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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
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English
Donor:
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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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]
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Panama -- Panama

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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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Tomorrow's Fl ag jtijsingf
M7 Open Roosevelt Week

A VOfficiat openhg of thV Roosevelt Cen terrnial Week tomorrow through next Sat
tirday in the Canal Zone wili b th$ raising of flags on both-;idet of the Isthmu uh uh-der
der uh-der the sponsorship of the Canat Zone Coun cil, Boy Scouts of America." The' flags will
be raised at 8:30 a.m. '( '- A- ' ' .
aiOn the Pacific side, the flag wilt Wra fsed on the talftaff Jn the little, park or
which face the Bajboa post office, the Balb oal Service Center and the Balboa' Retail
. tore. A military band and! Boy Scouts'! fro m Troop 5, Svtuke Cathedraland Tropp
15, Albrook Air Force base wilt take part in this ceremony, j, ;
fOn the Atlantic side, the flag raising; will take place in front of the 'TMargarlta
Fire.Station., Taking part,in this ceremony will be Boy Scout Troop 12 from Catun
ancf Troop 8 from Fort Culick ' .J

fJhurches in the Canal Zonet
will honor the 26th President ol
th Titiited States tomorrow,
The Canat Zone Committee
off ihe Roosevelt Centennial
set- Sunday as the beginning
of the1 local Roosevelt observ observance
ance observance because ot the part which
religion played throughout
Roosevelt's life.
' Materials have been distribut distributed
ed distributed to the churches through the
.unotinn nf thp American So-
clety arid further- development

o?:the rengious meme
... to,; toe .rrilvldual,;cuxchey
J. The "film ? strlpheodoi-e
Roosevelt Doer of the Word,
with accompanying sound com commentary,
mentary, commentary, which is available from
the Canal Zone, Roosevelt com committee
mittee committee on; requests was shown
lor the first time on the Paclf c
Bide' Thursday1 night. The audl audl-ence
ence audl-ence was composed of members
of Boy Scout Troop 5 at the Ca Cathedral
thedral Cathedral of St. Luke.

TellcrOf Tailzie
Gets 15-Day Term
For Loitsrinn In CZ
journed ,a,se ksterday;t have
a "very taU ale2 1old m W-
defendant-, checW. by the .police,
decided later hir.the, .day. that the
defendant was? just trymg to puU
wool over his 2feye after all,
The man, Augusto Hurtado,
Tnnamanian was charged With
Initprinr at AncoR and breaking
probation. The Judge sentenced
him to 15 days jail on each?
Vhen lie first 'appeared, "HUrv
tado told the ,judg a man had
hired bim at Corozal pass office
to be a watchman at Ancon and
anion him fUshlieht and 50 cents.
He told his story in so much
detail that the-judge ordered the
case Investigated thinking a prac practical,
tical, practical, joker might have "hired
him. Police later reportedv how however,
ever, however, that thejS.could not trace the
individual who! was supposed to
have hired Hflrtado and nobody
in the pass fficei Remembered
Hurtado, it f as revealed, had a
long record in Ithe. Canal Zone for
loitering and "Jpetjt larceny,
Solon Suggests
Alford Be Denied
Parly
Privileges
-' WASHINGTON (UPI), Rep.
John A." Blatnik t (D-MiAh.) told
House Democratic leaders today
their party should dehy its priv privileges,
ileges, privileges, to a Little Rock segrega segregationist:
tionist: segregationist: elected to the next Con Congress.
gress. Congress. .... j
In a telegrani to Speaker Sam
Rayburn and mother top House
Democrats, Blatnik said Bn Dale
' i Alford ran as an independent In
his surprise write-in defeat of vt vt-eran
eran vt-eran Rep.' Brooks Hays; (D-Ajfk.).
"Therefore," ihe Jaid, "(Alford)
ehould V listed in the congres congres-innal
innal congres-innal roster" of the 86th Congress
, as an' independent and should not
. be extended the privilaes of the
Democratic Party when they cau-
. CUS." ; V
Amontf other thine, such a
move could keep Alford from get
ting any important -committee as
atunments. ''"N
: In Little Rock, Alford said, "1
definitely do plan to enter uo
orM : as-a Democrat.
"I consider 'myself a lifelong
Democrat," m said when ques questioned
tioned questioned by a reporter, "and, s for
my political- belief, I' Believe I
nude it clear' in my campaign
that .lthnueh 1 dn not aeree with
the policies now obviously being
; espoused by iDemocranc; nation national
al national Chairmanl Paul Butler, 1 have
no intention of leaving the party
vm"I am an Arkansas Democrat
nd my first loyalty is to the des designated
ignated designated head Of the : Democratic
Partv; in Arkansas.'
P Alford ran as- a ; segregationist
Sgainst Hays, ho held tne seat
lor eignt terms ana was me reg
11 sr Democratic nominee. Al
i though he conducted only a brief,
last-minute esitioa'v for write-in
votes, he edged lliys a "mod
erate on' the, seeregafon ques question
tion question by some, 1,300 votes.

-The filnr wifl also be shown

tonight at the First Baptist
t;nurcn- m JaiDoa iieignis witn
a second showing scheduled for
the same church, next Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday evening,
Other Pacific. Bide showings
are at the Curundu Protestant
Church, tomorrow night and the
Balboa Union Church on Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, Nov. 16.
; ; On the Atlantic' side' the film
will be 'shown at the Margarita
Union Church:, tomorrow night;
at the Bethany Baptist Church
in Rainbow City Nov. 16, and, at
the Triiity IMethodtot Church
lnCplonNov;7 A
"Theodore Roosevelt, Ameri American,"
can," American," a 35 mm film, will be
Shown at theaters in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone aspart of the observ
ance of Roosevelt Week.
The 20-minute film will be
shown at the Balboa Theater, to today
day today and tomorrow at 1:45, 4:00,
6:15, and a:30 p.m; i
- Before the 8:30 showing to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, the ''Barber Shoppers"
will present a selection of songs
of the Roosevelt era, including
"Alice Blue Gown? the favorite
song of Mrs. Alice, Roosevelt
Longworth, eldef daughter of
the former Pr$s,,$int, The "Bar "Bar-bey
bey "Bar-bey Shoppems'" flN be directed
by Gordon Dalk&.
, The mOvie nwilt be shown at
Paraisb Monday at J o'clocjff afcj
Diaftlo'TUaday at 7 o'clock; at
Margamar xnursaay as e:is ana
8:05; Coco Sblft, TTidaJr ai 7
e'clockt at Gatun '.Saturday at 1
o'clock' and Sunday and -Mon-
t'day, jPIov. 16 ano? J7 at Camp
Tomorrow the' Camp ; Bierd
Theater will present a soecial
program of music of ijthe Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt era by the Arpeggio ;plee
Club '"under the direction of Al Albert
bert Albert Aj Griffith, with Len Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, tJianist.
' Some of the flavor of the
Isthmus when Teddy Roosevelt
walked throuch the mud nd
water of Cnlebra Cut to watch
Gol(. Hill belnr ripped away
Iran Says Russians
Should Practice V
TEHRANlanI I'.fiJPlV
The Iranian eovernment denied to
day-that it had broken a defense
treaty with the Soviet Union and
tola the Russians stney : snouw
practice what they 'preach.
In an official note-to the Soviet
government, Iran rejected Soviet
protests against its 'rightv to nego nego-iate
iate nego-iate pabtg ; with foreigtt : powers,
andr Jsaid it reserved, a fright to
make its decisions '" on security
matter's. A. V ;v
However, Iran tempered its note
by saying it was gratified it had
assurances from Moscow it would
not be threatened by its neigh
bors,, especially the Soviet Union.
The Iranian-note was in reply
to Soviet-allegations that Iran and
ine united states naa negouatea
secret defense treaty. : v :
I expressed "great regret and
surprise at the Russian allega allegations
tions allegations and said no situation had a a-risen
risen a-risen in the country's foreign pol policy
icy policy that warranted such note.
The note made no mention of
the Russians turning down an Ira
nian invitation for President Ku-
ment Voroshilov to visit the coun
ty ... :
The invitation had been extend
ed after the Moscow visit of Shah
Mohammed Reza Pahlevi.
Producer Of
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fWE YORK (UPI) The pro producer
ducer producer of the television show
"Twenty-One" was indicted yes
terday on cnarges ot giving vne
wrong answers to a grand jury
investigating; reports that TV quiz
shows had been fixed.
. The producer, Albert Freedman,
was arrested shortly, after -he was
named in an indictment charging
him with two counts of perjury;
v Freedman, whose ,: show gave
away giant jackpots of hundreds
of thousands of .dollars' during its
two years and one month on the
Aif. could be. fined $10,000 and
sentenced to 10 years in prison f
F-pedman was taken in hand
cuffs to police headquarters after
his arrest to bs lingerprmted and

will be present forold timers
and lohnny-come.latelys of

less than 25 years. ; of Canal
service next Friday night at
the Tivoll.
The occasion will fee a Construction-Day
style topen house
and dance. The dance will be one
of the social highlights of the
week and Is expected to attract
a capacity crowd, t
Songs, dances, and. chit chat
of the early 1900' will be a cen central
tral central theme of the night's enter entertainment.
tainment. entertainment. Those desiring to at attend
tend attend have been cautioned to ob
tain their tickets early because
of the limited number which
will be issued. v
The number of tickets, which
will be sold for 75 cents each,
will be limited to the capacity of
the ballroom. i"
Invitations are being .Issued
tq all Roosevelt Medal holders,
both visiting and living here
on the Isthmus, ag veil as to.
the list of special j iruests for
the Roosevelt Week Centennial
observance.
Door prize surprises are plan planned
ned planned in addition to special favors
for the men on entering the
ballroom. Refreshments will be
served during the evening and
music win be provided for oanc
ing by Ronnie Amatov and His
Social BevenSI fcroutf front JLI-
brook Air Force Base' V -A
1 ; upturn; ciiucinuxuciiu Kill uc
provided Harnett and Dunn will
give exhibition-dances, as will
two of their vriunsr pupils.. The
second half of the entertainment
program frill be a songf est : of
oldtime numbers led'by Seymour
Barkowitzi This twill consist of
songs by individual singers and
community-type singing.
. Because of the limited num?,
ber of tickets available, -they
-will be -distributed for Canal
employe, through the various -bureaus.
'A- A '
.Tickets for sale to the general
public will be available .during
the coming iweek, as long as they
last, at the -Tivoll Information
Booth, and the Balboa and Mar-
garita Service Centers. i
E. A. Doolah, personnel direc direc-tor,
tor, direc-tor, is. chairman of the commtt commtt-tee
tee commtt-tee in charge of arrangements.
Because 0f,he type of pro
gram .. and entertainment, the
old Tivoll ballroom is expected
to be reminiscent of the famous
Saturday night dances of 50
years ago, and next Friday
night's event will rival the re reception
ception reception there two years ago
when the 50th anniversary of
the Tivoll was celebrated.
Jock F. Chrysler
Of Auto Family
Dies In Hospital
NEW. YORK, Nov. fr-(UPI)
jacA F. Chrysler; 46, a member
of the automotive family, died In
LeRoy Hospital here yesterday
after a heart attack.
Chrvsler was a son of the late
Walter P. Chrysler, founder of
the Chrysler Corp. He was chair-
man of the Chrysler zeder Corp.,
a business development concern,
and member of the New; York
and American stock exchanges.
Chrysler is survived by his
wife, the former Edith Backus,
a daughter Helen, a son Jack
jr., a brother Walter Jr., and a
sister Mrs. Edgar W. Garblsch,
Another sister, Mrs. Byrori Foy,
died earlier this year. I X
X2V Ch6rged
' v-. r
. :
photographed. He dented as he
left the district attorney's office
that he had lied in telling in investigators
vestigators investigators that he never V gave
questions and answers to contest contestants.
ants. contestants. . I. .- i.
"Everything I told the f.grand
jury" is true," he said. -'
Freedman later, was arraigned
and released in the custody of
his attorney, Edward H. Levine,
pending the posting of $100 bond
SiturriflV. .1
Levine said the charges against
Freedman were ridiculous." He
said headline coverage of the TV
quiz show investigation had condi conditioned
tioned conditioned "the minds of prospective
jorors to a one-sided view on the
imne." 'i
The National Broadcasting Co.,

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Mm
Canal's
Saves
' Residents of the little Da Da-rien
rien Da-rien town of El Real cheered
long and loud yesterday for a
little Panama Canal dredge
which has saved their town
from being swept Into a river.
For many years. El Real has
been menaced by the fast-flow-
irte' River Tuira which forms a
tight horseshoe on one side of
the .town, The Tuira, wnicn
becomes a raeinir. torrent in the
rainy season, has'been relent
lessly chewing away at her banic
and has encroached so far that
the town has been falling into
the river.
Every year for some years past,
the river has cut another 30 feet
into the townsifje, toppling hous houses
es houses lntoithe water and leaving
others perilously perched on
their stilt8 on the brink. The
shifting waters have recently
been attacking the town's grave
yard.., .v;i : .
- esteraay,, however, a large
dynamite explosion resounded
Posf-Xmas Gills
For Zopihs:
Income Tax Forms
WASHINGTON (UP!) The In
ternal Revenue Service will start
mailing out a record 60 million
individual income tax returns
shnrtlv 1 after Christmas.
4personsJ 'who did not file lasu
y'eard.vhe'flon'f i5t;fOna. Jn
the-Vil may obtain- them- from
post offices; banks and 0&aln-
'Officials' said", the service; held
oft mailin out the returns until
after Christmas so they would not
swell the normally heavy-Christmas-time
burden on the post of office.
fice. office. :
"Th most important change1 In
this year's: tax filing: procedure
is that the (short, punch card re
turn may be used by taxpayers
who earn up to $10,000 a year.
Previously the punch card tould
be filed only by those making up
to $5,000. :" rn
On the long return; the-ell
known form 10 f)A, the seryice
has dropped the controversialex-
penses account line 6 (a;, wmcn
set off a storm of protestwhen
it was annotmced last yeari v 1
NEW PANAGRA REPRESENTA REPRESENTATIVE
TIVE REPRESENTATIVE Panagra (Pan American American-Grace,
Grace, American-Grace, AirwSys, Inc. today ': an announced
nounced announced the appointment of Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco de la Guardia. Jr.. as sen
ior representative for Panama. De
la Guardia has bad ten year ex experience
perience experience in the aviation Industry
and for the past five year has
been sales manager for Pabagra
in Panama. He is replacing Stan Stanley
ley Stanley W. Burke, Jr., who is leaving
Panagra to join Pan American
World Airways as director for Ni Nicaragua.
caragua. Nicaragua. With Giving
which aired VTwftnty-One, dis disclaimed
claimed disclaimed any connection' w i t h
Freedman.
"As aO employe of a .Barry
and Enr'ght partnership, he
served as producer of theTwenty
One program," NBC' said in a
statement. ''When NBC assumed
production responsibilities ot o r
'Twenty-One''. Freedman 'rws re replaced
placed replaced as producer of the pro-grtm.!,,f:,trixv-.
"
. lack Banry and Dan iEnright,
co-owners of Production 4 Services
Inc.; originator and producer of
the- how,' said in s statement,
"Al Freedman has been. associat associated
ed associated with our organization 'fpr sev
I faith in his integrity. and. we are
I confident of his ultimate vindica

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Mews

Home-made Dredge 'Mandinga'
El Real From Falling In River

over the Jungle and the towns townsfolk
folk townsfolk of El Real drew a sigh of
relief as the swirling river
dropped its level and slowed
down, and the bulk of the tor torrent
rent torrent rushed harmlessly down a
new channel dug by the Pan
Canat dredge Mandinga.
Today, the tiny, eccentric-
looking Mandinga which was
home-made on the Canal from
spare parts was steaming down
the river towards the sea Jto a a-wait
wait a-wait a tow back to the Canal.
The ceremony yesterday of
blowing up the plug to let the
river plunge through on its new
course was attended only by lo
cal people and the men from
theT)redglng Division who have
been working on the $80,000
project. Among them was Caot
George Suddaby, master Of fee
Mandinga.
The new channel is 3125 feet
long, 60 feet wide and 10 or 12
feet deep. It cuts across the two
arms of the horseshoe.
A request for aid to the Pan
Canal by Panamanian authori authorities
ties authorities was made a year ago. and
operations started in May this
year. ;.-
The Canal fs charging tthe
Panamanian Government the
Carilrs Slalemenl
To Be Sutimifled
As Testimony
Ann JEugate'a 163-page istaisment
about W. part" m Oarles Stark Starkweathers
weathers Starkweathers murder-ifampare .was
Expected to be submitted today as
evidence is the.Wyear-old girl's,
first degreemurder trial.
,y7"'h. w'gnr.
statement never has. been re
leased. A copy as given to her!.

counsel shortly before the nai.
began two weeks ago, but prose'.,""" "uy '1

cution and fleiense were proniDitea
from releasing it unless it is ac accepted
cepted accepted as evidence.
Caril is charged with aiding her
boy friend. Starkweather, 19, in
the slaying of orfe of the victims,
Robert Jensen, 17. Starkweather is
appealing a death sentence for the
crime, and Caril is subject to the
same penalty if the jury finds her
guilty.
Starkweather was cross exa examined
mined examined Thursday on his conflicting
statements about the 11 murders
he has admitted committing or
being a party to last Decmber
and January, 10 of them in the
company of caril.
In on-agaln-off-again attempts to
"protect Cari'," he first said she
had no part in the slayings. Then
he reversed himself and said his
first statement was "a bunch of
hogwash." He doesn't care now
whether she lives or dies, he said.
Starkweather said he regretted
most of the killings.
"I didn't feel very good about
all except one," he satf. "I didn't
feel I did the right thing, but I
didn't feel sorry for him Marion
Bartlett (Caril's stepfather)."
Defense attorney John McArthur
read Starkweather's grisly state statement
ment statement in the slayings of Caril's
mother, stepfather and their baby
daughter, and the account stripped
Caril of her usual calm. :'
The girl's pale face reddened.
Her eyes filled and tears ran un unchecked
checked unchecked down her cheeks. She bit
her Mps and, occasionally whis whispered
pered whispered to herself.
Starkweather said he killed Bar Bar-lett
lett Bar-lett because the older man came
at him with a hammer, Mrs. Bart Bartlett
lett Bartlett because she ran screaming
at him, flourishing a Jmtfe, after
her husband was killed, and the
baby because she' cried.;.
When Caril came home from
school, he said, he foo'ed her with
a complicated story about her
family being held hostage,
her husband was killed,

Grand Jury Wrong Answers

Uon."
"Twenty-One." once rated as
the most popular televiion show
in me nauon, maae us ucuui uu
Sept. 12, 1956, in the initial surge
of Interest ; in quiz programs. It
bowed out last Oct, 16 a'ter be ng
plagued by dwindling ratings ana
the "fix' charges.
Top winners on the program in included
cluded included Elfrida von Nardroff,1 who
received $223,000,. and Charles
Van Doren. who answered $129 $129-Q00
Q00 $129-Q00 worth of questions.' They and
many other winners denied they
ever were fed answers. ;
Barry, master of ceremonies of
the program, and co-producer Eo Eo-right
right Eo-right both denied all c h a r g s
made against the quiz show. .'
.The district attorney began an

bare cost of the operation.

The miniature Mandinga, the
only dredger here which could
have done the Job, was specially
built for work on the drainage
of the East Diversion opposite
Margarita to reduce mosquito
breeding. She will go back to
that work when she returns to
the canal.
Congress Will Be
Asked For Adequate
Foreign Aid Money
WASHINGTON, Nov. S (UPI (UPI-The
The (UPI-The Eisenhower administration
has fired an early -gun in its an annual
nual annual fight with Congress for for
eign aid funds.
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles told a new conference yes yes-terriav
terriav yes-terriav that desoite the adminis
tration's new economy drive he
expected it would ask Congress
for "adequate" foreign aid mon-
ey' -A
H aid thi case "for a conti
nuance ot a suostanuai mutual
security program is. .overwhelm
ing." He expressed nope mat we
new heavily-Democratic Congress
will agree,
The Democratic-controlled 85th
Congress this year appropriated
$3,298,092,500 for foreign military
and economic !d program 652
mimonlaraless
isfenhower featteati
Tisked about, reports, tht Demo Democrat
crat Democrat next year would Remand Remand-bigger
bigger Remand-bigger voice in foreign policy, Dul Dulles
les Dulles said he was not worried at all
'lZ:f
about the people with- whom he
!,,.. .Bd Senate forlien affairs
5nd appropriaUons committees,
, .u i.
i:;rth7n aAT
-
CZ Police Chief
Instructs Men
To Crack Down
Canal Zone Police Chief B. A.
Darden announced yesterday he
is instructing his men jto be more
strict in enforcing regulations ap-
playing to what are' commonly
known as "the minoriiranic vio violations."
lations." violations."
f
Darden, who recently returned
from a meeting of the Internation International
al International Association of Chiefs of Police
at Miami, said the IACP heartily
endorsed the idea of strict enforce
ment of minor traffic violations.
"Thp IACP delegates were horri
fied at the-salughterftakini place
on the highways," Darden stated,
and without exception "their ex experience
perience experience was that strict enforce enforcement
ment enforcement of minor (traffic violations
resulted in greatly accident and
death rates."
Darden said special stress would
be placed on nabbing drivers who
violate regulations involving 4top
signs, hand signals, leavfcgVcar
parked with the motor running,
an riding bicycles at nibt with without
out without lights.
He also called attention to a
coange in the regulations issued
last summer which says drivers
must come to a complete stop db
. ..min risht on a red licht.
whether it is a, red blinker or
solid red signal. Previously a mo
torist could turn right on a solid
red if the way were clear without
coming to a complete stop.
inquiry after Edward Hi'gemeir
Jr., a former contestant on t h e
(CBS) "Dotto" show claimed that
program was fixed.
"Twenty One" came under
fire from "Herbert Stempel, who
had oiled up $60,000 In winnings,
before losing to Van Doren. Stem Stem-pel
pel Stem-pel charged that he had been fed
answer and' then had lost to his
successor by pre-arrangement.
; The investigation signalled the
demise o' the giant jackpot shows
The sponsor of "Dotto" droppad
the "show. '"Twen'y One" got
the ax Oct 16. "The $64,000 Chal Chal-lege"
lege" Chal-lege" also fel by the wayside,
and 'last Tuesday, "The $64,000
Question," which launched the TV
quia show craze more than three
years ago, also went off the air.

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Ground
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Including
Some news of the Cessna
with five people aboard, is

Narrow

wanen jungie near Mandinga by tonight
Twenty-five separate reports of a green, silver and
black plane with a rotating red beacon a description
which could fit only the missing Cessna have com
from natives who said they saw the plane maneuvering to

utuiu u inunaersrorm,

The locations given in these reports have pinpointed
the area where the searchers feel the plane must be if the
reports of the natives are correct. It is an area only about
four miles square. I
The reports are considered so significant that two
jungle-trained U.S. Army platoons from the Canal Zone
were air-lifted to Mandinga airstrip today and began to
cut their way through the sodden I

search,
Both platoons were airlifted
from Albrdok Air Force Base to
Mandinga by an Air Force C-47.
The men will be transferred by
helicopter to the areas specified
by National Guard Captain O-
mar Torrijos after establishing
platoonllI deploy the base
carnpvand converge on the area
unaer investigation.
Ma. Owen R. Orogan, S-3, 1st
Battle Group, ',20th Infantry, is
coordinating requirements for
supply troops as relayed by res rescue
cue rescue director MaJ. McGrady.,
while Ma.f. Michael C. Chester,
commanding officer of the Jun Jungle
gle Jungle Warfare Training Center at
Fort Sherman, will work with
Capt. Torrijos as U.S. Army offi officer
cer officer at Mandinga.
The two platoons consist of 71
soldiers in all. The reconnais reconnaissance
sance reconnaissance platoon of the 1st Battle
Group, 20th Infantry, includes
31 men and the platoon from the
Jungle Warfare Training center
has 40 men.
Earthquake Shakes
Midwestern Stales;
Worst In 60 Years
ST. L6tlIS, Mo., Nor. 8 (UPI)
The worst earthquake in near nearly
ly nearly 60 years sent sharp tremors
through the southern half Of
Illinois and parts of Indiana,
Kentucky and Missouri last
night.
There were no reports of In Injury
jury Injury or damage but Mayor Fr.ed
Henderson of Herrin, 111., said he
was knocke out of bed.
"Thousands of residents told
police! that the rumbles resem resembled
bled resembled everything from the sound
of a jet breaking the sound bar barrier
rier barrier to that of a large truck
passing by
Shocks were felt as far west
as St. Louis, Mo., and as far east
as Louisville, Ky., and scientists
I said the shaking occurred spora
a.dlcally within a 125-mile radius
joi me poini oi origin.
iD L M. -M
UIIUSII VVUIIICII
May Cry Oop$'
At Any Moment
LONDON (UPlP Thousands of
British women are in mortal dan danger
ger danger of losing their' panties at any
moment, the tabloid Sunday Pic Pictorial
torial Pictorial has warned.
It said a big manufacturer "f
women's panties had admitted h s
firm was gluing the elastic waist waistbands
bands waistbands vi ogether instead of sewing
them aoa that the glue sometimes
gives way after repeated washing
and Ironing. v hi j
Th Pictorial said the Countess
of Haddington was one of the first
victims and tha anyone could, be
the next. It happened when she
was opening an exhibition at Ed Edinburgh
inburgh Edinburgh a week ago, ft said.'1
But it had good news' for the fu future.
ture. future. The firm is now sweing the
elastic together, it said.

Parties,

Gls
180. miinn for mt W
expected to some out of tht
.
7 1
CZ Invite
President Ernesto de la Guar Guardia
dia Guardia and Gov. William V. TWf
have accepted invitations tn at.
tend the Veterans day observanc observances
es observances to be held Tuesday at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa stadium a joint committee of
the American Legion and the Vet Veterans
erans Veterans of Foreign Wars announced
today.
The Veterans Day committed Jn
making this announcement urged
all citizens to participate in the
fourth annual observance of Vet Veterans
erans Veterans Day. Armistice Day as it
was formerly called was changed
to Veterans Day by act of Con Congress
gress Congress in 1954.
Other distinguished quests who
have been invited to attend are:
Lt, Gen. Ridgely L. Gaither, Com Commander
mander Commander in Chief, Caribbean Com Command;
mand; Command; Ma j. Gen. Charles t.
Dasher, commanding general U.S.
Army Caribbean; Rear Adra.
George Wales; commandant $5th
Naval District; Maj. Gen. Truman
H. Landon, commanding general
Caribbean Air Command; Lionel
Vasse, French Ambassador, Sir
Ian Henderson. British Amhaa.
dor? Joseph Harrington, U.S. Am-
oassaaor; uou Bolivar E. Vallarl Vallarl-no,
no, Vallarl-no, Commander of Guardia Natio National;
nal; National; Raul Arango, Panama Fire
Chief; Mrs. Richard Derby, daugh daughter
ter daughter of President Theodore 'Roose 'Roosevelt;
velt; 'Roosevelt; Herman Hagedorn, author
and Roosevelt historian: director
Theodore .Roosevelt Centennial,
Commissioa in the U. S. and Pa Panama
nama Panama Independence soldiers..
Al Gauvin, department comman commander
der commander of the American Legion, and
Ralph. 2!achry, v department, com commander
mander commander of the Veteran of Foreign
Wars, have requested:
"On this Veterans Day let all
Americans display the flag. Its
your flag, fly it proudly. There
is no better way for each indivi individual
dual individual citizen to show his love for
his country than fly the flag of
his country,;
The patriotic observance sctied
uled to begin, at'-th. stadium at
10:45 a.m. "Win be preceded by -a
parade through Balboa which,
will terminate at Balboa Stadium
Dead Woman
Was Beatriz Diaz

Search

Ernestito

mseptsm

Of Parque Lefeyre.
X woman who collapsed Hid
died on Thatcher Highway yester.'

day, was later identified as Mrs.
Beatriz Diaz, 48, a widow living v
with her daughter,lMrs,iVictoria
Dial Scott,, at 6th Street,1 Parque
Lefevr.e.A .1S- 'H.-,-,- ?rn
She; wis walking to JFarfaq,
Beach yesterday when she col- ''
lapsed. A month ago she had a
stroke-which hospitalized her for
about'. 'week.; :.'v-m
.Funeral services have bees
scheduled (or Monday. '

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' '. ', POTTER AND PATRIOTISM
Sir:
In all the controversy over the statements made by Canal
Zone Gov. W. E. Potter to the Panama Chamber of Commerce
I would think that were these businessmen true men ot busi business
ness business they would have caught on to his meaning by now.
But Instead of getting together to make plans to supply
the Canal Zone with goods of the quality required there, they
cry to heaven about treaty violations. Mind you this is alter
the meeting. There was scarcely a question put to Potter dl-
"Ctfcvery businessman looking after the Interests of his own
business sees to it that he buys the best quality materials at toe
most reasonable price. I am sure that if Panama jM,

for instance, contract to Duy sioc ui ---
outlet, and that outlet cannot meet the quality and price stip stipulated,
ulated, stipulated, the cattlemen will take their business to an outlet that
can meet these specifications, regardless of the first contract.
These cattlemen would .also resist any effort on the part
of the first outlet to dictate to them where they should do their
buying. That's about what Potter said.
And what about the other points he, made, such as.:
4a) Why wasn't Panama's milk surplus made into powdered
mlirof a quality up to Canal Zone requirements?
4b) That the Canal Zone already pays wages from 30 to 203
percent above prevailing rates in Panama, and he Is waiting for
Panama to do something about catching up?
Why was this so conspicuously overlooked? If there was so
much wrong with his speech, why have his critics not taken
exception to this statements?
I see reports of a move being afoot in Panama to take the
U S.to the World Court in the Hague over the treaty, And also
a proposal among National Assemblymen to organize a huge
patriotic demonstration in favor of such a move
I suggest that Panamanians who may be asked to partici participate
pate participate sk themselves first what is so patriotic about such a dem demonstration.
onstration. demonstration. It would be a demonstration in support of the se -f
ishness of the big businessmen who persist in Paying eir
countrymen salaries shamefully small beside those paid to Pan Panamanians
amanians Panamanians by Potter's organization.
Panamanians may ask themselves why the organizers of
this, patriotic demonstration did not demonstrate equally pa patriotically
triotically patriotically some time ago when Panama's workers sought a sal salary
ary salary increase Why did not these patriots protest the govern government's
ment's government's abrupt reply, "No, we haven't any money"?
Nor were they in a protesting mood a few weeks after that
when they voted themselves $250 a month in addition to the
$500 a month, thev were already getting, bringing their salary
un to $750 a month.
.1 havje noticed no such alacrity on the part of the Assem Assemblymen
blymen Assemblymen to pass Johnny Arias's projected minimum- wage- bill
Wharfs Uncle Sam going to say if this bill is allowed to
die a natural death In the Assembly? He 1 going to say when
the question -of wages eom UP aln on the Canalpne.if
they don't. wan, to Pay their own, citizen .a living age.Why
ShDUOnce? again 'therefore 1 ask Panamanians to ponder on the
patriotism of. Assemblymen who legislate for businessmen in instead
stead instead of for all Panamanians. Right now they are appealing to
the same populace they so wretchedly Ignore In order to bolster
their own prestiee anions; the businessmen they serve so well.
It would not be smart of the populace to get sucked into this
Remember that patriotic demonstration when the delegates
we're about to go to the U.S. to negotiate the Remon-Eisenhower
treaty There were wonderful speeches, and the juicy side oi
every good thing was presented to the demonstrators The
working man was persuaded to think that at last the ruling
powers were going to bat for him. What happened? Turned
oat the Chamber of Commerce already had everything in the
big, at the expense of these same poor workers.
Had the truth been known at the time there probably would
hve been no new treaty today. The enraged workers would
hive run the organizers of the patriotic demonstration out of
town. Here are some of the patriotic benefits the workers de derived
rived derived from the treaty:
They lost their commissary, post office and service cen center
ter center privileges in the Canal Zone.
" They had their take home Pay reduced by the obligation
to' pay income tax.
, Hundreds of Panamanian citizens lost their jobs as a re result
sult result of the local-rate commissaries closing.
Then we were given to understand that those who lost their
jobs In the commissaries would be able to find equivalent work
in Panama as the shops there expanded to handle the business
which formerly went to the commissaries. What do we find?
Iri the supermarkets these Is discrimination against people of
West Indian descent who worked In the commissaries, despite
the sf&ct that racial discrimination is forbidden by the consti constitution
tution constitution of the republic.
" before the people of Panama attend another demonstra demonstration'
tion' demonstration' they should insist on. the Panamanian authorities living
up ffr the promlsej made at that last one. Talk about the U.8,
nflt'JlyinR up to its promises, What has Panama done to lmple-
merit those promises made to the Panamanian people in the
Clnco de Mayo that afternoon some years ago?

Patriotic Panamanian

JOB DISCRIMINATION

An advertisement hailed a recently-opened -supermarket as
a super success, and urged us all to come and see for ourselves
If tips were not 'so. I went, and what did T see? I saw not one
colored employe in the place, but hundreds of colored people
among the customers. Tor many years now it has been the same
gtory at virtually all Panama City's other supermarkets too, and
thjs big hew stores which have opened in the last year or two.
i The people who run these supermarkets (mostly Spaniards)
arid stores know the value of the colored community's purchas purchasing
ing purchasing power, but we do not. We should give our patronage to
tVinc tohHihmnt whnsp management, is tint blinded hv ro-

lot. Among them ate a quite a number of the clothing stores

along central Avenue.
Unless we get wise, our children will be denied employment
by those same discriminatory practices which are denying us
Jobs in the supermarkets today. We should not allow our pur-

'Panama has any Fair Employment Practice law on the books

wheels who own the places I mention are keen enough to pur pursuit
suit pursuit of a nickel to get the lesson fast if we colored people buy
only where some colored people are employed.
- Fair Play.

For the Beit
in news and entertainment
HOG-YCN

840 PANAMA 1090 COLON

With this sort of lorce, nun uc uc-lieves
lieves uc-lieves he could build a far more
nniitir9l machine ina.l

j:j m lots inw white, bull V01C-

vi vi i izoTion to r i i nose planers

By VICTOR RIESIL
Jimmie Hofia is dreaming of a
Woiie Hou.e Christmas. iot as
President ol the U.S., of course,
hut a s nrptirtpn. 01 the lenmsleri.

For. no. until Hoffa took oJice did

the White House gnore seasonal
creetines and invitations to a

Teamster chief. There was even

the time when a President of the
U.S. used a Teamster banquet to

kick olf his campa gns.

Those were the oays wnen me
Teams.ers could deiver votes and
Cash. Money they can still tote a a-round.
round. a-round. But strangely enough there
were few takers in political circle!
this year. The Teamsters were
"too ho:."
The union d'd throw considerab considerably
ly considerably more than $400,000 into the
tight against the right-to-work, pry pry-positions,
positions, pry-positions, mostly, in California,
Kansas and Oh o. In some states
the Teamste-s worked quietly
through the regional par.ies. -However,
they were too Dusy defend defending
ing defending themselves to get into big
league politicking. But Jimm
Hoffa has not been too busy 'o
think and plan for a high gear
Teams er political action depart department
ment department in the next elect on.
And strangely enough, he has
had more time to thmk these
days than ever beiore in his swash
buckling fo-ay to the top of the
Teamsters.
Jimmie Hoffa and his majar do do-mine,
mine, do-mine, Harold Gibbons, spend
hours in the air these days, put putting
ting putting down just long enough for
Hoffa to make a speech. Put .a
grapefruit in front of him and he s
on his feet with a searing, bel -eerent
attack on his enemies. Last
Friday night Hoffa and Gibbons
flew from Washington to Dallas.
Then on to a Teamste- rally in
Toledo and by chartered plane to
a bakery dr'vers' banauet in Pitts Pittsburgh.
burgh. Pittsburgh. Finally back to. Washing Washington
ton Washington Monday without once taking

off their clothes except to cnaii6
shirts. ......

in th hours between speecues.

Hoffa seldom s eeps. He tajss of
vast campaigns to "mc-'nc;d-w
.t,a1U al Haffa and G b-

bons project the activity of the

Teamsters' pouucai anu f"""""-;
al department. They talk of set

ting it up as a central aiv.sion
from. whicH will pour literature,

advice and tne a scoyencs

adioin ng researcn qivwoi i.

talk of bringing .in quajineu

perts to head up tne oepuiiiwu
in the great white palace just a-

cross the square m ""aX ".
They know that this is no; their
season. Into their conve'sat on the
, iift tiio rnnvention

drops hke football scores on Sat

urday atternoon ,pioucj-.. w
..ii. i nkii. rviatmns oroEram

lam m a ;- . wu.
which wi'l convince the land that
they have "cleaned up" the Team Teamsters.
sters. Teamsters. They talk of such demons demons-trationi
trationi demons-trationi as the othd? colleague,

Larry JSte-nberg W Tweoo pui

the 0 her flay wneji nc t just now one inaii cau uvbuiuc
bi priest and a minister observe thg boara ot gUpervisors is hare
k. .ninatinn nf officers of the I,, -vni-in hut a lot of th.nus are

Teamsters there. iiard to explain in Southern talu
Everywhe e, as in Pittsburgh ornja .,

the other day, Hotia

.suj rinvps wn cn wiii iuii .-

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The Washington Merry -Go-Round

By DREW PEARSON

WASHINGTON It isn't being the average tax take from the i administration in the election, this
I. ...... h 1 n linni n nut f 'hiar cf Q 1 A in tun Tl id II n01'.On( At I is nnt HItaIi,

advertised in California but Ciliei

Justice Earl Vvarreh. lone uine

governor ot that sta.e and now

me cmef legai magistrate ot tne
narinn "ha naH n.s Dora-ait bar

red irom the new Superior Court

ouiiaing in us ADgeies.
'ine new building, a oeautiful e

dilice, was oed.caied last week,
ana Chief Justice Warren wis

present lo maite tne cmel dedica dedication
tion dedication speech. As governor he had,
initiated Dlans lor the building

and it Is considered a' monument

to him.

For that reason tire supervisors
of Los Angeles County, by a threa-to-two
vote, oecuisfl to place his
portrait in the builaing. However,

tney were overru.eaDy Asa v-au
. i .. i. is r"rtn

state in tne U.a. is 14 percent 01 is not likely
. I ... L. L. 1

uie Kaiuuuu); Mt we uc, lue
take at Kusian tracks is 36 per percent.
cent. percent. American track owners are
hoping Moscow ooesn't put tax i i-leas
leas i-leas into tne neaos of tax-mmu-eu
state le.gslaiors in the. USA.

INFLUENCERS ON WAY OUT
Two men have influenced Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower loreign policy m tne 'ar
Kast more than anyone else.

Both' are on tne way ut.

une, sen. uiu juiowiana oi t-ai-ifnrnik.
is now ou. ot DOlit.CS. The

otner', asais.ant Secretary oi State

Walter Kooertson, u mreatening

to resign.

Tnesfc two were largely respons

preslaent ot the Cuizens Courtlible tor the lact that tne nation

rtouse committee, on tne grounds
that AWarrn 1 ii "controversial

figure'."

Just now one man can overrule

One explanation is that Call is

oresiuent ol tne Univers.ty ot

new drives wn cn w presiueni oi uie umyeia.ijr
Teamsters no to 2,000,000 and fin- j;,outi,ern California alumni asocia-

ai y 4,UW,uou ineiuuci 9 w 1 non, one 01 uie must jiuwuiui v
port moving on land, sea and in hjt,cai fo.-ces in Southern Califor-

nia. One-third of the p.ate's judg judges
es judges comes trom this group.
At any rate, the Chief justice's
nnrtroit at thl noint. IS Still OHn-

ueu. however, elder Caliiornia

did the late snow wimc, uetl- nowevei, eiuer vnmuuua
ed Dan Tobin v.ho could wa k in o Uu.esman Jonri Anson Ford, sen sen-tho
tho sen-tho whit Houe any day during tor u, Anceles supervisor, told

nomncratic administrat on. .Ki. w.-iter-. "1 shall take the mat-

Certainly Hoffa sees himself fajher up again at the first meeting

more effective 'nan me urairaw 0f supervisors, it is on y ngui
Dave Beck derite the political that ar Warren's portrait should

contributes Beck plowed in o nang jn the Superior Court build-

V.aU nnrltAD

Only a two headed apoantion
lnnms in Hoffa's day dreamme

George Meany and "Walter Reu-

ther While tnese men wa- on mm,
Hoffa will find it dif"icilt to con

vince anyone he can deliver a ibd-

or vote. .. ... ..

Hoffa hates jueany du- nosmv-e-i
k.iim.i that Manv will rsen

in the next few years probably

for an ambassador ai oos. Re Repeat:
peat: Repeat: Hoffa believes that. This
uinnU nut T? wither in a AFL CIO

president, Hoffa reckon?.

inereiore, nona v
ab Kanther. Everywhere.

now, Teams'er Str-.'M- v that

as head o' the Af L-i iu neumer
would ooerate cro the land and
"tak over no''Hc"y as the Auto

Un'oft han 'n M'cWan."

This will be the Hoffa line wnen
in the next vear the Teamos fwin?

Into bo'itical action.' They w'U of of-fe
fe of-fe their xwn camna'gn units to
iiiriija aAAitttt nf Knttt nariies

lookff for those who can oViver

in the presiaemrai year w,

frWnhalKofC

To Make Comorafe
Communion Tuesday

n.. rpSfAVia1 rnuncil 1889.

Knights of Columbus, will attend
. nnmhillul TnTnOHl I11IM and

cornorate communion on Tuesday

rnornlng at A.m. mass at noiy
Familv Church. Margarita with

Father Frank Fish. Council Chap

lain, officiating.
Ordinarily, in the month of No November,
vember, November, the council holds com commemorative
memorative commemorative services for members

who have died during tne previ

ous year.
TUim wa Ml ana tvara man 4a

X 1119 J C aA.a v. v .......
incorporate the memorial mass

for deceased nemoers wim me
council's monthly cornorate com communion
munion communion n Veterans' Day.
ail .iinl mamhra. thalr fam.

Illa and friends ara invtied to at

tend the mass.

ing.

CHARM EASES BAN

Russian ambassador "Mike"

Menshikov, who has charmed
women's delegations trom the Mid Midwest
west Midwest and lifted the onetime social
iron curtain of the Soviet embas embas-(v
(v embas-(v in the vodka and cavier that

les behind, now finds himself

caught by an American iron curtain.

It's the ban on Soviet travel in

the USA,

Menshikov wants to go out 'o
Laurel rina track ahnut 2fl miles

from Washington to see two crack

Soviet horses race in the inter

national" mile-and-a-half grass

race there Nov. 11. Under State
Department restrictions, however,
I.A nt ftn that flf TllA .AtllA-

IC i gV tlllib AMI lt llBVIlw
tinn were nlaceH nn Russia din-

lqmats in retaliation for restric

tions on American diplomats in
Russia.
The czech ambassador, the Ru Rumanian
manian Rumanian minister, the Polish am ambassador
bassador ambassador all can go to see the two
Russian horses race, because they
are tin restrirferi

However. Menshikov. under the

rules can t.
IT a oeHintf anef'a! nermiainn

from John- Foster Dulles, howev

er, 10 see uie two soviet tnor-
fiiiffhhrAt pnmnata nt Laurel

XNOie ine soviet government nas

fhitmrlittselt itmij in the' brink

dwar tnu 'lalt.overfa smalt Jiversed his previous 'dSeirreatifi

land three miles ott the Cmnese stand and ordered nine Nekra atu-

mainland

Knnwland nccuDvine a nowerful

position in the Senate, had con

sistently and repeatedly uemanaea
that there be no U.S. retreat in
the Formosa Strait. Both Eisen

hower and Dulles scare easaiy.

Thev listened carefully, a 1 m o a t

took orders lrom Knowland.
While he exerted influence irom
the outside, Kober.son exerted in influence
fluence influence from within. Robertson is
one Ot the most courtly, likable,
gentle-manneret. men in the
Departincn.. tie was etevated to
diplomatic power partly because
nf his charm, nart V thrOUSh the

fortuitous fact that he married a

tobacco heiress, one ot ine weann weann-ies
ies weann-ies ladies of Richmond, Va.

As assistant secretary for the

Far F.ast. Robertson has been at

John Fos.tr Dulles' side when he

went to Formosa and when he
considered Formosan problems in

tne Ma.e Department.
Recently Robertson served Quiet

notice that if Chiang Kai-shek

was forced to withdraw from
Quemoy, he, Robertson, would
withdraw from the Sta.e Depart Department
ment Department He wanted Ike tn announce

that he will go to war to defend

(juemoy. instead.

However, with Knowland now

nut n." the Senate anrl OnemnV

brinkmanship seriously hurting the.

Lutheran TV, Film

Supports Science

NEW YORK (UPI) -A new

TV drama sponsored by the

Lutheran Church supports cien-
t if i n inmn'rv even when It threat

ens the total extinction of man

kind.

The, film, "Deah Is Our Des Destiny",
tiny", Destiny", has been released to TV

stations as part of the series,
-"This Is the T.ife which has huen

presented by the Lutheran Church

-Missouri aynoa since isaz.
When a scientist in the film

develops a "death ray", he pon ponders
ders ponders this decision: Should he go
. i L . i

iuto ine ouviei guvei uiiiem us un wuii ine researcn or try to
gone in for horse-rasine in a big hide it in the hope It will never
way. It has acquired 3500 t h o r- be discorved by othersH

ougnoreo mares, ana some top ine v.ew put tortn in the turn
stallions. Horse breed ng is cat- is that science should forge ahead
ducted by the State and, whereas regardless.

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with adequate knowledge of Hi-Fi and
Electronics. Bilingual. Good references ;
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ATLANTANS SACK POLICE
When the effcient Atwanta po-
When the efficient Atlanta r.n.

ti-Semitic hatemongers who dyn-

iii.icu me synagogue in Atlanta,
TV ncm munta iw U.K f!..NM ltA

. vviuiuvu.B,, WKJ UUUU llltCl
viewed relatives of the hateman-

geis over nation waujs-tv. Tney
made false charges that the po police
lice police had not used search war warrants.
rants. warrants. Public oninion. fnr the

most par, overwhelmingly behind
the police, began to reverse.
It was then discovered that
Gunn formerly worked in the Of Office
fice Office of Gov, Marvin Griffin, the

mysterious trip to Little Rock,
just before Gov Oryal Faubui

o fibiivui ucaci c ic a tiuo
Ktant BM1 Mi4a.J I KT- l

au wucicu juim axcKroAlU
rfaaft rl ... a fin

tci uwi, ui utue iiocK i
Central High School.
Gunn had violated WAGA rules
by putting guests on the TV sta station
tion station without permission. Station
owner George Storer flew to At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, fired Gunn.
Opinion in Atalanta since then
has remained almost 100 percent
behind the police, against violence.

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THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the Statg
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts ;
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
Wa maka loans with guarantees on first mortgages
or other securities
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks r:;;

Individual safety deposit boxes, for Jewelry and
i a t M t mm

i aocumems, in t aiuerent sizes.

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THE f ANAMA AMZRICAN W AJf INDEPENDENT OAILZ NEWSFAFKB
rAuntEa
Lebanese Premier Raises Army Pay,
Promotes Students Without Grades

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TWO MORE Ustlngulshed Canal' vlsitbrs. have been added to the roster of holders of the
Master Key to the Panama Canal. Mr3. Perle Mesta, formef ambassador to Luxemburg, and
Rep. James C, Wright, Jr., of Texas, hold keys and certificates presented to them by Gov. W,
E. Potter. At right are Potter and Rep. Hubert B. Scudder, of California.

CHUCKLE HEAD
LONG DRY UNI
KtfoXVILLE, Term, om om-"What
"What om-"What time do the polls closed
The man on the telephone asked
ST Kn" County Election Com Com-mission
mission Com-mission at 7:58 p. m., Tuesoay.
"Ive got a bunch of people stand-
Everybody in toe at 8 p. m.
"Ive got a bunch of people stand standing
ing standing in line out here.
"Everybody in line at .8 p. m.
can vote, the clerk told him.
"Who wants to vote6 roared
th caller. want to sell beer.
ACARt(THERSVtLtE Mo.
(UPI)-Pemiscot County voters
the 83-year-pld ja;u.
WRONG REPAIRMAN
i7TTTi'vrTT.T.ir. N. C.
(i)pi)-
T n. television set
Willie Beimet
called a repairman. The repair repairman
man repairman said hed seen the set be before
fore before it was stolen from a store
whe7e one of. his relatives works.
Willie Bennett is today in jail.
SVpt5ChWy, England
(UPD Carpenter Abraham Bry Bry-Ja,
Ja, Bry-Ja, 77, headed today into retire retirement.
ment. retirement. He made his own coffin,
and plans to keep it in his bed-
T h v e the satisfaction of
knowing that no one will make a
profit out of my death, Bryan
said.
100 PER CENT TURNOUT
BUCHANAN, Ga. (UPD Bera
community s three poll watcheis
tA o inn ner cent iutooui
of registered voters. Theyre
it.
CHANGING SIGN
WASHINGTON (UPI)- Sign in
National Republican headquarters
on Monday: 1 .
"Only 1 day tolelecbou.
Same sign, Wednesday, tour tour-lesy
lesy tour-lesy of an unknown wag with a
"Oniy 731 days to election.
SIP AND SNIFF
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UPD-Anna
nrnrn 9 Nearo won a dismissal
of a gambling Charge Wednesday
when she explained to the judge
she and her friends werent play
ing for money oui juoi
Jin1r nr a smell.
winners ant a drink from the
bottle of whisky, Mrs. Brown ex
plained; losers got only a smell.
RONE PRESENTS PUZZLE
NEW YORK (UPD A strange
bone found on a roadway in Cen Cen-ri
ri Cen-ri Park last week has- been
MohtifieH at the American Muse
urn of Natural History as the rib
bone of an ordinary whale, re recently
cently recently dead.
What they cant explain is: 1.
whv it carried a label indicating
it was the bone 'of an extinct
mastodon. 2. How in heavens
name it came to be where it was
found.
CHUCKLE HEADS
ROYAL EXCUSE
LONDON (UPI) General Sir
Richard McCreery was fined
8.40 for speeding yesterday ae
spite his excuse that "I wss
only 'trying to avoid keeping the
Duke of Edinburgh waiting for
his polo." :
JUNGLE JIM MYSTIFIEL S
CHICAGO (UPI) James T.
Duddy.t 28.bwho wrestles profes-
tiinnnllv nnrtop tha. nomo ".Tnnol
"Tim r Ural am-AfifAfl vnfitornv nn
charges : of possessing -60,000
11.1. B&.un.M
worth of stolen furs despite his
furprise when FBI agents opened
he trunk of hi car to find the
"Now how Ho -you suonose thpy
gpt In there?" Jungle Jfrn asked.

Two Make 'A Honor Roll
At Par also High School

The following students of the
Paraiso Latin American High
School made the honor toll for
the fourth marking periond end
ing Oct. 24, it was announced to today.
day. today. "A" Honor Roll: Claudette So So-ley,
ley, So-ley, Louise Sprauve.
"B" Honor Roll: Cecilia -Seales,
Ruby Savory, Ronald Sealey, Ri Ri-cardo
cardo Ri-cardo Sealey, Ricardo Iglesias, Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Davis, Wilbert McKinnon,
Louis Brownie, Arthur Walters,
Silvia Morales, Alfonso Martin,
Leon Headley, Andres Griffin, Ru Ruben
ben Ruben Gomez, Evana Wilson, Ele Ele-dia
dia Ele-dia Walkes, Barbara Townsend,
Olga Singh, Joyee- St. Louis, Edil-

New otuden t Loa n Prog ra m
To Aid Zonians Education

o
Junior college and high school
students in the Canal Zone now
have an additional avenue opened
for continuing their education with
I-the initiation of the new Natonal
Defense student loan program, ac
cording to an announcement in
this month's issued of the Panama
Canal Review.
,-This program authorized by the
National Defense Education Act
passed on the last day of the 85th
Congress. Wpiie not all provi
sions ot the Act will be aplicabla
locally. Zone students attending of
planning to attend colleges or un
iversities in the united States are
eligible for loansi granted under
favorable terms, providing they
meet var'oui requirements Place
of residents Is not a qualifications,
Participating in the Natonal De
fense Student Loan program will
be on an individual college or un university
iversity university basis and. student re recipients
cipients recipients of such loans' will be se selected
lected selected by the college or universi university
ty university itself, after acceptance for en
rollment.
No Newfangled
Stuff Is Allowed
Al Horseshoe Plant
JOLIET, 111. (UP,!) -Luke Ben Benedick,
edick, Benedick, 76 years, young and tough
as the horseshoes- he helps to
manufacture, spat-disdainfully in
the general direction of the new
steel roiling mill.
"Broke down again.? he grin grinned.
ned. grinned. "Stopped more than i.'s run running.
ning. running. Damned machinery!"
He spat again and po:nted
proudly to his own crew guiding
long bars of molten, steel by hand
through successive mods that
narrowed and lengthened v the
fiery sankes.
"We keep rolling," he said
proudly.
, Benedick, for all his years, is
head roller of the Phoenix Manu Manufacturing
facturing Manufacturing Company's horseshoe
division.
He and some 60 colleagues are
dedicated to the sometimes ques questionable
tionable questionable ; proposition ; that the
horse is not vanishing from the
American scene. : ? '
Chris I. Lennon, f sa'es : manag manager
er manager of the division, reckoned that
Phoen'x fashions 90 per cent of
the nation's supply ot horse horse-Shoes.
Shoes. horse-Shoes. W'.-'i
- If they're a dying' 1 breed, the
horseshoe make are in no hur hurry
ry hurry to, write their Own obituaries.
Benedick, dean of the crew
with almost 63 years of horse horseshoe
shoe horseshoe rolling behind him, is 200
pounds of muscle. .
"His' helpers look equally: hearty,
though a dozen have been wilh
the company more than 45 years
and most 'Of the others have been,
turning out horseshoes at least 30

ma Moreno. Joan Mairs. Norma

Ones, Marva Jones, Claudette
Jones. Sarah Johnson, Kay John
son, Yvonne Gittens, Dorna Davis,
Magnolia CumtWtatch, Dorothy
Blades, Stanford Walrond, Nico Nico-medes
medes Nico-medes Diaz, Glen Bourne, Leo
Blades, Albert Watson, Maida I-
caza, Wilhelmina Daniels, Virgi
nia Brathwaite, Norma Brown,
Vincent f orde, Joel Tappm, wn
liam Millett, Herman Laign, Ho
land Gayle, Harold Titus, Estanisj
lao Vergara, Herman Arcnibaia,
Audrey Levy, Agnes Blades. Bea Beatrice
trice Beatrice Henry, Ferdinando Cherie,
Beverly Sealesn Yvonne Bryce,
Violet Gaskin, Winston Powell,
Marva Jordan.
Because of the probability that
many students here may desire to
obtain loans to continue their e e-ucation,
ucation, e-ucation, Zone schooi officials will
make available information con
cerning the program to any in interested
terested interested student. They will also
assist' to the extent possible in
such matters as obtaining, lists of
college and universities partici participating;
pating; participating; furnishing required scho scholastic
lastic scholastic records; and counseling on
requirements and participation by
individual students.
The law requires that each bor borrower
rower borrower from the Student Loan be
a full-time undergraduate or grad graduate
uate graduate student and in need of the
amount of theloan to continue
his or her studies. It also requires
that the student; in the opinion of
his institution, be capable oi
maintaining a good standing in
the chosen courses. Special consi consideration
deration consideration will be given loan reci recipients
pients recipients with a superior academic
background who express a "desire
to teach in elementary or second secondary
ary secondary schools, and Whose whose
academic background indicates a
superior capacity or oreoaration
in science, mathematics, engineer
ing, or a modern foreign language.
One of the basic purposes of the
program as described by the law
is 'to identify and educate mere
of the talent of our nation" and
"to insure trained manpower of
sufficient quality and quantity to
meet the national defense needs
of the United States. Students
participating in the program will
oe required to iUOtcriDe te an
oath of allegiance to the United
States. :
Terms of the student loans are
exceptionally lenient. A student
may borrow up to $1,000 a year,
or ud to $5,000 for an entire course
in higher education. Repayment of
such loans must beg n one vear
after, the borrower ceases to be a
full-time student and must be com
pleted ten years thereafter.
While no interest is charged
until the repayment period begins,
the interest thereafter is only
tnree percent a year.
Special advantages are offered
for those who plan a teaching
career, ine law provides that uo
to 50 percent of the loan, plug In Interest
terest Interest may be canceled in event
the borrower becomes a full-time
teacher in a public elementary or
secondary school, the cance'atlon
to be at the rate of 10 percent
year up to five years.
Early Xmas Gift
RICHMOND. Va. (UPI)' Tne
Virginia State Chamber of Com
merce got its first Santa Claus
reauest of the year Wednesday;
A letter from Cylinder, Iowa,
read: 1
' "Dear sir ,v-v-i-.i.
"May I have "the Caoitol of VIr-
nia Thank you very much.
VBy ; Jobne Bruhr" y f ii,
Jobne was sent a photograph of

Premier Abdel Kerim Kassem, in
an apparent rebuff to advocates
of merger with the United Arab
Republic vowed yesterday that his
government would preserve hit
country's independence and sov

ereignty.
'Kinem'i declaration' was
broadcast by Baghdad radio 48
hours after-, the arrest of ; former,
ueputy rremier Abdul Salam
Mohammed Aref, the country's
most outspoken advocate at an
Iraqi merger with the. U.A.R. of
President Gamal Abdel Nasser.
.' The pro-Nasser 'Aref, who once
headed Iraq's armed forces and
served, as minister of interior,
was arrested and charged, with
plotfing against the security
Iraq. His trial wss expected to
start soon. v ;y4;
In Baghdad, truckloarf. nf hi.
dents coniinued to roam .-throueh
the streets, carryine norfraita f
Kassem and chanting slogans in
his praise.
Publisher Would
v4-
Oppose Faubus'
Policies Again I
Publisher John N. Heiskell nf tha
Little Rock (Ark.) Arkansas Ga.
zette said last night that bis
newspaper would a-gain oppose
the school segregation policies of
mov. urvai js. aubus, H the oc occasion
casion occasion arose.
The publisher said that his
paper suffered because of its
stand against the sending of Na National
tional National Guardsmen to Little Rock's
Central High School by the Ar
kansas governor.
"Let me si v. ai I hone T mn
in no boastful or self rightous
spirit, that in spite of material
losses, abuse and misreDreaanta.
(ion, the Arkansas Gazette would
make the same decision," Heis Heiskell
kell Heiskell said. Heiskell spoke to a Col
by College convocation at which
he received the Elijah Parish
Lovejoy Freedom of the Press
Award for 1958.
, The Arkansas Gazette .editorial .editorially
ly .editorially opposed the tactics Faubus em employed
ployed employed following a Suprem Court
decision which allowed Negro
cnuaren into tne nign school.
President Eisenhower later put
the National Guardsmen under
federal control to maintain order
while the Negro children attended
the high school. Little Rock's high
schools have been closed since
September as. the integration bat battle
tle battle continued.
Heiskell said that Faubus
"created a dangerous and men menacing
acing menacing crisis" at Little Ro6k in
order "to genrate an emotional
issue fo" eampaign- lor 'a third third-term.'
term.' third-term.' Faubus won his third' term
in this week's elections.
"He (Faubus) surrounded Cen
tral High School with armed men
of the Arkansas National Guard,
on the plea or the pretext that
such action was needed to avert
violence; and on the same plea
or pretext tne guardsmen were
ordered to prevent the Negro chil children
dren children from entering the school.
"This defiance of the court set
the stage for disorder. As birds
might swoop down on discovered
food, hundreds of people fathered
for the feast of angry words and
pnysicai violence," Heisxeu said.
AMC SETS RECORD
DETROIT (UPI) American
Motors Corp. reported October
auto sales of 26,748, the highest of
any month in th company's his
tory. AMC reported sales of 9,680
cars In the month year ago.

For the Best
in news and entertainment
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and department you will find the pupils studying Ood'a
Word. Our teachers seek to bring pupils to Christ and
help them to grow spiritually. Come.
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The purpose of Gospel Is to dispel the darkness. Ate you
a part of the darkness, or the, light?
"Where Christians Of All Churches Meet In Christ"
Nursery Evangelical Missionary

Baghdad newspapers hailed the

demonstrations and appealed for
national solidarity Dentnd Kas
sem's regime. The Influential
newspaper Al Hurriyah said the
country was "passing through its
most critical stage since the July
14th revolution." ;
- One of the premier' first
moves was to give officers and
enlisted men pay raises. The gov government
ernment government also ordered ihe promo promotion
tion promotion of a group of students who
had failed their examination! last
spring. It explained they had been
unaoie to concentrate on their
studies during ihe nation's un unrest.
rest. unrest. . '. :
There waa some Indication that
Kassem's government might oe
expecting opposition from various
groups and, that the pay raises
and student prdmotions were part
of a plan to offset any unfavor unfavorable
able unfavorable reaction.
'Aref had been backed by the
powerful Baathij' Parry, the same
group which had played a big
part in pushing Syria into its mer merger
ger merger with Egypt.
i Several army units known to be
loyal, to "Aref had been removed
front- Baghdad and security pre precautions
cautions precautions reinforced in the capital.
In his appeal over Baghdad ra radio,
dio, radio, Kassem declared:
MWe; will not gq nackard. We
will go forward preserving our in independence
dependence independence and sovereignty while
at ; the same time we shall do
everyting- for the benefit of the,
Arab, peoples.''
The Egyptian Syrian press
thus far Jnad- not commented on
the Iraqi developments.
The Beirut pro Nasser news newspaper.
paper. newspaper. El' Massa. however, said
that Kassem's policy appeared to
lit in witn JNasser s statement
that onlq those nations whole wholeheartedly
heartedly wholeheartedly in favor of a merger
should join the' U.A.R.
Army Sgl. Invents
llo-Skid Eyeglass
Filled To Face
WASHINGTON (UPI) A
sergeant at Walter Reed Army
Medical Center has invented a
way t fit eyeglass frames to the
individual. He guarantees that
whether the wearer hops, skips or
jumps, the specs will stay firmly
in place."
Stan sgt. cecu t. uuuer has
been making artiflcal dentures
for 15 years at Walter Reed's
Central Dental lab. All these
years he's been thinking about
the problem of slipping glasses. So
be perfected non-skid specs.
Butler has a patent pending on
his. invention, for like the man
who invented a better mounsetrao.
he finds such interested parties as
optical firms beating a path to his
door. ,
The sergean readoned mat if
Individual fittings can do wonders
for (dentures, the same thing
could be accomplished with eye
glasses. He makes snug, smooth
fitting ear pieces by a custom
tailored mold from a plaster cast
impression of the area behind
glass-wearer s ear. The special
utung taxes omy about one hour
and the expense Is very little
since the cost of materials-is
neglime.
Butler reports that he has cone
swimming wearing nis snug-fit
ting glasses and aid not even
have to readjust them after div
ing.
I LIKE
THIS CHURCH

The services are worshipful,
The people arc friendly,
The music Is inspiring,.
The sermons give mc a spiritual lift.

SCHOOL English 9:30

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'TBC 'PANAMA AMERICA?? 'AM IXDEPENDCJfT DAILT KEWSPAPtl "J-"
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UNION CLUB LUNCHEON GIVEN BY AMSAISADOR
HONORS VISITING H1NCH NAVAL ATTACHE
Tha Ambassador ef France in Panama, Lionel VassC, enter entertained
tained entertained thla week i a luncheon in thi Union Club.
The IMflt honored Lt. Cot. Honor! Houel, Military, Air and
Navftl Attache of central America, Panama and Mexico, who is

visiting on the isthmus.
"lutirimint Party Hmire
Mr. mi Mm. Otis Myers
The engineering diviaion of the
Panama Cinil Company will hj hj-nor
nor hj-nor Mr. tnd MM. Otis C. Myers
a. a retirement parly Friday, No-
"vembir fl.
me a dtiir oanee, punned tor
:30 p.m.. will be held 'at the A A-mericafl
mericafl A-mericafl Legion Club It Fort A A-ma
ma A-ma dor.
Mr. and Mft. Myers Ife well well-known
known well-known on both ildei of the Isth Isthmus,
mus, Isthmus, having been active In com-
filendedwith Ginivu
&Mellou'divithJ
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vinioa leuvA noa. torn

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tnuniiy afiairi,
iituS.s iiiu table reservations
may at obtained by calling Balboa
mi,
laitirn Itar Chaeiar
Plana Charity !vnt
ins nrst of a rifs of pities
to add to the charity fundi of
Lara. Chapter, Order ol ASSteM
Star, will be held this even.lig ill
tne ulaion.c 'lemple in Ga.un.
Cards will be played starting at
7:30 and relresnements will he
se.ved laler in the evening.
Class In Flowti Arangemnt
Sehtduiad For Maflajiy
The class in fiower arrangement
u; II h lin'rl Yinnriav unorn.nfl Al
6:30 at the Balboa YMCA-USU,
consuuc.ivt; anao sis Of the U U-fingernail
fingernail U-fingernail s will be given by Mr,
Pat Alorcari. we 1-Kiiown Clttal
Zfme llovisl.
Kach member of the cias :
expertd to bi'im til the Mm Mm-.ny
.ny Mm-.ny Materials lut ittaking her ewii
cut flower arrinjemeflt.
Glaria. Vasquti Honored
By University CJroup
of Mr. anfi Mr. DllBlnO VaqU
of Panama, has beeil elected pre president
sident president of Alpha Chi: 1 national
Icholarship organization at Our
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Never, never rest a eigai'tue on
the edge of a table or any o her
piece of furniture. If you are go going
ing going to smoke, don't be a cirelcis
IfflSker.
Aiid from the danger of ruin ruining
ing ruining a piece of furniture with a
cigarette burn there li the added
danger ef letting a house en fire.

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nil etwan et feted are vital at (his atage t yeuf baby'i develepmeflli
THHrnttJliOlfT THE WORLD, 4mm afld mothen alike
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Wertlbersh B In Alpha Chi is res
tricted to the upper tenth of the
junior and senior classes.
Miss Vasquez, a senior at the
Texas College, is class represent representative
ative representative of the student council and a
member Of the Spanish ClUb, Int
ernational Kelat ons Club and Kap
pa Pi Sigma, business administra
tion fraternity.
Ilnee attending Our Lady of the
Lake, she has held the oifices to
vice president ol Kappa ri Sigma
ana president ot La Granadina.
Miss Vasquez was graduated in
1953 from Immaculate Conception
High School in Constant Spring,
Jamaica.
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20 Lilted Salely
From Arctic Station
Alter Floe Spills
AN'CHoSAGfc, A:asxa, Nov. ft
(UPI) Twenty men stranded
since Sunday on an ice floe in the
AKPtie foean were removed safe
ly early today by a C428 plane
ftarn rnuie, Greenland.
An were reported in good condi-
! tion following the rescue operation
i carried out in 20 degree below ze
ro weather about 960 miles north northeast
east northeast Of Point Barrow, Alaska.
Station A, an International Geo Geophysical
physical Geophysical Year station, broke in
half Sunday under the pounding
of a Polar storm. The men were
marooned on a camp site on an
ice floe roughly 1,000 feet square.
The Alaskan Air Command said
the rescue operation went off e.x-
imiy is piannea. Tne men were
separated from the j-unway on
the other half of the island by m
miles of open water and crossed
the gap When th winds died
down.
The C'i23, using jet assisted
takeoff, lifted the men off the
runway half of the island at 9:27
p.m.
They will be flown to the RCAF
station alert on the northern tip
of Canada where, the C-123 will
refuel and proceed on to Thule.
There the men will be transfer transferred
red transferred to a C 4 which win return
them to Ladd Air Force Base,
Fairbanks, Alaska.
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THbcaptAin anO the QUEfeN Miss Huey Lee,' Ci'istebai
High School foOtbftll queen, and her escort, Donald Humphrey,
co-captain or the Tiger team, are pictured m they enter the.
BreaKera Club in ooeo eolo for the annual HofnecbffiWg1 Dance.

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QUEEN OP TKE BALL Mlsa Huey Lee, popular OHatobal
High School senior, was .crowned 1888 football queen and start
ed her reign at the annual Homecoming Dance at the Sie&kers
Club in Coco 60I0. Pictured, from 'left, are Miss Naney Gibson,
Keith KUllng, Miss Marguerite Engelke, Yynne Gregg, Queel
Huey with her escort, Donald Humphrey, and crownbearer
Kim McOraw. ;

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BChool football queen, and members of her Court were present presented
ed presented at the annual Homecoming Dance at the Breakers Club in
Chrn Cnln Umm loft flHa MlSk MdrminllH tnnNlliM xt

Oibson, Miss Lee, Miss Jean OWen
Fern Room Is
n Time For
Extensive renovation of the
Htn Room ol tile t.Vbli tiUCst
Hbuse now m progress is cxpect-
ed td be completed in time for
Sevefal parlies duriflg the flObse1
vfilt Centennial celebration, ac according
cording according to a teport in the cur current
rent current issue of the Panama Canal
Review.
The Fern Room has betm a pd'
plilar irieetiiig place for Zonlnas
Since lt was opened about 10 years
ago. However, its flow space ar
rangemeitt and wall locatitiHs ad added
ded added little to its comfort and util utilisation
isation utilisation for lafge parties and
banquets,
WhSH HrliSht SltcriiUni ifk
eemiiIKH thara will ba littla tsJ
Plmifid vltitirifl Roostvait MSdil
halderi or for that martr, total
retictents of how that WIRg bf IMS
tlvoll looktd praviouslV. li will
ft air eoflBiiisHiri and isth 11
eutwird and Inwartf adpkararierj
win bi a nana, our mutn ar thi
Ififllnal character will b retain.
ad.
The remedeliril 6f the Feffl
ftft6m is one phase Of an overflll
pl.an to revitalize the 6i Hep'fW
Which wj first opened i9 ataom
fflOdate President Theodore HotlSi
veit and his party just 52 years
aio. The fenttVatibd work is ttlH
Bid ove- a per'3d,,of the next fe
Vears with a'teHllbfi Bpthj glVPti
fllst to the public rtifliiiB and areas
tii'hedilM fill1 PMlRH'iH'K ,PflflHf!i
(tie the Fdfiee Fillip, tile tolih.V, Uhll
tlilnind fBflm Jtmt A v
The rei'H RdhHI Is" 0 lie f"SS
CtlrlorPtl fiH.illf'e? W ill IIIHf-
Iti-reiiinr wiflfliiW. Tile wumlHH
Hsrtiiisiii .wfiiiV Ptit ..-'lie. rnor
space up iHtft tllee HMM M fl
'Wreh he' rpr"ve,l M r'
placed n-' fleeGfatlVe 1531161s ahfl
plaster walls.' ,.

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W,,pv tc 10 ifui t,;-u
and Miss Martha Johnson.
Beautified
Centennial
By a reallocate of lh floof
space, the two larger rooms and
porch will be made Idld a Unob
fldo- plan calls for new and better-
locaiea service bar aiitl pafitry,
Nev eiitraHteS are plaHiieff both"
from the dlitslde and lftJhl the
ftiaifi dining room.
A Antral dli'-ednditloniHB plant
is bblhg ins'.aile'tl suffieient'y
large enough to extend the duct
Bisiem, mio coiree siiop later
It
?bmiii lPf ,hal beinfi installed a
, nammiatraldn BU d Ha.
he air condit-onlna riiifta il
ii
J. 1 t"."",,:"H "IWIS Will
bb Cdntfaletl in a ilew suspended
ceTiflB of acoustical tiles.- The
Cfellihg will have diffect ahd in'
a feel .lghtihg f a decorative de
fistt te CDmpigment the ether in
terjar flecflratidnsi
The ditaritiva .futurit f lha
'.-,th b5.fh ,xoHe 'wpleal
plarttlngi. New ttrapn will bl
hung n tuvar-si radi n thi win.
yW prlVie, Nlw fWrrtltUfl fl
b inta.liia fibf will Hit. ft( fiid
in tima. fer Ri Kaatsvall Cintm.
nlal partias.
The retrieval of hhc weedin pae
tition atid part of rnotlier requires
the replacpmeHl of sbme structu'.
ral members. These wooden mem'
IWH,-gywft .bidiv iHfmiiN'lfirtlwl,
g'll be mhm by iinietiiral
. ftie.fpfn ftiitiw rehttviiltin in
item fltitte jiariijir titttittr ponlract
and fan) b fanal fnrtBK.vThtf
fleeigSnd deeoralive feahirej
were Am bv iha arphtldcturu
b"neh unrtp- Orrnld A. Dw'et tfri
T4a IfllliafM'fln fit Ilia glriieUlfal
steel, air conditioning and aua

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bANCX COMMITTEE Memben of th Veteram' Day dance committee of' U. Oarvyn K.
Moumblow Memorial Post 3174, V.r.W.. Crliabal, have computed plana for av dance Mon
day evening, Nov; 10, in thi Cristobal iky Room.' Lueho Asearraga and hla group will pro provide
vide provide musle for dancing from 9 p.m. to a a.m, Tabu reiervatlona will hi accepted-' at. oru
tobal 8-1141 until 10 a.m, Monday.

ly CIWALO JACOIY
Written far NIA lerviaa
NORTH
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SOUTH (D)
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North' and South vulnetabU
Sofltn Wet North fiait
1 PS PM
3 N.T. faai Pais Pan
Opening lead W 4
Sou.h should reallv have lump
ed to two spades instead of to
to three no trump but the game
was duplicate and South was in
a nit or, misi mooti.
With this hand hli bid made
ho difference in iha final con
tract but a little hit of helo en
abied South to hitior a top aeore.
He won the -heart ouenina with
thn kina and laid down the nine
of diamonds. Here is where the
help came in, West did not both bother
er bother to put up his jack. He should
have. That jack was worthless if
retained in West's hand and It
would have been worth a lot if
played on ihe nine.
South' let the nine fide and SO
did East. Now South cashed his
ace of hearts and played a sec-
nd diamond. west played nti
ack willy muy and.. East won
dummy's queen with the ace.
a soade lead at this .point
would have held South lo five
Odd but East chose to lead a
Club. South went "right up Wltft
h' ace. led a unade to dummy's
queen and cashed three diamonds
and the nueen of hearts, SOUtH
discarded all his club; on these
red cards and West found hfm-
se f in a comb ate sdueeze. He
did thmw bin kine of. clubi hut
had to let one spade to in order
to reta'h the high heart, Now
South'! spades were all good and
he wound up with 13 tricks and a
top score.
Q-The bidding has been!
North last lentil Welt
1 Pass l Past
9 NT, rasa Se pass
8 Pass 8a Pass
i a Pass ?
Veu, South, hold:
aSl t AKIII 4K4i
What do you dor
AHia six eiufta, fear panaer
may e invitini seven tat yn
are Aet interested,
TODAlf'8 OUI6TIOM
The feidtlin has heeni
North last goaih Well
1 A Pass 14 Pass
J N T. Pass ? Pasa
1.,,.. .,,!., k AA.
A3 2 Va2 ARMl Mill
What 6 ydU B67
Answer Temrf6W
Algerian Moslems
Will Vie In French
Election
Wtislfrinii. khhwii m their t)ro
FtetitH leanings, agreed Friday to
run ih the Nov.. as ao rrenen par parliamentary
liamentary parliamentary eleelibns; But MdsHm
hHllHtiallsts and French liberals
were refusing te come forward as
candidates
only half a dtiitefl Moslems had
entered the nee so far aitbeugii
u candidates musi bi registered
yrnidfiiint Sunday, ;,.4
fni Moslems who Aid emir 111
rami from thi oran Department
in west Algfi wniri tn$ ihro
peirt population i especially num
Moui. tbs rtbeii hiyl Mvif
rnaflageg t entnaeh themseivea
licmlv ihef.
V ,. .. i
me proportion oi Moslems 10
Europeans isao t6 l id the eist-
ftrn tCdflslariflhe) reglod, B to 1 in
the central (Algiers) region, but
Uiii A In 1 iH ilia hrhfl Al Alli
rt
f ie Moslem! and European lilt'
erais shunned inp eampaigtt a
spiti issiirflbces bfoatieast Tnur
day flight by the rreiich ttvii aftd
military commander, Gen. Ritllll
Rslan that 1ha nrmv ulllllH ISllf
tne pieieelton of eaeh candidal.
Pended eeillhi Is being don ufldf r
contract, and malhignaflce Oi'
vision crewl ife per'fdrmiril ill
other work.

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Lady Politicans Sei Wiofd
For House And Senate Seats

WASHLNflTON,' (UPl) Tbl
ladles, bieia 'em, appeared today
to have act a record for getting
memberrof their lex into Com
gresi.
iarrlng an unettpecled iwlteh'
In a calif ftm U ttniiu .. tu
Mth. Congresa will have ll worn-
eo. inciuoing it ripreientativei.
and lha valafn Han t
Chaae Smith (rVMalnel. Thi wa
vloui high waa IT in lftsi,
inig nespite tne ract mat two
memben of. thi dlatatt 1 aidi,
Reps. Coya Knutson (D. Minn.)
arid Hfm. P&nll Uim t t1
lost their jobs in fueiday'a elee elee-tloni.
tloni. elee-tloni. The voters, definitely ha vi de decided
cided decided to send 16 gals to the House
next year and Mrs. Rudd BrOwn,
a granddaughter of famed orator
William Jennings Bryan, apparent
ly had won in a close race in
California 'i 31st Congreslionil
Blltrict.
In addition to Mrs. Brown, a
Democrat as was her grandfa-
iner, a tnree time pTillden
Science Series
Continues Tuesday
Al Balboa YMCA
Vanguard and the worldwld
mapping program will be the
subject of the sixth talk in the
current science and adventure
series at the Baibad YMOA'USO,
the program will tkl piaci
next Tuesday In the auditorium
.at:1:1S0 B.m.."..;.;';;,";;
j a.1xWUtiarafliailyM,vlangMard
director for iags, will show
slides and-explain the processes
on local mapping. Free 24" toy
36" color maps of Paftama win
he given to those persons inter
estd.
The first public showing of the
28-minute color movie, "World
Wide Mauping Program," will hi
presented.
CWO tteidenfeleh. chief ef the
renreduetidn division. tJSAflcA tJSAflcA-R1B
R1B tJSAflcA-R1B Knsineers, will be In charge
ef the program for the evening.
He has had 17 yeaa experience
in yarlou phases Of mapping,
and was with iagb before en entering
tering entering the Army,

For the Best
in new And entertainment
HOG-YCN
$40 PANAMA 1090 COLON

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Your Community
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tial loser, then will be three other
fresh, feminine faeea in Congrau
come January,
They an Mri, Chadii W.
.Tiiritt Watt II.NVI Ma til
w mj f vn n-ita t; ati mt 0lt
Simpson (11411.1 and Mn. Cath
erine aiay in-vran. ..
Qu:te Unquote
LTTTLK ROCK, Ark. Bf. Sal
Alford, strong segregationist, on
hla write in election victory over
Rep. Brooks Hay a, a modarati
aetregationiati: 1
; r2t ia an eioreisioft from thi
heart of the people for thi pres
ervation.ot our American traai traai-tipni
tipni traai-tipni and Ideals, the maimenanct
of state's rights and the aineert
desire through legisladiv proc processes
esses processes to curtail the illegal poweri
assumed by thi V, S. SupMmu
Court."
HOUSTCW, Tex.Mri. Chariei
C. White, on beating two whit
opponent! for a post on the school
oard, thus becoming thi first
Negro to be elected to, a publii
office in Houston!
"Gov. (Orval) raubus ahd Lit Little
tle Little Rock hive ihown the peopla
of Houston that violenca and
strife are .not the means of work working
ing working out this (integration) prob problem.
lem. problem.
BOSTON Jimss Mlehael
Curiey. oldtime political boss, on
being informed of the Democrat!
sweep after undergoing serioui
lurgery:
"What do you knqwi That'i
great." . 7
, .MIAMI BEACh"'- Sen. A. I.
(Mike) Monroney (D-Okla.)," on
American aviation:
"It ahould "be let aside from
the ordinary political game of re revolving
volving revolving musical chairs."
N4W1 VoRlUOacar Levant, on
a TG show discussing the differ difference
ence difference between Republicans and
Democrats: -r- ;
"The Democrats give the poot
a chance to become corrupt
EMPIRE
PAINTS
jvery ftiturdny
frum
IHoO to ,i00 p.m.
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Servicea Sunday MM elBP
1:00 p-m- .., ,
CaiSfOflXLi American Legion (UU.
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21100 Hnanss. v..
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Drawer Balboa. Hetaw
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l:6o Sunday leh
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HtWI aatl wmtltf WaiRHlia gf (hi ittftt gl lay thlnaH
; far lha aamlki falHrliy'i ihanh Mfl-.' 1
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t mtlM aatf Calan. Raguklia Panama, fitana t waleama at alt
. timaa t maa n4 wamaa at ha BHtiaa Mnriaaii lal ta atviliaa Btlll
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aitiam. nailtM al kawn at warihia $4 atkai raaulat activiliat. '-:
LMiBII art Mtataa IfBM Hm tk timf. OanamiMiiianl kaving anrf
akl ar t ittig raitiM ira liitaa aaaat Othat Ckatakai a laniaaa
A llal liatlna ig UktuM W aartMa at ArMf aadi, Ait Fart Batat
an Naval uallaat.

Catholic
tt. MAftVI tHjJMCH-fctlbog
ftllnria MaMMI llBOi ligft. 10:00 anil
It .00 a.m.
hau Day MaaMi tdt, inM. Mitt tA
ana giOa a at
anfM(nMi Batutat. lilo Ik IM
wi li,a.i.tturda, aafara
f irst rriaayi iiw ta 1:0s
auraniiaua aiaaai navi
Havana l fltO 0JB
a Mdhdar
CiMenMi aiMi' ahar aka iiM bmmk
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waanatda,
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iu bit auMMi lili a.at. anJ IiM
' SanlaulMtki featiirakl I ill la kiaa ana
ittrti heart BttaUaMi IM tm-m
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Aim. dial lilt u ItU jIa
Thursday. -'
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Mtaun BUMt Saturday i jo ta io
is Ra
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pay Miw ai asw pat.
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day MiMMi ..WO a
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st. v-iNCRNrB-fanama city
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na 10 a.m.)
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lllftday Maw: :30 a.m.
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an ikturday8:30 a.m.)
catcehiam cia: so to ;0o f.m, an
Monday
Canftnlona: 1:00 to 1:30 a.m. Sunfltl,
NT. ions aAptiit oe LA sAUJ
Parana Lefevra
Leievre
30 and I JO t.m.
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Day Mart: S.:30 p.jn..
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AiiiuiiAfi iial ia f.X a at. aa a.
(JrS,a, ,t p.m.;
tklwhiA Gtf'm tAi.M MaMi
OUB LADI Of tlOOB etlLUlkfcL
f.fliafallalJl
ntNlltHi hi IHUHllillliaui.
..Wed H.H RfiVlBli; (;M pa afl
rridav.
Sunda
School: 1 si m. aa iunity.
. RfUaiAill Inaftructlon Claki
Ifkni 1:11 am kh rhm-tlf7
aa cor trill
. RIIIAiIInrrUctr6tt (of killltl (CArt-
te1
aa w Bpanmnii imt as MoS:
ianvart Inidvetlonk by appOlntmank

lion

.M1IA
.nan

Ilk a.Ht.

mua

masmi i in i
Mi- ........

i:to a.m: w

EURCH

trpiseepil
tki fti Btt Htkei tlaaiaa. ,Tb.
thi vaty k aiHtn Paiknaa,
IUNBAYI
a m, Holy Communion,
at .. church Btheal i Holt Cam.
miiHina if kiihdavi
i ilk am, Batita iSammunlak, kd Bum
ay
cull uummleai ........ (ill tm
tiioa a.m
iiin Momin Pfkykt ma aar
Itirttt. MB Cc
ommuniflh im Bunaay.
IM .m. tvanlni tafvita.
UiNGSUAi
tt$U Iki Holy CoitimunloB
rtiuniol
rayar.
I M a ik ivtmni r
, MOLV DAfi
tm ijb hoiy comfflunlon.
i M an Holy Communion
9AILT
lai It MitkMyry Irajwii
cocou-
Chunk al ML Andftw
tkt lv William. vV iaWtrlm
'rlatt la Ckkfia
IUHDAVI
nwy UBmmunian irr.iii
f il i m
I HO .ffl
ramny rrayn
ana
an aensoi
i kl Cm
lAJta moi Gftrnmuniw and
Mornlni Ftkyar A laratM UM a.m
AW
MOiy GMinURIM Kluiiii IIW a.m
GOIOIAt
tkkal al f hi Oiwi Iktakati
' fha ClaikAM Vf Marat,
- Matt fat t-hattt
fUlBAVI ..
litHi k:m. Mornini rnycr. l
iH.C. firat Friday each Month).
AktktUA
li Stmo'd'l thu.ck
m Bt. John Sokar Pnwi In Chargt
Choral tUBhariti afld Bar.
BuNmAtB
ttton . 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 . i .
Churth Bchoal
ioitcooii Vouna ChUfehmM
Ham
tm
:80 i m
FlilOAIfs u
tornihi Frayer and Holy
ommunion ....
oman Arumf'yV til' ana
in
0.M
tYEUNESDAyb THunsunra
aoly CoHununloA ......... IfJ!
Bvaninf Priyar 1:00 a.m
lAftlRDAVS
tmiiv iuehiflst
Jo a m
0B.IA
pIliM af camsi .',',',.
Bl Mfl cnotak
th Her, JkhA Baear. Ptlett III ChltH
Mflfflinl pnyar ino cnuna
mn Py mi Cnurefe
lOl .iiirtiiriiiiiii.il :90 kiffl.
littftatlan Ci ...j... IsM l.m
rail Buenirltt ma let-
8c It 061
mon
Cnrtfli
Chwt
... ll:(M Ad
.... ttio a
nsiy npnani ...... .
Kvantnoa and AddtaM
Aoon
Mi
m
jrd MonSAtB
Womart'7Auiilry
fHURsOAYS ar Feast 6Ava.
Holy Communion ..... ... :w k,.m.
IELI
Chanel 8f thl HO COmfdttef
Holy
Yen L. B
Shirley, rrlett I Chart
TrtuRSBAY
1:30 IM.
oly bonunuAidA.
MAHflAkfTA
- thdrh of kt. Mirart
IDNBAYS
inn I m, rtnlr CommUrtioti.
4:M i.n). Chtireh Scjioal Sefvirt.
11:00 k.m. Mornln
prayar.
iTbn first
- iHktv
Cdmmuhibn
Sunday Of
W month)
TilWSsBAtI ana holt 6ays
1:60 i m. Holy tSftfflmunten.
FAIA180
Thi Re. Alias R.
WlflM
p
Prlett In Chart
nt Rav.
ivia A, otmrrati
VI.
tki r.metitBt
:0O aiW tiHbfai Jiucnarin a iiraw
:30 Un. ant BaptitnV
.00 i m vHlireTi anfltH
heio lt Billiaih
1 3i'
FkllAtrj
lo p,m youth
r. oo i m. B'
krf Wi Al
alaMlUk Mt
ii rmneUM
tht Vcti Umi
ud I Skirl, i
Rertor
fhfj it. citliaB
Oi Mktklkki
efitfiM A. Si
priyif ana
AMi
HJNCA"1 ,
tl atfcfnB
i on if sum
nsfl
htifiH
f 00 Aim lalernfl VMpktv
wjnftbAVR
S:3b am Hoiy tottimuttion .
V:Sd .m. Evening Prayer IHi llHRkn
WtoMisBUrvrs;
1:0(1 i Hi Hh1 CbftiBiiinion
1 :00 H.HI. IVHln Ptayif
? rfl)BAl
Mmmunlm
,m IA. Holy I
Holy CoramuntdRi
CHRIST CHIIRC'H lyVfKilIA
Iplttaiii
rikiH. A a.
idpkoilta bot!anlnb).
SUNDA 1
I 100 I ffi. RBI eefthiuhloB.
30 l.ffi. iofflifll PrlykJ, J
:6c I Hi: :potll BpthtVint IAi it
:?n,itpfcW1 Ini
,Wf8MIBAf
Aiy -6hWl.uAlMt.
lilt
!:M l:ffii MHlirlM TflVlf
00 l.nii cnilHilfl'l' lilt,
FRIDA Y
WAiterXi
and
vj t (fRrMi
to JO ajn. Morning Fray and Church

1:18 iia. Holy Coliiiiiiifilaa.
f:oj I Hi. Morning Ptiylr,
1:00 p.m. Evening rl,r.. ; .
Bt FkrUiaahfr'i Iparrk
Jlth.ftrllti Pr4UCUlttr ,.
. rii liv ijiUhfi Ai ctifttittt

HH I I Mil n

WGTIGES

School.
Il'iaj noafl Noiy taatiaM.
l:M ajn tvarMnj and
WnkioB
70. ojn in and Srd, Woanao'rkuid Woanao'rkuid-'
' Woanao'rkuid-' liary. ...
TUESUAYS
SSpm Juoler Daughter at tki
f id a
ningt
m Vdutk yliokia,
kiiluimQkVa
8:00 a m Holy C6mmuhion
J 09 Bin Bvemni prayar knd Btilftattt
tHOBBBAtB
ia. Bitir rnanaiy SMifty.
11 A VI inailtknk.
ajn Jbiiiar CanfHiHkUM CUta.
; Other Churchii
I MUMbH OF THk tVAlAHKNF.
, ", fcjMM 0 NllaaB. MlMt
lua aa u.ii. H it a uuia
f Sunday hOol .i..tt.... :ti IiM
ttatahlB Strvini ...... ... 10 ti a m
; loutn sttvict ......
jvhlliMll BerViPl
: myar iarviMi watt.
........ .1.
na
...i.t
p.m
a
...
MKTHODIIT NOTICKI
iundky. Olt. ilthl i m. v. yiitor
johH(Wtort M o, J p.m. Mr. A. A.
Monday.' Oalr IOIhHI:80 tm, .fm
Htiott Cliat. Mr. pae. MHahtll. j- fM
p.m. Frayar mettlni Mr. fmi Fari.
tuetdaf, 0t. li"tf,M p.m. Oiflt
t.iut, Mm. K. xma.
rridiy Tin Bjnrcne rnetira.
CHURCH OF'TMi NAtARkNI
Matkarlll Bthoal. Oi
aymnatiukk
HPINHII
aii.Ml Balob
Ralph L Hy
lx& ftrr
wntai so
irita. ....
BT iiviivi ap-amapaa
iundty Sehooi ,.i.. .. .fiuam
Mornihi Womhtp ,, ...... lliM k m
ivanlnf iifviia ... MO am
NATIONAL AFtllT 'J0S
Ptftamt IVF. Mf
iavT' Rtawa. Mintttar
.un..; m:- a".v.v.v.'.r. m
Rla Abkja, AJP.
Sunday School
p.m.
JHHUVAH'B WITNMBKk
Mutlna .fhumdiy ai JM J--J!""
mmw al Wi am win fttMariai
. mHiinaa .inurnn
AttndkVt kt 4:lJB
ana laikck Roai Rki'aaa,
CHURCH OF mt CHRIkf OF
LATTkR DAY iAIMTi (Mormani
Crwotl 6rt Balhot koii M
EflitthOfld.iMHtini. Sunday IiM im
unday Sehooi i iundkv 10:1)0 a.m.
Sacrament Meetihg: Sunday 1:00 D
Relief Socletyi Tueaday 00 a.m.
M1AI kdjlediy ttfO d.m,
jpflmiry: ThuMdav 4:oo pjn.
i Tfltphon Balbok 1217 t
a 1 a anataa BMMakMaaltk
niinniiar ,-.
lullding 4o0. Beho8lhUo tioti. aittrn
Sunday scnooi) sungay itm ...n.
sarmni MMtlnii Sunday HM a.m.
CttUNDU PkOTESTAttT CHtllCll
-A Warm Hatrtid Ohurih"
Milton H, Mldii, tol"kitr
Phont Re iS-nil Oi. 3'Ji
Sunday School laO a.m
(A ciM tor every agei
Mornini wormip
l.m
Vouth Fellotrthip J:W m.
faenina WarahlB ........ 7:00 p.m.
fiml and Priitt W i Ji60m
v A nurctt nuraey m emarnjiwji, y
' OLU CAHlOLlfc tHUBCBl
, intkkkkM fJAWkAnikl
l!M Bti 't.u-ii Wuiui. Baa.
Bkcramfm m mcmn """!. 7"S
Vlca) Flrat Sunday st aacb motiflk at
M BJM.
Rt IM .fjk
MoMlnl ieVOllon j 1 1.. IiM IM
2.ii.-i.li aiaMHin .. ..... lllOO .m
Sunday School i F
TUt
CMRIiTAPfcLpHIANS
iriim tmtrirt
rcoui nam ximm"w
Sunday Sfehokl ......."'.J J.JJJ'
MorhlftJ.SirVU' W km.
Adult Bibll ClkMM IkcB
UrtHdavat 1:30 m
Bivlne Service iii'V'in
Visitor kr tVeieofni kt 111
tnd claases.
AHAI'S CENTER
lIrMnlrelonjtl CiniBn1 fifty
iritntmai Tilki and filiaujMasa
tjaiaa. Mk A FWiJwaala
faatlaM ArntrKkh Rltkkrl.
StUd Cfaw.M...Thurdlv. :M
BtrTHKL MISSION tkttfkCi
BapeiaM St., Paralao, CZ,
Rev Waldaka H Stew.r Ptof
:M a te. Jtififliv. Sehooi.
'ilk dopr 9rvirt:
ownnipt
yj 1:81) Choi. RlhMfMI.
TIN WamtM't MIMolikry
r IHatv I
ditty.
CHtlBCH r OOB
15th Strett. Parqu ILefevre
Oveneer A. J. Anvick
Sister C. E. Week, Pastor
Sunday WorSIIIB 1) '9 l.m. 7:80 B Irt.
IHd Frldky 7:30 p.m.
THK CttiiRcri of cod
lltH St. IMoftta oseilfb Rd.
, Rio AbkjO
Rv William i ikHAtan-Pttiof
Sunday, School :30 km.
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m.
TrlB feHtitttrTor OttB
v 7038 Eighth St.. Colrtn
Mr. L. C. Donaldson, Pastor
Sundky School :30 a m
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 pm
THi jtWtRCM OF OOd
Mr, M. Hlnea Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 a.m
Morning .Worlhlp . H i0B a.m
Sunday Nltfit Slfvicd in. 7:30 pm.
FIRST CHURCH OF GOD,
Cor. Jamaica & Trinidad Sts.
, Rainbow City
ftev William Livingston, Pastor
Sunday School :30 fro
Morning Worship .i..iii.n If:?
Sunday Night SerVif hm f:8 PM.
COMMUNITT CHAPEL
Dfablo Height. C Z
(near Dlahlo achool) ,.
Rev, Carl V. .Thompid". Mlalster
Box M. .Diablo Height CZ.
Phone: Rnm. Oamhoa 117
, Cknrrii Balnea Z7l
Cknrtji Balboa Mil... ,
ScHftol ,n j ill I mi Jtl:W
site::!!!!::!' !i!:S
listik Serviek 7:30 it
Sunday i
WorahlA
Youth Si
Evangelistic Serviek 7:30 pm
Wednesday; Bible study
and Prayer BerVIek m.n 1:M pm
n hi. .vrrrnTTiai is T-ta Tan i i
Lutheran
REDEEMER LVTHF.RAN fHtftCH
Balboa Road at Wight Str
Irtet
Brv. .Rlbr FuCMSjIcll, Plot
PA:. B
Sunday Jt:
at I t m.
Divine Service
Ice 10.1$ I n
Holv Communion, flrat Sunday al thl
monin. ...
Atlantic Slflt
Cera Sol tHllli
Mr. Fredtrlrk i.Tuiei, Vla
Hkiy 6Mrhitnini laH timlly M .fcnt
month.

im

lundtyi I k.m. Pntm Wtattr.
I J0:8 a.m. iundky Bcnoat.
" 1:1 fl.itt. ivknltutki BaWlet
ana iatman.
iuAdiyf a. Pirkita m
10 .m, Pkfkita kundty Ichool
fitf p.m. Firkiia IvinikliHl
arviH.

Jewish

JNM ttkllarfc Bafl Aid 14. t La
BWa c" Balboa. C2 RfbM Natkan
Wltkli. Diitetor.
Servio Friday 7 JO ka Saturday,
Sed ana UttlAgk at defrtUI Brvtat
BP Ul
unfar
nasat ana station!.
Contraaaiion KOI ShearltB laraaL Aa.
maa GuBtt and Mtn Street Belli Vuti
Psnaml CltT Service OP p m
Christun Scientist
, tjiUIIBllkJt aiikAU kkltltUlk
kunriay krnnm Itta Jg,
tttnaay lliM tm, Wkdnaaday IM p.m.
Posts and Bases
FAtiyiC tlOk
ProitaUkl
FORT AMADOll
sunaay acnooi nag
Mornini VV'Ofshlp loou
Chuthtim Nurtiry Ithaal... itiOl
FQRT.CLAyTOR
unaay Binaai iBuuiini Na.
..ai i j iii 1 1 1, 1 1 . i . . i i, 1:00
Marnlna; Wetuhlp im
Thursday sjvtnwl Mii.Wialt
fttFifa
FOKT R0BBI 1
sunaay aenoai ................ im
Mornini Warship ihit
yanin Warship ... IiW
Warthii ryit. Madden Wyi fiOO
Worship bwvih. Ria Hita .... :U
Chflttiin youth Fillawthip 60
Boldiarl Ftliowthip-ThuM, ,, T oo
OMitet t ChritUM Onlan-fnun. IM
A1.RROOK AIR rOHCB HAkB
till
Marnlna Warthlp ...... I ill A 10:
veuut FiUawthip at
41
IKI
U. NAVAL ITATION, Radmaa
unoay acnoni iiw
MoMllfil Worship y. ,,,,.,,,, IiM
M ifwUO M "Uldky
15th ND HtADOUArUtRS CHAPEL
Marnlna Warship IM
(hoiy communion rim lunlay
af Month),
.Naval Ridie lutlon. lummit... IM
Calheilf
F0R, AMADOR
Bally Mat :
lunfay Miwot ,., Vo A j g
ConfeMlont. Skturaiv .. so Z r m
sunaay ., tm & l:U
Fort CLAVTOrl
.inn iii,i,i a:
Sunday Mas4 ...i.. ..,t:4S A i:M
Coniasstans ltirdy ., I ill A l:M
Fort kobbi
Dally Mas k:it
Saturday MkasM M
Sunday MassM 1:00 il 11:41
Monday NOvMll DeVOtiont .... I:S6J
conlemions Saturday.. 4:00 tl 7:30
tnkozAL
Sunday mm io:ia
At.MNnnM. AlA yOHCB BAAt
Daily Mas 4 00
U . . J ., ft . I ft
aaiuraay inasa ...... v,t-...,. iiot
BpaniaB ...,iii.,..r.M.si.4fi. Itoo
Moyana lrvirs.Tueidy JsOl
uoniaionaaaturaay itt..,..,.. l son
U.S. NAVAL iTATlON'..' RaiAtia
adMaa
Sunday Mat
IiM
ia.ua.
FORT K0R1I
SitWday I:M
UAO.JVVI. BilhAa
Friday .... Id daaJJa da t a ai i 4 i aai fill
Albrook air FoRci A All
,. JSktUrdJiy .ii ii i ii i i mil ..... 4:AI
USp-JwTk dtlloa
iturdiy i:ll
ATLANTIC BID1
Prelkitkkt
Fort baVis
Sundy achool"Bld: 191 .... f!
Mornini Wofthlp ifl:
frivir Fallokrthia-iiRiiJg Mi.
'liotdiy i.i', i. ...ii. ,i,ii, fiii
YRBWdnatdky-POt 'htptl 1:1
Choir httu Wadflesdly
ran cnpi
M
FORT OULlcR
Sunday school
Morning Worship
.!!!
loniuia vvorsmai ...... ,., iu:a
10
iy .... till
ttu'r.' Im
loutn I'
outn riiikwtniB. aunaiy ....
Sioie stuoy, winesdy
Idle Chtpti (Juild, Mi
U.fl. NAVAL. RtATlON. fiaua Bala
Sunday School 1:3d
Morhin Worship , tiiMI
Noiy (Tomniuniofl First sutaiy
N MoAlB)
Valhalla
FORT BAVIS
Dlliy MIM 7108
SUnpay Mtat ,n..n,. ......... 1:80
SOntestlonti lltutdly ......... 4:00
ufldiy ,,, I:4l
FORT OWLlCrt
Sunday Mast 1:30 and 1:30
Daily Mast 4:3
SiiUraty MUt ilSO
Confesllont (Sat.) 12:00 and 4:30
J.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Daily Mist :oo
Saturday Mass 1:30
aunaay masa v:uu
fcOcO koliiTO
sunuay Mt ...in 11:30
jAwUh
FORT GULIGR
Tutdky .null T:l
Greek OflhOdal
Greil Hflhodai .fi-kll. tri
ed It thl Church bl Mi Anunciatiom
Via ICIIUriO Porras. Sfl Francisco dl
la Cal4U, Panml City, ft P.. and ai
the Church of Sti, AnlHoHVi Avenld
MelenSli. I'nlnn, B P i MH fllfli Ktit
Jill thl Office dl (HI Army Chtplain
. Ti 1 17 z . T .... i vr."
days at 1:30. For ftmhef IhfofhittiOni
Sevmth Oay
Advcnti.t
Weakly $jjiawH ttMfikta
It A Tt mniu.
saBbatn .school 1:31) t
uivine Beryice u:oo a.:
Youth MeatlAl 4:30 p.
A'tDNiSBAl:
atrvikl
t4o Verdi Al J I) Il Oil
lo. 17 ChnrniiH 151 h No H Putt
bio Nueva t-A St. Betwelft, Srd nd 4tR
Sts. Rio Ab)o Uth No. 27 Gambol
ana rriioieai
Pitor Q. D. William Tel. tl0
Plain. A k r.i.l..l. TaI a .M
Spanlkk JL'hurrHM P.clfll, lid Fnnaatl
, t a. rasior (lorbertp iitr
' v Pantititj CIII4 baflfil Nki I
Pedregal Nuevk Gutrire.
Pl9t,fMlltl M2Bt
Criatabil iniiitnidU. A follvkr A:
Crlatobal BpSniih latji A Bolivar Av
tlU Cavllan iokd-Tel. i-lili A lllll.

Cypriol Terrorists
Shool Manr
01 Barclay's Bank
virnsiA rvn-ut fuPll r

Cypriot lerrorliu ihot ind kilted
i British bin mirtif Fiitcrday
And set fir lo stx BritisB v-
h clrs in g iky Of srit arid vio vio-Unca
Unca vio-Unca throughout thi lUaditarra-
ftean iilldd colony.
-Insprth R-anHir hranrh man-
aorr a Bahrlav'a Rank in f'jmit.
lol, wai killed by gunmert at aa
mi nit car io enter inc oani.
Brandlr was Ui mnlh Brilisti
tiviliao .0 ba killed in terrorist
1 . I. .lu.l. r.H. i Ik .,a.llM
BilBlK aiiitg uci. l. iuc nailing
data lor the Brtllih. pirtnershln
Blin for Cyprus. The Greek
GOivA underground orginirition
nd the Greel Cypr:ot eommunl-
lv nnnliM the nlnn whirh fill
tor Greek ind Turkish cypripts to
a.l., Im... 1 m...IaIahb1 4aIh.
par iivipait in. iiuviaiuiiai jw.m
rule.
Britih security forces Immi
dla ey turrounded the Llmaisel
shoo lug scene ind began screen screening
ing screening ill Cypriol In the irei.
In fimiguiti, meanwhile, a
group of trmed men st fire to
it firiiih notl eyehince ve'
hteles, ciuilhg extentivi dtmige
to iiveril of the cpri.
Authorities laid the gunmen
1'opped the tfticka on their nor nor-mil
mil nor-mil delivery ruris, 'ordered the
driven to proceed to i deierted
area ind then poured gnol ne on
the vehicles and et them on fire.
In thi PtphOi district four
masked gunmen blew up l gov gov-fnment
fnment gov-fnment Incubator ihit halcned
a.OOO chicks i week.
Navy Planes Fly
To South Pole
For Big Airdrop
Mt'Mt'BDn ROUND. Antarctica.
Nov. T (DPI) A fleet of U. S.
Air Force Giobemister transport
planes flew to the south pole (to (today
day (today on i massive airdrop mis mission
sion mission mat soma observers believed
emphasized U.S. intentions of
maintaining a permanent Antarc
tic oaae.
The Nivy's Operation Deep
Freeze will end when the inter international
national international Geophysical Year runs
out Dec. '31, ind i .lew U.S. An An-urctie
urctie An-urctie reseirch progrim wlir take
over.
Several top U.S. scientists, in including
cluding including Dr. Lloyd W. Berktier, the
lo-caiied "fuller of 1(JY," arrived
at Operation Deep Freeze head headquarters
quarters headquarters her li-t night to work
out plans for continued Antarctic
research.
t
sibiliy of milAtiinlng wrea U.S.
haa"4Hi Atl InlKI UC.iK'aw fa
saiaava, utiv wPV t A SC TV aUV
lind bis on the froniri continent.
xne united stites punned to
oorftlnui this bise, the! U.S. south
Pola afktihn knH Rvi-H k.aa i lha
heirt of Marie Byrdlind. it will
snire tnt cspe Hanett base with
New KlalanH aWknilti
Tne plan caned for closing of
tne mstonc uttie American base
On he Ross shelf and the trans trans-fke
fke trans-fke Af Klliwncth ititlnn m lha
Weddeii dei to Argentioi ind the
mixes disc on tne Knox cosst to
Austrilli. Evicuition rof these
oases wis expected to Begin soon
Executive (alls For
Bold Hew Foreign
Aid To L. America
NEW YORK (tJPl) A top
pharmaceutical executive called
yesterday for S bold new foreiiw
jneucii aia program for under
aeveioped countries "with no
strings attached,"
.John X Conner, president of
Merck b Co., urged thst we "ex "ex-pen
pen "ex-pen American medicine to the
underdeveloped countries and
that we da it In the form thst is
warned by them, in i modest de
sire to share our good fortune.
He wirned a session of an
American Management Assn.
conference ihit the Soviet Unitm
wis iBout to emtiirk on a pro
grim in the underaevetoBed tiun
tries "to buy the alleinr.ee M
peanie with fhe promise of good
neiiui,"
He declared, however, that this
is somelhinf the Unifetl States
catihtri dy, "We cltinot defect
iiif great system f mefieine
from it historic mittini.iaevi.ik
to hurHSrtity-ind use its fruits to
Buy inegiince or inynoay li iny
ming
cuhHor suggested that a higher
priority be given to the dVl
mem of human esp ial is pirt
df otii"0llks li rlise living tiinrt
irds in Asia, Afficiu the Middle
ist and Laiir. America.
The AMA meeting was part of
a inrre-uar srieung session en
jWvif-l jfiai stfiteav which vm
IBSpll-etl by PflrHllr Nlkitl i
Khrushchev' recent declaration
of ecdntnie Warfare RA thi Unit Unit-Pfl
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this cdnifedt of tne relatidn Be Between
tween Between AurAlft IIBitll Iftd C0dil-
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FOuntries With A prOgranl l
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Social and

Inter-Community Maating
Far Raha'li Tomorrow
The Rihi'ii oi Me Canal Zona
will meet for regular lniormit dis
cussion classes tomorrow irom 10
ta n i m,
After tne clanei they will loin
other communities it the Bihi'ii
Center in El Carmen.
Atila ia la Infancia
reus Meet Monday
Mrs. Robe't Auitln Acly of Li
Cresti will be hottest it her home
Monday it a brldgeaea for mem members
bers members of the Asilo de la Inline a
Committee of (he Inter-American
Women's Club,
The event is panned for 1:30
p.m.
Atlantic Ilia PTA Plant
lotantt lawina lottlan
The Parent Teicher Association
' thk Allan! p..irlo llhir-h ha un.
Ttintaarerl In matt A In aiirnlt.. rnh.
tnf thO aehnnl phllrii-an tulll nnn.
vene ino'her kewlng session Mon-
jiy iq ti uin scout room, top
Iflnr Af fha Prntaslani rliin.l nt
ton GullCk.
The sewing will be done from
30 to liiSo l.m. and from 1 to
p.m. Mondiy.
Th alll-nlr. 1-nhA. if. In K.
placed In i central pool for use
Hercules Missiles
For Alaska Defense
Early In 1959
WASHINGTON, Nov. 8 UPI)
The Army announeed its nu-ciear-tlpoed
Nike Hercules mis missiles
siles missiles win be dispatched to de defend
fend defend stratetttc areas in Alaska
from Al rAttack by early 1989.
It Said a spCciellv-triined
battalion rf over son officers and
rneri, olu two ordnance detach detachments,
ments, detachments, Will be sent, to man the
new air defense sites.
The areas are the fort Rich
ardson Elmendorf Air Force
Base-AnchorAte and the Filson
Air Base-La dd Air Base-Fairbanks
nornoiexes, construction V
to e finished by the end of next
month.
The 70-mile ranne dartRhaped
Hercules, which can carry a nu
clear warhead agalnn a sin.ie
oiAne of formations of attackinR
aircraft, is to become operatloh operatloh-al
al operatloh-al in "early 1959," the Army said.

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SATURD AY,. NOVEMBER fr 1951
Formation of Coast-to-
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Chances Good Organization
Will Be Constructed By '60

By HAL WOOD
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)-The
wheels are grinding but slowly
for the formation of that coast-to-coast
college football associa association
tion association and the chances are good
now that some sort of a loose
organization will be constructed
for the 1960 or 1961 seasons.
Eilnut Johns, athletic director
at the University of California at
Los Angeles, said today he is
"optimistic" over the chances .or
the loop. T,
"I think it is feasible and I m
optimistic over the chances of
. .. h n organization." said
Johns. "The fine thing about it
is the fact that many of the
' schools already are on each oth others
ers others schedule."
Hold Several Mtingt
It was revealed here today that
"several" meetings have been
held during the last few months by
representatives of 12 different
schools with the idea in mind of
etting some kind of an "associa "association."
tion." "association." Some of the representatives
have attended several meetings,
others just one. The schools in involved
volved involved include UCLA, Oklahoma,
bsouthern California, Miami, Cal California,
ifornia, California, Air Force Academy,
Navy. Stanford, Army, Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, Pitt and Notre Dame.
Several of these schools have
stated "definitely" that .they
would not be interested in the
Baylor Leads Lakers
To Victory To Pay
Draft Dividend
Rookie Elgin Baylor paid his
draft dividend as he dumped in
26 points to lead the Minneapolis
Lakers to a 103-101 comeback vic vic-,
, vic-, tory over the Philadelphia War Warriors.
riors. Warriors. Baylor, a Seattle University Ail Ail-American
American Ail-American in his first year of Na National
tional National Basketball Association play,
led a second half drive Thursday
night that gave the Lakers sole
possession of first place in the
Western Division.
Trailing Philadelphia 51-42, at
halftime, Minneapolis outacored
'the Warriors' -in the third quarter
to take the lead and maintained
its winnine marein as Bobby
Leonard sank two free throws in
the final minutes.
There was no other action in

the NBA. Tonight's lone encount-ia
xer finds New York at Detroit,

JOCKEY BREAKS LEG
IMLER, Pa. (UPI) Jockey
Bobby Corle is expected to be out
of action for six to eight weeks
as a result of a broken leg suf suffered
fered suffered in a spill at Garden State
Park Tuesday. Corle, thrown
from Shannondale in the fourth
race, will recuperate at home
from the broken fibula bone.

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conference. But a survey of the

scheduled for the past year and
for the next few years shows that
many of them meet regularly
anyway.
Suggest Divisions
Alona with UCLA, the Air
Force Academy and Pitt have in
dicated they are strongly in fa
vor of the association. Most oiner
schools are holding back on com comment
ment comment until further investigation.
One proposal that has been
brought up at the meetings now
is that the conference have 12
teams, divided in to an eastern
and' western division just as ihe
National pro league now is set
up. The games played against
foes in either division would count
in the Standings. The winners of
each division then would battle
xfoothe championship, possibly in
the Rose Bowl.
It is believed the five western
schools are pushing the projeot
because they do not have enough
teams now to form a "formal,"
NCAA approved loop.
Santa Cruz Sports
By C. WELSH
SANTA CRUZ MINOR
BASKETBALL LEAGUE
Teams W L Pet.
Dep. Thomas 2 0 1.000
Band of Angels 2 0 l.iQO
Dep. Dude 1
Elegantes 1
Flesh and Fury 0
Vancouver 0
Last Game
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Flesh and Fury 40 vs Band of
Angels 43
Vancouver 19 vs Dep. Thomas
Elegantes 60 vs Deh. Dude 46
Dep. Thomas and Band of An
gels cotinued to set the pace in
the Santa Cruz Basketball Leagu,;.
Dep. Dude, who won on opening
night, dropped a close decision to
Elegantes to go into a second place
tie. Flesh and Fury and Vancouv
er haven't seemed to have found
the range .s yet.
Band of Angels came from the
back to beat Flesh and Fury 43-
40. It was the second win for
Band of Angels who are in a first
place tie with Dep. Thomas and
it was the second loss for flesh
and Fury. High scorers were: Al
fonso Martin (BOA) Charles Welsh
(f and F), 14 and Errol Stainten
(F and F) 13
Dep. Thames also continued to
win as they walked over the Van-
' couver squad 51-19.Vancouver took
12-3 lead but Dep. Thomas came
back to go on and beat them. Van
couver have now lo;t both of the
games they have played. High
scorers were: Geraldino Ramirez
(D. T.) 18, L. Fardin (D. T.) 12,
R. Blake (D. T.) 11.
Frank Cox and Llovd "Nickev"
Powell lead. Elegantes to their first
win Dy scoring 45 points among
them. Elegantes beat Dude by a
'score of 60-46. The game was
'closely played until the closing
minutes when Elegantes opened
the gap and went on to win.
Randolph Sealey made 22 points
but that wasn t enough to match
the high flying Elegantes. Hiah
Scorers were: F. Cox (E) 27, R.
Sealey (D. D.) 22 and L Powell
(E) 18.
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Light-Heavies,
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NEW YORK (UPI) A pair of
lieht heavyweight contenders ami
a brace of ambitious iigntweignts
will Drovide the action in next
weeks two nationauy teievisea
fights.
Tony Anthony, top contend
for the lieht heavy (175-pound)
crown, risks his ranking ana nis
six-bout winning streak in a lv
radio (NBC) 10-rounder against
classy Sonny Ray at Madison
Square Garden new Friday nignt.
Rav of Chicago, boasting a win
ning string of nine, is rated sixth
by the Ring magazine and 10th
by the NBA. Anthony' of New
York is toDs in both ratines.
Anthony, 23, will De tavorea
at about 13-5 because ot his com combined
bined combined boxer-oincher ability. He
reeistered 29 knockouts wnue
winnine 35 of his 42 bouts. Ray,
22 and making his New York
debut, scored only seven Knock Knockouts
outs Knockouts while winning 17 of his 27
bouts. In Ray's last two IV
bouts, he knocked out highly
touted Jesse Bowdry and outpoint
ed Eddie Cotton.
Next Wednesday niefat's TV
(ABC) 10-rounder brings together
liehtweiehts (135 rounds) Frankie
Ryff of New York and Eddie
Perkins of Chicago at the Chi
cago Stadium.
Ryff, 26, will be favored at
about 8-5 because of his greater
experience. Each is only a fair
puncher, who has scored three
knockouts. Perkins. 21, ana mak
ing his first national TV debut,
won 11 of his 15 starts. Ryff, who
won his last six bouts, has 28
victories in 33 scraps.
Neither is now rated among the
top 10 contenders, but blondish
Frankie once was ranked high.
Perkins seeks a big win and pos
sible entrance into the ratings.
Campanula Now
Out-Patient At
NYU Hospital
GLEN COVE, N.Y. Nov. 8 (UPI)
Rov CamDanella. Dartiallv-oa-
rary-zed exDodger catcher, enter entered
ed entered a new rehabilitatidn phase to to-Hav
Hav to-Hav as an out-Datient from the
New York University Institute, of
Physical Medicine and Rehabilita
tion.
Three tiiries the most valuable
Dlaver n the National league,
CamDanella suffered a broken
neck in an automobile accident
last January.
Dr. Edward Lowman, clinical di-
ector, said the 36-year-old Cam Cam-panella
panella Cam-panella willis return to the Institute
three times a week for therapy.
He will commute from his home
for several months to receive treat
ment which may further strenthen
his use of arms and fingers.
Another Hiqh School
Football Player
Dies During Game
CLEBURNE. Tex. (UPI) An
other high school football player
has died during a game in Texas.
Ronnie Kirkpatrick, 16, fullback
for the Cleburne Hieh School "B"
team, collapsed after playing
only on offense, at the end of the
first auarter in a game here
Thursdav nieht.
Another high school player lieu
earlier this week in a game at
Phillips. Tex.
Kirkpatrick returnea to m
bench on a platoon change, sat
down, and suddenly slumped over.
An ambulance was called, but
the boy was dead on arrival at
Johnson County Memorial Hospi Hospital.
tal. Hospital. Kirkpatrick carried the ball
only once during the game, and
appeared to have taken no hard
blows.
The boy was the son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. Kirkpatrick. The
father agreed to an autopsy to
find out what caused the death ot
his son.
In Ihe death at Phillips, an au autopsy
topsy autopsy shewed that the dead'player
c o 1 1 a p 8 e d i from a ruptured
spleen.
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to the 1958 Canal Zone United Fund Drvie. (U.S. Army Photo)

Kan Dies, Football
Player Don Fuell
Critically Injured
GADSDEN. Ala. (UPI) One
man was killed and controversial
football player Donald Fuell of
Auburn critically injurea near
here Friday in a two-car collision
on u.a: Li. '-
Bobby Dale Hall, 26, of Cross-
ville, was killed instantly when
his car swerved in front of one
driven by Fuell, 19.
Fuell. from Guntersville, was
listed in critical condition at Bap
tist Memorial Hospital in Gads Gadsden.
den. Gadsden. He was reported suffering
from a concussion and many cuts
and bruises.
The Highway Patrol said Hall
was traveling south toward Bir
mingham when he applied his
braKes and his car swerved in
front of Fuell's car about five
miles south of Attalla.
This past summer, Fuell at
tempted to force the Southeastern
Conference to return his football
eligibility to participate in SEC
ahletics at Auburn. He had been
declared ineligible for allegedly
accepting inducements to enroll at
Auburn.
The National Collegiate Athletic
Assn. placed Auburn on three
years probation.
if lve attorneys, representing
ruell, filed a writ of mandamus
to require SEC Commissioner Ber-
nie Moore to give the high school
star quarterback another hearing
on the charges. He was accused
of accepting rent on an apartment
for himself, his wife and their
baby, an air conditioner and a
motor boat from alumni.
Fuell denied the charges and

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oi money irom an over the
world" is showing up for Ire Ireland's
land's Ireland's Ballymoss for next Tues Tuesday's
day's Tuesday's $100,000 Washington (D C.)
bintrnational Race at Laurel.
Because of thn hoavv wacrorina
this English "house" has stopped
quoting prices on tne Irish colt
who is regarded as the world's
greatest thoroughbred. . .in Eu
rope.
Ladbroke & Company is still
accepting bets on Philadelphian
John McShain's fnnr-vpar.nlH 7'ti.
ner of the two top classic races
in Europe and is informing bet bettors
tors bettors only that track odds will be
paia.
Cyril Parker, Ladbroke and Com-
Danv's manacrintr riiroptni- fur.
ther said that no money is being
wagered with his establishmenf,
or any other that he knows of,
on any of the nine other horses
scheduled to run.
PGA RETAINS RUSSELL
CLEARWATER, Fla. (UPI)-
The Professional Golfers' Associa
tion has retained Bob Russell for
another year as public relations
director. The association is cur
rently holding its 42nd annual
meet.
claimed he never received a hear hearing
ing hearing to dispute the charges. Judge
J. Russell McElroy of Birming
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and upheld the conference s rigat
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Catcher-manager Billy Shantz
i the Panama Professional
ague's champion Carta Vieja
ub and 11 of his players were
xheduled. to arrive at Tocumen
-irport early this afternoon.
' The team, which will be
housed at the Hotel Roosevelt,
will begin" training at the
.Olympic Stadium tomorrow
morning for ihe 1958-59 seal seal-son
son seal-son which rets underway Nov.
..19. jw-v.i :
Slated to arrive-along with
Shantz, who will be a,ccompan
led by Mrs. Shantz: are infield'
ers Tony Bartirome,? Galr Allie,
and Dave Jacobs, all ol Colum Columbus,
bus, Columbus, Class t AAA r International
League; arid Spider Wilhelm,
Knoxville. Class ; AA) Southern
Association, U;;-t
. Outfielder Bill Patsons, Victo Victoria.
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Catcher Tom Patton, Vancou Vancouver,
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sign four. Players to complete
his 16-maiv imported" roster.
Panamanian in fielder Joe
ClarKe is expected to Join the
club which would bring the
squad to a total of 17.
Shantz led the Yankees to vic
tory last season and piloted
them to a second place nnisn
(tied with Puerto Rico) In the
Caribbean Series held in San
Juan last February.
SUGAR BOWL SELLOUT
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. Seventh1 Week '
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Ih-Ei Boys -must'! have changed
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uucv jwiuis io uie Aces woo nave
sudden! v 'hpfnmo n throot t
league ,s leaders. ? However i since
uiiierte cook onijrtwo points from
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m-ia;!sauaold:Iait.ad.-Vst.
John led V-M with a 571 tn taVo.
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Shnners. After Spotting them'' 70
pins per game, tne Plymouth men
had to settle for a snlif when the
Fez men put on the power and
took ong game and total pinfall.
opeeni s ada series and 509 for
MUlapaugh took Class B and CJ
respectively.
ifte Naval Station gained a lit little
tle little ground In the standings as they
took the Cops for three ponts. The
Cods rhad to snot them m nine
per game and couldn't overcome
me nanaicap. Tnomas led the Nav Nav-Sta
Sta Nav-Sta with a 487 whil
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BALBOA MIXED LEAGUE'S BOARD OF DIRECTORS The boarff tof directors of the Balboa Mixed League, largest mixed
bowllnr league on the Isthmus, pose during a rest period from their bowling matches; (Front row,, left to right) Jesse Pate.
treasurer! Helen Olud; -secretary; Claus Klelschman, captain of Bass Shoes; Lena Burchett, vice-president and captain of Pabst
Blue Ribbon; Lou Glud, president;, Don Budy captain of Grecha Music; Mlmi Metzger, WJBC delegate, and Curly Bates,
league representative to the City Association. (Back row, left to right) Joe Bieber, captain of PascuaJ Cookies; Ed ttaynes,
captain of Tnrco: Bruce Hassler, captain of Canada Dry; Jerry Hill, captain of Camels; Bob Catlln, captain of Dillon-Hickman,
and Bruce Morrow, captain of Ebonite. Absent are Ginny Deveau, captain of Bpyd Brothers; Earl Freund, captain of
Ideal Bread, and Hank Dauphin, captain Of Paper Mate. V

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JOE WILLIAMS

Cuid end itu: Whether Hr Hr-riman
riman Hr-riman or Rockefeller won, the ac acceptance
ceptance acceptance speech flgurejl to be the
same: '.'Thanks a mullon." in a
more logical world Army's lonely
end and, Purdue's igoWen girl
would be going steady. For a while
it was i frightening thing, but t
looks now as if Harvard won't
have to apologiie for winning
football team. With macabre fit fitness
ness fitness a Penn player named Coffin
was prominent m the' Crimsons
title, demise The Cards, touring
Japan; have been experimenting
with a -yellow baseball. Anything
for color. A theme song for liber liberals:
als: liberals: "Bleeding Hearts and Flow Flowers."
ers." Flowers." With Auburtf 'beating Flori Florida,
da, Florida, 6-5, the flying wedge may be
just around the corner.
Yawn and.Shrug: Only our hea hea-VV.2
VV.2 hea-VV.2 ght champion failed 'o mea measure
sure measure ap to Hogan, (Kid) Bassey's
concepUn of American grandeur.
"I expected so much, I saw so
litOe.'f said the visiting Nigerian
who" holds the world's feather featherweight
weight featherweight crown. His reference was
to Floyd Patterson's amateur per performance'
formance' performance' against the soft touch
from Cut 'N' Shoot, last summer
Sill, hot or cold, Bassey did see
him, which 4s something few A A-mericans
mericans A-mericans can say. Patterson con continues
tinues continues to be the best-kept secret
since ,Pop Warner's hidden ball
charade. Even Joe Louis couldn't
get his phone number., Seems tn
old Brown' .Bomber hadn't first
consulted the hermit hero's, man manager,'
ager,' manager,' ." "'V V,
Rutaert and Bowl: Undefeated
Rutgers is not in the bowl market.
A realistic sDokesman explains;
"There is i.O-prfestige in a minor
W and we aren't equipped to
niwH a maior one.?' If any East

em team goes bowling it probably
' will ,be Syracuse victorious oyer
Pitt, which had, tied No. I' ranked
Army the week-Wore--Jt was sur surprising
prising surprising how little- credit accrue
to Pitt from; the 14-14 stand coff!

the mtemgemslt attributing the
accomplishment to Army cripns
rather rthan. to. .Pitt, class. Syra Syracuse's
cuse's Syracuse's i subseauent trinmph. there
fore, was not a true upset. Other
bowl probables: 'LSU in he Su
gar, Iowa iir-Uie- Rose, uiuanoma
( who else? ) in the Orange, Joe
E. Lewis in this Wassail.
' Rice and 1 Army i: After getting
schneidered, Jl-O, .by North-western,
Ohio State's Woody Hayes is
more convinced than ever there's
too (much piling -on in football.
Prospective draftees reading : the
headline, "Rice Set. for : Army.
wjU be relieved to know this, ne-
soldiery cuisine. There is this to
be said for political 'oratory; it
endows Stengeles1 with greater
lucidity and meaning.' One wond-
ers what would have become of
the high silk hat If it weren't tor
the Horse Show land Tammany
funerals. Unless the central figures
re clad in bikinis; a football pool
scandal soon roses reader interest
. .1

: Monty and tkat-In''Memoirs of

Montgomery," now1 in book stalls,
the British field.' marshal ques
oons the military genius of Pres

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ident Ike and writes that he was
more like a "football coach . -up
and down the line all the time, en encouraging
couraging encouraging everyone to get on with
the game." An inspired analogy
since Ike coaches intramurally at

West Point and later at various
Army posts, once losing a -close
one to Lou Little at Georgetown.
Our grapevine informs Ike plan
ned to discuss this and otner phas phases
es phases of his "obscure football life" at
the .recent Hall of Fame dinner
here but switched to muscle build building
ing building at the request of a publisher,
fostering the project.
Harlew aitd Harvard: The first
Ivy League maestro to win the
Scripps-Howard Coach of the Year
citation, Dick Harlow C36) ait ait-dresses
dresses ait-dresses the Harvard Club of New
Jersey in Newark Friday, a rare
public appearance since his retire retirement,
ment, retirement, due to high-blood pressure.
Harlow gave Harvard its finest
postwar teams. Army was beaten
two out of three and a blue blood
Grotohite, Enditott Peabody even
made All-America tackle in '41. It
was oh the banks of the Charles
that Harlow perfected the naked
reverse, or .'Sally Rand Spe Spe-cia.1,"
cia.1," Spe-cia.1," in which the linemen and
blockers go one way, the ball car carrier,
rier, carrier, unattended, goes the other.
Ask pop about Sally. She was to
fans what Brigette is to towels to today.
day. today. ; ....
C.F.N. Radio-TV
Sports Schedule
The Caribbean Forces Network
has announced the following sports
broadcasts for the week.
' Radio
Sunday, Nov. 9 Football: Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore Colts vs .New York Giants,
1:45 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 15 Football:
Yale vs Princeton foollowed bv
Ohio" State vs" University of Io
wa, 1:15, p.m..
Stateside football scores: Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 11:00. p.m.; CFN NEWS:
.Sunday, about 3:00 p.m., at end
of pro football game on radio;
Monday, e:45 p.m. on sports seg segment,
ment, segment, PANORAMA. x
Ttlovisioh
Wednesday, Nov:12 Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night figh:s7i0 pm. .';'
Thursday, Nov. 13 -- Fight of
the week. 10 o.m J :
Friday, Nov. 14 Wrestling 10
p.m. . V .. v
Saturday, Nov, 15 College Foot
oau,: 3 p.m. :
Putter No
; MIAMI BiACH, Fla. (NEA)
Willie Hoppo was moaning in
hit reMrimant a Miami Btich
about his pu.ting on the golf
coursa.
"I choke," ha said. "I Bunch
I have no tench at all."
Hoppe, long the king of bil billiards,
liards, billiards, could thread a needle with
a three-cushion shot, but a nut-
ter obviously n't .he one-time-
boy wonder's; cue.'

By OSQAR

NEW YORK (UPD Trying to; numbers and symbols. Already
beat the horses is a tough way some 72 million separate combi combi-to
to combi-to make a living but. even tougher nations have been used, and new

than that, is trying to beat the
tote machine.
A lo o people give it a go.
They try to counterfeit tickets,
put new numbers on old ones and
paste different, tickets together.
They .all, wind-up bfiirtd the
the barred-window eight ball. .;
What brings this to mind if that
this is the 25th anniversary ot
the American Totaiisator Com Company,
pany, Company, which buU the tote ma machines
chines machines with their scientific, anti anti-fraud
fraud anti-fraud nrecautions. These ma
chines, together with 50 experi
enced operatives ot tne inorougn inorougn-bred
bred inorougn-bred Racing Protective Bureau,
manv of whom are former FBI
men. have to make a 3-billion-
dollar a year payoff come out
even to the nickel.
The ".DlKeons" keep them busy.
That is what phony mutuel tick tickets
ets tickets are known aS and it's amaz
ing how many people figure! they
can beat the horses with their
own printing press or even a ball
point pen.
At uiaiean last winter, tne
cashiers Wound up paying out on
one day more, man naa peen
taken in. Inspection showed that
.aA( AntA.An,t) hail hn
useri The naner .was authentic
8nd offset reproductwns had been
made. But the difference, was' de
tected and the "pigon" producers
run out oi Dusmess.
' Two teenagers were picked up
at one midwestern track after
they used water-colors to doctor
a ticket. Another get-rich quick
erouo used a bail po.n pen to
alter numbers, and languished in
jail to regret it. There are cut
out and paste-on efforts and some
have even used a rubber stamp.
But, as they all discover, it is
impossible to eet away with it.
For the heart pf the tote machine
proection is a code wnicn men
vidually idenifies,, every race,
every day on every tracx,
Super Soe'ocy
The tickets are printed on water-marked
paper, of different col
ors. with distinctive dates :i d
numbers for race and horse. But
the "code is the trick. It consists
of five characters of different
type face and styles and special
Washington Can
Transfer Franchise
To Another City
WASHINGTON (UPI-Federal
Judee David A. Pine ruled
Wednesday that the Washington
Senators have a legal right to
transfer their i American League
franchise. to another city
H. Gabriel Murphy, a 40 per
cent stockholder in the c 1 u b.
brought suit against the Senators
contending that i a 1954 law pre
vented 'the Senators from miking
a transfer. The law requires com
panies Incorporated in the District
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of business here.
Dla hM that Mm AA Ant- U.
prive an i already incorporated
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. Jdhn E Powell, attorney for
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ones are used daily.
xnese codes are worked out in
super secrecy, reproduced on a
stereotyped bar and locked away
until one trusted man. puts the
day's code into the machine just
before the betting, windows open.
,as an added safety factor,-there
is a warning system inside me
electric brain of the tote machine
which gives warning of "pigeons"
and other till-robbing ventures.
The totaiisator has to balance.
The money taken in also has to
go out and bells start ringing like
a tour alarm lire when tne out outgoing
going outgoing sum is larger than the
amount bet on the race..
Use New Dodge
It has become so tough that
the sharks have worked out a new
dodge.
Now they sell the altered tick
ets to the customers.
Say you are waiting in a long
line to bet your horse and it looks
as if you might oe shut out at
the window. Along comes a char character
acter character waving a ticket he "bought
by mistake" and offers it to any
one who wants it. The hunch bet bettor
tor bettor may grab it and so may any
one else who wants the number
being offered.
You, my friend, probably
bought a '"pigeon." If the horse
loses, you're none the wiser. But
if it wins, you're in trouble when
you try to collect.
Your best bet is to get In line
early because the other way
you can lose by winning.

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Harry Stuhldreher
Calls Modern Football
Gridiron Revolution'

' By RUDY CERNKOVIC
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PITTSBURGH (UPI)-The best best-known
known best-known quarterback of the. 1920's
hailed modern football today as
a "gridiron revolution" which has
produced faster thinkers, faster
movers and above all more m-j
telligent players. u' J
Harry Stuhldreher of Notr
Dame's fabled "Four Horsemen"
said' he marvels at the way the
game has developed ynce he
played.'
VThese fellows, today are away
anead of us," said Stuhldreher. J
"The teams have better coaching, i
better facilities. The players are
faster movers and faster thinkers.
But what has impressed me most
is the increasing number of intel intelligent
ligent intelligent players." i
When he became an executive
with U. S. Steel in 1950, Stuhldre Stuhldreher
her Stuhldreher 'ended a football career that
spanned 35 years as a player and
coach. After his graduation from
Notre Dame in 1925, he went to
Vilianova as coach where he re remained
mained remained 11 years and spent the
next 14 years at Wisconsin.
uranasTana voacn now
"I'm strictly a grandstand
coach now," he said. "And it has
made me more tolerant man tne
experts. I've learned a lot sitting
in the stands. I'm not so critical
of the coaches and have de-
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veiopeo- more aympamy iui ub
officials.
"Today there is a greater re re-sonsibility
sonsibility re-sonsibility in football on the part
of the players, coaches and offi
nials. ;
Stuhldreher said he is intrigued
by the wide-open type of football
todav. 1
"Of course, under Knute Rockne
we .always played a oaring
game."
He was asked to speculate On
how Rockne would rate as a
coach if he were in the game to today.
day. today. "Rock would be away ahead of
them just as he was in his time.
He was a genius. Remember, it
Shoepner To Try
To Apply Slogan
Beat Americans'
DORTMUND, Germany (UPI)
Unbeaten Erich Schoepner, light
heavyweight champion of Ger Germany,
many, Germany, will, try to apply Europe's
'.'beat-the-Americans" boxing slo
gan to the 175-oound dividion to
might in a 10-round fight with
Chuch SDieser.
More than 10,000 are expected
to attend this bout between tne
German slugger and 29-year-old
Spieser of Lansing, Mien., in
Westfalen Halle Arena.
Twentv-six-year-old Erich, un
beaten in 22 professional bouts al
though held to one draw, will oe
launching an intensive campaign
for a shot at the world title held
by veteran Archie Moore. Schoep
ner is ranked fourth among woria
contenders.
Brown-haired Spieser, formerly
a high-ranking contender, will be
eneaeing in his second nout on
the comeback trail after having
been knocked out by Tony An
thony, April 28, 1957. He out
pointed Bobby Lane last Feb. l.
Schoepner, who knocked out 12
of his 22 opponents, won tne tier tier-man
man tier-man title last Feb. 22 on a first first-round
round first-round kayo over Willi Hoepner.
That same Hoepner won the Eu
ropean title on a fifth-round foul
over Italian ArtemV Calzavara,
May 30.
Spieser also has a kayo victory
over Hoepner, whom he stopped
in the second round at Milwaukee,
Nov. 28, 1956.
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,"The wide-open play of today
intrigues me. That's why I'm
looking forward to the Notre
Dame-Pitt game here tomorrow.
'"The teams are similar. Both
are daring, dangerous and even
reckless. But not reckless to i V
point of being careless. They are
soundly coached and it should be
quite a passing show with Pitt's
(Ivan) Toncic and (Bill) Kaliden
against George Izo and Bobby
Williams.
"The team that can stay fired
up for 60 minutes will win. I'm
looking for an explosion st Pitt
Stadium. There'll be a blast of
passes."
Last season, Izo's 74-yard touch touchdown
down touchdown pass to Aubrey Lewis eave
tne Irish a 13 7 victory over Pitt.
"The opportunist will win ihei
game," said Stuhldreher who, of
course, hopes his alma mater will
seize the needed break.
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FRIDAY'S
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
V
Syracuse 42 Boston U.
Florida St. 17 Miam" (Fla.) i
Tulane 17 Alabama 7
Tenntssee Tech 20 Eastern Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky If
West Virginia St. 32 Salem 0
McPherson 23 Bethany (Kan.) 7
Carthago 14 Navy Pier U. of Illi Illinois
nois Illinois 0
Culver-Stockton 51 Eureka 7
Paris JC 24 Blinn JC 4
San Francisco CC 7 Sacramento
JC 4
Modesto JC 14 Oakland JC 0
Whatever
Happened to .
DANNY MACFAYDEN
DANNY MacFayden was a ma major
jor major league pitcher for 17 years,
much of it in the city of Boston.
Danny, known as "The Deacon,"
came up with the Red Sox in
1926 and stuck until 1932 when
the Yankees picked him up for
three seasons. He later spent five
years with the Braves. Danny's
best seasons were 16-12 with the
1931 Red Sox and 17-13 for the
1936 Braves. All told the scholarly
right hander won 132, lost 159.
Whatever happened to Danny
MacFayden? Now 53, he is base-
ball coach at Bowdoin College at
Brunswick, Maine.

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One of the most sensational
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tics Celtics concern over the possibility
that playmaker Bob Cousy may
be sidelined for two or three
games.
Russell, 6-foot, 10 inch ex-San
Francisco ace, connected for 24
points and grabbed 27 rebounds
Wednesday night as the Celtics
nipped the Syracuse Nationals,
117-115. The Nationals rallied n
the final minute to tie the score
but the Celtics won on Sam
Jones 17-foot jump shot with one
second remaining.
Cousy suffered torn ligaments
in his right leg just betore half half-time,
time, half-time, did not return to action and
said after the game that it was
"50 50 whether 111 be able to
play next Saturday or Sunday.
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nati Cincinnati Royals, 108-97, for their third
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Gibraltar Die Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service? Personnel
FinanceYour New Or
- Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO S6 Mo.
cm new cars
AGENCY DEHLINGER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
S DAT
LIMA TOUR
Inc. air fare, transfer, toon,
and deluxe hotel
$180
leave every Tues. and FrL
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama 2-1661
the first and only
transistor
SPEED LIGHT
no more burned out tubes
guaranteed for life
work on flashlight batteries
ancle of 7o
only $27.50
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
The New
LP
NIKON
With built-in Universal
Vlewflnder System
U.M4IM
Panama Col6n

HUMBER and ROBIN HOOD BICYCLES
If you are looking for a good lightweight English
bicycle we carry a complete stock of Humber and Rbin
Hood cyclei made by Raleigh Industries of England. Gents'.
ladies' .and boys' and girls' models with special ac ac-ccsories
ccsories ac-ccsories such as built-in dynamos; safety lock; beautiful
colors.
Special Canal Zone Prices!
Muebleria CASA SPARTON

Central 26-109

Apartments

FOR RENT: Luxuriously fur furnished
nished furnished apartments, decorated by
well known interior decorator.
Rental includes all utilities, maid
service, telephone and 24-hour
watchman. Ask at "Arte y Deco Deco-racion"
racion" Deco-racion" Store in Edificio Campo
Alegre en Via Esparia across from
Hotel El Panama Hilton, tele telephone
phone telephone 3-7425.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, suitable for two couples.
It has kitchen and bathroom be between
tween between two large rooms with out outside
side outside doors, also one balcony. Ap Apply
ply Apply janitor, Powell at TI-132,
4th of July Avenue or phone
Hopkins, Balboa 2966. Also
space en lower floor, suitable for
bachelor apartment.
One bedroom apartment, $50.
Furnished and utilities. Call 3 3-4249
4249 3-4249 after 5:00 p.m. Military
inspected.
FOR RENT: Modern three
bedroom apartment, with living
room, dining room, two main
bathrooms, maid's room with
bath, garage and laundry apart apartment
ment apartment located on first floor, has
hot water, rent $115.00. Phone
Panama 2-0027 or 3-0763.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, one bedroom. Privata
entrance, light and rock gas.
1 1 4 Via Belisario Porras.
email furnished apartment for a
couple, Via Porraa, San Francisco.
Phone 3-5024.
FOR RENT Apartment In Bella
Vista, furnished if desired, 3
bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, drawing,
dining room, maid's room, hot
water, tcreened. Apply 47 Street
No. 17, upstairs. Tel 3-1551.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment with light and gas in Vis Vista
ta Vista Hermosa, Tel. 3-3589.
Socialite Prefers
To Pay Fine Rather
Than Give Up Child
NEW YORK (TJPD-Mrs. Clar
ice Legzet, a red naired caie
socialite, said today that she
would pay a $100, a day fine im imposed
posed imposed by a Chicago court rather
than give up Custody of her 12-yeair-old
daughter.
Judge ThaddeugV. Adesko
awarded custody of the child, Ca Catherine
therine Catherine Rasm'ussen, to her father,
Robert V. Rasmussen, 51, of Lake
Forest, 111., lormer head of tne
National Tea Co. Adesko ordered
Mrs. Legget, 39, to pay -100 for
each day .she failed to surrender
Catherine."
"My husband can take- his
money and go to hell," said Mrs.
Legget at her home here. "I'd
rather have my daughter."
Mrs. Legget refused to surrender
her daughter to Rasmussen last
July and was found in contempt
by Adesko Oct. 23. She refused
to appear in Chicago Thursday for
another hearing.
"I'd rather lose the money than
go through the mess, the nasti nasti-ness,
ness, nasti-ness, he threatenes me with,"
Mrs. Legget said. "Let" him come
here if he wants to. At least in
New York we will hav a chance
to hav the papers in the case
sealed so that the mud he flings
won't stick to me or my daugh daughter."
ter." daughter." REDS FREE PRIEST
BERLIN (UPI) The Rev.
Hugo Hermes, a Roman Catholic
priest sentenced to 16 months in
an East German jail last month,
has been released unexpectedly,
the Catholic weekly Petrusbaltt
has reported. It said Father
Hermes, of Bad Koesen, had
been convicted of possessing ko ko-man
man ko-man Catholic literature provoca provocative
tive provocative to the Communist East Ger German
man German regime.
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Needed
Immediately
Experienced Secretary
Experienced Accountant
Must be bilingual. Mail Re Resume
sume Resume showina; qualifications,
experience and education and
one recent photograph to:
Apartado 1595
Calidonia.

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Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1953 Pontiae
Chiett ,n, WS tires, radio, good
condition. Price $585.00 cash
only. May be seen at Quarry
Heaghts, 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 4-1178.
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth
station wagon. New tires, excel excellent
lent excellent condition. Tel. 2-3033.
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.
FOR SALE: 1950 Chrysler 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan, excellent condition,
new tires, duty paid, $250.00.
Call Curundu 7121.
FOR SALE: 1949 Fordor Ford,
$300.00, phone Curundu 7127.
Govt, ol Teamwork
Re-established,
Rockefeller Says
NEW YORK, Nov. 8 (UPD
Governor-elect Nelson Rockefel Rockefeller
ler Rockefeller said last night the State fac
es a serious financial situation
but added he didn't know, at
present, whether a tax increase
would be necessary.
Rockefeller told a press con conference
ference conference his studies indicate a 100
million dollar to 200 million dol
lar budeet deficit next year.
"The picture is certainly not
bright," he said.
Rockefeller also said he 'would
give top priority to retention
and strengthening of rent con
trols. The present law expires
next June.
The Governor-elect said -he
hoped to announce the name of
his budget director today and
planned to send three observers
to budget hearings in AiDany
next week.
The news conference followed
a lengthy meeting Rockefeller
held at, his home with Lt. Gov. Gov.-elect
elect Gov.-elect Malcolm Wilson, Attorney
General Louis J. Lefkowitz, Sen
ate Majority Leader Walter J
Mahoney, Assembly Majority
Leader Walter J. Mahoney, As
sembly Majority Leader Joseph
F. Carlino and Republican State
Chairman L. Judson Morehouse
The meeting, Rockefeller said
re-established "teamwork pov-
ernment" between legislative
and executive leaders.
Defense To Wind Up
Case In Kasner's
Segregation Trial
NASHVILLE. Tenn. (UPD The
defense was expected to wind up
its case today in the incitjng-to-
not trial of segregationist John
Kasper, who testified that his ac activities
tivities activities were aimed at "promotng
peace between the races.
Kasper, charged in connection
with disturbances when Nashville's
first grades integrated under fed federal
eral federal court order last year, denied
he was responsible for any vio violence.
lence. violence. Rauls on Schoqlfield, Chief de defense
fense defense counsel, saif he expected to
call "at least 15 or 20 witnesses"
today in an attempt to show that
Kasper was not responsible for
the riots.
Criminal Court Judge Homer
Weimar said if both sides wound
up tfcek cises by 3 p. m. he
wpuld ct them give their final
arguments "for as long as you
want."
Kasper, on the stand in his own
behalf, said the Cit;zens Council
he formed here in July 1957 was
chartered with the stale "to pro
mote mutual improvement of its
members and to promote harmony
between the races."
Asst. Attv. Gen. Paul Bumpus,
on cross examination, asked the
New Jersey segregationist: 'Did
you think you were promoting
harmonv betleen the races when
you distributed handbills calling
Negroes niggers:
Kasper said he didn't think Ne Ne-uroes
uroes Ne-uroes minded being called "nig
gers." He said he thought it was
a term of endearment in the
South.
Bumpus said, "Did you think
you were promoting harmoney
when you passed out handbills
showing white girls and Negro
men kid9iu;
Kasper said, "I don't know.''
Burnous asked him if he didn'l
know the photograph was takf-n
in Germany.
Kasper said, "I don't know 1
thought if was taken in Arkansas
but I cpn't say for sure. "It's oni;

hearsay."

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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 aee at
5628-D. Hecker St. Diablo.
FOR SALE: 1 all porcelain 9
cu. ft. refrigerator, new 60
cycle unit, $50.00 0434-B, An An-con.
con. An-con. FOR SALE: Ten aluminum
blinds for duplex. House 2811,
Apt.. B., Cocoli. Joe H. Goodwin.
Phone Pedro Miguel 4-467.
FOR SALE: Wrought iron sofa,
3 chairs, wfoam rubber cush cushions;
ions; cushions; 2 tables, 2 lamps, $85,
RCA Hi-Fi Console Model, $90.
Call Balboa 1683.
FOR SALE: "Shelvador" refri refrigerator
gerator refrigerator in good condition. Fair
price, 168 Via Belisario Porras.
FOR "SALE: Two gas heaters,
double bed (complete), portable
typewriter, Balboa 2-1764.
FOR SALE: 2 nite tables with
headboard box, mahogany 4
drapes 81" wide ea., 2 padded
valance boards, set of dishes,
white and gold, new, twelve $40,
bamboo dropleaf table, $150.00.
Tel. Balboa 2494.
FOR SALE: Two modern ma mahogany
hogany mahogany end tables, one corner
table, blond color, very attrac attractive,
tive, attractive, $15.00 each. Table lamp,
$5.00. Call 3-3268 mornings and
nights, 2-3438 afternoons.
Air Force Tension
Mounts; Moon Shot
Set For Tomorrow
CAPE' CANAVERAL, Fla.. Nov,
8 (UPI) The Air Force worked
under mounting tension today to
prepare its third moon rocket
for another launching attempt
eany tomorrow.
Officials declined to elaborate
on the "technical difficulties"
that forced postponement of the
first attempt a42:34 a.m. today.
The trouble 'couid have been
caused m any one ol thousands
of parts or by loss of contact
with a tracking station.
The'; postponement, which
came only 48 minutes before the
scheduled firing time at 1:22
a.m meant that the launch
team would have to start almost
from the beginning In the count countdown
down countdown checklist, a 94-page docu document
ment document that includes 1,100 Items.
A new system of cuttine off
the second stage engine of the
rocket will be used this time to
avoid the difficulty that caused
the second moon rocket to fall
far short of the lunar sphere
Instead of the "accelerometer"
built into the earlier vehicles
the second stage engine of the
third rocket will be cut off by
radio signals from a ground sta station
tion station when a computer figures
the rocket has achieved the
proper anele of flight at the de
sired speed.
I GULF EXPANDS IN KUWAIT
NEW YORK (UPI) Gulf Oil
Corp. announced that Kuwait Oil
Co., Ltd., jointly-owned by Gulf
and British Petr61eum Co., Ltd.,
is building a large gas compres compression
sion compression plant for secondary recovery
of Kuwait crude oil.

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"The five members of the Roote family who direct the activities of the Rootes Groun
manufacturers of Sunbeam, Humber and Bilman cars are among; tbe most widely travelled
executives in the motor industry. Between them this year they have travelled more, than 17D.
000 miles on business trips abroad.. : -V
This picture was taken in London when Rootes recently; announced their new Humber,
Sunbeam and HHlman range, "j- . mV,- r:A',,-'-- "..r"fT
They are, left to right: Sir Reginald Rootes, deputy chairman of the rroup; Geoffrey
Rootes managing director manufacturing division; Sir William Rootes, chairman; Timothy
Rootes', director In charge sales and service manufacturing companies; Brian Rootes, manas:
inr director of Rootes Ltd. and head of sales. f
Colon Motors, Inc., is the local distributor for the Rootes Group can la Panama and the
Canal Zone..,- ..

STREET, PANAMA tlBRERIA PBEqADO-T Brrtet Ne. 11 A6K

Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Three strand Rat Rattan
tan Rattan set includes three tablet ex extra
tra extra covers and rug, $175, dln dln-ingroom
ingroom dln-ingroom tat, mahogany, $170.
Dumont 21 inch TV and table
$200. 1953 Pontiae, 4 door hy hy-dramatic,
dramatic, hy-dramatic, excellent condition,
duty paid, $800. Tel. Balboa
4495.
FOR SALE: Like new Vt Ton
Air Conditioner. Used only 1
week. Call Michael MeCafferty
3-0140. ;- -s
FOR SALE. VM Hi-Fi; General
Electric vacuum cleaner;' maho maho-ganey
ganey maho-ganey double dresser; Norge
washer; Norge dryer; Chrysler
air-conditioner, 1 h.p., Chrysler
air-conditioner, A h.p. Coldspot
refrigerator; Ascot waterheater.
All items in' excellent condition.
Call 4-1178.
FOR SALE: 1953 Pontiae. ex-
cedent shape, duty paid, new
tires and battery,' recent over overhaul,
haul, overhaul, self sealing tubes,, hydra hydra-matic,
matic, hydra-matic, original upholstery. Must
be seen to appreciate. Mahogany
dining room set. Dumont TV set.
Call Balboa 4495.
CANARIES
FOR SALE: -Australian para parakeets
keets parakeets and canaries of various
colon, moderate prices. Phone 3 3-6271,
6271, 3-6271, 50th street, between 94th
and 95th.,
FOR SALE: Ampro tapa record recorder,
er, recorder, relatively new, in good con condition.
dition. condition. Phone 4-598..
FOR SALE: Beautiful Italian
accordion; Scandalli, trade mark;
120 bases; almost new. Tel.
6109, Curundu.
FOR SALE: Hearing aid Zenith
50X in perfect condition, still
under warranty. Tel 3,-5917.
FOR SALE: Tremendous bar bargain,
gain, bargain, brand new Zenith 4- speak speaker,
er, speaker, High Fidelity console model,
Just arrived, must sacrifice, dfuo,
to change in plans. Cost $350;
will sell for $250. Balboa 1353,
FOR SALE: Mara and I month
eld colt. Saa at Pacific Saddle
Club.
FOR SALE: Racord-playef ra-
dio, (Webster-Chicago, new mo
tor),' must sell immediately,
6355-B, Los Rios, Balboa 2722.
IFOR SALE: Electrie plant, 9
KW, 1 1 0220 volts 1 phase.
$350.00; AC generator 1 KW
110 Volts 60 cycle 1 phase $30.
1 Vi h.p. 60 cycle, motor 1 phase
brand new $60.00. Mahogany
lumber finished two sides, air
dried five years, 1', 2', 4' thick,
random with ,20 BFM. Tel. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-3630.
HEARING AIDS
For the Hard of Hearing.
Examination with Audiometer.
Dr. Marcial Diai' Clinic
Rochet Street. Phone 2-2541
2-6 p.m.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: 1952 BSA, Gold
Star, 500 c.c. See or call Brook
Claxton. Tel, Panama 3-3493
after 4:30.
FOR SALE: Boxers, only 2 left.
Eight weeks old, A.K.C register register-er.
er. register-er. $60.00. Albrook 289-B or
phone 2208.

Dogs

Real Estate

FOR SALE: lote 500 anal 1.000
meters, in the Nuevo Hipidrema
Urbanization, across tha Ramon
Racetrack. All rata with ttreef
rVonts. sewage, water, main and!
electricity. Call W. McBarnett.
Tel. 3-2567. '
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE i Cubin crusier 3 V
"x I'6"x3 V4 Yi, l1 mahogany
planked hull. Ready to go. Phono
FOR SALE:- 1 5' Moulded fiber
; flasi boat. Fully equipped lest
motor. $975. f hone Coco Sol
519. . .''..-'-.7v..;-
Wanted Position
Serious, responsible lady, who
specializes in children' care,
desires to travel with family as
maid. Any one interested pleas
call 2-3734. Ask for Julio Un Underwood..
derwood.. Underwood.. , i
ST. PETER'S
La Boca
Another Homecoming Susdi
will be observed tomorrow at St.
Peter's Church, which continues
as a center of worship in the de
populated, town ot La Boca.
Instituted some years ago when
the congregation began shifting
from fhe town, Homecoming Sun
day is looked forward to each
year, by former parishioners who
return for a reunion. Greetings
are also sent from aboard.
A solemn high mass will be eel-
ebated on this occasion, starting
11 a.m., with the Rev. Allan R.
Wentt of. St. Alban's Church Pa-
raiso, as ; celebrant; Kev. John
Spear, priest; in charge, deacon;
and Kev laarence w. Hayes oi
St. Christopher' Church Rio-Aba-
jo,' sufrdeacon ana .precher
After the service, a v lUncheoA
will be served in the parish nau,
to wnica me congregation is invit invited.
ed. invited. No other services are scheduled
for the day, but the regular mid midweek
week midweek celebration will be held in
Pedro Miguel next .Friday morn morning
ing morning at 9:30.
Harvest thanksgiving services
on Nov. 23 will follow Homecom Homecoming
ing Homecoming Sunday.
SUDS FOR STUDENTS
ETON, England (UPI) The
older boys at Eton public school
now sip beer between classes at
their own pub, believed to be theJ
only licensed bar in any secon secondary
dary secondary education institution in the
world. For many years, students
over 16 were allowed to drink at
the Christopher Tap Inn. When the
Inn closed after the death of its
owner, Eton authorises decided to
take it over and turn it into a
club for teachers and students.
A-PLANE DEVELOPMENT
FORT WORTft, Tex. (UPI)
mi 1 ; . l
ine uonvair division m uenerai
Dynamics Corp, announced Thurs Thursday
day Thursday it has been awarded a $2,671, $2,671,-557
557 $2,671,-557 Air Force contract to continue
work on the devlopment of a nuclear-powered
aircraft.
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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS)
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
NURSERY SCHOOL. House 175.
Morgan Avenue, Balboa. Trans-
portation provided, call Balboa
1214.-: r ww?
CAMERA REPAIRS. All make,
all work guaranteed, Call HAT HATERS
ERS HATERS 101 Colon, 8057. 7th Street.
. Lady, do you need an expert
dressmaker or1 a person good at
altering garments?' Call Curun-
WANTED
1953, 54, ar 55 Ford, Chevrolet
or Plymouth passenger car or
station wagon. Good condition.
Cash. Phone 2-1767 Balboa,
after 5:00 p.m. phone 6-114
Gamboa.
WANTED TO BUY: 1950
1953 Chevrolet, cheap but cash.
Phona 2-0740, Mr. Diaz.
WANTED: 11953, 54 or 55
ford, Chevrolet or Plymouth pas passenger
senger passenger ear or station wagon.
Good condition. Cask. Phono 2-
. 1767 Balboa, after 5:00 p.m.,
phona 6.114 Gamboa.
l!TJrnm P"P. 1 "lentha
old, 28 Oct. Female, color; fawn
Wh,'l. """ki9. Call Navy'
Pacific 2482, REWARD,
TIii
ree more boats have entered
the Panama Marlin Club's annual
tournament and ara nnm hi,!..
for the fishing grounds. The fish fishermen
ermen fishermen were busy today trying
to catch bait to tempt the bia
ones.
At last count, 112 anglers had
entered the tourney. The boats
are to rendezvous tonight at Co Co-cos
cos Co-cos Point in the Perlas, then head
for individual fishing grounds for
the week-long contest starting Sun
"Howard Clark of Margarita, a a-board
board a-board the Seri, Jumped the. gun
Friday and boated a 185 pound
marlin on 50 pound' test line. He
catch is not eligible for the tour tournament,
nament, tournament, of course..
' Crew members of the Serf com commented
mented commented that they already had put
to work Dr. Robert Rabbins, a
scientist from the University of
Miami-, who was called here by
the Panama, Marlin Club to study
the different types of marlin.
Local anglers believe that four
types of the marlin are to be
found here silver, stripes, b J u e
International

Prexy, Wife Due Tomorrow

Lions International resident
Dudley L. Simms and Mrs. Opal
Simms are scheduled to arrive
at Tocumen airport at 4:15 p.m.,
tomorrow on a visit to Panama
and the Canal Zone. Local Lions
Club officials and members of the
Panama and Balboa Lions Club
will meet them at the airpor.
Early this year, as internation
al vice president, and his wife
visited Lions Clubs in Manila,
Philippines, Hong Kong,,.;; Taiwan,
Formosa and Tokyo. Japan, xney
recently completed a tour of Eu
rope and are now visiting central
and south America,
He and his wife will attend a
Cocktail party planned by the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Lions Club at 5 p.m. tomor
row, at the Tivoli Guest House,
The Panama Lions Club mil
hold a dinner in their honor at 8
p.m. at the Union Club.
On Monday Simms accompanies
by vice governor 'oT' the region,
Wesley M. Kennedy, president Bal
boa Lions Club Zellg O. Blum-
berg; international director ,.? Dr.
Teodoro Arias; international rela relations
tions relations director Charles Rodges;
Pablo Paz. president Panama
blions' Club; Hans Frank, zone
chairman, and secretary William

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H O G-YCN
. 840 PANAMA .1090 COt,?,

Wanted lady'for keeping books,

part-, time Job. Mia speak
Spanish and English. VMra R. I,
, Hopkins, Box .1785. Bal
boa. CZ.
WANTED: Aggreestve tales talesman;
man; talesman; must be US. citiiW. Good
remuneration for tha right par ''
son, For interview 4 1 1 tela
phono 1-4946 3-4,968.
SERVICES I
TELEVISION SERVICI f
We repair in your heme
weren't pretend la guaranty.
owe work. Wa guarantee
PHONE THE EXPERTS:
CRAWFORD AGENCIES
Tel.: 2-1905
Tivoli Avenu No 11-20
Former LI. Governor
Gels Florida Posl
Col. Herman SchulL Jr. TTV
Army (Ret), former Lt. Governor
of the Canal Zone, has been ap
pointed manager of the' Florida
Inland Navigation District accord
ing to" information received at
aaiooa Heights. He will have hii v
office at West Palm Beach, ; ?
Prior to coming to th Cam!
Zone to assume the duties of Li
governor, voK SchuU served as
District Engineer for Florida,
Since hi retirement from the Ax Ax-my
my Ax-my last, year,! he has btfen Jivina
mi twiiusi ne nas recently moY-,
ed from Coral-Gable in lunit
he: 4 building a home.
The Florida. Inland Navigation
District Js ; cpneerned with new
construction, and Maintenance el
the Atlantic vlntracoastai wr.
W-from Jacksonville to Miami.
tegrated systent of Inland wateP
ways extending from Trenton to
Miami.
Congres 6a recently inwoprl.
ated : money for widening and deep
ing the channel between Wabasso
and Fort Pierce. The waterway
is authorized for wirfonw :&
i uctj;uuiK iar: as Aiiamu
and black. They ara hoplng'
iMdt lat,one of etch? specie
for Dr. Robins' examination.
Besides the isthmian anglerr
particiDatne. fiv arm.
who formerly were assigned here

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ve jiurnea lor tne tournament.
One, Warrant Officer C. E. SuSi
van, landed a, 120-pound sailfist -i
Kmt "Ported. I
Marlm Cluboffidals said the 1
tourney anoear tn h. r i

good start. They are hoping for 1
s" "muim aa plenty of bit'
catches. Constant radio communi
cation, it maintained with the
boats, permitting up-to-the mlnutt
deia."s 01 tne Gibing progress.
. The latest -. boats to enter the 1
marjin race-are the U. S. Ruaner
a Panama jCanal Company eraft
carrying ,J.fVandergrift, M. M
LaCrolx; ; H. Basham, V. E
Reed, C. H. Bath Jr., and W, J
Gdley; Little Mo. a private boa)
captained by-H. Singleton; anc
the Army's J-3790 inspection'boat
with Maj. James E. Davis, ; Jr..
Cant. Sobert' O. Dunfee, Capt
Robert C. Boatwright and Capt.
Eldon Basha'm.
Lions Club
Ambrose of Balboa Lions Club,
will meet with Gov. W. E. Potter,
at 9 a.m.
They will then proceed to the
Presidencia end call on President
Ernesto de la Guardia, Jr. at 10
a.m. Later in tne day they will
visit the Lions projects and de depart
part depart from Panama for Colombia
at 2:15 p.m.
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ThlEP OFFERS APOLOGY
NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE, Eng England
land England (UPI) Authorities have
stated that the hief who robbed
the people dispensary for sick ani animals
mals animals apparently was an aminai
lover. He returned everything he
took and left a note saying: "Sor
ry,, I did not know it watAthe
P.D.S.A.".. t,r ...
Heavy drinking v
MUNICH, Germany (UPI) A
record 5,500,000 persons drank
6,185,750 gallons of beer during
the 16 days of Munich's Oktober Oktober-fest,
fest, Oktober-fest, it was announced yesterday.
In addition, the visitors to the
giant fairgrounds ; drank 1 5,500
quarts of spirits, 7,000 quarts of
wine ''and 2,000 bottles of cham champagne.
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STANDINGS

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Athletic Club
Balboa High
Cristobal High
Junior College

Won Lost Tied Pet
.3 2 0 .600
.3 2 0 .600
.2 2 1 500
'.1 3 N 1 -250

) Green Devils Limited

To Just One First Down

INTERSCHOLASTIC

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Cristobal .
Balboa High
Junior Colleg

Won Lost Tied P,ct.
.2 0 1 1.000
2 1 0 .667
o 3 1 -00

NY Senators Visiting Atlanta
To Probe Racist Dynamitings

. ATLANTA, Nov. 8 (UPD -New
York's two U.S. Senators were to
fly to Birmingham, Ala., today ln
the final phase of their investi-
vaniet rivnamitinES in

HilUU 1IHW x ovo J

Sen.-Elect Kenneth B. Keating
and Sen. Jacob K. Javits talked
Wth officials here and in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, Fla., yesterday. They plan planned
ned planned a brief informal meeting with
Atlanta Mayor William B. Harts Harts-fieM
fieM Harts-fieM today before leaving for
BJrthingham.
Ai Jacksonville, the legislators
talked with Mayor Haydon Burns,
yfrift helped set up a southeastern
"clearing house" for information
about the wave of dynamitings at
Jfctfish installations during the
past year. They said Burns was in

full accord with their campaign to
give the federal government full
jurisdiction in such cases.
Also attending the Jacksonville
wore detective chief H.

T v.

IV. Branch, head of the clearing

house, officers J. wewi uu
Marvin Hayes, who represented
a. Arna in vest ieatlon 01

dvnamitings at an Atlanta Jewish

Temple and the integrated mgn

school in Uinion, ienii.
wo hwv that what we learn

here will help us to be construc constructive
tive constructive in the interests of the supre supre-,
, supre-, nt low nA nn orderly socie

ty to which Americans, no matter
what may be their opinions on any
other subiect, are genuinely devot devoted,"
ed," devoted," Keating and Javits said in a
joint statement.

Story by TREVOR SIMONS
Pictures by BILL KIRK.LAND

Cristobal High remained undefeated and unscored
upon in Interscholastic competition and continued to be
a threat to Balboa's title defense when they defeated Junior
College at Mount Hope Stadium last night by a 13 to 0

Scoring in the second quarter on a pass from Keith

Kulig that was hauled in by Donald Humphrey on ms own
17 and which he ran the rest of the way for the score, th
Tiger lead was never menaced.
Junior College, again limited to only a single first
down, never got any deeper than Cristobal's 44-yard line j
'.. .ri ih .ntire am took part in College territory.

nr in seven nunts. keDt the

Green Devils out of more serious

trouble. i

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TORN FROM THE DARK HEART OF ASIA.

The Story of The Sky-Devil

: ...And His
fiery.
Fragile
Ohm
Oofl! .J

The Tigers ran up a total of
eight first downs, their greatest
production in that department
In school competition this year.
Only once this year have they
exceeded that mark aha that
was a total of nine agiinst the
Athletic Club in their first meet meeting
ing meeting After a stalemated first quar quarter
ter quarter the Tigers came alive in the
second perion after JC's Don Al Al-had
had Al-had minted Irom, nis

CAauw

own 21 to the 46.
Hrnlra QWSIV OVer HIS

own left tackle to the College 38,

for the first down ana ioiiowcu
with his completed pass to Don
TT.imnhroV OUT. In the clear on

fi,. Devil's 17. Boseman

"C - i JJ. liV,A

Kot through the ngni sine
line for the conversion and the
ml.... 1aj4 T fA -0

Only line punung uy

exander, who averagea

nut it lust wasn't enough to

stop the Tigers from scoring

gain early in tne iourin perioa.
As the third quarter neared a
close Cristobal's kick artist,
Dewey Whitaker, punted from

his 43 to JC's 35.
On th first nlav from scrtal-

On the first play from scrim- - h t-7 t ,i r- ',' V n ... 'v r ' v t ' ,Jf '
mage Don Alexander fumbled, where's THE BALL? .The whole Cristobal line wema fo-fcnor.to theg,CipaJ!arrer' muddy discomfiture.-
and Whitaker recovered to put 1- k, i x '' i , 1
the Tigers In command on JC's . t c n, Ig
36 yard line. I PlOHCer Prfifl C

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As the nnartpr ended John

Boseman went through the mid-

die 01 tne line to uoiiege s 10.

Boseman carriea again, tnis

time over right tackle in the ;
nneninff nlav of the fourth Quar

ter and landed with a first down 1

on the Green Devil'i two-yard
marker.

From there, Kullf pushed hie
way over tackle Into the end
tone for the aeore. Boseman
went over for the extra point,
but had it called back on an
off-sides penalty and he failed
In hit second attempt.

IIP

ViiHrr 'wn ton vard vainer en

the ground for the night with a
total of 83 in 22 carries and

Boseman, who sliced off big

chunks In the closing minutes 01
the game, had a total of 60. ,,
Kulle completed two passes in
four attempts to place him on
top of all others In the C.Z. loop
with five completions.
Marlha Raye Weens,

Takes Bodyguard
As Fiflh Husband

TEANECK. N. J. (UPD Come

dienne Martha Raye, tears

I streaming down her face, took

her former bodyguard as her

sixth husband yesterday in a three three-minute
minute three-minute ceremony performed by
the local mayor.

"This is it," she said.
Miss Raye, 42, dressed in a
tight-fitting lace dress, and Rob Robert
ert Robert O'Shea, 31-year old former
Westport, Conn, policeman, were
married bv Mavor August Hanni

bal Jr. in the mayor's living
rnnm

Actress Joan Crawford and her

husband, Alfred' Steele, chairman

at the boara 01 repsi-uoia, actea

as matron 01 nonor ana oesi man,

The -mavor'!! wile and his 13

vear-old granddaughter Helen

Lauer, also attended tne cere
mnnv

. ... ....

Miss Raye wept throughout tne

ceremony.

Beforehand, she said she was
'ax nervous as a cat" and asked

a woman reporter for a cigarette

rt'Chai whit wax married onp

V I w
hafnrn trsmhlpH throughout the

ceremony. Steele stood at his side

holding the former policeman'

arm. O snea naa irouDie repeat
Ina tlio marriafffi vnwi.

The wedding cumaxea a long

nm mo. jenif01 with an filiena-

1 uiii nut. v u - --.

tion of affections suit brought ny

O Shea's nrst wue. rne sun was

settled out. of court and Mrs.
O'Shea won a divorce on grounds
rJt 'intn1rhl rriifiltv."

. O'Shea met Miss. Raye several
tears ago when he wag assigned

tn suara ner wesipon summer

horn Later he became1 ner oooy

guard.

Weather Or Not

hours ending t a. m. today I

prepared by tne meteoroion rom
and Hydrographie Branch of the

pnatn i:biim.b i minnnnv :

Wmiwmmm 1

u.reTftRU ftit t rack John Boseman W, s turfed bf Herm Keepers and Bruce. Sander
CRISTOBAL FULLBACK Aw' pd 3C to block another.

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lOSE CROOKS (28) and a team mate aet to' throw JC ball carrier for a loss,

Pioneer Predicts

Electric Spaceship
To Gel Man To Moon

Prof. Hermann Oberthr rocketry

moneeiv nrdictff Titirt1jiv that

n' AlDffrrTi nAnoT'Al thin chivt

wouia carry man to tne moon in

approximaieiy live years.

United States would be the first

to reacn me apace goal.

Oberth. 64. who tauuht rocVtrv

io iiku :. CAUCUS aa- vr B r a 1 t i

von Braun,- said m a newspaper

imcrview iua. ine unuea ataie
was workine intensivelv m a

nna IrAhlnlii. MMt,Bi1 kir .1..

tricty rather than by the chemical

He gaiv he (Coubted. the current
U.S. effort tot put a satellite in

orpit arouna tne moon would suc

ceed.

Rheinpfalz that he; believed super
natural fmrtna.: AvtAtari In hum

and had observed 'the earth for ft
lone time1. -r !i : r. ?'

UT fiaH'thoft aiinArnatiiral fAFmi

of life Uraniden and believe they

are very ; intelgent beings," he

Asked about the American-Russian
snace race, .Oberth xaid ha

rocket power plants '.than the i

unuea otaies. At tne most, tne i

Russians are equal to the Amer- i
icans." he Mid. But he .added i

that the Americans were far

ahead ii experience. He gav

much of the credit for this to
Von Braun,; who developed.- Ger

maay's wartime rockets. i

"It is possible the Russian c,
would be further ahead if he had
gone to the Soviet Union instead
of America (after the war)," said
Oberth.. ,. ;

The German scientist said: rock.
ets powered; by electricity, using
a principle he called electr:e
wind" 'would give theoretical

speeds of 62.5 miles a second. In
practical terms,1 he said, such a'
rocket could travel at a speed of

12.5 miles a second, which was
.1, 4 LI..1 At. .1. i 1. ...

suincient to oiasi irtrougn voi

earth's atmosphere into space.
' -"Amrip. i worltinff intensively

On tjus project,' he said. j

All In The Family

ing Republican congressman hat ;

noining out praise tor tne wmf ;
crat elected to succeed him. '

, In a letter to his constituents,
he outgoing lawmaker ...said he
Democrat "hat : a background

from education and experience .;! ;

that eminently qualifies him for
the work ahead." 1

f'He is thoroughly honest," the
Republican said, "and while he
entertains progressive views; be
is at the same time a defender
of the Constitution of the United

states, ano wnen ;ne noias up nit -hand
o take his oath .to defend Jtr
hand to take his oath to defend it,
The congressman? Veteran Rep
Usher Burdick (R-N.D.). '
Hii Democratic successor? Hit

son, Quentin. -'

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Berserk Siuntmdn Slays Wife, MotHer-in-Law, Self

BALBOA TIDES

9

SUNDAY, NOV.

High.

1:29 a.m.
1:51 pm.

Low

7:49 a.m.
8:10 pjn.

HOLLYWOOD (UPD Movie
stuntman Lewis H. Morphy,j 54,
despondent over business losses,
killed his wife, actress i Kaye
(Boot) Morphy,' 37, and her tnothr
.uric voatprriav and then tOOK

Ibis owh life, police reported;

Morpny .iatner-in-iaw,- ana mc
stuntman's 'two children Were
spared when he ran berserk m
their house before dawBJ 7'
Officers said Morphy wai an
expert marksmanand had a large
gun collection. He once toured the
rodeo and vaudevi'le circuits witu
a shooting act and was the owner
of the Paradise Cave resort' in Day
a Tann. At a stuntman' In mo

tion pictures, he was stand-in for

comedian rat uuiiram in ueuo

sVufrtr ..'film ft

Investigators ; said Morphy shot
his wife wfth a ;.25 caliber revoler,

and when, her mother, Mrs, sopnie
Rosinski, 70, tried t to help her,
he shoved her head into a sharp
corner M living room tablev 7

' Mrs. vMorpny was racuic v-oasi
champion In hydroplane "facing. In
1950 she became the .first; woman
trSnhv in thft W'l-

liam Randolph .Hearst iPerpetual

Trophy regatta. .sv
; MoiohWa: aalit Mornhv "had a

tremendous temper," i- and.v thatj

Mrs. Morphy did not plan to return
with her husband after their an annual
nual annual trip to Tennessee next yea?.
i The berserk' man v a 1 1 e d a
friend, Raoul Panel, on. the tela-

hone and said. iust tshot

Boots. 1 m going to ao tne same
to my?elf.".He shot himself in tte
head;'.- -yk'av v
.v Chistopher said police .were
Unntht'i rlauchter.

VdliVU TV V :V, TW S""V o r
Valerie,-12,'j ran from, the house

to a jieignDor s nome,
"Mommv' ahot ,and .Daddy's

bleeding."-f.r. .

Anotner cniio,,aiouis tiwaiwii.

through- the wild scene.

f'hictnnho. aai1' Mariin noamsKi.

VUi..vuv '
71 Afnrahv othor.-n.la W. .Saw

IX. V'l.l ... W

Morphy push Mrs. -! 2 ; Rosinski

against the tame oeiore iungmg
in tn r th a horfrnnm vHn 8a id he a t-

tftnvntsH fn run nut the' hOUSe

for help but by time he-got to

the front door ne neara a savt.

Pnllr taM Mornhv't ibusinesi

losses must have been from the
lodge he owned somewhere in Ten

nessee. 'Details were unknown

here.

DI MURVILll. IN .LONDON

PARIS' (UPD V French For.

inn Minliliii" M anripa I .Miva ria

Murville flew to London today
for a 'review of Anglo-French,

relations; The i top-level discus discussions
sions discussions are ekpecteo to center oa
French suggestions that an Anglo.

Frencn American inuravirai
should direct affaTS of the North
Atlantic Treaty Organization, and
French opposition to,the proposed
European free trade area.
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