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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
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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PANAMA,- R.' P, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1958
TEN CENTS

iiiliwlf Mrai Isthmus

Information Desk i F f i 1 "!f nTfl V u!
In Tivoli Lobby k;, Ufe ki P P y mljk
-' Will Tell All T 3 i$V: pry,. H vAIKlK
manned in tta lobby t The xKxWl 1 v C, 1 W V K ': N I 'J; : V
TlToli tomorrow through Frl- ?, Vt L b Xfc U f imJL : i --J x f J f 4 I
day this week for the assist- xs H Ut 1V "1 Vl! I 4 j iWlTI
anee of Rooserelt Medal hold- N, V f
ers an dother visitors who are y K -J i I !? Vj
here for the Canal Zone ob- J V 4 7
Bervance of Roosevelt Centen- 'V f lii I

The Tivoli wUl be the head
quarters: for the medal holders;
approximately one hundred of
the oldtimers-and other visitors
will be guests there during the
weeklong program of activities
and a number of events will take
place at The Tivoli.
Mrs. Bruce G. Sanders, Sr., a
umhu nf tU 'Pnnosvalf WPlr
Cqmmittee and a long-time res resident
ident resident of the Isthmus, will be in
charge of the Information' desk.
Mrs. Sanders has maae ner
home In the' Canal Zone lor the
, past 48 years,
She will be assisted by a niim
her of Canal Zone women, a
mong whom are some of the. old old-timers
timers old-timers and- some comparative
newcomers.
These will' include': Mrs, Cecil
Lowe, Mrs. Or a Ewing.Mrs. H. L
Homa, MrsV Donald Musselman,
Mrs. W. H. Allen, and Mrs. R. Q
Rennie.
She will be able to advise the
visitors on. the time and place
"'Pl the various events, provide
Information on what tours are
available, and -"how' to ft
.k.. :LkL.' Mai M N MM'
y Sanderrtaya. r
Mrs. RennleAwlU-' be In. charge
nt mlirheplrifffnr th visitor.
' Three cars wili.be available for
sisrhtseelne-trms on Tuesday
morning lot the oldtimers and
visitors.
! OFFICE MANAGER Jorge
Ramiro 'Wong, an employe of
Pan American Airways fpr sev several
eral several years, has been named
office manager 61 the airline's
local office. Wong,, who served
as traffic and sales supervisor
before his new appointment,
obtained.-hls B.A7 degree from
the University .of Virginia aft after
er after graduating from La- Salle
High School Mrt and the Au Augusta
gusta Augusta Military v Academy in
:: Vh-gtoilai
Nightfall Brings
On Hissing Plane
There waa stM lift news late
last night of the Cessna 180 with
five people, aboard missing for
10 Jays .somewhere between
Panama City and San Bias.
Searchers heiieve there, is a gooa
chance of 'finding the plane In
an area four miles square near
the Man din jr -airstrip on the
San Bias' Coast, but the area
hat still ; not been thoroughly
vearehed owing to the difficult
tiea of th dense jungle eneoun
tered by two platoons of V. 8.
servicemen1 and the National
Guardsmen; engaged in the
' From reports of the .missing
plane, given by people who live
near Mandinga, the area of
searoh has 'now been extended
to a corridor 3 miles wide along
,8 miles of the Mandlnga River.
Troops and other searchers are
being supplied by eoatff playjng

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up tna nver

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TOU CANT BEGIN TO LEARN TOO SOON about" Theodore Roosevelt, "as this picture -shows.
President, were brought to school Friday by pproximately 70 youngsters of the PorO Kobbe

Canal zone -ooseryance at tne

International Transport Workers Announce
10-Day Worldwide Boycott of RP-flag Ships
v NEW YORK. Nov. 8 (CPl) The International Federation of Transport Workers will launch

a "boycott on the Seven Seas"
duran flags -on Nov. 15, J

The announcement was made bv the federation's aeeretarv

the-boycott, would last ten days.

The marailne Business Week said Becu has returned from

?ort from dockworkers unions
,000,000. .. :
Honduras. 'Panama, Liberia iid
Costa Rica have 1,500 ships re
gistered under the so-called "flag
of convenience.". ..-
However, the boycott, according
to Becu, will? only affect about 300
vessels because 500 are laid up by
a drop In shipping and 217 others
hav 'contracts, with the federation.
These vessels employ around 75.-
000 crewmen who are not mem
bers jof the union, .;
The magazine quotes an il
ship per as 'saying: "They
couldn't have chosen : better,
time. There are too many tank tankers
ers tankers sailing theMis, anyhow."'
However, international business businessmen
men businessmen are concerned over the boy boycott,
cott, boycott, fearing that it might set a
precedent- for union action in other
fields.
Congress Library
Depicts Moses
As PiirAdyocate ...
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Library of Congress put on dis-'
play Friday what may be the
granddaddy ot au tnose endorsement-type
ads a picture of:
Moses hawking liver pills.
. This early example of the "hard
Sell" is part of an exhibit on
"19th Century American Salesmo
ship."
The exhibit seems to indicate
that the men in the high button
shoes' used some of., the lame
methods to "sell velocipede braces
and "Bartlett's Improved Grecian
caoutchouc oil nolish'i as the men
In a the gray ;flannel suits vuse to
sen TV-. ana and taiiiin "ca.";
One-; poster ;depicts a compa3
by handing them pills and 'oint

slonate Moses succoring an an-' sieei: reiniorcing ior mo uug poio omuui neijuw Auiiuuutui.iuu duuuii uwuis
guishedjrroun'ol avil-War ifol-i truc1iWn-Day.-.Be, liis'son, Stuart, and his soVa wife are In the Canal zone for Trftodore
rfi.r. i.ivni.n mnA trmit A .wi.l PMtRavelt- Centennial -Week: .;:Thev art ona of the few father and son combinations of Rootie-

ment,

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Kooseveii uenuenma,,
against, ships flyinr Panamanian,
r-;
.

and American seamen, The federation has a total membership of
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GEORGE E. CARKEET, Sr., of
velt Medal Holders.- Left to

kee

M I A Oat: Vv 1

Liberian, Costa Rican and Hon-
reneral. Omar Becu. who said
'
Europe with assurances of sup-
Houston,, Texas,' explains how-

right art Uri: etuart Carkeet, Stuart Carkeet, and George E. car

Teddy bears, a symbol for almost 50 years of the nation's 26th
school kindergarten's morning .session,, as a preliminary of the

Father-Son Medal Holders

Return For Centenniaf Week

o
One of the few father-and-son
Combinations of Roosevelt Medal
holders, are on the Isthmus to
take part in the observance of the
Theodore Roosevelt centennial in
the Canal Zone.

. i
on, Tex., and his son, Stuart, of
Memphis, Tenn., both worked on
the canal during construction days
h. was In charge of structural

George t. Larkeet, &r., t Housitne Isthmian Canal Commission,

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and completed the two years of
service necessary to qualify them
for the prized medal,
The most famous father-and-son
combination to work on the canal
were CjdI. George W. uoetnais
iiidii in a Li a nil vmvi
and his son, Lt. Col. (Ret.)
Georae E carkeet, wno noms a
Roosevelt Medal with .ne bar,
came to the Canal Zone in teb.
L909, and began work as a car car-knocker",
knocker", car-knocker", building and repairing
railroad kars in tne uorgona
shops.
Later, he was transferred to
Gatun Locks where he operated
one of the electric trains which
carried concrete from the mixing
Dlant to the locks. After this work
was completed, he was transfer
red to. the building division on
the Pacific" side of the Isthmus,
where he was foreman in chars
of the steep reinforcing shop. He
remembers preparing the struc
tural steel reinforceing for ihe
flae oole in front of the Adminis
tration Building at uaiDoa neignis
for the Balboa retail store; and for
all the houses along the Frado.
C I ?et, his wife who has since
die. and five Children, Stuart
Am I John, Josephine and
Get j returned to the United
Sta i in 1915. He was employed
as l. gn. superinienaeni oi uie oe oe-rnnd
rnnd oe-rnnd National Bank Buildine io
' i . i . i. r
Houston until his retirement with
29 years of service last year.
Stuart Carkeet began work for
the Canal in 1910 as a messenger
in the office of the chief engineer
at Gatun, and later became cmei
clerk in the administrative divi
sion on the Atlantic side of the
Isthmus. When he left the Canal
Zone in 1915, he was employed as
a clerk in the Balboa shops.
The younser Carkeet is present
Jy secretary and general manager
of Rhodes Jennings Furniture
Company of Memphis and other
associated southern furniture
stores. He hag four children and
nine grandchildren,
v carkeet, who is accompanied ny
his wife, nab returned to the Canal
Zone twice in recent years, once
in 1951 and again for the Goethals
Memorial dedication in 1954.

All D.
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Lanal Employes

PS. M

For variety and interest, tbe Roosevelt Centennial
Year observance in the Canal Zone which opens today
will be the most comprehensive of its kind ever arranged
on the Isthmus.
Religious, fraternal, patriotic, and civic groups have r
combined their efforts with the special Roosevelt Centen Centennial
nial Centennial Committee appointed by Gov. W. E. Potter to present
a fully-rounded program.
"The program," a committee spokesman has said,
"has been prepared with the idea of Isthmus-wide parti participation.
cipation. participation. While the Roosevelt Medal holders have been -p
invited as special honor 'gue'sts, all retired and active em-
ployes of the Canal organization are being considered '

as active pqrticipants.

. All of the Centennial events are open to the general
public. However, tickets will be issued for some of the

evenrc. nrinrinmiv nprnnc nf
r -r'" wi
The committeesor organizations
direcuy in charge will handle tbe
sale or issue o t cms lor such
events.
Among these will be the special
session of the American Military
Engineerstomorrow night at the
Tivoii; and the Construciion Day
style open house and dance Friday
night 'at the Tivoli.
inere wul be reserved seats for

the. honor guests special .visH'ciety of CivUi Engineei? WiU hotd;"'
tots at two. of the prinofitt we- snpiai ii,nKi'Aftfrv.f kV

moflle -. the Isthmian Historic al j
Society program Thursday ntfnf
at the Balboa Theater,' and the
Dedication Ceremony Saturday at
the Administration Building.
However, bo.h of these are open
to the public and everyone is in invited
vited invited to attend.
Th Canal Zone's Theodore
Roosevtlt Centennial Year ob observance
servance observance officially opens at 8:30
o'clock this morning with flag
raising ceremonies by the Boy
Scouts of America at th flag flagpole
pole flagpole in front of the Balboa Post
Office, and on tha Atlantic side
in front of tha Margarita Fire
Station,
Churches of the Canal Zone will
participate today by special serv services
ices services in which the life of Roosevelt
as a Cm'.stian leader will bA em emphasized.
phasized. emphasized.
The Veterans' organizations will
sponsor an inaugural barbecue
this afternoon at the Cristobal Po Police
lice Police Park at Brazos Brook, and
"Family Night" will be observed
at the TivoU and tne Service Cen
ters.
The program for tomorrow will
be one of the highlights of the
week's .activities. A large number
of Roosevelt Medal holders are to
arrive from New York aboard the
Panama Line's Theodore Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt Centennial Cruise at 1:30 o' o'clock
clock o'clock in the afternoon, to join a
number who have already arriv arrived
ed arrived by ship or plane.
A welcoming ceremony is plan planned
ned planned at ships de for those arriving
tomorrow atfernoon.
The arriving visitors will com
to the Pacific side and will be
transported directly from the
Balboa Heights station to the
plan in front of Balboa Police
Station where a tree-planting
ceremony is to be held at 4:30
o'clock. Judge John I. Doming
Is in charge of this program.
The various Veterans' Day pro pro-eram
eram pro-eram on Tuesday will be center
ed on the life and work of Theo Theodore
dore Theodore Roosevelt, with special em
phasis on his part as a soldier.
The day's act vities will culmi culminate
nate culminate with a joint American Legion
VFW reception and dance to be
he'd at the Legion Post Pio.
Headquarters a' Fort Amador.
On the Atlantic side, the Knights
of Columbus will hold a spec's! re reception
ception reception at the K. of C. Hall in Ma
garita.
A partial transit of the Canal
is to bVmade Wednesday after afternoon
noon afternoon for all Roosevelt Medal
holders, visitors and local resi residents,
dents, residents, and for tha special visl visl-trs
trs visl-trs who are hart to take part
in the observance.
An elaborate program has been
planned by the Historical Society
for Thursday night at the Balboa
Theater.
Featured wil' be an address by
Maurice H. Thatcher, sole surviv surviving
ing surviving member of the Isthmian Can Canal
al Canal Comm'ssion; this will be follow followed
ed followed by s pageant of Rowelt's vl
sit t the Isthmus in 1906.
The historic! musical paoeant
has been written and will be
staged by Victor Herr and Don Donald
ald Donald Musselman, who directed a
similar attraction two years a-

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ijiuvs luiiuiis.
go when the50th anniversary of
th. Hotel Tivoli wit held.
The Rotary Club of both Pafia
ma and Cristobat'olon are devot devoting
ing devoting their Thursday meetings ; to
Roosevelt, wijf special programs
being arranged. -In
add tion to the Construction
Day styjropen house and dance
at th-aivoli Fndav meht. th Pa.

nama Section of the America So

f ivolL riil -.'

' Frflicipar speaker, will Btiwaldt
G. Bowman, national vice presi presi-dent
dent presi-dent of the ASCE, who is coming
to the Isthmus to present tha
ASCE plaque Saturday.
Also, on Friday, the National
Association of Retired Civil Em
ployes is holding a coffee at the
Tivoli in honor of the Rooseve t
Medal holders and her visiting
guests.
Next Saturday's program will bi
the climax of the week-long pro
gram.
Tha Dedication Ceremony at
which a bronie bust of trfl 2th
President of the United States
will be unveiled in the rotunda
of the Administration Building at
Balboa Heights will open with a
30-minute concert in front of the
Building at 9:30 o'clock. This
concert will be given by combin combined
ed combined bands of Balboa and Cristo
bal High Schooi.
The Roosevelt Bust is a gift oi'
Edward A. Bacon deputy assist- -ant
Secretary of the Army, wiu
will be here to participate in thi
Dedication Ceremony.
The principal address at the Sat
urday morning program will-bi
given by George H. Roderick, as assistant
sistant assistant Secretary of the Army and
chairman ot the Panama Canal
Company board of directors. i
Other features of th.s program
will be the presentation of the A
merican Society of Civil Engi Engineers'
neers' Engineers' plaque which designates tht
Panama Canal as one of the Sev Seven
en Seven Civil Engineering Wonders oi
the United States. This presenU-
tion is to be made by national v.a
president oi Lie
A feature of th Saturday pro program
gram program will be, the awarding of
miniature Roosevelt Busts to
assay winners of th United
Stala rnnd Latin Amariean
high schools in the Canal Zone.
Immediately following the Dedi-
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al Zone Centennial Stamps are t
be placed on, sale at the Balboa

neignts r-osi uuice. me n e
stamp is a bronze colored, four -cent
stamp, with the famous
Roosevelt Medal as its motif.
The Dedication Ceremony will
be held at the front of the Admi

nistration Building and the porte porte-cochere
cochere porte-cochere will be used as the speak speaker's
er's speaker's stand. Seating arrangement! -are
being made for approx mate-

ly 2500 spectators between th
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east ana wtsi wiugs ui uiv uuiiu uuiiu-ing.
ing. uuiiu-ing. Both at This poeram and at the

Historical Society program, then
will hp reserved seats for the
RoofeMt' Medal Holders- and ipt- c
nisi inwill t

'" Thi-' wbek't formal program

win eiBsa wiui tiii lowanna i

'ceremorlies in Balboa. end Mar t.
' xti.rdv aftornoan. mnA tA

by special danco at the Tivoll.
and a the Cristobal YMCA-USCt.

...mar Binni. i

. The! complete program for .the
weekalso lists numerous special

meet nes or programs unaer ine

sponsorship of such organizations I"
as Ihe Masonic Lodge, the Worn-
en's Clubs, Camera Clubs, -.-.at d

College uud

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THE MAIL BOX

' GAINS AND LOSSES
8il"
' The year 1953 I started paying some of the highest duet ol
W Jabor organization. Since that date I have paid an average
$f $200 per year, so five years later I am going to figure my net
Fiyears at the average rate equals $1000 plus $500 to the
Attorney for a recent court case makes a total of $1500 paid out.
C : So now for the gains. What is wrong? I cannot think of
feny gains, only these additional losses:
1. 1 was grouped with Seagoing Masters but lost that rating
fa the Court Case;
2. Formerly I was on small ships but now the ships get larger
fend the pay smaller;
': S. How can I be paid a pilots rate since I have no Federal
Pilot's license other than the local issue as I was a deep sea Mas Master
ter Master to I had no opportunity of getting a Pilot's license?
4 If 80 of the pilots do not have a Federal Pilot's license
then how could they be paid as Government Pilots such as the
Navy Yard, U. S. Engineers or Insular Service?
5 We have paid an attorney $8000 per year plus two or three
thousand dollars per year in expenses for several years so why
must we pay the same Attorney $500 more?
6. What did the attorney do for the $10,000 or $11,000 per
year'
7. There Is one thing for certain, I wish that I had the $1000
paid Into the wind for dues and maybe I would still be in the
pay group of Seagoing Masters rather than being two jumps a a-hftad
hftad a-hftad of a motorboat operator. The only thing big about my po-1
sltion is the $200 per year for nothing.
Fool No. 73

SHALLOW FREEZE

Sir:

T ahould be erateful for my shiny new refrigerator, I guess.

It's a loaned gift, and maybe gift-getters shouldn't be so
choosy.
' In this case, however, I think I can speak not only for my myself
self myself but also for dozens of other Navy housewives who looked
forward to the conversion to 60-cycle current with great antici anticipation.
pation. anticipation. For on that Breat day, we all plugged in the gleaming
new refrigerators.
The days of the decrepit 25-cycle jobs were gone, and gone
with fhem were the miniature freezing units and their shaky
efficiency.
' NOW we have brand-new ice boxes, complete with square
corners outside and pale green interior decoration. The freezing
compartment is huge by comparison.
J The company which made these refrigerators calls them "de-
luxe," but they are suspected by us wives to be sub-standard
boxes which were mass produced just for us. The door on the
freezing compartment drips, drips, drips. The water either falls
"Into the tray beneath or into the food on the shelves.
Even the old 25-cycle refrigerators didn't make the food
sweat like this. ThejMtPer egg cartons get so damp they fall a a-part.
part. a-part. And you. have to keSp'the eggs In the carton since the
"handy" door try holdi only rune eggs.'
Since the Navy went to sutth, an expense to provide us new
refrigerators, couldn't they have gotten some that were more
practical for the humid climate?
Defrosted Damsel

By ROBERT C. RUARK

I was so happy I sat right down

and cried the other day when

I read the newest Social Security

tidings, which seem to be taking
effect in 1959. If you just happen

to make it until age 72, you can
earn a million dollars s year and

still pick up the sue bucks the &
people give you. But you got to
hit that hard, 73 before you can
legally earn more than $1,200 a
year and still collect the stipend
the government so graciously
grants you.
Social Security to me has always
had a wonderful air of Alice in
Wonderland about it. In the first
place, nobody asked for it. The
government forced it on you. The
idea was that Uncle Sam would
wallop you for a portion of your
earnings, and your employe would
get stabbed for a matching a-mount.

Then, after using your money

and your employer s money for a

lot of years to improve the pugnt

of the world at large, the idea
was that if you managed to hit

65, the government would start pay"

mg you back. The payments wuia
vary according to what you and
the boss contributed. But there was

a clinker.

If you got the SS payments, you
coudn't earn more than $1,200 a

year without forfeiting your right

ful accruals. The government sst

an artibrary limit on your outside

earning capacity. And for what

reason, pray tell?
You paid in the money. You have

received neither interest nor ca

pital return on it. It was your mo

ney, and tne doss s money. 1 see

no real reason why you couldn t
get your end back, in a lump, if
you wanted it that way, and why
the boss couldn't get his hunk back,

if he wanted it that way. They
must keep some sort of books in

Washington, D.C.

The SEC would be the first to

jump on private enterprise which

took money from stockholders or
an investment trust which is run
as arbitrarily as Social Security.
Fraud would be a light teVm to
apply to hijacking a payroll with without
out without consent, using the money with without
out without interest, and then demanding
that the money go unpaid if out outside
side outside earnings exceeded a certain
amount.
It is no business of the govern government
ment government to tell you how much you

can earn after formal retirement.

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WHY MIDDLE EAST IS VITAL Tha tfnited States is the biggest producer of oil but has
dwindling reserves. At the present rate of use, experts predict there is only enough to supply
us for the next 11 years. Charts above pinpoint the situation and show North America with
great refinery capacity, world's leading demand, and production, but far behind the Middle fast
in oil underground. Sixty per cent of American companies' reserves are in the Middle East.
Data are from an independent survey by Nationwide Insurance company. President Murray D.
Lincoln of the company, Interprets the findings as a long-range threat of a general war for
survival. His solution would be to form a cooperative along the lines suggested previously by
Sir Anthony Nutting, former British minister o foreign affairs, so that the Middla Eastern
people could share In the benefits of their natural resource.

Half a Column More or Less Now and Then
by CREDE CALHOUN ;

DOES T PAY TO ADVERTISE?
Wnen Gen. M. L. Walker v'H
governor of Kie Panama Canal,
Irwin Cobb, the p.de of Kentucky
and then in his prime as a writer
and humorist, came to Panama.
Governor Walker asrfgned me as
Cobb's "aide de cantina."
I soon found that he was more
interested in cantinas than in how
the locks work or how many
ships pass through the Canal. He
was accompanied by a son of Gov Governor
ernor Governor Hogg of Texas, also no mean

man with a bottle.

Fortunately at that time I prob

ably knew more about cantinas

than about the Panama Canal. One

day Cobb, Hogg and theii guide
were in the bar of the Hotel Cen Central.
tral. Central. One of Irwin's conceits was
his wide acquaintance with bar bartenders.
tenders. bartenders. A.n American was tending bar
at the Central at the time. Be Be-we
we Be-we reached the bar, Cobb said to
Hogg: "I know that bartender. He
used to tend a bar in San Francis Francisco."
co." Francisco." Irwin greeted the bartender like

a long lost friend. The barman's

A healthy man of 66 is capable recollections of Frisco were a lit"

of earning as much as he canm- yasue. but not Irwin's. Later

COLLECTING PARCELS
81r:
I am perfectly aware that this letter will serve no useful
purpose whatsoever other than to relieve my feelings and pos possibly
sibly possibly echo the feelings of other unfortunates who, at times have
to deal with the Encomiendas Postales office in Panama City.
This, for the benefit of those Canal Zonians who, basking
in the efficiency of their own postal authorities, Is the dingy
seml-shack where all parcels arriving in Panama from abrrad
have to pass through before they can be collected.
First of all, for the smallest and most Insignificant and
innocent package, It is necessary to have a paz y salvo giving
you income tax clearance, before you can collect.
Then, regardless of the convenience of citizens, the open opening
ing opening hours of this establishment make It almost impossible for
most working people to collect their parcels.
They state that the office closes at 4 p.m. but If you arrive
somewhat late, you find that the cashier who takes the duty
money leaves at 3 p.m. and of course her cash balance is made
up well before that. So the jnornlng is the only time to call.
Since nearly everybody works during the morning and usual usually
ly usually most of the early afternoon, what chance has the public got
to collect their parcels? People with more experience than I
with early-closing government offices tell me that there are
some of them in which, when the cash desk Is closed for the
day an obliging official will undertake to do all the documenta documentation
tion documentation for you and will take the fee plus a nice commlsison for
himself which is not shown on the official receipt. 1 have not
had the good fortune to encounter such solicitude for the cus

toms problems.
Why doesn't Panama take a leaf out of the Canal Zone
postal authorities' book and adjust their opening hours to suit
the convenience of the public.
Frustrated

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

Sir:

It is getting a bit cooler and there's a hard freeze In the
northern part of the State.
A lot more cash has been appropriated for government
construction here, and the retired heads ware called in for sug suggestions
gestions suggestions last week.
Always something doing here. This week the Baptist con convention
vention convention some 12,000 strong meets to see what they can
do with some $8,000,000 so as to double It.
This is a bright sunny day here, but It doesn't count a
short distance away.
I will cut this short. Daughter heard, a talk by a 20-year-old
Vallarlno from Panama. That must be the one that took
me In to show me the last addition to the family the last time
I saw them In David. Brings back a lot of time changes spent
in the Valley of the Moon.
I am told that my navel oranges have produced a juice
factory.
Too cold to write outside and too bright by desk light. So
I can't see a thing, but leel Jot of mistakes.
Try it again next Week.

Pop Wright.

:1-

earn. If the money were an out

right dole, the government might
have a point, but it basically con

sists of savings by employe and
employer, money stripped from
pay checks and profits.
I would like to challenge the
legality of Social Security. And

someday, when. I have time,, I
would ,lika to ue to get my im im-pohflded'
pohflded' im-pohflded' dougfllback, since for

some years I Have not been em employed
ployed employed except by me, and might
want to buy a race horse or a
harem with the- dough I'll never
see unless I live to be 65, which
looks bloody unlikely, the way the
world is running.
As counselor for me, the point
I'd make is that the government

has breached the contract with
this new thing, which says I can

make all the outside money I want
to once I've passed 72, and still
get the measly stipend.
We wouldn't want to be snide,
here, but how many people do we

know who are over 72 and still

working? And why would we want
to penalize a mere youth of 66 by
forcing him to live mostly on SS
when he might live better and
pay taxes on money he might

be able to earn on his own, which
would bolster his Social Security
and give him a richer life in his
fading days?

The whole structure of Social

Security was born in decency and

providence, but somebody goofed

on the bylaws.

And until they remove the non

sensical restrictions on how much
a person can earn while receiving
belated interest on the jack he is

rightfully entitled to until they

can clarify an individual s right

to get his paid-out money back,

at a reasonable interest, the whole

blooming thing 1 is unconstitutional,

illegal, and in forceful restraint
of free trade.

I askded the bartender about his
acquaintance with Cobb and he
said: "I never saw him in my
life before and I've never been in
San Francisco."

While Irwin was flatting with
the bartender I noticed B;I1 Carey
at a table giving signs of distress
or something. I want over and he
said: "I'd like to meet Mr. Cobb."'
"Come on over and have a drink
with us," I said.
Bill Carey, a shy fellow, was
writing a column at that time for
the Star and Herald. So after the

introductions and the ordering of

another round of drinks, he said:
"Mr. Cobb," then he paus?d
Is he had a way of do'ng, "I
know you don't like publicity, but
I'd like o .write about you in my
column."
"The hell I don't like miblicity,"
Cobb snorted." Who told you that?
Why, without publ:city I would
starve to death."
"Then you won't mind'?'
"Certainly nof. Write something
about me, if you can't write Some Something
thing Something good, wife something bad.
That would be better than not wr:t wr:t-inc
inc wr:t-inc anything."
Tha may he OK for a writer
with the established nlace of Ir Irwin
win Irwin Cobb, but had publicity can canal"
al" canal" be bad advertising.
Th's week a former resident of
Panama, and one who loves the
cuntry. wot from Rangoon. Bu-

ma, comptely mystified by the

recent antics of some students and
teachers. The latter said:
"The newspapers here are pret pretty
ty pretty bad and tney do not have much
news, but they did have a report
of the student riots, so they mu.
have been pretty bad." x,
I'd like to explain to my friend
that the situation was not so bad
as it looked in print, but I'm not
sure that I have the answer. There
are many questions I, too, would
like to have answered.
What are the cultural and edu educational
cational educational values in destroying park parking
ing parking meters? There is good exer exercise
cise exercise in throwing rocks, but better
exercise if found in playing base baseball.
ball. baseball. I know that it is a minority
of the students and teachers that
is responsible for recent unhappi unhappi-ness.
ness. unhappi-ness. 'mis raises the question as to
whether some students prefer strik striking
ing striking to studying and some teachers
striking to teaching. A teacher teacher-student
student teacher-student or student-teacher, one
Andres Cantillo, is reported to have
told the Minister of ftduation, Car Carlos
los Carlos Sucre, that he was teaching
"dignity" to the students.
Either he had a pecualiar idea
of dignity or his students have n

strange way of sshowing ,the d g
nity he says he teaches them.

nas del Volcan," whers they have
spent many vacations.
Canal Zone boy scouts, many
of wnom have spent vacations at
their camp in the Volcan region,
will find tnemselves quue at home
when reading "The Secret of El
Baru."

Ia1ifcirlta

THE SECRET OF. EL BARU

The secret of El Baru is less

baffling than the secret of tha

havior of some students. It is a

book, written by Patricia Maloney
Markun, and almost every one

knows that El Baru is Panama's
highest mountain, and an extinct

volcano. The secret is not hidden

tn the crater of the volcano, but

in the. graves of Indians who once

lived in tne wonderful clim? of

that area between eruptions cr -51

Baru.

The book is wrtten 'n the sty'e,
of the "whodunits," but it is rather

a whowasit.

The principal are Teenagers

or younger, an American boy. and

his sister who have come to Chi-

nqui from Minnesota for a vaca vacation
tion vacation and a Chiricano boy who is
getting ready to go to the States

to school. V
Of course, they had. adventures
that are well handled. The s'or,y
has susnene that 's characteristic
of whodunits, but is often missing
from them. Mrs. Markun has liv

ed in Chirioui and has caught

much of its beauty and charm.

I have three Teenage grandsons'

who are 'n their first ,year.:Vn
scjioo' in the States. Thev are Pa-

namenos, but no Chincanos.
Thev have lived in Chirlqui, both

in Boquete and the Volcan region.
I am sending them "The Secret, of
El Baru" and I know it will inter interest
est interest them and, perhaps, make
them a bit homesick. The -stor.v
'nvoives a ranch that is very much
like their own ranch "Las Lagu-

TRUJILLO LOSES AN
ELECTION
Latin Americans, especially the
dictatorial variety, are very tou touchy
chy touchy n the interterence, or even,
in some cases, the interest of fo foreigners
reigners foreigners in their politics. Foreign Foreigners
ers Foreigners in this sense are in general
North Americans, as Latin Ame Americans
ricans Americans are constantly mixing in
each others political affairs.
Now comes Generalissimo Ra Rafael
fael Rafael L. Tfujillo, big boss of the
Dominicap" "Republic", into North
American pontics to defeat Con?
gressman Charles O. Porter, De Democrat
mocrat Democrat of Oregon He didn't do
it, but he tried.
He must have in amateur public
relations adviser, as he wrote

threatening letters to Chambers of
Commerce indicating that, if they

am not defeat Porter, they could
do no mpre business with Santo
Domingo.-It will never be kriowi.

whether he contributed cash to

Porter's Republican rival.
The Generalissimo has also lost
a friend, in the U.S. Senate with
the retirement ;tif Senator Bllf peh peh-nerof
nerof peh-nerof TndianaV On ah ofncWvir
sit to Santo Domingo, Jenner ad addressed
dressed addressed a joint sess:on of the le legislature
gislature legislature called in his honor.
Jenner took a crack at President
Eisenhower at the same time that
he complimented Generalissimo
Trujillo. He said that he had been
in the U.S. Senate. long enough "to
learn how" important it is for
a nation's leader to really lead and
not just drift with the tide. I lean,
appreciate" he said "how happy
and how Tucky you have been with
the Generalissimo."
Because Congressman Porter ob ob-jected
jected ob-jected to the white washing of

Trujillo in the disapperance of Ga Ga-lindez
lindez Ga-lindez and the murder of Gera'd
Murphy, art- American pilot,- the
Generalissimo hates Portp' even

more than he must love Jenner.

PAY RAISE IN IRAQ
BAGHDAD. (UPI) Iraq's revo
lu-ionary -government has- an

nounced plans to increase salaries
of policemen and other minor of

ficials. Average month'y pay of

policemen, and 0 her. government
officials is about $25 now. The

government thi week raised' sol

diers' pay $4.20. a month. Non

commissioned officers received a

$7 increase.

M3Haaa.i1siMii

M E D E L L I N

COLQMni.

pgGOTAJ I

where your DOLLAR GOES FURTHER...
COLOMBIA Haa the aaraly Saaaha af all South Amaricaa cauatriaa.
BOGOTA always rafraihinaly ael (lika tpriaatima U. S. A.I. A cftarmlna. blW of tha aid
world n4 tha aaw ara raflacrad ia tha archftactara, auttomt, aaa cuftura. Though Sataiih it tha
nativa Unguiga, English ipoiking trivalart hia aa difficulty in making ttiamaafraS aadantead.
Mtrvaloui attiva dithai aad tha f inatt Intarnatianat cuiiiaa. Racraatian ta alaaaa evaryana! And
don't min tha Sift Cathadral af Zlpiquira, uniqua in tha world; aid art. Bolivar celenlal buildings;
Siman Bolivar's hema; and Laguna GuatavHa (ticrad lagoon af tha chibchat).
MEDELLIN famaaa far ft archidi, la ana af tha gardan spats af Colombia with a balmy cUinata
yaar-raund.
namiaUni tad U. S. CHisens naad only Taaritt Cardi (gaad far 90 days) r'.'-'. pauper nat
, . Con$ult your Travel Agent.
FLY NOW -PAY 1ATIR or CM ouf Offkas ; .

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. Across iramjth Ltfbtatlva Palaaa r

PAN AMERICAN WORLD .AIRWAYS SISTEM

THE OtDfST AWUNf IN THE AMHKAS

SLOTHFUL SINNERS.. onct. aV Bom. 'f?f & hav
contrived tt;.iyw:rpught.lwilc)ioi. Welc, which is mbr
than the Republican Party can say. Emerging from th x x-perience,
perience, x-perience, I gaze with interest "upon 4hs xsrcise of demo democracy
cracy democracy on the Canai'Zone. X t
iere Were he!dKas eomeew.ofsyou may haYVhbtl"cd,?
some elections for various bodies known as ctyie councils.
These have standing and effectiveness something between
that of Canal Zone Gov. William ,E. Potter andVtheu
checker who- sits in the rain on the road outside Ft Clay Clayton.
ton. Clayton. : .;.,.'.' 1
A whole : jot of candidates got into the race for tjfs tjfs-rate
rate tjfs-rate community civic councils many at bayonet point-,
and some of -them got their picture in the paper and Some
did not I cannot say where the advantage lay In this
respect. ' : ,; :
The net effect, on the Pacific side at least, was. the)
mushrooming of a great democratic aoathv.On1v abfcrt' -'20

percent of the eligible voters for the Pacific Side CivicXoun-

cu cowered to betake themselves to the polls.' In contrast
at Paraiso, where none of the candidates got his picture
in the paper, s&me 98 percent of those eligible to vote)rer vote)rer-cised
cised vote)rer-cised that right There seems to be something of a Usson
here. ForV photographers, maybe. .; , (
I'm a guy Who can see the Pacific Siders' Dolnt of

view. Whatfun Js, it sitting round the board r'oom table in

wuiiva ncignLs Buieiiiiiijr ulsvuQsing mo cprrimuniry npes
with Potter compared to sitting arourid a suds-ridh table

in tne Balboa bowling alley' proclaiming Wat the entirety
of the Balhoa Heights brass is bereft of Ks buttons. BesidssV

that smart-talking Potter mkht come up with some Eood

reason for -officialdom's actions. No danger of anyone do

ing anything so dismaying irt the bowling alley. 1
the guy comes up; -.with'-.alibis such as "n rndney In

the appropriation'' or "Public Law number so-and-so com

pels us to. . You tlon't hear any talk-like that jn the free

i? id democratic discussions at the Elks Club pi drjw'rj at the
American! Legion soda' fountain. In these focal points of

community spirit it is democratically aoreed upon that the
government has rocks in its, head in all instances, and e-

qually in the democratic vein no autocratic rebuttals are

countenanced. .-' ,

Furthermore, the perceptive Pacific Siders. clearly saw
in this Civic Council lurk an insidious endeavor to mulzle

the democratic Mail Box by giving officialdom the board

room opportunity to create the non-democratic fiction that
there is sometimes a reason for some of the actions of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights. No such debilitating concession is to be found

in Mail Box discussions, and if I read the voting statistics

aright this is how Pacific Side US Raters democratically

prefer it. ;V V

There are some insignificant characters arouno wno
car be heard asking what sort of a lesson did the 'Canal

Zone students manning the: polling booths ?et in -democracy
when only 20 percent of their elders could summon up the
energy to cast a vpte. I counsel you to dismiss this red
herring. ;

, Think instead of the nublic nnjritedness of the 80 oer oer-cent
cent oer-cent whot by not voting, thoughtfully saved some of their
neighbors from the chofef .counting 0il!f,t:f,,"
,ed papers. There is true community ndeXWitE f 1$t 1$t-there
there 1$t-there is den-racy. ;
jci, I noticed-that getting. Into this same,soiirlf pf, things,
tfie'Vcte5 counters did not get around toiallymg thVtoials
of the losers. At least these also-ran totals were-' not oub oub-'ished.
'ished. oub-'ished. As it is the Stateside democratic oractice to publish
the total votes cast for all candidates for anv public oost,
right on down to the guy who does not notch a single tallv,
it c&h'onlv be Presumed that the Zone's rather sketchy
scoreboard is a hand-across-the border gesture. Any trou trou-ble
ble trou-ble about imnortino- Panamanian beef, or other products,
can oerhans be offset :ih some desrree by thH' wholele
ourchase of certain time-honored asnects of Panamanian
voting procedures. Der'cra'sv and diolomacv strode re
'-tmus hand in hand Tuesday, there's no question about

that. ;.

There is some Question, howevar. about this United

IFund thin? they are havln around here rWbt nov I'm in

terest! in tha United Fund. berisa therms no knoWinr
when I'll be scooting down to the Solvation Army stall with
my empty souo dishCat the readv. Economivoondit!r8. as
recently-retired Secretary of Commerce Sinclair Weeks
used to find it frequently necessary to observe, are subject
to chm "- ', ;
As I was proceeding about my social studies n J
Street the other afternoon, a resident rrbed excljisivelv r In
lottery tickets informed me that the word up and down that
well-informed esolanade was that tHere semed tj he wp wp-thwr
thwr wp-thwr amiss with.th Unitd Fund effort of one of the best best-paid
paid best-paid groups in the Canal one.
Uide6dI according to this paDer tio-er. the current of
democf atip thought In the lower, or Central Avenue, end of
Superhighway J is that the grouo allude to ws ehariglng
in sori sort of loncerd cction In holding off from con confuting
futing confuting to the United Fund.
The grouo. continued mv nsuallv-reliable source as I
leafH amonff his raiment, for 8ft, was bUevar 0 consider

itself in a state of cojd war ao-alnst the Canal 7"a admin administration,
istration, administration, and presumably withhM Its sunno-' from the

United Fund on the same' basis of general harassment

the fx ssians will not let US diplomats travel more than 20

miles or so from Mcioow exeeot wlth'soecial oermiston.

nor will the US let Russian dinlomats roam as far from

Washington even as fkr as La.'rl raYatrack to ee th yo

Soviet horses running in the $100,000 International Race

there Tuesday. ;

As an incioient mendicant. I Ho not think tH rroun of

Canal employes ""has the bull bv the rVb end. 1 tKafr in intention
tention intention is to express thejj disnleasure with thf Canal pplr

icies nr with the Indlviduaisi'Who. rnftke tuese oii.oias.

The group has forvw since 'eyinppd jtsi .ontiw'n;genr

erosity in manv was. PO'anv resrvatnn ( ""ifests tnj.
wards the United Fund ar not !"st the twitchings of a

tightwad. There Is no Question of this.

The question is,' does ,te group realize that in boycot boycotting
ting boycotting the United Fund, if that Is what it Is doing, it is knock knocking
ing knocking the down-on-his-luclk guy that.needs a pair of pants, or
something to eat from th..$alvation-Army"? It is knocking
people like the' little fellow In Camboa who went Stateside
to get himself something to serve for the arms he had been
born without.' It Is kjiockintf the Boy Scout who wants a
camp to go ,to irvthe'summer,' rather than hangrMnd the
streets all day. It -it knocking the CI whn wants a place
like the YMCA or the JWB" where he can, relax and forget
th constralnmen.cthe post , , ; . .'
. PERCY'S PiERLESS PORTENT, confused as to wheth
er this morning's ceremonies are designed to -kick off Bull
Moore of Most Bujl week, settles uncomprehendingly for
1908," "' K
the year.in which, -if 1 have, learned the lesson of the
art work, Mrs. Teddy Roosevelt got her head entwine
inextricably in a mjsqtiito w&y V T"-'r Yi i

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BUND AT, NOVEMBER 5, 1951

'dm

Wait

LONDON, Nov. Bf UPD'There
are no. longer deEdou"" dark at attics
tics attics under tne roof.p, no cup cup-Twards
Twards cup-Twards under the ..Uir."- Such
wis the recent complaint of '--a
well-known woman speaker crlti crlti-.eising
.eising crlti-.eising Britain's modern houses

Her -argument was that, lifa ; In
. ftis streamlined; lais fronted
-,'world of ours is losing its facina facina-lion
lion facina-lion and romance. Tne modern
child, she warned, would soon
liave no scope tor wonder. 5
' While seeing her point, I cannot
brinr myself to agree. 1

."Ther; have never naa u w

ond." said the United Kingdom

. Prime Minister Ittrold StacMillan,

speaking not long ago about now
the population as a whole vbene-
fits from the general rise ia. stan

dards of livm. v vt y .;
;it phrase exs6 ly fits the chil children
dren children of today. When K comes to
opportunities for, wonderment and
awe; I. ant sure they Jjaye never

JW41Mo;godVt;.$-.';
FALACIF FASCINATION

vto,4ake one f small instance, t
kave Just been shown a collection
"of children's toys darted around
1870. VTheyt struck me ;as pathetic
" -rud woodefr setof rallwiy

trains and shapeless stuffed -dqlto

wnicn WQUlU urive any geu-resjwvi
tag child to the attic or the cup
board under the stairs. M; s
Beside this sad array, the mod

ern toy shoo, with its space sh:ps

and .underwater kits, and dolls

that sav "thank you.! ;ls a palace

of fascination and' rornance.VIn
the shops this Christmas there

will be toys enough to keep -the
youngsters spellbound until the ho

lidays are oyer.
The rise of Britain's toy trade,
by the way, has been sensational.

Canada and Ausiralia are our

best customers overseas, with the
United States a close third.
One of the happiest men in the
country today is S. H. Powell,
chairman of the British toy Man

ufacturers Association. He has just

reported that, sales of toys made
in Britain la Bt year reached the
record f gure of $100,000,000. Where
. as 20 years ago it was barely o o-ver
ver o-ver $8,500,000. i
-But children are not the only
sharers in this exciting new worjd
blending make believe and ro romance
mance romance with even more s woi-rful
- fact We have none of us ever had
, it so good.
;Who would have believed, S

years agor that the historic pa-J

yeantry- of; the State opening or
Parliament by the Sovereign wauld

be seen as well as heard in cot cottages
tages cottages ,and. farmhouses., hospitals
and works canteen all over Brit Britain.
ain. Britain. .

tawa Parliament no. doubt influ

enced the decision to televise the
same ma 'Jicent ceremony this

Oc.ober in u "Mother of Pariia

ments" at. Westminster. And what

a fairyland of splendor this re

vealed to the young m heart of

alt a PAS. V : : '-'- tf' v y-i

lt was history re-lived. In -the
reign of England's firs: Elizabeth,
400 years ago, the ritual in' the

House of Lords differed little

from that enacted before the tele

vision cameras last week.

Oueen Elizabeth IL- in ner

Crown and Parliamen Robe of

State, was preceded, like Elizabetn

I .in 1558. by neraias m armonui

tabards after be:.ng saluted by

the symbolic Sword : of State,
borne aloft this time by Viscount
Montgomery' of Alamein.
J But even jn this scene,-.modernity
reared its shape y head with
the presence, for the first time in
a thousand years, of women peer-
, Four life peeresses, recently cre created,
ated, created, were vhere, be-robed in scar-,
let and' minive? and, wearing tri tri-corn
corn tri-corn hats, the newlyordained fash-i
ion lor. peeresses of the realm.

FAHIdN PARADE FOR TROOPS
f ;-,-( -.' i' "',1

The new look, is not confined
the House of Lords. The British
Army has begun a new drive, not
p-rartiv for elamor. but for the

sort of smartness that will make
it difficult to distinguish a private

from an officer. ... '.

Cristopher Soames, secretary m

State for war neia a iasmon j-

ntAn" the other day to show on

six service uniform designs, which

are to oe given uuee mwumo
froott trial beginning Dec. 1. Five

wi hnspA on uniforms at pres

ent worn only by officers the otn otn-er
er otn-er was an improvement on present-day
battje-dress. ,f"

As an ex-serviceman trom ou

War I, with .memories ot me

rough knaKi tunics oi uiose uays
wi h their tight,- neck-Uckllng col collars,
lars, collars, hot to mention yards of put puttees
tees puttees wrapped round the legs, I

must say l envied inese muueiu

soldiers with their .couars una

t!o. nd smooth lackers Oi Dara-

h nnH Tervlene worsted. The

bright brass, buttons did not even
need polishing. j,

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welcomed into the 500-hour -Club recently, signifying each has accumulated 500 hours of sick leave. Award certificates were
presenter by Maj'.- Frank- J... Chief falo, chief of the. division. Shown at the ceremony are, left to right, John Junier of 55a-23-47
East 22 Street,. Panama City; Jesus Cordoba, 10 East 18 Street; Charles W. Henry of 1st Street, Parque Lefevre; Emlllo Ro Rodriguez,
driguez, Rodriguez, 22-38' Mariano Arosemena Street; Victor Nicholls, Blrdu Street, Paraiso and Cephas Wilson of 37 J.D. Esplnar Street.
Another QM employe who received the award: was Randall E. McClean of Pueblo Nuevo. UJS. Army Photo).

Episcopal Church Is Viewed By Scholar

As Medium Between Catholic, Protestant

' Hl$f ORY RfeWvIBi8 '1 ? 'C procession Of trade and Industry
"' Th nrecedenv set in 1957 when, on Saturday s so that as many

Queett. Elizabeth II opened the Ot- i people as possible may see it,

Three : Federal Judges Okay
Mississipprs Voting Laws

JACKSON, Miss! (UPI) Mis Mississippi's
sissippi's Mississippi's new educational require requirements
ments requirements for voting, under attack by
the NAACP, had the approval of
three federal judges today. But
their strongly worded "states'
rights" decision' apparently will
be appealed to the U.S. Supreme
Court.
.The special panel, Thursday dis dismissed
missed dismissed a suit filed by Negro min minister
ister minister H.D. Darby, who charged
that Negroes ,: are systematicaliy
barred'ifrom.4he ; pollSv, under a
1954 constitutional "amendment in increasing
creasing increasing the requirements T'for
regis'tration...A-;-s:-,Vrr; Mi.;.".?',:
'In this day of mass education,
the court said, educational tests
prescribed in the amendment are
both reasonable 5 and "a elegit! elegit!-maU
maU elegit!-maU exercise-by the. state of its
sovereign right to prescribe and
enforce the .qualification of vo voters."
ters." voters." -' K'"-';'".
NAACP attorneys : said they
wanted to study the 'decision be before,
fore, before, announcing an aopesl, bu
they had indicated during trial of
the suit last July they would ap ap-pealxin
pealxin ap-pealxin the event 'of att adverse
decision. .. -vv,
The decision was rendered by
Judges Ben F. Cameron, of the:
Sth Circuit Court, of Appeals Sid Sidney
ney Sidney Mize ot the Southern Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi District and Claude Clay Clay-ton"
ton" Clay-ton" of the Northern Missis&ppi
District.' ' I
Atty. Gen. Joe Patterson' and;

Jefferson Davis County Registrar
James Daniel, who rejected

Darby's application tor, registra registration,
tion, registration, were defendants. 4
The NAACP greeted the deci decision
sion decision with a statement urging Ne Negroes
groes Negroes throuehout the state to "at

tempt to register and vote" and

"if turned down appeal' imme

diately i to the Civil Rights Com Commission
mission Commission in Washington.".
In a 47 -page decision the court
held that: ; : ;

. Such lawsuits cannot be brought

(as Darby attempted to do) under
the 1957 civil rights law which
makessome provisions for, going
directly into federal court without

exhausting state remedies.
" Daniel was a "conscientious,
oatient and fair ttublie official"

who treated whites and Negroes
"exactly alike" and the NAACP
showed no" "tangible or credible

proof of discrimination. i
j JDarby's application for regis registration
tration registration showed "several deficien deficiencies,"
cies," deficiencies," he failed to follow through
with -an appeal from Danlels' rul-

m?, his handwriting was hot legi legible
ble legible and he did not attempt .."o

show Jbis abilityto read. ; 8 ;
The county registrar In Missis Mississippi
sippi Mississippi does not hold "arbitrary
and sole" power to" decide who
shall vote because the law con contains
tains contains a provision for.;'appeal,.fronV
his decision to the county election
commission. V , l

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'"Most ; CVistians -can give a

quick, one-word answer when
asked if they are Catholics or

Protestants. .'.

Eoiscooalians have a one-word

answer too, but it usually calls

for a lengthy explanation. Their

The Episcopal Church is "cath

olic" in that it preserves the an

cient, cainonc creeas ana sacra sacraments
ments sacraments and the liturgical form of
worship.. It maintains a three-fold
ministry of bishops, priests, and
deacons, whor 'like the Roman
Catholic and Eastern- Orthodox
clergy, trace their line of ordina

tion back to tne aposues.

- On the other hand it is ."re ."reformed"
formed" ."reformed" or Protestant body in
that it denies the authority of the
Pope, and rejects .many aspects
of Roman Catholic doctrine and
worship which it regards as, con contrary
trary contrary to ; the original faith and
practice of the early Christian
c h u r cl like ,. all Protestant
bodies. It accents the : Bible, rath-

er than any ecclesiastical author

ity,) as the ultimate ."testing
ground" for beliefs.
The attempt to combine both1

great Christian traditions in one
body has, led, to inevitable ten

sions between "nign onurcn onurcn-Episcopalians,
Episcopalians, onurcn-Episcopalians, who . emphasized
Catholic leanings, and "low
church" Episcopalians, who are
distinctly Protestant, in orientation.-..
7 , .!
But these tensions nave been
minimized in recent years by the

rapid growth of a great middle

group or pi8copanans wno cner cner-ish
ish cner-ish both aspects of their heritage,
and who welcome the opportunity

to serve as a "bridge" between

the divided branches of the Chris

tian family. 11

Their viewpoint is expressed by

the noted Episcopal scholar, Dr.
Chad Walsh:
" "If Christendom is ever to be
reunited into one great church,
that church will, of necessity be
one with sufficient scope and
flexibility to find room for what
is best in both the Protestant and
Catholic traditions. I believe the
Episcopal Church 'is a small small-scale
scale small-scale models of what such a
church can be."
' Their commitment to the cause
of Christian reunion has led Epis Episcopalians
copalians Episcopalians to take a leading role
in ecumenical organizations such
as the National and World Councils-of
Churches. They have -also
moved to strengthen ,ties with
their own ''immediate family"
the worldwide Anglican communion-
'
The Anglican communion con consists
sists consists of some 40 million Chris Christians
tians Christians .on every1 continent, whose
self-governing national churches
are, like the Episcopal Church in
the United States, descended
from the parent church of Eng England.
land. England. One of their strong bonds
is the fact that all use- the 400-year-old
"Book of Common
Prayer."
i Anglican worship came to
America with the original Eng English
lish English colonists. The first church

was planted at Jamestown, Va.,

in 1607, by a chaplain who ac

companied Capt. John Smith's
tana. George Washington, James
ladison, Alexander Hamilton,
atrick Henry and many other
.ounding fathers were Episcopa Episcopalians.
lians. Episcopalians. With more than 3 million mem1
bers, the Episcopal Church today
ranks as America's sixth largest
Christian body.

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larid g-larid (UPD-Mrs. Mildred Elvin
is a determined, woman. A magis magistrate
trate magistrate fined Mrs. Elvin, who al already
ready already had spent -280 on fruitless
driving lessors, $2.85 for trying

to bribe a driving examiner to

pass her after her eighth unsuc unsuccessful
cessful unsuccessful test. Then Mrs. Elvin,
who had since failed tests 9 and
10, hurried off to prepare for
test U.
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Marshal Peterson knows how to

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was used for cooking purposes.
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Supreme Court, The voter must

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ABRAM-LOUTS PERRELET, of Le
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maker. watchmaker. A great watchmaker. And, greatest
of his achievements, perhaps, was the in invention
vention invention of a self-winding watch. This pedo pedometer,
meter, pedometer, or jerkwinding pocket-watch, in in-ipired
ipired in-ipired men like Breguet and Recordon to
emulate him, and set the direction of research
into the self-winding principle for the next
hundred yean.

Abram-Louis fencelet,
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Rolex Oyster case teady to protect the
delicate mechanism that was demanded,
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within a year. Perrelet's dream of the perfect
self-winding watch was realized at last
The Rolex "Rotor, as the new self selfwinding
winding selfwinding mechanism wascalled, was patented
m 1931, and answered all the demands made
upon it, Here at last was the true self selfwinding
winding selfwinding watch : the Oyster Perpetual.
Twenty years of testing, both in labora laboratories
tories laboratories and in real life, have fully established
the reputation of the Oyster Perpetual. The
Oyster Perpetual can truly be said to have
opened up new horizons m the whole of
the Watchmaking world.

A typical pedometer watch, hnpifed by
Abram-Louii Petrelet's prototype.' None
of tbe natcbei made by him bat lurvived.
But' Perrelet's pocket -watch, though it
' wound itself, was riot the final answer. The
constant jerking told hard on the mech mechanism,
anism, mechanism, and although perfect in theory, in
practice the jerkwinder's shortcomings
doomed it to failure from the start.
Different applications of the principle
were used; different, often fantastic, types of
watch made their appearance. But for two
centuries after Perrelet's birth, no one had
bettered his achievement; no one had pro produced
duced produced really practicable self-winding
watch.
And then; in 1930, Rolex began their
attempts to solve the problem. With the

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snrlAL FUNCTIONS OF ROOSEVELT CENTENNIAL
Start tomSw evening with dinner party
Tht first of the principal official functlpw Mhe Theo Theodore
dore Theodore Roosevelt centennial observance In the Uyi 2
be fiven tomorrow evening by members of the Canal Zone
of the Society of American Military Ui.ineers.
The ballroom It the Tivoll Guest House wW be the scene
f the event, which will start with a social hour at 6 p.m.
LVlJS SaJefom, ot o.
1, coVnTed a. one of the outstandinf authorities on

the me ne iw F
Special guests at tomorrow s din dinner
ner dinner ineeting will be high officials
of the Canal Zone and Panama
and Theodore Roosevelt Medal
holders and their wives.
All members of the .Society of
American Military Engineers and
their wives are urged .to attend.
Dress will be informal, with coats
and ties for the gentlemen.
In charge of reservations Ro Robert
bert Robert Hall Clayton 5169; George
Kruse, navy 3322; Lt. Col. Donald
T Rogers, Clayton 6215; George
Abel, Albrook 7295; and Jim Brig Brig-man,
man, Brig-man, Balboa 1625.
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Per Charity Event
Patronesses of the Bella Vista
Children's Home benefit, to be giv-
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en by the Inter-American Wom Women's
en's Women's Club, Tuesday, November 18,
at the FoU Amaaor Otiicers' Cluu,
are the First Lady of Panama,
Mrs. Ernesto de ia Guaruia, Jr.,
Mr William E. Potter. Mrs.

Ridgely Gaitner, Laay Henuerson,
Mrs. Julian rune Harrington anu
Mrs. Clifford Payne. General chair chairman
man chairman in charge of arrangements is
Mrs. J. Merton Ford, with Mrs.
Warner Scott Rodimon serving as
co-chairman.
Tha entira nrnreedi of the bene
fit will je donated to the Children's
Hump located on 46th Street, ue-
lla Vista, to be used to purchase
needed supplies and equipment.
Tne benetii wm siari ai i.au p.
m. with a card party. Ladies are
asked to furnish their own caras,
score pads and pencils. Tea will
be served at 4 p.m., and entertain entertainment
ment entertainment and a raffle wilj follow.
Thnsa who are not able to attend
the card party are urged to ue
present for the tea and entertain
ment.
An unusual and Interesting eco eco-nomv
nomv eco-nomv fashion show will be staged,
during which styles from ihe
racks of the iawu mritt snop wm
be modelled by students of Miss
Eloise Monroe's sewing classes at
the Junior College and Balboa
High School. A comedy skit will
be presented by Mrs. Rogelio E.
Alfaro and Mrs. Paul Duran.
Following the entertainment, a
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raffle for three prizes will be held,
and more than a dozen door prizes
ue awarded. Persons who pur

chase tickets, but will be unable
to attend the benefit, are asKeu io
send in stuDs of tickets, with
names anu addresses, or inclu
sion in door prize drawings.
Tickets may be obtained by call
ing Mrs. J. Merton Ford, Pana
ma 3 3453; Mrs. rtobert jtamore,
Panama 3-0090, Mrs. u. ueuma,
Panama 3-2t0s; Mrs. Vv. S. itoui-
mon, Balboa 2302; Mrs. n. Long-
more, Balboa MbS; Mrs. Einer
A0bottr Balboa 1585; Mrs. Charles
L. Dasner, Fort Amador 5200; Mrs.
Richard Sexton. Navy 2393; Mrs.
James R. Lawrence, u u a r r y
Heights 4280; Mrs. Dean Mans
field, AlbrooK 4108; Mrs. William
Franks, Albrook 4196; Mrs. Hugh
P. Osborne, Fort Amador all8; or
at JWB headquarters in Balboa or
tne IAWC Thrift Shop on Automo
bile Row.
Ich aoricf tor inclusion In this
column should b lubmitled in
rvavwritton twin sad meiled
the box numbtr listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise." or delivered
bv hsnd to the otfico. Notices of
meetings cannot bo accoptod by
tairphoao.
IAWC Committee For
Asilo do la Intends
Members of Asilo de la Infancia
committee of the Inter-American
Women's Club will meet Monday
afternoon at 1:30.
Mrs. Robert Austin Acly will be
hostess at the bridge-tea meeting
at her home in La Cresta.
Balboa Woman's Club
The regular meeting of the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Woman's Club will be held
Wednesday at 9 a.m. in the JWB JWB-USO
USO JWB-USO in Balboa. A cofiee social
will follow the business meeting.
The program, planned for 10 a.
m., will be In keeping with the
Theodore Roosevelt centennial cel
ebration. Mrs. Ruth Townsend, a
staff member of the Canal Zone
library, will speak on "Roosevelt,
tne Man.
Interested women of the commu community
nity community are invited to hear her ad addess.
dess. addess. Cif v-
Snlnlsh Cantrarutinn C&ih
The Canal Zone Spanish Con Conversation.
versation. Conversation. Club will have its bi biweekly
weekly biweekly meeting Wednesday eve evening
ning evening at 7:30 at the Quarry Heights
Officers.' Club. The club is design designed
ed designed for practice of Spanish
conversation and for, further furthering
ing furthering inter-American friendship.
All persons, both officer and civ civilian,
ilian, civilian, who are eligible to join an
officers' club are invited to at attend
tend attend and join the club.
Flower Arrangement Class
The class in flower arrangement
at the Balboa YMCA-USO will be
held Monday morning at 9:30.
Each member of the class is ex expected
pected expected to bring necessary mate materials
rials materials for making cut flower ar arrangements,
rangements, arrangements, which should be rea ready
dy ready at 9:30.
Mrs. Pat Morgan will offer con constructive
structive constructive analysis of each arrange arrangement.
ment. arrangement. Kobbo Chapel Guild
The Protestant Chapel Guild
meeting of Fort Kobbe is planned
for Wednesday morning at 9 in the
chapel annex.
The program will feature the
showing of slides on Bolivia by
Rev. R. H. Wheatley of the Metho Metho-dist
dist Metho-dist Church in Cristobal.
A baby-sitter will be available
in the chapel annex to care for
small children.
All Protestant women of the Ft.
Kobbe area are invited to attend
the meeting.
IPIDiMIC IDENTIFIED
FRANKFURT, Germany (UPI)
The mystery of the "red spot"
spidemic which has infected at
least 100,000 Germans on hoth
sides of the Iron Curtain apperas
to have been solved. It is German
measles, according to health de department
partment department officials in Lower Saxo Saxony
ny Saxony state. The illness, which covers
sufferers with spots, spread rapid rapidly
ly rapidly during the week to all of Ger Germany's
many's Germany's principal cities and ad adjacent
jacent adjacent areas.
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SWEET CHARITY Mrs. Cecil Hlmes, in foreground at right,
wife of the commandant of the VS. Army Caribbean School
at Fort Gullck, purchases the first cake to open a post take
sale. The event was held to raise funds to purchase choir
robes for the Protestant ChapeL (Army Photo)

Toiletries Executive Decries Wives
Who Help By Meddling In Business

By GAY PAULEY
NEW YORK (UPI) So you
wives think you are hubby's help helpmate
mate helpmate in business as well as at
homee
Well, take a closer look at the
way you play the role. As one
executive has put it, "The hand
that rocks the cradle also can
rock the boat."
It takes some doing to be uie
ideal wife for the man who wants
to succeed. But Lee H. Bristol
Jr., an executive with the Bristol Bristol-Meyers
Meyers Bristol-Meyers drug and toiletries firm,
Questions whether business itself
and its advisors, the manage
ment consultants and sociologists
isn't putting too much stress on
"the new togetnerness, on wne
inegration."
Bristol brought this whole mat matter
ter matter up this week, in a talk be before
fore before a "ladies' night" meeting of
the New Brunswick, N.J., Cham Chamber
ber Chamber of Commerce. His ideas de deserve
serve deserve to be heard by wives and
their husbands elsewhere.
Bristol pointed out what many
a woman already knows that
some companies today won't hire
a man until his missus has
passed muster with the screening
committee. The wife, as Bristol
sees her, "is a bigamist, married
to her husband and her husband's
company."
Rated on Chic
The screeners rate her on chic,
take a look at the type of books
she reads, study how she "fits
in," even convince her that the
names on her Christmas card list
are important to her husband's
job.
"Some of the sociologists make
one see business today as a huge,
open-jawed whale," said Bristol
Fred Sill, Canal
Authority, Speaks
To Engineers Club
Members of the Engineer Exe Executive
cutive Executive Club heard and saw some some-thins
thins some-thins of the earlv Panama Canal
construction days at its November
luncheon meeting held at the Fort
Officers Club.
Fred DeV. Sill, formerly direct
or of admeasurement of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal, and one of the old
timers of the canal organization,
was the principal speaker. Sill
knows his subject wen. He came
to the Isthmus in 1907. not long
after President Roosevelt visited
the Isthmus and remained in serv service
ice service until his retirement a dew
years aeo. ''
The luncheon meeting of the En
gineer Eexecutive Club this montn
was devoted to Theodore Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt in commemoration of the
centennial of his birth which is
beine on a nation-wide basis 'his
year. It 1s one of the early events
for a week-long ceremony which
officially opens this morning and
culminates next Saturday morning
with an elaborate ceremony at the
Administration Building at Balboa
Heights when a bronze bust of
Roosevelt will be dedicated.
In addition to the address by
Sill, the Engineer Executive Club
members also saw a special Theo
dore Roosevelt, film at the lun
cheon:
The club ias organized in No
vember 1956 by Col. Raymond L,
Hill, U.S. Army Caribbean En
gineer. The club now has about
45 members who are professional
engineers and key supervisors of
the engineer section. The organi
zation has no officers and its nur
pose is the oiscussion of new ideas
in engineering and management.
The club meets the first Friday of
each moth.
NOW!

"The husband and wife are walk walking
ing walking hand in hand into that gaping
mouth. .they might describe this
picture as the 'new together togetherness'."
ness'." togetherness'." ,
''Rubhish, said Britol. ?
"No,' he added, "I am not" so
Victorian as to suggest that a
woman's place is only in the
home. But it would take a lot to
convince' me that her place is
putting sugar in her husband's
coffee during the executive com committee
mittee committee coffee break."
What type of woman does he
see as the ideal wife of the busi businessman?
nessman? businessman? "She is not a meddler," said
Bristol. "As Jack Benny warned.

'Stop helping already!" Here,
he added the observation of a
business associate, that "the
hand that rocks the cradle also
can rock the boat."
Not a GossId
The ideal business wife is not
a gossip. She does not betray
business confidences.
She is a good listener, "she
recognizes her role as (he one de
pendable sounding board her hus
band has." said Bristol. "W'th
her, there is no need to fear
being quoted, misquoted or mis
interpreted by others.' '.
She is a good manager without
talking about it. His laundry is
Dacic in time for him to catch
tha Til ana him nif ia rvv a a aA k
w J WD Be ip r CWCU W
fore he decides to wear it.
She keeps informed. "She will
want to be the interested wife,"
said Bristol. "Remember the
time Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt: told
a reporter, 'I don't pretend to be
a brilliant woman, but I want
certainly to be an Interested
woman'." y i
And she is a good companion.
"...Arranges quiet dinners ever
so often, and sees to it that there
is a quiet time at home for the
titan of the commuter trains."
said Bristol.
Ekberg's ChaCha,
Belly Dancer's
Strip Cause Raid
,.
ROME (UPI) Roman society
went underground today to recup recuperate
erate recuperate from the embarrassment of
a police raid on a party that feat-
urea a torrid cha cha dance oy
actress Anita Ekberg and a strip
tease by a Turkish belly dancer
Police stopped the oarty in v
Roman restaurant while dancer
Kiash Nanah was gyrating in her
black lace panties before an au
dience of 200 prominent Romans
and foreigners whose names
would make a Who's Who of the
nobility and film world. i
Police closed the restaurant but
no Known charges were lodged
against Masn, wno is Known as
"Green Eyes" in the circles in
which she whirls. i
Italian artist Novella Parisinl.
one of the guests, said the party
was given Dy a very r;cn Amer American"
ican" American" for Countess Olghina di Rob.
ilant who was celebrating her 25th
birthday.
Miss Parigini, who refused to
name the host, is an exoert on
nodes and famous here for her
studies of the female form in.
eluding self-portraits done before
a mirror. She was one of the few
guests who appeared willing to
taiK.
"It all itarted with Anita Efc
berg." Miss Pargini said. "She
did a so'o cha cha dance which
got everyone excited.
"Then K'ash went Into her
dance. She began to take off her
clothes and probably would have
nad them oil off if the police had
come a little later.' She was very.
very near nude down to her
black lace panties."
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been one of our best and smart
est dummy, players for many
years. ;
His opening no trumn has
slightly shaded but he certainly
held 15 good points plus one fen
ana two nines, u worm naa oniy
hirl turn ni.tollmrt T an virthohlv
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West opened the deuce of clubs
ana tee von .East's queen with
the-ace He saw no reason, to hold
off since the heart suit was also
stopped only once.
He led a. diamond to dummy's
ace and East dropped the jack.
onow Lee hart a timole nrohlem.
Who held the queen of diamonds?
Against many players Lee would
have laid down the kin 2 and
hoped to drop the queen but Lee
returned to his own hand and fi
nessed .successfully against Wers
queen.
Why did Lee make this play?
iae answer is mat jast was
one of those inveterate false-card
ers and Lee knew that he was.
Hence, East would surely have
dropped the queen if he held
both queen and Jack.
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ANNOUNCI MERGER PLANS
NEW YORK rlTPn Tha Htrais
tors of General" Telephone" Corp.
and Svlvania F.Wtrir Products
Thursday announced plans to
merge into a firm to' e known
as General Telephone and Elec Electronics
tronics Electronics Corp. .;
John Huston's

THE BARBARIAN AND THE

stars John Wayne in Mighty Adventure Drama!

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, John nuNtonl "THE BARBARIAN AND
.THE GEISHA, starring : John Wayne as
Townsend Harris, first U.S. consul to Japan,:
opens next Wednesday at tha Bella Vista
Theatre. -V ( l: 1
Produced by 20th Century Fox by Eugene
i Frenke oa location In Japan In Cinemascope
' And De Luxe color, this earerly-awalted film
Introduces In her screen debut, a captivat captivating
ing captivating Japanese actress, Elko Ando, and also
. stars Sam Jaffa and tha celebrated Japanese
star, So Tamamura, 1
' As dramatised In Charles Grayson's screen
. Mo, ."THE i BARBARIAN AND THE. GEI-

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VISITS LEPROSARIUM A Mrs. Pette Mesta former UJS. Am-
bassado'r to Luxembourg; accompanied by Col. Charles O. Bruce,
Canal zone health, director, visited the Palo Seco Leprosarium:.,
during her recent trip to the1 Canal Zone. Shown, from left,
are Mrs. Mesta. Mrs. Ezra Hurwitz. Col. Bruce and Dr. Ezra
Hurwltz, superintendent of Palo Seco. t

Xmas Cards Designed By RP Artists
Now Being Sold At YMCA In Balboa

Christmas cards ih the tradition
of the Isthmus noW are on sale at
the Y.M.C.A., Balboa fof the bene-
; .t tk Panama Museum. De-
lit VL WIS
signed by proihinenf,' professional
Panamanian arusis, mey xc uou uou-painted
painted uou-painted and in black and white.
A modern Madonna, the Three
Kings, a Panamanian village ana
two children singing carois, .io
among the themes,- ihstead of .he
Canr rune cipiahs. snow and
kj a u hex v a y---o- .
evergreen trees of North Ameri-
can no wnirai curopeau
Some designs, already; sold WUl
be replaced 5 shortly. .A humidity humidity-resistant
resistant humidity-resistant envelope,, accompanies
each card. v T.-
. The Y.M.C.A., dpen from' 8 a.mv
to 8:30 p.m., like shops In Pana Pana-m
m Pana-m a where the .cards may" be ; oh'
tained,'4s aiding In the sale as a
community service,. AU profits aft after
er after printing 4nd paper are pald
for,, will be used by the recently recently-organized
organized recently-organized Society rat the Rational
Museum of Panama to further
the work of the museum. ,. V
'.Special and quantity orders are,
handled at a hew shop in the mu-
eonm whpra a hilinffunl volunteer
is in attendance' Tuesday through.
Saturday mornings' from 10:13 -td
12:15 and Sunday afternoons from
3 to 5. Discpunts arellowed on
quantity orders of b-1 a c k rand
white cards. ; -' ..-.'
Shops in Panama aiding in the
distribution are: Central and Tlvo. Tlvo.-li
li Tlvo.-li Avenue stores of FeliJ? B. Ma-
fluro, Madunto s, American Ba
v SHA" unfolda

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zaar on Central AvenueV Geoi;s
F. Novey, Babylandiar Graziela A.;
rango, Decorator, Via Espafta, op opposite.
posite. opposite. El Panama Hilton,, and
now Madurito's I. L. Maduro in
Colon. Information may be obtain obtained
ed obtained and orders given by calling
Mrs. Irving Bennett, committee
chairman, Panama 31344, or Mrs.
Harold Rosen, business manager, "...
Panama .3-7173. y
JETS FOR JORDAN
iAMMAN, Jordan. (UPI) ;Th
British and U.S. Embassy have an
nounced that the V Q it e 4
States would provide the Jordan-.
ian .air force with 12 British-mada
Hawker Hunter jet fighter planes.
The planes were bought by the
United States, under the offshore
procurement program and will- be
used by Jordanian;' pilots trained
in Britain.-, r; y -An-.- 1

RAISE DISCOUNT RATES ;
,!,WASHINQTPN(i(UPI)T-.The Fed v.
era! Reserve vBankcofi Nef Vork
received permission from the
Federal Reserve Board (Thursday,
to jrais from 2, to Z1. per," cent -its
charge- on J6ari9 to comriiercial ;
banks.'" .' ,.' '
' iii r ': :

iniffit i

a sweeping adventure story

set against the authentio Orient 'Splendor of
tha East. It tells of Townsend Harris and, his
arrival In. Japan in the mid-I9th century to
negotiate a treaty-to open Japanese' ports to
foreign ships and Introduces Japan to .for .foreign
eign .foreign Ideas. Dramatically, it shows how' one
man, Without force, using only -his courage,
determination and nnderstandinr, changes
an entire nation's view toward the; rest of
the" world.'' A;t'i-':,.v,f:.ji'Y':i'.,.vii x.
Don't miss this mighty adventure' drama,
which opens next Wednesday at the air-con
lltloned .and J3o Luxe Bella Vista JTheatre..

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' SUNDAY, NOYEHBER 1658
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jctp.w vnBic : rNEAW After. a-..

k-.tit- i.iv Mintha nf iatenre. 20th

Fox Records is Just now beginning
to make some noise. i
Starting a record company,, when

you nav the resources m euw
pany.likr 20lh 'Century-Fox bu
fiinoyou; Jnany seem Lke a sim simple
ple simple thing. Put the :29th Fox Kec
nrit Jiraina rWlriprl la mOVt SlOW-

ly. IThey resisted the obvious temp

tattoos to; tiooa tne- marnei wnu
albums, featuring -,20th Cenury-
Fox : arista, v -. v : '' J '
"We're out to make good nm nm-lc,":
lc,": nm-lc,": says' Henry. Onorati, form.
Jrlyf with RCA. and Dot. "We re
mnvW tuiowlv During ; the sum

mer ,r ; we, only put ; out a lew re-

. iease.8, juai io jei we uau uw.
know we were, in business.';- v.
Onbraw aidedi by s ong writer
Lou"tei Giiercio and conductor conductor-NarrangerlHugo
NarrangerlHugo conductor-NarrangerlHugo Montenegro, rar
soned that there were two ways
to etart arewrdcojiipany.
. "First," he says, "you could just
go but tand spend money. Get hitb'
priced .. u U v e tv'takea big
splashy ads, thrpw dozens or a
Vi.,m. nn' tha market. You know.

anybody cn made an ', album

Jura a pams. nave, mm piay wr
an hour and -you've -got an album.

HIM.' ..Tail 'I. mil' U:1V

ro solash until we have produci.

We haven't spent much money

Now they think they have $ No No-duct.i
duct.i No-duct.i On singles, they're building
their own artists, plus signing the
beautiful Denise Lor and showcas showcasing
ing showcasing her ,whh lovely Montenegro .ar .arrangements,1
rangements,1 .arrangements,1 like the just-released
"You're Every where.
. Oh albums,, they've already
' worked some coups. They found
some Glenn Miller tapes in Holly Holly-woo4;
woo4; Holly-woo4; tapes he made for "his Fox
movies. These wly 1)e issued as
an album. And so will sound-tacks
of old Shirley Temple movies, in
which Shirley sang such old-time
hits as "On the Good Ship Lolly Lolly-pop.'
pop.' Lolly-pop.' And there' are other plans
for albums which should create
some sales noise. J
You may wonder why 20th Century-Fox's
record division is called
"20th Fox," without the "Centu

ry.

ry I UCl DUH ; OiJWW S V1.S m jaUA VIJ
"That's because everthine these on 'Hot Catgo"; on Coral, "Pi
a ... i- ..n.J onfU rnf..Kfl Mnl" lioa T.ntAtViv Pnllin alntftao

.... nHH.d (tai ti a 4rtaan.l GtAVA AHaA annrii whifth aha Hna

mg'' store next aoor is me wnn. uw uui ywvc,

Cemury tfry ueaners.' we wani-

ed aometmng-mtterent-

felurge to date ir thf tecbrd ,ver-

liCWCOl ICv'l dgC lies a vm. v w p 0it Aiaia uuvb ivvrw tvi, p v
young boy who calls himself just aged in book form and complete
Fabian At 18, Fabian -is the new- with -color illustrations from the
est member of the youthful star movie, has Stokowskl and the Phi-

ei, wun nis unanuciior rccurums. jaueiyiua iitucsm uu mc ouuim-

Strknpolvi T7hiBiv:i Jhp Tirntptiel track. Dlavine eleht classical com-

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of ; "IT year-old s.ngetp Frankie posistlons..

Avalbri. The two "grew "vpyisewand. ears.

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ICC Probs plsclqs wCreW Failed
To Ohey is?gna!s In Fatal Crash :

Fabraa

Dealae Lor

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klnnlra aivav Irnm narti ftthpr

PhilarUlnhia: An(1 'whpn Avtlon'

hm hiircf uiith hla rppnl'rit lilt

VHr. W V. .1 I .... .ww-"

ue JJ9 -uinan," aDian couion

nave Deen nautuer. ne naa no

thnnohtt nf "linoinfl himself, helne

a. husky, football-mad h gh schwi

i ; ., .

H But Jbit sang for .himself, and
once he was sinzine 'or himself in

TPranlri-'a hnii anf uaa ovP

heard, i Presto, j new; career was

Dorn.sr apian, son pi a rniu-
i still hlllkV.

footballmad high school boy Only

now ne s-aiso a singing iooj.

, tic suu uour. a (u uu w tuucji,
nlav ff.ntl.afl and Derhans study

eneincei in.. But now he'll also

sing, in the. glee ciup.

mrir'S PfPKS- Fran S;ntr

I ii a unnd 'nne n "Mr. Surprfm"

on uapiUJ. unieij; :ue root ou

the Aneel" Bobiv He!-n. Deccai:

- ;"issin' 'Conversation';; ( a t h y

"Kiss n r.nnvp luft" ( KM iiV

Linden, Felsted). "Oo Whii" Th
'inlnc RCA V "Rra.ifi New Pen

ny"- (Gino and ; G'i.,-j Mercury );

t,v'T. 'riintiA' an1 fiti!i Matrmirv

Marv Ke. Trio WB : "The Mar-

A C.tuu March" I'jI binone. Di i-

?'What Would H t'ke in. Hea

ven" (Edie Hodges and Julia
Meade, Decca). ; r ,
G rl vocalist with cood new al

bumson Capitol, Keely Smith

sings "Politely, some of her best
record efforts to date;, on Kapp,

jane Morgan nas a toveiy two--ecord
set, "Grat Songs From the
Great Shows of the Century"; on
WB, Mary Kaye and her trio do
"Tnn Mnrh and thia 1. fflfeat

stuff; on. Mercury Ernestine An
. ,1 m mi

oerson snows on s line jazi siyie

Temp

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Being Fired Like An Employe
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DALLAS, Tex. (UPI) -. Offeri
of new Jobs""' piled up yeBteruay
for .tempestuous grand opeja star
Maria ivlenegum Callas, whom
Rudolph Bing, manager of New
York's" Metropolitan opera, fired
by telegram oh.Thursday'.
Prtsumabi, iflobe of the offers
had bfin presented to, her. L. B.
Longarl, a spokesman, said she
was jihushed 1y.' her set-to with
Bing and working at night and
probably would spend the, rest of
the (Jay in her suite. Vl
Miss Cal'as said le'or she left
&e Music' Hall,; in Dallas;, early
yesterday that she resented Bing's
treating her like an employe. i, t
1 didn'tVwork for a living,"
she said. &1a artistic : things."
She sang the role of the witch
in SMedeaThursday 1 Bight ia
the mus e hall for the i Dallas
Civie Opera Company. Local crit critics
ics critics said that, if anything, being
fired improved her vo ce.
Miss Callas decided not to hold
a news conference lata yesterday.
Longarl explained that she an announced
nounced announced it before she saw .news .newsmen
men .newsmen early' yesterday and consi considers'
ders' considers' that her remarks then took
the.plac of. a later news confer conference.
ence. conference. 'v '
Longarl said that .one of the
Jobs that had been discussed Vas
or the Dal'as Civic Opera Com Company,
pany, Company, x r
Carol Fox,; general manager of
the Ghtcaeo Operi Comoany, said
she will fly to Dallas to talk to
Miss Callas bout, signing a con contract
tract contract ior.next jear,- -There-was
sMi another of'er to

sing fthree-and-a half hours for

55,wq m Miami, i ia., cnnsimas
.weeki- 'T-.5.-,'s.:;-a:3,;:
But Bing said in' New York
that he Is 'grateful" to be done

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' WASHINGTON kUPIKThd In Interstate
terstate Interstate Commerce Commss'un
yesterday blamed tbe crew's fail failure
ure failure to obey stop Signals for the
plunge of a Jersey Central com commuter
muter commuter strain through -an open
bridge into Neward Bay at Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Port, N. J., Sept. 15. ;
The commusion also recom recommended
mended recommended that the ra'lroad install
an automatic speed control it
train-stoo system on all locomo

tives hauling passenger trains

ove- tne Newark Bay bridge, r it
said such' device! probab'y would
have, averted the tragedy.
Forty eight persons "41 pas-sengers-and
Jouxtra'nmen--d'ed
in the accidenCForty aix pas passengers
sengers passengers and tw i tram; service
employes -were ..injured- ?
The ICC report, written by
Com m as'oner Kenneth H. Tuggh,
said a post mortem examination
showed that the train's 'engineer,
Lloyd, Wilburn,-63.' of Red, Bank,
N.J.,' diedl of asphyxia du o
drowning. It said, r road' records
sowed Wjlburn met.reciuirenjen'j
for his : Job. lasc July 2L
The fireman. -Peter Andrew. 42.
Jersey ity, died of multiple frac-tur-s
and lacerRt'ons.
i Tbe cbmriission 'gave this" ac, ac,-connt
connt ac,-connt of ffce c"Mnt: Si
.The train left Elizabethpbft- sta station,
tion, station, a' ;57 .m. shortlyafter the

bridge was opened to permit a.
slp to pass.- as the U'aui ap approached
proached approached the "bridge its speed: in increased
creased increased fram 32 to 41 miles an
hour i

At this speed, it passed a signal

Panama C'ty
The Choir Guild and r. I r I

on the bfiage which caUed to-.SZi?

vU. -kc. W ouvx. 'oca: Eucnarut .at St.

hour. After passing the a gial,t he
train increased speed sligntly,
It passed a stop signs', went
through a derailing device 490

feev jst of the lift span and con

t'nucf, on the ties to tha edge of

tne orn.- vv.,
Two diesel electric units and
the first two ears plunged through
the opened bridge and into the

water. A third ar la'.er slipped

into ine nay.
The commiss'on said Its Investi Investigation
gation Investigation showed that the train's
brakes, l unclioned properly when
tested the morning of the acci accident
dent accident and when the train stopped
at Elizabethport. r
, The report;, said an examination
indicated some members of the
crew had applied the emergency
brakes af e- the train was de derailed';
railed'; derailed'; and before it. reached- the
bridge.
.It. said tests of the s'gnal inter interlocking
locking interlocking system showed no condi condition
tion condition which could have caused or
contributed to the cause of the
accident,

Salvage Master Plans To Lift
Andrea Doria By Summer 1960

H0LLYW00D-(tJPI)-A plaque
on "A" deck, of the 29,000-ton An An-uea
uea An-uea Dor.a honored he; uesigners
for creating a ship that could not
sink.
On a bright lummer's day in
I960, It salvage master Dick Mey Meyers
ers Meyers has his way.' the Doria will

r.se from ner watery grave 40

miles off Nantucket island and tne
baroacle-enerus.ed plaque wl l oe
removed before the leviathan re returns
turns returns to the sea lanes.
The-Italian .ea queen has been
resting 246 feet down on the
ocean bottom since the morning of

July 27, 1956, less than 12 hours
alter she collided with the Swedish
l'ner Stockholm with the loss of

50 lives. ..j.. 4.

, Mtyers, Who rttgotUttd a with
rh Dorta'a Irtsirtirs far fightt W
.the hulk, regards hi tak as
"rtwtlnt." , --'V
"There is really not" too much

to it once you have studied tbe

wreck and know what, is .to m
done,'" said Meyers, Interviewed
durina a Hollywood visit, with his

actress-fiancee Carole Mathews',

Tne bearded diver' explained
that approximately) 100 inflatable
rubber, caissons, each .with a- lift lifting
ing lifting power of-212 4onSi 'Would: !be

secured to the sunken Vessel.

ine caissons are securea Dy

knocking most of the 400 port portholes
holes portholes out Of the Doria,, then- In Inserting
serting Inserting clamps through the open

ings. Once they are in place we'll
start lifting.
"We plan to lift it by degrees,
than tow it toward Nantucket
with two ships, allowing it to set settle
tle settle to the bottom periodically un until
til until w are in only 30 feet of
water. r
"At that point a gang of men
will swarm over the exposed parts
of the Doria to smear grease over over-her.
her. over-her. While she is submerged the
only real oxidation damage will be
that suffered by the light metals
such as aluminum," Meyers said.
Meyers discounted any hopes
that money and valuables left
aboard the Doria would be sal salvaged.
vaged. salvaged. "At the most there would 'have 'have-been
been 'have-been possibly $100,000 and I sup suppose
pose suppose that was taktn off in the
11 hours before she sank," he
said.
f?The big money is la the sal salvage.
vage. salvage. We figure the whole opera operation
tion operation will cost us less than four
million dollars and whrsV the
Doria is raised she will be worth
three-fourths of her $38,000,000
cost," the 41-year-old diver said,
i Up to 600 men will be involved
atitimes in the project although
theicrew will be restricted by
weather to working only from
la' spring until mid-December.
Meyer hopes to have the Doria
out of the water by the end of

with Miss Callas, whose two

season;, wth the Met had raised
the question of "whether the
svari or the management rur the
opera."
Miss Callas hinted that her
dismissal by Bing from', an $18,000
a year job (for two months'
work), wa spitefully timed. ,
I "He 'should have waited," she
said. "I am vtry unhappy about
It.",.. .. -.,
She complained that Bini .want

ed her to appear in 'performance

es of "La Traviata" thats wsra
so close together she could not
stay;fln vbice."! M "f
i She opened ; lii l",TraviaU";la
Dallas last Friday.. Big telegraph telegraphed
ed telegraphed her his wishes for a cood per-

formance,but raskedglWhyj Dal-..

He telegraphed 4hrf again Wed Wednesday;
nesday; Wednesday; 'she ssidt- but she re rehearsed
hearsed rehearsed until 3 a.mr Thursday
and didn't, have chance to an answer,
swer, answer, So he telegraphed her
Thursday night Just before she
started singing the ro'e of the
ev 1 enchantress, "Medea" that
she wss fired.
After the performance, she said
she .could now tell Bing "Why
Dalla ." She s'd it was only
in places like Dallas that she
could be treated as she felt she
desrved to be. t

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; Complete Lloe of Service and Repair Parts

TROUT PRONTItR OPINIO
SHAWANO, Wis (UPD-Tues-day's
election resulted in the open opening
ing opening of one of the last trout fishing
frontiers to th public next year.
By a 302-200 vote in a referendum,
the Menominee Indian tribe de decided
cided decided to allow fishing on a paid
basis in Its 147 miles ol trout
streams whichy for the past two
decades, have been restricted to
members of the tribe.,,. )
DISCUSS STUDINT IXCHANGI
Cairo (UPI)-Tne United Stages
and the United Arab i Republic
may resume- an v exchange o"
students and professors, Informed
sources-said Wednesday night. ;

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special visitors today are ihe

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Next Sunday morning at the 9
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will be administered to a class of

candidates io De presented to
Bishop. K. Heber Gooden, by the
Bey,., Carlton O. Morales. The
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On Sunday, Nov. 23 th annual
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US Cash Register
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On Isthmian Visit

i: S. Stlntt. director and vie.

president of the overseas opera operations
tions operations of The National Cash Rolct.

,er' Co. arrived, in Panama today.

aeon -is travelling tnough Latin
America with.T. O. Rodriguez, the
Dresident of the Ontral Amori..

an subsidiaries of National.

While tn Panama, Scott plans to
discuss the newest applications of
NCR equipment with O. R. Nelson,
manager of the National hranrh

in Panama and the adaptation of

mese systems io local commercial

ana inaustriai conditions.
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President Ernesto de la Guardia
Jr.. and on Canal Zone Gov. Wil-

liam E. Potter. As his time

permits he will also meet with
nromlnpnt hninpcmon hnimr.

and industrialists.
The Central American rpnnhlire

are next in Scott's itinerary. He
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year.

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Michigan.
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kind ot damage as the Doria on
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ed. explained. "Raising her So'ves many of
the problems we'll face with the
Doria."

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f AGE SET
i I l.i id .as Santos fandieal!VM ttaceiti'acK i otiav
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Native Romancero Pick
To Whip Fifth Series

I Tomorrow, Nov. 10, will be another anniversary
'oi the "grito de independencia en la Villa de Lxs
Santos" (first cry of independence from Spin at the
Villa Of Los Santos).
The President Remon racetrack wilj celebrate
; the event one day early by holding a handicap of the
same name this afternoon for third series imported
, thoroughbreds. Natl racer Romancero, however,
i Is an almost unanimous pick to win the $1,000 one
'inile event.
-.u.j..i.j .nu fhp Haras 'cross the finish line all by himself.

Buueuuicu w uj-x- "--r-j
lm Mimiel's ace are Moucne
Geyser, Fieltro, Alpina and Chaco Chacotero.
tero. Chacotero. Alpina, Mouche and Chacotero
i. J A f...M(k iYia nottvo

ee;uJl'": ; TfnT hnine streak. Guides Mounche. Fcr-

wun piemy oi ""FV
rt iy fnrlones of tne race nui
the bis chestnut son of Keyhaven Keyhaven-Jam
Jam Keyhaven-Jam Roll should draw away and
TODAY! .60 .30 .20
A DOUBLE FEATURE
NOT APT FOR MINORS!
The explosive,
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ALSO:
A DRAMA OF VIOLENT
PASSIONS!
o Mari BLANCHARD
o Albert DEKKER
Juano HERNANDEZ
Carlos RIVAS In
"MACHETE"
FILMED ENTIRELY IN
PUERTO RICO!
RAY McKINLEY
Directing

SEW ACMIBwt- Jm

JIOMN
IlillKifliii
TINA LOUISE MHM"umm

TOBiiy.TOBATOng.TOPAY
r a it m ) TIV O L I I VICTORIA I RIO

caPitolio
S5C 20-
'DEEP SIX
' with Alan Ladd
Mi;
THE
Also: -BLACK
SCORPION

!,.. i; t, Uoolr in unnnina

from, will ride Romancero while
Jose Talavera will be aboard Al Al-pina.
pina. Al-pina. Alfredo Vasquez, now in the
midst of a ereat comeback win-
0rf ai,, ,m hive the lee ud
on Chacotero.
Geyser and Fieltro will be the
rank outsiders in this race. Geyser
will have .steadily improving ap
Drentice rider Guillermo Milord
in the saddle while apprentice Fe
lix Sanchez win attempt to make
the longshot players happy by
bootine home Fieltro first.
The secondary attraction will be
a $1,000 seven furlong sprint for
the track's first ser.es thorugh-
breds. Informal, soundly thrashed
in Monday's $10,000 one mile and
one-half classic in which he
wound up fourth and lead last,
should return to the winner s
circle in this group.
Embassy, a winner his last time
out; Bacancito, Melendez, Lobo,
and Gramilla complete the list of
entries in the co-feature.
Three newcomers are scheduled
to make their first local starts.
Joyero goes in the first race while
Indian Call and Victoria Regina
will make their debut in the se second
cond second race.
Several other interesting races
complete the program.
Yesterday's Results
, THE DIVIDENDS:
First Race
1 Mamiela Pedraza $3.40, 2.40
2 Teddy $3.60
Second Race
1- Colmado $26.20, $6.60
2 Ml Locura $3.00
First Double: $66.00
' Third Race
1 Meiiizo $3.20
2 Bagdad
(No place betting)
Fourth Race
1 Mayrita $3.60, $2.80
2 Golden Wonder $3.80
Quinlela: $9.20
Fifth Race
1 Silver Sun $6.40, $4.80
2 Zla $5.80
One-Two: $27.80
Sixth Race
1 Mondeslr $3.00,. $2.80
2 Coltro $6.60 '
Seventh Race
1 Vernieaux $9.20, $5.60
I
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The
World Famous
GLENN MILLER
ORCHESTRA
COCO SOLO
SUNDAY
NOVEMBER 23 4 p.m.
BALBOA 8:30 p.m.
Reservations
Atlantic
Pacific
36-292
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UNDERWATER
, WARRIOR
With Dan Dalley
Also:
SADDLE THE WIND
with Robert Taylor

Epanlsh program 1

Aqurtlo Tlempos
' Del Cople

With Lilian d Cellis
LA HERIDA
v LCMINOSA
Aftttro de Cordova

Bad Weather
Delays Arrival
Of CV Yankees

Only one Carta Vieja Yankee
ballplayer, iniielder Gair Allie,
reached Tocumeit airport yester
day afternoon, because of bad fly
ing conditions in Miami.
Manager Billy Shantz and ten
others were rescheduled to arrive
on the Isthmus late last night.
The players had been original
ly expected in Panama yesterday
at 2 p.m.
Racetrack Tips
By CON R ADO
1 Vildivin. Jp
2 Victoria Rgim
3 Juli
4 Pancho Loptz
5 Eng arioso
Tht Gipsy
Venganza
6 Rominctro
9 Don Lucho
I" Informal
11 Nogal no
Don Cirilo
Dona Linda
Noticion
Titita
Chito
Picudo
Riotous (t)
Alpina
Pan Tost a do
Embassy ()
King
OFFER BROWN $50,0V0
MILAN, Italy (UPI) World
lightweight champion Joe Brown
of New Orleans has been offered
$50,000 to defend his crown
.against European titleholder Dui Dui-lio
lio Dui-lio Ioi of Italy. Brown was de defeated
feated defeated by Johnny Busso in a non non-title
title non-title bout Wednesday night in
Miami Beach, Fla.
2 Del Vecino $7.00
Second Double; $20.40
Eighth Race
1 Blanquita $10.60t $10.20
2 Black Bee $7.40
Quinlela: $35.40
Ninth Race
1 Ionia's Pet $16.20, $4.00
2 Charicleia $3.00
One-Two: $54.20
Tenth Race
1 Playbov $3.40. $2.80
2 Cervecero $5.60
Eleventh Race
1 Tatin $4.00
2 Brote
(No place betting)
Service Center Theatres
T OD AY
BALBOA 1:45, 4:00, 6:15, 8:30
"A NICE LITTLE. BANK
(That Should Be Robbed)
Tom Ewell Mickey, Rooney
Added:
"THEODORE ROOSEVELT,
AMERICAN"
Plus: Special Appearance
8:30 only!
S.P.B.S Q.S.A.
Barber Shop Singing of Songs
Of the ROOSEVELT ERA
COCO SOLO :30 7:00
Frank Sinatra Tony Curtis
"KINGS GO FORTH
DIABLO HTS. 2:30 7:00
Glna Lollobrlglda
Vlttorlo Gassman
"Beautiful Bat Dangerous"
in Color;
GAMBOA 7:00
Dan Dailev Claire Kelly
I'UNPERWATER WARRIOR"
In ClnemftRcorje!
GATUN 2:30 7;
Alan Ladd in
"THE DEEP SIX"
00
MARGARITA 2:30 7:00
William Holden;
Alec Guinness
"THE BRIDGE ON THE
RIVER KWAI"
In Cinemascope & Color?
PARAISO 7:00
"TEAHOUSE OF THE
AUGUST MOON"
in Cinemascope & Color!
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
"KING RICHARD AND
THE CRUSADERS"
in ) CinamScftpe ii Colorl
CAMP BIERD 7:00 p.m. only
Special Appearance or the
"ARPEGGIO GLEE CLUB"
Singing Songs of the
Theodore Roosevelt Era
And on The Screen:
Elvis Presley in
"JAILHOUSE ROCK"
lrh Cinemascope I
1 Coming Novembet. 23r4.
The Glenn Miller Orchestra
BALBOA COCO SOLO
TODAY ENCANTO 35 201
Joel McCrea in
"FORT MASSACRE"
in Cinemascope & Color!
Robert MItchum in
"THUNDER ROAD"
35c.
20c.
KINGS GO FORTH
with Tony Curtis
Also:
LOne Ranger ft Lost
City of Gold
, with Clayton Moore

Rate

9.9. Nmm Jotkey St,

1st Race "Special" Im I Fostpurie 150.00 'm Pool cioMfr-lil

la Raco od
1 Joyero
A Alfaro 112
F. Alvarez 106
3. Talav. 105
A. Ycait 112
O. Bravo 110
A. Vasquez 113
8 Don Cirila
I 3-Valdina Jee,
4 Argosy itoyai
5 alancha
6 Granadero
2nd Raca "Sptcial"
1 Pepin B Baeza 110
2 Platano J. Talavera 105
3 Indian Call J. SamamegollZ
4 V. Reeina R. Cnstian 112
5 Dona Linda F. Alvarez 108
6 Voltage F. Justiniani lOOx
7 La Fama G. Milord 109x
Zutphen A. Vasquez 113
9 Bathina E. Dario 103
3rd Race "F" Nativos t

. Fgs.Purso J37S.00
ONE TWO

1 Identica H. Ruiz 107
2 Noticion B. Baeza 107
3 Julie G. Milord llfcx
4 Mr. Jack A. Vasquez 115
5 Victoria A. Alfaro 112
4th Raca "A y B" NaKvas

7 Fgs. Purse $500.00
QU1NIELA

1 Pancho Lopez B. Baeza 110
2 Ciria G. Sanchez 108
3 Argyla E. Dario 104
4 Frijolito A. Credidio 103
5 Titita A. Vasquez 115
6 Tanara G. Milord lOOx
5th Rac "C y D" Nativos 7 Fgs.
1 Bosilongo
2 apa
3 Daniel
4 Chito
5 Engafioso
,6 Domitila
7-Dr. Bill
R. Cristian 108
F. Justiniani 108
A. Gonzalez 103
J. Talavera 105
B. Baeza 112
J.
Rodriguez 110
A. Alfaro 118
ath Race 6th Series Imp.i Fgs.
1st RACE OF
1 The Gipsy R. Cristian 115
2 CvDress Bull M. Hurley 115
3 Ornamental S. G. Milord 108x
4 Baranoa A. Alfaro 107
5 Clarucha J. Talavera 106
6 Recife B. Baeza 108
7 Ben My Chree S. Carv. 107
8 Picudo R. Cristian 112
9 Fudge Girl J. Ulloa 115

7th Raca 4th Sorioa Imo. t Fgs.Purso 1640.00

Second Raco
1 Venganza B. Baeza 112
2 Julio Verne v L. Tunon 104x
3 English W; vk. Vasquez 115
4 E1 AgheUa v tr-Sanchei: 109x
5 Germanio J.. Phillip 115
6 M,anandoagua G. Sanchez 112
7 Riotous G. Milord U2x
8 Matriculado F. Justiniani 102x

Hi Race 5th Series Imp." Fgs.Purso $1000

"Handicap Villa do Los Santos"
QUINIELA
1 Mouche A. Vasquez 110 Returns in good shape
2 Geyser G. Milord 107x Was good in Chile 5-1
3 Romancero B. Baeza 108 Seems best here
4 Fieltro F.' Sanchez lOOx Sharpened fpr payoff
5 Alpina J. Talavera 110 No. 1 contender
6 Chacotero F. Alvarez 108 Better this week

9th Rake 4th Series Imp.
I Fgs.
ONE
1 Aloaraz
2 Behader
3 Pan Tostado
4 Carcaman
5 E. Mary
6 Horacio
7 Don Lucho
A. Icaza 115
E. Dario 108
F. Alvarez 115
' J. Ulloa, 108
F. Justiniani, 102x
G. Sanchez 113
B. Baeza 113
10th Race 1st SerUs Imp. 7, Fgs.
1 Informal
2 Lobo
3 Melendez
4 Bacancito
5 Embassy
6 Gramilla
J. Ulloa 118
J. Talavera 103
B. Baeza 106
G. Milord 112x
F. Alvarez 116
F. Sanchez lOOx
11th Race 5th Sorlo Imp. I Fgs.
1 Nogalino B. Baeza 108
2 Latino H. Ruiz 105
3 Colifato A. Alfaro 118
4 King F. Hidalgo 112
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Entries

' Cmmt''$.;l
ttM Doublo
: I i
Makei i local debut if
Ran well In last 's'tyti
Could make it bereV
Mutuela favorite''
Depends on atar
Geu test' here ; V v
41
5-2
3-2
in.l
'
5-2

Imp. 5 Fg.PruM M.0O Pool Clows 1:30
9nd Raca af tha Doubla

Chance in mud only
Hasnt shown much
5-1
30-1
Wouia pay pa
251
Has good rating v V: 1
3-2
.5-2
Distance to liking.,;
Nothing to recommend
Hard to beat here r
Reportedly; imprbvea ;
Poor recent, races v
50-1
3-2
10-1
25-1
Peel Closet 2:0
Distance too far
In fight to" finish
Form indicates
Back in' top from
Could go all the way
15-1
3-2
7-5
2-1
3 i
Poor Closes 2:30
Hard, battle on hands
Could score again
Not against these
Rates good chance
Mutuels favorite
Last doesn't count
21
4-1
15-1
4-1
3-2
52
Purse 1425.00 Pool Closes 3:00
Would pay nice price
Early pacesetter t
Not good enough
In fight to finish
Hard to beat here
4-1
10-1
15-1
2-1
85
2-1
85
Distance handicaps
Dangerous contender
Purse $400.00
Pool Closes 3:40
THE DOUBLE
Should score here
Back in best form
2-1
3 i
Not against these
Usually disappoints
Could be upsetter
Ran well in last
Early speed only
25-1
lo-l
4-1
10-1
Could make, it now
5-2
In new hands
10-1
Pool Closes 4:10
of the Double
Distance to liking
Good early speed
Hard to beat here
- Last doesn't count
Bad trailer recently
Showing improvement
Was never better
Not good enough V
' 8-1
v 21
5-1
, no-i
'EVEN
EVEN
EVEN
Pool Closes 4:40
3-1
5-1
EVEN
101
2-J.
5-2
Purse $600.00
TWO
pmi ruua i. it
- -
Returns from layoff
Poor recent races
In fight to finish
Rates good chance
Doesn't seem likely
Must improve plenty
Jockey makes difference
4-1
30-1
5-2 1
3-1 1
10-1 1
41
2-1
Purse J1000
Pool Cleats 5:40
Usually beats these
Early speed only
Jockey may help
Ran well in last
Should be runnerup
Good early foot
4-8
10-1
3-1
41
5-2
5-2
P.urse $500.0 Pool Closes
Bad legs hamper
Early speed only
Distance to liking
Form indicates
5-2
251
85
8-5
AGENTS I

BALBOA MIXED LEAGUE
Teams
Pabst Blue Ribbon 24 12

2-llTurco Product! -v zi u

Grecha Music, zi
Camel-Wipston-Salem E i j ; vzi w
RiivH Brothers Ins.s 20 l
IT --7. ..'.'.Si MA
Dillon- Hickman un. ,
Tdpal Bread 1 1
Canada Dry
Bass Shoes
Paper Mate Pen Pen-Pascual
Pascual Pen-Pascual Cookies.
Ebonites v. ;
19 ,17
18 18
14 22
11 25
8 28
Men Nlc
kisher 176, Rudy 189," Bieber lo5
(Ladies) Rudy 154 Metzger ISO,
Smith-Glud 7.
PabsV Blue Ribbwi Boor $
Turco Products. 1
The number one and two teams
clashed,, and when the issue was
settledK Pabst Blue Ribbott Suds,
improved their. number ; one posi position.
tion. position. Their opponents, Tureo Prod Products
ucts Products had to be satisfied with shar sharing
ing sharing second ; place with two other
quintets. In the first act the Tur-
cos,' momentarUy tied wr urei
tlace in winning by l3 pins.
mm Fansi Blue niDDons'' nu me
diately recovered the lost ground
by spilling 49 more pins man ine
Turcos.' Blackie Miller's 205 con
tributed a great deal to tne recov-
ery: jn tne ever imporwini iav
game, the iTirco suiians zeu apari
at the seams, and took it on the
proverbial chin by 101 stick and
with that -wen ne exra pom.
The Blue Ribbon badge ti qua
litv was Dinned on Blackie Mil
ler's 536 scratch,; and 584 handi handi-cao.
cao. handi-cao. The two queens in the
PaW'a rank : shared the glory.
Minni Carter and Lena Burchett
with Identical: totals of 512 handi
ran Dee Carter not to be outdone
by the Missus collared 525 handi handicap.
cap. handicap. Ed Haynes returning to Es Es-tados
tados Es-tados Unidos. bowed out of the
league with a 514 handicaps, to be
the sultan in tne xurco s inoe.,
Paper Mate Pont 3
Grecha' Music Store 1
Seventv-one pins in the handi-
can kittv lor tne raoer mhih
Pens caused plenty, of discord in
the Grechi MuS c StoteMne mu
Uicians were in harmony when
they phfyed wimung' score ,at
the becmnme. However. m ine
next round. the Paper Mate -Twm
Sweetheart" Pena Denned in the
winnine mareih. They reoeatoa
their good fortune in the last and
The whole shebang of Paper
Mates went over the 500 handicap
barrier; Tex Ritter 521r Carmen
Flores 518, Ernie Wolitarky 503,
Joan Dauphin 525 and huh by
Hank one Pin more. The Rudy's
were the only Music makers. Vi
topping Don. 53&,to 503 nanaicap
sets. t
. Dillon Hickman 2
Camoh Winston Salem 2
On the magic lanes, nine and
ten at Balboa the pinfall was
hari ; and ahnuldera, nvef all th
nTnpp mllinff 1O03.
This safeeuafded their TP cred
it," because in the exit game both
teams battled tooth and nail with
Camel-Winstons-Salems prevailing
by 16 pins. The tri-name smokers
boasted two 500 scratch series,
Lindv Lindenberff 523 and Jess
Pate 541. jess naa a eza nanaicap
and Lindy 589. Ann Hill joined the
duo with 517 handicap. The whole
work crew of Dillon Hickman
1 i . i
weni over .ine aw nanaicap, uu
one went into that figure of
1 scratch variety. Lee Uontz 506
scratch and 554 handicap. Shirley
Cavanaush 557. Glenn McNall 51,
Trudi Garni 510 and, Bob Carlin
572. -
Pa(t Ideal Broad 3
. Bovd Brothers Insurance 1
In a nip and tuck ruckus. the
WnvH Rrnthera rarlced im -' the
first Came 'into the win -column
by ten pins. Ideal Bread battered
tne mattes to break: tnrouKtt as
winners by 17 pins in the second
episode. The Breads repeated tne
winninir reolne and did not loaf
in taking the last game by 12 and
TP by 29. isari Freund with -ne
assistance of Doris Barnes were
the standouts for Ideal with 548
and -537 handicap For the de
funct policy writers of Boyd
Brothers had one dividend collec
tor in the form of Paul; Karsf s
530 handicap. 1
Canada Dry Hl-Spor 1
Ebonite 1
With Burt De Veau of the Ebo
nite "bailers" out bowling all ? of
the Canada Dry quintets we cell
ar dweuers took in. tne- entry
came. Of course the small mat
ter of 97 pins handicap helped the
UDonites. nut aner tnat miuai
effort, the 97 pins and nada sar
ed the Ebonite, because the Can
ada Dry lashed in the last : plac
ers ana trounced them unmerci
fully. Outside of Burt DeVeau's
handicap, the Ebonites .bad :
thing to display.
For tne Canada Dry. it was one

big guy and one little fellow that

were the stars. Big Bruce Hass-

ler hustled 503 scratch and 536
handicap; whereas : shorty Manny

Fernandez had a 550 handicap,
with a "200" game thrown in.,
Bast Shoot 2
Pascual Cookies 2
'With both teams about equal,

the handicap business, the Bass
Shoes and Pacual Cookies had

themselves a rumpuss. The Bass

Zaoatos zoomed out in front ;-
the curtain raiser. It was then
Pascual Cookies turn to retaliate
which they -did ; with vengeance:
128 Dins to be exact. In the a dis
missal game, the. Bass shoes:

shot

out in front by three stricks,
could not overcome the big- den

clt to get the TP, so an even split
was declared. '
Bob Blaney was the host with

the most for tha Pascual, with
handicao. Roll Dietrich: and
Bieber -taeeed along -with

Bob

with 528 and 527. Another cookie,

Mim Smith stamped out' a -528
For the Bass, best was Elsi Kia

-, i Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

Football
PrrrtBUJtGH," Nov! 8 (UPI-
Pitt out-rallied Notre Dame in the
final period today for a 29-26. vie
tory in a battle, in which the rivals
pulled out all, stops before-, a sell sellout
out sellout crowd: of 58,000 at Pitt Stad Stadium.
ium. Stadium. -,r. t-
ANN ARBdR,' Mich.; Nov.- 8 -Ail-American
candidate- Rich Kreit-
ling grabbed ; three touchdown
passes today from. s o oho m or e
quarterbacks, including one of 83
yaras,-ito;'give 'Uunois a 21-8 tr-
umpn over JUicbigamindarkr "rai "rainy
ny "rainy weathet,'.. jc
The i six-foot.' two- inch v ,-hmlnr
uanxer ouset Micmgan s' ball-con
trol game 4 with quick thrusts be
fore- rain -fell heavily m the. sec
ona naif-and play, on, both ides
rmreaoaown. : '
BOSfON:f Nov. 8. fUPIl Ouart-
erback "Don Allard set a point-a-minute
Jiaee today,- s c o r i n g'28
points wnne directing Boston 'Col
lege to'a 400 victory -over Detroit.
Charlottesville; va.r' Nov.
(UPI)tw North' Carolina sent
four waves of; bowl-expectant Tar
neeia,,pacec py ;me passmg 01
quarterbacks '-Jack, Cummmgs and
lienry uements, rohing over out outclassed
classed outclassed Virginia 42) today for its
sixtn win in- a row. i
UBERTINAV" -
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Nov. 8
(UPIh Pennsylvania sootted
Yale a first quarter'-, touchdown,
then struck back with 'a devastat
ing ground attack to overwhelm
the hapless Elis, 30-6, today in
Yale BowL -
MflNNEAPOJUS. Minn Nov.. S
(JJPI)"Mowa, the' nation's No. 1
football team, crushed winless
Minnesota 28-6 before 64 485 fans
in Memorial Stadium today for the
Hawkeyes'y 5th Big Ten victory.
WillieFleming and Randy Duncan
paced, .the 'Hawkeye? to the one onesided
sided onesided win. ,,' i
PRINCENTON. NJNov. 8
(UPI) Princeton's Ivy League
champions knocked Harvard out
of the title race- today by .battling
from behind for a 16-14 victory on
a nair -or first-half tnuchdnwn
drives led by alternating tailbacks
uugn ticott ana Jonnny suuiran
before a, crowd of 35,000. :
MADISON. Wis.. Nov. JfUPl
Wisconsin won a battle k of
breaks, onverting' two e n e m ?
iumDies into a touendown and
field goglito, blast Northwestern,
17.13, ano ena ootn Big Ten title
ana Rose Bowl Hopes for the up
start wuacats. -j
J i V
which was 17 better than her
spouse Claus. Betty McGuire heln-
ea tne winning cause- witn ooa,
one more, than Jim Catron..

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iuu& imo a uuuo. .master,1 lurnea
m a series of beautiful run that
included- a 54 v yard .touchdow"i
jaunty to lead the Georgia ;'-TecaV-;
leuuw jacseis to a i5M victory'
over the Clemsoq .Tigers "before
45,000 here today. . - '-
LYNCHBURG. Va.l -Nov. 'lj
(UPI) Stubborn Lehigh caught
Virginia Military kInstUute with
its offense down todav -and hM
the' undefeated Xeydets to 1 a .7-T,
deadlock,, their second of tha sea-"'
son and third in 18 games without
PROVIDENCE. rt 3 TiW VI
(UPDQuarterback Frank Vinnpv'.
passed for two: touchdowns- today
w reau JDiuwa.io a 1-0 upset Witt
over Cornell before" 15.500
Brown. Stadium. r, ; :
HANOVER:' N. h' Nov.h cfnT
-Dartmouth's -football team out
classes ooiumbia here today 38-0
to move into a tie with CnrnoU,
and Princeton for th TvvTj.om,-'
lead.
A crowd of 9.000 watched Dart:
mouth's touch defense ; hold ; Cn.
lumbia at bay all day whilo. th
Green Bracks, paced my Junior Junior-halfback
halfback Junior-halfback -Jake Crouthmel of Pann Pann-Perkaisie,
Perkaisie, Pann-Perkaisie, Penn.. roFed to' 1 five
touchdowns for their highest scor.
ing total in Bob Blackman'ir four-.
year coacmnk regime andli Dart"
mouth. j
LAWRENCE. Kan.. Nov r,v-
(UPI) -Halfback Homer Floyd'
playing, his last home came fcifr
Kansas, used his speed and power.
to score two touchdowns today and.
Jead Kansas to a 29-7 Victorv

'BsuJfsnM

over-Nebraska. ',
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Nebraska, losing' by. Its" bilgesi
margin in this 68-game Series,
was in the game until tbe final
period when the Jayhawks opened
up or long runs. ,y
j i ji
' IBALTIMORE, Md., Nov., I
(UPI) Navy, propelled by- a
lethal pass attack after early fail,
ures to gain on the ground today today-romped
romped today-romped to a..40-14. win over Alary?
land before a' Memorial, Stadium
crowd of 30,035. .;
' HOUSTON, -Tex., Novf it .(UPI)
Quartirback Joe Caldwelf threw
64-yard touchdown pass ;to, Pet
Dawkins in the last 51 second of
the- game today, to give: wUting
Armv a 14-7 victory over
Rice's upstart Owls.
fThe CadeU suffering' to rth'
humid -degree gulf coast heat,
played to a 7-T deadlock luntfl
Caldwell hit halfback Dawkins on
a last-gasp play.. t. ,

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sichman- with her 522 .handicap,

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By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) It was at

the National football Foundation
and Hail of Fame dinner, that the

old Hawkeye recreated the situa situation.
tion. situation. -J t!-ly-,-.'-

Iowa, had the ball on its 32 with

10 minutes left and a' touchdown

lead over edgy Wisconsin, which

was looking to beat the gun on ev

ery play,, grab the ball and d
something about the score.

On the sideline. Forest Eva-

sbevski looked out at the battle,
turned nd called Bob Jeter, a
swift halfback, from the bench.

They're bunching m so mtfch

think they're set up for a screen

oass." h oointed out. and .Iptr

i 'V" 1 ui. .1 1: n

weni scwiing me nuuuie. itan jou live:
The first thing you knew Jeter I
was rushing into; the flat to takej "In the last two and a half years,

a little flip from; Kandy Duncan) during which time Iowa played ev
and when te headed downf ield ery murderous outfit that could

there .was no 6ne in front of him as! be booked, Evashevski put togeth

er 20 victories while losing only
two and tying two. The two de defeats
feats defeats were three-point decisions t3
Michigan and Ohio State."

be sped 68 'yardf. to a touchdown,

"It's like i his every week,", said
the old Hawkeye. cutting -into his

$50 steak in the Grand Ballroom

at the Astor. MThe Air Force Aca-i

demy ilihebackfefs followed Our Old Hawks preen when they
guard's. The guards pulled out tpi talk of how their football is these

he right, the Air Force linebacfc
ers went Ibat way. So did the pjay.

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The old Hawkeye was really
steamed up now.

"Army beat Notre Dame and it

was practically a national holi holiday."
day." holiday." he sneered. 'Well. we are

better 'than slightly acquainted

with Notre Dame, too. Been play playing
ing playing ihem for a long time and

aren't dropping them from our:

schedule. Between you ana me.

this present Notre Dame team was

over-rated.
"Alter a breather, Army ties
Pit'sbureh. Anybody who saw Pitt

in Minneapolis can tell you that H

was just an ordinary team which

barely beat one of the weakest

Minnesota outfrs you ever saw.
Next poor Army had to face Col

gate; How terrible! And after Rica
comes Villanova. How dangerous

Stilt Wants
Higher Rim
NEW Y0R1T(NEA)4-Wiit Cham Chamberlain
berlain Chamberlain agrees with those basket basketball
ball basketball people who would like to see
ibe baskets raised higher than

the present-10 feet.
Only Wilt the Stilt is not think think-4ng
4ng think-4ng of helping' the shorter fellows.

He s worried aDout niiung ms
head on the basket.
'I cut in and leap for a lay-up,"
th pvpn fnot-Dlus Stilt says.

"and in the middle of it i liave to
remember to duck my head when
I reach the basket. I've hit my

head often against the rim, :t
hurts."

Chamberlain, on tour with the

Harlem Globetrotters, is nursing
a bruised wrist, resulting from

one of his dunk shots. The Stilt

slammed the ball down into (he
basket and whacked his wrist.

zJOCKEY SCORES TRIPLE

PAWTUCKET, R. I. (UPI)

Jockey Ron Fisher scored a triple 1

Thursday at Narragansett Park

He won aboard Blue Hock ($8.oM

in the second,- Recipe ($33,801 iag."

the third and Cnss M. (J1T3

in the sixtk.

ia against wortnwesiern, fcva-

shevski set .it, differently. He put

in a sequence where the guards

pulled, one way and the play went

me omer. inat. Kepi ine ueiense
honest. That's only one of numer numerous
ous numerous xreasbtWi why everybody out
our way figures him to be the

coach of any year."

The enf re big ten now talks of

Iowa, and this supposedly.' was a
"down" yeaf for (the big, squarely-rigged.
$vasheyski's young con con-feds.
feds. con-feds. But hbw in the middle west
the buffs snicker when they read
of Army Auburn, Louisiana State,

jMississitipi, jrjusuurgu anu, paiu-
cularly, Oklahoma.

Oklahoma scores 47 points a-

gainst West- Virginia, 43 against

Kansas and 40 against cousin Kan

sas State, and it is ranked sev

enth," stressed, the old Hawkeye.

AH Iowa -does; is open against

Texas Christian and then take on
the Air Force Academy. Indiana
out of the, way, U Iowa has left

is Wiscons'n, Northwestern, Mi

chigan- Minnesota, Ohio State aid

No're Dame on succeeding Satur Saturdays,
days, Saturdays, "But you don't hear too much a-

Doutj us .nationally because we
Insist dh p'ay'ng in the dinky

Western Conference, instead of
?eally going in for a man-killing

caeauie. wne xmy( ior exam

ple."

days. If seems implausible that
only eight years ago the school
was thinking of dropping from the
B g Ten and its players were think
ing of, dropping from sight after a

visit to Columbus, O.
On that infamous afternoon, Vic
Janowicz of Ohio State ran wild
and at halftime Iowa trailed, 55 0.
By the time v. was finished, Iowa

had lost, 83 21.
But Evanshevski, in six years,
picked up Iowa to a point where
in many parts of the m dwest they
insist it is the strongest foo'ball
power in the nation, f'nally rated
number one in one national poll
and number two in the other.
L is a smallish starting unit,
revolving around Duncan's pass
ing to speedster halfbacks Kevin
Furlong and Ray Jauch and a big
229-pound end, Curt Merz. Gary
Grouwinkel, 200 pound guard, is
the top lineman but the strongest
man on the team probably is Don
Horn, the fireplug who passes as
a fullback.
Small, .but as the old Hawkeye
concluded, they'd like (o see Ar Army
my Army or Oklahoma come out and
spend an afternoon.

Sports Briefs

UNDERGOES SURGERY
PHILADELPHIA (UPD Neil
Johnston, Philadelphia Warriors'

scoring and renouna ace, naa
part of the cartilage removed
from his left knee Wednesday.
He will be oubof action fox about

six weeks.

WINS THREE LONGSHOTS
CAMDEN, N. J. (UPI) Jockey
Walter Blum booted, home three
longshots at Garden State Park
Wednesday. Blum opened his tri.
pie aboard Uncle Ev f $20.40) in
the second race, scored with
Hooser Honey ($21.80) in the
fourth and Sonny Dan ($24.40) in
the sixth.

$105,000 FOR HORSE
HARRISBURG, Pa. (UPI) An
owner syndicate headed by Stan

ley Dancer paid a record $105,000
Thursday for Dancer Hanover a
yearling colt. The syndicate out outbid
bid outbid the nearest competitor by
$4,000.

NAME SWIMMING COACH
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (UPI)
Yale University has named Philip
E. Moriarty to succeed Robert
Kiphuth as varsity swimming
coach. Moriarty will take over
when Kiphuth retires June 30,
1959.

ON INJURED LIST
GREEN BAY, Wis. (UPI)-The
Green Bay Packers have placed
end. Gary Knafelo. on the injured
reserve 1 list for the rest of the
season. Knafelo will undergo surr
gery- fht" a" pinched Cartilage in
his right knee that "'should make
him ready for next season."

: "4

(TRAMPS "i- Tot))"The Fort Clayton teenagers, after losintt their first game of the Panama Area Armed Forces Teenage Basket

ball'Leagfue, won 18vof their ext 19 game&ito rif&,away vwith the '58 championship under the able coaching of sp8 Clarence
BwaB'sOn' Of Fort Clayton. First rowy left taught: Victor Alers, Ge6rge silvas, Don Egan, Pete Ortiz; Bert Rogers, Tom Egan,
BUd Satcheldor and Joe Arreguin, Second row, left ."to right: Bill Fields, Gary Ness, David Adams, Coach Swanson, Mike
Lowry;:Darryv Bergere',' John" Hunter and' Dick .Ness. (Bottom) members of. the Fort Clayton cheerleader's squad were: First,
row,' Junie Ahr and Mike Ness. Second, row, left to tight: Karen Ly tie, VickJ Hill, Juth Bennett, Jackie King, Judy Laming,.
Barbara. Ahr and Susan Ness. O ,".;; (UJS. Army Photo).

IFF--

i

Jp'E r'WILXMMS",'

9

seen the fight!.' k wing && i Uy andrtogejhef'.'they
on'r 'imilinn. with. tlu pir-. hort .Vnmit. a ItifidFviavA-nA -iunv

thex.had Jostle richest jtrtl in
boxing .whABrit sselned as jf they

i r i turwt uiiiuMvvt wr wwiaAk iivt

iyTshTstUL .stfiklMv: iianasome.

left hfloK to. the jaw that Jient Joei actually seemed, ,to vlook back on

)tt yoiCjftfart seien the fight;' it wing- li
yJu weTenJ; familiar' with the cir-.had-cpjD

cum stances, iuy t;onos uooen
atoterae.at., ,:fhe'vgreatest panch
tveijMi4ed4:oste the heaVy
weighrxhamtionshjp' .wffuljl
have ett yudazed. and dizzy..

Jin; punoL was a. suiup, awui
lrft HflRlS 10. the law that sent Joe'

TjOuiJirfle, jeJlieymirAicryOT al disnfal-denouncemeht in the

-SkiaiKQW usn imb uro cui
round ; their irst fight: In the

llth Conn had also ntfped a right

tof Ihf -Browtt Bomber's fiddle
thkt tfiade hint gasp and, followed
with stiff left ta.theifead that
Itaggered- him.
,-4K. Hi : ..'
Jow.'liMjntf in th corner wait waiting
ing waiting forhe- Jell for round -13,
Conn, a af --desperado wih a

choir bojCmiea, blandly -informed.
Vim miniosE'r Mnrn Bm: ...,

ft go Bom after thia rouwM

pal, Uh guy my pigeon, 4 m go

. They enf." home after .the

round alL tight JjuL. without thje
pigeon; When. Conn. Pwhose bril bril-liant
liant bril-liant bbxmgTiad earned r him. r -he
last six! rounds, and put himu out

ini front, switched-to, slugging, -he
played right Unld Louis' hands (
one of which ;s. -was s 'crasMiiH

right'haad'Uppejrcut whfcljralmost

beneaaeci :ine .Twid"' young r Irish
nm f'Ml, ;':,.'-! -,''if-..-,-i.V',,";,i:.v.,

. lJtjBfally,'X!eoni' .hadn't known
what hit himx:Back; lrt th,-dres
log room, her asked R8yV!?'Did
the referee ftop-lhe-; light? Told
he! had; 'been knocked om, te
fought-, faiiay. to. restrtjiu 'tBarf,rji:

rTightera jdpn'C-r,'; snapped

in th 12tlf snirlt. ,nf nrsntiral C 1nlci whrt

rr,.-v '.1.. 7r v f r ri, k

naa Deen augni inuie acp.,- e

was posting a, dinner party, in the
New Arena. Pittsburgh's swank
downtown nitery .and. among ;, tit
guests was Frank Leahy, in his

day a, colossus in college football.

wardJy. ;Emotiobly,'h had prob
ably suffered more than bts
fightWV BiUy iA come under his
i. n ,l4'f-,' fc tnw.4ff,(;4. Jw

It'MIM

it.

'Past the 4aH:"
i A Yiaitrntf sports -columnist 1 re

minded Conn of em tniuht :.;fni St

LoUisshoftly- after .the ,beginning
of Worjd AVa p H when the, two had
got together and. refought,, the
fight. ftd.4haVBilly. 'now t uni

form, had given -.somewhat difi'
ferent, yersion'Of his' thwarted am am-feit&uM
feit&uM am-feit&uM rf a version the. columnist

much "preferred. ( n

SConn ,flu$he&,,1 lifted', tastrain tastrain-ing
ing tastrain-ing jjandr'but it was too late.: Mrs,

(.onn, suit a-oimg ami: luyeiy, jook,

tt maugn. a tmotneFos.fourrj7 m
listed onthec4detaU.S v!rf

"fyou'U bee :.3forry,phe ; -w

warned. "Yott see, it was on acii

count of you he-lost the champion
thin.'S''.'iw;!;'5n'I ;' 2.

J r'Wflil,:Bo ahead?nd teU ihet,'
.Irrtorposea Billy; hi, footwork ( as
adroit ar ever. "I was just,, trying
tttTglte,' youa good ratory that's
II U. .-. '...j V.i,.....'- .-, ..

Ray, who jhimsi

Jtnew it ai tne time' dui uonn w
getting married the next day ji
Atlantic Ctty. andjthin- is thf way

his Story wenL v." When 1 waU waU-ed
ed waU-ed down' the board walk with my
bride r- didnt want" people mere

ly to aay 'there'! Conn; he j beat

OLD NEW MEMBERS Holding photographs- of thern 11 j j
their playmgidaya are the six living new members' of the' ,1

Football Hall ofi rame iiney are, lert to ngnt,,narry A-yi
Young, Washington and te;; Frank (Dutch) Schwab; Juafay Juafay-ett;
ett; Juafay-ett; Harry. Ktpke, Michigan; Harry Stuhldrehetf, Notre Dame;
Francis (Pug) iund, Minnesota; Marshall Qoldbergi Pittsburgh;

Mary Louif Conn, lookfed if her

incorrigibly sudaqlpus ..spouse, .with
amugemen tan' daffection,' sigh sighed,
ed, sighed, and the turned-. to Frank Lea

ayr "rwin pass tn&.saiv,7,sne
murmured. Hl;

The first was a thriller, the. sec-

nnri a ahrufl., ; Both battles .- are

touchet upon in Lester Bromberg's

enfFaiindly informal : history ol

, . ... ... 1 1 1 .... j

l.ouis. i wnieat mpin 10 r r j Diue-nooun Tinj atuvuy, enduing
there's the guy who knocki?, amusement and j affection,, aigh

Here .all-the champions boxing
has known pass In review against
a background of, painstaking re
search, sound eritical values and
vibran$ descrfptivjbs. 'This :is at
one'e a fact-filled reference' book
and a lively biography;

The book reaffirms, Bromberg's

Louis and. Conn fought twiciJ position as an outstanding author

i1v nnrf nmffl.ntalnp 'lw ih ficiM

of boxing, and the f least surprise

jng thing about, "World' Champs"
is its uniforrtlcf aftsv rip and
accuracy. Get- a cony- and you'll

find that for, once .the Old Colonel

called it ngnu.

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Resorts

FOR HINT: Cabin business, bar
and restaurant it Riomir, San
Carles. Ttl 3-6413. 3-1 147 or
3-6095.
PHILLIPS Oeeansiae Cottages
Santa Clara "fj 'V
name 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
Houses
FOR MNT: Attractive house in
Campo Alegre. fully furnished,
large garden and swimming pool,
available and of November to and
of January. Phone Panama 3 3-6371.
6371. 3-6371. FOR RENT: Comfortable home,
(our bedrooms, two baths, fine
residential area. Call telephones
3.1743 or 2-2267, Panama.
""ommercial Sites
FOR RENT: Modern spaces for
offices, stores, warehouses, im immediately
mediately immediately new Rail Road Station.
"Q" Street, Tel. 3-6940.
ANNOUNCES SPACE FLIGHTS
LONDON (UPI)-P. F. Yudin,
Soviet ambassador to Communist
China, said Thursday "the Soviet
nninn is now DreDarine flights to
mr nianpts." Yudin did not
r
elaborate.
Help Your Piles
Don't suffer from painful, Itching Itching-Piles
Piles Itching-Piles another hour without trying
Chimroid. Upon application Chinaroid
starts curbing- Pile miseries 3 ways: 1.
Eases pain and Itching. 2. Helps shrink
sore, swollen tissues. 3. Helps nature
heal Irritated membranes and allay Pil
Kervousness. Ask your Druggist for
Chinaroid today.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama, 2-0552
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES TJP TO 36 Mo.
n new ears
AGENCY DEHL1NGER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
8 DAT
LIMA TOUR
Inc. air fare, transfers, tours,
and delays hotel
$180
leave evey ,Tues. and FrL
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. I'anama 2-1661
the first and only
transistor
SPEED LIGHT
no more burned out tubes
cuaranteed for life
work on flashlight batteries
ancle of 7o
only $27.50
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
The New
NIKON
With built-in Universal
Viewfinder System
hi. HWMJIi,
Panami fpA&n
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Join the new prts parade enjoy yourself on
week-ends and holidays, tourini the country In a new,
wonderful LAMERETTA scooter. We have 4 different
models In flock. Special C.Z. prices. We have servicing
and parta. Cur your LAMBRETTA today!
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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 on Via Espana 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 Tl-132,
4th of July Avenue or phone
Hopkins, Balboa 2966. Also
space on 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.
small furnished apartment for a
couple. Via Porras, 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, screened. Apply 47 Street
No. 17. upstairs. Tel 3-1551.
TOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, one bedroom. Private
entrance, light and rock fas.
114 Via Belisario Porras.
FOR RENT: Furnished two
bedroom apartment. Tel. 2-2819
3-6499.
Vending Machines
Gross For Sales
Over $2 Billion
NEW YORK (UPI) A re
ailing revolution no underway
threatens to make store ciems as
rare as dodo birds.
Todav. vending machines are
gulping down more than two bil
lion dollars a year ana dispensing
tons of peanuts, cigarettes, soup,
stockings, books, soft annks, nsn-
mg tackle and even breast ot
pheasant.
A quarter-century ago, vending
machines accounted for only 30
million dollars in sales.
Machines have ehanged radi radically
cally radically over the years. Now it's pos possible
sible possible to get change of a dollar
from these robot salesmen.
Vending machines are found
almost everywhere theaters,
transportation terminals, store,
fronts, gas-stations, recreation
areas and even alohi highways
Factories have Completely auto automatic
matic automatic cafeterias and business of offices
fices offices have silent salesmen dis dispensing,
pensing, dispensing, coffee, cake and ice
cream.
A spokesman for the National
Automatic Merchandising Asso Association
ciation Association estimated that more th?n
80 per cent of the nation's fac factories
tories factories use vending machines in
some form to help feed workers.
More than 20 ner cent use ma machines
chines machines exclusively.
"The future will see more si'1
more industrial cafeterias with
no food touched by human hands."
The NAMA official said a new
machine soon to be in wide use
serves a compete hot meal in
one nackage. The buyer has his
choice of snahetti and mea' halls,
hot dorrs and beans, roast beef and
brussel snouts, or even filet of
flounder with potatoes and vege
table.
TAKE OVER THEATRE
BRUSSELS (UPI) The Belgian
government has decided to take
over the U. S. theatre at the
Brussels World Fair which clod
on Oct. 19, it was announced Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night.
Needed
Immediately
Experienced Secretary
Experienced Accountant
Must be bilingual. Mail Re Resume
sume Resume showing Qualifications,
experience and education and
one recent photograph to:
Apartado 1595
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FARMAC1A VAN PER-JIS Street Mo.
ATHISBealde tbo Sella Vista Theatra
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1953 Pontiac
Chiettian, WS tires, radio, flood
condition. Price $585.00 cash
only. May be seen at Quarry
Hcaghts, 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 Oldsmobil
Super 88, duty paid, good condi condition,
tion, condition, good price. Call 4-1 178.
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.

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around
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The working folks on both sides
of the borcier never had it so
goou. It's tne month of holidays,
and it really pays to be employ employed.
ed. employed. This Flag Day is one that we
are not going to soon lorget. The
tragedy on the Trans Isthmian
hignway is still iresh in our
minds. We recall only too vivid vividly
ly vividly how we joked and sipped with
the late Wally Crawford that day,
not knowing that it would have
been only a matter of hours be
fore the end would have come.
We are still shookup by it all. No
daddy and mommy for five kids,
all under 12 years.
Lester Bailey's home is the site
of the meeting today of the last
ed Alumni Club to discuss mat
ters of vital importance. The ses
sion it was said will get under
way at 3 p.m.
Not missing a bet is the Rio
Mar Boys Social Club, the popu popular
lar popular lads nailed down the Balnea-
rio Balboa in Juan Diaz for their
Old Year's Hop, with the music
al end being in the hands of Wil Willie
lie Willie Moro and his boys.
Invitations are to be distrubt-
ed on a wide seale this week, it
was stated by manager Carlos
Dudley.
birthday congratulations went
out te M ss Emma Wilson, Co.
dric Facey with Ricardo Mit Mitchell
chell Mitchell and Carlyl Edghill in
line for theirs in the course of
the week.
Going stag in the afternoon the
third was deejay Dave Constable,
Panamanian Arabian Clinton
(Brother) D'Amil, who returned
recently from foreign lands with
a mouth full of gems, this col
umnist, Ricardo Griffo, of Ciga-

Butler Says Demos Will Win
Presidency In '60 Elections

WASHINGTON (UPI) Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic National Chairman Paul
M. Butler said yesterday that his
party cannot help but win the
hiie House in I960 if the new
Democratic Congress matches
its "constructive performance" of
the past two years.
Butler also gave a news con conference
ference conference his interpretation of the
Democrats' big victory in Tues Tuesday's
day's Tuesday's election and the reasons
why be thought Republican Nel Nelson
son Nelson A. Rockefeller crushed Dem Democrat
ocrat Democrat Avereh Harriman in the
New York governor's race.
He said Rockefeller's campaign
was srven a big boost by "tre
mendous sums from Republicans
seeking to head off Vice
President Richarri M. iNmon as
ihe 1960. GDP presidential candi
date. He called Rockefeller's elec
tion a "personal rather than
nartv victory."
In this connection, AFL-CIO
President George Meany gave
Rtckefeller a warm endorsement
yesterday but refused to do the
same for Nixon, he replied: "no."
Butler attributed the Tuesday
..lnMInn result tn a voters' r.
volt aeainst President Eisenhow
er's economic policies. He sad
the UUf iosi in idoui is con
orpssinnal districts partly be
cause1 of the President's policy on
such issues as unemployment
and urban-rural improvement.
A Unite! Press International
count showed the Democrats pol
led 54.6 per cent of the vote out
side the South in winning the
Tuedav election. The tsbulatioi
dramatized the Job facing Re
nub' r in lr;i bpfnre
thl
next presidential election
By comparison, noa
Southern

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Home Articles
FOR SALE: Ton alumiaam
blinds for duplex. House 2811,
Apt. I.; Cocoti. Joe H. Goodwin.
Phone Pedro Miguel 4-467.
FOR SALE: Wrought Iron sofa,
3 chairs, wfeam 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 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.
town
TOM
rrillos Panama, Gilberto Perez and
budding radio announcer Isaac ri
gueroa, celebrating the 55th anni-
versay of the motherland at the
N u e v a Gloria, where we saw
the late Wally Crawford, Edmund
Joseph, George, Carlos and. and a
host of the other fellows.
Lookine in at the Kent to see
owner-manager George English
last evening and there sipping in
air-conditioned comfort was news newsmen
men newsmen Leopoldo Moreno, while Wal Wally
ly Wally Chilcott and his boys was hold holding
ing holding forth at the reopened salon
"W."
Over on th Atlantic aid, the"
Health Bureau Club continued to
mak plans far Its first 4nni 4nni-versa
versa 4nni-versa ry observance, ; whlcrf in includes
cludes includes danc at th Strangers
Club, radio program and
church service.
Speaking of radio programs one
will be held on Tuesday, on Rv
dio Guadalupe in honor of the Pa
nama Tribune's 30 years of conti
nuous service to the community.
The program is slated to begin
at 6 p.m. until 6:30.
Tribune's smiling secretary Mrs.
Claudina Mcintosh, said three dc
cades is really a long time, but
the Tribune expects to be around
for several more decades. The
same sentiment seems to be shar
ed by Vic Smith, Red Markham,
Claud Walker and E. G. Headley
Grin and Bear it. . w do en
joy a joke, but because of the tra
gic manner in which our friend
and his spouse lost their lives this
space this week will not be used
for the usual Jesting
Thought for Today: Opinions
founded on prejudice are always
sustained with the greatest vio
lence. Jeffrey.
Democratic candidates for the
House polled on y 47 per cent of
tne vote in tne 1956 election. In
the same year Democratic sen
atorial candidates got about 51
per cent of the vote. Most of the
Senate races were in the South.
Butler, in urging Congress to
maicn us ido-5K record, had no
disagreement with a 12-point leg
islative program outlined by Sen Senate
ate Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon
B. Johnson yesterday in a Big
spring rex., speech
But he said he thought the
Johnson program should be ex
panded. He also voiced hope that
congress would consider new
civil rights legislation, an issue
not mentidied by Johnson
Johnson's program featured leg
islatioo dealing with labor re reforms,
forms, reforms, farm problems, slum
clearance, space exploration, air
port construction, conservation,
and aid for depressed areas.
The AFLCIO Executive Coun
cil also spelled out a proposed
program calling for publi works
loans to cities, aid to depressed
areas, federal aid tor schoool con
struction, free hospital and sur
gical care for social Secutiry ben
eficiaries and federal standards
for increased unemployment com
oensation.
Butler said IS of tlwcongres
glonal districts "in which the Re-
nublicans lost House seals lues
day would have been a'fected by
the Area Redevelopment Bill
which Eisenhower vetoed last
iimmatl .,
He said Republicans also were
i,n.ti'i 'n f "1 distric n where
Rural Electrification cooperatives
were concerned about administra

STREET, PANAMA tlBRERIA WEWO 'il'-jS SPSiS?

Miscellaneous
"V
FOft SALE t Ukt mw-1 Vt Ton J
Air Conditioner.- ) t e i nl 1
week. Oil Michael McCaffwty
J-0I4O,-
FOR JALI: VM Hi-fi; General
Electric vacuum cleaner; mahe mahe-aney
aney mahe-aney double iressor; Kerae
washer; Norflt dryer;. Chrysler
air-conditioner, 1 h. Chrysler
air-conditioner, 'A h.. Coldspot
refrigerator; Ascot vaterheater.
All items in excellent condition.
Call 4-JI7I.
FOR SALE: 1953 JenHet, ex excellent
cellent excellent ahaoe. duty A id, ew
tires and battery, recent over overhaul,
haul, overhaul, aeM teeiins tubes, hydre hydre-matic,
matic, hydre-matic, original upholstery. Must.
b seen to appreciate. Mahogany
dining room set. Dument TV eat.
Call lelbea 4495. H ... ..
CANARIES '
FOR SAtti Australian aara aara-keets
keets aara-keets and canaries of various
colon, moderate trices; Phone i i-6271.
6271. i-6271. 50th street, between '94th
and 95th.
FOR SALE: Ampro tape record recorder,
er, recorder, relatively new, in good con condition.
dition. condition. Phone. 4-59S.
FOR SALE: Hearing aid Zenith
SOX in perfect condition, still
under warranty. Tel 3-5917.
FOR SALE: Tremendous bar bar-'
' bar-' (tin, brand, new Zenitrj 4- speak speaker,
er, speaker, High Fidelity console modfl,
lust arrived, must sacrifice, dud
to change in plans. Cost $350;
will soil for $250. lalbo 1353.
FOR SALE: Record-player ra radio,
dio, radio, (Webster-Chicago, now mo motor)
tor) motor) must self immediately,
6355-B, Los Rios, Balboa 2722.'
FOR SALE: Electric plant, 9
KW, 110220 volts 1 phase.
$350.00; AC generator .1 KW.
1.10 volts 60 cycle 1 phase $30.
Pi h.p. 60 cycle, motor phase-
brand new $60v00. Mahogany
lumber finished; two. aides, -air.
dried five years, T, 2', 4' thick,
random with .20 BFM..T!. Bal
boa, 2-3630. ;
Motorcycles
FOR SALE 1 952 BSA, ; Geld
Star, 500 .. See or call Brooke
Claxten. Tl. Panam 11493
ftr 4:30.-'
Dogs
FOR SALE: Boxers, nly 2 left.
Eight weeks old, A.K.C rogister rogister-er.
er. rogister-er. $60.00. Albrook 2S9-B r
phon 2201.
Lawmakers May Cut
Military Duties
01 Draft-Age Men
WASHINGTON (UPI).: Ar Arithmetic
ithmetic Arithmetic and public opinion may
lead Congress to make xar-reacn
ine chansea next year in the na
tion's draft and reserve training
laws.
Unless the world stituation .takes
a turn for the worse these
chances are likely to be in the
direction of easing the military
service obligation which n o w
hangs over -the heads of millions
between the ages of 18 1-2 and 26.
The draft and reserve laws are
due to expire on June 30, 1959.
This means they will automatical1
ly come up for review soon, after
the new Congress meets in Janu Janu-arv.
arv. Janu-arv. While a simple extension'. of
the present laws is possible, there
are at least two good reasons for
believing that Congress will lavor
substantial revisions.
The first reason is simole antn
metic. which shows that thapopu
lafion of draft-see youths is grow
ing steadly while the manpower
requirements of tne armed xorces
hsv rlplinrl .'
In 1955 when the present flrau
and reserve laws were enacted,
the number of youths reaching the
threshold ace of 18 totalled
bout 1.100.000 a year. i
Now the nostwar baby Doom is
beginning to be reflected in the
latMeen age groups.
Next year, more than 1,200.009
youths will reach the age of ,18V4.
In 1960, 'he figure will rue to l.suo
000. And by 1965, it will jump to
nearly 2,000,000 a" tear.
JAfAN's RESERVES UP.
Tnwn TTPTI Tinsn's tnf.
elan exchange holdings soared-to
$805,000,000 at the end of octpoer,
the hierhest fieure since. February
195T, the Finance Mtrustry, said
Thursday. The ministry predicted
the figure would increase by sso.
000,000 before the end of 1958
tion policy1 to raise interest' rates,
There were nine such districts,
he said, in which urban renewal
programs were held up by lack
of tunas. He sam anomer zt an an-iricts
iricts an-iricts nicked un bv the- Demo
crats would have been affected
br e community. Faculties
loan Bir wmcn aiea in uongress
in the face 6f administration p
nnaition. ""V"-'
Butler also said the GOP f hid
double in 15 'state;:' i "which
there had been a drop' in farm
- income.

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RealEstate
F0R SALE Les 500 sad 1.000
-rnetSrt,'1ii the Niter Hipadrem
' Urbaniiatlpn, across the Ramon
Racetrack. ,AII lots with street
frontsv sewage, water main and
; leefricity. Cat W. Mclarnett.
Soats & Motors
FOR SALE: -Cubie erusler 37
'1.rnxi W, 1" mahogany
' planked hull, Ready to go. Phono
2-1163.
FOR SALE:-1 5' Moulded fiber
(lass boat.. Fully equipped less
motor, $9JJ, Phone Coco Solo
, 519.
Warited Position
Serious, responsible lady, wh
specializes in children's care,
desires tc travel with family as
maid. Any ens Interested pleas
call 2-3734. Aak for Julio Un Underwood.
derwood. Underwood. .
$
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) E
ven. a small degree of protection
against a nuclear blast can spell
tne dmerence between life and
death even near ground zero.
According to' Harry Lake Bow
man, Pean of the Faculty of
Drexel Institute of Technology
and Consultant im Weapon Effects
and Protective Construction for
the Atomic Energy Commission,
mere ls.a rtng round ground ze zero
ro zero where even a little nrofection
wouia neip reauce tne euecf ot an
atomic explosion..
-v.
ffi,CT.hW;'"2
i -r . r
dosage (n lialf, and: the bclow-
grouna basement of a good struc
i?7 m2ll w
factor of a thousand." "-0-
xna iciemist said mucnf wnat
w Knpw toaay about aliener da-
. '. .....
sign, inermai eaecti, wast moiogy
and decontamination was learned
. imii iu ui ,smit
and Nevada. :, n
: ? added: "This knowledge, if
heeded, may save -more lives than

will ever be lost as a jresult of theh.nmmsrr.iai .nt fmm thl

fallout from the. tests currently
being carried on."
I'
Agents Inquiring:
What Kind Oi Guy
s US Tourist!
The
iMt-mifferiti am.ripBn 'tmirirf
aijljtv x vna 1 ui 11 tire
in Europe, looking; only for a ood

ume oui so onen cnucizea as t :: itiK i-i-tArl
W is 0ir.r in h. nut ..nH.rf their whlcn PongreSS i H S 1 S t 6 d

microscope again. ..
:
ine investigation to aetermme
what kind of euv is the Amer-
wan anrpaa wiu ne launcnea ai
thaft 9flrh tiflfiAtial AAnvAiitiAn 1 jrf

aZ iT.Z7ciiZ J Trivri years- Heretofor, a' tarm pro pro-a?
a? pro-a? '2m :-&Jv3t 8rms hmitteri to referendum
Agents, to b held in New York ?ad te be annroved -by -a-two-

NOV. 3-7.
Among the convention's aims
ueyeiupinB usiua uiu. i
analyzing the American wunst
for the benefit of the tiavfel trade
(
ana; uuncn a campaign w neip
fovernment
;overnmem eoucaie uw : irw
er to his ambassadorial responsi
bUities.
According to the travel agents'
Pltrouo half of the 1.500.000 Americ-
l J-- i .a . 1 j i ..j J- into
ans wno ixavciea aurua.a,iu imo
were women housewives, secret
aries, clerks and students About
six per cent of the total were in
the unskiuea labor ciass.s ieacn ieacn-ers,
ers, ieacn-ers, students, merchantls and ea
! .. i ' i -a it. .-t
gineers maae up mosy m "fi
Th sverice American ': toutisi
tpday is young, the tame 'source
rnnrtd one-fourth of them be-
in? between 20 and ,29, years of
About half tne nounsis i usyw
lnne nnK.thirH travel in I. fam
ily groups; the rest with friends
or business associates.-
The tourists spend an average
nt tShh ahrnarl most vOI It in

Brltain, France and ylfaly on mier Nikita
clothes lewerly, watches, petAin front of the Park Avenue man

ffn. Wt.rv and china, silver
ware, nquor, anuques ;an
- -
eras. ; '. ..
T.it "what Wnrl Of a lUJ" mr
imnlM tomt it still
luHes tha experts so they
having another go at trying
find the .answer.
FALSE HOfIS RAISID
BiU Jopling, a' 82-year-old near-
SSferlllTn.
P!!n5iBh. ALriiS!:.
'ILiFt erOn
m" tii ;-i.,-4'r.u win.
S 'f,"1.;
kilib i ,. h,m mnnnn:
The 6 cents was a rebate.

Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A". DIABLO
BOX 1 21 1. CRISTOBAL, CZ.
- PHONE BALBOAJ709
NURSERY SCHOOL.' Hons S75.
Morgan Avenue, Balboa. Trans-
portation provided, call Balbo
1214. v ? --!
Lady, do yon need oxpert
t dreesmakat r a person "good at
altering karmonts? Call Curun Curun-duTel,
duTel, Curun-duTel, 129,3 v,
WANTED
1953, 54, or 55 Ford, Chevrolet
r-Plymouth passenger car' or
station '.wagon. Good conditio.
Cash. Phono 2-1 767 Balboa,
after 5:00 p.n. phon 6-114
Gamboa.
WANTED TO BUY: 1950 to to-1953
1953 to-1953 Chevrolet, cheap but cash.
Phon 2-0740, Mr. Duu.tU?
"WANTED: Ji. 11953, 54 r 55
Ford, Chevrolet or Plymouth pas passenger
senger passenger car or station wagon.
Good -condition. Cash. Phono 2
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US Farmers To Vote On Merits
Of Govt. Price Support Program

WASHINGTON (UPI)-Farm'ers
in the major corn growing sec sections
tions sections .will decide Nov,-25 between
the merits of a government price
support program born -in the new
deal days of FDR, vand plan'
backed by Secretary? of Agncui-
I T.llrP 1 ATI HRnSOtliS !v -i
l' iStteiial. referehrjuri will
The choices:
Proposition No. 1 End acre
ago allotmenta in-the commerical
tornntdducinr area and mtk srU
ri-. nrod,r iiffibl; for uric
lunn0rti at 90 ner cnt of the
,ver,ge com price of the past
Uw. ht n i.. thn hk
Der cent of naruy. rnis is in a
Benlon ,j
Prooosition No. 2 w Continue
the nresent corn Broerami with
year's 38 million acres to about
33 million acres in 1959 and with
price supports between 75 and 90
per cent of parity.
me urst proposition is largely
the brainchild of Benson and the
American FaTm Bureau Federa Federation.
tion. Federation. One of Benson's principal
pleas for change in farm policy
has been elimination of acreag
controls more freedom to plant.
The farm bureau plugged mightily
in Congress for 'price supports
1 n.
on me. average corn pi.cc
Pl
I UUUU.
,iritv wt hv earn afrm
-- .- -
a r" "i.
inecioe wmcn nroeram wiu oe
1 HBpt ..it vr-anri .nbseouent
vvv. "t" r
I thi rd, in a Wit f those votinff to
4U. -cMnn u n
oroved. IV will mark a funaamem
f, h 1n farnt--nolicy, set up
1fl3 under this late President
Roo..v.w There would be no
commercial corn ara 14 no

Refugees From Communism Storn
NY Mansion of Soviet UN Delegation

NEv7 YORK, Nov. 8 (UPI)
.l".", rn..ri. i e. ioin
auoui awuB-"
ed by a? few Ukranian and other
rfii;i from Commums,
.tnrmad ;the Soviet U.N. Delega
nt. .K.,iMinir last nieht during a
posh reception markingthe .41s
anniversary- 01 we ijiouBw
volution. v ; ' v
a. m,nv us 7nn tuckets, carry
denouncing the Sbviet U-
nion, Communism and Soviet Pre-
- sion at one ume in
n snniir aim wnen.
"XTt Tth demons

rrTri.' Zu -Tj' .nllV. herrirv

irsuwn i iun rr"- r----;-.
ades .as though on prearrangeu
re signal.
tn Two hundred mounted pouoc'
men and foot patrolmen, arove vns
demonstrators, back. The shouting
rirst.snrinffinff melee resulted in
three Injuries and police arrested
13 nrnn. inpindine one woman.

i.-j tTttLl On man wa caugni uvina 10

cut a pU00m.u i m-
V3S ad toroak
. undrMr window of the buHd-
ini with pol. to which a placard
had beent affixed but ponce atop-
Si tm? tal Sum slad-
Idamafft iWLS done.. r t Y.

The pickets shouted "Khrush-

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Tivall Avmu No. 11-20
DeCaulle Seeks
To Restore French
Prestige In Asia
PARIS (UPIKPremier Charle
da Gaulle Friday decided to sen
author Andre Malraux, his cultui
al adviser, on a tow of Asia Asia-and
and Asia-and Middle East countries to bo
ster French .influence In t h s
areas... . t;---,
Officials .said '! IHalraux woul
leav shortly and spend seven
weeks touring, Iran, India t n
Japan; Othr nations were expec
ed to be included, later in t
schedule.
Makaux, a4 mimstei1 delegat
in the De Gaulle govrnment, :
an old hand in Asia. A one-tim
CommOnist who broke with th
part'.yearr' ago, he has writte
frequently )of the Orient, :
Sources said Malrauxs Jo
would be to rebuild French pre.1
tige and influence in an are
where it suffered eonsiderabl
during the 1946-1954 Indo c h i.n
ar," -.i
acreage allotments. In effec
adoption of the first propositio
would remove corn from' the li;
deal farm laws. These laws sougt
to control production through acn
age allotments and to bolster' fart
income under a fixed formula
iprice support The other "basic
commodities under acreage oi
trols are -wheat, cotton, tobacd
rice, and ptuMW" v
In an "explanation and bad
ground" pamphlet circulate
among' farmers, the" Aigrjcultur
Departrttent 'lestirtatel price aui
port for ""corn-under jtho Banso
plan in 1959 would be from $1.1 :
to $1.15 a bushel, national ave
age: The department said th
would be higher than the 65 p
cent of parity alternative, as
therefore the controlling level.
u ine oensoa pian is approve),
the new farm law also providt
mandatorrice support for oat
rye, barley, and' grain isorghum
The level of support for the:
feed grains- would be f "fall? ar
reasonaoie m reiauon 10 vu
price support for corn, taking in1
consideration the feed value of tl
commodity in relation to corn ar
othr facts. "At present, price su;
port may be made available c
these fedd grains, but it is, n
mandatory. .--
If the second proposition is a
proved, the acreae in jht con
merciar area would be cut aboi
5 million acres and the "price su;
port level would be dtermined c
the basis of the relationship of tl
total supply of corn to the norm;
supply. Becaus of a big coi
caryover and a rcord crop th
year, prospects are' that price sui
port would be at the lowest pe
missibl level 75 per cent
parity. The dollars and cents rat
would be .from $1.24 to $1.27
bushel, national a vrage. Thi
would be a higher rate than und
the first proposition, but farmei
in th commercial area woul
have to plant about 15 per cei
ess corn in order to collect th
higher support rate.
vuv v va 1. vi vatvt m-wjL t
for- Hungary," nmong other si
gans, V; ft'rlN
The Soviet diplomats .and the
formally dressed guests Inside tl tl-building
building tl-building were apparently unawai
of the rioting outside. Newsmc
did not see .a single face -pee
through the heavy drapes coverir
the windows.
Treat Aralls Lads
HUNTINGTON. N.Y. (UPI)
Contractor Nicholas Caricola 'r
cently found a bundle of pennit
nicxeis ana aimes in one ot o
paving rollersr along with a no
that said:--.' y v.
"Dear Sir,- We are sorry aboi
breaking your roller. We didn
mean 10 dui we ma. unciosea
$2.62. If that isn't enough lea
us a note telling us how mut 1
mora you will need. That wis a
the money we could get.
- MP.S. It was an axident as
we're sorry, ';
Caricola said fixing th roH
cost $1. He'd like to return tl
$1.62 overpayment and buy O i
boys some not dogs, candy ar
ice cream to show how much i
no
appreciates their honesty. T

Who Overpaid Deb!

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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1151

THZ SUNDAY AMERICAN
FAGS fTKt

School- GonsiillafifrHelps
Children Unravel Problems

- You'll have to- dmlop the traits
of an .amateur detective, pay Ofto Ofto-,
, Ofto-, logist 'iaod .public elation expert

dav in schooUas if tt liJiuled the-

ena of e worlds iv t' -The
application of Jfieae. techni technique!
que! technique! to the art of raising children
sums up the advice of a National
Education Atiociation official en
how parents should deal with tots
who simply: hate 'to' gd to school.
. ''jftw Tbohipsbh, the associa-;
tibn's consultant on elementary e-
ttucaaon declares! -"TheMdea of
going to School gives some kid a
real feeling of fright. Helping
them overcome H often takes a

great deal of patience and time."
She explains that some kids are
either tod shy or frightened to
Jell their parents why they donl
like school. In such cases, she re re-commends
commends re-commends that mom do a little
quiet sleuthing by immediately
nonsuiting the teacher.
Miss Thompson explains that

teachers can always offer advice-,

ami often can actually find out
what's bothering the child Some Sometimes
times Sometimes the problems turn out to be
remarkably simple.

i

For instance, Miss Thompson
tells of one case where the. parents
nd teacher were completely baf baffled
fled baffled about why a little girl dislik disliked
ed disliked Echool. One day the child shyly
admitted in class that -she. had
trouble writing the letter "e. m
her name. It turned out that. she
was so sensiive about the difficul difficulty
ty difficulty that, itNna'de her dread going
to class.
Sometimes, however, the trouble
la miifh mm-0 rnmnlipul rt This

is usually the case, Miss Thomp-Uhat school has in helping them
son explains, when the child lacks 'undeistand wily they must go to

4

msm

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'

"mmmr .Ethel Thompson

son tells. about a small boy who
was afraid that going to school
would prevent him from shop shopping
ping shopping with his mother. When mom
promised to delay going to the
lore each day until he came home
the youngster changed his whole
outlook about school.
Parents can employ public re relations
lations relations in helping .their children
overcome classroom fears by help helping
ing helping the iiu understand why they
must go w school Miss Thompson
emphasizes that mother and dad

should always streirs the value

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Pre-Packaged Foods Boost
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Economy But Lose Flavo

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By MARClt ROTHROCK

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It is inconceivable that life will ever be dull or unevent uneventful
ful uneventful for Kay Clark. She simply will not have it that way.
As a prism reveals a bevy of different hues when turn turned
ed turned just right, so does bs story of Kay Clark have a variety
of sidelights. ; X ...V
Professionally ehe Is a teacher and librarian. Civjc Civjc-mindedly
mindedly Civjc-mindedly she is a Diablo Heights council member, as of

Tuesday's, election. Avocationally sht is a sportswoman

ahd gardener.

confidence and is afraid to be a-

w'ay from, his parents.
Miss Thompson recommends that
parent use a little psychology by
encouraging these children to
make some of their own decisions
at home, like what clothes they

will wear to school each day. The
confidence they gain will soon car carry
ry carry over Into their increased abili ability
ty ability to tackle school work, she says.
. Another way parents can help
instill confidence in their young youngsters
sters youngsters is to giv,e them the respon responsibility
sibility responsibility fo performing simeple
household stasks. Miss Thompston

suggests, "If they're allowed to doJ

things on their own at home, they
will attack every stituation that
comes along with the same will willingness
ingness willingness to learn."
The consultant explains that
there are two important things
tha a .moher can do to help a
child overcome his fear of leaving
her while he goes o school. Toe
first is for -her to always assure
the child that she will be on
hand to pick him up at the close
of eadh school day :
The second is to convince him
- that the school bell will not bring
an nri in -their rinin" thinei : In-

"gether. For example? sMiss fhomp

iieauti

Neat,' well cared for cuticles
aid in the overall appearance of
one's fingers. After washing
'your hands, keep cuticles pushed
back with an orangewood stick.
' Beaking or jabbing a cuticle
leads to a ragged look and takes
a long time to correct.
Chipped nail polish is unsight unsightly
ly unsightly and seems inevitable. Quite
often a simple trick solves the
problem. Try this. After polish
is applied, run the ball of the
thumb around the edge of the
' nail. The small rim created will

school. Miss Thompson emphasizes

that mother and dnJ should al always
ways always stress the value, thai school
has in helping them .grow up.
Miss Thompson gained her in insight
sight insight into the reluctant school
child problem through extensive
experience in teaching. Before
taking her present position, she
held jobs as both teacher and prin principal
cipal principal in the New 'Brighton, Pa.,
schools.
Later she taught in Battle Creek
Mich., and Arlington, Va. Miss
Thompson also received teaching
experience' id several colleges in including
cluding including the University of Florida
and the University of Maryland.

She was born in Niles, Ohio.

HOUSEHOLD
HINTS

Work surfaces of varying
heigh s in kitchens make Jooa
preparation easier. Perhaps, a
portable cart will help. It can be
a mixing center because mixing
takes a lower level than cutting
vegetables or washing dishes.
Heavily soiled clothes should be
soaked be.ore they're tossed in
the washing machine. -If clothes
are ve'y greasy.. use more deter detergent
gent detergent than usual. Household am ammonia
monia ammonia also will he p cut the
grease.
Most guests won't expect cav caviar
iar caviar if you're having a large buf buffet.
fet. buffet. So don't spoil them. A sim simple,
ple, simple, filling menu fixed in your
best s yle will please the average
palate.
Those breaking in'o the barbe barbecue
cue barbecue set late can make their own

bastini tool.- A long handled

be polish free and make chances fork or stick with a clean white
less for chipping. 'cloth at .he end is excellent to

swab on sauce.

Rejuvenate a felt hat. Brush
It briskly and rub stains with
fine grained sandpaper, using
circular motion. Steam it with
the iron held an inch away, and
brush again.

All bright colors and prints
short d be washed in warm soap soapsuds
suds soapsuds and" rinses. Soaking tends
to loosen dyes and increase fading.

If you have calf shoes in a
variety of colors, buy neutral pol polish.
ish. polish. You can use it for all of
them.

Tissues or a small towel con convert
vert convert to an iron for a nylon baby
bonnet. Stuff the bonnet with

i either. It will dry smoothly.

Parents differ on when Baby
can be "fed s rained meat. A Uni:
versity of. Nebraska study reveals
that at six weeks of jge a. baby
may eat meat prepared this way.
, Mothers never seem to have
enough hands' to carry youngsters
and thtir variius needs. A terry
cloth stole with pockets to hold

necessities for the wee ones solves
-this problem.

Kay Clark, insists that ahe never
plans ahead. She, did ot, for in instance,
stance, instance, intend to become a candi candidate
date candidate for this week's election. A
friend asked to put her name on
the ballot; catualiy, she agreed.
-When .she arrived at Balboa
High School Wednesday morning,
friands met her with congratula

tions, much to her surprise. Fel Fellow
low Fellow teachers teased her that two

New Yorkers were victors in the
battle of the balloWshe.ahd Roc Rockefeller.
kefeller. Rockefeller. '.',..
"I have a goal in Jife to try o
keep from .doing too much," says
Kay. She is fighting an uphill bat battle.
tle. battle. She herself admits that she goes
from one hobby to another, and
always, with full enthusiasm. Hers
are not ordinary avocations for a
woman.

When Miss Clark undertook toH

furnish hen quarters, ahe did it the
hard way. She made the furniture.
"I was the first female student
the instructor had ever had,!' she
laughs. "He refused to have any anything
thing anything to do with me.".
After he discovered she. prefer preferred
red preferred the hand tools to the power-,
driven equipment, .however,, he
lost his scepticism and became
both a good friend ahd a helpful
teacher. i
Miss Clark 1as personally con constructed
structed constructed most of the furnishings
In her apartment. She prefers
mahogany for its ..beauty end
pUntifulwii here, and tends te
fashion the, pieces en modern

She has bieker. thinks, in mind

Vi.n fnnUfnoU and m I I I I ID

rack. Kay has given some inougnv

to ouuoing ner wn.npus?.. ,J ;

" "Except tor tlie plujhBing, wir wiring
ing wiring and foundation, I think I could
do it," she comments. Northern
California would be her Ideal loca location,
tion, location, but she repeat! that she
miri mi definite' nlans for- the

future. : ;;:
wh.n Kav Clark moved to Dia

hin Heichts four years ago, she

Heririprf tn become a gardener.

She was as "green" On the subject

as she hoped tne garoen wouia d.
"I learned gardening by. the
trowel and error method,v re remarks
marks remarks Kay! "My main problem
now is that things grow too well.
The plans ; wlV;h ate .supposed o
be tiered look fine one day. Then
,ririniv.vfln look out and fie ar-

panodment hat S f 0 W n out of

Hers is a garden that literally
bears fruit. There are banana
trM. nanava t T e e s. pineapple

plants and even an avocado tree
which is the. result of a. seed .which
she stuck in a tin' can of dirt one

day.
Miss Clark's garden is a par particular
ticular particular compliment te har and
te the neighborhood In which
sh lives because few persens on
the Canal Zone expend th time
and energy4" li' develop lal
ukirk l nat raallv thalrt.

While gardening has brought Kit
much satisfaction and pleasure, it

Isn has had Its Jrustrations.

"I fight a constant war with the

ants," signs Ray.
She once 'had a papaya tree
which outdid itself id the prddue'
. t: tT-U : -ki -t U-l A

ion line, ine weigui vi us

Speed Of Flight Contrasts Leisurely
Dining Aboard Pan American Jetliners

: NEW YORK (UPI -Ceme, Mary
Jane, in niy. jet aeroplane, And np
we'll go," up we'll go. . I
To eat a dinner so leisurely that
. you'U be halfway to Europe by the
time it ends.
: Dining is the jet age paradox.!
Faster, vibration-free planes will
cut trans-Atlantic flying time to T
hours or less. They will alio give
new significance to the custom of
elegant dining t a relaxed pace,
Tan; American UTorUi, A'rway
demonstrated in a preview of its
flight service on Boeing 7,07 Jet
clippers. ... l ," ,;:'

. With nothing te do but eat, sUep

I to concentrate en eating, FAA of of-'
' of-' ficials ia'd. :

- They estimate the hers eVoeuvre-

to-desiert time at 3V4 hours ana
1,800 miles, appetites and waist waistlines
lines waistlines permitting.

' Passengers traveling deluxe class
'.can eat canapes with cocktails

over Boston; ioud or shrimp cock-r
tail as they pass Noy a Scotia, part part-,
, part-, rld?e over Newfoundland, and (les

sen somewhere off the southern

coMt of Greenland. -' i-
.Parlridjze' is bv no means com

plf!Vry. If your taste are simpler

, vf-jr-nr rare roast oeef are don
to order on a new electorary oven

developed especially for the air

line.

Electric coils radiating heat
through quartz crystal plates can
cook It steaks in 17 minutes, or a

five-pound roast beef in 17 min

utes, me oven, measuring 9 by is
by 30 inches, also can- turn out 42
meals in few minutes in frozen,
pre-cooked aluminum trays.
Most elaborate dishes are pre prepared
pared prepared In advance ; in earthbound
flight kitchens; including one at
New York's: IdlewiW airport, with
a storage freezer that will hold
140,000 meals.-
Food is nerved, not on the stand-,
ard plastic dishes, but on fine chi china,
na, china, accompanied by wines in crys crystal
tal crystal stemware, -x ; v v.
Breakable dinnerwar .is expect expect-ei
ei expect-ei te create no problems aboard
th jets, Pat American officials
said, because the big ships Ire

virtually vibration-free and will

fly far above turbulent weather.
;: "i ,r'. ,.' -,
A typical menu for deluxe pa
sengers feature 1 entrees, rang

ing from grilled sword fish' and

stealc." roast beef -or lamb chocs.

to lobster thermidoT, sweetbreads,

partridge, end .Kocit Cornish hena

Economy class1 'passengers r will
dine more modestly, on "conver "convertible"
tible" "convertible" sandwiches that are meal

in themselves. Tucked beneath

each full-size European style open-

face sandwich is a second slier of
bread for those who want to eat

American-style. The average se

lection includes four combinations

of meat, cheese, eggs and toma

toes: -, ;

If none of the ready-roades suit

your palate, a "grocery box' filK

ed with extra offer such mun mundane
dane mundane items es a peanut butter

sandwich. But no hamburgers or
hot dogS,
"We tried .including them In the
days before jet travel," an airline
spokesman said,, "but the demand
was so limited that we didn't ev even
en even consider them for jet service."
How does an airline, which needs
2,117 individual food portions for
just one jet flight with 101 pas

sengers, taticipata the customers
want? -.-i'v .'.-V,.-
"That's easy." an airline official

said. Ninety per cent of the Amer

ican passengers prefer steaks

Surveys and experience help meet
Other demands. ... .. ; v,
Eventual lowering of jet -fares
Is expected to be closely -linked
with food --costs,. Fan -.American
predicted, Increased automation in
i 1 X-'.l -1 1, J .1. J . ...

me niiciiaH wm. uv iii iriOK, wun
machines that- can prepare- food
in advance for -freezing -and- stor-

ege lo-maei neavy and ugnt tfat
tie demands is they occun.

loo uprooted the tree and Kay

was faced not only wun a laiien
tree, but alto, with all those green
papayas.
Unwilling to chalk up the mishap
as a complete loss, she scouted
lor recipes "using green papayas.
"I am no cook,7' Kay laughs,

"but I made ereen papaya with

singer root and green papaya mar

malande with citrus peel. Some of

it was quite good.
Also a problem child in the gar
den is a bahemia tree, a rare spe
cimen in this area, which repro

duces onlv when it seeds every

seven or eight yeairs. The tree has
a peculiar tnait of sprouting ten ten-acles
acles ten-acles which entwine the branchea

together and make normal prun
ine impossible.

.ifhe warm climate of the tropics

suits &ay uarx, aunougo h n con contrast
trast contrast to the New York weatheir in

which she was reared.
. She grew up with active sports.
In fact, she says, sht had te
.with four brothers In the fami family.
ly. family. Vacations were spent In the
Cattkill Mountains, where she
1 became an accomplished equestrienne.

;'I once felt that nothing could

reniace sou in my lue, she saia

She is a familiair. figure on the
greens at the Amador Golf Course.
Kay is an avid swimmer. Sev Several
eral Several times a week she closes the

doors of the school library and

Heads for the beach at Fort Ami-

ddr. which she Considers the best

in this or any other area.

Kay's motto could well be "Have
Urge, Will Travel:" Twice during
her tenure of teaching here,' she

has taken interesting leave oi ao-
'senee; "
"Om year -she journeyed to Tuf Tuf-kev
kev Tuf-kev to teach at Robert College, a

private boys' schooL Another year

was spent in Cairo, Egypt, where
she was:' librarian at a private

chool.
Kav Clark's vacations are nev

er .' "just vacations." This past
summer she really went native in

Mexico.
Feeline that she knew so little

about that Latin American coun

tU WAS

aus..

V

A woman whould know better
than
To try to fool another woman
about her age. If she takes five
vears oft her it will make another

woman suspicious enough to add

ten

To win an argument from a man

she ia interested in romantically.

A man may have to admit that

he is wrong and a woman is rign.
but he doesn't have to like it.
To confide spmething she
doesn't want told to another wo woman,
man, woman, even if the other woman is
her best friend. The only secret a
woman can be sureof keeping is
the one she doesn't tell anybody.
To give a young man she doesn't
like a date, simply because she
doesn't want to hurt his feelings'.
She'll hurt him even worse if she
goes out with him a few times and
than starts beseins off every time

Jta calls, her.

To believe the married man
who tells her that his wife doesn't
understand him.. Chances are she

probably understands him only too

wen.
To set a. husband who isn't

handy with tools on a do-it-yourself
job, thinking it will save mo money.
ney. money. Such men aon't find it at all
unreasonable to buy a $200 power

tool to save $20 oh a $100 job.
To wear an unbecomihi style

simply because it is- the very

lates. thing. No woman is attract

ive enough to deliberately wear an
unbecoming style.

To invite more guests to a lawn

Sarty than she can crowd into her
ouse. For if she does, it is sure
td rain.

To agree with her husband when

he is irrita d with a member of
his family. He doesn't really want
agreement he just want to jet
off a little steam. And if she de defends
fends defends the relative he's criticizing,
he'll love her for it;

To ask another woman, "Do you
mind if I set one Just like yours?"

whether she it talking about a

dress, a piece of furniture or

whatever. The other woman will
have to ay. "Of courts not." But

tne won t mean it.
'" BRIAKPAST CAROUSEL
NEW YORK (UPD Hot "a-

pricot merry-ro-rounds" Wake un

aleepy appetites. Place : round

snredded wheat biscuits In lndivi

dual cereal bowls. In a sauce-pan,

MISS KAY CLARK

try and it people, she went to

buadaiajwra and enrolled in con

temporary Latin American litera

ture and the history ot Spanish at
the university there.

The summer could hava been
only educational, but for the liv living
ing living accomodations. Sh was re received
ceived received into the home of a Mexi Mexican
can Mexican family In tha city and spent
what sh describes as a "won "wonderful"
derful" "wonderful" summer as a member
of their family.
Since the family snoke onlv

Spanish, she found it an unavoid

able opportunity to improve her

linguistic ability.

Kay also learned to appreciate
the native dishes served in Mexi

can homes. She comments that she
is always willing to try anything
once, wherever she is, but in the
Mexican home in which she was
living, the introduction to the un unusual
usual unusual foods was a pleasure.
Where will the lively librarian
go next summer?
"I have no idea at all," says
Kay. She stil' has Spain and Por Portugal
tugal Portugal on her list of places to visit.
One thing is sure. The moss
may thrive in Kay Clark's garden,
but none will grow under her feet.

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in dish. Suse and seasonings make the difference.

BY GAYNOR M ADD OX, NEA Food and Markets Editor

y AY PAULEY
NEW YORK VUPH We're

headed for the age of the "bland"
in consumer goods. It'll- be a
sameness brought about largely
by the increase in pre-packaging,
says a package designer.

. Saul Nesbitt predicts that with within
in within the next eight to 10 years, pre

packaging will just about reach

the saturation point that almost
all foods, much of our clothing

and other consumer products will
come in take-home-as is packages.

5o what will rtsult?", said
the industrial designer, who
stands to profit from tha trend,
even as ha realizes its flaws.
"Sameness. Medium grade ev everything.
erything. everything. Blandness. Look at beer
already; all of the big brands now
are light and less strong.
"Ad companies get larger, they
will try for products the least of

fensive to the greatest number.
Take soups. The big companies

don't make e strongly flavored
soup. To get one, you have to go
to the small manufacturer who
still turns out the gourmet
product."
I -asked Nesbitt, who has had
his industrial design firm for 13
years, why there wasn't some
way to keep us out of the bland
era,
"Well," he said, "I could talk
about ideals. But let's bt hon

est. As package desigrtsrs, our
job is mercenary to help sell
tha manufacturer's product to
the greatest number of peo peo-ple,"
ple," peo-ple," The designer conceded that
some consumer products will of offer
fer offer quite a packaging challenge.
It isn't likely for instant that
coats, suits or dresses will be
sold this way; they need trying
on and often alteration.
"But alreay women are buy buying
ing buying pre packaged hose, slips,
bras, girdles, and some accessor accessories,"
ies," accessories," he said.
Furniture probably won't come
pre packaged although Nesbitt
sees the day the housewife may
look at one model on display and
order from it
Pre packaging has its faults,
but Nesbitt also listed some ad

vantagesthe biggest one being

price, as iaDor costs soar, he
said, merchandisers must find

some way to keep prices down.

supermarkets are a good exam example
ple example of this, he said.
By gong ulf service, they
cut down on handling and the
number of persons needtd to
run a store.
itl : ..

ine saving is passed along in

food.

Pre packaging also gives the

consumer a cleaner product; and
for the retailer, it means easier
sales because of package appeal.
Nesbitt said packages will take
on more and more of the selling
job in the future, not only through
tolor but seasonal appeflL. Foods,
for instance, might .be packafeed
in a motif practically shouting
springtime from the shelves in

April May and June.

And, there will be more pack packages
ages packages which do more than just en

close the product. This tVDe

already has arrived; the cake
mix in its own disposable baking
pan, or the frozen prepared dish

es or 'meals ia disposable : baking

dishes.

FASHIONETTES

Great brooches in colored stoned
come to us from Paris. There's
an echo of the 18th century in
pins of enameled flowers that hold
perfum e.
The black velvet stole is back
in fashion favor. Lined in white
or red, it's ideal cover-up for au autumn
tumn autumn evenings.
Mohair appears in things other
than coasts, suits and dresses.
The latest in the satchel type
handbag in mohair. The colors
are brilliant.

If yon find ,you've trouble in
wearing pointed-toe shoes with
comfort, nere's a trick to" try:
buy them a width wider than

jyou usually do. These shoes ire

made on such a narrow last that
you can probably take a wider
width with ease.
What should you do with that
outdated chemise? Well, some
girls are using banding and a
bow to turn the old chemise into
the new Empire.
Rose prints seem to be in fash fashion
ion fashion all year around now. For au autumn
tumn autumn and winter, they're darkor.
These dark rose prints show up
in pretty overblouses for wear
now and later.
The gal who wears slacks
should have them neatly fitted.
Stores carry the proportioned
slacks with taped leg. There's a
size for everyone without altera alteration.
tion. alteration. As hats go higher, hairdos get
neater and closer to the head.
That's the secret in wearing the
new hats with a maximum of
flattery to you.

ONE DISH DOES IT
NEW YORK (UPI) A quick
and easy one-dish meal combinei
sausages and Louisiana yam.
Cook 1 pound link sausages? die
ed, over low heat until browned
Drain, add 2 medium apples
cored and. grated, Vi cup fine drj
bread crumbs, 1-4 cup lamor
juice -anti 1 medium onion, finelj
chopped. ;
Miss well, torn -into 1V4 nuari
case?; tbp'with 6. medium
yamS" cooked, peeled and quartw
ed (or substitute 2 1-pound cans
yams, drained), sprinkle with' 1 )
teaspoon cloves and Vi teaspoon
salt. Cover and bake in 37j-dejgree
oven 30 minutes. Serves 6.

sensational

girdle by

spoons sugar. .-. l '. teasnoon cmna

mon, and 1 tablespooon Jbutter.

Pour the heated syrup over the
biscuits and too with nrient halv.

e. Serve with milk or cream.

Like eggplant? Then try these
particularly good recipes. We've
found ihemy delicious.
. Stuffed Eggplant
t Makes 2 servings)
One-half pound pork sausage, 1
medium-sized eggplant, 2 large

tomatoes, 2 tablespoons chopped
green pepper, 2 tablespoons in instant
stant instant minced onion or Vi cup finely

chopped raw onion, 1-8 teaspon

garlic powder or 1 minced clove
garlic, Vi teaspoon salt, Vi tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon mixed Italian herbs, 2 fable fable-spoons
spoons fable-spoons dry bread crumbs, 2 table

spoons grated rarmesan cneese,

2 teaspoons melted butter or saus sausage
age sausage drippings. j

Brown pork sausage s Jowl v.

Drain, reserving drippings, and!
crumble meat. Cut eggplant in
half lengthwise. Place in covered
kettle with Vi cud waier. and par

boil five minutes. Cool sufficient

ly to handle, and remove inside
meat of eggplant with grapefruit
knife, leaving shell about Vi-inch
tlrck. Dice inside portion of egg eggplant,
plant, eggplant, and combine wi h diced,
peeled tomatoes, green pepper,

oflion, garlic, salt and Herbs.

over and boil slowly five min

utes. Add sausage and 1 table tablespoon
spoon tablespoon sausage drippings. Heap in into
to into eggplant shells. Blend crumbs,

cheese and melted butter or drip

pings and spnnkie over eggplant.
Place in shallow baking dish and

pour in V4-inch hot water. Bake in

modera.e oven (350 degrees F.) a
bout 45 minutes.
Eggplant and Lamb Kebabs

Cut lean lamb into IVi-inch
cubes. Peel eee.Dlant and cut into

i-incn squares, string alternate alternately
ly alternately on skewers. Brown in butter

or margarine. Place i baking
pan. Sprinkle with salt and biack
pepper. Top each with a tomato

slice, sprinkle with salt and hlarlr

pepper and dot with butter. Bake

in a ittu-aegree t oven Vi hour.

NO FINER FIT AT ANY PRICE

CRISS-CROSS
IMPERIAL
Flatter Tummy
...with the famous
Criss-Cross inner
belt for extra control
Smaller Waist
. High -waist ed
ZVi above the
waistline.
Creator Comfort
.. .with fine split-hip
construction.

HEARTY CHOWDER
NEW YORK (UPI)-Lima bean,
corn and bacon chowder makes a
good dish for cHsd autumn wpalh.

er. Use cooked dry Iimas and can canned
ned canned or fresh corn. Season with on onion,
ion, onion, thyme and marjoram. Add a

couple tablespoons of white wine.

SOLD IN ALL
LEADING STORES

US

Address inquiries to:

AGENCIAS HALMAN, S. A.
P. Q. Box 617. Panama Tels. 3-0646 & 3-0803

BROCCOLI IN THE SOUP
LOS ANGELES (UPI) When!
the weather calls for soup, how a a-bout
bout a-bout this new recipe? Its cream!
of broccoli soup. I
Melt 2 tablespoons butter or,
margarine, add 1 tablespoon chop.1

Dftrl nnlon and antj until soldnn. I

heat 1 cup apricot Juice, 2 table-JAdd 1 tablespoon flour, ivi tea-

spoons salt and a dash pepper and

blend. Stir in 3 cups milk gradual

ly, and cook until smooth and thick.

Add 1 cup chopped cooked broc-l

coli and heat well. Serves 4.

NOVEMBER SPECIAL

2 Reloxing Visits Weekly

STTAllUFFGeS
CAMTQ ALEGRE BUILDING Via Espana

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IHInoIs . . 21
Michigan v. 8
N. Carolina 42
Virginia 0
Penn '30,
-Yale VI ; ,u 6
Iowa -jr. 28
Minnesota i .V6
Princeton J 16
llanrard V;-. 14
-Navy 40
Maryland V 14
Ga.Tcch 13
Clemson .; .0
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Cuban Cops, Soldiers Battle

.Pitt . . . 29
Notre Dame 26

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Rebels In Havana Apartment

4.
HAVANA, Nov. 8 (LTD Police and army agents battled
forces Identified as Fidel Castro rebels in an apartment in sub sub-urbaa
urbaa sub-urbaa Vibora today.
I Unofficial reports said at least five persons were killed and
Several wounded in the three-and-a-half hour sun battle,
i Police reports said the battle broke out after the officers
.South to enter the house for a search and were attacked by
rebels in hiding there.
The unofficial reports said the rebel nest was wiped out and
arms and ammunition seized.
During the battle, police cordoned off the block and seven
patrol cars blocked off roads around the building.

At 6:30 a.m., two hours after
he fighting began, police called
foe fire fighting equipment and
a hook and ladder apparatus to
scale the two-story building.
From this, they fired downward
into the building. Several explo explo-tions
tions explo-tions heard with the gunfire in indicated
dicated indicated the rebels were using
fenades.
Rebel radio reports indicated
a renewal of rebel pressure a a-iainst
iainst a-iainst Santiago. Cuba's second
largest city and capital of Orien Orien-te
te Orien-te province, the rebel stronghold.
1 The rebel reports said rebel
forces clashed with a military
patrol at Puerto Boniato, on
Santiago's outskirts.
At Songo, the rebels were re reported
ported reported to have attacked police
headquarters, capturing arms
and ammunition. Another rebel
grouo attacked a rural guard
garrison at La Arana, on the
Outskirts of Songo. and also were
reported to have seized arms.
There was no mention of ca casualties.
sualties. casualties. ?. Meanwhile, a Washington
enort indicated gun smue smue-frlinr
frlinr smue-frlinr from Florida to Cuba is
proving a ma.lor headache to
TJ.. customs men.
Most of the smutrsled irns
'ammunition, rifles, lisht
machine guns, and pistols are
destined for Cuban revolu revolutionaries
tionaries revolutionaries led by the 32-year-olrt
Castro.
m the Miami area eontna tne
Cuban government also is smug
glln arm".
Ordinarily a government rec recognized
ognized recognized bv the .United States,
and ore that has a mutual se security
curity security treat" with the United
States. fn buv arms her". But
Since last March the United
States his an wha""i on
arm' f"r th government of Ful Ful-gencio
gencio Ful-gencio Patlsta.
' The rebels oo'nt out. that the
Cuban nav holds n rendezvous
,t sa with tho smiiff-Ws and
has m troi'Mo bincdrnr them li lift
ft lift Cvf. vhHe the rebels risk
ev'T'viiK".
Sn far as Is known, the weap weapons
ons weapons pre 0Uiri'",'1 nndpr various
piupu from .surplus arms dealers
arJ Imnorters.
Th p-nv'sr',"ipnt nresent.lv Is
rrc'cutjntr trop Rochester, N.
Y.. brnpr.s fnr aT'ePd imnroner
Tise of Topral tax -tarrms 'n ar ar-ranfTln'
ranfTln' ar-ranfTln' He'iyr" of arms to Cu Cuban
ban Cuban revolutionaries
A Pn Arit"n'0 Tx.. surplus
frms daipr tstifirt pallor 'n
the tri'l o th brother- that, he
too' part In the allesed arms
sa'e.
Such arms are not difficult to
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yfi&x'y( Himoiay$
I J?. -"Th Battle
" T ...The Detperata
j xr f 'i Flying Tiger And i
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ImIII 'mii

come by. A Washington newspa newspaper,
per, newspaper, for example, today ran an
advertisement offering for sale
to "hunters, collectors" a new
shipment of British jungle car carbines
bines carbines "constructed for rugged
jungle use in Malaya and Bor Borneo,
neo, Borneo, etc."
The rebe" arms are mostly
smuggled in by small boats to
spots on the souhteastern
coast of Cuba. However, many
shipments are delivered by
small private planes which
land on rebel fields and take
off again.
Recently such a plane was
forced to land at the U.S. Naval
base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba,
bordering rebel-held territory.
The pilot had given Birming Birmingham,
ham, Birmingham, Ala., as his destination
whe nhe took off from Florida.
Much of the money behind the
arms purchases p o r p ortedly
comes from hidden funds of the
former government that Batista
ousted in 1952. The government
leaders including ousted Presi President
dent President Carloa Prio Socarras are re reputed
puted reputed to have an estimated 20
million dollars In banks
throughout the United States.
Rome Of the money also comes
from Cuba itself, recruited from
citizens sympathetic to the rebel
cause and rich Cubans playing
both sides of the fence.

In August, the Cuban govern-
v'ur w
U.S. State Department that
Ampriran customs officials, in
effect, werp turnlne their backs
on rebel smueeling. Actlnsr Cus
toms Commissioner Chester
Amerlcak at the time rejected
the accusation. He said the Cus
toms Bureau had "tons unon
tons" of confiscated rebel stuns
and ammunition in warehouses.
Customs officials point out
that he Florid (and Texns)
coa11n is so larpe it Is nhv nhv-sioaltv
sioaltv nhv-sioaltv imnosthle to wath It
thormr,'v. BeneN sv rr
rent r their runs rt through,
hut. tt.ss. nffiriale iink this
fieure is s'ieht'y hirh.
Ampr'an officials also noint
Out tbnt tbPrp are VninrtrpH"! of
rpbl svr"nptbi7prs in tbe tln'tpd
tstp.s who. do vprvthinsr,r)oesi vprvthinsr,r)oesi-bJp
bJp vprvthinsr,r)oesi-bJp to hein nush t.h smu'n?
activities. nst, of the materia'
Is nurrbospH jn th north and
brought to Plnrid" In trups. "ut
gc-t t.'p"V tho border natro' son-npi-i
smsll aircraft t whppi whppi-irirr
irirr whppi-irirr w. va pn route for Florida
with a small carso.
Fecent hi-jacVinp; of two u u-ban
ban u-ban Aviat1or ComnaTT" rC-'s
and a four-motor '"'scnunt, that
crashed pnd ki"e 17 nf 20 occu occu-nants
nants occu-nants mav indicate the rebels
are nrenarin" an "air force." U.S.
of'Ha's' are wondprin" if a'on?
wih nist's and rifis th rpbels
soon won't be smuffgling bombs
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OVER 100 YOUNG PANAMANIANS, dressed In the khaki garb-and broad brimmed sombreros
which had characterized the Roosevelt Rough Riders, served as escorts for the Presidents of
Panama and the United States on their way through Panama City to Cathedral Plaza. Some
of the Rough Riders are shown in the foreground of this picture.. Note the monogrammed
"TR" at either side of the carpeted Cathedral steps.
TR Medal Holders To Arrive Tomorrow
To Participate In Centennial Celebration

A large number of Eoosevelt
Medal holders, or their widows,
will be on the Isthmus this weekj
10 attend me various events wiucn
are to be held in connection with
the Canal Zone observance of
Roosevelt Centennial week. Some
od these arrived from the United
States last week, others are com
ing this weekend, and the largest
group will arrive tomorrow aboard
the Panama Line's Roosevelt Cen Centennial
tennial Centennial cruise.
In addition to the visiting Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt Medal holders, there are a
large number of others "living in
the Canal Zone or Panama who
also hold Roosevelt Medals for
their service during the Canal
construction period. All of the
medal holders will be honor guest
at this week's ceremonies.
The Tivoli, which housed its
guests 52 years ago this month
when President Theodore Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt made his one and only visit
to the Isthmus, will be the head headquarters
quarters headquarters for the medal holders.
Most of the visitors will be guests
at the Tivoli.
Among the medal holders, or
widows, who are here or who are
coming for the Roosevelt cele
bration are the following, together
with their dates of service and the
positions they hied in the canal or organization:
ganization: organization: Ernest W. Baldwin, June 17,
1911, to Aprl 2, 1916,' supervisor
(Engineering); Charles L. Bfeak Bfeak-ley,
ley, Bfeak-ley, Dec. 6, 1904, to June 30, 1932,
supervisor (construction and
maintenance).
Martin J. Cain, Sept. 3, 1912, to
May 11, 1917, clerk; S. G. Carkeet,
July 1, 1910 to July 21, 1915
clerk; G. E. Carkeet, Sr., Feb. 6,
1909, to July 5 1915, foreman; C.
J. Clapp, Oct. 1, 1905, to May 17
1911, carpenter; W. H. Clapp, Oct.
6, 1909, to May 8 1916, clerk;. A.
W. Dewling Oct. 16, 1905, to Oct.
31, 1917, inspector; Florence M.
Dildine Jan. 1, 1912, to June 30,
1919, teacher; Lea K. Dugan,
June 6, 1911, to Dec. 1, 1955
clerk-typist; Albert H. Geddes,
Dec. 1, 1905, to Nov. 25, 1913,
fireman; Frank J. Gerchow,
March 4, 1910, to April 30, 1952,
lockmaster; J. J. Gilbert, July 3,
1906. to Oct. 19. 1914, wssistant
director of posts;. J. W E N D E L
Greene, July 20, 1912, to Sept. 30,
1952, treasurer.
W. M. Heltemes, Nov. 20 1909.
to Jan. 31 1922, foreman; H. D.
Hinman, July 8, 1907, to May 9,
1916 assistant engineer; Frank M-.
Hill Nov. 22, 1907 to Feb. 16, 1918
clerk; Carl P. Hoffman. July 3.
1907, to March 31, 1946, chief
coupon accoutmg bureau; Theodo Theodore
re Theodore Holz, Dec. 19, 1906, to Feb. 20
1910 draftsman; M. B. Huff Feb.
8, 1906, to March 31, 1944 pay
master; R. J. Huntoon April 29,
1905, to March 31, 1937 plumber.
Ralph a. Irwin Aug. 1, 1911, to
Dec. 10, 1913, draftsman; Ben
Jenkins May 8 1909, to Jan. 30,
1929 steam sengineer;
Stephen

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HEAVILY VEILED, Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt is seated beside

r j i "P'ti n icocivuu- utuum iviuum. i.ujc. cuKuiccr jor uie uun wainwas wuiiam J.' Asriton;' no later
topk the Roosevelt party to luncheon at his home. At, the right Is Uttle girl who is .now Mis. r.Jt Sbdon: ot "Saii An Antonio,
tonio, Antonio, Texaa. The mother of T. J. Ebdon, Jr operations flupeiyisorr at Mlraflorea UxjuL aha wa one of tha Ashtoa hlldran.

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Latchford, May 12, 1906, to Aug.
20, 1911, clerk; A. T. Luther, May
19 1906 to Nov. 30 1943 pilot.
G. C. McCullough Sept, 3, 1909,
to July 18, 1916, clerk; James E.
Malcolm, Sept. 8, 1909 to Dec. 15
1910, draftsman;-Hugh M. Mit Mitchell,
chell, Mitchell, Jan. 29, 1907, to April 26
1946 machinist; John Murray,
May 6, 1910,' to October 16 1920,
machinist; Cahrles L. Parker,
Oct. 25, 1904, to Nov; 3 1933, de deputy
puty deputy marshall; Cecilia M. Par Par-meter
meter Par-meter June 12, 1915, to Nov. 30,
1945, clerk-typist; E. T. Paterson,
July 5, 1904 to May 1 1907 chief
surveys and appraisals division;
R. A. Patterson, Dec. 7, 1911, to
May 31, 1950, chief accountant;
Otis A. Prichett, Jan. 27 1912, to
Oct. 5, 1920, foreman.
David Sasse May 20, 1907, to
April 30 1943, foreman; Frank P.
Sscco nt 10 100(1 n Tn. 11
1913 jnolder; F. M. Sawyer, Aug.

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27, 1912 to Jan. 31, 1949 assistant
treasurer; J. B. Sampsell April 4,
1905, to March 31, 1937, painter
foreman; H. J. Schwalenberg
May 9, 1910, to June 26, 1918,
clerk; J, H. Sealey, Sept. 17, 1910.
to Nov. 30 1938 clerk; H. F. Sed Sed-wick
wick Sed-wick May 30, 1908, to March 1,
1916, district quartermaster; Ellis
Stillwell, July 7, 1911 to Aug.. 31
1948, superintendent, mvocks div division;
ision; division; J. H. Stilson, Jan.. 1, 1909
to March 31 1951, general vman
ager, steamship ticket agency.
M. H. Thatcher, April 25, 1911,
to Aug. 8, 1913, member of Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Canal Commission; C. E.
Thomas Feb. 6, 1907, to Nov.i 30,
1945, painter foreman; Edward J.
Vogel, May 1, 1908 to. Nov. i 25
1912 clerk; Frank P. Wagg, July
7, 1910, to Oct.' 18 1913, supervisor
of schools; A. S. Walters April 20,
1909, to July 6, 1922 machinist;
F. S. Wichman Aug. 20, 1908, to
her husband in the "little Belgian

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! Copyright 1957 by Frank Gruber...

THE STORY: Tom Tfcbcr and UI7 Alderton
from a hiding: place witnessed the firing of Tom
Weber's ranch house. The man who set it afire was
Jeff jUderton, Lily's husband. ; :

XIX
ALDERTON. cleaned up;
but his face puffed and bruised
from his battle with Tom Weber,
came out of the house. He sian sian-ed
ed sian-ed for the corral, where seven or
eight cowboys were mounting.
The hands shot covert glances
it Alderton, then suddenly the en entire
tire entire body galloped off. Alderton
stoDDed. saw Fred Case coming
out of the bunkhouse,
"What s going on. bere? ne- ae
manded. .. ..
Case regarded biro blandly. : i
dorft know what you mean.
Alderton '-stabbed a. pointing
hand at the Cowboys galloping a-
way. "Why were they just now
leaving? Haven't you got: any
system around1 nere, Keeping me
men loafina around all, hours?
They should have been out at
their worK nours ago;
"They were," replied Case,
stung. "I brought them, in."
"Why?"
"Miss Lily told me, to."
Miss Lily? My wife, Mrs. Al
derton. ." Alderton half turnea,
glanced toward the house.
"Where is she?"
"Gone off.
"Where?"
"I didn't ask her.' Lily had
volunteered the information to
him, but it was true ne naa noi
aalrAri hr
Alrlprtnn awnre. "uase. you r
eettine imoertinent. I've noticed
tht before. Just because you've
been here a few years doesn't en
title you to, any extra tienems, om
hiihii r nit. vp ivir, im nm mini j
work for quite awhile now and I
don't Jike it one bit. I pay, a 'man
a day's wage, I expect a days
work from him. That goes lor
you, as well as anyone around
here"
"Miss Lily pays me," blurted
out Case. "It's her ranch,"
"Oh," said Alderton, suddenly
purring like, a cat about to pqunce
on its prey, "so that's -the way
the wind blows today! You're
cock-of-the-walk again ,, the big
foreman of Lobo. And you prob probably
ably probably heard that my wife and 1
had a little spat last night." His
voice suddenly became hard, and
savage. "You're through here,
Case. Understand? I'm firing. you.
Get your things and get off this
nnill Nfiw!"
Fred Case was stunned.1 He
stood for a moment staring; at
Jeff Alderton, his jaw slack. Then
a shudder ran through him and
he turned sway. -He walkedj to toward
ward toward the ranch office, his shoul shoulders
ders shoulders slumped, his back benp v
LILY entered the bank and
found Marshall Eads coming out
of one of the teller's cages. 'le
came toward her at once.
"Could we talk privately? ; li lily
ly lily asked, -;
Eads looked into her drawn
face, nodded., "Come into the di directors'
rectors' directors' room." '"'f
He led the way to the rear, In Into
to Into a small office, furnished" sim simply
ply simply with a table end. sereral
chairs. ?
Lily sat down at the table,-her
hands clasped tightly together.
She stared at a Currier and aves
print on the wall, a New England
Winter Scene. Eads looked "! down
at her. a moment or two, then mov moved
ed moved quietly to a chair,
"You've had it out with Jeff,
I suppose," he said gently.
For a moment she did hot re react,
act, react, then she nodded.
He shook Ajs head. "I ant not
going to criticize you, XJly,. JJor
Dec. 11, 1911, draftsman, w
Ralph R. Wiggins Dec. 10, 1907,
to .Sept.: 22 1913, engineer R.
Wolverton, April 15, 1905, to Jan,
31 1916, clerk; D. E. Wright, June
1 1904, to May 31 1921 municipal
engineer; John E. Ridge Sri. Oct.
20, 1909, to Oct. 31, 1952 boiler boiler-maker;
maker; boiler-maker; and Walter D. Jones, Dec.
16, 1910 to Jan. 25 1918 shipfiV
ter. ?.;-':.;
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am I going to tell you that I
never approved of your marriage
in tne first place. The right or the
wrong of it isn't important. Your
bresent situation is -important, Li Lily,'
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his
sober mien and a ripple of alarm
eiiui mrougn ner. -wnat is m
my
present situaUon, Vnde Marsh
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It points up time and space prob'
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; has begun o experience, lready, lready,-Jet
Jet lready,-Jet passenger flights at speeds of
600 mphf give rise to the observ-
'ance of .seemingly Impossible
phenomena. For Instance: 't ;
'.t, Early in 1957, when three Air
.foree bombers completed a,
lobe-girdling flight in 45 hours
and 19 minutes (,at average'
.speeds comparable to that of the
bew. jet airliners), a question 1
- arose as to how many sunsets
'and sunrises the fliers had.ob--sersed.
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VThe planes had left California
..tl p. m,; Wednesday, Jan.'.' 16,
... They had flown west to east mt
an" average epeed of 625. mph.
jthVy had been in the air almost"
itwor full days, landing again In
. Calif qrnia at 10:20 a. m. on
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iT0 8Lva thi wm iettr v"
' ceed u tit c crossword pus pus-xlem
xlem pus-xlem using' number instead of
"Utters tor the answer, Insert a
h smgle digit in each f quart. The
cricK is to get answers tnat umh
function across and down. :'
ivmsd : ;' :
li Silver' in the atomic table.
. 3. Half dosen. 1 ?
(i 4, The number of letters in the
- name of the state that contains
Ihenew dead center oty. fi,
6". How "many representatives
are-in the U. S. House of Repre-
, sentatives when that body: tsat
t.ii ...fk. ... "I
that does not contain the "The,"
in "The White House," below the
picture.
0. A dime and a nickel sat on
s fence. The value of. the coin
that fell off first because the
other had too much sense.
10. Value of 0 plus 8 times
minus 44 divided by 3,ote:
Multiplication and division' must
b done first end then the ddi.
tion and subtraction. r -1 ..
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RJGf5;the-ffife. digits
, ,,.S;X4 intoref groups, :(
two'-iuDs havifff twd figures
flrh tinn 4in' havttltf nnl flnin..
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mn that tMa nnmhar fnrmaH ni th
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in a it rum, ill I wci Drum wnen
multiplied by the number formed
by the second group qfjtwo flg
ures, less the central group of one
f figure, win give number that is
t composed jentirely of the Same
- Remember, the Idea is to ar arrange
range arrange the digits in the form of
multiplication.
... T,lme -Umii; for ?the problem la
tJhree muiutes. No-, fair eeking
at the answer below.
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Dotograph for
OUR parka-clad friend,
Meaux, doesn't .have
S. K.
Mnnrh
ifiAnara'trt Irwilt at In hla hnmi :T
"of frozen waste and Ice. Be has
f,ound something, however, which,
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it isn't natural to the land- mm 01 imp, wow ee Fotnted weapon.
, hi.li. W Sthh.v' 'f "Hon, tompletod his foxhole, .48-TiUe of address.
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begin drawing 2 fKSTjfi?' WA S...'

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r surroundings
the object
' line from dot 1 to dot S, etc
until you have reached dot 17.
See if you can guess what the
' subject is before you begin .to
-draw ,Tm can; have soma, fun
adding raaJta-btlievi colors later.
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.Friday, the j.8tn. of January. I
- Naturally,' it: ) assumed that
in forty-eight hours. two sunsets.
- and. two sunrises lure par for the
.. MUrM.:.:fiut.;'fliac'' ,th -planes'
,were ;Bylng away from) the "sun
and p'icking up sun-time, a basis.
for argument appeared. ;
. Stumping the Experts
As it turned out, for a time
even the experts were stumped
by this one, Some said two two
sunsets and two sunrises. Some
: said three. Some said four. And
there were various combinations
of all three.
. Finally; the question was
to the commander of the flight,
i Maor General Archie J. Old.,,
Gen. I Old sUUd unequivocably
that the fliers had seen three of
.' each.
"Let's explain it this way," he Is
With Numerals
. 11. Total' number of legs rep represented
resented represented by animals that make
.'. ,. .
xa. uuh 4. nci o low io may
of committees of one:
A lot less talk and a lot
more done. 1
15. Mathematics Is the got?
ten subject as well as the sub subject
ject subject everybody gets.
16. Just one of those things.
lJAge at death ?o kljssts
President, John Adams,
jr I, The xeTip'ftnesse" suggest
a game placed bfy "Jiow thany fr
J.' The. date, when Congress,
rules' that sa .'new star should be
added tftU. fl., flag., ,
3. Flfty-flfteenT
4. Middle Age: When 's hair
turning .from gray
wacie.
i
fl. odajrs 'id a ft youngster
.; can't count: from one to ten, but
he sure can count from
ICsUUCUl W1U11U We o
;'. 12 Too funny for words.
-' 13. Official salute to President
of S. In guns.
14. Garibaldi lived in the th
century.
1 Looks like an egghead.
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Hittiin tU Dirt
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0N A Ptclflo Island threatened
- V by, invasion forces, three sol- i
dier started at fl p, m. to dig
two foxholes. On of them, work
two,, working at the same speed,
made their foxhole two yards by
two yards and two yards deep; At
what hour Old they complete their
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that m, aunilfht mn.! dark wa

wen fn the air three entire nighta
and twp entire daye and part
of twq daya. We were epeeding
toward theaun at half again the
rate it waa apeeding toyard ua.
Thia,cut our eun-time daye to
aixteen tioura rather than twenty
. four. Halt the time it waa dark,
;hLlf the time daylight' ',
The first sunaeW.be said, waa
about three hours after the 1
p. m. take-off in the Great Lakes
area, where local time waa then
clearing 6 pv m.
Eight-Hour Intervals
-Thereafter,' sulnnses and sun sunsets
sets sunsets came at eight-hour intervals.
.Sunrise,' over the Atlantic; sun sun-:
: sun-: set,' over Savidi j Arabia; sunrise,
"just off the Malayan coast; sun-
set, Guam, and finally sunrise off
the California coast : 1
"There was quite some discus discussion
sion discussion about it on the flight" Gen.
did aaid. "But What I want to
know Is this; Hiving crowded
three day's and three nights Into
ferty-eight hours, does that make
, me one day oldti than I am?"
Anyone care to take it from
' there f l. ''
TPHfl following twelve sentences
. I- re Jncomplete. How quickly
can'vou assUm the twelve worda
given, below to the 'sentences to
which they properly belong T
1. Locomotives have'
t. The mocking bird
5. Jieui York'is o ..........
, ..Uany autos need Hem .......
6. Chicago is a.....
6. Seven stripes of the Flag
are .,.......'.
7. Soldiers carry .,
8. Bombers are built fa.,,
S. 'Snow wiB, .
....... a
to. Steamships -have
11. One variety of rose is
It. A. spider can catch a
These are the. twelve words
which must be used: Drift tires,
engine city, white, bells, whis whistles,
tles, whistles, fly, state, packs, dive, red.
' 'UI tj -SWIM. It
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IS
SEYMOUR SQUIRREL'S nut nut-gathering
gathering nut-gathering chore seems sudden suddenly
ly suddenly to have gone to his head. Not
only does Seymour see. a face on
eaohrof the acorns m the batch
before him, but two othe faces
appear to be twins,
Is Seymour imagining things?
rrouo
tfta?t jdf ioi to deolde
" v To -qualify as twins, of course,
duplicales must be alike In all
defalks mouth, nose, eyes, hat,
: etc; Remeniber the' question
.' botheYhig Seynoilr ur this: Is he
, orls'he not Seeing 'double? How
"quijbklx can yoii answer?
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.. By fiupene Shaffer
f- : HORIZONTAL
X 1-Soa of Znpah (Gea SS:28
4 A city of the tribe of Benja-
mia (Josh, 18:23)
Canvu shelters.
14 XJriclose (poet)
U5 Msrble. ;
vlSrMistreat-
17 She : betrayed Samson (Judg.
18:18) (.
19-The beasts' and the elders fell
; down before him (Rev, 8;l)
21 Hebrew month.
22 Romen road.
23 Dothl to your enemies (Luke
, '- 6:2?r; : .;,
.' 24 Frilrl title.
.25 Rescued.
.27 Csn this bear figs? Uaa 2:12)
28 Misplaced;
29 Abound,
30 Wilderness In the Joilrney of
. the Israelites (Ex. 16:1)
v- 31 Fly, aloft '1. .'
33 2o astray.
34 Drenches.
f 38 Buffoons
.39 Greek letter.
io-Testimwtary document
41 Pav attention. s
43-Beholdl j
edHow many sons did Sob have?
48 Pointed weapon.
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53 Be not mrunk with this (Eph.
j, : o:iai
85--Young salmon.
57 Christ was crucified on this. -'
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,61 Neuter pmnoitn, v

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This Gives Away Ages

TXB table of
figurea-iright)
is a handy, thing
to have Whenever
you wish to know
a person's a-ge.
All you heed do
if, of course,
he or she la co cooperative
operative cooperative Is to
show him the ta table
ble table and ask bim
what column or
columns his age
is found in. Add
-the numbers on
the top of these
; columns and they
will total his age.
This table can
only be used for
ages up to 31.
,To demonstrate
i how the table is
used, let's sup sup-pbse
pbse sup-pbse someone's
age is 37.
Studying the
table, we find 27
in columns one,
two, if. our and
fiv4.
Heading these

I I U I S I 16
3 3 5 9 IT
5 6 6 10 18
7 7 7 II 19
9 10 li IZ 20
II 13 13 21
13 II- 14 11- 11
J5 S J5 I5 23
It It 20 24 24
19 19 21 25 25
21 22 22 2( 26
23 23 23 27 27
IS 26 28 28 28
27 27 29 29 29
29 30 30 30 30
31 31 31 31 31
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columns are the figures one, twe, eight and sixteen.
Add these and' the sum is 27.
You may wish to give some thought to a table
which will provide a greater age range.
Plus and Minus Computation
PLACE two plus and two minus signs in the row
of figures below so that the total given is correct:'
I 7 5 4 I X lareai
Answer in 60 seconds, if you can.
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DRIVING HIM:

Jesting in Cryptography
AN .UNKNOWN wthor has provided us with this
bit of humor which is presented in the form' of
"a substitution cryptogram, The object 6f this type
crypt of course, Is to replace the substitute letters
'with the original letters and thereby restore the
poem to its original form.
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BS-CattieTieedinr, troughs. myl WhatVilor. was- the
86 Caudal appendagea '.thronaf Rev. .20:11)

88 Leaf oroufht beck to the Ark
by the dove (Gen. 1:11)
70 French writer.
71 Theme paper,
72 Auctions.
73 Decimal unit
VERTICAL
1 No one can serve Him and
mammon (Luke 16:13)
2 Imitate.
' 3 To releese.
4 Lost color.
5 Substance from seaweeds.
6 College cheer.
7 Nesr.
8 Father of Eliab (Num. 1:9)
B Domeiticeted.
19 Recede. .
11 Greek letter.
12 Russisn rulers.
13 Month Jn which the word of
: the Lord came to Zecherith
JZech. 1:71
18-beUiL
30 The birds.
23 Loop 0 a chain.

ze snape. 1
25 Treads; :;
'28 Eagle's best.
27 Small bottles.
28 Deposited.,,
SO The sun.'
32 Tenth of an ephah. ?
34-CaroL. v;;
SVtClip with scissors. '
37New Testament nam for Eli-
; jah Mat 17:10) s
88 Varieties, j
40 Hsd been, ...
42 Auditory organ.
45-Outlet
47-Skin mouth.
: 48 Earliest '.
80 Pair of matched oxen.
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BJfcCT of this
puule is to
use three colored
pencils or cray crayons
ons crayons to shade in
the various seg segments
ments segments of the dia diagram
gram diagram without
, placing the same
color in adjoining
areas. ..
Tip: It is eaaiei
to correct an er error
ror error if you pencil
in initials of col colors
ors colors first
If others are to
try, cover dia diagram
gram diagram with tissue
each time.
Riddles
VVTHAT kind of
" a theft may
be. said to be the
least dangerous?
jm v iiuiiy
Why' should
shoemakers make
the best fight fighters?
ers? fighters? nog iint

Practice
F

PLD this page so you can
place this keyboard above the
corresponding keys on the piano
or; accordion, ahd sound these
notes:
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ABGD1GGAABDBG
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G G El El F A F Dl Dl
G U El El F Dl CI B CI
Dl El F G E A C B G

NUTS?
See if you
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contains a key
word which you
. are asked to idenT
tlfy, Begin by
copying all of the
letters now show showing
ing showing in the empty
spaces of respec respective
tive respective vertical
rows. Then,, using
trial and error,
form new short
words In the hort hort-sontaj
sontaj hort-sontaj rows until
you have found
all the letters of
the rkey worda
across the tops of
the blocks.
Answers below,
j iqfttod
q tmui noiimos
-J -qj iu uijoj
-((d ,pn mwDiou
'jDflii nut
ejJt iaiaf

em petneqe q je
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54-PirtlCles.
56 Where Paul was taken aboard
snip w go to Muetus tAcu
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17 Fruit of pme trees.

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a Tune
-HERE are al
ways several
persons at a
party who are
celebrating some something
thing something a birth birthday,
day, birthday, promotion,
homecoming, etc.
Select two or
more of these1
persons to be
B
"Honor Guests."
recognize It as the Redistributed and
- time favorite.

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.62 Note in Guldo's scale.
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4 Regret extremely.
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69 Note in the;stsle.'
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Hats Off to Head Men

.Persons who gain tHls distinction are asked to
serve as head men in an amusing game.
Remaining guests are divided into teams of at
least six persons each. Assign an. "Honor Guest"
to each team. ,
Each team member, is given an od hat with
which lie is to do some "crowning.;'
. Object of the game is to see which team can
stack all its "crowns" atop its "Honor Guest's"
head first
If a hat falls or the stack topples, hats must be

stacking begun again.

Nearly everyone has an old hat collection which

canbe used, for this game. If you do not have one,
ask guests to bring them. Teams should include at
least a half dozen members each, depending on the
else and types Of hats available.
Of course, all Sharp objects should be removed
from the hats before play begins.

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It began, with spirited laniard ne:(rmesr. mice, jneajpers, , v. .. t
at 5c3ttp.. and ended unoretlmi (lie miliary tma m d.y hero;-,A photo montage Of trie
10 hours la & villi, a cheer 'fMru;andep;eiM!niatfws Horn i among r -r,on how will be found
weary ..worke-s who arrd;tte.r itheir !epe:nte..tsl all jQ)i4. hands t c,eno" now Wl" Vs 'w""u
eltorts had net ed $7,000, That wj t maJkeitbei jveuture, success, on the center, page Or this
the itory of the lelethoitu staged i T-hey,. ituitcibuted nut- only m" tnnnUmmnl- V

last Saturday and Sunday overuhanev.i iimei and iJtalent. .fruit. nour

i f r.aru warn ami pre-

Caribbean Forces Network for teal and hour

benefit of the united tunas tio-.u:
From dusk ta dawn ranti! s
listeners and TV viewers all o o-ver
ver o-ver tha Isthmus war practical-,;
ly glued to their sets, watching;
and listaning ta stollar parada,
of talent, keeping labs an spirit-;
ad bidding as a variety af ar--tides
was .auctioned, -and m Ic Icing
ing Icing tolaphena raquest accempM.
nied by p'adgas that htlpad
swatf tba Unitad Fund totaLO t
The telethon was one of the mosi
amb'tioui community pHicip pHicip-tion
tion pHicip-tion projects Panama ever -i has
knon.
Businessmen and entertainers
from the Republic, school kids
from the Zone, civilian employes

of the Panama Canal Company and

Jiminary plar.n ng. But it was al
fun anit -fa was rttil worthwhile.
Fortjtlaytojf was the hub of ac activity
tivity activity Army t buses-, and v private
tars loaded j with entertainers and
volunteer i. workers, kept Military
Police'-busy i the ate.
lns!d the' CFN stuOios': there
wasn't an inch' pf room 1o spare
as dir'ectWi.' Wco: m-nagers and
engineers took care of the technic technical
al technical details and got he entertaining
acf.s set up In fast sequence so that
the show woutf not 1,' for a mo moment
ment moment Talaphenas langfed ineatsanN
ly as tha public raspondad with
contributions to tha plaas of
CFN program diractor Jim Pat Pat-tison
tison Pat-tison and CFN staffars Sgt.

Chuck fannar anj Sp. S Joo Pa Paly,
ly, Paly, who sharad tha amcaa choras.
Streaming through the entrance
.hroughoui the evening were vo.
lun'eer performers, workers, offi officials
cials officials and representatives of com

mercial firms bringing in Jarge

checks for the Untcd fund.
Because of the long iiours, ev everyone
eryone everyone had to be organ xed n
shifts all but Pattison, Renner
and, Daly who just kept going any anyhow.
how. anyhow. k
Pattisan and Daly had canvas canvassed
sed canvassed the best known clubs in Pana Panama
ma Panama C ty and Colon and had pre pre-suaded
suaded pre-suaded them to part with their
entertainers for scheduled portions
of the night long show. j.

vtwj hours for their,, turns before.

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THE PUBLIC kept the telephones ringing most of the night These pretty volunteers received all manner of odd requests
that kept the dollars rolling in. V

Easily fha afar apparanca was Men, CW0 Ernest K. Hock
that af Luche Azcarrags and-hia. tiift 79ih Army Band in a v;t-ij
Can unto. So many raquasts wa-a 'tnusicl program, '
phaned In for sanctions by Lu- Harnet. and."Punn and their stuV stuV-cha,
cha, stuV-cha, that it got ta ba question. dents;1 and the" ,Dores.e Wa tes.'
whathar ha would gat back ta tha dance 'classed ta?ged a' varje.y'
Tivoli Guest Houa btforei tha, 0 daitcesfor the I'nited Fund, tl
guatts 'hara finally last their pa- J particula r these well kncwn.dance'
tianco Mhouah thav wara : in.true.ork and the"r ernuns nf

watching hint parform on ttltvi-' pupils had waited for more than

Pro'essional talent included, the

At Mar.in dOrchestra- and acts;

the Club Ritz show,, featuring ji
particular Xos Carlon s; Maxim's
floor show, with Geo-se 'The Ba

ron" Bryan. Lord .Delicious and

Violetta; the Johnson Bays; the

Danny Bishop Orchestra and acts;
the Dimaond Aces; the Orchids;
singers Roberto Blondel and Hen

ry Joseph; the S ar Glow ; the

Rhythm Ramblers; the Velva Velva-'ones;
'ones; Velva-'ones; and Dick Massey and the
Cotton P'ckers. t -:
In a c" ass by tiverqseives were
Ronnie Amato and his family trio;

and his : combo, the Tired Old

the camera.

, Patience was the ; : evening's

watchword for all hands in the
station. .
Successive groups of gir's and.,
young lad'ei took their turn man-j.
ningthe .telephones. ,
About one and a half hours were,
ail they could be expected to stand;
at a time as the flosd of, calls
came into CFN offers of dona donations,,
tions,, donations,, requests- fcr acts, bids fof
the many items which were auc
tioned off on tha air.
Telephone 'girls from Ba'boa
Higi School were Haydee Mendez,
Melissa Downing, Cecilia Eggles Eggles-ton,
ton, Eggles-ton, Sirah Whitener, Martha Mil Miller,
ler, Miller, i Glor'a Tolc'dano, Mary Wat Watson,
son, Watson, Judy Ro'.z, Mrna Pierce,
Sandra KcKay, Jackie King, Rutli
Schmelzer, Mary Hicks and Ada
Tapia. ,
Students f-om, the Canal .Zoqe
Junior College ;who answered
phones were Beaupre Preston, Ma-
ry Rentz, .Sylvia Johnas. on, Do Dorothy
rothy Dorothy Rose, Saundra Metheny, A A-melia
melia A-melia Luddy and Marjorie Smith.
They were rel eved by Mrs; Mg
Ramsey, Mrs.i: Vincent B. Gannon,
Miss Emily Wilkinson, Mrs.Fran Mrs.Fran-ces
ces Mrs.Fran-ces Journey, Mrs. Margaret Jan.
ssen, Mrs Barbara Bran'ley,
Mrs. Eleanor Hifks,' Mrs. Patsy
Hunte", Mrs. Sue Daly, Mrs. Char Char-lot'
lot' Char-lot' e Jacobs and Mrs. Lucy Cro Crowe
we Crowe 1. --As
the calls came In, the girls
made out forms, These were then
rputed to the confirmation desk.
At th's point the Panama Canal
Company members of the United
Fund took over, headed by Philip
L. Steers JV and Robert" -F.
Roche. ;
. Tha worker on' the" verification
: desk called tha donor to esta establish
blish establish that ha or ah had actoat actoat-y
y actoat-y made tha call this was in
order ta prevent ambarrassment
;ta possible victims foj practical
oka. Handlinq verification war
Mrs. Alice Roeha, William P. ',
O'Sullivan, and' Kenneth R. -Booth.
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. Then one copy of the form was
sent in to the announcers so that
the donation, bid or request could
be aired.
Other forms went to the account accountants,
ants, accountants, all from the company. They
were R. N. Bowen,?Donald H. Bt-

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land, E. J. Lucas, Jack Campbell,
M colra R." Wiwe.er, "William C.

Graham, V Ms Spender, W Ui:n
j J Powell, John' A. McNatf.'Grover
Luce; Carl M. 'Pajak.1 'Assisting
were Mrg. Pajak and Mrs. Bowen.
F One form went downstairs t the
radio cab room, from which .Army
, and Panama" Canal radio cabs
were being dispatched. A radio car
- and a keyman would be sent; out
a a route, ,- pre'erably to make
ever at col eouons on one tr.p. An
i eltional collections to be- made
; were radioed to the driver and
keymen during 'the trip,
.The six P. Canal cars were con
-trolled by a ham jietwork operat operat-v
v operat-v ed by these members of the Canal
" iina at m aTniin PnHin A Apt(i.tiAM
Mr, and Mrs.' Ralph Harvey.' Dun
" can Brown, Jack Hern, Robert E.
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VauchWand WiUard W, Percy
Four Army cars were con rolled
by the -regular radio dispatch!
equipment whlen had been moved
from Corozal to- CrN far the pur purpose.
pose. purpose. In charge of Army operations
was Capt. Mar:on J. Schoenfelt of
the USARCARIB Transportation
Section. All radio "dispatchers and
drivers were from the Corozal Ma-
tor Poo'. Radio'n"" instructions
were Sgt. Jtio B. Perez and Pf j.
Merle J. DeWeeseV
Tak'ng turns dtrivng cars we'e
Pfcs. B E. Luckenbaugh, L. "V.
unes.'A; R. Ranako, II. W.-Muir;
Gordon A. Ilgenfrrtz end H. SrJe SrJe-kmson.
kmson. SrJe-kmson. T
Keym.en who rodd out Id mike
collections during the even'ns were
from the Panama Canal Company,
lTed Melanson, Dick Egotr; JoyirJ
on a show-stopplnjt number that

Welborn. Wi liamBailev

military Installations on the Isthmus were amoneJhose contributing their talent. Here the Tired

i Morales, Dale Kiegley, Cecil Ko-
ve Leo r avrot,- Bill W cnman,
George Vieto, 'Mike Cdfctt Sr. an?
F. A. Baldwin.-
Other keymen were: S-Sgt. Shel
don Rude and Duncan-Laird of
Caribbean Air Command; Seamen
John Brinkly and Tom Bell of 15 h
Naval' District; M-Sgt. Carlos De
Soto-,- Sg''- Jo:epb Skaggsand Sgt.
Wendell Donley, all of the-4th Gua
BattaJ on-, bUth Artil'ery; and S c.
Gene W. Fowler, of the U.S Ar Army
my Army Gafiwm at Fort Clay.onj-c--
Meanwhile a reception desk- in
the -lobby of GEM was maintia maintia-ed
ed maintia-ed to hande con. i-ibut ions which
were brought "in: route off cials.
workers and entertainers .and,
greet people who came in to sing
or act in response to requests from
the "audience,
- Responsible for the reception

rocked the rafters and had everyone's foes tapping.

desk were Sfcs. James. M Hunter
and Ralph Li Hughes; Sgt. Phi Philip
lip Philip W.'Huton and Sp.J4 Kenneth
R. Trahan, all of the USARCARIB
Information- Ofiice;and 'lrem the
Panama Canal Company,' Mrs; Jes Jessie
sie Jessie Degenaar and -Miss Bitsy Fren Fren-sely,
sely, Fren-sely, 1 ' ,r
i. M -Sgt;, Robert L.'' Groovett drove
an Army J photographer! from1 Co
roJial, Sp. 4 Paul W Johnson,
from club to club as he took large
polaroid pictures of the1 telethon

parties to be televised, during the
evening by, CFN.1 Meanwhile, Sp.i
4 Fleetwood H. fcroggs, also from
corozai, ana unier idok. p c c-tures
tures c-tures of the en.ertaimtienlm the
studio. .-
Army buses from' the Corozal
Motor Pool drove on repealed trips
Iol pick: up entertainers- for -the
telethon and retirn them to their

clubs The (drivers were Sp. 4 Tho Thomas
mas Thomas K. Morris, hp. 4 uvi e
and .Pfc;Jamcs.-Uocpers rw-j
i. On llie- Atlan.ic s ue c the Isth Isth-mus,
mus, Isth-mus, Lt.- Col: Robert II. Evans Evans-arranged
arranged Evans-arranged for J contributions" i
residents- of- For.s Davis and Du Du-lick
lick Du-lick to be picked up by Army-os
dispatched irom the Officers Club Club-at'Fwt
at'Fwt Club-at'Fwt iuhek.
Similarly; at least 2 Canal' Com Company
pany Company cras were-' dispatched "to
Atlantic side' commun.ties by Hen-

y'lK carpenter and toai el er,
opera Ung a temporary; ofiice1 "n
the Carpea.er' home.-, ft
Isthmus-wide tela hoit parlies
were hi progress as s 'eups tarje
andcmall ga:iieed at Ihe Tivo Tivo-li
li Tivo-li -GuesH fioiise. Fart imnior
Legion Club, the Breakers' Chj'o,
! the Cristcbal Yacht Ciub and at
' efficer clubs, non commission commission-d
d commission-d o.ficers clubs and serv.sa
clubs at military ins.allatians.
Television. se.s were installed -a-bout
the clubs and gj&sls v:.e
encouraged not, on y to enjoy the
show but also to olace co.kriju co.kriju-tions
tions co.kriju-tions in large jars and phone n
pledges, bids and requests.
A the hours wore on th2xe-iK5S
plenty of excitement to keep ev everyone
eryone everyone oh his toes, and there was
food to sa.isfy the inevitable hung
er.
L, A. 1 erguson, tepresenting
the Panama Cknal Company,, do donated
nated donated box after box of sandw chs
and. pound on pound of co fee. Tlia
Fort Kobbe Caapel provided the
coffee urns which bubbled through
out most of the nig'it -.
Meanwhile the CFN "fjont men'
were backed up by directors Sea Seaman
man Seaman Bruce C, Nea'e, Sf c. Lloyd
J. Dollings and' Sp.?- 4 Dav:d 3.
Platts; Cameramen Gary J, Wag Wagner,
ner, Wagner, Sp". 4 P. J. Jacobs, Sp 4
Jack R. Hawkinson, Seaman An An-pren'ice
pren'ice An-pren'ice J. H. Chr slensen and
Sp. 4 I. M. Selig. Pvt. J, D. Fin Fin-ley
ley Fin-ley operated the audio controls.
.Floor manager in the stud o was
Seaman J. J. Crowell. In charge
of the engineers was R. A. Botzen Botzen-may
may Botzen-may er. His crew included Sfc.
Frank J. Harrison and Pre. V, P.
Z ebart.
Operating the radio controls for
the show which wa simucst
' throughout over both radio and te
levision were SSgt. G. Stone
and Sp. S W. N. Milhauser. Sp. 4
Jim Giampaoli -designed and paint painted
ed painted the scenes,
t Volunteer coordination was 'n
charge of Capt. Wyatt E. HAH.
(More photos on page six).
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New TotJl harkr u W; Whinto ftocMIr
gTral f the HitUr mf
A NAME FOR ALL
Moenmoth nd trwhopp: ,tht PM
- And still wtn on, unUrnlihe of tht nam
' Wc pinion to your bodlta to Manage f. :
Our BnTy of your freedom wt muat m1m v
Because we are uaurpera, aod chgrlnd
And take the wing mnd scar It to th hand.
Namea we have, even, to dap on the wind;
But we must die, as you, to understand.
I dreamed that all mendropped their namee, and aang
A only 'they ran praise, who build their daya
With fin and hoof, with wing and aweetened fang
Ctruck free and holy In one Name always.

AND BEES OF PARADISE

I had come all the way here from the sea.
Yet me the wave again between your arms
Where cliff and citadel all verily
Dissolved within a sky of beacon forms
Sea jardens lifted ralntow-wlw. through eyes
I found. j."
Yes, tall, inseparably our daya ..
Pass sunward. We have walked the kindled skies -Inexorable
and girded witfc your praise, v
By the drove filled, and bees of radtee.
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ROYAL PALM
(For Grace Hat Craae)
Green rustlings, more than regal charities
Drift cooly from that tower of whispered Hfht,
Amid the noontide's biased asperities ;
T watched the sun'a most gracious apchorit.
Climb up as by communings,' year on year 1
Vneaten of the earth or auxht earth holds, .
And the grey trunk, that's eleohajitlne, rear
Its frondtags sighing Jn aethereal folds.
Forever fruitless, and, beyond that yield
Of sweat the jungle oreeses with hot love
And tendril till our deathwarri .breath te-seald
It graaes the horteons, launched above
Mortality ascendinx emerald-buHht,
A fountain at salute. crown in view
tTnshackled, eesual nf It smre4 height
As though it soared ."JChwtsd through heaven too,

isiclliellrlh Merj-Yosrii:

Cut Ci Records'

THE AIR PLANT

,.;-. (ra4 Ca'yMaa) -1? j J' f' : :
This tuft that thrive on saline nothingness, -.
Inverted octopus with heavenward arms
Thruqt parchlne; front a nalro-bole bard by the cove
A- bird almost or almost bird alartasY '
Is pulmonary to the wind thai Jars
Its tenacles, horrific in their lurch,
The lizard's throat, held bloated, for a fly, '
Balloons but warily from this throbbing perch.-
The needless and hack-saws of cactus bleed ; :
A milk of earth when stricken off the rtalk;
But this, defenseless, t hornless, sheds- on blood.
Almost no shadow but the air's thin talk.:
Angelic Dynamo) Ventriloquist of the Blue!
While beachward creeps the shark-swept Spanish Main
By "what eon unc 1 ons do the winds appoint n:
It apotheosjnt Ust V-r the hurricane,' j

StOAOWAY OICftT,

The- AP keadluMd a story from

by a flagpole sitter atop a 5 foot
pole. That's practically tha plot

of "The Great Magoo", a great

flop, by Bea Hecht and Ckarlea
MacArtbar. .Abbe Laoe'a dev
criptWD f her latest movie role;

ri. pese for J paiaturgs. una wer-

Hig a aowa, eae wearing ngoiw,

mmA one wcarinc aw". . V The

costume designer for "O&ee Alor!

With I'eeuog" is a : chap naae
Seaaai.(Isaacs -backward). 4

Victor Boris k the aola Ur

booked for the Astecttaed Press

editors (TOO) Coaveatiod t Fieach

Lick, MoV. 14th ."La Tlwm

Ma Taste the Frencn itevue m
American) was .embraced "by the
PbiUv critics.7 Opeae here Nov.

Uth. .Doat expect La Baroot 10

make a mat over here.; Am

Fraaoa ahe. gete $150,000 pec pic

ture and pays Kaetkaity bo taxes.

Sbo mast earn a Ifillio ia H'wood

to keep a little leas Hue 0100,00ft

. .The folks who work with retry

Com say that "the closest to

tesaperaneat he ever eonae ia

shruafV-. .Add found alikes: Nat

(King) Cola's "'Noa Dimeadcar"

a ad the oldie, "Yaw Xaow Yc

Beloag Ta Somebody Else .

The reasoa for Miss Ifearoe's hi;

NEW YORK UPl) W The. bar-

mooiea. ia recent years, has e

merged as a first-class musical

lastrumea because of improve

meats ia it constructioa and the

iaventivene:s of cer aia professioa-

ai artists.

Larry Adler.s. name is syooiy
mous with t he harmonica. But oth

ers have helped lift the harmoni

ca from toe mouth-organ s.ace.

Among them s Johany Puleo; Uie
tiny foil ef the late Borrah Mia-

nevi'ch.

'JTohaay Puleo and His' Har-

monca Gans. Vol. 2 (Audio-

Fideli'y AFLP-18SS) hows what

caa b flint with his nstrumeat.

Oa'y ttarmenica are asad by
fulee -!'' h raur efta

tbr it 4he Jllusiaa l a. small
a-ches'ra. r
Pudo's telec ions range from
he preeatious "Sabre Dance"' o
"Sweetheart of Sigma ChL? Af After
ter After hear ag (hi groun. the ristea ristea-er
er ristea-er qu'ekly wiU agree tha you caa
may someJhins other, than "Home
Sweet Home" on the mou h- ic-

Vine HarmunicaU m the- Taad

of Hi Fi" (Me-cury MG -20332) 4a

'more' mfcrmil than the Puleo LP

ton u o- equzl tn'eres i unl ke

Pa eo.the Ifarmonicats play wih
a hoaibo instead, of jreiviac" law

harmooica alone..: Bui the teats
are uit etfclenl land her orec orec-eata
eata orec-eata 'on of "Dlnane." "Twlf h

Street Kag and- 'Heat of My
Heart" ia exhiU-Vtinj.
Blmd oay Terry s cast fat
e tuBaartina rU an "raHatr
iaia aallara Sinas Btoas an4.
felk Sanot" (VaMard VUV
. Setters ia a great blues singer a
'one bu wih the help oJ Terry's

harmoa ea and such, smemea s

Sir Charwa Thompson aa tha pia pia-ao.
ao. pia-ao. Ruby'Braff' n .the frumpy

and io JTones ea. the drams. ha

has ti'med out a eol'ec or'r i ew.
Tona la pops "Another Day, An-

Siaae' ly. IWahami varroll

from fta mdv t '"'The F!g Conn
!ry" Uai ed AnOs's UA 142
"Marian Love aU" by' UckO

weas (Orbi VR-52MI. VBliie Mooa"
by fmaty Bowea Koulett R -41021,

"Be Mine Tsolght". by Duke Mit Mit-che
che Mit-che I with -good backing- by ; Bi;ly
Ward (liberty F&U5S). "Count

DOwa" by Ruddy Morrow (RC4,
Vic'or 47 7333) and "Lover Boy"
by he Gi I ones t Decea 30726)7
.P of fca W it "aUfaadiwa"
by aamadin Read Eaia U4 U4-341L
341L U4-341L Sengs styled hf a yewng
bdv worth watch ina.

SVreoseope "South Pacific'
by Fred Waring and the Pennsyt Pennsyt-vanians.
vanians. Pennsyt-vanians. ?Caoi'ol ST-99). The
rohsle frd.o Rodgers and Him Him-mers'e'n's.
mers'e'n's. Him-mers'e'n's. modern clsss'c b b-come
come b-come even, more enjoyable when
nlsyed on a s ere phonograph.
The nity of this recording is

superb... ,

swiveliaj -walk j She hat double-,
joiated knees. -"
' Jackie Gleasoa'a declaraboa of
war: "The public is looking lor,
eatertaiasaeaC the critics are look

mg. for mistakes"; .'.The re-,

viewers who argue that La iayior,
is giving, bee first superior' per-;
seraaaace ia "Cat" forget her ae

iuxa emeting la "A Place ja the
Sun". ; . Refer a she clicked;

big Kiav Stanley spent two
years searching for an acting job
. JMdja kaow that Lynn Footan Footan-aa
aa Footan-aa fashions her own bats?.
France Suzk Woagl Nuyea w
scrcea -tested for "Around .the
World ia 10 Days' and; was Jura

ad dowa-because' aha could only

apeak French, : .tfarteaa Diet-;

Ticb'd deft diagaosisr "It eeems

that talkinf to; a frien has gone
out of style. Mow you have to pay

money to aa-aaalytt'V. .Neal
Coward'a actiag formula: "J a a t

say your lines aad try to keep
out of tha' way of tha furniture."

' After anc years oa TV (with a

staff af U0) Danny Thomas has
never fired anybody. .vWbea you
sac Aaaa Baacroft' drinking wine
ta "Twa for the Seesaw", she's
gulpiaa: taa real thing. : Enrol
ftyaa is Ma iawa severest critic.
Accurately describes himself as
"a 47 year aid delinquent". .
Whea Richard Rodgers is fiager fiager-Jiggiag,
Jiggiag, fiager-Jiggiag, aa'a at work eompasiac. :
Never they aay. playa the piano
for relaxation ar amusemeat, .
Kim Novak ; aaks interviewers to
bring tape-recorders. Te : prevent
being misquoted. devcT. . Cary
Grant ksists that tfae way to stay
stim is to think slim. V Tow look
a here.- The way to lose weight is
to starve. Dim food no fat!.
Siaatra's beat kept secret. His mid
die aama ia Albert.
Blscksloaa- Hotel phone ops re

ceived instructions to address Doug

las Fairbanks. Jr.xaa Sir Douc

las" or "Your Lordship"., . (Ifi.

lMugieu. .sum novak a auote:
"All mea arc alike; mystery js
Ute,r favorite food", They would
have yoa believe that Van CQburn
ains his emotional ta p p e a t at

Sarah B a b c a c k. who turos at

NYCs Emotional Appeal Institute
. A. Japanese movie fan sent

$288 to be used- for floral decora

tions on Jimmy Dean s 'Indiana
firave.. .From Josh Logan's by-

lined piece .in Esqu're: WMbaut
a single-line of favorable publicity
in the newspapers 'Wish You Were

Ilere'ontiaued to sell out for two
years".": .(Wwell, noww, WWait

a aiaaitl). I 'Remember that

? story about h miss ng model?
Disaopeared 11 months' ago dur

ing Mike Todd's Madison So.

ttardea party.';, Well, she wit

tn--ed up, explaining: "I met this

fellow, wa sot married and now
we're divorced.1. '"''.

The Pleasure of His Comoaav"

got rave aottces. Ia short: It's

Funantmous!. Betty 'Ana Grove's

eat. Com meat aa, Barrio Chase,

Mr. Astalra s new dancing parm-

er: "sua aitcned ner wagon to As

taire". .Gary Cooper said it fr

aU who make a lot af .money: "I

keep working because I'm in the
M percent tax brackeU'V

soma people are never satisfied.

Jayaa Maaufieid said: "I don't

want a big bust!"... .This is bow

it happened: Compose Meredith

Willsoa phoned producer Keraiit

Bioamgaroe aad asked him to

luiea to Us "Music Man" score.

Success is -Like This: Mrs.

Boone confessed to a newsman;

to is-the lack of privacy ; our ;
lives.; The desire for a few days t ?

lone just to enjoy each, other is,
almost aa acbe", .'Aeve Allea'a h
writing' abffiry.u'not surprising; 1.
He" majored m journalism ''at -.
Drake Univ. ". .Although JEva

Mane Saint's mother ;is Draneue,,

and her fattier has v black 3unr

la is blonde and her. sister a

redhead. .".Ethel Barry more sue- 1.

ciat criticism at Uevisioa; "It s ;

heU" : .Passengers who wuig'U r

across the Atlantic wiia miss

Garba report she is a bmg-dls- ... --v

taoca gum-ciiewer.".' .' .Tennessee .
WilUams puto Jt this ways'- "I t

write oecause 1 lave wrmng. u a .

what I know haw to da, and. I
wat hours a day. What else ia

there?". .( 2 r a a. e t? Ping .,.
PoagT). .Ooa't miss enjoying f

"Tha Art af Uly Peas," long piay

Tha K. Y: PoQc Department's,

order forbidding potke .(off-duty) i

from staying ia taetr awa preont- 7: ..

has the rank aad file confused. .;

They claim that tiageriag aro-.ndf

your awa beat aa err hours ,ns.
helped solve many a crimes In: v
fact, bey aeiat out, the ltth Squad,'
detectives aad police, who captur-; -. .;

ed patralmaa McDermot (be Itil-' t-'

lad 4 until he was shot), ward off'

duty at tha, note aad in their own.

I

bits in 'the Group Theater for! X,

years before The Big. Break.-

f (:

Pat f
nan! t

Playwright John Osborne'j iie iie-up
up iie-up af British theatergoers:1- "Ta
them the theater is something you

da after ouaner, and use it as a
sor of pleasant indigestion pill"...!

. .rroducer atoger Mevens will
be involved ia If Broadway shows

this season. Julie Harris road,
to stardom: Summer stock, Yale
School at Drama Actor's StudiOk

Broadway. . .Walter Chewning,"

the whii. respoaauMle for the color,

photography ia' "The Big Cowk

try" picture, rates recogmuonr So

have some here. ."The Maurice
Medoc Album" had? several re recording
cording recording reviewers de s c r i b 1 n g

Medoc Van a .French pianist. Ha

is actually Hal Schaefer a Yankee

Doodler. .. : .Sa adfbrd Meisner is

featured to Eli Wallach's Broad

way-bound starrer. "The Cold

Wind and the Warm." Meisner

was Wallach's first dramatic.

coach when he started at the

Neighborrhaod Playhouse. .

When at Danny's Hideaway ask

for The LampUfhter" drink, i .

Funny Broadway 111101. The

cr.rlcs have had more flops tbaa
the producers.

" rictie
AROUND THK WORLD WLTH
AUNTIC ilAMR-Patrkk Den Dene's
e's Dene's ; f
LUL1TA Vladimk Wafcokov
ANATOMY OF A MURDER -Robert
Traver "-.'.
THE ENEMY CAMP Jereme
WeUmaa
THK KING MUST DIE Mary Ra'
nault a t
THE (MAGE MARERS-Berna 4'

V. Dryer

'1.. v'.. 1

He played.it for h!m next day ind. DOCTOR EHI V AGO Boris TP star

signea tna contract mat nignt. ;.

Lena fiarna,who has been given

so many nappy newspaper notices,'
allegedly never reads them. -'
Jimmy Durante.- whose net dish

is apple pie,-eats only tue-rst

and leaves tha apples.. ..Radio

aty Music lUITs weekly payroll

is about 150.000. . .Peggy Lee's

sideline: Collects ''big royalties

composing greeuaf card verses,
: .Although Joana' Woodward is a
star, her v Large; Yen i to be a

child psychologist; : Yul Brynner's
hard-to-Weev ouote: 4'Now t hat

I'm making money. I don't any

dlffereatly than when I earned
nothing". .Cecil B. DeMille says
that Within the next six years Tbe

Ten Commandments' movie will

gross a whopping $210 million.

That would "uaa a profit of 146
Million!. It never .comes with
fwcer-sna ease. Elia- Kazan did

aak

THE ONCK AND FUTURE KINO
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PALACE Edaa Ferbetr
THE TIUK Of THE DRAGONS-
Alice fikert-Rotholi.
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ONLY W AMERICA Marry GoK

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THE AFFLUENT SOCIETY rs
John Gatbrsith : 1
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-' Mickey Mouse Club? oTV. Is
- youag lady with a. bright fulure.
s Hr face is 3a 1 Spb

: Xiercn mould ana t at we sun. sun.-.
. sun.-. growin age-of If tha la develop-
i V fog into a Jin Op gift." .She -net
only photogenic but hat a pleat
St 4nt" TV peraonalHy and -pleaty of

- i talent. ;
: ; Yewnai MiM '!. k aa!
., i:- r a "maac 4 an "Lima ana
-A r frm B) Shews". (Disneyland
t WOL-HU), an LP, can atatng
reaaae from M muslcale ef
'ttaa an4 eraan.'1'
.. .v ': n.ta. Jim. Wit aat J'btrh

worm," "I Llk Yeu"- from
v. "Faouy tad "ShaH .We Daace
from "Thm Hag aad L" She
, taant with Jerome CourHand,, an-
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- Leave Off Waarng My Shoes"

V A roust of fellow Mouaaket-

, v era, Karea and Cubby, turn ia a
: Ni fina -BrformBC en "Eli tat

Moit." tha -me'odie, opener of
- "South Pacific."
Your tha- melodic -opener of

"Souh Pacific."
Young Johnny -Nash, -one of Ar
" thur. Godfrey't moat recent disco-
'.- varies, is preeentedia a group of
12 tongs on; a a LP bearing only
-.- h's name- (ABC-Paramount ABC ABC-W.IM.
W.IM. ABC-W.IM. Johnny hat learned a lot .a .a-bevt
bevt .a-bevt afcowmanaMp from adfray
and thia It an xcatlent ahow
caeo dr Mm. TN rckiitril
' arrenfomentf f Don Carta era

' "Lel'a Get Away fcom X All"
Mercury MG-20387) i a relax relax-ig
ig relax-ig 49 mlnutei with Patri Page
and "Momenta Like These" (RCA
Victor LPM-1711) la an caay-go-1
ing tetikM witk Dinah Shore.
Tnrntabw Tipt: Alt bat-forgotten
in thla rock'n'roll age Andv
Russell hat a potential amaah kit
in "At Young At Wa Art'URCA
Victor 47-7335) .... Georgia
G'bha, whose voice M to good
thf refutea tt use- tound gim-
mickt. Uke advantage of a cur cur-reht
reht cur-reht eraza with "The Hula Hoop
SongS (Roulette R-41)6) ; ; .The
- If ills Brothers hv revived "Me
fTnd My Shadow" Dot 45-1527)
!i -with the same effervescence that
; wade '"Glowworm" comeback
. 'aone; a 'few years ago.
" AnoHior revival at may
click h Clara Nolton'a- vortian
of "I'm a t irl W (p
S-WM).
" For Teen-Asert: Best rock'n rock'n-tU
tU rock'n-tU n-'mhor' of th1 -sr-w appears
to be-"Whif1erln-e rGr ay Syl Syl-.
. Syl-. via Sayni with the -Ernia Yard
Band (United Artiste UA-143 X
S'ereoscope:;;"Concr lladern"
w Les Cpitol JST95S) i' an
ideal LP for stereosef owners.
"jS'tectUma iacluo exewo't from
r Porgy and Bes?f,r and "Tha Nut Nut-'
' Nut-' cracker aite", at wril at t mag mag-nifieent
nifieent mag-nifieent ve.aioa of s "Slaughter on
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NEW YORK TUPI) -When
you compare tat contents oi .wo
new records, you wonoer; wna .. it
kiddng whom. v ,f""'
On one von --hear v the ; highly
touted Bonat virtuoso Gvorly Ctif-
frt. ay Runssy- aorsaKou
flight, of th Bumble Bee.V yf)n
tha other iTTon-' near ;Lorm : Hot
lander, who is 13 years old, play
we same .and Jn ail trutftOM oy
nil W -mM'wU it tha man.'
Ciiffra'a new record is like his
previous 'imea ia exhibition-of
Dianlstic - brawn and dextenry
which. atiM doean answer the
question, is h a mucian as wen
as a ptano-pUyof? in new oae
'a : caifcd "PrtDhrases.-Trtnserip
tioas, and Improvisations,";: and
ail ara circus pieces deigned for
ears which mistake fast or com
plicated finger work for the f no
and subtle art of mntieisaiy per
formanco (Anfe'.-35lt
Lorm'e rtt iwcard ia "Die
cawlna the Piano Jl Pavaritot
. ar. SttMUn a of Ail Afo" (CawK
Included aire such kid pieces at
toe Minuet m - But there's
sprinkling of highly adult Mozart,
Chopin, Bach and .Schumann
which offer interpretative prob
lems jfop mind and heart, as well
as showy traaacriptions Uke the
"Bumble Bee" challenge mus
c-et and reflexes-
Philippe Knremont,v another
young pianist who is gett!ag a big
build-up. plays the Gr.ee A mi
nor concerto and Rachmaninoff's
"Rahapaody on a Theme of Pagi
ninl". with relaxed ease and much
self assurance. He gets from
them all they hive, particularly
since tie wsS Dlayinr with Hie
Philadelphia Orchestra; 4 Eugene
Ormandy conducting.
- A'. -V. -. M .a'- '"
But Hiat't per for v the' course
for ; young nlamttt traveitnf m
the neat promttional company
(CetumMe.Ml.l2K).
' An impressive piano record- :s
one in wlucht Artur Rubinstein
takes the dated warhorse Saint
Saens' G m'nor concert and
makes it sound fresh and exciting
bv sheer musicianship. On. tbe
other side is his dep'hs-probing
otav nsr of Franck'a Sompbonic
Variations. His orchestra was the
Symphony of the Air, Alfred Wsi
lenstetn conducting RCA Victor Victor-LM2234).
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MOBILE, Ala. (DPlY Three'
men missing for five days In the
Gulf of Mexico1 war taken aboard
a motorstiip. yesterday and were
repcrted in "perfect hea'th.? The
three JT. B. Self, Tommy Baker
and John McQaughan, had left
Clearwater. Fl a last week- man
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. (NEA) -political
' cat cat-ir
ir cat-ir Jew cute ra-
Windup -of me
mmian lVlnDOa
marks in jthe.jiame-caulng ?le
partmenta...- -'-:
c..w. rap-. Samthera (D
ria.) began calling GOP national
chairman!. Meaae aicoth,: aj-
corn." The aoutnerner expiauwu,
'It seems 4o me pomewnai more
nmvmlata !i V .-.
. in Tturn Democratic national;
committee chairman Paul Battler
toot introduced if "The ' P o,e r
man 'a Maaaa t Aicorn;' n ai
Mnn.l Prai Club luncheon. Club
nraiidast Jack Homer explained;
Ha baiiavaa h nui naaui
everyone i except souinern vm
mocrata
CHAIRMAN" lUTtlR himself
Millad a treat.' alttf when he de
clared that "Nelson Rockefeller,
la aoiianf ki creat wealth, was
riuininf for governor or ew i
r- ar t-
aa-aiatt a Democratic small BUM
nessman.? w hat s -governor nar nar-riman'a
riman'a nar-riman'a mere 109 million," asked
Butler, "when compared with; zw
million? -
CUISTS at a party tossed by
Greek Naval Attache Capt. Con-
stantina Denezakoe and- Ms wife
were surprised and sightly dismay
ed' when they were ushered into
to the dining room and found a
the projector instead of food on
the buffet table.
Denexakoe announced that he
couldn't resist the opportunity to
show his hour-long collecion of
colored slides that be had made
during his world travels. The show
however, turned Out to be so -in
teresting that guests completely
forgot about dinner.
Mam ret son was mat occa-
donally-the picturea of ;natu.'al
wonders- would ae xoiiowed uy
shota of Bikini-clad bathing beau
Atlendance fgures lorlhe re
cent biennial Pho.okloa (P h at o
Fair) held at -Cologne, Germany,
are expected to b-eak the 1S5C
record of 200,000 visitors.-
More tnan 500 exhtbiiors dis
played their Utest wires to a re
cap 've photo public. Emphasis on
35mm photography was-, strong
and the show aerved as an intro
duction s si for the new Zeiss
Ikon 3Smm single 4ens reflex
camera, the",Conterex.
Th U .jiMr awaitad '' camera
combines the features of both the
Contax and ".he Contalex.
H will hoaomo .avaHabla yin
the. United. Stales er1y next
yar and wiM 1m priced at
MOJw with Mmm P-S Planar
ana
The new Cootarex W' equipped
with a cfoOt focal Slant shutter
with speeds 0 l-100th of a sec
ond; a built-in pholoelee'ric ex
oosure me et rou coupled e
shutter and aperture; a vlewXind
er simi'ar to the Contaflex twilh
focusing by fine screen ring -jr
split image t range 'Under; Single
stroko advance lever .and front
bayonet .mounts- on most lenses
to accommodate a single set of
filters and a lens shade.
Them, will "be 'x -Interchange
able lenses, including the 21mm
(extreme wide-angle) E-4,3 Bio
gon, in -a wide bayonet mount
Met of the lenses wilt have
e are-ee.' diaphragm -coupled 4e
the oxpesura mator.-
Th introduction of .lb. t I new
quality Single lens earners to the
market 'should fills a needfor
many professional and a maleur
ohotograPhera who want 1 some
thing more flexible than the al
ready well es ab ished Conlaflex.-
-Current plans call for cominua
Hon pf : tbe : Contax rangefnd?r
camera with some modiuca turns.

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CcWwo ObcnsicnsHnccndisry
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- By DOUGLAS LASSIN swi JCBJtl aUMMBTT ;

ties whom he had pexttographed en
the French Riviera.
Te keep he ladies happy4 he
alae ahowed picturea .that ha had
made of auca noUbiea aa the
Shah of Iran and Aly JUaa." ..
Biggest surpTiae came .. when
Denezakoe tamed ... on -the lights
and announced that ha wanted ts
introduce his guests to Greece's
Queen Frederika." The lights went
off aiaiai and a. picture of the
queen was flashed eei the acraeai.
fOUTiCAi.' jokejtoraAr pas-
Sing out a novelty-- type match
book- these days which haa the
following blurb a printed oa ;,th
cover:. .
Vote for the Repugnant Party.
If you vote. Repugnant m 3t.
everything will Repugnant in SI,
KSoae cover befom strinking. We
jeed your vote. 1
. PHIUPPINI Air Force 'At 'Attache
tache 'Attache Col Ismaol D. Lapua hat
only been here about six months,
but he consistently . produces
more too Pentseon brass at his
wjngdings than any ether host in
town.
Other evening at least eight U.S.
Air Force generals showed up-at
a small party that he and his w.ie
tossed at their home.
When asked what always at
tracts so many high ranking offi

In Pasternak's Nobel Prize
Novel Dr. Zhivago Sees Much

f
'; NEW YORK (UPI)-This Rus Russian
sian Russian novel, "Dr. Zhivago," the
one that won the Nobel Prize.
What does it have 0 say that
Could cause such (rothtngs of ha hatred
tred hatred and ind gna'Joa in the Soviet
Union?
Only 200,000 copies of Boris
Pasternak's book have been
printed so Tar In the United
States -so it figures -that -only
about 1 out of too Americans
have read it.
Vnr those whfl haven:
"0r. Zhivago" is the story of
1 physician, a sensitive and we!l
educated : man, whose life disinte
grated in he chaos that followed
the Bolshev k Revo'ution in W17.
Most readers will una neavy
going, l. is ramDiing 000K
vhe- sweeping siyie -oi swsuy
War and Peace" with a bewild
er 'ng cast of charae'ers. Its. plot
lne is hard e follow; Zhivago's
love of three women is rather aca
demic .-
RICITII POST WAR BVINTS
Wha'. must make it "treason-
able" ia Communist Russia is its
absolute candidness, its nonesiy,
i s calm recital of shattering
evnts and scenes from Moscow
and in the Urals ? the years t-
er worm war 1.
I! the reader were net .aware
what a furore Pasternak's work
has wrought ia the Soviet Union,
aliXsugh never published, (here,
he wuld be (hard put to Judge
the book particularly aatiOm-
munist countries. t
When, for examp Zhivago re returns
turns returns to, Moscow ,. sftrf be ng
wounded in army service,.. Psster Psster-nak
nak Psster-nak writes:
"His friends had b a e 0 m a
strangely dim and colorless. They
had been much -more vivid In his
knamM-ir 17a aniiat have ..overesti
mated them ia- the past. Under
the old order, which : enabV I
those whose lives were secure o
olav the foola and. eccentrics at
the expense of others "while a mi4
tori v- led a wfetcneo existence,
it had beea only .toe easy to mis mistake
take mistake lfe foo'ishness and Idleness
of a privileged mino-i y for. genu
me character and originali'y."
SUMS UP PB SUNOS
But Zh'vago's fe.1ings later are
iummed oo: '' v.
'I Don't kno a "movem ent
more self-center 1 and jtorc xex

- Cp!cfful

cers, to the Imputes parties, ana-
aree-ater general- replied:
u a simple. Mrs. upus is in ..
beat cook in Washington, In fact,
the only thmg that would make me
miss one "of her dinners. Is an
atomic attack."
Ul ITS at a huge Chines em.
bassy reception were .s;r (ltd
when they couldn't, find any Ifnivea ...
te cut: the large slices of,, roast
perk which they had oiled on their
Embarratad 5 wSilers' t from a'
local catering service explained
that they had miscalculated the
amount of silver needed for the
party and had almply sot brought
enougn to go around.
-Finally. guests decided te com
pletely forget about .etiquette nd
eat everything with their fingers.
Fortunatelyf there .wee no short.
age of napkins. r
CUBAN Ambassador Den
Nicholas Arroya is one diplomat
who firmly believes that a states statesman's
man's statesman's speech-making repertoire
should not be limited te topics a a-bout
bout a-bout international relations.
ror instance me line or a
speech, that he's scheduled to
make before a group of paint and
varnish manufacturers is "The
Functional Uses of Paint in Cu Cuba."
ba." Cuba." moved, from the facta than Marx Marxism.
ism. Marxism. Everyone is worried only
about proving himself in practi practical
cal practical matters, and as. for ile men
in power, they are so anxious to
establish the myth of the'r infal-
ibility that they do their utmost
to ignore tbe truh. Politics
doesn't appeal to me. I dunU like
people who don't, care about the
tru:h."
Pasternak's book has a recur recurring
ring recurring religios theme,, but it, is
mom an exposition of the frus
trations of attempting to lead a
imple life. In one passage, Zhi
vago asks he books -heroine
what ruined her marriage
'Ah. it isn't a jua'ter of indi
viduals, of being alike or differ
ent in tempeament. or lov'na
and not loving," ahe repl'es. "All
cus'oms and traditions, all oir
way of lire, everything te do wl h
home and order, baa crumbled
in o du t in the general upheaYil
ana reorgan xauon of society, ilia
whole human way of life has
been destroyed and ruined."
And Khrushchev and Co. coiwd
certainly take exception to one of
the final passages:
"la a'l (his 'ime something df-.
inite should have been ach eyed.' ;
But it 'turns out that those .wtte
inspired the revolution aren't : at':
home in anything exceo change" :

and turmoil, they aren't happy
with anyth'ng that'a on less thtn ,,
a world scale For them, tranai,-,-tional
periods, worlds la (he mak- v.:

HUlsflvaJU. IUL1
viTii iwv 'jra'i
Even tha bird
whot to do with all thot itutf nw :
pie soy is for thent 1 cNue-

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BY POPULAR DEMAND, Balboa High student Phil Caire ap appeared
peared appeared on the telethon in a highly original rendition of "Red
Sails in the Sunset."

C.F.N. TELETHON

(Continued from Pace THREE) I transportation' .and million small
(details. -"',''; -4
Finally, the last song was sung, I It involved liaison with 'the U.S.

the last item .sold to the highest Army tsriDDean signal section,
bidder, the last coffee container which set upj; special installations
was empted Hand tossed into the 'at the sndio to handle the phone
wastebasket. I calls; -liaisQn with the Transporta-
CFN's chief Engineer, R. A. Bot- tion Section which provided the
ienmayer, called his tired crew "wheels", that kept things rolling,

away from their stations at the
TV projectors, the Con! rol panels,
audio booth and oscilliscope. CFN's
officer m charge' Capt. Bruce W..
Parrish, switched off the air con conditioning
ditioning conditioning until and made ready to
"put the station to bed." Jim Pat Pat-t
t Pat-t son smothered a prodigious yawn
and wondered just how many mil mil-hon
hon mil-hon words he had uttered into the
microphone.
The telethon was over for anoth

er year. Weeks of planning had, were connected with the venture,

cu minated in 10 s' a. '-studded hours
on the air. That planning involved
contact ng clubs in the Republic
of Panama to secure entertainers,
lining up volunteers, working out
a split-second time schedule for

presentation of the acts, arranging deavors.

contacts w.th the Information Of

fice which put out news of the
tremendous show.
Elements from' the Army. Air

Force, Navy and the Panama Can

al Company-Government had pitch

ed in to put the telethon over. -Fund
officials knew it was al

most impossible to thank everyone

who had a hand in planning or

staging the show.

But they realized that a'l who

by giving or. helping in any way,

derived satisfaction that came

from real zing that the 17 agencies

of the united Fund had gotten a
big boost, toward the funds they

must Jiave to carry on tneir en

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coffee break. Like the performem and volunteer assistants they
kept up. a steady pact to provide a food show.

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66 Recom- 98 Entrance '.
mend 100 Sign s
68 Bitter 101 Check
69 Adult 103 Legal -1
females enjoy
60 Agrarian tnent bf
62 Homage property
64 Glbbona 104--lnferlor

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Abode of
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22 Boundary 68 Level
23 Stream - tpoet.)
24 Dwell .69 Rebuff
25 Iridescent? 71 Envy
gem '7J Hamlet

26 Idolize 75 Shellac

27 Combat
flier
2d Manifest
81 Negative
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S3-?-MeadoW
84 Route--
56 Beyond
57 Indurate
89 Parry
40 Vary
42 Bristle
43 Chapter
of
a Koran
45 Laggard
48 Signify
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64 Explator
65 Peruse

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82 Vault
86 Act -of -.
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89 Coarser
90 Liking
91 More
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92 Subtle
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108 Crowder
110 u. s.
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111 Lineage
115 Label
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121 Pea
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figure
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128 Refasten
129 Flavor
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96 Lessee -v 135 Agree

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15 Free
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67 Avoider or line t
60 Sword (bot.) p
61 Edible 104 Game
seaweed 105 Sudden
63 Short j motion ,
jackets 106 Avid K
65 Damage 107 Staring,
66 Of a tile - as with
7tf Ross-rib wonder
'(arch.) 109 Unit of, h
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and ebbing- llO Motive ; t
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75 For fear1' island ci'1
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short 118 Dash'
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, TBI BIGGEST AND MOST thorough air tarch ?

pend .tests pn Oct. Sl. inUne with the western offer- 1 ti' vuli

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halted

The d:

. testing, A statement Issued in London voiced the
ma via ro atwt vi tr VIcanhAitTA 1 A 4- a fTO : An 4

Britain, will continue their suspension for the time
being.f.but Jfwlll" be obliged to reconsider", unless

: ttusia tesis are swppca. ,

. senaie democratic leaaer Lynaon Jonnson warnea

mat me ujs.. can i auora io De paraiyzea ny "para?
can warfare" in the next two years.
Johnsonin his first major speech since the Dem Democrats
ocrats Democrats .swept the off-year .ts. election says the new'
(Vinoves .will .. meet. PrPtHun -.. Klumhmi "at leac.

haifway, and perhaps even -further."
In the speech prepared for. delivery at Big Spring,,'
' Texas, 'Johnson says "every campaign produces ex-
aggerations and heated remarks ..;,vbut there will
be no bitterness "in our hearts."
He outlined a 12-polnt program of what he calls
"major issues" facing the 86th congress Among
these are in his words "to breathe life"lnto the'
newly preated space agency ... to develop the peace--
nab nf Iftm M lnUn. kill UnU Um...

au wca w bAic ftvyu v.ii lauui um . n uviu liuuo :'
lng program -f : new- farm prograrn.' ? But John
son avoids reference to civil rights or tax and budget
policy.

Democratic National chairman Paul Butler said
Tuesday's electioh indicates a voter demand for a
complete change-about in administration economic
' policy. Butler says he wants to remain as national

cn airman ana nopes ms stand for strong support of
integratiohdoesn't get In the way. The national
- committee will vote next month on whether Butler
goes or stays. ' :-tv-
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A.Minnesota Democrat urged party leaders in Che
.house to withhold party privileges from a Little Rock
- segregationist elected : to the next Congress.' Rep.
John Blatnik wired top JMuse Democrats ennphasiz ennphasiz-ing
ing ennphasiz-ing that Dr1. Dale AMord ran as. an independent in
his write-in victory over Democratic representative
" Brooks Hays. Blatnik.said Alfofd should be listed' as
an Independent; But Alford says he intends to, en enter
ter enter Congress as a Democrat, v

, -mi vvu wvh wjwivujlUJ t LI OGVUaWAJI 1I61UIC Ul1
Air search MUX raHrd ttt ortrt linn r

tional Guard ground parties and Panamanians, who
were re-lnforced yesterday, by Jungle-trained U S.
soldiers alrlif toi- to Mandlnga. r
During the search an Army plane went down
-1" the jangle but after three days, the pilot and
his observer met rescuers in the vicinity f Man Man-ding
ding Man-ding as they were making their way eut,
' ( oQO " t4
Canal Zone celebrations for' the hundredth anni anniversary
versary anniversary of the birth of President. Roosevelt wilj take
place all this week. This also coincide? with the date
in -1906 when he visited th Isthmus. The celebra celebrations
tions celebrations will culminate mi Saturday with the unveiling
of a heroic-sized bust of Roosevelt at Balboa Heights.
Civic council elections were held In the Canal Zone"
and the highest percentage poll for som years was
recorded. In some local rate communities the poll
was nearly 100 per cent but in most U,S.-rate areas,
It was not much above 20 per cent, V
The reason for this was that local rate civic coun-

uiBize Bey wcouxs and schooj chHdren to call
at every house with ballot forms soliciting votes

whereas U.S. raters have to make a, trip to the noil- Z?TJtedi Press International has learned that
ing booth. -V;-T u " athletic directors have asked coaches to draw no a

All 21 men stranded since last Sunday on an arctic
Ice floe were rescued by plane and are reported in
good condition. x ;
t The men mostly scientist and airmen were
marooned from' their Internauonai Geophysical Year
camp when a fierce polar storm lashed the ice is island
land island ... splitting it in twO; r
Russia observed the 41st anniversary ;of the Soviet
revolution Friday.
The usual parade through Red -Square was some something
thing something different this year. Western observers report reported
ed reported it was one of the most conservative in years.
Military power t6bk second place with ihe emphasis
on economic and technical progress. ;
A dispute between the Air Foree and a House Sub Subcommittee
committee Subcommittee over a secret missile program report will
be aired this week at a hearing. ; .tr
Air Force Secretary James Douglas has been call called
ed called to tell the House Information Subcommittee why
he withheld the sweeping report, from the General
Accounting Office. The GAO is considered, the Con Congressional
gressional Congressional watchdog of government spending. v v
Don ?1 as has declared t.h rpnnvfc ennnwriB In!

manalemenVof theAir Force 11 Ci-
have a bad effect on administration. Subcommittee f .L0!8?.0. dIsruPt the Peaceful ob-

Chairman Moss says refusal to hand over the report
violates federal law.
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New York authorities nave arrested the producer
cf the quiz show "Twenty-One." District Attorney
Frank Hogan said Albert Freedman has been indict indicted
ed indicted on two counts of perjury before a grand jury last
month."The jury says Freedman lied when he deni denied
ed denied slipping questions and answers to contestants on.
the show... but Freedmari Insists he told the truth.
Cuban rebels said the Cubana Airliner missing
Blnc.e Wednesday lr "safe and sound" somewhere in
the "territory of free Cuba; The plane carried 29
persons, including one American, when it disappear disappeared.
ed. disappeared. The rebel radio says the passengers will be re-

icuseu w uut UU1C.

A husband and wifp whn VioH fiv inn aa

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Within hodrs of each other at Gorgas hospital -following'
an automobile accident Tuesday morning.
The dead couple were Walter Crawford, a Panaman Panamanian
ian Panamanian building contractor and his wife, Dora. Also
killed in the crash, which was on the Trans-Isthmian
Highway was Guillermo Guajardo, 26, who was
the passenger In the vehicle which collided with the
Crawford's car. The driver of this car, U.S soldier
Sp4 Angel Torres Rivera survived and is recovering
. at Gorgas from a broken jaw.
The orphaned Crawford children" will receive $20, $20,-00!)
00!) $20,-00!) from the. Compaftia Interpaqlonal de Seguros
because of their parents', death, y. t
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'" iTht. CanaI Zon ComPany-Sovernment trium triumphantly
phantly triumphantly topped its United Fund target and were
the first United Fund agency to do so. They bet-
ihZlr aimed- --157,000 and the thousands
stij! continued to roll in.
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Tvne local tourist season is underway and bids fair
to be the busiest in years. The November visiters In Include
clude Include four of the largest tour ships which normally
do not start their a Caribbean or rouni-the-world
schedule until much later. Among the bi? ones due
to call are the Empress of England, Arosa Sun.
Nieuw Amsterdam. Grlpsholm, Homeric, MaureUnla
and Ocean Monarch,
Tri"drSellthrie cw haTcause to comment in
U S. District Court at Ancon that the judicial system
of. .punishment by sending peooJe to the penitentiary
seemed to be failing in certain cases because some
offenders expressed a liking for the comforts and
facilities ol the Pen.,? In fact the woman before him
for returning to the Canal zone after deportation
said she came back so that she would be sent there,
The Judge had no option but to send her there for
ond year on this charge and a further two years on
a breach of probation.
One Colon hich school

Jailed after being expelled along with seven others

modern historv.

nio Jatest raUngs by the National Boxing Asso-
nf aaEur0p?an champlon Ingemar Jo'iancson
of Sweden the ranking contender and Britain's Brian
London number t w o. British heavyweight Heiiry
Twin Cooper wa named boxer of the month for
5-2" ?fu ?olley- Hcre are the heavyweights
who round out Ihe top 10 Nino Valdes, Folley, WI1 WI1-",pastfan?.
",pastfan?. WI1-",pastfan?. Eddie Machen, Cooper, Roy Harris, Mike
Dejohn and Sonny Liston.
A pot f gold awaUs golfers In the PGA spring
nd summer. tour next year. a
Association president Harold Sargent says more
than $700,000 In prfae$ will be un for grabs in 1 e
" i,lPA c sonsored tourneys and 10 other events.
The Merest events on the golf tour win be the
PGA fhampionshin at Minneapolis on July 29 and
JP'S 0pen Mamaroneck. New York, on June
y 11. he first tourney on the calendar in the Green
sboro, North Carolina, Open on April 9.
Five West Coast powers are reported ready to form
a basketball conference.

The United Press International ha learned' that

servance of fi5th anniversary of Panama's indepen

, Abel Bravo Students Federation secretary gen general
eral general Ulises Martine-, was jailed after he. at at-:
: at-: tempted to avenge hla suspension from the Abel
Bravo high schoo by using director Enriqu Bos Bosnian's
nian's Bosnian's vehicle as podium to exhort his -fellow
students to go on a strike Indefinitely. Dosman
charged that Martines eaused some $75 worth of
damage to his vehicle.
' Martinez and the other students were expelled for
attempting to create disturbances during the tradi traditional
tional traditional Independent Dav narari Tuonan iv ri

rauama y;vy strvcrai aiuaeni leaaers aiso Were m r : : v T ,WMr,,
ailed for the same offense and three students were a? ZT '"7:: JV.,WT rPb,yh p"

mjurea oy puneiar nrea into the air by units of the T''t''ry

whedule that would have eart team nlay the others
In the conference in three games. The schools are

uaiiiomia, uula, southern Cal, Stanford and Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. A veteran sports writerpnd "father of the sugar
bowl" died after a two-i"0nth illness.
Fred DIgby. who first thought un the idea of a New
4 Years Day football classic at New Orleans, was re-
soonslble for the first came in 1935. For ?3 yearn he
headed the Mid W'nter Soorts Association, wb'"'i
sponsored the New Year's Day pame. Dlgbv began his
?D0ri!.wrltlnS career on the old New Orleans Item
In 1912,
Field manager Paul Richardsof the Baltimore Orio Orioles
les Orioles says he is going to- leave the front office work to
. new reneral manager Lee MachaiLv
Richards, who was both the field and general man man-aner
aner man-aner of the Orioles. saM h will be in on conni'ta conni'ta-tions
tions conni'ta-tions wJth MacPha'i ot t OtHoI'-s' nroh'emo Hi t"t
th decision- will be uo to MacPhall. Then Richards
added "T'm oin to concentrate on bein? man man-aeer
aeer man-aeer that's enoueh. right there for one man." Rch Rch-aMs
aMs Rch-aMs made bis comment aftr MacPMil was anr"int
pd penerpl mana"r of the Orioles Wednesdav. Mc Mc-Phail
Phail Mc-Phail j-M hen. director of player personnel for the
New York Yankees.
In New York City, Yankee general manager George
wel?s gave no hint as to who would renrace MacPhall.
MacPhn.il had two assistants in his office assistant
farm director Johnny Johnson and former Yankee
second baseman Jerry Cpleman.
Fullback Jim Brown of the Cleveland Browns
, Is rnntinuirig t set a record na.ee for -round rain-
ed by rushins- In Ihi National Football League.
v Brown, who w held tr m v$rds last Rundav. now
nas a total of fl2R vnrds p-ained by nishlne for six
parries. Teammate Bobby Mitchell i a distant second
in the le'O'ue statistics with 479 yards. Brown hpi six
gam left to break seann record of one-thou-mt-'M6
vardfj set hy Philadelnhia's Steve Vpn Buren
in 1949. Fown ha heen averafinw 155 vards ner came
pnd-cold hrenk Van tturen's record in two week.
Frown' in. ncri th leof1'v'. p- mlth IS fnov, A--n
just three away from Van Buren's league record of
18 In on season.
Fddi Leharon of the Wit'ncrton RedsVins" took
f,r.stn'w in. the nasinr statist''-! with a rn noint
vard Pwr"o j-ain nor Ttflffs wMIe inirr" hnnv
Unitas of Baltimore led in toochdoyn passes with 12.
OWo pfate's.Woorf"' Waves is the lot-'
coach to have a campus monument erected in his
"hnrjor." .-
The, monument was a ctnffed f'umrrv wih a rone
pbout its neck. angrlnr frorn. a free limb. fipt
was n'unert into the dimv's chest, near te hearf

A sign on the moni'ment md "Have we lost"
A eroim of ..tuder. braved th earlv momnr honrs
tVmArA9 LaiIim TT... 1.... m

Soprano Marie Callas hints that her Jlrini by the

v-D - -r c w u, WMWM. A UV iVi K, O gCAi
fcral manager, Rudolph BIng, says he -fired the singer

mecauB bub uiiea iu live up 10 contract terms But
Miss Callas says Bing made unreasonable demands

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jeerea ana peitea with rotten tomatoes, eggs

stones while returning from participating, in
Panama fltttr "Vmrodo

' Panama Citv student leader Carina Hi'iAm m. t

. ,: Z T. iiuni,al'nH.Alv
so Injured from a blow with. the butt of a revolver

" And when you're .losing,, you don't have any anyhow."

A '"leWielorl hor ao hear, .1....-

.i1" ,1 'a uiuh .wm'. w oy me so injured irom a mow witn.the butt of a revolver- ", T,tj vt- w ' ;. """'"eie
MetropoUtan. Opera was spitefully timed., .It came: during atussle with .a detective when the 'students It nl JZJinetn' D-C- Internattonal race
rient before a performance in Daiifts The unCn Bin. itumnf tn hnM im

. "E"rlhqno" wpxr r'clwd on -the strength of his vlr vlr-torv
torv vlr-torv 'n the Simon Bollrar Stakes at Careens ltj
month. Tb'?'w)U.b' the. third time "neziieJa will h'
renresented Jn thIterntoril rp T" Venezuelan
horses took the first two places Jn the. l?55.rgce.Wii
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Day ,
, The week ended with the Jailed 'students still In
custody and the Injured still ln the hospital.
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