres
ident of the Canal Zone Archaeo
logical Society; Mrs. Maduro, Mrs.
Arilla Kourany; Thelma H. Bull;
Ceune Maica, ueorgia inomassin,
commiltee co-chairman; Richard
Eiseamann, Society president: Phh
lip Dade, treasurer; Mrs. Ralph
Lindo, Mrs. Henry ridanque, ms ms-rita
rita ms-rita Mai-Macd. Otis Imboden. Mrs.
Rosario Brid, Mr. and Mrs. Al Albert
bert Albert Turner,. Mrs. Manuel Diar,
Mrs. Ligia de Malioi and mh(.
Cards are on sale at Felix B.
Maduro, both Central Avenue and
Tivoli Avenue shops; Madgrito; A'
merican Bazaar, main store only;
George F. Novey, Inc.; Babylan-
Holla Vista otiAn- anrl Artp
um, .w.w i" 1
y Decoracidn, Via Espana near
El Panama Hilton.
Graciela Arango, owner and
director of Arte y Decerscion,
where original works of Mr.
and Mr. Oduber and Truille
ere exhibited, In offering to
help in the sale of the greeting
cards, said that she would be
proud to display whet she con considers
siders considers "outstanding work by out'
standing Panamanian artists,
and to have the'; privilege ef
participating 'n such e commu community
nity community service.". N I ;
In addition, the cards will.be
sold at the new Museum Shop; on
the first floor f of the Museum,
nnrner nf Avpnlda Cuba and 30th
Street, opposite Centro Medico. It
will be attended every oay i ex except
cept except Monday, from 10:15 a.m. to
12:15 p.m by bilingual committee
members, who also will answer
induiries at the Museum tele telephone,
phone, telephone, 3-3106..V v.'
All speclal ind Quantity orders
will be handled at the .Museum
Shop or .by Mrs Bennett, 1-1344
or Mrs. Rmsen, 3-7173.
soon ut card s laiso wu
be avauabie in toou ut t. u. ma
duro., '. :
Prira wilt hp from in to 2S
cents each, with discounts' vary varying
ing varying from if) percent on orders of
$10 to 25 percent on larger quanti quantities...
ties... quantities... They will be1 packaged in u-
mts oi i. ,
VISAS WAIVED FOR SCOUTS
MANILA- (UFI): President tar
Ins P fiawia haa waived via
fees and visa req.uierements of
nvprspaa riplpntinnx An the 'Itlth
Boy Scout World Jamboree to be
held south of Manila next year,
it -was jeported yesterday. Jorge
vargas, president or tne uoy
sramt nr in h-ninnmnps. aain uar
rli hiH aiithnritaA tha iiaa nf
atwpial inrlpntifif ation rarnx n
place of passports. Sixty- nine
countries are expeciea 10 aenu ue ue-legations
legations ue-legations to the jamboree.
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. fair game for
In this maze. One
of f lve projectiles
tired f from the :
lower left hand
corner loops the ,';
luna i visage..
la for you to find
No fair starts,
tng at the moon
and v working
backwards, of .;:
course. The pro'
jectile takes off
at bottom .left',
and circles the
moon a( top right.
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WHAT is the
t w eena .man
taking an oath J
3f office am, a
suit of oast-oft ;
clothes? . "S vf
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77" ANYB ODY'S BALL GAME!.
v center of the simulated playing field.
The 36 cards now laid out represent the
' two teams (18 reds and 18 blacks) which,
:. are controlled, by the two players. These
' cards are' shuffled well, stacked and placed
face down between the two players who
"T'HERK'S one .ball game that pan be
ly played any time of the year, anywhere, v
It's, a game for, two players, Utilizing a
deck of cards.' ; i ''t
. First, take from the deck, the ace, two,
three, four, five, six and seven of clubs
and hearts, the two of diamonds and the
two of spades. .Place, them as you see, turn it face up. If it is a red card the
them in the UlustraUon below, Then turn ? 'vball Is moved by' the captain of the red
over all the cards except, the .goal, cards, team one space nearer the black goal. If
the- two .of. diamonds and the two of a black card is turned, the ball i moved,
.spades. 1 "'' -'i I by the captain of the .black team one
.space nearer uie re a goal, xnis aiiernne,:
alternately take a card from the, top and
tag from -a pair
i tiprm 'Which
i serve aa key.
wbrds of the dia dia-"
" dia-" grams at riglit.
You are asked to
' Jo begin, copy
each ef the let let-trs
trs let-trs now showing
, in the blank
spaces directly di di-rectly
rectly di-rectly below
- them. That Is to
jjjwy, at top, tat
, Sett t R? In- Hhe
f Ipw it, A in the
vNaxt atep Is to
try to v complete v
words by guess guess-tag
tag guess-tag at missing
letters la the low-
:r A- B x
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xne "oau a Dutton, u piaceq in ma
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a -; Ki fra Rfti im.-Rn Frl' s
?.gtf;y:;w,r Your. Ste
ter. are miss-' jnl IaI. Iftl Ivl R ST8 select ne$. . ; I
M boo8, 6 interest to- home
craftsman, hobbyish and colleo--ten.
.Selected by Clark Kinnairi.
- Accent on Youth, hy C W, An- j
derson jHarperi 5), Wew port- ;
folios' of full-color reproductions'
of C W. Anderspn's portraits of
horses are welcome annual events
to admirers pf equines, .The 1958
jtdition, In which ten large pas
tela reproduced on mat-board ac
rpWO friends, James and John, are stand
1 ing at the bottota :of a stairway hav- r
ing ten steps. 'James wagers that .he oan
walk up and down, stepping on the bot bot-'
' bot-' torn landing as well as on the top land- -ing
twice, and on each of the steps twice, ',
' but only' twice, and end up on the top
landing in twenty-four steps, 4 '"
Draw a diagram of ten steps and see if
you can figure out how he does it. t
' J 'epH9iJ JnOif no
izsna efin a,ii pm tio ijouj9W '!)
should have a. special appeal to
the horse fanciers of the younger
ages, for., the subjects of, the
paintings are foals, yearlings and-'
two-year-olds t the scions of arts-- 1
tocrats both of s show rings and
running tracks; S ""j
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A, O'Brien' of the Queen's Uni University,
versity, University, Belfast (Dover Jublica
tlons: 2y, has new orthography
In good clear typography. Dover
offers with it a let of three ten ten-1
1 ten-1 inch instructive recordings.
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Missing leiiers or ey woras wui runcxion in u Home AqlwrJulMi by Helen glm.
blanks of Xespective vertical rows.' katis (Lippincott, 254 pages: S6),
AS ft further clue, we'll tell you that both key lg a comprehensive guide to en en-words
words en-words are ftssociatad primarily fwltH the kitchen, joymgnt of an extension of what
How quickly, can you determine what they are 7- ratefl now aa mtd t p
i It tracing paper Is handy,, make this test a race ular hom6 hobby m th, United
agains. iurie; wen lei someone eist iry. ,, states: raisinir or keDin? exotic
fresh iwater tropical fish.
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turning over of the top card continues
Until the ball is driven through a goal,
that Is, landed on .the. two of spades or
the two of diamonds. '. y",
When red scorei a goal, the card of
the red row nearest red's own goal is
turned face tip to show that one goal has
been scored. Black acts in a similar way.
The two rows of seven cards act as a
scoring board. ",'
After each goal the bal) is returned to
the center and the winner picks up the
38 team cards, shuffles them and allows
his opponent first turn. ; The one who is
first to scare seven goals or who first
turns face up his seven scoring cards is
the winner of the game.
nrHOSB who have; served on -f
Juries and those familiar wtth v
, the due processes ot law can
' readily appreciate' the weighty
; responsibility of evaluating in-
, criminating, evidence. v .. ,.t
't Let's consider exhibit A the
photograph at right. '.'..
; v Buster Locke, a.-veteran, who'
came back- from overseas minus i i-.
. i-. his left arm, Is accused of bank
" At the trial,' witnesses tell how
4 a lone, one-armed bandit, com com-Emitted,
Emitted, com-Emitted, the crimes A local earn-
-era-Bilg, able to duck beneath
. table near the1 bank's entrance,
took this snapshot of the, wall op-
- posite. A mirror upon that wall
revealed the hold-up man in
The' photowas shown to ,the
Jury. The Prosecutor made a
C point of (the fact it showed the v
bandit had but one arm. Pat-
ently satisHed, he rested his case.f
calling upon the Jury for a ver ?
v diet of "Guilty." ' J
.' Suppose you had been a mem-
ber of the Jury. In the interests
o Justice, what should your ver verdict
dict verdict have been?, wi J
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jisq am uo uu m jou
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EDLLDW the 'elues given and
f determine what.' digits are'
.'' represented' by the letters, W, X,
' Y, Z, hi this long division. '' 1
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; .. 1-. r
w x ) iwxiwx
x 8 r
3 777y r -7777 7777
. VTX ; 5
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.That's a zero you see, hot a.
letter O, an important clue, f
' oiax ok)
ejin .(sajS uO uu q papiAip buo;
aju oa) uo eaiu g&j, :uul)al0H
J7. C, Eauman
T ET'S suppose
one picture to
, words,. Add 60
voordsi stated, be be-.low,
.low, be-.low, and you have
v a lOfiSO-word de description
scription description of the
"thing" at left:'
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iAW'YoH a Match for a Brick Wall?
'1 A." T7
miHS flnin A
' represents ft
section ot A brick
wall. ,K you try
to redraw 11; In"
o tt e continuous
stroke of your pencil without going over the same
line twice you will discover that It. cannot be done.
.r The figure does not appear hard to- copy. -Try It
and see how much of It yon pan redraw in one con continuous
tinuous continuous line- and; without lifting your pencil from.
, the paper, After you have gone as far as seems
possible, see how many extra lues it twill be neces necessary
sary necessary for yo'u to draw in order to complete the figure,
i fgUfeS'-B and C required, five extra lines each,
as shown bv the dotted lines. w
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CARRIED AWAY WITH HIMSELF1
r4 H ii
"4 V j
, Remember, you are to try to
draw figure A In one continuous.
line.f Falling this, draw- it with
This device was featured in an
ad last Christmas. "s The ... ad de-
scribed it as "made in France
more than half a century ago .
In 'v good condition, although Its'
clockwork-motivated chart cylin cylinder
der cylinder may require some attention
. r made of brass,. 2A taches tall,
on' a steel base that measures
94 by 14 Inches."
Here's the thing what is it?
-o,UB3. ...Mbu'uee e.msqi2 ol To find out what's missing from the scene, draw
2 . 5Ekt
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SNOOZEIt pie Pup, above, aeema carried away by
something he sees. But he may regret his part
in the episode later.
, 'How many extra lines .wills you Tequire In order as few extra"lines as you pos
to redraw the figure A to(Jie' manner described? sibly can, . T
. pspjeaaj -Maod itid ui3a!Su
! joj iulvjqiA BJinaiuj Supnesaui
: pus 8ui3)sp xoi psn. ueaq am O)
connecting lines from dot 1 to dot 2 to dot 3, etc.
until the numbers run out
Where two numbers are beside one dot, use the
dot for both. Afterward, add colors.
' Boating Problem
FOUR men can build our boats
;ln four days." "How long will
It take one man to build .one
boat? Answer-quickly 1 day, 14
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jnoj iiBiu uo tsi(J
80LVB1 this wits tester, pro
ceed as in a crossword put-
ele, using numbers instead cf :
letters for the answers. Insert a
emglq digit in each sqdare. The
'trick is to get answers that wili l
function across and down.
1. The geophysical year. '' .-'
5. Eighteen quarters and how
many nickels make $5.80?
, 6. Which number represents ;
the greatest distance: 8 yds., 27
ft.; 62 in.?
8. Sakes. aiivet Here eomes
"1, 9. A yoke of oxen.- ?
10. What number multiplied
by one-half of itself equals 12
11. An even dozen.1 ;
13. Trick: one-third of
TWELVE, four-fifths of SEVEN.
. 14. If she xfibbed in 1940 that
. her age was 20, when it. was 24,
how old Is she now?
15. A difficult decision: A shirt
that is r- dirty wear and
w clean have washed. ..
1. L Q. of an 8-year-old ehild.
. whose mental age is 10 years.
2. Age of Methuselah four
years before death.
3. As FBI chief, Hoover has
, served how many presidents?
'' if Wrong things in fishing:
She .used the wrong b talked
- -loud, reeled in soon,
and caught more fish than he did.
7n The human body is supposed
to: renew itself completely, every
r il. Crack code: U W M tt
"secret key is "dumbwaiter."
12. The best way watch a 1
fight is - tell your neighbors
keep their blinds up.'
' '13. Blue ribbon winner.
C 1 16. A kind of day that means
"at the present time."
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If I've cheated one,
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f '. -' HORIZONTAL
1 The 15th book of the
. 5 Father of Methuselah (Gen.
10-Applaud with handsl
.14 Genuine. k '
15 Small bird. t l
62 Grasslike herb. t
63 This book had how
. seals? (Rev. 5:1)
64 Frees. ' f
85 Feminine name. .. s
66 Dropsy. .
U7 Sauce (DlsL var.)
lUnits of work.
2 One of David's
42 One of the men. slain by the
, ;. Jews in Shushan, the palace
.44-Wild talkers. J i
47 Slsck. J"-
49 Correlative of those.
50 .Town in Tuscany.
; 51 Greater quantity,
f 52 Adjoin. :
53 i-Catalog a
54 Floral stalk.
55 Assam silkworm.
56 Goals. v
57 Promontory, t"'
60 et vale.
' (V MAGICIANS can make bunnies
i disappear presto! You can
' do the same with any number
figures which seem to be present
in the black, and white diagram
above. Simply add eight magic
colors. .'i ,jjf?jf ';r,'S
"' : wherever yoii see B, insert the ,-color
color ,-color Blue; G, Green; R, Red; Y,
, Tellow; O, Orange; V, Violet; Br, Br,-Brown;
Brown; Br,-Brown; P, Pink. If you do not
have pink, use red lightly. ''
. You may then wish to cut the
picture into seven or eight seg-
. menu and use it for ft- Jigsawi ;
16 Claudius commanded all Jews v
V to depart, from this city (Act S Fence part
.L8'2)' '. 4 4-Changed. )
17 Fine gravel. 5 Oust 1
-18 Inappropriate. ; 11 Ogs bedstead was this ntany
19 River ln,England. cubiu In length (Deut 3:11)
20 Stillness. v 7 MeUUiferous rock.
22 Stephen saw them opened 8 Jesus changed Simon's name
(Acts 7.56) - in lhi i.Tnhn V42)
f 24 Decays v 1 9 Inn.
' 25 Cut in two. 1 : i ? 10 Earnest desirers.
26 Invigorate. ,-' i" 11 Ardent affection, ' -1
29 Possesses, t 12 The god Amen. -'tv""
30-City in France. f '13 Writing implements. 1 t
34 Among. 1 u 21 This tune. ,
. 35 Hawaiian food. ; 23 Profit ' 1
' 36 Jael killed him with a nail 25 Biblical city (Gen. 12:8) t
r (juag. y ze speed contests.
37--Variety of leliuce. y ; 27 Overact
3 Old maxim. '.' ' 28 Month In which the casting of
es -r 1 f .1 38 Old maxim... 1 '.' 28 Month In which the casting
an V 1 Wie KUIIHIUJP Ullt 39-f Month of the Canaanite calen. pUr was started (Esth.3.7)
of , . d dar. '- i "i 29 In what manner. ;
-I a inn rv knur b-1 mm for -t 40 Rodent 31 Dormouse. , -nt
A VUlA. hour glass runs ror 1 41Public warhouses. 32 Cancel.
half an hour and 1 minute
and then is turned. It then .runs
for two minutes and is turned,
then for ; three minutes and isf
turned; and so on, each period of
running ; being increased by 1
minute, j j After what "length of
time from commencement of run-,
nlng will it run out? ..
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43 Advance guard..
v 44 Bright
45 Spanish gentleman.'
'.. 47 Newer. J
4fl Scolds. t
50 River in Poland,
51 The 39th book of
54 Smmei had this many sons XI
. Chr 4 27) ..
50-rDeath notice (abbr.)
61 Sea eagle.
i 35 Dance step. :
1 36 SoL '
' 38 Block of glacier ice.
F1GURE IT OUT
' YHAT number mulbplled by
; VV ons-fifth of lUelf will pro-;
1 duce flvS? :.j You should answer
' In 30 seconds.') -i ,"
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WHITE and Black have equal
. forces, but White's strategy :
la auperimv White, moving up
the board, moves first and man manages
ages manages to best his opponent in five
turns.,. Do you see how? 1
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CltUSWOttU PUZZLE DUKUTIOV
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THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
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1 SUNDAY, NOVE5IBER 13SJ
TERSf AND THC FIXATES
By GEORGE WUNDER ITHE 8T0KY OF MARTHA WAYNI
Everything He Wants
Ey WILSON SCEUGG.
AACiuufUff e If arcc raC wci? tit
SAE'S GOT OASS LOOKS
Strang e Boy
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2, M58
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I KNOW, MAJOR LEE-ANlA EE TO fSWl S
EMBAKKASSEP, TOO... ET HAVE
jrv "TEr j to skins' a
B-awi 1 1
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HOW ABOUT VLL yTS.TACKLED ME JUST A WWUTE ; COACH?( I DOW1! KNOW.
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rKEOIJU AND BIS I WENDS
Ne Sooner laid
f MEEEDUL BLOSSEE
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W TMOSE- PLAYS-
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third, filling Vq-',
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moment of th 1958 )
TRY TME QOOO-MUSIC
STATION! ITS PUAYIMG
you d .think i
That'i My Boy
Cy T. T- HAMLIN
VOU THINK t D BEST YEH YCWsl'T RUN
C3U BALX ANU pACE AWAV FOREVER
THE MUSIC ABOUT AN' BESIDES,
WHAT I ACOOBsmy I'LL 8E RIGHT
PlD TO THE 6RANP, V THERE WITH
- YOU -, 1
WELLTHANKS, MAYBE MV
BUT I DON'T INFLUENCE
THINK VOLSR I AINT SO
ENOUGH TO W
:&&J WELL, HEAR! HEAR!
r,.BUTJVE NOW YOU'RE TALKING
aOT A PRETTY LIKE THE ALLEY OOP
eOOPRlQHT AUI5ED TO KNOW.'
S ( YES S)(P COME ON
I YEH? ) 1515 60 BACK
A j7 AND KICK THIS
;s-ifTHING RI(jHT IN V
J imiiin.ri m u,
. BOOTS AND BEE BUDDIES
Bf EDGAE MAETIN
mow VE wm
J FINISHEP JUST IN )
TIME! HERE GOMES Y
PETUNIA,.. NOW SHE V?
ifc- tVV a slow wcwk:Ee,BUfiS! 1'-,':r 't..
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' tttL -lVV0U't BE FINISHEP 1 i
By LESLIE TURNEB
'(ttet&sHti True Life Adventures
-1! MOOSE VARDS A.T?e A.'KEAS THATl -II
HAVE BEEN PEU8EKATEUV TRAMPVJEP M V
THE PEET 6KtCNs A. HERP "OP MOOSlS.V
the hard surface fov7es wrm rxrs&
5 Oi WHICH TO PXSHT -f-J,WOUVTt.
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'THAtfSWHy POLICE PORT THNK HE
I CPr TUI RV MIP. aiELINEi
STILL NO TRfkiu. no. ni4 satH thriaiijal
new,bh put WAS ALERTEP PRQMPrLYl
HB ONLY HhV
A FEW MINUTES
HEAP fi'AKr WITH j
RUT WITH TH6Y THIMK HE'
TH HlfiHWAV NEMM AMP
PATKO. VP I ARE COMpINGI AYS
FW& 5TATE BW0U5 fOZ AMWN61
LOOKIW FOR I WHO ANeHTTE SEEN
HISCAKiWHY f-r THEWI
OIy ID CALL 0 EARL 4UH.
WWHH.E EA5y CL HOW CfcN I HEACH VOUK. 50NJ
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HOME WIST OF
By DICK GAYALM
FRANKS f VtSUNOWW..U
BOVCj DRIVE THIS A
I GENTLEMAN NEW
A CAR OVER HERE,
bm"Wi : v
AuSO,tT MAXES A CONVENIENT- FT-ACE FOR TEEPISkS
ON THE BARK OP TREES WITHIN THE ZOMFXJNP.
OCEANS OF LOVE Awaiting wedding-tells in Syracuse.
' Sicily, Miss Paohna Puzzo admires Swedish seaman, Aake
.1 Wiking while he admires bottle that brought Uhem tpgether,- , '..
Three year ago Wiking threw the bottle overboard with pro-;
bosal of marriage to the finder inside. Paolina found it. ".s-;'"-
IMi t MA tMWi fttpVK.
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OVA BOARDING HOUSE
vitk . MAJOE HOOPLI OUT OUR WAY
;,,BY J. Ri WILLIAMS
ISREETI NGS, FOSTER PULL UPA CHAIR. AND
IHfe OOtUUS. CELEBRATION IN HONOR OF THE
NEAT KULIN6 I JUST MADE IN A RLUP TuiP
OIL STOCK IN MY YOUTH, VOL) WOVl.I TOYED
PfiG A VJUII XI UllTU TUt TJm 1t.LJT" rte OEMliin-'
wul -siKfefci THAN, BUT DISCARDED IT
HUNTING, DIPLOMACY AND TK6
. ACTC. UAIt'-lt'APC
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' iTHE NIGHT
5 ( 8W, THAT'S V CHAMPASME
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r, dinnen off our parents, we only had two Md, not tiXl'
Phtnpt Uf It fUled with bruise,
BpJitr Wodd leave his hone Kke new-
. A. Classifieds, lost the rirhl elW
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3.30 IBM Pro Football, 1,1 7 30 EK-hlltz PlayhouM .' .- .!
' Chmmplniuhlp 8 00 Ed Sullivan 1 ;
' 4-0 Spike Jonet r .' 00 Victory at Se' 1
, 4 80 Noah's Ark ; J 30 'it Could Be You
5 00 Ina Ra Hutton ', '' ', 10 00. 1 Star Pwformanct -8
30, Faith for Torlay 10'30 Into Th Night i
.w lnnuniry on faraavi-,ii'.M,.';"i.:'H:iw tin nita.
, IS CFN NEWS '. ll
6:30 You Are.; There
11 as' Enror! Thin Mm and ''
( Inner sanctum. . .1,1,
Courtesy of Aerovlas Panama Airways
PHONES: PANAMA: 3-10573-1 6983-1 699
OFFICE HOURS: from 8, tun-to 6 p.m.
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PANAMA, R. r; 8UNDAI, NOVEMBER Z, 1951
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: YE CODS, IT'S ALIVE! The Isthmian Aqua lum Society contributed their share to make
the event a success.; They donated several hundred tropical fish, some fit which were flown to
the Canal Zone. .. 'J X
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WE'RE ON THE" AIR! Mrs. Rose Casey, chair nan of the Teen Fair' Committee,' along with
her son Richard, go over the schedule of even a for the evenlnr with j-adin announcer Ronni
e Willers. Station HOG presented on the spot reports of the activities in progress during the J
we evenings mai inc r air was in progress. , v- H
f , it i L)
Produced by: The Canal Zone
community and interested indivi
duals tnd businessmen irom the
Republic of fanama.
- Directed by: The Pacific Youth
Cast: Balboa Women's Club, A A-mencan
mencan A-mencan Legion anchAux liary, ve veterans
terans veterans of Foreign Wars, Catholic
Daughters of America, Elks, Mi-chinist-Union,
Iothmiaa Nurses, A
quarium Soeie y and Balboa L on.
Stag Effects. Pacific Teen Club
and Knights of Cclumbus, as-isted
by civic organizations.
Directed bv: Mrs. Rose fasev.
charman and Mr3. Joan, O'Conne l)
secretary. . t
Phetegi aphtd by: "Who Dutt-
' Anyone who had an idea that the
Canal Zone community spirit ws
jagging ai he teams was in tor
a su-pise a' the Balboa Teen Fair
neld Oct 17 and 18. ; , f
SlarteJ by the Association w th
the hooe of ra'sm a lew hundred
of 1he several thousand "Ndu'lari
needed to complete tne building,
'be fair just grew and grew- to
he amazement of the small em?
mittee appointed to handle it. The
'.eenaers joined 'o making ro U
ers, selling tickets, pu ling adver-
BABY CHICKS One of the most popular booths to the
younger set was the Catholic Daughters of America who of-
fered baby chicks. From reports received after thefair, some
parents aren't sure whether to move and, start a chicken farm
wait and have a meal, or just give up. , i i
ftising stunts, making. cakes,.and
so lor h. ' -
A rnntest was held for 'members
of the Teen Club to tee who could
. t.'l thA most HrkeiS. with a CS-
imera-offered as a 'pm for the
: winner. Tne camera was won oy
- Dorothy Folse. 'w'th Bobby Knox
mnii KpciTPr i.ijt.l comma in next.
Wi'h few '.exceptions the civic
Pacific sde of lie isthmus all
" Ditched in to help the Pacific
, Vniilk Aconpinlmn Ityp Ttarpnt nr.
' Vani7.aHnn nf the .Balboa Teen Club
raise chough.' money; to comolcte
lli hllAAm nnrf'nn nf'Jn Tppn
'.;Club. ''J 'J
In addition to. those who" ran
booths at the Fei', oher organi organi-'
' organi-' xations gave donations, as. the
' permit any more boo hs.
' A group .of. Pact c S'de. Canal
b' pilots dug down; in their pockets
vv na give :! uajeviBiuu bet m ', -r-w
a I rded as one of the door prizes;"
m.,er ca h : ton rmiiuons: came
from the Emblem Club,-.Orchid
Phn nr. .-and ihp All S ar I ?C e.
. Vnr wopka alipari nf the date for
opening the Fair, fie Club was a
rtiwitv. The Balboa
Knights of Columbus spent over
a week constructing the booths.
, rwnrstinive nf rrene DaDPf and
hallnnn were strung UD- by the
Teenagers, while the adults on
hand hplrf fhpin hreaihs. In their
enthus'asm, the kids were scooting
up 14 ft, ladders; tout at. a ume.
Fortunately there were ,no-casui
ties, although at times there seem
ed asJhought it ould be impo?
. ; ; A ilura fv. MA ftf TnP .'-mil.Nt i-IHf
pular booths .with the high school
.at uio tha F. k lAilffe 1414 boot.1.
where they had an .opportunity to
throw we' sponges at tneir.ieacn
m,b anil tthtHftnt Ipadprs.-.. h
5 The younger ones favored ..the
(tomunuea on rae :
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JUST TRY IT! Machinist's ITnlon No. 8U lumbers chaUenj the skill of Teen Fair patron -,
J Tit's Adventure-BubBly-No Verdict
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i Poems Py RbcfteWe
Cite' KMr: Mr aU Wfey of ton WW'
ectoRe", w Wary ena s?mm
par rr fumy twif m4
f irm ihat pfcH
banar u si wk. .
, Dm Mi 1t -vPrw-
Uc br-J-sel r Bsl to g
arc Ifcat k i 19ST ttmc
beet daL '.- J
tof,J to -
Bawt me ttw toI rf.Me's ricfc vine
lam kt bc flmui hit ma.
Sarer rack vf l n fc J -
And rtpieiwa it at i
rr rach dawvntg townw I icdaf,
' Let aH ylwBys aj at
lto leaf r wwv veil f wfirt. s
And no tears of remorse need be shed.
Tropical brush fire
Jl cuil ol ske. Uwu a crackl. ,
' FoIWwed by a loogme of Baine.
Ito wind calctos it and Mfgrt it on
The bras tt ca fire again. a ,--
Tto smmke pm mure' dense and BtBews e
And the llsmcs dime tixiser and lugtor; ;
And pewit dcr iis tke wind. ,t
Of l;i J twwsik en lire. ( s
The animate' senrry te tfce iratw' eds
FtanlkaOr seefciBf relief.
They ran nndentaad the behavior ef man.
' Bvt Et of th seerrhinft, mad thief.
VSONG TO' THE SEA
BeautitidL raparirioasy Tdmptuoiu waves, v
JanntilT wearing white framy berets,
Embracing the rocks, and kissing the sand,
And wooing the chores ef every man's land.
I sit u the beach and watch yen entranced; .V
Captivated, speUbonnd. by your passionate romance.
Beating your breast sv that all may see,, -And
sighing stood year paftffkuiate plea. iV
Tee've power and strengih 'temperament ton.
Nn man on Ced's earth can conquer yon, V-.J-'
And cause broken hearts wheiryoa claim them jour own.
Your VwcMoned.hne in" slummering son"
And dark reive cktak when day is done.
Tantalizes a foni like me
Who rarries a secret fear of the sea.
- S NA li, .,
Stupul, useWs, gelatkMtts ma.
Under rocks, shtherina through grass
Yet leaving k- neantifat trail behind,
A threas of the' silver with which clouds are lined.
HYmml LTtin fitti T Tto hks:er. rmefiaCfy graV
llan showed ap al the TnSly hise-
admitted, -yaw ghya are goed.
in rtrd or. i only -alter
am nHMCcessfw. 'eflort te pay t np
in emti of his boos.:
ta. Isrs; ai -wed boek ever
written on the treasury tiepar.
mI'i law 1 eBicrceinent xen
e '- secret service, uoms
i.(Jf anrf Tnbaccn Tax Unit.
lycrnal Revenue's ln"el igeiKe
DwiahM and the Federal Bareau
TklN- was -ren access to se
tret files hi herto closed even to
Uk. irk i And Treasary
Secreatrr1 Robert Anoersexi
Three movie companies and twa
fetevvsMtti offiiuis are now acsuc
ing to filmht. book.
dustry recently broke open about j
M era'es ectne tnEMy xnu n
rh Vavflmrer Ilatel for one : rt
the biggest graz ing sprees of the
nV BOITCLAf LARS EX an fTKHX ECNNXTT
atim an hand to prouwte
Com se V a ,v.ce is ei.
ur MiMl KM. Ilk X
the fcrwtei Sutpreae Court jutfre.
WaiKCW J IBC er6 tr
a-fae o take to tor k-wsbsnd w1!)
wa -wen w aeo. ..
Sber exoiaineet that appeal e
hadn'L heew t S Wely, and
might- make him fed beMer.;,.The
Reeds live a. '.a, myi'mmtr
bed ttor b:t es and raced
art Wr otau
Oh arzwta vtas. vom. new
shanhf try bis brand -becanstt it
war .considered Ito belt len're
France.- 't'l.' V --
Ano tor ctoimed .'! kis con concoction
coction concoction was the-' fsvorite of Jbo'h
Charles de CauUe and ftngiUc
But JUrs. Keed finally picked a
rfc toilnk K-aml wlttrk the-, sales.
man said had. the Pggest bnbMes
ef any enampagne in me wwj.
WE .SroTTED Supreme Coar.
Jui ice "Wiliam O. Douglas tt
hm Fnvk rhamna-rae nartw and
asked b m which of the XI brands
he Itted best.
This is probably the msmt- b b-caatrovcrsal
caatrovcrsal b-caatrovcrsal ejgestian that -you'll
be asked aH year," We said.
"I don't know about that,'
Qce Douglas answered. Some pee pee-p
p pee-p tore are acrnaJly arguing a a-bout
bout a-bout the subject. I just daa't feel
ona'ified t band down a deos en
on itW u r.- , ,3
t4r, start waterat dknrn ffcenr leuor.
i.JCeaMB i:: thai .Sonet ', hi-ast
tore teef of fit ram-
rawes are t'mrtms; to Jmmt jp
Clwan anor-k x Bfawn KdiMa niatar 'inri
areJaexhingr'al ere the earliest
In fart, it's irpurted that soma 7
f Ito dtotiMra reneC the cas
when ttoy ge to wurk the jiext
day. ; t
' Frsl mdtra:io of' lie' cut
booze tread came, the other" night'
at v a PUisk embaay wiafling."
Seme anrty-goers complain that
tacy maai man? as ve sno
of vodka and didn't feel the slight-- y
st at - v
i arrcT rocrTAIL warty in-
"aint tl rhaimiiaene compan-esl leBgence a the cold war is last
had eager, fas'-pourmg rcpreseat-l he Communist embassies Pn to
' A ttoVE tWMEMT affkial friend
ef o.-$suys the siea that guy
needs pull'"- te be a success in
Washmei-ba' ir contDletelv false :
The space age fkas changed
things,' ae says. "Today you
need Ihrur." s, v ;
' MOST DIGNIFIED, intcllec'ual
cocktail party of the year was
tosseaL recentlv by Swiss Embas
sy.-" Charge dT Affaires Ernesto
Thamaa and his wJe.
H wnnJ f r-lcil rhat uiflR lit.
tered by the guests who included,
icieaiu s. macnemaocians, oipiu oipiu-matsnd
matsnd oipiu-matsnd tww phUosopbers. ----- '-
UosL of the converstiaa concern-
ed suck thin-sas nuclear ener-
th ton!raBtt-f of tto s moos :
and the VS. Chna policy.
The math experts seemed -hare
the most fun. X"
cards, ttoy traced slips of paper -on
which ttoy bad jkn'ea down
their la est erginal eakuras equa-
noSea jtal jhm nraadett
sort ef topic is the taKest of ab.
mnfitics. An a nraphic case m
poW- there's W Cary Cranio
lUta Drakn BntH. The aaatan
By FRED DANZ1
Steer clear of phony stereo.
The' current boom in stereo stereophonic
phonic stereophonic or deub'e-wmndtrackw pho pho-negraph
negraph pho-negraph records and cajuipmeit
may' bring with it some a
lanky H par history is any m-.e
Remember when high fidrb'y
wept in? Because gullible record
buyers insisted that records i?
clearly marked "high fideity"
before they would listen, one en-
bw riM frllm-r aaadia bundle
f money by manufacturing spe
cial "high fidelity" labels, rnesc
were pasted on records in sock.
-m mm tim itk abonr
half a mil km sets expected to be
seld this year and all major, mi-mtm-
ami fn to een record com-
mmmi4 rushine stereo disks ta
market, There are now about M
titles for the sterenpkile caease
, SiihM Fr toad- Of Audi tt
debtv a firm that takes credit
marWi.;n-f th. find eoitimer-
.r.i iiuli Is mw utiu(-t
was- Warns against dovhle-deaKBg
Records that were tfrigina'ly
m-ernew mowopnonicaiiy a.usie
boint a. waUnt ne. M. Grant
fcafarmad the wwrfch "We bave
hm. and always
oVep lev and respect lor eaefr
otlwr but. atos,-eur marriage
haw net broueJit v the neapi neapi-ftea
ftea neapi-ftea we fuHy eafiecta atwl -tMttw
eashroar. Mm, have
avals who have ee'ai-nt
icowor that e-Kytfcinn is ne.
Wmi vatl av nr mv-aw aaaVMant' aTlnul tUk
vw-Mas.ew.anr--w-'Wi. n-w.-am a-mnw a-
mnuefcect etad iMAeyctiv t pr-
uuce aa imitairaB, aiercw.; cum
Hmv Has vnu vaanl a-paiaudl Inn?
First .'.of all. advises Frrr. TM
bur from comnaues' that bare
good reontalkms H. be field f
hi-fi recordiBi '-a yon listen
carefully to what's on the record.
.. "The trm strrM record nlaved
with stereo equipment will give
yea a srparai ou u uwm cn-
iar.ll In idain ta a Kr IM.
fermaace. You'll bear, the drums
on' one side, the p'ano oa the ota-
er. von saouia dc ante to oeiec;
this imnliai ilulai f -r V-
llowever, sieree receros win am
oroduce stereo eojuspmcnL xnose
wi h hi-fi. equipment already own
nail a stereo a ina.s neeur
ed ta comphr the rig is .see
d .speaker. second ampiner
and special, ste-ee cartridge
Frey fijcures aasttor fJwf shauld
do the trick.
He also suggests- -that stereo
cartridges contain' "f special
need-les be purchased "wfca buy buy-mg
mg buy-mg stereo rerorfIS, even if le
buyer does vnot on t- stereophon stereophonic
ic stereophonic Ut, r
SCnJI aalaba hilctv4MI)cd a-
cross tke teeree screen and gave
the magic box what it so desper-
Id, IMIIf TlH'vilH
rw. uijnim alar retains his
unusual agility. Strangely. Astrsirc
enjays dancmg oaiy prmeswwijp
UU JumI Amm mhtm to visit
!a nightclub, "l nerer dance. he
declares,' unless i nw.
k. !. lantWr instinction- nc IS
iwcH liked jis well as weH known
w. ik M.Men naa aaserv
. im. ,fiu- ante lWlrwood
star who gets more respect man
eary.- v j,
la the lame, ot raarbaaj the
rtmailwaw toaeeas. everv ocr farm
er must go through the tofl of n n-aiohta
aiohta n-aiohta fTaruelia Olia Skin-
uer.1 wna opeaea una wees m in
Pleasure of IBs Company" a
vmasn hit, has deftly, described
in- nrenaiere terror: "It's as
ikA naw noor devil were t
set out lbr ar large dinner' ptrty
with the, knowledge tttat tie raf
lowing morning he would be hear-
: exacttv wt eaea or ine on
'MMti thmrht atioat bim. Oav
t ii'a enamderablv' worse whew
not just the victim but sev eral mil mil-boa
boa mil-boa readers of newspapers are go going:
ing: going: ta be reading the Terdct,r'.'
atrw.Wattrr Kerr, wha'ra-aa-
tbored the "GoltWocks" muscat.
ud one word lor the same arena
experience; "Ghastly" t7- She tnen
tAI.iI" "I've bait my musical
Now, I'm. going home ta bare my
The Utanpkr Ei-seaa O-
Naiti nad aft tha aarik drspsir
and fiary-drem ef -bw wfaws.
'A touch- o we-. roe, n n-ininU.
ininU. n-ininU. mu th ttrttntaw hi a
cycle van,. TT othae ir
needaa revtaea and cuHmpi .The
mTm wmm fnfif daatriaMif 1ha- Ulffmv
lifced, hali-dasen tofora ha pest pest-a.
a. pest-a. .As Ine.-0Ni baa de-.
tcribed the. poignant incident:
didn't want te leave any
unfinished play. An wo,
tor new fc ay as, satn-
or. I helpad him hncaawa hit
hand had thts tarrmla faaator
and he could taer on- usr atw
pages at a- time. It wa awuL
It was tike tearing up cniioron-;-,
tu rM War baa reached an-
oLher-crtJicat point,- folks. A Bed
r !. Kaat i Oeman declared
wax against Elvia Presley. The
paper picture tans as n payem payem-bJ
bJ payem-bJ lani aT WMtam'aililiciass
frw. -itnimv ararfara-. Tke
Cemmemst mew graveiy wam-
izewr rresiey xs nemij
ar a preminent personality by peo
ple Who believe in atomic war as
die rmai seiutma ox an peucx
problems. s r ;
discouraged siner who decided to'
as. partnersC;. to opened an eatery
a ureenwicn mutagen ine resiau resiau-Iraat
Iraat resiau-Iraat became a Catherine place
far -eld friends who engaged in
informal, song sessions. Gradually,
the eet-ioeetiiers lured those wh
enjayed oik music. Belafante's
mends Urge Jttm to return to
' hn h-- fnlk UHMr.-i' Thlla
began the resiirgence of a career
wnarn aaa rearaea a gtioeo- p n n-naele.
naele. n-naele. 1 In other words, ;Betafon ;Betafon-'te's
'te's ;Betafon-'te's saccess was the result of fail
K t i
Ffwrfht Howard Teich Teich-mana't
mana't Teich-mana't '.'The Girt. i SOT was :
aajonaeuT by meal rewficwers,"ww
Tekbm aim one detailed the a
aanw aVaBtalist amhwai wfca n
he burdened with a ftopaloo-" i
sa: "In a- curious manner, the ?T
ahMl. ol lh entire world
mima ehaaaa almoit b'lwanm
aren't anough. Among r other
thine, 'th author it hit. with a "r A
of awut, aaoroa a. Kaur Kaur-wae
wae Kaur-wae bee athWvad mere
aM aVaa haw athar af our
aeacticiM : ntay wr'mhtu once
MimiaKr ma wtw: ma m-ii
cartawa passarshy scowl at hint
"an. he alWVs dw id tre,W Vt
taar paeala who .have -aaver -amaa
We until eaw aMttert t
rtkara ne nee. Got bins. He'
a bad sacemf eetr tu
Therev ares hicationa that 1 wa
th,. Pniit Wur hv nom-
;I4I wh -.
bardlng the- Kremlin with Presley
records. -Moreover, ine umiea jw
Kt arhwther rocke-
i, than tk wnnrt-ma-
chines jt Communtst propagana-
istsi- in. the nni, enaiysis-, rocar
i-orl fe better than the Bed webs-
ut-uw-neaxF. - t
" Haryi aaMrfonta hae v returned
.iriumnkant tatur at KUIOM.
Only e few yearr ago, the was a
' AjW-iawre ; tfcanf-flnW :cWa4e-
of stardom, Spencer Tracy is
wfVtiav Rrixlw v vrilh a naif :-'
let Big-Time gamuting efforts via
"The. oio Jnatt ana tne aea aim -"The-
Last flurrah." The Oscar-
"iver wlH orobablv hsve trouble
decakaig which performance mer -its
the Academy Award. Both are -stiperbi
Hany of the critics devot
d, lengtny essays io Hiaiyxiun
Tracy s arnstry. ine ms accur- -,
ite explanetiew was eace "made
aw Humphrey uogari: so mc.
Tracy m the nest, because- you
rfonr't see the meensmsm wornuiK,
t. W.U fritrmmo- Ha Cavers UBf'
ne never overact er la bammy.:
-SUNDATr NOVEMBER 2,
"'That'd Moke a Dandy Nursery"
V LV Sims' Oiv Broadm
;. i NEW YORK (UP!) Jon-i
, stance Bennett has been moving
.-' profitably around the coun'ry
t mee last October that the head at
j one of those touring compamed ol
i "Aua ie Mame" and. has' tound
i some f r.n opinions-, about a star's
. :iile on the r a.
The lacx of. real threaders is a
definite drawback.: she reefs, lth
school and .. colege. auditoriums
- serve in their fashion, but they
. are no conducve to tbesbest pre-
f aentaiion of .a play.
";;... Thty don'; prviU th
, r M thea er.'
' -The critics -west of the Hudson
fc are quite fair,, Miss Bennett re re-,
, re-, ported. However, in places where
, v-there are.no es ablished cs,
the member.of a newspaper s'atf
who jnaybe assigned to do a re re-view
view re-view 1 Of en feels be has to lean
nver backwards' to be tough -rm
-v want he imaeines is the critical
- trad'tion." (The verdicts .of. .he
Mfw York cities are a'wavs mo-e
C:ifr venerous over a season than ,the
verdicts of the paying public.)
Matinees should b abolish
" . d laid Mis- Bennett. -
" She doesn't mean only on ihe
, road ei her- They, place too much
" of a strain- on the. actors, she
pointed out. Also"he feel that
- manv members of the ."women's
croups which contribute much. of
- the matinee trade attended more
1 out 'of erouo compulsion than ber
-'cause of any, real. love .lor the
t r- theater. -.,.
- The star said she discovered
J- that audiences outside of New
York are extremely hen and will
" no1 settle for anvth'ne but the best
f inJhe matter for, actors and pra
en'ation. With, movies and .tele
vision easily available, the peo e
r aren't going to' spend their money
lor me merer privilege vi juuiug
, at uve-aeors.
;'-?( -So far, Miss Bennett has been,
most delighted by the audiences'
, In Milwaukee Minneapolis, Den
' sver, Kansas City and Chicago.
' She sa'd her most rewarding ex
pediences have been wi'h students
. or me arai ai yaiiuus couegs
Often they travel many mites to
see the T ay and then visit her
backsage todiscuss the possibil-
li es of -an actine career.
' Miss Bennett looks forward t o
' weekends of ; the road because
'- v" they give her. a chance to relax.
-To gam more time fc Test, she
'ets into' a nlane after a Satur-
f f day night closing 'and 4 lie to the
. next engagement, thus- saving a
lot of time that can be devo'ed
K to sleep until Monday
i The star maiia.qes t- live up
to her reputation as one of the
nation's "best dressed wemon"
' despite the heetlf life of -the
"I bad one trunk for the spring
and sumner seasons," she ex ex-,
, ex-, plained, ''Another 'ras recent'y
' packed for me and sen' out from
New York w'th my fall an early
. winter -things. .'
. r The major; part, of her ." ward-
robe consfs1 of 'lacks and sweat sweat-.
. sweat-. ers of man) different, j mate-Sals
s, ind colors. ; -
, "They're Ideal; for wear while
1 lnndy Crtitword
- nsrcwun una aoiuuon la tsunaay CTOSSWOM Fue
.ne ov ?tw, punuahed today,
" '- '. V-' jACCEDEpABl tB.rHlJnlAlplg
. -4, EfiAVE Nj NmRIj .ElRNE OME& m'
r LgMENTi -?fflA"TE MpNf jfOPS .r
. n.'; EWE7"j T eCTa S Sfj'j A T crff T D
: ttif WP v-
V- V'? QBEM3iJN DB0NW if OlMlB 'L'S
TloiMliiiRm ACTiciti pflf
' ' " L' AST-piEACHE? ClETl1
- EiNlALf JRANCHER eft AIR Eltt
: InieJr; jaeraie 5 k jiRAMfSt
' ; 4.IA. VlGiT AllJlJ JjOftf J:a1p -y
- TOILJD. ,LlDE D JUfN AT" P I NE
" : 1ALER ,CAFr .NIEPAO CANIaIl
: -r : Atp ATtplT e, "JwffP oMn"
. Q'BlIiCT: ClOPT' .Quito
sanei h t er cTtuTj 'sta mmIalI;'
: " RfLTO. !RTETgtKL -gfeyTt .drFynf
Amwct for Suaday, Aagnet 17, Cryptequlp: KIS .,
i, OUTWARD APPEARANCE AT FIRST CAVSKO t
, XVJ&ENC8 OF UNTOWARD CHANGE.
walking lo and,from th theater,"
she su ., ., ..sM..aDie tor
-lot"!"".. v w smart
for casual day .and evening! wear.
"Arm jpe s ot toes, dressed,'
I have certainly seen hundreds of
wr v v W MMttV
how to buy and .wear clo'.hev"
By CO HTdERALD
s Pho'ographcrs "are flocking ; jto
the countrysidf !o photograph na-
tu :e kau dcscope of- c a l o r
autum leaves.,v ;.
Only' hree regions -of the
Northern- Hemisphere s experience
this brill ant au umn color change
the easter.-.: parts Jof North. Ame America;
rica; America; the British Isles and western
Europe, and eastern China and
parts of iapan. ; t
" In the Sou hern Hemisphere,
, -V f 'ttmt and
New Zealand have -very 'small
-..' v,-rf,. changes
in the autumn aeasonu
j.- For somei reascn. 'it seems that
when autumn approaches .the
green pigment known as chloro
ohvll makes it exit from a'l sum
meir foliage. In maple and sumac
trees in pa'r'icular, this departure
exposes other pigments w h t e h
could not- be seen, before because
they were surrounded by the more
Intense green color,-, ?
When this happens we. begin to
see tne yeuow rea, orangey scar
let. deett blue and lavender pig
The phenomenon of autumn color
photographer to --'unlimber Ji i s
equipment when this occu-s,
The phenomenon of autu omclor
can be artfulyTecorded with bo h
Aiiscochrome' and Super Anscosh-
ronte film. On bright sunny,- days,
for no-mat result, use regulars
Anschrome at an exposu-e f
1 50Jv of a' second at'FF-11. If you
like more dram a ic effects useF
12.5 or -even F-16 ,on the lighter,
On th'o dull overcast or tainy ;
days, use regular Anscoehrome :
.at l-25th at F-4 or F-5...- ;
For en greater depth use high
fpeed Suoer Anscoehrome at 1 1-50th
50th 1-50th at F-5.6 of F-8. ;
If it's reaTy pouring and ou
have cove', try 1 50th at F-4 or
F-5.6. The higher contrast. of 'Su 'Super
per 'Super Anscoehrome will snap up an
ordinarily dull looking scene.
Fl RST WITHDRAWALS ARRIVE
- LONDON (TJpi)-The ? first pf
the. British troops being "withdrawn
from- Jordan arrived in England
by air yesterday. The men, all
members; of the 16th Independent
Parachute- Brigade, "' flew into
Lyneham Royal Air Force Sta Station
tion Station in Sharkleton and Hastings
aircraft -of the Transport Com Command..
mand.. Command.. ,
Puaile No. 760-JUleaae Awr. 17
The Washington Merry -Go -Round
' WASHINGTON During his re re-cent
cent re-cent overn gnt a'ayat tiie Wmie
House, Britain's Lord Mountbatten
o 1 ? H Ki iiower shak shaken
en shaken by the sharp ciriticism jn Field
v-.iory s newiy pun-
i.jie4 memoirs which blame-Jke's
.'r4ie2y.-1.or prolonging world war
II an extra year and costing un unnecessary
necessary unnecessary lives.
This was weighing heavily, on
the President's mind whenMount
batten arrived at the White House.
Ike didn't try to bide hi." hurt, .4 'e
spoke pf his own warm feeling for
f.iKn iid told Oi tueJ
friendly reunions' at the White
House whenever Monty came to
Washington. ,' .
"Why cud ha have to do if?"
asked Ike, shaking his head.
In his memoirs, the crisp-spoken
British war hero criticized not
only Ike's wartime ' rategy but
the way it was carried out.
"Since Eisenhower had himself
taken personal command of the
f --f y "v "-irtt G,r",Tt', )He"e
was a lack of grip, and operation?
at direction anu control- w ia. ia.-ing,"
ing," ia.-ing," writes Montgomery. "Our o-
Derations had, in fact, become
ragged and disjointed."
... Montgomery complains' that Ike
was plagued by over -optimism and
ompTpiise,1 f iT-t: he was too -.a-sily
influenced by public opinion,
t At one- strategy conierence. Mon
ty recalls: "I asked Eisenhower)
why public oo.'nion should make
us want to take military decisions
which were iiennitely unsound." r
- What really stung Ike, however,
was Montgomery's ;cnare that a
different strategy J might 1 have
ended the war' a year sooner and
wouldn't have been so "expensive
in iu." -"
-With a sad aigh, the President
fii.r- MounH tten that he M'ill
"But couldn't, we general leave
the inquest to history?" Ike la
HEADLINES AND FOOTNOTES
'iEb roVfr' to Formosa,! Sec ry
of. State Dulles telephoned Aht
President from Alaska and '. dis discussed
cussed discussed the meaning of the renew renewed
ed renewed Red bombardment of Quemoy.
Dulles urged a firm stand against
ommunM : m'l'tary Pressure in
the Fat East where Ch'na's main
nbiectlve, he warned Ike. was. to
drive the UniU d States- out of the
western Pacific.!. A aecret "milita-"
ry dispatch from Formosa reports
that the Chinese national aus f.-..i-
ed'"elated' over1 the rcsiinjiaon
of artillery f re-from Ihe t'i tt tt-mainland.
mainland. tt-mainland. 'The dispatch suggests
apprehensively tnai ine iMano.wi
isls may use the. biiaarJmcnt,
as an excuse to expand the cri
' Sherman Adams is still collect collecting
ing collecting his White" House pay while he
shops for a new iob. Sidney Wein Weinberg,
berg, Weinberg, a Wew York investment bro-
ker, has promised to find him a
job. ".Adm. ..William Fechtelcr,
former Navv chief, has-wine the
long list of brass hats who. keep
show n? mb on ine ;nsvn'if .. 1
fense contractors. lie -Is now a
"special consultsn.." lor General
Electric which does a big busi
ness with the Navy, .To curb in influence
fluence influence peddling in the Pentagon,
contract officers would like a law
requiring ex-admirals and gener
als to report their visits and
phone calls to military procure procurement
ment procurement offices. , 1
" The Military Government Asso
elation tried tc get free Air Force
transportation this week end for
members attending i s convention
In Augusta, Ga. After this column
began investigating, one flight, was
canceled and other requests were
turned down.' .Several high pow
ered books have been coming, out
or Washington ine last lew weeiu.
Recommended reading: "E sen sen-bower
bower sen-bower Captive President" bv Mar
quia Childs, Speciarf"or Today"
by. Herb Block, .rxreasury Agent"
by Andrew Tully, and t'The Fa Fa-mous
mous Fa-mous Five" by Holmes Alexan Alexander.
der. Alexander. H
.. ... :. .V ..' .' V.! :
Our atomic submarines h a v e
been secre'ly mapping the ocean
bottom on their long underwater
cruises, charting submerged crev
fees sand ra'erns which mi-jht
makehart'y hiding places "for
them In future undersea warfare.
Julius Klein, the high-pressure lob
ry st, is trying to wangle a con contract
tract contract to represent Euratomr the
' 67 nation organization working on
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peaceiui uses w aiuiuic nui gy.
This is the same Klein who. ha)
been trying to get German war
pized 'property returned to th
German industrlalis's. -The Ger
man industrialists wooidn'l rnind
laying their hands on some atom
'c DOAver nl"nt5 'i,'o--hrou,1i Eu-
leaters are pulling strings to help
Klein get the contract mine work-
ers boss John-I,. -Lewis an 1 seel
workers boss Dave McDonald. f,'
With the death of Sen. Joe Mc
Carthy and the reii'emcnt 01 lm.
Bill Jenner, the chief surv.ving-.
McCarthyite in the Senate is craf-
ty Karl Mundtv South Dakota Re-,
publican, whose 1 1 ;nd face and
rolv-nolv fieure fflve him a dp.'-co-
tive lopk 0. pol tical innocence.
He is now m South Dakota spin
nin3 a web of suspicion around
Congressman George McGovern
w'10 is camnaiening for reelec
tion to the House but is ths 'no t
eiv Dsmocrat- to challenge
Mundt for h's Senate seat in 1!M0.
A rcorated Vorld, Va II o
lot, vMrGovern i ror '-o
than Mundt is. Yet profess onal
an i Commu iis. h t y ,n ,n-vaded'
vaded' ,n-vaded' ou1h, "Da!;o p
hints that, (lie Congressman may be
a Commie. 1
"The nan-'beh'nd this'McCnriliy
stvl smear can pai"n ',m't ',m't-who
who ',m't-who has tried to hi'- hairl A
: wn0 has wri'ten 'f an'l
placed long-distance caIt''
th-t can be traced to 1c
.For example, Mundt v; brought i
Betty -McConkie.' a patriot of the -soap
box, into the state to spread
innuendoes against McGovern,. She.
has been speaking in behalf of the
"wide awaike Anti. Communist
League," which i supposed to
have its headouarters in Des
Moines, Mwa. However; this col
umn could locate no such group
in that city.
Mundt also arranged for a so
called "farm -letter" to be ma 1-
d to thousands of South -Dako ..
farmers free of charge. This is
actually a scandal sheet, appro"' -priately
called "Low Down," writ 1
tfi in Washington by Glenn Marti
who ence falsely accused Sen.
Milt Voung of Uking illegal kick-
backs. Ironically, Young is a Re Republican
publican Republican colleague of Mundt's from
pext -door North Dakota. ,-t
For the benef t of his new
South Dakota "subscribers," Martz
has loaded his sheet with dirt a
The profession) politicians ar
closely wa'ching this South Dako
ta camoim to see whether Me
Carth) Ism U1 pays.
; SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1958 hA-l :k
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MISSED JlGAItf.-, John Lair's pitching 'ability is put to a
(est as be tries to 'toss the hoop around what Apparently will
r ett vir as a vnrisimas present ior nis momer or gin iriena.
" .'' JVhetbec John went home with- anything is classed as strictly
, . 'confidential until after Xma. 1 r X 1
; : irwfisvswii v. i f i vff
1 - tainoi c Laughters. Daby bootns.
Thete -was fiome.hine for all f
ana inrougnout tne entire omiam ages iisn pona, toy boom, cake
, ... i-vmu jue- uearu we souim jiuue
"The. fair 'was so well at'ended
; -J booth wa$- jjjt- about as- difficult
, v as jftianeuverins on a football f eld,
j .particular y yt one' ha not been
1 " forewarned, and came' dressed m
i ' 'the, best bib and tucker.
F Co'ton Candy ind tnow cftnes,
, bet dogs and hamburgers wer all
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Viw 115 TiTl r
walk, dart game even daric.ng,
or wnat tne present generation s
idea of dancing is, in the Lounge,
of hi building. -. .'-
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of Pegu personage s Imple., .""J.-
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woman j; 5ft Tres- v v -strip
' 5 Having1 passed j 89 Design
toothed' 'c. -'of game 91 Skip 'V'
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6 Pehe- bird ',' partitions r Zt r,
. trate V 54 Abstract 95-Solvent ,'
J 7-?roJect- ,!- being for many, ; i
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' wings '. '-'low calyx 96 Plague 1
! 8 Strike 56 It is 7-At the
9 Figura-, (poetic),"" summit n
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10 Impede - 60-i-Esculent prepa-
11- Bur- -root.f. 'ration .'
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war ) nouseiioia oi-Deari
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14 Rebind 67fectend -stakes
15 Speck v 68 Flaunt;- 10 Beaat
16 Talisman" r ing 1 related
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25 Person. 71 Sanction 108 Ethical,'- v. ""
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29 Meadow 73 Mem-- 1 "ref strength ;
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a ion received rom boh s'des -if ..'fliameTftv' .-imdor ivr
the border, the Teen Fa.r commit l5il5t SsiSSS?-I BMeakLi
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almost all of the money needed i ''!?py4 aTj5Sva wJWV"
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23 Pod con J crow country
taming -family 102 Duct
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rock Mediter-1 109 Brink
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30 Muffle tectural 114--Support
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35 King of .red 122 Food fish,
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O PRESIDENT EISENHOWER, winding up his cam cam-1
1 cam-1 paiga to recapture control of Congress for the Re
publicans, denounced Democratic '''extremists'' Friday
night for proposing reckless Federal spending pro programs.
grams. programs. ;
. Delivering his final pre-election address at a GOP
rally ir Baltimore, Eisenhower charged that only
"sturdy Republican opposition" and his vetoes block blocked
ed blocked Democratic anti-recession programs that wouli
have ruined the country.
O PANAMA CANAL DOCKS made headline all last:
. week; Dockers ceased their intermittent striking -but
reiterated a wage demand. A freighter cut a?
boarding launch almost in two and rammed the dock-;
side at Pier 1 Balboa
. v ..
TWO TOP ATHLETES .at the University ot Michi Michigan
gan Michigan were among seven students arraigned for al alleged
leged alleged participation in a football card gambling ring,
o Athletic director Fritz Crisler says Tony Kio--stait.
ing fullback on the football team and Jack Lewis
Until midweek, dockers kept up their partial absen-- captain of the basketball team will be removed from
teeism, delaying a number of ships. Their grievance
was-that they are getting less or no overtime because
:of new regulations brought in with the transfer -of
about half of the dock workers to the UJ3, Civil Serv-
-ice Retirement scheme
their ; squads pending further Investigation : of the
v Rio and Lewisboth seniors'- from Chicago alleged'
ly sold cards for one-dollar each, every week, with a
scneauie or iooiDau games-coming up. ine parucip-
He said the GOP administration came forth with w.oni.iin-.'i,,. ;irfim.: i ja .nts who nicked four or more winners and accurate-
"practical, sensible programs'? and "today every eco- 0 work n week and riot after each eieht hours a". My picked the point spread were paid off. Police say :.
nomic indicator proves that our Republican faith in 'Say m-f weex ana not uer e acn eignt nours a. ihftlne hag bn operatlng at the university for two
the economy was right" .. .. Talks were" begun between the Panama Canal and years or more. They say receipts come to about 10-
feremoving,n d' he WdJn na"onide-representetives-of the stevedores and the union which thousand dollars a week.- - v -
radio-TV address. "Recovery is on the-march. All a many of them belong to Local 900 AFL-CIO' The men Al1 th students named in a police warrant- are
cross America things are good. They get better .every agreed to Ro bacfc WOrk normally while neeotia- charged with engaging in "an illegal-occupation.; Con-;..'
dav," - jons nroceedine - miction on such a charge could carry a maximum pe-r
Concluding a- vlRorous campaign that covered more
than 6000 miles and 18' speeches or talks the Presi
dent said he, was convinced the GOP was "the only
political instrument that can give. us sensible, unit united
ed united and progressive leadership."
' Cuban" rebels' were reoorted v to be stopping and
trarnine- automobiles and buses on the highways to
ha1 1 road travel throughout the island and disrupt
national elections, scheduled for tomorrow. :
,v 1 Travelers from Santa Clara, capital of Las-Villas
Province, 185 miles east ot Havana,; reported 11 pri private
vate private cars and two buses were stopped and set afire
along the roadside Thursday. ... ', '
' Oth reports said the rebel action was proving suc
cessful and that traffic was rapidly disappearing from
the ceptrai -highway across Cuba from Havana
Santiago in Oriente Province.- ?
k.,They are asking that" all 'the dock workers, who.
used to be all on a WAE (when actually employed)
basis, be placed under the retirement plan or. if it is--net
possible for all of them to average Jhe required,
30 hours of work a week, that they should be paid
overtime on the old basis. ' -"n
-- The Local 900 delegates also re-stated a demand for
. a 'substantial" wage Increase for dockers. .-
? It was the Panama Canal's boarding launch EmeV
: Pld which was tied up at pier 19 when the incoming
S3 Transamerfcan. assisted In bv two tugs, gained
too much headway and rammed the Emerald, almost
cutting her In half. The damage to the Emerald is.
.estimated at over $30,000 and the roof of the dock was
to the dock was not serious, however as concrete
ienaer protecta it. -.'" -,'
On an 80-mile stretch of highway "between La Es-
p-nauza in, i,as viuas rrovmce ana jovenanos in Ma G0Vb W1iilam E. Potter received official backing In
i J tanzas Province' not a slnelp car or bus was seen bv nr n. n -4..j .
a traveler arriving In Havana. Hedescribed Santa Ztfs Chamber of rnme of buvta. eoofrom -tlonal sprln exhibltion tour through the south
- i v,.. fu- i'mA 5 vnamuer ot commerce, or Duyirn? gooas-irom n.npra nTanairor rioha txni : iow. Ti n4ic
nalty of 90 days, in Jail.
' An American boxet finally has won a light in
v Lightweight coontender Carlos Ortis of New ,1
York City made a strong bid for a title bout by
winning a 10-round decision Tuesday night Ter," -i
British Isles champion Dave CharnJey.. The bout.
. was in London's Harringay Arena
. The fourth-ranked Ortii ws the fVrst f ""H'1,n
fighter in the last four months to win a fight in J
England, i v v ( v
I v i r o" :. A.
Beverly Hanson of Indio, California, was named win win-rti
rti win-rti of the Glenna Collett Vare Trophy. I
1 Tlift trophy is awarded to the lady pro golfer with s
the Wwest tournament, scoring average for the year.
fis Hanson. aVeraged just under 75 stroke during 84
tournament, rounds. t Sl ? ;
The Cincinnati Redlegs will eliminate their tradl-'.
wara as a ciiy oi iear,- unaer neavy cusway oy ine ; 8nywhere in the world and, not lust In the VS. if
army. i ' 1Panam4 cannot nrodure it.' Potter' statement iin.v
. leashed a storm of protest from Panama businessman
The sound of gunfire was frequent but there was
tio immediate explanation for it, the traveler said.
i The rebels have more adherents in Las Villas than in
. anv other province except Oriente.
- Highway, telephone and telegraph communication
'hetweeru Oriente Province and the rest of Cuba were
veut.'--1 r-H' 'j-n;t"' rn- ''4-, f
The Oriente Province capital city of Santiago, Cu-
ba's second largest has been under heavy army guard
, for two weeks in anticipation of a rebel attack. The
and the nress. who argued that the 1955. Treaty stat
ed that the Canal Zone should-buy only in Panama
or the United States.-- - ,
t VS. -.officials have stated that Potter's view Is a
correct Interpretation of the 1955 Treaty,.
- Meanwhile among Panama National Assemblyman
It was reoorted a move Is afoot to organize a big
patriotic demonstration In favor of taking Panama's
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""' ""7 S ,:i 7. Ti -! coniuci wiwr me viiiiea oiaies over me inierpreia R47 vaTA
rebels control the heights around Santiago and have s ficn of th(! Treat tne International Court at the a a5,
th citv pmmpd inin four sides.-'- o...
On the onDOsite end of the Island In Pinar del Rto; The 'move li said to be spearheaded by Assembly.
Province, 200 army troops were Teported pressing a nan Alfredo "Babv" Aleman .:
General manawriGabe Paul say the Redlegs will
make no more than three stops on their way home
from their Florida training next April. Declining at attendance
tendance attendance and bad weather apparently figured in the
decision. i ,
Virginia Tech's Bill Holsclaw has regained the total
offense lead in college football. N 4 11
The Virginia Tech quarterback has picked up AOS
yris. Bill Austin of Rutgers is second with 771 yards,
Dick Bass of College of Pacific was held to 28 yards
last week But still leads the nation in rushing with
pursuit of an equal number of rebels In the hilly Sier-V
ra de los Organos area. ,
in the greater Havana area there was complete
quiet with government forces in readiness for any
centuality. - ;
. The pre-election campaign continued in the .Hav .Havana
ana .Havana area, despite rebel threats to "execute on the
spot" any of so-called "political sergeants'!, found buy buying
ing buying votes for pro-government candidates, '- ;,
'A segregationist group has charged that Federal
tax officials subjected Southern churclr leaders to
: "propaganda, intimidation and coercion'' by pointing
out that churches used J or schools could .lose tax tax-exftnpt
exftnpt tax-exftnpt status. -,. .
The Arlington chanter of Defenders of State Sov-'
eret.oty and Individual Liberties demanded Thurs Thursday
day Thursday that the Internal Revenue' Service (IRS) identify
the head of any IRS department which has any such
, tax denial exemption ''under active consideration."
TRS officials said -Wednesday that churches might
be risking their tax status under certain circumstances
If they provide space for. private classes in communl-
ties where public schools are closed to thwart Integra1
rtion. The officials commented in response to a report reporter
er reporter questions. - 1 -.
They said the issue had been raised informally.' But
' they emphasized that no such case had been brought
before them officially for a ruling. 1 .',-.
- The state sovereignty trroun said that It will peti
tion' Virginia members of Congress next year to open
Potter would make no comment on the uproar his
soeech caused. But a sookesman of the Governor said
Potter -''remains hooeful that the fcoecific economic
atlvantaee discussed with the Chamber of Commerce
will be realized." ., s
; v Computations have -been, completed In the Canal
Pilots comoensation case.. ? a result of their three
and a half vears old suit at U S. District Court at An An-con.
con. An-con. 114 pilots will receive a total of $230,117. Three
pilots challenged .the computations and hearings on
tpp'r Individual case will be held next month.
The money Is In settlement of a claim bv the pilots
for overtime .compensation and travel-time pay, The
amounts di to Pilots vary
of their, will hive to nay one
the lawyers who repreojnted them,
An extra large explosion during blasting operations
on the Canal sent a shower of rock andearth skV
ward nd it landed in a housing area' In Paraiso. No Nobody
body Nobody wfs,hurt b"t one rock smashed right through
tn roof ani ctT1i of a house and another rock,
wmcn wps rounn intwci, weignea n pounas.
Workmen who were sealed in Vatican Citv Runda
during the election of a new Pope sent out a note ask
ine a favor. t ' -(
There was a complete lack of news from the out- I
side world and they wanted. the results of the Italian
league soccer games.1 f
Two English heavywelRhts are rated among the top
10 contenders by Rin Magazine. ;
It is the lirst time In more than lO years that Eng
lih heavyweights have crashed" the ratings. Both
Brian London and Henry Cooper moved into the rank,
ings on 'their upset victories over Americans Willie -Patranri
and Zora Folley. ; .;''' ?
, European champion Ingemar Johansson remained
tne top contender ana Cuban Nino Valdes moved tin
'.aii? !el"4?). Pay.. two notches to second. London and Cboper are rank-
from $20 to $3800 and each ii seventh and eighth. -vT-
ne third of their award to .', ; J? (,',..',,.. V
The executive jvtce-nresldent of the Raltimhrit thirt
ies quit. ' v. ;i K '
.Bill Walsingham announced his' resignation and the
club immediately began looking for someone to take
over, many of the duties of a general' manager. How However,
ever, However, the .Blub savs that field and general manager
Paul Richards still has complete authority over all
playing personnel, trade negotiations and signing of
Panama Canal engineers gave instructions of the v players The Orioles hope to name Walsingham's suc
comDanv doing the blastintr to cover the blasting areas
iTilth mats and to use lighter explosives, -
Cigarette prices In Panami are being Increased Nov,'
8 bv five rents, it was announced this week. -i
T-.Is Is the result of a two and a half cent increase
on the tax on local cigarettes which was voluntarily
agreed on dv riearette manufacturers and passed re-
an investigation- to ferret out tnose responsible ror
- using an office .of IRS to coerce. Intimidate and pro-
. pagandize private church institutions-. into, submis-- Cetlv bv the National A?nemblv.
Bion to race mixing schemes of the National Associa- Revenue 'from the new tax will be used exclusively
,tion for the Advancement of Colpred. People; (NAA- for,th improvement of educational facilities in the
4 v Republic, v -
- Aoou oa cnurcnes in ume xock, atk., ana two vir- , fc q ,r ,
nia cities Charlottesville and Norfolk' hava Th Thaatr. nnliii
'posed -as a substitute for the public schools closed in .rt. .nrtu7.Ti Zi't'rXS' "iJl"""?.
. aeauiit. iiHCBrauon. News also reached the Isthmus from the New York downs. , and Sam Baker of Washington leads' th"
stage 01 Canal Zone clrl who Is making aname for, punters with a 46-yard average,-'. ; v
ressor before Nov. 14 when the board of directors ;
Cleveland's one-two scoring punch has most of the
National Football League offensive-records tied up this V
Fullback Jimmy Brown, well on his way to two of-" ;
fenslvc records,. leads the league in total yardage with
815 f.. has a slx-Doint-nine average.,, and scored 14 ' 1
touchdewns. His 84 points is well ahead of Willie Gal-'
1'more's 58, Bob Mitchell of the Browns Is second with --414
yards for a -seven-point eight average; Innie
M-wfc of Baltlpore Is third and Gallimdre fourth.
eaoe farim or ureen Bay leads the pamers with a
IRS officials said a church's tax-exempt status
would come into question if its activities in'non
religious fields, such as education, were of such a
nature that its primary purpose' ceased to be religious.
Under the law, religious institutions are not requir-
ed to pay Federal taxes or even to report their in in-,
, in-, jc me and expenditures to the Treasury.
' r ij i j r. t T , October was sent to jail for 15 days at Balboa Magls,
The United States and Russia clashed publicly at grates Court and fined $50.-Picans stole the sun from
.Geneva oa a proposed nuclear test ban. Hope of a friend and then went back to Panama City where
. achieving, an early East-West agreement to halt.jtest he took the gun into the National Institute. ;.,
herself. She Is Pat Ouinn: who Is playing in Maxwell
Anderson's new play "The Golden Six." r- x
' "Joseph Henry Picans, 18 the Panamanian youth.
who broke into a Canal Zone house and stole a shot-'
nin during the student disorders in Panam4 in early
-Representatives of the world's three atomic now-
- rs, the United States, Great Britain' and Soviet Rus-
"sia, met at, the Palais des Nations there to try tO"
,hiuvi iir njom tut yuuwuK ft utui on nucicat- lests.
i-. -' tin -opening speeches, the-Soviets repeated their de de-wand
wand de-wand for an Immediate end to nuclear-tests forever,
. .Awhile the United-States said it, would be prepared to
v,, halt testing on a year-to-year basis, --.t-
r Manager Solly Remus of ,the St. touLi Cardin-' .;
; als is very high on a Javanese rookie ballplayer, j 1
Hmn, ..whose Cardinals are touring Japan, says r
c that shteeo Nagashima is good enough right no'' 'U
' to plav in the major. Hemus say$ v. "Nagasbima
. is good at runnlf- '4ing and batting and Is of f
major league caliber." ,. r
Coac Harry Walker also echoed his manager's feel feel-foes
foes feel-foes Walker savs Naeashima nossesses all thr nuH.
ties to make him a major leaguer.. Nagashlma, who
i The claims for a 50-50 -cut In the Canal profits by broke into pro ball this season,; was Voted "rookie of
Panama evoked an editorial In the widely-read Satur- the year", and led both the Central and Pacific -'
day Evening' Port. The editorial areues that there Is' Leagues in home runs, hits and run hattert in j
.no comparison between the-Panama Canal and the. .d--. v
-, Jez Canal because that was an Euyptian "enterprise v' Veteran Len Levy resigned a a" coach at the Pittv
qoerated by, the British and the French wereas thecburgh Pirates to devote his full time to private busl-
Panama Canal Zone is "constltutionally-aquired ter- -'ness. Lew Joined the Pirates as a" coach hi, 1938 and
rltory of the United States" by the 1903 Treaty. handled the first base dut!s last season. ?
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, SHESP- THAT 6IRLS ?
BACK HERE HAS STIRRED UP A
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THE FORSIVINO KIND THERE'LL
PAR WHAT n ALLi t
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KJLLEP WHATS RICH, OLD j PRETTY INPWN BR1PE HOWE HE WAS SPLL
. WITH IT f WHAT : : H AM AWFUt JDLHTO HER PRIPEi Nay
YOU KEEP, OUT OF IT.
PO YOU THINK
WE'LL EVER GET;
THIS OLD RANCH
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FOR YEARS, ANP IT i
J-OOKS BAP NOW, BUT
ITS A PRETTY PLACE AND
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LOOK SWELL WET.L PLANT,
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CANT help but J
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BECAUSE IT IS MY BIRTHRIGHT
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f- CERTAINLY W CUJET., VK YOUR. PHONE A r .i
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V with our wives rr -hers ; -r.
F. AT 7H6 AUCTION ) V?NAr', -A ?gR
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! l-fr 1COM PVERTHERE--l-.C'.WEl3tBE.V,tl Tii
2. it' AND CARRY HOME I RIGHT. OVER ) iJ
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WRE UJCKY MEK TO
BE BLESSED with:
PA-'- GLAO Tp HfcLH
(WE PROMISED TO CHERISH t
5; AND TAKE CARE OF THEM
V -WHEN WE MARRIED'
I PONT .UNDERSTAND WHAT5 J v
' HOLDING TH EM UP
L DACWOOO IS: j)
( -HERB'" I
WIVES ARE DELICATE
J AND HAVE TO BE ;
TREATED. A5 YOU
VPS. AND. DON'T THINK
? THEY DONT APPRECIATE;;
ALL. THE UTTL6THIN(
WE DO FORTHpNi
Ay ( IT DOESNT-LOOK SS Y:Hvl WEILL START Jfy
LIKE THEY'RE L ffo A'yP MAVBfW
WyywA COMING TO J f Tfi-MEeT.V
' HELP US L? t uCr THEM -Vp
- TVEH-WE PROMISED TOl
- A THEM 1
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WHEN YOU GET THROUGH
WITH THEM, OFFICER-
TURN THE OVER TO U
r L- IwE-RE JUST NOT