The Panama American


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


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Panama -- Panama


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

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'lust thought I'd let, you know. that we beat the jungle,' the. easy
way, and Ate safe, and baclc.homeat, Fort Kobbe.". says Pfc
John Lv Summers, during one of his ilrst acts upon being res-
cued from the jungle and being flown, by helicopter -back, to
Fort Kobbe. Beside him as he makes the call is is wife Janice.
Summers' parents Mr. and Mrs. John L. Bummers Sr.; of Hou Hou-ton,
ton, Hou-ton, Texas were notifiadv of his being missing.; Monday- by
USARCARIB. ) (U.S. Army Photo

US Rate Councillors Deny

lacfc Of Community Spfrit

Civic council leaders in U.S.
. Stoutly, denied today that' their

that in the local-rate districts. i , -
i ".. .The question arose out of the-recent Civic Council elections
'In which the JJ.S. rate: communities recorded an abysmally low
i-t percentage vote that their Latin American counterparts!
. The;differenes, it was explained today, was merely-because
' if the. method and not the spirit.' r. .v t , -.
i In, the local-orate communities. Boy. Scouts,, and Khoolchli Khoolchli-:
: Khoolchli-: irn canvass door-to-door with the ballot forms and trap near-.
If everybody -in their own-kitchen, Whereas. in the U.S. rate
r irnii, resident, have to jnake- atrint.tft the-, votinr hooth.i ;

Said Rufua Lovelady of the Pa-
cuie Side- time i;ouncii todays
imagine, if- we- did the nouve can-
vicsin? wa woold' set nearly a
. ItUMUlVU tfF .rvi ., -i.
- bs0iuteiyi,ioeny w our tomuiu-
spirii'i any weakef.".
kn 'th a loeal-Tata' ouncumn
ere inclined to Sgree; Said E.. L.
vsujott nf Paraiso: W "make-
sure -w board everybody taeir
den.''.;' V "r-W
"Houses .where the residents t are
tut when the canvassers can Is
ihe moroii 2 are called tn again
in the evening. I think i 'we did
not have this system,, the" percent percentage,,
age,, percentage,, vote- would beabout the same
tor all districts.'; J
He added f am net saying the1
D-S.-rate council woult( not no as
well -to "take a leaf out' of oMr
book'as far. as meAhods-ara,.. on on-terned
terned on-terned & -z. y--?
the 'Pacific: ;Side- eoinmunities
recorded their highest percentage
tote, ever in this etectiofj because
ii" in" "i a -j""1 )"""-'
ftlrlincr Beliivcd ?
JlAVASA,. JrcnrV tJPl)
iniihati Irlinei with 29 nersons
' aboafid' disappeared' last, night
oyer Orients, province 'under
eircumsta;nces ilndicatingl it'.had
been hijacked' by rebel agents'
''It would, be" the third -Cuba-
' fee. Airlines plane to be- hijaefc-
td .by rebels in tw wee8 -,f
4 The. .Plane," 'twin-engined
DC J, was on a regular run
from fcavana ,to Santiago .with
J5 passengera and, lour crew-
. The passcngtra Included 'an
- American, ODert' Monxgonrery,
believed, to be a serviceman on
- hi way .to the'Guantananio na-
mmi Has mtfit tH "wnynftn' '.
'Two. Cubana Alrlinesplanea

were hijacked, by the rebels in
the past two weeks, .
on Oct. 2K a Cubana Airlines
plane with -persona aboard
- waarhljacked im Oriente- prov-
lncei .lt .'was- flown to -a seclud
ed airstrip; in the Sierra- Maes Maes-'
' Maes-' tra. Most of the passengers were
teleased later.- ,

lastSaturday, rebelsf-selzed-a
. to "Varadero' Beaclw Cuba... The
i Minn i ttriKciaMttsiintlfr am A mA 4m
pipe Bay, kilung 17 persons, .in .including
cluding .including Americana.'. 4 t o
Madden Resident's
:Bo3y Is' Found !vV
FIbatmg In Lake z
The body of Lorenzo Agullar,
B8, Panamanian resident of 8a-
. laman(! 1n th Marfdun Tulra,
rea, wa found' in the water of
a small, cove in the Madronal
v section-of the lake. His cayuco
was iounrt flot1ni narhv
He is known. tp, have been
drinking on th evening of Nov.
t When ha was last seen, ",t

communities 1n the Canal Zone"
community spirit is. any less
they did'eanart'of the wav in Vol.
lowing the Iocsl-raters7 idea'. High
scnooi gms'icaiiea at, ay, tne'
fice to collect votes -i S rw
Mi h Crcnchsi:
Story hours, are scheduled for
Saturday at botn .tne paraiso
and Rainbow City "branches of
the canal Zone library, and on
Saturday. Nov.'-15.,at.the. Rain
bow City library.
1 he program will be' part of
the Roosevelt Centennial Week
events,. All story hours will be begin
gin begin a.m. -v . f
.The, program at-Paralw wtll
be conducted by Mrs. Hilda
Butcher library assi&tanV She
will tell stories of Theodore
Roosevelt's early lift and of 'his
days as a rancher-in the west western
ern western part of1 the-tmited' States.
During the story-hour.- the chil
dren, will also hear records-of
western .music.
'The story teller for ihe Rain Rainbow.
bow. Rainbow. City program on flov, 35
will be Kenneth Griffith, branch
librraia'n i 1
In addition to the Roosevelt
story hours, a nroeram celebrat
ing .Children's Bookr.Week will
Hai 'heist raft thA- tA(MkAnrt,ui.
Llibrary on, Saturday This wlll
consist or wait Disneyi books
and- will. he' also;' conducteby
i'r1' I...'.
Service jCtirtaifedf 1
..- ,k "" i,
. .Thatcher-Perrv se'rvlm wtlf fc
operated on- a, curtailed: sched
ule. .during part of, November,
.according 4to an announcement
by the'Marine Director..
Beeinninar todav anri crtnf.iTiit-
ing through Nov. 25, the Ferry
ooat president PorraS will be
used In the tourist service' in
the Canal and the Thatrhr
Perry Service will be 1 onfmtrf
with -only one. ferryboat.
- At-will be operated on a con continuous
tinuous continuous basis from six o'clock iri
the morning, until ten o'clock

au iiigui,.-,,, pt-f



' J.CLEE, jMifi. (UPl) 'w The
election returns" yesterday or or-dered'
dered' or-dered' blend
Coys Knutsort to1 obey 'ther hu?-
uauu iiiu tuuig' i-f
; V i ' Ar'
And Husband Andy' added 1e
Coya's woes by- filins a t2no.ono
alienations of affections suit
against tils wife's handsome male
secretary 29-yeair-old. William ( O.
' Not.: even a Democratic Mand Mand-slide
slide Mand-slide and widesipread .farmer un
rest" in Minneso a-." could savo
Coya, a 45 year-old -two-term con-
eresswoman. from thp trntiblri
which started last Spring when

mmi i

an or! rliilrlranf
Of Crawford I Pair
To Get $20,000:
The five children of Welter (Wil (Willy)
ly) (Willy) Crawford and his wife, Dom,
who were killed in ah automobil
accident eany Tuesday morning
will-receive $20,000 as a result of
their parents' death.
: Crawford,': who will he1 -buried a a-long
long a-long 'with his wife this afternoon,
was- insured with the local Com
pahia Internaclonal Seguros for
$10,000 with double insiemnity' m
case of accidental death.
The Crawford children rahging
in age from 6 to 11 years, are prer
gently under the care -of Craw Crawford's
ford's Crawford's mother, Mr S Bonifacu
The Crawford? died- within
few hours of each other after when
the station wagen in which they
were, riding was hit head-an by a
vehicle driven by Sp- Jkifgei To
rres Rivera on the Trans-Isthmian
Highway near the Casav Rosads,
Soldier J n Crash I
Has Broken J af
' A Puerto Rican soldier Who
suffered a' broken -jaw arly
Sunday In a head-on polllslon
near the Casa Rosada on the
Trans-Isthmian Highway is rt-i
cuperatlng In Gorgas today,
Twi-res Rivera (first xepoittd as
i iuies) Is not considered crit'eal.
He 1 suffering Irom lacerations
in addition to the broken law.
5 One of Torres'- passenger's".
GuillermoiGuajardo&rWsj kUU
ea in uiacrasn, ,
(Mr. nd Mrs: Walter Orawfwrrf.
who wert in the car.-both :died
after the accident, Their funeral
was: scheduled or todays
Guy, Favkes IlijM
Brings Explosive
Rioting To Lender
plosive rlotg broke outlast night
and early today when hundreds
of police charged into fireworks fireworks-popping
popping fireworks-popping youths in midtown Lon London,'
don,' London,' -'s '
Fires and fistflghts raged a-
cross the city during an unpre unpre-cedently
cedently unpre-cedently violent conmemoration
of fGuy Fawkes'light,,' named
for a man who tried to blow up
Parliament three centuries ago.
Authorities i estimated i "hun "hun-dreds"
dreds" "hun-dreds" injured in clashes with
police and firemen, and in fire fireworks
works fireworks mishaps. j
In Trafalgar Square,: platoons
or foot and mounted police
marched against an estimated
5.000 youths hurling firecrackers
at each other in the geographi geographical
cal geographical venter of London, Fighting
brpke out. Before the square was
cleared, 103 persons had- been
Similar Incidents were renort-
ed across the- city, So; many bon
fires and fireworks were set off
that a deeo smog settled over
London, cutting visibility, to ope
block in many low lying areas.
Emergency -calls brought bat
talions of police Into downtown
areas. ' -
'In the Paddmgton nelehbor-
hood.:-300 angry children pelted
firemen who tried to extinguish
a huge street bonfire. The Lon London
don London fire brigade reported a total
of 368 bonfires extinguished, ana
87 calls to other blazes attribut
ed to ilreworks.
Andy"1. Issued a public plea of
"toya come nome.'
" Final returns shdwed that Coya
had lost out to Republican Odin
Langea of Kennedy in i Minne Minneso
so Minneso a's -Ninth Congressional Dis District.
trict. District.
Andy's Mawyer followed up by
filing a suit in Washington charg charging
ing charging that Kjeldahl.. wttb "ruthless
disregard and reckless indiffer indifference
ence indifference and absolutely without jui jui-tif
tif jui-tif cation" stole Coya's affections,
i The suit charged that Kjeldahl
called Andy an "impotent old alcoholic"-
and that his life has
"been left completely empty and
devoid of' love. Kutson's attor attorney,
ney, attorney, Benedict Fitzgerald Jr., said



RESCUE CONFERENCE Hatlohal Guarf CapL Manuel Hurtado center), Iri 'charge of search
tfforts at PaitlUI 'Airport, checks .througlv inter preter TSet. Joe Alonzo (left rear) with an Air
Force Rescut helicopter crew on area still to b e covered In the joint Army, Air Force, civilian
search for a missing Cessna 180 with live peo pie aboard; The crew is from left) pilot 2nd.
7? Jrame4A,. Rrd.eiiE,X(?fnte,p rear)' MSjrt James -Peters,, crew chief of the aircraft, and
1st, LU.Wlllia D. Me. Quth alao a pilot, t fi tJOffIclal .tSAP. Photo i

iou yn odie inov. u. cnamq v.enrenniaf

T The lsuanh of a four-iint r-
dinary postase. stamn commemor-J
ating the- hundredth .. anniversary
of the birth of Theodore Roosevelt
will be one of seyerak events of
Novembei;15 cjlmaxiflg the- Canal
Zone's 'observancsvof thn Cenian
nial year '"',,i 1
".The-stamp.cwhita will goori sale,
at the.JBalboa Post office, is bronze

colored ,and has .a its central d the flap: either lurhed in or seal seal-sign
sign seal-sign -the front -and I reserve of the i ed.? An- outside envelope must not
Rooseyejt Medal. This medal wu; be sent forte urn o the first day
authorized by the president of the fcovprn. Erh mv. .hmiin h.

UniUd States; for. presentation 10 pencii marked in the right corner
American citizens who served 1n;tothow the number of stamps to
the-Caaal Zone for two or more'bg ,ffi3ted therefore, no letter of
years Anting the construction instruction need be sent. Th en-

Aty.u 0.A W :
velt,. modeled -in 1907 appears on
one. side l t meoai wun a .dojoj-
er-which-says ."For two- years'
continnous. service oaths Panama
The "reverse of the medal bears.
a view, or uamara cut wun snips
pa saint! between the two t great
hills which flank the cut. .Above
the horizon are the words, v'The
Land Dividend, the World United',,
and around, the rim, "Presented
by the) President of the United
State."-The shield of the.Repu
blip nf Panama aDoear. below.i
Stamp -collectors desiring J first
day cancellations oi me .siamo
may. send addressed envelopes to
the postmaster.'!! Of Balboa, with
Bingo '; For Charity
- NEW YORIC, (UPlW New York
City voters approved. legalized
bingo for.-charity Tuesday by a
vote of, more than two to one.
The game has been played here
for years with little legal inter interference.
ference. interference. 'i,
After -Jan..' X it will be played
under the 'supervision of -the City
Department-1 of licenses under
rujei of the1 State Lottery Con rol
OomnTission.' The rules 'specify
how. many isames may, be played.
ice jniAimum prizes ., auuwupie
and restrict the game to chantyv
he filed the suit against Kjeldahl
betore he learned Coya was beat beaten
en beaten back home..
Speaking1 for Andy, Fitzgerald
laid, "Well, he loves- her and
wants her" back, but we're 'still
going after this, fellow.", He- added
he has an affidavit from ''every ''everybody
body ''everybody in Oklee'l that Andy isn't a
neaVy drinker ,. r, --. .,'-;.
Coya herself wasn't talking on
whether she will close her Wash Washington
ington Washington apartment and return to
Oklee,-a farm hamlet of only 800
persons in northwest Minnesota
where .. Andy runs a hotel and
works .part-time ia a fwm equip equip-mtnt
mtnt equip-mtnt store,

Hope Mow Centers?
' m f MI Guardsman m
II r- : y .V .Puv-,,. 7 '','"
. 31PiiuiialPartre

r I' t s ; i 111

imonv-.ordpr rmitlnr fn
the cost of the stamn afflJ
Postage stamps and personal
'dhecks will aot he accepted.
- i ,,
? Envelopes "submitted. should
- of ordinary letter size-.ahd eatk
bd properly. addressed An ', en
closure of medium weight .should
br .Placed in each pnvalonn mit
yelope-to the Postmaster of Ba
COvers.M Request for unusual ar
rangementa and plate numbers
canot be granted. r
If, A jlvAP Mariln
. mib
Blue! Expert Will
Soon Get AI Truth
The -vexing question among-Isthmian
fishermen of whether the
silver marlin really- exists, or
whe her it is really JusV a blue
marlm is expectedjto be folved in
the next few days'. t
- . i .
'This burning issue has been wor
rying- Isthmian fishermen f o r
'Now,' finally,. Frank Violette has
persuaded in expert from . the
Marine- Laboratory .hi the Univer.
sity of Miami which has persis
tently, denied the exig ence of the
fish to come down to, Panama and
catch some for himself, . i
,., .f : 1 . .... v ,-. f
Tomorrow.; the scientist. RoWt
Robbiit, will set sail 'n the fishing
boat Serl with-VioleVe fora ttn
day crtuse during the annual mar marlin
lin marlin tournament. ,-..-4'f5
Tonight Robin will explain his
jnission on we
show,'. Panorama.
CFN television
HubBy Sues
Coya's -domestic and political
(roubles j started simultaneously
when Vody, 40, announced he had
beeit p:ning for home cooking and
wifely companionship ever- since
his attractive, ebulient wife went
to Congress. He' announced that
two-, terms in Congress v were
enough' and that Coya should get
OUt Of politics, !-', j
t A '
' when Coya Ignored Andy's pies,
he campaigned for her rival .n
the v petnof ratio primary. .'Andy
even hintevt be wou'd come over
to Coya's
amp if she would fire
But, Coy
won the primary and
Andy' announced he

- Requests- for mint stsmps -must
not be included with artier fnv
first day covers, but sent separa separately
tely separately to the. -Postmaster ot Balboa,
and. must httlude Return pos' age.
To insure prompt shlpmebf of the
,-ceni siamporners should not in include
clude include other denominations
. ,. ."y A
S i-
Paslernck Claims
lis Volunlarily
Turned Down Prize
MOSCOW. -Nov. 6 (UPI)-So-
viet author Boris Pasternak said
today he voluntarily turned
down the Nobel prize for liter literature
ature literature because the award was
"a political measure."
He said in a letter to the ed
itor printed by the Communist
Party organ Pravda that ha
first 'rejoiced on learning he
had been nominated' for the
prize and accepted the honor
asr a literary distinction.
'But I was wrong,'' he' said.
He added that he knew live
years aeoJia. had been men
tioned as a possible Nobel win winner
ner winner for-- his., literary achieve achievements,
ments, achievements, before his controversial
novel "Dr, Zhlvago"' was pub published.
lished. published. Since, then, he said, pub publication'
lication' publication' of i the" novel which
other Soviet writers have charg charged
ed charged contains "hypocritical" refer references
ences references to the October revolution
made him change his mind.
"After the end of the week
when I saw the scope of the
political campaign around my
novel I realized myself that this
award was a political measure,
which has now resulted In mon monstrous
strous monstrous consequences, and on my
own initiative, without being
compelled by anybody, sent my
voluntary refusal," he said.
Her Secretary
for her In Tuesday's election not
because she was his wife bu be because
cause because he couldn't bring himself to
vo?e for a Republ can.
" Coya's was the last major race
to be decided in Minneso. a. Long
after most top Democrats had
clinched election, returns showed
that Coya was bea'en by a margin-of
47,192 to 45,663.
Langen said "It was the farm
issues which brought victory. I
never mentioned Mrs. Knutson'i
problem during my campa'gn."
;. But there, were plenty of peon's
in Oklee who figured the voters
had decided Andy was right and
Coya should come home.

The search for the missing Cessna 180 plane entered
its sixth day today and became the most vast and thor

ough search ever carried out

in torn America. i
. Although p total of p. planes are still combing jungle
areas between" Panama City and San Bias search head

quarters at Albwok said toddy that practically all hope $)
for: locating the jfilane now lies iif the ground parties.,; JJ f
The Panam National Guard is hourly sending motJi
men into the jangle especially irt the Mandinga-. OreaV-' i' 1
where the Cessna is most likely to be. -.'!
Meanwhile two- happy1 Army wives today told how' V
thev felt nbiiuf 'riprtiftn ttir hucknnl irt'..,t.j; :. -f

they had ,.befn missing three
plane crashed. '.

iaia Mrs. uorothy Maguire, wite of 1st. Lt. John H. 1
Magmre- 'There aren't enough words in the English Ian-
guish to.describfe bow t felt when I heard thev

and sound.' V.-:

. Sfid Mr.-. Janice Summers, wife of Pfc. John L. Sum Summers:
mers: Summers: "I am' the most haoDV woman in the whale wM

....1J ' .'
f. Mrs. -Maguire added:' ''I. never
gave im hope ihe wholij time.-
I. felt that with God iieip. they
She i went i on- td5 thank ttery,
one '"Who had helped 5 111, the
search, "and all the people who
called to tell me 'how happy
they were when' my ,t husband
was found;" -''-.
She 'has been on the Isthmus
only since August, and does not
yet know a great number 01
people here. But many of those
who called to tell her how hap happy
py happy they were were strangers.
Well over 100 4 Nati o n a 1
Guardsmen were out In the
Jungle by noon today, cutting
their way through the dense
underbrush. -c
Together with natives the
Guardsmen were split up into
24 parties. 'Another eight parties
were due to set out this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. .... '';;--.'' '' ,"
The Cessna went missing oh
Friday, on a flight between Pia-
tma airport and tne San Bias
island of Poirvenir. 1 The pilot
was Luis (Flaco) Morales, man
ager of Turlsmo Aereo, SA., and
bis passengers .. were a woman
a ad three young girls. They
were Mrs. uaorieia ae la uuar
dia Lopez and her 13-year-old
daughter Myra. Loris Castro, 13
and; Blanca Cecilia Hernandez,
The searchers have estbllsh-
ed an emergency landing ..strip
m a cornfield about half way
on? toe j 20-mmute flight route
to San Bias.
Ground parties are fanning
out from this strip, some, with
walkie-talkie sets. More parties
3re Operating irom the Man
dloga strip' on the mainland
coast at San Bias.
Mai. Lloyd McGrady. direcotr
or tne Rescue Co-ordination
Centre at Albrook, said today
that an area Of 2400 square
mUes in which the plane is
most likely to have come down
is now being thoroughly cover-
ea ior tne xourtn tune since the
air search started.
An indication of the thor thoroughness
oughness thoroughness of the search is that
on. each complete coverage,
every area 'two and a half
miles square has been circled
by one plane for one hour.
So far nearly 800 hours of
flying time have been logged by
military and civilian search air
McGrady said that by to
morrow, so much jungle will
have been covered by the
ground parties that the chance
of finding some sign of the
missing; persons will have in increased
creased increased to 50 percent.
Most -of the natives in the
area are now aware- of the
search and are helping. They
are continually reporting crash crashed
ed crashed aircraft but every .lead has
so far proved fruitless..:
So many rescue planes have j
flying over low that (here is
much confusion and appar apparently,
ently, apparently, when a native sees
plane fly ever a hill or be
hind it, they assume., that ft L
has crashed.
The two .- Army : fliers whose
L-19 crashed on Sunday and
whe walked out of the tingle


on the Isthmus and probably

days in the jungle after their 1

-., 7---
yesterday hav4ol4 of the dl
fulties -they Jiad.',. .v;;
j ees .-are so high that
their-flares-eould not; penetrate f f-tha
tha f-tha foliage and even the smoke
from their flares and fires dis-
persedi before jit cleared the"
treetops. ... V 1
Though they thought they
knew the location of their plane.
they flew back to try and find ;
it but could trace.
.After nearly four days 'of
wandering following their plane
crash, Maguire and Summers 1
were returned to Fort Kobbe
yesterday afternoon, amazed at
iSSJ'if, hlch hel brlna;
them back to safety. v f
. .They disappeared Sunda'y
morning while flying an L-19
plane from the 937th Engineer
STPaIV4. Avlatlon iIAGSl,
search. engaged 1x1
Describing their narrow es-'
ffFe Maguire said the only
thing that kept them going
in.spite of hunger, fatigue
d the shock of the search
r.," ? h0"h t their
a branch of the Mandinn
vet hnlv hnu th..:
"om ; a small cluster of huts..
?.8nies iip ithe Wandinga, and
Jed about 1600 feet rpfon e,,
1 About two houis j after leavN
mg Fort Kobbe, whue tyw
oyer thick jungle, their SK
,Py. bone weary, their
clothing, soaked hv ZL iVT

guire and Summers again wpre 1 t
following river ffieS2 I

They had plodded many miles 1
when suddenly came thTsSJ f
for which thpv hart k-. uZ-

aircraft above them. They look look-1
1 look-1 Jip to.SM n unforgettable
cS l7w.thrM hellcV W
About the time the fliers spoti
ted the copters, the pilots saw
tne men on the ground. 1st Lt.
Charles Spencer of .the. 837th
Engineer Company and 1st Lt,
Wallace franklin of th Aotr
Section. 1st Battle Group, 20th
... J. 6"" "ung m ineir
H-13's while the H-19 tried to
drop low enough to take the men
aboard. Capt, Robert n' rwathin.
ant; capt. Claude Hargett were were-pilot
pilot were-pilot and co-pllot of the h-19
and found hev couldn't m
close enoughs 1 .', M t
:i While this rnaneuver was! go
In' on, Maftulre and Summers
, were enjoying a feast -i pea
.hut botter and Vt sandwich sandwiches,
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This is how I sing to the Lottery basket:
You ve oetu KeetVg nits from m

if Just liKe you were

''.' And Ml Admit

1 wasn't very smart...
So 1 went out and found myself
A guy that's so much- wiser.
And he told me -How
to tear you apart...
Ooo-ee-ooo-ao ah-ping pang
- Wait Walla bing bang.
Ooo-ee-ooOrah ah-ping pang
Walla Walla bang bang.
The Witch Doctor's hideout is located deep in the wilderness of a
place canea Skunk Hollow, and- when 1 gained entrance to ma Jun Jungle
gle Jungle lair, 1 could see he only allowed visitors on a one-way trip in
only He needed the human hide for experiments to find out what
they arelnade of. He thought there was something else beside true
led blood in their veins, and he was determined to prove it.
My visit was by special invitation, ao I knew he wanted me to
live to tell about what I saw and heard, and at least I would
4ltuck there with one of his scalp shaving spears.
Before he saw me, I noticed he was mixing something in a wash
tub, and he w,3 a gas mask. I used a handkerchief to keep from
h.t thu moHirirt' man had been

RULlUtttllllj;, I1U VHCll i caiiitu
.. i.i 4k. k.J
Burring up irn ui iuu ui
time. The foul-smelling kick-a-poo

of racing staDies ana me maiviauai who iwiuiu; uuuh -nal
Co. should split their gross income 50-50 with Panama.
Maybe one of "the reasons why the Air Fw decided to jnove
their flying machines to another location is the fact that Shunic Hoi Hoi-low
low Hoi-low adioins the air base, and is unhealthy for fee pilots. The Witch
Doctor's lotion forms a misty clond tftat had; Pilots (and others)
wondering which wav was up. The strong odor Wowing over the air
bass was too much for the Air Traffic Control Branch, so they de decided
cided decided to manufacture pure fresh air by moving into a cement build building
ing building and equipped it with special air-conditioning, so cold that it
would freer a honeymoon counle enjraged in a mambo clinch. I am
surprised that this ice hous hasn't frozen any rank into the skin,
especially when1 it is known that warmer places have chilled the fin fining
ing fining of vacancies in the C.Z X
K" The Witch Doctor stopped messing with: his Experiment when he
noticed me suffering from the deadly stink of humanity being swish swish-,
, swish-, ed around so loosely in his wash tub of life containing such die hard
individuals as the smitten Coco Solo Orphans, and the blood thirsty
nimal that shot a dog. '...'
The bewitching doctor went to a hole in a tree, and pulled out
an iron box. In k was a thermos bottle that he opened with great
care.: so I figured it must be extra valuable. He was.holding it tight-j
ly. with both han)'. Then hesppke:
i If you have any trouble and strife
Then this is your remedy so superior
, That it, will change your life,
f-'.-, I got it from the Panama Interior.

Just smell this
' And ft 'nrdl liav

It will, change you into wallpaper.
Stiff-dry-and totally plastered,
is 'l smelled it, and he was right. I felt no pain or trouble fm- two
or thre davs; until I woke up. Then T had to take another whiff to
: get -rid nf the unconscious "wer-hang. Now I know Panama has more
than t' kinds of Rum that numbs!!
r--.. This then is the right time ;to speak About 'conversion which
is the name I have given to the fourth rule of the Lottery. Whenever
i you have a hit. von. should drop tha numbe- for awhile, and choose
..another foe wr 1M. no matter whether the hit was third, second
SfW fist. The htiren drawer of vital statistics show, that MORi.
than W per-ent of the nrwe numbers do NOT. reoeat wathin four
wo&ts1. m f onlv one out of five is enin to reneat in a few months.
wW. ghonH vou tr to -gus at wh'ch one it wil) be, when jou can
1 aelect another tht ou nave not slaved for awhile? If a 'favorite
I number of vnlrs hits, xm it hdHI vou have at .last two
f other Ws. bfo'e vou olav von' 'fsvorite' aeain. Th's, allows for
Cfdmc time to naaa. and von won't be nlayin? "'ain'Vthe Greater
-4 jj. iL.t .:i l.u:..... n m Viat ViUi Of in"

i rtimbor can renest. but ov a nenod of time. vni be better off
't-cHar"'-and rttm Vor lit ronverted to a lonV.
$ i 1S!V one rMn wu" snme eor.'i hnv vP' littl success. I
' fcnW a porsnn wh hs nlaved li of ten ntimWs off and on
I wUlinn chan'nr Tfct's whv h iroabi" eooMn't "lay
reula''v a' 'he Woo'-- estl for. Kw r"mbers sunoiintin? tbe oM
' hits vi'l inierf mor VI 4nt nUr Thi tin sJio.iM t hlo
? "erson n'a wr ren''rlv. 1es on h( rerl" basis.
Tf would Amount to a saving, whether it would be losing less or
HU""' ron-e.
Hb. Soh, h-h. In ea vo dn't '-know H. th's ses of itters
"inn in this mlnntn Ti''" the besinni of ti Fca' Vear.
' ftvi. ih. tntAft4 rjMet. f- Jiilv, At",t a"'' September. iOws a
Profit fr he fil -13 weVstJ ru,t is. W he nrl .rco'- were
knt. foofi. tK exact data will be shown alov with the fifth and
JatT)ttery mle
'tl mathematicillv rhosen rumhers for feating time are:
n Thirtv-six. ninetv-nine. eiphry-nine. forty-nine, rero-pine.
ta Tow. to make some of you feel in better spirits; or aieker than
lochia wed vulture:
I f'Hmin harure's green grass and frees sure so smell like ner ner-fume.
fume. ner-fume. and o does the soicy minted rreen lettucr that comes from
behind th Tfterv's p'tocked iron doort. If I lose the key it won't
njaki any difference The special padlock they're using ha one
. weakness I made it!!H
. ; F. J. K.


.' I Jcnew there wre plenty of fools on the pilot force, hut it
la news to me that there are 73 of them. Perhaps "Fool No. 73"
(Mail Box, Nov. .1) only, hones that he la not alone.
"Fool No. 73" sound like the tvpe of ierk that exoounds
loudly in the train and Jitney, hopine that he "will get some
ivntpathy from other riders within earshot, or maybe the driver.
Perhaps if he attended a few meetings once in a while, or even
ran for office, these other unfortunate foqls would not be in the
fix they are in now.

If he cannot afford what he calls the "exorbitant" dues,
why doesn't he take our first governor's advice about the Pan

ama une amps which sail so regularly?
Maybe another solution. would be for him to join the other
WAIT employe' union. The dues there are not so high, and they
ihow5 that they, mean 'business. But personally I would rather
"Fool No. 73' ahut up, and stayed that way.
Smiling Jack
Sir:'.- r
Although there have been some nice comments made on the
wonderful local bottled product with its 12 per cent alcohol con content.
tent. content. I aui get the manager of the National Brewery defer any

plana h- may be making for
manv.ef tnv friends prefer items

' In this connection, 1 have written Ruppert'g and Ballentine'
asking that they give me a letter for the Mail Box setting out the
rates they "pay their .'regular labor, o that your reader will be
able to compare them with National Brewery pa,y rate.
The, brewery -Ja iiot -tha, only parsimonious paymaster on the

isthmus, wiarwe mv surprise
ooerator from a Ctnal Zone folf

I I- to my b-oulry; ihat hls pay u. 38

Zone minimum of 50 cents an
aeesr that not only the game of

it here originated in ecouana.
f t MNThe golfer who pay their tractor man 38 cent an hour are
' In the tame class with the Col6n Free Zqne people who keep their
' wafea dowq r a starvation- figure, because the poor laborer has
v no one-to battla for him excexit Panami's outstanding labor
v laaocctoi. t
" William Worker.


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It oo
a miser
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lunn nnllutincr T.hA ari for 1 10112
w. -
juice was worse -thar i a mixture
life hanging vapor
vnti mastA1ff
increased production, and I and
manufactured bv union labor
wnen i rave a nae to. a tractor
club and he told me, In response
cents an hour. With the Canal
hour fpr ordinary labor, it would
golf but the persons who play


walked another one out today,"
the yosng, baby-faced blond,
crewcut fellow with the button
down collar and the sports jacket
said. He looked exactly what ha
once was a fighter yuol..-
His name is Harry Wainwright,
and he is currently heir apparent
to a lofty dynasty of criminal law
in California. You will hear much
of young Wainwright, who bears
the lump of a young William Fal
Ion, the incipient stigmata of i
other Great Mounthpiece.
Harry is a protege of the one
and only Jake Ehrlick possioly the
greatest criminal lawyer in this
country today. Jake wrote a book
one. called "Never, Plead Guilty".
a motto which baa made him a-
fortune and a name that ranks
with Fallon's exceot that Jake's
private life has been a touch tid
ier, and his fees bigger.
Harry broke into criminal law
the hard way. when he rmsned
flying for the 67th Fighter Squad
ron in Guam and the Philinnines,
he came back home and went to
college at the University ofCsu ofCsu-ornia.
ornia. ofCsu-ornia. He has been Dracticine law
for only five-and-a-half years., but
already his scrapbooks are full of
front-naee stuff pertaining to the
exploits of one H. Wainwrights
who drives a white Corvette,
wears loafers, and knows every
bodv in town.
When you "walk a -man out",
you have got him acquitted. Har
ry has tried 13 or 14 first-degree
murders, and has had almost half
of his cl ents acouitted, and the re
mainder redi'cd to manslaughter.
His first and last clients walked
As I said, he broke in the hard
way. His mentor, Mr. Ehrlich,
was saddled with two gents who
were accused of beating an ac ac-quitance
quitance ac-quitance to deafh,
Harry walked his boy out, but
Jake's gent drew a second -degree
rap, now under anneal. I bel'eve.
In any case this Aroused consider considerable
able considerable interest in Harry by the in incomparable
comparable incomparable Ehrlich a man of such
diffuse talents that he is now re rewriting
writing rewriting Blackstone.
One of Wainwright's most-ou-blicieecases
concerned a disk
jockey, on a drunken driving fel felony
ony felony rap. Much was being made
of drunkometer tes at the time
a test in which you merely rinse
your mouth with alcohol, blow
your breath Into a balloon, and
then the machine is supposed to
to register the degree of alcohol
in the bloodstream in relationship
to the breath.
Mr. Wainwright induced a police
sergeant to eargle with booze and
exhale into the balloon. The meter
showed Poin Six.
"My God," the cop said, "ac
cording to this, I'm dead!" The
case was thrown out although
there seemed little doubt that the
gent was half-seas over when he
smacked the. innoncent bystander.
Apart from routine, Harry's cur current
rent current crusade is to spring a gent
named Raloh Jerome von Braun Braun-selz,
selz, Braun-selz, who has been doing time in
San Quentin for the past 22 years.
This fellow was caTled by the
uress, "The Merry Murderer of
Woodside Glen,'! because he was
a ehronic confessor. .to a point
where he is suooosed to have con confessed
fessed confessed to 14 murders in 12 days.
Quite a few of the actual murder murder-were
were murder-were later apprehended and exe executed.
cuted. executed. Harry Wainwright'a-idea is that,
rieht or wrong, von Braimselz was
not given constitutional guran'ees
for a Speedy hearing was denied
competent counsel1, and ws rail
roaded off to San Quentin.- He was
arraigned at 3:30 B.m. end -.was o'f
to San Quentin at 4:45 of the
same afternoon, where he has re resided
sided resided since Maroh 12, 1936. With
one exception. That was 1945,
when he sort of strayed away,
made Canada, and joined the Ca
nadian Army.
I don't think wmnwrismt is
much concerned w'fh the inno innocence
cence innocence or euilt of i his nonolaying
client. He is concerned Iwsically
with the due process or the law
And "the due' process of law is the
only safeguard you have aainst
goine to jail for 22 years without
all the protect' on that the Cons
titution guarantees.
The first census of the United
States, taken in 1790, gave the
population a 3,929,214, little
more than the present popula
tlon of Chicago. Included in
the total were about 500,000
Negro slaves, who were not
Allowed Any part n govern,
ment; nor were all white men
allowed to vote, since every
state still required voters to
pay taxes or owa property.
"e Znerel4lA Britannic
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Walter Wincheli In

Thera it no darkness which pre-(
vent wit trom showing the suff-
lignc of tneir minas. xne
evoke a smile become an almost
slavish reflex. Wilson Jdizner wa;
such a man. fli best gag (many
of winch appeared here were it it-corded
corded it-corded in a recent Reader's, Digest'
.curiously, ii.s fill, lor laugnitr
liarea bngnuy when he was near
death, .when asked u he wanted
a priest, Mizner said: "1 want. a
priest, a rabbi and a Protestant
clergyman. I want to hedge my
bets ". .. .When Uiey were piacing
an oxygen tent over him. he Quip
ped: "It looks like the main event
coming out w a coma snoruy
beiore he passed, he waved away
a priest. "Why should I talk to
you.'" he said, i ve jusi oeen
talking to your boss. The priest
genuy reprimanded Mizner lor le levity;
vity; levity; at such' .a time. He warned
that deathi might come at any
moment. Mizner, however, remain
ed Mizner .to the end. "What?"
he cracked, "No two week no notice?",
tice?", notice?", . . .
There are certain unwritten but
perceptible laws which bind wits.
For example, no subject is sacred
to theu i scornful suiettbs. ;..ine
gloomier the theme, the more de
vilish the wit. ;Oscar. Levant has
practically made a career; out of
laughing-: at. his emotional,, ohysi
cal and marital problems. Levant's
first wife left him after .three
months of :discrod. When Harpo
Marx inquired why the ditorce
waa nefcessary Levant flipped! "In
compatibility,' and besides, had
a definite feeling that the loathed
me:" ; ;' .;
Levant is probably the most nub.
licized bundle of neurosis in Freu
dian annals. He has an East Coast
anylyst and a West Coast1 headi
shrinken as well as several Otherl
in cities he has visited. He one
refused ttr consent to an interview
until he could visit his analyst and
prepare .himself for the, disturblig
experience. M -also visited a
psychiatrist fiye-times.a-week -for1
a year, a mena queried: Twnat
good has "psychoanalysis done for
Coin Talk
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coin -S
Coin of India
Greek eoin,
12 Russian river
13 Age:.'
14 Fiddling
15 Scottish
land tax
18 Distress Signal
IT Winged
II Short-napped
19,lce cteam
containers '
31 Hostelry
32 Roman
55 Ooking J
88 Civil wrong
1 Ecuadoran
3 Mountain
3 Scottish girl
4 Measures
ef cloth
5 Mexican coin
6 Metal
7 Comfort
8 Tierra del
fuego Indian
9 Calumniated
10 Citrus fruit
1 1 Girl's name
19 Coins of
24 Greek letter
28 Net
38 Positive pole
29 Female taint
31 Sesame'
32 Mariner'
i direction
S3 Flower part
35 Feminine
31 English weight
39 Property Item
4t Dress edge
46 Vehicle I ..
49 Unit of
50 Musical i
92 Blackbird flf .
euckoo family
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. you, 1 0scar? You're still a
able anu unhaDDy man."
"1 know,'1 Levant explained, "but
i nave some place to go every
Groucho Marx, whose sunny mis
chief extends beyond Khis profes
sional chores, is another who saves!
his sharpest jollies for solemn oc occasions.
casions. occasions. He made a sha mules ui
his initial marriage ceremony by
spouting quips during the vow-tan-ing.
. .His wit frequently has a
surrealistic quality. His Marxman
ship has startled friends with the
following daffy-dillies: "I was al always
ways always awkward, even as a young
girl." "Certainly my mustache is
real. It Delongs to my maid." "I
want to apologize for not return returning
ing returning your cfell. I've been so busy
not returning your call. I've been
so busy not returning calls that I
couldn't get around to not returning
yours in time".' .When" he!- was
introduced to a politician y,swh;
gravely intofienfm inXohgresj!
Groucho gagged: "How long jaavi
you been incongruous." tie once
resigned from a. club witk the eXl
planation: I do not wish to belong
to the kind of club that accepts
people likeme as members."
,'i.".i:';.4.f':;' v: ;;- ti
Wit frequently ha a darting,'
scornful .quality that, demolished
the absurdities of life and the va-
hide's-'6f -individuals. Fred Allen
was among the deftest practitiori practitiori-ers
ers practitiori-ers of "this form of' Joll ty. Fpr
eXahiDle.' his: classic; "Californii
is a wonderful place-if; you're att
A.'ni til. l,..k.l ira-ttn. "UnV.
lywood is a place where peonie
form Iowa mistake each other for
stars." His" accurate appraisal: "A
censor is a nian whg comes into
his office every jnormni and fihds
a'TOole-fiiH ort his desk.', His job
ii to, build' that morelhiil into a
mountain before he goes home."
i -'
T After renouncing radio; he wry;
ly commented: "It s wonderful this
freedom. You can live on the mo'
ney you save on aspirin". .His
fcuiobet-snaDoet' about the bana
tails was 'typically : scornful:
"Horsemaying doesn't made sense.
The jockey get the ride, the horses
get the exercise the bookmakers
Answer to 'Previous Puwle
20 Daughter's
23 Oive ear to
25 Motorists'
hotels -'.
2T Lampreys
28 Nautical term'
33 Solid
' (eomb.'form)
34 "Love apple"
38 Portuguese
coin -i
37 Tidier
38 Keen
40 River in
43 Snare
44 City, in
45 Dismounted
sea god
. 50 Coin of -'
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Neiv York
get the money and the horseplay'
us gee tue neaaache."
- Another master of the sharp
thrust i is George & Kaufman, the
playwright,, over the -years,, nu
merous illustrations of his wit have
peppered thisf apace.i ; .He'oncc
played bridge with an inept part
ner. Alter tne lirst nana he askea
hei : "Do. .yotT' mind if 1 ihd uirtf
wnen 'you iearnea io piayyj Be
fore she could answer, he added:
-un, i was today,, but I
mean, what time today?"
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Another kaufman dandy popped
during rehearsals of -the Marx Bro
thers' "Coconuts?- While arguing
a subtM. lioinL Groucho soueht to
justify lus, stand by snapping:
"Weu, they laughed at Fulton and
his steamboat." ' v ; ;
"Not,", cracked, Kaufman '!at
mutineoe ;r.
inoi manycoptemporary tmics
have Percy. Hammonos flaShahd:
zmg. iieennea nis' wpric as '"tne
Venom from contested ratte snakes
accurately described first-n'.-jht-
ers as "me au iuux ot tne drama
and once demolished a musical
With! "I have knocked' everything
in the show except the knees of the
chorus girls- and God anticipated
me mere i.My pet-;Hainmona
ism cQncerns the time he met John
Barrymore xm the -street and in
quired his destination.' ."I'm going
to see' a mena." Barrymore ae
clared. Whereunon the critic loud loudly
ly loudly sighed: "Take me along I ne never
ver never saw one." -
Wheii it came to rapier-returns,
the:, aforementioned John Barry
more was at his slashing best.
When an actress solemnly inform
ed him: "I want you to remember
that I am a lady." Barrvmore bow
ed and grinned; "Madam, I shall
respect your secfet."
He coined such memorable ob
servations as: "Brides aren't hap happyjust,
pyjust, happyjust, triumphant" Ano'her of i
his swifties: "The best way to fight
a wumau is wiin ygur. nai. vrri
it and run." He wisely noted: "So, "So,-phistacation
phistacation "So,-phistacation is the art of admitting
that the unexpected is Just whatJ
you i amcioated" and shrewdly
cracked that "hostility is ihe
friendship between women.
Another accurate Barrymore ob
servation has become a classic
"Broadwiy -i the. longest street
with the shortest -memory.' ,f ,,,
,The ability to inspire throught
ful laughter demands superior in
telligence combined with' a. sharp sharpshooter's
shooter's sharpshooter's accuracy. Will' Rogers
was a maestro of this form of
wit. He wore the cap and-bells like
a crown. He could puncture the
pompous delusion of politicians
with a. single stinging une. never
thelesS, he Was not content to
merely ridicule; Rogers flippancies
were cushioned with wisdom.- Con-
aeouentlv.- he : could eain the af
fection Of he; public and retain the
respect of, his targets. He could
laugn at politicians' ana make tnem
laugh with bim..
About our foreign policies: Our
foreign dealings are an onen book
generally a 'checkbook". .His
philosophic approach: "God made
man a little lower than the angels.
and -he has been getting a Tittle
lowers ever since :On politics:
"one hing Is certain ibout poli
tics. One pirty i' slwan. worse
than th lhj. n..1.MH.UH
tegy: "Parties1 keen eonhv' loval
to them by keening them1 angry,
at someone else". .On politicians
'Nd politician is ; ever as bad as
he is psinted J)y-is enemies or
as goodVas fie. U whitewashod .bjr
his Mends". i.QaC humor:1 "Ever-
happening to somebody else,"
1 II. I H Mill

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WASHINGTON t -The ner-
genoe of Nelson Rockefellei as toe
nation's v No. 1 Republican vote
getter does something verywital
and long overdue to the Grand Old
it not only givei Richard Nixon
the political- heebie-jeebies.,! but
It is almost certain to mean sweep sweeping
ing sweeping the dinosaurs out XTpm the
ranks of Republicanism, -i
Thii was expected. under Eisen Eisenhower.
hower. Eisenhower. Rockefeller j was Among
those who expected' 4t It didn't,
happen. :.;
Ike beat the GOP dinosaur who
tried to nominate Tart at the Chi
cago convention in 193. then turn-,
ed round an accepted, A- peace
treaty with the dinosaurs when be
aigned the so-called J'sufrender"
statement which Taft laid before
him ft that Morningstde breakfast
in late 1952.,",'''4&,,,.-":.i'-'T -.
, From tnat time on, the Elsen Elsenhower
hower Elsenhower administration has-' been a
split personality W trying to ride
ma two eiepnanis -w jtiepuDucaa
ism in onnoaitA directions.: : .'
It has tried to ride the- conserv-tive-
wingf founded byihe late
Presidents. WlHiam ;Howard Taft
-wher he-aplit with Ah Tat Theo
dore Roosevelt?? And. it itrled to
ride the progre'ssive'liberal wingf,
founded by Teddy Roosevelt when
he ran as a Bull Moose Progres
ive in 1912, . ...
Rockefeller, beloneed. to the II
beral wing. And one reason he got
out or tne Kisennower aaministra aaministra-tion
tion aaministra-tion was first because he couldn't
take the do-nofmne: policies of Mrs
uveta yujp hoddv, nis enter s
secretary of Health, Education and
Welfare, and later, when he joined
the White House staff, couldn't
take the split personality which
influenced its'falterinp decisions.
Note-It's highly significant, that
he man who is certain to lead
the Renubliean party toward ; the
old Teddy Roosevelt Bull Moose
wing of Renublicanism is the
grandson of wman whose stan
dard "Oil emwre was partly de
cimated by the trust-bus.ting of
Teddy RopseVelt. f
It's inevitable that a mlitician
who has been in the limelight for
some't'me accunulats scar tissue.
He makes enemies. Those enemies'
leave scars.
The longer Franklin Roosevelt
remained in office the more scar
tissue he acquired. Likewise with
Truman; v ; i
The. ma,n wjid lnas acquired the
most scar tissue "in the Renublicsn
harty today lsRt;'ar(i Nixon. Be
has been scarred firat, because he
swished froni Taft' RlCoublicanism
to -Eisenhower -moderation, then
nacK 'o Ta HeouDiicanism. (Tnis
la one ,reasoij :he'a' called "young
maa with a iwets finger: in the
;irta.T-. -iJe&J&jw ": .'eeh acarred
iiepAUse .".ne'iijitiicK bw necK out
fax moreJEllenhower.
' v-v .. :' fit
When a 'public figure Acquirer
too much scar tissue he become
a, less effective candidate. Even
tnoily bp becomes a oolitical lia
bility. Nixon is heading in thaf
dirction.-i A lot -of; peoole voted
for Rockefeller in New York SMte
gininiy to.blook Nixon as the Re Re-buHican
buHican Re-buHican nominee lor president in
. N'xon still has potent friends 1
the GOP. He'hss done favorsfor
dozens of RewbTiean nafional co"
mittoemen and state chairmen. He
has helned out many -GOP candi
dtoi. These leaders will be' called
upon to pav off their deWs in I960
On the other hand, behind Rock
efeller-i the mosf notent oolitic"'
m rehire in the lTSA-4ha't which
twice noniinated Tom Dewey for

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t It has behind it the Chase Man.
hattan Bank, Guaranty Trust,. U.
S. Steel Bethlehem Steel, the ford
Motor Company, General Moor,
the J'andard Oil empire.
1 These were the factors which,
sw.tched delegates. from Taft to
Eisenhower during that bitter 1953
bat le over delegates hv Chicago."
Tt.was financial pressure through
Vvs Jteel whJch "witched fov.
John Fine and the Pennsylvania
Republican delegates from Taft
to Eisenhower, at. that convention,
not political pressure. Those pres pressure,
sure, pressure, skillfully manipulated by
Tom ,pewey, are what eliminated
Len HalL Oswold Heck anrl Athar
Republican who wanted to run
for governor of New York last
summer, and those pressures are
all set to out Nelxnn nnrk.f.llM-
io tta White House 1960.
When Nelsbh RoekefelUo
under FDR during the war. ha.
becamera great friend of Henry
Wallace.. Together they worked out-
a plan to fore th
Jolivian tin operator .to increase
wages in return for US.
Bolivian tin purchases This : was
called -socialistic by ;the big 'tin
vWu., oui u neipea se; sack
Communisni in Bolivia. Rocke Rockefeller's
feller's Rockefeller's chief: hobby t planting
trees. -He fellows his grandfather's
parsimony on a lot of thin?s.but
will never sUnt in trees. v-Roke-relief
once canceled a trio on the
Potomac River Steamship Line be because
cause because if refused to tak a Nepro
member of his government staff..
One reason he broke with Mr.
Fobhv was her break with Mrs.
Spalding, "Negro Woman of The
Year' whom Mr. Hobby fired
from the Education Department..
Rockefeller helped put across the
2? P1" 1or Insoectifm
of theaUSA and USSR at the Ge Geneva
neva Geneva "summit'" tonference: He
favors more pepple-to-people eon eon-tact
tact eon-tact with Russia, chafed at the
molasses pace of Ike's White House
operations. Impatient, btr finally
left Ike's staff, .Though the Wfi'te
HoiiRe banned puWeatton of ie
Gaither Report, with a similar
waraicg, was, handed out: to. the
??r'j?0,n Rockefellet's office in
the White House. .In New York.
Rockefeller attened UN dinner gi gi-veit
veit gi-veit f6r Soviet Foreigh Minisfer
Grmyko in order o; break the so social
cial social Iron Curtain around Soviet di di-P
P di-P omat. .While: Nelson saw ser ser-vice
vice ser-vice under FDR, : the Rockefeller
family continued tn m(,nr tt,.
Iiiggest'. financial backers of those
?Sn?, 10 oet FDR,. Their con con-tribution
tribution con-tribution increased, with Ike's no nomination
mination nomination $85,000 .ipi 1952 and a a-round
round a-round $200,000 in 1956 (probably
due inflation). Nelson himself
gave $9,000. to various Republican
committees-In 1952. --H
ARREST, XetNTi vs .
munists .arrested a number of
agents of the U.S. Central mteTli mteTli-gence
gence mteTli-gence Agency in 'the Soviet .zone
during the past few weeks, the
East-German News agency ADN
said yesterday.: The agency said
the, "agents" were members 'of a
group trained to commit provoca provocations
tions provocations against Soviet citizen and
officers in East Germany, Aus Austria,
tria, Austria, Belgium and other" European
countries. It gave no specific fig figure
ure figure on the number arrested.
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the Screen: The high school
teacher asked a question but on only
ly only one .student-16-year-old San Sandra
dra Sandra Dea replied.; It's A that way
every school day Not that San Sandra
dra Sandra is a genius, you understand.
'It's because Sandra Pee lias, the

lonesomest classroom in the na

tion's public school system. She's

;tne only student! ) ;!; -'
The school, operated by Gladys
Hoene jinder the supervision of

the Los ) Angeles Board of Educa

tion, is at Universal-International

Studio. Sitting' alone in a class'

room once designed to accommo

date as many as 40 students, San San-dra
dra San-dra studies her lessons while

working with Lana Turner in the

movie, "imitation ox me.

IN THESI days of Jam-packed
school rooms with half day ses-

sions and teacher shortages wor

rying educators, it's ironic School
doesn't' even start until blonde

and pretty Sandra gets there.
There's not a chance of her copy

ing someone's homework and, she

laughed: ..

"You should hear the ribbing I
take at the studio. I'm always be being
ing being asked questions like, 'What

kinda football team you r gonna
have this year?' 'Who's running
for student bodv resident?1' and

'I just heard you're at the top of

your class and tne B o 1 1 o m,
But there's Just one thing San San-'
' San-' dra says she really misses.
She wailed: "There's no one to
pass a note to."
ROBERT STACK seeing his
four-month-old son for the first
time. He was in Spain starring
in "John Paul Jones" when the
lad, Charles Robert, was born.

Bob Hope returning to Para

mount to star in "Alias Jesse


The film is for United Artists
but Bob's making it on the Para Paramount
mount Paramount lot is rather appropriate.'

Old ski iNose was anas Jesse
James as a scene stealer in years

oi paramount movies.


Podge City with a lot of cowpoke
.. stars making- personal appear

ances reminded me of another

Podge City trek he : premire of

me movie "voage u.iy mere in

1939. Warner Bros, promoted a

17-car train for the junket, but
after all .the festivities, when the
train left Dodge for the return to

Hollywood, Big Boy Williams, one
of the film's stars, was missing.
Local police found him asleep on
Boot Hill and even when he
' caught' tip with the train a day
' later he was still nursing a colos colossal
sal colossal hangover.
'Tor a while," -1 ean remem remember
ber remember him laying, "I thought 1 was
going to spend (the rest of my life
there with those guys on Boot
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THERE'S NOT even the muf muf-41ed
41ed muf-41ed ringing of 'wedding bells in
" Sal Mineo's ears these days. "Too
busy working and playing the
field," he says. . Mario Lanza
and Zsa Zsa Gabor co-starring in
a movie titled, '-'Silent Melody"
is a laugh. Those two make more
noise on and off sets than any anyone
one anyone in the movie business. .
An MGM publicity fellow was
taking down Tony Randall's bio biography
graphy biography before he -started work
with Debbie Reynods in "The
Mating Games."
Had 1 Tonys overcome any big
problems in becoming an actor
the press- agent .wondered. Why,
'yes, said Tony, f As a kid I stut stut-,
, stut-, tered.. Sensing a good storyt the
press agent said, "Tell me more."
' rOh," said Tonytthati.alL I
outgrew it."
Olelenbaker Swaps

Views With DeGaulle


IONES0MET HOURS Lonesomest schoolgirl hi the land, is
16-year-old Sandra Lee of Hollywood. The reasom. she's the
only pupil in the classroom built to accommodate pupils. Sandra!

COes to a school at Universal-International studio, operated

utider the supervision of the Los Angeles Board of JEducatlon,'

wnne worxmg witn una xurner in tne movie ; imitation on
" Life." There's" just ione thing she misses fin ;her ione-pupU
school she doesn't have anyone to pass -a iot of;, :" V.'y

Problem 'oveccome hastily- by

MGM in filming the picture: Be

fore those headlines, the name of

Debbie Reynolds' sister in the
picture was "Lis." Susie" is her
name jiow in the cast of char characters.
acters. characters. v:
ING TALKING ABOUTi Those $700,000-per
person salaries Bill Holden and
John Wayne will 'collect, PIUS 20
percent of the net profits, for
John Ford's' new film, "The
Horse Soldiers." No wonder stu studio
dio studio bosses wake tip screaming. .
Billy Daniels and Louis Armstrong
playing rival night club 'owners
in MGM's "The Beat Generation."
. .Marilyn Monroe saying she's

never seen a Brigitte Bardot mo movie.
vie. movie. Wanna bet?. .Danny Kaye
laughing about being allergic to
the aun:
"I wear 'more make-up on the
golf course than I do on tf


PARIS (UPIWPrime Minister

John Diefenbaker of Canada
yesterday exchanged veiws on in

ternational problems with French
- Premier Charles de Gaulle, at a

three-and-one half hour confer confer-'
' confer-' encc'
: A communique, issued after the
meeting in the premier's official
residence, -said:"'. '. v.; ;V f
"They evoked, in the. spirit of
old and profound friendship and
the alliance which unites the twd
countries, the present great prob problems
lems problems of the world."
1 "They declared that the French
and Canadian government invis invis-age
age invis-age these problems with the same
desire for a common ideal of
peace and liberty."
Informed French 'sources said
the talk concentrated on two ma ma-Jor
Jor ma-Jor issues?
-De Gaulle's letter, to Presi President
dent President Eisenhower arid British
Prime Minister Harold Macmillan
believed to suggest a U.S.-British-French
"directorate" in the North
Atlantic Treaty Organization. It
was understood Diefenbaker op opposed
posed opposed any such reorganization of
the Atlantic defense pact.
The British-backed plan for a
European free trade area, which
has been weakened by French op opposition.
position. opposition. .' .:-.,. ,. v;.


: ROME (UPI) t.S. Secretary
of Labor James P. Mitchell left
by air. for Washlnglon yesterday
jaiter representing President Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower at the coronation of

Pope John XXIII., vTwo 4ther
members of the official U.S. del delegation
egation delegation Deputy Undersecretary
of State Robert Murphy and for former
mer former U.S. Ambassador to Italy
1 Clara, Booiix Luce-Remained in
' Rom. ; v'i-.'rvt'

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Consumers Co-Op

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Meet Wednesday-,

T. ne Panama Consumers Cooper
auye.ha scheduled anotherener-

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- The agenda -Afoe the vmeating.
which WUl beffin t' J:Mn:m

cludesi At lading of minutes of the
last meeting,;, presentation; ofrfin-

euciai; reports, anq an .open foitiajt


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Members of Oier-jCIUblTacIonal
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By Rio Mar Club

Plans progressed this week for
an 'Old Year's' dance, to be spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the popular Rio Mar

uub at .the Balneano Balboa in
Juan Diaz- en, Dec, 31.

Music for the dance will be fur-

mshed by the present rave of dance
enthusiasts, the Willie Moro and
bis "Super" orchestra.
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A cll even of this week was a dinner party given t the
Union Club honoring Mrs. Perle Mesta, noted hostess and former

Minister to Luxembourg, ana ner irayeuui tumiimu, x
Cox of Washington, D.C.
Hoslintihe dinner party were R. Austin AcJy, Charge d'Af d'Af-fatfts
fatfts d'Af-fatfts of tlw U.S. Embassy, and Mrs. Acly.
Mrs McsU and Mrs. Cox visited briefly in Panama this week,
topTHn? here from Rio de Janeiro, where they were the guests
of Brazilian president Juscelino Kubltschek.

$. Ambassador Rt'urm
From Washington Trip
United Slates Ambassador to
Panama Julian Fiske Harrington
and Mrs. Harrington returned to
Panama this morning from Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D.C.
The amnassador has been serv serving
ing serving on a foreign service promo promotion
tion promotion panel for the past several
Peruvian Ambassador
To Interiain For Visitor
Invitations have been ssued by
the Ambassador of Peru in Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, Jose Francisco Manategui,
for a reception honoring a distin distinguished
guished distinguished visitor from his country.
The honored guest is Eduardo
Dibos Dammert, Minister of De Development
velopment Development and Public Works of
Peru, who is visiting on the Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus. the reception is planned for
Saturday evening at the Peruvun
Cast., Mrs. Hines Have
His Parents As Guasts
Cdr. (USN, Ret.) and Mrs.
Charles P. Hines of San Diego
are spending a month on the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus as houseguests of their son, JKennetn W. Hines, and Mrs.
Hines 1
Captain Hines 1; the .command .commanding
ing .commanding officer of Rodman N a y a 1

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British Ambassador And Lady
Entertain At Luncheon

The British Amoassauor and Lady
Henuerson entertained at a lunch
eon yesterday in honor ol Com Com-miss
miss Com-miss oner Charles Durman, Briga
idier J. Frazer ana Colonel Stai-
nard of the Salvaion Army, wno
are visiting on the lsinmus.
Return From Vacation
In Peruvian Capital
Mrs. Jose Francisco Mariategui,
wife of the Ambassador from Pe Peru
ru Peru to Panama, and their son. Jo
se Francisco Jr., were expected
to return to the Isthmus this week
after a short vacation in Lima,
Colon Day Celebrations
Include Open House
Mrs. Aminta Me endez, promi-
Inent hostess in Colon, entertained
yesterday at an open house mark marking
ing marking the observance in that city of
Colon Day.
Among distinguished guests who
called at her residence were fres
ident of the Republic Ernesto de
la Guardia Jr., members of the
president's official party, and Mon
signor Jesus Serrano, Bishop of
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Agriculture Department predicted
yesterday that Tood would be
slightly cheaper and more plenti plentiful
ful plentiful next year. Farmers, it said,
would be paid less for their prod products.
ucts. products. It also forecast that the de demand
mand demand for food in 1959 would "con "continue
tinue "continue strong."

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lack aetke tor lachttiaa to tmta
celume tkeuld be tuaaiiUad M
tvt-wrttta tors tmd mailed
the bei aumket listed daily to 'So 'Social
cial 'Social aWd OrfcorwiM or ddirtrod
v hd re the tfice.i Notices
Marines cannot be accaoted by
Canal Zona Dental Society
Members of the Panama Canal
Zinp Denial Korielv will meet
Friday. November 14 t f:30
p.m. in the Fort Clayton dispell
A clinical" demons. ration of the
use of high speed instruments in
operative dentistry will be given
by Dr. Lewis Arsuaga. High
speed instrumehlation in crown
and bridge work will be demon
strated clinically by Dr. Clare
Protestant Chapol Guild
The regular monthly meeting of
(he Protestant Chapel Guild of
Fort Kobbe is planned for
Wednesday, Nov. 12. at 9 a.m. in
the chapel annex.
The program will .include the
presentation of slides on Bolivia
by Rev.. R. H. Wheatley of the
Methodist Church in Cristobal.
An attendant will be on hand in
the annex nursery to care for
small children. All Protestant worn
en of Fort Kobbe are invited to
attend the meeting.
Asilo do la Irrfaneia
Committee Moetinf
Mrs. Robert Acly will be
hostess at her home in La Cres Cres-ta
ta Cres-ta next JHondav at 1:30 p.m. it
a bridge-tea meeting of the Asilo
de la iniancia committee of me
Inter-American Women's Club.
Little League
Girls 3, Boys 1
Girls outnumbered the boys
three to one among babies born
at Coed Solo Hospital during the
week ending lit midnight,
Wednesday, October 29, accord-
ins- to the hospital report, -cur
lng tne same period, o pawem
. .... Ai i...
were admitted ana o& were ais ais-Charged.f
Charged.f ais-Charged.f '?'& ..
Parent of the einnare Mr.
And Mrs. Winston Williamson, of
Colon; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Clark, of Rainbow City; and M7
Sgt. and Mrs. Antonio Carr, of
Ft. Oulick.
Mr. and Mrs. Ismael Martinez,
of Colon are the parents of the
only boy born during tne week.
Rainier III and Princess Grace of
Monaco will attend the annual
Imperial Ball in New York Dec.
4, court officials ; said; Proceeds
from the ball go to war veterans'
associations and hospitals.
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MINISTER VISITS Cirlcito, one of the towns In the Oaturi lake area, was a stop on an Inspection trip made, last week by
Minister of Agriculture, Commerce and Industry Alberto A. Boyd. The party Irom Panama, which' included .Colon Gov. Jose 1
Maria Gonzalez, made .the Inspection trip abcard the Canal Zone Police Division launch Pa a. The purpose of the trip was to )
investigate ways and means of Increasing the yield of agricultural products in the lake area: Shown here Is the Minister,-1
wearing dark glasses, on his arrival at Cirlcito. Gonzalez is on his right and Henry Simons Quiros, agricultural adviser, on his
left. Others in the picture are members of the official welcom ing delegation. ' "S ; r 1

Britain's Giant
Ready For Shoot
LONDON (UPI) Britain's
giant Jodrell Bank radiotelescope
was cleared of its regular ouier
space program, yesterday so that
it could be concentrated on the
next U.S. moon shot.
Prof. A.C.B. Loyell; director of
the observatory,- said: the ; tele telescope's
scope's telescope's normal program of prob probing
ing probing natural radio sources in outer
space had been suspended, s free
ing the bowl-shaped device tor
catching signals from the Ameri American
can American moon rocket, expected to be
launched at the end of the week.
Lovell said the radio-telescope
had been refitted with- special
aerials for tracking the moon
rocket. He said' the telemetered
information from the rocket radio
would be Picked -up by the tele
scope ana lea to a special
receiver in an instrument V filled
American van nearby.
Two teams at the station a
staff of Manchester University
scientists and a crew of Ameri American:
can: American: electronics ..exjerts: were
ready track; Hhemodttcipcket.
rents i6 risi'"? ':",,r'
PLYMOUTH, England (UPD (UPD-More
More (UPD-More than 18,000 families, faced
higher rents yesterday bedause of
the illness Of Socialist .Councillor
Mrs. Pat Colmer. Mrs. Colmer
was In the hospital when a vote
on rent ( differential '. In i city city-owned
owned city-owned housingi developments was
held by the council. Hr absence
gave Conservatives a 40 to 39
majority: and rents wil go up.
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Leaders Arrested
By French Cops
PARIS (UPI) Police an announced
nounced announced yesterday that they had
arrested at least 28 more' persons
suspected of being .underground
cell leaders and "shock troops,"
of the Algerian rebel movement
in France.
' Aathoritiei said 24 of the sus
pected Algerian Moslem extrem extremists
ists extremists were seized in raids in Lyon
and four others in Montlucon.
Thelt arres s brought to almost
100 the number of Algerians
rounded up in a crackdown that
began a month agom
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Roosevelt On Vet's Day,

The v.f:w. and American Le Legion
gion Legion were appointed by the
Roosevelt Centennial Committee
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sun, this maskea miss pauses
rinrinif ork at an. air base at
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to take over the, events1 of Nov

11, as their part in the.Roose
velt Centennial Prosram. ; This
is also Veterans Day, ;
The two yeterans organiza organizations
tions organizations will hold a-Veterans Day
Ball on Tuesday from 8 .m.v to
12 p.m. It will be dedicated to
"Teddy Roosevelt,' The Soldier."
The main speaker durlnfr the
ball will be Dr. E. H. Cushing,
Deputy Assistant Secretary of
Defense. Dancers will have I-U-cho
at the organ.
Theodore Roosevelt was a vet veteran
eran veteran of the Spanish American
War, who organized a cavalrv
unit,-later known as the Rough
Riders. This group won national
fame fbr Its part in the Santiago
campaign and Col. Teddy Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt became one of the heroes of
me iSQori warBurmri wWofld
War I, he offered to rais a fntr.
of volunteers, .but this project
was lumea aown, his lour sons,
however, saw active service, the
youngest, Queatm being killed
m. air combat. ; .. ,,. ;.;j.:t
National -Commander' Preston
-Moore of the .American .viLe
Biont has had special reasorilr for
nononng'T." lnJ thftthls eon,
Theodore Roosevelt, Jr Is iinl
versallv recognlzH as providing
the Initial spark for the found founding
ing founding of the Legion. :
"Those who would like 1o at
iena tne Veterans Day Ball may
purchase their tickets from any
VJF'.W. or American Legion
member, they also can be ob-;
telned at the door of the Amer-.
lean Lesion Club Fort Amador
where the ball Is being held. The
price for the evening of enter-
lainment wjn be $l per person;
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. Opening lead-4 K ;,:',
There were twq things wrong
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ly held 12 pu nts; the second; that
he had no stopper in spades,
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leads, finished with that suit and
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fenders de-fenders failed to take 'the hean
ace right away Sou h would have
to play one heart himself some
time. .:,
Actual'y, most West' players
would take the ace of hearts im immediately
mediately immediately after cash i n 4 the -fourth
spade, but; this West was
both greedy and careless.
It just never occurred to him
that South would show up with
a five card diamond suit and
West decided he migb' bea the
hand two tricks. So West led his
jack of lb. S.outh decided a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst a 'false card and won with
the queen. '
Now' South led his one remain
ing heart shd pood o'd M'e.a
ducked. Sou:h won in dummy
cashed dummy's "ce of clubs an
tne rest ot tne tricks. v
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2 N.T. Pass S Pass
ir Pass
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At ftlrthday Party --"
Mm and Mri. Rogelio Cuevas
entertained yesterday, at thalr
born in Vista Hermosa In honor
of their ton, Juan -Elias, on bis
Juan received numerous gifts
and compliments of the day frem
bis friends, who attended the par party.
ty. party.

Goneva Dclcgslicns
Seek I!ev Orders
On Nuclear Talks
GENEVA (UPiy The Soviet
"end V. $. and British delegations
(o the nuclear conference sought
new instructions from their gov
ernments last night in attempt
to break the deadlock, in discus discus-ion
ion discus-ion i of a baa on nuclear wea weapons
pons weapons tests, v
The delegates held their fourth
closed session yesterday, v but
were reported still far apart on
the means of achieving a ban.
The meeting lasted less than two
hours. It was the shortest session
ince the talks began lat week.
Informed sources said, both the
West and Bussia stood firm on
their previous positions. Russia,
.demands an- immediate., uncondi unconditional,,
tional,, unconditional,, permanent bah on nuclear
tests, and insist en discussing
this before talking about a con control
trol control system to police a ban. The
West refuses to be tied down, by
ban until a control system has
been put into operation. It insists
upon discussing controls before
the actual ban.
Informed sources said Soviet
chief delegate Semyon Tsarapkin
did most of the talking at yester-

ed previous- demands for adoption f

of the soviet plan.
Western resistance to the Rus Russian
sian Russian proposal was strengthened
by Tuesday's- 49 to 9 vote in the
United. Nations General Assembly
favoring an ."eirly agreement" in,
Geneva on controlled nuclear test
suspension. The United Slates and
IS other countries proposed the
resolution, which was opposed by'
Russia because it did not call for
immediate and unconditional ces cessation
sation cessation of tests.
It was announced, meanwhile,
that the U. S. and. several other
Western delegations to the confer conference
ence conference on prevention of surprise at attacks
tacks attacks i would arrive Thursday.
This conference will open Monday
and :will. tonUnue simultaneously
with the parley orf, a nuclear ban.
Western delegations will begin
Sreliminary discussions, among
lemselves Friday.
Western countries participating
in the; second conference will be
the United States. Britain, France,
Italy jmd ,Caiiada;' The; Commu Communist
nist Communist bW-willlW by
Rtfaia, Poland Czechoslovakia,
RfiSranii and Albania. Both sides
may .add other counties before
the iijeetirigs jstart. ;;
TAIPEI; Formosa UPI)Parta
of it 45-foot-high utout poster of
French "sex kitten" Brigette Bar Bar-dot
dot Bar-dot were "hidden" by transpar transparent
ent transparent green drapes, yesterday be because
cause because of police objections. Police
complained that the five-story
high figure of the. actres was in indecent.

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- NEW, DEIJEC India (UP-bi-fense
Minister V.-Jishna Men Men-on
on Men-on was confined to bis bed

yesterday:, after suffering an at attack;
tack; attack; of malaria1: at his office.
Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru

visited ushna. Menon dunng the



DOLLED-UP DOLL Wear Wear-ing
ing Wear-ing her heart on her, hip instead
of her sleeve, Marilyn Monroe
poses between takes i of her
latest film, "Some Like It Hot,"
being shot on location in San
Diego. She's wearing a skin

tight white sequined dress, cut

io tne waisi in oacic


- The summer camp took girls as

well as boys. Togeuer tney snar
ed dances, swimmuut. some hik

ing, dramatics,, campfire sings and
religious services. v
- The mother who'd come to see

me said. "When Lydia came home

from this camp,- J remember no noticing
ticing noticing she'd lost weight. But I

thought it was all the outdoor ex exercise
ercise exercise she'd been geting'

' But anxiety, not oudoor .exer

cise had caused Lydia's'loss ( of
weight. :
Her mother discovered this just

last week when a schoolmate sent

Lydia a birthday party invitation.

Lydia won't want to go mssea
for her reason, she burst into, hys hysterical
terical hysterical tears and sobbed "I hate

boys. They'll be boys at the par party.
ty. party. I don't have a steady boy
friend so. it will be just like it

was at camp when the girls in

my cabin danced with their ooy

friends and there wasn't a boy

for me."

1 said, "How old is Lydia?"
Her mother, said. ."Nine years


It seems a little young to have

been forced into sexual competi

tion. And to have experienced de


The truth is, I have to control

my temper when I think about
Lydia. For to encourage people
of her age to pit their sex appeal
against each other is not only

cruel but dangerous. ;
Why do we encourage this pre precocious
cocious precocious game? We are not seek seeking
ing seeking husbands and wives for 9-

year-olds. What then are we seeking?

If you can't figure the answer.

start tuning In to TV quiz shows;

Child contestants often anrear o

them. The preliminaries never va vary.;
ry.; vary.; -The smiling quiz master

squats down beside some infant

any age between three and' 10 and

says; "Have yous got a girl friend,
Billy? Why nWp Don't vou

want one? Does your boyfriend

look like me. Sally Oh. he's

better looking huh Well, how

about that, folks P Isn't she the
little heart-breaker?"
What we're seeking in this emp empty
ty empty game Is entertainment for our-

3; -t:

selves. like hot-rodders,' we get

tun out oi speeding uungs up,

how snout uat, foixs, now sdoui


"What do you' do about a bus

band who refuses; to act. his

ageP" asks a wife, who wants

to settle down to middle aged

comfort, but whose husband thinks
that with the children grown it's
hig time they bad a little .fun out
of life.
"For years we led a quiet Ufa,"
says his wife. "Now we have to
be going all, the .time. He insists
on my taking up all his new en enthusiasms
thusiasms enthusiasms and it's wearing 'me
'Frankly, I'm ready to sit. down
and admit to being middle-aged.

but I don't know how to get my

husband to face the fact that he

is too. V

Quit trying. Get your rest u

the daytime while your husband
la at work, so you'll feel like

sharing his projects and, enthusi-

a.DlS, : ,
; Your problem is that you are

wobaly using all your energy to

keen house tho way you did when

vou had a family around to get

your fun nd recreation through

women's organizations.
Cut down on your housework

and make- things easy for your

self. Spend loss time on the orga

nization that sot you out of the

house when your children were

small. Then you'll have more en

ergy and more inclination- to ne

the kind oi companion your nus nus-band
band nus-band needs at the moment.
Don't think your husband is sil

ls for 'feelin&r that now is the

i a a. 11 -am t

ume to nave run. Aner au, u ne

has supported family for years

and put tneir neeas ana mieresis

ahead of nis own ne nas some

fun coming to him.
Join in enthusiastically, instead

of fa-vino: to make him feel his

age, and you'll soon discover that

you are having run 100.

The middle years aon i nave ro

be sit-down, take-it-easy y ears.

They can be filled with new ad

ventures and increased companion

ship between a husband and a
wife, if neither one eives in to

the though. "Isn't this kind of

silly at ovir age?"

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himself free. The men aren't angry at each other. They cut
the boat in half with a chain saw to demonstrate the float,
ability built into modern, pleasure craft as a safety measure.


Sees Inevitable
Revolt In Russia

BERLIN (UP!) A Russian

anti-Communist underground or

ganization claimed yesterday
that the Soviet regime was de

teriorating and thai eventual rev revolution
olution revolution in Russia was inevitable.

The organizatipn, called the
Russian Resistance Organ zation
but known popularly as N.T.S.,
said a revolutionary situation did

not exist in ihe Soviet Union at

present, but that an "embryo" of

revolution had developed.
"A revolution in the Soviet Un

ion is not only theoretically pos

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N.T.S. Is composed of Soviet
emigres and claims to have con

tacts with anu-Commumst under underground
ground underground groups in Russia. The or organization
ganization organization said it was re'easmg
its report in connection with the
second anniversary of the 1956
Hungarian revolt.
The report said clandestine cir circles
cles circles and revolutionary groups
were "spring up all over the coun country"
try" country" and the number of under underground
ground underground fighters was growing con


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dent RirhaM M Nitmi mil Un ,-

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vueen cnzaoein ana ine Duke of
Edinburgh at Buckingham Palace

yesterday. Nixon will visit ig-
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personal representative at the de dedication
dication dedication of the American Memo Memorial
rial Memorial Chape! at. St. Paul's CjUi,.

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'TUIAC CUM Obviously enjoying their day's excursion aboard the aircraft carrier, the Navy wives convene
I WAj rUN on the flight deck of the Boxer. Their gally-colo red costumes were hi marked contrast to tht
Navy-gray coat of the carrier and the tropical khaki uniforms of its crew. (Navy Photo).

1 5d
'STl Steak Into
They certainly enjoy eating well
In California, And with their big
wine festival in full awing, one
of our friends sends us a very de
luxe recipe for plain everyday
round steak. Needless to say, it
uses their wine.
Swiss Stuk Streganoff
(Makes 4-t strvings)
One and one-half pounds round
iteak, cut into thick slices; 1 tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon salt, V teasppon pepper,
flour, 1 tablespoon oil, to cup Bur Bur-fundy
fundy Bur-fundy or other red table wine, to
cup water, 1 tablespoon corn-
The hostess may be worried a a-bout
bout a-bout her carpet if a 'guest spills a
drink or upseta a coffee cup. But
she should quietly see that it is
Cleaned up.
A proper hostess will make a
real effort to set the guest at
ease by not appearing concerned
about a mishap.

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Food and Markets Editor
starch, 1 tablespoon water, V4 eup
commercial sour cream, 1 table tablespoon
spoon tablespoon tomato catsup.
- Sprinkle steak with salt and
pepper; dredge in flour. Brown
in hot oil. Add wine and water;
turn heat low. Cover and simmer
until meat is tender about 1
hour. Transfer meat to cutting
board. Thicky gravy with corn
starch mixed with water. Add
sour cream and catsup. Cut meat
into thin slices, slicing diagonally
across the grain. Return meat 1o
gravy; heat'tho f ughly.
For a de luxe luncheon party,
how about his salad (if you are
not counting calories)?
Crab Meet Avocado Salad
(Makas 4 strvings)
One-half cup mayonnaise, to cup
minced celery, V cup mixed pi pimento,
mento, pimento, 2 teaspoons lemon juice,
dash Worcestershire sauce, dasn
hot pepper sauce, 1 (6 to 7-ounce)
can crab meat, 2 avocados, lent'
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Halve avocados lengthwise. Re
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Fill avocado halves with crab
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BERLIN (UPI'-The East Ger German
man German Communist party newspaper
Neues Doutschland said yesterday
the elections In the United States
were meaningless because both
the Democratic and Republican
parties represented "monopoly."


New Scout Camp
Planned at Madden
Flans for a new scout camp in
the Madden Dam area next year
were announced Tuesday night by
the Canai Zone Boy Scout Coun Council,
cil, Council, highlighting the business con conducted
ducted conducted at th annual council din dinner
ner dinner meeting at the Tivoli Guejt
The decision to-establish a new
scout camp to replace El Volcan,
which has been operated by the
council since 1944, was ci ed oy
council president, Brig. Gen.
George F. Schlatter, as one of the
most important steps taken oy
the local boy acout organization in
recent years.
Other business conducted at the
meeting was election of officers
for 1959 and presentation of the
annual reports of the outgoing o o-perating
perating o-perating committees.
Council members attendingt he
dinner received a briefing by Bob
Johnson on the work of his spe special
cial special ad hoc camp facilities com
mittee, which conducted an eight
months' study of the camping
situation and whose report led to
the decision to open a new camp
at Madden Lake.
The principal recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations summarised by the Com Committee
mittee Committee were: withdrawal from
II Volcan because of its many
deficiencies which cen net be
corrected; acquire by license
from the Canal Zone govern government
ment government e si e en Madden Lake In
the Cenel Zone; use of this
new site fer the 15 summer
cams with minimum facili facilities;
ties; facilities; end gradual development
r the new site ever periee er
about three te four years.
Actual vo e on the adoption nt
the hoc committee's recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations was taken last month by the
council executive board, with an
almost unanimous majority of the
tweny bo-rd members present
vntinff fnr the new cimn.
In making his presentation last
night to the entire council John Johnson
son Johnson cited some of the reasons that
led to the final recommendation
in favor of Madden Lake over 1
The new location would open up
year-around camping in addition
Ia inmmpr rnmninp There is an
opportunity for development of a
superior aquatic program i n a i
couldn't be developed at El Vol Volcan.
can. Volcan. It is closer to sources of sup supply,
ply, supply, transportation and hospitals.
By being nearby, greater partici participation
pation participation of volunteers for construc construction,
tion, construction, maintenance, operation and
program tork with the boy s
could be obtained. This same fac factor
tor factor of location of the camp would
result in lower cost to ine boy
who attends.
Last'y, Johnson cited the impor important
tant important fact that the council was a a-ble
ble a-ble to ob Bin the land without
cost and was assured of the sta status
tus status of the surrounding area.
In discussion concerning the e e-ventual
ventual e-ventual disposal of El Volcan,
Schlatter assured the council mem members
bers members that the executive board had
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not intention of taking hasty ac action.
tion. action. He said there was no need
for the council to "unload" the
camp and that they could afford
to wait lor a lair price.
Answering a question on what
might be a fair price, Johnson
said his committee es.imated
that any sale should bring up upwards
wards upwards of $5,000, which could
be used in development of the
now camp.
Officers elected for the coming
year were Schlatter as council
president for a third term: Maj
Gen. Charles L. Dasher, Rear
Adm. George H. Wales, Lt. Gov.
uan Mc&inenny and Paul Runne
strand as vice presidents; L. A.
Ferguson as scout commissioner
snd Tiffany Richardson, treasur
er. 1
The 19 members elected to the
Council's executive board were,
Alien Alexander. Capt. r. f,
Boyd. Col. Charles O. Bruce. Col.
Philip Cage, Walter E. Colclasure,
Edward C. Coyle, Judge Cuthrie
Crowe, B. I, Everson, L. B u d d
HabersucK, Rowland Hazard
John Hollen, F. If, Johnson, Bus
sell M. Jones, Dean Mainert Pe
terson, T. G. Relihan. Joseph A
Wertz, Carl Widell, Rabbi Nathan
Wiikin and Robert C. Worsiey.
Key pointa in the annual com committee
mittee committee reports, cited ss achieve achievements
ments achievements by the council, this year
were the scout commissioner serv
ice area reorganization under Col.
Frank Wilson, snd the success of
the advancement program under
Rowland Hazard in which 14
scou s and one explorer made
Star rank, seven scouts and three
explorers reached Life rank and
one scout and one explorer be be-came
came be-came eagle scouts. There were
399 merit badges earned during
this period, 30 more than tn 1957.
Other council events that were
reported as outstanding success successes
es successes wore the Camporoe, cayuco
race and the summer camp at at-El
El at-El Volcan under tho guidance
of tho camping committee hood hooded
ed hooded by Lt. Col. Robert J. Mac Mac-Donald,
Donald, Mac-Donald, th year-long "Safety
Good Turn" program conducted
by the health and safety com commit.
mit. commit. oo under Col. Charles O.
truce end the leadership and
training program, chairmaned
by Carl Widell.
the organization and extension
committee, headed by Alfred J
Benton, reported a gain of two
new units in the council this year,
bringing the to al from 43 to 45,
and the finance committee chair
man, B. I. Everson, reported on
the budget which balanced out as
actual, vs budgeted expenditures.
His report also cited the work of
presenting the council's financial
needs lor next year to me unit united
ed united Fund and gaining approval for
a 1959 budget allocation oi S17,
L. Budd Haberstick, chairman
of the activities committee, report
ed on the various events hst
ranged from the council's swards
and recognition dinner in Feo Feo-ruary
ruary Feo-ruary to the Christmas gold turn
coming up next' month. Ills "e "e-port
port "e-port emphasized the planning 'jr
the "Scoutcapades" next March,
which will be the big event -of
the scout year. Public relations,
chairmaned by Maj. Fred Brent,
also reported a successful year
citing the cooperation given by
the newspapers in Panama and
CFN to the reporting of scout
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Tigers Defend School League
Lead Against Winless Devils

-! Cristobal High's precarious perch on first place
in the interscholastic football race is at stake tonight
when the Tigers play hosts to the C.Z. Junior Col College
lege College at Mount Hope Stadium. ;v

Thi will ba the final chance
for Atlantic Siders to look at their
Tigers on nome guuuu
grid stason rounds into the home
rrittnhil Hieh must have this
one, or at least salvage another
ti. and then dot against the
Bulldogs on Nov. 14 if they are to
entertain any thoughts of a foot football
ball football title for Cristobal.
Pacific Siders saw these two
teams battle to a scoreless .tie at
Balboa on Oct! 10, but express se-.
rious doubts that the Green Dev Devils
ils Devils can stage and equal battle a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Tigers on their home
grounds and without the services
of Bill Gibson.
The big College back, a gradu graduate
ate graduate of CHS, was injured scoring
the winning touchdown against the
Athletic Club; he still leads the
circuit in pass completions with
four and ranks among the top ten
ground gainers with a 4.3 aver average
age average per carry.
The Green Devils showed poor poorly
ly poorly against Balboa last Friday
night, but three previous appear appearances
ances appearances in which they played far
above expectations and the fact
that they are still the only team
on the Canal Zone to defeat, the
Athletic Club proves that they
cannot be taken too lightly;
Don Alexander, George Trimble,
Harry Keepers and Ray Oakly still
form a formidable backfield. The
only trouble is that JC, already
weak in reserve strength, is now
completely without replacements
in the backfield and I hat four four-aome
aome four-aome will have to go all the way
without rest if they are to defeat
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night" Jast Friday. Gary -Alexander
has developed into good and
teamed up,wun Droiner uon 10 ac ac-coun
coun ac-coun for the only JC -aeore a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the defending champs last
The Tigers look upon this one
tomorrow night as the big game
of the season. They know .that
they are. playing: -against a team
already counted out of the title
cace and -capable of 'jgreat things
witn ine jpressurescomfiieneiy ii ii-ed.
ed. ii-ed. Cristobal has some good driving
backs, a strong line and a 1958
discovery in Dewey Whitaker as
a strona line backer and. nunter.
Keith Kulig"is well Up amdng the
top ground gainers and in sea season
son season that's not setting famous for
pass completions,' ranks second to
Gibson with three.
Don Humphrey is probably the
easiest quarterback among the
three school teams and himself
has run up a total of 166 yards on
the ground. John Boseman is a
hard driving back and is usually
good for those few extra yards
when needed for the first down...
The Piisfobaliline 11; onjE of nh
strongestjtheyjiave had. in many
years. -Juh 'Palumbo has firmly
captured the center position on
offense and is flanked by John
Peterson, Walt Woodruff, Don
Bruce, co-captain Russ Favorite,
Irl Sanders, Alex Stearms and a
group of others that give Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal the edge over JC in reserve
Brian Lutz, one of the most outd
standing freshmen ever to play
for Cristobal, is capable of hand
ling an end, or, lor tnat matter
nearly any other, position compe competently.
tently. competently. From this corner it's Cristobal
by a 7 to 6 score.
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BHS Battles

The Balboa Bulldogs will
seek to avenge a l- loss to the
Athletic Club Rams when they
take on the Rams again to tonight
night tonight at the Balboa Stadium.
The game Is scheduled to be begin
gin begin at 7.
The Bulldogs are reportedly
"up" for this contest which
they hope to use as to get
them ready for the season's fi finale
nale finale against Cristobal High
School's Tigers Nov. 14,
Palm Bowl All-Slar
Football Game
For United Fund
The All-Star Football Game
which will he Vl& on
Wednesday, Nov. ?6, 1958 in
the Balboa Stadium at 7:00
p.m. has been officially chris christened
tened christened The Palm Bowl Game.
All proceeds from the game
will go to the United Fund.
It is hoped that this game
will become an annual affair
as part of the United Fund
campaign. Tickets are on sale
In Canal Zone communities
and at all Armed Forces In Installations.
stallations. Installations. Donations are $1
for adults and 50 cents W
Tickets may also be secured
on the Pacific side by calling
John S. Pettlnglll, chairman ol
the committee, at 2-3311, or in
the Division. f Schools office
in the ClVB Aff airs Building, or
on the Atlantic side by calling
Luke Palumbo at Cristobal
High School.
The two all-star teams will
be selected from all the players
of Balboa High School, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal High School, Canal Zone
Junior College and the Athle Athletic
tic Athletic Club. The 22 players for
each all-star squad will be sel selected
ected selected after the last Interscho Interscholastic
lastic Interscholastic football game which will
be played on November 14.
For further Information con concerning
cerning concerning this game read your
local newspapers.
LSU Tiger Fans
Already Asking
For Bowl Ducats
Football fans of the LSU Tigers,
in anticipation of a bowl berth for
the untied, unbeaten Bengals, are
flooding the athletic department
at Louisiana State University with
requests for post season oowi
tickets and .information.
"We do not know if LSU wUl
be invited' to a bowl this year,
much less which one," said Jim
Corbett.LSU athletic director.
"We bave no bowl tickets or
bowl information, and cannot ac acknowledge
knowledge acknowledge requests for post sea
son tickets or information, Lor Lor-bett
bett Lor-bett said.
He said as far as LSU athletic
officials are concerned the Tigers
have "three major bowl game?
during the next three wKs
xasainst Duke, Mississippi State
xand Tulane;P
Service &nter Theatres
BALBOA 6:15 & 8:25
Maria Ouspenskaya
Philip Dorn
-Tab Hunter
Ann Blyth Fernando tamai
in Cinemascope & Color!
(Repeat Run)'
MARGARITA 8:15 & 8:30
Greer Garsort
Walter Pldgeon,,
(Repeat Run)
John Wayne Lana Turner
m cinemascope Si 'Colon u
Gregory Peck
a. Lauren :Bacall
In Cinemascope Si Color!
"Gun Battle at Monterrey"
, and-
l Coming November 23rd
The Glenn Miller Orchestra"
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Phils' Scout Visits

Wen Lest
RC Nehi
Fuerza y Lui
Seymour Agency
Lucky Strike
Pan Am Jeta
Pan Imperial
H. I. noma
Leading averages Coffey 195,
Schmidt 193, Syster 185. Hi game
Cleichman 257.
High Series Coffey 688. High
Team Game Fan-Am wi. nign
Team Series Nehi 2791.
Nehi 2 Lucky Strike 1
Nehi, soft drinkers attained an
even split with Lucky Strike bowl
ers the. hard-way. witn aoto
Metzger and Damian smacking 200
and better sames. the Lucky btruc-
ers coasted smokers won by 8 pins.
With their backs to the wall, and
first Dlace sliDDina from their
grasp, the Nehi lads got a break
when the Lucky strikes leu a pan,
and not only lost the last game
but the TP as well. Bill Coffey
of Nehi came up with 205 in the
last act and tied Jorge Soto of
Nehi with 560 for the high series
Nehi Vescio 523, Khimpp 484,
Allen 532, Kaeun 543, coney aeu.
Lucky Strike Soto 560, Mor
row 505, Lutenberger 510, Metzger
513 and JJamian 546.
Fuerza y Lui 2 Pan Am Jets 2
Fuerza y Lux Kilowatts had e
nough voltage to sneak in the win
column by three pins in the lid
KToifhoa ta.m urn 'nn"
their game in this beginner, be
cause 798 was the winning score.
Pan Am Jets with a complete t
versal of form, bettered their open
ing session by 200 sticks, when
DeLuca 202. Melanson 200 and iaj
228 rolled to a 992, and grabbed
their ninltal point. This 992 was
(he season's high, for the loop. In
the final set to, "both teams see
sawed and the Kilowatts had e-
nough reserve to walk away with
39 sticks. The Jets with their high
game insured themselves the TP
marker. Joe Sullivan with a 223
smele effort topped the F and I
bowlers with 548 serfes: HeveVer,
MacLajie, of the Pah Am Jets,
set the pins afire with 176, 228 and
202 games for a 606 set.
Pan Jets Lowanae 525, ijclu-
ca 465, voss 462, Meianson as,
Lane 606.
Fuerza y Luz Winquist 497,
Fernandez 490, Sullivan 548, Gleich
man 508, Fistonich 508.
Syemour 1
Winn's Friction Proofing 2
Wynn's Firction-Proffing garner
ed the most points of the evening
when they took Seymour lor three.
Art Graham's 202 and Geor-;
Bell's 204 carried the Wynn's 10
their first win by 59 edge. Sey
mour's Bruce Hassler 219 weutn
zasted in this game, but his 217
and Kick Soyster's 201 helped a
lot in Seymour getting on the cre credit
dit credit side by 22 sticks.
Curly Bates .stuck a 206 game
for the Insurance gang but his
teammates faltered, and Seymour
went down the' three dim. Bruce
Hasslei .enjdyed one of vhis best
nights-ln the Majors, was the high
man for. the -night in the league
with 620. Art Grahams. 585, nozed
out George Bell by one mark to
be Wynn's best-
Wynns's -,Dube 538. Hinley 511.
Amato 524, Graham 585, Bell 575.
Seymour. Boyer 505. Hasss
620, Bates 510, Rudy 483, Soystuf
575. .. -.- -
H. I. Homa IVi
Pan Imperial 2'A
In a match sprinkled with six
400 series, most of the boys found
lanes 7 and 8, rough. The Pan
Imperials opened up with a vic
tory. In this Ted Albritton tossed
203 which was neutralized by
Bud Baker's 203. But the rest of
Homa contractors could not come
up with the marks, uaicer came
back with a 205, but not having
too much assistance-, the, game
ended in an 83Q draw.-
InUhe -nightcap, Hom'a's Ray
Schneider rolled a 212, but Bread Breadwinner
winner Breadwinner Eqi Kunkel partially off s'
this with 205, but the rest 0
'the Imperials did nft support E
teenoini--seprated the wmn
Panv.Impetials from the losing
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Homas in the TP bracket.
Homa Charter 493, Schneid Schneider,
er, Schneider, 532, Baker 595, Thomas 476,
Rogers 429.
Pan Imperial Albritton 551,
La Beau 471, Prusinowikl 401, Bur Bur-goon
goon Bur-goon 492, Kunkel 567.
Teams Wen Lest
Rudesheim'i C. 24 8
Balboa Beerettei 17V4 1M
Shoppers 17 15
GUdden Paihtk 14Va mi
Buyers 14 18
Mountain Dew 12 20
Leading; Averages Vi Rudy
155, Marg Roberts 154, Murial Mit-
chusson 151.
Mountain Dew 4 Rudesheims 0
The last place Mountain Dews
accomplished what no other team
in the league could do, and that
was to stop the fast stepping Rude
sheim, Furthermore the Mountain
Dews scalped the contractoretV's
for all four points. To make mat
ters worse for the Rudesheims,
the Maountain Dews took three of
the points on the scratch basis,
only in the final game did they
havt to dip into the handicap kitty
to pull the fame out of fire, by
12 pins.
The thee queens that helped the
Mountain Dews to puset the lead
era were Bess Shepard with a 530
handicap. EJener Borgis, captain,
set a good example for her ladies
with SSS andicap and "S.E.N."
Nasiatka nailed down 537 handi
cap. The only Rudesheim bowler bowler-ette
ette bowler-ette to join the five hundred circle
was Gwenn Sack with her 527 nan
1 Balboa Beereftes 2 Buyers 2
In the opening of hostilities, the
Balboa Betrettes were flowing the
n.ns off the lanes with such regu
larity, that they swamped the Buy-
ers to msurs.them Uie TP credit
slip. In the second game the Buy
ers found a real bargain when
they bought the winning tao by
three pins. They kept un iheir buy
ing spree and wrapped up the
last gamfe, but fell short by 26
sticks in the TP column.
The feature of the match was
wand! RileV's 20: game -m the
finale, and this big game not only
put her name on toe board for (he
Diablo Monthly award, "but also
gave her a 566 handiccap series.
The Balboa Beerettes had their
shining light in M. Gayer with a
559 handicap set.
Gliddsns 4 Shoppers 0
Glidden Paints glittered to the
extent that the shoppers just coult
not get going. In the opening round
The Paints took advantage of their
14 pm Handicap to noze out the
Shoppers by one pin. In the second
encounter, the Glidden Paints won
by 112 sticks, and this was featur featured
ed featured by Reggie Schmidt's 203. Tile
Gliddens continued their suprema suprema-ny
ny suprema-ny by taking the last game by 63
Reggie Schmidt of tliddens en
joyed her best night of the sea season,
son, season, when she put together 177,
203 and 155 for a 535 scratch sp
ies, and 607 handicap Refeie had
plenty of help from Betty Williams
with a 568 handicap and ose
Lastinger 520. For the upset Shop Shoppers.
pers. Shoppers. Helen Gliid was the tops with
516 handicaps, but not far behind
was Vi Rudy witn 508 and Maxine
Nichqls SOi, both handicap.
Sugar Bowl
Sold Out
vou nlannin? on : attending
1959 Sugar Bowl football game?
If you don't already nave your
ticket you are out of luck.
Claude "Monk'' Simon, presi president
dent president of the Mid Winter Sports
Assn. sponsor of the event, said
Wednesday that a seats in the
cavernous 80,500 capacity stadium
had been sold. "This is the earli earliest
est earliest sellout in Sugar Bowl histo history,"
ry," history," he said.
-World flyweight champion 1 Pasr
nal Perez of Argentina will leave
or Manila tomorrow to' defend
is title against Dommy Ursua of
he Philippines.
World Famous
NOVEMBER 23 4 p.m.
BALBOA 8:30pjn.:

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. Atlantic -i- Je-JSt'
Pacific JU7M 1
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The Panama National Stadium
Is a beehive of activity these
day as the players on the va various
rious various Panama Professional Base Baseball
ball Baseball League teams hustle to get
In shape tot opening night, Nov.
19. v '.v
Four more players' arrived
from the U.S. yesterday. The
recent arrivals are catcher
manager Les Peden of the
Sugar Kings, pitcher Dick
Luebke and .. outfielder Ken
Hunt also of the Sugar Kings
and outfielder Barry Shetrone
of the Balboa Brewers.
Peden, who also caught and
managed the Little Rock team of
the "AA" southern Association,
yesterday was named runnerup
to pitcher Bill Harrington as the
Southern Association's most val valuable
uable valuable player. v
Luebke had an .11-7 record
with Sa nAntonlo of the "AA"
Texas League while Hunt played
with New Orleans of the "AA"
Southern Association.
Shetrone, a fleet outfielder
who will probably patrol center-
field for Cerveza Balboa, starred
with Vancouver of the open clas
sification Pacific Coast Loop.
The Brewers also received out
fielder Nat JPeeplea of Austin
(Texas League) and pitcher
George Miranda (Austin) earlier
this week.
Meanwhile, president Angel
Grlmas of the Carta Viela Yan
kees yesterday announced that
he expects, ten Yankee to arrive
at Tocumen airport at 1 p m
Saturday. Grlmas also reported
the sienlne of the 13th Yankee
player pitcher William Prout,
a lefthander who touea ior
Memphis of the Southern Asso
ciation this year.
Phillies Scout Supervisor Here
James T. Qallagher. Phiiadel
phla Phillies' scout supervisor. Is
vlsitine on the Isthmus, after a
brief stop at.-Managua while
making a. tour of the member
countries of the Caribbean Con.
Gallagher Informed yester yesterday
day yesterday at a luncheon held at the
Gran Oriente Chinese Restau Restaurant
rant Restaurant In Panama City that the
main object of his Caribbean
. tour is to deslgante scouts for
j the Phillies In each of the Lat Lat-;
; Lat-; In American, countries' he vls-
The Philadelphia scout plans
to go to .Maracaibo next, then
he will visit Caracas, san Jan,
Ciudad Ttujillo and Havana in
that order before returning to
the United States.
Among other things, tlaliaghet
mentioned that he is particular particularly
ly particularly interestec". in having his scouts
look over teenagers and amateur
league youngsters.
Small College
Football Ratings
NEW YORK (UPI) The Unit United
ed United Press International small col
lege football ratings first place
xvotes and won-lost records in
Team Points
1. Miss. Sou. (31) (6-0) 373
2. Mont. St. Col (I) (7-0) 258
3. Miami (Ohio) (2) (4-2) 228
4. Northeastern Okla. (5) 8-0 156
5; East Texas State (6-l 132
6. Ariz. Flag St (1) (8-0) 123
7. Wheaton (111.) (7-0) 99
8. St. Benedict's Kan (8-0) 88
9. Connecticut, (5'2i 87
10. Willamette Ore7 (7-0) 71
11. Chattanooga. "57:; 12. Kent
(Ohio) State: 53: 1 13- (tie), Mem
phis State and Kearney (Neb.),
47 each;5 15, Buffalo' (N.Y.), (8),
45; 16, Bowhng Green (Omo), 43;
17 Lafayette (Pa ). 35s 18. Cali
fornia Poly of 1 San'-LUis Obispo,
34; 19 (tie) West Chester (Pa.)
State (1) and Missouri Valley, 29
Others receiving 12 or mora
points Sewanee (Tenn.), 26; Gus'
tavus-AdoIohus (Minn.), 25; Cen
tral Michigan, 22; Williams
(Mass.), 21; Lenoir rhyne
(N.C.) and butler (ind.), 19 eacn;
Rochester (N.Y.) and 'Western
Michigan 15 ech; Florida AaM
(1), Hope (Mich.) and Wittenber?
(6hio), 14 eadij Tennessee Tech,
Trinity (Tex.) and Louisville, 13
each; and Delaware, 12.
'The Black Scorpion"



NEW'' Vniii'"i('Tiwsi2timrf,iii
Louisiana' SUte University, two
top-ranked ;teams to college foot-
touchdown favorite Tuesday to
win this r Saturday.??-? -.. ,
Iowa xanKea wo. i in- ttit na na-tion,wa
tion,wa na-tion,wa picked by 14 points over
Minnesota hi : a ? Big Ten -conference
game at :Minneapoli-JUSU,
rated second ; bV,",a narrow -.mar.
Kin. Was a 13.nnint rhniem
nome against Duke in a Saturday
oigni game. .'tf-r.. '. -. :
Armv. whlcH tr r1. in ffmil.
. ' m w uuu
ton. Tt : in uliv Dll n,... nf
battle, was favored by points.
wnue Auburn, which ranks fourth
right behind the Cadets, ,w a
home against Mississippi State.
uaianomai' uie nation S IlfUl IlfUl-ranked
ranked IlfUl-ranked tfam. mri thm hi a.
, x M'ft
eest favorit m htm .ir
"line", the Sooners were plckecf
ay at 10 Deatiowa stae t Amef
In games to be televised re-4
gionauy, jNoire uame was picked
by 6 over Pitt- at Pittsbureh
(East) and Kansas was the
cnoice by 8 over Nebraska (Mid (Midwest).
west). (Midwest). There was one "pick-'em"
(even) game on this week's pro program.
gram. program. That was between Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky and Vanderbilt at Lexing Lexington,
ton, Lexington, Ky. Three other Saturday
contests were listed as one-point

Good Pro Quarterbacks
Are Difficult To Find

NEW YORK (UPI) Good pro
football quarterbacks, like good
men, are hardHo. find.
, Before they learned they would
not have to face John. Unitas of
the Baltimore Colts Sunday, the
New York Giants made a survey
that showed how tough it is for
a college quarterback to make
ennd in the Natinnal Fnffthall
League; Unitas wUl be,! sidelined
mree or tour weeKs witn a cnest
Unitas is the "one-ih-a-million"
shot who became the teaffue'x tnn
touchdown thrower after he was
ers and began playing sandlotfj
iooioau ior t a. game.
discussing quariemacKS is a
sensitive noint with thn (iiants
because they have been criticized
tor not finding better ones than
unaney uoneriy. or Don Hemrich.
nere s wnai uie survey ot cur current
rent current NFL quarterbacks snowed:
(They are listed with their pres
ent clubs):
Four nf thpni. Kill Wari r
Angeles Rams), Paul Hornung
(Green Bav Packers). Kins Hill
tunicago cardinals) and George
Shaw (Colts), were taken on the
bonus draw (now abandoned) be before
fore before any other club could have
a cnance to pick tnem.
. Giants' Difficulty
Eight more, Bobby Layne
(Steelers). Y. A. Tittle (San
Francisco Forty Niners). Babe
Parilli (Packers), Lamar McHan
(Cardinals), wv.R.a Ip h.,,Guglielmi
(Washington-' Re da k i n sfc, Earl
Morran -iueuwt uons),- Len Daw Dawson
son Dawson (Steelersji 'sand, John JBrodie
t r orty-iviners ), were picKea m
the first round of the NFL draft.
The?e; passers' all were taken by
clubs which had poor seasons,
finished under .500 and therefore
had priority in the draft. That's
how the draft helps balance the
league by helping the weaker
ciuoseacn year.
f- V"
This is how the Giants explain
their inability to get a good quar quarterback
terback quarterback in the draft. They are
the only club in the 12 team
league that has finished over .500
xeach season since Jim Lee Howell
took -over as coach in 1954. -.
. .. .Leilrlg Records' :-: f '..v'y'
F!vpn th Nn' 9 nlrV amnne
current personnel Tobin Rote
ZekeBratkowski (Chicago Bears)
nrt ; RliHv finltioh RpHolrlno'V
were picked by clubs with losing
records'! except for vBukich,aB
onginak warns cnoice, i -, ;vi:i(
quarterbackvto : make i good in- the
NFL: vti-:f '?'-vJ!WtS
-Mnct; iaso, i5iaave appeared
. Joan Collina
i "."SEA- WIFE' tr:U
"m .Gregory Peck In '
"Thfr, Snow ; of Kilimanjaro''


games nnsylvaiua. oveFYale.
Purdiia nvn TiM c-. -.Ttr2
Washington State tfver: Oxecon
state. ft n
vln Friday night games jffyra-
inmm nt.' .1.1.. J L ... .' -X
vitaou uyi 14 over 08.
ton. Colle;e, Florida State wis tie
j J "u pver wami (JTia.)
n Alabama was picked by ona
over Tulane. ,
Point spreads on
other, leading '.Saturday games:
Intersectional VlHanov 10
over Dayton, Boston. College 11
Wtroit, ississh Sover
Baat-i Cornett t over5 Brown.
Penn State ovef West Virginia!
Princeton g over Harvard; Holy
19 over-Columbia.
Soufh .'Georgia Techr oyer
&f NaTy i ovw Maryland,
riqnda 7. over Georgia North Ca'
rohna 15 over Virginia,
.Midwest' Illinois 3 ovef
Michigan, Colorado over Mis Mis-souri,
souri, Mis-souri, Tulsa ,. over Cincinnati,
WISAAHO ft k.T .1
,vwui i over ixormweaiern.
MicWgan,5tatf o3 iSSna,
Oklahoma State 13 over Kansaa
"Southwest Texas over Bay.
lor, Southern Methodist 13 over
Texas A 4 M. ; ,.'
Far West southern Califor.
nla 8 over Washington,. Oregon
UCLA C,lifornU ovw
on NFL rosters... Of the 95, onlr
45 threw as many as -100 passes
in any one season, Of the 45,
23 were through after one season
of 100-or-more. passes.- Only' It
were able to play on a regula
basis for any period of three oi
more seasons. ..' -.1
Besides those 95, at least at
many more -college passing stari
were drafted and discarded be.
fore appearing in a single leagui
game;- . -4 -' f
Finding a pro quarterback
tough on the players, coaches,
fans and owners.
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v NEW YORK (UPD-Two-time
Olympic decathlon champion Bob
Mathias warned American ath athletes
letes athletes today that it would take a
auper-humah :: effort to prevent
Russia from scoring an over overwhelming
whelming overwhelming .victory in ., the I960
Olympic Game at Rome. '
The United States probably
win the track and field champion
ship, he analyzed. This is' due to
the tact mat we nave so many
fine sprinters andmmiddle distance
men while European countries
battle the sRed ins the distances.
t"But when -you' throw rin; allithe
ether i events, the s Russians: are
training so many athletes in the
minor sports that they figure to
hand the rest of the-world a bad
beating for the overall unofficial
championsmp," m. a n i a s ex
plained. r
':'"ays Deeafhlen'Trrrrrijl x'
poking at his specialty; which
bV won at London in 1948 and in
whfcih lie et a world record at
Helsinki in 1952. Mathias ex-,
pressed doubt that current world
record holder Rafet J o h n s o Q
would"' able WJeateilts-new
mark "ft the international rgftnef
'The decathlon, in whiph; you
compete m w. events in two roys.
la what res -.jwi?'ut,?plaiM
the rancv. Californian, turned, mo
tion picture star; "I have never
been as tired, before or since, as
I was the night I finished up at
That day he: started at 1Q a.m
ltd didnT finish until 10. B,m"
"It's the w a 1 1 j n g between
turns,", said" Mathias, who jjoon

POINTS.,. No. 7

Four Step

cu.nh f an InttruCtlond
rU written for NtA Servls
and The Panama American ty
champiens. ,"
NvABC Masters .eader
ALTHOUGH, the three and five five-lep
lep five-lep approaches may Ae, -used ;o
good advantage,. stay with four
lIt fellows M more natural ,pst-
Since the approach may be brc-f
ken tftfo' lottr basic Components,
let th "ites naturally coincide
with them. The first is r on the
downswing the third on the back,
wing and the fourth or ; sliding,
on the release.
liv the three-step delivery, all
of the (aeUon must : be compress-,
ed -into the three-strides.
The bowler is comoelled to
force his way into the backswing
This is a very tiring approach
and body balance Is difficult to
If totrsfeel that it. is easier to
tart with the left, foot, Instead of
the right in the four.step delivery,
Or prefer to take smaller steps,
try iive..The extra. step 'is a "hort
u nraooriinff tha mishiwiv de-
vui. a Mr r
signed to sUrt your body inmo inmo-tion
tion inmo-tion smoothly.- -' v-r..? ''',:;
., Regardless, of ine numDer ,' oi
tleps tie certain that you do-, not
rush. to the foul Jine. 7
Start slowly and gradually, add
tnomenhtin'i''to' ea,ch.step.;fi.v.i

. u Siwnewi nand ;; entertainment i WxM,y



will be seen as Victof -Mature'
co-pilot in a World War II flying
picture called "China Doll,"1 and
who this month starts a new tele television
vision television series x with ;Keenan Wynn
called -"Trouble Shooters."
"You build' yourself up to a
peak effort and get your muscles
all loose," he added. "Then yon
take one turn and you have to
go sit down and wait interminably
while other competitors from all
over the- world take their turn:
You're up and down like a yo yo."
Set World Mark
Mathias set a world mark of
7,887s in; winning at Helsinki and
was a cheering spectator at Mel Melbourne
bourne Melbourne in 1958 when Milt Camp
bell broke his mark with 7,937
points. Russia's Vassily Kuznetsov
eventually set a world mark of
8.014 but in a head-and-head meet
ing at Moscow in July, Rafer
Johnson defeated the Russian and
sef'i" eW'"w6Wtt Mark; of "8,037
points. "' '''" "''.'' ;
"But the long delays between
turns in the Olympics legislate
against Johnson setting a world
Tecord in the games," Mathias
said.- "In that Russian meet, they
ran the decathlon off in a space
of abdut three hours. That way.
Johnson could 'eel 'up' and stay
4hat way. It's a lot different in
the Olympics. :: h '.'-,,,
''Track and field will find us all
right,", he insists. 1'We'll win more
than our share there. But Russia
ihas an overall program, aimed
my crcijr aywi vu
and that's where we'll suffer.
They well could wind up'... with, the
most decisive, Olympic victory
ever." :

s Are Natural

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TWP FMnDick Weber U at
the completion of his last aten
I )n a, sound four-step delivery.

1 090 COLOM ?

Team Couldkl

The four teeners who entered
r fin
the Mldo Muitlfort. Wtcb Tour-
ament at the Brazos Brook
Country Club have now reached
the third round of play and
there is a strong possibility that
Larry -WUder and Keith Ken Ken-way,
way, Ken-way, two 15 year cMs, will sweep
the board if they continue their
excellent play.' '' i t ";
In their second round, .victory
they "shot three birdies on ;the
out nine and then played it cool
on the back nine to eliminate
Dave Brown and Al Nordstrom
by a score of 6 and 5 ..they
were one -oyer ,. par ei wheri the
match terminated at number 13
green and to make-it easier for
them they -received 7 strokes.
Captain Finley Meeha 'and
Mer French still remain in the
tournament although they are
not In partnership they were
smart in choosing the remain remaining
ing remaining teener entries as partners.
Meehan and 15 year old Robin
Monand crushed Elton Bell and
Pete Tortqrlcl 5 ar.d 4 and they,
were 1 over par at the comple completion
tion completion of the match. French and
15 year old Babe Marquard were
also 1 over par when they breez breezed
ed breezed home over Doc Prier and
Captain Jim Wallace 4 and 3.
Two matches had to go Into
overtime. Compton and Nelson
were one down on the 18th green
when, Nelson sank a ten foot
down hill putt to tie the match
with the Panama Canal pilot
team of McGllberry and Logan.
The 18 hole replay found Comp Compton
ton Compton and Nelson defeating the
gallant skippers 3 and 2.
Gene Hamlin and Hank Ge-
sink were 4 down with 8 to play
in their match but foueht back
strongly to 'make a tie of It,
Their opponents, Roth and De
RaDs, did not weaken In' the sec second
ond second encounter as they coasted
to a 5 and 4 victory.
Mike Green and : Bob i Leigh
continued their sensational play
b" turning back Fred Huldtquist
and Jimmle.Wamio m a squeak
er lup while Horan and Mathle Mathle-sen
sen Mathle-sen experienced little difficulty
in winning 4 and 3 over Brayton
ana v mKnam.
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Les Peden Named
Runnerup MVP In
Southern Assn.
Baseball Writers- --Assn. -- Wednes.
day s e 1 e c 1 1 A Bill Harrington,
pitcher for the Birmingham Bar,
ons, as the most "valuable player
in the Southern Association
League during -1958,
Little Rock's catcher-manage;.
Les Peden, was runner-up, follow
ed by pitcher Allen Romberger,
alfo a Traveler player in tne
balloting. : t
Of the 12 first place votes east,
the North Carolina-born Harring Harrington
ton Harrington received eight. v
The 19-year-old hurler pitched
the Barons to 23 victories during
the seasons including the Oct.
day-night win to cap the Dixie
Series with the Texas League.
Major College
Football Ratings
NEW YORK ttJPI) The United
Press International major college
football ratings (first-place votes
and won-iost-tiea moras in pa
rentheses): ? v
Team -s' Feints
1. Iowa (13) (5-01) ?W
2. Uuislana State (17) (f-0) 299
Army (3) 5-0-1)
Auburn (1) (5-04)
Oklahoma (1) (5-1)
Northwestern (3-1
Wsiconsin (4-1-1) :
Purdue (5-1) V ;
Ohio State (4-1-ir
Notre Pame (4-2),
11. Mississippi. 31: 12, Syracuse,
2ft- 13, Texs ChrlsUan, 22; 14
ftieT. 'Air Force Academy and
Rice. 21 eachv ir NorW Carolina
12:17, Southern Methodist,, 7; 18,
Clemson, :-: 19, Georgi Tteh, 3:
?0 CieJ.jColoradojiTexss A and M
Oregon state,' nnsourgn ana vir.
glnia Military, 1 each.
Br r:iw TcdTariT
'; Tour afcln millions f prf
whara (rmi bid, cauiina; itch, pJn,
pMllnir, mm, blackhaada, rincwona,
- ate. Ordinary rmllaa n1r fir mo mo-tnanUrjr
tnanUrjr mo-tnanUrjr rllf baesua thr don't kill
tha Karma tht ara tha rani ot
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Gov. Potter to Attend Second

Latin American Swim Meet

Saturday, Nov, 8, is a red let.-,
er day as the tecond annual Lat-1
in-American Swim Meet will' be
staged at the Rainbow City Swim-
m ng f ooi, commencing at a.m.
There is much speculation sur
rounding the' 100-yard free-style
lor the 28" trophy donated by Gov.
wuuim a. roiier oi me- i-anai
Zone, who has promised .o attend.
Gov. Potter 'will. present the tro
phy to the winner of the Gover Governor's
nor's Governor's Special. Winners or-the ,13
other heats scheduled wil receive
medals and pr.zes. There will oe
ien heats for boys and four for
girls. :' : ;'
The' Committee was the reci
pient of 14 tirst-place- gold med
als donated by me "Botica coro-,
na" to be awarded winners of the
14 heals. These medals along wiln
the. Governor's trophy are now
on display at the, Rainbow Ci y
Tall Lionel Fergus, an 18-year
old of Rainbow City, won the fea feature
ture feature race last year on Veteran's
Day, aoy, u, wim a gmieriug per per-fromance
fromance per-fromance which, thr lls a arge
crowd. Fergus, In swimming the
lenslh of the -pool three times for
100 yards, was clocked at 1:05
soread-eaenne tne neia ana tin-
ishing 39 seconds ahead of his
nearest compeJtor, Ricardo
of Rainbow City. Roberto Dias .of
La Boca finished third with a
time of. 1:49. ; '
The concensusus of opinion in
Rainbow City is that Fergus will
win aeain. But athletes of Paraiso-
Pedro Miguel and Santa Cruz are
hot conceding anythin;. Said one
boy: "i .it's ms tretgus) nome nome-town
town nome-town and he is its best, but he'll
find it much different from last
year. ; .if,, nonce I say,"flf", he is
great, we u maxe mm prove h...
Physical direc ors S.anley Loney
of Paraiso-Pedro Miguel and Jose
French of Santa Cruz share the
same veiw. -And, after the dismal
showing of not winning a first-or-second-oiace)
and gaining only
five of 42 positions in 14 heats,
are; determined uke tneir proteg proteges
es proteges to wipe put. thejestablished
suoremacv-felline of Rainbow Ci
ty. Earlier, both stated ". . .it
, la haarf mmrh tit the Whit
House varsity President Ike has
oeen oesei wiuau iuw subuib. uu
tensions commo to Xht, profession
w nniiir ntanv nt hii metanho.
urn Him..' X'
rical brethren M doesn't go, foi;
the crying towei.
He lost his quarterbtck, Sher Sher-man
man Sher-man (The Rug) Adams, in the
strident clamor of alumni outcry,
John Foster Dulles, .his back. U
kaa Kttan ffattinff mouse-
trapped in key moves, and grand.
s and quarterDacxs nave oeen giv giving
ing giving him the business, : :, i
t... V.v nunHita ar riivmM as
to the use he has been making of
Dick Nixon, his, swivei-nit, nreaK nreaK-away
away nreaK-away runner, Some hold the.cosl
him tha hall too often, oth
er j not enough And, of late the
system, it self has. been under lire.
Modern Republicanism, a new
.(rf.oi. rnnrant. worked well in
got, himself a new four-year con
tract. But now its merits are oe-ins-
miActiniiari and a laree. -in-
n. ilnmiil ornun ppk a re
tutu to BobTaft fundamentals, or
what 4s known as tne naro. voi voi-lar;game.v
lar;game.v voi-lar;game.v k,r ?viO;t
Implications ot eariy season
...Immhtai vrffra distlirbinS.
had been lost and this was like
Slippery Rock Teachers knocking
gsme was still months away, the
DOOKies aireaoy naa mc
10-poiBt favorite,, oyer the Ele Ele-phant.,
phant., Ele-phant., J.-A-i v v
There never was a head eoach
whft rnnMn't make out a plausible
esse for his team In a dolorous
ituation, and last night, at the
the Ator, the enviroment must
have been tempting.
Tim Om Now for Reality
i tk. KTHUa Hmim maaatro
., r-w -lie -r
mmimtA M tianrfinmelv and heroic-
allv. He had come io oay honor
to tne sport, to.xne nwuuw
of the yesterdys. Indeed,
knnwl Vilmaalf Th or WOUld be
other occs'ions wiin he could set
th s'nmnt straight.
' nm-ins tha aarlior nhaseS Of
the dinner the President w.i Im Immensely
mensely Immensely relaxed, andit would b
no exeeeration to gv W"ll
rem'nis-nces : were' warmly stir-
id bv tP". introduco" ruai-m
H11of Fsmers nrf the Induction
of the newl rnonize".
" A nrt tin nrnfoaalnnal racontehr
could have been wore i abundantly
than w TV's Ferh SMnefj whose
rusticaliv contrv-a rnosip rnosip-leries
leries rnosip-leries scored so heav'ly vHh the
guest of honor, cniiC'l member
o' the vlsinr ,wVnotAn nr
Ahaarvert: "I didn't think ihe Re-
TuihUcims were n alarmed over
the Indiana vote.'V"
It tkm ,itnArt.Am fnnthalt afi.
flonados who nwr,"W'' ti;h.
room to see Mr. Wwrnhower re-
e eive a snec'n "0" ""n
thai NtoiM,Ff")thll Fnundat'on,
nta1 hina tft nHfh Wftn .) A'
p'nying days thejr were disappoint
Slut Mr Arthur 'M
He devotd hi tplk to physical
fitness. favorite theme
lonf the way nald earnest tribute
to the value of conw've nrtg
in. a comoeMtive world,' stating
that ft was more Imwrativ


than ever tht we he orerd
w'th th ha.t team that cab be

."on re re-'tbe
'tbe re-'tbe swim
iu specualtion surrounding the
meet enguus rereus. can no oet-
,er his lime of lkst year? His
coach, Oscar' Murreli; says he
thinks Fergus can. Numerous oth others
ers others also be ieve he will. However,
a few experts doubt it because of
the "natural let-down", when an
athlete is not" pressed. It is the o o-p
p o-p nion Of this wri er hat Fergus,
who is one of the truly great pros prospects
pects prospects of Panama for tne Cen -al
American Games, will better his
mark of last year.
This annual project is sponsored
by the Youth Education and Rec Recreation'
reation' Recreation' Committee, a branch of
the Rainbow City Civ.c Council
and the general public is invited.
Let's hope the weatherman does
not interfere.
The program fo'lows:
6. Presentation of Physical Di Directors
rectors Directors and Sw.'mmers.
2. Opening Remarks Horace
V. Parker Governor'! Representative-
Rainbow Ci y Civic Council
3. Events (Swim Meet):
(a) -r-20-yard Free Style Girls
10 yrs. and under.
(b) 25-yard Free Style Boys
10' yrs.1 and under.
(c) 25ya-d Free Style Boys
12 yrs. and tinder.
(d) 25-yard Free Style Girls
12 yrs. and under.
(e) 25-yard Free Style Boys
14 yrs. and under.
(f) u 50.yard Free Style-r-Gids
14 yrs. and under.
(g 50-yard Free Style Boys
18 yrs. and under.
(h) 50-yard Free zstyle Gir.s
16-to-18 years.
(i) 25-yard Breast Stroke Stroke-Boys
Boys Stroke-Boys 10 yrs. -and under.
. (j) 50-yard Breast S roke
Boys 13 yrs. and under.
(k) 50-yard Breast S roke
Boys 14-to-18 years.
(1) 50-yard Back Stroke Boys
14 yrs. and under.
m) 50 yard Back Stroke Boys
16-to-lS years.
Governor Potter's Trophy
100-yard Free Style Boys 14 14-'
' 14-' 5. Presentation of Awards.
There was a rousing cheer when
the President, before beginning his
prepared speech, turned to Gen,
Douglas MacArthur( whoat to his
Iff AH that Ai4tmi"i9A kaa minUi M
dressed him as "my chiei."
few vardi in hit riwhl cat Ran
Omar Bradley,. a classmate and
backfield colleague, hence an ex excellent
cellent excellent authority on the President's
controversial skills as a verity per performer..
former.. performer.. But there was to be nd
word irom this witness either. The
clock had rcn out.
On the whole, Gen. Eisenhower
fltllrk. 1a a -Brimia nnta Tha nn.
' - u v. t (IV. Ull,
humorous story he told had to do
witn do MCMUien. It was remem remembered
bered remembered that McMillen bad Schievs I
his greatest urr aa a nah
at Indiana. It' vnnlrl ha aa tha
wasnington correspondent wonder
. no
ea, mat me noosier state really
is in doubt.

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laata Oar R.
mm B-II77 Crittohal S167.
aUwIn'i funthbad apartments
at Saitre Blara iaaehj Telephene
Smith, Gamboa 102
raam. t ratty aaa view.
Phone 2-
FOR RENT: Furnishta chalet,
twa edreem, livini-a'Saint ream,
parch, paraia. Campa Alafra,
Santuario National Straat Na. 4.
Tal. 1-2793.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Oficinaa Avanida
Balboa S.A., cornar 32nd Stract
and Ava. Balbea, about 29m2,
janitor aarvica, night watchman,
tardnar, aircondition', lifht and
watar includad. Talaphona: i i-0JI9,
0JI9, i-0JI9, buiinaia hourj.
Marcada Buildinf. Da luia com com-marcial
marcial com-marcial and offiea buildin. Am Am-la
la Am-la parklni apaca. Nifht watch watchman.
man. watchman. Modarata rant. Balboa
Avanua, naxt ta nuni aehaol.
Ricarda A. Mira S. A. Tat.
offices, stores, warehouses, im immediately
mediately immediately now Rail Road Station.
Q" Straat, Tel. J -6940.
General Agent
Gibraltar life Ins. Co,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0558
Government employes
: Senlce Fersonnel
fiaanee Tour New Or
: ITsea Car 1
new ears
Agency dehlinger
No. 48 Automobile Row
Phone S-4984 3-4985
An! Types f Auto Insurance
air fare, transfers,
and deluxe hotel
Imys every Tues. and FrL
TeL Panama 2-1661
the, first and only
no more burned out tubes
. guaranteed for life
work on flashlirht batteries
anfle of 7o
only $27.50
International Jewelry
- 1S5 Central Ave.
The New
With built-in Universal
. Viewfinder System


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kerosene stoves and replacement pans.

For your country home and for camping, there is
nothing like ft good kerosene range.
Special prices for eur C. Z. friends.


FOR RENT: LuxMrioujIr fur furnished
nished furnished apartmantt, dacoratad by
wall known intarior dacerater.
Rental includai all atilitiat, maid
aarvica. talaphona and' 24-hour
watchman. Aik at "Arta y Daco Daco-racion"
racion" Daco-racion" Stora in Edificia Campa
Alegra on Via EipaKa aeraaa from
Hotel El Panama Hilton, tola tola-phone
phone tola-phone 3-7425.
FOR RENT: Furn tided and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartmantt. Talaphona
1386. Now Alhambra Apart Apartment!.
ment!. Apartment!. J 0th Street, Colon.
FOR RENT: Small 'apartment
with modern convenience! in re residential
sidential residential tection, 50th Street No.
41. Bella Vitta.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, tuitablo for twa couples.
It has kitchan and bathroom be between
tween between two large rooms with out outside
side outside doors; also ana balcony. Ap Apply
ply Apply janitor, Powell at TI-132,
4th of July Avanua or phona
Hopkins, Balboa 2966. Also
space on lower floor, suitable for
bachelor apartment.
FOR RENT: Campa A leg re: Ex Exceptional
ceptional Exceptional nice furnished I room
apartment, near El Pinami. hot
water. Call 3-1789.
One bedroom apartment, $50.
Furnished and utilities. Call 3 3-4249
4249 3-4249 after 5:00 p.m. Military
FOR RENT: Modern three
bedroom apartment, with living
room, dining room, two main
bathrooms, maid's room with
bath, garage and laundry apart apartment
ment apartment located on first floor, has
hot water, rent $115.00. Phono
Panama 2-0027 or 3-0763.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, one 1edreem. Privita,
entrance;' light and reck gat
104 Via Belitarie Porraa.
The annual tryout for eieht and
nin a Vat. nA Kmra mkA ioamU
to tike, but In little league base-
uu wiu do niu on aaiuraay
morning, Nov. 8 at 8:30 a.m. at
the Margarita Little League field
In case of run. th. trvout wi.'l
be held on Monday Nov. 10 at
4:30 p.m. and wiu continue every
afternoon thereafter until all bovs
have had a chance to jhow their
wares to fie managers and coacn coacn-es
es coacn-es of the six league teams.
registration forms must be fill
ed out and broueht to the tryout
By tne aspiring utile Leaguers.
inese resisirauon iorms are a-
vailable at Coco Solo, Gatun and
Margarita Elementary Scnools,
and at Cristobal Junior H 1 1 h
SchooL Player Aient Henrv McEl-
hone wui be on nana to receive
the completed forms.
To be eligible for Atlantic Little
League play, a boy must attend
one of the schools listed above
and must reside in an Atlantic
side civilian area. Boys wh re
side on military posts should ap
ply for tryout with the Atlantic
Armed Forces Little League.
Tryouts for 10, 11 and 12 year
old boys will take place next Sat
urday morning, Nov. 15 at 8:30
a.m. at the Margarita Little
League Field.
CAMDEN, N.J. (UPI) Jockey
Bob Corle suffered a slight frac
ture of his left lee Tuesday when
he was thrown from Shannondale
during the fourth race at Garden
Staie Park. Corle escaped injury
earlier when he was tossed from
Busher's Bean in the opening
We are not looking for the
gold mine, we will be sa
tisfied with your patron
age. We offer top quality
furniture at factory prices.
Call telephone 3-0998 for
We furnish free transpor
panama, s.a.
533 Betania
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inn vnmrn WITH (Ufa! Of Oti

vrrtvil. nx 11 1 tti .id ALiiinu-no. a
babiwn. 11 R" atal MORRISON
- c & bu A ft A llll-IU ficntral Amu
ATHiS Beside the BeUa Vista Theatre
FOR SALE: 1953 Buick Super
dynaflow, radio, 0774K, Wil Williamson
liamson Williamson place. 2-2984.
FOR SALE: Will exchange 54
Buick Century, hard top and
cash, for late model apart car.
Call Albrook 2207.
FOR SALE: Excellent Cadillac
hardtop coupa, priced $100 be below
low below Bluebook. Panama duty paid.
Phona 83-6230 evenings, 501-A
Curundu Hgts.
FOR SALE: 57 Ford Custom
300. lew price, like new. Tel. 2 2-1629.
1629. 2-1629. FOR SALE: 1957 Morris
"1,000" traveler in excellent
condition, vary ecenomicaL
Phone, Balboa 2871.
FOR SALE: 1958 For four
door sedan, with radio. Custom
Deluxe. Less han 6500 miles on
it. Will trade on small car. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent electric typewriter, 1.BM.
Call Tel. 2-3069, Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1953 Pontiae
Chieftian, WS tires, radio, good
condition. Price $585.00 cash
only. May be seen at Quarry
Heaghts, building $164. Ba
tween hours 0730 a.m. 4:00 p.
m. or call 82-5220 or 96-3-1895
after 4:00 p.m. Sp-4
Lee MacPhail
Named GM For
Macphaik Was named, .general
manager of the Baltimore Orioles
today. MacPhail, director of play
er personnel for the New Yprk
Yankees, replaced Bill Walsihg
ham, who resigned last week.
Walsineham s duties had been
ill defined. But James eelty
Jr., president of the Orioles, said
that general and field- manager
Paul Richards relinquished his du
ties as general manager to Mac
Phail voluntarily.
The selection of Lee MacPhail
was made by the board of direc
tors on the personal recommenda
tion of Paul Kicnaras, eelty

said TmiYM SSt1 tnm ,eoni mmt th,n
saia, ana xbuis eninnsiasm ,.xprrB tm,t,-- i.i..t.ii,. uii.

the move is demonstrated by the
fact he has voluntarily relinquish
ed the position of general mana
MacPhail. a 41-year-old veteran
of 16 years in professional base
ball, will discharge the duties cus
tomarily .handled by general man
agers. He will collaborate with
Richards on: I1 deals involving
yayer personnel on the orioles,
according to eeliy.
Kerkorjan To Rejoin
Coifs As Understudy
To QB George Shaw
BALTIMORE (UPI) Gary Ker Ker-korian,
korian, Ker-korian, former Stanford Universi University
ty University quarterback, will rejoin the
Baltimore Colts today as an un un-derstudy
derstudy un-derstudy to George Shaw.
Kerkorian, who last .appeared
with the Colts in 1956, was signed
'o a new contract Tuesday .when
it was learned Johnny Unitas, the
team's star passer, will miss
"three or four games' because of
a chest injury.
Shaw will start at quarterback
for the Colts in Sunday's,; game
against the Giants at New 'York
while Kerkorian will be' available
for possible spot duty.
MILAN, Italy (UPI) Italian
promo'ers nave mane a suosian suosian-tial
tial suosian-tial offer" to Carlos OrtiVof New
York for a bout with European
lichtweieht champion Duilio Loi
of Italy at Milan Nov. 29.'
CALL 2-2374
8 12 & 26 Weekdays
8 to 12 Saturdays:
All Work



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- 4th of Julv Ave. J St. LEWIS
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Home Articles
FOR1 SALE: Bamboo excellent
condition. Settee, twa chairs, cof coffee
fee coffee table. Alsa carved Chinaaa
chest of drawer, call Balbea
1091 after 4:30 p.nv-ar see at
5628-D. Hacker St. Diablo.
FOR SALE Vacuum cleaner,
best: "canvas, wida deer borne,
mountad coil spring; crochet
bedspread; Kelscp K 11-31
"i" Street, across from Tropical
Theater. ''?.
fOK SAL!: "Shelvedor"'refri "Shelvedor"'refri-garator
garator "Shelvedor"'refri-garator In good condition. Fair
price, 161 Via Balisario Porta.
FOR SALE: 1 all porcelain 9
cu. ft. refrigerator, now 60
cycle unit, $50.00 0434-B, An An-con.
con. An-con. Left Wing Strike
n Tokyo Hits
'olice Reforms
TOKYO (UPI)-Communist and
left-w'ng unions and student
groups yersterday staged strikes
slowdowns, rallies and other dem
onstrations across Japan to pro
test a controversial police reform
Dill. ;
The bill sponsored by the gov
ernment of Prime Minister No-
busuke Kishi would restore many
of tne police powers abolished durr
ing the U.S. occupation.
Only Scattered, violence was re
ported. A Tokyo policeman was
injured In a scuffle with demon demonstrators
strators demonstrators and three men injured in
incidents elsewhere.
In Tokyo, leftist student groups
oined wi:h Communists and un
ionists in an attempt to "march"
on parliament but were blocked
by a force of 3,000 riot police.
Happened to ...
Georgirllorrlsi one a iong
linerof great football centers at
Georgia Tech. was the star line
backer -on Tech's championship
teams of 1951 and 195Z. During
those campaigns, Georgia Tech
won 21, lost, none and tied one.
One touch-own aeainsL the Morris
led defense in regular season play
and twice Tech scored victories
in post-season bowl games.
Whatever happened to George
Morns? After a year m pro foot'
bail, he spent two years as an
Army lieutenant and now is con
nected with the industrial depart
ment oi tne ueorgia rower Co.
at .Atlanta.
These Prices
All Cars
All Cars Priced



No. 10-191
1957 BUICK SPECIAL, 4 Door,
Hard top Dyna Power Steeringfi Radio
WW Tires Only 10,000 miles $2,465.00
less 10 $246.50 $2.2 1 8.50 $739.50 Down
No. 10-205
1957 BUICK SUPERf. 4 Door,
Hard Top Dyna Power Steeringft Radio
Air Conditioned WW Tires $2,800.00 less
10 $280.00 $2.520.00 $840.00 Down.
- see Jack WEIR

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FOR SALI Three orrer." Ret Ret-tea
tea Ret-tea sot Induces Mi roe tables es es-fra
fra es-fra cavers and rut, $175. 1a 1a-ingroem
ingroem 1a-ingroem eat, maheaaay, $170.
Dumeitt 21 Inch TV ana table
$200. 1951 Poirtlac, 4 dear hy hy-draaaatia,
draaaatia, hy-draaaatia, excellent eonditten,
duty aid, $100. Tel. Balsas
FOR SALI: Like new PA Ten
Atr Conditioner. Used only 1
week. Call Michael McCaHerty
ST. U-06.
FOR SALE: Beautiful Italian
accordion; Scandalli, trade mark;
120 baaes; almost new. Tel.
6109, Curundu.
Baton Rouge Mayor
Winning Friends
In Buenos Aires
Jack Christian of Baton Rouge,
La., won some 5,000,000 more
fi-ionm nere vesieraav.
The mavor. one of 18 unitea
States delegates stopping here on
their way to tne inter, American
Mnnirinsi Cnnffress ODenmg in
Rin da Janeiro next wees, nau
mm, warm woras m. piaise
, t-m
Rusnnt Airca.
To theproua ciuzens oi ims
. ... ,L!.
largest city in Latin America
thftr. i little they like so much
nraise for Buenos Aires.
1UHJ -"
uavnr i .nnxuan suvweu. e-v
.i i -1 A
.i.n nthuaiaam over some oi
Buenos Aires main thoroughfares
He also sain oniwais m
was w j r x
.-v Anainprinu uviuk
tkiM ilrnaav oracuceu una .u vphirniar traffic from
tha tmrtnrram snvpuiua a"
Hurins huainess hours.
- L .1 mm a
The mayor aiso pui .d -.-
good words tor ms own w, .-P..
P.. .-P.. t... viuiti tttt wax de-
UT: city. home
K tf State
aM.ak aaAfinn ieir-DaBll. ans iciiUCtJ
nuitrn a. CHINA
PATMS fUPll inn uniciu
i.c.mWv nf tho Unitea canons
5 V.. L"- i ciutifiK. and Cultur-
fi 0 r Van iVa t i o n (UNESCO)
r..Jl;.. .rwhe1minelv re-
L-VTi t-i-t nn to admit
"."urrnin,"' The move was
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rejected by a vote ot i w '"
sponsored motion to admit Com-
iat-Huntfarv on a provisional
basis was pased 39 lb 20;;
Found Only
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Real Estate
FOR $ALI lata 100 and -1.000
meters. In the Nueve Hiaoa'renta
Urbanisation, across the Reman
Racetrack.. AH lets with street
fronts, sewaoa, water main and
eleefrieity. CaH W. McBarnatt.
Tal. 1-2567. v
FOR SALE:- Cement hawse, 5
rooms and bat, electric liots,
water, furnished, tile floors, in
Cermene, Balbea 2-1I75.V
Troop S to Launch
Tax-COIIeetinn Drivo
Boy Scout Troob 5. of the Cathe
dral of St. Luke, Ancon, will
launch its general Scout Christ
mas Good Turn Project Saturday
when members of the troop con-
auct a collection of toys which will
be distributed to orphanages In
Starting at 9 o'clock Saturday
moraine tne bcouts will canvass
the Balboa. Ancon and Diablo a
reas for all toys that they night be
able to repair and condition for
distribution to the needy Chris-
Residents who have one or a
number of toys they are willing to
contribute are urged to contact
iroop 5 scoutmaster Robert Stew Steward
ard Steward a telephone number 2-3625 in
Balboa or any member of the
troop who lives in their neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. LATIN AMIRICAN LIAGUI
28 H
24 Vs
i -v
Cerveza Balboa
National Radio
n maacuia
After a little absence due to the
PAAP bowling tournament that
was held at Albrook bowling al-
leys, we are back in the aroove
and here is how we stand as of
ftrt M
Gulfpride it still on their merry
way with every; team making
them the target. But even so, they
took ava points from Crawford
Agencies and it was dona with
the improved bowline series turn
ed in oy ueesier (soi and vigu
(427), For Crawford Agencies. Sni-
ros was a little off and he just
managed to get 432 sticks down,
Miranda helped with a 427.
Marlboro is holding second place
by virtue of a ft point, but they
lost .3 points to Wauonal Radio,
The best series for the Radio men
were rolled by Hervey with a 484
ana noage wilo. a..
Mercurio Jewelers are makine a
herculean effort to, get to the top,
Last weak fheV ius; missed see
ond mace ni point, xne spars;
ipiues for this team came in tne
shape of uernandei with ; a 4si
and Barnhart with a 429. Volks
waeen was the team that lost
ooints 10 Mercurio by doine that
they again returned tot he dread
ed basement, mis team was a m
tie off, the best they could do was
a 426 series rolled by Serna and
a 408 bowled by Stevens.
La Maicota, which operates veJ
ry much like a see-saw. was on
Us way ud. They took 4 points
from Cerveza Balboa. .The ''dead
eyes" for this team were La
Grange with a 460 series ana upio
with a 404. Even thoueh the battle
put forth by Cerveza Balboa was
very good tney stui touna tnem
selves at the other end of the see
saw. Burkalter as usual led the
team with a-455 series fbUowed
closely by Di Paulo .with a 444,
ORBACK' OF' WEEK i ; .;..'
nkw YORK lUPiv Halfback
Dive Coffin of the University of
Pennsylvania has been named Ivy
League "back of one week." The
ia.vear.Ald. lunior from Falrlleia,
Conn., scored one touchdown and
set up another- m penrr vie
ory over Marvfro iasi aiuray,
Milwaukee rvei .have signed
John McGrath of Brighton, Mass.,
hi a contract i with their Wells
ville, N.Y. f arm cub in the New
York- Pennsylvania League. The
18-year-old catcher will report to
Braves' minor 1 e a c u e training

Marfan Avanua, Balboa. Trans Transportation
portation Transportation provided, call, Balbea
1214, t t
VANTEDCoeks for Rastau.
rant. Write to Box 399 Panama,
stating axparianca and Initial aal aal-ry.
ry. aal-ry. v
1951, 54, or 55 Ford, Chevrolet
or Plymouth passenger car ar -station'
wagon. Good condition, w
Cash. Phona 6-114 Gamboa.
LOST: Boxer pup, 7 months
eld, 2B Oct. Female, color; fawn
with white markings.1 Call Navy
Pacific 2412, REWARD,
At noon Saturday, Nov. 8, the
195a annual Martin Tournament
sponsored by the Panama; Mar Mar-lln
lln Mar-lln at-will get under jway,;
me tournameni commiuee,
headed by Bill Adams and Dave
Bishop, are working hard to
make this the best ever fishing
contest in Panama waters, r
There are-15 orivately owned
boats entered with .the Army
sending three "J'.', cheats tor twH
separate four-day. trips.
The following aret-ie boats
and crews entered, as tecelVed
by the committee to date (ex (excepting
cepting (excepting service boats) :
La Ray
Boat: Capt. H." E. RoWsori,
John Dvorak, Charles ; Baer,
rranit Tesaanore. rred Engle.
La Relna
Capt. R P. Burchett Lena
Burchett, Wm. Bailey Jr., E.
smith, j, Harrington.
Tin Goose :
Capt. D. Spencer, John Wltch-
usson, Glenn Redmond, Rob Roy;,
pr, 30D steinbauftn
. Serf
Capt. Frank Vlolette. Georee
Nickle, Howard Clarke. Dr. Rob-

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Hoople Takes Time Out

And Word
. Built First Goalposta
EGAD! Traditional contest a-
bound as the football season en
ters Its final stages. It Is a time
when alumni return to alma
mater and renew old "friend "friendships.
ships. "friendships. In color-splashed stadia
great feats of derring-do will be
recorded as the athletes reach a
fever pitch.
Ah. lt would be a magnificent
picture except for my findings
after a week's drudgery oti the
IBM machines and with old-
fashioned' pencil and paper.
Hate-Kan, i am ;tauang aooui
tremendous upsets. I .assure my
alllloris of readers they are : in
the making at this very moment.
The. morale of coaches will be
shattered as the' unexpected hits
their teams this weelv :
Zounds! As my perfect hand!
capping shows, there will be sur
prises throughout the land.
None, of course, of the magnl'
tude of the one I caused by be
laboring Pudge Heffelflnger in a
private scrimmage at Yale one
fall. But still the surprises will
be blarlnnea. h ',:': t JixJM ;
Baylor will attack Texas with
relentless force and Imagination
reminiscent of my greatest days
and come away with a 27-13 vic
tory I Peome will refuse to be
lieve the final score of the Iowa
statenORianoma game; untu it
has Been re-checked u and even

in news- ana cmcnamuicui.

Wanted lady for keeping beaks,
part ..time jab .Must apeak
Spanish and English, Write R. L
: Hopkins, Box 1715, Balboa, CZ.

We repair in your heme -we
don't pretend ta guarantee
1 owr work. We guarenteo t
' Tal..2-1905
v 'Tivoll Avanua No. 18-20
v Prompt eanrice
Fair., prices ..
Beaton Technicians
30 years In electronics
TV. Panama 2-1142.
Protect your home and proper
ty against Inaect damage.
Prompt scientific treatment, an
emergency ar monthly budget
- basis. Talephone;Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 r Colon 1777.,
itr. tBiisif '.
Capt. '-John: McConaghy, Dr
Robert Holdren, Lt. Col. P. Da Da-viSj
viSj Da-viSj Thomas Styles, Matilda Mc-Conaghjs-'
' v v v lVb9 Cares
Capt. R. King, Robert Adams
Richard dliffssoii James Slover
David Blshorjwii, Carson.
;: 'feu ftrrinkee
'Capt; T AJS WyUe. McDougall
John McDougalL R. E. MacDon-
aid. "-'-.' .'(o

1 Flying Scott f
CaptSMtAihMns, Bin HoeBlewTrj

BlUri-WheeleKSBlll Hele. Bol I

wusis ijOO'KJZiza. (

Capt. B. Meissner, Kat Melsa Melsa-ner,
ner, Melsa-ner, Bill Martin, E. Snodgrase
W. Lavallee.
'....'' LlaoLlao
Capt. Dewey Mtthn, F. C. Rose
L. S. Hart, 'K-R. Coleman, p
Trim Jr.. .
,f. : La Plnta
Capt. M. TinklejvC. F. Nlckles
Roy Frost,f E. Trtixton, Capt. H
Grimes, capt." Jbhh Roby.
Caiman II
i Capt. Ti Schmidt, Paul Zim
mermann, i Billy Coffey, Bol
HarringtoniMac jWeyers, Lt. Col
W.Post, :.
- Nautilus '..
. Capt. M; Wright, Chubb!
Wright, R. Sullivan, H. Rodgers
W. Griffin'
Is Upsetting
then will only half believe low?
State has won by 15-6!
Columbia Is to reach grea
heights in subduing Dartmouth
i-o. on tnis latter score, I musi
admit it will not be as much ol
an upset as all Indications woult
have It appear. You see, I hav
taken time out from hnu
give advice tm the telephone
vo vae uoiumma oaching staff.
, I have not done thu fnr
body since I went to Worcestei
in 1941: to tutor the Holy Crosj
jruuiigsiers. wnq went on to a a-mass
mass a-mass an Implausible score lr
beating mighty Boston College
;ti ,;-
On 'with the rest pf my per perfect
fect perfect predictions: v
Army 13, Rice
Auburn 13, Mississippi State
Air Force 15, Denver I
Baylor 87, Texas 13
Columbia 7, Dartmouth
Iowa State IS, Oklahoma 6
Vanderbllt 13, Kentucky 7
Ohio State 13, Purdue S
California 7, UCLA 7
Wisconsin 27, Northwestern la
Tennessee 27, Chattanooga
Notre Dame 13, Pittsburgh
Texafl Christian 49, Marquette 20
So. MethodUt Id, Texas A. and
.:;;M.;'V:: ' '":
Georgia Teen 13, Clemson
Alabama 7, Tulane 0
So. California 27, Washington
Penn State IS, West Virginia 14,
Balboa H1h 7r Athletic Clnh 7
Cristobal High IS, Junior CoL f

Central 26-109

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Experts See Democrats Dema

Greater Voice In US Foreign

WASHINGTON, Nov. 6 (UPI) Political and diplomatic experts predicted today that Democrat! will-demand
and get a greater voice in formulation of foreign policy during the last two years 'of President Eisenhower's ad-1
This does not mean -there will be any change in bas ic foreign policy. The Democrats have been among the
most consistent supporters of some of the President's fun damental concepts which, in fact, he inherited from the

previous ueniuuraiiu aumimsii auuii. ,.
But it does mean sharpened criticism by Democratic foreign policy spokesmen of some of. the tactics of Sec
retary of State John Foster Dulles in specific situations.
The Democrats also were expected to insist that th y be fully consulted by the administration before it un undertakes
dertakes undertakes any new approaches to foreign affairs. They co mplain that the majority party in Congress has not been
consulted as it should have been.

Eisenhower himself said yes yesterday
terday yesterday that he does not expect
any trouble with the Democra Democratic
tic Democratic majority on basic principles.
This would appear to be a cor.
rect assessment since the reci reciprocal
procal reciprocal trade program, foreign
aid and the policy of blocking
Communist expansion are poli policies
cies policies which have bi-partisan sup support.
port. support. In fact, the elimination of
,everal conservative Republi Republican
can Republican senators relieved the Pres President
ident President of some of his most
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troublesome o p p o nents on
these policies.
In the contests for governor governorships
ships governorships the Democrats had elected
24 and led in one unsettled race

fbr an indicated total of 34,
counting nine holdovers. Repub
licans elected eight and had six
holdovers for a total of 14.
Democrats gave an extraor extraordinary
dinary extraordinary show of strength in gu gubernatorial
bernatorial gubernatorial races in the Mid Midwest
west Midwest where farm discontent
has weakened the GOP hold
on what was once the hard
Ncore of Republican strength.
In contrast Republican Nelson
A. Rockefeller unseated Gov. Av Av-erell
erell Av-erell Harriman in New York and
thereby made himself a poten potential
tial potential challenger to Vice-President
Richard M. Nixon for the I960
Presidential nomination.
Another to buck the trend
with conspicuous success was
Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona
who long ago stepped out in
front of fellow Republicans to
challenge the power of organiz organized
ed organized labor. Running uphill to re reelection
election reelection he assured htthself a
front seat among GOP conserv conservatives
atives conservatives whose ranks recently have
been thinned.
The defeat of Senate Repub Republican
lican Republican leader William F. Know-
land, running for governor of
California, and of Sen. John
W. Brlcker of Ohio, retired two
of the most prominent con conservative
servative conservative Republican spokes spokesmen.
men. spokesmen. There was no trend this year
in the election or defeat of con
servatives compared with so
called Eisenhower Republicans.
Among conservatives Goldwater
and sen. John J. Williams (R
Del.) were reelected while Know-
land, Brlcker, Sen. Frank A. Bar
rett (R-wyo.) and Gov. Harold
W. Handley, senatorial nominee
in Indiana, were defeated.
Administration tuppor ters
were defeated in Senate races in
New Jersey, Maine, Connecticut,
Minnesota, Michigan and Utah.
President Eisenhower seemed
mystified by the election re results.
sults. results. He told his news confer conference
ence conference yesterday that if the vot voters
ers voters wanted his administration
to follow a different coarse he
did not knqw what it was. He
thought they had voted for big
spenders in Congress and he
intended to resist any big
snendinr policy.
Republican congressmen were
still in command of their few
Southern outposts today, but one
of them had the scare of his ca career
reer career before late returns brought
his fourth term home.
Re-election was mostly a maN
ter of routine for more than 70
Democratic congressmen in Dix
ie, most of whom were unop
Five Democratic senators had
negligible opposition in their
bids for reelection, and Demo
crats handily won the four
Southern governorships open
this year.
Arkansas Gov. Orval Faubus
won a third term by a margin
of about seven to one.
Final results followed the
usual pattern in Dixie, except for
the touch-and-go race between
North Carolina's 10th District
Republican Charles Raper Jonas
and Democrat Dave Clark. Re
turns had Clark in the lead
much of Tuesday evening, and
only the predominantly Republi Republican
can Republican precincts in Mecklenburg
County (Charlotte) staved off
an upset.
Five other Republican incum incumbents
bents incumbents in Virginia, Tennessee and
Florida swept back into office
with accustomed ease.
i a to the hew plant pf the
were eiueriamea m tne Deer
and other brewerj officials.

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West Europe Views Election Results
As Blow To Eisenhowers Prestige
LONDON, Nov. S UPD Western European newspapers yes yesterday
terday yesterday viewed the sweeping Democratic victories in the U.S.
elections primarily a blow to the prestige of Presiderit Eisen Eisenhower.
hower. Eisenhower.
There was speculation In Norway that the defeat suffered
by the Republican Party might result in the replacement of
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles. But only a few com commentators
mentators commentators believed there would be any major change in U.S.:
foreign policy.

The Soviet press made no
comment on the elections, but
most Russians had been told
that a Democratic victory would
reflect the American people's
discontent with the Eisenhower
foreign policy, particularly in
the Far East crisis.
There was no official com
ment on the results of the sen senatorial,
atorial, senatorial, congressional and gu gubernatorial
bernatorial gubernatorial races.
But in private talks in Lon
don officials said they believed
there was little likelihood of
any foreign policy cnange ai
though the Democrats now
would be able to exercise1 more
restraint" on the administration
over the China Issue.
There was open, but ftuiet
satisfaction here Over the de defeat
feat defeat of Sen. William F. Know Know-land
land Know-land in his bid for the gover governorship
norship governorship of California. Know Know-land's
land's Know-land's leadership of th so so-called
called so-called "China Lobby" and
fierce partisanship for Gen Generalissimo
eralissimo Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek
often has caused alarm in of official
ficial official British circles.
Some circles saw the crush
ing defeat of Knowland and
other Republican candidates In
California as a' major setback
to the presidential hopes of
Vice President Richard M. Nix
The consensus was that do domestic
mestic domestic issues played the major
role in the Democratic victor?.
The recession and resulting
Memorial Services
For Mrs. Miller
In Ancon Monday
Memorial services will be held
at 4:30 P.m. Monday at the
Gorgas Hospital Chapel for Mrs.
Bessie Jones Miller, long-time
resident of the Isthmus who
died yesterday morning at the
home of her daughter, Mrs.
Katherlne Winquist of Panama
City. Mrs. Miller was 75 years
The memorial services will be
conducted by Dean Mainert J.
Peterson, of St. Luke's Cathe
dial. Members of Mrs. Miners
amily have csked that flowera
be omitted; friends wn wish
mav make donations to ine
Heart Fund.
Mrs. Miller came to the Isth
mus Noveinoer 28, iu, irom
Nashville, Tenn. She was the
widow of John B. Mine:, for
many years a general foreman
with the former Municipal En Engineering
gineering Engineering Division. He died In
Until 1945, Mrs. Miller resid
ed In Ancon. Since then, she
has made her home with Mrs
In addi tion to her daughter,
Mrs. Miller is survived by a sis
ter, Miss Virginia Jones, a re
tired Canal employe now living
in Nashville, and bv three other
sisters and a brother, all of
Led bv Grand Kniffht Frederick
Natibnal Brewery and were taken
lounge by tne brewery's president.
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unemployment was cited most
frequently as the cause for the
swing to the Democratic party.
In Paris, the newspaper Le
Monde said the Democratic vic
tories and the election of Re
puDucan neison Rockefeller as
governor of New York indicated
that the liberal elements in
both partle were coming to the
ii aescriDea the election re
suits as a defeat for the right-
wing and said Democrats should
take note of the Rockefeller vic
tory and follow the advice pf
tneir more liberal leaders.
The mass-circulation France
Soir said the Republicans might
nave lounrj in KOCKeieuer a suc successor
cessor successor to Elsenhower for the
lveu presidential race.
Voters Reject
Organized labor's all-out op opposition
position opposition paid off yesterday in
defeat of right-to-work propos proposals
als proposals In five of the six states
where it was on the ballot.
The propositions were rejected
in the main battlegrounds of
heavily-industrial California and
Ohio, and in Colorado,. Idaho
and Washington.
Agricultural Kansas was the
only state giving approval of a
proposition outlawing a union
shop and similar labor-management
contracts requiring a
worker to join a union In order
to hold his joW
Kansas increased to 19 the
number of states with, such laws.
But leading opponents prompt
ly served notice of a later effort
to win a reversal in Kansas.
California, Colorado, Ohio and
Washington voted down the
propositions by substantial mar margins.
gins. margins. But the vote was close In Ida Idaho,
ho, Idaho, Kansas approved lt by a 3-2
The issue dominated guberna gubernatorial
torial gubernatorial races In California and
Ohio, and was credited with be being
ing being a big. factor in heavy off off-year
year off-year voting.
The losing GOP gubernatorial
candidates In California and
Ohio pitched their campaigns on
support of the proposition while
the winning .Democrats opposed
Organized labor and Its allies
waged a vigorous campaign a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst it. They charged if was
union busting and would lead to
lower wages.
Business groups and other
proponents contended it was
needed to protect the rights of
individual workers against cor
rupt union bosses.
Mohl membei f the Knlgrht of
on a conducted tour by Mauro

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are elected by the cadets in the battalion.

Canal Zone
In Ceremony
Representatives from all Ca-
na Zone schools have been in invited
vited invited to participate in a pro
gram tomorrow morning ai ai ai-boa
boa ai-boa Heights when Lt. Gov. John
D. MCElheny will present Na
tional school Safety hqnor run
certificates to each school.
This is the third successive
year when all schools have been
named to the honor roll by the
National Safety Council, having
Mission Of Press
Terrific But Truth
Is Sacred Pope
-Pope John XXIII told the
world press today the iss ;Wn It
has to perform is "terrific."
But, he warned an audience of
500 members 6f the Rome for foreign
eign foreign press corps:
"Truth is sacred. It must nev never
er never be' betrayed.-
old Podb made
hi. -remark at what. In effect,
was one of the most extraordin extraordinary
ary extraordinary press conferences of all time.
T4- niinroii his coronation as the
262nd supreme spiritual leaKier
of the Roman Catholic Church
on Tuesday.
pope John opened his audi audience
ence audience with an open-hearted com compliment
pliment compliment to the press men gath gathered
ered gathered in the frescoed Clementine
T om verw nieased to meet
with you,?: he aid, In ntbut
strongly accented French, tne
mission the press has today is
terrific." .
The pone' used the French
word "f ormidable" which can be
translated in Engilsn oniy as wie
Marie Rommaer
Former Isthmian;
Dies In California
Word has been Teceived here f
the death in California of Miss
Rominger, a retired employe ; f
the Army Finance office at Coro-
Miss Rominger had many years
service in Army Finance before
her retirement 1956. She lived
for: a time at Santa Clara, R P.,
but later went to the States be because
cause because of ill health.
Her death occurred Oct. 27 at
Tujunga. Calif., and she was bur buried
ied buried at Glehdale on Oct. 31.
, Miss Rominger is survived by
her t's'er, Mrs, Ann? Talbert.
wife of Capt Joseph Talbert,-USN
Mrs Talbert also resided on the
Isthmus for a time.'
Columbus Of the Canal Zone Bald-
Patdo. 'Following the tour, they j

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Students To
first qualified during the 1955 1955-56
56 1955-56 school year. At that time
there were 2,488 schools
throughout the United States
participating in the program.
For the past school year 4,710
schools achieved the honor roll.
The ceremony will be heldvat
8:45 a.m. on the front steps of
the administration building at
Balboa Heights. Invited to at attend
tend attend and represent their schools
are the principals and chairmen
of the student safety .committee
or tn$ 20 canal, zone schools.
Also attending' the ceremony
will be Henry A, Donovan, Civil
Affairs director; S. E. Esser,' su superintendent
perintendent superintendent of schools: E. c.
Lockridge. safety representative
of the division of schools: and
representatives from the Canal's
safety branch.
The, ceremony, will be open to
British Court
Army Corporal
; British armyc our t mart i a 1
yesterday, sentenced Cpl. Brian
E. Ford to nine months dfitAntion
for urfiini! "security force n
avenge victims-; of the? EOKA
Greet; Cypriot .-underground vio violence'
lence' violence' '
Ford had steaded guilty : to dis distributing
tributing distributing leafleis caDflig on fellow fellow-troops
troops fellow-troops to get tough while on pa patrol
trol patrol duty last October, The .court
also ordered him ; stripped of his
rank. '.'
The;: trial coincided with a new
eruption of, anti British violence.
Ford himself .- was threatened.
Recently the EOKA warned that
it would !Vrn his home and beat
his wifeland 3-month o'd child.
- Meantime, a court ordered two
young Cypriot women remanded
in custody of charges of throwing
a bomb Tuesday night. One of the
women was 20-year-old Anna Me Me-l!ssa,
l!ssa, Me-l!ssa, daughter of a judge of the
Cyprus Supreme Court. ,

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Receive Safely Certificates

At Administration Bujldind

the public and parents' of th6se
students participating have been
invited to attend;
The National School safety
honor roll la based on definite
requirements as to safety educa education
tion education and program participation
by the students of individual
schools. :This honor roll differs
from other safety awards -made
by the. National Safety Council
in that lt requires a year-to-year
increase in safety activities, ra
ther than for safety perform
ance or records.
AirHne Pilols OK
lr529Hember Strike
On Pan American
The Air Line Pilots Assn. (AL-
PA yesterday approved a strike
vote- by its 1,529 members who
work for Pan American. World
Airways. ; ,
C, N.lBayen, president of the
AFL-CIO affiliate, said approval
of the vote was given because
negotiations in an effort -to an answer
swer answer questions regarding -operation"
of jets, have broken: down
after six months. w
Pan? American "has; endeavor
ed. to circumvent normal collec collective
tive collective bargaining, procedures,','
Sayen charged. The company
and the union: have been seek seeking
ing seeking an agreement coverlna: pay
rates, 'rules, 'working conditions
and proper crew -qualifications
for Jet airplanes. 1
Officials of the airline-, said
Sayen's announcements contain:
ed some statements which were
"untrue and lib e jous." Pan
American said it would. Issue a
statement later.
The action .authorizing a
strike vote was taken at the AL AL-PA's
PA's AL-PA's annual converitlon-here.


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'The accomplishment t the lrU
dividual canal zone school win;
nlng a place on the Safety ,Hon
or Roll for three successive yeafa
is indicative not only of safety
prbgram participation but an
increase each year in the variouj
phases outlined' fox schools by
the National Safety Council.
The first certificates for Canal
Zone schools were presented
three years ago at. r public cere
mony at. which Maurice Thatch Thatcher,
er, Thatcher, sole livln member ofrtha
Isthmiln ,-canai commission,
made the presentation. At"; that
time Thatcher -was visiting here
for the Goethals- memorial, dedication.

Weather Or t4oth

This -weather reoort for. tie 21
hoars ending 8 a. m. todiy Is
prepared br the Meteorological
and Hydrotraphic Branch-of the
Panami Canal Companvs
Balboa Crlstbbs
High 86 .11
Low 4.. 7S 7
High ...-. ; M
-Low c t 78-
(max. mph) W-18
RAIN lnches) .85
W-18 -.89
(inner harbors) '80
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