The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
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]
daily
normalized irregular

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

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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University of Florida
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This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02724

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Jtwo parade e n eich side of the Isthmus, and 'activities

rang. Day observances arranged jomuy oy me Amencan sion
(aa4theVeteraiw.otfrei)m''Wars.A; :.; .j.:.--
. Veteran n j ona of the featured prorrams of the Roose

velt Centennial from Nov. 9 to
Eoosevelt as a soldier, ?
. On the Pacific side a parade
Izations of the Canal Zone, a
, ROTC units, Panama National
be held In Balboa beglnninr at
Jheld ort : tha Atlantic sidej also
"I AttherTalclflc 'side iparaae-g,
Conclusion i,ln Balboa- staaium
XtiGeHQ .liRWgelyOaltheitopt!-1
' mandervln; chief o the Carib-
bean, Cbmmand, will address an
audience of military and civilian
personnel. The address will be
-adi wmratimattl';06
sjiii. 0 -if' ''AoSiili '-T.i:'
; Other dijWier whd are ex expected
pected expected to- bel presenttaro' Presi President
dent President Ernesto de la jOuaroa Jr.
Alfred J. Gauvih; American Le Legion
gion Legion v department v commander
and many other prominent offi officials
cials officials from the Republic of Pan Panama
ama Panama and the panal.Zone,
' The Paclfifi side parade will
march from the Goethals Mon-
; ument, ':. Balboa High School,
down Barneby Street to Balboa
' Road, ? continue ;rto Roosevelt
Avenue where it take a .right
t'to-w parpnf lot outsiae s tne
. The unlta will then begin to
entet the stadium through the
north, gate tend follow the cinder
track past the reviewing stana
to assigned positions on the ball
j 'field, ; v
: On the Atlantic side of the
Isthmus a considerable throng
'' of citirens is expected t watch
Taesday'a "Veterans Day pa-
rade proceed from Bolivar and
. llth Street r,to Mount Hope
;i".8tadlum. ' i ',! '.-'H
; f Judge Loren B. Hillslnger, TJ.S,
'1urlM in the Atlantic Area will
be1 the -principal speaker,- He will
make ma aaaress at approxi
mately 11:10 Jn." '- t
Grand Marshal fot "the pa
yade will be Navy Lt. Lawrence
jt. Clark of the Harbor pefense

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15. The day will honor, Theodore
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with civic and veterans orcan
Caribbean Command- contingent,
Guard and Bomberos units will
19 a.m. A similar narade will be
befinning at. 10 o'clock.- a :
PC Commissaries,
Gas Stations ; J
;,'Operatins!) hours tat Canal -retail
stores and gasoline service sta
tions have been "revised due to the
observance of (Veterans' Day .'; in
the Canal Zone, Nov. 11,1 Y
The Balboa' and ; Rainbow City
retai stores will be open Monday,
Novv 10?: and closed a Thursday,
JYMYY YYtr"Y:: V 1-
At Gamboa the store and Serv Service
ice Service Station will be open Monday
and closed Wednesday, and,.' at
Diablo Heights the retail store will
be closed Monday and Tuesday but
will stay open the. balance of the
week. v.,":-'.".',:'- .'.,.
; No changes; are beinj made In
the operating hoars of the Coco
Solo,' Cristobal, ; Margarita, Gatun
and Paraiso stores and stations.
All gasoline stations win follow
the, usual holiday : schedule, : clos closing
ing closing at noon on Tuesday, Nov. 11.
Rescheduled
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The Veterans'" fiay holiday la the
Canal Zone, Nov.; 11 has made
necessary certain changes la the
Panama Canal Company pay day
schedule, ., according to an an announcement
nouncement announcement i by the Treasurer. 1
t During the pay week of Nov.,1,
checks normally released on Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday will, be issued on Wednesday,
Nov. 12. Checks for Monday and
Wednesday ,jay days will be is is-sued
sued is-sued on the regular schedule. A:

i I lin.r' rarnnia tha Iai1 tOurilt IMIOn ffatk Off tO On of I -V ."mm J,M I ''' :

vth aar Heat atartaj and ; posiibiy h Waiaat aeaaona

yeara. ; A I
7 y According: toidday'a lasua of Jha Manama Canal R
:ltvrV:tha Navigation Division hadtraquesta for 34 trips of
hf? ferrybbai tour parties
through tha Cut .. ; v a
i In. addition to tha aarly starts of tha; tourist season,
rjnuiual'fa&ifif 'thiiiylf'i .pN' schedule is

!tha facl fowl tha November
tour ships which, normally,

.miinH-tha-world achedules until much later in tha

aaaaon.-

:X Tki 34 rairvationa 'reDressn 1 crulsa ships; tna

rnucH Maaverarf ha than ina
"call Jheri Jjafdra th (pnd;Marchj :; 1 I

' Most freouent ,ot this -year'ivi;
sitors wiui five calls scaeduled-i
will be the Arose Sun, due a uec.
24r JanJ 10;sJn; 2,; Ft: 9, and
March 1.' The Nieuw Amsterdam
mill make four cilUtMov S. Dec.
29; Feb. 41, ad March M. The
ingeline: and the bigiJEmpress lit
Eneland will make three calls
each, and the Cripsholm Homer Homer-kfi
kfi Homer-kfi Mauretnitf and Oceaa. Mon Monarch
arch Monarch :arej. seJiiduleilFaj;-
apiece, l:;':"'?,f''?-!''. v. ?vir' 'JH'
Cruise parries n the January
tripa'o:'uiattpsMmv;-Jani(','j.'14,'
and the Empress, of; England, Jan.
r am in ha. to laree that the tert
rv will maka two teiDs throuh the
Cutrforeaah ship ion i tha Jnora?
..additioaf ita her call at Cristo Cristobal;
bal; Cristobal; $vfi?sMsi. 4heJ Kvmgsholniii
scheduled ; tei'traasH.y tt Ganal
Jan, 15 for a cruise yrhjtcb will
Uke her to, the South Sea andPa andPa-cifio
cifio andPa-cifio sorts. She will itetura to Sit?
boa April 13 for northbound tran transit;
sit; transit; Ob the outward voyagehe
Kungshplm berth ia Balboa
and on the homewajjd bound S trip
she witt dock ia Cristobalj ; each
itdp wul.be for several nouri w
The list, of, cruise ; ships which
will dock in Cristohal and use the
ferry boat President Perm for a
partial transit of the Canal, for
a partial transit of the Canal for
their passengers follows."'; ?
NOVEMBER: Caronia. Nov 7:
Nieuw Amsterdam, NoV. I; Stock
holm, Nov. 17; : and Knngsholm,
Nov 14. The Stockholm is carry carry-ingr
ingr carry-ingr a group of doctors and their
WLves: she is scheduled lot a call
at the San Bias r Islands before
reachina Cristobal. s ; i
DECEMBER; Arose Sun, Dec.
2!; Evaneeiine. also uec.
Griosholm. Dec' 29; Nieuw Ams
terdam also Dec 29; t OlympU,
Deft"3ftK.r-'..i;.
3n
' "cinai Zdria: police are iryirig
to locate the family of a wom
an who collapsed ana aiea near
Thatcher; Highway? on the West
Ranic todav. and who was ap-
narentlr aolna swimming at
Farfan Beach. ''Y?iff?Y'.i:
Late this mornlna she : col
l&nsed on the "roadside .ana
rhtn a man went US ta. fltr

she was atul .conscious, and aldjto investigate- what he descrlb-

sha had a pam.in, ner awmacn
and had been ; going wmr'

sntnaa no wvnuig buii, ,wuwi,.nt.

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She was taken ; back across
the ferry where a doctorswas
waiting,, but was ( pronounced
dead on arrival at Gofgae hos hospital.
pital. hospital. ';,','. YfYY-; ,,P:,v. .A..."
Police say she was approxim approximately
ately approximately between 40 and 45, 5 ft.
4 ins. tan ana weignea. douk
ifo lbs. She was wearhig a
multicolored blouse and a skirt.
She Was fairly dark in. color
ing. ;', -.-..-Ik y; :, ", V
round, Hcliccpte
For 5 Hissing On S
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flK-fv Although tha air search 'for the Cessna plana missing,
jwith' five aboard on tha Sait Bias, route since, a week, ago
today, has been abandoned, the ground and helicopter search
peratioa carried on with renewed Intensity. ... ,4
-. There are atill hopes that, like tha, U.S. Army flyers whoa
plana crashed during the search, theyeamo down Safely and
are still alive somewhere in the jungle, althoughr tome experts
. wonder why tha pilot Luis (Place) Morale did not set fire
, ta hl,plana-t' guide rescue planes, -iftllX.

- tratlng their seavrcb. around

tmwvutve9i:iY'

viaitorara fou of tha largest

do nog starf thair Caribbean
.3 :
' JANUARY: Arosi Sun. Jan. lOt
Homeric. Jan. 13: Grtpsholm. Jan,
14; Oslofjord, Jan. 21; Empress of
England, Jan. 22; Arose Sun, Jan,
24: Mauretania. Jan. 27: Maas
dam, Jan. 30, and the Ocean Mpft
arch, Jan31. -'
FEBRUARY: Evaneefiae. Feb
i; Arose Sun, Fek ; .Empress of
Eneland. Feb. 10: Nieuw Amster.
dam. Feb. lit Mauretania, Feb.
.18; Homeric, Feb. 19; Oceaa Mon
arch, Feb, 21," ana seriuv ren. Z3.
MATtCH; 'Arose. Sun, March l,
Evaneeline. also March 1: Stella
Polaris. March 3: Empress of
Scotland, ? also March I; Nietfad
'A1aaWdraTj5:tBafll
press En giaaa.r. jaarcs ,ii f'i t
.-In rfditioB to -these shini; the
Hanseatir, Hhe former Empresi tif
Scotland, due in-Crtftobai v the
morning of Feb,' 2,.: on avWeaf In Indies
dies Indies cruise"; Sh'sailr from Cris-
MafrUU--llb:a'BJif'V-''.
Join Penma Qnal
YK doctor and thre staff nurses
are among 'the employes r joining
the Canal organization during the
period from Oct IS through, Oct.
31, according to. the Personnel
Bureau.''
Dr. Patrick tiPierce, Fayette-
ville, Ark., who Is .the only ; em employe
ploye employe recruited la the United
States, has been assigned as in
tern at Gorgas Hospital, ; Of the
three nurses joihing the staff of
Gorgas, one, Carol G. Readinger,
of Summit, N.J. is a former Ca
nal employe. Tne other nurses
are Patsy R. Head, of Wetumpka,
Ala.i and Janice W MUliken, of
Woohsocket, R. I.
Other new employes are Marjo-
rie J. r oster, or AKron, u. recrea
tion assistant with the : Division
of Schools, who has! prior Canal
service; and Edward L. Mc Mc-Keown,
Keown, Mc-Keown, of Ancon, motion picture
mechanic with' the Supply Divi Division.
sion. Division. i v,;

Judge Tells CZ Cops to Check
DefendantV Very Tall Tale

a.
Judee John Demlhg ad
journed a case at Balboa Mag-
utr.t. rnnr fvlav for nnllp.e
e(i ai Tery tall tale", told to
him by a Panamanian defend-
The defendant. Augusto Hur-
tado, 22, appeared on a charge
of loitering i under quarters
0428-D at Ancon where he was
found prowling around shining
a flashlaht.-iw.-''.';.::KVl4
He told the Judge, however,
that ms intentions were or me
best.', He said he had gone to
Corozal to look for work on the
Army post. He. went Into the
pass office aT?d started to, fill
out an. application form i when
r Search Goes On
an Bias Flight
the Rift Cldra, Culebra and Ce

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otf DISPLAY this comihi week in the Canal Zone Library Library-museum's
museum's Library-museum's Theodore Roosevelt Centennial exhibit at the civil
'Affairs Building .will be this Roosevelt Medal with lour bars.
It was held by the late Robert Glaw, paymaster for The; Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal, for many years. The medal was brought to the
..Isthmus, by Capt. Arthur Luther,' himself a Roosevelt 'Medal
holdef and a close friend of Mr, Glaw. Luther, Jeft; issriown
iere when lie presented the medal to Henry L. Donovan, XJivll
. Affair rirait-tr Mr Alow vhA ram ttt th Canal Zone, in

:yifl04vata&ione at the comparatively lewrmples, whjeld ihij

tmedal,iep?esenting two-years

maxlmantf aumber-of bar,. Each bar reprflSWKaiUBual I

'two yeart of service, Luther, who made 'the presenaMon 4sr
lilN4it norida.' H 1 here for he Roosevelt Centennial

I

celebration

m

i Daughter Ethel Derby

Bringing Two
vOn.'f President 'Theodere
Roosevilt's thraa surviving chil children
dren children and two of his grindchll grindchll-dran
dran grindchll-dran will a here next weak for
tha Canal Zona observance of
Theodora Reosavalt Centennial
Weak.; .".
Arriving -early Monday morning
at Tocumen airport will be Mrs.
Richard-Derby, the former Ethel
Roosevelt, and her two daughter?,
Mrs. Robert T. Gannet and Mrs.
Adelbert Ames. Also in the party
will be Mr., Ames' husband, Doc
tor Adelbert Ames, xney wiu pe
guests at the Tivoli during tneir
stay here.
, Mr. Derny resioes in rrociors rrociors-ville,.Vt.,
ville,.Vt., rrociors-ville,.Vt., Mrs. Gannet in Bratile Bratile-boro.i
boro.i Bratile-boro.i Vt. .Dr. and Mrs. Ames, m
Concord, Mass.
The representatives of the Roose-
a man, eame up to mm wno
looked as If he worked there
and started asking him ques
tions..;, .. Yi
The man tnen onerea mm m
ioh a i watchman. Hurtaao
claimed ne anew notnmg a-ouui.
being a watchman and the man
aiil It was easv all he haa
tn- do was look around' and if
he,- saw anvthlne suspicious to
report lto the police.
v! The.' man took him to Ancon
and indicated a housing area
Where tie was to keep waven
and said that at 3 p.m. he would
meet him at the Legislative
Palace ir Panama and give him
50 cents and a flashlight so
that he could continue his vigil
during the night. !Yy-
The man turned up and gave
Hurtado Hhe money and the
flashlight and according to In
structlons, he was diligently
keeping Watch when the pollca
swooped on him. ;
The judge questioned Hurta
dd Who gave a description which
seemed fairly detailed of the
building he visited at Corozal.
l"It sounds a most unlikely
story ft commented the Judge
"but 'it i just possible there
may be Some truth In it Some Somebody
body Somebody could have been playing
a practical Joke."
, continued the case until
later today for the police a to
make Investigations. ,

of construe ehe;i

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Granddai
velt family will make their first
public appearance Monday ailer ailer-noon
noon ailer-noon during a tree-planting cere ceremony
mony ceremony in tne parkway a. the In Intersection
tersection Intersection ot baiboa and La Boca
Roads. This ceremony is schedul scheduled
ed scheduled for 4:30 p.m.
They will be honor guests at all
official events during Hoo&evelt
Centennial Week.
Mrsi Derby was the only daugh
ter of President Roosevelt s sec second
ond second marriage.
She was ana of tha band of
marry Roesevett young ar who
livened the somewhat sedate
White House during the sovan
years tha Roosevelt family
made It their homo.
She and her husband.' whom she
married in 1913, and Who is a well-
known surseon who served as a
major in the Army Medical Corps
in world war i, uvea lor many
years at Cyster Bay on Long Is
land.
During World War II, Mrs. Der Der-bv
bv Der-bv was Chairman of the Nassau
County Chapter of the American
Red Cross.
Daunted Daunt
Doesn't Dally
A frustrated yourie English
emmlgrant to New Zealand who
slowed awav on a ship bound
for the Old Country made a
swift "about" turn"-at Balboa
this week.
, Dissatisfied with the new life
he had found in New Keaiana,
19-year-old Kenneth Michael
Daunt
Who was living at .so
Whanl Street, Vogeltown, Wel Wellington,
lington, Wellington, stowed away on the
steamship Rangltata which ar arrived
rived arrived in Balboa on Tuesday.
Daunt, a panel beater by
trade, was taken ashore in tne
custody of. the immigration au authorities
thorities authorities and the following day
was transferred to the Rangi Rangi-tata's1
tata's1 Rangi-tata's1 sister ship the Ranglto Ranglto-to
to Ranglto-to bound lor Wellington.
Stolen PC Pickup
Found Iri Panama
An official Canal Zone pick pickup
up pickup truck which was Stolen from
a garage at Ancon on Oct. 28
has been found by the Panama'
National Guard undamaged and
with, nothing missing. 1
It was found locked at Pue
blo Jfuevo and. handed over to
Canal JHona Police.

lighter

Of His Visit Here

Staring Sunday, there will

ance on the Canal Zone of the hundredth anniversary of
the birth of President Theodore Roosevelt. The local cele celebration
bration celebration is part of the nationwide honors being paid in tha ;
United States to the 26th President. :
Roosevelt Centennial Week here coincides with the
dates in 1906 when he visited the Canal Zone and the
Republic of Panama. He was the first American President! .
to leave the continental United States. V
The Isthmian public will be welcome at many of the.-
vents scheduler! for next week. High-ranking government
officials of Panama, former, Presidents, members of the
Diplomatic' Corps and others are being invited to special
events. Holders of the Roosevelt Medal for Consrrurtfnn.

, Day service will be honored throughout. J J

uvn uuy ncar weea, a special program will highlight
some facet of Roosevelt's character or contributionOn
Saturday, Nov." 15, a bronze bust of heroic site willie un unveiled
veiled unveiled at Balboa Heights and a commemoratiye' stamp
issued. '..'" j-

The, week of Nov 9 through
Nov. li has been officially des
ignated by Gov. William E. Pot-
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waekf; ptogranv the. Governor
saia: j
"More than most Americans,
we Canal Zone people have
reason to pay tribute to Theo Theodore
dore Theodore Roosevelt, the twenty twenty-sixth
sixth twenty-sixth President of our nation.
The Panama Canal, which we
maintain, operate and defend,
was made possible largely be because
cause because of his undaunted; ef efforts."
forts." efforts." 7
The proclamation Issued by
President Eisenhower- -said in
nart: ' ;. ''
"Theodore Roosevelt loved
America with Impassioned devo
tion and served her greatly in
public office and as a private cl-
t zen. As President or tne unitea
States, his name is associated
with epochal readjustments in
the relations of government and
Industry, with the policy, cf con conservation
servation conservation which he established,
with the building of the Panama
Canal, and with the peace that
ended the Russo-Japanese War.
"His appeals to conscience
sank deep into the American
heart and mind and wrought
enduring changes.
"A man of rich gifts in many
fields, at home alike In the
world of books, the world of pol politics,
itics, politics, and In the wild waste
spaces where adventure called,
he was historian and ranchman,
huntsman and naturalist. Rough
Rider, preacher, family man, and
explorer.
"His contemporaries cherished
him as a two-fisted fighter who
loved life, loved people, feared
nobody, and was as much at
ease with kings as with cowboys,
a wielder alike of the winged
phrase and of the sledge ham hammer,
mer, hammer, a dangerous antagonist,
and an unforgetting, unforget unforgettable
table unforgettable friend.
. "Upon us who stand outside
the circle of time in which men
felt his personal spell, Theodore
Roosevelt exercises a different
and. nerhaps, a deeper power.
"We see, and claim for our
own, the word, the spirit, and
the example that survive for
us In this teacher of the prin principle
ciple principle underlying democratic
Institutions this summoner
to participation In the proce procedures
dures procedures of free government, ad adjuring
juring adjuring us, as he entreated the
men and women of his own
time, to accept the responsi responsibilities
bilities responsibilities of free citizenship.
"He was a man on fire for his
country; who kindled f Ires in our
hearts. He ws a nrophet, calling
uoon,us to fulfill our responsi responsibilities
bilities responsibilities -not' onlv for the sake, of
our own Nation and peonle but
for the sake of those through
out the world, who iook to us
for hone, inspiration,, and lead-erstim.'-
. Coincident wHh the honors tor
Roosevelt. "Waldo o. Bowman,
vice president of the American
Society of Civil Engineers, t is
coming to the Isthmus to pre present
sent present an ASCE plaque to the Pan-

be a full week of observ

ama Canal.
gnatins: the- wit-
terway as
e of the Seven civil
wonders effftjM
placed in t
kan Building LbtSt
unveil-
me ceremony
Roosevelt bust Is to be dedicated.
' JJowmn bas visited the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus on previous occasion? and
I has many friends In the engineering-
profession here. He la
,ewg Record, foremost publi publication
cation publication in Its field.
The selectiofi of the Seven ci-
t n.f..glnerinK wonders of the
united states was made by a
special panel, of the ASCE in
1955. Among the other better
known engineering marvels to
oe, placed on the list were the
Hoover cam, Emplre 8
7, i?n "?d the Colorado Elv Elver
er Elver Aqueduct.
Special exhibits commemor commemorating
ating commemorating Roosevelt will be on dis
play in the main library in the
lard Highway and in-all
Branches and circulating li libraries
braries libraries of the Canal Zoni'tf Zoni'tf-orary
orary Zoni'tf-orary this coming week f
ti,?r51v.,!2Je-most fWborate'.- of
"Affairs Bull ding, .ill
wancms.and circulating lifira-
?ffnfiIC5,ire!v,md other memo memorabilia
rabilia memorabilia together with a selection
iir?,J5s,,?n Roosevelfs career,
political life and adventures as
an explorer and big game hunt-
The main display will be locat-
f thJ ,flrst f,00r the CivU
Affairs Building and will occupy
the iobbjr8 largC llglJte, CaSM
. e flat lighted case will con contain
tain contain items connected with PresU
dent Roosevelt's visit to the Ca
nal Zone in November. 1906.
These will include photographs,
a copy of the farewell speech
which the Prepfdent made t9
members, of the Canal force at
pock 11 In Cristobal just before
he boardejl the tf S Louisiana to
leave tlrt canal Zone, and sey
eral of the Roosevelt Medals
which will be much In evidence
here next week on the chests Of
the oldtimers attending the
Centennial Week events.
On the reverse side of tha
same case will bfi a d'spla? tn tn-dicating
dicating tn-dicating the relUloq. side el
PresMent Roosevelt's. Vhhrae,
ter. This dlsplav w"l Include
Bibles showlnr the President'
fvorlte Biblical quotations. ?
, The large upright lighted dis dis-plv
plv dis-plv case near the front of tha
lobby will contain other Roost
velt Hems, including photo photographs
graphs photographs tken during th visit
here, and a lanue pre-ented by
Charles F. Williams, a Spanish
Wait Veteran! This 1 a memo memorial
rial memorial plaque for the USs Maine
and Is mMe from metal taken
from the sunken batt'eship; ;
The first of the prlneioaf bf
fiqlai funttona n-xt ",fv ",!
be a meetln of the foclety of
American Military Engineers at
Tivoli Guest House on .Monday
evening.

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IN SUPPORT OF STUDENTS

Sir:;
. u. .witv of Mail Box. contributors who have

wards their government are o, Wert Indian origin a 1

.Their -attitude expresses remntmmt rathe 'than J?-?
as sssi?aa is srsu;
rial vokels when many of our people first came to. the isthmus, arm
iSS em remathit way Thir attitude therefore is not sur-
PtiSiBut down through the years the prejudici oHhese n let Co Colombian
lombian Colombian provincials towards us Negroes h J''S:
Their intelligence has grown, just as ours has. And just as wei wi
ored people wish to be resnected as intelligent men, the other people

have the right to expect iiupwisr. . f thPV
To brand these students as Commumst-insmred or to say they
are trving to run the country,, shows a lack of common snse ine
studer (as distinct from the communists ool.ticians. hoodlums ,nd
government agents that seep into-thr students' ;rean.7atiom t,c for for-ment
ment for-ment trouble? are seeking a better Panama for themselves and their
Chl1 Nome who has lived here 10 years can claim the average Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian governirent is as clean as that hound's tooth, let al""e
efficient. There is a surplus of nnemnlovment, a stertage of nous nous-ing,
ing, nous-ing, educational facilities and entertainment.
Our fertile land is under-cultivated, growing too few of the pro products
ducts products we need. .... ,
The pull of certain sovernment officials, the rackets (guess who
runs the bolita?), inconsistert derision-" of te courts of iustice
hifh rents, peon salaries J couW extH the li-t forer. and defy
anyone to denr that such dark pjtche U our life in Panama
The students concede that the lack th necessarr exnerience
to govern Panama, and state that it is not their intention to do so.
They are just fed up with the w some of the items listed aboye
havebeen goih?. Tear after year. The.v aren't "rebels without cause
They have a difrified cause decency, iuste ar efficie"vev irr
government. Surelv these are the.leai rjriit of anv Panamfman.
I would sa some of the other individual' wnn are jain" he
Vstudents are either merchants who have "routed from th
of succeedln?' government', or nla'n pwardo who woi'Hn't.i' a fn fn-;
; fn-; ger to defend either their own '???l risht r tho?e f their cnildren
Anvone can see whv the foro-'ners,. North Americans m naHi naHi-cular
cular naHi-cular are against the student. TVe fbreiner have nrofited im immensely
mensely immensely from t.be iMlicitr of the nresent and previous Governments,
fand anv change mVnt cut them d"'" sWe'.
. Pnama riphHuH" Keloid -tn' 11 he Ps"manians. wither we
yln tn. student in thi pfforM to st tt-tfie. avera P?aman P?aman-itn
itn P?aman-itn gets an yen break in life, or we should Ve or t-Tw -hut.
Reconsideration.

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Comments

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PEN PAIS RANTED

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1 am interested 4n lerninliM?.
; Hence with someohe'.diMWi ihiri 11 4rn:tAmrlca fh-Wtf ?rati

old, and wutf like' to wriU W Mmeone- frltift iPaami. t ''read-

Imperially like to write, letters. Hoping t ''ef frorn iFmeone aooh.
v ., Flfeabeta Kre.hnlec.
" J72tt South Onto.
. I' Tinley Park,. Illinois;

Sir:

POTTEE'S SPEECH

. I would Uk to conmtulat Governor otfre on 'behalf nf all the
Americans in the Canal Zone Panama anV tn XJP'ted S'ale en the
; excelUnt, dotvn te earth, truthful talk that he '"jfavr.' th Panama
. Chamber of Cnmroeree.

T alo would like, to say that this letter Is not aimed a all of the

peome ot Panama, but it.5 aimed at soverl of sn-cii'' his
.men who attended, that mer-tint; TV truth mv irt; W it is timt

trat these cry babies were tnW the fact of life, Tti H v,yne

. or wem mow however, tnet th oovior was perfectly rieh but
. do you, think this liunch would admit it? .

r Potter's theme throughout h speech was- not onlv. pmt but jt

: is one mat can rte lound tn the Bible and that is: "G61 helps those
who help themselves." And T don't mean those who hem themselves
" at the exoense of Canal 7rne emnlove and Amecan taxpayers,
i He also didn't mearr that the wheel that soneakes the 1nudst t

j the most grease as these merchants in Panama are experts at

Isn't it amazing how such a fine man as the Governor could

suddenly become a stupid, ignorant, misinformed, capricious subal

tern 01 tne ataie uepanmeni, vio quote cenain ranama newspapers
and noliticos.y

Have ajiy of these politicos or publishers done as much for their

country recently as Potter has done for Panama? can they match:
1. Potter's generosity, in turning over $50,000 worth of garbage
collection equipment to Panama for a pittance?
2. Potter's generosity in turning over $20,000 worth of laundry
equipment to the hospitals of Panama, thus making it nossible for
them to handle their own laundry problems? This should help the
Nicolas Solano, Santo Tonus, Amador Guerrero end Children's Hos Hospitals:
pitals: Hospitals: Potter has to his credit a thousand o'her acts of near-charity of
t, direct benefit to Panama', and.narticularlv to the ordinary Panam Panamanian
anian Panamanian who gets such little practical considerate n from the politicos
(- of the oligarchy. ',
.1 would like to know what an" one of these politicos has latelv
$done for his eountrv and its neglected citizens which ean match
4 these actions of Potter.
ji. There was, of eourse. the charitable jmgffestion in the National
i,Assemt)lv that Panama come un with nme Communists as lever
-to extort, more gifts from the United States. Potter cannot match
;that one
' In my opinion the Governor ha leaned ovr backward to rein
Panama,. yet because he sueted Panama heln itself a ''Hie hit at
' the same time b was insulted T" certain persons who hate every everything
thing everything about the TTS except our handouts.
I sly f is time these peonle, who'eouate the requirements of
Panama with their ow. soualidly personal search for new millions.
were fold to' shift for thmrlvfs and to stop Maming the American
and the Govrnof of the Canal Zone for all woes theis own greed
: brings upon them
Viva Governor Potter.

By VICTOR RIISEL
Away from the palaces holding
Jie iii.es of the Granu Canai,

past the Rialto, tar out of earshoi
of frenzieu 14 piece orcnesiras
wooing ever changing tourists in
graauiose baa -Marco Sqmre, the

people ot Venice woik nard ior

uieur dauy Preaa. iney are piuer
sometimes, with the playboys of

the Western worlu woo uiinx taem
u singing gonaoiiers for Jiey
are a uevoui, politically sophisu sophisu-catea
catea sophisu-catea people wnose business only
liicidenuLy happens to be pack packaging
aging packaging romantic moonlight for vi

siiors.

Once while walking with some
workers across their island

streets, I angrily tried to rip down
an insulting Communist political
poster. They stopped me. It was
not necessary to act violently, in
this part of Italy. Here the Com.
munists and their" Socialist left
wing allies had no power. For this
the people thanked Jan influ influences'
ences' influences' high among these wero

their spiritual leaders, the' social
ly mlnued priests and, of course
Angelo Cardinal Roncalli.

That moment in irom oi tne a

merican consulate on "the other
side" of the Grand Canal pun
swiftly to mind during the week
of the coronation of Pope John

III. During nis reign as rain

arch of Venice and its bucolic en
virons, the region withstood the
propaganda assault of the power
ful Communist and Pietro Nenni
pro-Communist Socialist Parties
as did no other sector. This, in a
land where the Soviet parties wil wiled
ed wiled 11,000,000 votes last time. Only
in the small port city of Maghera,
near the Venetian canals, do the

Communists have any influence

at all.
To observers this is surprising,
for the region of Venice has its
share of poor farm folk, spinners,
truckers ceramic workers, glass

blowers, and thousands in service

catering to some mighty aemana-

inff aod affluent tourists. Yet the

CSIL (the AFL-CIO of Italy), iea

by our friends, is the dominant

labor union in tne area, u is nerce-

lv anti-Communist. In other re

gions CSIL has Been Deaien-pny-

sically, too by the power maemne

of the Sov et controlled CiiiL, tcora

rounist Federation of Labor).

His Holiness, as Cardinal, seld

om spoke out nublicly on labor or

its internal pontics, mere is no
record either of hi interfering in

the edmpl x feuds and forces or l-

talian labor.

The record does show a pastor

al letter in which he condemned

involvement of Catholics in any

Communist activities. But he left

no vacuum. His priests went a a-mong
mong a-mong the working people with
practical advice matching their
spiritu al t solace. Therefore it
cameras a 'surtrstitp some ob

servers, to see strange mterpre-

tations read into a message ms
Holiness as Cardinal of the Vene

tian See, dispatched to the most

recent congres of the FM tne
lef-Wing Italian Socialist Party.
The PSI had chosen the 'ovelv
sun-baked cit" much as AFL-CIO

unions pick Miami Beach for a

convention. There was no politic political
al political implication.
M the time they met, Italian
political circles had fdr months

bee discussing "apertura a si

nistra." This is the phrase mean meaning
ing meaning opening to the left. The open opening
ing opening meant making a place in the
government for Pietro Neinni, the
Socialist Party chief.
.About the same time I talked
with President Gronchi of Italy.
We sat in a tiny room of his pa palace,
lace, palace, as the ex-College professor,
now president, told me in effect,
that the dominant Christian Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic Party wanted a united
front with the Socialists. This
could be done, said the president
by opening the cabinet to the left.

Many have tried to make His

Holiness letter of greeting to Nen Nen-ni's
ni's Nen-ni's PSI congress endorsement of
such policy. It wa'n't. It was a
simple gesture of greeting.
The Christian Democrats, who
govern Venice through a majority
of the citv counc''. bad discussed
the "opening to the left." Some
Christian Democratic Politics
ooke for it. The then Cardinal
RoncallL expressed, himself quite
trongly against such a united
front with the left-wing Socialists.
He believed that these Socialists
were the political prisoners of the

Italian Soviet forces. To try and
break them away was to believe
in salvation. But to join them in
anv venture was to dance with the
devU.
There was no opening for the
le't In the Venetian area. There

will be none wherever His Holl-

-ie'' influence is felt across the
world.

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MAN AIOUT TOWN

Zsa Zsa Gabor, emoting in Rome
with Mario Lanza, has a new con

quest: Count Rafael Bettmi; 23.
Kim Novak's sotto-voto love As
Robert Wilson, bit'player. .Errol

Flynn's name gets in the eolyumns
with the Field But- hit Favorite is
Jean Wallach, tv writer. .Dolores
Hart, the darling of "The Pleasure
of His Compai.y" edits her own

romance-news: He is iucnaro oe

Nuit of Globe Photos, Los Ange Angeles.
les. Angeles. .They say Peggy Lee's es

tranged groom (Dewey Martin) is

consoled by actress Mary Murpny

, .The Keefe Brasselles are re

ported acting hasty. She was Ar Ar-line
line Ar-line DeMarco, of the singing De-

Marco Sisters. .Celeste Holm,

star of "Third Best Sport," has a

new beau. Follows the show from

town to town. Cleveland barrister
Franz Joseph. .Bright Lights

Love story: jNorma, uoggett, pret pretty
ty pretty dancer tnBells?Ajt Ringing,'
will marry the policeman who di-

ects traffic outside the Snubert

Theater.

Saul Birnbaum.. 1 .Sardi regulars night's "'Drink To MV Only" were

wonder what au itnat yeuing ana wetted, u you swiped tiiem, b

uuuciuig a bjjuuu. if uiu, uv&omb; amaii,, uuu i use. .ue Aouey-n-

at the Morosco Theater, where tbeiza Hotel' (Miami Beach) will start

Lunts star. . .Lauren tsafau lett Duiiaing; a; new 20 million dollar

Spain banker Antonio Munez

crocodile tears.

in

Roney in May. .Impossible ad

agency execs are now called "Big
Daddies."

H. Belafonte and hrs white wife

The Internationals: Eva Bar Bar-lok's
lok's Bar-lok's Prince Sniv is the same
n..nt tiihn AnnoAil in lata Ci.

mone SUv 3 times and was turn-1 haye had difficulty trying to find

ed down. SimOne got renown pos- -wna rem mem a
ino :th nrt hr in those Mitchunf I niiotown place. XMeanwhile, I he

snapshots. ,Thev sav the vouna ?tar 1 Payw the Waldorf Towers

F.ari Af snffniv h thrf insid track f600 month. .Actress Barbara

The Washington Wire: The Dept.
of Justice and the Post Office will
prosecute one of the bigots respon responsible
sible responsible for the worst inflammatory
hate sheet published in the mid midwest.
west. midwest. The indictment is expected

soon. .The Voice of America will

honor Russian-born Irving Berlin.

Besides' many U.S. stars saluting

him He will be introduced by tne

President. .Pravda is trying to

get permission from Uncle Sam
to allow their feature, newswrit-

,ers to fly over and get eyewitness

'accounts of "domestic unrest" in

various American burgs. .Kca

chiefs and fellow-travelers plan a

tremendous "secret" conference

in Washington Nov. 8th. To. "abol

ish" the Red Probe Committee

and smear the G-Men.

8ir,:

HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMAS

It Seems to me thit craduates of Rainbow Citv High School

retJast oreference where emnlovmeit Is concerned. When I
w attending that school the principal and teachers claimed
that when we graduated we wdulrl always get first preference,
find, that our high school trsduation diploma would be a rrauv
factor in getting ourselves lobs.
5, I find It strange, therefore, that weople who can present no
ueh dioloma are occupying so many Panama Canal jobs. In the
Jlght of this, what- does our diploma count for?
f Many of our graduates are floating round the streets un unemployed
employed unemployed because strangers have deprived them of a job. diploma
or not. Despite what our teachers told us. the main factor still
geems to be ot what you know but who you know.
'' Graduate

For the Best "n;
. in liiewg and entertainment
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OOMULKA IN MOSCOW
MOSCOW (UPI)-Polish Com
munl Piv Chairman Wladvc

law GomuDca conferred at the

Kremlin yesterday with Premier

Nikita S. Khrusnchev and other
'op Soviet officials, the officii!

Tass news agency reported, so

v'et o'ficials presen' 'ncluded

President Kimentl Vorlshilov.

First Deputy Premiers Frol Koz
lov and Anastas Mikoyan an4

Fresia-.um memoer Aucnau sui
lov.
AIRLINR IITS RKCORD
- PAJtIS (UPI1-A Pan Ameri

can. Wort Airways jet airliner

carrying 102 passengers flew non

stop from New York to Prs
yesterday in 7 hours 31 mlnuUs,
the airl'na announced. It was the
fastest time for the run since th
line began daily traniat'antic jet

passenger.' service ray i ago.

with Mrs. Gregg Juarez (BobO: Si

grist) in London. The Shah of
Iran won't hay to shop for a'wite
if hi 1S year 61d dghtr Princess
Shahnez gives" birth to a ; grand
son next month. It would ensure
the succession. .The Madeleine
Bittel. who married Columbia law

student Ron Richards last week, is

Switzerland's No. .1 Deb, tone 61,

the richest chicks in YurrOp.jPapa

is. Mr. Swiss Travel Bureau s

Police know the identity of the

male voice who phones actress

Charlotte Manson (convalescing

from seriout injuries) and. shouts

obscenity. He is a top teevee exec
heading for a straitiacket... Pian

ist Romei Blair's numerologist per
siiaded her to change her name
to Danna Vann 'Raa. ( End -of -don't

ask 'Us-why). JDon Everly, the

recording star, and Mrs. Everly
will be 3 in April. .Fashion plio plio-toeger
toeger plio-toeger Dwight L. Washburn resunt

ed his career. He tried to end

it all in May '57 when his wife left

him. .It's a boy for the Sy Pres

tens at Lying In Hospital., .John
Hersey expects his new novel will

take 3 years to jot down. .Anoth
er reason for Queen Frederick'

visit from Greece is to consult a

N.Y. otologist. (He means ear doc
tor.)

Jack Haley, jr. stationed in the

Army here, spends his weekend

passes with Kelly Keigh, rednair

ed eyeful in "Say, Darling".. .

Phyllis McGuire s groom-to-be, Si

mon Srybnik, is now part of the

Mutual Network brass. .Harry
Conn, backstage doorman of

"Make a Million," was Jack Ben

ny's top radio gagwnter. .Judy
Holliday resumed dinner dates

with Old Flame actor Paul Davis,.

Her one-time fella, Sidney Chaplin

is now Janet Forman's. A model

he recently met in Paris, now a

New Yorker. .Julie Newmar's

flowers at "Marriage Go Round"

Top cafe-society tee-hee: Horace

Scbmidlapp winding up as Nicky
Hilton's step fadda-in-law. Both, led
the coast-to-coast Wolf Pack only
a year ago. .Ramine, the Tahitian
Hula daheer (of "Cinerama South
Seas Adventure") who went back

to her thatched nut village to mar

ry "and have many big family,?

returns to Broadway this week

Justine Douglas, aircraft heiress,

and Lloyd Kolmer (6f the Kolmer

Marcus clan) a new date. .Comic
Don Adams (Chicago's Cloister)
and Dorothy Bracken middle-aisle

when his final decree arrives.' Just

gave her a diamond ring. .$810

came from Wall Street advisor worth of tickets for tomorrow

Large shipment of
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including
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Laurence (her parents re social)

quietly divorced John Murphy Oct.
20th. .Harold Rothschild of the

London banking tribe has his hands

full these nights with Sabrina, Eng
land's answer to Mrs. Hargitay. .
Radio- Is Dead, eh? Oct. 17th Bi.

sflop bheen spoke for 4 minutes

over mutua' jNetworK.f Got over

field Mines stock- has,beenslp-l
ing 50 years; 'Cmpfltitlvfiintlrestsl

are movmg to jn the: manage
ment to voteffKem' oud .They
say Brando has gone back; to dat dat-ing
ing dat-ing his favorite type: Waitresses.
Don't Invites: Jerry Lewis and

variety's Hollywood editor. .Writ

er Hod' sterling and any exec from
McCann-Erickson. v .Author Wm.
Ihge and the Haroer's. Bazaar eds

!. .Judith Anderson and Arthur
O'Connell of "Comes A Day."

The latter scowls are over billing'
1 Th nntrl. fk....

. jiivvic uicaici UW11CI8 UB111-
ed Deborah Kerr top star of the
year. We invite that committee to
name one hit Miss Kerr is in. Miss
Taylor is the biggest hit of the
year in "Cat". .Clara Lindy ins instructed
tructed instructed her chief aid Hy Heller
to alter the Lindv manus. Namme

the blintzes after the new Gov. of

. x. .anntzes a la Rockefeller
I. ;Aren't Washington's Mrs, Pa Patricia
tricia Patricia Chatham (widow of the
North Carolina luminarvt ami1 a

Major General planning marriage

as soon as ne gets ms freedom?
Att'n donors to the Run von Can

cer Fund: Dr. G. W. Beadle (Ca-!

uiornia institute of Technology),
one of the 3 American scientists
to receive the 1958 Nobel Prize
for Medicine, was aupported- by.
the Runyon Fund from 1951 to 1954.

i;ongratuiauons, Doer. .Jerri Pal Palmer,
mer, Palmer, attractive designer of bras,
married construction biggie tM.

zerman last week. .Nancy Oakes

reai nean is Horace Russell of bar
homer town, Nassau, They hide-a-woo
from the social crowd at The
Lobsterj .The Cary Grant-Betsy
Drake divorce won't be for a long
time. Long, driwn-but property
settlement, etc. ."My Fair- La Lady"
dy" Lady" producer H. Levin has started
ttving like a King. Just took a
hixunous 8-room apartment on
Central Park West (Installing gold
fixtures everywhere) plus a gold
bathtub. .Joan Crawford and hus husband
band husband A. Steele will be attendants
at Martha Raye'r wedding to Ro Robert
bert Robert Shea in N.J. .

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East German Reds
Make Promises

To Refugees

PSRLIN (UPp Communist
, """""y yesterday prom promised
ised promised East German refugees they
would not be punished for fleeing
to the West if they decided to
come back.
,Th.e,p2)m,M was mad. in the
official Commun st Party new&pa new&pa-per
per new&pa-per Neues Deutschland in an ap ap-e
e ap-e '0 East.Germms who have
red the Communist ions for the
West at the rate of ; about 20,000
av month. ,
:TUt- newspaper1 saidlUhe4if saidlUhe4if-ugees
ugees saidlUhe4if-ugees returned they would not be
punished under he ain't refugee
law which provided jail terms of
up to th?e year for fleeing or
Tnaking preparations .to flee.
i Previous Communist" anpeals
wer directed mainly te East Ger Ger-man
man Ger-man 'doctors.

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i' LONDON (UPI) A two-year-old
chimpanzee escaped from t
pet (hop and iwailowed 150 liver
Eilla, a light bulb, 200 yeast tab tab-its,
its, tab-its, a bottle of blood tonic and
half a bottle of ether before it was
recaptured Tte animal was re reported
ported reported out of danger yesterday.

6IT DAY OFF

v 'p r; f WASHINGTON,, Nov,,7 (UFI) Democrat polled roughly ;5S percent of the vote outside the South. In winning
: 'their landslide victory In Tuesday's elections, count showed tody.:;;;. -.f ;'fe-J I'Sffg1 -"
' That figuregave Republican pleaders .some tdeabfl the job' ahead In 1helr" effort to reverse the political trend
I Vjfcefori'the Preside f
piv The count was based w 27 non-Southern states electing sent-;
pors'thls year! for goyernoKJn elgh states for, state treVsurer in Illinois; and the combined We for House candk;
I date't jhrlCentucky. (Neither Illinois nor, Kentucky?elected; t senator- r governor vls-year,) i U:

The 11 Dixie states were ex-i In Ills first detailed comment enhower fat least halfway, and to-work laws outlawing union

eluded because they are so heav

lly Democratic that the remain

ing 37 states, provide the ; real
battleground- in; national s elec elections.
tions. elections. -; v:?-i ; : :

The rote tabulated In the 87
states showed? Democrats polled

64.6 percent of the total, inciu
sipn of the South would run up

the figure still higher.

. 1ft MS when the Democrats

won slender majorities In : the

House and Senate- despite Presi
Hpnt. iMsnnhower's landslide re

election,. Democratic senatorial
candidates nolled a : fraction

over si nercent of the tote -' in

the states, Including the South,
which held Senate elections

Democratic candidates for the

House nolled about the same

nereehtaee

S Outslde the South. Democratic

candidates for the House polled
oniy 47 percent of the vote in

1956.

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Plans for-a new 8cotrt-amp in
the Madden pant ares a replace

tne- camp at m voican,;wer an announced
nounced announced during1 the Canal" Zone
Boy Scout Council annual dinner
last Tuesday night. -,
Bob Johnson, chairman Of the
Council's Camp Facilities Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, is shown above explain explaining
ing explaining the reasons for the decision.
(On Johnson's right is Col. Phil Philip
ip Philip Cage on his left Is Carl Wid-'
ell), His committee spent eight
months : studying the camping
situation :: before making its rec recommendation.
ommendation. recommendation. Only 100 boys
were able to use the facilities at
El Volcan last year because of its
distance fromthe Zone; :"i i
Among the advantages of the j
Madden, site, according to the

Johnson report, are that it is
closer to sources of supply,
transportation and hospitals. Its
closeness to the Zone also will
lend itself to greater participa participation
tion participation of volunteers for construc construction,
tion, construction, .maintenance, operation
and program work.
It was emphasized that the
Volcan property will notbe dls-
Eosed of until a reasonable price
: obtained and that its actual
sale will not .be completed until
the proposed Madden camp site
proves Itself.

on the meaning of the election,

Senate Democratic leader Lyn-I

oon B, Jonnson belittled the
likelihood of political warfare

between Congress and the White

House';'.;,;,. .;
L'.-' In a speech prepared, for a
Big Spring, Teat, audience, he
-promised Democrats in Con Congress
gress Congress will meet President Els-

De Gaulle's Plans
For Consultations ;

Studied by NATO

PARIS' Nov. 7 (UPI)-Premier

Charles de Gaulle's plans for

consultations among the United

States, Britain and France are

being studied at NATO with oth

er tlans to streamline the North

Atlantic aiuance- u was autnon

tauveiy learned toaay.

Pe Gaulle's plans were cont

ed in a letter he sent to President

Eisenhower and British Prime

Minister Harold Macmillan last

month. j

It was learned theJ letter i eited I

the need existing, in De Gaulle's
opinion, for permanent consulta consultations
tions consultations among the three powers on

strategic and political problems ot

global importance, especially tnose
outside the NATO-defense area. S

De Gaulle s suggestion was in-1

terpreted as meaning that France

wanted a sort of "directorate" to

govern the whole' alliance. This

has been repeatedly denied, by

French sources.

Any such tripartite- consultations

would necessarily have a bearing

on the operation and policies oil
NATO and therefore, as French

officials claim, there is no ques

tion of depriving the NATO coun

cil of its present practice of per'

manent consultations, t

Beside the problem raised by I

Dr Gaulle. here-lso is a ceneral

problem ot the functioning of con consultations
sultations consultations within the' alliance. NA NATO?
TO? NATO? officials point out that 1 the

present state of mutual consuls-1
ion. has existed only about, three

perhaps even further if the

circumstances warrant."

Johnson also sketched a i2

point program featuring legisla legislation
tion legislation dealing with labor reforms,
farm problems, slum clearance,

space exploration, airport con

struction, conservation, aid for

depressed areas and other meas measures.
ures. measures. ... . t-'i ,-
The AFL-CIO, which gave
much help to many Democratic

wuiucrs m me oaiioung TuesT
day, unfolded Its first legislative

proposals after a meeting of its

councu yesterday, it asked foe
labor reform measure similar to
the Kennedy-ives bill which
died in the House last summer.
But It threatened to stir
even greater controversy by
calling for; repeal of the Taft Taft-Hartley
Hartley Taft-Hartley Lawv provisionwhich
permits states to enaet right.

shop, contracts. Such ; action

would nullify the it state laws
which have been adopted.
? AFL-CIO president George
Meany.-and other labor leaders
want to avoid the wrangling
over anti-racketeering legisla legislation
tion legislation which marred the last ses session
sion session of Congress. :
Meany was appointed' chair chairman
man chairman of a council committee
which will draw up guidelines
for ;;j possible use of legislators.
The Idea Is to give expert tech
nical advice to Congress on how

to deal with corruption without
hobbling unions by what they

deem, unrealistic laws.
Organized labor viewed the

election returns as a stinglnar re.

buke to "cynical politicians' who
tried to capitalize on a few cases

of union corruption, the AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO leaders said.

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for about $28,000. ;
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mignt move from : his Marlboro,

vt. nome.to uve in it. ,-

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er.

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cres lnnamtea ov z.ooo oersons.

mostly .''crofters" the Scots name

for small farmers. Few appeared
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iAPT. GEORGE H. HAMILTON, U.S. Navy, receives the Army
Commendation Ribbon for exceptionally meritorious service as
Assistant chief of f, J -5, communications, Headquarters
Caribbean Commanu, from Lt. Gen. Ridgely Gaither, com com-Jfnander
Jfnander com-Jfnander in chief, during a brief ceremony at the command
.headquarters at Quarry Heights. In presenting the award,
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Xf duty reflected great credit upon the Caribbean Command
J and the United States Navy. (U.S. Army Photo)

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Veslerman Makes
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To Sir Granlley
NEW YORK Technical as assistance
sistance assistance of both the United Na Nations
tions Nations and the United States such

as that provided for Panama
was recommended to Sir Grant-

ley Adams to help In the devel development
opment development program which the

Prime Minister plans for the

West Indies Federation.

The recommendation came
from Panamanian U.N.. Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador George w. Westerman who

was one of several persons who

recently met with SUGrantley

in New York and held a iour-

hour discussion on the future of

the former British colonies.
Westerman told the group of
New Yorkers that within recent
years the (government of Pana Panama
ma Panama has been concentrating on
much needed agricultural re reform
form reform and growth, following a
program which Includes mar-,
kets, transportation, develop develop-ment,
ment, develop-ment, irrigation, credit and new
farming techniques.
Panamanian agriculture, wes westerman
terman westerman safaris a mixture of a
few well organized; highly com commercial
mercial commercial operations side by side
with a large number" of simple,
subsistence operations not great,
ly removed from pro-Colombian
times.
However, he emphasized, it is
interesting to note that fhe.se
bperations are the result of prl prl-vate'T
vate'T prl-vate'T initiative adppting mbdern
techniques ,of, agriculture, from
other parts of the world. A sub substantial
stantial substantial amount of" assistance
has' been given this private ini initiative
tiative initiative by Panama's Ministry of
Agriculture and. in recent years,
bv the programs of technical as assistance
sistance assistance both of the United Na Nations
tions Nations and of the United States.
Adams said he was aware that
effective agricultural develop development
ment development was to be found In the
blending of private initiative
and technics' a g r i culturists
working together to improve

methods and quality as well as

quantity of production. He add added
ed added that he was glad to learn of

tne steps taken in Panama in
this direction, and in organizing
his future plans for the federal
government, he would bear In
mind Westerman's recommenda recommendation.
tion. recommendation. Before leaving New York the
Prime Minister visited the Unit United
ed United Nations where he held con consultations
sultations consultations with technical aid, of officials.
ficials. officials. He expects to be' in

Washington shortly for a similar

round of conferences.

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The "Massing of the .Colors," a

yearly event at the Cathedral of

St. Luke, Ancon, will be held Sun

dav moraine at 11 o Clock.

Cdlor suards from all of thfe

branches of tne Armed f qrces,

service organizations ana Eoy

Scouts of America will 'present

their colors in procession and at

the altar for blessing during the

service.

Participating in this service will

be Lt. Gen. Kidgley Gaither, com

mander in-chief of the Caribbean

Command, who will give a mem

orial to the members of the U.2

armed forces who have given

their lives in nhe service of their

country. Rear Adm. George H.

Wales and Brie. Gen. George

Schlatter, who will read the Bi Bible
ble Bible Lessons, and Chaplin (Col.)
Silas E. Decker, who will preach

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the lemon!1 Officiating 1st the
service will be the Dean of the

Cathedral, the Very Rev. Mainert
J. Peterson.. a ssistMl hv 4h Rev

John H. -Tewnsend, executive sec'

iciaiy ik im episcopal owes 01

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gested suggested by the Roosevelet Cen Centennial
tennial Centennial enmmissinn for Suniau

The JVfarpariti TTninn rhnrnh

both its Margarita and Cnca Snlii

services will, pay special tribute

10 ineoaore Kooseveit.

The castor of the rhnrrh t h

Rev. Theodore E. Franklin has

entitled his. sermon . "Final Citi

zenship." He will emphasize the

relationship between citizenship in
Christ's kinsdowra and in one's

nation. He will stresss. that good

ciuzensnip oegins in the home.
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will be shown torth Vonth fi.

lowship at their meeting in the
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devotional. The youth meeting is
scheduled, for 6:15 p.m. f
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monthly session. Carl Maedl, coun council
cil council chairman, will .moderate the
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The usual Sundav Krhnnl oMivi.

lies will be held at 9:30 a;m.- Sun Sunday
day Sunday at the Calvary Baptist
Church in the. San Mipuel hn.

rough.

The Mornintf Worshin sprvire

will beein at 11 a.m. Thoi Pai;

Louis A. Sealey, pastor of the

cnurch, will speak on the topic:

ine servant ot All. .-..
Members of the Youth Pluh in

scheduled to meet at 5 p.m. and
the Training Union officers and
leaders are scheduled to meet at
5:30 for their planning session,

aner wmcn, tney will meet in
their groups at 6 p.m. for the
Training Union session.

The night service will loegin at
7:30 D.m. The Rev Tuio Scalar

will SDeak on the suhiert- "Sniinrl

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Firm's Wage Offer

WASHINGTON (UPI) -Capital
Air Lines mechanics have voted
to reject the latest wage offer and
continue their 22-day; old strike, a
union spokesman said 'today,. 1
" Te vote against accepting the
company offer 6f a SO-eeht an
hour wage increase was 1,214 to
78, accor'ding to Robert T. Quick;
president of Lodge 144 of the ma machinist'
chinist' machinist' union.
Quir. said the vote was taken

at the four airports where the ma

chinists haVe ire latgest member

shirt Chicago, Detroit, Pittsburgn

ana Washington.
Aboui 2,500 mechanics are on
strike against the nation's fifth

largest airline. They are asking

a "-cent-an-nour increase over a
two-year period along with other
contract revisions.

The strike has forced Capital to

suspend operations.
The union spokesman said about
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tered scattered airports did not take part
in the balloting. But the 94 per

cent "no" outcome would not have

been affected by their balloting,
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"It will take a more generous
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cided decided at a meeting of their exec executive
utive executive board later today. The pres present
ent present average wage for a journey

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nour.

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Israeli Sources

Term Cairo-Moscow
Attack Significant
-JERUSALEM Israel. Nov. 7-

(UPD Israeli sources said today

the Cairo-Moscow campaign ac accusing
cusing accusing Israel of planning to at

tack Jordan may be part of a
plan to announce a new arms

deal between Russia and the U-

nited Arab Republic.

The recent Soviet-Arab charges

have increased tension in the
Middle East and yesterday Israe Israeli
li Israeli tanks and .artillery dueled with

Syrian artillery for more than

four hours.

No casualties were reported in

the reclamation area in northern
Israel where Syrian resentment at

the Israeli project has touched

off a series of similar clashes in

the past. Each side blamed the

other for the shooting.
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jGroup, 20th Infantry, finished second in a class of 121 volunteers and members of : g Com- ;
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Rhee' On. Visit

To Viet Nam

SAIGON, Viet Nam (UPI) -President
Syngman Rhee of the

Republic of Korea arrived yes

terday on a two-day state visit to

Viet 'Nam. and called for (Strong
and determined action by freedom
loving Asian nations against the
"cruel and brutal aggression of
communism." r.

Rhee came here .from Seoul

aboard a special U.S. military

plane.
In a statement at the airport,
he noted the parallel between Ko

rea and Viet Nam.

"We know the worst of commu

nism and its evil intentions and

we therefore have a sacred obli

gation to our own peoples and; the
rest of the free world."

FREAK ACCIDENT FATAL V
TELVE. Italy (UPI) Police

said yesterday that Ulderico Del Del-la
la Del-la gnolo was strangled by the rope
of the Telve village church bell
in a freak accident. They said

Pellagnolo, 55, was tolling the

bell when he suffered a neart at attack
tack attack and the rope looped around
his neck.

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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Exclu Exclusively
sively Exclusively Yours: All 48 Miss Ameri

ca contestant playing those dolls
who go on a ''no romance" sit sit-down
down sit-down strike in the film version oi
the "ysistratra" classic is the

latest (and good) gimmick in

Hollywood's return to hard sell

showmanship. The first perform
ance was is 411 B.C.

The film will be produced bv

Artuur Lyons ana lcuii 4iay

wara, who nave started nego negotiations
tiations negotiations with Che Miss America
contest board to hire the 48 cut-

MS. 1

HOW ARE Audrey Hepburn

ana uei rerrer ce tune alone as

me star-airector team of "Green

Mansions 7

sfniNG-.

'No fights," Audrey smiled it

to me. adding: "And I look you

in the tfye when I say it There

is oniy one way ot doing a thing
right and I always let my direc

tors even li my husband is the

director have the last word. If

something doesn't work in

scene, Mel and. I both know it

we've been so do to this story

xor so long."

BOl HOPE is on ffie verse of

signing tor a movie, "Bachelor's

Baby at 20th Century Fox. It's

a comedy dick Powell will direct

about a big business tycoon with

an mdidspensable secretary, when

she hss a baby, the executive

turns her office into a nursery,

Which reminds me that when

talk about Hollywood's richest ac

tors came up for discussion a

am, Robert JU weicn. new pro-

ucer of tnt "Thin Han" teie

films, auipoed:

Bob Hope is tne oniy act or i

know so rich he has money

frozen HERE."

Rossano Bratzi's emoting to

"The Blessing" at mum has re

minded him more than once of

his Holly woo movie debut at

MGM 10 yeatrs ago-as the profes

sor in "uttie women."

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He wore a leard ; and thick

glasses, and the first time his

wife Lvdia saw a revival of the

old film she told him: "Rossano,

if you were like this I never

would have married you."

Plot of Jerry Lewis' next film,

Don t Give VP the snip "; He's

a navy supply officer who has a

destroyer checked out against
him at war's end and he can't

find it.
THEY'RE SWEARINO It's true

about a movie studio boss and

his No. 1 assistant, a fellow short
on talent but long on job insur insurance
ance insurance savvy. They were .playing
gin rummy in a Las Vegas hotel
room when the studio boss yawn yawned
ed yawned and announced he was going
to bed.
"But It's so early in the eve evening,"
ning," evening," said the assistant, "and
you've got me down $500."
"So go on playing," laughed
the boss, "play both hands your'
self."
So the boss went to oed and

the next morning when they met
for breakfast the assistant stuffed
a roll of bills into his hand and
said:
"Boss, after you left you won
another $750.",

This Is Hollywood, Mrs. Jones:
Jimmy Stewart is starring in
"The FBI Story" but one Movie Movie-town
town Movie-town Irma brain thinks it's a

(western "The Full Blooded In Indian
dian Indian Story."

The Witnet: Comedian Gene
Baylos reacting to a frozen-faced
night club audience: "Tell me,
did you ever have a feeling you
were walking up a gangplank
and there was no ship?"
HOLLYWOODITES are talking
about: The Nelson Boys of -Beverly
Hills Ozzie, David and Ric Rickytalking
kytalking Rickytalking about a, big screen
movie, "Blue Mustang," w. h i e h
Ozzie would direct. .Medics as
well as lawyers playing roles in
the Marlon Brando Ana Kashfi
split. She has a just : discovered
heart condition. .That $200,000
price tag on Debbie Reynolds'
movie making now that she's free

of her exclusive MGM contract.
. .Col. Tom Parker's long range
plans for Elvis Presley: A big
closed circuit TV show beamed
to theaters, clubs and auditoriums
for a one-night money grab when
the Hip Wiggler checks out of
the Army.

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MOTGRES HULL, S.A

Italy Officially. Protests Park.
On Montgomery's WW-Two Memoirs

ROME. Nov. T fUPU ItaW of.

flciaUy protested to the British
government, today aaainst on-

sages of the World War II mem memoirs
oirs memoirs of Field Marshal Viscount
Montgomery which it considered

onensive to the honor of Italian

souuers.

Premier Amintors Fanfani lm.

tructed the Italian ambassador in

London to convey the protest to
the Foreign Office. The move fol followed
lowed followed storm of indimitlait h

the Italian press and patriotic or

ganizauont over Montgomery's re

maru.

The test of the Italian nroteit

was not announced immediately.
But in a simultaneous cable to
the Italian Veterans Association.

Fanfani lashed out bitterlv at "th

opposing commander who repeats

insuiis pronounced in past years by
the leaders of world Communism."
S. J 1 m m ....

ms cinu, iimim noted that

terana can only be joined by the

Itanaft .govern-

protests of the

ment."

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ne piannea to go to Egypt shortly
to inaugurate a memorial to Ita Italian
lian Italian soldiers killed In the hattu nt

El Alamein on the North African
front the battle in which Montgo Montgomery
mery Montgomery said the Italians did not

"iigni nara."

After recallinf celebration wn

days ago of Italy's World War I

victory over Austria, Fanfani said:
"In the) near future, inau

ing the muaoieum of the dead of
El Alamein. we will recall inH

a wtm tne same moving grati grati-tud
tud grati-tud the bravery of the equally
heroic Kalian' soldiers of WnriH

War n. r,

"The opposinf commander CMnnt

gomery) who, repeating insults
pronounced In nat vein hv th.

leaders of world Cnmmnni.m ho.

lieves he is tarnishing the merits

It vrt ?lwerfi noes not realize
ttat he is etripping with his own
hands the laurels of his victory.

'The sad protests of Italian ve-

Quite A Fete Was

The Oktoberfest

MUNICH.

Some staggering statistics for the
16 days of Munich's riotous Ok Oktoberfest
toberfest Oktoberfest were announced today.
In all. official ficwex

record 5,500j000 persons visited

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S Inteme'S W.miVciub will gm JV f W;
', NoTtmber It, at the rort Amador OAbm' Club wW
. an unusual fashion show and comedy skit, advance plane in.
; eUb n AnnufLl e?ent wiU benefit tne club.s ch.
; ity project, the Bella Vista ChUdreB'i Home.
The afternoon' program will open at lilt p.m. with
cards At p.m tea will be eerved, followed by tho uniqn.
fashion show,

'., Students of M'.ss Eloise Monroe's
it wing and design passes the
Junior College and Balboa H gn
'School will model dresses irom tne
racks of the Inter-American Wo Women's
men's Women's Club Thrift Shop, which is
located on Automobile Row in Pa Panama
nama Panama City. Daytime, afternoon
and evening ensembles, at well as
Clothes for "small Jry wlU
$hown.
As a part of th fashion show,
Mrs. Rogelie E. Alfaro and Mrs.i
Singer Alberghetti
Loves Bregman,
Bui Won't Wed
NEW YORK, Nov. T -(UPJ)-fUger
Anns Maria Alberghetti,
vho reeentli announced she would
marry musician Buddy Bregrrtin.
gaid yesterday it was all a misun misunderstanding.
derstanding. misunderstanding. Miss Alberghetti 22, sid she
was in love with Bregman but
added "I'm not marrying any anyone."
one." anyone." Th singer's mother had object object-ad
ad object-ad to the marriage because Breg Bregman
man Bregman wis divorced and ii not of
Anna Maria's faith.
' She is Roman Catholic, Breg Bregman
man Bregman is Jewish,
Miss Alberghetti, booked for a
night club appearance beginning
tomorrow night, said she "took
this engagement to be away from
Buddy.

Pul Duran will present a comedy
skit of "C 0 his ui Other Tiroes. '.
At the close of the show, a rif riffle
fle riffle for three interesting prizes will
be held. The items include In at at-tractive
tractive at-tractive cofiee labia madi of na native
tive native hard woods, donated by Donald
Ada mi ind the Ford Compiny,
Inc.; 1 portrilt to ba painted by
Mri. Elva Fairchild; and a Christ Christ-mn
mn Christ-mn flower irrangemant by Mrs.
Pat Morun, Numeroui door prizes

will bi awarded to holders of win,
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ticked.
Tickets may be obtained from
Mri. Harold T. Longmore of Bal

boa; Mn. Elmer Abbotl of Diablo
Mrs. Merton Ford of Panama Ci City;
ty; City; Mri. Richard Sexton, Fifteenth

Naval D'striet: Mrs. Jimes R

Lawrence, Quarry Heights; nd

Mrs. Dem E. Mansfield, Albrook

Air Force Bast.

The tickets also ire available at
the JWB-USO in Balboa. Brenda's

Beauty Shop end Tooy'i Sa'on in
Panama Cj y, or from anylAWC
committee member.
Mill Huey Lee Crewnod
C.H.i. Feetbill Queen
M'11 Huey Lee was crowned Cri
tobal High School football queen,
one of the most distinctive honors
I C.H.S. student can win, at the
annual Homecoming Dance al the
Breakers Club in Coco Solo.
The dance Is sponsored eich
yeir by the Girls' Athletic Alloca Allocation
tion Allocation and the Boyi' "C" Club on
the evening following the home
tomlng game with Balboa High
School, The foorbali queen ind her
court are introduced t the fes.i-vltiei.

The ballroom was attractively de-
cora eu iii tne sc.too c.iioio
blue and gold. Cords marked the
aisle to tue ..uik
lonned a background for the

aueen's throne.

At tne start of we coruuauoar

ceremonies, Bill Hayes, master of
ceremoo.es, introduced the mem mem-Deri'
Deri' mem-Deri' of the court as My entered
the ballroom. Miss Jean Owen was
escorted by team co-capuin Rus

sell Favorite, Musi Nancy Gibson

wiLto John Boseman. Miss Maruia

Jonnson witn Herbert opector a4

Miss Marguerite Engeike with

neius Kuuu.

Miss Owen and Miss b.bson wore

identical gowns 01 Dlue orocai.fi
satin and nylon net. The fiited,
bodices were ot iwm, io ..
skirts fashioned In cascading tiers
of nylon oet ruftle. 1'hey wore
latin mitu and carried bouqueti
of gold dinliai tied with blue lace,
Miu Johnson and Miss Engelke
wc.rn straoless sowns Of gold lace

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eo wim jiuiem ico
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pane 1 of gathered ne.. Their mitts
were of lace, and jJbeir bouqueti
of blue hydrangeas were caught
with gold lace.'
Preceding the entrance of the
queen wtre Dynne Cregg, daugh daughter
ter daughter ol Mr. and Mri. Eugene TJregg,
end Kim McGraw, young ion of
Mr.and Mrs. Kenneth McGraw.
Little Lynne wore a floor-length

bouffant dreii ol wnenyion or or-gandy,
gandy, or-gandy, with matching gloves and
carried a miniature of the queen 1
bouque K m carried the queen'i
crown on white latin pillow.
Miss Lee entered the ballroom
with her escort, Donald Humph Humphrey,
rey, Humphrey, co-captain of the 1958 Tiger
football teim. She was gowned in
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NEWLY WEDS Mr. and Mrs. Carl Melssner pause before the
altar of the Fort Amador Chapel following their wedding Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon. Mr. Meissner is the former Miss Dorothy Mil Miller.
ler. Miller. The couple was expected to return today from a honeymoon
trip to Costa Rica, and will make their nome In Williamson
Place', Balboa.

ruffles. She wore full-length lace
mitts and carried an arm bouquet
of blue hydrangeas and gold dah dahlias,
lias, dahlias, tied with matching lace rib ribbons.
bons. ribbons.
Af er the queen had been escort escorted
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and was officially proclaimed
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court in the coronatfon waltz.

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Speaking on "Culture of Cat Cat-tleyas
tleyas Cat-tleyas for the Amateur," Richard
J, Mahoney displayed th Cat Cat-tleya
tleya Cat-tleya hybrid orchids at the No November
vember November meeting of the Canal
Zone Orchid Society last at the
USO Jiewish Welfare Board in
Balboa. Mahoney is one of the
foremost growers of Cattleya
hybrids In Central America and
many of his plants' were used to

tlustrate his electure. The next

meeting on Dec. 2 will feature a
panel discussion of the culture
of other orchids commonly
grown in the Canal Zone. Wil William
liam William Carson, president of the
society, will act as moderator.
Visitors interested in orchids are

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BROADWAY tUUITJH

Vic Da mone still f eeli bitterly
vengeful toward his mother-in-law,
whom he blamei for the, break-up
ot hit marriage to Pier Angeii.
He'i making all pduible changes
in his virioui insurance policies
and other papers so that mother
and daughter wil) get only what
is legally necessary, .Pit Medi Medina'!
na'! Medina'! new admirer a big lecret
would mike many a girl whittle
enviously. (Especially those who
appreciate; romantic, Italians). .
Cathy Crosby, Bobs daughter, ii
frequent voice on the long-distance
wires from California to
New York. She chiti with Larry
Bain, a Canadian lad currently
attending Columbia University,
they met during a recent visit to
Manhattan.
Rocky Marciano's chums don't

see now he can refuse to light

Patterson in a leiefrompter den,
bhe'd ieta staggering turn tome-

thing like one-third of a $10,000,-

ooo ciosfd-etrcuit tneitre gate.
A lovely film actreii who has ev

eryone rooting tor her renascence
in show business Is doing a very

foolish thing dating the very men

her doctors told her to stay away
from.
Baby Pignatari ii still making
those lavish gestures. He picked
up a cpuple of tickets on Varig
Airlines and flew to Rio over the

weekend with pretty Barbara Cail Cail-leux
leux Cail-leux as his seat-mate. .Bobo ,Si-

erist. whose divorce Problems with

Gregg. Juarez made headlines, is

having fun in London., with Billy

Olc?

Faithful, .a

OAKDlyn Barnes, g secretary-turned-TV

actress. v -
Comedian Jackie Kannon makei
no bones about it, he's outraged
by Jerry Lewis's use of vthe egg
bit" on tthe-.Milton Berle video
progrim., It'i been part of Kan Kan-non's
non's Kan-non's night club routine for 10
yean.. .,
The financial pages receptly an announced
nounced announced the merger of Warner Warner-Lambert
Lambert Warner-Lambert with Reynoldi Tobacco.
The human intereit note they
didn't reveal was ; that Elmer
Bobst, head man of the cosmetic
outfit, for years has been an out out-spbken
spbken out-spbken foe of cigaret imokine.
Frjendi say Jimmy Durante is
heartiick ibout Eddie Jackson
hii teammate since 1915-leaving
the act. And everyone in show
business knowi how wonderful he'l
E "ddiB through th yean.
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The Sardi Set is telling thu one
about Eva Marie Saint: He's
supposed to have asked director
Delbert Mann to intercede wit
Paddy Chayevsky to set her the

leading role in "Middle of the

Nieht"-then allegedly demanded

150,000 and 10 percent of the

sross. which sent them scurrying

elsewhere to find candidates for

the Part. , Pierre "Moulin

Rouge") La Mure is doing the

smart boites with Madeleine Pe

tite, one of the decorations on the

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. .The cast of "Make A Million'?
preiented Sara Levene, with a diamond-studded
gold wnstwatch be because
cause because they believe the marveloua
reviews orr his perfomrnace wij
keep the' show alive.
Our intelligence agencies tave
informed the State Denartmpnt
that the easing of passport restric
tiqns for suspected leltwingers and
suversives has opened the way
tor the revival of the Communist
Party here. Some Of those now
underground have received instruct
tioni to come to the surface.
Jane Morgan will be attirsd in an
ermine-trimmed black corset when
she opens'at the Riviera iA ,Lar
Vegas Nov, 17. It was morr her
doctor's idea than her costumer's;
Jane has to wer it because she'a
till suffering from a slipped di$c
as a result of that Pittsburgh au au-to
to au-to accident.
Lenka Peterson is leaving the
cast of "Look Homeward Angel"
to await her fifth child. .Selene
Walters, one of the most publiciz-
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from Hollywood for weekend date
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AT LtNCHMn. Perle Mestn,' right, former United States Am Am-r
r Am-r basaador to Luxembourg, lunches with her traveling companion,
Mra. Phillipe Cox of Washington, O.C.; ln the Balboa Salon of
the Panama HUton Hotel.-Thay spent several days this reek
sight-seeing on the Isthmus before returning to the States.
Mrs. Mesta and Mrs. Cox came here from Rio de Janeiro, where
they were the guests of Brazilian President Juscellno Kubltachek.

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Plane Oale Winner Pry
m, i 'i i.anliiirivina nin.
ner fiiven by the Cooking CUi 4.J
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Aid. vu --- 1 " a n u.
the Mer-Araerican Women .Uuo
is expected te be a gU event ai
Mess tomorrow Yenlng, ) j ...
la the receiving line will be Mrj.
Tereis Burre.ll, club .president;
Mrs. Edltb i Dean, cooking ; cssi
chairman; and hostesses Mrs. Kay
Herre and Mrs.Tbelma J(s p.pum.
Dancing will follow the dinner
par.y. mmm' '
Miss CeftM Feterf
At Fre-lrWsl Ihower s :
- A pre-huptial Compliment, o
Miss Pottis Xotton twss mis miscellaneous
cellaneous miscellaneous shower given for: her
by -Mrs, Louis C, hssemann and
Miss Gsyie Hasejftann t their re residence
sidence residence in Balboa. r j
The guests included Mrs., .Frank
Ajearraga, Mrs, Otis Barpn,, Mrs.
WiUiam Bleakley, Mrs, Arthur Cot Cotton,
ton, Cotton, Miss Nancy Cotton4 Mrs. John
fiverson, Miss Shirley Hatned, Mrs
Frank Lerchen, Miss Grsqe Pick Pick-enpaugh
enpaugh Pick-enpaugh and Mrs. Michael Zrm Zrm-merman.
merman. Zrm-merman. kiss Cotton's marriage to Ken-
neih Msnthome is planned for Sa Saturday
turday Saturday afternoon .at the First Bap Baptist
tist Baptist Church. in. Balboa Heights.
NtOwives' Club J,
Plans Cake Isle ..
At the regular monthly busineu
meeting oHbe Fort Clayton NCO
Wives. iClub,. plans were made for
a cake and while elephant' ssle
to benefit the post's Youth Council.
The affair will begin st l.a.m.
Saturday, Noy.20. st Jfort ,Clsy;
ton's Js3win,.Hsn,-:Mrf.
diclt is chairmsn of the fommiUee
in charge of rranemeni J
Three .members hve ben elect-1
ed to serve as chairmen during the
November-January period. Mrs.
Jacqueline Flynn will head th pro program
gram program group Mrs.. Jsnet Zeus,
welfare; Snd' Mrs Anne Scsrle,
ways and means snd. bingo.
t At the December business meet-,
ing, .a nominating committee in including
cluding including Mrs. Beryl Braunstelner,
Mri. Virginia Dorset snd Mrs. Ei Either
ther Either Moore will submit the ilsta
of officer! to be voted upon for the
January -June period.
New members welcomed to the
club by Vice-President Mri. Vir
ginl Whaler, were Mrs. Afmsn
da Thomas, Mrs. Vivian Retting
er, Mrs. Lois Trsyner and Mrs,
Lois Egan. ;
Next Wednesday morning at
8:30, club members will leave by
bus from Jsdwin Hall (or a tour
of the Nadonal Brewery in Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. They are expected to return
to Fort Clsyton by 1145 a.m.
Reservations for the tour may
be made with Mrs, Flynn. II II-5189,
5189, II-5189, or Mrs. Erna Farkas, IT-8J1?,
before Tuesdsjr, Members, are i r r-minded
minded r-minded to. bring with them their
contributions for' the white ele elephant
phant elephant sale.
Signal Corps Wives
Un Flat Dacdretiens
Wives of the Signal. Section at
Fort Clayton, vhosefses for. tha
-coffee and business meeting of the
Fort Clayton Officers Wives Club,
u$ed the motif of their husbands'
service taxable decorations. The
bird of paradise centerpiece was
flanked with signal flags.
, Mrs.' Richard Dowell was chair chair-man
man chair-man for the hostesses and was as-
Russia May Be
Stalling Geneva
Talks Deliberately
" GENEVA, Nov. MUPD-Rui
sis may be stalling in the Gene Genets
ts Genets nuclear talks In order to ma ma-feeuver
feeuver ma-feeuver the United States and Brit-
Ci foreign ministers into coming
re to. '.rescue t the conference,
western diplomats speculated ta
6 a y... K'Vvir v-ii','-;" ''M
western sources recalled that
th Russians pressed strongly far
a foreign ministers "meeting dur during
ing during preliminary negotiations lead leading
ing leading up to tha Geneva parlay; Tha
U.S. and Britain' refused, arguing
"that careful reparation first was
needed. But v they agreed that L

mrir iufsin nuniiitti miiiu com
if tha conference made good pro progress
gress progress er if their presence ; here
was otherwise needed.
Diplomats pointed out that So So-viet
viet So-viet chief; delegate Semyon Tsa Tsa-Lrapkln'
Lrapkln' Tsa-Lrapkln' apparently was sentv to
"Geneva without ; any freedom to
Negotiate with the west but sim simply
ply simply under orders to follow i In Instructions
structions Instructions from Moscow, This he
has done consistently, with the
result- that' after five" meetings
the talks remain deadlocked! with without
out without any real negotiating t having
been dona, ,. '-,. s
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listed by Mrs? John W. Morgan,
Mn Rfiw' Pafitihr'' Mrs Rruca
Parrish, Mrs. William Radke and
Mrs, Thpmti Brosdhurst.
fin Al rirnAfA hv M
f!nti lntrnHnpil hv 1rt Un-
sell Hechinger, club president, in
eluded Mrs.. Msrvln Foster, Mrs.
Willard Flint. Mrs. WllUlm H.
Grady sad Mri. Richard C. Lei Lei-lie
lie Lei-lie from Fort Kobbe) Mrs. John
Shee i and Mrs. Frederick Smith
of Fort Clsyton.
Mrs. Henry H. Konvicka was
welcomed as a new member of the
club.'; '? '
sell eetlef Im toclwieM la bM
celume iKfuld (ubpittsd w
hrstfwrXiM Imm ee Mailed ee
the has mutter iitf Mlv l
ial eed Otherwise 1 delivfresl
ftv M4 te the Hte. NeMees
Mfsilitfi seaeet be aseeated bv
talaheee, t
IAWC Lunchfsn Peitpensd
annnhnpiMhf "haa kn vnmAi
of tha cancellation of a luncheon
which wn olanned for -Thursdiv.
ov. is. py me noipuamy com
mittee
of the iti
Inter-American Wo-
men's Club.
Spanish Cenversaiien Club
The cangi zone Spanish Convex
sation Club will held its rejtutar
KI-ixrAV1f m as 1 1 i M tl74MJt
itivrtvf ui-jriyw tit r s fc v ,gw
Heights Officers Club. All persons
fleers' club, both military nd ci civilian,
vilian, civilian, are welcome to attend the
meeting and loin the club.
St.' Mary Study Club
dy Club will be held SaturdSy eve
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LINCOLN,; Neb, (UPI)-Charles
Stsrkweather testified today ,hat
his gin lnend, Caril Ann Fugate.
IS. could not iiave hebed him mur
oer Kooen Jensen.
Under cross-exs raination. Stark
weathe? said be decided on the
Spur of the moment to kill Jen Jensen,
sen, Jensen, 17. Caril was not. with him at
the abandoned storm cellar where
the shooting occurred, he sa d,
and- could not. have "aided and
abetted'? in the alaying.
ovarii is being tried on a charge
of first-decree murder, on the
state's contention that she did aid
and abet her 19-year-old boy friend
iq the slaying of Jensen last Jan.
27.v',cv -- :,n
In answer to quei ionlng by" defense-;
attorney John. McArthur,
Starkweather said he had no in intention
tention intention of k'lling Jensen when he
and Caril hitched a ride with the
youth and' his companion, Carol
Klng,5' leVi Starkweather said, ne
meant' only to steal Jensen'a car
when he': forced the young ihaq
and Miss': King to walk to the
lonely storm cellar, leaving Caril.
in the car.
He said he ordered Jensen down
into the cave and when Jensen
turned and ran back up the
stairs, Starkweather said he fired.
Q--"Did you feel you killed in
self-defense?''
l-"Yes." 'i
Q-j-'Is that your feeling now?"
A "Nn 1 wax in the wrong."
Q "Did Caril have any part in
killing Jensent'V
A-"Xo."
Starkweather made'lt clear his
testimony ,-wss not prompted by
Chivalry.
McArthur, .noting that despite

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his near sighted squint, Stark Starkweather
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persons or objeeti across the
Courtroom, asked if ,the witness
could, see bet er with eyeasses.
Starkweather said be could,- and
McArthur then asked Judge Har Harry
ry Harry Spencer to permit the youth o
put on. his glasses.
"Your honor," Starkwesther in in-terruped,
terruped, in-terruped, "td rather not wear
tbem There's no one in the court courtroom.
room. courtroom. I want to see."
- Caril, who watched Starkweath Starkweather,
er, Starkweather, in,ent:y during his testimony,
showed no expression.
If a' man offers a woman a ele
arette and the takes it or if he
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Ten boys and ejgh! girls were
bo n a( Gorgas liosp ,ai during
the week ending at midnigh. Mob
day, Nov. 3, according to the hos hos-p
p hos-p tal roport. During this same pe
riod, 15S patients were sdmitted
and 208 were discharged.
Paren s of the girls are: Mr.
and Mrs. G. Sanchez, of Panama;
Sp4 and M s. V. D. York, Sr. of
Cocoli; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wolf
of Ancon; Mr. and Mrs. E.
Meade, of Panama; Mr. and
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Sgt. and Mri. L. R. .Gray of Ft.
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more of Panama; and Mr and
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Spl and Mrs. H. J. Reeves of Ft.
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THE f AN AMI AMEEICA5 AN INDIFEXSENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
FAGE EIGHT
mie-HundHS Favored OVer(ege gtM Hvptfgfg

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Tigers Must Win To
Championship Hopes

Keep
Alive

-'..

By TREVOR SIMONS

" lOristobal High, undefeated and unscored upon
i- il. 1ACD intoi-aohninctir cridiron title race, take

x -a i.r..i)o nrtio4 tliov hnnA will he

one more giant siep """"
a championship for the Tigers this season.

vote against CHS when selecting
a winner for this one: but Crls-

Cristobal is presently enjoying
mi of their most successful sea

sons in the past seven years,
having already scored somewhat
of moral victory over the de de-lending
lending de-lending champs, Balboa, by a 7
to 0 count. Their record against
school competition lacks perfec perfection
tion perfection only because of a scoreless
tie against Junior College in tne
opening game of the season.
The Tigers have escaped ma major
jor major injuries that have plagued
them-to practically every pre previous,
vious, previous, grki season and should be
at full strength for the Green
Devils at Mount Hope Stadium
toSUege has ha big "0" in the
Win column in the interscholas interscholas-tic
tic interscholas-tic standings, but are the only
ones who have been able to score
h victory over the powerhouse
Which is the Athletic Club They
paid a big price for that victory
too for It was in that game that
they lost Bill Gibson and became
an even greater underdog than
thev had been listed to be prior
to the opening of the '58 season
There is hardly a dissenting

tobal is not soon forgetting that

a mistake or two in ine wrong
place could cost them the game
and a defeat for the Tigers
would completely eliminate them
from any chance of copping the

title this year.

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PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE

Martin. Saturdav. Nov. 15, the

Porifii. irittu Leaeue will hold its

annual tryouts. Those who played

fOt Spur- tOia, UiDraiuir. xj,

Spvmnur Aeencv. Elks 1414, ro

lio onrt T.inrnln Lite snouia urn

report for the trials.

All other boys, between the ag

es of 8 and 12 who qualify to
play in the Pacific Little. League
should report to the Pacific Lit Lit-Hp
Hp Lit-Hp l.paeue Stadium on Gailliard

Highway, as follows.

Saturday 8 a.m. Nov. 15 for 8
and 9 year old boys.
Saturday 9 ajn. Nov. 22 for 10
and 11 year old boys.
Saturdav 9 a.m. Nov. 29 for 12

year old boys.

Reeistration blanks "ire. avails

Wp in the various schools; Ancon

Balboa, Diablo, Gamboa and Saint

Marv's. These ManKi snouia De

filled out prior to the tryouts

Once the tryouts : have been

completed, no, boy will be permit

ted to register. j

Fort Gulick Club
Presents, Field Day

Activities Saturday

Tha, Fort Gfllick -Service Club

will present field day featuring

sports events ana recreation aax aax-urdav
urdav aax-urdav afternoon, beginning at 1

p.m.
The enlisted Men's Council,
handling arrangements, has invit invited
ed invited all residents of the Zone to at attend.
tend. attend.

Braniff Golf
Qualifying

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Tomorrow

ADDED SUPPORT Danny
Curtis leaped atop the ropes
to get a better starting point
for his attack on a cornered
Eddie Graham during a tag tag-team
team tag-team wrestling match at New
Y ork's Madison Square Garden.

Competitive sports for both men
and women will be presented, as
well as parades by junior mem members
bers members and a crack drill team,
ROTC cadets from Cristobal High
School.
Highlighting the afternoon will
be a concert by the 79th U.S. Ar Army
my Army band.
At the close of the activities, a a-wards
wards a-wards will be presented by Col.
Cecil Himes, post commander, and
those attending the field day will
participate in the retreat seremo-ny.

One of the finest fields of Isth

mian golfers will shoot their qua qualifying
lifying qualifying rounds of golf this coming

week as the first annual jjraimi
International Airways Golf Tour

nament sets unaerwav monaay.

Nov. 10 at the Summit Hills Golf

and Country Club.

Qualifying rounds may De play

ed anytime between Monday, Nov.
10 and Sunday, Nov. 16. Golfers
will be shooting, for' one of the

spots in the eight flights tor tne
men and two llighis ot .16 to a

flight for ladies. Match play will
begin Nov. 17 with first round

matches being piayea oeiore iuu
down Sunday, Nov. 23.

Solid silver prizes have arnvea

on the Isthmus and are presently
on display at the Balboa C.l u 1 1-house.
house. 1-house. These prizes will be trans transferred
ferred transferred to the Summit Golf Club

this week end. From all reports
these prizes are among the finest
offered to contestants in a local

golf tournament.

Tournament omciais giaieu mat

the lowest handicap of those gon goners
ers goners who are members at more

than one club mi t use tneir low lowest
est lowest established handicaps. All Isth

mian golf clubs have been request

ed to mail their handicap uss in
as of Nov. 1 to the Summit Golf
Club. As of press time today only
those handicaps of Panama Golf
Club and Brazos Brook Golf Club

Viou hoen rprpivpd.

Anita a fpur pollers nave loureu

the Summit layout during this

past week and many more are
expected to take advantage of the
coming weekend to shoot prac practice
tice practice rounds. Summit fairways a
bit. damp in, spots, but the greens
are in very good shape. With a
day or two of sunny Weather" Sum Summit
mit Summit will be in great shape and
ready for this the first Branift
International Airways Golf Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament with everyone invited to
play. There will be no entry fee.

Chick Harbert
Shares Lead In
Carting Open

ATINTAii(yPlj -'.Chick Har-

(IbertAonei M-hQVnoM' pros.

on tuinvi-nmnnraiive ucwiuiuw

shared the lead today at the start

of the second rouna actum m mc
fariinc Onen eolf tournament.

Utrh0rt m vear oia im m

PGA ehampion from Northville,
Mich., turned in a four-under-par
68 in Wednesday's opening round.

sn am J. c. Goosie of Knoxvme

Tinn.. and Bill Collins, former

nrn t the Grossinger (N. Y.)

Country' Club and now playin
out of Baltimote.

Three Big Ten Gamei

Provide Rose Bowl Team

By EARL WRIGHT

Three Big Ten games- tomorrow

may go a long way towaras pro

viding one of the Rose Bowl teams

but five other major cotuerence

leaders, including undefeated un untied
tied untied Louisiana State, will play non-

league contests.
Iowa, ranked No. 1 In the nation

by the United Press International

board of coaches, is two-touch

down, choice to whip Minnesota
and remain In front in the race for

the Big Ten's Rose Bowl t assignment.

Northwestern, second in the Big

Ten standings, visits Wisconsin

while Purdue invades Ohio State

the conference's other key

clash. Iowa 1( 4-0-0 in conference

Dlav. Northwestern is second at

4-1 with Purdue next in the league

standings at 2-1.

Syracuse, an Eastern Independ

ent with a 5-1 record and bowl as aspirations,
pirations, aspirations, helps begin the week

end schedule tonight at Bos

ton University and is a 12-point

choice. Miami (Fla.) is favored

over visiting Florida State and
Alabama is favored by the same

slender margin at Tulane in Fri

day' night's other' top games:
Cltmsen Visits Gtorgia Tech
In games to be televised region

ally tomorrow. Notre Dame visits

Pittsburgh (East). Michigan plays

host to Illinois (Midwest), Stanford

visits Oregon (Far West), ana

Kansas entertains Nebraska

(NCAA District Five).

Louisiana State, one of the na

tion's two remaining unbeaten-un

tied major schools, interrupts i t s

drive toward the Southeastern

Conference crown and a Sugar

Bowl bid to entertain Duke of the

Atlantic Coast Conference. LSU
the nation's No. 2 team, is a 13

point choice.

Clem son, the Atlantic coast con

ference pace-setter, visits Georgia

Tech of the Southeastern Confer

ence, Texas Christian and Rice,

For the Best
in news and entertainment
HOG-YCN
' 840 PANAMA 1090 COLON

nniv is nf the 121 golfers man-

Uh to hreak Dar in their first

tour over the new Cjierokee Town
and Country Club-course. -Tnnv
Tjma. 24. Napa. Calif.,

birdied three of his last five holes
but he made his move a bit too
late and finished at 69, one stroke

Master chammon Arnold Pal

mer Martv Fureol. Ernie Voss

ler. Gav Brewer, Walter Burkemo

and Fred Hawkins all came in
ith two-under Dar 70's while

three virtual unknowns Thorne

Wood. Bob Watson and Gene

Leach rounded out the sub par
shooters with 71's.
The tournament will run
through Sunday. The third round
is to be played Friday, then the

golfers taKe a nreaic on aaiuraay
to attend the Geogia Tech-Clem-son
football game here.

which, share the Southwest Confer

ence leaderships, also play non

leaeue tames. TCU clays host to

Marquette and Alt entertains

Army. It will be the first game

ever played- in xexar ny wira-

ranked Army.. ' ;

West Virginia, the Southern con

ference leader, is at home for a I

non-league game with an old ais-i

tnct rival, fenn state.

In conference tussles involving

league leaders, Oklahoma ". is a

heavy fayorite to whip lowa state

but Missouri, tied with OKianoma

for the Bis Eight lead, is a six-

point underdog for it league game
with Colorado. v

Oregon State, first in the. Pacific

Coast Conference and the leading

candidate for the other Rose Bowl

berth, is a one-point underdog at

Washington state la a league con

test, v

Cornell Favored

Cornell is a three-point choice to

remain in the Ivy League race by

defeating Brown. Rutgrs, the na

tion' othr maior oerfect-recora

team, entertains Lafayette witn

the Middle Atlantic Conferenc

crown at stake.

Fourth ranked Auburn, second

to bliu in the Southeastern con

ference but ineligible for a b o w 1

game, is a seven-point favorite tor

its home game with Mississippi

State.

Navv is favored over Maryland,

Florida over Georgia and. North

Carolina over Virginia in otner

Southern games. Michigan State is

the choice over Indiana anauKia anauKia-homa
homa anauKia-homa State over Kansas State in
other Midwest features. Texas is
picked to defeat Baylor and South

ern Methodist is favored over lex-

as A and M in boutnwest uonier

ence clashes. Southern California

is picked over wasmngton ana

California over UCLA in Pacific
Coast Conference games.
Houston is a 13-point underdog
a5 Mississippi in another intersec intersections!
tions! intersections! feature.

Editor; COrRADO'SARCEAN'r.

Three more Imported mem member
ber member of the newly formed Co Code
de Code Sugar Kings baseball team,
of the Panama Professional
League were scheduled' to ar arrive
rive arrive at Toeumen airport at
noon today.
The players who will Join 8ug.

ar Kings catcher-manager Les
Peden, who la already on the
Isthmus, are right hander Dick

Donnellyr 'Yakima, Class c
Northwest, League; inf 1 elder
Pumpsie Green, : Minneapolis,
Class AAA American Associa Association;
tion; Association; 'nd outfielder Gall Henry,
who played AA ball last summer.
Granville Gladstone, the Pan

amanian- fly hawk, who has not

played nere ror several seasons,
Is expected to reach here Mon

day to Join jthe .Sugar Kings

Monday.

Yesterday outfielder George
Altman, Pueblo, Class A Western
Leaeue. became the first Marl

boro- importee to. reach the
Isthmus, for the 1958-59 cam

paign. which begins Nov. 19.
The champion Carta Vieja
Yankees, the only, team which
has hot yet brought any play players.
ers. players. exoect to receive catcher-

manager Billy Shanti and nine
other athletes tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon at Toeumen.
Shantz has signed up all his
players with the exception of
three, and the squad plans to
start working out at the Olym

pic stadium Monday.
Chuck Comiskey
Needs $2r000r000
To Control Chisox

m m m m

Balboa

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Plan For Realigning Minors
Hinges On Proposals To Shift
Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth

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the Texts League to the Amerl
can Association.

Others represented at the

minor league realignment confer
ence were "marking time," wait

ing to see what franchise shifts,

ii any, were made at today s con concluding
cluding concluding American Associa
tion-Texas talks.

The reoorted chances were the

upshot of "suggestions" by Bill

DeWitt, head of a maior league

tuna to aid distressed minor

teams. DeWitt made a survey of

what clubs want to move to new

leagues and what non baseball

cities would like franchises.

Exactly what "suggestions" De

Witt made could not be learned,

but the reported moves would go

wis way:

1. Houston. Dallas and Fort

worth would move up to
AAA American Association,

placing Omaha, Louisville and

Wichita.

2. The Texas Leaeue would he

reduced from A A to A classifies

tion, and would get Amarillo,

Tex. and Albuaueraue. N.M. from

the Western League, plus $60. "00

to $120,000 cash from the Ameri

can Association.

3. Wichita would Join the Tex

as League or might find a Dlace

In a revamped combination of th

Three I and Western Leagues

Omaha might join Wichita in the

proposed new loop, and Louisville

might find a spot in the Southern
Association if Atlanta moved into

the AAA International League

The only actual realignment

accompnsned W&dnesdav in

volved the South Atlantic League

which added Asheville, N.C., and

Columbus, Ga. That gave the Sal

ly nine clubs, since it had been

announced earliei that Charleston

i.e.. which dropped out In 1953

would return to the league next

season.

However, Sally President- Sam

woifson said Jacksonville. Fla.

was trying to get into the Inter
national' or American Association

it Jacksonville remains with
us, we'll get a 10th- club to round

out tne league," he said

CHICAGO (UPI V-Two million

dollar Aoneared today the major

oosiacie in viianes vwuia&c; n a

tlans to buv out his sister, Doro

thy, and thus gam full control of
the Chicago White Sox.

Negotiations oetween ine two

alreadv are under way, it was

learned Wednesday.

Price seemed the chief stum

Mine block.

it was neueveo ,inai uorowy,

Mrs. John D1. Rigney, 'woukhwant

ud to three million dollars for ner

half share. The1 figure was based
on alleged offers of six million
dollars for other major league

franchises, some financially in

ferior to the White Sox.

Charles, it war understood, cur

rently was offering Dorothy, one

million dollars.

Thus, two million dollars

seemed the big difference be

tween the pah.

It was not. believed that Charles

could meet Dorothy's price with

out first finding either wealthy
backers or a mortgage source.

Negotiations for the sale have

been going on sporadically for

the past six months and, while

sale Could be concluded, it was

thought unlikely that it would, oc

cur within the next two montns

Sports Car

Club's Annual Rally
To Chitre Tomorrow

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BALBOA 6:15 fc 8:05

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Virginia Mayo
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COCO SOLO 7:00

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In Cinemascope i ,'

DIABLO HTS. 9:00

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Kristine Miner

"Thunder Over Arizona"

in Cinemascope to Color!

Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
"FORCE OF ARMS"

GAMBOA 7:00

Alan Ladd Diane Foster,

"THE DEEP SIX"

The annual ChHre rally, tpofe
sored by the Isthmian Sport
Cert Club will be held tomorrow.
Cars wit meet t 9:30 t.m. at
Cecil Clubhouse. Starting time
It 10 a.m.
Seme cart art pfenning to stay
overnight In Chitre tnd return
Sunday. Other cart will return
Saturday. Th court was plan
ntd by Bud Woithaar and. Joe

Grill and should be a chtlleng

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,t J 'THE SEA CHASE".'

In Cinemascope to coiori ;

The Panama Pro League opens
its 1958-1959 season on an promis-

hc note on .Wednesday Nov. 19 at

the Olympic Stadium.

The optimism is based on the
fact that there hat long been a

clamor by the fang for a four four-team
team four-team league. A four-team league,.

they affirmed would provide great

er competition1 and also remove
the drabness that ir normally. to
be found in a three team circuit

After several seasons of relativ relatively
ely relatively poor support at the -gate the

Pro League has finally yielded to
the demands of the public and has

come up with a fourth competitor,
the Sugar Kings. :

Now tbe burden of responsibility
shifts to the fans who have indicat

ed that they would support a four
team league. It is based on- this

promise of support that the base

ball magnates have sd willingly

undertaken ? additional- financial

risk this season. '- -J
As usual, the fats are always in

terested in knowing tbe names of

the players comprising each club

as wen as tneir individual aver

ages in organized ball. From n

formation gathered on most'of this

season s players it is evident tnat

the four clubs are trying to outdo

each other in acquiring standout

players. :

Brewer manager Leon Kellman,

back again this season as pilot

for the Beermen, probably has the

soundest team on paper. His pitch

ing staff will '-include Winston
Brown, Anselmo Correa, and Jus Jus-to
to Jus-to Hudson, all natives and wiH be
ramfnrnnrl with fianrtta "M'oi'nrKla

of the Texas League and, Pete Me

sa of the Pacific coast League.

Present efforts to land a good

southpaw (have not 'been successful
es yet, but it is felt that one will

be acquired by the time the sea

son gets underway.

Brown who is on his way to the

Braves, is expected to have a great

season and will be a key factor in

manager ellman's championship

plans. Both Correa and Hudson

will definitely see a lot of action
as they both possess very good

assortments of pitches and are ve

ry eager, for work. 14

The imported pitchers. Maran-

da of the Austin club and Mesa of

acramento. are1 being -tontentt

non to contriDute neaviiy in tne

copping of the title for lieu lieu-man.
man. lieu-man. -

:The catchmg drudgery will be

shared bv Kellman .and Herman

Charles. It is expected that

Charles will see a lot of action
as long as his hitting is as good

as it has been for most, ot, tne

last two seasons. V

The Infield, providing a few "ill

are surmounted, could very weu

be the best in the league, offen

sively and defensively. Clyde Par
ris at third. Cleveland-bound Clar

ence Moore at short and big

leaguer Hector Lopez at second

constitute the incumbents for these

positions.

Lou Limmer. ex-major leaguer,

is being sought to handle the first

base chores but nothing definite

has been reached in this effort.

Frank Austin, veteran ex-Chester

field, shortstop, will see action this

season (With the Beermen in u

tility role. If it is "established that

Frank s knee injury is satisfac

torily healed the fans will probab
ly witness an exciting tussle be

tween himself and Clarence Moore

for the shortstop position.

The outer defense will boast of

an excellent trio of flychasers. Nat

Peeples, back after an absence of

trone,; and Reinaldo XJrenald jaro jaro-expected
expected jaro-expected -to win the title of tho

nest outneid in the league. All thr

ar i accomplished center s fielders
but Shetrone will-be assigned that

spot .with i Peeples in right i and:

urenaid m left, Peeples already
well known as jl speed marchant
will nave- pleasant company is

Shetrone who is considered verr

fasti himself. :jy.. ?H

As mentioned earner, one th ,.

"ifs" are overcome. manaeer KeU

man should be. sble to remain -in
the thick of the fight 'with agopd ;

cunuce.oi emerging, victorious. vin
summation Us J'jfs'; are (a) the e- -quisition
of a good southpaw hurt- -er,
, (b) the landing of Jiard bit-

tmg nrstbaseman. and (ci a aound

Frank Austin'U ?t Al,

CAMP BIERD 7:00

lan Ladd Rossana poaesta

C 8A N T.I A G 0'"

In" ClnetnaScope to Color!
riwl Rhnw 10-30 n.nf.

'Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo"

Comlnc November 23rd

"The Glenn Miller Orchestral

BALBOA COCO SOLO

ToTake

Lee MacPhail'jJob
'new- iomeik.
man, 35-year old ex-second Base Baseman,
man, Baseman, is considered 1hs No.! 1 ean ean-didate
didate ean-didate to succeed Lee MacPhail.

who 41 leaving, his: nost ; as idMe

tor 'it pIarw'ifrioiiBel'J 'fer--M
New, York Yankees to lwcomo

general manager :rfA : the Bajti-

more ."Orioles.-t;:' .v.-.-,'.'.

Cblenian has ; Seen- assistant kt

rector; of plsyer ttonnei forfthe
last, year. Johnny NJobnson,anias NJobnson,anias-sistant
sistant NJobnson,anias-sistant dTrector:of vth Yankee'

farm; system, is no'J leading

canqiQAW. -V-i '"'

The 41-year old. MacPhail. ; son

of the famouSfstarry. trill taka

over the .direction of the 00'
front Toff ice with ipiul lUctowds
restrfcto&i his IctivWes to tho ;
field mangersmp.SRteblrdfcwsi

crtncizefl--recentwri becaflsr-.
he has not had te?me to devbto
to strchs imnortantf front offie

duties' as scbntinl arbung iiyerr.K

MacPhail said he wLtt J assirmo

his new duties during, the -last

week of 1 November, 1 just' before
thei starts of the winter ifiu ba ll r

toeegiuat4:wahmgtoh,,fD-c::-'

wv"r j! saiu ne wouia not an announce
nounce announce any' definite, plans until ;h v

unu? cuiuerrea wiin Hicnaroj. ;.
Whatever :

.f LOU BRISSIl H:'S -Left
for dead -on a battlefieW-ln

Italy; during World War II, ; Lou

Bjissie fought his way into-, tho
major leagues as, a "pitpher after
23 operations pn .bis nearly-sbat-
tered left leg. 1 Lou' wouldn't let

them amputate in' a- f ield hOsnitaL

threw away his crutches in -1946,

played minor: league ball in-1948
and reached tins Philadelphia Ath Athletics
letics Athletics 11948; ;He won 14, lott ilO
that year and had a 16-11 record
in 1949, considered reat with; a
club like the lowly A's. The next
season, however, hevwas 7-19 and
was sold to Cleveland where he
closed his career in 1053 t with, a
lifetime': 4448..i ;s 4'H
i. -r V; -:. V
Whatever Happened to Lou Brit
sift Now 34. Lou heads the American-Legion
s vast junior baseball
program with, headquarters at In-

ihree years, along with Barry She- dianapolis.

PIN POINTS... No. 8

Find Your Starting Spot

Eighth of an instructional e e-riet
riet e-riet written for NEA Service and
champion.
By LINDY FARAGALLI
ABC Al-Evontt Champion
1 A proper stance consists of much

mare than merely sianuing vu

the approach before sorting the

delivery; ":

Stand four paces, from 12 to 16

feet, behind the foul linej since

we advocate the four step delivery
and slightly to the right Side xf,
ihe lane. Depending on the length

of your steps, this may vary some

what, so experiment to una
starting spot which finds you fin

ishing im two to six incnes iron
the foul .Vie af.er your delivery.;.
The hr.rlv should be erect but

relaxed and at right angles td the

foul line with the lett tooi twp or

tnree incnes aneaa oi mo
The thumb and fingers of the fight
hand are in the holes, the pall
ballanced in the lett hand. ."d

i It's best if you. hold f the ball
sauarelv in llront of you. anywhere

from the chin to the waist, where wherever,
ver, wherever, it is most comfortable, so
that vour nush-awav will be

smooth v and rhythmre. Although
many bowlers are able to use a
crouching stance, as a Tule ,' the
Weight of the ball will pull you
dff balance- and ruin the entire
approach if the crouch is exteme.
A relaxed stance allows the max

W-"'" '-'''V' .'
J K C 1

r
i: i W I

6TARtHolI the ball whW4 4
jeyerttmoet comforU.b :

Ing one

imum in concentration-

1



FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1958

THE FAJVAMA AMERICA AN INPEPENDENT DAItT NfWSPAPt
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ID)
650. Sprint Rac-
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Four Nevcomers Make Debut
In 'Special' For Non-Winners

;'V ft.":5?'

c6tico will have his hands full tomorrow afternoon
when he attempts to'make it two straight against a
- strong Afield of. third series impprtecl racers which
. incluos the jmpi-QTed router Playboy in the feature
ed $650 seven furlong sprint at the President Remon

Narco ico- was fighting winner
n the lower.' .'bracket tart week
with Alfredo Vaaqueawba will -jain
be in, the saddle, doing the
looting. He won by, a neck over
lie vastly improved Riotous..--
Playboy, -which: will be ridden
y Julio Rodriguez as usual, wat
:h'id behind Michiripa and Rostto
Maria. These latter two will bo h
oe absent' from the picture tomor
row; afternoon. v. .,j,r
Their places will betakea by
Sputnik and Cervecero; Sputnik
rested last u K while Cervecero
won in, the lower bracket and was
moved up, tfus ling Amado Cred' Cred'-dio
dio Cred'-dio will guide Sputnik while Eml
lio Dario will have the leg up on
Cervecero.. ... ..... rt ....
Red, tabel. Distlngo nd .PhilipW
pon round out the sevens horse
Held. Red Label will be ridden Jay
Francisco Justiniani.' He was Ua
strong closing fourth .behind tfo
I.

Race Track Graded Entries

9 P. 'Hmm
cke $.
1st Race -f Special Imp. V,Vh
1st RACE OF
1 Teddy
2 Mama Lola
3 Doha Flora
4 Mi Qautiva
5-Porrn M
6 Manuela Pe.
7 (Mulchenp
g-(Nebrisca 1.
F. Alvarez 112
" Bv Baeza 110
J. Jimenez 107
j G. .Milord 102x
A. Credidio 105
G. Sanchez 105
J. Talavera 10S
O. Bravo flia
2nd Race 7th
Series Imp. S Fgi.
- 2nd RACE OF

1 Mi Locura B Baeza 115 Distance to liking 5-2
2-Juinir -i J,i Talavera-112'- 'Usually disappoints. 5-1
3-Introduction A. Alfaro 105, Would pay -off 30-1
VButilante i F. ;varez110. --Hard to, beat here 5-2
5- rDeungalopef J, AYeaza- US 3 .Rates good .chance 5-1
6- Colmado. ,G.t.Milord UOx y-Returns teady for fh' 3-1
7- rKing John, v A. Credidio 107 Could score here 10-1
S-El. Fakir Si-l Carvajal 107; -Aiming for payoff to 1
aVrCortiglta' G- Sanchez 110 Longshot possibility 5-1
10 Don Dani J. Gongora 110 Good early speed 10-1
11- Ramo "tJ8ft Aguirre 112 rrRan well in last 44
12-(Cbivilingo H;j Macias UOx Doesn't seem likely ' 44
13 (Dobje ijaOvA;Vasque31l5i;Dangorua,iConte0dei!. .44
Jrd" :Rae'Hritfafiv 'Peel tierra 1:06
. ONE TWO
1 Don Grau v 'B. Baei 110 Poor recent races 5-2
2 Filon ,' M.. Guerrero 102 Wide open contest 3-1
3 Mellizo G4 Milord-112x Mutuels favorite 12
4 Ocean Star J. Talavera 1U .Reportedly ready 3-1
5 (Sidetar f J: Avlla'il5 Refuses at start 41
(Bagdadv A A. Gonzales 105 Hopelessly outclassed 4-1

4m Raee 'O" '.Natives

.PPure 1375.00
QUINIELA

1 Gold W,
2 Folletito
3 Guacamaya
4 Mayrita
5 Don Vito
6 Don Manuel
- A. Alfaro 112
G. Milord ll2x
4, Talavera 110
A; Credidio 105
. A. Ycaza 110
B. feguirre 110
Itk Race "Nen-Wlnnere" Nat. ;4
1 Zia .E. Dario 10
2 S.ilver Sun C. Ruiz J.10
3 Miss Lucy r f. Justinian! 107x
4 Patsy A.. Vasquez 115
5 Montelina A. Credidjo 105
4th Race
"Spet al" Imp;' 7
, Jet-RACE
Pp.
OP
1 Alamito
2 Arctic P.
3 Mauriclo 1
4 Mondesir
5 Nedrey
Coltro
7 Tarasca
0 Metafierro
A. Perez 110'
M. Hurley 112
S. Carvajal 115,
A. Vasquez 113
R. Cristian 112
O. Bravo 115
F. Alvarez112
B. Agiiirre 110

Trh Race th Series Imp. 7 Fps.Purse 5400.00 Peel Closes 4:10
2nd RACE OP THE DOUBLE

1 Alucinado
2 Greco
3 Michaiix
4 Del Vecino
5 Double- Dee
S Vergniaux y
7 Trirreme r
Im.'Ratt'E
S
1 Blanquita
2 Naranjazo
3 Black Bee
4 Linda Susy
5 Solito
6 (Takeaway
7 (Rabiblanco

Hi Cristian 108 -Good early; speed 5-1
ir Talavera -lltf Ekrly speed only 25-1
'A. Vasquez IIS Couid repeat here 5-2
A. Ycaza 110 Tough group here 3-1
& Baeza 112 Form indicates 2-1
J. Ulloa HZ In fight to finish 81
p .' G;itord401:jr, Apparently outclassed S0-1
Netlvet'i Ffll. Purse $37$:00 Peel Closes 4:40
... QUINIELA : -W.
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. J. alavera ,113; Could go all the way 31
B. .Aguirre 1.10! Jockey only handicap 4-1
G Milord 103x Was never be ter 3-1
J. Jimenez 118,- Way down in class .10-1
C.i Quiros ilOit Not good enough 15-1
B. Baeza 112 Form indicates ; EVEN
A. Credidio 108 Can make it too EV?N

frh Race 5th Series Imp, I. Fgs.Purse S500.0Q.
'. ONE TWO

1 Destello
2 Ionia's Pet
3 Loberia
4 Now Then
I Lark
Charicleia
7 Plateado
r ';'J. hillips 112
G; Milord I07K
, G'; Sanchez 112,
' Ar Vasquez, 112
, B. Aguirre .115'.
B. Baeza 113

!flR. Cristian 110Dis ance to liking ,1'

IQtK Race 3rd Serlei I mo: 7
1Sputruk r A Credidio 105
2arcoti ;;' At; ;Vasque J10;
wDteUng-,!'.i-';-AiekHittk ,t03f
4 Red Label F. Justiniani 102x
5 Playboy ; J; Rodriguez lift-
frWlipipon;,Ci Delgado J02x
T-rervecerct y g.-Dario 105
fltrV Race 7m$rjes Imp. f
1-Postin :$).yiiim
iell
les 411
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, 3,reundore.KiVed,?liaHaf losHhis speed

4-Tat.rt
k J. Rodriguez 1151

4-Brote
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B.r Baeza .113

chiripa, Rosita Maria and. Playboy

last Monday;- ; -Distineo,
which finished Jlfth in
the same race; will .' have Andrea
Gonzalez in the saddle while .Phi
liDiDon.".a bad trailer mone he
same group last time, will make
the trip with apprentice rider Car
los Deleado on his back.
An added attraction wil be the
$650 ven furlong ."special", -for
imDorted Hon ,- winners in which
four Chilean newcomers are sched
uled to make their local debut.
, They will so in, the autb race
which opens the second doublet
The auartet is formed by through,
breds recently bought in Chile by
track manager Pablo. A. Thayer,
They. are- Arctic. Princess, Maun,
cio, Coltro and Tarasca. Also nr
teredUfor this race are Alamito,
Mondesir, Nedrey and Metafierro.
Nine other races are included on
an at ractive program.
Commtal
Odd
Claws 1:00
Purse W50.09
THI DOUBLE
Pool
Could take it all
- Vastly improved
Nothing to indicate
Could surprise
Nothing recently
Form indicates
Fractious; can win
No. 1 contender
)
31
41
30-1
5-1
1- 1
32
2- 1
2-1
Purse
THE
'J400.00
DOUBLE
Poel Closes 1:30
Pool Closes 2:3"
Form indicates
Could surprise
Usua ly close up
Distance to liking
Could be upsetter
Not against these
.EVEN
3- 1
4- 1
3-1
51
154
Purse $300.00 Pool Clens 3:00
Showed speed in debut 5-2
Silver Domino-Sun Cheer 4-1
Sure to finish last 25-1-
Seems, best here 3-5
Brief early speed 10-1
Purse 1450.00
THE DOUBLE
Peel Closes 3:40
Early speed only
Has good rating t
Could score in debut
Impressive debut
Hard to beat here
Could make it too;
Has good workoutr
Trails far behind
10-1
41
5-1
3 2
32
4-1
41
1001
Peel Closes S:1S
Distance hapdicaps'
Could go "all 1 he way
Dangerous this time
- WiU fight I. out
Must go much lower
Shou d beat tbei
101
41
, 31
2-1
15-1
x 8 3
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Purse $450.00 Peel Oesei 1 1:40
Always danaeroui
- Back m best, wrm
Could surprise
Was seven better
Seems best here ;;
- Ou,atsed her"e
10-1
EVEl
60-1
10-1
-Must improve more: f-''Jt
ps-Pufse 4O0 O0 Peel Cieses
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- 1
Favorite: can lose
EVEN
' 101
- .52
Pastes at getaway
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York flannel on his shelves at rt. Jbeonara wooa, nao. ivudck
has been, called into th Army for a six-month tour of duty.

By OSCAR
NEW YORK (UPI) "Sleepy
Jim" Crowley was carrying the
Jail agains tor the legendary
"Four Horsemen" of Notre Dame
as they discussed the late Knute
Rockne. 1
"There never was a man with
his integrity except on the day
of a foovbau game," crowtey saia
"On that day, Rock was a con consummate
summate consummate liar."
There were chuckles as they said
this in Scranton, Pa., from Harry
ChiVitHrahar in Pittshitroh F.lmjr
Iayden in Chicago and Don Mil Miller
ler Miller in Cleveland; - ;
For this was five-way ? telf telf-phone
phone telf-phone conversation as they dis discussed
cussed discussed the profile of Rockne to be
televised Sunday by PBS un its
"20th Century Series." v
"On the dav of a same. ', Cro
ley, .aided, "he was a great nra.
tori great actor who could make
his lips tremble a.t 4 will and ; put
a tump -in is inroat is wen
as, -like I said, a consummate
liar.'; ;
in substantiation. Crowley told
of the 1923 game against Army
Rockne moped into the dressing
room and, with a deep sigh, told
his grjdiron gladiators:
Plres Up team
"I just heard Army is not only
going 1 0 kick us off the field but
also off their schedule.
So Notre Dame charged out and
Won the game,.. ,' f r 4
And we found out on Monday
that the day before the game
Rockne has signed a new agree agreement
ment agreement With Army for five mpre
years," Crowley summed up.
Miller, breaking in from Cleve Cleve-land,
land, Cleve-land, to'd f 1925 when Notre
Dame' wh rnintf Mnrhu,s".rr,
10 to 0, at half time.f Rockne had
been studying (; CaftoUeisnv '. and,
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storming into the dressing room,
raged ac his team:
"This is a fine religion you got
me into. So now, when I'm con converted,
verted, converted, you letthose Methodists
come down here from Chicago
and walk all over us."
Notre Dame barged out. and
came back to win 13 to 10.
"But," Miller added, "What we
didn't know was that Rock wasn't
a Catholic. It was year later
before he became one.
4 Rockne Ben .Mota
They talked, as if they were
face to face, about the Rockne
bon mots which became a part of
looioau otsiprjv use me urns oe
said: t ?! :,?' 'i
"Okay, now let's try old 91-the
play that was so succesfful a-
iainslspdrie Millinery. l a i t
iau.-' 4 km.. f 1
And. his description of brains
and football:
"It seems to me to be quite il illogical
logical illogical when people thing that 11
football players who are very
smart and alert on the field must
'herefore be very dull and stupid
in the classroom. And it seems il
logical to think that .because, if
those boys are very dull and
stupid on the football field they of
course are. going to be good Stu
dents in thesclassroom."
Layden added soberly that the
Rock was a "great inspirational
leader" but Stunldreher summed
it up best.
"He worked on your pride.'
.hid little' Harry. "He always
called us 'men, not boys. So we
played thai much harder" to live
ud to that 'man label.' And it
wasn't 'my' team, it was 'our'
team."
Hearing them talk, you knew
' that because of "Rock" it still Is
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By Conrado Sui geant

A special program has been
scheduled at the President He Hemes
mes Hemes : racetrack for Tuesday,
featuring- the Veterans Day
Handicap on Nov. 11. All war
veterans are invited to attend
the races as the racetrack's
guests of honor.
" 7 0O0
Nine newcomers will break in
to the local racing picture this
weekend. Six of them, four Im
ported thoroughbreds and two
natives, are slated to go tomor tomorrow;
row; tomorrow; the others on Sunday.
The natives are the two-year-old
thoroughbred filly Silver
Sun,-a bay daughter of Silver
DominoSun Cheer that Is own owned
ed owned and trained by Prudenclo Pi Pi-nlllo,
nlllo, Pi-nlllo, and Miss Lucy. The latter
Is a three-y ear-old grey filly by
MlcrobloNavldad. She is owned
by the Stud Riviera and trained
by Augu'sto Walker.
. The imported horses are Arc Arctic
tic Arctic Princess, Mauriclo, 'Tarasca
and. Coltro. Tarasca and Coltro
are the two most impressive of
this quartet, all of which are en.
tered for tomorrow's sixth race.
Arctic Princess, a four-year-old
chestnut daughter of Le Tel-lier-Artimafia,
Is owned by the
Stud Hermanos Guanti and
trained by Juan Quantl.
M a u r lcio, a four-year-old
chestnut filly by TalmadQ-Origi-
naria, is the property of the
Stud 4 Ases and trained by Dan Daniel
iel Daniel Clhiglio.
Coltro. owned by the Stud 13
and trained by Noel Mason, is a
four-year-old bay colt by Tal
tal-Castella.
Scheduled to make their debut
on Sunday are Joyero, Indian
can ana victoria Regina.
Joyero, which is a scheduled
starter in Sunday's first race,
is owned .by Gustave and Le Levy
vy Levy and trained by James Sil Silvers.
vers. Silvers. He is a three-year-old
chestnut offspring of Gay-wood-Pledra
Linda. Saywood
Is the same Irish racer that
thrilled Juan Franco racegoers
years, ago with his closing
spurtg.
Indian Call, a- three-year-old
Drown daughter of Welsh Hon
ey-Indian Air, is owned by Vin Vincent
cent Vincent McFarland and trained by
ueaaia silvers.
Victoria Regina, most highly
rated ot the three newcomers, is
a ; three-year-old chestnut
daughter of Golden Triumph
Stella Regina. fine is owned by
tne stuc Buefca Fe and trained
by LUls H. Farrusrla. Golden Tri Triumph
umph Triumph was one of the few disap disappointing
pointing disappointing thoroughbreds bought
by the late Don Antonio Angui Angui-zola.
zola. Angui-zola. He raced at the now de defunct
funct defunct Juan Franco oval with lit little
tle little success.
0O0 t
, Ramon NavarrO has taken
over the training of the Frank
X. Zeimetz string of racers in
place of the suspended Manuel
Rivera... .Golazo became the
property of Mrs. Iona L. de
White and will continue to be
trained by Henry White. .-. Jose
Reyes Olguln Is the. new owner owner-trainer
trainer owner-trainer of Argentine colt Don
Cirilo. :
Alarico, Monitor, Embassy,
Mondesir, Carlyle and Gramllla
will race under the colors of the
Stud Venezuela. They formerly
raced for the Stud Copacabana.
Tomas Blackburn will continue
to train the animals.
Francisco Morales Chac6n has
taken over the training of the
Stud Corzo's Introduction, The
Squire and Barloa Morales
Chacon will also train the Stud
82's Tanganica and Guarare.
Racetrack Tips
By CONRADO
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2- Mi Lecura
3- Mollizo
4- Goldan Wonder
SPatsy
6- Mendesir'.
7- Deube Dee
5- Tskeawav (t)
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Jockeys Oscar Bravo, Carlos
Bovu and Rolando Cruz top topped
ped topped the list of jockeys sus suspended
pended suspended ever the Panama Inde Independence
pendence Independence holidays. -)ach got
four meets. Bravo paid a 40
fine and will be back in actiop
tomorrow.
Bravo was set down for failing
to make the weieht on Introduc

tion in Saturday's eleventh race.
imroaucuon was also suspended
for four meets because his train trainer
er trainer scratched him although there
were 'other professional riders a a-vailable
vailable a-vailable who could make the
weight.
Bovil cot his nenaltv for fall
ing to show un tp ride. Matricu-
iaao in Saturdays sixth race and
railing to sena an excuse.
Cruz was suspended for crowd
ing Voltage asrainst Penin and
causing iockev D. Bnrrett to fall
off his 'fount in Sunday's sec
ond race.
Hubert Greaves, E d u a r d 0
Yountr. Guillermo Milord. Cruz
snd Jose O. Mendoza netted Jt5
fines for minor infractions. Ten-
dollar fines were meted "ut to
Vidal Torres. Ernesto Navarro
and Reginald Douglas.

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AMADOR CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP
Ethel Perantie, playing fne ste steady
ady steady golf, stroked her way to the
championship 0 the Fort Amaciur
Golf Club downing veteran, Pearl
Trim in the tinal ma ch 2 and 1.
jhamp, Ethel!
Ethel not only won the cham
p onship, bu in a 9 ay off for the
medalist spot agains Connie Bi
shop this past week, 'he fi.ed v
very nifty 75 to cop the medalist
as well.
Wlrle we are on the subject jl
fine golf and E hel-she has prov
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Ribger Tournament with a fin
gross 64 to da e. Pearl Trim
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w th a neat 65 gross.
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good friends, B. J. Nelson an
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finally sneaking one In on the 19 I
hole to win 1 up!
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age. We offer top quality
furniture at factory prices.
Call telephone 3-0998 for
appointment.
We furnish free transpor transportation.
tation. transportation. M UEBLES
P A N A M A, S. A.
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INTERNAL DE
RARDO No.
FARMAC1A
rTinmiArll vr aV to
ATHIS-Beilde the Bella Vfarta Theatre
Automobiles
FOR SALE: Will exchange 54
Buick Century, hard top and
cash, for lata model sport car.
Call Albrook 2207.
FOR SALE: Excellent Cadillac
hardtop coupe, priced $100 be below
low below Bluebook. Panama duty paid.
Phone 83-6230 evenings, 501 -A
Curundu Hgts.
FOR SALE: 57 Ford Custom
300. low price, like new. Tel. 2 2-1629.
1629. 2-1629. FOR SALE: 1957 Morris
"1,000" traveler in excellent
condition, very economical
Phone, Balboa 2871.
FOR SALE: 1953 Pontiac
Chiettian, WS tires, radio, good
condition. Price $585.00 cash
only. May be seen at Quarry
Heights, building $164. Be Between
tween Between hours 0730 a.m. 4:00 p.
m. or call 82-5220 or 96-3-1895
after 4:00 p.m. Sp-4
Cowin.
FOR SALE: 1953 Oldsmobile
Super 88, duty paid, good condi condition,
tion, condition, good price. Call 4-1 178.
FOR SALE: 1951 Morris
Minor, duty paid, good! condi condition,
tion, condition, $325, or best offer. Contact
A3c Bob Cole, Phone Albrook
4237 or 2155.
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth
station wagon. New tires, excel excellent
lent excellent condition. Tel. 2-3033.
1
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
panel trucks sealed bids only will
be accepted. Bids to be opened
midnite 28th Nov. 58 Trucks
may be seen at N.C.O. Open
Mess, Ft. Gulick C.Z.
Funeral Services
Held Al 51. Jilt
For Crawford Pair
Funeral services were concluded
vesterdaV afternoon at the St.
Paul's DiscoDal Church by the
Ven. ArdeasjOf "Lemuel B, Isnir-
iey antrwiernev. rr. iiuiiaies. ior
Dora and" Walter "Crawford, who
died as result of a two-car col
lision on the Trans-Isthmian High
way Tuesday .morning.
"Wally," a Panama building
contractor and his wife, Dora
were well known on both sides of
the Isthmus. The rites in the
church where the bodies had
been taken from the Santo Tomas
Hospital morgue at 10 o'clock,
was attended by hundreds of pur pur-sons,
sons, pur-sons, who followed the funeral to
Herrera Cemetery where inter
ment was effected by the Ven Arch
deacon Shirley and the Rev. Mo Morales.
rales. Morales. Survivors of Mr. Crawford are:
mother. Mrs. Bonifacia Crawford;
sisters: Mrs. Edith Pilgoin, Mrs.
Ins Emmanuel, Mrs. Florencia
Washington, Mrs. Porotea Ed
wards, and Mrs. Teresa Gongora,
residing in Belize, British Honctu
ras, and a brother Joseph Craw
ford.
Mrs. Crawford is survied by
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
Best; Brothers: Moses, Blue, Mal Malcolm,
colm, Malcolm, a sergeant in the U.S. Ar Army
my Army stationed at Fort Gulick and
sisters, Dorothy, Silvia and Minnie
Best.
all
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Home Articles
FOR SALE: Bamboo excellent
condition. Settee, two chairs, cof coffee
fee coffee table. Also carved Chinese
chest of drawers, call Balboa
1091 after 4:30 p.m. or see at
5628-D. Hecker St. Diablo.
FOR SALE: Vacuum cleaner,
best canvas, wide deer horns,
mounted coil spring; crochet
bedspread; Kelsco clock 11 -3 1
"i" Street, across from Tropical
Theater.
FOR SALE: 1 all porcelain 9
cu. ft. refrigerator, new 60
cycle unit, $50.00 0434-B. An Ancon.
con. Ancon. FOR SALE: Simmons cushion cushioned,
ed, cushioned, porch chairs, $5.00. Call
Panama 3-3347.
FOR SALE: Ten aluminum s
blinds for duplex. House 2811,
Apt. B., Cocoli. Joe H. Goodwin.
Phone Pedro Miguel 4-467.
FOR SALE: Wrought Iron sofa,
S3 .chairs, wfoam rubber cush cushions;
ions; cushions; 2 tables, 2 lamps, $85,
RCA Hi-Fi Console Model, $90.
Call Balboa 1683.
Slayer Claims
He 'Hears Voices'
Urging Him On
LAS VEGAS. Nev. (UVD "T
hear voices. In Los Aneeles last
week they compelled me to come
to Las Vegas to make a human
sacrifice." i
Jack Rainsbereer. 23-vear- old
Los Angeles handyman described
as a sort of a genius, told sher sheriff's
iff's sheriff's deou'ies Wednesday how he
selected at random al23ryear-old
Amr-m'.1. 1 Air I
"ww-ecpjuiuiner a victim in a
rittiai; leading, to tape and death.
jiamsueiger -Hia no. was (.wai (.wai-dering
dering (.wai-dering the streets of this desert
resort Monday looking for a vic-
um io saennce wnen ne noticed
Mrs. Erlirie Folker in a stationery
firm where she worked as a sten stenographer.
ographer. stenographer. He had never seen her
before, Ra.insberger said.
. I decided 1 Wit. sacrifice
herMhe ex-convfet said. He wait
ed outside the 'building, until it
closed,; then followed Mrt, Folker
to her car and iorwft her- at knife
point to drive into the desert.
"i iorc.e,a ner.. to narx the car
out of' sight (about nine miles
south of here)i: then I aacrificed
ner," flainsbergep saAd "Jt was
all part of-;y;regu!ar ritual, but I
can't tell ypti .oy' I g( through
u.
Showing littje r m o r s e, the
solemn-faced confessed killer told
police of cutting Airs. Folker's
throat with a butcher knife.
Her body was found ini the des desert
ert desert Tuesday.' She had been bound
and gagged with her own under underclothing
clothing underclothing al' hough she was still
wearing a skirt and sweater. The
knife was found thrust upright in
the sand a short distance from
the body,
Rainsberger, described by a for former
mer former employer as a genius-type
who was always talking of higher
mathematics and "other high lev level
el level things," was arrested Tuesday
night at a hotel as the result of a
false robbery report he made for
some unexplained reason.

Exciting Action Drama of
Gunfighter Opens Tomorrow:

"Cole Younger, Gunfighter"

at the DRIVE-IN Theatre

;.,( :t" S.( ; '
.f

rrn. f th most infamous periods In American frontier

LUtory, tha day when the dreaded "Bluebelllea" waged
a im nt terror and violence over Texas, Is dramatized In

Allied Artists' exciting action film: "COLE YOUNGER, GUN
FIGHTER," opening TOMORROW, SUNDAY and MONDAY
at the "DRIVE-IN" Theatre. y'
Th nicture. filmed in dnemaScope and color by De

Luxe, atara Frank LOVEJOY, James BEST and Abby DAL DAL-Tnnl
Tnnl DAL-Tnnl .ni haa a stronr suDDorttnr east that includes such

favorites as Jan MERLIN,

CER. Alnsle PRXOR, George &EK mas, jonn maawh-iju
ant Dan- SHERIDAN. Advt.

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Three strand Rat Rattan
tan Rattan set includes three tables ex extra
tra extra covers and rug, $175, oln oln-infreom
infreom oln-infreom set, mahogany, $1 70.
Dumont 21 Inch TV and table
$200. 1953, Pontiac, 4 door hy hy-dramatic,
dramatic, hy-dramatic, v excellent 'condition,
duty paid, $800. Tel. Balboa
4495.
ji """"' r
FOR SALE: Like new I Vs Ton
Air Conditioner. Used only 1
week. Call Michael McCafferty
-3-0140. !-
OUSTANDINQ SELECTION OP
BEAUTIFUL AND EXOTIC U.S.
AND EUROPEAN CHRISTMAS
ORNAMENTS, DECORATIONS
AND LIGHTS IDEAL FOR
HOMES. STORES, CLUBS AND
ORGANIZATIONS AT BUDG BUDGET
ET BUDGET PRICES.
AMERICAN .SUPPLY CO. "J"
ST, 13-06.
FOR SALE: Television antennas
and masts at one third1 cost. Volt Voltage
age Voltage rectifier (6 to 1 2 volts )
Repair parts for radios. Various
hand tools. TROPIK-SHOWER
water heaters. Via Espafta No. 3.
Tel. 3-7357 or 3-7336. open
Saturday
FOR SALE: VM Hi-Fi; General
Electric vacuum cleaner; maho maho-ganey
ganey maho-ganey double dresser; Norge
washer; Norge dryer; Chrysler
aif-conditioner, 1 h.p.i Chrysler
air-conditioner, A h.p. Coldspot
refrigerator; Ascot waferheater.
All items in excellent condition.
Call 4-1 178.
FOR SALE: 1953, Pontiac, ex excellent
cellent excellent shape, dutV paid, new
tires, and battery, recent over overhaul,
haul, overhaul, serf feeling, tubes, hydra hydra-matic,
matic, hydra-matic, original upholstery. Must
be seen to appreciate. Mahogany
dining room set. Dumont TV set.
Call flalboa 4495.
FOR SALE: 5 tires with Inner
tubes, Goodyear, 6.50x16, 6-ply.
Good condition. $10.00 each.
Tel. 2-1790 (Smith! Almacen
Philco.
- CANARIES
FOR 'SALEf AustriHaa) para parakeets
keets parakeets and canariea' of various
colors, moderate price. Phone 3 3-6271,
6271, 3-6271, 50th street, between 4th
and 95th.
: Motorcycle
FOR SALE: 1952 BSA, Gold
Star, 500 c.c. See or call Brooks
Claxton. Tel. Panama 1-3493
after 4:30.
College Students
Discuss Program
On CFN-TV Tonite
A rrnsx section of students at
tendine the Florida State Univer
sitv collene nroerant for the arm
ed force? will be interviewed on
the CFN-TV "Spotngnt, -snow
fi:sn n m. tomeht.
Maj. Clifford T. Jackson, Signal
Seotion, USARCAniB, will repre
sent Armv nersonnei: a i r m a i
Francis Al Close is to be the Air
Force representative and Mrs. Do
rothy R. LinebacK no tsarry xi,
Kenealy will represent Civilian en
rollees on this panel discussion;
The students will discuss their
impressions of the program, 4 what
they are setting from it and bow
important it is to them.
Myron HALEY, Douglas SPEN,

1 k .. f 1 seaaeaapai

Real Estate
FOR SALIt Lote 500 aid 1.000
snctera, in Hie Nueve Hieodrem
UrhanixatioH, across the Remes)
Racetrack. All loH with street
fronts, sewage, water mala and
electricity. Call W, McBarnert.
Tel. l-257.
i.i V '"' f' "' I, ii
Boats Cr Motors
FOR SALI: Oibin cruslof 17'
"xl 1 V l,r m,BOiil,
planked hull, Ready to to. Phona f"
2-1163.
loberlo Eisenmann
o Head New Dellec
nvgslmenl Offices
The Deltec Corporation of 72
Wall Street, flew York city, has
announced the appointment of
I.: Roberto Eisenmann, as vice
president in charge 3 of their
Panama offices. Delteo and Its
associated companies have offi offices
ces offices in Lbndon, Frankfort, Gen
eva, pans, Buenos. Aires, Cara Caracas,
cas, Caracas, Rio de Janeiro. Bogota. Bei
rut, Seoul, Guam, and Toklo.: ;?
Time Magazine in July carried
story on Deltec board chair
man Clarence J. Dauphlnot Jr.
It dealt with his nioneerlne work
in raising investment capital in
Brazu among people who had
never owned stock before, to de develop
velop develop new industries for the
country. ls methods have set a
new Investment pattern. Deltec
president Charles W. B. Warden.
Jr., and the other board mem
bers. well known in Intnmsttnnal
banklna anrt fnvpatn-atae
In Panama Deltec will offer
investment oanKin : a t r vice.
loans to foreign borrowers, com-
modity and merchandise f nanc.
ing, private placement of Latin;
"""w vHumn anort
wim paper among ranama resi-
(fonts linrlprwriHriff liiniiwt art

WWUHUVV.MUU ,UVUI
disttibution of securities, aridh 5

aavisory service on investments.
r JBlsenmann,,,w chairman
the board of'spveroi Panam.
corporations which Include
Cuentas Comerclales S.A., Servl-
clo de Seguros. Cia. Inversion-
ml :Zn7ZZ-'
teles Interamerlcanos and
Panama Steel Company,
Pope John XXIII
Immensely Grateful
To American
; v
inew lUJtia iuri) -jrrancis

Cardinal speiiman oi wew yote tle Rock fchools closed rather
and James Francis Cardinal Mc thaB to e them integrated. Al Al-Intyre,
Intyre, Al-Intyre, of Los Angeles aaidyester-ford'i election was a ratification

w. a '.

day that Pope John xxju; was of theil. earuer backing'
"immensely grateful to the Amer-Faubug .? 4
lean people for everything they. j0hn"F. Wells, publisher

have done for the suffering peo
pie of the world."
xne wo prelates, wno reiurneu
from Rome by plane, said
new Dope had shown treat inter
est in the American people and
had talked at length with them
about the Roman Catholic Church
in America.
"I am surr that Pope John
try as best he can to know

mucn as ne can aoout our coun- croachment on states' rignts, ana
try." Cardinal Speiiman t old! t think this was lust an outward

utn.uiLii t. jurenuu nupvita
lie aaia uie rope reKreuea

he never had visited the United her of the Caoitai Citizens Coun

States since his election made

improbable that he ever would School Corn., said Hays had "lost

come to this countrv.

"The traditions are for the know of no behind-the-scenes in in-pope
pope in-pope to remain in the Vatican," fluence of the state administra administratis;
tis; administratis; cardinal said. "I don't think tion. It would appear that the
this will change. There were- re- same voters who so whole-heart-

ported that Pope John wished

visit umraes and his xormer lgtrauon suaaeniy aecmea me,

archdiocese, Venice, but these
ports were denied

after t they I

were circulated."
Tunisia To Gel
Of Amis
From US. Britain
PARIS. Nov. T (UPI) --The
C mnA Hvitain annn mill mil

shiDment nf lieht anrf semi-heavy Harry S. Ashmore, executive

infantry weapons to Tunisia

with

French approval, diplomatic ourc- llvO.IUR Plane

es said today. -.vV.iif..t

The shipment wul be v tangible D A 4. L,; ?N DAI

proof of westerm soUdsrity r

lumsian rresiaeni jhsdid oourgw-

oa, wno last montn : oroae cupio

unuv rviauuiia wibD "UK
announced, "I am western

wm remain so'." i i feature oi tne semimonuny oun
slMt anrl- riat nf the ahioment dav nieht dances with the appear

were not disclosed. But it is

pected te be enough to equip a zn, u. s. Army uarnson,
few battalions of Tunisia's tiny Amsdor.- i ;

army and to be deuverea wiuuai nasan, wno is weu mown u

a few weeks. V, ;'. v
Tsrlt Frnrh annrnual la
crv from the situation a year

this mnnth whnirthit TI.S. shiDDed I own sonss: amons them, Hiccups

500 rifles and 500,000 rounds of Earthquake, and It There f Hef
ammnnitinir tn Tnnila while Brit-lven?, i A, J ;-J;,t"'.'.'-"'W-

ain AMvmnA ft atarilnv tnhm.1-1 All aervlcemen i and their fa

nhineeuns and To' Bren suns
ammunition.

Miscellaneous

'ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
; DRAWER "A". DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
l FHONI BALBOA 1709
NURSERY SCHOOL. Mouse 175.
Mortar) Avenue, Balboa. Trans Transportation
portation Transportation provided, call Balboa
1214. t.yw-:.-
CAMERA REPAIRS. All makes,
II work fuaraotead. Call NAT-,
IRS 103 Colon, 80S 7,. 7th Street.
WANTED
WANTEbf Cooks far Rastau Rastau-f
f Rastau-f rant. Write to Boa 199 Panama,
etatlnf experience and initial sal salary,
ary, salary, -i J'
1953, 54, or 55 Ford, Chevrolet
or Plymouth passenger car or
; station waion. Good condition.
yCash. Phone 2-1767 Balboa,
after 5:00 p.m. .phone : 6-114
Gamboa. yX
WANTED TO BUY1950 to
1953 Chevrolet, cheap but cash.
Phone 2,0740, Mr. Diaa.
LOST:-'Boxer pup. 7 months
Id, 28 Oct. Female, color; raVa
with white markings. Call Navy
Pacific 24S2, REWARD.

Little Rock People Provide

Answer To Alfqrds .Victory

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (UPIW
How did a political neophyte who
wasn't even, on the ballot 'drum
up enousn wrue-in voies on lues
!ay ,eat 8bt-term con-
" xrrzzi-Z Vw ..s. i
42 .ve ear nose "and S
43. JaUnoll.f?f&:
SonM m7W5S&-
school Board. His campaiga natf
the tacit support, of Gov. Orvat JS
1 iri,,i. -J.
The loser was Rep. Bfooks
of Hays, who describes himseil as
I "moderate seereeationiit" an
who arranged, at the beginning nt
Lime Rock's school crisis in 1957,
lJ?.e 1eein bitw"n1
Ml' to solve the problem.
Some citizens have- soma -an
swers to the question hanging-in
the minds of thousands oi race-
conscious southerners and many
northerners as tyelte'-S v
-Jimmy Karam. Little- Rock haBr
erdasher and elaSe friend of Fau-
ttus, said, "It was a .victory t

for

states' iigms -and me -governor s
stand. The people spoke their

hackinc nf Faubus. first in re-

electins him this summer, ,and

j "i- th. nt
a I BCI.VUU 1U suuua. cu mwou mo akew

of
v
and

- Mr.0nal friend of Hays, said

J believed the result was culmini-

tm ao.nt.ment which had been

the mounting for veara aaainst Hays'

- 1 it wriiv ,nff attitude" toward

habor, taxation and the racial
problem.

Claude Carnenter Jr.. who

quit

las an aide to FauDUs to manage

will Alford's campaign said, "I think
as the people resent federal en-

I 811 WW Ul mat i ccuviiicu..

mail nr. juaicoim U. layior, a mem

it pit and the Little Rock Private

tnurh" with his constituents.

to edly endorsed the Faubus admin

re also needed a new congressman.
Mrs. L. C. Bates, state presl
H it of the NAACP. said the

set of Hays1 will lave little effect

nn th inteeration situation.
the final analysis, we are going
get relief through the courts.'

Mrs. Margaret jacsson

,nrsirlnt nf the Seefresatioft I s

mothers' league : of Central High
School: "I am sure 1 the voters

remembered that the governor

aooroved of Dr. Alford. ine
U. ters wanted a man m. action
a I ntpsil nf an illtePratlOnlSt.
I ;
witb ixwv.iv !.m !V"
Vi
and The USO-JWB announced a
ex anca 'thls Sundiy, of Pfc. Al

con

.ileal rock'n roll fans nr. tut

scin

far I tillatinf entertainment at the
afo I no. wiu present several of
wiUi lies are invited to attend
dance which begins at S p.tt.

Wanted lady fee fceeam

part time t lob.. Must 1 soeak
Spanish and English. Write R. E.
Hopkins, Bex 1715, Balboa, CZ.
SERVICES
TELEVISION SERVICI
We repair la your -heme
we dealt prttend to guarantee
wr work. We guarantee It v
PHONE THE EXPERTS;
CRAWFORD AGENCIES
v Tel. 2-1905
Tlvon Avenue No. 1 1-20
TELEVISION SERVICI
.Prompt eervice
. Bostoa)f Technicians ........
30 years In electronics ........
6 MONTHS GUARANTEE ON
. parts Installed. Ask far MR.
TV Paaame 2-3142.
Protect your heme aad proper
ty against Insect damage.
Prompt scientific treatment oa
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
BpkerCraduates
With High Honors
Capt,; "Walter L, Baker Jr.,
the 4th Gun Battalion, 517Ui- Artil.
leryFort Clayton, was honor gra
uate of the officers' class which
completed a week's training at tb
USARCARIB Chemical, Biological
and Radiological Scv
He Is with the battalion's Head
quarters and Headquarters Batte Battery.
ry. Battery. L
editor of the ArkaBsaa Raiatto h
(an editorial, said Alford's victon
"stands as the most convineim
example lo daWof the depth o;
feeling -and lack of percepnon'o:
thepeopl f Little Rock and Ar
'BrodknHajrs wss defeated be
Cause, he, insisted that his const!
tuents would have to face th'
reality f sfederar; law, and eoulc
tmiy worsen 1 the situation of re
sortingto extralegal means t
resist f o r d e r s of the f eder a
courtsA
.
Today's Opening
STOCK; PRICES
NEW -YORK. Nov, T (UPI)
The stock market regained its ad
vance tendency at a moderate!
active opening today following
selloff ,from' (he highs lata y ester
Despite its dip from the bes
levels, iiowever, the market man
aged to close the previous sessiot
at m recora lugn,
'At ind
Advocate Asbestos
Amer Cyananud
Amer Motors
Am Tel and Tel
Anaconda Copper
Arkansas Fuel
Atlantic Refining
AVCO Mfg.
Rethlehem Steel
Bicroft Uranium
British Pet
Burroughs
CandianEagle
Celanese
Cetro de Pasco
Chance Vought
Chicago Gt West
Chrysler
Cities Service
Coastal, Carib
. Creole Pet '.
Crown Corp and Seal
; Cuba Venezuela Oil
Day strom, jj
uPont?f;;
El Paso-Nat Gas
.Eversharp
Fairchild Eng
. Fargo Oil
Felmont Pet
Gen Dynamics
. Gen Elec -. u
: Gen Motors
Gen Plywood
. Getty Oil
Gulf Oil
Harsco Steel
Hyaden Newport
Hewe Sound
Imperial Oil
Int Petroleum
Int Tel ind Tel
Martin' Co.
New Enff,Tand t
Northop
Olin Mathieson
Pantepec Oil
t Phillips Pet
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Underwood :
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'Unit Canso Oil
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US Steel
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3:15 Dinah Short
3:30 Opn Mind
4:30 Telesperte' Digut
5:00 Fury
5:30 PANORAMA .
T:00 People's Choice
7:30 It Could Be Yob ytli

8 :00 Country America
R:00 Boots & Saddles
9:30 Thin Man
10:00 Wretllnp
11:00 CFN NEWS
11:15 Theatre: There Ain't
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Balboa High 3 2 0 .600
Junior College 1 2 1 .333
Cristobal High 1 2 1 .333
INTERSCHOLASTIC
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Balboa High 2 1 0 .667
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Hang On In Closing Seconds
To Preserve 7-6 Win Margin

BHS Establishes
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Parents of a number of junior
and senior students at Balboa
High School have been notified of
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experimental "advanced achieve achievement"
ment" achievement" sections, according to the
current issue of the Panama Can Canal
al Canal Review.
The sections have been estab established
lished established to give academically talent talented
ed talented students en opportunity for
broader training and more exact
ing work than in regular classes
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Special Classes
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Although the program is on an
experimental basis, the establish establish-.ment
.ment establish-.ment of the "advanced achieve achievement
ment achievement sections" is in accord with a
recommendation of the National
Education Association for group grouping
ing grouping academically outstanding stu students
dents students for study.
The overall program was the out outgrowth
growth outgrowth of national concern about
the rale of advancement in scien scientific
tific scientific and technological fields by
today s graduates from American
schools. Recommendations for the
special sluoy groups resulted from
a convention of more than 200
prominent educators held last
February under the sponsorship
of the NEA.
Anticipating such a program,
school offic.al began studits
last spnng prtpararory to tho
stablishment of special classis
on a trial basis for tho academi academically
cally academically taltntod students of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High. That studios includ included
ed included a careful examination of
scholastic records, intelligence
rocords, ach evment tost scor scores,
es, scores, and other pertinent criteria.
The selection of the students
now permits their admission into
class groups which will have more
exacting standards and special
training in their subject fields.
The program will be under conti continuing
nuing continuing evaluation and students who
fail to keep pace will be returned
to regular classrooms.
Advanced achievement sections
have been established for seven
subjects: solid geometry, inter intermediate
mediate intermediate algebra, English 11 and
12; United States history; phvsics;
and chemistry. Students selected
are those who have shown special
aptitude in a special subject,
some students winning the honor
of being placed in more than one
academically talented class.
Establishment of these outstand outstanding
ing outstanding student study groups will not
effect the l.ormal class schedules,
since the size of the Balboa juvor
and senior classes are such tnat
they are already divided into sec sections
tions sections for scheduled classroom work.
As it becomes apparent that the
prograi.. is successful, advanced
achievement sections will be add added
ed added in uther subjects, and extend
ed to lower grades.
Polio Suspect Due
To Reach Balboa
On Tanker Sunday
An ambulance will be wait waiting
ing waiting on the dockside at Balboa
on Sunday to take a suspected
case of poliomyelitis from a
shin to Gorgas hospital.
The ship, the tanker Diloma
from Auckland, radioed its
agents W. Andrews and Co. in
Balboa to make arrangements
for the patient's disembarka disembarkation,
tion, disembarkation, following a diagnosis
which was made bv radio by a
doctor on another ship.
The patient is the second
steward, believed to be Chinese.
The Diloma left Auckland Oct.
11 and the steward was taken
ill Oct. 15 with paralysis down
one side of his body.
Radio contact was establish established
ed established with the doctor aboard the
Rangitiki, and from the symp symptoms
toms symptoms he said it was almost cer certainly
tainly certainly a case of anterior polio poliomyelitis.
myelitis. poliomyelitis. It is understood that no spe special
cial special security precautions are
being contemplated when the
ship docks at Balboa because
the period of incubation of the
disease has passed and since
no one else aboard has been
taken ill, the ship is consider considered
ed considered safe.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a. m. today is
prepared bv the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
i Balboa Cristobal
i TKMPKRATURE:
High
Low
84
72
A
72
NK-7
.66
82
73
HUMIDITY:
High ....
Low
96
73
WIND:
(max. mph)
RAIN (inches)
N-9
.58
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 82
84
BALBOA TIDES
SATURDAY, NOV. 8
High

Low
6:50 a.m.
7:17 p.m.

:23 a.m.

12:56 p.m.

Story by TREVOR SIMONS
Pictures by VERN RICHEY and BILL KIRKLAND
The Balboa Bulldogs threw the Canal Zone Isthmian
football race into a virtual wide open dogfight at Balboa
Stadium last night when they hung on in the closing sec seconds
onds seconds of the game to edge the Athletic Club Rams by a nar narrow
row narrow 7 to 6 margin.
Playing some smarter footbaH, In punt situations,
than bad been their practice in previous games this season,
the Bulldogs discovered that the right foot of Phil Cage
was capable of keeping them out of trouble repeatedly.
Cage punted four times which was equal to his total punt punting
ing punting output for the season up to that game, and averaged
35 yards per kick.
The Rams had been described pre-season, as a team

that would have to pile up a
of the game in ord
er to hold
dly in the
expected to tire badly
just the opposite. Trailing 7

minutes of play, the Athletic Club menaced the Bulldog vic victory
tory victory by scoring late in the game, but failed to notch the
extra point.

In fact, all the scoring in last
nieht's eame was concentrated
into the last quarter of play.
The first three quarters naa
been a contest of punting be-
tween two of the top specialists
on the canal Zone. Jack Corrl
Sludenfs At BHS
To Display Science
Studies Next Week
The emrhasls on science and

mathematics study continues in! A baa pass from center caused
Balboa High School during the the Ram's quarterback to fum fum-international
international fum-international Geophysical Year, ble and before he could recover

The emphasis is to be demon-
strated by the students of sei-1
n.lluu Utah K-Viim1
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durina- American Education
week, No, through Nov. 15.
The observance 01 American
Education Week and the Theo
dore Roosevelt Centennial coin
cide this year., Thursday has
been designated as Visitors' Day
ki Balboa Hieh School for
American Education Week. The
same dachas been set aside to
honor aTheodore, Roosevelt as a
social iriuiiuw,:
Scientists emphasize the eon-
tinued need for social change
along with scientific advance
ment. The science students nave
chosen Thursday to emphasize
their studies to the public.
The physics department will
have demonstrations and dis displays
plays displays of radiation detection
equipment. Chemistry classes
will demonstrate the processes
of filtration and distillation in
addition to having displays of
quantitative measuring appara apparatus.
tus. apparatus. Biological displays and de demonstrations
monstrations demonstrations have been plan planned
ned planned by the students of biology.
Although Visitors Day has
been set lor Thursday, Nov. 13,
interested persons are invited
to visit Balboa High School at
any time. Arrangements for
proper conduct of a visit other
than on Thursday should be
made through the high school
office.
Pan American Club
Shows Decorations
At Balboa School
The Pan American Club of Bal-
boa High School was honored last
week by receiving permission to
display the highest orders and dec-
orations awarded by the govern-
ment of Panama.
The decorations were displayed
in the lighted showcase on the
main floor of the high school build building
ing building in connection .with the observ observance
ance observance of the independence celebra celebration
tion celebration of the repubbc.
The decorations, for the first
time displayed in this manner.
were loaned to the Pan American
Club by the Vice Minister of Pub
lic Health, Don Gavino Sierra Gu
tierrez.
The club committee in charge of
the arrangements for the display
includes Elia Chaluia, Marcela
Arosemena, Silvia Cruz, F 1 o r
Diaz, Eileen Ruess, Ronald Leg Leg-giere
giere Leg-giere and Luis Martinelli.
South African
Court Slaps Fine
On 128 Africans
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa
(UPI) A magistrate's court
yesterday imposed three pound
($8.40) fines or three month jail
sentences on each of 128 Negro
women arrested following recent
demonstrations against a new law
ordering African women to carry
passbooks.
Five women were acquitted.
The women were found guilty
of breaking the Criminal Law
Amendment Act and obstruciing
police. Hundreds of others remain
in jails awaiting hearings on sim similar
ilar similar charges.
Until last month, only men were
issued passbooks, without which
Africans cannot enter the city to
work. The issuance of new books
to women is now proceeding with

out protest.

good lead In the early stages

on to any victory and were
final half. Last night It was
- 0 moving into the last few
gan, booting; a better than 40
yard average for the nieht kent
the AC In the game while Cage
did his part for the Bulldogs,
Balboa's deepest penetration
, was to the AQ 31-yard line in
lthe second period and the
Rams' greatest threat was mid-'
way through the third quarter
when their drive stalled on Bal Balboa's
boa's Balboa's 23-yard line.
The Bulldog drive to score be begun
gun begun with about five minutes re remaining
maining remaining in the game. On fourth
down, with Athletic Club In pos possession
session possession on their own 45-yard
line, Jack Corrigan was back to
K1CK-
enough to get the punt away,
the Bulldogs had swarmed all
nvor Vilm
. w ...ill.
The Bulldogs took over on the
AC 38-yard, line and In but three
plays they had racked up a pair
of first downs to the AC four four-yard
yard four-yard line.
An offsides penalty against
the Rams moved Balboa to the
two-yard line from where Phil
Cage went off tackle into the
end sone standing- up. On an
identical plar. Car, mraln
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r.-" r ne extra point
i l"n,.u"T turned out to
.be the deciding- factor for vic victory.
tory. victory. With four minutes remaining
In the game, the Athletic Club
took over on their own 48. Carl
Tuttle swept around the left
side and then through the mid middle
dle middle for the first down on Bal Balboa's
boa's Balboa's 32. Jack Corrigan picked
up another first down for the
Rams over right tackle to the
Balboa 18. On third down, with
11 yards to go for the first down
from the Bulldog 19 yard line,
Jack Corrigan unleashed a pass
to Ed Cunningham in the Bull Bulldog
dog Bulldog end zone.
The pass went off the fin fingers
gers fingers of Phil Cage, standlnr di directly
rectly directly in front of Cunningham
and into the waiting arms of
the AC end.
Jack corrigan tried the mid middle
dle middle of the Balboa line in an ef.
fort to knot the count, but
failed to go over. Three plays
Met the game had ended and
1 ju.mua won it 7 to 6.
Charlie French was top ground
,a,n,er Tf0' the night with 68
, yards. In the battle fof the lead
m that department tkii r
P'cked up on runner-up Carl
Tuttle.
Cage had a total of 83 yards
on the ground, while Carl Tuttle
could compile only 46
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background are' Tony Dyer (29); Ken, Fullerton (23) and"charle, WiWof the AthletloClub,
dIus a host of other players, hot as -close to the main action '-.

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