The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
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lccn - sn 88088495
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Classification:
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System ID:
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dent at, Diablo Heights school,"
shows fellow students "the
Roosevelt Medals held by her"
: grandXither and great-grand-
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Ann Stich Tells
Kids Of Family's
Roosevelt Medals
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holders hi their families but one
of tjhem is Ann,-.Stich, whose
grandfather and great-grandfather
sboth worked for the isth isthmian
mian isthmian 'Canal Commission, .during
construction days ; '
, Testerda ;she look toth
medals to-?choal so that fellow,
students in Mrs. Subert Turby4
fill's sixth grade class at Dla
bio Heights could have ;lose ;lose-np
np ;lose-np examination of the. medals
'whWt'have been'jnuch In evK"
denes this week, on the chests
f ejdtimers attending the va various
rious various events- of Roosevelt Cen
ihmnial'Feek,
Two "medals, Ann, showed
belonged to her grandfather,
Ora Moore- Ewing, -and her
great-grandfather, Homer Le Levi
vi Levi Ewing, -( .r
Ora Swing eamft to the-'XJanl
Zone tn 190ft and .was at 'one
time lnrthe office of Col. W. C.
Dorgas, For many years he was
In medical supply work,, first for
the sanitation Department and
later for the Storehouses. He rer
tired in 1940 and died last sum
mwr. r, ;
Homer Ewing '-Jreeeded'hlt son
to the Isthmus by about a year year-He
He year-He came here In 1905 and left
' the Isthmian Canal commission
service in 1913. Most of his serv service
ice service was as a clerk.
Ann Is the' daughter of Mrs.
Virginia Stich, librarian at aor aortas
tas aortas Hospital, v
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' TWADRID, Spain, Not. 15- (UPp American stafe and screen
star Tyrone Power died f t heart attack .today.. He collapsed

on a movie set after finishing; a dagger-duel scene in which
he fought off i- make-believe assassin.
- Power, 44, died atr-about, 1:30 p.m. while being taken to a
hospital.. -f ? ( r t
' He had collapsed about 30 -minutes earlier after vtaggering
off the set for the movie '"Solomon and SheD."," i :

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" Still in the robes 'of his roto as Solomon. Power was car carried
ried carried from his dressinr room and' taken to the Ruber Hospital.

A hospital -spokesman said he
A tloctor said Power- died of
angina pectoris.
He was stricken while -per
forming. one of the mostdiffi J
cult and strenuous scenes in l
the i movie in which he, "wa
starred with Italian" actress
ftina. Lnllflhrfrlda f
Mi-r Lollbbrietdawas on the
set with him when power eaueo
for a halt in the filming 1 and
went to his trailer dressing
room. v
. Tie asked Bay Sebastian, his
makeup man and companionfor,
mariv vears. for a nranay. ne
palps in nis arms.
Producer Ted Richmond saw
Power and then called, the stfa-dio-nurse
and a car. By the time
the auto arrived Power was un-
Bclhoa KofC Seeks
The Knight or columhus,
CguhclllSVltBftlboa,1' Canal
Zone;' wiir be playing Santa
Clauf for someof the neeidy peof
flle jof Panama this Christmas
season,! However, the Knights
need help from some of the peo people
ple people Oil the Isthmus..
, The Knights of Columbus have
set out a box on. tile first floor
of their building. In Balboa, and
are asking that anyone who has
any odd toys, clothes or tools, to
hring thenvhh ;GraV 'Knight
Fred Mohl, has said that of the
upmost v importance Is tools.
Tools seem to be the hardest of
items for these needy people to
pbtain.
' These Items should he hi fair fairly
ly fairly good condition, but anything
will toe gladly received.
The Knights have asked that
anyone who can spare these
items should try to get them to
the K;C. building as soon as pos possible,
sible, possible, so that distribution plans
can get underway.

titfttte fts President Theodore Roosevelt listens intently as Juan

States Chief Executive to Panam4. This gcene of the pageant by
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was -dead on arrival.
conscious,
Studio officials said Power
'had complained i recently of
'hot feeling well and had had a
heart -checkup a few weeks a-'
go. Although some concern, war
.felt about his" health,- ho n
dreamed his life was m dan
ger, -, : " f v-.
Power, a native- of Cincinnati,
had; complained of not: feeling
wtll this morning when he-arrived
on the set. "But he insisted on
goinsr through' 'With 4-ie duel
scene in liitteT cold temperature
that had the actors and actress actresses
es actresses shivering in their flimsy Bi Biblical
blical Biblical robes.
, Even for a man as Power, It
was" a difficult scene.' It called
for him' to fall onto a stone floor,
then writhe suddenly out ofvthe
wav of an assassin's knife.
,i He looked more and more As-
traugnt as ineiymmg progress progressed.
ed. progressed. -'
f Hundred5 of extrn wers-, m
the eir when power suddenly
waved feeble "cut sign and
sgBtfre tDi Or trailer
? ; Solomon wai 4-he v26th starring
role 'for" Power, in 25-year
ree as one of Hollywood's ; top
romantic stars, va
, With, hfm ln Madrid was, W
wife of le than Tear, the
former pebbi Ann MinardosV 1
Who i- expurtinr their first,
baby, Powr had been married:
twice previouslv to- French
actress Annabetla and Mexican--actress
Linda Christian.
Power Also Is survived: bv. two
daughters by Miss Christian,
Rominia. Francesca, 8, and Ta Ta-ryn,
ryn, Ta-ryn, 5
Sebastian said Power had suf suffered
fered suffered an attack of dysentery
two days ago but apneared yes yesterday
terday yesterday to have recovered.
Fatal PC Blast
One crewman was tilled and
another badivv Injured when a
compressor aboard the Japan Japanese
ese Japanese ship Fuvo Maru exploded
as the vessel approached Mi Mi-flores
flores Mi-flores Locks on a northbound
transit early this afternoon.
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VlPs aV today's Roosevelt Dedication -certmonlesi at Balboa Heights stand on the porte cochere
Mthe frontof the Administration;. Building, From left. to right they. are: Bishop Heber Gooden,
Hermann -Hagedorn, Mrs. Edward A. BacOn, Waldo- G. Bowman, President Ernesto de la Guar Guar-dia,.Jr.Gov
dia,.Jr.Gov Guar-dia,.Jr.Gov William E. Potter and Georg H, Roderick, asaiatant Secretary of tiie Army,

Roderick Sees Panama Ca

00 Roosevelt's r I n d o m i

Aa appraisal of the achieve achievement
ment achievement of the building at the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal fttod of -the dlstiri dlstiri-gulshed;
gulshed; dlstiri-gulshed; r &sit ot,Psident
Theodore Roosevelt waj'made by
George -H.. Roderick during, the
dedication ceremony at Balboa
Heights, today at the "end. ojt
week-long celebrations of Roose Roosevelt's
velt's Roosevelt's centennial, K
' ; Roderick Is assistant Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of the Army and dhair dhair-man
man dhair-man of the. board of directors
of the Panama Canal Compa Company.'
ny.' Company.' 'f
The following -Is 1 an extract
from his address:
Here were swamps and Jun Jungles
gles Jungles and ,. rugged mountains
where the improvements of ci civilization
vilization civilization had not yet penetrat penetrated,
ed, penetrated, Here tropical fevers abound abounded,
ed, abounded, deadly vellow fever and ma
laria, whicTi -it is said before
President Roosevelt's entrance
on the scene had cost a life for
each dross-tie laid In the con construction
struction construction of the Panama Rail Railroad
road Railroad "Here nature had presented a
problem "to the digging ofa ca canal,
nal, canal, the -solution to which.- had
eluded the genius' or tne"-great
Ehrman, representlnir Panftrrt4
Donald Muwelman and Victor
anil Trnnlr D.iKImVi Mianr i
ataau m 1 jlv v uit.,n,i.' 'a c ai vociiuiiik
atiitlrii Hid lrnisa 4 flHAfilnVi
vmw p wtvu i vyuWN . r

country it aH Abraham Uncobu

French. "Engineer- de- JLesseps,
bullae- of the eues.-
vin.'d4itorhWlhsherir6 vin.'d4itorhWlhsherir6-porfions'f
porfions'f vin.'d4itorhWlhsherir6-porfions'f -h' gigtetiff' taAtoirt
terms of physically, digging a
canal 50. miles- long under, the
mo unfavorable conditions of
climate 'and "geography which
?ould be provided by nature
therevwas- a maze of legal ar
rangements and treaties neces necessary
sary necessary to obtain the rights to get
the canal:, project underway.
"While the -world .stood to
benefit vastly from the com commerce
merce commerce which would transit
the canal and -while the se security
curity security of the United' States
demanded Its completion, the
complexities of the legal and
treaty situations prevented
the project from getting un underway,
derway, underway, -I- f t,
"Theodore Roosevelf was un
daunted by the obstacles con
fronting him. When he assumed
the Presidency he threw.behlnd
the project-the weight .of his
mighty energy and determlna
tion. With characteristic vigor
he successfully attacked each
prob em. ;
first President, Manuel Amador
Ac Herr waa a highlight of the
n IKa iiMina Danemaniens MikA
. uaits jruauaaB x nuuiuiiuaiia wiiu
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Spirif
,"He. obtained the riehts to the
Canal Zone from our friend in
uie. Republic Panamas, jap
pointed a commisisoft tqt amn
ister the project and charged
them-with tme single -mission.
o WiC IU( iiy,,
"This admonition of the Pres-
iaent became the watchword of
tne uanai enterprise. The world
famous results we see before
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IfOUNG-TlMEB Manuelita Moses, aged 17, greets Old-timer
Charles E. Thomas, aged 76, at today's dedication Ceremonies
at Balboa Heights at the culmination of Roosevelt Week. Ma Manuelita
nuelita Manuelita was one of the pretty ROTC cadet lieutenants who
acted as ushers at the ceremony. Thomas, who came to work
on the Canal In 1907 stayed, for 38 years in Government ser service
vice service and has been on the isthmus for 50 years.
THE MAIL BOX

Dear Governor Potter: v f
Please give my greetings to those attending fie ceremonies
in the Canal Zone celebrating the centennial year of the birth

of Theodore .Roqsevelt.

it is appropriate to nonor inis great American at tne scene
of one of his major accomplishments the construction of the
Panama Canal. Since its completion, the Canal has more than

fultllled the highest expectations

strong assist in tne economic and social development or tne world,
and It has proved of fundamental worth In the defense of our

I hope your centennial observance will serve" to draw ever

closer the bonds of friendship between the United States and the
Republic of Panama. 1
' Pwlght D. Eisenhower
President,

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Today, at the very hour

Roosevelt arrived at the sea of mud which was Balboa in
190$, an impressive ceremony was held at Balboa eights
to mark the end of Roosevlt Centennial Week, ,v r
A crowd of about 600 people gathered on tie, lawn
in front of the Administration building, overlooking the
entrance the famous waterway for the ceremony which
included the dedicating of the Canal as one of the seven

engineering, wonders of the

As combined bands played national tunes and the
distant hooting of ships was heard in the harbor below

everyone visualized the day 52 years ago When foremost
canal-builder Roosevelt gazed on the turmoil of corisrruc-

non aays,
People began to take their
places at 9:30 in the banks of
seats half-circling the Admlnis
tration Buildine forecourt as the
combined ) bands of Balboa and
Cristobal High Schools struck up
with a half-hour program-pre
ceding the ceremonies, :
President Ernesto de la Guar
dlsLJr. arrived tin 1 motorcade
on tjhe-;strokeofi 10 o'clock' and
was greeted 'by Governor Wil William
liam William E. Potter a'nd- other VIP-
Thev walked to the buuaing es-
Icorted by attractive gin spon
sors of the rotc, smarmy aecK aecK-ed
ed aecK-ed out In dazzling white uni uniforms.
forms. uniforms. 1 As the speakers t took their
places on. the roof df the
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of its planners. It, has giyen a

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Arrival
that President ThMrfnra
United States.
porte-cochere, w h 1 e h waa
hung, with flags, rain began to
fail, but all the spectators kept
to their seats, ready to brave a
downpour.
The rain did not last long.
About half 0f the 150 Roose
velt medal holders who are" no.;
on the Isthmus attended the''-'
ff"l,ny and ocUied a pronuV
nens place. - j. "?
They were given a warm burst
of applause when-Potter asked 1
them to stand, while introdue.
mg the prominent people pres pres-ent.
ent. pres-ent. .
Pottef reminded everyone that v
at this hour 52 years ago Presi President
dent President Jloosevelt had JU3t com com-et
et com-et hls .fng of the Isth Isth-S,by
S,by Isth-S,by ra"roai to begin his in in-pection
pection in-pection of the progress of the
construction of the Canal.
As rain c?ouds hovered over over-head,
head, over-head, the governor glanced a a-loft
loft a-loft and remarked in a way
which showed his worr? for
statistical research, that in
these 58 years there had only
been gx Nov. 15s on which it
had not rained.
Hermann Hagedorn, director
of the Roosevelt Centennial
Commission then presented a-
wards to the Winners of an esav
COuH ln Canal Zone .ScfiMs
with th tlfTo m...j.. uu.o
.fi 1 UBUore'.ise-
. The four'wlnnfm w'

Rate and iocal.te school, ?.
oth sides of the Isthmus' were ',
presented with miniature busts i
of Roosevelt. T.
iineI 9 l" Khsh-lan-
fuage contest were Ronald
Frankel of Cristobal High School
Hleh School. J
The Spanish-language contest
prizes went to Edwin Joseph of
Rainbow city High School and
lor High School.
A pleasant Intermission in the
heavier parts of the program
was provided by the Utin Amer American
ican American School Glee Club who burst r.
melodiously forth with "Give Me i

nada" Gra Gra-Then
Then Gra-Then came the ceremony of
presenting the plague designat designating
ing designating the Canal as one of the
seven wonders" which was per.
formed by Waldo G. Bowman,
vice president of the American
Society of Civil Engineers.
He named the leaders of the
Canal enterprise, topped by
Roosevelt, and said the Canal
was also a monument to the
men they directed "the men
who grubbed and sweated and
fought .the forces of nature1:
that seemed to conspire to
erase the daily hard-won gains
made by the pick and stehm stehm-shovel.",,
shovel.",, stehm-shovel.",, r : Y
. Thededlcatory plaques and. a
large bust of Roosevelt wr
T.v.wut .-,H frvAiufUJluft
ei m th.e rotunda inside the en entrance
trance entrance of the Administration ;
Building.'1-"' y. ,,

Notables j, from the speaker
stand entered the building and .,
VIPs and the Roosevelt medal
holders were; given '. priority
1 places as Mrs. Edward A. Ba- f
con, WU of the donor of the
bust, pulled the cord to cnveil
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The bust will stand in the Ro- )
tunda surrounded by murals de1
i plotlng the struggle of construe
tion days.

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THIS IS YOUR FORUM THI MADMS OWN COLUMN
The Mail Roi if an open forum for raaden of Tht Panama Amorican.
Lftfar are MCRivod flratefully and art handled in a wholly confidential
manntr.
If yon centributa a latter don'f ba impatiant if it doasn t apptar tht
nut day. Lortcrt art published in tha order received.
Please try to keep the lerten limited to one paoe langth.
Identity of letter writers It held In strictest confidence.
Tkis newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements or epinioni
expressed in letters from reader.
THE MAIL BOX

STUDENTS AND POLITICS
Sir:
"Patriot" (Mail Box, Nov. 11), in so courteously attempting
to "straighten me out," showed that he himself needs some
straightening out. His-letter showed that (a) he did not cor correctly
rectly correctly read what I wrote; (b) he is misinformed concerning the
government-student conflict.
Let me take his statement that some non-partisan, non non-Panamanian
Panamanian non-Panamanian wisely said that the students should spend more
time on their studies, rather than on strikes over political issues.
Does "Patriot" or his non-partisan friend know the cause
of the student troubles? It was not over political Issues, as ev everyone
eryone everyone except "Patriot" and his friend seems to know. The stu students
dents students had been promised that better educational facilities would
be awaiting them at the beginning of the current school year,
but when they reported to their schools they found there had
been no improvement. They went on strike over this issue a a-lone,
lone, a-lone, and "Patriot's" government answered their squawks
with bullets.
I might remind "Patriot" that when the students were of offered
fered offered arms by certain politicians they answered with a big "no."
Are these students then to be considered as acting politically?
Hoodlums, communists (perhaps), politicians and govern government
ment government agents then seeped into the students' organizations to fo foment
ment foment trouble, and succeeded in creating the impression that
the students were fighting over political issues.
How can the students fight their battle for their legal
rights without accepting the aid of such people if their friends
and elders, such as 'Tatriot," refuse to lead or support them?
The students were shot in the streets while "Patriot" and his
kind took a balcony view like ancient Roman senators watching
Christians being thrown to the lions.
Following this bloodshed, I suppose the students should
have disregarded the loss of their comrades and have returned
meekly to their studies, as their spineless forebears have been
doing for years.
For student? to be efficient leaders tomorrow they need
better educational facilities today. Otherwise, tomorrow they
will be wandering the streets as hoodlums, and so many unem unemployed
ployed unemployed products of "Patriot's" timid generation of students are
doins today.
"Patriot" doesn't prove anything when he notes that the
students of Panama's private schools continued attending to
their studies, as these students already enjoy all the facilities
the public school students are struggling for. As for the stu students'
dents' students' actions disrupting the economy of the country, whenever
have great social advances been launched, either amid calm
or violence, without there being some disruption of the status
QUO?
I find myself wondering where "Patriot" was on Indepen Independence
dence Independence Day, Nov. 3. If he had been anywhere near the spot at
which the disturbance took place he would have "noticed that
the "students" who were following the National Guards and
pelting them with rocks, eggs and whatnot were in the majori majority
ty majority pdlitical'liangers-on and hoodlums. There were a few gen genuine
uine genuine students, but not many.
Did 'Tatriot" know that the students were pressured with
threats of expulsion or low grades if they did not participate in
the Independence Day, parade? What would "Patriot" think a a-bout
bout a-bout that, if he were a' student?
For "Patriot's" information the students are no politicians,
but through the agency of the infiltrators I listed above they
have been framed and unwillingly dragged into politics. They
need their elders parents and citizens like "Patriot" to
help them straighten out this situation.
Reconsideration

Walter Winchell
In New York

MAN ABOUT TOWN

Ex-Queen Soraya and Harold

Krupp Von Bohlen (of Germany's

"Arms Empire) may be tne sur

prise wedding of $59. .Ava Gard Gardner's
ner's Gardner's latest interest is British writ

er James Hilliary, one of Eng England's
land's England's Angry Young Men. .Pals
insist Cary Grant and his wife
Betsy Drake are cozier than ev

er, despite their abrogation an announcement.
nouncement. announcement. .The reason La Lady
dy Lady Docker's son Lance didn't

date American gals: Remaining

true-blue to Jus girl in Britain,

model Tina Ann Winters very
much That Way. .The mother of
Andrew Prine (lead in "Look
Homeward Angel") married for
the 3rd time in Miami last week
She is now Mrs. Fletcher Howell.
. .Walter O'Keefe, TV emcee, and
the widow of Chas. Rochester
(former Pres of the Hotel Lexing Lexington
ton Lexington here) were married at St.
Patrick's. .CBS producer Paul
Roberts and actress Ellen McRae
have been secretely sealed,
for six weeks. .Biggest feud in
Hollywood: Elizabeth Taylor .ar.t
The H'wood Reporter's M. Connoi-

Gov. Harriman's inner circle
blame his defeat on one thing:
Rockefeller's crowd spent over

$650,000 on advertising, compared
to the loser's mere 75Gs. Ave,
they say, felt that he "had-it-in-

the-bag . .Frederick Loewe (com

poser of "My Fair Lady" and

Gigi ) has a favorite dinner-

date; Tammy Allen, pretty bru

nette, recently in "Romanoff and
Juliet". .Backers of Shelley Win Winters'
ters' Winters' next play. "A Piece of Blue

Sky," must put up $1,500 for I

percent. .Trenton, M.J. legal no notices
tices notices last week revealed a di divorce
vorce divorce hearing labeled Webb vs.

Webb Translation: Wally Vernon,

movie and stage star, and his
wife Ginger Sfferry Vernon. .

Heheheh. Since the election Roc Rocky
ky Rocky Graziano's chums are calling

mm Governor.

Grotewohl? Mother Nikky's Kitchen HefeSv

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The Washington Wire: Justice
Dept. insiders understand that
Bernard Goldfine's vexpected". in

dictment will make news before

Yuletide. .Reds will converge

on the U.S. Board of Parole on

the day parole applications come

up for. Henry Winston and Gil Gilbert
bert Gilbert Green, convicted under the
Smith Act. .Father Hartke, head
of the Drama Dep't at Catholic

Univ., was given Dist of Colum Columbia
bia Columbia license plate 8:30. .Editors
are checking talk that the N. Y.

County Bar Ass'n and Adlai Ste

venson may clash. Over his law

firm connection. He is a partner.

but not irt their N. Y. branch,

wnicn win rebuttal that Adlai
foesn't practice lawhere, mainiy

in me capital.

PROGRAM PROTEST

Sir:

Is there any worse drivel than "One Man's Family," cur currents
rents currents heard on CFN at 10 a.m. every weekday? It Insults the

average intelligence and is as outmoded as high button shoes.
It is announced as a 27-year-old aaga. Now isn't that indica indicative
tive indicative enough of its age?
The conversations are Infantile and mock the sensibilities.
Real people just don't carry on that way. As for the sets and
the clothes worn, all are slckenlv described. This Barber family,
as it Is known, must have its fair share of good fortune and are
surely not an ordinary American family. The plots (if that's the
word) are so threadbare one can hear right through them.
If the radio stations in the States are offering this show
freely to. AFRS, they are doing no one a favor, but are bringing
boredom In by the hour. Who listens?. It might be a surprise
to, learn how few. Here's a suggestion send these programs
back to the farm. That Is where they may have once belonged.
As a replacement, how about something with a little spark and
excitement-and the adventure of, say, "Johnny Dollar?
Another Man'i Poison

Bill Holden are furious over Loui Louisiana's
siana's Louisiana's law which prohibited Ten Tennis
nis Tennis Queen Althea Gibson from
dining (or living) with the cast of
"Horse Soldiers" filmed in that
State. Her scenes must be snot
in H'wood. .Actor John Ireland
and the town fathers of Deland,
Fla., have parted forever. .Sta .Statuesque
tuesque .Statuesque Marion Bruce shelved it
all to be a Girl Friday to a Dou Dou-bleday
bleday Dou-bleday exec. She' now wed to
Dr. A. Logan, Duke Ellington's
medic. .Michael Rennie and his
wife Margaret (separated for ag ages)
es) ages) finally decided it was just in in-flirtuation
flirtuation in-flirtuation and will have it eras erased.
ed. erased. .British sex bomb June Wil Wilkinson's
kinson's Wilkinson's best beau is believed to
be W. Wellman, jr; ".The H. Hoi Hoi-lingers
lingers Hoi-lingers of Variety are- inf anticipat anticipating.
ing. anticipating. .Megimide is the name of a

LEAVE SCOTLAND OUT OF THIS
Sir:
Who Is this knight in shining armor, this paladin of the
poor and downtrodden, who uses the very ordinary name of
William Worker (Mail Box, Nov. 12?) He who alludes to an an ancient
cient ancient and honorable country and Its peqple namely Scotland
and the Scottish race as being parsimonious?
We may have our faults, as do any 'other people or race In
this world of ours, but parsimony is not one of them.
It shows a lack of ood taste and breeding when a man
uses another person's nationality to prove his point, so I would
thank William Worker to leave Scotland and the Scots out of
his letter.
Let him play the ancient and honorable game of golf, let
him enjoy it. and let him remember that it took a Scotsman
to originate It. I am proud to be a Scotsman born and bred,
proud of my heritage and traditions.
Scotty

88

Sir:

Since this 88 thing started there have been some fine old
arguments as to whether the National Lottery Is on the lvel.
While making no comments on these debates, I want to know
whether It la fair or right for all the ticket sellers to hold all
the 88 for themselves, as has been going on this week.
. Two weeks In a row, had It not been for clandestine sellers,
I would not have been able to buy the 8R which I have been
buying from an official teller for a long time.
And why should tha public be forced to buy casados when
It li against the policy of the Lottery Office?
Lastly, when Is 09 going to play?
Buyer

Anna Maria Alberehetti'ai fami

liar quarrel with Mama over mar marrying
rying marrying "out of -her faith" invaria

bly breaks in the gazettes just be

fore she opens at some night

ciud. .variety s front page ban

ner confirms all the yelps made

nere aDout rv ratings. .Rosema .Rosemary
ry .Rosemary O'Reilly (she joins "Three Pen Penny
ny Penny Opera" this wk) and husba'nd

singer George Smiley are having

tneir six year mereer unknotted

. .It's a Girl for the James Rat Rat-trays
trays Rat-trays of the N. Y. Mirror...Play Mirror...Play-wright
wright Mirror...Play-wright Arthur Kober is cdurting

me proaucer oi "Miss Lonely
hearts," Diana Green. .Lvn Ba

ri's husband Dr. N. Rickles was

once Judy Garland's psychiatrist.

Judy is the wife of Miss Bari's
ex-husband Sid Luft. Clear now?.

. .News photog Philip Greitzer's

dghtr Shelly weds Dec. 27th. He

is D. Alpert, ex-Capt. of the Hun

ter basketball team. .Don't in

vite "Suzie Wong" director Josh
Logan and Wm. Gaskill ("Epi ("Epitaph"
taph" ("Epitaph" director) to the same o o-pening
pening o-pening night.
The Jack Palances may be re

conciled. She's flying back with

the tots from Switzerland for a
reunion. . .The Johnny Morrises
of the Garry Moore show have a
Dghtr. .The Rockefeller (and

the Ford) Foundation gave grants

to do research on sex problems.
. .Lena Home says an imposer

is posing as her son. . .Gertrude
Ederle, first American gal to
swim the English Channel, has
been made an exec of U. S. Pool
Corp. . .Villa Capri (Hollywood)
wild rumor: That is John Kenne Kennedy
dy Kennedy is elected Prez in 1960, his
good friend Sinatra will become

U.S. Ambassador to Italy. (What!
And take a cut?). .Lauren Ba-

call's beau (New York branch)

Baby's friends by walking into the
Delmonico Lounge with mode
Vanda Allen.. .Mary Beth Hughes

and ex-husband D. Street reunit

ed for a night club act. No ro
mance. .Just gotta eat!

Confessed Red Spy Jack Soble

is the most temperamental one

we have. Won't testify for the
Gov't (in other cases) u nless
Mrs. Soble (also in a clink)
comes along. .Arthur Murray

wrenched his back while being
taught a new rock-and-roll routine

at his dance studio: .Eartha

Kitt and scriptwriter John Hay-

man had Londoners agog. .Con .Connie
nie .Connie Francis sang the songs you'll

near jayne Mansfield "vocal" in
the movie, "Sheriff of Fractured
Tnt" Th now nl ' T mmU A

mon" (more Orientals), has u-of-a-million
advance sale and
doesn't start -rehearsals for a

month. .Don't invite Ben Hecht

to any saloons in Yorkville. .L.
Sillman's epitaph will be the
name of his autobiog: "Here Lies
Leonard Sillman. Straightened Out
at Last."
Movie start John Wayne and

Watchea

Watches

Watches

new drug (due soon) to combat
an -overaose of sleeping pills.
American magazine staffers
back from abroad tell us that the

ioviet, Writers (wno spanked Pas

ternak) voted 800 to 0 to repri

mand him. Another group wanted

to defend him but were railroad

ed, off the floor before the voting

took place . .Theater Guider

Theresa-Heburn has been -ill ,'at
Norwalk'XConn.) Hospita for -a
month. .Mark Scott, d a n c e r
with the London trpupe of "W$st
Side Story," just had his left teat

pierced for an earring. .The

Gabe Sumners of Shubert Alley
add to the Mom-nd Population
next summer. ; .The Mel Tomes'
c r a d i e song is- being readied
for Feb. .Roz Russell s camera

director (Mel .Ferber) for her
next TV epic weds actress Betty
Lou Robinson 'Doc 7th. .Chan .Chandler's
dler's .Chandler's staffers wonder if Murray
Matheson is Faye Emerson's lat latest
est latest conquest, Dept. store exec,
Gene Kline, and Barbara Ke-ier-er,
lovely model, were married
last Friday.-. .That lovely dish in
Charm's insomnia layout is mod model
el model PhylLs Connor,, who keeps rich
lawyer Robert Lasky awake nights
. ..They, say Johnny Mathis' ro romance
mance romance never get serious because
his manager (Helen Noga) chaper
uins.the sticheeayshum when John Johnny
ny Johnny acts like he's enjoying it. .
The man, who gave Nelson Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller the idea xrf running for Gov Governor
ernor Governor was lawyer Bartley Crum
Who has a letter from hint say saying
ing saying so. 1 '. ''

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lic, Catholic, Jew ana Megroes. v v
t The FB. has bull up a : hue
file on these rabblei;ouers, and
Rogers bel eves he can bring ac
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FIRST in rubdje FIRST ih tudeless j

material that tends to Incite crime.

Hate piopaganda was found in
the possess on of the men accused
dt -flynamitihg : the Jewish syna syna-gogue
gogue syna-gogue in Atlanta, which gives Ro Rogers
gers Rogers an excuse for,. legal action,
He may also use the civil fights
statutes to prosecute :. tha A hate
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pUTRAGjEpJAMJJJ.$,AH$-
During, the early l930's a wave
of Icindnapp hg ioiiowed tne Lind Lindbergh
bergh Lindbergh baby's1 death, until almost
eveiy parent worried for iear his
child would-be next; v
At, the time A'ttdrney Gen. Hoijier
Cummihga .called inLa ; g r o t p
of newspapermen and asked their
cooperation in mobilizing pubJc
opinion, f si. against these "gang "gangsters,
sters, "gangsters, second In puilding up -tae
FBI. There followed p. campaign
which materially helped discourag discouraged
ed discouraged kidnapping. ;
The preent wave of bombings,
with a school blown up this week
at Osage, W., Va., a oomb fouha
on the back porch of the Jewish
H.udent Center at the-tmiverty of
Missouri, and bomb threats -gainst
a Baptist church, an Ep V
copal Jr ehurch, and n a Catholic
church in Miami, could be lessn lessn-ed
ed lessn-ed by -a similar outpouring ofipu ofipu-bl
bl ofipu-bl c opinion. ,. :
Judging from the school chi' chi'-dieui
dieui chi'-dieui 015. .ei, cuoj,. iuu ve.e.uu ve.e.uu-gioups
gioups ve.e.uu-gioups wnicii ai.e Wiiimg mf a a-uiu.
uiu. a-uiu. me.e ooma ou rago, puolic
opinion is; beginning to oou. Here
are some ot. tne le.ters:
York,. .Pa.,' -..Youth Center.
"Please accept the ehcld&eu caecK
for $5().76 wiiich was raised by Vie
leeuage memoeis at a Jf'rienusnip
Brick jtfenftiit Dance. Th.S prpject
was conceived, planned, ahu exe executed
cuted executed by pur Teenage 'members
who ieit that their peers in Clin Clinton,
ton, Clinton, Tenn., should have the same
advantages that iota s.ucents en enjoy."'
joy."' enjoy."' Morris 1- Namser; Director.
tirundy High School,': Grundy,
Va; -'.'The co-ed Hi-Y Club adopt
ed 'the -price of a coke project
and successfully carr.ed it out.
Ther-membe.-s of the dub got

practically all of the students 'O
conlribute. The students -realized
the grave situation at Clinton High
' School and responded with (96.75."

rrH wvf kiwi wvuv -v
"Whereas we as well as the entire
nation were horrified, snockea; and
dismayed by the news of the re recent
cent recent oestruction of the- high school
at Clinton,' Tenn., by a bomb;
whereas we realize the almost im-v
possib e. task that this, little com community
munity community bas, in financing the recons
tructipn of this building, jqow be
it reso.ved that we withdraw from
any .money we have on hand the
sum of $23 to be sent to the
school board together with our
hearfelt sympathy." Maurice R.
Hull.
This is just a small cross-section
of letters that have been coming
in from all over the naion from
ah outraged America.
RAISING CAM IN ALASKA
Alaska's ex-Gov. Ernest Gruen Gruen-ing,
ing, Gruen-ing, the griza ed old battler lor A A-laskan
laskan A-laskan statehood, is getting unex unexpected
pected unexpected help in his race to become
a Senator. It comes from ex-Sen.'
Harxy Cain of Washington, whose
rugged face and voice are well
known in Alaska. Cain once fough.
for the big canning interests a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Alaskan state hood, then
dramatically switched sides as a
result of Gruemng's nfluence.
Ever since this switch, the two
men have been c oss inends des despite
pite despite their political differences.
Cain, now a Miami television com commentator,
mentator, commentator, telephoned Gruening at
Juneau the other day with an idea.
Cain had heard the moderator of
the TV show "The $64,000 Ques Question"
tion" Question" appeal for contestants with
a knowledge of Alaska. Knowing
that Gruening must be short- of
campaign funds, Cain suggested

an appearance W fh'e 'qu'z show
io win money-.or ba campaign.
' The Democraticr candidate re re-pliea
pliea re-pliea tha cam campaign speech
would i do mo.-e good .than $64.00 1
w ,n o li g s. Republican Ca n
promp. y recortievi a i ro-m nule
peecn and shipped it by air to
iieip. his Uemocrauc mend;m 'A.

rv am .... fni.u.Mj r i

rvvu iu BMicuuuu.ior AiasKa. la
ne, lace o my stuboomnesi.; ; it
was Ernest Gruening who prevail prevailed
ed prevailed on me .o v.s.t Auska, t spend
timf with Alaskans.
"I -.am not the only.; one ., who
changed his mind because" of Er.
pes Gwaning's tact. and patience
. '. .Had it not been for Ernest
Gruening and his experienced as as-soc
soc as-soc ate, Bob.BarUett, A aska would
oday, remain a territory, in which
every resident would continue o
be a Second-rate eifeenA 1 v
v.Cain- confessed j that he is still
Registered Repubi can in Flori Florida..;.;,
da..;.;, Florida..;.;, ..
"I -intend no disrespect for the
political party to which I have de de-voed
voed de-voed the best of my energy and
capacity for more than 20 years,"
he said. But despite political dif differences,
ferences, differences, Gruen ng is "one of tha
truy great public figures el the
20th century."
It remains to be seen whether
Caints 10-minute speech -v will ba
wor.h $64,000 in political value..

-WASHINGTON

PIPELINE

This may be denied, but Senator
Byrd of Virg:nia has made:! se secret
cret secret deal to support Vice President
Nixon for President in 1960,in re return,
turn, return, Nix an helped to make sure
no Republican candidate was put
up to oopase Byrd's re-election. .
Vice President .Nixon?.' kept this
staff busy seven days a week, in in-cludihg
cludihg in-cludihg Sundays, during the cam campaign
paign campaign to supplu him with political
ammunition. King Hussein isn't the
only one in danger from 'Syrian 'Syrian-Egyptian
Egyptian 'Syrian-Egyptian p'-otters. The American
Embassy in Tun's has warped Tu Tunisia's
nisia's Tunisia's strongly pru-westera Presi President
dent President Bourguiba to beware of assas assassins.
sins. assassins. Ame,riqan intelligence has
picked up report that fanatic tro tro-Nasser
Nasser tro-Nasser agenfs have1 been told- 'o
get Bourguiba at all costs for dar daring
ing daring defy-the Egyptian dictator.
As a sign of .American support,
Bourguiba may be Invited to vis
the White House "for conferencf
with Eisenhower.

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developments in the progress
and advancement of mankind.
It has provided a means by
which a large portion of the

Donulation earns its living. Fori

every worker directly em-;
ployed in making autos, Hi
others indirectly owe their!
livelihood to its existence, One!
out of every seven persons)
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ATHENS, Ga. (UPI) --:A

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stands o from its father, who
was deeded the property by a U-

niversity of Georgia -proiessor, is
now a sturdy white oak 30 feet
tall. '
Tfca orialnal "tree that owned

Itself" lived to the age of ISO.

During its lifetime, jt dropped an
acorn that grew up to become
the present occupant of the plot
on Finley St. in downtown Ath Athens.
ens. Athens. The property was signed over
tii tree bv Prof. William H.

Jackson in the 1820' s. me aeeq
conveyed "to said white oak tree
entire possession of itself and of

the land witnin eigni ieei oi a
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NfHBy& xllrection oif the or ganization's president, Capt. F. Kerley, and the- ataff ftht
CrisI oniimlssary used-in Panama during the last century, first coinage of Panama, French Canal Company
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. CERTAIN FOR DISTINGUISHED VISITORS
Aa outstanding social event of Friday was a lunchton
liven by U.S. Ambassador and Mrs. Julian Fiske Harrington
in honor of Congressman and Mrs. John M. Robjson Jr. of
Louisville, Ky.
The Ambassador and Mrs. Harrington also will entertain
Sunday at their residence with a dinner party. Guests will
'include Assistant Secretary of the Army George H. Roderick
and Mrs. Roderick, who are visiting on the Isthmus in con connection
nection connection with the Roosevelt Centennial observance.

"0ld Timers" Invited
To Meeting At St. Luke's
." All "old timers" of the Construe

-tion Days of all nationalities are
invited to a gathering this after-

,ooon at 5 in Bishop Morns ua.i
-Of the Cathedral of St. Luke's .-n
"JAncon.
x ornnn nt nfficial Centennial VI-

-iltoirs is expected to be present to
Jay tribute to the Canal veterans
and th President who is being

honored mis weeK.

"Balboa Women's Club
Has Official Visiters
t; Mrs. Richard Derby, daughter
of Theodore Roosevelt, and her
two daughters, Mrs. Robert Gan Gan-net
net Gan-net and Mrs. Adelbert Ames, were
honored guests at the Balboa Worn,
en's Club meeting at the USO-JWB
Center.
Also in the party were Mrs. W.
E- Potter, wile of the governor
of the Canal Zone; Mrs. John D.
McElheny, wife of the lieu'.enant
governor of the Zone; and Mrs.
Harvey C. Jones, wife of the mili military
tary military assistant to the governor.
All "old timers" in the Canal
Zone for the observance of the
Theodore Roosevelt Centennial
were special guests at the meet

ing, and each was p-esented s po polished
lished polished stone taken from the Can Canal
al Canal by Mrs. 0. K. Worley. a mem member
ber member of the Woman's Club and pres president
ident president of the Canal Zone Gem and
Mineral Society.
A bracelet of Canal stones was
to Mrs. Derby by the club. It was
designed by Mrs. F. M. Oren

burg, co-chairman of the arts and

crafts department of me ciud.
Mrs. Derby, Mrs. Ames and

Mrs. Gannet were introduced by

Mrs. Vava Pence, program chair chairman,
man, chairman, and each spoke briefly. Mrs.
Derby invited the club members

to visit Sagamore Hill if they
should be in the vicinity of Oystw

Bay, and expressed regret that

her visit to the Canal Zone is such
a short one.

The Center's auditorium was

decorated attractively for the oc

casion with portrait of President
Roosevelt, flags and flowers. A
collection of books on the life of

the President wee on d splay and

a long table he d an exhibit of ar

ticles made by the arts and crafti

group of the Woman s Club.

Guest speaker for the meeting
was Mrs. Ruth Townsend, a stall

member of the Canal Zone libra library,
ry, library, who (presented a resume on the
life of President Roosevelt. She
stressed his "firsts" regarding
civil service anti-trust laws, me mediation
diation mediation between management and
labor, pure food acts, power dev dev-e'opment,
e'opment, dev-e'opment, railroad rates, and anti anti-isolationism.
isolationism. anti-isolationism. She pointed out that
he was the firs' U.S. President to
leave the country during his ten

ure of office, anrf she referred
him as "the original dude ranch

er."

Among the visiting guests were
Miss Helen M. Burke and Mrs. Jo Jo-eoh
eoh Jo-eoh V. Doyle, twins. Mrs. Edith

Willson, Mrs. A. S. Walters, Mrs.
Carl Hoffman Mrs. Gladys Flem

ing, Mrs. Eisie Wichmaa

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MEETINGS

lack notice tor iMhwiea in tfcto
coIhmo should to tMtatlttte' w
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tk boa Number lirtea daily la "So "Social
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Isthmian Numismatics

The regular monthly meeting of
the Isthmian Numismatic Society,

Pacific side, will be held Tuesday
evening at 7:30 at the USO-JWB

in Balboa.

All persons interested in coins
or paper money is invited to at

tend.

AfJantic-Slda PTA
The Atlantic Side Ptrent-Tttch

er Association will meet Monday
evening at 7:30 in the gymnasium

of the North Margarita school.
After the business meeting, Mrs
Diana Chlwri Gruber, a local au authority
thority authority on Panamanian native art,

will present an address. Refresh Refreshments
ments Refreshments will be served at th,e close

of the meeting.
At Aku la ad Temple

A business meeting of officers

and nobility of Abou Saad Tern

pie, A.A.O., N.M.S.. will be held

at Ancon Mason Temple this eve evening
ning evening at 7:30. Matters of general
interest and voting on candidates
are on the program.
All resident or visiting Shriners
are invited to attend. Refresh Refreshments
ments Refreshments will follow the meeting.

and Frank Wage, who was the

first superintendent of schools
here.

During a coffee social, Mts. Peg Peggy
gy Peggy Parker and Mrs. Adrian M.

Bouche Sr., presided at the silver

service.

8) jW-.it

lowest prices ever!

ill lllii't r

Gov. and Mrs. Cottar
Entertain at Luncheon
One of the social functions dim
axine Theodore Roosevelt Centen

nial week was a luncheon given
today by Canal Zone Governor

and Mrs. W. E. Potter.

A number ot distinguished guests

attended the luncheon, given at

the Governors House.

Bazaar And Dinner
Tonight at Temple

The Harvest Festival Bazaar
and spaghetti dinner sponsored by
Orchid Chapter One, Order of the

Eastern Star, is being held this af

ternoon and evening On the main
floor of the ScottUh Rita Temple

in Balboa.

The bazaar, featuring a fish
pond for children, will continue un
til 0 p.m. The spaghetti dinner will

be served from 5 to 7:30 p.m.

Tickets for the dinner are avail

able at the door.

Rough-Rider" Dance
To Conclude Centennial
The final official social function

of the Roosevelt Centennial obser

vation will be a "Rough Rider"

dinner-dance this evening at the

Tivoli Guest House,

The party is scheduled for 6 p.m.

On the Atlanti cside, a Teddy
Roosevelt dance will be held for
military perionnel ind their
gueita at the Cristobal Y.M.C.A.
It. Mary's lottery
Sponsors Spaeker
Tht Altar Rotary Society of St.
Mary's Church will sponsor a lec lecture
ture lecture by Richard J. Dodd Sunday
afternoon at 4 in St. Mary's Parish
Hall.
Mr. Dodd will speak of hit ex experiences
periences experiences in Communist-controlled
China and tht efforts of the mem members
bers members of the Legion of Mairy to com
bst the spread of Communistic
teachings add theories.
After, spending many years In
China, he now resides in Panama
City and is a professor at tht Pa Panama
nama Panama Institute.
All interested persons art invit

ed to attend tnt meeting.

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authors AND librarians When Miiw Virginia rieaher recently aporuiortd Children'!
Reading Week at the Fort Amador library, where ihe la librarian, aeveral local authora show showed
ed showed up one night to have a look at the accumulated reading material for children, and to ex exchange
change exchange ideas on writing for children. In addition, eeveral Canal Zone librarians attended the
same gathering to get a flrt-hand look at the gaily decorated children's section of the Fort
Amador library. Some of those in attendance were, left to right, Mrs. Bvelyn Koperaki, Canal
Zone school nurse on the Pacific side, and Mrs. Henri Skele, who have Jointly authored sev
eral books for children; Mrs. Patricia Markun, wife .of a Pan-Canal lawyer and successful au author
thor author of several children's books, and Miss Flesher. Earlier, a panel composed of MaJ. Wil William
liam William Brockraeter, Comptroller's Office, USARCARD3, Mrs. Margun and Mri. Wolfe, 'recorded a
special discussion on children's literature with MSgt. Bob Groover at CFN, which was played
back for the group of authors and librarians during their visit to the Fort Amador library.
' (U.S. Army Photo)

THE VOICE OF
BROADWAY
by Dorothy Killgallen

BROADWAY BULL1TIN BOARD

a notinml macazint (is willing

to pay Sherman Adams a quarter

of a million aonars ne u wruo

the memoirs of his lite m wasn-

inonn Rlvis Preslev's favorte

girls on this side of the Atlantic

k-i a Jill ,u ii r -
nhnno calls from him

in whirh h iixnlained that his cute

blonde German rrauiein was jw

niihl tv Hunt, nothlnz more.

Oddity at the Martha Raye Bob
O'Shea nuptails: the matron of
honor, Joan Crawford, didn't hold
the bride's bouquet during the
ceremony, with the result that the
hride had terrible trouble iugffllng

hsr Anwar and nutting on 1MB

groom's wedding ring with only

two nervous nands.
n't unlikely that the name of

stan w nnnpn'K newest romantic

interest will hit the columns, al

though his Signing glances wnen
hv'r mil tnffelher leave little

rinuht in thP minds Of Uie HO11VW00Q

observers. .The incident in wnicn

a rat (four-legged type) hit Virgi Virginia
nia Virginia Dp T.UOP. in a Detroit hotel

inhhv unnnHpH funnv when she

first tod about it. out it turned

nut tn ho fridhtpninelv serious. Thf

bite nearly killed tne preuy ac actress,
tress, actress, and she's still suffering from
impaired nerves ad can't use cer certain
tain certain muscles. She'll sua. the hotel
for $1,000,000.
"Sv Darling's" Robert Mors.e

was the center of considerable at attention
tention attention the other night when he
staffed a velllns match with a

youne woman In front of the
ANTA Theatre. Observer! couldn't
quite catch the plot of the drama,
but young Morse kept screaming.
"Tt'a nn mv nrnhlam it' vnlirs!"

nA th lrl vii Ivlnff rnnd

M I k"ll I

as sne got. .uona vowung, wuq.

maat headlines a tew years ago
din aha HivnreM Artio ShiW. is

on a similar kick again. She has

left tier newest nusDano, mm mo mogul
gul mogul Bob Blumofe, and intends to

see her lawyer.

servicemen art demanding so
many pin-up pictures of Linda

Cristal (they were taken to pro

mote the movie "Perfect Fur Furlough")
lough") Furlough") that she may top Betty

uraoie s and Hits riaywortn s rec records.
ords. records. So far, the studio has mailed
out 300,000 snapshots. .A well well-known
known well-known milti-millionalre was "rol "rolled"
led" "rolled" for almost (10,000 by a Call
giirl who spumed the two C-notes
ht left on the dresser a few nights
ago. He vows he'll spend as muci)
of the family fortune as neces

sary to get even with her, but won't

go to the law for fear of embrsr
rating his family.

Otto- Preminger' went the Whole

way m oivorcing" mmseu irom
his greet protegee, Jean Seberg,
who recently married a French Frenchman.
man. Frenchman. Herr Preminger sold his
exclusive contract with her to Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia Pictures. .Interesting ru

mor in counter-spy circles: they

say tne untisn intelligence ser service
vice service was first to photostat "Dr,
Zhivago," the Nobel prize winning

novel. The American CIA got co

pies and (according to the reports)
had it printed in Russian and given

away in tront ot tne Russian pa
vilion at the Brussels Fair.

Jose Greco's reconciliation with

his wife appears to have been

short-lived, nil companion -at the

bpindietop the other evening was

a beautiful young brunet introduc
ed as "one of my new dancers".
"Sick" is admittedly a dreary, o
verworked adjective among co

medians these days, but it's the
only one Lenny Bruce coould think

of to desenbe a revue he s open open-ning
ning open-ning in Hollywood. So the title will

be "A Wonderfully sick Evening."
The case of Bernard Goldfine

will blow up bigger and hotter
than ever as soon as Congress re reconvenes.
convenes. reconvenes. The Democrats, with
plenty of new information, are lick

ing their chops. .City desks might

elicit quite a story from Mrs,
Vito Geneovese (now a hostess at
the 82 Club on 4th St.) Her lu lurid
rid lurid testimony in their separation
trial helped bring about his pre present
sent present indictment, but chumps be believe
lieve believe she's ready to admit she was

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The Jacoby transfer bid hst
not appeared in this column late lately,
ly, lately, but it continues te achieve
considerable success.
At' Wichita Palls last moth all

iNrwthti nnjsjnai Ansa Mi.ttiimM mmA

the final contracts wis Slways
four hearts. The transfer bid
players responded two dismonds
and North became dtcltrer. With
hand concealed they made either
four or five odd. At the other
tables South became declarer and
while no one made five odd, all
but one made the game.
Mrs. Jack Hammond succeeded
in beating four hearts by a cou courageous
rageous courageous plsy.

Martha opened the queen of
clubs. South won in dummy drew
trumnsand leri th nlnn nt tnt Aft

Martha played a low spade with without
out without batting an eyelash and South

lei me nine rme.
You can't blame South. He
could have failed to split her
honors and had to gamble tht
wsy he did. He was finessing
against one ten spot only and East
held it. Now South had to lost
four tricks and went down one.
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The bidding hat been:
North East Sooth West
1 Pass 10 Pass!
3 NT. P i A. t... 1

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You, South, hold:
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What do you do?
A Bid (our hearts. Hiero It 1
ao hurry and ou want to show
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TODAY'S QUESTION
Your partner continues With I
bid of four spades. What do you
do now?
Answer Tomorrow

behaving in tht traditional man-

ner of a woman scrorned.

Rosalind Russell may turn up
at a surprise added s'.arter int ht
so-called Academy Award sweep,
takes, for her performance aS
"Auntie Mame.", Already listed is
sure-fire contenders ate Jean Sim
mons, Audrey Hepburn, Millie Per
kiat. lit Taylor, Maris! Schell tad
Ihfrid Atrgman. .Show business
femllns spperi to be foUtwiat
the team of aBih and Dtweod;
Over a week sio. when OrltchtA
Wyier piyedT Pltuburih with
them, she broke her tee in I baok baok-stage
stage baok-stage accident ana did her numbers
In great ptin. This week tt the
Latin Casino, they were en .the
bill with Eydie Gorme, and she
tang her opening show with a tern
perature ot 103 and couldn't make
the second show at, all.
Stuart Barthelmetl end his Brit British
ish British model wife, Pamela Rank, havt
decided on Mexican divorce.
She'll get it. .Jack Dempsey has
backed out of the move to legalize
gambling in Dade County, although
he fronted it In the early stages.
The plan calls for four casinos,
with an annual fee of 7SO,000 etch;

BY MRI. MURIII. LAWMNC1
When John's father was t

small boy, his mother called his
hsnds his "bannies."

One day she was visitinf h t

wlft and ton whtn John got a

solinttr In hit oslm. She remov

ed it, put a medicated adhesive

Danoage over the wound laying,
"Now your banny will feel good
end comfy again."

Later after he'd retired to hi

nan. her dauthter-in-law said stiff

ly, "Mother Psyne, I wish you

couldn't talk baby talk mo John.

We don't believe in it. We are
teaching him to use the correct
words for all parts of his body,

not Daoy-tsiK ones."

Today many parents share this

scorn of baby talk to little chll

den. As soon as a small boy or
girl can speak, he li taught the

scientific-adult words for all por portions
tions portions of his Inatomy aa well 'as
for the functions.
To hear them mouthing these

clinical terms always reminds me
of Charles Klngiley'i Tom -Toddies

tnose poor lime children whose

oarents stuffed their heads with

so much grownup information that

tneir neaas turned .into turnips,
and comfy egi!n,"
Where did modern young par parents
ents parents get their scorn of baby
talk?
Well, many of the experts who
write their child training books
are passionate disciples of i
school of psychology which re regards
gards regards tenderness as "goal-inhibited
sexuality.''
As baby talk to a little child is
an expression of tenderness, I
expect It comes under the lime
suspicion these people feel toward

tenaerness.
It seems a pity to me. For when
we use Some easily pronounced,
baby word for some part of
John's body or its function, we
ire meeting him on his own level
of development. In warm and
spontaneous understanding, we, arc
accepting his -two-year-old 'experi 'experience
ence 'experience of his body and its uses' 'as
different from our adult experi experience
ence experience of ours.
If this is "inhibited sexuality"
in us, let's just put up with it.
Whatever tenderness iK little
children aorely need it In a world
that continually bsdgers them to
be old before their time, they

can use tenderness expressed byj

any Kind ot talk.

Heaven knowi where we'll all
end if nobody ever dares to speak
in the other fellow's terms.
tU Wl Sap..

The problem of stesdy dating
in most families puti the parents
on one side of the fence and the
teen-age member of the family on
the other.
Since modern parents can't bear
to be on tht opposite side of my
fence from their children, even
temporarily, the parents usually
make some such remark, as.
"All riffht. Vmi ran on atufcriu B.U

I still don't approve of it."

w newer tne fence is rsised by
the nutation nf tiH rfotlncr lata

hours, or tht teen-age demand to

po auowea 10 ao wnai. rail tne
Other kidi" Bt in-An.. nTnt -tn.

day ere making a big mistake in

rnu aliening 10 ineir tiat oc me
fence when they know it is the

right one.

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There- have alwayl been fenc fences
es fences betwten kids and their psr psr-ents,
ents, psr-ents, Thert were -when I was
frowini un. In fart. I ram am her

quite t few of them.

The difference it that parents
of a generation ago weren't so
quick to hop over the fence in or order
der order to make their children happy.
If they believed they were right
they Stood their ground on their
own side of the fehce and said.
"No, you can't, and there's no use
arguing" or "When you're older,
but not now."
Another attitude; "If you're go going
ing going to sulk because you can't
have your way, go to your room
and keep yourself company. When
you feel like being good-natured
come back and join the family."
In time the storm passed, and
the momentarily frustrated adoles adoles-nent
nent adoles-nent climbed over the fence to be
with his parents. He didn't say
"You're right." He probably didn't
even think it until years of living
taught him respect for the firm
convictions that gave substance to
his parents' love for him.
.But the imporatant point, is, ht
climbed the fence, ind adult
standards and ODinion ruled the

family. Now the parents climb
the fence and then ask each oth other,
er, other, "I don't sporove, either but

what can you do about it?"

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ritiM a pnnAuncad

Vi: few: .: s I ?...

silamiamaaaaamliaa

CharcbM tM awaylalthi hi Ht Cl ZM, tamlMrcitlM
aawt mb te wrttiaf by WtliUf at ti tbt nft
fr tk omIki ir4i' harcb Mti ? 'r--
MiaiHaftt IwnIi wwrttriw a4 ckipUim rt wk4 t inform lk
tl Fihm 4 Cokta, tiibli at Paaaai, axla4 a wilto t all
timai ia aif a aad warn a al taa araiaf Mrvict,, aa4 t9 chrilUa aifK-

art, friaaaa aa4 atraafafa.
Al a aablla tarvka. Taa nam

aiaair aatUai a kavri f wanhia aH atbat ruUr ctivrti.
.LMaai arf ratatai fram Ha to f 0aamraatlat haviaf aalj ;
ana a ta aaag raitttaai ara litH4 vaaat "Otfit Caurtaa aarvltaa
A ipaclal llatiat it iMMatf tar Hrviaai at Army pntf, Ait aa s
a4 Nival ttatiaai.

Cithslit
SuncUr Hawaii IM, !. Miaf K
11:00 a.m.
Hoipay Haawat IsM, I. Utt
tnd a.oo a.av .
nd 1K4 u l:M p. nuiaday, aafar
yinouiMM alaaal NaTanat 10 9-m
-CatacbUM alaair altat mm
an unaajr.
Htca acnoaj aiunj viva aiv wi
Waaaataay. ;
ACKED tABT-Aaaaa
m,inAmv Uuiaai It. tiia A l:M IJH.
Kaly Pay mmw $M a.av and 1:00
. . ....
11 t i:oo t a, Tburaaay atJara rint
raaJ HaarTbavaiiaMl 1 M a
Cataeklm CUbii l;U ta 4;tt yJa, aa
Thunaayi
OUt tAOf Of rATMAoCmao
Sunaay MaM ll 1:00 .av
Holy Dy Mtw l:W p.
CentfMionti ta,;U pm aa tat-
Qtari aaturAar tit la 10
it. jOtcy-ranUa
Sund7 Mm at f:00 and 1:11 a.ai.
Holy Day Ma at p.m.
WMkilav Mauaa: ..iflaa.BL.
CanfoMionii aaturda Id ta 4:M and
a in i.M
CatMhlna Claaai tumUiy 1:0 ta tX
''Mlraculoui Uaaal Kovanai fiW p.aa
M fVlilav.
i; silvan jjwuuruonai Trnwmay iw
ST. ViMCKNTtPaaom City
Sunday Uanca; f:00 and J? (
Bnlv Uiiiiii lili ana tiOA B.aa.
(It It fan on Saturday tht Utum ara
a :0Q ana iiw i.m.i
CoMpMlonal Bamrday 1:00 ta 1:00 and
7:00 to 1:00 p.m. Tauraaajn eafara rlrt
rrmay laa p.m
Uirieuipua Modal Novon and at
Mina n (hi Crnaai aVida 1:10 a.m.
Citochlam Clawi Aftat IM Man an
unay
Convart Claau I JO a.m. Tuaaday and
ST. THERKSA'S CoeoB
aiinrfay Uaaai aO a.m.
Holy Day M 1:00 am, (It It
on Saturday-:I0 a.m.)
Catoehlam CUwi 1:10 ta 1:00 p.m. an
Monday ... .
COruaanonai.aiuo to a:av p.m. aunoay.
ST. JOHN HAPTIST OS l,A SALLS
Paroao l.efavra
Sunday Mawws 1:30 and tM a.m.
Wuk Uava Mini: :0:BO -'Man.. Thura
rn .nil .t rtrat Prldav maaa: 1:00 a m.
How Day aiaanea' a:av .m. w iv
ConfoaaloMi IHOW 1:80 nd 1:00 to
00 p m, on aaturoay
Miraculous Modal Noyanoi Prldly ti
Catfcblim Claaat 1:30 p.m on Sunday
ST, lHKtt -M
Convert Claaai Mondty 140 p.nv
JTaTturaM f io to 1:80 b.m
Thursday nttor rip "m fj":-
(tiered Heart Koven! 1:00 pm, or
rrlday
Convart in"
1:30 p m oh Ihumday
ATtANTIC
ST JOSEPH'S laloa
iundly Man. iM, :00 ndo m
Holy Day Mwoop' nd :0 a m
COniawslonR: oaiuruv f.v v tv-
. ..AM 1.AO .nrt
;00 10 1.00 p m :
MlraculoU Ma novonai wwnw
1& and 7!(io a m
Sacred Heart Noveha. trldjy :! p.m
,.nri. Evenlna ftervlce 7:00 pm
Convert Clawi1 7:1 pm Monday
and Thursday
rattt-n xm c w. surniay iu:i a m w
11:46 a m. il00 p,m to 4.00 p.rn
!.. rrirf.u.rvnmltlnn nf Moat Blent-
ad 8crrnnt; pit day -Jtf nwlttoa It I JO
p.m. sa'uraay morning
Firsi saturaay w
of Fatlma Th Holy Roury-AjOO am
Flrit Communion tnnructiona ior cnr
drop Monday ad Tltwrdy l:M t
00 p.m.
MIBACULOUb MMAWCrlf!4bal
Sunday Manea: 1:00. t:00and 10:30 m
Holv Dav Maaaoat 4:00, :00 -a.m. nd
5 Confilon! Saturday 4:00 ta 1:00 and
1:00 to 1:00 pm. After Boapry each ava-
"Ing. .....
Mlrftulou Medal wovanal : ana
7:00 p m on Monday.
Catechism Clam: After g:00 Maaa n
Sunday .
rirst rrlday txponltlon 111 y during
th School Year,
Finn Saturday i Maaa at .w am.
HOLY PAMILT CHURCH In Margarita
sunnay Maa: t:w, i:j. am
rirai Salurdav Mas! 6:00 a.m
Waabday Maaaaa:" :00 a.m.
. Sa.utday ., J:00 p.m. to ;n pm
Mlraculoui Medal Novena 7 :0 p m
Holy Day Mmmiv''b m' m
CaifMion ., : nm. ta 4:41 p.
ovary Monday "'
Pnrlnh ITamllv Rnaarv and
Benediction 10 p.m
.v.rv WwlnMdlf.
Dliicuaslon Inquiry Group 1J0 p.m.
.v.rv ITrlriAV
1st Friday Devotions ... 7 :00 p.m
Ut. Saturday Daroilon .. 7:00 p m
r
T VIMreNTaV-ttalnhow Clt
Sundav Mn'r-: 130 am end x
am
Hql Day Msf : : .m and :oii
P ?nfasioni 4:00 t I too and UN c
Afl a m Saturdav.
catechism Class: io: am, on sunaty
rrivrt Cls-vay Monday at 7,-e
avA'. .. ..... ... .u.
Miraauiou asenai navpnei
am Tuasiiav.
. actad Moan t)ai lito pj. n
maaj.
IMMACULATE CONCmilSK-CafOn
Miinoav Mam- g:l
Holv Da MaM: 0 D.m
Confa-lonat 1:30 to 10 pm. aa Sal.
t'tsTachlst" f!ls. 40 m on Monday
OUB LADT OF CiOOD inilNPSX
L ; y-T "Oaipbes
Siinala Masaaai 70 and 1:30 a m.
Hol,b,MlKW4ai 4i00 .. and 1:00
p m
CuiilaatloM Saturday It 1:00 p a and
after all evening aevotiuna
Baalisms b aPDolnlmont.
Miraculous, Meual Novanai 1K p.aa
on Tirfsda ',:.. :. -S.icrd
Htart Novanai 4 :W pat a
Friday. -.?'. '!- 1 (
Sunday Schooll 1:30 am oo Sunday
Religious Instruction Clasa for Chil Children
dren Children i 4:00 p.aa. an Thursday.
Religious iMtruttlon for dult. (Cen (Cen-duetd
duetd (Cen-duetd In Spanish) l 10 p.m on Man
aCaayarl lritnictlon. by, ApppintwianL,

AaiarUaa IMt alaw, a rfaaaaiJ-,

Epistcpal
Taa t Bar. ft, Htbt Oaaaaa, i.f..
Ha Vary Sar. Maiaart J. fatataoa,
t.T Daaa
aNton, -4,j.
Till CATHEDSAL Ojr ST. MJKS.
. SUNDAYS
SUNDAYS
7JQ ajn. Holy Communion.
l;l .m Church Sehoal (Holy Cam
munloa Ird Sunday
: ajn. Santa Communion, Ira Sun
Vinuala Dominical : am
1140 ajn Mornini Prayer and Sar
mon. Holy Corhmunion lit Sunday,
1:00 pM. Kvanini Sanrlca.
WEDNESDAYS
I JO a. Holy Communioa-7,-00
pm Eyantni ray.
HOLY DAYS
a:00 aja Hoiy Communion.
f Mam rioiy communion.
PA1LX
a la a ib. UernUil Prayof,
i:00 piio-da) MMenary Pntyar.
COCOU
Church ol St. Andrew
Th Bcv William W Baldwin,
Prtost in Cbaiia
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion ,.,..... lit I
ramtly Prayor ana
Church School ISO
lAlui Miilv Communion tad.
Morcina Prayor Sarawa U4 a.m
Sunday aach month.
uvr.nNTJkriAVa
Holy communion o:v ajw
COftOZAL
Cpapel of Th Good Shapbord
Tho Claranca PV, Hayaa,
Prtaat la Chari
rmoAYs
tm ro. Morninf rrayer.
(H.C. lirat frldty aach Uenth).
AMHOA
Bl aiman'a ThlUh
Th Rr. John Spar Prlcot la Charf
Choral Euenarun ana aar.
fiiiMiiAva
mon i
f!hiih Srhnnl 1:00 Dm
Epicopl Young Churohmen 1:00 p.m.
ViMiAni mil ftarmon 1:00 D.m
MONDAYS, TUESDAYS.
and FRIDAYS
Morning Pryr ana noiy
Communion
Evenlna Prayer
Woman1! Auxiliary. nd and
1:00 a.m.
1:00 p.m
ur.iNrjinAYa a THURSDAYS
Hnlv Communion ......... i:wm
Morning Prayer 1:00 am
Ivaning Prayar ........... 7:00 p.m
SATURDAYS.
family cucnann .........
Official Complin ........
I:!0 a fa
1:00 p m
LA BOCA
i Paur'i Church
The R. John Spear, Priaat la Charg
Mnrnmi pravar ana unurvn
School !SJ
mon i ..i...... lo a.m
Conftmiltlon Clasa 1:30 m
Choral Eucharist and er-
Holy Bptm WjOO noon
Eveniona and Addrtal .... 7iopm
3rd MONDAYS ;
woman auxiliary vp
I'UtiaiatiAva 'nr rtiAST DAYS
Ho communion
PALO SECO
Chanel of th Holy Comforter
Van L. B Shirley. Priest ta Charge
THURBDAxS
1:30 am. Holy communion.
MARGARITA
Church of St. Margaret
Tjipive and Brarai Blvd.
The Bv. Edwin C. Webster
SUNDAYS
7:30 a.m. Holy Communn.
a.A . rKur.h Hf.KnAl. ftarvlca.
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayar. (Holy
Communion first Sunday
th motith)
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAY
1:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
PARAISO
Tb Rev. Allan R. Wantt.
Priest In Charge
The Rav. David A Osburna.
Vtear Easerltns
1 1 1M I P
a:0U i.ib, unorai suenenn m
1:30 m. lnlant Baptism.
.00 Church School
(he.a In Bulldlnh 1S1 1
A p.m Youth fallowihlp
i iai im. Evanaon and Addroaa.
tad nd 4th WIDNkSDAYS
1. 10 BIO vroman s nuxiliarj ana
tar (iulld Meeilhg.
PANAMA CITY
St Paul' Chartb
ro van. Lemuel B Shift, RartM
The Rev. Ctrllo O. Morales, Ast.
V,NtJ.-.
1:00 a m. Hoiy vommunieai
a -Aii Runa Eucharist A Sorman
10:45 m Morning, Prt nd Churer
School
13:00 nor Holy Baptism
7 08 t,.m Solemn Vesper
TUESDAYS
wTm a mi hmv cammuiunn
1 ;80 p m, Bverilng Praver nd Sermon
WCDNKSDAYB
?:ou r noiy communion
.00 p n Bvenlng Prayar
ntURhilAYS AND FRIDAYS
1:30 r n, Holv Communion
HOLY DAYS
a 00 am, Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY'THE-SEA
Episcopal
Colon, AP.
(Opposite Hol Washington)
Th Rev, Jamaa Peter f arwer, Recter
Th ,Bv. Henry A. Blab. Aaaiataat
BVNOAT
1:00 a.m. Holy Communion,
1:30 a.r. Marntn Prayar.
i:M a m Choral Eucharist ana) rmm
I0:3fl .fn. Church School.
rii .m. Saia-us tvanaani Mi 9r-
, f gR.v
:A g.M. Holy carnMUAIft.
7:04 .M, MOfrilnl Prayer.
1:00 p,m. Evetiiril Prtyaf. i
WEDNESDAY
4:0 m. Holy Communion.
1:00 a.m, MOrnlna Prayar.
1:30 a m. Evanlnl Priyer and Sermon
.t- Friday
1O0 a m. Morning Prayar
1:00 OJri, Children's Euchyl4,
,:Sp.m,l. Prjvtr,
?:00 a m. Holy Communloa.
:0 .m, Mornln Prayar, t ...
10 p m. Evening Prayor,
1-80 p m Complin and Meditation
MONDAY, TUESDAY 4 THURSDAY
' '.) BIO ABAJO
; St. Chrlslophei' Chart a
10th Street. Parqu Ufevra
. The Bev ( laranre W Hayaa.
. Priesl In Chargi
'cragwan.
Th Bav, Clarence ,,
- ?.) Aaaiataat
SUNDAYS ',:
g:O0 m HOiy communion.
7 30 m Sung Bwrharlat and BV rrtion.
II JO aan. Morning Pray 'an vnuicn

MONDAY! J '
d m in ana ara. ifoman i n-
TUESDAyi
pm. J uelar Pughtr at U
1 :W on. Vouta. riikrwiiua.
Wednesdays
- l.-oa im Heir conun union.
7 00 p jn. Iynln Pra ii4 llfloui
THURSDAYS ; ; '
t ot in. GiiW ftiandl todatr.
:w p.m. in na ir, iniiatpn.
SATURDAYS
sn ia. junior vannranuoa :iaas
Other Churches
CHURCH OP TUB DAXABBNB
4U PrapgipanJ St, Ancon. C.S.
Bav, tlian O Ntlaaa, Pastor
Box 27 Balboa, CZ. Tl a-afOt
Sunday School ...l. 0:4 a J
Worship Sarviea .......... 10:41 am
Youth Sarviea :4 am
Evangelistic Sarviea ?? m
Prayar Sarvita, Wad. .... 10
METHODIST
Sunday: t e.ra. Panama Wesley.
.inao a.m. ninfln scnooi.
1:U a m. Evanalleal Sarvla
and sermon.
Sunday 7 a.m. Pjiraiao
ip i,m. rarauo waaj itifw
1:1 pM. Faraua xvanganeai
Service.
UVTUOnlRT NOTICES
Sunday. Oct. lth I a.m. Rev. Victor
John Wtaon B.D. I pm- Mr. A.
T ....It
Monday, Oct. 10th :30 pm. Prepa Preparation
ration Preparation Clasa. Mr. Geo. Mitchell, 1:J0
p.m. Prayer meeting Mr. Pearl Ford.
I llMaBV. WCl. 61M, JV W-iHs
League. Mr;. K.Ktnj.
f rioay i :iirwp.m.--nwit f
CHURCH OrTtUt KAZABENB
Margarita School Gymnasium
Pastor Ralph U Hyaeng
Writ: Box 019 Margarita, CZ.
DhMia; a.iua
Bimda School :4I
Momtng Worahlp :
Evanlna Servle 1) p.m
RATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama B P.. Ird Btroat tpat
I.-, i "la Mlfdata
Divine Worahip ;
a I... G.hkAl 3 00 P.m
Sunday Msaa 1. 1:41 Ui4
Rio Abaja, RT.
Sunday School
1:00 p m
JKHQVAH'B WnKESSES
tlrtg. Thuraday. at IM p ant)
v at 4:00 pm. Win Mtpriw
Maetlngs
und
0S B i
I VI all
alboa Boad, Balboa,
I
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mermen)
in Ralhna Boad
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 0:80 a m
Sunday School; ftunaay w
S.crament Meeting: Sundjj '4:00 PJ
Relief Society! Tuesday I 00 a.
MIA; Wdnwdy TlfVf TlfVf-Primary;
Primary; TlfVf-Primary; Thursday 4:00 p.r.
Telephone Balhft 4JI7-
A la.adla BmP
Building 200. Scboolhmjep Road, Oattm
Sunday Sehooli 8undy a m.
Sacrament Meotlngi undy U:
CURUNDD PROTESTANT CHURCH
hi warm rtenrcoo vwv
" .V,,T u i .11. Minlater
Pho Re S3-7114 Ot. M-BIOB
Sunday School
a
(A class for every age
Morning Worship
. 1 1. v.llMM.hln .........
11:00 a.m
4:00 p m,
OLD CATHOLIC CMllRCII
t Baahaal Tw a renaa g
na
aoharlst! Bui
6-J0 a.m.
Baeramarr
vice) Pirat
Sunday as aach month at
110 1MB. .
Mon-t fsWai. J CbHHlaS Cbaraa)
at:.fB
L.4--"::::::;ffi!S
'.riz'1 i.v
l;00 p.m.
ounaaj w"
THE CHRIST ADELPHIAXB
ranama District ..
Scout Hall. Rainbow city
Sunday School
Morning Service
Adult Bible Classes aach
Monday at
Dlvln Service
Visitors r wiaoma t
and clasa.
I am
. 10 a m.
1:80 pro.
T.3U o m
f
services
BAHAI'S CtNTES
Of rr1 mtMWw'
UrbanlMcion Carman, tag City
incormai aiw ITi,
ThUradaya. .... ... ujvj u"" BJ-
Coloa, lib Prant atreew
(.patalr Ap.avJ.an jta-afl
Study Clasaa nur..T. i
BETHEL HIBBIOH
'""it: r ... Paitat
aa-. BUa.la1mSaai mm BBIPJ
Sunday i 11:00 ",p
8:00 p.m. Sunday School.
I ll p.m. Gopi Borvic
Monday: 1:30 Yming Popl' Soclry
Bfi V alld-wSal. Chrirtfan
BB.SBV WW vm wm, "T J- mx
WmlHairtal n. sei
Fellowship. .
Thursday: a:w wo m.
Friday i J JO Woman's Mlaaiongry So
ciety.
THK CHURCH OF GOD
18 St. Parque Lefevre, Rio AbaJ
A. J. Anvlch Overseer
Sis. C. Weeks, Pator
Sunday Morning Worahip 11:10
Sundav School 3:00 P-nj.
Sunday Night 8rvlce 1
Wui.lv Service, NighU: Monday
Wednesday and Friday.
THE CHUBCH OF GOD
llth St. (Monte Oacuro Rd.)
Rio Abajo
Rev. William J. Johnson Ft
Sunday School 0 a tn
Morning Worship W;JJ
Sunday Night Service .... 7 JO p.m
THE CHURCH OP GOD
7038 Eighth St.. Colon
i r naaaiaau. Paster
Sunday' School :
unrnin WorahlD 1:. -m
Sunday Night Sprvle
7:80 p.m
THE CHURCH Or GOO
Ncv providence
u as lllnaa Pillar
Sundsy School 1J
w..Mn It oo a.m.
Sundav" Night sSrvlf ....
riRT church or ood
Cor. Jamaica A Trinidad Sta.
Rainbow, Cit
a wiiii... I.lvlnnton. Pastor
enM.'v Srheol :?0 a.m
i.lii. vr.mhlit 10:30 a m
Sunday Night BarvU .,- e p.i
COMMUNITY CHAPE.
Dlbl Height. C.ZT
(aear Pus" hn
Rev. Cl V. Thampson. MiaUrtat.
B" t. blaMe JWfiti C.
Phni Horn. GamSo U1
rk.,..k fealhaa Mil
r.e!:2L''':.:.,: !:
Vmiik RtBrvtfi .Li. 7 1 9.m-
and Ptya Barvtea. ...... 7 Pat-
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
SCIENTIST, CrlslAbal
All church rvlca wll be held in
th Ground Floor Room of th Masonic
Tempi In Cristobal (next door to th
Margarita Florist). Entrauc la on Bl
poa Avenue tnrougn ine ai.
.Sunday Servle ,11:00 a.m.
Wednesday vning Tfatlmonlal Meat'
In S.00 o'clock, T ',
' Sunday, School Is Ml ft am.
' Readihg Room Hour Monday 1:00
to 4:00 p.m. Wdhdy 4:00 to 1:11
f You ara : cordially i lnvltod to attend
th aervicM na to us me neeoing
Room,.

Lutheran ;-;

REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHUttCH
Balboa Boad at Wight Street
Bev. Robert P. Guulck, Paatot
P.O. Box7 664. Balboa.
Sunday School. Bible Clew f a.m.
Divine Service 11:11 a.m.
Holy Communion, first Sunday ol th
month.
, Atlantia Side
Coco Solo Chapel
Mr. Frederick S. Illltk, Vlcr
Divine Sarviea 11 a.m.
Holy Communion, last Sunday at th
month.
Jewish
twnum TTBfitpsv wbtm bpb.. ira4a. m
Bum ftoatj iflbMa CX. JUbM Natluui
a laa. aaUlaa... u SklA araadi Jf
bWvIbim afridav. ffM m A. lihatiAf
jiTa'at T
IS Ustlnp at jawiak tarvlaot
UBdar Paata. Aaaa and SWtiona),
Caniraaaiiaa Kol Bhaarlth Israel. Ave
aid Cub and Jth Street. Bella Vlata
Pangml City Serylrae : p.m.
Christian Scientist
ClUlSl'LeJl atlANCA tUUHaJIUai
rkrat Cburcb ad Cbrtav Bttantiat, Aaaar
aaw aaawam Bouirrarau
Bianaay 1101 ftodnpsoay g 94.
Sunday Sehaol SdO aja.
firm Cburcp ml Cava, aKMataR, Crtoapaaj
IPW awper m Bouvpr Rignway
annaay CTinat p pjgr i
taaday 11:00 aaa. Wadoaaaay I rat p.aa.
Posts and Bases
' PAciKIC S1DB
Protaataat
TORT AMADOR
Sunday School 1:00
Morning Worahip 10 uu
Church-tuna Nursery School... 10:01
FORI CLAYTON
Sunday School (Building Ha.
1M)
Morning Worahip
Thursday Evening Mid-Week
Sarviea
Youth Fellowahi--Sunday ....
10:10
140
1:00
FORT KOBBB
Sunday School '.
Morning Worship
1:00
10:3
Evening worarup .,
Worahip Service. Madden Wye
Worship Service, Bio Hat ....
Christian Youth Fellowship ....
Soldier'a Fellowship Thura, ..
Officer' Christian Gnlon-Thiire.
ALBROOK AIR I ORCfc BASS
Sunday School
Adult Biol Clave (NCO Club).,
7:0
1:00
3:1 J
4:00
7
1:01
l:li
1:30
Morning Worahip :30 aj 10:4
Youth Fellowship tM
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Bodman
Sunday School t:30
Mornini Worship 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship ,., 1:00
(Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)..
Naval Radio Station. Summit...
Catholic
FORT AMADOR
Daily Mas ,,
Sunday Maaaaa 1:00 a
Confaaaiona, Saturday ..1:30 A
Sunday 1:00 m
fOK'i CLAYTON
Daily Mas ,.
4:0
1:30
1:31
7:30
1:21
1:41
Sunday Maaaea 1:41 at
Confessions Saturday .. I:0 A
1:00
l:0
1:11
:M
FORT BOBBI
Daily Maaa
Saturday Maasaa
undav Maaaea I
1:00 A 11:41
Mondav Novena Devotions
7:30
7:30
Confusions Saturday.. :00
COROZAL
Sunday
' 10:31
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BAS1
Dauv anasa
1.00
10
Saturday Mai
Sunday
IM m 13:01
Saaniah 7:tl
Novena Sarvlcaa-Tuasday
Confoaeiona.Saturday
0.8. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Sunday Ma
Jewish
rORT KOBBB
.1:01
. 1:IM
Saturday
UHO-JWB, Balboa
rrlday
ALBROOH A1B f ORCI BARB
8tUrday
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Saturday
ATLANTIC SIDE
Prataalaai
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School Bldg. 133 ....
Morning Worahip .... . .
Prayer Fellowship-Bids. JM-
Tuesday i
KYBB Wednesday Post ?hpel
Choir PracUca Wednesday
post Chapel
FORT GULICK
Sunday cnooi
Morning Worahip
Youth Fellowship, Sunday ....
Bible Btudy. Wednesday ......
Ladles Chapel Guild. 1st Thura.
l:3t
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P The traditional "Tin Proceg Proceg-glon"
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Rev Clarence W. Hayes oiiicinu.
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Ycaza was returning to action
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lthe end of a 20-day suspension
which he had received last
month t Belmont Park. The
21-year-old Panamanian was a-
board Al's O War, nis ursi muum
since the suspension enaea.
Pnwpll was riding Calllght and
Green was aboard Senor Bey
when the accident occurred near
the quarter mile in the six fur furlong
long furlong race.
Motion pictures or tne race
showed that Al's O War tripped
over the heels of Jimmy James
midway down the backstretch.
Senor Rey and Calllght fell over
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Mel Ott, Wife
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GULFPORT, Miss., Nov. 15
(UPI) Mel Ott, one of base baseball's
ball's baseball's all-time greats and a
star for the New York Giants
for 20 years, fought today to
recover from critical injuries
received in an auto accident.
Ott and his wife, Mildred,
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Bennie Onrbaan
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ANN ARBOR, Mich., Nov. 14
(UPI) Bennie Oostorhaan to today
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season.
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the appointment of former Wol Wolverine
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By FRED DOWN
SNEW YORK, Nov. 15 (UPI)
Kep. Emanuel Celler (D.N.Y)
warned organized baseball today
to accept a proposed third major
league, as "free and equal" but
baseball men stressed "orderly ex
pansioa" s opposed to the forma
tion of an outlaw circuit.
"Organized baseball must accept
any new- league or be branded a
monopoly under federal anti-trust
laws," said Celler after a New
York City baseball committee an announced
nounced announced plans to form a third
major league 'inside or outside'
the current structure of organiz organized
ed organized baseball. "I applaud any such
action although I expect teams
like the "New York Yankees will
attempt to veto the plan."
Louisiana
Iowa
Ohio State Ran
Notre Dame In
By HARRY GRAYSON
CHICAGO (NBA) Indiana
made it three in a row by deal
ing Michigan State Its fourth
straight defeat. Ohio State fail
ed to win for the third consecu consecutive
tive consecutive week-end.
With this knowledge In hand,
the football handicapper re requires
quires requires tons of fortitude. His sug suggestion
gestion suggestion to bettors is to take the
three per cent you get In savings
banks.
The big game on this Satur
day's card sends Ohio state, so
highly rated at the outset, to
Iowa, with the Rose Bowi-Dound
Hawkeyes in their own ;corral
and off the records, you must go
to Forest. Evashevskl's winged-T
attack' engineered by resourceful
Randy Duncan.
Selecting the Hawks means
you feel that Ohio State, with a
line big enough to put on a live
stock show, will fail to win for
the fourth successive time. It
takes a man with tremendous
powers of imagination to predict
that Bob White, Don Clark at all
are to be contained again.
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ticates is saying because Ohio
State simply ran out of an of
fense, and with Frank Kremoias
sidelined by pulled muscles in
his chest and ribs, the attack
doesn't figure to be any livelier
Iri Iowa City: The root of Ohio
State's trouble is that the
euards. Bill Jobko and Aurelius
Thomas, were not satisfactorily
replaced in the line. This sty
mied even Woody Hayes iavorlte
three yards in a cloud of dust
type of attack.
IDENTICAL. PROBLEMS AP
PLY to North Carolina's visit to
Notre Dame. The Irish belatedly
discovered George Izo, ,whlch in
the minds of many should be
enough, although it wasn't in
Pittsburgh. To figure the Celts
to drop two in a row with Izc
seems implausible to those : who
believe that passing long and
short is all there is to the
game, but the Tar Heels have
vton six In a row.
Big Jim Tatum's outfit is com coming
ing coming off what practically amount amounted
ed amounted to a workout against Virgi-
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Warned To Accept

Baseball officials, from Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner FordJ Frick to .. executives
of teams mentioned in the- possi possible
ble possible new league, however, ; sought
to head off a "war"' such as rock rocked
ed rocked baseball whea 'the Federal
League was formed in 1914 and
plagued pro' football when the All
America Conference was created
in opposition to the National Foot-:
ball League in' 1946: i.i
"I have long" been in favor of
New York City- obtaining another
major league franchise but am
not prepared to comment, on the
possible raiding of existing teams'
players," said Frick. "I can't con conceive
ceive conceive of players joining a third
league considering : their' current
rnsion and other advantages. And
can assure 'you baseball is not
going to be sledge-hammered into

Staf$ Tops Nation

Coach

Out Of Offense;
For More Trouble
nia, while Terry Urenpan's lads
dropped a thrilling bruiser at
Pitt Stadium.' The idea here is
that Chapel HiU will beat ND in
another cliff hanger with Jack
Cummmgs engineering a match
ing wide-open offense behind a
huge and mobile line.
The Bis Ten is as rough on
forecasters as it is on coaches
and players, but the choices here
are Wisconsin's balance over
Illinois, Purdue over' surprising
Northwestern, Michigan to snap
out of it ana stop inaiana, ana
for a inner shot. Minnesota, which
isn't half as bad as Its all-losing
mark, to lurther humiliate Mien
igan State.
vniTNr. dan HtviNE'S mul
tlple defense hasTsuhfc.to' so Well
that Missouri scored five touch
downs in 11 minutes and 20 sec
onds to swamp favored Colora Colorado,
do, Colorado, but I'm tired o being a long,
shot stabber against Oklahoma,
so it's the Sooners at Norman.
in the Southwest, it's Texas
Christian over Texas, Southern
Methodist at Arkansas and Rice
over Texas A. and M. In the
Rockies, the Air Force will add
t.n ita unbeaten strine at the ex
nenP nf Wvnmlnor although the
Falcons will know that they've
been to the wars i'"- theair
and on the ground.
In the South, Louisiana State
should remain the ton kick, al
though disappointing Mississippi
State could make it close. Au Au-hnrn
hnrn Au-hnrn lengthens its unbeaten
skein against Georgia: Wake
forest Dumps ww more nam
lurlc t Duke too Well eaulpned
not to bounce: back. Vanderbilt
figures to outmaneuvet Tulane
and Georgia Tech handles Geor Georgia
gia Georgia in the same lashion. Clem Clem-son
son Clem-son has too many guns for North
Carolina State.
In the East, Holy Cross should
keep rolling at Penrf State, Dart,
mouth is picked -at Cornell,
Brown over Harvard andTPrince andTPrince-ton
ton andTPrince-ton at Yale.
On the Pacific coast, where
there is no club that stands outi
I like California at Washington,
Oregon State at Stanford and
Washington State at College of
Pacific.
. But remember that the ball is
bouncing even funnier in an in
creasingly crazy college game.
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National League. .President War Warren'
ren' Warren' Giles said 'he hoped New
York would obtain a new fran franchise
chise franchise but "it will not be accom accomplished
plished accomplished by threats"' and Branch
Rickey, reporfed in some quarter
to be behind the new league,
stressed that expansion "should be
accomplished with the help and
supervision of the National and
American Leagues."
Other sentiment, Including opi opinions
nions opinions expressed by executives in
Dallas, Houston. Fort Wor.h, Seat Seattle,
tle, Seattle, Portland, Miami, San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, Los Angeles, Detroit and
Milwaukee; was also cautious.
Most agreed that any "war"
would prove detrimental to all
organized baseball and should be
avoided at all costs.',
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By HARRY GRAYSON
PITTSBURGH (NEA) One
of the more unusual twists of the
football season is that Forest
Evashevski helped no end to in
stall Iowa's winged-T offense at
Louisiana State, currently locked
in the lead with the Hawkeyes in
ine u.5.
Evashevski doesn't wish to be
quoted, far it would make him
sdund as if he were saying, "Look
what did for LSU. They wouldn't
be anything if I hadn't helped
them."
Evashevski was the guest speak speaker
er speaker at a coaches' clinic in Baton
Rouge last spring. Paul Dietzel of
had switched from his vari variable
able variable split-T to a double wineed-T.
Evashevski loaned Dietzel' movies
of Iowa games 'to study.
Evashevski was" very helpful,'
says Dietzel. the delightful 34
year-old Tiger drill-mastei, "but
we had been working with the
new stuff far a month when he
visited Baton Rouge after spring
practice. Mississippi employed the
winged-1 last season,; and it was
Ole Miss' success'- with it that
made up my mind."
Dave Nelson
Iowa' winged-T, co-authored by
JLvasnevsiu and Dave Nelson of
Delaware, who was his backfield
teammate under Fritz Crisler at
Michigan, is different than some
winged-T offenses hich are mere merely
ly merely a T-formation with a wingback
instead of three deep backs behind
the quarterback.
THE IOWA .WINGED-T, Is an
adoption of the best principles of
the single wing and T-formations.
It has two-on-one blocking like
the single wing with pulling
guards and trap plays. It has half halfback
back halfback reverses, counter plays and
bootleg option rollouts far the
quarterback. What it really
amounts, to is single wing football
with the quarterback under the
center.
This provides the old rock 'em,
style of Dr. Jock Sutherland at
Pittsburgh whie still taking the
advantage of a slick ball-handler
and passer. The man taking the
ball as the ball planted in his
arms or takes a lateral while in
full stride. Unlike the carrier In
the single wing he does not have
to check himself for afi instant
while taking a direct pass from
center.
Knute Rockne once told he sot
his football from Jesse Harper
and Harper got his from Amos
Alonzo Stags at Chicago. "All foot
ball comes from Stagg. stressed
Rock.
THE EVER CHANGING and
vastly more complex football of
today comes from many sources,
however, and the Iowa winged-T
is getting around.' It has to when
a coach puts together 21 victories
while losing only two and tying
two in more, than two and. a half
years with no soft spots in the
fastest kind of college company.
This was supposed to be a down
year at Iowa City after losing a
flock of fine athletes headed by
the All-Amerlcans, end Jim Gib Gibbons
bons Gibbons and tackle Alex Karras.
A close observer hears- more
and more of Dave Nelson, ihe
rather .obscure Delaware1 coach as
one of the newer gentase&.
"We got Incalculable guidance
from. Nelson, and his. line coach,
Mike Lude," says Paul Dietzel.
"I talk to Foreft Evashevski on
the" telephone every1 Monday morn
ing," says- Ne'son. -"The winner
calls, to Evy has paid the bill all
this season." ',;,'. t V
Dave Nelson obviously hasn't
the horses this trip, '-but xny foot footfall
fall footfall man will tell you that a lot
of sound football is still, coming
out of Newark, Del.

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SEVENTH MARLIN
TOURNA-,
MENT FRIDAY
warrant Officer-R. Sullivan
boated a 431 lb. blue marlln onl
the 7th day-of the tourney off
tne Nautuus. Sullivan was sec-
ond place winner in last year's
tournament.
Bobby-King, aboard the Who
Cares, boated a black marHn
weighing 180 lbs.1 ; j
The Seri and Viking raised two
marlln each but did not hook.
The Flying Scott one sail
was boated by Bob Douglas- est.
weight 125 lbs. ,
The Nola Russ Meissner
one released sail. ,
Tinkler's 618 lb. blue marlln is:
still in top tunning for first prize
and the Governor 'a Trophy also
first place for the merchandise
(FRIDAY)
Maryland 26 Miami (Fla.y 14
New Mexico Highland 20 Colora
do College 14
South Carolina St. 27 Morris
Brown 6
Nebraska Wesleyah 21 DoaneT
Arkansas Tchrs. 33 Millsaps 7
Delta St 13 Hendersor. Tchrs. 6
Letournea Tech 52 Jacksonville
(Tex.) Baptist 37
Modesto JC 7 San Francisco City
College 6
Hutchinson JC 19 Arkansas City
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Lei Donil; (Eolts Arid Browns Ready To Strike? Back
6. brants Are uue

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1951

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PABST BLUE MUBKON BEER bowlers of the Balboa Mixed'
League .Pabst won tije league championship in the 4857-58,
season and turrently are jeadlng the league, (Ladles) Mlmt
Carter and Xna Burchett, captain ol the team and vlcepresi-,
dent of the loop.'' (Men) Dee Carter, Harry Rouse and Luther
- ' r 'BWckle" MUler.

; MARGARITA LIAOUlr
lilhth Vtjnk
Thk week it. teems the league
leading Voice of Music Boys need
a new needle.1 The dollar" dwelling-
ShrioejX .to&j three Jrom tbe
V-M and moveq ur to, sixth place
the -only tm to hange -i the
tandingSA Graham was unusually
hot and led. the V-M with t Sift
series, followed by St. John with
a 505. Carpeiwer and Specht led
the Fez men with 809 and a 502
respeetuvely j "IViv.
- Powells; still pushing ta gain
the lead gained ground by taking
three from Wright Bros. Hogan
as usual led the Plymouth with
$70 followed by Brown with .a
131. The Plumbers handicapped by
"V blind couldn't seem to get itart itart-lbed
lbed itart-lbed until the last gamfc They were
led by CapUin Butz with a 498.
Gillette still held onto second
ffece even though they dropped
Hhre. points to the Naval Station
who by the way are still tied for
third place, Stient was higlrjor
the. Navsta with X Sit while Chul
jakv led Gillette with a 530.
After making a good bid for the
first division the Aces slacked off
and dropped three points to the
Police Assn. Tbe Cops powerhouse
Stewairt ted them with a 571 with
Partner a close second with a
548. Gorski led the Aces 1 w th a
351 followed by Capt. Stilson with
a 509.

ttandlnfs
Teams
Voice tl Music
Gillette
Powell-":-.'
Police Atth. v
Shrineri
Aces
Wright Iroa,
Hih for Ute Week
Class A Stewart
Class B Chuljak
Class C Bidden
. Voice, ef Mnstc
DeVoir 128 1S4
Brooks 1 179 .12J
Graham- W 7.01
JohBsoa v n 129
Jt John 163 185
W L
20 12
19 as
17-15
15 17
14 18
1J 19
13 19
571
530
,463
178 "470
13S 437
148 518
150 457
177 505
. Totals-
Specht -Blakely
-(Kind)
Bidders'
Carpenter
jrotaiii
" 813 781 789 2385
Shrliwre
- 187 192 143 502
112 189 408
! 1 151.15 5 453
85 138 160 463
145, 153 -211 .509
,785 746 824 2335
" 38 3fr 38 114
: 8,03 784 8622449
Neva! Stetlen-'
170 182 166 518
175 135 152 ,462
182 174 133 489
152 135 145 432
145158 137 440
fitiens
Stinson
' Thomas
O'Neal
Copper
1. -.;
Totals
824 784 733 2341
1 1 2
,'..,--. 825 .785 734 2344
Glllene
H.Tom 192. 163 ,161 516
Coiro t'-o.l 26 :169 138 43t
Taaropolui 169 110 103 377
JVTom 125 '141. 133. 407
Chuljak v 148" 230 132' 530
Totals ;.
, r 755 821 685 2261
Pbwelfs
Robibson
Gibson
Stepp.
Brown 1
Hogan
' ToUls
177 167 192 536
. 145 178 148
- 133 141 144 418
r 210 166 162 538
' 201 203 166 570
-.. ) .- AM au am wai
Wright Bretl
, 140 139 198 477
.143 158, 152 453
168 173 153- 496
; 143 143 143 429
139 120, 164 421
Shebe (W
Jansie
Buti
(Bliddr
Bertram
-S '.?),''"'
Totalf
731 73 810 2276
23 23 .23 69

I -754" 758 4833 2345
Ae. I
147 118 146 411
202 125 164 491
; 187 -166 J56 609

Moorman -,

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Gorski
Spinney
179 187 185 551
172 153 147 472
Totals
887 749 798 2434
10 10 10 30
, 897 759. 8082464
rouee sn. ,. -,
;206, 167. 175 .548
, 160 157 180 :. 497
Portner
iTully
- 160 169' 139
157 142 168
171 185 215
468
J65
Martin
Stewart
571
V Totals V- c v 854 820 875 2549
'PACIFIC COSMOPOLITAN
MIXID LIAGUI
Tasco Battery 18-12
Colpan Motors '18-12'
Teanv No, 1 17-13
t APA; lfl-15
-TahiU Jewelry ( 15-15
Spalding Dot 13-17
Team No. 2 12-18
Colonial Insurance 12-18
Team High Game (with handi
cap) 1064 Team no. 2
, Team High Series (with handi
cap 3163i-Team No. 1
individual High Game Men
245 -Coffey and Lane. Women
202 Roberts and Albritton
Individual High Series -: Men
-57 Balcer. Women 517 mu-
chussson
High Averages ; -Damian
, ,194
Baker : l?2r
Mitcbusson 149
..Schmidt-Csmby 146 ;
Ape 2, Team No. 1
- APA continued to be David a-
fainst Goliath and for the second
bveek knocked the league leaders.
out of first place, witn me nsmng
tournament on, Team No. 1 was
without the services of l ea
Schmidt and Billy,1 Coffey. For
APA, moving from fifth to fourth
place, 'JCarie Best ana vkk oy oyster
ster oyster scored the most. r
APA: Soyster, 530; P. B e s t
402: Mitchusson. 446: Prusinowskl,
473; E. Best, 537.
: Team wo. : R. scnmidt, 39a;
Gunn, 427; Rogers, 484; Burgoon,
482) Blind, 313. -;Celpen
Meters 3 Team No. I
With George Folger "driving"
his new ball to the tune of a, 558
series and with better team-work,
Colpan Motors ran away and
Team No. 2 with all three points.
Ted Albritton was the "man" for
Team No. 3 with a- tremendous
647 series, but it went down tbe
drain so fat as winning points waa
concerned.
Colpan Motors: K. Roberts, 464;
B. Roberts, 459; M. LaBeau, 402;
R. LaBeaur 506: -Folger, 558.
Team No. 2: T. Albritton, 47;
P.. Lane, 309; M. Albritton, 387;
Dube, 483; M. Lane, 465.
Tosco Battery 3 Spalding Dot 8
Spalding Dot- Could only mastif
three players and this coupled
with Bud flaicer rolling games
of 203, 230, and 224 for a new
league high individual series score
of 657, enabled Tasco Battery .to
tie Colpan Motors for first place
in the league standings.
Tasco Battery: Balcer, 857;
Land, 342; Blind, 348; Lowanrie,
540; Damian, 528. (
Spalding Dot: Blind,- 833 J Riley t
380; Nelsen, 407; Thomas, 442,
Blind, 495.
Colonial Iniuronco 2
' Tohltl Jowolry 1
The nirls of Colonial Insurance
took v It upon themselves to get
Colonial Insurance out of the cell cellar
ar cellar and they almost made it, but
Tahiti Jewelry won the ; second
game by 17 pins.
Colonial Insurance; Klumpp, 462;
Coleman, 445; Voss,. 543; Brown,
453r Toland, 448..-'
Tahiti Jewelry.-1 Minor, 530;
Borgis, .432; Blind, 393; Camby,
473Nunes, 514.
- ,' Honor Roll
"' (Mon)
Balcer .x
Alhriftnn m V j
657
647
'558',
'Fdlger;
tWomon)
Camby -Roberta
Brown
475
! 459
453

I By MURRAY OLDERMAN -T
NEW .YORK -r.. (NBA) With
II t.h slotji flalr 7,-out ; nat-

tjm v.tn rint.hr irohhlsrivpooic
football affects, the old pro ex-J
piamea it oest, -JNOining replac replaces
es replaces a good solid bl-Kk, a driving
tackle and just plain desire on
the part of the ball-carrier.
"That.' hnw tho Kw York Qi
ants beat the two hottest teams
in football b- Cleveland and Bal Baltimore.
timore. Baltimore. They wanted It a little
more."""" N"
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nharlftv ftonerJv, 37-vear-i
oKL gets up a little slower every
m h'a hit. hut. when it's third
and 13 and you have to hit a
pass w keep tne emve going, ne
finds the receiver,- :
Alex Webster ran agalnsti the
Colts on an ankle thatf pained
Vilm .iblt.Vi pverr ntfm but battled
tor the yards that nave the Ol-
antt ball control. rranit omoro
favored,'' a torn knee, except
when ho had to V turn ? on the
juice, and fonwd the Colt sec
ondary to lav oaca ana rwycvv
the long threat. .,!'
ntKnHvMiTi finite flenre out
how' they did It. Conerly U fax
rom the oest quarterns: i
league.. "The Olants have no
speed on the flanks. The offens-
Hn. im rlntted With TecrultS.
The defensive- secondary can be
had. The offensive olay patterns
are nothing they haven't run
before.
The Giants' trick is that they
are always within reach of pull pull-M,
M, pull-M, mm All von have to
do Is make one mistake and they
kill you. The Colts ua it wnen
they were moving for the clinch clincher,
er, clincher, within field goal yange, hnd
George Shaw tteew a pass inter interception
ception interception that was turned Into the
winning drive.
' The Pittsburgh Steelers did it
a few weeks ago, wnen iom nw nw-cv
cv nw-cv hobbled the ball three times
Buddy Parker, the 8teelers
coach, said then, "This isn't the
same Giant team we saw last
. He gets a chance to prove it
this Sunday, m biwb"
r-... ,hvi fmir ios.sf.L the Steel-
JBIVCAI '
Ann't Ynn.lHr themselves out
CIO v v.
f th tit,i Tannine since the
rivetand Browns have been
proved mortal The Bobby
t .nn-lnn1raH atttVClC ;ll lnte-
grated now. The Giant" havp
had to come tip high for two
4..i nmt tvmt. milled them
into a tie for the. Eastern lead. A
let down is predictawe. so igr
tbe. third, wees: in row ve f
solng to nick against New York.
Make It Steelers 24, Giants 14.
' rt.. nc.cf ha m. more Crucial
Contest wlth the colts making a
ierond in Ettttmst W Wice-
beaten chKiago Bears at'Wrigiey
Field, The Bears need this one
iV -..11 ai fnr ihn lead.
The Colts missed Johnny Unitas,
tviii Vow inartprhftck last week.
but expect to "nave him around
for .clutch duty. Because oi mcr
reat balance, mat s aa we neeo
4.. .t4oir-wHh th lenders "The
rntt xhnnld aaueese .by the
Bears 23:2 k
Olnolarirl irf reVback On
the stick against 'a Washington
club that suddenly iouna us oi oi-fenslve
fenslve oi-fenslve punch against the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Cardinals. Two straight re reverses
verses reverses have the Browns hopped
up. The Skiris. won't play dead
v.afnri th ivtidmi reoutation
of Jim Brown. But we lean to the
Browns ever the Redskins, 3-zi,
In a wild one.
' The Chicago. Cards and the
Philadelphia Eastles battle to
fov out. nf th .Eastern cellar,
both of them teams that can
rack up lot Of 1 points.- It says
here the Cards will rnek up more
than the Eaglet, 35-27.
There are clear-cut choices In
tvi. wast The Los Aneeles Rams
climbed above .500 touting San
Francisco and are manna; meir
move. On paper. Green Bay Is
easy pickings with a. stuttering
offense, while LA has multiple
running and passing weapons.
The Rams will roO It Up ever the
Packers, 41-21. ;
The Detroit Lions are getting
the sort of pitching now they
expected from Tobin Rpte, while
the San. Francisco Forty Nlners
Inexplicably can't seem to score.
The Lions, at home, figure te
whip; the Forty Niners, 81-10.
. It wasn't a ejood week for our
tote- board,, two won, Jour lost.
tJUlUne; the Season average down
to '.650, with 28 right, 14 wrong,
two iHe;fa.Jvv4
Texas Pick-Up
, AUSTIN, Tex.;; (NEA) Texas
cot, Bob Bryant Quite acclden-
Lonehorn scouts went to
vtainview to watch one of his
more celebrated ,teammates-a
nasslns; star named Lonnie Hoi Hoi-land,
land, Hoi-land, now oulto familiar to Uni University
versity University of Houston supporters.
Holland signed with Oklahoma
and flnallv vflund tin ot HOUfl-
ton. but Texas 4.iked the young
ena wno was caicning most, ui
his passes! So Holland wound up
ileaertlnir th Hnnnerl and Brv-
ant wound up beating them,
both developments gladdening

many .Texas Mua.i1;

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ries, series, written for NEA Sorveo
and The Panama American
champions.
By JACK AYDELOTTI
216 Mastors Play Avsrago
WHEN vour scores start to

limn off first rhpfk or have-
someone else check, your timing.
- . t i
- li l ao noi qo uus, i nun ; my myself
self myself making changes in my nat natural
ural natural delivery in an effort to get
back on the beam. When this
fails, 1 1 tense up and perhaps a
relatively minor fault will be
come a major aeieci.
I've learned in times of a slump
In nrartirp anH rnncpn tra t R -iin
the proper rhythm of the arm,
swing and footworn so mat i m
Ki-inoino (ha loft Innt anil richl
arm to the foul line at the same
time and in the same place lor
eaca ueuvery.
i. j i :
If vou've been off your usual
fame' check the nnints that af
fect your timing.
Are you starting the ball in mo motion
tion motion on the pushaway at the same
time mat you lane me ursi step;
Are the arms and feet coordi coordinating
nating coordinating in a smooth and graceful
delivery all the way through to
the toul une? Are you guaraing
against throwing too fast a ball
or exaggerating the backswing?
Practice these aspects of the ap approach
proach approach and your timing is bo fid
to improve.'
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guaranteed for life
work on flashlight batteries
angle of 7o
only $27.50
International Jewelry
l&S Central: Ave.
The New
NIKON
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Viewfinder System
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HUMBER and ROBIN HOOD BICYCLES
If you are looking for a good lightweight English
bicycle we carry a complete stock of Humber and Rbiti
Hood cycles. made by Raleigh Industries of England. Gents
ladles' and boys' and girls' models with special acr
eesorles such as built-in dynamos; safety lock; beautiful
colors.
Special Canal Zone Prices!
Mucblcria CASA SPARTOtl
Central 28-109 Calldonla.

Apartments

FOR RINT. Just the nicest
mall furnished apartment fer a
couple, Via Porrai, San Francisco.
Phone 3-5024.
FOR RENT: 'Three room apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Apply 1080 Lai Doi Pal Pal-merai
merai Pal-merai street, Let Sabanaa.
FOR RENT: Apartment one
bedroom, living-diningroom,. kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, bath, garage. $60.00. Via
Porrat No. 60. Phone 3-1798.
FOR RENT: In new. building
located in 39th Street, Bella
Vista, apartments of twe bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms with air conditioning
units living-dining room, study
room, kitchen, laundry, maid'a
room, and hot water fecilities.
For further information please
call Panama 3-1292.
$50.00 furnished apartment.
North American neighbors, good
transportation, parking space.
Phone 2-3343.
FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. Telephone
1386. New Alhambra Apart Apartments.
ments. Apartments. 10th Street, Colon.
FOR RENT: Luxuriously fur furnished
nished furnished apartments, decorated by
well known interior decorator.
Rental includes all utilities, maid
service, telephone and 24 hour
" watchman. Ask at Arte y Deco Deco-racion
racion Deco-racion Store in Edificio "Campa
Alegre" en Via Eipafia across
from hotel "El Panama Hilton".
Telephone 3-7425 and 3-6699.
FOR RENT: Furnished 1 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, Automobile
iow, $70.00. Another little 1
edroom apartment wfth gas,
San Francisco. Tel. 3-930.
FOR RENT: Riviera Apt. House,
Beautiful two-bedroom apart apart-'
' apart-' ment dining, living, kitchen,
. porch, two baths, maid'a room
and garage.
Tornadoes Ravage
Louisiana; Damage
Not Yet Eslimaled
COTTON VALLEY, La., Nov
15 (UPI) Tornadoes struck twice
in Louisiana yesterday but no in
juries 'were reported.
One twister raked the tops from
several homes and barns outside
the village of Cotton Valley. The
second funnel hit a Baton Rouge
suburb, toppling a carport.
Civil defense authorities at
Shreveport, near Cotton Valley,
said several houses and barns
were unroofed and a number of
trees uprooted when the tornado
plowed through a strip of farm
land about five miles outside Cot
ton Valley.
Heavy rains and darkness prev
ented an early estimate of dam
ages.
Residents of the area had been
warned by weather bureau bul'e bul'e-tins
tins bul'e-tins issued from Shreveport radio
and television stations and had
taken cover" before the twister
struck.
A severe weather warning for
northern Louisiana and Mississip Mississippi
pi Mississippi and southern Arkansas expir expired
ed expired at midnight.
Adm. Soulherland
Dies In Helicopter
Crash At Formosa
WASHINGTON, Nov. 15 (UPI) (UPI)-Rear
Rear (UPI)-Rear Adm. Leonard B. Souther
land commander of a navy air
craft earner force ooerat-ng in the
Formosa area, was killed early to today
day today .in a helicopter crash on Oki Okinawa.
nawa. Okinawa. The navy announced here that
the 53-year old admiral died with
two other officers when his heli helicopter
copter helicopter went out of control crashed
and burned on a beach on the is island.
land. island. One of the dther officers who
died in the crash was Comdr.
John Cooper Coulthard.
The name of the helicopter pilot
was beins withheld pending noti
fication of the next of kin.
Southerland had been command
er ot wavy carrier division (
operating in the Formosa straits
area since last Jan. 11. His flag
ship, was the aircraft carrier Lex Lexington.
ington. Lexington. The navy said the three of
ficers were killed when their
Hup-2 Piasecki helicopter went out
of control and plunged to t.n
eround. the craft was demolished
There was no immediate expla
nation for cause of the crash.

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FAKMACIA VAN DER-JIS 0 Stteet No.
ATHIS Beside the Bella VtoU Theatre
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1 955 Mercury
Montclair, 2 door, hardtop,
Mercomatic, radio, rear speaker,
excellent tires, white ever green;
Call Curundu 3289.
FOR SALS: 1958 Chevrolet 4.
door sedan deluxe, six cylinder,
standard transmission, very low
mileage, like new $1950, final
house, 867 Balboa, Tel. 2-2789.
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth twe
door, with radio, turn signals,
and undercoating. This is a clean,
one-owner car in excellent me mechanical
chanical mechanical condition. Must ha seen
and driven to bo appreciated.
Phone 6-108.
FOR SALE: Plymouth 4-door
sedan 1955. Two rone hlue.
Low mileage. Nev condition.
New tires. Call Gatun 5-398.
FOR SALE: 57 Ford Custom,
like new, low mileage, SI, 700.
Balboa 1629.
FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury 4,
door sedan, excellent condition,
also 1 1 cu. ft. refrigerator,
0273-D, Gamboa.
FOR SALE: Fordf Victoria V-8,
Fordomatic, radio, excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Cristobal 1416.
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford V-8,
$200.00, house 905-A Rous Rous-sean,
sean, Rous-sean, C.Z. (West Bank).
FOR SALE: 1958 Austin sta station
tion station wagon, 5 months old 3,000
miles, must sell by Monday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, $1050. Phone 83-4126,
Apt. 5 1 1 -D, Curundu Heights.
Alabama Will
On TV's 'Home
Dothan, the county ;seat of Coun County,
ty, County, and the entire state Jf Alaba Alabama
ma Alabama will be spotlighted btvCM Ra Radio
dio Radio and TV'S "Horn f PWU&i
A." at 4:30 p.m. :Nov 19, in tte
third of a series &ytHm te'
.ionan tn ut the rpKidents of the
various states now in the Canal
Zone get to know one anotherj ?
Located in southeastern Alaba Alabama
ma Alabama i than 20 miles from
both the Florida and Georgia lin lines.
es. lines. Dothan is 213 miles southeast
of Birmingham, 219 triiles south
west of Atlanta. Ill miles south
east of Montgomery and 206 miles
east of Mobile It is Known as tne
"Peanut Capital of the World,"
and is about 30 miles from the Ar Army
my Army Aviation Center at Fort Ruck Ruck-er.
er. Ruck-er. All residents of Alabama, and
especially Dothan, are cordially
invited to appear on this program.
will be ililmed and flown back to
Dothan for showing on wrvx ana
for Dossibie exhibition on other
TV outlets in the state. Alabama.
ians now in the Canal Zone.. who
would like to appear on the pro
gram can call 82-5232 for further!
information. All former residents
ar.e welcome to appear, regard regardless
less regardless of their status.
Immediately following the pro program,,
gram,, program,, a gala Alabama party will
get underway at the Fort Kobbe
Service Club, hosted by the club
director, Mrs. Dorris Caldwell.
There will be dancing, refresh refreshments
ments refreshments and all sorts of entertain entertainment
ment entertainment aimed at making the Alab Alab-amaian
amaian Alab-amaian feel "at home."
Appearance on the "Home
Town, U.S.A." program is a sim simple
ple simple matter. The participant is gen
erally interviewed for about two
minutes, with a view toward let
tine the folks back' home know
what he is doing here in the Can
al Zbne, something about his work
and what his average day con
sists of. The participant usually is
asked to be at the CFN' 'studios at
Fort Clayton no latter than? p.m.
on broadcast day. to allow the
show's oroducers a chance to at
auaint him with the station and
where he'll be seated while in
front of the camera.
Jim Pattison, radio television
moducer with CFN, is "the. old
hometowner, himself on the show
and interviews all participants.
He will also introduce special pic pictorial
torial pictorial material furnished CFN by
the Dothan Chamber of Commerce
on the city and the state at large.
The "Home Town, U.S.A." orcnes orcnes-tra,
tra, orcnes-tra, conducted by CWO Herman
Englert from aimook Air
Force

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

WANTED
Panamanian not older than SO years. Mast b bttinoial with
experience in correspondence and knowledge of Account Accounting.
ing. Accounting. Good future In well established eompany. Please write
re age, experience, personal references and picture to
P.O. Box 1130.

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Home Articles
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, 60
cycle, 9 cubic ..feet, Westing Westing-house
house Westing-house with meet keeper and
'storage bin. Runs, quietly. Oil
6-108. v
FOR SALE: New Sears stove
still in shipping crate. Large
oven. Reasonable, call. 3-0099.
FOR SALE: Bargain, leaving
country, living and dining room
set. double bed Call 1859. Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Five Venezuelan,
Uruguayan Officers
To Take Courses
Five Venezuelan and two Uru Uruguayan
guayan Uruguayan Army i officers will arrive
in the Canal Zone this month to
undergo with the Ordnance and
Signal Sections, Headquarters, U.
S. Army Caribbean announced
this week.
The five Venezuelans, all war warrant
rant warrant officers, are scheduled to ar
rive in the command ibis week
end and will begin their classes
Monday. They are: Juan Aray,
Manuel Barranco, Jose Bnto, Jo
se Mejias and Jose Carrizales.
The Uruguayan officers, due
later this month, will undergo two
weeks of training with Ordnance
and one week with the USARCAR-
IB Signal Section. They are to
establish a heavy maintenance
company in Uruguay upon their
return home.
Be Honored
Town, USA
Base, provides' music for the pro
gram. .
Other cities slated -M be heard
from during, the "Home Town U. U.S.A."
S.A." U.S.A." series of the programs in include:,
clude:, include:,
Elmira : N.Y.,'Nov: 26, Charlotte,
m.w. wee ; vmana, nto., imc.
10; Little Rock. Ark.. Dec. 17;
Bethlehem, P$C24; Yakima,
Wash.: Dec. 31! 'Svansville. Ind.,
Jan.. 7; Tulsa, Okla.j Jan 14: Twin
raus losno, Jam -zcj rresno,
Calu., Jan. 28; Alexandria, La
Feb. 4.
Tour, Typical RP
Meal Scheduled
By Clayton Club
A tour to noints ot interest In
Panama City and the serving of
a typical Panamanian meal are
among events of interest planned
for the coming week by the Fort
Clayton Service Club.
The tour to Panama City will
leave the clubhouse at 10 a.m. to
morrow. Visits to the market
place and lottery plaza to see the
weekly drawing are included on
the agenda. I
That evening, servicemen and
their dependents are invited to in initiate
itiate initiate the club's new stove as
chefs night is held at 8:30 o'clock.
On Wednesday a "comida tipi tipi-ca"
ca" tipi-ca" will be featured. This Pana Pana-manian
manian Pana-manian style dinner is to offer
such dishes as seviche, arroi con
polio, puerco frito, patacones, yuc yucca,
ca, yucca, baked plantain and micha.
Dinner will be served at T p.m.
A. trip to Santa Clara has been
arranged for Saturday. Enlisted
personnel from Fort Clayton, Fort
Amador ana yuarry neignw, s
well as their dependents and
guests, are invited to participate.
Reservations should be made by
calling tha club at Fort Clayton
4126.
Col. Osborne Back
From Inspections
Col. Hugh Osbrone, U.S. Army
Caribbean inspector general has
returned from conducting inspec
tions in Paraguay, Uruguay and
Chile.
He inspected the Army missions
and tne inter American ueoaeuc
Survey project in Chile. 1

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Lefevre I Bsreet FAXMAU.
Miscellaneous
"lust arrived big shipment e
perforated hardboard or peck peck-board.
board. peck-board. Thousands ef uses in
home, shop or office. ALMACE ALMACE-NES
NES ALMACE-NES MARTINZ, Avenida Eley
Alfare No. 11-159".
FOR "SALE Now heaters fer
Ford Teunus 15M at cost, prices
t Agencies Cosmos. Frangipani
Street, opposite National Sta Stadium
dium Stadium V Phone 2-4680.
HEAR YI HEAR Yl
Make someone happy this X'mae
with a hearing aid. to hear the
joyous sounds of Youletide. All
types, sixes shapes at Crawford
Agencies.
FOR SALE: Weaver Spinet
piane. Call Curundu 5122 er see
at house 2233-B, North "A" St.
Curundu. ::.;.' -gf.
FOR SALE: Ironer, deluxe
model, like stew," bargain, for
quick sale. Also furniture, mo modern,
dern, modern, phone: Panama 3-6,775.
FOR SALE: 4 ten air condi condi-'
' condi-' tioned, 30 gallon gas hot water
heater, new end unmarked. Ave.
1 la. final, La Sreeta. el. 3-6695.
Save Money by buying' your
X'mas presents now. Fuller bushes
make excellent well appreciated
gifts, for the balance ef Novem November
ber November Wo offer a mans hairbrush fer
half price when a ladies brush is
.purchased vice versa er even twe
similar brusher are bought at the
same time. There fs nothing mare
appreciated that will last as many
yeara as the guaranteed. FULLER
BRUSH PRODUCT: See else the
toys and Decorations and ether
Quality Items at Crawford, Agen Agencies
cies Agencies on J St.
FOR SALE: 12 cu. ft. West West-ingheuse
ingheuse West-ingheuse refrigerator all por porcelain,
celain, porcelain, 60 cycle meter. $0. Call
Balboa 3462.
IOR lALEt Zentth 14 Inch
portable television set with auxi auxiliary
liary auxiliary loudspeaker, in perfect eon
dition, ed ( months. Original
eeet $284. price new $150. Can,
be scan Saturday night and Sun-,
alay all day. Tel. 3-7336. 45th
Street and Coiembia, appart appart-ment
ment appart-ment Q. upstairs.
Make yeur loved ene happy this
X maa., Yen still have Mm te
rder her an Electrelux Vacuum
Cleaner direct. Yeu save en direct
order prices. While they last we
have a selection which, we will sell
. at only a few dollars above the
direct order prices for we have
. the. .duty cost Invested, therein'
. .and part of which we will lose'
, while thay last. Make us a deposit
and ve. will lay one away for
X'mas.
See also the Floor Polishers,
Kitchen Machines, Fuller Brushes
Decorations Toys, etc. at Craw-
tord Agencies en
Demolished Plane
Found By Farmer
Identified By AF
HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah,
Nov. 15 (UPI) The wreckage of
an Air Force C-119 which cairried
five missing crewmen and three
passengers was found last night
at Swan Valley, Idaho,, where it
had crashed. No one was in the
plane.
HiU AFB officials said the air
craft was found by an unidenti
fied farmer. They said the plane
crashed on top of Pine Creak
Bench, eight miles northeast of
Swan Valley. It did not burn.
Swan "Valley is 45 miles east of
Idaho .Falls, Idaho. Frederick
Betz information Services Officer
here, said the plane has positively
been identified as the one missing
on a nignt to wu irom tne east.
He said the plane aipnarentlv
landed on its belly and rolled ov
er. It was demolished.
Admitted Slayer
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Of Labor Organizer
To Plead Innocent
GOSHEN, N.Y., Nov: 15 (UPI)
Malcolm White, who admittedly
shot and killed aa ex-convict lab
or organizer who was leading
strike against his factory will
plead innocent to murder charges,
his attorney said last night.
Orange County District Attorney
Abraham Isseks said meanwhile
he would oppose an application for
bail for White,, now held in the
County Jail on charges of slsying
Alfred Ducsn. 52. of Mountainside
N.J. The application is scheduled
to be heard here Monday.
White, 41, president of the Ches Chester
ter Chester Cable Corp., of Chester,' N.
Y., turned himself In to police
Wednesday after he shot Dugan,
on deserted road tome distance
from the strike-hsrsssed plant.
COOPRRATIVI BASS
BATON ROUGE, U. (UPI) (UPI)-Flsherman
Flsherman (UPI)-Flsherman Louis Johnson isid he
hsd no trouble catching a two two-pound
pound two-pound bass. The bass jumped into
his boat on a bayou near nere,
ha said. 1 ,;,

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EST ADOS UMDOS ltt Central Ave.
Justo Areeemema Ave. an
Via PO&EAf Ul i
Real Estate
FOR SALE-Lets 500 and 1.000
meters, in the Nueve Hipodreme
Urbanization, scrota the Remea
Racetrack. All lots with street
fronts, sewage, -water main and
electricity. Call W McBarnert.
Tel. 3-2567.
FOR SALE:- Leaving Isthmus, 27
bedroom residence living din- -ing
room, 600 se. meters, con-
crete fenced. No. 74 end Ith. St.'
Farque Lefevre.
FOR SALE: Due te urgent trip,
part er the entire New York. Bar Bar-refieshment
refieshment Bar-refieshment shop. Situated on
Central Avenue, opposite "Plau
Cin- da Mays". Fer informa information
tion information phone 2-1342, Jasilisa vda.
da Catalan.
FOR SALE: House in Tabega.
Inquire, at Tabega Pest Office
for Mrs. Zoila Corr.
FOR SALE New residential cha chalet
let chalet on a hill with excellent view,
very comfortable and cool. Three
bedrooms, two baths, large living-diningroom,
office, perch,
laundry, large kitchen, maid'a
room, with bath, gardener's room.
4000 meters .fenced, exclusive
location, no neighbors whatsoev whatsoever,
er, whatsoever, private read way three minutes
from Sears. Call 3-7493 er 3 3-3153
3153 3-3153 for personal interview. Ne
information by phone. Ideal for
secluded living with all modern
conveniences, city lights and'
water, telephone, ready fer im immediate
mediate immediate occupancy. If this Is net
what you are looking fer, please
do not call,
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 26' Cabin Cruder.
Excellent fishing beat. Call i
3151 after 4 p.m,
FOR SALE: 35 h.p. wtbeard,
14 months eld, excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, phone Balboa 3325, call
after 4 p.m.
Lessons
Dancing and guitar lessens exar
cises fe ladies,, Atlantic teenag
era Club Cece Sole registration
November Friday and Saturdays
from 2 to p.m. Mrs. Donald Donald-sen.
sen. Donald-sen. Tel. Coco Sole 75 J.
Masquerade Ends
tor Skirled Pole
Vho Evaded Army x
VIENNA. (UPI) Luck finaU
ly ran out on a man who naas naas-queraded
queraded naas-queraded as a woman tot 'JO
years, ,,;.
Police in Astetten in. Lower
Austria .arrested Jtanci s u s
Boeclc and neld him lot pos possible
sible possible -deportation. Boeclc, who
called himself "Marianne,' told
police- he adopted .the pose in
1925 to escape semes) in. the
Polish armed forces.
Asked why he continued the
pose, police quoted Botes: as
saying: "I thougnt I would have
more luck as a woman than a
man."
According to reports, Boeck
aroused the suspicion of monks
bv-asking for presents. A police
report said Boeck did not have
a residence permit ana naa been
ordered to leave Austria more
than a year ago.

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With a view toward improving "terviee xn& coirccting
irregularitieB that occur, invoiuntarily f torn time to- time, N
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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS ;
' DRAWER "A". DIABLO
IOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
. PHQNB BALBOA 4709 -i
Private j Nursory ; School Hause-J
875 Balboa. $11.00 par month
including transportation. Call
talboa 1214, ft.
CAMERA, REPAIRS. All makes, 4
all work auaranfaeal. : Catt N AT-
" ERS 103 Colon, 805T.7th Sweet.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUYtMiniatww
dachsund. Panama 1-1252.
LOST: U.S. passport No77f
205. Finder wilt receive reward,
E. F. Carey, Hotel El Panama.
LOST v MacGregor lacket ee
special train to Gamboa Wednes
day. Ownet. needs 'eyeglasses in
St. Petersburg Optical case. Ap
preciate return te Captain A, -Luther,
Tivoli.
tudgie test In -the? vicinity' or
Balboa Heights. Penny la blue
block and white. Family Is
heartbroken. Call 2-1887 en
quarter 632-Bv Balboa Heights.
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and Spaniskv dietatlaji. Apply e
Peikard, Zona Libre,' Celen.
Domestic Eraployr.cnt
WANTED: i EXPERIENCES)
COOK AND HOUSEKEEPER.
CALL PANAMA J-0177.
'. Housewives! Da- you e ed'a
. soed, honest, responsible maid,
. with references. Call' "Asea
cias do Comisiones 'tr Colocacie
. ties So'nches Br Mollick" 7th.
Central Ave Ht 3SA26, phone
S-2219. ;
Family of .five desire ten oral
maid (no Ironing), Must bf -aej
xeellent seek, speak English,
have recent recommendation and
health record, and must live la.
Telephone 4.103d.
SERVICES
TELEVISION SERVICE ;
We repair in your home r
we don't; pretend to guarantee
ewr work. We guarantee ft
PHONE THE EXPERTS
. CRAWFORD AGENCIES
- Tel. 2-1905
Tivoli Avenue No. 18-20
Repair, and refinish Rattanv-furv.
' tare.., Complete; new wrapping
guaranteed workmanship heme)
delivery and i heme repairs, .ahe
, repair all kinds ef basket chairs.
Taller "Jimmy'' opposite Hotel
Roosevelt.', i
merce ended on an off -key-note
The. 25 participants were-acel
dentally locked in the city audi
torium and had to wit 20-inin
utes for a -caretaker to arrtva anc
let them out.
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by Balboa's Pete Corrigan (69) while BHis end Dave Adams

(74) to offer Boseman more trouble,

Ife V Story by TREVGR SIMONS
A Photos by VERN RICHEY
Cristobal High School, rated as outsiders forth 1958s
Interscholastic grid championship, held the favored da-,
fending champs, Balboa High to a 6-6 tie 'at Balboa last ;

t night and became the new Interschool champions of toot-
ball.
It was the first time since the introduction of tackle
football to the Canal Zone that the Tiger have held the
titl.alone. They shared the honor of School champions in
t 1951 when the league ended in a deadlock with the Bull-
dogs.
The Bulldoes salvaged something from their defeat

As the grid season rang to a thrilling close, Balboa and
the Athletic Club showed an aqual number of wins and
losses, both winding up with a 3 and 2 record in all-.
Isthmian competition. Balboa had one tie thrown in and
the AC had one game against JC cancelled.
On the strength of that record, the Athletic Club will

be ranked as top griaaers on xne uwiai .un iwi i-w.

miwtinff nut of hig hand like a bul

let into the waiting arms of Keith

tIm Tifler jkatfbaek, starting
from hit 3S n4 piekinfl v torn
good blocking, brake loos tr
the pack and went all the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa end tone te knot tho coont coont-Kulig
Kulig coont-Kulig triodgttting over the mid mid-dlo
dlo mid-dlo of tho Balboa lino for the
one pointer, but was mot by a
stiff wall, of Bulldog defenders.
Repeatedly the Bulldogs tried
to break the tie, but each time
that rnncerted drive seemed

hiHt fnr scorinc territory the

Tiger defense stiffened and hit
just a little harder, causing Bal Balboa
boa Balboa to fumble. The Bulldogs were
made to fumble six times, and the
Tigers from Cristobal recovered
five of those six fumbles.
Cristobal, on the other hand,
fumbled only once, on the first
play of the game, and that miscue
nearly cost them the Interscholas

tic championship.

Dave Ingram, in nis nrst year
as head football coach of the Ti Tigers,
gers, Tigers, has a championship under
his belt.

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BALBOA CAPTAIN Charlie French (45) finds that even Olym Olym-gjc
gjc Olym-gjc hurdling technique is not enough to get him past John
Baseman (I) after taking a handoty from quarterback,. Joe
Reynolds fief t).

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TO SEE CALLAS

SCHEVENINGEN, Holla d
(UPD Holland will get its first
look at fiery opera singer Macia
Callas during the Holland Festi Festival
val Festival here next summer, festival of officials
ficials officials announced yesterday.

Balboa's six-pointer early in the
first quarter last night was the
first score made against Cristobal
in interschool competition this year
and erased their unscored-upon
status. .... a.
But the Tigers, in taking the
championship with tie, their
second of the 'season, remained
undefeated in the school loop.
Balboa Stadium's gndirion was
muddy and both teams capitaliz capitalized
ed capitalized on that fact, each scoring a
single touchdown on breaks, but
neither being able. to" go over for
the extra point that would have
earned a victory.
Cristobal High had 7 t win
vor Balboa earlioV In theoa theoa-on
on theoa-on on a touchdown scored on
tho tint play of the. game. On
the first play of last night's game
the Tiger, almost reversedtho
process end handed the Bull Bulldogs
dogs Bulldogs the first score of tho game.
On the first play from scrim scrimmage
mage scrimmage Donald Humphrey, the he hero
ro hero of the first BHS-CHS gam for
scoring the winning touchdown,
fumblld. The wet bill hobbled all
over the field and finally was re recovered
covered recovered by Balboa's Tony Wom-
WIt was Cristobal's onlyl fumble
is the game, but it nearly o"
them the title.
Ba'boa landed in possesron on
the Tiger 14-yard bne., Charlie
irranrh advanced the baU to tne

10 and Cage; the top yard gainer

on the Canal zone, shook mmu
loo? and was not halted until It
had reached the one-yard bne.
Charlie French went ever from
the one for the score, but Phil
Cage was halted by a eteel Wal
when he tried for the extra
point. 'J-
The Bulldogs, with 11 first downs
to Cristobal's six, kept the game
in Tiger territory most of the
night. Only good kicking by Tiger
Dewey Whitaker and the hard-hitting
Cristobal defense that caus caused
ed caused Balboa to fumble six times,
kept Cristobal out of danger.
The Tiger's big break that neu neutralized
tralized neutralized Balboa's first quarter ad-
rfti n ne tttrl ttavA thtt Tiff AT1 ft thft

Interscholastic champ I o n s h i p,

came in the second quarter.
The Bulldogs were threatening
to score again against the hither hitherto
to hitherto unscored-upon Tigers and, when
Charlie French's long pass hit
Tom- Cunningham on the Tiger 35 35-yard
yard 35-yard line, they seemed well on
their way.
An unsportsmanlike conduct a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Bulldogs pushed them
back to 'he Tiger 44 and on the
first play from scrimmage. French
was nit hard and the ball tame

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ADVENTURES AND IN INTRIGUES
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Weather Or Not

This weather report for the 24
hoars ending 8 a. m. today is
prepared by the Meteorolorical
and Hydrographie Branch otthe
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High ......... 88 85
Low 74 75
HUMIDITY:
High 98 98
Low 68 (78
WIND:
(max. mph.) N-16 W-18
RAIN (inches) Jt4 ..0
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 81 85

SUNDAY, NOV. 18
High Low
7:16 a.m. 1:03 aim.
7:50 p.m. 1:29 p.m.

Mcllheny, Brown,
Howe Leaving Zone
For NY Conferences

Lt. Gov. John Dv McElheny Is

leaving this weekend -tor con
ferencea in New York with the

consulting firm conducting the
extensive studies on the Canal
capacity problem.
Leaving also thi weekend to
attend' the conferences, which
open Monday, are Li Col. R. D.
Brown, Jr., Engineering and
Construction director of the
Panama Canal : Company, and
Roger M. Howe, general engi engineer
neer engineer of the Special Studies
Staff. The lieutenant governor
will stop in Washington on his
return trip tp confer with Col.

David S. Parker on operational
reliability studies conducted,
under his direction.
McElheny expects to be away

from the Zone for about a week,
while Brown and Howe will re

turn by about the middle of
next "week.

The studies on increasing the

Canal capacity are being done
by the consulting engineering

nrm of Parsons, BrincKerhori,
Hall h MacDonald which was
engaged early this year for the
task.
The Canal officials will re review
view review the preliminary draft of
the" firm's fjnal report on the
studies. These studies Included
a review and updating: of some
of the information and' cost

estimates hi the Isthmian Ca

nal Studies of 1947 as well as
the development of additional

engineering data.
Parker, who had charge Of the
reliability study, visited the
Isthmus last spring to collect
information. He was formerly
Military Assistant to the Ca

nal Zone Governor and Is now
on duty in, the Office of the
Chief of Engineers In Washing

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SHIP BUYiRS SOUGHT
LONDON (UPl) Britain is
lookine for fnreitm huveri fnr fi

aircraft carriers, 9 cruisers. 14

destroyers, 44 frigates, 24 ocean
minesweepers and 3 submarines,
all outdated for Royal Navy use.
First Lord of the Admiralty, the
Earl of Selkirk, told the House

of Lods yesterday that the

hips would be scrapped if unsold.

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BALBOA GUARD Tim pays (3T) rears up from out of the mud to sna Cristobal's ast-txavejllne'pon HumphreT-W),

All Star Game
.The coaches of oil four
teams m the Isthmian foot football
ball football competition are meet meeting
ing meeting today to select two All
Star teams to play at Balboa

Stadium Nov. 26 in aid of
the United Fund.

The Central Theatre will very soon offer
another magnificent prize to its patrons
The management of the Central Theatre informs a
that they will ahortly offer a very pleasant surprise to its
patroni. The Central Theatre proposes to present its pa patrons,
trons, patrons, before next Christmas with the most up-to-date,
modern and luxurious "HIGH FIDELITY" manufactured
, by PHILIPS. .. 1 : ..
Please be on the look-out to take advantage of this
magnificent opportunity.
The management of the Central Theatre also' advises
us that they will very happily dellrht their clients with
,the coming presentation of the SIX (6) BIGGEST PIC PICTURES
TURES PICTURES OF THE YE AR r "VERTIGO" with James Stewart
and Kim Novak, "CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF" with Eliiai
beth Taylor and Paul Newman, "IMITATION GENERAL"
, with. Glenn Ford and Red Buttons. "ME AND THE COL COLONEL",
ONEL", COLONEL", with Danny Rare and Curt Jurg ens, "NO TIME

mien, "inuisiHKca wwn vary urant ana ingrid Berg-

Hi-
Power Co. Manager

Leaves On Trip
To West Va, II.Y.

T -E.) ORlesby, vice president

and general manager of Fuerza
y Lttz Co., left today on a four four-week
week four-week trio to West Virginia and

New York.

His first stop will be White

Sulphur Springs, W. Va., where
some 250 managers of various

North and Latin American '-in

dustries will atehd the second

IHteramerican Managers Coa

ference organized by the Coun Council
cil Council for international Progress in

Management.
- On Nov. 23, Oglesby will arrive
in New York, for participation
in the' third annual executive
conference of the American and

Foreign Power Co. Managers

representing each of the com company's
pany's company's 11 Latin American utility
Companies will attend' this con conference
ference conference whose main object is

that of interchanging ideas and

information regarding problems

encountered in their respective

companies. ...

While in New York. Oglesby

will also, discuss the following
matters relating to his compa

ny's operations m Panama with

officials of the American Si For
reign Power Co.:
1. The Installation of add!

tional generating capacity at
the San Francisco de la Caleta

electric plant.
2. A possible study of the
Fuerza y Luz telephone depart department
ment department in regard to expanding

apa improving x&cumes tut well

as plans for a. new Telephone

Exchange.
, 3. The finalization of ar

rangements for further hydro
e!ectric studies, on the Bayano
River. ...

4. The tfeneral economic as

pects of the company's business
relating to future financing and
the effects of utility legislation
recently passed in the Republic.
Mrs. OKlesbv is accOmnanvinir

luui vii?ynia mp ana : tney will

reiurn to Manama on' pec. 14,
FBI Helps Florida

Agents To Combai
Bombings, Threats

MIAMI, Nov.. 15 (UPI)-Law en enforcement
forcement enforcement officers from three

south Florida counties met at an
all day session with the FBI yes yes-terday
terday yes-terday to discuss waylrof com combating
bating combating terrorist bombings and
threats. ,
Lee O. Teague, special agent in
charge of the Miami office, called
the meetine of off'cers from Dad;

Broward and Monroe counties to

acquaint them with procedures us used
ed used by the federal government.
The meeting was called after 11
bomb threats were made in Dade
County in a 4-day peirlod. Teague
said .other meeting are sched scheduled
uled scheduled in St;. Petersburg, : Orlando
and West Palm Beach later thf

month .to exchange ideas on the

prooiem.

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KEITH KULIG; who scored a runaway touchdown, which Jolled Balboa's, thamplonshir''bldr
runs a punt .return back to his own 47-yard line before getting ambushed by the enemy.--

Argentines Vice President

Rejects Resignation Demand

BUENOS AIRES, Nov.15 (UPI) of policemen dislodged the de-

Vice President Alejandro Go

mez was besieged m the National
Capitol last night by rioters who
screamed insults at him and de demanded
manded demanded that he resign.
The riotersincluding 12 city

councilmeh belonging to President

Arturo Frondizrs intransigent
Party tried to break into Gomez'
office but were unable to force the
door, "The mob eventually w s s
dispersed by police. , w'
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The noisy denunciation of Go Gomez
mez Gomez was the latest of a series of
developments arising from his ef efforts
forts efforts .Wednesday, to promote1 tfhe
formation of a coalition:, govern government
ment government to deal with what he said
was a military plot to overthrow
FrondizU I -'W.f tih
Gomez told Frondizl thatne had

been, warned of the plot by Lt.

Col. Antonio Quijano Semino, wno
has" commander of the Artillery
Krhnnl at Cordoba in the -fall ot

1955 when it served as the head
quarters of the rebels who over

threw ex-wesiaeni. juan;, xv re
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Defense : undersecretary Ber-
irdo Larroude announced last
night that Quijano has been arrest-
1 Gomez dictated a message f,o
Firondizi, denouncing the demon demonstration
stration demonstration and asking for (protection

for his "Me and family .'

The Vice President's Secretary
meanwhile put in a quick call-to
War Secretary Hector Solanas Pa-

checo to request Armed protection
and complain that the police had
been tardy in getting to the Vice-

President's office, FinaUy a group

monstrators

- Gomez left the Congress building
about an hour later, saying, "this
will have' grave consequences."
He earlier had dejected his
party'? demand that he resign as
Vice President.

SPAIN STUDIES SAUCERS'
BARCELONA UPI) Spain Spain-has
has Spain-has decided to investigate flyinf
saucers., A group of scientists
here has founded the Interplanel
tary Studies Center to investigate
"unexplained phenomena in space;
and unidentified objects in the
skies.". The group is headed -by
Eduardo Puelta
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BEAN DECLARED WINNER
'SCARBOROUGh, JE a g a O d
(UPI) A Mr. Bean won top hon honors
ors honors in the vegetable section Tof a
horticultural show here yesterday.

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