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PANAMA, R. WEDNESDAY NOYEMBEE 12, 1951
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A tpoktsman-for,tht Panama govtrn ment today branded at i'unjustified" a pro-
pottd ten-day boycott against Panama-flag vestalt tchtduled to begin Nov 15 V
-' Tht strlkt hat been called by tht Inter national Federation of Transport Workert
7" against vesaels J-egistered In Panama, Ub'eria, Honduras and Cotta Rica. under what
the federation calls "flagt of tonvenience,' ,.. ..u 7 ..'.
Tht government spokesman pointed oil J that workert on thipt rtglttered In, Pan-.
arria art protected by one
" t 1 -i". .i
' Th.'tnnVimhiaH ilso objected the
"unjust"' inclusion of ship flying
the' Panamanian flag among m
' group of Vessels flying "flags of
'": ioonrHinff tri, the SDokesman Pa
! m' merchant fleet undertakes
' its activities under the strictest
pnti reeardine safety and
aanitary conditions established by
He,' added that the vessels are
Classified US Army
Ocsns Af Frenkfurt
' FRANKFURT, Germany Nov.
J2 (UPI) A clasified U.S. Arm?
artillery conference attended by
2. ienerali opened here today.
, fnf discussion include a-
tonne defense in western Europe
1 hies included gunnery, uwhu.. uwhu..-tion,
tion, uwhu..-tion, missiles and space satellites,
Unofficially it, was Jearned he
general will definitely touch on
- arming missilea' with .itomic; war-,
- lieadsl and firing of the, Honest
- John- atomic cannon. ,.:.- -aif
Hth,VBi ti thrce-dav Tsonler
1 fence, which-is hosted by V. Corps
i in Frankfurt, 'include Ma J. ,Gen,
Thomas E Deshazo, commanding
J ? general ot th artuieryvano.wiM
r Schooi-ii-Fflrt.6ill 0kla.,..nd
- Brig. Gen. John'T. Snodgras.s ot
i V the Air. Defense Center Fotf
jttjliss, Te-.:.t ft 4t fy
Tt Start Series
Of Tours tomorrow
' Member of the Inter-Ameri-1
f can Women's Club, will vish me
' vaUnwjii Museum of Panama to-
' mo row morning, Their tour wilt
be the first of a "Know xour
' Museum" series sponsored by the
Society of the KaUonal Museum
; of Panama.;,
' 4. Prof. '.Marianne Burkenroad
7, will Mt as. hostess and guid ior
yie group t6morrow
-Women making 'the-tour tla
s will be able to see. the hand-ae-signed
Christma cards, which
are on displav at the Museum
"Shop.; -The shop is open from
V io:15 a.m. toJ;2;15 p.m. Tuesdays
. through Fridays, and from 3 to
.,ptn. Saturdays find Sundays.
V Museum society officials have
announced that many or tne
' carddeslffns which were sold out
will' soon be avaiiaDie at pui
. stores of Felix Maduro. Babylan, Babylan,-dla
dla Babylan,-dla (Bella Vista) Arte Y Decora Decora-iAn
iAn Decora-iAn nttvrom F. Novev. Madurito,
American Bazaar" Madurlta In
5" k Colon and the Y.M.C.A. Jn Bal
Kyth, Of Carefree
Punctured By Prof
' ANN ARJBOR, Mich -Nov. 1J
, (UPIJ The myth of the care
" fr iollpte student was punc
,f .tured yesterday by Dr. Charles
y Tupper Unlv erslty of Michigan
. 1 protessor ,or miernai mjjsie.
f'. Tupper- told physicians t'
' tnd.n(r a nost-jr9duate semi
nar thatr during an 13-month
Jpefiod, -41- university students
were discovered to hava.stom hava.stom-lwach
lwach hava.stom-lwach wlcers. N
-All but two or the patients,
;', Tupper! said, were men. Their
tveiage' age was 23, but the
youngest was" 17. ' f "'
v Tupper said lew of the pa pa-:'
:' pa-:' tlents had had a previous his-
tory' of 'indigestion or stomach
trouble, !and most of them re-
tponded I rapidly Jta treatment,-
Two' drunk drivers were dealt
with In Canal Zone courts today,
They were each fined $100.
- At Balboa Magistrate's-Court:
Ralph H i vard, Bales, 28, of the
U.S. Army was given a 15-day
jail sentence in addition to his
line but this was suspended, for
a year providing he commits no
more Offenses during that time,
j" -The other Case was at Cristo Cristo-,
, Cristo-, bal Court where a German,
i: wuukkiik rrauii nuoner, li, a
' jres'dent cf Colon -. wai' before
v Jtjuclge Loren B. Hlllslnger. ( He
pleaded uilty. i,Hr '..'
oi the most aava ntageout ituor cooes in xn worm. ,
. i k ?i.: .i.i ... t. ; -. IX. ...... 1.
also inspected by- such organize'
tions as Lloyds of London, tht .A
merican Bureau of shipping end
the Bureau de Veritas and others.
The spokesman said the boycott
was also unjustified because Pa
nama has always' given its i sup-
X-Ray Burns Send
D:ck To Hospilal
v t"- '' ', I-'.''' f
; CHICAGO, "Nov.; 12 (UP!)
Dr. Emll H. Gmbbe, 83, said to
be the world's first scientist to
use X-rays to treat cancer, was
in Improved condition today ait
er his 91st operation for cancer'
oua X-ray burns,
'The Chicago physician Was op
erated on yesterday at Swedish
Covenant .Hospital, surgeons
tried to salvage tne tnree re-
mainlne fingers, on hjs right
hand also worked on the re remains
mains remains pf his nose, s r
Grubbe sustained tht bums
more than $0 years ago when he
was experimenting with X-rays.
Since then his upper : lip, jaw,
left hand and most of the tight
side Of his lace have been eaten
away by a malignancy caused by
the rays, i, y ;
Of the- hospital, said" Dr.'Grutbe
probably will remain in the hos
pital at least a week; t ,,
Ab:rd Liner Anion
Four -United States Congress
men are among the passengers
wvia 11rl front- Kw York lor
Cristobal yesterday, aboard, the
Panama Liner, Ancon,
'. Congressmen are Reps. Emmet
F. Byrne, of Illinois; Meivin k
Laird, of Wisconsin; William K
Van Pelt, oi Wisconsin? and Mrs
ionor K. Sullivan, of .Missouri
ReDresentatives' Bvrne. Laird
and Van Pelt are .accompanied
by they wlye?. ,r f ;."
Canal employes aboard the
Ancon are. Charles P. Barton;
Mr ana Mrs. AQrien m.- uutcn uutcn-er:
er: uutcn-er: Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. CetU:
: l T1 T :rnnV Mr.
IVll. aillU IIW A.- UUU"
Rosalie A. Demers; Mr, ana Mrs.
Flovd Johnson: Mr. -and Mrs.
Nils W;Jonson; Mr. -and" Mrs.
George M. L'owe; Mrs. : Qemma
O'Donnell; JMr. ahd Mrs. Jack
Simon; Mr. and Mrs. Briingj b.
Verner: Mr. and Mrs. Roy s
Wallace and son;
Ethyl E. Woodruff.
7,opo irt Plot ;;:r
: BUENOS AIRES. Nov. 12 (UH)
A state of siege modified
martial law was clamped -on
Argentina today. The 1 federal
police announced after a dav of
mass arrests 'that they naa
thwarted a Peroni't plot to top topple
ple topple the government. :; i
- Unofficially It has been, esti estimated
mated estimated that more than 1,000
communists, Peronlsts and oth
ers were seized, but Nyy car,
Raul Angelini, police coordina
tor, said 250 were arrested In
"puehOs Aires. . t
Air Force Seeks
Bids On Fuel 'I ''-J;
Storaae For Jets ;
cmCAKo' Nov. 12 mpii The
Air Force announced it has ask asked
ed asked for bids on fuel storage facili facilities
ties facilities designed to withstand nuclear
ts Michigan and New York.
The storage facilities, most of
them for jet fuel, will include a-
bove ground floating roof tanks,
buried tanks and underground cav
erns. .', ', '';.''i'l1'-;'- j:
The Air Force said yesterday
other facilities will be contracted
for later with the entire program
costing an estimated 30 million
p6rt to the cause of labor in' all
international conferences in which
it has participated. -.
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Two More ilur$c$ ;
Assigned To School
llecllh Work On CZ
Two new school nurses will soon
begin their duties in the Canal
Zone schools on both sides of the
Canal Zone, it was announced yes
reraay ai tuiaou iieignis.
The appointment of the new
nurses will brini to four a total
of those assigned to school health
work, under the direction oi vt.
Howard C Pritham, schools phy
sician. ? -
The' two new School nurses are
Mrs. Evelyn Koperski, whol, will
work on the Pacific side, and Mrs,
Josephine1 McDonnell, who will to
assigned to the Atlantic side. Mrs.
McDonnell will begin her ; duties
on Nov. 17 end Mrs. Koperski on
Mrs. KoDerskic who was born in
JNortniieia, xnj., is a graduate oi
the Atlantic City Hospital School
of Nursing. She was employed nere
as .a- nurse from January j 1940. to
August, 1946,- and returned to tne
Canal service again in March, 1951,
She has been on duty at Gorgas
uaospitaU Mrim KtpttM ia4 ce-4
rmvarm tnt recently rptml!l-',a
children's book "deedee lias Let
Tonsils Out,"?, ;: -." r
Mrs. McDonnell Was born fat Phi
ladelphia end took her training at
the Episcopal Hospital In that ci city.
ty. city. She was employed, by the Can Canal
al Canal Health Bureau from September,
1954,' to early 1957 on a fulltime
basis and since that; time has. been
working at Coco 'Solo Hospital on
a' part time schedule. -
, The Canal Zone United Fund
campaign was still $11,000. short
of Its $125,000 goal as it round
ed the turn, : and entered; the
home stretch this week. ;
, Collection now total $114,132.
slated to close with the tll-star
Palm Bowl football game at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Stadium on. Nov 26.
A report Issued by Campaiam
Chairman Philip- L. Steers Jr.,
today showed that the Panama
Canal TCompany Canal Zone
Government is still the only a a-gency
gency a-gency that has reached Its Unit United
ed United Fund goal. 1
Tne company Governments
goal was $37,900. Its collections
now amount to $63,815, or'1 110
per cent of the goal;
-jne special girts department
Souqhl By Council
For Holiday Season
v CHICAGO, Nov. 12 (UPIJ-,
The National safety council to
day urged business and industry
to eliminate -the i traditional
Christmas office party or keep
the cork In the bottle.
"Either dry It un or cut It out,"
the council advised. a
t The council said its surveys
indicated that a sizeable per
centage of Christmas traffic ac-
cldehts occurred In the, early
houts of the holiday period and
manv of them could be traced
directly to the highball hilarity
of the office partyi -:
The safety council II starting
early this year In its campaign
to euro death and destruction on
the highway during the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas season. ,-
It is asking Its 8-000 business
and industrial member concerns
either to eliminate the flowing
bowl ot- the office party. At the
same it Is; "enlisting the sun sun-port
port sun-port 6f churches of .every faith
and creed In a united effort to
keep the t, threat of drinking
drivers to a minimum" during
the holiday season.
"There is no better place to
apply practical religion than be
hind the wheel of car," the
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, "A ; u,- w 7.' s , 7'
STUDENT 6NALp,FRAN.;Et of the'Cristobal High .School, waawardedlhff W .place' -Roc-'
sevelt,' Essay .medal sat the I Veterans Day., cere tnnnH ii -MaMrtMt sniftaWB-w-Tjrw;-.A,
presentatioh, Is R, W. Zachiry,
the Atlantic, side of4he Panama
wuuhiji jpnyes una na MaMoraiesresDeciiveiy'
ZJt - f v -'
hat collected 6T per -cent ct Its
goal', followed, by the Armyi, 70
per cent, the Air Force, 66 pet
cent, and the Navywhose col collections
lections collections of $4651 are equivalent
t6 64 fr,cent of, that agency's
Kutu. a ;,-t , jt.
Doesn't Have Polio
Goreas. doctors have revealed
that la seaman- taken from a
ship on .Sunday and believed to
be 'afflicted witn poiio,- ls.noi
suffering front that disease, v
An ambulance was waiting sA
Balboa on Sunday for .the tank-i
er ciloma. It took second stew steward
ard steward Laynee Wee, 44, Chinese
10 orgas. . 1 1-1
He was suffering from paral
vsis down one side and the cap
tain or the .tanker believed it
was polio from a diagnosis re received
ceived received at sea by radio from the
doctor of another ship. .' ;
Doctors now -- say, however,
that- tne. patient sunered -a
stroke and 18 also in a diabetic
condition. He is reported to be
Parents Invited y
For Balboa HiahAv
Visit Tomorrow ;i
1A observance 6f National Ed
ucatlon Week; -Nov. 10-14. and
in' conjunction with the Theo
dore Roosevelt Centennial, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High School : has extended
invitations to all parents tq vis
it tne school tomorrow -- i d h-
The Student 'Association asks
that all visitors register at. the
centrally located i desk on ? the
main floor of the high school
building. Official ushers will
meet them and escort1 them to
tne class ;wniciv tneir cnna is
At 2 p.m; there will be aTheo aTheo-dore
dore aTheo-dore Roosevelt memorial pro program
gram program .at ( the Balboa Theatre.
Parents are Invited t6 accom
pany their .sons and daughters
department -commander -ef the Vtterans ol Forfiien ,Wars ort'
Canal Zone, v Second 4aAdr .thjrd "filacer medal viara were ;
J Note.' ThitfOct."18,.J9fi. letfe from' Fiesiden
heodore" Roosevelt to (he then secretary of war, William 1
Howard Taft; is being widely
wunsion oi i ne uanai ,, one
Slri ?..7.". u 'I
By Executive 'Order tt .Ma
immediate supervision, the work
sion both la the construction of
of suctu govepnmeptal powers
United States o' .exercise undeir'
Panama In the- canal strip. 7;
' i tune is ground for belie virik that in the' execution of the
rights conferred bv the treatv thn daod nf Pnnnmn hivn han
unduly alarmed' at' the' effect of the establishment of a'ROvern a'ROvern-ment
ment a'ROvern-ment In the Canal strip 'by the: 'Commission.. Apparently they
fear, lest the .effect 'be to create out of part'-of' their .teiritorv
a competing and independent community which shall injurious injuriously
ly injuriously ..affect their business reduce 4helr,: revenues 'and "diminish
meir prestige as a.nation.''
- The United States la about,
State of Panama a very jrreat benefit by the expenditure of mil millions
lions millions Of -dollars in. the .construction- of the canal. But this fact
must not blind us-to the, importance of so exercisln the author authority
ity authority given us under the treatv with Panama as to avoid creating
any; suspicion Tiowevetfimlounded, of our intentions as to the
future. -1 .'." -. ( t, i' i . n
We have not the.' slightest .Intention of establishing an in independent
dependent independent colony in the middle of the State' of PanSmaj or of
exercising rany greater governmental functions than are neces necessary
sary necessary to enable us conveniently 'and safely to construct,' maintain
and operate the canal, ilnder the rights given us v the treaty.
Least of all do we desire to Interfere with-t.h hnslnPM and
prosperity of the people of Panama, -'
- However far a just construction of the treatv' mlikht enable
us to go, did the exigencies of the ease require it. In asserting
the equivalent of sovereignty over the Canal strip, It is our full
intention that the riehts which we exerts hn h vprMH
with all proper .care for the honor 'and interests ot the people
oz ranama. -o t
- The Exercise- of such powers as are 'given us bv the treatv
within the geographical boundaries of the Republic of Panama
may easily, if a real sympathy lor both the nreseJnt and future
welfare of the people of Panama
the American. Government.? This would seriously Interfere with
the success of our great protect In that countrv.1, , -. 4
tf-' It Is ef the utmost Importance that those who are ultimate ultimately
ly ultimately responsible for the policy pursued, should have at first, hand
as trustworthy information as can b? obtained. In respect to the
conditions existing in Panama and the. attitude and real Inter Interest
est Interest of the neople of that State.- v i
After the conference with the Secretary of State and your yourself,
self, yourself, I have ; concluded that lb will be of .great advantage if you
can visit the Isthmus of Panama tn person and hold a conference
with the President and' other governmental authorities of the
Renubllc of Panama. TVou are authorized in doing this to take
with you such persons as vou desire. 'familiar with the eondlHona
m tne istnmue, wno may aid you
you are able to make this visit
The Secretary of State will
ter at PanamA to tender yOu, every, assistance in his power,, and
th Governon of the Canal strip, General, Davis, will of course do
, ; You will advise the President of the Reptiblic' what the policy as they were' drUUng a safe In
of this Government la to be, and assure him thaC.lt is not the 'the treifer.v.'-i,,,'- .5
purpose of the United Statet to take'1 advantage of the rights h The men fled but Boostronl
conferred upon It bv the treaty to Interfere with the welfare and called the police and the sus sus-nrosperity
nrosperity sus-nrosperity of the State of Panama, or of the cities of Col6n and .pects were: caught seven mfn-
Panama. You will make due report of the result of vour visit on
your, return ;757t:;
1 .X ''i'i '7 t '..'7, F AfrV if
: (U.S. Armv Photo)
auoted In Panama upon the
s current' xnaodore Roosevelt
w. ;,,, 4
fl. iftn t niHMii nHer mnr
of the Isthmian Cartal Conimis
- the Canaband in-' the exercise
as it! seemed necessary, "tor the
the-treatv with tin Rpnuhiir nf
v" ' '
, 'i -.
fa imifpi' i th-Wnnu f v,
is -not shown. create distrust, nf
with their counsel,' The earlier!
instruct the TTnlW fltjitm Mini.
Tfwi fnilw VtAnwM "-v'. .,; : i -.
First Time Some
With Water In It
.The flag-bedecked ferryboat Presidente Porras.jet
out early this afternoon on a pqrtiol transit of the Canal
with Its most Interested and1 critical group of Canal
sightseers in years. S,
v A couple of hundred Canal oldtimers who are on thi
: Isthmus for the Roosevelt Centennial celebrations wer
aboard: Some of the them who worked on the Canal in
early construction days have never seen the Canal irr bp
- This Js one of the biggest
events of the centennial weeK. 1
i The group boarded the porras
at Gamboa and wilt disembark
at Pier 16, Balboa.
Also, aboaio was Mrs. Ethel
RooseVeit ueroy, wnose omy
previous visit to tne Isthmus was
before the Canal was finished.
Events tonight Include a Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal College Club meeting, at
the Red "Cross building, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal with' Col. Charles O. Bruce
speaking, and a showing by Dia Diablo
blo Diablo camera Club t the Tivoll
Ballroom of-a series ot slides de depleting
pleting depleting "Then and NoW.I : -i i
i-Tomorrotj IjLsum.. pnexof
the, IslRhlights (OfT'the'Weeif on
the Atlantic side will be held
when,' Cristobal High School will
have a Roosevelt Centennial Asr
sembly In the auditorium, of the
school. Herman Hagedorn will be
the speaker.' s -.
' Luncheon meetings of Panama
and Cristcbal- Colon Rotary
clubs' tomorrow will be devoted
Balboa Dry Dock
Fire In Caisson
Put Out Promptly
'.-'.. .' 7.'i; . ". & r-. r A;
A smoldering fire, which, sent
smoke billowing from the two
nnpn hatches and all -ventilators
Of a big caisson used at the Bal
boa' drydock was extinguished
late Monday nignt oy iireiiKni iireiiKni-ers
ers iireiiKni-ers from the Balboa cefttral Sta.
tion. i ',
Th. fire was reported at 10:36
p m. by J. P. Laughlin ,vho torn
firemen tnat ne couiq sme
omethinff burnina aboard the
rton which is designated as
U S. No, 1, tiea up,at Jfier i m
The Bf'boa, firefighters ant-
swered the call with Engine
Number one. They went down
four decks of the caisson, wnicn
If approximately 80 feet tail, be before
fore before thev fourld the source of the
smoke a large wooden board
on which scraps of lumber, cara-
board and oakum were, burning
In order to get at the fire, the
firefighters had to lower 300 feet
of Jiose Into the hatch. -.
"The firefighting operations
were supervised by Capt. P. F.
Graham, Balboa Station Com
mander.. ; The firefighting crew
was led by sgt. r. A. Mopi.
2 Bound For Trial
Of Office Trailer
' Tw wen who; are accused of
burglarizing a trailer at Diablo
which was being used as an of-,
fice by Bildon Inc. appeared at
Balboa Magistrates Court' today
and were bound over to appear
at the U.S. District Court on
ball of fSOO each. v
The men were ROianao
Brown,' 26. Costa Rlcan and
Jose Luis FUrnlel, 22, Panama
Evidence was giver by D. D
Boostrom,' an executive of the
f lrm, ; who- surprised ,the men
utes later by a policeman who
fired his pistol inta the ground
to get. the, men -to ttop run-
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couple of Rough Rlderettes oft
, the Cristobal Monday.
Friday 1$ Night
For Presenlalion :
Of Essay Prizes U
The ceremony at which, prizes
won by the three students of tht
Latin American schools InZtht
Theodore v Roosevelt Centennial
essay contest will be presented
is scheduled to open at 7 o'clock
Friday night. ; ,
' v'i '.-7. ?m .v '.
The presentation will be ftiadt
at the "Family Night"! program
to be held at the Paraiso- Gym
nasium under the sponsorship
of th Civic Council,
The prizes were donated by
the Congress of-Latin American'
Civic Councils. The winners, oi
the contest and the priues ars:
Edwin Joseph, 'Rainbow Clt)
High School, first, $10.00 cash;
Juan B. Morales, Paraiso Junioi
HlgH JSchool, second $7,50;; and and-Louis
Louis and-Louis Brownie; Paraiso Senior
High School ,third; $5.00,
It Is expected that the Famui
Night program wia attraqt t
taree crowd. i
in aaaition to me casn irizei
u w a n as. cau iuav : us. vtka tkJiti
Friday night, the first and sec
with' miniature busts of "Theo
dore Roosevelt .att the Dedlcai
tion"Cferemonrto be held Sat
urdav morninff at the Admin
lstration.. Building' a,t Balbot
Heights. : s .,.,
Miniature -busts will also bt
presented to, the first pfie win
ners of the Balboa and criato
bal High schools for thenz
Ush language essays.
tORT, WORTH, Tex, (UPI)L.
uetective H. W. Jordan waa eat
ing breakfast yesterday in a cats
when : shots rang out and bullets
began living. The cafe owner aad
hidden his pistol, a v protection
against burglars:: in a stove and
forgot, to tell the cook, .
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The Mail Box it p 'mm far raaaan of T Panama American.
I Uttsra an) rtceivaa irafatylly ana? art M-a-Uttl ia wholly canfiaantial
' if yen canrribute a lattar -Jen't ba imaatfent H daein't apptar tha
treat ay. Lstftrs ara publiihta" in tha araar receive-1.
Phtata try ta keep tha lattan limire' ta ana aaaa Wntth.
t. Mantity af lattar wriUrt is haM in strictttt canfidanca.
Thii newspaper anumat na raspantibiliry far statcmanti ar epinian
exprai-1 in lattars fram rt-dtrt.
TH MAIL BOX
Oct. 27 I was a customer at the shoe section at the Paraiso
annex of the Commissary and was greatly embarrassed, and I
xeally mean embarrassed.
While waiting to be served I saw about three men enter the
ectioh where the shoes are stored, and about five minutes later
.heard e, loud voice and ungentlemanly expressions emerging
"from the stock room. I investigated, and found that the ques questionable
tionable questionable expressions were being used by a man of considerable
authority in the Canal organization.
The assistant manager in charge of the annex is a fine per person,
son, person, a leader, a good preacher, and holds a high position In the
Methodist Church on the Isthmus. He should not be subjected
to language of the sort I heard coming out of the stock room. I'
wish the official responsible had been privileged to hear a cou-
pie of sermons Ford preached recently, from St. Matthew's Gos Gos-pel
pel Gos-pel and the Epistle to the Hebrews. These sermons would have
given that official cause to think twice before he acted as he
I wish the heads of some divisions. would look into the way
some of the supervisors issue paychecks to their local-rate em employes.
ployes. employes. Some of us who .work for hospitals get off at T a.m., we
either have to go home and come back, or simply wait around
till the checks come in at about 9 ajn.
Then sometimes the supervisor takes our checks from the
timekeeper, checks them himself to see whether we have had
any time off (Isn't this the timekeeper's job?) and, In general
delays till sometimes it is 11 a.m. before we get our check.
I think this is a poor way to treat employes Just 6ff night night-shift
shift night-shift who want to go home and have something to-eat before
getting their sleep before coming back for another night's work.
Why not let the timekeepers issue the checks? They ara al always
ways always on the job, AR1S
WAGES AND CONDITIONS OF WORK
All through the year labor
wrangle about working conditions and wages. But no one does
anything on behalf of the" helpless housemaids. Take a census
of the working conditions of these girls, and the "handouts"
they receive, and you will come up with an ugly picture.
Imagine a maid receiving $30 a month to live in, on 24-hour
call, taking care of two children, washing and ironing daily,
making lunch for the household, oaring for the dogs and birds,
scrubbing the window blinds, and getting only Sunday off after
washing the supper dishes on Saturday night till about 9 o'clock.
One of these days when the husband has a bad hangover
the maid will also be asked to wash and polish his car. J
Despite all this, there are some nice North American who
pay their maids decent salaries and treat them well. God bless
these nice North Americans.
A Poor Girl
In order that the suffering working man of Panama does
not leel alone In his misery, he can read the recently-published
story about the Intentions of the government of the Philippines
to eliminate the monopolies which are smothering the economic
life of those Islands.
At the same time I need a little sympathy from my old pal
Ginger Know All, as my face is really red. Although Ginger will
admit no errors, and indeed exhibits such sagacity that he
should be consulted on all questions of international scope, I
am not possessed of such infallible talents, and have thus be become
come become embarrassed.
In discussing the parsimoniously Scottish wages paid to
caddies on a certain Canal Zone course dedicated to the old
Scottish game of golf, I find that those woudd-be social climb climbers
ers climbers from the Canal Zone who prefer to play at the Panama
Golf Club are party to the payment of wages there which are
even lower than those in Panama's bottling and soap and oil
Industries. The Panama Golf Club help for the most part gets
25 cents an hour, as compared to the 38 cents an hour paid bj
golf clubs on the Canal Zone.
The Panama labor Inspector, I understand, is a keen golfer.
IMPERIALISM BT INTERNAL REVENUE
We know that Panama, by act of the US "Congress in 1951,
no longer is considered a nation, so why do "Ginger Know All"
(Mail Box, Nov. 10) anl "What a
sist on trying to argue with the
terrltorv for income tax purposes,
no matter for what reason, that
doesn't exist as a sovereign nation as long as American citizens
her are compelled to pay US taxes.
It. should also be remembered that the Constitution of the
t$0ted States that no citizen can be obligated to pay taxes to
the Internal Revenue Department wtihout representation. If we
want representation in Washington, we can hire a lawyer. We
donot benefit from the taxes we
rtfjzed superhighways, nosbeauuiui nauonai paries, we ouy
Whatever the eggheads put on the shelves of the commissaries.
We rent government quarters at government prices and hardly
ever get them painted. There are no free colleges for our chil children.
dren. children. Tenderloin is never sold in the commissaries It must
ill go up the Hill.
I once read a Drew Pearson column which declared that
people are taxed in Russia, where everything is run by the state.
The taxed people have no representation there, and neither do
wel Some Americans have children born In the Republic of Pan Panama
ama Panama who cannot become American citizens here, though they
tell us we are living under the Stars and Stripes and teach us
American doctrine. Non-resident alien wives of Americans are
required to pay income tax to the US Treasury. Sure Is confus confusing.
ing. confusing. I think It would be easier for Panama if Ernestlto, Dicky
and all the rest threw lri the sponge, gave up trying to buck the
Hill, and went to Balboa Heights to get a job. Treaties are no
more binding these days than are service,, experience and knowl knowledge
edge knowledge in the Army.
In the past few months the Engineers have hired new em employes
ployes employes with no previous, experience, but one thing in com
mon the same fraternity. The empire builders have got .It
made, they are going to keep it that way, and I don't think
anyone In Washington fives a hoot.
1 don't really blame the empire builders when they have
xouna tnernseives aoie to jump irom a meaiocre carpenter to a
"chief, from a grease monkey to a chief, from a mediocre electri electrician,
cian, electrician, to a, chief, from 10 years service as an Army private to a.
chief I could extend the list forever.
G: The cute thing of It all is that. now these boys are in they
cannot afford to have any smart boys under them, for fear of
-being undermined, so they hire fraternity buddies.
leaders, workers and employers
Set Up" (Mall Box, Nov. in
US. Panama was declared ys
and when Congress says that,
is what it means. Panama just
pay. -We get no Federally-sub
By VICTOR RIESfL C.
At 10 a.m. on the morning after
Elect.on Day an aide of Sen. Barry
Goldwater told long distance
telephone caller that the poli political
tical political leader was "resting from toe
election excitement of last night.
The Senator could rest well. Ot
all those who had hit labor head
on with, a irontai anacK, omy ne
Furthermore, those who know
the Senator knew he rested happy
for he did not retire until he
revealed that he had contacted
Sen. John McClellan to urge that
the racket-busting" committee open
the fall season with a probe of
money, manpower and, said the
Arizona Senator, some "racket "racketeers"
eers" "racketeers" sent into the state to fight
Inside Sen. Goldwaler's sleepy
camp the word was that colleague
McClellan hid agreed. Investiga Investigators
tors Investigators were already in the state.
But outside of i u n ny, pros
perous, almost fully emplyed An
ions, few regular Republican teaa-
ess rested well. They could talk
about setting into action that very
morning after the big count. But
they bad little td match the far-
flung, smooth and sophisticated
network of campaign units wnicn
labor had hooked up across the
nation this year.
Labor s machine, on tne aay al
ter election, appeared to be by
far more polished, more automat automated,
ed, automated, better, staffed, better financ financed,
ed, financed, and more strategically direct directed
ed directed from local headquarters than
anything political observers had
The only Republicans who won
were those who did not tangle with
labor or did not raise a labor is
sueand that went for Nelson
Rockefeller, in New York as well
as for GOP Congressmen in Wy
Labor didn t do it this time with
phone networks, car pools or baby
sitters, alone. Collectively it pour
ed several million dollars into the
fight against the right-to-work pro proposals.
posals. proposals. But there were no big sums
spent by. any central outnt.
The national At L-CIO headquar
ters put ou a movie, a book, and
some literature. But friendly re
gional committees and local unions
spent hundreds of thousands more
on an additional movie, scores of
major television shows and liter
ally thousands of TV and radio
spots. These were as expertly pro produced
duced produced '.and as skillfully timed on
small networks from Vermont to
Washington on the west coast as
anything Madison Ave. did for the
Hut this labor campaign, metho
dically decentralized. sweDt far be
yond even the modern smooth-coated
techniques. This, time labor
didn't '. attempt to 'fight alone. In
the state of Washington, for exam-
pie, tne union chiefs went to the
. . . T
small businessmen s organizations.
inese are made up of merchants
who depend on the good will of
union customers. And, of course,
on the daily, year-round coopera
tion ot union workers in tneir stor
es and shops and on the floors of
their small factories.
These merchants hit the hustines
against the right-to-work laws and
for tne laDor backed candidates.
In Washington, the small business
men also took some personal plea
sure in fighting against proposals
openiy packed py the aircraft and
electrical equipment corporations.
bui wnat stands out in this truly
vast campaign which defeated
most of the right-to-work proposal
ana neipea to elect 170 out of 248
major candidates labor endorsed
is the fact that labor made this
bread and butter election.
To do this successfully the sec
ond and third echelon union man
agers and business sgents bv the
tens of thousands jtopped making
speeches about registering and get
ting the vote out They got them
For the first time they really
went into the shoos, the bit plants
and whipped Up' local union meet meeting
ing meeting for practical: politics. There
was scarcely a local union which
didn't hear that the right-to-work
laws would result in the loss cf
jobs, the loss of seniority, the Joss
of high wages., the loss Of the all
vital grievance procedure, the ion
of picketing rightly the loss of
cosi-to-uving increases, the ion of
power in future negotiations, the
loss of pension: and. welfare bene benefits,
fits, benefits, the loss of restraints on out-
oi restraints on oui-
tngt firing; and ln effect, the loss
of their unions.
Against this kind of argument
no iiepuDiican could win even
in states where there was no right-to-work
issue unless he denounc denounced
ed denounced it.
With the manpower to sound off
in thousands of union halls, labor
apparenuy nas Duut what for the
mumcni is me mosi eneenve poll
tical force Jn the land. 7
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BARCELONA, Spain I have,
oeciaraiiou. do matter what
the other lenows say, I am not
going, to write a buiinght book.
i live a good deal oi time in uus
charmlngh ountry, and -iome oi
my best friends are bullfighters,
but nbWff light 'book for me.:
There is a 10-buck volume,
called "Bullfight," by Peter
Buckley in the marts at the mor
ment VT T
Uncle Rex Smith, now scour
ing Spain, has a fine anthology
to hifKAt "Tk Biography; of
the Bulls," in wmcn Kex s prose
Is .better; than that of the con contributors.
tributors. contributors. That's a sjven-flfty
Barnaby" Conrad, the diplomat-
piano-p 1 a,y e r-nlght-club-o
w n e fcalnter -bullfighter, has
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spawned another on Manolete,
called "me Death oi Mano.ei,e,"
and .this, shouia make the great
torero convincingly dead ueoAUde
Don Barnaby has been killing
him off in vomme alter volume
Now Conrad Is writing one
more; called "The Complete Afi Aficionado,"
cionado," Aficionado," another IO-buck item,
which will be hio seventh ap appraisal
praisal appraisal of the deadly art of beef beefsteak
steak beefsteak the hard way.
Then Conrad, whom I saw re recently
cently recently In San Francisco, tells me
that he has been working for
five years on a book, called
"Dangerfield," which he says he
vigorously denies is based on the
life of Sinclair Lewis.
The fact -thafe Conrad, a most
diffuselif tal?nte4 m.n, once was.biappx la4roniQf, a lo of noisy
. I ..i iti t..iijts a. a.
secretary and chess companion
to the volatile Lewis steals a
touch of credence from his vlg
orous iienial. If there, Is what tne
buanghters call "a inomnet ot
truth" In the Lewis book, author
Conrad can let the toros graze
for -a spell.
Starting a few years back with
Tom -Lea and covering quite a
few folk from Marguerite Steen
to Kenneth Tynan, there seems
to have been more books about
bullfighting than there are bull bullfighters
fighters bullfighters to b written about.
I have a small contribution to
offer, apart frora one crack that
detractors of the art .of tauro tauromachy
machy tauromachy could all .be happier If
they considered the whole busi
ness as a. rump steak, that, dies
music. Tne trouwe wjin dwmirui.
writins; Is. that the plot, .since
"Blood and Sand"!'. by, Ibafiez,
has been too desperately inflexi
Simply, it's poor boy makes
good as matador, gets snolied by
success, drinks too much andor
takes uo with ruinous women,
loses bis courajre : and catches
Mmseifon horn.' Some re're
like jEl GaUo or Belmonte. But
th! ('ofsn't make drama.
I thin1-1 will switch th theme
end write my own SDrUh
"Death in the Afternoon" like
Poor boy ets off airplane with
handover; eon home 1 to find
thin-s as usual. The coofr's '"k.
the tunny's wfnn ''ied. The
poodlfl .has a pori ey". and he
oldest dog la wearjnr thin on the
hlsldr. .-W 9'" 0ut orie"
a ual, ,nri the nines hve
snri-ns; a Ann Tre'.i an another.
other. another. sienal from th Pnreau of
No plaster has fallen yet
but It's v overdue, Somethln?
Fms to be eettinn the goldfish.
The weather varies,
But a: note of sentiment In Intrudes.
trudes. Intrudes. Nprrren is iust as wetty
as ever. And the orange? are
creeDlne; out Into full ; eutnmn
coior. And the girls : are even
prettier in th Bar Marfll.
But there n other thi"gi a a-bdut
bdut a-bdut Spain. The cutomt bovs
are 1uf as nice. The weoie
smll. The aun shines. And aft after
er after Jt vfar-j rtf Mn an enra.
l6na' wust In fh' rowrhT 'arid
T 'ir?r v- thaf It "H a tjoerf"!
thfl'T to e home ugaln, If only
h "m. Roanl'h eati t&
ftnW In tVi mtnrl Kn Jf Viot lj
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le1rv,'TiJne end all. 1
i AUCTION i
WASHINGTON'- It's time the
Amer-can people got nd of the t
dea that a Catholic should not be
elected President of the y United
States.: and. last week's 'election
indicates that they are doing so.
Four, Catholics were elected to
the Senate, not because of r their
religion but because they were
good men, while two states Penn
sylvania ana Colorado elected ca
tholic governors for the first time
in history. Two other important
states also elected Catholic gover-
rnrVt Rrmim in Talifnrms and
Mike D. Salle in Ohio,- both out-1
t jf. i
In Ohio,! once a. stronghold of
the Ku Klux JUan, no Catholic,
a few1 years ago, had a chance.
But after Frank Lausche, a Ca-i
tdolic, proved such a popular gov
ernor that he was re-elected lour
times, Ohioans got i over their
fear, that- the Pope would move
into toe fetate House at Commons.
In Connecticut last : week the
people oi that largely tatlfbuc
stau. turned round and re-elected
a Jewish governor.' Aoe ftibicotfr
by the largest plurality in .tne
State's hiiiory, indirectly, this
was ao answer to' the hate-moa-gers
wno combed the synagogue
The four new Catholic Senators
are Phil Hart of Michigan, Eu Eugene'
gene' Eugene' McC a t th y ot- Minnesota,
inomas JLodd of Connecticut, and
Ed Muskie of Maine, all Demo
crats, an tine men.
The victory of Coneressman Mc
Carthy in Protestant Minnesota is
especially sienificant. For McCar.
thy, from the city of St. Paul, de defeated
feated defeated an .able Republican. Sen.
Ed Thye. a former governor: Re
ligion was raised by some voters
privately, but when ; the Votes,
were counted, the miiot'itv nad
put religion on the sidelmes.
Slmuiuneously, three Catholic
candidates. Democrats. wer
feated. Maryland, first settled bv
Catholics fleeing from England,
defeated Mayor D'Alesandrn nt
Baltimore, running for the Senate.
Religion, however, was not an is is-sue.
sue. is-sue. Maryland had previously e e-lected
lected e-lected a. Catholic governor, Her Herbert
bert Herbert O'uhmhv last made him
RELIGION CAN BOOMERANG
Democrat Frank Hogah, i Man
na nan aistnct attorney, was de defeated
feated defeated in New York, and in ? this
ca&e rel gion was an issue in re reverse.
verse. reverse. Some Piroteitant and .Tw.
ish .voters got sore at the Insist
ence of carmine De Sapio,' head
of rammany, that a Catholic:
must run for the Senate. De Sa Sapio,
pio, Sapio, barred Tom Finletter". a Pro
testant, and non-Catholic voter ra.
sented M. niressmafMrKeetli
"aLZ Jev"!'!? IBW 'dewAapparently cealdn't in-
son, -deleated Hogan in this undis
guised bid u Uki 'the Catholic
VOtetV1''" .:.i':V -hX i,,,-'"
uThis highlights the fact that the
choce of candidates bv re ipinn
can hnnmnranir Whi vnt, l.!.
that a man is picked because ofi
nis religion rather than his abili ability,
ty, ability, they can react vigorously,
There was some early resent resentment
ment resentment jn Connecticut against Gov
ernor Ribicoff, a Jew,, handpick handpick-ing
ing handpick-ing Tom Dodd, a Catholic, to run
for the Senate, but this evaporat evaporated
ed evaporated be ore election. ' t
Last week's demonstration of
nonsectarian balloting should help
the presidential aspirations of
Massachusetts' Sen. Jack Kennedy.
Here again, if voters are judging
a eandida'e not on h's religion
but on i qualifications,!' Kennedy's
youin may oe against him.
As Sehator. he did Hot. at iirst
live up to h's publicity agent. He
sfc-addled Issues and voted Wrong.
Latterly be has become farsight-
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ed, courageous, has grown id" t-"
ture. But lie js'aill joung.
sj3 His greatest: handicap may bV
his iainei-i one ot um wtut-ua :r
men in the USA, who increase! :
his fortune by securing the ageu.
cy of one of the top Scoxn wu
ky bi-anas hgnt after prohibition,
The New York election showed,
that wealtn does no. need to be a;
political handicap. But RockueU
ler's lather is a m litan, dry, Ken Kennedy's
nedy's Kennedy's father a militant wei, who
BOt : Only contributed heavily
we late sen. Joe McCarthy, but
arranged meetings at his Cap
woa fome Between jyictariny ana.
arauja. bpeuman. Tins was Prob
ably why young Kennedy never
stood up to' be counted aga nst
Senator McCarthy a fact whicb.
Mrs. Roosevelt hasn't let the pub'
-' i -, - -u -j
, Kennedy, however has become
an A l Senator, and if the Demo Democrats
crats Democrats nominate r a Catholic- tot
president, the American people
nave come a long way Irom the
Herbert Hoover -Al Smith cam
paign oi tvza tne ou.come. may,
be far d'ife-ent. 1
, Election-, Moral "l:--It doesn't
pay to buck your husband. Minne
sota's Mrs.. Cuya, Knutson, who
refused to retire from 'Congress
at. the request of her hisband,
was badly defeated,
E'ectlon Moral J: No Congress Congressman
man Congressman in the South will run, on a
"moderation" segregation ticket
for years to come. They saw
what happened to Congressman Congressman-Brooks
Brooks Congressman-Brooks Hays, president of -the
Southern Baptist Convention, when
he advocated moderation in seg
regation, not rootin' tootin segre
gatiun.. He lost to an earreye-and,
nos doctor in a write-in vote m
'McCarthy ism is dead in Wiscon Wisconsin.
sin. Wisconsin. The avalanche of Democratic
votes proved this. Only Fred Zim
merman, onetime member of the
Ku Klux Klan, had repented,- di
vorced nimsetf completely from -Kluxism
and McCarthyism. .kc
Cairthyism is also desd in Colora
do, where Democrat Byron John Johnson,
son, Johnson, former economics professor
who candidly- admitted he was a
pacifist,-defeated Republican state
Representative John Mackie.
Nebraska, which has the highest
percentage of Republican. ewsjia ewsjia-pers
pers ewsjia-pers of 11 th 4s states; knocked
its only two Republican Congress
men out of office and seemi'te
have 'elected a Democratic gov governor.;
ernor.; governor.; The Omaha .World-Herald-which
covers Nebraska with Re
pubhoan doctrine as the Democra
flume NhrV voUn
Oile reason for the defeat
Gov. Robert Holmes; Oregon Dem Democrat,4
ocrat,4 Democrat,4 was the' backstage bicker
ing of the two Democratic Sena Senators
tors Senators frora Oregon Neuberger and
morse. ,- .,
,:.'"' ".' i. v ''
? The two politico who went wid
est of the mark in their predic
tions were vice r resident Nixon
and ex President Truman: .' Nixon
kept repeating that the Republi
cans were in for a big and plea pleasant"
sant" pleasant" surprise. They were Surorls-'
ed, baf-uot pleasant'y. Harry Tru
man kept warning the Democra t
to be careful about repetition ,, of
1948. Don't trust the pollsr he
said. Incident ally, the pollj thi?
time were accurate.
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1 HOLLYWOOD (NEA) With
jrear-end film award time 1un a a-bout
bout a-bout with -us, I'm jmnpins the gun
ftiriav1 and eivini Jack Bean the
Hollywood Husbands' Medal of
Honor,; Whox else,-, after -all, can
match back's patience and temper
control-accompanying wife MM
Gaynor an M'; PIECES OF
LUGGAGE jampacked ; I witli her
dothesv on a. Awo-month personal
appearance, tour 1 of Europe? Europe?-11
11 Europe?-11 itzf taking her entire Holly: Holly:-trood
trood Holly:-trood wardrobe tp Europe was the
studio's idea for a "South Pacific"
selling job. "Kill the people with
jrour ctothes,"" ordered the-studio.
Jack and the 17 piece of luggage,
a.!.;.!. tnltiAmA, -fAtinVa inH hi?.
But while millions-of other
ffcusband;-traveling :this summer
iWitn excess-D a g g a ge-a wiyr,
groaned, fretted and secretly
thoucht fvmayhem.iMitzi "says
Jack, who-: it -an- advertising man,
""was a doll about it." AH he said
tohen fee heard about .those 17
pieces of luggage'wasS
- jaitzi, youa diii r -wear
1 So Mitzi did,' and -Jack juggled
the baggage checks v and even
i signed in ?at a couple 6f v .hotels
'as "Mitzi "Gaynoif end Baggage
I Handler." But at least there was
hone happy note -about it for Jack
-Mitzi's studio- paid for all the
THERE -WAS $0 MUCH Mitzi
Caynortluggage in' -Europe,' in
fact, that before an Air France
trip front Pari to -Cannes for
the- Film Festival i,tne airline
ipaged Mitzl at 'the airport and
aaid',-' -st.'.1-1 ii v '':'' j
MisiiGaj'iftM'i s we'r terribly
Embarrassed about this, .but we
can't f seat yboth you and- your
husband 'and -? take ell i your lug
lagev; You'll hive 1 to ;' decide be between
tween between some of your luggage and
your husband",'; v
False SOS Sends
v COLOMBO, Ceylon. (UPI)-Cey
lonese naval -vessels .and planes
were dispatched yesterday to find
Liberian -tanker- that had sent
- out -radio, messages reporting a
mutiny aboard the-thip in. the In Indian
dian Indian Ocean,
a Late -messaee received from
i fhe tankee Chloe deniedrthat thete-l
had : been mutinyiand indicated
the earlier SOS was sent by a ra-:
Ci di oprator who had suffered a
!' Ceylonew .?atrthoriM, Beverthe-
less, decided to organise a searcn
for the.-Chloe in the event aid
were:needed,.;".;;; '' i
First inessaeet .from the Chloe
ticked o here and in Singapore
reported the captain and chief of-
ncer ot uie tanker nao seen Kiiiea
'. in mutiny, and that mutineers
were attempting to break into the
radio officer's robm. to kill him.
, iflead; Two hours later new mes mes-eaget
eaget mes-eaget from the ship said the pre previous
vious previous SOS should be ignored.,
Agents for the ship here said
I 'Hie- tarlier messages were the
work of a radio operator who had
: 'gone off his head and locked
himself in the' cabin The agent
. said ship's officers reported they
had t;break into the radio room
to halt the messages and that all
was -now-quiet board the vessel,
As Jack lauchs about Hj :
r. '-Mitzi he&iuted a linle and then
picked me over three trunks." ;
. Except for. new ; song album,
"This Is Mitxi'V the JGaynor ca career
reer career has been coasting1 since
"South Pacific". She's been : nix
ing all kinds of .TV off ers ; while
waiting, she. told me,?"lor a film
comedy J m wiia about doing.' v.
The-Witnet: Frank Barron says
he went to see the movie "Damm
Yankees'' but he had a bad seat
"behind first. base." irt t.
xTHlS 1$ HOWLYWOOD, Mrs.
Jones; Bob Hope is insisting Bob
Crosby has turned down Las
Vegas offers "because he doesn't
want to mess around in his
nephews' play pen."
Not in the Script: Raymond
(Perry Mason) Burr debunking
the belief in kits of places that
there is no big -screen demand
for the stars of telefilm series:
"Since starting 'Mason' I've had
to turn down roles in. exactly '24
big jnoviej." ;
End of an era note: That "Tor
Sale" sign on Hollywood's famed
Sunset Strip place, tne JaocamDO.
Ciro's -down tiie-street, is closed,
too, but due for a reopening, this
Blush note: The Crosby -clan
over those xippy color photos of
Pat Sheehan MirsDennis Cros Crosby)
by) Crosby) in a national magazine.' She
unziDDed for them as a Las Ve
gas chorus girl,
SHORT TAKES: UnivereaMn
ternational's hush-hush policy for
future film -making is only 12 big
movies a year Twenty years ago
the studio turned out 60 every 12
months. Last year were wen-e on
lv 36. .A "Texas Blanket."
100-dollar bills stapled together
has become a new gift idea for
people with 100-dollar bills.
Hollywood mo vie s becoming
more anci more aau are jpeing
labled just that, "For Adults
Only", in Ontario. Canda. Already
on the adult list there: Cat On
a Hot Tin RooL A Certain Smile.
Cop Hater, I Bury the Living,' The
Reluctant Debutante and voice tn
the Mirror. t .Recommended
"House-boat." with Cary Grant
and Sophia Loren,
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MEW YORKf CUPD-More than
rtirpii.niirtrs of the nation's re
tailers look for Christmas sales to
increase approximately : $ per cent
over last year, ana are ooosung
their' advertising ; budgets accom
intriv.. : tlm American newspaper
Publishers Association. reported
Another M per rent p e e t
sales to remain unchanged from
last year, while only per tent
anacipate a decline m ousiness,
the fifth- Christmas business -.survey'
by 'the association Showed. Jt
covered 407 retailers, representing
M .. Mn a..
au types or stores m m nates.
The otptimistia findings were in
hrt contrast with last year,
when a similar poll found only 54
ner cent of. tne .nauons mer
chants banking on a sales gain
The survey reported 32 per cent
of the retailers plan to Increase
their) ad budgets by an average
of 10 per cent, Only 10 per cent
said tney expect io cut meir au au-vertising
vertising au-vertising spndmg, with the cuts
averaging 10 per cent.
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-CAT'S MEOW-Within1 sight ot the nation's CapltoL thls.
-( "', his wars&AA paradt was in progress when photo was takaalj
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BERLIN. Nov, 12 (UPI) West
Berliners today were told to trust,
allied security pledges in the face
of a communist demand that the
western allies get out-of the city.
. Th nennla and r their leaders
showed to signfef fear, Iwt they
were aware tney nugnt Diacing
another test of their abilty to hold
out under communist pressure.
East Germany Deputy Premier
Bans Loch said last night -the
western allies must; get out of
Berlin because they have broken
the Potsdam Agreement -; .-J
With his statement, tne cam
paign ; against tms esiernv ... out
post started by Soviet Premier
Nikita Khrushchev;: Monday ap appeared
peared appeared to-be ; the. heading jtor
shoVdown.' ri;.; .-.
Loch went far- beyond Khrush-
cheb's statements by saying the
western auies rmust get out ot
our Berlin.' ; v -AM-j-i-
It could not be determ i n e d
whether Loch's statement : was
merely part of the warpof "nerves
against, the city or whether it re re-flected
flected re-flected the Soviet determination to
force the aUies to leave, t v
The U.S. SUte, Department bad
said the Americans -will use mil-
lury- iorce.to now we city j
uxOf. in a speecn in tne town
e i i M o l F n STILT
Carefully manipulating ber wa
terlogged st tl t s;-- iz-year-oia
liiii.n rhniflfld .walks throueb
, Anntori street : in WlCKIora.
England. Heavy raine pounaeo i
the town, forcing hundreds
homes to be evacuaiecw
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US Airman Pleads
Guilty To Fatal
Shooting In Japan
TJRAWA, Japan (TJPI) U.S.
Airman Peter E. Lonemre. of
Lakewood. Calif., pleaded guilty
yesterday to the fatal accidental
snooting of a Japanese music
student at the -opening of his
trial Detore- a Japanese court.
Longpre was escorted into the
courthouse through a job of some
500 jeering and. howling Japanese
Communists and. left wineers.
The- demonstrators .caffried .pla-
csras oearins sucn Slogans as
"Yankee, go home." "Give Lons-
pre a stut punishment, and other
anti American sentiments. But
there was ho violence.
LoneDr Wa eKareed' With JV.!
ugence leaning' to-tieath m tne
shootine of Sachivuki Mivahara
last Sept, 7 at Ihe Johnson Air
Base. He laces a maximum pen.
. 1. it... 1 .
ujr m loree years in prison ana'
or a $138 fine.
Accordin? 1 to the indictment.
Longpre, who was assigned to
temporary guard duty- at the Air
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i orte uase, wii toying wiui nis
carbine and aimed it t a Japa Japanese
nese Japanese train passing' through the
Forgetting that he Tiad4 loaded
the rule with live ammunition,
he pulled the 'trigger. The bullet
struck Miyahara, a 22-year-old
music student: Mivahara was
dead on arrival at the hosnitaL
Under the Japanese court sys
tem, a plea of guilty does "not
nait presentation of the case. Both
prosecution and defense .submit
then sides and the three-judge
panel will hand down a Judgment,
NIXON TAKES REST
MIAMI (UPI) Vice President
Richard M. Nixon is taking a
post-election rest at the home of
a friend, industrialist c. li. Ke
bozo. Nixon flew here Saturday,
He was hustled away in Rebozo's
ear before newmen could: speak
Vest Berliners Told To Trust
Allied (Pledges Of Security
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of Letniti, outside Berlin, said all
tour-power agreements on tne
western occupation have been nul
lified because the western allies
have broken the -Potsdam Agree
ment.. He said they bad not car
ried out the- Potsdam provisions
for the democratization,- denazifi
cation ana Demilitarization oi r-
many.,.A-vr: ... i ,-. :
"This-means the treaty breakers
must get out of our Berlin."
In London, a monitored Moscow
Radio- broadcast last night that
the west is using Berlin as a base
for subversive, activities againnst
communist East Germany and the
"Surely the U.S.S.R. has the
right to draw the necessary con
clusions from tne fact that qestern
powers have long been guided by
the.r aggressive North Atlantic,
Pact and not by the Potsdam
Agreement," the broadcast said.
. -"That is why Khrushchev said
yesterday: we have every right
to free ourselves from, out-lived
obligations and conduct in Berlin
a policy based on the interests of
tne .Warsaw Threaty."
1 The offickr Tass News Agency
said mat jjriusn a v 1 1 o n to
Khrushchev's v Berlin statements
show "British official circled have
virtually.' stated their unwilling
ness to reestablish a normal at atmosphere
mosphere atmosphere in Berlin."
WASHINGTON Dr. James R.
Killian Jr., in urging the United
States not to falter xx- efforts1 to
bring scientific and technological
efforts to peak capacity:
'Already some of tne spurt
that followed Sputnik has lost its
force," i ;.-
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. Wiley
Branton. chief attorney in Ar
kansas for the National Associa
tipn for the Advancement of Col Colored
ored Colored People, on a federal court
order that Little Rock proceed
with school integration:
' "It appears the burden of see
ing that the -integration orders
are complied with has shifted to
the ((Little Rock) school board."
DELAND, Fla. Antonl Paul
Terczyak, quoting his wife, Ella,
as he strangled her in a suicide
"Make it swift,, Toni, Make it
VIGHIZZOLO, Italy Animal
trainer Liborio Ronsisvalle on his
staredown with an -escaped lion
that successfully diverted it from
"I caught the beast'i yr ana
held It with a stare, for 80' long
minutes'. I was afraid to shoot
because of the sby.
OLD AND NEW-rPalnted
iiwhite for the grand occasion,
jlan antique baby carriage is
jused in Arlington, Va, to an(
Inounce a modern blessed event,
'I Mr. and Mrs. Frank R Reuti
Ijtnans placed it on the lawn
irtvhen their eldest daughter gave
flteirth to a girl on their Silver
iwedding anniversary. Sign says;
fcTft s girl Karen Sue." a,,
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Martini Cocktails .. ,45
Cognacs .....;... .60
Tom Collins ...... .45
Agewood .... 35
Rtttnjud Cok8b,..t .30
Vermouth ..... AS
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Including a glass of beer
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Nino out of ten people ar unable to answer this slmpio queotion?
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The Tissot-Visodate-ls available in 50 different models, self-winding or
tem-winding waterproof or for dress,
Tissot watches are sold and serviced by
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iti rONSTRUCTION-DAY VETERANS ARE INVITED
TO SATCRPAT GATHERING AT ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL
i The Bishop, Dean and Chapter of the Cathedral of St.
Unke in Ancon have extended an open invitation to 'old
i timera" of the Construction Day to convene In Bishop Mor-
Dtatin'fttlshed Tlsitors, including Canal Zone Got. W. E.
Potter? are expected to attend and greet the veterans of the
' 'ditrinr dty.K They Will pay tribute, to the memory of Fes Fes-'
' Fes-' We" Theodore Roosevelt, who was so proud of the men and
women who worked here in those day.
women w contlnue at 5:30 with the showing of
the film "Theodore Roosevelt, American," and will be follow followed
ed followed with refreshments.
IAWC Announce Prists
Ftr Tutdsy' Btneft
At the benefit card party, lea
and entertainment which the Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Women's Club win give
next Tuesday afternoon at the rt.
Amador Officers' Club, 24 attrac attractive
tive attractive and useful door prizes will be
awarded to the holders of the win winning
ning winning numbers, it was announced
Th entire nrnreeds of the Dene-
fit will be given to the Bella Vis Vista
ta Vista Children' Home in Panama Ci City
ty City to aid in caring for the 38 young
girls who live there.
Drawings for the door prizes
Wttr be held at about 5 p.m., fol following
lowing following the csrd party, tea and en entertainment.
tertainment. entertainment. The prizes, which
nay be seen on exhibit in a front
Ihow window of the main Balboa
cpifimissary, include cocktail
get! decanter and glasses, compli compliments
ments compliments of Shaw's; a lady's purse
Jven by Jeannette's Dress Shop;
vase from Motta's; a Duhlopil Duhlopil-le
le Duhlopil-le foam rubber pillow; 25 gallons
k gasoline from Gulf Oil Compa Compa-Iv:
Iv: Compa-Iv: nine separate gifts sjiive
SVatment.. each from the Stauffer
Slenderizing salon: .an on, pajni-,)
ms vv Mrs "Pete" Johnson: Lu-
cho Azcarraga's newest record,
Panama Mia"; on large bottle
of perfume; one hand-painted ba ba-tta;
tta; ba-tta; 2 bottles of Scotch Whisky1, a
topper plaque; one :yellow linen
embroidered table cloth and jDp jDp-kins;
kins; jDp-kins; another set of two bottles of
Scotch whisky; and a pottery dish.
I Three raffle prizes will also be
Presented. Thev are a beautiful
iOtree laoie mue oi uauve uiu-
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roods, presented by Donald au-
mi and the; jrora company, inc.;
portrait to pe pamiea oy irs..
!Va Fairchild of any person the
rilmer may designate; and a
hat-minp Phristm.K flower ar-
faMement by Mrs. Charles Mor-
The benefit will start at .1:30 p,
In. with a card party and the tea
and entertainment will start at 4
m. Persons who can not attend
is oarri nartv r lirffMl to be
irnt for tHe oroeram that fol
lows ana me aoor. prize arawings.
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in news and entertainment
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Tickets may be purchased from
Mrs. W. S. Rodimon, Balboa
Heights: Mrs. David M. Leonard
of Panama; Mrs. Warren Smith,
Balboa; the JWBm uaiDoa; aren aren-da's
da's aren-da's Beauty Shop; Tony's Salon;
the IAWC Thrift Shop on Automo Automobile
bile Automobile Row; or from any committee
Civil Engineers Have
Special Luncheon Meeting
The Panama section ol tne a-
merican Society of Civil tngi-
nwn has nlanned a soecial lunch
eon meeting for Friday, in connec connection
tion connection with the observance of Theo
dore Roosevelt Centennial week.
The event will honor Waldo Bow Bowman,
man, Bowman, vice president, of the Ameri American
can American Society of Civil Engineers and
editor of the Engineering News
Record, who is in Panama to de dedicate
dicate dedicate the Canal as one of the sev seven
en seven engineering wonders of the-U-nited
Mr. Bowman will be guest speak speaker
er speaker at the luncheon meeting, which
i arhedulerf for 12 noon Friday in
the Fern Room of the Tivoli Guest
meetrag announcement stat
thtt the affair will be "defi
nitely informal." Reservations may
be made' witlr Bud .Rjsberg, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1490; or Tony Mann, Balboa
Dr. Barrv. Mra. Thatcher
Te Ba Collag Club Spaakart
The annual fall luncheon oi tne
Canal Zone College Club, to be
given Saturday in the Fern Room
of the Tivoli Guest House, will be
highlighted by two guest speak speakers.
Thp time for the. luncheon ha
been changed to 12:15 p.m., it was
The speakers tor tne occasion
will be Dr. Frank B. Berry, as
sistant Secretary of Defense, who
will speak on Theodore Roosevelt,
iu mis. mauiikc u. wiiiiams, Mrs j. noane, mi
who will discuss the social life onjDuree tmi Mrs. R. McClean.
IUa Tan fltivino fhn voor 1Qin tnl
1913. Mrs. Thatcher's husbsrid was
governor of the Canal Zone during
All college women are invited
to attend the luncheon. Reserva Reservations
tions Reservations should be made by Thursday
evening with Mrs1. E. W. Hatchett,
Balboa 1779, between 8 a.m. and
3 p.m.: Mrs. Gerald Doyle, Bal-
sist rt ha tint 1 wo in nmi lifiht f
A 4 t I
fjoBdpy kows you.yeXR it but
boa 2444; or Mrs. j. C. L. Adams,
Will, director of the
Program in Panama,
at a luncheon today
in the Salon Chanteclere of the U
The event was a farewell com com-Dliment
Dliment com-Dliment to Mr. Jean Valley, a
World Bank representative, who
is leaving soon for Belgium.
A, distinguished group or guests
Mr. and Mrs. Darling tan
intartain At Cocktails
A farewell cocktail nartv was
given this afternoon honoring Ed Edward
ward Edward Thnrnni first secreta
ry of the British Embassy, and
Mrs. Biggs, who are leaving me
Mr. and Mrs. Henry I. Darling Darlington
ton Darlington hosted the party at their resid residence.
ence. residence. Mrs. McGuth Entertains
At Morning Cofft
Mrs. William D. McGuth enter entertained
tained entertained at a mornine coffee at the
'VGuth Quarters at Albrook Air
icnl.cht of the event was
same, nlaved bv two teams Of
guests who attempted to pass an
orange from chin to chin. Amid
laughter, prizes were awaraea 10
1-thP winners. i
i Guests included Mr. Henry
Leidemer, Mrs. John Smith, Mr.
Raymond Archibal. Mrs. Albert
Vieira, Mrs. Letus Smith and her
mother, Mrs.. Williamson, Mrs.
Vernon Sharp, Mrs. Raphael Dub Dub-oisblanc,
oisblanc, Dub-oisblanc, Mrs. Richard Betrnn,
Mrs. Morris Roberts and Mrs. Al Albert
bert Albert Cunningham.
Nawcomar' Club Maott
With Mr. Dale Kaalan
The hnmt nf Mr T)lna Kealan
at Fort Gulick wis the scene i of
the November board meeting of
the Atlantic Side Newcomers' Club.
New members accepted into: tle
club were ..Mrs. 'Joan : Lebmann,
Mrs.: Elaine Whitsell, Mr. Helen
Diez and Mrs. Cecilia Gove.", j;---.
Plans were made to change the
November club meeting to next
Wednesday. November 19. at the
home of Mrs. Marvin Nolte,
Qrtr. 49, Fort GuUck, at 1:30 p.m.
Attending the board meeting
were Mrs. W. Reinheumer, Mrs. L
Clark, Mrs. J. Bergstrom, Mrs,
M. Nolte, Mrs. E. J. Berger, Mrs
D. Keelan. Mrs. A.Bftsi. Mrs. r.
Williams, Mrs J. Roane, Mrs.' B
Cofc .lfyuc T Addre
vanopaan v.nga .iu ..
Cdl. -C. O. Bruce, ljealth dtrec
tor of the Panama Canal Compa Company,
ny, Company, will speak on "The Roosevelt
Role in Health and Sanitation in
the Canal Zone"- at the November
meeting of the Caribbean College
TVia meetino will he held at the
Cristobal Red Cross Building this
evening at 7:30 as a pan ot tne
Mr. Tt T. f!nnelv. artinff nreai.
dent, said a' special musical pro program
gram program will precede Col. Bruce'i ad address.
dress. address. (Continued on Page I)
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nna. z raoiespoons orange juice,
1 cup heavy cream,., 10-inch
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rind' and iiiee; tM until ttick ttick-eAed.'
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spoons tablespoons sugar-, beating until stiff.
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beaten egg whites.. Pour into
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Garnish with stuffed prunes and
remaining Vi cup cream beaten
Crumb Crust: Combine 1 cup
graham cracker crumbs, V cup
sugar. Yt teaspoon cinnamon ana
1-3 up soft butter, mix together
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Pat out into 10-inch pie plate.
Cknned- prunes play their -part
in good eating, also. These prune
squares will prove it:
. (Make 16 w-inch squirts)
AnA .nil AnA ttolf nl.no 1 1 nnn
1-pound, 13-ounce) finely chopped
canned prunes, V : cup dark corn
syrup, ii teaspoons lemon, juice,
vi teaspoon graiea lemon peei, 1 1-W
W 1-W Cups sifted flour, l teaspoon
salt, cup shortening cup su sugar,
gar, sugar, 13 dark corn syrup, 2 cups
.quick cooking oats.
Combine prunes, V cup corn
syrup, lemon juice and lemon
peel to make filling. Sift flour
with salt, cream shortening and
sugar together until light and fluf'
fy. 'Add remaining corn ; syrup
ana mix, wen. Aaa aau uie nour
mixtura; blend well, then stir in
remaining flour mixture.. Add .1
cup oats and blend in with fin
gers, then blend in remaining
oats. Mixture will be dry and
crumbly. Sprinkle half the mix
ture evenly over bottom of greas
ed 9-inch square pan. Press down
with fingers. Spread with prune
mixture. Sprinkle remaining oat
meal mixture over prune filling
and press down lightly; Bake in
moderate oven (350 degrees F.)
for 40 minutes or until browned
- CYRIL E. FRIEDMAN
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No one vulnerable -South
West Worth Cast
Pat 1 Double Pass
2 4 ( : Pas.' 3 4
4 5-; -.SO P
Pas Pas ;?'.''
Opening lead A
North's five-spade bid was one
or tnose thing,, He did not like
the, idea of his opponents stealing
his game from him and rover
looked the fact that he had a sure
thing good profit by doubling five
South-wai a s top player.. He
looked at the dummy in disgust
and then-proceeded to see if he
could not tind some combination
of cards that would let him make
his contract He trumped the
second diamond lead and nlaveri
two nrounds of trumps. So far, sb
guou; me queen aroppea nicely.
He ruffed the last d'amond and
lerl tho flnnen rJ tltihs. Wart
ered and after taking dummy's
ace isouin piayea a second club
and got the bad news there.. Un Undaunted,
daunted, Undaunted, he played a heart to toward
ward toward dummy and up came West's
Now South was home. AU he
had to do was to lead a heart
back to his queen and throw East
in with the third heart.
East could "lead either a rlia.
mond 6r a heart but South could
trump with .his last trump and
aiscara- aummy s losing club.
A bad contract, hut Smith hart
g'ven the, cards a chance and
they had responded nobly.
Q The bidding hat been:
You,. South; hold
3S VA2 4AKSI KI41
' What do you do now! y
a Artt you are sure that your
partner won't pa, bid five dia diamonds.
monds. diamonds. This rivM him anoUtar
cbane tor seven. If yon want
to keep thlnr impl ut bid
six clubs and take the rare profit.
! .The bidding ha been;
Korth Eat South West,
14. Pas l ,. as I
You, South, hold:
Alt 7I AQKS KJ4
. What do you ddT
Uae it 6n rice! See how
delicious It Is With tea
food, spaghetti, tneat,
eggs, salade every everything.
thing. everything. sAdd Maggl Ketchup to
all your ( meals And
everybody will be de
ourry iduui musing nil wet,
but exami.and a 'long:' weekenu
combined il make uus columnist
too preoccupied to write even a
-. 1 i T f T
few paragraphs. But, like the bad
penny, here 1 am back again
with a iew lines. .
Incidentally, if any of you Ju-
ior College- reacers would like, to
contribute some lerns, I'll a be
more than happy to include them.
Just be sure to g.ve them to me
before Tuesday, morning end)
you'll see your name a priBt;.
Advance notice 1 hereby given;
ot tne swimming party to be held
Friday.'n'ght, Nov. 21, vat the Al Albrook
brook Albrook sw.mming. pool. -Refreshments
will he served and the en entertainment
tertainment entertainment committee has hen
planning, some fun that it guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed to at least partially drown
all. More details will be given
This waak't arutsemo eke is
Briof Baudot's Droducer. Ra-
oul Levy, has been in JJew York
tor a tew nays on lmpunaui uusi-
ness-the, film project wnicn was
to have co-starred Sexy-pui$t and
Frank SLitra and it now looks
defin.ta that the much-publicized
picture won't ever go before the
cameras. The first fly in the oint
ment was Sinatra's tremendous sa-
but even worse was nls insistence
that the flicker l?e made in Holly Hollywood,
wood, Hollywood, hot in Paris as originally
planned. BB's pro ectors feel she s
done frightfnly well staying t t-way
way t-way from the Land of the, Orange,
and they want to continue uie ai
A close relative of President. Ei
.nhnwfr is snreadina, the scuttle
butt that kelson' Rockefeller will
settle for "nothing Jess'' man tne
Presidential nomination in" I960,
isn't interested in, trying 'for. Vice
President on a ticket with Dick
iixon. 1 .Youne James MacArthur
narrowly escaped terious, injury on
the eve 01 his weaoing to Joyce
BulifanU Hij car struck a deer on
a Bucks County v road wane ne
waittn 0te;o:'4hecc et; .he
ceremony, i i,
The blond beauty on Joe E. Le Lewis'
wis' Lewis' most muscular arm is- My-
ira-Slava, the Czech ice skating
champion. .Although Prince Mas
simo is carrying a toreh for Dawn
Anaams brikiu enough to light up
the sky,- he's firm in hie decision
to part trom ner Decause sne re refuser
fuser refuser to' behave like a princess."
He was particularly .burned- at her
metnoa oi announcing meu .eat .eat-ation:
ation: .eat-ation: she tossed a large! chant-
pagne-abd-caviar pasty ior the
press and entered .dressed in black
weepmg. - i
Woulont Dick' Tlannagan, per
sonality boy for 'Zeckendorf, be
able, to ten tne .cope an, vney
wanted to know about we "my,
terv" car with siren in which Si
natra was doing the 'town during
hi New York visit?. : .Tony Lit
to,, former doofman at the Emben,
i now Brett Pearsoir, an actor
making $280 per day.- He'll oe
een nlavinp Anastasia's body
guard (who gets killed) ny' a TV
The best of all the too con
sineers hat i new toal. his friends
have sadly decided: he'e trying to
kill himself byvdrinking. .Life be
comes like the movies when Chris
tine Carere visits Virg. Military
Institute et part of the buildup for
th film'"Mardi Grat" in Which
the gets til mixed up with three
cadets played by Gary Crosby,
Pat Boone end Tommy Sands. De
lightful non-sequitur: they're go
ing to have her blow tips ana
"lull 1.000 men to sleep." 1
Debbie Reynolds' new disc eon
tract with MGM Records is ttld
to be a humdinger in the dough
department. .The Justice Depart
ment has its cgaps (criminal dl
vision) prob'ng the boxing profes
sion. .White House Insiders be.
lieve that when Arthur K Summer'
field bowt out: our next Postmast
er, General will be a woman.
Uttd aftr every
'.wmmw heat rath,
hf and gallinf,
ctini clot, kaept
btby rr.tb, torn-
Mwlicaia kimana Ikln Crm ki ki
nAil auiikim. Itt yaaU. laaalia amiM (
e aMaratm haaoa. .
oviitc, f5Wv V
hat 'too new, but H bears raparf
fien. k One hrtla- bay ro hls'
friend, "Grandpa's so nlc te
ma. He takas m k out to the
middle of the lake and nuts me'.---iit
to that I can wlm." ; .;- ':..
"Don't yau get tired?"
'No, not Mntu afier I get out 'oC r
the bag.", ;
' Lot and Paund) Art the lasi
Baliioa High football game wit :
Junior College-rone ittle red an-.
. v:- -t ;
-.-"JC, girls won '.their..' volleyball
game Monday afternoon., They ton ton-ped
ped ton-ped BHS't score ,by two points,
and credit their success to tht
cheering sidelines, present for 'the) v
first time. Itwas really apprec'at apprec'at-ed
ed apprec'at-ed by all the girls, The next game
will, be Friday, against CHS. The
presence Of cheerers will be
much needed, and hoped for bf
the member$. of the team. .'
the: .yoCf 6f 1
by Doroihy Killgallen
TVir'a fell lira tnri tn .nta.
ratu-a Rttv Jan F.an ; whn'll ha
on view socn at tne tafe.Grinzing.
She' one pf 10 gine who won ting
ing, scholarships tarough a specul
piao ei up oy v-aramai apeuman,
tinging in Jiurope for f; in entire
y ear. ,.wooner lommy ieonem
seems io nave seaiea oown to a
One-tnd-on.v. actre : fatriu
Quinn. -!;'; w:y?i'-&-(-'j'.i
That $400,000 price tag on Evan
Hunter' hovel. "S ranor Whan
They Meet," made a lot o writ writ-ers
ers writ-ers gufp enviously 1 a) year ago
uui uie luiai ceiiuiuiu neat wa sign
ed the other day. at the consider-
ahlv fainatlntf (iinm nt ttt
000, with Columbia Pictures pick picking
ing picking up the option,;1 ? !j
uiamorous duet at the Lobster
arrari and cover girl Dodie Mar-
snan.v iirene Hefvey: u :,neing
oolite, hnlrlin hailr nn lit.
mony-due demands, agaihsc Allti
Mvnca wnue na nu. ma, present
wife, Mary Fiortheim. Picking, at
tempt to regain their composurt
after Mary'a sleep'ng pill pitode.
a or mi writing,. Auan pians e
Ed ahead with- the larva naiftVMV.
;at;the stafler in Lot; Angeifet:; it
would have been ; a headache ;a
cancel it, ; as 400 invitations werjl
in the mail when Marv rrathari tha
headlines. .4 S
'The1 Sa'rdl tnl 'if lntal irtn a
rumor that D. Thomas .will pro-
nure a Krnariicav ihnmfnAvt
uiueiuing aumorea Dy one 01 mt
hfftt.hera anil. hAarinif th. h,i..lir..
ing title of VHetvens Id Betsy."
txvn .onuotr ..expensive OCK-taU-mixing
guide, "Bottom Up"
( it cost a heftv 17.S0V. hai vans
iqto its seventh printing;, for- the
hondty-Tiish. But. admittedly, the
illustration Wbulf delight even a
tA.totaW .-Th pfntmiai. uhn 1-
legedly, was doused, when- Desi-Ar
at him in Las Vegas is willing, to
blot the whisky stains. off his la-
pel, fqrgive and .forget,- Hefeels
that, as long, as DeKcan quite
remember the: details ,0? the" in incident.
cident. incident. himaelf.. rtba virtiwV wnn't
bear, any grudge , .Avoirdupois
note," r ranee miyen ;of ''Suzio
Wong"- i t getting pleasingly
plump tgain. to mtjrbeshe'l) make
it fashionable. , 1
To Varsav LauHing
"WARSAW,'" NoV. llW(UPl)
Communist Party leader Wlady Wlady-elaw
elaw Wlady-elaw Gomulka returned today
from Moscow and hailed Russian
friendship at "the guarantee of
our sovereignty and lndeoen
dence" and Premier- M t k its
Khrushchev at ."the, tood and
tincere friend ot the Polish na nation."
tion." nation." ', ;
Oomulka, In a brief address at
the railroad tation.. n de no
reference to Khmshchef'l threat
that the Soviet Union,. mlht
unilaterally abrogate the Pott Pott-dam
dam Pott-dam agreement. f
But hit remark that the So Soviet's
viet's Soviet's frlendshln "guarantees our
sovereignty and" Independence"
wa. considered acknow)edemnt
of Khrush"! ev't supoort for Po Poland'
land' Poland' claim tf nermanent. bos bos-eession
eession bos-eession of the Ode r-Nelf terri territories
tories territories niacec' under J?ollh !ird !ird-minlstration
minlstration !ird-minlstration In the Potsdam a a-areement.
areement. a-areement. ;h;b .',.:
IPICTAT0RI DROWN S 4 ;
Backwash swells from a pasiinf
American freighter pnlled several
picpickert into' thi Guadalquiver
River here" yesterday and a mem -bers
of the party were drowned,
authoritiet reportedi! 'Police said
two families 'twho.' had ; crowded
ciosa 10 uie water e eare to watcn
the t p a it in gl of the vessel.
Diet-. Xf k e s. The: dead v were
, i n
Mrs, Palmira, Rodriguet, iS.
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WEDKESDAY. NOVEMBER 12, 1958 c
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Socio. and Oilier
Cttlick Chapel Guild
Hears Rev." SrUtt v ; i i
The Fort Culick Chapel Guild,
at a' regular. raeetiBK in the Fort
Gulick Protestant r Chapel heard
an,4 address by Rev. ; Sylvanus
Scarlett of the.-Jsthmiaji Baptist
Church in CwoBi.; -v-
Centering hii remarks : on Ja Jamaica'
maica' Jamaica' the minister.: outlined'. be
history- of the colony and discuss discussed
ed discussed the work of the Baptist church
toereir"-""'; V- v"'
.After His .talk, devotions- were
led -by Mrs. Betty Borgstfom.
Mrs: Esther Keelean presided at
the business session,; during which
Mrs.? Anne Eler nd .Mrs. : Mary
AnnMcCurdy were welcomed as
Bewi members. u vU' ':..'&: ;
Hostess for the ''meeting were
JtrsLLois Pullimati and. Mrs.". Ma Mary'
ry' Mary' Jane Pearsort' r r r -,
Attending (Were? Mrs;' R U th
Him.- Mrs. Esther Keelean. Mrs.
Betty .Borgstrom, Mr. Terr y Guthrie F. Crowe of Ancon has
Trask. Mrs. Dorothy Roane, Mrs
Louise Yatt, Mrs. Jackie Boniface,
Mrs., Lucy omez,' Mrs; weu roi
lard. Mrs.i Irise r Erickson. Mrs,
Jea Nolte, .nn. Alice t-napne,
Mrs. Vivian Ralph, -Mrs. Lois Put Put-liroan
liroan Put-liroan and Mrs. Mary Jane Pear-
Cristobal Knights f Caiumbus
Entertain Cantwuiia! Vis tors
The Cristobal Council 1683,
Kniehts of Columbus,, held an open
bouse in conjunction wiia lis reg regular
ular regular meeting last evening at the
Council Chambers in 'Margarita.
A number of visitora wno are on
the Isthmus for the Roosevelt ten
tenniat observance were special
Miss Betty Crewe 1 'f '-'-.
Pledged To Sorority
i Miss Betty Gwynn Crowe, daugh
ter of U.S. District Judge and Mrs.
WASHINOTON (UPl) S e a.
Estesv-JKefauverf DTenn,) jpce jpce-dieted
dieted jpce-dieted yesterday' that the Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower administration will ask Con
gress 4wxt year to increase taxes
to -iiejpjneet he governmenfis
His: wrecasc came ,' amid at attempts1
tempts1 attempts1 iy iome other Democrats
to launch a drive tor closing ma ma-jap
jap ma-jap tax, loopholes.. The aim would
he to bring;, extra; dollars into
the Treasury and try to refute
Republican.' charges ? the Demo Democrats
crats Democrats are spendthrifts
These; Democrats want to re restrict
strict restrict the kinds of Income .subject
to favorable capitals gains treat treatment;
ment; treatment; curtail tax advantages for
insurance companies; close a
loophole for1 farm cooperatives;
and perhaps subject dividend and
interest payments to withholding
Kef auver offered his tax predic prediction
tion prediction in a Veterans Day speech at
Columbia, Tenn. He said -he be believed
lieved believed ihe, adminis.ration, faced
by increased government spending
and .mounting deficits would trji
to raise more revenue rather than
increase the national debt wrth
more, borrowing. V.
"I Relieve sometime next year
the administration will decide as
a matter of financial prudence to
ask Congress toLProvide; substan substan-tialnew
tialnew substan-tialnew taxes1," Tie said. "It may
tot ask enough hew taxes to cover
the whole cost of next ,yearls
TTo"iivor- rtirt ntit sav directly
whether he ; would favor such
tax boosti But he said there was
tax rates AViU provide a strong
Mt for the country."
V He said a call for higher taxes
would bring "'"a tremendous de demand"
mand" demand" for government economy.
However,- he added that "we must
sot lose sight of the fact, that 'ours
is a tremendous ; growing .nation
and we must keep it that way."
-, Kefauver said school 'housing
and .health programs are' as vital
to;vthe nation's strength as mis
siles and atomic -bombs. ? : a
Democrats' oushinB the cam
paign to c ose tax loopholes look
ior continued vneavy spending.
They believe the new, Cohgress,
with its heavy Democratic ma
jorities will continue to ipeod
record sums for the welfare pro
grams cited by Kefauver, as well
as for defense.
In the face ofthese anticipated
Outlays, thev bel eve it makes ec
onomio sense and could be good
politics to erase some of the tax
breaks now enjoyed by a relative
Some key Democratic figures
believe that if the Democratic
Congress can close some major
tax loopholes by 1960 it will be
able to take credit for providing
added revenue to pay tor tne con
tinued heavy federal spending.
They feel the Democratic Party
also could make renewed claim to
being the party Opposed to special
This drive is being pushed
chief iy by Democrats who. unlike
Kefauver, believe President Ei
senhower will shy away from
seeking a general tax boost next
year. As for themselves, the Dem
ocrats said they would not push
Even the loophole closing drive
fr.es some problems; It must win
the support of Speaker bam Kav
burn (Tex,); Senate Democratic
Leader Lyndon' BJolmson (Tea. )
and Chairman Wilbur D. Mills (D
Ark.) of te tax-writing House
ways & Means committee.
S'gnificantly, the Democrats are
saying nothing about the 27V& per
cent "depletion allowance" grant
ed the oil industry, which has the
powerful support of Rayburn and
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Islee&raciriff yacht sails choppy water off Newport, R. L Th
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Gamboa Women's Club
The Gamboa Women's Club
will have its regularly monthly
meeting Thursday evening at
7:30 in the home of the dub
president, Mrs. Carol Spear.
Members of th? Isthmian Nu Numismatic
mismatic Numismatic Society will meet this
evening at 7:30 in the Cristobal
; persons wishing to have coins
examined for value, condition,
oriein or rarity are invited to
Pier Workers Union
Members of the Canal Zone
TU nt.ilfn T TV. inn Will
rid vruiacia viAfvu
meet Thursday evening at 7:30
in the upstairs of the riggers'
shop in the Cristobal pier area. -An
election of officers will
highlight the meeting.
been pledged to Delta Delta Delta
sorority at the University of Ken Kentucky.
tucky. Kentucky. ' .u
Miss Crowe is a iresnman in we
college of education at the univer
rmival Danca Classes
Start Ton ght At JWB USO
The thirteenth consecuuve sea season
son season of the carnival dance classes
will begin this evening at the JWB JWBUSO
USO JWBUSO in Balboa.
Luis Tovar, well-known authori authority
ty authority on Panamanian dances, will be
the instructor for the series, which
oro free nf rhnrpp tn servicemen.
their dependents and residents of
the Zone and fanama.
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iiiiihi4 U t v k ' 1
WAVE OP THE FUTURE Not to be outdone by the fair sex,
! London businessman .Anthony Moss has his hair waved at a
I local beauty salon for men. Hair net keeps his tresses in place
. while beautician Mr. Charles wields an electric dryer that looks
like a Martian's space gun. The salon provides men with per
. manent waves, mud packs and other beauty aids.
Veterans Of All Wars Honored
" -i "-:"." '.. ...V;";.is
In Services Over
O mitt Sap..
The best-organized woman I
know, the one who seems to do
things with the least fuss and
bother and worry, claims there is
only one trick to being a good
manager of time and energy.
"Do each job that has to De
done just as soon as it appears
,L.l il .,., milt,
Ulttl li JI1U5I, UC uuuc cvcuiuauj.
Sticking by that simple rule,
she says, keens her ahead of her
worK instead oi oenino n. u aiso
makes life easier in other ways.
She doesn't have time to dread
the tasks she dislikes, because
she never puts off doing them.: So,
instead, of depressing herself for
days with the thought, "I've got
to clean the closets.'- or "U
don't wash the windows soon, we
aren't going to be able to see out
of them, she gets at the jod and
gets ft done,
The other extra dividend she
gets from never putting off a job
is that when unexpected demands
on her time come along, or when
she has to meet an emergency,
she isn't bogged down by a lot of
things she could have done last
week or last month but which
finally can be put off no longer.
The woman who passed along
her philosophy for making house
keeping as light as possible has
kept house for a good many
With a large family her -load
had been heavier than most wom
en carry, but she's managed it
not only well but happily thanks.
sne says, to : sticking : firmly by
that one rule.
So if you are sitting right, now
thinking of all the things you have
to do and wondering how in the
world you u ever get them all
done, quit worrying and get at
tne jod that should be done first.
Keep at those nagging lobs un
til you are caught Up or as
caught up as a housewife is ever
allowed to get. And then make it
a rule never to put off until v to
morrow what could have been
done last week.
Any young man who is old e-
nough to date is old enough to ob
serve the little courtesies that are
expected of a gentleman. He
should open a car door for his
date and help her in and out
And when he arrives for a date
he should go to the front door of
her house, instead of sitting in
his car,, honking the horn for her
to come out, which is just plain
BIRDS OF A FEATHERBED
LAURENS. Iowa m?n Mm.
R.W. Lind served up pheasant to
ner lamiiy. yesieroay tne first
day of hunting season and the
first one she ever .bagged. She
found it under her daughter's
DeO. .,.. V,..;.'
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MISSILE PLATFORM WORK, ..
Aircraft Corp,, a subsidiary of
uoooyear rire & Rubber kco., an announced
nounced announced it is working on subcon
tracts in excess of 23 million dol
lars, in the Boeing BS2B aussila
platform bomber program.
WASHINGTON (UPI) A grate grateful
ful grateful nation paid homage yester yesterday
day yesterday to the 32 million veterans liv living
ing living and dead who took up arms to
defend its honor on fields from
Bunker Hill to Heartbreak Ridge.
i Former President Truman and
the national commander ot tne
American Legion used their Vet Veterans
erans Veterans Day speeches to plead for
mightier U.S. defenses to keep the
country safe from future attack.
In the most solemn ceremony of
the day, a wreath from President
Eisenhower was laid before the
white marble tomb of the coun country's
try's country's three unknown warriors at
Arlington National Cemetery to
honor the more than 600,000 men
killed) in the nation's wars.
The ceremony began at II a.m.,
exactly 40 years to the minute
after the armistice which ended
World War I. Veterans Day for for-mely
mely for-mely was called Armistice Day.
The President did not attend the
Arlington ceremony. He spent a
qiiiet holiday resting at the White
House. His Only official caller
was Defense Secretary Neil H.
Veterans Administrator Sumner
G. Whitter placed the wreath for
Eisenhower at the grave of the
servicemen of World wars l nd
II and Korea who are "known but
to God." He said the President
joined him in paying tribute ; to
"those who served the cause of
The chief speaker at the Arling Arlington
ton Arlington services was Brig. Gen. David
Sarnoff, chairman of the board
of the Radio Corporation of Amer America.
ica. America. He said the tomb of the un unknowns,
knowns, unknowns, which gleamed against
the blazing colors of military uni uniforms
forms uniforms and fall leaves should re remind
mind remind the nation of "the grimness
of war., the greatness' of service
and the glory of our national
Sarnoff said, "Perhaps beyond
any prior generations, ours is
called upon to muster the ma material
terial material Vitality, the moral fervor,
the confident faith and intelec intelec-tual
tual intelec-tual understanding that will guar guarantee
antee guarantee peace or should Ihe
peace be shatered will guaran guarantee
tee guarantee victory."
Thousands of spectators, in including
cluding including cabinet officers, foreign
representatives and congressmen,
stood with bowed heads as a soli solitary
tary solitary bugle sounded taps.
There are 22,723,000 living Amer
ican veterans,. The include 2,852, 2,852,-ooo
ooo 2,852,-ooo who; fought in World War I
and 1574,000 frojv World War
There are 1 5,301,000 Korean war
veterans, of i whom 928,000 : also
served in the "second world war.
Two Confederates ire the lone
survivors of the'-Civil War. Forty Forty-eight
eight Forty-eight thousand men who fought in
the Spanish-American War still
are living. Their average age is
George H. Egger, who retired
from the Canal organization last
month with 27 atd one half
years of service, Is among the
passengers booked to sail from
Cristobal for New York aboard
the Panama Liner Cristobal, to today.
day. today. Booked for Port-au-Prince,
Haiti are Mr and Mrs. William
The complete list of Canal em employes
ployes employes booked for New York fol follows:
lows: follows: Mr. and Mrs. George H.
Egger, Mr. and Mrs. James R.
Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. Norbert
F. Keller, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon
F. Kepford Jr., Miss Emma E.
Klinger, Miss Florence M. Peter
son, Mrs. catnerine b. eigi, iwrs.
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LONDON (UPI) Kenneth
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looked around to see why the
Koina n nirpt whilp he
cleaned their pen. Evans found
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LISBON (UPI)-A Brltlih
search plane has Lighted
wreckage in the Atlantic in the
area where a Portuguese flying
boat vanished two days ago with
36 persons aboard, including six
Americans. There was little hope
A Portuguese patrol boat was
steam ng to the area through
choppy seas. The plane radioed it
saw wreckage at a point about 35
to 40 miles southwest of the spot
where the PBM flying boat
radioed it was making an emer emergency
gency emergency landing Sunday on a f ight
from Lisbon to the island of Ma Made
de Made ri.
A U.S. Air Force spokesman at
Kenitra, Morocco, home base 'or
Air Force planes which joined the
search, said the chances of find finding
ing finding the plane' or survivors were
"awfully; slim" because of the
Two U.S. Navy Neptune search
planes w'th submarine de ection
gear were patrolling the area try trying
ing trying to locate submerged wreck wreckage.
age. wreckage. A Portuguese Army pilot sa'd
last night after an all day
search there was no hope of find finding
ing finding the plane and its 30 passen passengers
gers passengers and crew of. 6.
The waves made stghting diffi difficult.
cult. difficult. A U.S. Navy spokesman said
the running sear made it particu particularly
larly particularly difficult to detect floting de debris
bris debris although visibility in the
search area had been good.
A Navy search p ane sighted an
oil slick Monday bu the spokes spokesman
man spokesman said that it could have come
from a passing steamship on the
heavily-traveled Atlantic lanes be between
tween between Portugal, Madeira and
Faint distress signals picked up
by a Navy plane Monday were
not reDeated. The signals were
garb'ed and there was no way of
knowing etactly where they came
ROUGH RIDERS Roosevelt Medal holders and their wives don chapeaux made so famous by the honored
AWCIVln. President in a pre-centennial get-together ab oard the SS Cristobal, which brought them to
the Isthmus this week. The group was given an impressive welcome at the Cristobal pier, and are attending the cen
tennial festivities as special guests.
James M. Curley
Dies In Hospital
BOSTON, Nov. 12 (UPD
.Tames Michael Curley, last of
America's big city political boss bosses,
es, bosses, died today, just eight days
before his 84th birthday.
The former Massachusetts
governor died at 8:45 a.m. after
an emergency surgery at City
Hospital where he had been re recuperating
cuperating recuperating from an abdominal
operation performed Nov; 4.
The veteran rjolitical warrior
had described the critical oper operation,
ation, operation, as "Just another cam
Curley thus Became tne sec second
ond second former Boston mayor to die
within a week. Former Mayor
Frederick W. Mansfield died
Nov. 6 at the age of 81.
The life-long Democrat had
made good progress during the
fnllowlne his operation, but
he suffered a sudden weak spell
last nisjht. He was taken into e e-mergency
mergency e-mergency surgery shortly after.
Curlev amazed nhvsicians on
ly two years ago, with his rapid
recovery from a massive inter internal
nal internal hemorrhage caused by a fall
that fractured both shoulders.
The day following thp surgey he
was wisecracking with his doctors.
Training Is Urged
By Pres. Truman
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (UPI) -Former
President Truman today
called for two year universal
military training to keep this
country from going to ruin like
the Roman empire.
The former chief executive told
a Veterans Day audience that uni
versal, service will give mental
balance to the fathers of coming
generations and teach them re
sponsibuity to the nation.
"Ton much Dower and Darticu
larly too much riches are the bane
of republics," Truman said. "Let's
not let that situation overtake us.
He spoke at a lunch sponsored
by the Springfield American Le Legion
gion Legion and the Rotary Club here.
Truman said young men in uni-
vprsal military training should be
taught the fundamentals of free
"They should be made aware
and become lam liar with that
greatest document of government
ever written, the Constitution of
the United States," he said.
VMen and women should not
be allowed to vote until they can
answer all the questions that new newly
ly newly naturalized citizens have to
answer in federal courts.
"A universal service program of
two years should teach all these
things, together with an under understanding
standing understanding of jist what free govern government
ment government means and what has to be
done to keep it. This nation dTB not
come about by accident."
BIRMINGHAM. England (UPI)
Birmingham University has
banned all-day poker games
which kept students away from
classes and meals and sometimes
led to the gambl'no away of
scholarship grants, the London
Sunday Graphic reported yester
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WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Teamsters' Union today eyed 22
major airports as possible targets
of organizing drives.
Th mnva tvn announced in the
November issue of the interna
tional Teamster Magazine sent 10
each of the 1,600,000 members of
James R. Hoffa's union.
The magazine said Hoffa has
sent a questionnaire to subordinate
of.icials asking how many airport
workers are in teamster ranks
and an assessment of their power
to close down operations in case
of a strike.
The headquarters asked about
drivers of airport taxis, limou limousines,
sines, limousines, and buses, skycaps, bag baggage
gage baggage handlers, plane refuelers,
cleaners and washers, commis commissary
sary commissary employes and porters or
Airports under survey include
Boston. New York, Chicago, Phil Philadelphia,
adelphia, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Kansas City,
Minneapolis, St.' Louis, Wichita,
Dallas, El Paso, Fort Worth,
Houston; Miami. Oklahoma City,
San Antonio and Tulsa, Albuquer
que, Denver, Los Angeles, San
Francisco ana seaiue.
The union's research depart-
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KINGFISH CRITICALLY ILL
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Kingfuh". of ine Amos n
ported today still on the critical
lilt' but Improving at General
The T0-ytar-oid actor nsi oeen
uffering with respiratory ail ail-mnt
mnt ail-mnt inn ft to and has been
in and out of the hospital. He
was last admitted Thursday.
Mrs. Richard Derby, th for former
mer former Ethel Roosevelt, daugh daughter
ter daughter of President Theodore
Roosevelt, is visiting on the
Isthmus this week as the
honored guest at official func functions
tions functions during the centennial
observance. Traveling with
her are, from left, her son-in-law,
Dr. Adelbert Ames,
and her daughters, Mrs.
Ames and Mrs. Robert T
Cannt. They are pictured at
the Tivoli Guest House short shortly
ly shortly before leaving for a tour
of the Zone.
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UAlIIJr A DAI I Marlnee and their best girls show their enjoy nient, at' the annual Marine Corps Birthday
HAVIMVJ A BALL galt,,hld th! Week'jn th billrom of the Panamt Hilton Hotel. Th formal affair Is th
otititandlng social event of tha yaar; fpcamb'trf of thaCorpa and thalr gvaati. From left: araXpl, Rplland HawM
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Mr. Hagedorn (at the podium); James A. brigman, presiaent ot ui p-F.
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Th ballroom of the Panama
Hilton Hotel was a festive
scene Monday evening for
the Marine Corps Birthday
Ball. Some concentrated on
ionvortatlon and dancing,
iut theio two Marino aro
giving jttwlr attontlon to a
giant ham, an ntret inelud inelud-od
od inelud-od on the buffet menu. Pvt.
C a II b Banks, foreground,
ponders hie out as Cpl. Raul
fJoaco waits to be served.
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Australia's Sailor s Guide Wins lnirhafial Jer Being Fouled TuddsEra
Favored Ballymoss Third
After Getting Interference
LAUREL, Md., Nov. 12 (UPI) Australian
router Sailor's Guide yesterday was declared the
winner of the $100,000 Washington D.C. Internatio International
nal International after a foul claXi by Jockey Howard Grant
against Tudor Era was upheld by the stewards.
jockey Bill Harmatz, quicwy
took command but maae it ouse
for sailor's Guide the first time
around and again caused Grant,
also an American, to take DacK
Scribes To See
Bailor's Guide crossed the fin finish
ish finish line three-and-one-h a 1 f
lengths behind the winner and a
head Jn from of. favored Bally Ballymoss;
moss; Ballymoss; Tharfc was fourth, lour
and one-half lengths back or
Behind Tharp the order of
finish was Orsini II of Germa Germany,
ny, Germany, Garnir of Russia, Venezue Venezuela's
la's Venezuela's JEscribano, Clem of the
U.S., Argentina's Revoque and
the USSR's Zaryad.
A record crowd of 40,276 pack packed
ed packed the picturesque racetrack and
buzzed with excitement when
the ten horses, representing
seven countries, got away from
the starting line.
Tudor Era, ridden by American
Army And Rutgers
Gel Bowl Feelers
NEW YORK XUPD-Army and
Rtftgers, the big and little bears
of. Eastern football, already have
reteived bowl "feelers."
Cotton Bowl officials are inter interested
ested interested in lining up the Cadets for
their New Year's Day classic at
Dallas, Tex., while Rutgers has
received prehminary bid to the
Tangerine and Blae Grass bowls.
Tray, boasting six- victories
and a tie against Pittsburgh, long
hak frowned on postseason com competition
petition competition and isn't likely to break
with tradition this year, even if
the Cadets knock off Navy in
their season finale.
"If Army was to accept a
(bowl) bid, it undoubtedly would
have to be as a result of a di directive
rective directive from the Department of
the Army," a West Point spokes spokes-H.n
H.n spokes-H.n rWIarpri Monday at the
weekly luncheon of the New York
(Football writers Assooauuu.
Rutgers Coach John Steigman,
appearing at the same luncheon,
also admitted it was unlikely that
hi$ unbeaten Scarlet crew would
entertain a bowl bid.
f'lt's up to our administration
officials whether we would go,"
he! said. "Personally I have noth nothing
ing nothing to say about it, one way or
another, but there would be a lot
of complications with studies and
nar the final bend.
Hermatz' errors brought about
the first foul claim in the seven seven-year
year seven-year history of the 'race which
was first won by England's Wil Wil-wvn
wvn Wil-wvn in the record time of 2:30
45 for the mile and one-half on
the turf course.
Tudor Era, an English-bred
son of Owen Tudor, was bought
h mm Herbert Herff of Mem
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phis, Tenn. ana represeuwu un ununited
united ununited States. He turned the
distance in 2:33 15.
The disqualification gave
Sailor's Guide's owner A.C.
Dibb $70,000 first place money.
Mrs. Herff had to settle for
$15,000. Ballymoss earned $10,-
000 and Tharp $5,000.
It was announced before the
race that Dr. Leon Levi of Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia would buy Sailor's
Guide for $50,000 providing he
came out of the race sound.
Russia's entry was somewhat
of a disappointment. Garnir was
well placed early but fallei to
respond when put to a drive
while his entrymate, Zaryad, was
left at the start and never had
Tharp, ridden by Eddie Arca Arca-ro,
ro, Arca-ro, seemed full of run during the
first mile but failed to come on
in the final four furlongs. Clem,
the other U.S. representative,
never threatened. Willie Shoe Shoemaker
maker Shoemaker rode Clem.
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In Cinemascope te Colory
Comlnc November 23rd
rrhe Glenn Miller Orchestra'
The Panama Boxing Com Commission,
mission, Commission, sports writers and the
public have been invited to
watch unbeaten Venezuelan
lightweight Isidro Rodriguez
work out at the National Gym
tomorrow afternoon at 4 o' o'clock,
clock, o'clock, the Torres brothers,
promoters, announced today.
Rodriguez, a winner of 21
straight pro battles, takes on
Panama featherweight cham champion
pion champion Jesus Santamaria, who
with a string of 16 consecutive
victories is also undefeated, in
a ten-rounder Sunday night at
the National Gym at a weight
limit of 130 pounds.
The visitor was scheduled to
train at the Colon Arena at 4
p.m. today for the benefit of
Atlantic siders. His chief
handler is Venezuela's light lightweight
weight lightweight king Evelio Rios, who
accompanied the boxer on his
trip to Panama.
Secondary feature on Sun Sunday's
day's Sunday's card is a winner-take-all
eight rounder between
mlddieweights Benjamin Lew Lewis
is Lewis and Kid Foster.
Prices will be for general
admission, $1.25; general ring ringside,
side, ringside, $3; special ringside, $4;
and children, 75 cents.
Lane Assumes Job
Of Executive Vice
Prexy 01 Indians
CLEVELAND (UPI) Frank
Lane, the Cleveland Indians dy
namic general manager, assumeu
the job of executive vice presi president
dent president today with a feeling of "new
and greater responsibility."
Lane, who joined tne inaians as
general manager 11 months ago
after similar jobs with the Chi Chi-nago
nago Chi-nago White Sox and St. Louis
Cardinals, was elevated 10 me
new post at a meeting of the In-
dians boara 01 aireciors moauay
The promotion, apparently de
signed to--squelch, charges- that
t.ane did not have complete au
thority as'front office bos, mad
the fast rising executive the
third-ranking officer in the Cleve-
"I was given a v free hand m the
operation of the club last season
and received 100 per cent coopera cooperation
tion cooperation from the owners," Lane said.
"You can't ask for more tnan
"But now I feel I must assume
new and greater responsiDwry
and 1 won't take it ligatly."
1 This adds to Mr. Lane's power
and Drestige. said Board Chair
man William K. uaiey, wno an
nounced the appointment. Daley
added that Lane now holds a po
sltion similar to that of George
Weiss, who is executive vice pres
ident as well as general manager
of the New York Yankees.
IN THE WINNER'S CIRCLE Owner Daniel Cinigllo; poses
proudly with his three-year-old English colt Dependable after
the latter's easy four-length victory In yesterday's $750 Veter Veterans
ans Veterans Day Handicap at the President Rem6n race track. Jockey
Arquimedes AUaro was taken on a quick seven furlong trip in
1:25. The victory makes the brown colt an early favorite to cop
the $3000 added Firemen's Corps Classic which is scheduled
for Nov. 28.
Teams Won Lost
Rudesheim 1 Cont. 25 11
Balboa Beerettes 20 15V4
Glidden Paints 18Vi im.
Buyers 18 18
Shoppers 17 19
Mountain Dew 12 24
The anual tryouts for 10, 11 and
12 year o.d bovs who wish to be
come members of one of the six
Atlantic Little League, baseball
teams will be conaucte.0. o Baifir Baifir-dav
dav Baifir-dav morning. Nov. 15 at'8:3ff a.
m. at the Margarita Little League
Should rain interfere with the
nroeram. the tryouts will be he'd
on Mondav. Nov. 17. at 4:30 p.m
and will continue each afternoon
until all boys have had a chance
to be looked over by the ..manag
er and coaches of all six teams,
Registration forms are availab'e
at rnrn Solo. Gatun and Margari-
1a F.lementarv Schools, and at
Prlstohal Junior High S c-h O o 1.
These forms must be nued oui
nrt hrnnpht to the field by tne
niavpr Thp comoleted form is to
be turned in 10 piayer agem mt-
Elhone who will be on nana to con
Hurt the trvouts.
To be eligible for Atlantic Lime
Tjaffno niav. a bov must auena
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one of the schools nstea aDove.ana
must reside in an Auanuc siae
civilian area. Boys who reside on
military nosts should apply for
tryout with the Atlant c Armed
Forces Little League.
PACIFIC LEAGUE TRYOUTS
This Saturday, at 9 o'clock in
the morning, the first bf three
weekend tryouts will be held at
the Pacific Little League stadium.
All 8 and 9-year-old p-andidates
should report this week.
Next week U will De lor ana u-
year-old boys, and the twelve -year-old
ball players will report
the last weex.
PACKERS LOSE FERGUSON
r.REEN BAY. Wis. (UPI)
miiiwv Hnwi Fereuson will be in 1924.
iv.t in thp nrpn Bav Packers fori Whatever happened to Harry
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tnr ureexa. rBTEUsnn luuereuinooBerr iiu n, ue hod ucch
a separation ana iraciure in ms posimasier at vBiiiu, viu., mi
left shoulder during tne nrsi piay many years,
of Sunday's game with the Chica-,
Harry Hooper was an American
League outfielder for 17 years,
putting in all his tinje with, two
rinh H nnit un to the Boston
Red Sox jn lOOa and stayed until
1920 when he moved on to tne
Chicago White Sox as the Chi
cago club rebuilt after the World
Series scandal. Harry was a .280
lifetime hitter and over his long
career easily made the "2,000 hit
club" with a total of 2,466. Though
a long time favorite at Boston, he
had his best batting years with
the White Sox .327 In 1921, .328
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Balboa Beerett.s 3
The Rudesheims Contractors,
who got off to a fast start in the
race, is now,, ynaing tne going
tough. lfbr the second week in a
row, tney nroppea ine maicn,
This week is was tne lady sales
ladiesof Balboa Brew who took
the measure of the Rudesheims.
After losing the first game, the
Beerettes clicked to win the next
A trio of the Balboa cuties had
the "winning touch, Bernice Ro
berts xammed 557 pins on tne
boarda, Marilyn fGuyer toppled
516 and M. Smith 507. For the
Rudys. Gwen Qack and Muriel
Mitchuson teamed up in effort lo
avoid the osing cause with 54b
and 531. Muriel started strong, a
200 game. All scores handicap.
GlickUn Paints 4
Mountain Dw 0
The Glidden Paints continue to
glisten and gladden the hearts of
their followers. In the cellar se
veral weeks ago, the Gliddens
are now in third place, because
they brushed a kalsomine jobbee
against the Mountain Dews t 4 to
With Reggie Schmidt rolling her
second' scratch series, 507, the
Gliddends were not troubled ex except
cept except in the second eame which
they took by 19 strokes. Assisting
Keggie was Lil Gunn. For the
Mountain Dew Drops, two of the
damsels tied for top honors, Bess
Sheperd end Ruth Daniels, 499.
Shoppers 0 Buyirt 4
The Shonoers did a lot of .hoo
ping with their 27 inch rubber pel
lets, but took nothing but goose
eggs, whereas the Buyers bought
themselves four winning markers,
This pushed the Shoppers next to
the basement and the Buyers by bypassed
passed bypassed them in the standing. Four
of the Buyers purchased 500 hdep
series. Virginia Nessler nested 517
pins, Edna Lang was the highest
bowler with 539, Mike Wood count counted
ed counted 515 and Wilma Riley 518. Only
one member of the Buyers did not
make It, and she was absent. For
the down trodden Shoppers Helcq
Glud and her 498 hdep was tops.
COFFEE AND DONUT
LOOP OF CLAYTON
One Eye Open
Lucky Dreamers 2 Martians 2
The Lucky Dreamers had a real
nightmare and a real sare from
the Maids of Mars. The Dreamers
slept ..through' the opening game
wnichnhe .Martians, mastered by'
45 pinsyfTbe. Dreamers slumbered
on and me Martians maae u two.
The alarm clock awoke the Dream
era who then took command of the
last game a and gained enough
tojak the "TP".
Louis Wells as the Lucky Dream
eri starlet with 537 Hdep. For the
Martians, two maideoi grabbed
the limeUsht. Bev Jackson with 508
and Clarlia Dodson dofld it with
J 318, both handicaps.
Broadsides 3 Gutter Gals 1
The Broadsides narrowed the
gap in their quest for the crown,
being only one point in arrears,
whn they dumped the Gutter
Gals by 3 to 1. Only in the dis dismissal
missal dismissal game did Gutter Gals
crack the losing string. Four
Broadsides: Betty Mc Cloud 541.
B. Braunsteicher 500, Shirley Van
Osdel 532 Mabel Leslie 514 shared
the spotlight. For the defeated
The Stud 4 Ases highly rated
but sometimes tracUous English
colt Dependable was in a running
mood yesterday ana raced to an
easy four-length victory ; in the
$750 Veterans Day Handicap .; at
the President Reraon racetrack.
The lour-year-old brown ion of
Dante-Woodflower raced mutuels
favorite Gazapo into submission
after a tussle that lasted 4o the
head, of the homestretch 'then
drew out to score uill ot run. Ga Ga-zapo
zapo Ga-zapo faltered .badly in the drive
and barely and lasted to save the
place by three-q u a 1 1 e r s of a
length from -strong finishing
Quickie. . t :
Al Justo wound up fourth, Ra Ra-gazza
gazza Ra-gazza fifth,' Michiripa sixth, Suru Suru-meno
meno Suru-meno seventh; Sculptor eighth and
Kadir ninth and last.' The time for
the seven furlong dash was a fast
uepenaaoie returned $u wn
and $4.60 place. The Dependable Dependable-Gazapo
Gazapo Dependable-Gazapo one-two combination paid
$57. Arquimedes Alfaro gave De Dependable
pendable Dependable 4 good ride.
Jose Talavera and Braulio Bae Bae-za
za Bae-za were the only riders to score
twice during the afternoon. One
of Talavera s two winners Now
Then in the second race, paid the
day's best w n odds $18.20 per
win ducat. Favorites dominated
the., rest of the card.
. The3" dividends:
2 Nebrlsca $3 '
1- Now Then $18,20, $10
2 De tel'o $12.60
First Double: $70.20
1 Folletito $4,'. $2.20
2 Golden Wonder $2.20
- -jr.-'' I 'I
Editor: C0NRA0O SARCEANT
f JBy Conuido ,6'oi geant v
Chilean turfmen Hector itartij better hla
"Gals", Lena Stechler 513
Bea Ballard 523 were tops,
1 Silver Sun 4.60, $2.80
2 Silver Girl $3.60
1 El Fakir $2.80
2 No place betting
1 Michaux $4, $2.80
2 Del Vecino $3
On; Eve Open 2 Alley Cats 2
The Alley Cats striving to es
cape from the cellar, scratched
two winning markers, and settled
for an even split with the One
Eye Open princesses. The One
Eyes were wide onen in the opener
with a 94 advantage, The Feline
f emales came back and won the
middle effort by 34. Then by that
hroverbial cat's whisker thev
zhisked the last game by wight
pins: But in the Tr margin, the
One. Eye Open were given credit
by 52 sucks.
Dolores Taylor and Marg Hicks
506-517 hdep were the Kittens to
carry the work load. Louise
Broadhurst and Priscilla Reade
both with 508 hdep, were the
mainstays of the One Eye Open.
... ... Beauties 4 Roses 0
. With twn Beauties, bustine wide
open, cut the Roses to shreads for
all four points. Only in the open
er was it close, 21 pins. The two
titans of the Beauties were Jean
Sullivan and Mimi Metzger with
570 and 565 handicap series. Anita
Passons pushed 522 pins handicap
off the lanes for the Roses. The
two teams are now tied for the
fifth spot in the league standings
1 Mondesir $3, $2.40
2 Coltro $2.80
Second Double: $6 ;
1 Zumar $8, $5.80
2- CorvigIia $7i20
1 Dependable $11, 14.60
2- Gazapo $3.80
TENTH RACE ;
1 Sputnik $4, $3
2 Cervecero $3.20
1 Manuela Pedraza $3.20, $2t20
2 Maese $3.20
LSU To Be Every Bit
As Tough llexl Year
By DAVID M. MOFFIT
LATIN AMERICAN LEAGUE
Last week Gulfpride was run running
ning running away from the rest of the
teams. The same thing seems to
be true this week although Volks
wagen shook them up on the first
game played. Howeyer, they man managed
aged managed to come back to take 3. Se Se-zura
zura Se-zura and Trevifio lead the Pe
troleros this week with a 448 and
431 series. For Volkswagen.' Serna
set the Dace with a 436 and
Stevens helped with 423 pins
no Ruiz and Hernando Gonzalez
are back in Panama after atrip
to Kingston,' Jamaica;, where
Marino's classy thoroughbreds
LucianOi Zarpazo and Asropolis
were sold, .: r.
Marino and Gonzalez plan to
return td their homeland before
taking a crack at Stateside ,rac
ing inMiamFla. v
Sandino' Hernandez, who 'had
been indefinitely suspended be because
cause because lie was ruled off in the
U.S, fop altering .his : age on a
contract; returned rtd the.sad31e
with a ; second place finish a-
board corvlglla in j yesterday'sl
eighth jace. He looked pretty
good tQ this writer.
An even dosn hordes werew
nominated for the, Nov., 28"
$3,000 added Firemen's Corns
Classic (Clasico Cnroo de
Bomberos) which will be run
over a' distance ot ne niuo
and one-quarter, :
The entries and respective
weights are: Mlchirtna 115. k-
aaw.a 115. Summeno 113. P,s,v
bov 113. Sculotor 113. Critico
hi nnnstaritino 113, Don Lucm
1 lo', Kad'r 10:: GutwIc?-nM-18,.
neiwrnilahlfr IflS'ftM Sw't"'' 105.
Gazno's owner f'!5" Trei To
enter h'm for the classic but the;
neftv rhllsan thoroughbred w
barred because of n rule, wMch
some sector"! re"ard -as ridicu ridiculous,
lous, ridiculous, that nrevents reidin" from,
ernnnetin in race offering
purses f more han $2,000. ,.
Prnmlsin" '"entine colt Pos-
tin hP TirohdV'-'w Tl-n 'v" 1V
race ft, yr-wi
racfitri"-'' '"b" tnr-'('"--o"'.
wtriTer pf ive of I"""' WTT..
Will b .hinn-1 tn t tt S. fnOTi
n r-or-ticltrnte in tti"l"nnconm""
Worlds. THti season .most
likely at Miami.
Rumor to he pf'xcf th
rnpon o"ke" .To6 Ttnoa mons
to return to ch)i soon rve
ben woven vnionnflefl. uhob
stated that he H-ps PPifitna snd
thfl waJh has been treated hy
tb. natives. -
The Rtrong-prmed younswr
recently signed a contract to
ride the horses of I uis Martini'
Hara! Crrnthla. He won with
Informal ani Vergniaux over
the weekend but failed with Ra-
- ooo -Track
manarer Pablo A.
Thaver left amln thK mom mom-ine
ine mom-ine for Argentina, where he
plans to tuv a larsre number of
thoroorhbred"! to Inject new new-blood
blood new-blood Into Isthmian horse rack racking.
ing. racking. Recently, Thayer personallv
negotiated the purchase or. 43
Chilean racers. Some of them,
notably Mondesir and Granade Granade-rot
rot Granade-rot seem to be tjrettv good pros-,
pectt .for the President Remon
Braulio Baeza's two winners
yesterday give-him a total of 203
for this year. Each time Baeza
wins a race, he establishes two
new records. He now has m
own previous mark A
fhe pld record for-one year w$
neld by Ruben Vasquez at 159. ;
The hard-riding Baeza aeenu v
to have, finally shaken off the
effects of his last-fall an. yes yesterday
terday yesterday rode, with more wconfli' o
dence than at other meets re-'
cently.He nad better judgment
of pace and was generally bet-
: ter than. ; last Sunday whed. he
won flver faces, Yesterday; bow-.
ever, tnosf-of his mounts Jailed
to respond. o
Theron Sapp To Play
For Dixie In Annua)
Blue-Grav Class V
MONTGOMERY, Al. (U?n'.
Southern forces announced 'Toes-'
day Theron Sapp, Georgia fullback
and third leading ground gainer
in the Southeastern Conference,
win. represent Dixie in the annual
Blue-Gray classic here DeC 27.
The hard running Sapp carries
201 pounds on a fix -two frame.
The Dublin, Ga. naLve has paced
Georgia's frustrating, season with
81 rushes for ,431 .yards.yk-Vv1
He was All-State at Maconf Ga.
Lanier Hith School and- he was
held out his freshman year be-
causeof a broken neck "sustained
ia. summer accident just before
entering tieorgia. He lettered as
a varsity sub in 1956 and then
shot into the SDorts headlines last
year by heading the Bulldogsiii
rusmng -and making the5 All-SES
third team. r K
Only one other southern player
has beeh chosen so far," Virginia
Tech quarterback Billy Holsclnw,
the nation's leading offense man
with a" whopping 1,090 yards.
Holsclaw and Sapp are only" two
of. many southern stars expected
to be named as the Grays try to
gain their second straight, -victory
over the Blues. Last year the
South edged the North in a thrill-"
ing game, 21-20.
Zalazar Seeks 15!!i
ATLANTA (UPI) It appear
that the Louisiana State Bengals,
currently r unbeaten," untied and
rated No. l ln the nation, are
going to be: every bit as tougn
again next season.
The Bengals are : divided' into
three teams: The "white" or first
team; the "go go"? -or offensive
team: and the "Chinese bandits
or defensive team. The way these -
three teams are alternated means r rn .
that Louisiana State actually has'-NEW ,Y0RK.VF1l -;,-D!c,
33 regulars. Bass, College ot the Pacific halt-
'And if you thinkftte Bengals back .who wants to. be a, radip
Sfe tough now note this : There broadcaster, can step to the mi mi-a"re
a"re mi-a"re only three seniors Included! .ctophone and announce that he's
among uose 33 regulars
Victory On Nov. 24
NEW YORK, (UPI) Unbeaten
Victor 1 Zalazar, Argentina's -"wild
bullet," will try for his 15th
straight knockout in 15 profession professional
al professional starts" on Nov. .24 at St, Nich Nicholas
olas Nicholas Arena, where be- stooped
middleweight Otis Woodard Mon Monday
day Monday night.
In his United States debut, the
lanky, black-haired belter front
Buenos1 Aires gave more experi experienced
enced experienced Woodard such a territic
battering that referee Mark -Conn
stopped the bout at 2:36 of the
fifth round. V
Zalazar,; 23r carried 157 pounds
on his 6-fobt frame. Shorter Wood Woodard,
ard, Woodard, 24-year-old ; stablemate of
champion Sugar Bay Robinson,
weighed1 160.-'' y."r ;y
Promoter Teddy' Brebner said
today, "Zalazar is a great nat
ural puncher to body and head.
use him again on Nov. 21
victories in this Semester which against some good, opponent.""
Dick Bass Most Consistent
el Major College Grid Player
of major jcollege football's most con-
Mercurio jumped to second them are scheduled to return next' sistent; 1958 1 performer.
place and according to the score
sheets it was quite a batue. xney
split 4 points with Crawford
Agencies, 2 points per .steam.
The iewels for Mercurio were Gar
cia, rolling a 425, and Dominguez
a 423. For Crawford Agencies,
Spiros was the strong signak bea-
coming 463 pins down and Miran
da followed up witn 4zz. ..,
Marlboro steped down to third
place and the team that turned
the preassure on was La Mascota
who seems to thing winter is. over
and it's time to spot hibernating.
This is the second week that they
have taken all 4 points.
The haberdashers that came in into
to into prominance by virtue of their
high series- were Opio : with a 391
and Ferreirt with a 345: For Marl Marlboro,
boro, Marlboro, Taylor rolled a 404 and Co Corner
rner Corner a 400,series.T
Cerveza Balboa took .3 points
from National Radio -sand they
were well earned, it was no' easy
task, however the last ball rolled,
found Di Paulo leading the Cer Cer-veceros
veceros Cer-veceros with a 492 series and Burk
halter right behind him with a 450.
All was not In vain for National
Radio, they managed to save a
point, Herrey rolled a S24 series
and Hodge, a 413.
Mercurio Jewlers 30
Crawford Agencies 26Vi
Cervezs Balboa 25"
year. .jJS. luaiesi nww iigurea ?uuw dm.
At present LSU.. isn't lOOKing.an execpuun -m m aeaauu m tyu-
sisienuy inuuusisicm uctxuriu-
ances, pacing tne nation s nan
carriers for the ,i seventh ; straight
week with 929 yards on 129 car carries.
ries. carries. - ;: V..: ,.
The 189-pound junior just about
olinched the 1958 rushing title 4ast
week by gaining 226 yards in 28
tries against San Jose State. That
Derformance was the biggest one-
game, haul by a major college
runner, in the, last: two years.
BUI Austin, the versauie Kut-
eera tailback who leads the scor
ers with 72 points, is second in
rushing with 663 yards but won't
nlay against the Quantica Marines
next Saturday because or a nana
injury, xne next 43 rusnersi are
within ranee of Austin. who
gained : only seven : yards before
he was injured playing against
Lafayette last Saturday, 1 1. :
that far ahead. The Bengals still
have two more games between
them and (1) a perfect season,
(2) the Southeastern Conference
championshiD and (3) a bid to the
sugar Bowl. . : ; '. .
next up, saturaay mgnt at jacx-
son, Mis9., is Mississippi state.
This is a game in which Missis Missis-sbpi
sbpi Missis-sbpi State would have been con considered
sidered considered the favorite two months
ago. But .that was before LSU
started its surprising v l c t o r y
march and before Mississippi
State ran into its. equally surpris surprising'
ing' surprising' string of four straight defeats
in sbu piay. ; ,. ;
There is the bossibility of a duel
between LSU's rapidly improving
junior quarieroacK vvrfen ivauo
and Mississippi state s two, time
All-SEU quarterback Billy Stacy
But the Maroons 'don't figure to
match ,the running of halfbacks
Billy Cannon and Johnny Robin-
There are total of five, intra-
conference fames this Saturday.
Auburn, unbeaten in 21 games and
No. 4 nauonaiiy, wm meet mis
MlsiisslppL once beaten and No, 8
nationally, will take on hapless
Tennessee at Knoxville; Georgia
ICtU nui W uuoi w meswaisBssa,
and once beaten but thrice tied
Vsnderbilt will be host to Tulane,
Florida and Kentucky step out
side the conference to play host
tm Arkansas Stat and Xavier re-
Bass and Ron Burton of North
western, are tied for second in
scoring -with 64 points' each.
Regains Offense Leadorsh-ji
Billy Holsclaw of Vireinia Tech
reeained the total offense leader-
snip with .1,090 yards and Ralph
Hunsaker of Arizona is the : new
forward passing leader. 4 ,'
wnne Mass nae : ruled rusnmg
statistics throughout the- cam
paign, four different players have
been No, 1 : in scoring and as
many have taken turns at the top
in- nassini and -total offense. The
total offense department nas been
wide open throughout .the asaipn
with a different player on too
each week.:. .. .. .-...
Holsclaw. grabbed the total of
fense lead for the second time isy
five weeks by collecting 130 yardt
against Richmond' last .Saturday.
Charles Mustead, Texas A and M
star who was injured after four
plays against Southern Methodist,
sliDDed to second with 1.004 Vards.
Dick Longfellow of West Virginia
is third with 994 and Bass, who
zoomed up from 10th, is fourth
with 991. .. v;
The T-formation quarterbacks
and : single-wing tailbacks might
just as well start worrying about
Bass as a threat to their Jong-
time monopoly of the total offense
department. Bass has three
games to play, one more than the
others in the top 10, and he's av
eraged more total yards per eame
than any. of the other; total of
fense leaders. -.,. ,..
he Making A Name
.-Hunsaker, with 77 completions,
replaced Lee Grosscup of Utah as
the passing leader. Buddy Hum
phrey oi Baylor was second with
But George Izo is the lad, who
Is making the big news now" .n
the passing .department, The
Notre Dame junior gained more
yards- C332) .passing .against Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh last Saturday than anyone
has collected in a major college
game since Dick Carr of Colum Columbia
bia Columbia pitched for' 362 against Dart-,
mouth' in 1953. : : ;:, i- :(
Even though he lost 20 yards
on the. ground against Pitt, izo's
nasses save him the biireent batr-h
of ... overall; yardage (312) since
Ndtre Dime's Paul Hornung ool-
leciea jsm against aoumern tali-.
forma .three jears- ago. iso hat
completed ft of 67 throws for 681M
yards and seven touchdownj. r
".WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1 15
TE1 PANAMA AMERICAN, AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
ml Local Pictyefgi
"Ty .Or-,.. :. ,- ...,v
i ni l i
WOW!- Thi is bow the amaalng Nmnweaura Yarauy. nn
ifter tewrtn record 55 potato against Michigan, n"
CoTraFamghian in front are Hallbaeka WUlmer Fowler,
leftilndR Barton. Behind them are, left to right. Center
Bill Graf, Tackle Andy Crercko, Quarterback Dick Thornton.
NEYORK (UPI)-A pair of
boxing mystery men attempt, to
' floor each other into limbo at
Madison Square Garden on Fri Friday
day Friday night 1 and the press .row
should be opened only to psychi psychiatrists
atrists psychiatrists and whodunit" authors.. :
The principals are Tony Antho Anthony,
ny, Anthony, a -wning gentleman with all
who for" soma reason, always
hlnwi. th hiff innp. "His fltwrinent
la a man named Sonny Ray.
Cranial Investigators could have
fa field 'day -vwith Anthony and
certainly there never has been
a deeper man of mystery in fic-
Isthmfan Sports Car
Club Calls Oil Rally
In Tflp To Chllre
, The Isthmian. Sports Car Club
made a trip to Chitre, in the inti inti-rior,
rior, inti-rior, this past Saturday and -Sun-day.-Originally,
this trip was plan planned
ned planned as a rally, but, about half way
up, road conditions became .poor
and; it was ; decided to finish the
trip in a group and call off. the
rally completely. '-
No trophies Will be given, but
dash plaques will be awarded 10
all those who made the trip.
The group stayed at f the -hotel
El Prado, a," new hotel with, nice
accomodation. They enjoyed the
local hospitality, and saw a lot of
Chitre and the surrounding coun countryside.
tryside. countryside. Apparently everyone had
a good time. t- "'''
The drivers, their navigator
and carg were as follows;.
Prank Negron and wife, -Shawnee,
TR3 r 1
, Richard Eddy and Bill Turner,
Mag Coup? ,-
Hunter Da-re, and Mrs. Carol
Paul Elia and wife, Jean,.Aus Jean,.Aus-tin
tin Jean,.Aus-tin Healey J
Bud Weisna'ar. and, wife, Tom Tom-inie,
inie, Tom-inie, Alfa-' Romeo'- f.
! Frank Ktemsert who bad no na navigator,
vigator, navigator, in an MGTD
The Gerry Kahns in a Billman.
' The Kahns ha"d started outwtth
the idea of just following along,
and were not entered in the rally.
They joined the group farther on
' tip the line,- after the rally, was
Bud and Tommie Weishaar and
Frank Kremser were to be, offi official
cial official check points for the rally and
were not entered for competition,
ft was they who, while driving up
; ahead of the crowd, ran into the
poor conditions.. . : :"
., They drovei back t meet' the'
contestants arid notified them that
tne-rauy wouia oe cauea, a.s ine
hort jaunt off of the main road
.,wis impassable, f .,)'
nme that could
ate this part
0' the trio legally
and run 'the rest
. uiuuKiii oeiirr iu jusi can um isi-
' Tli news and entertainment
840 PANAMA 1090 COLON
lion than young Mr. Ray as he
steps- into a mam spot at tne
The 23 -year -old Anthony has
been a "can't miss" potential
champion, for several yeart now.
A tall,' powerful light heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight he moves like NUinski,
can outbox a dozen orange pack
ers and hits-with the authority
of Colt ,45., He has. won -six
ctfitesty-ftr ai"row itiid en rout
pulled the curtains on such at
Yvon Purelle and .Archi JIc JIc-Bride.
Bride. JIc-Bride. : ; u -.
- Kayeed five timet J
' A t i-, t
But : Tony also his lost five
fights all by knockouts. This
would tend to .indicate to those
with a medical bent that he is.
at least, allergic tot a punch on
tne jaw. Ana tney come usually
in his "must win' fights.
: Like the night he -went in
against 'ancient Archie Moore for
the light heavyweight title. Tony
was boxing masmficenuv and.
tnrougn tne urst six rounas, even
Arcme f ranxea among ( his ad admirers.
mirers. admirers. "' ,
-'You're- boxing just like you're
fionna be the lieht heavvwelaht
champion,": Archie told: him in
one ctrncn in the sixth.
r In the seventh. Archie knocked
"He told me I looked like I was
going to be the champion." An
thony later : -said .disconsolately.
"But ne oian t say wnen."
So, Tony had to Urt to climb
all over asain.'ind now is settinc
well set for- another title bid.
Which bring him, and us, to
Ray.'- ', v. :
Native ef Tennessee
Diligent research has 'unearthed
the fact that Sonny is 22, was
born in Tennessee, 'fights out of
Chicago and by hobby is a quail
hunter. There was a question
whether he might be related to a
heavyweight named Elmer (Vio-lent)-Ray
of a decade- ago,
"Heavens., no.", was the an
swer, which caused-many a fistic
ancionade to draw-a deeo siih of
relief. r 4 v i
Sonny also I thesDoiler who
knocked the props out from under
a nighiy reearded lieht heaw
named Jesse Bowdry. Seems that
m- trying to build Bowdry up for
a title shot they f found on his
earlv record that he had ot to
Sonny .. The- formula : is to have
your, man 'erase any such de'
feats. It was a mistake. Sonny
knocked him :.out agaln.i-.atel:
It recalls a storv about Jlmmv
Webb, a lieht-; heavv- of m few
years oacx, wno junea up lor a
US "fight hy trW''esV' J' UPI award were: Quarter-Jrevi.d7fe
convincednd went in
ka Wametiih! DM. L...L.J LI. I
Icned tlim a
That was the end of thu "hh.
Brown matches. It also was the
end of Webb as a title threat.
Which 1 shouldn't happen i here.
But with Anthony and aa un unknown
known unknown like this Vou never can
1 tell. '
. .. fcv .f "- .ri: jp- "
Veteran ntllity ballplayer Jpe
Tuminelll, outfielder Teofllo Pe Peterkin
terkin Peterkin and, two recent graduates
from, the amateur leagues have
been signed by tne Code Sugar
Kings of the Panama Profession Professional
al Professional League for the season' -which
getg underway next Wednesday,
It was announced today. 1 ,;
' The two young player are in-
fieMer Eduardo (Japon) Diaz,
and catcher Ramon Alston, i
. They were signed. en tht bas basis
is basis of their cood shewing while
training with the Sugar Kings
durinr the last three weeks,-
Tuminelll. a former star with
the champion" Carta vieja Yan Yankees
kees Yankees r and.-' the Marlboro exc
Chesterfleld)' lub." did not see
action during; the 1957-58 cam campaign.
paign. campaign. ;
Peterkin. a fleet flyhawk,
showed great promise with the
old Cerveceria team many years
ago in ills rookie and sophomore
seasons, but ,, has-been absent
from the loop for some five cara-
Diaz; a thirdbaseman. Ms ssiid
to have good arm and a good
batting eye. Alston will serve. as
bullnen and warmun catcher
and take over for flrst-strirrs; re receiver
ceiver receiver aril manager Le Peden
behind the plate on occasion.
The Sugar. Kings Testerday
announced the arrival of right
hander Pete Mesa, who hurled
for Saerameno, Owen Classi Classification
fication Classification Pacific Coast League
First baseman Tony Bartl Bartl-rome,
rome, Bartl-rome, Columbus, Class AAA In International
ternational International League, both of 1 the
Yankees, also reached the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus yesterday.
4 Carta Vie; today revealed the
signing of U.S. left handed
pitcher Ray Hyde, whose record
was not Immediately : available,
and Panamanian ihfieWeir J Joe
Clark, Plalnview, Class D Soph Sophomore
omore Sophomore League..
Plans Report ;
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (UPI)
Michigan footbaU Coach sennit
Oosterbaan hemmed : and hawed,
then laughed when asked about ar
report that he nai resigned.,
i "Of course., you can't coach
forever." Oosterbaan said Mon
day. But he shuffled off to dinner
without saying yes or no. ?;
s The i TJ-M coach has been the
subject of considerable specula speculation
tion speculation as to when. he,. will resign,
and Monday the Champaign, III,
News Gazette published a story
Saying Oosterbaan already has
resigned.? effective the end of the
season, and will be succeeded by
Bump Elliott, one of his assist assistants.
ants. assistants. '
"Newspapers say K a lot' of
thines." Oosterbaan said' when a
reporter asked him about Uie
story Oosterbaan didn't have
anything else to say. 5:,
ATLANTA (CPl)--Georgia Tech
halfback Floyd Faucette .was
named Southeastern Conference
back of the week by United Press
International yesterday for a bril
liant display of running, which
gave. iecn, u-v victory ovrr
probable Atlantic Coast Confer
ence champion Clenison.
i'aucette gained j.16 yards ut 10
carries, including a 54-yaro toucn.
down jaunt. His elusive twisting
and refusal to go down brought
roars' of approval from a packed
house of 45.000 fans.-
Fauctte, a 190-pound junior
from Brent,' Ala., has been used
mainly by Georgia Tech on its de defensive
fensive defensive platoon, yet even V before
the Clemson game he was the
Yellow jackets', leading runner.
Saturday's gains give him a total
of 355 yards and a 6.2-yard aver-
The ,i conference lineman of the
derbilt's George Deiderlch; 2O0
pound senior from Toronto, Ohio.
inner oacxs nommateo lor tnis
Wood and Lloyd
Auburn;' quarterback Bob-
lili III J IUIIAI U& riVIlUII. JU1 ICl
Richie Petitbon who- passed Tu
una to a is-? win over Alabama.
The A tiantio Teenage Base
, It wa,
ball League offielala will
meeting tomorrow evening
o'clock In Margarita,
, Business to be discussed in in-eludes:
eludes: in-eludes: election of a new prea prea-.
. prea-. Went, trydnt. player (election .1
and the approval of the 1951
.schedule. .t . j
Hector Proves Heck
Of Problem fo A's;
; By IRNEST MIHU
(Rpi-iitd irem' tne porting
" News' ef Nev. 12
KANSAS : CITY,. Mo.; There
are iep4roneus vtcning auu
tne lnueia-wujca, ouiciaia 01 tne
jvaniai uty ; A -nietici agree,, are
most ifl need ot ;xeintorcment
tor Vo, ut thee : two,- peraaps
tne uuield -,cail ier first attention
and 01 uie our mt.eia .spo.a. seil seil-ond
ond seil-ond basrii the ppe which manag manager
er manager Harry Craft regards as tne
' The second sacker through the
lattef part of the past season 'was
Hectof Lopei.-'who- took over4 th
berth after an injury 'had sidelin sidelined.
ed. sidelined. ike Baxes,; nW had b e e h
brought ud from Buffalo after k
noteworyiy, year ;at short; tor the
Bisosn. tie rwas ;)nltiated into, the
mysteries ot second,; case during
spring' training, .began the" season
at that post and .elicited some favorable-
Then came the injury and after
it had healed Mike no longer was
the same. In the meantime,' Lo Lopez
pez Lopez had been moved to aecond
and later Hal Smith was relieved
of his mask and chest protector
and given a chance at third base.
Hal did so well the chances are
he will be, back at third next sea season.'
son.' season.' ' ' v. v.-'
' v.-' Buf Lepez, who had played,
third far the vA's end, before
that, belh third and inert
feund aecend base was out of
his element altheuah he made;
seme improvement in the jate
stages ef th race. u.
" Manager1 Oraft, however,'1 e eat
look back-on' a numbef of games
which were lost principally be because
cause because erounders which s-h 0 u 1 d
have been- fielded leaked 'through
the infield, Adn so he believes
that the first order of business is
LOPEZ DELIVERED KEY HITS
IN MANY GAMES
At the same time there is the
nroblem of what to do about Lo
om.' whose bat has been one of
the most, formidable weapons tlie
A's have possessed. In checking
through the 1958 games; it was
surprising to note how often Lo Lopez
pez Lopez delivered the key blow..
Quite a number of obesrvers
rate this this Panamanian is
toughest of f all -the Athletics 0
fool at the plate., And the same
pitch wnicn 101s mm -one ume
gets the full treatment the next
time it is tnrown. He nas surpris surprising
ing surprising power to left, left-center and
Furthermore," Lepet has the
knack ef inserting a hit utt
when H Is meat urgently need need-d.?A
d.?A need-d.?A number of victories ceuld
be credited almost diresrly t
him end there were ethers In
which he' either started the
winning rally er nailed down Its
fid at the finish.
' So it it felt there must be a
spot for Loper. The question is
whether to return him to third
base to compete against Smith or
to give him chance he prooaD'y
would welcome and that is to
nlav the outfield. :-( r?;
Arnold Johnson, president of 'the
Athletics, has been the staunche3t
supporter of this likeable-young-ater,
who was a track star in his
high school days in 1 the Canal
Zone. It was Johnson who sug suggested
gested suggested a couple of springs ago
that Lopex' forte might be the
At the time : the Panamanian
waa too much of a fixture at third
but a brief in the outfieid
was handed him too brief, hour-
over, to give much indication of
what he might do.
HE'D LIKE THOROUGH
TRIAL IN OUTFIELD
Loper has some assets in his
favor. He can run and he can
throw. He has about convinced
himself that his future Is an out outfielder.
fielder. outfielder. He would like a thorough
trial there. : 1 '-'p -t
Having been an infielder, Lopes
would have the advantage in the
ability to field ground baus. :
' -: Butr ef course, this also pos poses
es poses aypreblem H-second has la
manned by semtene else and
Leper shifted to the ewtfield.
He prebably could net replace
Refer Marl In right, Bill Tut
tie in center nor Bob Cer, in
left. Of theseMarls Is me eiw
ly lefrhanded hitter; the ethers
belns Bob Martyn and Whiter
Hersoa. ,; -. --.f
-The A's also will have Zeke Bel
la, who may let a shot at first
and D'ck Williams, who came to
the A's from Baltimore, Wl'iiami
can vie with Smith for third, h
' As for second basemen on- the
present roster, there are Milt
Graff, an. excellent fielder b u t
l'ehf with the stick and Baxea
Graff could do the job defensive
ly out whether he would hit e
nough is the question. There a
young second sacker. Lou Klim Klim-chock.,
chock., Klim-chock., but the odds are h is not
ai yet ready for the majors.
A's TO HUNT SECOND
- SACKER IN TRADE
What this may mean s that the
. if ran luffcr from Oettlm U(
Klchta, BaekMha, Lf Pain, Loai at
vi tour, narvoutnaner waaKnaia, ra
ahould balp your Proatata Oland 1m
madlataly wltk Nagana, Thl madieina
tnaka you faal yaunf ar, tronr, an
Wa t tlacp without Interruption,
at ttnna tram your aha ml at Uday. 1
s His Spot?
. ). I '- -v-. :
A's will do some trading if they
can snare a second sacker and
they have some athletes they
pronabiy would be willing 1o
They have In Joe DeMaestri
one of the most dependable short short-slops
slops short-slops in the league and if they
can get a eood double-olav mate
lor.nim. crait Deuevea tne -A's
Li... ... -
wiir be far better fortified for
It is quite possible that Loos
will take Jin rAdilv .fk rho int.
field he ,wijl beat out one of the
present, reaulars. He would hv
the added value of being able to
piay eitner third or second in an
emergency, tnus boost ngahe
sirengtn 01 tne a s reserves.
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Three-Way Tie Among E arly
Braniff Tour hey Qualifiers:
It's two down and 12 days to go The past few days have seenianounced that the first 125 gofc ;
in tne ias isranii: interna lonai
Airway Golf Tournament qualify qualifying
ing qualifying play and a three way tie exists
between Russ Chaff man. Jet t
Kline. Jr., ana Jim Hinkle for
medalist honors w th all three
go iers turning in four over par
74's at the Summit Hills Golf and
Country Club to lead the early
Qualifying rounds may be play
ed anytime through Sunday, Nov November
ember November 23.
Bob Connor (lamed
Word was received from the
University of Oklahoma that
Bob Connor from Gamboa, Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone and one time Balboa
High School and Canal Zone
swim champ was named to the
L958 Air American swimming
team in the 1500 meter event
Bob was picked alonp with five
other swimmers from the Uni University
versity University of Oklahoma.
While attending Balboa High
School Bob was three times the
winner of the Grieser outstand outstanding
ing outstanding swimmer award and was al also
so also named to the All-55on? foot football
ball football team as right tackle.
Rnh 1 nnvr a liinlnr af tVia
University of Oklahoma and wpilent lkm point after knocking
nwi 4iirv,i.inon a. -.H
of last season's performance
the 1500, meter with a time of
19:25.2 in the national collegiate
The All-Americans next, eom eom-oetition
oetition eom-oetition will be the annual Bast Bast-West
West Bast-West Swimming Meet-held at
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida in De December.
cember. December. v
MWialD BY tOL.LS-ROYCI
Lv. Porrama 11:45 AM
Ar. SanJM 12K5PM
Ar. SanSohrader 2KK) PM
Ar. Gucwmo(a 2:55 PM
Ar. MvxkoCHy 5:45 PM
Ar: Nrrv Orleans 6:55 PM
'MHWMiMMaMMiit,. ................ "'-rtttttttrtrtttttvtJMti
sucn gouers as me l&innuan
Uul Ciiampion BUI Le-
Bran, PGA Prexy Jim Riley, Doc
Eari Gerrans, Marv Chadwick,.To-
ny Janku; Jack Smiih and
ueorge niiey injoimg practice
round score when he touted toe
Summit layout in even par figures
with h s 36-34-70 round.
If the weather holds for the
next two or three days a galaxy
of local goiters are expected to
shoot their qualifying rounds and
it is the opinion of many, that the
74 wi 1 not sland lor the Medalist
Brazos Brook's Cleo Birns
travelled to Summit on Tuesday
and turned in the low lad es' score
of 80 to lead the way in the battle
for the Sterling silver cream and
Braniff tournament officials have
For Title Chance
Or Basilio Match
SALT LAKE CITY (UPD (UPD-Mauler
Mauler (UPD-Mauler Gene Fullmer, a guy they
said lacked a knockout punch, re
itterated his demand today that
he get a shot at reluctant Ray
Robinson 'or number one contend contender
er contender Carmen Pasilio for the world's
Fullmer, the number two con
tender, figured he had an excel
out Joe Miceu ot New York in
itautiusaj 111 f 11 l
Manager Marv Jnson also
urged that the National Boxing
Association and the World Boxing'
Committee declare the middle middleweight
weight middleweight championship vacant and
conduct an elimination tourney
among Fullmer, Basilio and Joey
MAaJtt M; nVf
e.-s snooting qua uyinr roiinds will
be presented w th a Braniff over.
night travelling bag. .These bags
have no', arrived on the Isthmus,
but a tally is being kepi of iije-,
, eany quaimers and uoon reeeirt
of these bags by the tournaroeut if'
of iris Is the lucky 125 will be pre- ?
sented the.'r mementos.
The tire with
the built in
Peace of Mind!,
and CAR :
Proved on the
for your protectioii
on the Highway!
YOU CAN'T BUY
A TIRE THAT
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"WEDNESDAY,' NOVEMBER 12, 195
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V THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
j Resorts Apartments
FOR RENT' Cabin business, bar FOR RINT. Just the iticttt
mi restauraat at Riomar, San amall furnished apartment for
r.lM Tel J-641J. 3-1 M7 or ceupla. Via orras, San Franciico.
0595.. Phen. i-5024.
HILLIfS- Occsnsidt Cottagas FOR RINT: Furnishee two
uOcL i r? 'r st tpt,tm""-7,1 2'""
name 2-1677 Cristobal M673. 3-6499-
Baldwin's furnishee" apartment. FOR RENT:-Tw. apartment
at S,t Blar. Beach. Telephnne wit" two bedroom, bathroom
"'"" living, dimngroom. One with air
Smith, Gamboa 30 conditioning, other one without.
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, FOR RENT: Furnished one
" bedroom apartment, hot water.
FOR RENT: Attractive house No. II 2nd. Street, Perry Hill,
in Campe Alegre. Completely Tel. 3-2694 or 3-0533.
furnished. Urge larden and fob PfMT. Xi 1
swimming pool, available ana" F0R "NT: Beautiful apart-
November to end of lanuary, two bedrooms, hat water
phone Panama 3-6371. StV-lfnT'
I Commercial Sites for rent: camP Ai..r.:
I Exceptional nice furnifhed one
"" room apartment, near El Pana-
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mercial and office building. Am-
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Moderate rents. Balbo. "' Apply 1080 Las Dos Pal Pal-Avenue,
Avenue, Pal-Avenue, next to nuns school. moras street. Las Sabanas.
Ricardo A. Mire S. A. Tel.
2-3436. FOR RENT: Apartment one
i bedroom, living-diningroom, kif-
rrmiaimiiemaS99fln chn' bth $60.00. via
1 1 N I t4i;ftVlAf Porras No, 60. Phone 3-1798.
I I T
I .4,1 -y I WR RENT Modern two bed-
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General Agent FOR RENT:I B.w fcu,ding
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for rates and Information Vi,ta. apartments of two bed-
TeL Panama 8-0552 room, wiHl ,jr e,n,itioBin9
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,00m. kitchen, laundry, maid's
gejBjjOBPjaBBgajsjjsja room, and hot water
TOUB rEF HURT? I For further information please
trained Chiropodist will relieve call Panama 3-1292
any toot trouble, corns, callous-
ks, In (row toe nails, toot ncaa-
"5 1 LEGAL NOTICE
' AtT-Mir I UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
- aj Canal Zone
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District of the Canal Zone
" : . Cristobal Division
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Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
lac air fare, transfers, toon,
and d.lnx. hotel
leave every Tues. and FrL
Tel. Panama 2-1661 v
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f. 1.9 lens 69.50
more for your Dollar.
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MUEBLERIA CASA SPARTOII
mariuma, SA., San Jone de
Guatemala, Libelant. -agalrX- Mvon
I, her boiler,, tackle, furniture, ippar."
G"teml. a Utl in Rem in
- T '""it W-UUli OI Til
rif-n,0n'v, Critol1 Division, against
t. .ui i K "1"J'on boilers,
Uckle, furniture, apparel, etc., in a
cause of Cmtinrt rivii .a
And, whereas by virtue of process in
w, ro me mrected, re re-5;b.1'
5;b.1' re-5;b.1' on th Mth of November,
1 Iffirl. 1 nM Va SOI TOfl onl 4Lm. il r
- u .M, nan me saia
th h'r in my custody:
TmJ T? I0ven ,n,t District
Court win be held in the United Slates
District Court Room, in the town of
Cristnhal. Ponal 7mu it
24th day of November, 195R for the
14 wi oi saia premises, na the owner
or owners, and all persons who may
have or rlaim vw u..ut ... u...
by cited to be and appear at the time
una pine aioresain. to show cause. If
anv theV have, whv -i
should not pass as prayed.
Joseph I. Kineald,
United States Marshal.
Cristobal, Canal Zone
November 10. 1958.
f'H. rl a. w D..;. J nr..
A Ramirez. Proctor for Libelant..
Peace of Mind
For as little as
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tiva, $1 5.00 each. Table lamp,
FOR SALIi1950 Lincoln, has $5.00. Call 8-3268 morninis and
new tires. Runs pood but needs nitltHt 2-l4J8 afternoons.
mechacinal repairs. $175. Call in
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Monterrey, station wagon, aver- CBjBi; House !67A. Camboa.
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leather upholstery. Excellent coa- ,i
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$1500.00. Phone 6-284. val refrigerator. Twa dear aaw
a 1 1 unit electric. Fhene Ralbaa 2-
FOR SALE-1954 Fend Tudar 3050.
sedan, V-J, radio, lew mileage,
excellent cenditian. Panama 3-
7836. FOR SALEs Living ream act,
-i $65.00, diningreom act, $50.00,
FOR SALE: 1955 Mercury double bad, $40.00. Call 1859,
Mentclair. 2 door, hardtop, Balboa,
Mercomatic, radio, roar speaker, .n
excellent tires, white aver green. 'OR SALE-Laavlng Isthmue.
Call Curundu 3289. Must sacrifice. New custom
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FOR SALE: 1953 Pantiac. 4 New roaster. Sowing machine.
door,,ww tires, radio, very good Roll away-bad. Miscellanaeua
condition, Panama 3-6579. household" items. Phone 3-4249.
Democratic Leader Invites Senators
To Pre-Congr?ss Confab At Ranch
WASHINGTON fTTPIl Sena I.
Democratir ,LaHar I vnrfnn R
Johnson nlans a harmnnv hiMrlla
with newly elected Democratic
senators next month to smooth
the party's way in the new Con
The lathering ha been at bast
tentatively arranged for Dec. 7 at
Johnson's Texas ranch on the'
banks of the Pedernales River.
Whie Johnson's aides said thev
had no information on the meet meeting,
ing, meeting, two 6f the invited guests con confirmed
firmed confirmed they had Seen asked to at
Purpose Of the meptin? was
said tc be an exchange of views
on legislation anrl nthar tnnipo in
advance of the forthcoming Sen
ate session, ine nuame is typical
of the detailed advariCA nlannino
which has marked J o n s ojj s
reign as Senate majomy leader.
It was generally agreed in con congressional
gressional congressional circles that tha Tv
meeting stemmed from the un unprecedented
precedented unprecedented number,:, as well as
me nature, or. xiemocrauc vic victories
tories victories in last Tuesday's election.
Some of Johnson's ht itratoov
and greatest powers of persuasion
may be heeded in the new Con Congress
gress Congress to keep harmony among
the Democratic Party's old South Southern
ern Southern hands and the new crop of
The Tlpmorrat marla not
Cain nf 12 Sonata nnt in lot
week's election to give them a
62 to 34 majority. They previous previously
ly previously had. picked up one in Maine
with the election of former flnv:
Edmund S. Muskie, and hope to
add one or hoth nf Alaska's aana.
tors in ? an election later tis
Soma of these men are nlrl
friends who sewed with Johnson
in the House. But the session at
Johnson's ranch will provide a
chance to do some advance talk talking
ing talking about problems that loom on
Johnson, a field general who
likes to know the probab'e result
before he plans an attack, faces
an immediate problem as soon as
the Senate meets. Several Repub Republicans
licans Republicans and some Democrats Democrats-plan
plan Democrats-plan a move to strengthen the
Senate's curb on filibusters.
This could provide a quick key
test' of Johnson's powers In the
new Senate. It will be his job to
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prevent a split between Southern
and Northern-Western Democrats
that could lead fa twn
strife and deal a blow to the par
ty s 1960 presidential election
BV lYlPafin with ttia lumli.
elected senators. .lohnwm ran oat
their views of the anti-filibuster
and other issues. Also tin for
probable discussion will be the
new 12-point legislative prof ra m
which Johnson outlined- in re recent
cent recent speech. J
In a way the'tdea of a meeting
of new eenators at Johnson's
ranch is merely an extension of
me lexan s routine- during con
greasionai recesses. Guests are
the, rule rather than the exception
at the ranr-h rtnrina aimU nsViJ.
Dunnf past summers the ranch
nas seen a parade of senators,
political candidates and others,
up to and including presidents.
To Discuss Swallow
Plane In The U S.
tONDOW. Nov. 15 I1M1'
RHt.ish aarnnanWfol Hoslcrnai- Ttr
Barnes Wallls left for the U.S.
toaay to discuss a combined
American-British effort on his
Wallis' Swallow is designed to
ny -supersonic speeds with Its
wines folded back to reduce air
Two Official t the Minlnt.nr
of Supply are accompanying
Wallis and his four aides on the
'Discussinos with the Amer Americans
icans Americans have ah own that. t.hv
have Usefnl data avallahla a
ministry statement said. '"The
oDject oi mis visit is apoonns;
of knowledge to explore further
the rtfsisihillt,v nf aftUtint..
search effort 6n this principle."
wains saia mat tne Swallow
is intended at present for mlli-
tarv use but. haa "t.romanHni
l f vraM.MMWM
do U Oese Ave. No. 41 e OTO DOMT Juito Aieeeaeaa Ave., and St
T Sereet VAJRMAuA
FOR SALE. VM Hi-FI; General
Ilecrrie vacuum daner;mahe daner;mahe-,
, daner;mahe-, faney double dresser; Keria
washer; Norse- drye; Chrysler
air-eonditioner, I b.a., Chrysler
air-eonditroiier, h.a. Caldaaat
refrigerator; Ascot waterheatsr.
All kerns in eicelleftt aendrtien.
Call 4-1 !7.
SALI: "Australian oaraA
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.WR iALl-$iamese kittens,
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Fard Taunus 15M at cost prices
at Agencias -Cosmos. FraniMnl
Street, (opposite National Sta Sta-lm.
lm. Sta-lm. Fhana 2-4680.
Jprdan gemandsiUN Action
On King's Plane Incident
RKITtTIT. Thannn rtrpftli 1.
dan; yesterday, demanded ; urgent,
action In theUnited NaTionsSe,i
eurity .uouncil against the inteU inteU-ception
ception inteU-ception ; of ICing Hussein's un unarmed
armed unarmed nlana nvar Sirria Kv lata ka.
longing to the United Arab Re Republic.
public. Republic. Hussein charged, Monday that
two HI If? fiffhtera. msWa i at
tacks on his private plane in an
enori. to tore flown as he was
on his way to a European vaea-
Thfl first twn Af 19 Itritiah U..1
er Hunter jet1 fighters arrived
yeaieroay in Amman from Cyprus
under a U.S. milita TV aill.a-paht ta
reinforce the small Jordanian air
torce now using outmoded British
Vampire jets. They flew over
A Foreign Office spokesman
uuuuvn saia, aowever, mat 11 was
"Dure coincidence" that the Hunt.
i jo is amvea m Amman me iay
after we alleged attack on Hus Hussein.
sein. Hussein. 'Ho aairl tha nlanaa k.J
been on order for several months
ana were being delivered accord
in? ta srhorliilo ;t
JUnS HUsaain's mrimi niniiiaK
Samir. Klfai. tAlf lay .mariranA
session oi parliament' in Amman
that he arts ask-ine- TT Mi Sum.
tarv General Dacr HammarclriuH
for "urgent" Security Council ae-
uon to guarantee freedom of pas-
Saee for .TnrHan'a nlanaa Par.
liament immediately voted its ap
proval at tn pian. ';
Censorahin wn haavv in Jnrrlan
but it was known that crowds
demonstrated in the street, agii.yt
demonstrated in the street against
yesterday, wbich had been in honor
oi me -year-oia King s -laie -, re return"
turn" return" to his capital. .
Rifai, who described the inci incident
dent incident that forced Hussein's air-
linar kartr nn it. flistit i. Knma
won full approval from parliament
of "whatever steps" he' deems
intaraata anrl anvaraismt
m i eairo, ornciais sou oemea
any auacx on nussein's piane ana
said that the MIGs merely- wanted
ta "aa-AjM-t't iha'nlaaa fuit a16min
.v ww v ii.iv f alio wuv vm, u i.ii
territory because it had violated
at least nine international air
Cairo newspapers opened a new
anti-Hussein campaign and ac-
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0UAKi SHAktili TOKYO
auake shook thn TnVv
aamij areas yesterday but no dam
age was reoorteo. Jananasa nffi.
cials said the tremor, felt over
a wiae area Of tne Kantn Plain
had its center about 43 miles un-
derground in Chiba prefecture
svuiowesi of roKyo.
cused him tf working his imagiha
, tion- overtime. v: ., ...
in,-; XnTnaon, rjipiomatief sources
wo uie u.a.. may hav been try
in? tn birinan Uiix.aln
get for pro-Nasser propagandists
riisrtnv tha ie l.u-
a mil j.o muuuia.
Jordan bought fht British Hunt.
fr lata arlth funHa mn.ll.J L- il
United- States under "mutual aid
Dacta affharf alnaa tl... i
1 i v, uie auui live
DrO-NTai.ar attamnt Ha a...Jrk
-' van spring ot, i57, and
July M which toppled the pro pro-western
western pro-western monarch and led to the
iwto t name
mlU cousin, : King faisal.
luiiinariM a ii....a.k- it
RP Rotary Club
To Rcosevelf Fc!e
" Rotary Clubs on this Isthmus
will dedicate their Thursday lunch luncheon
eon luncheon meetings this week to Theo
dora Roosvelt as r nart of me lo
cal ooservanee or Theodora Roose-1
The Panama Ttntarv riuh will
have 'ai principal speaker for the
occasion Aipert J. Kedway, chief
of the private capital division of
the Frnnrt.fmrwwt ttanlr arh- 4a
- -r.v vruw i m
on the Isthmus as a special guest
lor ine ceremonies in the Canal
Zona this week. He will be intro introduced
duced introduced by Rotarian Jose Lefevre
President Amador at the time of
President Theodore Roosevelt's
vilit to the Isthmus in 1906.
Principal speaker for the" Cristobal-Colon
Rntarv rillh' rnaaKnar
will be Hermann Hagedorn, direc director
tor director Of the TheOrlnra Ttnnaavalf
Centennial Commission, a u t h o r
ana poet Hagedorn, who also is
the official renrsaniatiua nf tha
Theodore Roosevelt Association for
tnia week's obaarvanra uui ha
introduced by Rotarian Dr. Har Harry
ry Harry Enoj a Roosfvelt Medal hold-
Both Rotarv matintfs iaill eat
underwav nromntlv at. n-an Th
Panama Rntarv Cluh will rnnvana
in the Bella Vista Room "of the
Hotel 1 Panama Hilton and tha
Cristobal-Colon Club will meet in
the Stranger 'a Club on the Atlan-
aVl a CI! J. -. I'
RtCORO NIGHT SCHlbULI
KANSAS CITY. Mo. tUPiy
The' Ka,nsar City Athletics ; will
play 52 night games next year,' an
American League record.. The 77-
game Home schedule also includes
13 Sunday i tames and two' double'
CHICAGO (UPI) The Chlckgo
Bears have re-sigaed linebacker
Wayne Hansen as i free tgent.
Hansen. a ; replacement for in
jured end Jack Hoffman, had
peea relesMd earlier this season.
'ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 1
DAWW "A", DIABLO
IOX lilt. OWST01AL, CX-'
-ffc FH0NI IALI0A I70 r a"?
Lly. 'ya itaa4 ait)' .apart ti
dressmaker er a aerae faad at 'J
atrertnf garmants CaU Curua
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'WANTIO TO IUY-1950. tV
1 $ hevralet, standard ahift.
ahaaa but asli. Pliafle 2-0740,
Mrj- Dial, r '-;,i;l;'isV-V;
,U.l aallaie traduafa a'aairaa' T
part-time werk In shorthand .arv
-typIrM In Inalith. thena Cunia.
Will Mrtv Ruth Nelson ana Mr.
la'sarde Nelson Jr., an axem.
x ploya af tha Ministry of Publia
Works, please contact Casa Ad Ad-mirable.
mirable. Ad-mirable. Abpu Saad Temple
November i aetiv inontti,'
for the officers arid members
of Abou .Saad Temsla. A.A.O..
Charles TV TjtvT1e Rnhart.
Turbyfill, and their wives flew
to Rnn Juan Pimrtn R1rn tn
attend the fall ceremonial tot
tne Puerto Rico branch of Abou
Saad Temple. A class of 25 can candidates
didates candidates was initiated on Nov.
Following the parumnnlnl thara
was a dance and buffet at the
san juan intercontinental Ho Hotel.
tel. Hotel. : ;
Last Friday night, the) offi-
Cera anrl mmhar nf 'fha wnrlr.
ing units and their1 laoUer for formally
mally formally opened the ;newi Units
Building located on Gaillard
Highway bj: holding; a cocktail
party;Thi8 new structure Smim
all"' equipment 6f the workihg
unite nH vlll ilin hat tha. alta
of alt ceremonials held; locally
m xne iuture.
For the first time, the offi officers,
cers, officers, members of the uniformed
bodies, and the Oriental Band
of Abou Saad marched in the
Veterans Day Parade yesterday.
xne gay costumes made v a
splash of color in the marching
The fa.ll buitinessr mentino- nf
Abou Saad Temple will, be held
At the Annon'. Mnnli-.T.mnl
on Saturday beginning ar 7.3d'
pan. Matters oi interest to au
ShHners Wilf ha rllaciiiuart .vVnt.
intf on notnt1nl piinrlii1et.ee viil
also be. of primary Jijaportance
aw trus meeting-, aii snriners
residing or visiting ,in this area
nre inTiiea w attena xnere wut
be refresKmenti eervart fnilnar.
ing the adjournment of, .the
On NOV. 22 the fall roramn-
nial will be conducted in the
new Units Building on Gaillard
mgnway. canamates are to re report
port report to this site at 10 a m.
The ceremonial y itself begins
at 1 p.m. and should be con concluded
cluded concluded by p.m. .As thia is the
first ceremonial to' be. held In
tne new building. It is anti.
CiDatfirl that a aananitn mwa
, - "-J vvna
will attend. ,
. That lame, night at the Tort
yiaywH orncers wub there will
Urged At Pairtey
BOSTON, Nov. It (TJPI)--lm.
proved driver ? training techni-
ouea woulrl h.v raHnporl tha
total of young, motorists kllleH
in rugnway raisnaps, since-1845,
according to a r-Northwestern
University' ftf eltr avnart 'Jw.s
A fir. i Forest ft Nnffalno-af tihA
specializes in' anver education
at .Northwestern'a Traffitflnsti Traffitflnsti-tute,
tute, Traffitflnsti-tute, placed a large share of
the hlamn On inart aniia t at.ht
standards In driver licensing. ..
a xnorisinger noted that, nearly
100,000 7 persons between -: the
aees of 14 to 24 -had i dled m
traffic accidents since World
War n ended, He ; told t traf traffic
fic traffic safety conference ior north-
sfi.rVI ifial I'laalalaM-a
much of thia slaughter could
He said : licenses; .were; often
irlven to neraoni noorlv train.
ed. 'and without an appropriate
sense of responsibility. forUhelr
behavior behind the wheel."
- e urged that students under
It be aivew "All least' an ninnV
hours" of classroom Instruction
and "six clock hours ef practice
driving" before v recelvinK s-,11-1
censeSiV.:' 'T,'M!t-m! r i
Robert L. 1 Donla-an' aeneral
counsel of Northwestern's Traf Traffic
fic Traffic Institute, suggested improv improved
ed improved education to cut the acci
WANTIDi Aiirasstve sales salesman;
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remuneratioa far tha rifht par par-aon.t
aon.t par-aon.t For Interview, Call releW
banes I.494C J.496S.
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don't pretend U ; fluarantea
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t'.' l, '' Tel. 2-1905
f v TtvoU Aveaua Na: i t.2j
Protect yeur bene aad proaaMa
. ty againit intact a at a V-'
Prompt Kientific traatntent
( batia. Telephena Pronto Service.
fanama S7977.w Celea 1777.
WANTEDtwMaW tar faneral
bautework. Refcrcncet nauirad.
rWdnted to Buy
WANTED Small car 1956-57.
Call 1S59 Salboe. :i
Opens New Shrine
be a ceremonial .banquet an
uuce. ., irus w- -restricted t
Shriners- and theit ladies. Cock
tails, will be served beginnin
.30 p.m,' followed by dinnt
at 7J0 pjn.
Admission is S1.5& tier twrnhi
no advance reservattnn
necessary. As is customary, a
omiueis are requested to wet
a P iez. music ior dancing wi
be furnished bv TTnna .Tannn,
at th orga pjua other mus,
clans. ,.,,,i i.i
Abou Saad's officers for l9f
are c. n. t j waiia nnt.n.
S. TurbyfiU, chief xabban; J. j
oiooii( nssisiant raDoan; We
JhaP'i Prlest nd 1K 1K-phet,
phet, 1K-phet, F CJ- W,4fioma. orient!
gulde; Qr, P- rullman is vecorc
& JwS-xG?r itMMurer, an
JlEW Yom Nov. 1 iti (UPI)-
Thft Stock msrkat .HvanAj -anti
nued at.f somewhat slower pat
,in dominated and they wei
of sufficient' pnr tn lift tha a,
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- Koyai Dutch Shell
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Signal Oil and Gas, A
i Sinclair" on-f
r Socony Mobile
Stan Oil N.Ja
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Lijjle ROCK, Nov. 12 (UPI) The Little Rock school board invited the public to a meeting tonight at which,
members are expected to announce their decision on resignation.
It was generally felt here that some members of the board would resign as a result of Monday's. Federal Court
orde to proceed with integration of Little Rock's four pu blic high schools. The schools have been kept closed this
fall because of the integration controversy. ' :
The board held a closed, two-hour meeting in a hotel room yesterday, but all that Wayne Upton, president of
the six-member board, would say was "we're going to hav e a public meeting at 7:30 tomorrow.".
Dr. Dale Alford, the only outspokenly segregationist member of the board., left the. meeting shortly before the;
others yesterday, and said he personally was not going t o resign.
' Alford was elected to Congress
In the Nov. 4 general election by
defeating veteran Congressman
Brooks Hays (D-Ark.) in a write.
The school board has been un under
der under heavy and almost constant
fire from Gov. Orval Faubus and
Mgregationlsts since the Central
klgh school integration crisis in
September of 1957.
Meanwhile leaders of a bi bipartisan
partisan bipartisan drive to curb Senate
talkathons are priming for a
prompt follow-up fight to
pass new civil rights legisla legislation
tion legislation if they win their anti-filibuster
A number of civil rights bills
are being prepared for Introduc Introduction
tion Introduction when the new Congress
convenes Jan. 7. But their fate
in the Senate will depend to a
great extent on the outcome of
efforts to make it more diffi difficult
cult difficult -to talk measures to death.
I WEEKEND RELEASE!
INTRiGUESI. .'. ROMANCE!. . ACTION!. ..
SET IN THE EXCITING ERA OF THE -FRENCH
(VISTA VISION & COLORS)
"IIIMI Mill 1 'I". 'ti "
f JV v i "i, X 1
There are strong prospects the
present Senate gag" rule will be
tightened as a result pf a show showdown
down showdown set for the opening days,of
the new Congress. ; s
The actual terms of this
change may provide the key to
whether the campaign for new
civil rights legislation will suc succeed
ceed succeed or whether Southern sena senators
tors senators wilj be able to talk such
proposals to death.
Civil rights legislation con considered
sidered considered to have the best
chance for Senate considera consideration
tion consideration would include:
A measure aimed at putting.
the Federal government's power
behind local authorities con confronted
fronted confronted with bombings and dy dy-namitings
namitings dy-namitings which reflect racial or
religious hatred. '
A bill to allow jthe U.S. at attorney
torney attorney general to bring suits and
seek injunctions"' when he felt ci civil
vil civil rights were being denied to
any citizen. This would be a
throwback to "Title III" of the
1957 Civil Rights law a provi provision
sion provision dropped during debate on
Proponents of the Titje III
LOUIS JOURDAN" "BELINDA LEE
KEITH MITCHELL ANNE NEYWOOD
IT'S ANOT H E R R A N K RELEASE!
Premier Would Up
TAIPEI, Formosa, Nov. 12, )
(UPI) Vice President and Pre
mier Chen Cheng said today Na
tionalist China will increase 1U
military strength to reunite divid divided
ed divided China.
Chen told a group of top Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist leaders at a meeting
commemorating the 92nd anmver
sary of the birth of the late Dr.
Sun Yat-Sen that a stronger mili military
tary military force was needed to battle
the Communists on the mainland.
Nationalist China pledged in a
joint statement with the United
States last month not to use force
as a primary means of recon reconquering
quering reconquering the mainland.
But. Chen warned today, "not
only will we not reduce our mili
tary strength, but we will also
continue to strengthen and solidi solidify
fy solidify our military strength 1 as a
means to achieve our mission of
fighting the Communists and reu reuniting
niting reuniting our country."
proposal, believe Jts adoption
would have strengthened the
Federal government's hand n
dealing with school integration
controversies at Little Rock, Ark.,
Impetus for an anti-bombing
law has come from incidents
like Monday's bombing of a
school at Osage, W. V., where
white and Negro children have
been integrated without diffi difficulty
culty difficulty for five years.
New York's Republican Sen.
Jacob K. Javlts and sen.elect
Kenneth B. Keating have just
completed a survey trip to the
South to collect material for an
anti-bombing bill. i (
The anti-filibuster fight Is exl
pected to turn on twb proposals:
A measure sponsored by
Senate Democratic Leader Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon B. Johnson and others,
which would allow limitation of
debate by a vote of two-thirds of
senators present and voting.
An alternative which would
make it possible, after a debate
had gone on for some time, to
end the talking by a majority
vote of the full Senate.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for ths 24
hours ending 8 a. m. today Is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hvdroeraphlc Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
(max. mph) NW-11
RAIN (inches) .33
Inner harhnrtri R2
THURSDAY, NOV. IS
4:43 a.m. 11:04 a.m.
5:18 p.m. 11:25 p.m.
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VISITORS GALORE Personnel and members ot the Fort Kobbe and Fort Clayton aervlce clube andthe VS.' Army-Bchool tot
Latin America; at Fort Gulick visited the installations of the new National' Brewery plant yesterday in inothW'Kn'ow' Your
Brewery" tour designed to acquaint Isthmians with the modern standards of purity and cleanliness "under, "which.- Balbda 6eer 1
brewed. Following the tour, the visitors were entertained by" the brewery's president T. Gabriel JQuque, gnerar'rnahagerjtAlr-
do Aleman, assistant general manager Alejandro A. Doique Jr. and public relations director "Arturo'lllneQa,.'1 v'''
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Chrysler Production Staff Back On Job
PEEROIT, Nov. 12 (UPI)
Chrysler Corp, production workers
returned to their jobs at most De Detroit
troit Detroit area plants today, crossing
picket lines set up by striking sa salaried
laried salaried workers. .,:
A company spokesman said all
but two Chrysler plants m the De Detroit
troit Detroit area were operating normal normally
ly normally this morning. The only plants
closed were the Imperial Assem Assem-ploying
ploying Assem-ploying 2,700.
, The salaried workers walked out
yesterday and eight of the" 10
Chrysler assembly plants were
closed within a matter of hours
truck drivers refused ttf cross
picket lines. . '
It was still too early to tell if
truck drivers would cross, picket
hoes today, a spokesman saids
It was not known .'whether' the
plants could continue to operate
et full production without key sa salaried
laried salaried workers who set up assem assembly,
bly, assembly, schedules. .' i
"We won't know for a while
how big a problem it is," a'l
spokesman said. "We don t know
if we can continued without them
or not. Each plant may have dif-
when production employes andferent conditions.'
Of Civic Council
Is This nmf
' The fegular .monthly, meeting
of ,the Pacific, Civic Council will
be heldthis eveninjr; atT:30 in
the Boarff Room) Administration
Buijdlnprr Balboa Heights All
new members will be preientand
election of officers- wll ltak
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