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-A thre-cUy intensive kir. search of a wide jungU area
between Panama City and San B!a,f6r a email plane miss miss-ngeinc
ngeinc miss-ngeinc Friday hae to far been Irtfrtleee.and aU.S. Army
.'arch planVhai, also. been 10. ';';. .VS V..
i Th plan whibh disappeared tuddeniy and rnysterl rnysterl-'
' rnysterl-' ously on Friday was a Cessna 18 owned byTurismo Aereo,
S.A; piloted by tula F, Morales, manager of the airhne.
t His passenger all Panamanians -were a mother,
hr:younr daughter, and two .r;?itt1.; ir
' Mrs,' Cabriela de li Cuard1a;'d. Upez,.fe of Osva
:lo Lopez, and thir youngest daughter, Maria Lopez, Mrs.
Lopez a-sister of Alejandro yu.oj a.
dia, mahager olthe Social Security Boards
" Ceciliai Hernandez, daughter-.architect tu'S-M.
iHerriandez and Mrs: Cecilia Lopez d,Herp4nde?: t
Loris Castro, daughter of U Castro and Mrs. Teresa
Vasquez dV Castro. dUP1: vA ;
Both the Lopez and Hernandez children an meoea of
Ministei of Public Works Robertp Lopez Fabreg?. ;;.
: Th Army plane Which has been tnlaatar ainoa Sun Sun-1
1 Sun-1 day'mSrning was WL'-IJ piloted batU
eulre; whose wif. and child ara quartered at Fort Kobbe.
-John L. Summers, whose, wrfe. lives at JSeJIa V.stA
' V "I L'-S
Since' H'noay mw""'l7
1 Morales' .Cessna 'was reported
Heen seaTcMnn the a to Wl
in a combined cMUan-Anny-Air
Force operation; ot
lithe V;t !e?
" Today the ri Rational
. Guard UerSnrinttround
. .mrcli parties'
dense jungle regions. Eighty
National Guardsmen were re-
t ported to be in the bush In th.
' vicinity of the Mandinga air.
trip mainland near ; San l
Bias Point. Indians and other,
natlTM are also helping In the,
J Meanwhile, Maj Lloyd ,Mc ,Mc-Grady,
Grady, ,Mc-Grady, whq la In charge, of the
, Smed Army-Alt Force search
aid that hope had 'aban 'abandoned
doned 'abandoned of locating either plane
ivi.uiimi nlanes. ana or
tiered tegular, search flights tfl)
' tera tol Mandinga and P
' airport at the. oposa of the
National Guard. The helicopters
, will assist tne grounu bciv.. t
- The Army's L-M was Jast
heard of at :58--on unday
morning when-it sent a rou routine
tine routine radio message saying
. v u oyer Its designated search
5 area five miles south ef Mn Mn-Umga.
Umga. Mn-Umga. At the time it had fuel
i ..n,.rh fnr.three hours flying.
; McGrady ,who la chief of, the
-Rescue co-ordinating 'Center1 at
Albrook-aaid-today that, every
inch jog Jungle that the planes
eould possibly have been hi have
been thoroughly, combed and the
I .'Mat tinm aoV'm was '..the
-,' .ground searchk & ;v
'htish' allot 'Morales
' Was Ukin.: a large party to San
glas in xeiays
- .pt. rrt on his third, trip
of the day with Mts. Lopesf' ahd
tne xiiree uubuw, .
1 )i p ' r
S Everything was normal ex ex-v
v ex-v Jeept that visibility was poor
" owing to cloud. Ten minutes
a, .- taklnr ff. he radioed
'. V routine message back to. Pa-4
: t tilla. JHe wa on tne
' I route and flying over elpud t
: 4,000 feet. k -l V- V
- .Morales was not expected to
. radio afraln and it -was assumed
' 1 he had landed on the Island of
porvenlr as scheduled.
t tr in th morninc another
: mall nlane went ; to" Porvenlrl,
k and as soon s it landed the pi
Jrrorh Ancon Bldg.
iNletslO Day Term
i w George 'Howell, 2T. .Panama .Panama-.
. .Panama-. nlan. was Sent ta lall for 10
days bv Judpre John B. pemlng
at-'alboa Magistrate's Court
to.1ay for steftllnjr five sheets of
galvanlz wS roof In belondnm to
Chain Singh, dlrom Building. 278
t The roofing-, was, valued at
r, -( 4" v jiv 'if p i "i J i '
fiM war asked,-?What. happened
lv-""- JiJ t
to .Morales? rj(ii&.piti wu. v
arrive.'.','-.' 1 v-
Th disaDDearance qi w
tir irrnpn Cessna jynicn-' was
""'- r ; ... fc,
tilla as' xompleie, mystery.
sain, nne-of tne ornciais gi
wHntt th monrph! 'We fcnOW
the radio 'was (ViroriunRi Morales
u tL nnt with nine years ex
npripnee and We cannot under
stand wny ne aia noi r cuuiu
not radio a distress message -If
he Rot Into difficulties. The on only
ly only theory seems to be that the
plane might have' hit a moun mountain
tain mountain top in cloud bu' he seems
7 ..A ..... .-..tj
to have oeen-wo nr i.ior
when., he radioed."
The flieht from raiuua to
San Bias takes just over 20
minutes, Which, meant -t h e
plane was- half way when the
radio message1 was received.
Pilots with.' experience of the
area sav that If Morales had en-
Bine trouble after teat point ne
would either swing to the East
towards -.the -Cheno district
where there. Are a number of
open valleys and clearings or
try to fly stratent on to tne
Mandlnea airstrip on the At
lantic coast. ,-; t
The search planes have scour
ed an, area approximately 3200
sauare1' miles j which takes m
most of an 80-mile, jsectlon of
the Isthmus.- -' v -
Nine 'Civilian aircraft from
Paltllla airport, nine Army alr-
craft of the 937th Engineer
Company (AVN) (IAGS) a Tort
Kobbe .and four Air, Fprce air aircraft
craft aircraft mere involved in Uhe
MEMBERS OF THE
manr Jean' Seaman,. Laura
Claire White,' William White,
l-hold0r. and Other distinguished guest who are: arriving aboard the y ranarna .Liner uristorj&i io attend wa Kooseveit centennial Week. prorV
, grarri Th welcoming ceremony" at the Cristobal pier witl; be oh of the two Roosevelt Centennial Week aventa In whfch' the' Cristobal High;
r School Band wjlf take part Nov. 15, the band will crosstheNlsthrhus t6 j oin the Balboa High School Band lit presenting a" concertat the Balboa'
Heights 'Administration Building following which a" bust of pfesio'ent The odore" Roosevelt will be dedicatedtand i plaque designating th fariarna,-
'Cajnal'as one.ofthe Seven. Engineering Wonders of the United States will be presented. i ( x 1 i i - .- : .J.i;
' Members of the band are: Carol Agee, Beth Bialkowskf,1 Jay Biafk pwskl, Card Bruland, John Burns, Randy Coat: Hanry Colbert; Kenneth
'Cooper, Gerald DeTorej, .Paul Ebdonj Robert Evans; Andrea,Crebien Leonard Hakanson, Judy Hallet, parce Mouse, Bermce HillJack- Holcomb,,
Bill HosanVJohn Humble.'Pat Lawsonr William. Ltnkemann, : Rlclcy '; MaedV Luis: Martin, "Frank McLod,"v Bert Murray,! Philip Sandrt,"t Carol Sea
' ''. "Lei I ft peopk bw tfo truth and the country it ce" Abraham Lincoln. ; : J;
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V S. MILITARY tNITS froni the canal- Zone marching througlj the Fifth of May Plaza during today's Flag Day parade.' The
Joint band is followed by a platoon from the 1st -Battle Group, 20th Infantry, a flight of airmen from AlbrooK Field, a platoon
of sailors from the' 15th Naval District, and a platoon of US Marines from Rodman. The color guard, was from Ft, Amador, -r,-'
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Zone Polling vPlac
As Voters Choose
A steady stream 'of voters
' places in the Canal Zone civic council elections today. zone
students were- manning the booths, and re-routing all sorts
of casual passers-by off the sidewalks, and through the
"democratic processes. Voting Iosfes4t 5 p.m., and first re
tSults are exacted, to he available before" 5.30 p.ttu.
-" Meanwhile 'early voting in: the SUteslde congressional
rlection today was reported Ught j !,v - -
A community wive observance of
the 40th anniversary of the cessation-
of hostilities of the first
World Ward ort Nov. 41,-1818,
later proclaimed Veterns ; Day
is being Jointly piannea oy rne
American Legion and .the Vet Vet-ems
ems Vet-ems of Foreign Wars. Veterans
of afl wars .of the United States
will be honored. '-.-'- "t
Highlighting the Isthmian t
wide celebration of the .Vet 1
eras Day will be two colorful'
parades ore on -each" side tf
the Isthmus. ; v
On the Pacific side, the parade
Will begin at the Balboa High
scnooi ana marcn aown oarne
bv Street to Balboa Road,, turn
ina fleht onto Balboa Road and
Continuing, -down to Roosevelt
Avenue, turning right on. Roose
velt Avenue and into the park
ink lot entering Balboa Stadium
through the north gat ? and fol following
lowing following the cinder track past the
reviewing stand to assigned posi position,
tion, position, on the ball park." ,,.
Included In, the line it march
JDRISTOBAJL HIGH SCHOOL BAND:yvi'irbe 'ori -the Cristobal
Strongman, Joanne ,Tang,
Ewald Wiberg and Tommy
J PANAMA, B P., TUESDAY,
cs Busy Today
was reported at the polling'
will be troops from the United
States Army, Navy and Marines,
also tne Air Force Band along
with contingents of the .Guar
dla Naclonal, Cuerpo -de Bombe
ros and Soldados de la Indepen
dencla of the Republic' of Pan
ama; R.O.T.C. unit and" a band
from the' Balboa High School,
the Spanish American War Vet Vet-ems,
ems, Vet-ems, the Disabled t American
Veterns, the Veterns of Firesn
Wars, the American Legion, Boy
Scouts of America, Girl Scouts
of- America,, American Legion
Auxiliary, and four civic-groups
consisting of H.B.P.O, Elks,
Knikhtsof Columbus, Potentate
AbouSaad Temple, and the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Lions Club.. i
'In ; announcing the local
Tlans for obsedving ; Vfeterns'
Day, Charles L. Wilkins chair:'
man of the Veterans Day Com Committee
mittee Committee said: "As a matter of
community pride, residents.
should take part m this pro
. gram. V- f -4 t'-,'
la'Theriot, Je jryompwn, John Wainla, Mary LoU;Washabaugh, !lroyWrMMga
ilsoivV r'r'. f;;.i V ? ' ' : V ' A' J and holiday, .
NOVEMBER 4, 1958
F J f
RP Woman Deportee Back ; In Zone
Gets HeVWish Return To CZ Prison
led smiling from the U.S. Dis
led smillhy, from the U.8 Dis District
trict District Court at Ancon today aft after,
er, after, she had been sentenced v to
thfea. years at the Canal Zone
Prison for Women, and. Minors
4 at Gatun. ,r I
" She was smillna because; as
she told the policeman wno ar arrested
rested arrested her for returning to the
Canal Zone after importation,
she wanted to go back to the
prison" where life was more de desirable
sirable desirable 'than among the "dis "disturbances"
turbances" "disturbances" and trouble in Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. - -
And Judge Guthrie F. Crowe,
commented that the penalty
of sending people to the pris prison
on prison seemed to be losing its el-
fectlyeness when a stay there
seemed to be, desirable.
Thewoman was 30 year-old
Maria de i los Angeles Moreno,
who has a record of vagrancy
and, Immoral charges In Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, and "loitering" and other
offenses in. the canal Zone,
She -was sentenced w one
year f pr -returning to the Ca
nal Zone after deportation. She
was already on probation for
a ptevious returning offense
which carried a two year sus suspended
pended suspended sentence. Her probation
was revoked and she was order-:
ed to serve. this two years in
Crowe commented that, at
the laft term day st Cristobal
District Court, a San Bias Indian
who had spent the past ten years
almost -continually In Gamboa
pen, had returned to the Canal
Zone again after deportation and
apparently wanted -to go back
to the pen, where he was gard
piers' next Tuesday, Nov. 10, to
'J v (
ener to the warden. He was sefit
back iot one vear,
He 'said a number of people
with no future, went to the pen
for free board atirt WW ;ana
jav.cu ua urn vj ion; wuut
"I feel that the' purpose of
this penalty is being defeated
if, as this woman says, she
apparently, desired to become
tan inmate of the penitentiary
and receive tne ooarq ana
lodging which the. Canal Zone
"I feel that the penalty should
be such that they do not. want
to come back." ,T
The Judge suggested that some
other charge or penalty could
be- devised by the government.
District Attorney Roland K.
Hazard said this appeared to be
a matter for Congress.-
Judge Crowe" said his office
probably could. bring charges
that will bring about a Jail seri
tence -which would be more un unpleasant
pleasant unpleasant .than- a term In the
orison, or in-the pen, with its
"excellent food aond free board,"
rlt appears to me to be a
complete break-down of the sys
tem wnen a person can elect to
go to the pen and be fed for; a
couple of years," ;
'.' h" fcf. .,, V r, mm ',,.,
$15! For Reckless i
Driving In Zone x
Don Frederick. Bradford,- 28,
of the U.S. Navy was fined $18
by Judge John- E, Demlntr at
Balboa Magistrate's Court to
day. from reckless 1 driving on
welcome the Roosevelt Md-
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In Yesterday s
GlashWith Gbps i!
Though 'National Guardsmen had been nlrret i
expect it, there ,vras no violence today ai the annual Flag"
Day pfiftide; includind detachmenrt fmm th lie kA
Services on -the (Cooa Zone,
i nree sruoenrj were superticially wounded by bullets
yesterday in a skirmish-witNational Guardsmen follow
mg the Independence Day students march thrnunh thn
City, i nvM-Vt'i '- y.ij.VJt- T''n "'j w ,t v (v
The wounded students were involved m an incident
in which a group of youths reportedly heckled and later
threw stones, tomatoes ond eont n n et;nrt f kjf-t
buardsmcn. returning from the parade. The Guardsmen
-uo in ine gif. utner students are under arrest for shout shouting
ing shouting jnsultinaremarks at President Ernesto de feGuardial
Jr. as, ha raised the flag in Cathedral Plaza yesterday
i,T KuimiiMll uuerea
any s paraae was that it went
Veterans of Foreign ;Wars whlcKhvepaf ticketed iif tre-
vious Flog Dqy parades did not march today. Spokesmen
ot the two organizations said thev hnA nn
The National Guard, reoortM
today that student leaders f Bias
Bloise, Nicolas P'Anello and Rl Rl-cardo
cardo Rl-cardo Quiros and another' stu student
dent student are under Arrest charged
with assaulting numbers of the
Secret police. "Blbls is in the
Santo' Tomas Hospital' 'suffering
from wound on his head' inflict-
Like today's, yesterday'! pa
rade lacked the color and the
enthusiasm of former years. Not
so many people marched-
-Only delegations 'of goyern--ment
.and private- schools par
tlcipated,' in pntrast to for former
mer former years when all high school,
students took part, each with
Its own drum and bucIe'orps.
Yesterday; few school delega delegations
tions delegations were accompanied by
musicians. ' f
Shortly- after the flag-raising
ceremony x. conaucted by Presi President
dent President Ernesto de la Quardla Jr.
yesterday mornlne In Cathedral
plaza a. homemade- bomb went
off,4muring an ll-yearold girl.
Several firecrackers which were
set off caused a brief panic a
mong the spectators and the
students gathered at .plaza, u
Two members .of the National
Guard were i Injured by. stones
thrown during yesterday's brief
skirmish on -West .i7th?street
near the Santa Rita ball park.
Groupsof Jeering students re
portedly followed a detachment
oi (lawunRi i,- uuRrasmeir: wno
were going back to their headT
2 Die In Cqllfsbn
Ilccr Vixmi Cily
A man and a woman were
killed early today, and four per
sons inj ured, In ,a- traffic crash
near, the Casa HOsSda-'cn 'the
Trans-Isthmian Highway. The
collision occurred about 2 a.m. -,.
The dead are Guiflermo Gua
Jardo, 24, and Mrs; Dora Barrow
Cranford.'Sl, also a Panamanian.
Mr,. Guajardo. was reportedly a
- An American' soldier'- Artgel
Floreg Rivera, 24, was the driver
of a private canal: Zone vehicle.
His home, is In Puerto. Rico. He
was Injured but hot hospitalised.
Walter VUlegaa Crawford, 32,
the driver of a- statlonwagon,'ls
hospitalized, as are Jose'Gordqn,
1 inH Uail,1 flnvAivn -41 M r
tnut ,.. v.n. uu.uuu .x..,r
These two deaths brought-to
a total of four the traffic deaths
so fat recorded during the cele celebration
bration celebration or the Independence Day
festtvltlea In Panama, Z1-1-
, More than -' 63 persons were
treated at' Santo TOmag Hospital
inarched through Panama
v .u r.
ror rne smoothness of.toi.
of exactly otime, an.Mnt
quarters following their paraded
"uwmK wraaroes and eggs at -them
at first. "
Then, they started throwin
"tones, which some of th5
Guardsmen accompanying tha
Those Whn r..lj
--T.--vinci as.- jtaui Fere i -Moises
Mor n iJTl ,Jiwt 18
bertn T"u "mas AI-
"Followinir tha'o1.''.h W 1
posted on the sidewalks.'
otu"i Avenue and wavM tUmJZ'
as they organised laVBRSB
march un t sn. 1
.where they teSTbng r
n A InclJent in connect,
red at the Cathedral Plaza wherf t
the student delegation of th
Wlowlnj: only their flag bearers
Znt past Presidencia'
started at the Bellsarlo perrat-
.Wasa and ended at the Fteneh i
Plasa, narttclpatinr nnlta,'- ,f
the U.S. Armed Forces wera
rountily applauded bv the peoZ
pie who lined the sidewalks
watch the parade. '(! f
In Colon, where the festivities;
will be transferred tomorrow -for
the observance of Xoloff Day,,. -special
precautions are beln'sTta
ken. by the National1 Guard" in
the lljtht of widespread rumors i
that students plan to disrupt'; V
uw nsr aae mere. 1 r .,"-!.
President de la Guardla t
scneduiei to teview'. tomorrow'
narade from a stand opposite;
the Colon Municinal Coime 11
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Police ;Radio: Fills
Breach' Fnr Dead
Hospitaj phones v I
- Telephone tommunicationa 1
broke down Saturday : eveninc
between Cristobal, and Coco So Solo
lo Solo hospital.
A police car went to the hOs
pltal and waited 'outside and and-telephone
telephone and-telephone 'calls were shuttled bv bv-an
an bv-an operator to the deskxsergeant
at Cristobal Police Station whq
radioed the officer In the police
car who trotted into the hos- a
pltal 'with the- message. ;
Twenty calls were handled
this wav during, the nine hour
break, Several were- emergency
alia, ,'. : ,
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JU ,..?Sj: GLOOMY SUNDAYS HVfr'
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! Whe all this fatherly aitecUon ahd tompanioiuWp the
.bsyenoiogua keea talking tiuWA toupla of. those toiras ougnt
Jo spend A weekend or two on the Zone to see an the fun dads
iiave with their children. '5 :-
S 'There probably are some fathers who make a genuine effort
ito spend some time with their -fchiloren oh their oif-duty hours,
'but I'll be willing to bet there are morewho wish, the little
monsters would -quietly disappear until schoo time Monday
I A casual Vudlo surveyv lh my neighborhood Indicates more;
'spankings and scolding oa Sunday than Any -other day pi the
Jweek. Junior-has -ho-appreciation, of the viact that his, parents,
.partied until the wee hours. , J
Junior's usual hour, for climbing out of bed,; normal wwdy-;
ilng and demands for something to eat are met witl loud grim-.
bungs by hung-over parents.' 1 ;
I dare you to find two- dads out of tv who- do not spend
Hheir Sundays sleeping UU, then spending. 'the rest of the day
slumped in. a chair In front of the TV with a bottle of beer In
Sone hand and the Sunday paper in the -other.; No time for kids,
j Child Sympathiser
I How about a word of thank's and congratulations to all the
adults who wprked and planned for, the. painless Halloween night
The kids had' A wonderful tlme at supervised parties which
kept them off the streets and out. of mischief.. And peace-loving
ipeople In the Zone, at least, should.be grateful tp be saved the
trouble of acraplng soap,1 retrieving' porch furniture and raking
tap strewn garbage Saturday morning. V -,
1 Some cider kids and aaults witu good memories. may regret
'the serene tone that Halloween activities have assumed in these
' modern years, but Personally, I think it's a welcome change.
, .., .. .r. Grateful
ZONE. PAYS FOR BATTERY OF INSPECTORS
I One of the" things that gripes me about the milk, neat, and
Imany others -purchases of Panama-produced' goods .for; Canal
feone use v the excessive number of American1' inspector whose
Salaries I have to help pay for, , r '.ti 'Js :
And' why? ; 1 .'. ,',
J Just because f these producers won't, police themselves well
enough to turn out a consistently acceptable, sanitary product.
In one ot your letters from a milk producer, I observed that
"Canal Zone and US military agencies seeme.d to have so many
linspectors the lnspectprs were inspecting each other, i .v
This is just what I object to.. Some inspectors, OK, but .so
!m'any, means much substandard stuff Is offered. j
Why can't the Chamber ot Commerce s?em to marshajits
members for -sanitation and; sakdajditlpn of ptbducts? They
f seem to act as one man wb4nMrifftmes3o shouting at the ,Qanl
(Zone the customer. r
I w Consumer
Z As a foreign resident recent arriving in Panama I cannot
uhelp commenting on the apparently absuri way In' which busi
ness is carried out nere.
As soon as somebody comes
Wss not necessarily a gimmick but a good solid business pro proposition
position proposition serving: the public AH the otnerj financiers In' town
ymmealateiy do tne same wing, saiuraw ine marnei or exr.ausi.
the facilities and very soorj .the business is ruined for every everybody.
body. everybody. ., '. : "'''. '
I commented soon after my arrival in Panama' on the vast
'fleet of shrimp boats in the bay. They tell me one firm started
shrimping a,nd found it was on to a good thing until umpteen
otln- shrimping outfits started up. and now theer are more
i, shrimp boats than shrimps.
( Exactly the same situation has arisen" with the supermar supermarkets,
kets, supermarkets, it is fine to see Panama- with modern spacious supermar supermarket
ket supermarket but there are so many of them; They are vast palacial
'j places but there will soon be more supermarkets than cus cus-'tomers.
'tomers. cus-'tomers. ;4 '' v
t And the latest example to illustrate the fact, that too much
competition ruins business for everybody is the taxi fiasco.
'iThere are no less than 16 taxf firms now operating in Panama
City .11 or at least there were when I checked the telephone, di directory
rectory directory a few moments ago.
i All of them have similar names and similar cars and too
ew custoaiers. The, sixteenth : lrmstarted.operatlng only- a
5few weeks ago with no premises: It jupt comandeered a section
Zof curb and built1 a little booth on the. sidewalk. There, are
probably several more that -either haven't got' Into the telephone
directory yet or I haven'tnoticed.
1 I could go oh all day listing the businesses which have been
iTulned in this, manner, and I don't know much about this tolace
wet. One section of Panama's commerce'.whlch seems to strug strug-;gle
;gle strug-;gle gamely on despite all obstacles such as lack of custom custom-ers
ers custom-ers Is the bar trade. "i-tX :'"'
It is quite possible to find yourself a-private bar in Panama
'City. I know because I have a private bap myself at no extra
cost sometimes interloping customers- barge in but they seldom
3 stay for long. ?t r
4 Seems to me Governor Potter made a lot ,of good Points
j when he spoke toythe Chamber, of,, Commerce recently but
I whether they were well taken Remains to be seen, .There are so
many opportunitler for investing a little fapltaV ih-.panama that
merfs is no need lor people to
J Why don't these comerclantes stoplt trying to edge a fast
ibuck at someone else's expense
money doing a good job?
For the Best
in ncwand entertainment w
With adeouate knbwledpe iif i HI-FI nA!&
Electronicsrv Bilingual. Goocl references v
,! required. Excellent future, for right per
J' son.' ''''J-':b' ';. ' V'? :
r Apply in writing, submitting pholot tot
nANACElif BiolU Panama, W P.
upon a new idea
for a busl-
tread oh- tach oTOer's;:toes.
and make themselves some good
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By VICTOR RIESIL
He looked like any businessman
bo-raUig the 8 a.m. TWA trans
continental plane i at thr las An
geles Airport last Wednesday" But
be wasn't a businessman.' he was
a labor courier carrying some
amau uunuie pouucai : Doruo-
snells all? 'those bundles were also
packaged evidence that labor and
its allies had developed into one
ot tne smoothest, most hard-hit;
coaii ions in the land. 4
J The man on the a.m. airliner
naa wiu mm several sets of taped
television attacks on the : "Right "Right-to
to "Right-to Work" forces. These tanes were
cut into Z2 -minute packs ses re
plete with orchestra, singing bits
and a telephone routine by Georgie
Jesel. s - x,
Sadin and 3V time hari hpn nil-.
chased in advance. All that wasp
finariAn tarti aniitcAivnrt Ha iitArtt
v-a. tt m at a jsu i avvviiu uciiTW J
ot the tapes: safely into the hands
of local campaigners. The tape cut
ting ana tne personal delivery was
arranged bv Iabnr't own radio and
TV consultant, Morris Novik, who
had been oushinff for nackeed do-
litical showmanship by. the AFL
ana uu since l40. i
The man on the t a.m.: aot off
at Salt tke City just long enough
to pass one of the Canned shows
to a courier from the labor-c t zens
commitee of Pocstello, Idaho.
Then (the transcontinental travel
er got back on, using the same
ucxet, and repeated the operation
in uenver. Then pack on the plane
to Kansas City, Kans. where the
waiting messenger Picked uo the
pacxet una maae lor rooeica.- And
so on to Columbus, 0.,' that night.
The tapes. : cut. bv entertainer
all day Sunday were also rushed
air freight northward from : Los
Angeles to Washington.
In each city the labor lasers and
their citizens committee and po-
nucai iues cut me woe ana in inserted
serted inserted local politicos between Je Je-sel,
sel, Je-sel, Eddie Cantor, Harry Truman
and Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt..
Ever where this hit the air. over
the next few days as a local oper
ation, it was a symooi or the final
swing of the wheel for labor's oo-
litvcal strategy: It was a Ions way
irom tne type of noisy, tumultuous
campainging which lost so heavi heavily,
ly, heavily, for labor in the Ohio election
In 1950, the national labor lead
ers pubjicly threw their taun's,- in
suits and treasuries at the late Se
nator, Robert Taft. -
The United Labor Leaeue of O-
hio, for example, cot un s cotiic
book lampooning Mr.' Taft.. The
union flooded Ohio with the' two two-color
color two-color job. It attacked Taft lor not
backing public housingMThe Sen Senator's
ator's Senator's campaign strategists, head headed
ed headed by L. Richard Guvhy. a bright
New York, public relations man,
then produced a letter from Harry
"uear Bob: I'm-sorry you didn't
get to the White House for the
signing of the Housing bill. Mo
one worked harder for this mea measure
sure measure than you did."
Then the Republicans boueht un
tens of thousands of the conve
books and distributed thm to turn
the propaganda table on the la
Daily Mr. Guylay and his ssio-
ciates picked up some bit of loud
labor nolitickine and turned it a-
gainst them: He even enticed some
of the unionist to twins wild. And
there was plenty of exploit.
The late Bill Green, then presi
dent of the AFL, publicly annotic-
m: ust wnut may. we'll beat
Taft. We'll beat him with ito-
Other national labor chiefs
pounced on the Ohio cimpaien.
The louder the attack, the greater
the union financial comr buttons,
the more the evidence of support
pouring in from na'ion! labor
headquarters eveywhere, the more
votes Guylay piled tip for his can candidate,
didate, candidate, i
.The result' is history. The oast
is prelude. In this campaign Walt Walt-ef
ef Walt-ef Reuther hit the sir on!" bnc,e
with a major talk.. So did George
Meany. Everywhere regional la labor
bor labor leaders and the'r oolitical
colleagues told national personall-
ues to. stay out. Each, regional
and local union had its own money
and mach'nery. ?
Invthe last' weeks of the cam campaign,
paign, campaign, routine union activftv droo drooped
ped drooped off 50 Ter cent, according to
one national survey. In the final
week it slid off to the barest oper operations..
ations.. operations.. On Elect'on D tM ? ol
thousands of the 70.000 local union
headquarter across the land, will,
in effect, be oolitical centers.
,The lesson nf the lPO "i"aUn
Hps ben well learned. Union po politics'
litics' politics' has a bome-made label to
i ; It was not unta tht 18th eenri
tury.that'prlsone began to ba'
used for, tha .'punishment etut
correction of law violatore,
Until then, prisons were places -where
accused were held pand-1
lng trial. After tha triaH the.
sentence of the court-death,!
bodily, punishment or fine fine-was
was fine-was carried out immediately.,.
There it were no prisoil aen aen-Wces;tnthoWiIaya.v;JR'
Wces;tnthoWiIaya.v;JR' aen-Wces;tnthoWiIaya.v;JR' .'.
j t gnerclpai ritnlea
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n mi Ji i )i mini i I'm' I .1 il l l l .'
: '1 'Y
v THREE-WHEELED COMFORTOne way to eliminate cold rain down the hecks of its s r
-1 officers is being considered by the St. Louts', Mo., police traffic division.. Low pperating cost
rmd shelter for the bluecoats are big reason why the department, 'may replace their : motor-. p'.:
' rvcles with scooters of this type. v 1 v . V
Some professor or other lias re re-eentiy
eentiy re-eentiy auvanced the idea thatuhe
fju-st uuman to venture uno va
ou.er jpace will not necessarily
have to be a superman, or even
a psychologicallreak. .
v'xne proi recnons that all he
needs to be is an experienced test
puoi wno is in oiu nana at ine
problems of sUess. The engineers
will have to solve phys'cai prob problems
lems problems of pressurization, anti-radiation,
and weigntiessness. -vand the
rest is up t pmere man.
I will buy inij wnoiiy. jduck
Roger' main problem, "w ll be
stress,' bo h emotional y and phy physically;'
sically;' physically;' and as in the case of
athletes or ln'anirymen, resistehce
to stress can be built through con constant
stant constant training.
To this end I'd like to suggest
a base training course for thei
space cadets. ,,.
Tha. main- requirement is" uiati
the candidate be married. Not on only
ly only will he have become accustom'
ed to stress and strain, but the
average married man will do any
thing to get out of the house. He
nun i be a man of family, too,!
because a rainy Sunday and a
house fill" of kids can develop v
mazing reservoirs -of resiliency
and adaptability. t j
The first step-in-4h (elimination
will be to make-fcOur.&jtandidte
spend a weeK auer vnnsimas ry-
gives patented blowout protection in tho
mimm II; w mmm i i i uilmiwtwn'
changes sudden blowouts to safe s-s-slowouts
OtiAlnclttiaitc c&tc&lccidU :::ca 7 JSCS
rt nptda.214Q'n M9U
v, -A DAyiD: Nmnjo y Aroscmcm SAK'TIAO: JulioSpicgcI
? 'i'VCHITRE: JeCaride;LAS TABLAS: S ilvcrioVilkrtcal Jr.:
" By- bub:ruark;
,('.', q i i a
uig to return jtems- lo 'a ladies'
specialty shop He will ask for' a
castt reiuna not credit o his
account, , t 5 J
'lo separate the- men from the
boys, he will have lost the sales
Slip. k ' 1 l
U be fails this simple one', he
is passed over, bu.-u ne einerges
triumphant, we proceed to Phase
tie w&Jidw drive from New
Yorx toan 'rauciico wun wi.e,
three kids, id mother-in-law,, ad ad-jus
jus ad-jus mg coui'i station stops, loud
plaints for water--and hot dogs,
aboi-uve map readings, and wrtug
routings, to h'sVown guilty perso personality.
nality. personality. This brings OJt tie scni scni-zophrenia
zophrenia scni-zophrenia quo ient be ieved neces necessary
sary necessary in a space traveler, lie must
pretend :hat the real- him isn't
there;-:t's the othej' hira that's lak-J
mg the kicking.
If he proves' 0 bft' saner than
the psychiatrist, who tes's him In
San Francisco, he stacks Phase
Three: --""' -
.. He will take the entire entour entourage
age entourage on a guided tour of Europe,
musing on- cba eau, no gallery, SoJ
monastery, and will keep tabs on
all luggage,'1 currency and pass passports,
ports, passports, not, to mention tips, tummy-,
aches, homesickenss' and the' lan language
guage language "barndr. If lie ccmes tWrp"h
this one, he .graduated' into what.
tire and tube ; ; pri';' rangev.'
RUBBER FIRST IN TUDELE5
v V ji4 "(j, ti,", V
a eal eel ihfo Acretpraled Course
.This is' comprjed of irfe.urnmg
0 Aew for ate oa-Labor Day
night on the Long Island Rail
noao; satisfactorily, expiam.ng
ipsjck suie.is La uis couar wnen
he has ostensibly been playing pok
er Wfiti Uie teiows;' uaiupurang
a heavy suitcase on the subway
uur iig the rush hour: rying to,
get Keven vninese laununes noi i:
uuiT Siarcn in amrL col ars-- r-
trieving a pair of boxer 'shorts
from a hotel iaunarV with the elas elastic
tic elastic waistband -still ela's ic; and try trying
ing trying -o buy a deube4ireasled suit
atiitrooks Bros. -1
- -. v 3
Nowvwe are ready for ihe1 gra-
..ti....;i. ....... .. ....",'rT t
duation test, which is; almost' lm
po.Sime 10 pan except or semi semi-supermen.
supermen. semi-supermen. Ihts is first composed
of ge ting away from' bores who
cruwd. you into corners at cocktail
parties,. later later refraining .o
cut yourself shaving when you are
already 10 minutes' la tor the
business ; appointment, and finally,
to argue ra iohally with- any wo-'
man whatsoever wi hout fxunning
into the phrase ". .but how about
you?"-;,,;,,,,. ,).uo, y
I consider that- any,. glentleman
wht can fly .'hrough the above
real'y heeds no pressure chamber.
This kid will .be immune .to, all
the bressures that,,be, "on .the
- N 5 3 V!
.. $ 'ti IT
EN" ROUTE THROUGH' THE'for". the' Pennsylvania Railroad In
MIDWEST The rolling, golden
countryside, ou the prairie states!
does not at first glance give any,
impression of political ferment
reopie are more concerned witn
getting' in bumper- crops and get getting
ting getting back to work than with Rus Russian
sian Russian Sputniks or political speech
es w the danger of strontium 90
They know In a vague sortr- of
way mat uus deadly -radioacuva
fallout has contaminated the milk
m wew York State dairy herds,
and that radioactive nacking straw
from the wheat fields of Kansas
ruined film in Rochester, N. Y.
Howeverj ,x these are problems
which ordinary, folks can't settle
and most -ordinary folks have giv given
en given up worrying about them.
The danger of war over the dis distant
tant distant island of QuemoyJ on the oth other
er other hand, has caused enough wor worry
ry worry for oeoole-tO' write letters to
the State Department. ,' .- v
;. And when V'ce-nresMent Nixon
blasted the leak of this critical
-mail a nahntnpinc Sprret a rv Dul
les, Dulles then read his mall
What he read helped to reverse
American policy in the Far East.
Democracy in the, form of mail
woriteu. -j t (
Generally,- however farmers are
a bit bored with the politicians.
People in the- cities are not. Ma-
fly had to look around for new
jobs, had to Search frantically) in
oraer to feed their children.
And it's In Hie cities "that Eisen
hower and Nixon will liaveto
switch a lot of votes jf they want
to stem the trend, to the (Demo (Demo-era
era (Demo-era ts. Here is what is happening
iA the key states;, ... '.
The man, who will nrobably be
the neit governor of Ohio was one
"z- '; .v -'"r'w iw
uon uunnE me Korean war ior
TOer price aaminisrrior i man i'i
Salle... Labor ,and industry .mdn't
like him when he1, keot wages anil
prices down,, but he 'tktpt f there
With the rUuitfentnr"tlvinif.a
Tot of oeop' now retne"ber thii.
M1U 7. T- A
Therefore, Dl Salle; a Democrat,
will Ttrohnblv perform the no' tic.
al mracle of defeating a sitting
wernibUcan, governor yvluro
Nelll. fter only one term 1
' O'Neill,'- incidentally. received
$3000 in ..caranian, funds .from
Bill PresserV CleveUpA Juke ,Box
nd Teamster; bOsCwhici" hasn't
helned Jil fe-election chances
Newspaper poll in Cleveland
Democratic oDponent.' ex-Congress
inan Seve Yoni?. is rurm'na f?r
ahead in samplings of, city sent;
nenr.-'4, "T 2 T'YWft ; i
o This Is partly because-'of the
nmocratfp trend, partly" -because
Ohioans are now wise to the man-.
ner in -which 'Honew- John" Irc
ker has conducted his law office
In Columbus for ie bnefi of the
Pennsylvania Rauroad. while t he.
n kev raemneri a' the-Intestate
Commerce committee; does favors
younxrfown Jind. I'mcinnan T m
show thatsehrz-'Bdnisst hr,
Jtricker mi V .be" Irf'-ffouhlfc-H
m ijm a,.
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New' York' Service
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Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Carga
7 -3 r- , v
. Weekly tailings of twelve passenger ships to New
- Vorkr New Orleans, Los Angeles, Sun Francisco
V ,; ;f f r and Seattle. C 5
5 ,',,',: ; : i t w i" r
ntlAL ROUND TRIP PASSE.N(iER FARES FROM
.0.7 u, CRISTOBAL AND OB BALBOA:-
T New tork and Return ... .. .. .... $240.00
' To Los Anreiea and San Francisco and k
; i' Returning from Los Angelea 1270.00
l('Te Seattle and' Return ....,,.. I365.0C
Brickeri organization is so
strong, however, that he'll proba
hlv he reiee.eH
" j.. ...
xIn Indiana, Republicans are run-.
mng not against the Democratic
'Senate candidate, Vance Hartke.
out agaiasi waiter fteutner.
The people are tired of being
dominated by hoodlums and ang.
sters who ruled the unions,'- pro proclaimed
claimed proclaimed Sen. Bill Jenner- as he
took off his coat, loosened his tie,
and launched what he called a
"fight for survival", speech at In Indianapolis.
dianapolis. Indianapolis. t.
. It was Teamster 'boss Jimmy
Hoffa, Republican, Reuther's arch archenemy,
enemy, archenemy, who was found by a Sen-
ate committee to be guilty of tha
hoodlumism- Reuther waa given a
clean bill of health, But people
don't remember that, and "don't
elect Walter Reuther" is -the most
effective campaign slogan the Re-
publicans have. J
v fThe" Democrats are putting m
wui, mejr cu- niga-ievei cam- i 'v I
paign," orated Bill Jenner, refer-, t
ring to tne tact that the Demo-
crats have not run against Sher-
man Adams and 'Bernard Gold Gold-fine'
fine' Gold-fine' "A. high-level eampaijm, is V.'
campaign where the New Dealers -'
use big" words so we .will not i
catch on it is the same old smear,
campaign." ... -1; i
JNot only is there little heard a,
bout Goldfine and Adams- from' ;
Democratic orators, .but thev ara
not even -running against .Quemoy ;
and MaUu. ; -'-., -j i
.iiiis ii pernaps noi so mucn De-
cause Sen. Lyndon Johnson and
Speaker Sam Rayburn want to
keep foreign policy out of tha
campaign, but because Vahce Hart-;
ke, Democratic mayor of Evans Evans-ville,
ville, Evans-ville, who's running for the Sen- -ate,
iinds a smile, his pretty, wife
and five children more effective.
Jenner is a terrific campaigner.
He- has a big following among
Indiana Republicans. An old .friend :
of Joe McCarthy this will be Jen Jenner'
ner' Jenner' s last battle as a senator. Ha
retires this year.- t
His frenzied,. last-minute "Mc-Carthyite"-
Reuther- may catch up with Hart-'
ke, but 'at- the present moment
Hartke's in the lead.'- ;
r MeCARTHYlSM IN UTAH
-'The onr state where McCarthy
ite campaigning is making bead-1
way is Utahi Paradoxically it'a
being used, against Sen. Arthur 1
Watkms, Republican,! the man who
which censured McCarthy. 'As a
result, Watkins-may be defeated,
t The reason is a three-way race
with x-Govv ii Bracken Lee. Re-
-publieaiii f aiming 6 the"For.A-
'meric'i;:party and taking f'.mora
votes away from his old- Republf-
can' colleague,' Watkins, than from
the Democrat, Frank Moss.v
Lee's platform is somewhat si similar
milar similar to Jenner's- political views
-abolish the income tax, abolish
the draft, take the -U.S. out of the -United
Nations and, that UN -out
of the-U.S.4 'i -
Supported by Clarence Manson,
ex-dean of the Notre Dame law
school,, Gen.--Al Wedemeyer and
Dan Smooth, r former broadcaster
f or ,'Texas. oilman H' L. Hunt, Lee
it rolling in campaign funds and
is urp of 'a, big protest vote-,, a,-
gainsi, JLisennower. ; ; -.
So is one great isolationist, Jen Jenner
ner Jenner of Indiana, bows out" of the
Senate,1 anothef, '.Lee of Utah,
may bow in. 1 '" i
ironic fact is that Lee admits
privately he woujd khave with i
drawn from 1 the th1rd-rarty race
If" any ofhii eld1 Republican
friend ha a 'inked him i earlier.
they didn't and now it's too lata,-'
. .. ....hot, lw 11
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.HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Hoi Hoi-lywooa
lywooa Hoi-lywooa and iirpeviua:iJtyne
ManiLelO't 'iiUOitt: is shydafrxng
bout hef- to-mattTf s rich-Okie
acr in Hornby HiHs, her IJief e
are' mora m.ck litf losu' than
there are job miaJtUarms: but' Uie
i-uoio -a "! just atoudaerinfvyjtt
tinderstafli and not ihinking. about
iL At lean, no; ttyinrto uunk i-i
bout it; As ,one 20tt century- ox
s.ndio spokesmitn jttiidciieeo?
try io a some bung about it, and.
to tr to do aometnuJi t; about :$
WoiLa be impossibie'f Y
Wonder what they, thoupt wheii
ii waa' announced" dream
house would have 11 ba blooms,'
one 'M them :.wih nfurVwalls'
did for a lew ; minutes Jayne
and her, Mickeyn y be dreaming
about landing xoijJ in two iorth iorth-coming
coming iorth-coming Fox movies as yet n iu
cast. The titles at jleast, are ap appropriate;
propriate; appropriate; ' Y ,.- s
One is Holiday fof Lovers!'
and the o her is VSawdust Sere Serenade."
nade." Serenade." Y7'';;.; Vv vl-'Y Y
HOLLYWOOD IS playing a; new
game, "What's: th Question V To
This -Answer?"': f ; 'V
Inspired, of 6urse, Dy- ,the TV
quiz show, scandals I i..;Y r-
And Mort SaW'i patter inspir inspired
ed inspired Dean Mar.in, playing the game,
flipping Ml ton Berle the answer,
'Washington i Irving."
'Who" wrote JThe .Legen; of
Sleepy H o 1J.0 w?" questioned
Berte. .. ; Y' i
"Nope," replied Dean.! '.Thecor '.Thecor-rect
rect '.Thecor-rect question,;; is. 'i'Who: was our
frit president?' ', Y.
Bene: 'But Washington irvs
ing' is the wrong-answer."
Dean: "Nope, ? you're -! wrong.
The answer s, "Washington Irv
JERRY LEWIS, due for a
guesting on' Eddie Fisher's TV
show, wired Wm from Las Vegas
'Have, Great Idea. Will Sing
There's Nothing Like a Dame!'.
THERE'S AN endotan Y ra
note on the menus in ihe 20th
Ceniury-Fox studio cafei Notice
to visitors reading, "Please do not
request autographs while Mn "din "dining
ing "dining roomi' I can remember when
stars had ithelr luncheons upset
when v they weren't asked for u u-i
i u-i graphs. .Drag note:- The New
York license plate bn Yul Bryn Bryn-nerls
nerls Bryn-nerls curttix JfYBSW-Her'Aakecl.
for a numboc-with his .agcbut,;
was'takenai";- ly zV ,i(.4M'
PI ANO fWHlZ Van jblibura a'hd
hU aeents. are Dlaraa a, new- me
lody; They agreesiib bi!ri.hat.
he should makers' fJm debut as
an actor,- not a pianist. Nowr let's
hooe he doesn't know how. lo ride
a horse, -w ..tJWaitoer. Bros., chang changed
ed changed the name of. Miss USA, Eur Eur-lyne
lyne Eur-lyne HowelL to A?!ene Howell for
her1 : film emoting. There.; wi!l .be
nn chancre, however.- in her 5 ac
cent,; The long hot southern drawl
is sun wiin us. -. .nounie. jiu,
Meted Out To Five
For Nigeria Riots
) IBADAN, Nigeria (UPl) v-A
British, court yesterday ssnteneed
five more men to death for their
oart in bloody riots-. here last
March. i .''''::..'. Vt.'.'y
Courts now have sentenced 25
Nigerians to .death, for, participat
ing ,in the rlos in which 20 .per
sons were killed. Another .70 per
sons are awaitini trial in Ibadan,
key city oi.the West: African col colony
ony colony which will receive independr
ep"" from Britain in 1960.
The fts' were ( touched off by
the acc'dental death, iit"a:Wghway
accident of Alhali Adeeoke Acel-
abu, leader of the opposition- West'
isigenan- Farjy. it toor pouce
three, days to queel the disorders
' ,V .'''',':', .:'': '' -i-V.:. v'.;.
the glamour boy of football,' has
acting coach Natasha. Lyt&s on
the .sidelines while he plays pro
i ball,ior the Toronta Argunaus
warmine him'. v'' for a role t in
thfc movie "Battier Flame'.?' .'k No November.4;
vember.4; November.4; He'll .call time out Iroui
football; for the ro.y
" ( its'. i"i
i STEVE COCHRAN'S fihalir out
oh, .parole ;: After a jiOijg career", of
playing eanesiers ana -eavies.
he's a: cop :in "The BeatGenera'
tion.". One iway of beating the
! Tina 'i ("God's Uttle Acre")
Looke d gles into a; slip for her
third movie in a row. This" :time
it's weSiern.'- "The .Hanuman.t'
but I suppose a buckskin g 11 p
wouldn't hang rignt, t ess park
er, .finally free of his 4 Walt db'
ney contract, plays the film's she
riff with Bob Taylor as his depu
ty, And that's an angle we ve
been overlooking in. these adult
In Ihe bid days, the- star always
had to be the sheriff.
No one ever wante"d to be a de-
du.v in HoUvwoca until now,
f After a year, oi aomg notning,
Parkpr'n nnlv career nlans are
to "keep busy." He's been asked
to play Daw Crockett (the char character
acter character is in public domain and
could: be used without, Disney's
b.essing) in a mov e and in a TV
series., but the big guy drawls
"I keep wonderin' if the. char-J
acter snouia oe riaaen to aeatn.
I think I'd rather go on to some
thing else." !Once ou spokenly
"grateful" to Disney for the
''King of the Wild Frontier" tile,
Fess say's he chanced the word.
I ''today" be told me,' "I'm Just
Oh, yesw Almost forgot. Mil
ton Berle says, he's eeing wt wt-em
em wt-em his year, too. One of his
'writers is a horse.
BALD YWIN9 PERMANENT
(17PI1 Druggist John Clifford,
54, who won a permanent wave
in a raffle, is bald.
' IN FOR SHOCK
INDIANAPOLIS (OTI) The
thief who stole 41800 worth of
clothes from Car owned by Mrs.
Jane Moore is In for a shock.
Mrs. Moore, a sales representa representative'
tive' representative' tot a.fU:m.that.makes burial
clothes, said all, the garments
are sut, open down, the pacx.
LISH0H (UPiy DlaniaH-
no r-reuas ana nis wne leanea
out the .window of .; -, their mod
est. home in the cramped ."Bair
to'' Alto" district yesterday to
watch firemen at work on the
street below. The fire chief ex
citedly ordered them out to the.
street; it was uiamanuno s top
floor, that was on fire.
!MEMPmS; ennrUPI j&oo
officials have found : out why
ouddy, a male baooon, was so
cool toward the new mate" they
ordered ior him. The mate, ship
ped r here from san" Antonio
i ex.,: also is maie.
CALL; SHERLOCK HOLMES
LONDON (UPI) Scotland
Yard -today mobilized detectives
and 'toii11te&44tch,V for a
petty thielJwiSj stole quarter quarter-pound
pound quarter-pound pt tea anf(f$ti2 ffpm a
table in Scauand; Yard's ji w n
PATCHING tfiP RELATIONS
CAIRO (UPI) -France and
Egypt, havjB. started talks here on
ways to restore normal economic
relations disrupted by the 1956
Suez ycrlsisr Representatives meet
again Thursday after a 90-minute
opening session Tttesday.5? s;
rtt i it
. V eww ttade Utf Ti l eiirtfully packoIn iu- Y
! Y nlnom foil. Thift why iny tin of th day, any 1
mho of thi ywr, my plici In thl drld ou bir 1
' -; u tmtm iujwo w tenmr leaf tea, hot i
y ; ;-Tif oMt-.li7 tarMiiiitjm'r''-'r : 't
'SPK S$m lea
LITTLE ROCK. Ark. ftTPH
Rov WUklhs: executive cnt&rv
of the National Association-for
the Advancement of Colored
Colored People' von Gov. Onral
B. Faubus efforts to maintain
! "I have no hart nrrt fnr him
I trust he stays healthy and active.-
comlnir out on odd-numhor.
ed days with new plans .to re-
piaee tnose which did not work
on even-numbered, days.'r. :
it PINE 'MISSILES Italia
Defense mimsier ana vepww
'Premier Antonio' Segni, above,'
"announced that his country will
'establish a "limited" number of.
HiSi" intermediate range mw mw-Wie
Wie mw-Wie bases on its soil;: The
hanei.- eXDected to be armed
. ivith Jupiters, wiU probably be
in the AIds and Appeninei
'Italy thus joins -Britain as the
only two members of NATO to
accept nuclear equipped nus
Jallei from America,
old German girl who says rock
ir roil singer rvi. tivia wesiey
is her boyfriend, on Presley's
"He is so genetous, easy-going,
relaxed, soSd so different
from what J thought he'd be."
v WASHINGTON UPI) i- Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic .National Chairman Paul
Butler, on Democratic prospects
FRANTCFirRT riermaKv fTTTJTA I r,"7 vAM nlr.Ir nri ihrPA rr fmir
i-MargTit. Buergin,- the 16-year- new governors, approximately
11 or 12 Senate seats" end.',
seats in the House."
WASHINGTON (UPI) Re Republican
publican Republican National Chairman
Meade Alcorn, on Republican
"The country will see 's o m e
very interesting and exciting
TOKYO (UPI) -Tokyo v. Higher
Court Thursday turned down ..the
appeal of U.S. Airmail. Bruce Car-i
melle, 20, of Chicago, and con confirmed
firmed confirmed his four-year prison sen sentence
tence sentence for auto theft. Carmelle was
convic(ed by the Tokyo- District
Court last June of hitting a taxi taxi-cab
cab taxi-cab driver on the head with a
hammer and taking his cab,
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MEMPHIS. NOV. 4 (UPI)
Singer-comedian Danny Thom Thom-aa
aa Thom-aa broke ground here yesterday
fof a two million dollar chil children's
dren's children's hospital; his personal
pledge to St. Jude for helping
him achieve fame.
Thom.as set fire to a condemn condemned
ed condemned house on the site of the hos hospital
pital hospital that will treat and study
rare childhood diseases. Then
he turned the first spadeful of
earth with a three-sectioned
shovel that had been blessed by
ministers of the Protestant,
Catholic, and Jewish faiths.
'Thomas- said t h' e St. J u d e
Hospital "is not a project begun
by a h6ok-nosed actor to salve
his own ego." He said it result resulted
ed resulted frbm a vow made when he
was down and out. In" return
for-success, he vowed he would
build, a shrine to St. Jude.
Thdrnas later changed his
plans and decided to build a
children's hospital Instead of a
' I asked Cardinal stritch the
late Samuel 'cardinal Stritch to
serye .as head of my St. jude
foundation," Thomas said. "He
agreed If I Would build the hos hospital
pital hospital in: Memphis.Tjhls waswhere
uarainai oiriw;n Degan nis
career as a Driest, and he con;
sldered Memphis his hometown."
Thomas naa raised lunas for
the hospital from' numerous
1 enef it performances. His friends
m' the entertainment world also
contributed. s' :
BELGRADE fUPIV Yugosla
via yesterday accused: Communist
China of. framing',' s two Jugoslav
sailors who were lauea, in snan
phfli rfor being intimate with two
Chinese girls and besmirching the
honor nf the Chinese neonle.
Government snokesman Prago
Kunc charged that, the arrest,
trial and sentences' of the two un
identified sailors was a "political
action" erowine out of the cur
rent virtr'olic campaign against
Presdent Tito's indeoenoent uom
wunist Government by ; the Soviet
bloc. China in recent montns nas
gone further than Russia in--de
The two seaften Uwere sentenc'
ed te eiaht and five years'imW
onment for beinj; -ilntimat with
two Chinse girls wheni their ship
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MILLER WEDS CAW. MEISSNER
IN AFTERNOON NUPTIALS SATURDAY
' Mist Dorothy Agnes Miltr, danghter of; Mr. and Mrs.
1 Peter S. Probae of Balboa, bocme the bride of Carl RwaaeU
; Meissner, ion of Mr, and Mr. C. Meiaan! Laa
r Rios, in an afternoon nuptial ceremony Saturday in the tort
, Amador Chapel.
Rev. Paul C. Loeven officiated at the aervic.
I Traditional rouaic wu present present-ed
ed present-ed by Mn. lent Bennett, chape)
fTne bride given in marriage by
her father, was gowned in white
tulle over satin. 'iOe titted bodice
of Chantilly lace waa fashioned
with long aieevea and a boat neck
line finished with pleaied tulle. The
full skirt waa caught with ap
pliqued flowers outlined with se sequins.
quins. sequins. A crown of seed pearls
and rhinestooej held her veil of
illusion, and she carried a bouquet
cf gardenias and orchids.
Her sister and maid of honor,
Miss Gladys Miller, chose a balle ballerina
rina ballerina dress of while net over pink
taffeta and a cap of pink satin
Rosebuds. Her bouquet was an ar arrangement
rangement arrangement of hydrangeas.
! The style of the maid of honor's
frock was used in dresses for the
bridesmaids, Miss Frances Paige
Miss Helen Adam, Miss Jpan
Lawler and Miss Layne Taylor.
The hue of their blue dresses was
continued in tiny headdreas
crowns. They carried pink carna carnations.
tions. carnations. ,
' Best man to the bridegroom wa
Joseph Ck.-ro'. Serving as ushers
J ere John R..ey, Bur on Mead,
ack Corrlgan and George Harris,
i Mrs. Proback wore a gray and
Vhite dress and white accessory
with a corsage of while roses. The
mo hei of the bridegroom had an
fnsemble of blue lace over pink,
pink accessor es and a corsage jf
i Miss Goria Cigi was in charge
f the bride's book at the recep-
fon follow'ng the ceremony at the
art Amador Officers Club. A buf.
fef supper for the bridal party
Injl friends was served at the
Some of (ha bride's parents.
J Tims i newly weds le't the Isthmus
tot a wedding trip to Costa Rica,
the bride wearing a kn't sui'. They
tlln to make their home in Bal-
The reception has also been alter
ed to a genUemen-on, attiar.
At the receptioi. M-alsier Biboa
will presen fet-u s Grand Cms.
of the Order of Merit for Distin Distinguished
guished Distinguished Service to his Panamanian
opposite number, public works mi minister
nister minister Roberto Lopej Fabrega.
Invited To Party
Sons and daughters of the state
ox Georgia are invited lo he firt
of a series of state parties tomor
row evening at 8 a the Fort Kobtw
Geo'gi will be shown
Reception For Ministtr
Rescheduled For Noon
The recep ion to be o'fered Sa Saturday
turday Saturday by Peruvian Ambassador
Jose Francisco Marategui for Pe Pe-rus
rus Pe-rus hublic wo-ks minis'er Eduar.
CoTiBibos Dammert has been, re-
chedij,ed for noon, inspead of 6
p.m. to 8 p.ni as originally set.
n me pany, Mrs.
Dorris Caldwe'T. director a the
club, said the series wi'l cont'nue
for 16 .veeks. Next week, former
residents of New Mexico will oe
guests of honor.
Announces Sewing Session
Women on the A Ian ic side arc
being urged to get behind sewing
machines, needle and scissors o
morrow for the first session of a
program tc make 80 surplice rob robes
es robes for the chi dren of school
The Parent-Teacher As.ocia'ion
has volunteered its services in m
ing the robes, wmi-h wl 1 be ken
in a central pool and will be used
in the Margarita, Gitun, Coco So
lo and Cristobal schools.
The sewing opera ion will beam
tomorrow morning at 8:30 in the
Gir Scout room, lop floor of Ihe
Protestant Chapel at Fort Gulick,
The machines will buzz trum 1:30
to 11:30 a.m. and from 1 P.m. to
3 tomorrow and also on Mondav
Nov. io. The afternoon session
Monday will be from 1 lo 4 p.m.
Women who wish to participate,
but prefer to sew at home In the
Margarita, Ft. Gulick or Ft. Da
v's areas, are urged to contact
Mrs. J. E. Butson. 08-645, or Mrs.
C. C. Ea:y. ng-45, For Gulick.
Cu -out robes will be delivered to
the ho les and picked up when
Women' attending the sewing ses session
sion session are reminded to bring their
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Each aerie Ht lacltitiea In tan
telvwa shtula submitted
r?wrm twm mi wailed
the boa aawbw listed dil 'e 'e-mI
mI 'e-mI end Otherwise delivered
ht hid H the effite, HttioM t
anetiaas waaet be sweated fev
CZ Ceheae Club
Mrs. i B. SarUin will be hos hos-less
less hos-less tor .be meeting of the s.udy
group of the Canal Zone College
uuo Wednesday morning at n;aO
at her home, 853 Ancon Blvd.
Guekt speaker w!U be Mrs, Pa Pa-Irlcla
Irlcla Pa-Irlcla Markun, wljo will apeak o
pooka or children and proerami
.or children's reading.
Charity Card Oreup,
B.lka. Wimail'l ClUkt
Members of the Charity Card
g -oup oi ihe Balbwa Woman s Club
will meet Thursday at 12:15 at the
Teen Club for deserv and caraa
Rpcprva Ions must be made b:
inmnr ow noon w th Mrs, John
Ban Balboa 3617; Mrs. Elmer
J. Hack, Balboa 3728; 0? Mrs. Jo Joseph
seph Joseph I. Klncaid, Balboa 2409. 1
Cristobal Women's Club
Y,, rsu ir faceting of the Crts-
inhii Woman's Club will be held
in the Red Cross rooms Wedne
day af.er;oon at 2 P-W. Mrl.
.J. F. Greene, president will be
,n charge of the meeting,
Hos tsses for he tea following
the meeUng will be Mrs. Gilbert
Morland and her committee.
Oyster Tureen Leeds Off
Traditional Holiday Feast
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CRKAMY oyster tureen, individual pumpkin and mince plea
i wit toppiiif nuts, vef elablea- nieture of Awerleaai plenty, j
BY OAYNOR MADDOX, NEA Food nd Market! Editor
. An early American holiday din dinner
ner dinner at the recent Newspaper Food
Editors Conference in New "ork
Introduced frozen individual tf".ip tf".ip-kin
kin tf".ip-kin and mince pies.
Although little mince pies or
tart are popular English trea s,
history shows us that they are as
American as pumpkin, too, Origin Originally
ally Originally these were called Christmas
pies and for years were the ob object
ject object of Quaker and Puritan at attack",
tack", attack", carrying rel gious and su supers
pers supers itious connotations. This has
Jong since passed, and today
mince pies are a traditional holi holiday
day holiday dessert.
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Seelety Of Panama
The meeting oi me woman ,day f
Aux nary o w uv..
ty of1 Panama, which was origin originally
ally originally scheduled for this afternoon
at P.m will be held Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, Nov. 12, at 9:15 a.m. at the
Panama Holf Club.
NEW YORK (UPI) Harry
Revel, 52, composer of "Did You
Ever See a Dream Walking?" and
manv other of. the nation's most
"popular songs in the- '1930s, was
found dead today in his home.
Death was attributed to a cere cerebral
bral cerebral hemorrhage.
The British born Revel, who
wrote the musical scores for ma many
ny many Broadway musical comedies
and Hollywood films; was one of
the country's foremost composers
of oopular songs.
His sonss included: "Stay as
Sweet as You Are," "Love Thy
Nelehbor." "With My Eyes Wide
Onen I'm Dreaming," "Paris in
The Soring,' "You Can't Have
Everything," "There's a Lull in
Mvtife.'r "The Lovelness of
Vnu" and "A Star Fell Out of i
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a large tureen of oyster stew. To-
courae, many hostesses
save time and gain flavor with
frozen condensed oysier stew.
One can (10 ounces) frozen con condensed
densed condensed oyster stew, 1 soup can
water, 1 cup ibed cooked pota
toes, H cup diced cooked ham, 1
tablespoon chopped partsley,
teaspoon tear tnyme.
In saucepan, combine oyster
stew and water. Heat until par partially
tially partially thawed. Add remaining In Ingredients.
gredients. Ingredients. Heat, atirring now and
Oranat Whipped Cream
Gne-balf cup heavy cream, 2
tablespoons confectioners' sugar,
1 tablespoon frozen Grange juice
Partially whip cream in small
bow!; gradually add sugar and o o-range
range o-range juice concentrate. Continue
bea ing cream until stiff (do not
overheat). Serve on cooled baked
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Augusta Kantor, on of our top
women bridge players, writes
"Here is a hand that may in interest
terest interest you as a good example of
the use of a aqueese to eliminate
a guess. The slam contract cer certainly
tainly certainly was a food one although
my partner and I were one of the
few pair to fet there.
"West opened the klne of clubs.
I took mv ae and led the king of
spades. East won his ace imme immediately
diately immediately and led back a second club.
I ruffed and played two rounds of
trumps, discarding th lack of
hearts from urn my. I went to
dummy with the are of diamonds
and ruffed out another club just in
case the queen might drop. It
didn't, so I went over .to. dummy's
queen of diamonds and back to
my own kipi, s Wat showed out
pn.ihe diamond return ao I simp simply
ly simply led my last trump -and I threw
away dumrny'i last club. This left
nummy'i last diamond to squeese.
East down to two hearts also
whereupon all three of my hearts
were good irrespective of who
held the queen."
Nice play indeed! Mrs, Kantor's
bidding was enterprising and her
q The bidding has been;
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trump your partner has bid three
diamonds. What do you do in this
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Election Watchdogs Ask GOP
To Explain Promises Of Jobs
Teamster Union Will
Span All Transport
PITT 8 BURGH, (UPI)
James n. Hoffa predicted Uat
night he eventually will lead a
mlihty Temater Union of 4, 4,-(00,000
(00,000 4,-(00,000 members spanning vir virtually
tually virtually the entire transport to
"We will not b stopped' b the
McCieiian eommittee. laws or
the courts." th teamster presi
' Sen. William MeClellan ,(D ,(D-Ark.)
Ark.) ,(D-Ark.) heads a Senate eommittee
investigating labor racketeering.
Hoiia said th giant labor
force would be formed by organ organizing
izing organizing the unorganised transpor transportation
tation transportation worker everywhere
those who drivr trucks, work oh
boeta and handle aircraft
The head of the 1,800,000
member union, the nation's
Urgeat, called for creation of
"transportation unity fn this
country antf abroad."
Hoffa, speaking at thi 30th
anniveraary banquet of Teams Teamster
ter Teamster Local ail, aald AFL-CIO
leaders "have forgotten Where
they camefrom." He implied de de-fianoe
fianoe de-fianoe of the labor rganlatiori
which expelled the teamsteri on
chargea of corruption,
"it's fine to wear a tuaedo to
a banquet, to be United Na Nations
tions Nations representative or be a la labor
bor labor representative of the govern,
ment ibroad.".he id. J'lut thi
il not a blrthrlfht."
Hoffa sale member', of ? the
ArL-cio hierarchy are where
they are because union members
aaw fit to place them there. "I
suggest they return to their
home lof ais if they ha?e one-
and find out the needi of the
' Some too member! of thU ci city's
ty's city's oldest chartered teamster
local, consisting of newsoaoer.
Newaprint, magiiine and film
delivery driver and helperi.
waited to hear Hof f, delayed n
hour bv g )ate flight from To Toledo,
ledo, Toledo, Ohio. ;
WASHINGTON (UPI) House
lection Watchdog's asked an Ohio
nepuoiiean, candidate yes.eroay to
answer a complaint that he has
promised jobs to the congression
al stan oi a deceased now
member whose seat he is seek
Richard C. O'Hare, counsel .0
a special House Elections Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, told Laurence Bums. GOP
candidate for the 17th Ohio Dis
trict seat held by the late Rep.
J; Harry McGregor, that job
promises by; congressional candi
dates are banned by law.
meantime warned staff members
still carried on -McGregor's con congressional,
gressional, congressional, payroll they m,ay loae
their 'obs ,ior ..reported political
activity in Bui-ns behalf, m
cal'ed for an explanation to "as
sist me in my future action." -Roberts
served... similar-, no fee
Alt tattle' staff t the; e 'Beo.
Sid Simpson (R-Ill.), whose wid
ow Is seeking his 20th Illinois Dis
trict House seat.. Roberts'' office
had complaints that some of the
staff members were working for
Mrs. S'mpson's election.
In a telegram to Burns, O'Hare
noted that Burns, in a campaign
spending report filed! with the
House clerk, has, sworn he. mad
no job promises. The' campaign
today, however, which sa'd Bums
had been quoted in the Ohio Re Re-pub'iciin
pub'iciin Re-pub'iciin News of October 30 as
saying he had told- McGregor's
staff he would retain them if
The compla'nt was signed by
Col, Warfield Doraey, Mount Ver Vernon
non Vernon Drum and Fife Corps, Mount
Dorsey sent a separate com complaint
plaint complaint to Roberts today, eitinl
reports that Robert W. inmning,
a W,ll a year clerk en McGreg McGregor's
or's McGregor's con?esional nayroll, ws
working for Bums': election.
Th olerk'a fflce 'd sim'iar
eompla'nts about McGregor'
staff had heen received ar!ter
and that a telegram waa sent to
Branding Friday in Coshocton,
Ohio. Jt advised him and other
staff members that congressional
employes of deceased member,
remaining on the payroll until
successors are elected, ark re
ponsiblo to the House clerk and
are confined to "routine duties"
in the service of the congressional
" Robert sent a similar telegram
Friday;to Winifred A. Varble, an
$l,280-a year secretary I on th
payroll of the lata Rep. Simpson.
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Earlv-Bird Santa: Claus Gives Unscheduled Striptease Show
Wtmtn'i Orwni Haw
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?- The Woman's Auxiliary -aMjnf
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Tiefcets jna H Stained W.fM;
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Club; have been announee
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PUIIRI HT IN MWMs v' f
KOBE,' Japan UWJ;
WilUam Fulbright D.-Ark bean
a two-week faet.findjng' vlt -'to
Japan yesterday As chairman of
the Far Eastern lubflommtttee
the Senate Fore.gn Relatlona Com.
wtttee, he is on a tour of the
Middle Sast, Asia i the Far
Est. :- i. ?y r,.-
ta-0t Kiret ire invited i;ti"d ;
the lunchewu fi:f:i ;
Urt. Hus'.etl tie.vnie V; :
Te Wr After Illness ,
-Mr or wusu-u 4ti .vw4iiu
lo work a trte i,amiiun,tations
kltMi, Fif eenth Naval: Pistrlet;
at-ef be'ng CPttftned .,o; Qor
liospltal with JJneaV- .' "
A,. WMnihee wests
., Mfa, Maria uiympia oe
..jiUA' Harpiha rtamOS OB Af-
tote: two "rf Panama's best-known
. ..... a' ISAHAt Sir 11
t..wAii mtin of the Sorontion-
1st Club el Panama at the Pananu
Hilton Hotel.. : .
Mrs.- ObWiyd a poem., wWeh
ahrsdedleated te the ewb and Mrs,
Araotti recited a poem, nononni
It!)' 'Shaw, T4, a retired govern government'
ment' government' employe.Hji an early bird
c.ni rioiio H'f also a tnu
tease artist of some wnowm ana
on teievuion. ;. -r:-.
lit Ha mi Khirw cltii in hii frotto
in i department store we inn the
awuonai snow noots, rea pams.
nail flnU'ina- llflTBl AUrlV Will 6
wig, red, furtrlmmed ep d
long Hewing wnne wwsaers.
When theVchUdren shyly tiptoe
tm In him anM ennflda their Ch at
m turmit tha tfann ii ihnwn to
trawas on tn a reets ny .eiosen
television circuits, witn sett mount
ed in the store winnows, y v
. When the diy is done the cam
eras are switched on, me swrej
doors Close, and the weary &ama
Claus gets ut of h.s red uit and
slips into something comtortjDie.
Hut Saturitav merit UiaV lorfOt
to turn ofl the camerar and t
startled woman passing thM!.o;u
store jaw Santa remove his curly
white whiskers. She stoppeo -w
snigger, and was joined ny others
as Sunt took off his wi 9 and
cap and wiped ni sweaty brow,
The crowd was crowing as he
took off his polished boots. It was
hilarious by the time he started to
struggle put of his jacket. ;
fianta didn't Wnnu? 11 but he WSI
putting on his best performance
of the season. By the time heum-
buckled the black shiny belt and
stepped out of his rea Daggy pants
he was laying them in the aisles.
The crowds grew so big a floor floorwalker
walker floorwalker slapped outside to see what
wss going on. What e saw was
Santa Claus clad in only his shirt.
The camera was suddenly switch switched
ed switched off as Santa took cover behind
a cash register, his face redder
titan his robes.;
'From now on I change in the
broiler room, sawa said.
Acts Like Magic
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Gerald ooyie.naiwa Y&'Viu-omt 'wnoneop gunss
J. C. L. Adams. Panam inge.. Ogle.by. a tormer. isthmian
now of Kobbe, Japan, ntsa wary
Murphy sand; Mrs. Lillian Meat.
ReceVed info the club '.
embs were Mra. NataUe Engel
and Mrs. Manuelila de .tyfwWj
,..Th iuneheon table was Uraet Uraet-Ively
Ively Uraet-Ively appointed :w;th small Psna
manlin Hags and native fculti w
observance of ihe national holidays.
Canal Zone Baha'ls
... tv. f .n.i Knn Baha'il met Sun
day morn ng m ihe Curimt.ii Com-
munlty Building tr us repuis
formal discussion classes.
Extended te Tay.ers
Congratulations un the ,r silver
...jCr, nnnivrtrsarv have been
weWtdby Mr. ,nd Mr. Sidney
Taylor. -who reMde, t Farfan.
To Nome NewSon
For Pope John
: MONTREAL) (UPI) Annette,
one of the four surviving Dion-
he quintuplets, gave birth yei yei-terday
terday yei-terday to a boy weighing eight
pounds and an ounce.
, The 24,-year-oia wue 01 uor uor-main
main uor-main Allard, a finance company
executive, was the first of the
quints to he married; Her child
wgsJhom nine howri after she
entered Saered ea?t Hospital.
Allard said today that both
Anette and the baby were do
ing fine, ;
He safd Annette's first words
to linn' after ther'blrth1 were
"Gerry, we've"1 kofv 'very nice
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN -AN INDEPENDENT. DAILY NEWSPAPER
Baseball Owners 1
lialigriment JJfr; Minors-;
Meet Tomorrow, Thursday
Tudor Era Named
To Represent US
Editor: CONR ADO SARCEANT
Discuss Franchise Shifts
1 1 ' i i i n'fH ; i
By JOE McDAYID
MEMPHIS, Tenn., Nov 4 (UPI) Baseball own owners
ers owners from coast to coast meet here tomorrow and
Thursday to explore plans ior realigning the minor
Proposals will be made for
shifting franchises, expanding
existing leagues and creating
new ones. It will be done m an
effort to save minor league base baseball
ball baseball from running into more fi financial
nancial financial troubles.
There will be a lot of tali:, and
a lot of jockeying.
Just what changes will be
made if any is another mat matter.
ter. matter. "Alignment is due and feasi feasible,
ble, feasible, but I'm doubtful whether
any such action can be brought
to finality," one delegate confided-
"What makes it so tough is
that it involves money both
yours and the other club own owners."
ers." owners." Seven leagues will be repre represented
sented represented the Pacific Coast,
American Association, Inter Inter-n.tinil
n.tinil Inter-n.tinil Southern. Texas,
Western ant. South Atlantic
Major league executives will
sit in on the sessions to protect
their farm club interests.
To show what they are up a a-gainst,
gainst, a-gainst, take the case of the
Southern Association Atlanta
The Atlanta Club wants to
move u pto a Triple A League.
First Atlanta officials must
make sure they can get into a
Triole A loop; That means a
majority of the club'? in the
league must want, Atlanta.
Then the Crackers must, set
out of th 'Southern Association.
Agairi, a maioritv of the clu
In that league must agree to let
But Atlanta draws gocd
crowds both at home and on thp
road. The eame monev is split
between Atlanta and its oodo oodo-nent.
nent. oodo-nent. Other Southern clu'i own owners
ers owners would be reluctant to W, At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta go, unless they could find
an acceptable rpplacemnt. Tf the
Double A Southern Association
, dipped Into a Class a cirauH for
a replacement, the .Class" A
league would face the same
problems that confronted the
southern club owners.
When it is considered that
the seven leagues include 54
YARDLEY English LAVENDER
teams, and that each club
owner probably has his own
ideas for realignment, some of
them involving creation of en entire
tire entire new leagues, the problems
to be faced are obvious.
The meeting was. called at the
request of Bill Dewltt,' chairman
of the Major Leagtoi fund com committee.
mittee. committee. Dewltt has been hand handing
ing handing out large sums of major
league money to distressed mi minor
nor minor clubs. Naturally, he would
Mm trot t.hP minor leaeue
teams back on a sound financial
How would realignment help?
"It would mean fresh fran franchises,
chises, franchises, fresh faces which might
give a club a little surge," said
Danny Menendez, general man man-aeer
aeer man-aeer of the Memphis Chicks.,
'Baseball fans wouldn't be see seeing
ing seeing the same uniforms .hey have
been seeing the past 50 years.
"Some cities think a msner
classification is important. They
i oro n a more elite
c'ass if thev eet a little higher.
Then, too. some need to ream
from a geoTaonic signup""' signup""'-thp
thp signup""'-thp international
l eague and American Associa
tion often have to iravei juhk
distances for games, and travel
Tnere is no agenoa ior ine
meeting, but a snokesman in
minor leaeue resident George
Trantiran's office said realign realignment
ment realignment is the only obiect.
"cnrna nthpr nrohlems. like
rule changes, mav 'ome un. rmi
only i-a sn informal wav nuise
the regular meetings," the
There's good reason to doubt
that any major reshaning of the
ton minor leagues will rime a a-bout
bout a-bout at the meeting.
But the men behind the Mem Mem-rV!s
rV!s Mem-rV!s conference will consider it a
hi? success if it only "gets the
ball rolling" and starts owners
tn serious) v considerino; the nos nos-'ibiUties
'ibiUties nos-'ibiUties of revamping their
SINGS RANGERS PACT
NEW YORK (UPI) Ronnie
Howell, younger brother of defense
man Harry Howell, has signed a
contract with the New York Rang
ers and will join the team or the
Buffalo Bisons of the American
Hockey League after the Canadian
Football League season.
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, LAUREL, Md. (UPI) Tudor
Era, English-bred but American American-owned,
owned, American-owned, yesterday was selected as
the second representative of the
U.S. in the $100,000 Washington
D. C. International turf classic to
be run at Laurel Nov. 11, and Ed Ed-die
die Ed-die Arcaro was named as rider
for Tharp, an Irish colt.
Tudor Era, a son of Owen Era,
the 1941 wirfner of the Epsom Der Derby,
by, Derby, earned his invitation with a
sparkling victory Saturday in the
Turf Cup Stakes over the interna international
tional international course here. Tudor E r. a
scored his victory, the fourth.; in a
stakes race this1 year over lo
miles while the International will
be contested at Hi miles.
Tndnr Era was nurchased DV
Mrs. Herbert Herff of Memphis,
Tenn., in June of 1956 for $15,000
and brought to this country short-
Hp has racert in fcnEiana DUl
npvpr wnn He was second 8S
two-year-old, however, in the
Nonesuch Stakes and seconi the
following year in the Coventry,
the Blue Riband Trial and the St.
TnHnr Fra is the ninth horse to
join the field for the International.
Already on the grounds are the
two Russian horses, Garnir and
7-irvari- ripm the other Ameri
can horse; and Sailor's Guirie, the
Australian thoroughbred, expect expected
ed expected late Monday was Revogue, the
to Battle For NBA
Scoring Title Again
Varrilev and Bob Pettit.
,Vir, hnHlnrl it nut fnr the National
Basketball Association's individual
scoring honors last season, are
reaHv tn lift it again this season.
Yardley, the defending scoring
king, poured 33 points tnrougn tne
het as the Detroit Pistons beat the
PhilaHelnhia Warriors. 107-91. Sun
day night while Pettit connected
for 28 points to lead the bi. Louis
Hawks tp a 97-90 victory over the
finpinnati Rnvals in the NBA's
Sunday afternoon nationally-tele
SETS J AVE LIN RECORD
TfilMnnN niPTl Aernnom Bi
rutp Zalapaitee. a star Lithuanian
woman athlete, hurled the javelin
to a world record Thursday, ac according
cording according to a Tazz news agency
rennrt from Moscow. Miss Zala-
gaitee achieved a throw of 187
feet, beating the recognized world
record held by Australia's Ann
Pazera by three inches.
POPULAR VICTORY Chilean colt Quidlco, surrounded by members' of the Young family
and a legion of admirers, is shown in the winner's circle after his sensational victory in the
$10,000 added one mile and one-half Panama Independence Classic at the President Remon
racetrack yesterday afternoon. Quidlco shattered the trapk record after arriving oh the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus only four days before the big race. Jose Ulloa gave the little chestnut colt a perfect ride.
Track manager Pablo A. Thayer (in dark suit) was among the many who congratulated the
owners and rider.
RP Independence Classic
Highly rated Chilean thorough
bred Quidico, which arrived oil
the Isthmus only last' Thursday,
displayed class to trounce tne
brilliant Perdulario yesterday aft
ernoon before a large crowd in
the $10,000 added one mile and
one half Panama Independence
Classic at the President Remon
With Chilean jockey Jose Ulloa
pumping for all he was worth,
the little chesntut son of Taima-
do-Mirayam rushed by Perdulario
in the homestretch and drew a-
way gradually to score by almost
Th foor-yar-old coifs victo victo-ty
ty victo-ty was no fluke eithor as was
attested by his row track rec record
ord record time of 2:32 2-5 for the di
tance, clipping three fifths of
second off the former Md by
the great Polemon.
The enfrt of SantillaniPefdUlft-
rlo went off the odds-ort" mutuels
favorite with Informal the second
choice with slightly more than the
amount bet on Quidico. As a re result,
sult, result, the newcomer returned a
cuicy $6.80 win dividend.
At the start, Santillan quickly
More Than $700,000
Up For Golfers In 59
DUNEDIN, Fla. (UPI) n V
Professional Golfers' Association
announced yesterday that more
than $700,000 will be up for
grabs during its 1959 spring afld
Harold Sargent, P.G.A. presi president,
dent, president, announced a schedule of 18
P.G.A. co-soonsored tournaments
and 10 other events for next
spring and summer. With tne 195a
fall schedule still be announced,
Sargent said the touring profes
sionals would vie for about $1, $1,-500,000
500,000 $1,-500,000 next year-
The 'biggest 1959 summerr
events will be the P.G.A. cham-
nion'shiD at Minneaoolis, Minn.,
July 29-AUg. z; and tne u, a
Open at Mamaroneck, N. Y.
Service Center Theatres
BALBOA 6:15 & 7:55
Rex Reason Henry Morgan
COCO SOLO 7:00
John Howard Mala Powers
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
"COUNT FIVE AND DIE"
in ClnemaScooe fc Color!
"AFFAIR IN HAVANA"
MARGARITA 6:15 & 8:20
Grace Kelly vAlec Guinness
"FORTUNE HUNTER" and
"TROPICAL HEAT WAVE"
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
James Cagney Doris Day
"Lore Me Or Leave Me"
In Cinemascope & Color!
CAMP BIERD 7:00
"UP IN SMOKE" and
i Coming November 23rd
P'The Gletiji Miller Orchestra'
BALBOA COCU BULU
llill'M'n IIIMMWIMnmimWMI mm I
co Trounces Perdulario
took command after his stable-1
niate had broken on top. Perdula Perdulario
rio Perdulario continued a close second, un under
der under restraint with Informal going
third and Quidico last passing the
stands the first time around.
Midway down the backstretch,
the positions remained unchanged
but Informal and Quidico had
closed on the leaders with less
than four lengths separating the
leader from last place Quidico.
Two furlongs" out, Quidico had
rushed by Informal and Santillan
and was gaining rapidly on Per Perdulario.
dulario. Perdulario. They entered the home homestretch
stretch homestretch head and head with the
stronger finishing Quidico drawing
out tp score by three-and-one half
The rain fell alternately or driz drizzled
zled drizzled throughout the bleak after afternoon
noon afternoon and the track was classed
as "good" but it was probably
somewhat slowed down. Despite
this, Quidico turned in his record record-breaking
breaking record-breaking performance.
For the third straight day, fa favorites
vorites favorites dominated the program
with Quidico, Michiripa and Mr.
Jack scoring mild upsets.
Alfredo Vasquez, who was the
June 11-13. Two of the richest will
be the Gleneagles-Chhcago open
at Lemont, 111., June 25-28, and
the Buick Ooen at Grand Blanc,
Mich., July 2-5. These are ?5U,
000 P.G.A. co-sponsored tourna
The purse for the Peosi tourna
ment, to be plaved July 23-26 at
New York, will be announced
later. It carried a $50,000 prize
list this year, not including $10,'
000 for a National Celebrity Pro
The 1959 winter tour, announced
previously, will be open with the
$35,000 Los Angeles Ooen. Jan. 2
5 and will include the $50,000
Bing Crosby 72-hole pro-amateur
Jan. 15-18 at Del Monte, Calif.
The $20,000plus Masters, schtd-
uled at Augusta, Ga., April 2-5,
ends the winter tour. Masters of
ficials dished out $60,050 in prize
money tnis year.
The 1959 sormp and summer
tour will ooen with the 815,000
Greater Greensboro Open at
Greensboro, N. C, Aoril 9-12, arid
close with the Kansas City Open
Sent. 4-7. A new P.G.A. co-spon
sored tournament on the 1959 pro
gram is uip S25.ooo Oklahoma
bcity Open May 7-10.
Durn" two weeks of the soring
tour. P.G.A. co-snonsored tourna
ments and P.G.A. mroed
eVn's will run concurrntly. The
Lafayette Ooen invitational at
Lafavette. La., and the Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament of Champions at Las Vegas.
Nev., are both scheduled April
23-26. The Arlington Potel Open
Invitational at Hot Springs, Ark.,
and the Sam Snead Festival of
Golf at White Sulphur Springs,
W. Va., both are scheduled May
Tar A 7:00
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John WAYNE In
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$1.10 PER CARl
John PAYNE in
SANTA FE PASSAGE
winningtst r'der on Saturday,
was the leading winner again,
estrday. He booted home three
winners; Loading jockey Braulio
Baeza, Fernando Alvarez anV1
Cristian Rebolledo accounted for
Sunday, Embassy, under a good
rice by Alvarez, wore down Ba
cancito in- the homestretch to win
the featured $1,000 one mile race
tor iirst series thorouahbreds
tsacancito .was second.
. FIRST, RACE
2 Picudo- $12 f.
Granadero $3, $3
La Famat $6.60
Firs1 Doubled $9.40 t
1 Black Bee $3, 2.20
2 Victoria $260
Don Manuel $10.80, $8.60
2 Rock'n'Roll $10.80
Qu niela: $12".
1 Mama Lola $4.40
wo place betting'
; SIXTH RACE
- Narcotico $4.40. $3.40
2 Riotous $3.40
1 Horacio $2.80, $2.40
2 Chancleia 2.80
Second Double: $7.80
1 Skoll $10, "$6.40
2 Thunderstruk $.60-
1 Apache $6.80, $4
2 Ruti'ante $15.60
1 Embassv $7.2p, $4.60
2 uacancito $5
1 Verniaux $2.20, $2.20
Del Vecino $2.20, $2.40
1 Cervecero $3
(No place betting)
1 Renata $5.80, $3.60
2 Manuela Pedraza $4.80
F'rst Double: $9.(0
1 Mr. .Jack $9, 5.40
2 Golden. Wonder $7.40
1 Nirvana $3, $2.20
2 'Titita $3 1
Quiniela: $4.20 y
1 Dependable $2.60
1 (No place betting)
1 Now Then $4.80, $2 60
2 Cypress Bull $2.80
Artigas $2.80, $2.20
Second Double: $7
Jabalina $3, $2.20
Michiripa $8.20, $2.40
Rosita Maria $2.20
No place betting)
Pan Tostado $2.80, $2.20
CAP IT OLIO
35e. i tOe..
with Alan Ladd
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FOR WHOM THE
, BELLS TOLL 1
i o Keaain LianTweiam Limwn
Hustling Horacio Ottls wore
Panama's 135-lb. crown, again
today and the stocky scrapper
from Chorrillo admitted that re regaining
gaining regaining the championship from
Pederico Plummer, the man
who deponed him last July
was Just about the "most won wonderful,"
derful," wonderful," thing to happen to him
in Doxing since ne became a pro
fessional fighter some six years
otus, 134, and a 3-2 un underdog
derdog underdog In the betting, set the
pace most of the way at the
National Gym Sunday night
and ; then kayoed Plummer,
131 tf. in 30 seconds of the 13th
stanza of a. scheduled 15-round
title bout. i
Plummer, who. hachbeen down
twice In the 12th when he took
an 8-count and apparently was
saved by the bell as referee Viv Vivian
ian Vivian Stewart counted to six, bow
ed ingloriously out of the match
with blood streaming from a cut
ne received over th$ right eye
brow ih the seventh.
Sticking to the pattern he had
set from the very first round,
Ottls started the 13th in typical
fasnion. He charged into a dazed
Plummer who had been, unable
to shake: of the effects bf the
punishment he had absorbed in
tne preceding round, and un
leashed a savage barrage of
Federlco, altogether defense
less now. took a series of punch
es before finally tfolng down for
keeps from a left hook to the
law. He was counted out slttine
on the middle strand of the
ropes m a neutral corner
Ottls. who fought like a de
Syracuse 16 Pittsburgh 13
Dartmouth 22 Yale 14 -.Si
Cornell 25 Columbia 0
Connecticut 34 N. Hampshire 0
Boston Coll. 25 COP 12
Lafavette 1 9 Gettysburg 13
WVTJ -35 oashington, 12 A
Boston U. 33 Wmfantl Mary 7
Princeton 28 Brown 18
Rutgers' 37 Delaware 20 -Pennsylvania
19 Harvard 6
Lehigh 35 Bucknell 14
Penn State 36 Furmsn 0
Notre Dame 40 Navy 20
Geneva 40 Carnegie'Tech 6
Holy Cross 26 Dayton 0
Army 68 Colgate. 6
ISU 14 Mississippi 0&"
Maryland 10 South Carolina 6
N. Car. St. .14 Virginia Tech 14
North Carolina 21 Tennessee 7
Georgia Tech 10 Duke 8
Kentucky 33 Mississippi St. 12
Clemson 14 Wake Forest 12
Auburn 6 Florida 5
VMI 33 Virginia
Richmond 20 The Citadel 0
Alabama 12 Georgia 0
Florida St. 43 Tampa 0
Quantico Mar. 33 Lockbourne 0
SMU 26 Te?as 10
Air Force Acad, 33 Okla. St. 2D
TCU 22 Baylor 0
Arizona 15 W. Texas St 8
Mi$s. South' 22 Abilene Christ. 0
Arkansas 21 Texas A and M 8
N. Texas St. 8 Cincinnati 8
Tulsa 25 Houston 20
Hardin-Simmons 14 Tex. West 6
Ariz. Tempe St. 23 N.M. A and
Wisconsin 9 Michigan St. 7
Iowa 37 Michigan 14
Detroit 14 Marquette 14
Northwestern 21 Ohio State 0
Indiana 6 Minnesota 0
Purdue 31 Illinois 8
Iowa St. 53 South Dakota 0
Missouri 31 Nebraska 0
Western Mich. 21 Ohio U. 14
Kansas 21 Kansas St. 12
Wyoming 2$ Utah 20
Brigham Young 13 Utah St. 6
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THE MAGIC RING
, bea&t or
. GIANT, CLAW
with Jeff Morrow
'with JUndoiph Scott
mon and showed remarkable Ci
stamina while using a rerpe- .J
tual A motion style to -outbox
awnged the kayo deteat ha
ouxicicu mi rtummer in July.
The formei chami .whose Dest-
round was in the sixth when he
got the best of some heated ex M
changes, ;had jio alibis for hiSJ
He said after the taut, thai 'TLZ I
did his best but just could notrH 1
auum up against workmanlike,
aggressive Ottls who. Plummer
called a "very good fighter."
Up to the 12th arbiter Stewart
had ottls ahead 117-112. -indra
Felipe Cazabon favored, ottis
117-103 and judge Freddie Mld Mld-dletori,
dletori, Mld-dletori, the only official who hail
Plummer winning the fight, had
, The Panama American saw
Ottis out In front 118-110.
In the scheduled six-round35
semifinal Vicente Worrell, 12C44.m'f
stopped Black Bill, 126, in one
minute of the second heat The)'""
match had been held up for Jsev''"T
eral minutes after the end of tW
first while Worrell's gloves,
which were found to be wlthoutSSS
padding, were changed. 1
David Wright, 12P,y4. gained e-
unanimous-. vepdict over SandvJUTJS
Avila, ISLlV,, in one four-round:
prelim: and In the, other PnvZHS
Thoike, 121, dished out a TKCEZ3 i
w alucsMj'uaunpoeii, 122; iw mm
This fight was stopoed 1 wltlCTS
the boxers sittim? on their stooiar-
bv Dr. Manuel Ferrer after fhSS3
first heat because of a fugg
Camtibell suffered over the left
evebrow. f, '3
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Colo. StU 57 .Montana 7
Oklahoma .23" Coloradri' 7
Oregon St.-1 14" California 8 51 3
Washington 6 Oregon 0
Southern Cal, 29 Stanford 6 a
Cal Poly Pomona 29 N.M.U. H f3j
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apply for the 1964 winter OlympiCSS
games informed sources have tokh
the United Pr Tntom
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members of the armed forces stationed on the Isthmus who 'rassle under such, colorful tags
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l:'.rM,L WRIGHT" 1
'"Stop boolnr ooor. old Charlet
and bring 'i on those 1 Baltimore
s :That was the New York -Giant'
slogan today as they gloated over
21-17, Sunday triumph that snap snapped
ped snapped Cleveland's five-game winning
streak and left them only a caul:
behind the Browns in the Nation
al Football League's Eastern Divi
sion i, i ; v i
Next Sunday the Giants enter
tain the league's only remaining
undefeated ,team, the galloping
Colts who crushed the Green Bay
Backers 56-0.: Baltimore, aided by
the, Rams' 41-45 victory over vthe
Chicago Bears before ,100.474 at
Lbs 'Angeles,' took a, two -."game
leaa in xne western division.
Who's' "poor "'old' Charley?"
That's Charley Conerly, 37 going
on 38, the erey-haired Mississippi
cotton farmer, "and ex-Maine who
has played quarterback' for" the
Giants for. 11 years. The fans
booed Charley .at the Polo
Grounds, they boo .' him now vst
Yankee; Stadium, and 78.404 stun
ned jCltvelanders, felt like giving
mm a recora razzing Sunday in
their big Municipal Stadiu,
Fires Touchdown Passes
RUNNING AND STRAIGHT-ARMING is Balboa's tough Charlie French. The1 foiled tackier Is
Gej Burch. (17),"while Joe Reynolds (39) runs Interference. Coming up from the rear, and
"the eventual tackier Is JC's Gerry Alexander. ,
Roundable'MayjyAake ir 1
Rial imemational Field 1
' 'J I t"
; j : iy Harry GRAYSON V,;
. NCA VporU Edor;ti
LlttREtrMd., iNEA') -The
' Gar5en State made o-dtimers
' blint: not only,, because "the toal
pria .money crowded $300,000 but
also! for the season that it attract attracted
ed attracted tvha't in theft opinion, was Jthe
tmejield ow'o-year-WtU ever
to sjiter jt.gste., v .,('A
' fBftt 'that didn't' top' chatter x a a-,
, a-, bouii the Vastly more importan;
( eYlhth running' of- the- Wasnmg Wasnmg-'
' Wasnmg-' ton J! D. C. 'international over the
v taiffel Raqe Course on Nov. 11.
- With the-!ooperaUou of Adiert-
can! owners,, which the.Marylaud
, Staje Fair ,Jmost certainly did not
1 get!a:yer a gtf the Mn-er national
scarcely ctulu m'iss becoming the
greitest race In the world.
JBhn D. Schaplro ,he h.tle met met-;
; met-; als" magna. e who conceived"-the
. Internationa, was trusted T and
' Meetly d'saprioilvted last-faU when
' "Gaen' State Park backed op the
' Trejiton Handicap "until if was
' .i.tin4mr fAimtpr jtv attraction,
- and took with it the tp A"161'!0"
" hnrla nri thrw-vear-oids 'Bold
- Ruler 'Gallant Man pd Round
Table. Laurel had tp g'wUirthe
..British-bred Mahan ,and ChM l.
' Chenefy's Third Brother, as tthe
' v AtwbiMmnr rpDrpjen naves. ana
'vhid thv ran one-twOJ this 'was
" the'least glamorous ; of Interna
f MOW President Schapiro tolls yoi
! on ne q.w inai lie is ww u '"-
' r the'.Idevil to ge f rav t M. Kerr
, to- reconside: .tle Laurel Invita Invita-v
v Invita-v mn snit hplievc there 13 a dck1
v chance of Round Table rounding
- jouL,a tremenoous aim iuiv icyi
, seniative mternalional'fiejd.
. "tol S100,00a WASHINGTOli; D.
M'V' uiiwoi vs.
the post in Mexico,' Illinois Ken Kentucky,
tucky, Kentucky, New York, New Jersey and
Flurina', runnng 52.3 miles in 1
hour and 26 minutes.
Round Table has been beated
only once on grass,- while; giving
weight to his three-time conquer conqueror,'
or,' conqueror,' Clem, in the United'. Nations
.n A-lanuc City. The mile-and-a-half
won .bather- him t and the
walk-up stare is the ieast .danger
ous .way to start horses.
"'M.rst, Adele- Rand- has already
Committed Clem to the interna
tional. Round Table j and Clem
would be he ideal .American ;en
riT WILL TAKE STEEDS like
Round Table Y and ; Clem o repel
the foreign invasion wmch .nclud's
Bal ymoss, rated by veteran hone
men as ;thy most formidable lor-eicneV-
ever to. come to the Unit
ed &ates' iu training Ballymoss
won- bo n of Europe's' classic, me
King Jeoree VI and Queen Eliza
beth Siakes vat Ascoi and the Arc
. n vto .h -presence-' of RoundTab'e,
;J tohtih hv hreskina his 'own Wack.
rewrd in the, Haw home Gold
Along The Foirwdys
'J '". SUMMIT HILLS "
' Summit Hills Golf and Country
Club opened its course this ween
beginning : yesterday v 'to : all 1 local
(-golfers who wish to test the Sum-
rait Hills' layout in preparation for
the ,1958 Bramii international Air Airways
ways Airways Golf Tournament f,
Qualigying bounds will.be play
ed during the week," of Monday,
Nov.1' 10 through; Sunday, Nov 416.
.-..Braniff Airways' officials have
announced, that the solid silver
prizes have arrived on the Isthmus
and will be put on display in the
In t star-studded field lanky
Bill LeBrun," 1958 PGA Amateur
champ,, will be the man everyone
will be watching. LeBrun will be
battling as tough a group of golfers
as he beat in the recently com
pleted PGA Tournament, ;
v It will be remembered that Le
Bruri picked uo five strokes iij the
last nine holes of play to finished
the'72-hole tournament in a tie
with Tony Jankus. LeBrun won the
title in the playoff with a (treat
iron shot that left him with
"gimme" putt i for a bird on, the
73rd-hole. & t ;i
i Lf Brun and Jankus have bJh
fournament. Thfv will h "e 4 Ify
We sucH golfers as Dr. Herb
Mitton. Jim and George Riley, A A-nbfl
nbfl A-nbfl Galindo Don Hause. Jim
Hinkle anrl Charlev MrMarrav to
name only; a few of the top links
men who are expected to enter
, A, J. '.,7..U
Cuflj. Oc 11. became1-the bigeect
monev-winn ne thoroughbred ot all
Xime ritn si,aju,J04. -.
" There is no intention of retiring
theifour-year-ola bay so.i I Tr.n Tr.n-cequilloy
cequilloy Tr.n-cequilloy and he has" been gallop gallop-iflU.
iflU. gallop-iflU. Santa An ta, A lit le '.liin
like a fight across the tonllnent
wou'l l. cr,, .h's much' rrvc,
col' ".-''"'i. c'mD,",Tt,
i. i. in t ...i ... .... i .. .
- ciitiuiyvur. wamornia, nas gone no j
de Triombhe in Paris, Should this
Irish-breo wirt.at LaUrei,-he would .indicated that they will b out to
be the first horse in history s to coo the itl! in thU first. Bran ff
have captured wnat would become Tntprnatlnnat 'i Alrwarsi twnnfiH
l .1 T t i m-ji-J, y. r"
trown,-, Wi ii i
": If the amazing' Schapiro could
(a k the Russian Ministry of Agrl
culture inlo flying the colts, Gar Gar-n
n Gar-n r and Za.'yad, to Laurel,' ,he
should be able to convince Owner
Kerr that "Rouncri Table Is t lit le
more! than a pitch shot from a tre tremendous
mendous tremendous event. In this Round Ta Table
ble Table and Clem would also tack e
Sailor's Guide of Au tralia. Ger
many's Orsinf.,, Argentina's Revo-
oue, e her raoia or laner oi
France and. runners rom Eng England
land England and Italy.. 1
John D. Schapiro is a lit le 'man
plying the freight who- made a
big idea come true. He should be
encouraged, not Imoeded, by for"
tuna'e American owners like Tra Travis
vis Travis M. Kerr. ,'.
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WASHINGTON (UPI) (The
Washington. 'Senators 'have. loo.
their radio and TV sponsor of the
hst seven years. The sponsor, t:ie
National Brewing Co., failed to
7-'; un l option and the Senators
announced that a1 new sponsor will
NEW YORK (UPTM Gone Ward
oT the NeW York Dally News has
oeen-piecrea nresvent ot tne box.
ing Wr ters Association, succeed
ing Ned Brown, former columnis
o( 1hs olA New, .York Wrold; and
now mioitc relations executive
Nat Fleischer; editor of Ring Ms-
eatnei was elected secrt)rv-trea
ttrer and Sam Taub ;of the Jlew
York Snorts Bulletin was reelect
od recording secretary, 1
Becaiis It was nld Charlp.
hammed and pounded as vhe had
heen for so many years, by Cleve Cleveland's
land's Cleveland's aggressive defenders, who
fired, the three scoring passes that
handed 'the Browns their first
1958A defeat, j The Giants, 10-point
underdogs and playing without all all-league
league all-league half-back Frank r Gilford,
kept the Brown, from taking a
three-game lead and breaking the
Eastern race wide open.
Huh.McElheony'a 32yard run
in the final four minutes gave the
Forty -Ninefs a 24-21 victorv over
the .Detroit Lions before 59,213
San i Francisco" fans: Norm :- Van
Brocklin's one-yard toss to Dick
Bielskt with 17 seconds to play
gave tne v nuaaeipma Eagles
21-21 tit with the Cardinals at
Chicago. 'and Bobby" Layne's two
touchdown passes paced thjg Steel
ci9 iu m-id vicwry over iu
Washington Redskins at Pitts
burgh. i ,f
But Conerly produced Sunday's
key NFL story as a record six
game attendance of 326,431 shot
in pro league toward a .crowa
mark for tht y aevn(h straight
year. 'Sunday's Bears Rams
crowd was the second largest In
dividual throng; in league history,
topped by the J02.368 attendance
for the 1957 Rams-Forty Miners
game at Los Angeles. t .,
, Gn Dwfenso Stiffen
--',, r ,
With Don Beinrkh. New York's
other, quarterback, sidelined with
an ankle injury Conerly had to
go all the Way, And things looked
bright for the Browns when Ken
Konx stole one of "poor old Char
ley's passes-and raced 46 y ards
to give them a 17-7 haiftime lead
- Two minutes before that, Jim
Brown, the league's top rusher
and scorer, raced, 58 yards to
score. But- it was ,a different sto
ry in the second half when the
New York defense,, kept 'e
Browns from crossing their own
Conerly, who, bad fired a 39 39-yard
yard 39-yard scoring pass to Bob Schnel Schnel-ker
ker Schnel-ker In the second quarter, ell-
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Top NBA October
."' MILWAUKEE (UPf) Enrc?
hean fighters dominated the Na
tional Boxing. Association ratings
for October,) taxing over tne ton
two spots among ; heavyweight
contenders and the "Bor of thf
Month'' selection, the NBA sajd
Ine-emaf Johansson of Sweden
was named No. 1 heavyweight
contender and Brian London of
England was picked No.- 2. II is
the first time in modern history
that Europeans hsve. been, the too
two contenders in the '" neavy
weight ranks, Fred J. Sadriy,
chairman of the NBA rating com
mltte' said -
, Henry Cooper,' British heavy heavyweight,
weight, heavyweight, was named, "Boxer of the
Month." end Gustav sscnoiz, uer
man middleweight who defca'e'"
Charlel Humetf for; the European
title, was given nonoraue men
tion. ' f ''-
Saddv said the rise of European
boxers is certain totisve strong
psychological effect on the 'fight
rs,' encouraging upcoming' hope'
fuls front the com
TILEVISI PITT GAM I
NEW YORK (UPI) The Notre
Dame-Pittsburgh game at' Pitt
irh Nov. a win be televised
throughout the East. :
maxed a 77-yard third period
drive with a- 15-yard touchdown
heave to Alex Websten The New
Yorkers then got ts keep the ball
when their punter, Don Chandler,
was roughed by Paul Wigging and
uineriy inrew 10 yards to Web
ster, for dhe winning touchdown
early in the final period, : -;,
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' Second T Baagh
Conerly's three touchdown pass
es gava him a total of 140." mov
ed him ahead of Sid Luckman of
the Bears 139 and left hira sec second,
ond, second, "only to Sammy Baueh of the
neasxms 187 amon NFL- tnurh.
-Brown, 'who avers ieif in Vmih.
ing yards in bis first five games,
was "held" to. 113 in 13 tries
while Mel Triplets of .the Giants
gained lift.. Brown now had 928,
only 218 short of Steve Van Bur.
en's season record. of 1,146.- ;
. ine iNew yorx defense probably
faces a stiff er task dpi ?rmH.
in a Baltimore club that has av averaged
eraged averaged 39 'points a same M?i
jonn unitas'of the-Colts threw
scoring passes' to Lenny Moore
anaAian Amercne Sunday be.'ore
he was; taken-to a hospital with
a possible cracked rib. George
Shaw replaced Unltas and thrtw
scoring .'passes to Tjnnv T.vi
Jim -Mutscheller an Bert Rechi-
""Tounng cold rain before
r Rams Help Colts
The. Colts Owe 1 vnta nt th.nV.
to the Rams in general and Jon
Arnett in particular for helping
mem boost their lead to two
games. Tom Wilson scored three
nines lur ine nams out u- was
Arnett -who really wrecked the
.Bears., jon- rusned for 90 yards
gauiea us on. punt returns and
71 -on passes and was described
oo uuo ui uie greaiesc oi au
nme in lootball by coach
ueorge Haias of the Bears.
coach Jim Lee Hewell of the
wants, a staunch supporter v of
vonneny aurins; years of criticism,
praised Triplett and his defense
at ueveiand. i
'We were very s pleased with
Triplett's play," Howell said.
"Our strategy was to stop Brown,
RayvRenfrom Cleveland's flanker
back and Bob Mitchell the left
halfback In that order. It was
our best game of the var h
"The statistics tell the story' of
the game,". Coach Paul Brown
said. "We completed onlv four of
14 passes; Our passes lust weren't
onenintf tin Nur Ynrk'a Mm h
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HILLS'N'DALES RALLY Last Sunday the Pahama-CZ- V.W. Club held, Its first competitive
event, a fiills'n' Dales Bally. The group traveled picturesque back roads of the Canal "Zona
and' Panama, starting at the West Bank and ending at "Posada San Antonio" on campana
Hill.V Shown In this picture (left to right) are Ernest Zlschka from Panama, winner 'of -the f
consolation prize 'crylng towel;" Sgt. Emil Menk from Fort Clayton,' and Mrs. M- L.1 Nelson v
from Balboa, tied for third; Gilbert Davis from Balboa. who came in second, and Werner Wolf
from Panama, finished first. The1 next meeting is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Ti-,,,t
vol! Hotel. i- .... r.
ON ACTIVI LIST
NEW YORK fUPI W Frank Sel-
vy, recently obtained from the St.'j
Louis Hawks, has been placed on
the active tisti by the New ,, York
Knickerbockers." The Knicks will
drop a player to make room for
Selvy after a workout today. ,.
DIMAGGIO PLAYS FOOTBALL
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LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. (UPI)
Joe DiMSggio Jr., son of the ex ex-New
New ex-New York Yankees baseball great,
played five minutes at "offensive
center, Saturday as Lawrenceville
School beat Choate, 33-8. DiMag.
gio, Sr., was unable to appear at
the game because of previous
FIGHT MANAGERS. IMPROVES
NEW YORK, IfUn) Physi Physicians
cians Physicians at Metropolitan. Hospital; re.
port George Biddies, manager of
featherweight champion Hogan Kid
uassey of Nigeria," is improving.
Biddies 54, went to the hospital
Thursday and was reported in cri critical
tical critical condition on Friday,'
Whenever th Dains f Rheumatiam.
Arthritis, Nsuritis, Lumbat. Scl-I -u
tlcaj: stiff muaelss and swallsnl .s
iolntg malta you miaarabl. set :
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bc. ROMIND quickly brines fn : .irl u -ttio
ralicf so you can, slacp, work
. and livs in comfort. Don't sufjtar ,-7,-r-!
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The whole ticket as 52 pieces divided in two series "A" & "B" of 26 pieces each
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Approximations Derived From Third Prize
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t 5709 104.00 S711 104.00 5713 104.00 5715 104.00 5717 104 00 5720 104 00 5722 104 00 mi 'iiuaa ti-M"
- 14.00JS71. 104.W S714 104 00 57.0 W.0 S71S 104.00 572? J,J.O0 RB 'lMJt m jV t S7 1M.J5
Prise-wlnnlnV Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Dra wins; were se kt at: The 1st Panama, 2nd Panama, and ,3rd In Colon
,The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending In t and not included in the above list win Flftr Tn lioiiar. iw ooT-i.
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hfl lft-,k,. .lau. kl.L 1 .1. 4. a ,. ...... .".',. 1
V1 ,cket, ha nftyrtVo pieces, which comprises'? the two series ."A" &
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I.- Signed by, The Secretary, Government DOMINGO GONZALEZ, H.
'. Th Rsnrnai4a!tim nt ih Truim tort rm l '
-WITNESSES: Luis A. Raskin MCed. 47-84.T
. 5 Aaberto E. PerexCrd. .74.70S
(J.. 7 t
The Representative of the Treasury JOEL MEDINA '
'Notary Public, Panama
PABLO A. PINEL M.
KlftTF' "nnlnS tlekots With th last clphsr and wlUi tho two lart
WJ 'ciphors spply only to tho First Priss. r I : .-
The First Priio and th 2nd and Srd Prlzts sro drswn sopsralalyThs piv
proximatlons ar calculated on tho First. Second snd Third prises. In cano
, a ticket Rhould carrr the numbers of each oris, the holder le entitled to
claim payment for, each. -
DRAWING OF THE 3 STRIKES
I I t,: Sunday,' November' 1 958
, Drawing Number 710; .' -",
1 K,lj f' Fraction ticket i
;Firt Priie. i .V V .88' -'$11.00 $220.00
, Second Prize. . e 11 3.00 60.00
S ' ,A.'
2.00 1 40.00.
The arises Will bo
!".ub.,.i ta. t'r!,!lt w,,h ,n OHkM Ust of Panama ta'
f the National Beneficlent LotlerT altnalml i rn,i a...
PLAN OF ORDINARY DRAWING No. 2070 WHICH WILL
TAKE PLACE SUNDAY NOVEMBER 9, 1959
q(vided in two series of M frAcflons each, denominated
-J Krti Prise, ; Sertea A: and B, of $26 000 00 each series $52,000
Second Prize, Series A end II of 1 am m nscnnnn
J 'Tl'rd Prize. Series A snd Bt ot 3.910 00 esch. series t'soooo
r,piuAMuaiiuiiA Banns n ana 0, 01
prizes, series A and B, of
90 Prizes, Series A and B.
90 Prises, Series A and B,
260 00 each series
UftO 00 each series
'', 78 00 each series
of. v 26 00 each series
-,.- I ;w t-. v-if arrnwn mi .'
- .IS Approximations,' Series A and B, of $
' I Prizes, Series A snd B. of t k
' r THIRD PRIZE
i IS Approximations, 'Series A and B, of $
' I Prizes, Series A and B, of
1074 Prises t , ,TolaI.
23 400 00
14 040 00
65 00 each serlM $ 2 340.00
ISO 00 each series 2,340.00'
'H 00 each series
7S 00 each Series
Price of a whole ticket ... s ...... $26.00
Price of a 52nd part-1. .;.',...,.!!;. 0.50 1
PRIZES ARE PAID WITHOCT DISCOUNTS OR TAXES
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. ; FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740 .A v
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
t THI3 SPACE 13 FOR f ALE
;for information telephone 2-0743
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PHILLIPS V OeeeaeWe
urn 1-1 877 Critfobil -'
at Santa ll Taltphoaa
Smitli, Gtmht 302
1 P0 RfNTM'" '..
thraa fcadrnw, wa bathwm.
' hat watar, maia" ram with
bithream. Phona .1-1170.
FOR RENT: FvrnUlieel ehalat,
tw kadroam, livini-dialBi ream,
. MKti araia, Campa Alarj,
Santuaria Naciaaal Straat Na. 4.
'Marcadaa Buildinf. Da luxa cam cam-,
, cam-, marcial and effica building. Am Am-..
.. Am-.. pla parking I apaea. Night watck watck-,
, watck-, man. Medarata rant. Balboa
' Avanua, naxt ta num tchool.
Ricarda A. Mira $. A. Tal.
HONOR HERBERT HOOVER
NEW YORK (UPI) The Na Na-tiontl
tiontl Na-tiontl Institute of Social.. ciences
announced yesterday that former
' PMMi.nt Herbert Hoover wiU be
h firt rsoB in 59 year to
receive for a second time its gold
f medal for service to humanity,
a.- Hoover received the award in
1918. Institute President Grank
t.. ai4 nther to receive the
1958 gold medal will be James
R. Killian Jr., special assistant to
the President for science and
technology; Negro soprano Ma Ma-Tian
Tian Ma-Tian Anderson; and Robert B. An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, secretary of the Treasury.
H LIFE INSURANCE
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rate and tnfprmation
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Finance .four New Or
' Used Car,
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mot
I on new can
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
lac air tare, transfers, tours,
and a'"v hotel
leave evv Tues and FrL
J Tel Panama 2-1661
the first and only
no more burned out tubes
- Kuaranteed for life
work on flashlifht batteries
angle of 7o
.! only $27.50
- j i 155 Central Ave.
i Wlth built-in Universal
V'Hi U.IHHI N.
' Join the new sports parade enjoy yourself' on
- week-ends and holidays, tourinc the country in a new,
wonderful LAMBRETTA scooter. We have 4 different
V models in stork. Special C.Z. prices. We have servlcln
'V; ''', ':':a.nd parts. Buy your LAMBRETTA today!
lucbleila CASA SPARTON
FOR RENT: Cimpa 'Alagra.
Excaptienal nica furnithad ana
Mam apartmtnt, naar El Pana-
hot watar. call 3-1 78?. r.,r
FOR RENToa apartmcnt:
thraa baaWmt, tvro bathreomi,
pirior, dining ream, niaid't room
-and garaga, hot watar. 48th St.
Na. 23, Apt. Na, 2.
FOR RENT: 2 badraam apart apart-mant,
mant, apart-mant, living-dining room, kit kitchen,,
chen,, kitchen,, independent tarvica, belch
rant, San Fnnciici, Secend
Avenue N. l.'Phenf S-1221.
FOR RENT! Apartment, 2 bed-
reomi, living-dining 'ream, kiN
ehen, independent tarvice, San
Franciice da la Calata, First
Avenue Ne. 43. Phane 1-1221.
FOR RENT: Two badraam
apartment. Cuba Avenue Ne.
40-50 4Expeiition) apartment
Ne. 9. Phane 3-3329.
FOR RENT:- Luxuriously fur furnished
nished furnished apirtmanti, daceratad by
well known interior decorator.
Rental include all utilities, maid
service, telephone and 24-hour
watchman, Ask at "Arte y Deco Deco-racion"
racion" Deco-racion" Store In Edificio Campe
Alagra en Via Espana across from
Hetal El Panama Hilton, tele telephone
phone telephone 3-7425.
FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. Telephone
138C. .,.New Alhambra Apart Apartments.
ments. Apartments. 1 0th' Street, Colon.
FOR SALE: Excellent Cadillac
hardtop caupe, priced $100 be below
low below Bluebook. Panama duty paid.
Phone 83-6230 evenings,- 501 -A"
FOR RENT: Small apartment
with modern conveniences in re residential
sidential residential sactlan, 50th Street Na.
41, Bella Vista.
LAUREL. Md. fUPI) Turinr
tra v,'on the $20,000 added Turf
Cup before 18,434 fans at Laurel-
BOSTON. (UPI) The Boston
Pruins scored a 3-1 victory over
the Detroit Red Wings in a nationally-televised
BATON ROUGE. T.a (VPi
j-ouisiana atate defeated Missis
sippi, 14-0, before 68,000 fans in a
meeting of previously, unbeaten
ana untied college football! teams.
CINCINNATI, (UPI) The St.
Louis Hawks scored a 97-90 tri.
umpn over the Cincinnati Royals in
a iiauonauy-teievised National
uasKerDaii Association game.
LEIPZIG, East Germany (UPI)
East Germany defeated Norway,
4-1, before 60 000 in an, internation
al soccer match.
LONDON, (UPI) Galina By By-strova
strova By-strova has established a pentath pentathlon
lon pentathlon world record of 4,872 points on
the last day of the U.S.S.R athletic
championships, according to Tass
Teams Get Prof
Message7 At Last
iNEW YORK (UPIV- Th na
tion's college football teams, have
gotten the -message" from the
professionals at long last,
ine "message in this case
happens to be the field goal,! an
obscure scoring weapon, among
the crew cuts since the days of
the old drop kick but the play-for,-pay
boys' ace ia 'the Hole on
ay ack; right along, v;
Along the pro .circuit, you'll of
ten hear a coach tell his quarter
oacK: "settle .lor uiree if -you
can't set six." .
- There was a lot of "settling for
three" along the collegiate trail
the past weekend too, a ,United
Press International survey disclos disclos-i('todfc&
i('todfc& disclos-i('todfc& Viat&1
' ""The survey, showed il 'schools
that "went for three" 15, times.
One of tbcm Purdue -r establish established
ed established a Big Ten record; by,rok.ng
two field goals in a 31-8 romp a a-ver.
ver. a-ver. Illinois, while Georgia Tech
permitted Tommy Weill five shots'
at the crossbars before he final finally
ly finally hit for the margin, -of victory jn
a 10-8 decision over Duke.
Field goals also marked the
margin of victory for Syracuse,
Wisconsin, Kansas and Davidson.;
LEAVE TOUR AO WITH OWE OP TJS
INTRRNAL OR fUBLICAClONES Mo. 1
BAEDO-No. U "B" Street MOBR1SON
FARMACIA LUX-rlM Central Avenne
FARMACIA VAN DERJ1S-- Street No.
FARMACIA VAN DLB-JIS 8e Street No.
A THIS Be tide the Bella Vltta Theatre
FOR SALE: 1957 Taunus 1$M,
. German ; Ford, excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, two-tone, white sidewall,
Tal. Albrook 7 1 08. : r -; i
FOR SALI1957 CKevrelet 1
dear, hardtop newer fllidara fllidara-dia,'
dia,' fllidara-dia,' electric ww, w..w. tirat,
lew mileage, excellent condition.
. CM Balboa 2943.t
FOR SALiS Merrit Miner,
4 door hardtop, like new, $950.
Call I2, 3427.
F0R SALE: 1951 Ford 4-door
sedan. Inquire at 0844, Gavilan
Read, Balboa ( beside .Cable of office),
FOR SALE : Chevrolet 2 door
block and white 1955, radio,
hydrematic,' mileage 32,686.
1 200.00, cash only. Call, Bal- -boa
FOR SALEs 1953 Buiek Super
dynaflow, radio, 0774K Wil Williamson
liamson Williamson place. 2-2984.
FOR SALE MKi;- liam-
FOR SALE: Will exchange 54
Buick Century, hard top and
cash, for lata modal sport, car.
Call Albrook 2207. :' :., a
Jose Torres Scores
Pro Victory By TKO
NEW YORK, NOV. 4 UPI)
Middleweight Jose Torres, New
York's new "Golden Boy," will
fight again on Nov. 24 at JIttle
St. Nicholas Arena, where last
niEht he had a turnaway rpwd
and a technical knockout over
Canadian Burke Emery;
The largest St, Nicks crowd in
20 vears 4.118-saw Puerto Ri-
can-born Torres register nis am
straight professional victory and
his sixth knockout when he
stopped Emery at 2:07 or the
fifth roundReferee Harry Eb-
Sherbrookg. Ont.; was iiooreo
once in the fifth and was bleed
ins: from cuts beneath both eyes
The defeat snapped Emery's
winnlne- streak at seven straight,
For this non-televised bout the
gate was $10,048. In two previous
scrans at St. Nick's, the 22-year-
old stablemate of heavyweight
champion Floyd Patterson drew
pates of 47.174 and $5,630.
Rantcy Torres.' who came, to
New York from Puerto lca two
years ago andf now lives in
Brooklyn, weighed 164 pounds
the heaviest of his career be because
cause because he was fighting a light
Rantrv. brown-haired Emery
top contender, for Yvon Durelle's
Canadian ugnt-neavy crown,
scaled an unexpectedly low 163-
V2, having pared off more than
he fiKured hvorder to come in
at less than his agreed limn 01
Rmerv. 24. tried eamely to
make a fight of it; but h lack
ed the wepnons to comnete wltn
Jose's solid left jabs, rocking left
hooks and smashing rights. It
was the Canadian's eighth "de
feat and first official kayo in 42
RrfMEUPIV Millions of Eu
ropeans .vill hfe, able to watch the
coronation of- Pope John XXHI
over a Continent wide television
hook-up today it will 'be the firsi
TV presentation of a papal coro
CIGAR PROVES FATAL
. V1NCENZA.' ItalyvftlPli A
cigar caused the :oatH of eliseo
Del Laeo durintf the weekend.
DhI Laso. 84. fainted whilft sitmk-
ing a big black Italian ?lgar. The
cigar.- slipped into nis winapipi
and died of asphyxiation.
i. X'O- -fC '
Valteettate( ltrlct Court Per
' The .District ot The Canal tone
iV.'.' .Dhrhkm df HaloM'',
dharles F. Knottai Plelntlft vs. Suian
, 63 CI-
IvU Docket 21 Action for
t h above-named' defendant:
, You Vre hereby required to appear
andiahawea the complaint filed In the
above-entitled action within ninety days
after the first date of publication.
: In-case of your' failure to so appear
and anawer. Judgment will be taken a a-galnst
galnst a-galnst you by default for the relief de
manded m the complaint.
wttnfsr tha Honorable Guthrie F
ji' ,ML4 Gt.lM ni.trit
Court for the District ofthe Canal Zone,
this October as, was.
r ,;,: Sara tfe la Pane
f i Clerk'.' .,: .?
. f Vi"...v By 'Marten' D. Bowea
' ; ''ViA Deputy Clerk
To Buaan M. KnOtt
Th 1 Aretolne summons Is served upon
you b? publication pursuant to the order1
thai Honorable :Cuthrle
Judae. united Btates
istrlct Court for
the District of the-Canal Zone, dated
r)rtnhm 17. lssSl and entered and fUed
In this action In the office of the Clerk
of said Vnlted States District Court for
the Division 01 twiDoa, on uciooer u
u.,') Clerk ,...
. f : ; By Merlin D. Bowea
;.;',:""' ','''; Deputy' Clerk
AGENTS O OCT OFFICES AT U IT -H
Letter Plaxa a CASA ZALDO Central
- 4U1 et July Ave. A i St. LEWIS SERVICE Ave. TivoU We. 4 FARMACIA EaTAoOa UNIDOS lt Central Ave.
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE aV rca. sta.la, Oaaa Aje. Na. 41 OTO .TOMTust Airesemena Ave. ; .f
SJa. FARMACIA EL BATURRO Parque Lcfevre Street FARMACIA -Ai" Via PORRAS lit a MOVED AO ES
S3 at FARMACIA- EL BATURRO rarque Mievre j Bweec i.
COLON OFFICIt IStk Street a4 Aaiadat Guerrero No. 14J2L
FOR SAII: Twa baby play:;
pens, baby ef roller, scale, cheap,
Liviitf room aet, rwe sectional
sofas, two a S a y chairs, thraa
tablet, diningreera aet of blone!
mahogany, three pieces, eight
chairs, Praktina camera, excellent
condition. Calla Panama 1-6608.
FOR SALE- Bambea excellent
condition. Settee, two chairs, cof coffee,
fee, coffee, table. Also carvetf Chines
hest ; f drawers, t call Ralbaa
1091 after 4;30 p.m. ar tea at
5628-D. Hecker St. Diablo.
Jack Smith Versus
George Riley Team
Golf Tourney Sunday
The third annual Jack Smith vs.
George Riley team match golf tour
nament will be played at the
Summit Hills Golf and Country
Club Sunday, Nov B with tee-time
let for 8:00 a.mW
. These matches have woven to
be quite spirited in the past, and
this year's, matches', should be a
big a success with the losing team
paying for the fish fry. dinner for
these players oar the winning
team.: These fish dinners will cost
.75 per plate and all non-golfers
All Mayers should report to
their respective team fcaptains not
later man b:uu a.m. Any aummn.
member ; not listed below, who
wish to play in the tournament,
are requestea to contact one 01
the two team captainaV
ipbejc teams chosen, by; Riley and
Smith5; arejSeorge; Riley (capt.),
Frank Day., JePouglowicz, Joel
Thompston, Ted Jordan, Ed Tur-
ko, Pres. Trim. BiIJ Jamison, jjick
AgOll, jjoii xuweii, jjcyvill mycia,
T-.A Uawna : Din lUAlann PnK Ailfl.
nehmer Ed Cherry, Bill Bailey,
Fred Young, Leo Eberenz, Gary
Hartley;1 Ed Shaw. Don McDonald,
John Salterlo, Bill Rogers, Pearl
Trim.'oPat ..Waring,.'Betty. Coleman
MaggrBaUeyilw; Thomas, Faye
Dav. and Polly Zon.
Jack Smith (capt.), Tony Jan
kus, Marv Chadwick, Bud moinas
Jack Witelaw, Bob BXOWEN, Boo
Armitage, Bill Conger, Alex ADe'
renz, v onuwi, jouatcx
t n asuk uitataei u a van
Bob LacnaDeuee Jim nooa,,
Dunn, Ed Scott, Roger Micnei,
rUtA. chgin Wa 7nm Jim .Tnhtv
1JUC VJ p. ----
son, Ed Kielock, Joe Salterio. Al
Zon, Louise Jones, Maxine Hood,
Wilma Riley, Velt Sharp, Kay
Hi folks! Thought we got lost?!
Not, all, and we are back and in
time for the holiday observance
to boot. .,,
- Tt heine- aairl ihat Here, that S
the name of a pocket mag as: if
you didn't know, will be there
ennn will rnotine-tooting edition
of what happened to, you and you
and you and your menus, too.
fl 1 Cannta Fllllsrrl Sin
xiair nav Constable and several
others will be pitching in their
bit. so if you are 'in focus, you
may get your i
The newly inaugurated Kent
Boite is a real gone get-up, Be
lieve me it is. Seen on opening nue
u,. Tovinv "Mr Atlantic" him
self, scribler Herbert Moise, and
a whole' flock of the regular E-
ouire eroun. '
Snpakincr of the show. It Was
the most as the Carol Greaves
nnartpt aultrv Shirley Stewart
Ruth Couringtoh, Leroy Feurtado
and sir Panama did a hang UD
inh of entertaining: not to men
tion the melodic renditions of the
Four Links, '
Anvwav a brand new show .Is
rnmins for this week
Also at the Kent we saw barber
Jennings, Victor Minnot, Leon
Lawes and several of the other
guys soloingj ; i V
The Eitadle and "W" had
thalr deart closed, but optnad-
the dears to admit sunlight :
ejaln evarv tha weakisnd under
tha managaman of 'B Bar Bar-Hndar"
Hndar" Bar-Hndar" Rolando Buchanan. Re
lands Will be administering hit
personal touch In the, "W" and
Maroet wll be Sarylng at "the
E stadia bar
WelUvhow about this? FriettS
Vic Carew, was Wrhdayinp, -sain.
Believe it or notT-Vic is not
the "Ninomillon'?' h 1 the "Ni.
no 8" deNpviembre.;;,
This reatty is newJ V Rio Mir
Club m anader Carlos Dudley, was
ail imiiH thli woclc ii he i an
nounced that the oopular 'club is
nlann nsr aw rreal gone uio
Year's outing, the nlace Isn't
entirely a secret but ahat ;will be
About five years R0 Princ
Phillip made visit to Panama,
when he accompanied H.M. Queen
Elizabeth II, and 1 most certainly
BTBJEPT,' PAJf AM inmi mOABM IIM .V.SPVZt?
Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACY IS J La Canasqallla a PABMAC1A LOM-
FOR SALEr t.-" laesien plana,
$275. Rayal portable, 1$ 3 0.00,
0424-B, Vanade Street,. Aneea.l.
2.2411. v f
FOR SALEsCombination Tela-'
vision record player "Motorola"
' chaise lengevWetthinheu re
, frigerator, f lanolx autematie
washing machine, CO cycle, good
condition. Other Hems. House 7 7-.41,
.41, 7-.41, Las Cruces St.' Balboa.
FOB SALE Three speed record
player," twp! tables, one folding.
large plate (lass mirror with ma-i
hegany frame ait Hx544 Phen
Balboa 2409.- m, ,1
FOR SALE: Tape recorder with t
accasories and remote eentrol.
Please call 1-7744. i
OUSTANDING SELECTION OP;
BEAUTIFUL AND EXOTIC U, S.
AND EUROPEAN CHRISTMAS
AND LIGHTS.' IDEAL FOR
HOMES. STORES, CLUBS AND
ORGANIZATIONS, AT BUDGET
AMERICAN SUPPLY C'J" Sf
FOR SALE: Three strand Rat
tan. sat Includes three tablet ex ex-:
: ex-: tra covers and rug,' $175, din-,
ingroom eat, mahogany, $1 70.
Dumont 21 inch TV and table
$200. 1953 Pentiae, 4 doer by by-dramatic,
dramatic, by-dramatic, excellent condition,
duty paid, $800. Tel. Balbea
OUSTANDING' SELECTION OF
BEAUTIFUL AND EXOTIC U.S.
AND EUROPEAN CHRISTMAS
AND LIGHTS, IDEAL" FOR
HOMES. STORES. CLUBS AND
ORGANIZATIONS, AT BUDGET
AMERICAN SUPPLY CO. "J"
SUSPEND SHIP TRAINING
HAMBURG,- Germany (UPI) (UPI)-West
West (UPI)-West Germany's merchant marine
ha rWJdad not to train any more
cadets on board ocean-going sail-
in? shins for the time being., u
wax. disclosed todav. The decision
followed the sinking last year of
th hi ir fniir-m aster Pamir in the
Atlantic Ocean with the lost of
Nelson Ruth Cherry, Helen
Thompston, Ruth Rigney,-Shirley
Zupancic y ana jay, macuonaiu,
' TOWTV I
liked our beautiful Panama. Ac
nordine to GRV. one of the col'
umnists in a mid-day tabioia, rne
has been so impressed that he is
likely to make a return trip here
possibly in April of next year.
Enlovlna a buffet served at
the heme ef Miss Violet Prince
In honor of the first annivaria-.
ry. tjf tha Damas Admirable
ware: Mrs. Morrisen, Miss Car Carmen
men Carmen Lyons, Elena Dawson, Miss
Linda Taylor, Mrs, Louiat, Lew Lewis,
is, Lewis, Mrs, Ida King and Mrs. Io Ionic
nic Ionic Thorp.
- aaaaBaa' "'" ' "i"'-'
Speaking of entertainment a so
lid get-together was held for Mrs.
Violette Baptiste Jamieson on her
birthday last Sunday : Parucipat-
ing in the merry-makine. which
lasted until the wee hours of the
morning, were: Mr. and Mrs.
John Sealey. Mr. and Mrs. Ken
neth Babb, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Sealey. Mrs. G. Lloyd. Mrs. L,
Phillips. Mrs. Zoraida Alvarez.
Miss Lilia Box, Miss Anita Ja
mieson, Miss 'Judy ,. Cam aron,
Mis Weda Robinson and Mr. L
Friend Jennings Blackett1 a n J
other members of th Blackett
Familv are mourning the loss of
Mrs. Francis Blackett,' maternal
head of the well known family.
We extend our, sincere condo
lence. , J
'' Statesside visitors Mr, and Mr.
George St. Rose was feted .by the
Women's Activity Club at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Mnnlouis last week.
The couple will be around for
the next several weeks, so wel
come back and enjoy your stay
here. 1 :
Sr'n and tear Its Compalinlng
that her doll got .broken-and Bil Billy,
ly, Billy, her friend, was responsible
for it, three-year-old girl ttM
hard, long and loud, while htr
mommy could get her to .listn
and cox her into explaining just
how Billy broke the doll, she said
that she "hit Billy on the h a d
with the doll .and thaA's how it
happened". . -
t Thought tor Today i Offtimei the
test of couraie becomes to live
rather than, to die Alfieri Ores
FOR SALEtwLete 500 end 1.000
r Meters, in the Nueve Hiaidrem
Urbanixation. across tha Rama
Racetrack. All Iota with street
v 'rents, sewaje, water mala and i
electricity. CaM McBarnett.
TaL I-256t. -a, -,,
FOR SALE: Cement hawse, S
reems ana! bath, ataetric liahhv liahhv-,
, liahhv-, srarar, furnished, tile flean. i
Cermene. Balbea 3-1375. -,
Pre-Election Stock Market
NEW YORK. Nov. A fTTPTTh
election holiday todav marl. iuTiti
felt in reduced activity and nar-
iuw irae movemenif yesterday
on the stock: exchange.- Markets
are ciosea today. i v.
The balance .wss to th nnairi
with all major group higher ex except
cept except for the utilities which reflect reflected
ed reflected ex-dividend adjustment.. There
were- a few-wide moving features
Firstone up -4; Amcrace, Am Am-erican
erican Am-erican Chicle, Amencan Viscose,
up over 2 each but for the most
part changes' were routine.
American, Motor again Wat the
day big feature,, climbing 1 Vs
pwuus W4dd?a on top turnover as
uie company renorted mshrnr
auction. Studebaker Packard
whose new "Lark"
bnov; 14. ran un to uu ki
heavy volume. General M otor t
gamea at director after the
close declared the usual dividend.
sieei snares were firm with U.S
steei un nearly a notnt t- av.riivi.
dend. Gains in the oils ran rlo
to 2 points in Texas Cnmnenv
Coppers had gains extending to
a points in cerro de Pasco, The
eircraits picxea up over a point
each in General- Dynamic f and
Bendix. ," ,v
In the" televisions. Admiral t one
a point, Sulvania nearly- "2 but
Motorola ,: lost 1 1; There were de de-clines
clines de-clines of a point to 2 in.
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MOSCOW IUPI1 Pirnf Tiotlw
Bronx, president of the American
Acaaemy or science, left for home
yesieraay alter winding up dis
cussions on U.S.-Soviet srintifj
exchanges, the official Tass news
agency reported, 'im
REPORTS LOAN TOTAL
woria Banc reported that 10 loans
It made during the three months
ended Sept. 30 brought tha-nmii.
lauve loiai m m loans inu far to
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To H:mDss Fusion
For Peaceful Uses
LTVERMORE." Calif. fUPIV
The University ef California radl
action laboratory disclosed yester yesterday
day yesterday that it has been working e e-cretly
cretly e-cretly since 1952 on an attemp;
tar harness the fusion ef the H
bomb" for power. 1 t
i ir. nicnara r t rosi,- s, one o :
three physicists who hve devoted
almost full time to tha six million
dlllta a- ) : tWMr)aM mmiA if
main problem is containing tfr
terrific heat of the hydroge i
"plasm". t , r
''We'v got the temperature mi
to 10 million degrees and held i;
lor one-cme-inousandta of a secant
he said'. "Right now we are sheet sheeting
ing sheeting for .on full second." ".
The' proiect had been classified.
hf .the-. Atomic Energy Commis
sion, dui Qisciosure or worx'oi
adapting fusion 'to peaceful us
was made by several nation. !r,
eluding the United. States, las 3
summer 'the sciehtifi meetin
in Geneva, 1 t
Scientists ald that luceesafl I
application "of fusion to peaceful'
use' 'friSy not? come In this eeri
tury. Laboratory Director Dr. Ec
ward Teller; ao-ealled father of th i
H-borabr sairl that it ultimatel
can v and -will be don. Ho it
progres ha been alow.
('" j' tf f
Th standard fuel h aB ef thr
fusion 1 attemp ha heed a heavr
form of hydrogen called deuterium.,
Scientists say; there is enough c (
k on earth now to supply all th l
world' power needs for up to t
much as a billion years.
But "Teller pointed out that I
will probably be decade Defer
the energy; can be' usilized to pre
duce- power, in practical amount;
Ooih Israel; Egypi
In Currchf Tcnshn
diplomats have warned both Is
j&el and Jttypt against takin :
any, raan action in th eurren
atmosphere of increased Arab
Israeli tension, a
The warning was handed ou i
four day aso. it wa realiabl '
' The move- wa an indlcatloi (
of the Increasing V. concern,
over the recent flare-uo In th i
Middle East, i pushed by' Cairn
press -campaigns against r Israe I
tnd by tough-talking .Israeli
Premier "David. Ben' Gurion' i
speeches in parliament.
v His, speeches seemed to wart
of Israeli military action on th
west -bank of Jordan in thu
statu, quo. In that country It
"Li' V""'''-' v -t
Th Increased tensions be"
tween the two camps-at th'
highest point since the Suez wa -Is
expected to nut under evei t?;
greater strain In mld-Novem
ber. it ,f !t i v ii
1 Jordan's spluckr voun; Rhvf
Hussein now planio leave Jor
dan on-Nov, io fpr Europe. Th
osiensioie reason tor hi depar ture
is a "vacation, i
Mohitbnng In US ?
WASHINGTON, (UPI) U'Th
Federal Aviation i Agency, an'
nounced today that commerciBt i5'1; i5'1;-jet
jet i5'1;-jet planes flying above 24.00
feet over, northeastern state i-1' vi
are now Jtept under 'radar ur -veillance
to help them avoid ai' 1
Thls provides the Jets, "which- r
now fly only to European points, V
with radar advisory ervlc froxj
takeoff within the United State t
until they pass beyond th ranftt I .X
of coastal radar. ,',
The agency said 'the am ra ,rt
dar-service -will be available fo -commercial
Jets along two routei t
between 'New, York and Miam
about Dec. 1. , n
The' target dat for providlni
the aervice along selected trans-
continental ; route is approxi approximately
mately approximately Jan. 1 1851 , i
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1958
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TXRRt'AND T3K P1XATIJ
Bj GEORGE fVUNDER
TOE STORY OF MARTHA HAYNB
. Rj WILSON K.RICCJ
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Faubus Thinks Court Trying
to Open Little Rock Schddls
LITTLE ROCrV Ark.,
s. Informed that the U.S. Eighth Circuit' Cour t of Appeals it trying to find a way to operT
on an integrated basis Little Rock's four e mpty ,hlgh schools '
f Faubus, closed the schools to keep the m fromJjeing lnUgrntd:A:.r:,;::-ihi
! The' governor said one reason he thin ks his 'Information might be correct Is that
the city's Negro leaders have not tried to Jntegrtrte private, 'segregatedchooltiiset
iip by segregationists. ,'''.'.
;. 1 'c faubus said the only way he knew tha t the court could get the high schools open
; would be to declare inconstitutional the laws he used to close them. 1 1 r -,
' '- But Faubus said he did not know how the constitutionality of the laws coujd be
1 tuled on by a Federal court of appeals wh en they had not even been tested in state
eOUTtS. '..', V
' irti r'.in 1 11. ..' 'v.. '. .,,"
'Meanwhile, the Arkansas Ed-
.ucation Department said 38
school districts With 166 displac displaced
ed displaced little Rock high schools stu students
dents students have applied: for state
Urhe money -$174 per student
1t) school term will be sent to
-each school district where a dis dis-Wed
Wed dis-Wed Little Rock high school
"d$pU has transferred.
rThe payment of Arkansas
slktfc funds to such schools is
Tsrovkled for by one of the anti-
'r.. . .11 Unfit nflecM lUSt
summer by the Arkansas Legls-r-Meanwhile
a new outbreak
Weather Or Not
. jThts weather report for tbs 21
Wrnirl ending 8 a. m. today Js
wewired bv the Meteorological
ind Hvdrorrawhio Branch of the
Panama Canal Oompanv:
: Balboa Cristobal
Hieb 9 J'
I Low 74 77
w .;... i 66
max. mph NW-is
RAIN (Inches) .70
(Inner harbors) 81 83
1 BALBOA TIDES
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 5
; High Lew
:17 a.m. 8-3S a.m.
10:0,0 p.m. P-m'
.75 -r .40
. 9:00 a.m.
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Nov. 4 (UPI) Cov. Oryal Faubus taid today ht, hat been1;
of bomb ecates "directed; a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Schools and colleges
was reported in several Pbde
Police ordered 1600 students
evacuated from Chamberlain
High School In Tapipa Fla.,
when an anonymous telephone
caller reported a bomb was
planted in the building. A search
of the school turned up no trace
of a bomb.. i
. In Virginia, another 1600 stu students
dents students were ordered out of the
Warwick High School building
when someone called police
headquarters and warned that a
bomb had been planted in the
school. JIo explosives were found.
Ap unidentified caller phoned
officials of Memphis State Uni University
versity University and said the school would
be bombed during the afternoon.
University of ficials made a fruit fruitless
less fruitless search for a bomb.
In Birmingham, Ala., a pro proposed
posed proposed boycott of city buses by
Negroes over the segregation
issue has apparently failed, a
check of some bus routes indi indicated.
cated. indicated. The Rev. F. L. Shuttlesworth,
Negro integrationist, announced
last week that the boycott was
voted unanimously at a mass
meeting of several hundred Ne Negroes
groes Negroes Friday night.
Shuttlesworth said the boycott
was retaliation for "mistreat "mistreatment"
ment" "mistreatment" of Negro passengers,-segregation
and the refusal of the
Birmingham Transit Co. to dis discuss
cuss discuss the issues with Negroes.
Bat although the boycott was
supposed to start Saturday,
Negroes rode carriers through throughout
out throughout the city. Yesterday, a nor normal
mal normal working day. Negroes were
observed as usual sitting In the
rear of the buses with no ap apparent
parent apparent decline In numbers.
A similar boycott in Mont Montgomery,
gomery, Montgomery, the Alabama capital.
lasted for a year and resulted
in nullification of that city's
segregated seatlne law.
Executives of the National As
sociation for the Advancement
of Colored People spoke Sunday
at state chanter meetings in Ar
kansas and Mississippi.
At Little Rock, NAACf Ex Executive
ecutive Executive Secretary Rov Wilkins,
said Faubus has helped the
Negro's cause by demonstrat demonstrating
ing demonstrating the futility of internoMtion
use of state authority to block
Federal mandates. He alto
predicted that "m a k e hift
schools must sooner or later
Clarence Mitchell, director of
the NAACP Washington bureau
told Mississippi members that
"time Is running out on seerega
tlonists in the Democratic Par
He urged Negroes to vote in
the election today, although "in
most Southern states colored
voters will have to close their
eyes snd hold their noses."
Paul Butler, Democratic na national
tional national chairman, made some
Elvis Leaves Pop,
FRIEQBERG, Germany (UPI)
Pvt. Elvis Presley left his
blonde German girl friend, his
pet poodle and his guitar behind
yesterday and went on Army ma maneuvers
neuvers maneuvers near t ,.the v Communist
' Tlie rock V roll star set out
from his hotel where the Army
permits him to' live with his fa father
ther father and joined the 32nd Tnk
Battalion in Friedberg or the
convoy to the maneuver area at
Presley is a jeep driver and
during he maneuvers he will un undergo
dergo undergo tests on locating and ob observing
serving observing "enemy" positions. He
will take map reading tests and
practice rifle marksmanship as
He gave a party Sunday night
in the Bad Nahueim Hotel where
he rented the entire .hird floor.
He admitted he had been dating
pretty Margit Buerin, a 16-year
old fraulein who works as a typist
in an office at nearby Frankfurt.
- She said Sunday be called her
"Little Puppy." She said she and
Elvis would "con inue our sa sa-quaintance"
quaintance" sa-quaintance" when he returned
from maneuvers. Also left behind
was Ptesley's new dog i rare
blonde poodle called Hcrry.
modification in his previous
statements concerning Southern
Democrats. 'a ;
But he urged a strong stand
on integration in 1960 and sug suggested
gested suggested that reprisals might be
levied in Congress against
Southern members who refused
to accept that stand. t
Those who do not want to
support a party platform eon
talning a broad civil rights
plank, Butler said, have the
choice of voting Republican,
embracing a third party, stay,
ing with the Democrats and
trying to promote their Views
or simply rot vote.
Butler oenletf that he had in invited
vited invited the Southern wing to
leave the party. "I hope they
will stay," he said.
Concerning Butler'n referpn.
to possible reprisals, Rep. John
Bell Williams (D-Mlss.):. com commented:
mented: commented: "Butler seems to be
under the delusion that he, is
running both the Dpmopmtii.
Party and the United States
congress, it will be impossible
for the Democratic Part.v til rtr-
gaiiize either house without the
support of Southern Democratic
Johh Rammrvn noli
"cllulrman in Georgia, said:
For the good of the Democratic
Party he Butler) ought to re-(
s gn instantly, if he doesn't re resign
sign resign shortly, he ought to he
xicKed out, for he Is doing the
Democratic Party a treat? rfi.-
JOfin Kasner ,n fni1 n,
Won went on trial on an incit
ing to not charge and the judge
ing to dd with the n,iti- I,
mixing of the races w
."J.he wl "' wheth whether
er whether or not there was a riot
ney Ksp's attor-
Raulsto Schoolfieid of Chat-
1st Kof PF; com"1"nd that toe
MiSiV' a?,,insf Kasner were
ii rir .i i
TODAY ooi ipS
" V S LS inl LI Show' MO VA2 A ll H SO fTi 1 K'
THE NEW SCREEN MUSICAL IN GORGEOUS COLOR
' BY THE COMPOSERS Off "MY FAIR LADY"
AN ARTHUR FREEO
M$m?t- PRODUCTION ,' VV:-
HttRpONE GINGOLD EVA GABOR
gUACQUES BERGERAC ISABEtJEANS ' ; "V I
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: VICENTE MINNELLI.' XV; ;V l v,fc
PoiDe John slCorohation
Relives Age-old Splendor
. VATICAN CITYi Not.'4 (UPI) the central altar under the S00
The coronation of Pope; John
XXIII as 262nd ; Pontrff of the
Roman- Catholic Church began
today in Vatican: City with age
old rites that relived in splen
dor the 1900-year history of the
v Thousands of the '-faithful,
began gathering in -the vast,
; cobble-stoned r square of St.
Peter's at dawn In spite of s,
line drissle which followed
night of heavy rain. By noon
the crowd had swelled to 500.
' 000 to cheer the new Pontiff;,
One thousand police were on on-duty.
duty. on-duty. .
The sua came out shortly be before
fore before the coronation ceremony; j
A canopy sheltered Jhe balco balcony
ny balcony of St. Peter's against the rain
or sun for the actual coronation
when the; triple crown of .-Bold,
sllverd and' diamonds was plac placed
ed placed on the .brow of the 76-year-old
Popewho was born Angelo
Giuseppe Roncalll, son of a poor
farmer. ' 1
The majestic religious ceremo-n
hies were held inside the Basili Basilica
ca Basilica before i a crowd of churchmen
and notables from throughout
the' i world-royalty and diplo diplomats
mats diplomats of 50 sovereign nations in including
cluding including the- United States and
many nations which are non non-Christian.iThe
Christian.iThe non-Christian.iThe crowning was on
For si its magnificence, the
four-hour ceremony was end ending
ing ending on a humble note.. The
Pontiff returned alone from
his triumphant appearance on
- the balcony to his austere a-,,
partments. Ther he took in
solitude the burden of spirit
ual leaderohin of almost 500
million Catholics throughout
'.the world,'..: 11
' Even the : flash of Jeweled
crowns, the rich garments of
breath-taking fineness and the
processionals and coronation
pageantry were diffused in the
humble sacrifice of. the Mass
Pope John said bareheaded at
At Corozal For
Militarv funeral services will
be held at the graveside in Co-j
rozal Cemetery at jo ajn. to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for William H. Wing Wing-ertzahn,
ertzahn, Wing-ertzahn, retired1 lock guard of
the Panama Canal's Locks Sec Security
urity Security Force.
Mr Wlngertzahn died Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning at Gorgas Hospi Hospital.
tal. Hospital. He was 65 years old.
He was born in Dunkirk. N.
Y. and served many years with
the Army from which he retir retired
ed retired in 1944, before lolnlne the
Canal organizatiorr in 1946. He
was. retired' ln August, 1952.
Since his retirement he had
marie his home on the Isthmus.
He is survived by his wife, a
resident of Panama City, and
bv two sisters and a brother,
all of whom reside in the Unit United
ed United States.
I Jam. Tl.i..l.
It was subdued further by the
thrice-worded admonition by an
assistant as the Pontiff: dropped
flax into the flames of a candle:
"Sic 'transit gloria mundl...
Thus passes the : glory of the
world. f -
For the 25.00Q Inside the Basi Basilica
lica Basilica privileged to watch, it was a
gripping moment of history.
Television cameras Installed
throughout the great jchurch
and outside for the first time
brought the magnificence of a
Papal coronation into the homes
of -viewers in Italy and 13 other
t 1 1 i i i i
Colon Realtor, CPA
Lionel De Caslro
Dies In Canal Zone
LIONEL DE CASTRO
Lionel de Castro, age 60, a
certified public accountant and
realtor of Col6n, died suddenly
this morning at the Diablo
Heights residence of his son-in-law
and daughter, Mr, and Mrs.
Joseph M. Watson,
Born In Panama; Mr. de Cas Castro
tro Castro received his education in St.
Thomfcs, Virgin Islands, and Wft
connected -with All America da da-blre
blre da-blre in Panama and Nicaragua
for several years before going
intd' the real estate ,Bistness In
Col6n. He was chief accountant
for Colon's Radio Center a n d
Peikard S A. v
In addition to Mrs. Watson,
Mr. de Castro is survived by his
wife, Adeliaa; his other daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mtfs. Gloria Van Rijssen. of
Baarn, Holland; his brother,
Frank, and his sisters Avelvn
and" Amelie de Castro, in addi addition
tion addition to seven grandchildren.'
Funeral services will be held
at 3 p.m. tomorrow at the De
Castro residence on Fifth Street,
Colon, followed bv burial In the
Mount Hone Cemetery. 1
His survivors have requested
that no flowers be sent. Instead
It is suggested that symphatis symphatis-ers
ers symphatis-ers mav send contributions to
tK, Uar4-. nr.Panpi, -J
3:42, 6:14, 8:50
For Little Girls'
; "She 1$ Not
Thinking Of Me"
"I'm Gla'd I'm Not
r Young Anymore"
"Trie Night They
i .'jf-y:-,'--.i..fl. I II : 9
Batista s -CbncVafe Coasfs
In Cuba s Quietest Presidential Election
HAVANA;. Nov-4 i (UPI)
successor,; coasted to verwhelminj- victory; yesterday in what
dential election iro Cuban history, t --
' Riverotook a S-tt-l.lead over his nearest opponent. la,
his lead was never less than 4-to-1 thereafter.
. .Mm: m..m.,,-.,.v. t.,c mum ,oji,mi; jiiics in i6o,obs ior ijarios Maraue
Sterling, 193,298 for ? es;-President Ramon Grau San Martin and 3S.024 for Alberto Salas Amaru!
i' i.?. ownmnt te'f.'T'cto'y l$Hed pre-election predictions. Chief surprise of
the ballotint; was theAstrr.gtht,shown,by,.Marques a ?dark .horse", nominated by the pnosii'
x ncuci leader-iui;i- vnotio, jsa.-
tista's archjfoe, -probably,:' was
responsible In .large. .degreellar
the gove.rrfmenfs ; snowball ?vic-!
tory. - ?v, f j ,;
- His threats of election 'vio 'violence
lence 'violence i which fatted to mat materialize
erialize materialize : kept an estimated'
20 per cent of. the Voters away
from -the. polls. -f,
Another 20 per "cent., other-
wise eligible; failed to register
and it appeared -likely that? a'
guuu uiiuij. ui liucsev. were' reoei,
supporters' who' boycotteel 5, the
election'?" -.' V11
' Reporis-tfrom -the canitaW of
Cuba's "flye interior provinces,
including; Santiago, capital of
r e volttorn ;Oriente Province, also
said the. votlngwa orderly.'-5-JThe
rebel, radio,' however, Reported--"heavy
fighting", nn the
Yagujay arpypn the north ''coast
or. .Las villas Province, where it
said bombing .planes of; Batis-J
las army were -acqve."'
The rebel .announcer-boasted
that "AU traffic1 in Las-vmas,
Camaguey and Orient Prov Provinces
inces Provinces was, at- a standstill,", Re Respite,
spite, Respite, the efforts of authorities
to keep tlie highways open. ,'
The .announced. -' reiterated
earlier 'xeber warning ttf civilt
!ans td stay off the, roads "until
Thursday.' He ;also-',renewed the
charges that'yesterday's 'poIUng
was an" ''electoral farce." v -;
The ,rebel control over high-
Red Chinese Charge
LONDON, Nov. 4 ,(WI)-!The
Communist. Chinese charged-'to-day
that Nationalist, troops on
embattled QUertidy. island used
pblsort g&s shells in, an exchange
of fire, yesterday. -. ;j
The ,chaTge wasr made in
Peiping radio broadcast heard
here. 1 v;
The Nationalists' used the" gas
during yesterday's. 3 p.m. artil artillery
lery artillery battle, Peiping -alleged.
Fourteen v Communist s troops
were affected,, -Peiping: radio
said. 1 ...
The type of gas alleged to
have been used was not .identi .identified.
fied. .identified. -..
Peiping radioointed out I'this
new irllitary provocation- by the
Kuomlntang iroops took- place
after the Gen. Chiang Kai,-shek
U.S. Secretary- of State John
Foster Dulles talks and thefup thefup-ply
ply thefup-ply of large amounts of.ammu
nition bv the U.S;. to theKuom theKuom-intang
intang theKuom-intang troops. 1
"inerefpre ft is an extremely
serious incident,", Peiping; said
II ;'i Ilk J" I
..i. jv .t .'nil .,.;-:.'",,..' .j ..,...
Andres Rlvero Aruero. President
ways virtuallyeut 'the 'island Te-
public.,' inhalf leaving1-only
three; of the slx, pro vjnees open
to traffic. ; .v ', )
Voters' everywhere? -went tov
-the polls.-with -the knowledge
that the 'rebels .under Fidel
Castro had threatened to shoot
to kill anyone i appearing on
the central highways of. the'
The cities o Santiago,' Hoi Hoi-guin'
guin' Hoi-guin' and Banes,' all id- Orient?,
wereorepdrted "'isolated" by reb rebel
el rebel -.sabotage of. all 'communica 'communications.;
tions.; 'communications.; v ,.,v
-Army-authorities --in Oriente
prohibited 1 civilian use of mili military
tary military .type -vehfcles-such as ieeos.
presumable because -.of rebel
thefts of, considerable quantities
of 'such equipmeilt -in recent
weteks. i i s. i" '. 5 i
"r President Batista'casf: nla vote
at 10:45 a.m. in a small polling
place, a block and"avhalf from
the Presidential palace, to which
he walked with his, wife' Marta
at' his side.. The route apd the
nresldentiaL uartv wer heavi
Ily guarded, i
Meanwhile In Washlhfton
the State Department said
that it was investigating 'to de determine
termine determine whether Cuban- rebels
hijacked Cubana' airliner,
which crashed In Cuba kill
in seven American. i
- "Whatever, the' truth the 'de 'department
partment 'department strongly deplores this
act of .brigandage' and. violence
which has resulted in the l-ss
of lives sf citizens oft both Cuba
and, the united States," spokes spokesman"
man" spokesman" Lincoln'. White said.; -:
; White noted' that a Washing Washington
ton Washington representative of Cuban reb rebel
el rebel leader 'Fidel Castro had deni-'
erf that Castro's movement had
any hand In the crash'..
News dispatches quoted. Cu Cuban
ban Cuban Airline : of ficials as saying
the airliner was seized by rebel
(runmert Saturday on flight
froai Miami ,to Varadftro jBeacht
a a-esort. about 60 .miles east of
Havana." ; l- t V
. White said he assumed' one
reason for an investigation ""or
dered by Earl T. smith, U.S. am ambassador
bassador ambassador to Cuba, was to deter determine
mine determine whether the rebels actual
ly, took, over the plane .Smith
announced mat he -was flying
to- the scene of the crash,
, State Department Information
on the-incident so far "has come
from airline-officials and not
from direct interviews with sur survivors..
vivors.. survivors.. i
, The 'disclaimer ow Casti'd's
""behalf was "made Sunday by
Ernest Betancourt, Washin k k-ion
ion k-ion representative 'of the reb,
tel chief. H" said rebel ra radio
dio radio k broadcast monitored in
Miami charged that the Vis
count w? nrm 'owj by a Cu-
. ban, air force wlaneti-i-
m EVE BNT
' Y fit, i. k
story on paqz 6:
To Fosy Win 1
was probably the euletest :Vreali"
the. first handful of baUots, an
.wmie rererred. reporters tl
,he Justice Department- w h e ft-
isked what was being done ti
curtail rebel acUvltyin the Uni
ed States, ? ;i
-He ;sald that, since It wai
legal matter he, was unable H
say whose responsibility it wouli
be; to protect, aircraft flying be
tween Miami ftnd Cuba. Z
Other official airi t.h mn
'fffecttve- protection" nmhhT
would be tD provide a more caret
ful screening of" passengerr
board ng Cuba-bound planes i.
Miami,-, t r
Ccnireii Abca(v: : I
H'Much Secrecy Sj
-WASHINGTON- (UPI) Thl
House -Information subcommittee
warned ; .today ;that Congref
will clamp, down on administrjl.
(ion officials Who "continue
worship at the shrine of secrecy?
The statement was contained m
a report summing up the subcoa
mittee's two. v year effort to im
prove( the flow of government i&
formation to the public, v
The House group plans to opfi'
two days- of hearings next wert
involving the Air Force asi.
charges-; of withholdiag inform
tion from Congress.
The report said that "as the'e--i
tent of excessive secrecy in tbe t
federal' government has been ulg
folded in subcommittee hearing,,
t e 85th Congress has acted to
protect the right of access to in.
formation jn specific areas.ss
Butr the subcommittee said the'
fact Congress hid acted only in
specific areas did pot mean "fed.
eral officials are free to set them
selves up as censors n areas 1
WW the law may be silent."
j-The iubcdmftittee Slid the 83tfl
Congress- struck these blows ioj -freedom
Abolishment of the Commerce
Department's" Office of Strategic
Informition, which, it called "an
agency created by the Executive
branch; to censor non-security in- I
, -Passage of the first federal
"freedom of information law" for forbidding
bidding forbidding use of n 169-ytar old
" ousekeeping" statute as an ex excuse
cuse excuse by government agencies for
withholding information. i
."Blocking an attempt by the
Executive branch to throttle mili
tary. leaders who are directed bp
law to t ve their expert opinion
Inclusion 'of a. precedent-making
-, freedom-of-information provi
sion in the 1 law establishing thr
new- Na'ional Aeronautics ana
Space'. Administration , ;
'..a,, TAD7AM '.v
JANE WCKIE S0RENSEN jit JMUMI
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THOMAS HAt PHILLIPS
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