The Panama American

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02734

Related Items

Related Items:
Panama America


This item is only available as the following downloads:


Full Text
PANAMA, R, P, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1958

tm CENTS

t

t
I s v
- v " ;
,4 S -- fv
i J J
... . jj
.. J f
Vww t X 9? A s Mft
I V s
t j t
1 J 4

savs : haooiest man ot the marlin

iministrativfr assistant at the Motor

bif black marlin weighing 552 lbs.

t in tWe .Panama Marlin Club's 7th

o ziade Leo the most successful
-marliir weiehins; 3301bs. and was

kent-to catch, two marlin. He -caught
I considered a phenomenal time,
to two Tttours-m says modestly this
naklng fruse leaps 60 feet into the

tie. coaceiea ea pretw near weu

' 1

1

Painted ;lt

blue

o

rlin
trie

olor

rlin

men

Kat-

siiej

and

way

bent
krlin

t

isbr,:
a a

BO"

kell,

no
no

well-

H.--tO-

Just

arlin

tne

TJni-

betis-

paid

Isth

!tne

Re-

The,

es 4n

Tro

b1tte

ou're

Is

ust

rican

place

- con

day.:

trailer

I; sent

le in

massed

lsbere

West

super

rmany

oviets

isr tne

day.-

fill

y

KQJ

I ii

IP

Thatcher

-: ,r

-common or garden Hue marlin

Nevertheless, he sat the tour tournament
nament tournament 1 out with A patient
smile lor everyone and alt the
fish "that Were shown to hiirt

vhey regarded with an apologe-"

tic sfluJe and said with a shrug
"It's a.Mue
Sevef al" "other boats excitedly

radioed that they had. caught
afilver -marlin, ,. 1

One or -these was the Nautilus

which: brought their fish to the

seri, jt was a blue. The La Pinta

said they, had caueht a strined

marlin. It turned out to be a

Dive, w 1 - x

Violette. firm defender' df "the

silver marlin, will not accept de

feat, A, few mopths ago, a fish
he was certain was a (silver mar marlin
lin marlin r was caught and, he '.had it
shipped to the University of Mi Miami
ami Miami for, identification. It was a

Djue, declared the scientists.' v

They're wronE." said Violette

today .as he aottered with the

engine .01 tne sen ready to gq

out Rcata 4o trv and nrov that

the silyer marlin. Is not a myth Later' aliwerr rescued.

Dedicates

Play Area

yesterday at Arraljan, Xn at

tending tne dedication 01 a
children's nlaveround for which

he donateo the equipment, lor lor-mer
mer lor-mer executive of the Canal
Zone Maurice H. Thatcher,

whose service dates witn me

latter years of tne. istnmian
Canal Commission touched on
foreign relations informally

The longtime ufmw c

Congressman from Kentucsy
observed thatv fate, has .deter .determined
mined .determined that Panama and the
United States "must get along
together," by methods of good

will, mutual respeci una raieciu.

These, ooservauons were
made- at the Arraljan School
where Thatcher and Mrfc
Thatcher, with their party,
and a representaive ,of the
Panama Foreign Office weTd
guests of Mayor Porfirio Ar Ar-muelles
muelles Ar-muelles and other residents
of the little village on the
Pan American s Highway just
over the Canal Zone line.
Thatcher was also thanked

by the Arraijaa people tor his
effort in conEress toward se

curing the Thatcher Ferry and
the construction of Thatcher

Highway from the Canalhanlc

to Arraijan;
The 88-year-old' former Ca
hal executive told briefly of
now he decided to give lot
presented r' him, years ago
tack to4the town, or a plav
, ground Later a, 'iandrswap
rovided-'a larree. playspice

" for which' Thatcher furnjsh"
mA thm nuinment

Thatpher ) thanked li 4 who

have assisted in bring the play
ground to reality, remarking;

Thatcnersaia:.

''I have been very happy to

make this modest gift to Arral

jan and it children' and nope

that now and in tne wars to

come it" will serresine tcrosirea
purpose of aiding in the devel development
opment development ot sound bodies and
strong minds of the youth of to today
day today and tomorrow, so that the
childrenovhen grown to adult
life, will ce-better citifcens.
He then Introduced Mrs.
Thatcher, who made a1 brief talk

in Spanish expressing ner ap appreciation
preciation appreciation for the "splendid welcome"-
given them.

Mrs. Thatcher Is a direct
-descendant; of 1 Mary Boone?
pioneer Kentucky woman, who
was the sister of Indian fight fighter
er fighter Daniel Boone and herself a
Midwest heroine.
At one fight during 1780, .a
band of settlers were besieged
by Indians in a fort near Lex Lexington,.
ington,. Lexington,. Ky.-Mary, and several
other women, braved arrows and
tomawhawks to bring water from
a nearby spring so that the sefr

tiers would not cue or tnirst.

1 !"m pfmi!P!Ppgg

ALL WORKERS of all nationalities and races
i who participated in the building of the Pan Pan-ama
ama Pan-ama Canal win forever be honored by the
i bronze plaque unveiled Saturday, morning in
the rotunda-of tbi Panama, Canal Adminis Administration
tration Administration Building. y
The plaque,? shown above, earries a famous
quotation from President Theodore Roosevelt
and is ft companion piece to the bronze bust
of Roosevelt donated by Edward A. 'Bacon,
deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army. The
plaque and :(bust were unveiled at' the same

His dedication announcement had not been
formally listed in the program and it struck
a favorable response in, the audience.
r Potter called attention to the fact that many
races and many nationalities had a part in
building the Canal. He recalled that the great
body of workers was recruited from; Europe
and Asia, from North, Central and South A A-merlca,
merlca, A-merlca, and that a great number who helped
- came from the West indies.
That Roosevelt -plaque Js the first to Ins de-.

diCated all Cahal Construction workers In

II Firms'
".-. .(.....- .. 7""yx,. :

.... ::v' . 'r.,, j

roreip Airlines t
. ... I
Anxious About f 1

Mew Proposals

-1

i I A? r n
'-'

II. MORGAN SMITH, civilian survival training officer tor, Al-1
brook Field pets a collared peccary named "Nito" kept at ths
Survival Training Area as one of the many live animal exhi exhi-,
, exhi-, bits to show, aircrew trainees what to expect In the Jungle if
. they are forced down, j (Official USAF Photo)

time la the dedication cetemony, held Saturn the Canal Tone. heBaillard fflWu;in,ipaU!L.

".ay,h s A a1; 6l!atG Cut was dedicated o thosr who-Tsarnci-'
a f.-t'fr-,""tr-i m,"" '"'' ,patetfJn-thftt phase -of the Caflatconstructionrtv
ArinoTimemeht that the plaque will be dee! y nd other' memorials In the ions were dedl :
tated to all those who participated in ths ,.;cated 'generally to specific groups, such as the
tonstructlon of the Canal was made hy Gov, war memorials are for those Canal workers
' w, SL Potter during the Saturday ceremonies.- who lost their lives during war service,
Roderick, Others Who Arrived Here
For Centennial Leave For Washington

Assistant Secretary of the Ar

my George tL Roderick and sey
eral others Who were here 'to
take h part ."in 'the Theodore

Roosevelt Centennial program
left early this morning by spe

cial plane lor wasnington u.u-

Leaving on tne piane witn

secretary and Mrs. .Koderick

were deputy assistant Secretary
of In Army and Mrs, Edward
A. Bacon, and Mr.-and Mrs, Her Hermann
mann Hermann Hagedorn, ast well Rode

rick's stair members ana special

guests.

Roderick delivered the prin

cipal address at the Dedication

Program held Saturday morning!

at the Panama XJanai adminis

tration buildinir. and attended

the various programs held Fri

day night and Saturday.

Hagedorn, a director of the

Theodore Roosevelt Commlsison,

arrived last .week on the Fan

ama Line's centennial cruise
ship. He participated actively in

several official programs dur

ing the week.

Bacon, who donated the

bronze Roosevelt bust dedicated
Saturday, and Mrs. Bacon came

down, on the plane which!

brought "Roderick and his wife

Alias Hose Cone
Dafa SSill Usable
Afler Long Float
' LOS ANGELES. Nov. 17 UPI)
Most of 'the scientific Infor Information
mation Information stored In the nose cons
of an Atlas ballistic missile
.which floated In the South At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic for 10 weeks Is still us usable,
able, usable, the;; Air force has an announced.
nounced. announced. ''""I '.-, "-"
A spokesman foi the' Air Force
Ballistic Missile Division (BMD)

here said the information was

stored In a data recovery cap capsule
sule capsule which was retrieved 1 bv a
fishln .boat .off.. .Barbados
The capsule, "containing a tlnv
tape recorder;; was turned over
to the U.S. government- by the
British; who obtained it from
the fishlnv Vessel,-:; 4,v: :,
: BMD officials said the record

er stored information pn: temt
pratures. stsips and other xm
formanne factors of the missile

Punched from-Cape Capaveral.
Fla.. last Aut; 2.

This was the third recovefv

Dr.- Frank B. Berry assists nt Zone Lt. Gov. John D. McEihe-

Secretary of Defense, who also

came .on the plane witn Koae Koae-.rlckjMeft
.rlckjMeft Koae-.rlckjMeft Sunday morning and
will stop in Mexico en route -to

r i Guy Emerson, a special gvjlst

of Mr, and Mrs. Bacon at

centennial observance, is re returning
turning returning to the States later.' He
is head of the Kressi collection

in the National Art Gallery and

a member of 1 the Theodore

Roosevelt Memorial Association
in- New York.

Emerson has served 20 years

as a director and four years as

oresldent or the National AUi

dUbon Society and is intensely

interest in all phases ,of con

servatlon, 'both wild life and

forests. Because or his great in

terest In these, he is spending
the remainder of this week, on

the Barro Colorado island .reservation.

The dedication ceremonv.

' S aturday morning had inter inter-national
national inter-national coverage by newsreel ; j
and television cameramen.
Representatives from both

Fox Movietone News and ;from

a chain, of .-television stations in
West- Germany took sound and

movie recordings. Ernest Suva

did the -newreel coverage for

Fox Movietone,' while the televi
sion coverage was done by a
special team 'under the direc direction
tion direction of Petet Von Zahn,' Wash Washington
ington Washington correspondent of the
North it west Germanv Broad

casting adn TV Corp. This cor-f
poration operates several of the

maior television stations in

West Germany, including sta

tions in Bonn and Hamburg.
At the conclusion of the pro program,
gram, program, the Latin Ameri c an

School Glee Club under the di

rection of Miss Emily Butcher
reenacted the'ir part of the pro program
gram program for a special recording.
The 'Glee Club sang two hum
bersat the dedication. j ; v ,-An
An ,-An estimated 275 construction
day workers and Roosevelt Med Medal
al Medal holders, .mainly from it h e
West Indian community in Pan
ama, attended a reception at
Bishop Morris. Hall in ; Ancon
Saturday afternoon at the in invitation
vitation invitation of Episcopal Blshoo.R.

Heber Gopden.

ney and others, including Fred

de V. Sill, representing the Roo

sevelt Medal holders. All speak

ers paid tribute to the men who
dug the-iCanah
Arthur' Pyle, who started
working, for the Canal project
in 1905, spoke on behalf of the
workers.,, .
Former Canal Zone Gov. Mau Maurice
rice Maurice H. Thatcher, who is still

on the Isthmus, arrived towards
the end of the reception., which
included' the showing of the

film "Theodore Roosevelt. A A-merican"
merican" A-merican" and the servinx of re

freshments,

The
Judge's Bench

Following an invocation by

Archdeacon Lemuel B. Shirley,

of a missile nose cone within the guests heard brief talks

the past three months. from Bishop Ooodeo, canal

Paulo Paez, 50, Panamanian,
was sent to jail for 15 days by
Judge John E. DeminK at Bal

boa Magistrates Court toaay for
loitering at the rear of the 15th

Naval District Headquarters.

1 a line oi so was imposea on
Claude Desmond Chambers. 21.
Panamanian, for loiterina at

Paraiso."

A vagrancy charee brought

Roberto Morales, 18, a year's

probation during: which time the

judge suspended imposition of
sentence. -:.

Two Panamanians were be

fore thai Judge for huntlna

Without permitsrThey vWere Pa-

bio Guevara. 43. wno was fined
$3,- and Maximo Martinez, 24.
whd was fined $10. --
Driving without a license
brought a $15 fine for Julio Ce?
sar Zepeda, 21, and' he was fin

ed a further $10 for speeding.
Also- with no "license was. Car Carlos
los Carlos Manuel Rodriguez 29, who

railed to appear ana nis' siq

pal' was forfeited.': 'i :

: Destderlo Bouraette, 23,
Panamanian v? fined SS for
drivins with X-etiv tu-akes.
'He exvlalned to h lodge that
this brakes held hi ehlele
'weli when it was utationarv
but not, toO well when It was
moving. .,
v Felioa' Romero. 32. Panama

nian forfeited his bail when he

failed to 'apnear on a charge oi
dlsturblnir the peace, Jose Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Mosauera, 48. Ecuadorian,
was fined $5 for intoxication.
. Henry Clav Keeton. 19. U.S.

Armv.; netted a fine of $15 for

following another vehicle too

closely;

not' greater thftn,the eapaclty
of eachoute,no?lsss than tha
which arieqHlced-,Jb3t-',eeral
interests nor- in;detriment M
foreign itoiirism.. JV t
v Rates that are approve will
be in relation to the efluip-
ment number of seats, fre- k
quency ?f flights, general in in-terest
terest in-terest ln the service, on the
understanding1, that no for-r-eign
air, carrier will have any.
advantage over any Panama-
nian air carrier." a, jl
- ..ft K 1 1

Reminder: Overtime

Does llcl (oimt

s.

if

A measure which could cost Isthmian travelers nigUi1
er air fares for flying abroad is pending before the leg-,
islative and executive branches of the Panama govern-.

ment. -.

Officials of non-Panamanian airlines ooeratina-infa

Tocumen airport have expressed concern over the mea- ;

sure as passed by the National Assembly last week.

me measure would extend government control of
route schedules; seat availablity, ilight frequencies and:k

; rates on international mail, cargo and passengers', and
. would give Panama carriers an opportunity to make re ;

commenaarions on the requests of foreign carriers on such
operational matters, (
It would also provide that na foreign carrier would :

nave any advantage over a Panamanian carrier.
Several Panama City dailies haye printed editotialst

uKLiumy mc measure, i ney rear ir may norm tourist busi business.
ness. business. "' y'-v
Talk was widespread todav that President

la Guardia, Jr., would veto the measureeither whoiry or

luruuiiy, proaaoiy ine larrer.

tt was predicted that a mes

ag from the President on the1
:,' ,' n. ......... i:- i... :' ''i.:.: it. i..'.ut '..-.j

measure migs';eae-nA-nw, -inh-UoaaJ
Assembly thj 'afternoon,
prior to the opehlng bt $U dally
session."

In airline Circles, Hope Has
been expressed for several days
that' no hasty legislative action
would be taken. f

Operators have pointed out

that international airline op operations
erations operations throughout the hemi

sphere are covered by a net

work of reciprocal agreements

These are designed to regulate,
but also to protect, the scores

of carriers of ,many flags oper operating:
ating: operating: in the 21 American re

publics, and also in several

lands with commonweaitn sta

tus.
Foreign carriers considering
extending jet service to this
part of South and Central
America are reportedly fear fearful
ful fearful that if they use such serv service
ice service in Panama they might be
forced to charge a higher
tariff than lines using piston
aircraft.

In its lead editorial of last
Friday, Spanish language
daily observed that the concern

voiced by the foreign-nag car carriers
riers carriers is justified. The paper,

too, feared the proposed
changes will affect the tourist
trade.
The dally observed that flight
schedules are now governed by
international agreements, and
counseled great caution in up

setting commitments.
The paper noted that for

eign airlines could deoide to
eliminate Tocumen entirely
from their flight patterns,
consequently converting it
into ''a second-class airport,
with resulting unfavorable
consequences to hotels, bars
and other tourist establishments

The editorial noted that the

new legislation nas oeen rto-

mulgated just at the time the

Ministry of Public worxs is
considering lengthening and
otherwise improving Tocumen's
runway for the accommodation
of jet planes.
The pending measure, which
takes the form of an amend amendment
ment amendment to the 1949 law covering
operations of aircraft, provides
that the Panama government
shall:
"Approve, disapprove, modify
or revoke route schedules, flight

frequencies, seat availability on
flights and rates applicable on

international cargo, mall and

passenger flights, subject to the
following conditions:
"a) Copies of all requests for
routes, schedules, or for the
esablishment of rates or modl-

ficaion of these, shall be sent
to Panama airlines engaged In
international transport .within
five days after it has been re

ceived by tne Ministry or.uov

ernment and Justice with a pe

rlod of 15 days (for them to
submit the observations which

thev deem convenient.

. "b). Permits will be granted

within the tenor of this .provi

sion with the aim that the

service which Is rendered

A circular, to; familiarize non
U.S.Tcitizen .employes of the Ca
nal organization with the retire-'
ment provisions bt the UJSL civil'1
Service.act has been distributed '
on the: Canal Zone. It Is -iaaued
over thA, signature of EdwardTA.
Doolan,, personnel dlrector..ahd -1
is. reproduced in. both Spanish
and English. ,
. .Emphasis is given to the faet
that "overtime hours cannot be

While the circular does ot so
state, observers today believed" .,
It was Issued chiefly to clarify in
t.h mind. At .-i...-.,.

vivyea iwaisi employes the- ra-

iHZiT MVM OI
their number who have recently
been'brouKht under the jprovi- l l-sions
sions l-sions of civil Service retirement
pursuant to the Memorandum
or Understandings attached to
the Panama-United StatesTrea-"
tv of loss

strikes and work stoppages on
both irt(t nt fh. T.4.hm... .u ;. (

v twuuua wuea

oiBvoaoreg wno nad previously k : :-been
been :-been earning overtime on a daily
basis learned that they had been 11
put on a weekly basis for over- -.
time. This meant that they will
earn overtime for hours in excess
oh 40 in any work-week, rather

than in excess of eight In .any

uiic uav.

The change was made When
those stevedores who had been
working most regularly were r

put on a minimum 30-hour week

to bring them under the Civil i
Service retirement provisions. as

Panama had requested in treaty

negotiations. i

Previously there have been.

several meetings on both sides ;

of the Isthmus to explain Civil

Service retirement to non-U JJL
citizens. ,i

Marparcl Allen
Dies In Gorgas

Mrs. Margaret Ml Allen. '7S.
died this morning in Gomas
hospital after a long illness. A
long-tlms. resident ot the Ca Canal
nal Canal .Zone, Mrs. Allen was bom
In Ireland, She was the mother
of Mrs. Jerome ; E. Stelner ot

be Balboa. ;.t ,' '

4.-.-



Tm fANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPEB
' MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1958

mot two

THE PANAMA AMERICAN
OWNID AND PUBLISHES BY TH PANAMA AMIRICAN MUI, INC.
r:-. .. ."i rOUMOIO NIUON MOUNOCVBU. IN ISIS
HARMODIO jAUIA. lOITOn

'HJ-U H STwriT P. O.

TILEPHONC Z-0740 LINES
C1L AIHIII: MNAMIMCAN. PANAMA
Colon Orneti !.1T Central. Avenue between 12th no 13th streets
FOREIGN RCRKESENTATIVEf: JOSHUA POWERS. INC.
' 34S MAOISON AVE NEW YORK. M7 N. Y.
. T. m LO-t
Mr Month in Advance S I 'O S i so
rm Six month in Aovncc- e eo 13 00
r out year in Advance la 80 24 oo
1 t h p Mail box

j THEODORE F. SHONTZ
sr
' If there la any more to be said about Teddy Roosevelt after
last week, it might be mentioned that he picked the right per person
son person to get the wheels started. The Centennial Supplement of
thePanama Canal Review recalls much of the period but little.
oLthis single person whom President Roosevelt selected as
chairman of the Second Canal Commission. On page six of the
supplement, his name is given as Herbert Shonts, but it was
, Theodore P. Shontz, who was appointed April 1, 1905 and re-
' signed March 4. 1907.
I A book is available on request at the Balboa Library, "Who
Built the Panama Canal," written by Pepperill, then Washing Washington
ton Washington Chief Clerk All papers passed over his desk so he knows
I about what he speaks. He reports that President Roosevelt
sent inquiries to all United States railroad and construction
tooerators to recommend a Derson to get things done in Pana Pana-ma
ma Pana-ma After it narrowed to Shontz, he accepted the appointment
ion two conditions, i.e.. that he be the "boss" and that he could
"resign when he thought things were going well. To this the
President agreed, and expressed his regret when Shontz resigned
tin March 1907.
" A paragraph on page 14, of the supplement explains this
Ipoint well and is quoted: "A few months later, following the
resignations of chairman Shonts and chief engineer Stevens, he
l(Roosevelt) appointed the third and last Isthmian Canal Com Com-mi?sion,
mi?sion, Com-mi?sion, and made Lt. Col. George W. Goethals its chief engi engineer
neer engineer and chairman. With only a few changes in personnel, this
commission remained on duty until the permanent Canal or organization
ganization organization was established in 1914."
r shnnt too nrpsiHpnt. nf the Ohio Railroad and had to sell

itiis stock to complete his promise to the President. He left to
; Jauild the Sixth Avenue subway in New York, with much less tol tolerance
erance tolerance allowances than the Job of the Panama Canal.

' 1 4?ne interesting account was his inquiry of Governor Ma Ma-borr
borr Ma-borr about malaria control. Magoon replied that he would
' Dray the house having malaria and those next to it if they had
the money to do it. In the first Isthmian Commission all seven
members had to approve every dollar expended, which delayed
matters. Shontz gave Magoon a requisition of his needs and the
Health Department was off to a good start under Gorgas.
Also Magoon said he could not keep men here because when
;he raised their salaries the merchants and landowners in Pan Pan-i
i Pan-i jtmaialsed their prices on food and rent. Shontz immediately
;prdereo that the Commissary Division be initiated and they
rvoultl bring In -their own food. Things seem to be repeating.
As. Pepperill says, the man Shontz handed a machine over
to Goethals, who only had to crank the handle. The Army brass
have seen to it that they are given the credit for building the
Canal when lt was roush U S. railroad men like Shontz, and
the men he brought" with him, including Stevens and other ca capable
pable capable builders.
Let us give Roosevelt the credit due him in picking the
night man to get the work under way, and read the book, it is
Interesting. .
J. P. Donelly

A FEW CENTS WORTH OF GRIPES

Sir:

Mav I add my few cents worth to the current of gripes be

ing registered in your interesting and informative column. Mine
are neither lengthy nor of international import. However, they
do rerjresent my own gripes and those of many others who have
r"rlenced.. and are fairly entitled to comment upon, the fol following
lowing following service, conditions, etc, etc.
Bingo Games: I can only say that bingo games in the Unit United
ed United States are the most easily-rigeed gambling games known to

the FBI. They are banned and illegal in every state or the un union.
ion. union. The Canal Zone apparently thinks they are honest by vir virtue
tue virtue of 'some Ineffective rules covering payoffs. How naive can
"they get?
United Fund: This Is a united drive In the Canal Zone for
the almost united benefit of Republic of. Panama citizens. This
' In itself Is not bad, but let's have the republic have its own
drive at the same time and share in this fine expression of
charity and goodwill to the less fortunate. Citizens of the U.S.
emoloved in the Canal Zone should not be the major support
of such a drive.
J Diablo Messhall: I know it's not known by that name any
nore, but what could be more aporopriate? From the "Step'n "Step'n-fitchit"
fitchit" "Step'n-fitchit" character who has. a land lease on the front steps to
the fobd served inside lt is a mess. U.S. suoervision seems to be
limited to the coffee clique in the back corner.
Safety: I have counted over 10 railroad crossings in the
distance between the Roosevelt Ave.-Balboa Road crossing and
Diablo and only seen three railroad crossing wooden signs off
In the weeds. Every state in the U.S. requires by law many and
varied safety warning signals at RR crossings. The safety con con-sdlous
sdlous con-sdlous Panama Canal Company requires none, evidently.
National Lottery: I must mention the gullibility of the tick-
' el-buying public who naively continue to throw their money
away in such a long-odds gamble. Ignoring the obvious come come-ofts
ofts come-ofts of approximations, and other minor prizes, which are but
a droo in the bucket of the whole take, the first prize pay-off
of 1Q00 for a SO cents ticket in a drawing rampant with the
. possibilities that run in the back of all our minds, is just too
crtjde for words. It couldn't exist in any place but here where
th peoDle either don't have the sense to know what they're do-
' lnf, or have so much money they don't mind throwing it down
the well.
Deep-Sea Fishing: The remarkable catches reported by
Panama Bay fishermen are the most over-rated fish stories I've
cone across In any part of the world. Here the fish are swoop-
l edupon by a multitude of fancy fishing cruisers loaded down
wfch beer and fishermen in numbers and weight and tackle un un-eoualed
eoualed un-eoualed in any other big-game fishing area I've ever seen. You
go out in Miami any time of the year with any two-bit
charter boat party and come in with fish galore. Try it offshore
" hvJCalifomla, Mexico, Long Island, or inland in any of a million
lakes and streams in the U.S. There you'll find real fishermen
catching real fish.. Here, for every catch duly recorded in the

papers and the records of the
o'fjures are dragged for hours
! .boltles left adrift. More fish

, Amador causeway than are docked at Balboa or Diablo.
7 Pilots: The most overpaid, underworked group of sad sacks
J ever gathered together under one flag glnce Coxie's Army.

Their work is important and
, they dredge un the characters?

i TELEVISION: The only thing you can say for local TV Is
thit JURU can turn it off if you don't like it. Where does that
letJvWou: and your $250 set? Right here with me ; you have
toiletftoe it on to try and get your money's worth, and believe

ma that's something you and I

ley; cf the Armed Forces TV service seems to be to educate and
Inform viewers whether they like lt or not. As an entertain

ment medium, it stinks.
Panama Beer: I see where

factory has finally got its product on the Panama Line ships

and on the U S. market. All I can
the passengers on the Panama
the VS. nave never naa it
what Panama beer is selling
VS., compared to what lt costs
the Republic.
' Sports: Who are the clowns

baseball, golf and other competitive sports events in the Zone

and Republic? Surely two cents worth of imaginative promo

tlon would more than pay for
- blood Into the organizations
soma of the now dull, lifeless
: Transportation: Now I
Republic families have to have
ten. Probably most of us have
bus service from other than the
but let me recommend a trip

a Translsthmlan ride in one of the roaring monstrosities that
pais for high-class transportation. You could get a safer, more

comfortable ride on a Missouri
I guess this Is imposing on
Next week maybe a few words
Potter, alr-condltioning, C.Z.
ama holidays.-LeTourneaus

BOX 134. PNMA. w. of r.

local amateurish clubs, hundreds
and many miles of empty beer
are caught every weekend off the
requires great skill, but where do
will not see In our day. The pol
after 40 years the Panama beer
say to that is that tor 40 years
Line and the beer consumers in

so good, now please let us Know
for, and how lt is selling, in the

to get a good can of Schlltz in
that are running the football,
itself at the gate. Get some new
and make a spectator sport of
events that pass for attractions.
know why most Canal Zone and
two cars. The bus service la rot
never observed the local motor
comfortable seat of our sedan
to Gamboa in a 20 cent bus, or
muie.
your space, so I will knock It off,
on the Panama Railroad, Gov
military, Balboa lerryboat?, ran
Popular Mechanics' mechanical

Labor News
And
Comments

By VICTOR RIESEL
It is with grim satisfaction that
I report there are in our govern government
ment government soldiers and scientists suffi sufficiently
ciently sufficiently wary of the Soviets and
sufficiently practical to continue
to search for the ultimate weapon
a death ray. ;
Evidence of this search and re research
search research comes j'.'om none other
than L. 5. Hardland, chief engi engineer
neer engineer of the National Inventors
Council, supervised by the Dept.
of Commerce. He tells me:
". .1 am sorry to report that
we have found no promising ap
proaches to the solution of tins
problem. Accordingly, we are con
tinuing to. circulate the item for
the armed services." ':
By "circulating the item," Mr.
Hardland means that his council
is actively prodding scientists lo
develop the -weapon tor the pen pentagon.
tagon. pentagon. This is a shocker. True.
But it is not fantastic. We were
told the other day by the dean of
interstellar rocketery that the
eart is being observed by outer-
space superhuman beings.
Thar it no turning back. Wt
will find the death ray. But tha
thing is not to find, it accident accidentallythat's
allythat's accidentallythat's one accident wo
can't afford. It could happen in
any of a thousand laboratories.
It could also develop mysterious
ly in literally tens of thousands
of new pants and shops now tam
ing nuclear energy for use like an
old-fashioned steam engine.
Almost unnoticed by the public
and almost uncounted -by manage management
ment management are the plants and construc construction
tion construction yards now "putting in" Mue-
clear engines and atomic tools.
By the last count, 8,000 "differ
ent types of companies have
been licensed for some type of
atomic work," according to a re
port written recently -by the lead
ers of the International, Brother
hood of Electrical Workers
These Dlants are increasinff with
jet speed, union ch'els interested
in the swiftly changing nature of
the work for which their follow
ers need to be trained these days.
report that the Atomic Energy
Commission is spending $3,650,000
for the development of new atom
ic tools. This is for equipment
which even now is being powered
Dy nand and steam as well as e-
lectricity.
The other day some United Au
to Workers Union technicaians not
ed that they now have such job
classifications as "atomic, reactor
component mechanic" and "mis
sile pre-flight electronic mecha mechanic."
nic." mechanic." This, indeed, is the nuclear rev
olution. And not in a crucible cith
er. It is far beyond the tender
hand that rocks a test tube. It is
in the truly callused hands, for
examDle. of shiovard workers On
ly the other day, John Grogaa,
leader of the Marine and Sh:
building Workers Union, urged ms
followers to keep track of the a a-moiint
moiint a-moiint of radiation to which they
were being exoosed. Where? in
ship construction yards. Some of
these already are building atom atomic
ic atomic reactors for the first ships of
the nuclear age fleet.
Soon there will be on the wavs
of at least one yard, $4000,
000 underwater tanker, powered
by atomic entrgy. These sub
marine freighters surely will re replace
place replace many of the' others. And
outside of C ncirnatl. the Gener
al Electric Co. has built sever
al atomic aircraft engines. The
company merely, awaits word
from the Pentagon that fusel
ages are reaoy somewhere.
On the land, in the sea and in
the air, nuclear power has begun
to replace steam and electric
power with the inevitability that
made the horse only a sideshow
to the parimutuel window. Thus,
with the more earthly thing call
ed eiectnons now out of the way,
labor has called a conclave to
take stock of this new tvDe of
power.
The new eroUD. made ud of U
national member unions of the
AFL-CIO's Industrial Union DeDt..
win meet on Nov. 25. its creation
was nine noticed, tnouen it was
pinpointed the other day bv Wal-
er Keuther which means that it
will hit the headlines soon e
flough. The committee thus far is
nameless, but it has been told to
"study problems created for work
ers by the increasing use of at
omic energy in industry."
ihis will mark the first intra-u-
nion nuclear-power parley in his history.
tory. history. It will be recorded as hsv-
ing met in Washington. Who is
there to say that in decades to
come it will not meet in less con
fining spheres?
The banana does not grow
on a tree, as Is commonly sup-
' posed, but on a plant, perhaps
1 the largest plant in existence
' without a woody stem. Thai
i stalk, which grows from 12 to1
30 feet tall and looks llko a
tree trunk, Is really a firm
mass of leaf sheaves, springing
from the tough, creeping root
stock of the banana plant
C Encyclopedia Britannic

Walter Winchell In

NEW YORK HEARTBEAT
Celbs About Town: Errol Flynn
at the Newport resembling an Es
quire ad. Blue tux, iireman-red
dress-shirt, gold bow-tie. ."Suzie
Wong" star. France Nuyen, IS,
dnv.ng the crowd at Teddy s maa
with her it.y-bitty-sexy-steps. .
Charles Boyer, the French Lov Lover's
er's Lover's best ad, being de uged ty
elderly women, on 49th S-reet,
seeking his autograpn. . .swim .swim-adonna
adonna .swim-adonna Esther Williams' c o n t a-
gious laughter at Romeo Salta s.
. .Truman Capote, in Monsignore,
featuring cuffed jacket and cuff-
less trousers. .veronica Lake
joining the Eye-Opener 'Set at
the Penguin off West 9th. .NiY.
Giants star Willie Mays and his
Ever-swapping "eh, wots?" at the
Embers. .Arlent Faucis, lead

I mei mmm mmmmmmmm ai mm m
mM3 J

r ..lor.inr- mi

h i 4 llll II II I! II ii y I

l d if Illy II II II II

fill VVT 0 if M I II II II II II II II in

i n m a : ii mm ii ii ii ii ii ii ii ii i

ii mw M- if w m it h

I II mT mm mw mm ju II I! it II II II H H

I II I H mw MM u mm mmMmT mm II I II II II II I II

11. Down Pnvmant U I II II III II II II II I

I I. w ay M ii M Jl II II II II

I rcs. ii ii ii ii y iiiiii

i ii on ii ii ii ii ii ii u ii ii n: iru w 1 11 u i- n h mum a

i ii ii ii ii ii ii ii ii ii u n u h ii ii a mr y ii ii ii ii ii h n u

II II II II II II II H H y i i sm ii ii h II II H II I

1 I f All It II II II II II

I y II II II n k7 y mil II II II II II.

I II II n U H IJf MANAMA ,..T.o,Tr U II II II II n

1 -lMS'TA mil

where your Dollar GOES FURTHER!
. Visit l 4 for the cist of 1 1
, iefote rraneuilla Cartagena Medellift Jjl
delightful. .different . .refreshing J I
II A truly memorable vacation... Yet, costs so little! i jl
v. Panamanians and U.S. Citizens do not need pass I
III :, .ports.-Tourist cards, pead for 90 days, issued Free. 1
j Consult Yeer Travel Agent or I I
HI Call Our Offices 1

IH Telephone 2-2956 UJJ

I Aereu trees the ugisisnva rsuee l

'Mow! It's That Man Again!;'

NEA SwJc,, lee.

ing lady at "Once More With Feel Feeling,"
ing," Feeling," who has $2,933.34 of her
own wealth invested in it. .Gre .Greta
ta .Greta Gar bo, the Glamorous Legend,
getting her boots shined at an
East Side midtown corner.
Sallies In Our Alley: Overheard
in L ndy's about the war between
Mada Callas, the ex-Met star,
and Met bossman Bing, who fired
her. ."One thing you gotta say.
-nre' is ftn rntere!tin0 eud". .
"Yeah, you can't tell who's the in in-graie
graie in-graie '. .Ano.ner pur were dis discussing
cussing discussing Martha Raye's marriage.
"She made a beautiful bride,"
said one. ."She," meow'd tne
other, "always does."
Midtown Vignette: The scene
was Dinty Moore's restaurant on
West 46th. .. .A couple at a wall

BIIIILLLKT XVLLUIII'lllll

New York

table were getting terrific atten attention
tion attention from the waiitr. .Broadway .Broadway-ites
ites .Broadway-ites recognized the man. .Darrin
McGavin. .He plays Mike Ham
mer on TV. j. .They assumed Mc-
uavin was getting an mat at.en at.en-tion
tion at.en-tion because he is a celebrity. .
Or a terrilic tipper. .he is both
but that isn't why he was g.ven
the Firs. Cabin Treatment. .Mr.
McGavin, the TV shar, was a
waiter at Moore's ten years ago.
Memos of a Midnighter: One of
our town's wildest brawls took
place at a 42nd. Street Automat.
Two women went at each other,
flinging fists, cups, saucers, chairs
and tables, etc. One of the gals
was ser.ously damaged. . .JNan .JNan-cy
cy .JNan-cy Kelly, one of -the better ac
tresses, is at Dr's Hosp. .Bobo
Rockefeller and her little son 'are
forsaking The Big Town soon for
Palm Springs. .Gardner Cowles,
boss of Look, rushed to the coast
to talk with Norton Simon, top
stock-holder in the McCall Corp.
Hoping Simon will turn over Mc-
Cairs mag to tne towies crowa.
. .Book-to-get: "Exodus" by Leon
Uris. He wrote "Batue cry".
A garment center mfr. lost $43,
000 wa serins on Harriman. As
result his firm may fold. ."Val-
muthi": a London his play, is be being
ing being attacked by the British press.
But ouV flemjty there reports: "It
is degerirale, disgVactful and de
lightful."" 1
The Producer's Table: "She
doesn't care which .dressing room
we g've her, so long as it isn't in
the same theater with the leading
i man". '."Ac'or's studio, Hem
He didn't mumble when we Talk
ed Money!'!. ."Hou?e seats?
Vou mean ft tan! actually give a
way a few, seats to this flop?".
, ."Drunk? His understudy s an
A A man". t'Ynii talc the en-
.... - -1 -
tics, I'll take 'the theater-parties'?
. .1 go. ii. u nggerea out. j
even know how it'll look on a 21
inch screen". ; "Pay the tb
like a good Baby, I'm late at my
Analyst's."
Brosdwa'v Statfe Door: Ktm No
vak's "disguise" at the Gondo'ier
was ho makeup. Her dinner-date
was Hugh McGOvern,' author of
the bestseller, "fraulein". .Big
news alona the Rialto: The 'inea
ter Guild (which started that
way) may branch into off-Broadway
productions. .Don't invite
jazz larks Morgana King and Hel
en Merrill to the same party.
Sinatra does the conducting for
Dean Martin's hew Capitol album
"Sleep Warm" .Chorines have
a new reducer called "The Moon
Diet": Swiss cheese and black
java. .Warren and Lydia Stev Stevens
ens Stevens have Thrown It Away. She's
ihe late Borrat Mlnnevltch's dght
. .Italian auto; heir Julio Ferrari
and realtor Harlin Kimmel" 1
most came to b ows over Powers
model Dodie Marshall. ..Two-a
day headliner Sylvia Froos (play
ed the Palace dver'20 times) is
now Official Greener at the Se
ville Hotel. Miami Beach. .Ar
lene Judge (Yesteryy ear's Betty
Grable) may wed C. Heard
He'd be her .h.
Cast of Chsracters: The Duke
of Windsor, on a .. severe diet,
brines along bis own brand of su
gar. salt, pepper, etc., when invit
ed out. .Reg Wills (he ran a St.
Moritz Hotel elevator in 1957) had
hit first song published. .Robe;
ta Sherwood's appearance on the
uocurey snow last a got was
fast return-booking. She was on
it 3 weeks ago. .Ty Perry, who
hails from a long Una of bankers
(in the lamiiy), is trying to mske
good the hard way. As a member
of ''Make A Million," the Sam Le
Vena laugh-show. .The newt Ce
leite Holm comedy. "Third Best
Sport,' was written by Leo and
Eleanor Bayer. The theme tenia
how marred folks should act to

stsy married. .The authors were
divorced last year, ;
Rit. Show In TAwn ':. Th Ai.

AiiY.WAsiiir:GTo;j
MERRYi-Goourjo

WASHINGTON This r writer
hai vi6neu me chief ciues waeie
scftool and places of worship nave
jeen oynamnea recently and has
come to the conclusion tnese 0-jid
mgs are the wora of skill ea dyna-
mucrs uirea oy a cemru rua ui
natemongers. : r x
The bombings follow a pattern.
The three major bombings have
occured on Sunday at Clinton, i
Tenn.. Atlanta, and Osage, w. Va.
The buildings were1 blown, tip toy
people who anew now to handle
dynamite, not by crackpots or rabble-rousers.
A rabble-rouser like
John Kasper knows nothing about
dynamite and would probably blow
himself up if he tried to handle
M Clinton three heavy charges
of dynamite were placed in three
key parts of the high : school- so
the explosion would destroy the
enure ouiiaing. it aid.
At Altanta. the dynamite was
placed outside the side door of the
synagogue.: It was a heavy-, con
centration of dynamite, and would
have blown up most of the bulli
ng had it been Disced inside.
The school at Osage, W. Va., was
mown up oy two heavys concen concentrations
trations concentrations of dynamite obviouslypla
ced by sn expert.Ha ran a wire
to a car in a parking lot outside
the school and used a hand gene generator
rator generator to touch off the explosion!
The car was heard to start right
afterward. s
Almost any coal miner In West
Virginia can handle dynanite. 'But
no dynamite was found stolen or
purchased in that. area. Besides
the coal miners had been working
siae oy siae wan xsegro coal mui'
ers for years. They were aood
mends, enjoyed the finest of com
munity relations and the school
had been integrated for four years,
FBI LAGS
The FBI has been extremely ef-
ficent in planting agents inside the
Communist Party and for a long
time aiso naa agents iside the
Kb Elux Klan J .Edgar Hoover
has known almost every move
made by the Communists in the
USA.
However, he has been slow about
tracking down either the current
dynamiters or penetrating the se
cret ring which probably is fmanc
ing them.
in fact the FBI and the Federal
government were for a long time
loath to- step into these bombings
at an.
When the Jewislh Community
Center was bombed in Nashville
about a year ago, Rabbi William
Silverman got a phone call.
You have two children," said
an unidentified volee. "v j send
them to school. Better take them
out of ) school. You wouldn't want
to see them hurt, would youp."
Silverman told me that he tri
ed to get the FBI at that time
to listen in on his telephone in
order to trace other calls ihreaten-
ed some of us to name The Great
est i-n.ertainer .of them, all. ...
And then they decided not to use
the article because so many elect
ed Al J olson. viOur ballot told, of
the night a big benefit was stag-,
ed at the Century Theater. .Dur
ing World War One. .The b'U in
cluded every star you could
name. .Including Opera's No.
One man, Enrico Caruso. ., .They
put him on next-to-closing, most
Important spot on the menu. .
He had the packed theater yelling
with joy. .For his finale he had
used a flag-finish. .He sang. "O "O-ver
ver "O-ver There!" by George M. Co Cohan.
han. Cohan. .It would have been trea
son not to applaud it. .In short,
Caruso, kil'ed them and had 'em
in the aisles, "nobody could fol follow
low follow that". ,. .Except Mr.. Jobon,
who came on next and panie'd
them with his opening crack:
"You ain't heard nothin7 ye't".
. .They wouldn't let him off.
j mm
Columns of figure

III
m MI HI I

1111

You won't fret over figures with the compact;
wlorful Burroughi Tea JCey adding machine.
Its ipeed and accuracy make It easier to add,
subtract, multiply and total For deUili .
call your urroughs man

BOYD BnOTHERSjlW

ing his life. .But the FBI safd It

could only tap his: phone it they

put a Deeper on tne wire which
of course would immediately re reveal
veal reveal that the phone .was tapped.
To tap a phone, FBI agents ex
plained, was illegal.
xms isr Uue. But the FBI has
tapped various telephones in Wash
ington. ,. t ,r
. LIGHTER SIDE
Sitverman -was faced with the
problem of. keeping his children
in school and risking bodily barm
or taking i them out and making
uiem secona-ciass ciuzens. ne sept
them in school.- However, the local
Nashville police insisted that : he
carry a revolver. .
"I'm a man of God; not a police
man' protested Silverman,
However, he- finally aereed to
be sworn in as a deputy marshal
and carried a gun in one pocket-
wim a cannage cup in tne otner.
Hit children instead of being in-
um:aated thr ought it was wond-
erf ul that their father carried i
gun. They would have liked to see
him? go- one step further and get
horse called "Suver."
This was the lighter side of the
bombing at Nashville,
f pa the tragic side, the syna synagogue
gogue synagogue had to be-guarded by spe special
cial special police day. and night: And if
you drive by the. synagogue in A-
Uanta at night and stop your car
you are certain to be questioned
by the police. a
This is hot the wav to worshln
In free Americarlt's nearer what
we accuse the Kremlin of imoosinz
in-'Russla.:;.'-'

The Justice Department also has
been slow about realizing the dan danger
ger danger of the terror and hate which
has been creeping through certain
portions of the ation. k :
When rioters first ; began chal challenging
lenging challenging Jhe Nashville plan to in integrate
tegrate integrate the' first: grade of 1 its
schools, Mayor, Ben West telephon telephoned
ed telephoned the 'Justice Department In
Washington for aid.
Toe Federal government had de de-creed
creed de-creed that schools must be inte integrated
grated integrated in due course and the ma ma-your
your ma-your wanted help from the Federal
government in keeping lav ::- and
order when these rulings were be being
ing being enforced.
.. "DISGUSTING, THING"
"We wsited all day long for
word from Washington," said West

"Long-distance calls went back
and forth. No results. We kept
waiting.: Finally the superintend superintend-ent
ent superintend-ent of schools and I took matters
intoour own hands and asked for
an injunction against the rioters.
We got it. ; -v' ,f
"We weren't going to let a bunch
of hoodlums interfere with educa education
tion education in our. schools. The police, I
might add, did a magnificent job.'
s "I dont like to involve Federal
officials here in Nashville," conti continued
nued continued West, "but they were disgust

eo witn me way their superiors iff
Washington ducked and dilly-dallied
while we sat here waiting. It
was the most disgusting thing I
have ever seen."
Talks with various state and ci

ty officials in Southern states con con-vincedme
vincedme con-vincedme that the hate bombings
which. ;,have continued gainst
schools and places of worship, first
got started from disrespect for
law.
When law breaks down at any
one pint, disreoect becomes con.

tagious. It spreads from schools
to churches, from the North to the-.
South and it becomes, as it has
today, a national problem.
itt'.a.;
Watches
ft o t ...
work wear you out ?

1 -''si'' .." ji- . i :

:, .A)rv;;:i.i"t.-:;f

c

monsters, etc.

AVE. JOSE fee. de la OSSA 38 :
tors of Cosmopolitaa Mf sslne ask
'TEL. t-2011
': i-r ". :,v 1 i - V.'- '!"

--aa--a-laa



t:

l1
J"
t J
4 X.'
1. -: .1" 4 -
,
f AGI TESS
' M0ND$T3KVEMBEtt.lT.'195f v 1 x-
THE FAHAMA AMERICA Alt WDMEWDUfT DAnXJCEWSPAFE

ssjiMrtitfciwmii

At Trinity Church

In

U. S. Army Uaj. Samuel Ander
bou will speak i a public meet meeting
ing meeting to-beheid in the Trinity Me
thodist Church,-Colon) oa Thurt Thurt-day
day Thurt-day it -wai announced bit week.
" Anderion." Neero American,

will Deak on the educational op-

poriumuea lor couwva gwgm m

tne vnuea Aiasa. ? ? T a

Thia meeting it the aecond u a

aeriei or com m unity jnceuuxi Be

ing held- at the Ttaalty Methodist

Church by tne society oi me uooo
Khinherd at the invitation of the

Trinity Methodist Church Jfeo'i

t Jtmonff the distinguished futstt

xpcted to attend, an u. S. consul

Ruuibnde vamei ana namva

Mender, acting Governor of Colon.
The Mihlie la Invited to attend the

if. wan k.Mi. 4 'Vfn

meeting, wuiuu wm w'n mv

U.S;i Lalin America
!Iced Each Olhsr,

SANTA'S riELPERs4-Not all the workers who assist Old -St. Nick operate at the TNterkh Pole.
Pic, JosTQuttdrreayNSNf WUlam fl. Wight and Pfc Carlos Ferguson, left to right ere giv giv-ina
ina giv-ina Santa an assist xlaht., here In' the troDlcs bv sortirur the laree volume of Christmas -mall

channjeling through the -joint Army and Navy postal processing center, Fort Amador. The. cen-
ter laone-of M' buaiesspots an ttie Isthmus just now,' with about 6000 pounds of holiday' Jinail'j

tries. Matt 1s sent from, Armv and Fleet Dost offices to the Canal Zone post office In Balboa

idvthen ii.& shipment. (U-S. Army Photo)

in

i-'y'

QUSl

nai

6duction Up

uespit

Many Work Stoppag

es

WASHINGTON, Nov.17 (P1 -Tne-.Fdtfa1'lrtejlsir
board has re reported?
ported? reported? that' industrial production
went Up 4lightly in Ootober for the
sixtH month in a row .despite in in-creased
creased in-creased Wort stoppages
Experts said, the figures, release
ed yesterday meant 'that business
was -recovering' ftem; statrap at
a slower ata'.;'lthan during the
summori Jffiowever the vclimb' had
been generally, expected:1 to level
off .nce;most' oi thev ground lost
in tixjjj'mcili UP-
the October rimprovemerit was li limited
mited limited by strikes. Particularly in
i the .nmmm-
ries. i "r
pTheSrepoi ;coincdedK 'with 7
LabofV Birtmeijtl annoUitcement
that more workers went-on strike

in September -i thlh:' ', any pre.

vious month in more
years. ''.v'f'.K,,:

than two

the Department said that about

400 work stoppages started in the

montn idling about 500,000 .worK .worK-ers
ers .worK-ers for about 2,50,000 man 'days.
It said strikes in the auto industry
accounted for an estimated .,oqe .,oqe-thifd
thifd .,oqe-thifd of the workers, involved.

The Federal Reserve Board 'said

its index of factory and mine pro

duction, which is based on'V the

1947-49 average, rose one percent
aBe .point tiff October to 138.

y;The' slight; rise placed the index
9per cent above tW recession low

recorded last April but still 5 per percent
cent percent below the high during the in
dustrialvboom in mid-1957.

; The output of durable goods last
month was held to September le levels.
vels. levels. -But the production of non

durable items advanced on
broad front

Pianist Juffer

To Donate Concert

Receipts To Fund

The proceeds from the concert

to be hem tonignt at -we usu-jwjj
Armed Forces Service Center be

ginning at 8:15 p.m. ,witt be donat donated
ed donated by the artist to the Canal Zone

United i una.
i

the artist is Pfc. Leo Juffer,

24-yea'r-old concert pianisu su
tioned in the office of the Adiut

ant General. United States Army

Caribben, Fort, Amador and who

is making his Canal zone aeDut

tonight.

Patrons fori the concert are MaJ.

Gen. and Mrs. Charles L Dasner
Dasher is the commanding genet'
al, U. S. Army Caribbean.
The nracram, will include intrlc

ate ana exciting; compositions of
Bach, Mozart, Schmann, Chopin

Debussy, and Kahalesvlcy.
s Admission charge for the con.

cert is $1. Servicemen wiu De aa

mitted free of charge.

WiSmwRTOT'. .HaroM KUi.

aen, who ied ,faOv unauceaisful
"dumb Nixon"-4riv in1 1356. OB

why he failed ta include Vice

President enara Yixon 11 11111
of GOP presidential contenders:

. 'My;.-.v.Wi on tnats are well
known and' 1 belieVe the results tt
the (recent) elections proved me
righC-...;. ;,.;;,:,

mptt Nln .. A: Rockefeller,

governot-elect of Hew. York,
.a Hnaer U.S. coooer ation with

T.n America vesieruav Decause

w : TTnited sutes alone cannot

match me loylet.Union in land

maw or rawv mawnau.
i SmnM to believe that La

it tpriblv Important

th.t T .Hn Amaric ia terribly lm-

ture,"- he told aewtmen.

i Rockefeller looa w wia

An tmiri nf Ma rice farn near

Ao.wona and Mi eattto range

near San ernanao w

he described his views on U.S. po policy
licy policy toward Latin America and
praised Vice President Richard

M.' mixon as one vw.
sponsors of the current reassess-

The governor elect said after

World War II, U.S. Army war
rvi. faientpA that only two areas

sk the world possessed sufficient

oisiwuwiir raw maienaia. nu

mas s and i industrialization to

stand alone the soviet umon aou

the western nenuspnere.
. Tha ,TTniti statei alone does

not poasess the land mass nor the
raw materials to, b.al to ttaad

ha aaid. "Tnereiore, u

ia to our; own mulualinteraala

throughout- the western aemti;-

phere to wort .rogouwr.

tllHil

T'ENT'ION

DE

IN FRONT OF THE PUBLIC MARKET

Tel. 2-3451 Tel. 2-2031

Announces that it has just received:

o Fiber Glass for draperies

o Slip covers arid drapery cretonne
with water repellent, stain r
resistant finish

o Cretonne with the exclusive satin-

back and many more beautiful
decorative fabrics

"'" '"A'. .''f.-V''" 'V -'

PAX

Una

... .-.

' :.

uote

, ATLANTA Rep. Brooks Hays

:D-Ark.), a moderate recently de-

eated by a seirreeauonist candi

date, on the South racial prob prob-lemsr
lemsr prob-lemsr .V-..---P: '"'"v'- -'

Hl believe mat this problem

that has .grown into severe racial
tensions :. will be finally solved

larcelv., by extrveovernment ef.

forts outstfe oi government,. Con

gress ftn.'.couri"i ,.

TACOMAr aab.V4 VS.

trict Judge George H: Boldt, try trying
ing trying :: former teamster President

Dave Becx on income -tax evasion
charges.- on a defense attorney's

objectionr to newspaper : cover

'Wi not 117 uui mm m ua
newspapers. The; gentlemen of the
prest must do their Job lust u
you must do yours- and I must
de mine."',. ,
-YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK.

tnree men who Umbed the sheer
granite, face oi cliff caUed El
Capitan, on why- he did it: H. :
"Some people' day eolf. some

bridge, some tiddlywinks. I climb
rocks." ;, ..,:. -' ...

Hiila Hoop Contest

To-Be Featured

By Club Nacional
An' added attraction to the

Thanksgiving Day dance to be

iponsorea d; un ntiuui
f.S.C. will be a hula hoop con con-est
est con-est with a snecial prize for the

winner, it was announced today.,

t The dance, wnicn wui ne nem
at the National Distillers Bohio
on Nov., 27, will get under way at

J p.m. with music by the Jets

combo ot, Ainen rnimps.
. Other features will be a special
Thanksgiving dinner with all the
trimmings, and a number of door
prises. v.-.

SATINA CARRIES YOU SMOOTHLY

THRU THE IRONING HOURI

Sofina...
Ih tfO Ironing

Id In fhe lrfe box.

All these selling at the

Incredible price oi 1.50 yd.
Member of

"Cuenfas
Comerciales"

.f s.. I lit Vl 1

Host At Wild Parly
Told To Leave ftome
Or 'Bo Thrown IDur
ROME (UPh rVter Howard,

stepson of American millionaire

George- vanaerbtit. got the gate

from Italy last night for his cele

brated party featuring a strip

tease by a Turkish belly, dancer.
Howard said he was advised
to leave Italy' "peacefully, erace-

fully and quickly, or I would be
thrown out." He took the advice
and said he planned te leave for

fans dunaay. ..
The society playboy said ah
American Embassy official relay relayed
ed relayed the advice from the Italian

governmept. Buta far as ,he

knew, he said, vTurkish dancer
Nanah Kaish, the, cause of it all,
still was in town.' 'li:
Sh Jiad pontted at his pri private
vate private party lor i some 300 buie buie-Moods
Moods buie-Moods and snow people at a
Rome restaurant Nov.' 5, The po police
lice police raided the mac as Miai

Kaish' waa- gyraanc around a

bongo. mim .ireased oniy11inJbakk
lace panties,- v: '
At the !sam party, twedisb- star
Anita EkbergVdid a torrid cha
cha chat.rdancerfully clothed ex

cept ror snoes and'- stockings.
'Officials were considering legal

charges against Miss- Kaish : for

"indecency m a publie place."
The Vatican City newspaper Os

servatore Romano blasted' the

party for. me. third time and de demanded
manded demanded .that Roma rid.itseU of
."ocialiiiee"

....... .L,ai
.if--4.

if.

RenJeVbcr The

. .. cAncnn

mcr oMiud th nw

DM

For o PATIO ''-J
O LAWN jn
o porch sflfm

Any ooe of these make an ideal Christmas gift
USE OUR LAY-AWAY, REVOLVING. CREDIT yi
OR EXTENDED TERMS t y f .1

Mr. Comfy

CyflV urnciursj- ana iiwrif urufriurny v?vrw
4th of July Ave. Jc H St. Tel. S-07U

Come In and Ask how- to
WIN $1,500.
in our XMAS DRAWING

WEOIVE
"Chico" de ORO
STAMPS FREE TOO I

7

i A II II

The tiniest watch in the world
((watchmaker of ViUeret since 1735)

t

2

Lucky Wionm' in, Pur
Aaf le

VERONA TTARREtt '
CARL J. 8WANEY '
CLE VELAKD4 ROBERTS
V MERCEDES HVI.DEG.,PE PAREDES
. ARMANDO OWARDI A V
Dr MARSlCANO v c
t ALBKRTO A GTJARDI A t
RITTO FERNANDES
MiX CUCALON JR -f ;'
, COURTNEY 8TEMPEIV., :
GLADYS fRECIADO
. VEUA DE RENDON
' If your Sales Slip Ends

in J. You' won too!

. jj Where Ton DonWe Yonr Money Free

UsW b BLANCPA,N
These essence of femininity... combined
with master craftmanship... to give you
the watch every woman wants. Give your
lady one for christmas... it's different,
practical, beautiful,,, and ho, sooo feminine
Make your selection rJOW.,. Use our Lay Away' Plan

THE JEWELRY STORE
18-47 Central Aye. (137)
"Chico" de ORO Stamps

"

IS'

Hi
.4
y
-?
1 1
'i

A

K t r



fat PANAMA AMERICAN AX IKDmN&m daily HernAm

1 y MONDAY, V6YYMBEB 17, 193

Social and Otlierwite
Bi Staff

Box 134,
Panama

Jf ff L mmJ If uLfL P 3-0740 1-07U 8,00 J 10 ... mlf

plANisT to afpear in concert tonight
F$K THE BEriEfriT OF THE UNITED FUND
HUT ?fc. Leo Juffer of Fort Amador, pianist, will be present presented
ed presented in concert mis evening at 8:15 at the USO-JWB Armed
"Torce Service Center. . .,
T The artist will include compositions by Bach, Mozart,
-Schumann, Chopin, Debussy and iUbalevsky in his presenta presentations,
tions, presentations, f atrons lor the concert are Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Charles
JL Dasher.
- Proceeds from the concert will be turned over to the
United Fund. Servicemen will be admitted at no charge,

Inter-American Women' Club
Coi.ipeies benefit Plant
The bencLt card partyn tea and
entertain planned by the Inter-American
Women s Ciub to aid the
Bella Vista Children's Home will
beg ..2 a. i:3u p.m. "morrow at
the Fort Amador Ofnicers' tlub.
Tea and refreshments will be
w" i iUa onto-

served at 4 p.m., ami
tinmen,, inciuoini, the Thrill Shop
show, is planned wr 4:30.
Tickets lor the benefit may be
obtained at .he door.
Models for the show, call stu students
dents students J homemaking classes at
Balboa High School, will be Janet
Adkinsn Bsrbars Ahr, Charlene
Bshop. Barbara Bongiorm, Ma Ma-ri'lvn
ri'lvn Ma-ri'lvn Brown, Pat Cowl Inez
Clark, Eilen Cox, Bonnie Davis,!
Sharon- DeVore, Mable Ebernes,
Edna Gerhart. Glenda Kent, My-i
ra Maduro, Sheila Mitlne, Sue Mit Mitten
ten Mitten Barbars Parker, Marilyn
Smith, Sheila Snydern Donna Tra Tra-savage
savage Tra-savage and Ann Wood.

Chairmen for the benefit an

nounced today that the cocktail

lounge of the cluu has been re

served for those who Wish to do

not plan to attend the card party,
but wisn to be present lor the tea

and entertainment.

MEETINGS

' Uif rniMM.

Ambitsador And Wife

Have House Guest h

The Ambas ador from Ecuador

in Manama Hugo Moncayo nu
Mrs. Moncayo have as their

house guest Mrs. rrancisco uno
usegueua, wile of the Ambassa Ambassador
dor Ambassador ol El Salvador in Peru.

Itthmiin Toasimasters
Plan 0 nner Meting
Vincent tsiava will be toastmas toastmas-ter
ter toastmas-ter ot me evening at a meting

oi the Istnmian iodsunasier. uuu

'luesuay evening at 6 in the Fern

Horn oi the iivoli Guest House.

he wilt have as hs speakers Joe
isnganui, Uick Home, iai Moran,

John Kedcung end Harvey Meag

ner.
ine general evaluation will be

given Dy Buck Taylor, and table

topics will be handled by Alired
1 tirazas.

'loasimasters who are unable
to attend, or those who plan lo
u, ng guesu snouid call 87-313.
Aiiyoiu ime Ciieu in amending the

meeting may obtain further liuot liuot-mauon
mauon liuot-mauon irom tor. Sianey Taylor,
Aavy Mi or 2410.

Teen Age Queen
To Reign At Dance

Miss Diane Hickey of Margarita
will star, ner oiucial reign as
Teen Age Queeji at a dance plan-

neu tor iio. M at the Breakers

Club in Coco Solo.
Music for dancing will be pro
vided by the Air Force band.

If you are afraid that a dron dron-in
in dron-in roller's visit may make you
late to an appointment, the th.ng
to t'.a is to say frankly thai you
have an appointment and have
to leave the bouse at a certain
t'me.
That is better than keeoing the
person you have the engagement
w.th waiting for you lo arrive.

Farfan Wives Present
Baskets For Birthdays qh
Mrs. Kay Hanson and Mrs.
Bcvei'iy bell were cohoaesses

the resular monthly meting of

Lie Farfan i Wives Colfee Cub.

Birthday baskets were presented

to Mrs. Mary Lund and Mrs. Syl Sylvia
via Sylvia Stateer.
The next meeting of the club is
planned for Dec. 3.
-ONTlNUED ON PAGI FIVE)

QUICK ENERGY

:

8:iniiJi:(j.YiifMi

seek) aetice tor inclusion la tlili
column should bi tukmrttte
type-writta torn ana1 mailed
Ike bos aumbet listed daily in 'So
ial ana Otherwise" et delivered
kti to (be eHice. Notices or
saeetlnes ceftaet be soseoted by

tettBtieae.
Isthmian Nurses
The Isthmian Nurses Associa Association
tion Association will have a special dinner
meeting Tuesday at 6:30 at the
Tivoll Guest House.
Miss Frances Beck of the In International
ternational International Congress of Nurses,
who Is here at the Invitation of
the National Nurses Association
of Panama, will be the speaker.
All nurses on the Isthmus are
invited to attend. They should
call Balboa 4296 if they have not
made reservations.
Gamboa Women's Club
Tun ,-tnn crirrai ma.nft.eer

tl Villi Dftl"w,
of the supply division of tne
Panama Canal Company, will
. .. i t ir.an of the

speaK tnis evening bk
Gamboa Theater.
The Gamboa Women's t31ub,
who invited him to speak, have
invited all persona in the com community
munity community to attend.
Electricians Union
Members of Local Union 397.
International Brotherhood of
Electrical Workers, will meet
Tuesday.
Orrin Burrows, International
representative from Washington,
DC Is expected to attend the
meetinfe, and all local members
are urged to be present.
The Atlantic Camera Club will
meet tonight at 7:45 in the club
rooms at Mt. Hope. Mrs. Flor Florence
ence Florence Mallett, of the Diablo Cam Camera
era Camera Club will present a lecture
and color slides on "Alpine
Countries Italy and Switzer Switzerland."
land." Switzerland." Isthmian Rebekah Lodge
The Isthmian Canal Rebekan
Lodge No. 1, will hold a regular
meetlne Tuesday evening at 7:30
at the Wirz Memorial In Balboa.

Barbershop Quartet Singers
A regular meeting of, Barber Barbershop
shop Barbershop Quartet members will be
he'd this evening at 7:30 t the
Agewood bohlo.
Irving Zatt Lodge
Members of Irving Zatt Lodge
of Bnai B'rith are reminded of
the regular business meeting
this evening at & In the meeting
hall of K.S.I. The annual elec election
tion election of officers will be held at
the meeting).

Atlantic Side PTA
The Atlantic Side Parent Parent-Teacher
Teacher Parent-Teacher Association will meet
this eveninp at 7:30 In the gym gymnasium
nasium gymnasium of the North Margarita
School.
After the business meeting,
Mrs. Diana Chiarl Gruber, an
authority on Panamanian native
art, will address tha group. Re Refreshment
freshment Refreshment will be served later.

OMEGA S,

1

eatna$ler

z - -- ,-,r 7s .-.--,- ..
fcg):1' THE VOICE OE? :
$0 broadwaV-
fy Dorothy Killgqlkn

JOTTINGS IN PENCIL

Ava Gardner's newest flicker,
"The. Naked Maja" a headache

from the start has technical proo
iimi as well as the much-publi

cized temperamental ones. Lots of

.he Tony f ranc osa aiaiogua re recorded
corded recorded in Europe has to be re re-dubbed
dubbed re-dubbed in New York no fault f
Tony's, the experts in Spain goof goofed,
ed, goofed, and of course it will raise the
budget on the already yfery expen expensive
sive expensive movie. .Meyer Laniky is
ailing In Cuba. Heart trouble.
Chums say he'd like to find a buy buyer
er buyer for his piece of the Hanaiu Hanaiu-Rivlera
Rivlera Hanaiu-Rivlera but there are formidable
obstacles.
Insrid Bergman plans to be on

this side of the Atlantic for the

December opening of "Inn of the

Sixth Happiness." so. it's unlikely

she'll be present to reeeive the

Borne court decision on her an annulment.
nulment. annulment. Both she and Bossellini

are Dt to be renresented by prox

ies when the b g moment copies.
. .Edith Piaf will be well enough
to come to the U.S. next month.
She'll probably bring her new

protege, George Moutaki.
Have an example of thr- power

of publicity, even the worst kind:
Haish, Nana, the Turkish bel'y bel'y-dancer
dancer bel'y-dancer who competed w.th Anita

e-kberg at that recent wild party,
in Italy, Is the recipient pf a five,
figure offer from a"' Las Vegas
night spot. , .A high ranking
crooner msy have to give one of
his houses to the government as
partial settlement-on his six -figure
income tax debt. He's in trou

ble chiefly because he loves to

gamble.
Renata Tebaldi's first "Madame
Butterfly" at the Met drew 28
curtain pa!l Kim Mmmlr kit

to Clifford Odets .German jazz

re&umea unouroening her psyche
pianist Jutta Hipp is in semi-retirement,
enforced -. type. She's
been dropped by the union.
It ws "dreams-come-true" stuff
for Willie Oruffy, a Jimmy Dean
fan from Aloxatutrii V, nrhm

Jimmy Sent for her and gave her
a job as bis secretary. She's per perfect
fect perfect for the part, has kept a scrap-

IJUlffY III Mil III" XI'LIVI IKK i iinsi n

first TV appearances and proba-

Diy Knows more ahout his career
than anyone else in the world.

Tallulah Bjnkhead's "Co Star"
album (throne with the gimmick
where you folks at home perform
OODOlrit thit r1hrti nutanll

all the other actors and actress

es almost two to- one, so she s
been asked to ecord a second
one. , .,
Well, fe'lows, have a feature
story: Tricia, the new long-stemmed
Conover cuties, is a morti mortician's
cian's mortician's assistant in hwr min tima

the mortician's her dad, in Na-

yonne, n.j. .or the Oh. Come
On Now! department; all those

rumors aoout Aaiai aievenson hav having
ing having dated Peggy K'ng, .Sheilah
Hraham')! hlrtdrnnh "RslnvA1 Tnfi.

del" is mightly enterta'nlng read reading,
ing, reading, and her omission of any ref reference
erence reference to her romance with Quen Quen-t
t Quen-t n Reynolds indicates she mp.v
hive htld out enoush material

for a sequel.

Houseboat," ooening this week

st the Capitol will be given o' ti tier
er tier and somewhat more startling

n

Watches

tiLeS when It Is presented iB
foreign countries. In South Amer America,
ica, America, the film will be.'TU See You
In My Arms" OTe Vere en Mis
Brazos');-in France it will be
called "Houseboat of Happiness"
("La Penlche du Bonheur"), and
in Taiwan it will be titled quite
simply (and most inaccurately),
"Junk." s
According to interested parties
on the West Coast, the Tempest
Storm-Herb Jeffries item is still
blazing. .The stories linking mid middleweight
dleweight middleweight Jose Torres with a va variety
riety variety of glamor girls re highly
fictionalized. The one and only
lass in his life is a hometown
sweetheart, BsmoniU' Ortiz' of
Ponce, Puerto Rico. .Judy Gar

land shelved a dozen pounds in 10
days on a new diet; ind there's
more to come rf. Whatever the
formula Is, It seems to be work working
ing working marvelbusly on one of Judy's

chief problems.

(

"Sweets" Edison, the treat

trumpet player, has reconciled

wnn nis wue, Harriet. .Push-button
telephones (instead of the dial

type) aren't far off. .sReserva .sReserva-tlons
tlons .sReserva-tlons oh jet plahes from New York
to Florida'-are in the black mar market
ket market class already. Tickets for
dates around the Christmas holi holidays
days holidays are as much as $25 extra un under
der under the table,

Cy Coleman's idyll with Made Madeleine
leine Madeleine Carr appears to have faded.
. .Barbara fluttbn, Is writing a
novel with thi RlvWa a Wlr.

ground and with two highly-paid

researcners to neip ner. (As :l
her own true story Wouldn't be
far more fascinating than anything
she could possibly invent.). .
Mrs. Al Capone, who denies she
siffnpd anv anrt nf affrmnt In.

volving the screen biograobn of

me gangster, w ii ao everything
oossib'e to halt the movie. The
Henry Schaefers of the brewing
clan are in Solitsville and talking

ii over wun ineir lawyers.

Br OIWAID JACOiY-,
Written far NIA larvisa

1 KOET0 tl

Alt
VAQtl
JT4
KM!
wirr KAiT
AQ107M AAKIII
ss
AQJ ) W0l
cotrra (D
4J
Jtt
AKQlOlt
T
North and South vulnerable
ftrth West Jitrtk KaM
Pass 1A Pass 44
Pass Pass fm
Opening lead s) i

Little League

Boys 9, Girls 7

Seven girls and nine oys were
born at Gorgas Hospital during
the week ending at midnight
Monday, Nov. 10, according to

the hospital report. During this
same period, 194 patients were

admitted and 169 were discharg.
ed.
Girls were born to Mr. and
Mrs. J. G. Godoy, of Panama Ci City;
ty; City; Mr. said Mrs. E. C. Gall, of
Panama City; Sgt. and Mrs. W.
H. Linder, of Fort Kobbe; Mr.
and Mrs. A- R. Small, of Rio
Abajo; Mr. find1 Mrs. C. A.
Brown, of ParftisO; Sgt. and Mrs.
fi. F, McDonald, of Fort Clayton;
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Mason, of Rio
Abaio: Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Seales,

of Colon; and Mr. and Mrs. John
I. Vogel.

Parents of bovs are Sfc andi

Mrs. M. E. Davis, of Fort Kobbe:

Sp.4 and Mrs. G. F. Teetor. of
Gamboa: Mr. and Mrs. A. Gor Gordon,
don, Gordon, of Panama City; Mr. and
Mrs. A. H. Liana, of Panama Ci City;
ty; City; MSet. and Mrs. C. R. May-

mi. of Albrook: Mr. and Mrs. L.
Wfldurine, o" paisma Citv; and
RSgt. and Mrs. I. N. Hadley, of
Albrook.

aMMwa in t mi I Wa!lMlJ'''M 8M'

1

The handiest place for a calendar is
obviously the dial of your watch,
especially when the watch happens to
be a fully automatic Omega. For the
you wear a high-precision timepiece that
never needs winding, while every day
at midnight sharp, silently and uner unerringly,
ringly, unerringly, the new date slides into the
calendar window.
The Omega Seamaster Calendar
does all this and more.

Its triple-sealed Seamaster case,
developed from the watches Omega
designed for Britain's R.A.F., defies
Heat and dust, shocks and magnetism,
is proof against water and condensa condensation
tion condensation to a depth of 200 feet.
The Seamaster Calendar introduces
you to an accuracy that rests on the
unique series of precision victories won
by Omega at the Geneva and Neuchatel
observatories. Here, pitted against the
astronomical clock, in keen competition
with Swltserland's most highiv prized
wrist watches, Omega has time and"
again asserted its precision leadership.
Precision, ruggedness. plus calendar
luxuryt these make the Seamaster
Calendar the moat carefree watch yon
can now own.
j Yeu are in step with progress when
"you wear the Beamaster Calendar...,

RENAULT mm motors

-&mmmmmmmmm

PRICtBt Stainless Steel
14K gold top
UK solid Hold
UK solid gold

"OMEGA' the watch the world hat learned to trust
Diaries Ferret Swiss Jewelry Store
GENERAL ACENT COLON, R.P.
Casa Fastlich, S.A.
Authorized Agent Panama City

I 70.00
$ ts.oo
S166.00
$114.01

I A

It

SSI aT

in

w
fiMunU

llll Lucho Azccrraaa

Dauphine

Ave. Cuba end 26 Striot

'DON'T I give uo dupli

cate?" moaned the unlucky expert.

wny don't you live up bother

ing me?' I moaned right back.
"Let's hear the tale of wore anyway!"

"I sat West and opened oh

spade," he said, "My partner
jumped to four and South who

was vulnerable and had nassed o-

riginally took a deep breath, sat

oack in his chair, gulped a cou

ple of times ind finaly bid five
diamonds.

"Everyone passed and as you

can se the club king was in

hack oi my ace and the heart ace
and quen in back of my king king-ten.
ten. king-ten. He wrapped up his contract.'

"What's so bad about that?" I

asked, 'rive hearts makes also

and counts more for them."

"So it does." he replied. "At all

other tables South chose to open
with some number of diamonds.

Invariably, we got into the bid bidding
ding bidding and landed at four spades.
This time no North or South play player
er player carried the ball any further.
Some just let us play four, spades

undoubted for minus 100: some

just let us play four spades un

doubted for minus 100: some

Norths doubled and made the

score of six hundred for bidipg
and making five diamonds.'

tl

Q-The bidding hs been:
North East tth wtt
Psss Pass
N.T. Pass : 4 Past
4 Pass 4 y Pass
4 Pass r
. You, South, hold:
3t M AQII5 KJ7I
What do you do?
A Bid seven elabs. Yanr
partner awa Uka the trtmbtf H
shew the spade see. If 7M don't
M seven here ye never will
bid it
TODAY'S QUESTION
The bidding has been:
North East' Sonth West
P"M i Pss
IN.T. Pass t
You, South, hold:
What do you do?
Answer Mtaday j

EVERY MONDAY
FROM
6:30 TO 7:00 W

Your Community Netvork YCN

840 Kilocycles
PANAMA

1090 Kilocycles
...COLON

Since space in this column in

the past has been given to work working
ing working wives to tell their success sto stories,
ries, stories, it's only fair to give a hus husband
band husband of a working wife a chance

to tell his side of the story. He
writes:

"If my wife hadn't insisted on

going to work 10 years ago our

family would be better off and
my wife and I would be happier
together.

"Sure, we got a few things

more quickly by my wife's going
to work. We traded the old car

for a new one. We made the down
payment on a home. And we had
a few luxuries sooner than we
could have had them on one pay
check.
"But I'm not sure that over the
long haul we are even better off
financially than we would have
been if my wife hadn't gone to
work.
"I lost a little of my ambition
when my wife seemed to have de decided
cided decided that I couldn't be trusted
to bring home 'the bacon without
her help.
"So, although I have a better
job than. I had 10 years ago, I
haven't set the world on fire-
which I might have done with a
wif who was dependent on me,
who believed in me, and who
cheered me on.
"Also, our life together has Suf Suffered
fered Suffered by my wife's holding down
a job. We aren't always able to
take our vacations at the same
time. Often one of us gets a holi holiday
day holiday and the other doesn't. At
night my wife is often too tired
to go out or to have friends in so
it's mostly work, eat and sleep
for us.
"We, have tw6 nice children
but they are clAser to my wife's
mother, who has looked after

them for 10 years, than they are
to their mother, for it ii to their
grandmother' house that they to
when they come in iron) ichOol,
She is the one Who Mi Mod Wait.

ing, who listens to their talk,' who

looks atter tnm wnen tney sr

't'rt nn.t Intl an iinaiiAAnut

n trying to blame his wife for

ill that is mining In his life. My

wire meant we i Know, wnen

she decided she couldn't wait lor

ms to f t her th things shs want
td for the family,. But I do hon

estly feel that If the had stuck to

her mam loo and encoursgsd me

to make the most of my busintss

opportunities we would be better

on.

"I'm just wondering how many
men with part-time wivei feel si
1 do," .........

WhoVWho?'

Answer to Previous Puzzfi

, ACEOSI Y
I rranklln
, 4 Muiial
Manhandle
II Lincoln'
U Melten rock
14 Monster
lIMaiof's,
partner
II At home f
-, event (two
words)
lirilh -20
Regions
II Pedal digit
22 Moral wrongs

Z4 city in

4 Slant
' I Narrow band
4 0ppos4 0ppos4-,T
,T 0ppos4-,T Girl's
nickname' -'
I Anchors -'
I Chills and
fever 1
10 Constellation,
maior er

- minor -HDraM

Orctal

II Shelley and
Keats, for :
instance '.
it Small bay

Jl former

Argentine -Dresidant
?

17 Cotton fabric
21 Sun disk

II Actress, Mae

40 Accomplish
- ments

41 Italian poet.

Remain
41 Writar.

fl. Gardner

Pennsylvania ; J4 Teminlne

wiuua iruiia d ACluai

IS Wrltln

Implements
27 Observed
10 Blow softly
12 Emissary
,S Tighter
IS Puffs up
11 Balaam's
steed
17 Greatest
99 Hue
40 Baptismal-;
vessel
41 Decimal unit
42 Lucky numbi
45 Rubbers
4 Values highl
51 Cravat
62Unde4
BI Oceans
84 aergeanl
55 Oriental coin
CI Norwegian
City
87 Diminutive
; suffixes
! DOWN
' 1 Sacks
2 Black
3 Denials

appellation

II Entrances in
fences

47 Tumult

4S Snake

21 Fish igga II Metric -, to Service
, (Pi) measurn groups (tf,f
TT1 b P MM M lit PI I
r r-:jr t
rrTr"-j
ri- j
r-- 'T' t
ZED Ej r ;

S 7

I Ki- a 1 a

no near rasn or

chafe forme.
Before dressing,
- I use Mexana
Powder. It keeps
me comfortable
all over .'..even on

hottest days!

I roxnif j

Mcsaaa does what no csrdiBSsy
Powder can do. Notosry soothes
your skin, but actually pmentt
aninor rashes, shoe rub. Gentle
snedidtion destroys irritatmg
skin surface bacteria. Absorbent
cornstarch base clings dose fbr
longcr relief. Get Mexana today.

WORLO'S UR6filT mUR6
MEDICATED FAMILY POWDEI I

F-

ttstKfieats MsxtHM Skin Crane Helpa tiaal Sort ttrgnnt HmW

AGFA

PHOTOGRAPHIC
CONTEST

your pictures . with AGFA
- "... ... i' .'
With grst enthusiainvls eentinulnj
the fabulous Agfa Photographic Qontiit. v
. : .... rf' . V.'
If you have not antartd your work! you
are still on tima to do it

Solids compact,
aaiy handling.
For doubla
film 9 mm.
Individual frame
dispoiitiva.
Faat eountar.
Lens f. 2.6, 11 mm.

$72.00

OUR CONTEST: "
Yeu tin tiki part of th Bit AOf A TmWkm
COtmt. Wtltt your Jilttiiji ,M 16U6wMg pHM:
roto HaloOn, niar th 1 Panarna Hlltott Botil
VII, Hermanos, Via Espafta 17-114.

. Joylria porral, plaza S de Mayo, s
. Orecha, 8. A., near Central Theater,

DISTRIBUTORS:

VILA HERMANOS, S.A.

VIA ESFAftA 17-114

A- r-c- L- Tir iiiinuniniii rm-m-rm-Yr nr --



v
"MONDAY, JJOVFMBER It, 1351
ft. rly'
'TEE PANAMA AMZKTCAlf Alt llfPEFEXOEWT -PAILT !HtW$PAf

)

"Social anJQli,

eriuiie
nut J

VI. II. I. .. 1

Mri. A- C Edwards and., her
daughter Mary, are spendmf two
weks in Americus, Ga. They are
.visiting Mrs. : Edward'a mother,

who ha been ill.. -

Jpa g cl!l Museum
Opened in Italy

PONTtDASSKV Italy' (UP.)

Italy haa for ages been a land
of museums and apaghetti.
No wonder that one day some some-one
one some-one should think f of : creating a
Spaghetti, museum.
J Thlai ti now aone. '
A recent congress of humorists
from all over the world officially,
inaugurated in this tiny northern
village the "Spaghetti -Historical
Museum." : t 1
Political,, municipal and' church
eathorlties attended, the occasion
together with humorists and car cartoonists,
toonists, cartoonists, who took the. day off

irom their, annual congress at

nearby Bordighera
'

On the '' initiative of a welt

known spaghelti manufacturer

who offered his home here, every

thing that tells the story of spa-

. ghetu-making Jias:peen couectec
for exhibition.
On exhibit Jre ancient and
modern poems, paintings, etch etchings
ings etchings and photographs dealing
with spaghetti; coqjc voooks with
thousands of. recipes for spaghet spaghetti,
ti, spaghetti, government decrees dating
back to 1602 which fixed the price
of spaghetti, and one decree pro providing,
viding, providing, up to 10 years' in fail- for
anyone employing harmful ingre ingredients
dients ingredients for the manufacture of spaghetti.

Also exhibited isr a perfect and
functioning reproduction of a spa spaghetti
ghetti spaghetti factory dating back to 1850.
Ancient books and drawing tell telling
ing telling the story of spaghetti are al also
so also shown. ...
One item which proud Italians
may not like is a reminder in the
form 6f a tale byoraveller Marco
Polo that the Chinese discovered

spaghetti as much as TOO

ago.

years

AmUrtens Have Guests

- Lt. Cdr. and Mrs. Raymond
Anderson of Quarry Heights have
as their house guests her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. p. P., Pettus, who
are visiting here from Portsmouth,

Va.
Ladies Cutlet tfe Hear
Chaplain Etterahank

. Hostesses for the meeting will
be guest speaker at a meeting ol

the Fort Clayton Protestant La

dies liuiid Wednesday morning at

9-30 at the religious center,
Building 126. Fort Clavton.

Hostesses for the meeting wilt

oe airs, dj c Auams ana Airs,

T. I. Broadhurst..

All Prntextint Wnmn' Af VhW

Clayton are invited to attend and

bring guests, t

Hew 'lk$ Ccnls

To Be Inauguralely

Definitely Kov. 30

Mount Olympus Lodge No. 559
and Eureka Temple No. 309 have
finally completed, arrangements
for the inauguration of the "Elks

Center", at Las Sabanas on Nov.

30.x .
Inaugural activities for the new

$50,000 building will continue Un

til Dec. 6, a spokesman for the

two lodges said. The building con

sists of a recreation hall with a

small cocktail tiar on the upper
floor. The lower portion of the

building is to be rented for a

commerciaestabllshment,.,. .;
The spokesman said invitations

issued to individuals',' societes and

fraternal organzations last July

to the inauguration which was
postponed will be honored for the
new inauguration- date.

AdaPiris Uips

Carrier Replacement

For Moilem HavyS
MIAMI, Fla., Nov. IT (UPI) -The
Navy's deputy chief for air
said today-that the fl!et Is
threatened with obsolescence in
its aircraft carriers, unless a re replacement
placement replacement program is "aggres "aggressively
sively "aggressively pursued" during the next

few yeas. (

Vite Adm. B.Pirie told the
Navy League in t prepared ad

dress that there h i serious re

strictioa in the performance of

aircraft we can fly rora them.v
Defense Secretary Neil H. Me Me-Elroy
Elroy Me-Elroy earlier in the week raised

some doubt as to whether the

Navy w.ll be allocated funds for

i second nuclear-oowered aircraft

carrier, in the military budget to

be presented to Congress next
January, ...... ::i.ri; .;: s-;.;:.:

McElroy told a news conference

that the second atomic carrier
would cost 3T5 million dollars and
said: What's got to be decided is

.Meeting

whether, that's the best

the money."

use of(

The Navy's program calls ,,-for

laying the keel of a super super-carrier
carrier super-carrier every year, and it is as assumed
sumed assumed that all of these will be
nuclear powered from now on.-

Pine said. '.We must be ready

to fight modern war with modern

ships." He told the Navy Leagu

ers "we cannot contain limited

waT with a show of force with in

ferior or obsolescent equipment."

Numismatic Society
The regular monthly meeting
of the. Isthmian Numismatic So Society,
ciety, Society, Pacific side, will be held
Tuesday evenlng at 7: JO at the
JWB-USO In Balboa. All persona
Interested In numiamatigs are
Invited to attend.

Fori Amador Officers Wlvet

The r Fort Amador Officers
Wives Club will meet for lunch luncheon
eon luncheon Wednesday at 12:30 p.m.

Hostesses win oe wives of ora

nance officers, with Mrs. John

C. Nickeraon. Jr. at chairman.
Mrs. Charles W. Jagoe, 82 82-4249,
4249, 82-4249, r is handling reservations
and cancellations.

Book Review Section,.
Canal Zone College Club
Mrs. H. I. Homa will review
the book "Israel Today" by Ruth
Gruber at a meeting of the book
review section of the Canal Zone

College Club Thursday morning
at 9:30 at the home of Mrs. John
H Redding. sS47A Christmas
Heights in Curundu.

Mrs. Joseph Koslosky will be

co-hostess for the meeting. All

club members are invited to at-tend.

Newcomera Club
The Atlantic Side Newcomers

Club will meet Wednesday at

1:30 p.m. at the Fort Quack

Service Club.

Watches

f" i The New 1959 English FORD

SIM
"World's Most Economical arid Comfortable Car"

r'
CYUINDERS

NOBODY; BUT NOFJODV, BEATS A CIVA DEAL!

T 40 X'SO Miles per 'wt
Gallon
4 1 v 2
Y fi-
C Va N
, ucyneoo n
E I I R

'55

(5

PASSENGER

CAPACITY TU" DOORS

COLPAN MOTORS
CANAL ZONE $2150 PANAMA $2395

See This Beautiful Car Today 1

Iacc ini dcbuuiui var louayi
t Cdmplete Line of Service and Repair Paarta

'57

'52

55

'52

'52

P0NTIAC
6 & Cyliinder

THE BEST LOOKING
THINQ ON WHEELS

K

VAUXHALL
General Motors
Product from Enjland
Small Car with
Big Car Comfort

ONLY CIVA CAN OFFER 2-4-66-8 CYLINDER CARS!
SEE CIVA'S USED CARS PRICES CUT TO THE BONE!

Chevrolet "8" Bat Air, Hlrdtop
Coupe, Powerglide, Radio, Color
Green A White ......$1,325.00
, Chevrolet "6" 210 Hardtop Coupe,
Powerglide, Radio, Heater. Blue
A Whitt ..... . ; $1 ,795.00
Chevrolet "6" Deluxe 4-Door Se Sedan,
dan, Sedan, Powerglide, Radio, White White-walls,
walls, White-walls, Green ........$ 545.00
Ford "8" Fairltna 4-Door Sedan,
Fordomatic, Radio, E-Z Eye Glass,
Whittwalla, Grey . 91 .35.0
Pontiae "8" 4-Door Sedan, Radio,
Hydramatlc, 2 Tone Green
f 550.00
Morris 4-Door Sedan, 2 Tone
Green Economical $300.00

SPECIAL
'58 MO 2 Door Convertible
Lt. Green, Radio. "A
Beautiful ear at a
BARGAIN PRICE!
$1,505.00

CIVA,
S. A.
Pontiae Cadillac GMC
Vauthall Bedford Lloyd
PANAMA COLON

57
'56
'54
'51
'56
'54
54
'53

Dodge "6" 2-Door Sedan, Radio;
Automatic Drive, Green $1,695.00,
Hillman 4-Door Sedan, Two-tone!
Blu $1,095.0Q,
Plymouth 2-Door Sedan, Radio,
White & Blue $ 850.00
Chevrolet 2-Door Sedan, Radio
Powerglide, Black $ 395.00
Taunus 4-Door Sedan, 2 Tonaj
Green $ 795.00:.
Oldsmobile Super "88," 2-Door;
Holiday Coupe, Hydramatic, Ra-'
dio, Heater, Green, Gray. w-'v
Cadillac "62" 4-Door Sedan, -'
Hydramatic, Radio, White Side
walls, Black . .$1,725.00l
Ford "8" 4-Door Sedan, Radio,
Black, White. .$ 595.00

"Christmas Carols' j,

lit MmA caDtLir!
(pAM&nfo
t
The latest musical hits of the outstanding
Lucho Aicarraga
in his sensational LP albums
"WjdodiaA JhopkakA"

a. ; s

f4

Jh& la&i d
. "''.
Luchita
Aquella Melodi'a
-and 10 hits more

111. "JW-1

lT .......... " V
'

7

,'i,i!miiii..iii.im

momem

X 'I'M"

"

4

Hi1

1 f

C?t &2 x i

Jw bsud d$
aCluJwf
Espjgadilla
Querube
and 10 hits more.

Afck for Melodias Tropicales, at the ET Panami Hilton's nefrttiid
'V. (': i :. ''.. '." ,v :, "J. 1 J f'-- -voces', .,
.'e and a tdmttlete collection ;'of other allmms of unforgetuble melodies intfrTirud hi imni
and wcllknown Iitin Amvican artist, U JVPAIVAMA ARTIST kc;, record Wts.

Buy. Ihem IUUAY at AKIcLtC Record Shops

"Sabor Curaialeno"

I ,' i

Sr-i

WW
; No.17-66, CENTRAL AVI.

s t ..... i



THI 'fAXAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DATXT XETWATtt 'l ; '. '' ' -4:- r. : 7M0KPAIyHOVeMMta-H, 1MI

AGB UX
Brow:

Gilts,

IT

I0H

i
i
fe felt
lt felt
t

t

Steelers Upset Giants
Eagles, Steelers, Rams
Also Chalk up Victories
NEW YORK, Nov. 17 (UPI) The Baltimore
Colts took a two-game lead in the National Football
League's Western Division yesterday by scoring a
17-0 victory over their closet rivals, the Chicago
Bears, before a capacity crowd of 48,664 at Wrigley

field.

Cleveland, 31-10. The Pirates
now trail Cleveland by two

(games and New York by one.

American Legion
Junior Baseball
Set For January

Ineton Redskins, 20-10. A sellout
crowd of 32,372 Washington fans
gaw Jim Brown of Cleveland
gain 152 yaids to set an all-time
NFL season rushing record oi
1,163 yards. Brown, who has four
more games to add to that total,
erased the mark of 1,146 set by
Steve Van Buren of the Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia Eagles in 1949.
The Pittsburgh Steelers gave
the Browns a vital assist by
.ur,fr, tv,o mp? York Giants,

who started the day tied with games.

In the Eastern Division, the
ripvpland Browns regained un-

aXSUUteu iusb uvo i id-

mme leaa over j-"" if

Giants Dy aeieaung wic nou-iuiu tuuu-fi ..-.

Bears in uie wraiciu j
downing the Green Bay Packers

20-7.

In the other games, Clarence
Peaks scored four times to spark

the Eagles to a 49-21 victory over

t.hp Chicago Cardinals ana uene

Gedman threw a touchdown pass

an1 scored twice to help the De De-trnlt.
trnlt. De-trnlt. T.inns defeat the San Fran

cisco Forty-Niners, 35-21. Each

nf t.hp 12 clubs has four more

TODAY I

I IS.
i

DRIVE-IN

STRONG MEN...
WITH STRONG HATES I

M-Q-M ... ii)

THE

Last Day!

Mm II

sun

AND

JAKE WADE
PWWQA OWENS ROBERT MIDDHTON
hniwruSaiic And tKTRQCOLOR

American Legion junior basebail
will set underway the early part

nf .Tannarv This wat on ft of the

decisions arrived at by the Junior
Baseball Committee at their lirst
meeting held at the American Le Legion
gion Legion Ciub this past Saturday to
discuss plans and organize the 19
season.

Trvouts for the Junior Baseball

League have been tenatively et
for this coming Saturday, Nov. 22

on both sides oi tne istnmus. com complete
plete complete details concerning eligibility,
asp reauirements. time and nlace

will be announced Tuesday or Wed

nesday.
League officials stated that this
coming season Junior Baseball
will have a longer playing sched scheduled
uled scheduled of from 18 to 20 games per
team.
At the Saturday meeting the fol following
lowing following league officials .were elect elected:
ed: elected: secretary. Muril Black: busi

ness manager, Harry Pearl; play

er agent, Aloises ae ia rena ana
Statatistician, Edwin Ward.
Committee chairman George
Black gave a brief report of the
i. t t; t

pasi years league atuvuuj muuu muuu-ing
ing muuu-ing a financial statment which follows:

Rectiptt:
Franchise
Collection and Sales
Special Events
Insurance

1500.00
209.25

205.00

76.00

Disbursements:
Uniforms
Cost of Goods sold
Umpires
Insurance
Insurance
Equipment
Tropies and Awards
Engraving
Awards dinner

1990.25

814.00
110.40
228.00
228.00
150.00
230.46
145.58
38.93
154.00

, 1871.37

The next meetingof the Commit

tee will be held at the Nathaniel

J. Owen Legion Club at Gatun at

2:00 p.m. Saturday,-Dec. 6. This
will be an open meeting and the
committee has extended an invita invitation
tion invitation to all persons interested in
junior baseball to attend.

TQDAY-iriaGAirQiis-TQDAY

CAPITOLIO
35c. 20c.
TIME TO LOVE
TIME TO DIE
with John Gavin
- Also:
BIG BEAT
with Fats Domino

T I VOL I
35c. : 20c.
DARBY'S RANGERS
with James Garner
- Also:
LAFAYETTE
ESCADRILLE
with Tab Hunter

VICTORIA
25c. 15c.
Spanish Program!
EL MAGO
with Cantinflas
- Also:
LOS SOLTERONES
with Luis Aguilar

RIO

35c.

20c.

THE
S C 0,R P I O N
Also:
HELEN MORGAN
STORY
with Ann Blyth

m$Qim$

nlL nn r? n

t
V
ft

jtMHaMB Wl I .IT ft Willi I t

ll tiEVJ Yonu I
WASHINGTON I
I I Miami Houston Dallas I

... end via connections fo I

II All the U.S. A. L-
II' CUt!! .

if I Avnidt

BroniW nrvl
more a'Nt ill
Ih. U.SJl. and
South Amtrica
, than any
olfwr oIrin.

8 flights weekly to the
U.S.A. "El Dorado" DC-7C
and "El ConqiiiitodV DCS for
fad, luxury servct. First clou
and tourist accommodations!

TRAVEL AGENT, or call Broniffl

fivofi 21 -A-38 El Panama Hilton Hotel

eephone 2-0975 Ttephorwc 3-7660, 3-4726
irln Coloni 10h A Front Ave.
Telephone 779, 797

HANDICAP WINNER Native champion Romancero crosses the finish line in front of Car Car-caman
caman Car-caman and Horado to chalk up his 13th victory of the year. Braulio Baeza, who won five five-races
races five-races yesterday and an equal number on Saturday,, guided the chestnut son of Keyhaven-Jam:
Roll to his triumph In the featured, $1000 Professional Baseball League Handicap for fourth
series Imported thoroughbreds. ir?. r. 1

Romancero Gains

Of Year In $1000 Handicap

13th Victory

?i Edito?; CONRADO SARCEANT

11
& & Ji

rjli .1

SOUTH

SEVENTH MARLIN
TOURNAMENT
(Sunday)
Leo Kriiza yesterday boated a

552-lb. black marlin on the last

day-of the Panama Marlin Club
tournament to put him in the Tun Tunning
ning Tunning for second place.
This was the second marlin
Erziza .boated during the tourney.
The first one weighed 330 lbs. He
was fishing from the "Flying
Scott".
Bob Harrington, fishing from the
"Caiman," did not have' such good
luck as he failed to boat the mar marlin
lin marlin he raised and hooked.
Sgt. Tessapore, fishing from the
'Hi 1

La Ray, boated a good sized papa papa-gallo
gallo papa-gallo on nine-thread line.' Its eight
was 37 1-2 pounds.
Bill Martin also had some', good
luck and boated a 9-thread sail sail-fish
fish sail-fish weighing lift pounds. His boat
was the "Nold.";
Daniels, aboardthe U.S. Runner,
weighed in a sailfish at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Yacht Club. The weight was
106 1-2 lbs.
Tillie McCbnaghy, aboard the
"Viking," also boated a salfish
The final results of all catches

in this paper as soon as the com

mittee and board of judges meet.
The tournament ended at 5 p.m.
yesterday.

Unbeaten Santamaria
Scores 17th Victory

Panama featherweight cham champion
pion champion Jesus Santamaria added
another feather W his well well-plumed
plumed well-plumed cap today, but at the
same time he apologized for not
knocking out Venezuelan light lightweight
weight lightweight Isidro Rodriguez, the
boxer he defeated by unanimous
decision at the National Gym
last night before a large crowd.
Unbeaten santamaria, who
has now racked up. a string of
17 straight victories, sent the
visitor to the canvas twice In
the third round,

Bat althouch Rodriguez ap

peared to be In bad shape the
rest of the way, the usually
hard hitting champion failed
to land the payoff punch that
most felt would have, finished
the bout long before the tenth
and final round.
Santamaria said he tried hard
to stop the boy from Maracaibo,

but he explained tnat aiwr

Mrnrmtncr Tsidro witn nara riguw

to the jaw in the third, the lm-

pact oi me -piowo vu
vere pain in his right wrist
which took a lot of sting out of
his punches.
Santa first hurt the hand over
a year ago when he decisioned
former bantamweight king Mel Mel-vin
vin Mel-vin Bourne.

Service Center Theatres
TONIGHT

BALBOA 6:15 8:40
James Garner ;
Etchika1 Chourean
"darby's r Angers"

COCO SOLO

Tom Ewell Mickey Rooney

"A NICE LITTLE BANK"
(That Should Be Robbed )
In Cinemascope 1

DIABLO HTS. 1 'M
Rex Reason Henry Morgan
"UNDER FIRE"
in Cinemascope 1

"I know I should have put him
away," the1 23-year-old Colon
fighter said, "but the boy Is
tough and the hand kept hurting

me too much. I'm, sorry I disap
pointed the crowd."
The winner weighed 127
while the disconsolate loser
tipped the scales at 129 V4.

The Venezuelan, his left' eye

completely closed after the
fight, wept uncontrollably In his
dressing room and as he waited
for a taxi to take him to his ho

tel. It was his first defeat In 26
fights as a professional.
In the semifinal Kid Foster,
154, and Benjamin Lewis, 153,
fought to a dull six-round draw.
The two four-round prelims
turned cut to be the most thrill thrilling
ing thrilling encounters of the evening.
In one, Conrado Williams, .123 .123-,
, .123-, took a split verdict from Jo Jose
se Jose Perez, 124; and In the. other
Seraf in Garcia, 124, gained a
divided decision over Eduardo
Frutos, 123.

The Haras San Miguel's classy

native champion Romancero yes

teraay aiternoon sprinted to a

three-quarter length victory in
the featured $1,000 Professional

Baseball League Handicap at the

fresiaent Kemon racetrack.

The triumph in the seven furlong

print was the 13th lor Romance

ro this year. It makes him the

winningest thorse thus far at the

local track in 1958. carcaman tin

ished second and Horacio third.

Riotous. Aboleneo. El Agheila.

Manandoaeua. Behader ana Matri-

culado trausd in tnat oroer.

Alter Romancero naa rusnea oy

oacesettins Riotous three furlongs

out and opened a tnree lengtn

lead entering, the homestretch, ca

caman came on strongly to gain

all the wav down the homestretch

but landed short by less than a

lenth. The time was a fair 1:27

1-5 over a tfood track.

Romancero was one of five win

ners riden by leaaing jocsey

Braulio Baeza but his most ap-

nlauded victory came in the eighth

race when he brught up Artie

Prinf ps to score by a nose after

she was overtaken:' and passed

and had apparently been beaten

by mutuels favorite Artigas.
naeza's other victories were scor

ed aboard Quickie, Michaux and

Sahri.

The day's; only longshof winner

was Julie which pan on to tne

tune of $53,60 in the third rape

uncer the handling of Julio Jime Jimenez
nez Jimenez Jr. Julie combined with sec

nnd nlace finisher Rubiblanco to

return $128.80 in the one-two.
The' dividends:
FIRST RACE
1 Grimilda $3, $2.20
2 The Squire $2.20
SECOND RACE
1 Argosy Royal $4.40, $3.60
2 Pardine $3.60
First Double: $7.(0
THIRD RACE

1 Julie $53.60, $6.40
2 Rabib'anco $2.40
One-Two: $28.80

FOURTH RACE
- Sahri $2.80, $2.40
Golden Wonder $3.40
Quiniela: $10

MARGARITA 7:00

John Howard Mala Powers

"UNKNOWN 4TERROR
in Cinemascope f

PARAISO
. Alan Ladd in
"THE DEEP SIX

7:00

SANTA' CRUZ 7:00
"TIMBER JACK" in Colorl
' and

Federal Agents 1: Underworld

Inc. Serial Chapters o-o

TAMP BIERD 7:00

Marlon Brando, Glenn Ford

"TEAHOUSE OF THE
AUGUST MOON" 1
In Cinemascope &' Colorl

'The Glenn Miller Orchestra'

Balboa Nov. 23 V Coao Solo

Get Your Tickets Now!
,m Wt'. ...

CZ Weiphiliffing
Coniest To Be Held
At Balboa Dec. 5
By BILL O'SULLIVAN
A change of date is noted here
for the third anr. aal Canal Zone
weightliftlng contest. The contest
will be held On Friday, Dec. 5, at

6:30 p.m. at the Balboa YMCA-

USO main gymnasium. It is 6 6-pen
pen 6-pen to U.S. military and civilian
personnel of the Canal Zone. Zone.-There
There Zone.-There yearly contests. three so

far, have proven popular with the

contestants and interesting to the
public itself. In last year's meet,
no less than tore, former Canal

Zone records were broken by

newcomers to the, UMCAT. USO

sponsored tournament. New rec records
ords records may again be made in this

coming event by men who had rt rt-tle
tle rt-tle or no Iriea what they could do
with barbells.

The lifts in this contest have

been especially selected for their
basic simplicity -n oerforming

them. No particular lifting expe experience
rience experience Or techniques need be had
by any contstant. Natural or ac ac-nnired
nnired ac-nnired st-en?th is sufficient. The
lifts featured -will be the bench

press, sauat and dead lift. M
anyone in good physical tone
may perform them. Some toning toning-un
un toning-un work prior to the contest may

be all the more rewarding, of

course. So why not begin now.
Ent res are currently being ac accepted
cepted accepted either by mall or in, person

at the Balboa YMCA Program Of-?

flee, ', Box 3675, Balboa, canal

A "bestlifter" trophy of liand-

some design will be awarded .'to"

the most outstanding contestant.

First and second place awards

will be, given in each weight divl

sion. Three experienced judges will
pass on each lilt performed nad

1 Miehaux $2.80, $2.20
2 Vergtfiaux $2.20
SIXTH RACE

1 i- Sabiondo $3, $2.60

2 King, $3.80
SEVENTH RACE

1 Alearaz $4.80. $3.60

2 Bucalemito $5 s
Second Double: ft
v-
EIGHTH RACE
1 ArUc Princess $5.80, $2,40

2 Artigas $2.20

,. Quiniela: S4.SO

NINTH RACE

1 Romancero $2.40 $.220

2 Carcaman $3.40
One-Twe: $11.40
' TENTH RACE
1 Quickie $6.20, $3.40
2 Al Justo $4
ELEVENTH RACE
1 Constantino $2.60
No place betting
C.F.N. Radio-TV
Sports Schedule

The Caribbean Forces Network

has announced the following

sports broadcasts for the week
Radio

1 Sundav Nov. 16 Football

New York Giants vs Pittsburgh

Steelers, 1:15 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 22 Football
Dartmouth vs Princeton follow'

ed by Notre Dame vs University

of Iowa 1:15 p.m. ;

Stateside football scores: sat

urdav. 11 n.m.. CFN News: Sun-

football game on raaio; luanu&y,
6:45 p.m. ori v Sports segment,

panorama: ,l .? P
Teleylston

, Wednesday Nov. 1 19 Wednes

day Kteht FiKhts. 10 D.mi

. Thursday, Nov. 20 light of

the week, jo p.m; jony Anmo

ny vs Sonny Ray.
Friday, NOv. ai Wrestling,
o.m. ,:'

Saturday, Vot.-JU College

Florida'Sl. Arkansas' St.-7

LSU 7,' M, State 9 C
Tennessee 18. Miss. IS

Auburn 21, Georgia v

Manama n, ueorgir Tech S -JY ;
Tampa J25,' Chafnoffga 19 ir"1. ?

uemeon ,c state V,
Vanderbiit 12; Tulahe 0 V
W. Virginia SO," W and M
Duke 29. Wake Forest 0 I n,
S. ,CaroIla 28. Vireinia 14 '--

Kentucky 20,-Xavier

utaaei 14, vmi 6' i '?'
Richmond 27, Davidson 2s. v

Sewane 47; Memphis S.W. 0

Drexel 20, W. 'Maryland Q 1
Presby 42, Analachian 0

Jackson St. 18, Ky St. 0 1

casters &y 24,Morehead r
W. Ky. 344 Aust Peay 16 x'
W, Va; St. 28, W. Va. Tech 2S
Hamp.Syd. 12, Wash and Le 0

Catawba 34, Guilford l6
Lincoln (Mo.) 24, Tenn. St. 12
S.E. a. 7, McNeese St. 6
E. Caro 36, Rand-Macon C
Jackson 18. Ky State 0

Mid. Tenn,27, E. Ten. 20

Ten. Tech 20, Florence 14

EAST

Army 26, Villanova 4)
Navy 28, George Wash. S
'Quantico 13, Rutgers 12

Princeton o,, Yale 14

Boston Col. 18, Boston U.; 13
Dafthmout 32,-Cornell 15

Penn 42, Columbia 0

Penn state 32, Holy cross 0
Brown 29, Harvard 22 i

Delaware 28, Bucknell 8

Juniata 33 Albright 12 .;. v
Syracuse 47, Colgate 0
Gettysburg 22, Temple 6
Williamu 12. Amherst 7

Tufts 16, Lafayete &

Mass. 25, New Hamp 24
Kingspoint 28, Trenton S. 2
Haverford 8,' Susquehana 7

Buffalo 34, Lehigh 26 .:
Allegheny 14, John Carroll 0

Lock Haven 12, Blmsbrg St. 8

wooster 28, ooernn zo
Ind. (Pa.) Tch. 13, Clarion 0
Hamilton 18, Union 0 -;
Frank-Mar 18, Muh. 13
Wesleyan 22. Trinity 18

Rochester 34, RPI 7

Lycoming 14,. Geneva 12

Johns Hopkins 25, pick son 19
Carnegie Tech ft. West'ster 0

Ca,l. Pa.) Tchrs 41, V and J 8
National 24, G WS Post -Lebanon
Valey 12 Ursinus 0

Conn. 36, Rhode Island 8
Hofstra 14, Springfield 13
American Iht. 38, N. Brit. 8
E. St'burg 16,' Mtclr St. 0 1
Scranton 25, Wilkes 0''
Shaw 54. Lincoln 8.

Upsala 27, Hobart 12... :

roiomac ai. ia; cammore e
Moravian 34, Wagner 6

Penn .Mil., Swarthmdre, canceled

nuuu wa ,14,. ventral l
Ind. State 19, Hanover: 13
Rose Poly VEarlha4a ;
Wf.V?f; dealer i;

Hope 26 .Beloit ft. J,
n. port i9. iidnivv viz, ;

St, Benedict' 21 w

iuwunum if Mt. TJn. I'
eidelbere 3.- iMnriiDv &

Hillsdale 0, N..Mich. J h
,edo2VYoungstowa-

Loras,. Whitewater, eahceled '"'
' '"''JiOUTHWIsr'.s o 1

Oklahornj, 39,' Mlsourf .o
Mis. Southern 41-VPI 0 L 1
Mis. Southern 41, VPI ft-, i;
Arkansas 13 siwir

ISM. M 28.' Kick' 21

22, Texas v
f S?;" Austin U -.
Austin 19. Tefl iMthhn 9

Tulsa 9, Texas Tck,

uisuup. m, xexas col. -12
Mex. 18, Pensacola AS 14
Jarvls 24, Butler 22 w

MIDWEST

24

Notre Dame 34, North Car

Ohio State 33, Iowa" 28
Nebraska 14. Pit 6

Indiana 8, Michigan 6
Purdue 23, N'western 6

Wisconsin 31, Illinois 12
Minnesota 39, Mic SL 12
Miami (O.) 34, Dayton 0
Akron 0;B. Wallaeu 0
Otterbein 18, Capital 18
Bowling Green 21, Marshalp 7
Cincinnati IS, Marquette 0
Kansas St. 14, Iowa St. ft

Marieta 44.' Bethany 36

N. II. 17, Southern H 7

cu. st. 26, waynesburg is
Kan. Wes. 6. S. W.X Kan. ft

Con. (Neb.) Ill, Con. (B

Ohio U. 23, Lbuisvffle :
Wooster 28. Oberlin 0 V

Kent State 32; WMich: ft

wai'aiso 27, wayne st.i,ft

Demson 35, Ohio Wesley. 14

W. Reserve 26, Case Tech 12
St. Joseph's 3, E. Mich. 0 -Manchester
15, Ashland 6
Bufler 20, Washington 12

Grove City 8, Hiram 2

Okls. State 6,' Kansas 3

Grinnell 21, Coe 6
St. Olaf 35; Lawrence 14

Ripon 53, Monmouth 0

Carleton 42, Knox 6
Depauw 24, Wabash 8
III. Normal 14, HI. Wes. 7

Dakota 38, low St. Tch. 14

;V'.'S;? 'i
Watches

'ARWT.

Oregon St .24. st.BrJ i

UCLA 7,-. Oregon-8 1

voxoraao 7. Utah- 0
Long Beach ft, JLK State' ft
Idaho 34, Utah State f.
Colo. Mines 13, Washburn, U

ugci oouna x, W..Waslu 0
Ctrl Wash. 35, Brit. Col.. 14
E. Wask. 34, S. Oregon 0
Pac. Lutheran at W'wt n

E. Ore. 20. GnvV ,vuSZFimm v

La Verne is. Pnmnm ti t

Brig.. Young 22; Denver 7

iTcw.wex. voio. StU. 12
Montana SL 20, Mont.n. a.

Colo. St. 16. IL.New.M.' m

Portland St. a;J West er T

yjoise jeDixle ft -s
IMenio JC 28. DiaWn 5

CASPIAN RO
Winniopegl0,6nti?t
lERVICi

Cmp; JeJ.; 34 Fii DJx iX

Florida A and M Alen 14
Morifan St. 60. Hsmntnn n

St. Augustuie 12; JC Smith ft
Fla. Normal 24, Falne 20
Voorhes 6, Si fe-Xrades'ft

Aany St, 30, uM0r; Brown it
Kings 20, Delaware -State ft
Uv'stone 28, St-Pul's ft
Biuefieid t,-m$nttr-V-
Morefwuse ft.Howarf ,"
Clark 2, Sav)mnh:St 14
Tuskeeee 14:; Dfllard' IS

Alabama Sfe20?Fisk

juane IB, woxvuie;i0; -Southerav2lvW-ae3PJ'fciV.s.-,
.
Xav. (N. fit.) 28, B;-Cck20
Daniel Payne42.-T0ugjiioO' 12
Shaw- 54. Lincbln8i-'
Rustj 60;.:OkoIona o
PraView SOsrVo! ;

- PREP SCORES
Edison 32, Boone 7 ' l ')
Curley ft, N. f MUwlft"'
Jackson 21, Hialeah-0
So. Brow. 7, Southwest ft'
FtvTiaud:i3SBack:l3''
Jai- Englewod 20DeUnd ft -Miami
High B 30, Palmetto .'.
Maya. Hi?h;l9r"Bopkerft -JA

TODAf.ENCANTO-35.203

.Rossano Brazzi J
iU';;v Joan'. Fontaine 'Jn'i'
-HA CERTAIN SM.,'Ey'!
Cinemascope ahd Colorl

Jeffrey Hunter In-I
, "COUNT 8 AND DIE"

THE GLENN MJttML
ORCHESTRA ;g
' vader e&ipctfeii ei A
jUY McklNLRf V
lillf -SS.
,:'yJ I o
r r.
""v I v.- .v" Jf V
y " -;ixii9ifli
rt,:.t.!.23
; ILUR rreriflemes I
tCA VICTOI.MCOMSt. J
aMtce:;
flCKETS'iNOW'ON 0

fir.

wig
t"
van
1:
"ft
SO'

football, 3 p.m. ' v
lity,:
K';i.
- t

tbeuv-tlecltion will be final.



MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 19SI

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE EYEN
TV.
f.

GqlfTourn tiftfent

PIN POINTS. -. No. 15

Less EKscting System

- by
JOE WILLIAMS

1-a fOCJCET JacarHora polnti out tle irp JwfM

V''

; Another of ai Instructional se series
ries series written for NBA Sarvlea
and The Panama Ajmaricn by
champions.
, By JACK HORN t
Format faitern, Operit JChamplon
PIN bowling follows the 'theory
that since the bowler is imin
t knock down pins, he should
aim at the. targek-the, pins, .,.'
Thii means, keeping his eye on
the target while, drawing an ima imaginary
ginary imaginary line -from th starting po position
sition position iothe-1-8 Tcke
Although fewer and fewer top topflight
flight topflight bowlers use this method,
pin bowling has advantages for
certain types, of balls, and the no novice.
vice. novice. "i

The majority of the superior
keglers employ spot .bowling,
which will be discussed in the
next installment.
Pin bowling can be effective for
those rolling, a straight ball or a
small fast hook. This 4s a less ex exacting
acting exacting system than spot bowling
since the bowler does not have
to rivet! his eyes on a small spot
but can look at the larger 1-3 pin
The Inexperienced bowler, who
is apt to make -any number of
mistakes in concentrating on his
delivery, is penalized less aim aiming
ing aiming at the pins rather than a spe specific
cific specific spot or board on the lane.

NEXT: Spat bowling.

Wfiat Ha ppe to Boxing
AftelW Has Milted It?

. By MARK! Wiwiwn
W YORK '-' (teJ 'Jttere
..... nioht in, 1950 at Madison

Js .uare Garden and Sammy' Rich Rich-man,
man, Rich-man, who had promoted fights at
u nut'ivn'c Broadway Arena ana

sen. Bummy Davis, OrM
Tprrv Youne and a flood oi

olhers. to the big-time leaned ovr.
ar-.i tapped $11 Bt,rI on the
shoulder. Y r -A.'
"Do you know, -who 4 w i'
Sammy asked. Berl. ..Mr. Televi Television
sion Television at the lime, shrugged., .
"You should,V Sammy said.
"You put me out of business. My
club ran on Tuesday, nights until
you came along."'--, t -
For lobars, that has been the
story The one. : fight -club ten tension
sion tension didn't put out of business, the
Internat'ona' Boxing rffyfc.tfpl
Berle and other ,eterJtav' ?ricj
ically kill the game by televising
two fights a week.
Truman Gibson, tne IBC s pre
, JenTgoe M
d'um. It is, for im afa a
to clear a profit --Jft-.
..juiui. th' heaoacne

D"S lies, il icuovj.w" -jr.: r--yt.
of making matches. q.promotpn

is required af his outfinese oys oys-Ju
Ju oys-Ju t get two run-of the.rgym.kids,
put them in ( for $4,000 each and
JsuU the flghtVfial bien

tlk seem to be a magnet for those

fightets who naye a si"
enough to lull ringworms to sleep,

WHICH IS WHY THB cocktail

aession; we, hadbn Madison Ave Avenue
nue Avenue the other; night seejns, -pertinent..
Holding. -a.i.tbinrStem'med
martini glass with the assurance
on'y a Wg network producer's job
givesf you, my televisioni guy ad advanced'
vanced' advanced' a thought. ;
'The sponsors are thinking right
aow.'f he began. "When, you-see
two of them sponsoring a show,
not tibo expensive, anshow" like
this one, then it means the shovj
doesn't sell enough 'm,warrant
sponsoring St entirely. ,
"The next thlni? you'll ee is the
id spacecut up into a lot of spot,
ads. Yon1 be' asked'to buy60 dif different
ferent different things during a 10-round
fighV SAfter th,t 'theym all .drop
out and goodby fight television.
"Teddy Brenner at the old St.
Nicholas Arena -in- New Y 6 r k
shows you that. H 4 cJtntitet a
eponsor for h's shbiKThe Monday
night! fights always had one, but
Intorta; droboaiL The Wednesday

and Friday night affairs wii' wind

up in thesamrcate,gory. -reevt-sion
will, take; prlxe. fighting for
dead.V i4;;v f b 4W

fFffCnVHaP!or
ASTHMA MUCUS
... Althma and Bronchm attack ruin
your lp, undcrmln your (tnnith
and waakan yoar.hrt. Mandtia
taru to work throuata your blood to
ovaroom aithma. and bronohltl t
tack, It lMlp dlMolva Wrangling; tnu
u and promote fr, cany brwth

ina. Mnaeo' aotion oiiartiv avaa
In old and ctubborn oaaa. Oat Man.

flahU dlaoomforta of Aathm Braa

oaltl and HajrFavar. ,

" "TV needed the fights and first,

Now it has reached the point
where they donVtio TV any 'good,
all it has and Jeave it for seriously
so the fights will be dropped like
a thot potato."

THIS WASN'T THE MAN who

comes to f x your set popping o'f

while putting jn a new tube. This
fel'ow is the producer of one of
:.TX!i top- lQ ishows.1 He makes
sense. '.
Truman Gibson authored state statements
ments statements for a TV periodical ex'ol ex'ol-ling
ling ex'ol-ling the virtues of the magic lant lantern
ern lantern for the beak busting business,
v 'We live together," he says.

meaning that this is quite pleasant

wuue. eatruitiiig me maniy an ior
the easier quick buck. Gibson
knows better than most people
that' he and his boxinff mav soon

be living a bache'or's life

You get an idea of how dark
the pugilistic picture really is

from a telephone call we received

after. Nelson Rockefeller won the
governorship of New York. It
was from an old NewaYork box-

irig-' commission man. who' served

fTV 3.9 years in happier days. He
?ent in everything he had for
RoCkefe'ler, worked day ard
night, was in line for a good poli political
tical political appoinment.
'?Would I take the boxrog conj conj-tnlssloner's
tnlssloner's conj-tnlssloner's job?" he mused. "No
there's nothing left to go back to."

V LAUREt; "Mtf i; B meant

which you may; be assured were

admirably -devious, one of our a

gents managed1 to obtain a copy

of a tetter Minsk the Plnsx, a nigl

ly esteenied Gorky :St. 'character,
is said to have-dispatched to the

editor of Pravda minutes after the

running ot the International here
yesterday. It follows:
1 "Comrade? What happeBe'dhe-e

should not happen to that big, Bo Boris
ris Boris Pasternak.'- ..'.,.:- ,-
-Ifffiij-SS! 'S-ri'iii .5vS ?r:-..-
'"f'Aa American bom. by the

name of Tudor Era 'is the winner

of the race by a most large mar margin
gin margin but after an interminable de de-i.becalion
i.becalion de-i.becalion it is decided that an Aus

tralian horse named Sailor's Guide

is the true and honorable winner.

''It is then explained to the

bourgeois dupes that the rider on

tne American norse nas Deen guil guilty
ty guilty of unsportsmanship, which was
preposterous, since all Jie did has
throw his horse onto the other

horse and thfreby thwart bis suc

cess.,' '..'.,..
"After an,, this was merely a
typical illustration of capitalistic

ruthlessness, and as youknow.the

winner's Share was ivo.ooo wmcn
is" not caviar. I do not hesitate to
say. there was more to the inci

dent than met, the eye. The Aus

tralian horse had been sold to an

American shortly before the race
on, the understanding the horse

would promptly De smppea to Ca

lifornia and run there.

"I shall now explain the cause

of the extraordinarily long wait be before
fore before the revised result was an announced.
nounced. announced. Calif ronia bat recently

come under the dictatorship of De Democrats,,
mocrats,, Democrats,, Chief Justice Warren is
a native of California. A phone

call was put through to the chief
justice. It is not ill too diabolically

clear?
"You -must not be surprised that
our magnificent thoroughbreds.
Zaryad and Garnlr, were not in
the money, a vulgarism which I
find is common to the plutocratic

speech. Once again the complete

candor and staunch integrity wmcn

Comrade Khrushchev has striven

so desneratelv but vainly to in

troduce to statesmanship and hu

manity was unwmioulously exploit;

ed to our disadvantage in sports
"We roadp no secret of our stra

teev here. Zaryad would take the

lead immediate!?, and then after
reducing our rivals, to checking
exhaustion. Gaimir his enormous

stamina, still untapped, would close

with a titantiti; an sweeping rush

tn the stretch.

' Garnlr Ceai It Alone

"Naturauy Pravda,. standing a
lone, as it does, in world journal
ism as a tower of truth and jus

tice, will print only the facts. I
recite them. Only- on horse was
felt at Jhe post. And who wis
that? Zaryad. who was to set the

pace. I quote Zaryad s jockey.
VJror KovalSv. "We were held

bek at the. start.' Someone caught

hold of mj horse's reins."
""I was told later this 'someone
was John Foster Dulles, or a per person
son person remarkably resembling him,
but thisl cannot wholly voiith for,
and this, of course, you will nron-

erlv ignore. Neverlbelen Zaryad,

f n,ished a sensational eighth In an
insnrin examiol of perserverance
in. the face of discouragement and
intrigue. : ; .,t i
"Now our forthrightness J abus
ed. our strategy destmved. Gar-

nir ha'd to go It alone. Marx would

nave Been nroud of him. Lenin

too.. Even Vladim'ir who runs the

party book just off Red Square.

Voti remember Vladimir; he's still

holding some of your paper.

a

. -V -'v

Refresh ydurself...

vir

..vuly tasty, dillclous.

1

1

daa,. from any druaator today mnd

Til
att

on will faal tomorrow, Mandaa

,a iiow much, batter you iiaap ana

raatha tonlaht, and how much bat tar

I

Cirafully' packed In ilumlnuia
n at not to drf out nor v
; loosi Its plantplckid flavor, 'f

mis txini nivor proiacaon

i

, r; makei tht taata of Tander Leaf 1 ',1

tea HLwHia aupero lerveo t
piping hot or frosty eoloV ;

i

n

'' 'r"':y:f- ''.;.""v
. 3 .'. 1 r .'v, l

",'The richest iorse' in the field"
was Clem, an American, of course
and. Gairnir beat him, which proves
as you always say n your edito

rials that money is not everything,
though how you and I would ever

Know, cant truthfully jay.'. i

tomraaeiy yours, M. the P.
flsllymoi Ballyhoo
Seriouslv. Russia' tint trv in

SDbtUeht' rarino niitxiri th mtil

portals was surprisingly good. In

tne arena c wauc.up start (as op opposed
posed opposed to- the gate) Zaryad was
nopelessly left and had no chance

wnaiever to show whether he is

OtchinHKaroshe or Otchin Plockoe.
The other Soviet 3-voar.nM

in' cdntention tor about a mile,
and on tha whole ran cmriit.

able race to .Lnish sixth. Most

norsemen had the entry pegged
ninth .and 10th. Clem's race was
In HOOP it must ha thrnivn nln hut

Venezuela s Escribano and Argen

tina i nevoque, dow oeaten by
Garnir, appeared to have no ex excuse.
cuse. excuse. ;...
ComTjetent nhAi-vra inul Iha

foul claim against, the winner was
Justified, and that in truly run

race bailors uuide would have
won. Ireland' Ballvmnaa nnt

exactly a .flop but aiNtht "horse

01. Uia world" an van.mnnav 'fa.

vorite,, he was. a keen disappoint-J

mem. wonsiaering tne competition,
the confusion between Ballymoss
and ballyhoo was understandable.

Defending Champ
Scores One-Up
Over R. E. Betron

-.Defending D un lop Champions
Gordy JDalion assured himseu a
place in Jhe final round of the 1958
Punlopv Golf ChamnionshlD Satur.

day afternoon when he defeated

a. a. itetron in a semifinal
match by the score of 1 Up, in: ig
holes of plays at the Panama
Golf Club.
Betron, despite the four stroke
advantage in his favor, was unable
to play the same which had nro.

viou?ly taken him through three
matches. He started the match on
No. 1 with a lost ball and his ill

luck continued throughout the
match. Dalton, shooting well ovet
his regular game with a 40-40 was
in no langer and was able to pin

wiuioui iorcing.

.Kade Dofaats Mlttan
In the other semifinal match

. Sunday, Nov. 13, Diablo Club Club-houM,
houM, Club-houM, at 2. p.m., will bo the an.
nwai moating of the Panama
Canal Bowling Association. It is
' must for All ABC, sanction
league representatives, who
compr.se the board of directors
to oa present. All leaguo pros
idont's should sail to it that
there U a qualified represent represent-tivo
tivo represent-tivo at the mooting. The moot mooting
ing mooting is open to all ABC mam mam-bars,
bars, mam-bars, CLASSIC LEACUi

Teams w l

Marlboro 28 la

Agewooa 24 16

carta Vieja 18 2a

aeymour Agency 10 30
wading average: Baker 202, Coi
fey 301, Colbert 200.

Marlboro 3 Seymour 1
Marlboro was oh their way to
an easy whitewash job, when Car Carta
ta Carta Vieja eked out a 17 pin win aft after
er after the Marlboroa rolled 150 pins
lower than their preceding game.
Two 40 aeries crept into the
Carta Vieja lineup, one as low as
422. while on the other hand Marl Marlboro
boro Marlboro had two 600 et, nn aa hi oh

aa 643. When on) nf the m. n...

nendable bowler n tn Tathmno

Colbert, raised his average to 20U,

wiui tit iu. ana zvs.

Cabtain Allen of Knhha an

riht behind Colbert with vo9.viik.

200 for a 608.. Despite" picking up

uirae points me JuariDoros lost
ground in the race for the bunt bunt-lna.
lna. bunt-lna. because th

aa nwu
four.

Marlboro

Lane 1T2 201 143 SIS
1. Damian 188 187 130 505

Coloert 202 222 208 642

P. Damian 169 184 169 522

Totals

Vescio

Sullivan
Cob

Rudy

Melanson

Totals

943 1000 850 2793

Carta Vieia

157 197 1 206 560
177 149 158 484

16$ 135 121 422
150 191 169 510
171 206 213 590

821 878 867 256"

Agawood 4 Seymour 0
The hot streak of "60" series

came to a close for Bud Baker,
and where Baker left of Andy

ristonich picked up and Agewood
rolled to four easy Points aeainsi

the last. place Seymour Team on

ly in the first game was the Sey

mour team wiinm striding dis distance,,
tance,, distance,, but Agewood asserted it itself
self itself by 11 pins. Andy Fistonich, b
sides geting himself a 609 series.

came mighty close in getting a
three of a kind patch, when he

UVWACU V, V.

Agowod

Albritton
Boyer
Gleichman

Balcer

Fistonich

Tctabj,

soyster -Sote
1
Bates

Toland

Best n

Totals

127 169 179 475
189 191 157 ,537
162 188 196 546
189 172 192 553
202 204 203 609

, 869 924 927 2720
Stymour
'155 162 194 511
t 192 151 183 526
155 173 172 500
177 200 171 548

); : 179 182 166 527

158 868 885 3612

in the championship flight. Captain
Oharhe Kade of Albrook Air Force

Base, with a 6-stroke advantage,

upset Dr. Herb Mitten, former Pa

nama Open and Isthmian Amateur

Champion by a Core of 5 and 4.j
Neither Kade nor Mitten shot
sensational eolf at any time, but

Mitten was continuosly plaqued by
his tee and fairway woods. Thev
halved No. 1, (a stroke bole for

Kade), halved No. 2. Kade won No.

3 with a bogie (and a stroke i,
they split No. 4, and Herb sank
i 25-foot birdie putt on No. 5 only
to see Kade sink a 5-footer for a
bird to take the hole by the han handicap
dicap handicap Stroke., Kade also won No.
6 to lead 3-up at the turn. Halving
No. 10, Herb 3 putted No. 11 and
No. 13 to put Kade 5 up and on
No. 14, Mitten conceded when he
hooked his long drive into the

rough on the left, hit the green in
four and missed a long putt, whi'e
Kade was awaiting a short mitt

fop a par 4.

' Mitten, In Kade's words, was ve

ry much off his game' and was

uname to nut it together fast e-

nongh to play his regular sharp-

snooting score in the low 70 s.
Captain Kade will next meet de defending
fending defending "champion Gordie Dalton
in a 36 hole final match tn the
Championship round. Dalton is

giving Kade only one stroke in the

36-noie final.
Madura and Vallarino Win
In the second flight play, both

in semifinal round matches, Erl

Mdaniue defeated medalist Mike
Maduro 1 up after 27 holes of play,
despite a 2-stroke handican in Ma-

duro's favor. Fidanque shot steady

golf ai the way. with Maduro stay

ing close al the time. Fidanque
won the deciding hole on No. 9
when he sank his putt for a par,

4.

In the other second flight semi

final, Valarino Jr. and Luis Chan-

deck found themselves tied un at

ter 18 holes of play. Vallarino,

with a 3-stroke advantage, was un

able to caoitalize on his stroke

holes and Don Luis played it tight

over .the 18-hole route.. Both play

ers continued their match Sunday
afternoon with Vallan'no finally

taking Chandeck out of play by, the

score of 5 and 4 for 36 holes.
Earl Fidanque will now met V.
llarino in the 36-hole final round
Of Olar in Hie leconri nioht Thai

two final round 36 hole -matches
are scheduled to be played next'
Saturday and Sunday at the Pana-
j-,I ol.L a .

ma jou uiud, is notes scheduled
for each day.

laau T.I,.. Ul...l. T!il-

Louise Jones, me-tin? riifHi-nlt

comnetition from Mrs. Mansfield,

uuaujr wu,i uic cnaiiipionsmp OI
the women's flieht bv the nra

of 2-up after 27 holes of play

to ner ODDonent a diffirmt feat

under anv circumstance, hut fi.

nally was able to move ahead on

me unai y noies. Mrs. Jones will
be presented the women's cham cham-oionshin
oionshin cham-oionshin award fnllnwinff tha

play in the men's championship

nnais. oirs. mansiieio will oe pre presented
sented presented with the runner-up award.

i Yi

0$tOMO DRI-CHARGED BATTERIES
AND ACCESSORIES WILL PUT YOUR CAR
IN TOP CONDITION and keep it that way!

ONLY

! MINUTE
OLD
when you
buy Hi

Available
at your
service
station

Before the rush is on at car inspection
time be" sure to replace your worn
a SPARK PLUGS o BRAKE LINING

FAN BELT ..
RADIATOR HOSE

a BRAKE FLUID
ETC.

GUARANTEE GOOD HERE oV IN THE U.S.A.

"THE WORLD'S SAFEST TIRE"

TRANSISTHMIAN HIGHWAY U TEL. S-1501

OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
" PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Complete Prize-winnlnj Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 2071, Sunday, November 16, 1958
The whole ticket "has 52 pieces divided in two series "A" k "B" of t6 pieces each

First Prize 7568
Second Prize 7724
Third Pjize 5 518

$ 52,000.00
$ 15,600.00
$ 7,800.00

No.
MS
0161
0268
036S
0468
5S8
688
0768
868
0968

$
Priie?
136.00
156.W
156,00
156.00
156.00
2,600.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00

No.
1068
1168
1268
1368
1488
1568
1668
1768
1868
1968

Prizes
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
2,600.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00

No.
2068
2168
2268
2368
2468
2568
2668
2768
2868
2S68

s
Prlxc
156.01
156.
156.00
156.00
156.00
2,600.00
156.00
156.00
156.0S
'158.00

No.
3068
3168
3268
3388
3468
3568
3668
3768
S868
3968

$
Prlie Prlie-156.00
156.00 Prlie-156.00 156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
2,600.06
156.00
' 156.00
156.00
156.00

No.
4068
4168
4268
4368
4468
458
4668
4768
4868
4968

s
Prixes
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
2,600.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00

I S f
No. Prize No. Prize No. Prlzn No. Prizei No.
5068 156.00 6068 156.00 7068 456.00 8068 156.00 9068
5168 156.00 6188 156.00 7168 156.00 8168 156.00 9168
5268 156.00 6268 156.00 7268 156.00 8268 156.00 9268
5368 156.00 6368 156.00 7368 156.00 8368 156.00 9368
5468 156.00 6468 156.00 7468 156.00 8468 156.00 946S
5568 2,600.00 6568 2,600.00 7568 52,000.00 8568 2,600.00 9568
5668 156.00 6668 156.00 7668 156.00 8668 156.00 9668
5768 150.00 6768 1 56.00 7768 156.00 768 156.0 9768
S868 156.00 6868 156.00 7868 156.00 8868 15S.M 988
5968 156.00 S968 156.00 7908 156.00 8968 1SS.N 9968

t
Prize
156.M
156.00
150.00
156.00
156.0
2,600.00
156.00
156.0
156.00
156.00

Approximations Derived From First Prize

IM wnaa S2'22 JUS !?M! 7M5 MM 75W '20.00 757 520.IM 7572 520.00 7574 S20.00 757S KM
7SS0 520.00 7562 520.00 7564 520.00 7566 520.00 7569 520.00 75T1 520.00 7S73 520.00 757S S20.M 757T SM.M
Approximations Derived From Second Prlie
W24 H24 260.00 2724 260.00 1724 260.06 4724 260.00 5724 260.00 S724 260.00 8724 260.00 S724 260.00
7715 130.00 T717 130.00 7719 130.00 TT21 130.00 7723 1.10.00 T726 136.00 T728 13000 7730 1VI a ntt laa
7718 130.00 7718 130.00, 7720 130.00 7722 130.00 T725 130.00 7727 IM.ii Tin mM VlYl Im.SJ 7733 IsJ.M

Approximations Derived From Third Prize

S 8 S S S S S a
SU156.M 1518 156.00 2518 156 00 3518 156.00 4518 156.00 S51S 156.N 7S1S 156.00 8518 156.00 HIS 156 00
' S50 104.00 5511 104.00 551 104.00 551S 104.00 5517 104.00 5520 104.00 5522 104 00 5524 Io7 Hi iTTi.
851 104.00 8512 104.0 S514 lM.OO 5516 104.00 S519 104.00 8521 104.00 Ssil ImIoO SSZS 104 !n aS ItaJS

Prize-winnlnir fJnmbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawinc were so Id at 'The 1st. Panama, 2nd. Panama and 3rd. In Wnama
The Nine Hundred whole tickets endln In S and not included in the above list win Fifty Two Dollars ($52.00) each
The whole ticket has fifty-two pieces which comprises- the, iwo series "A" & "B"
Sifned hy: The Secretary: Government DOMINGO GONZALEZ H,
The Represent Atlve of the, Treasury JOEL MEDINA

WITNESSES: Generoso Qulntero Ced. 47-48644
Roberto Gomales G. Ced. 7-36-195

JULIO VALDES D.
Notary Public. Panama

PABLO A. PINEL M.
Secretary

klflTF' The wlnnln ticket with the lart'Sfptier and with the two latt
11 V I b. cipher! apply only to the FMrjt Prize.
The First Priie and the 2nd and 3rd Prlr.es tire drawn separately. The ap approximations
proximations approximations are calculated on the First. Second and Third prize In case
a ticket should carry th number of each prize, the holder la entitled to
claim payment for each.

DRAWING OF THE 3 STRIKES
SundayNovember 16, 1958
Drawinf Number 172 'V

: z ?; Fraction

68
24
18

First Prize. . .
Second Prize. .
third Prize. . .

Ticket

$11.00 $220.00
3.00 60.00
" 2.00 40.00

The prlies will l b paid In accordance with the Official l.it of PanamS la
the office of the National Beneflclent Lottery situated on Central Avenue.
PLAN OF EXTRAORDINARY DRAWING No. 2076 WHICH
WILL TAKE PLACE SUNDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1958
The Wholo Ticket has 50 Pieces

1 First PvIjc
1 Second Prire
1 Third Prize. ...
18 Approximations.
Prizes. .. .:
90 Prizes
900 Prizes

18 Approximations.
Prizes. ... ..

18 Approximations.
Prizes

FIRST PRIZE

SECOND PRIZF.

.81.000 00 each one
. 5.000 on each one
300.00 each one
100.00 each one

8 250.00 each one
500.00 each on

THIRD PRIZE

S 200 00 each one

300.00 each one

8100,000 90
30,000.00
15.000 00
18.000 00
45.0M.0rk
27.000 0
90,000 00

4.500 00
4.500 00
3.600 00
1.700.00

1074 Prize

Total

tUO.300.1

Price of a whole ticket
Price of a fiftieth-part

FRIZES ARE PAID WITHOUT DISCOUNTS OR TAXES 1 J

$50.00'

$ 1.00

, "JAW..



".-V

'. p V
THS PANAMA AMERICAN AN KD1PENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
BIOKDAT, NOVEMBER 17, 18
FAGE EIGHT
i- -:. 311 :; J?'-
CLASSI
' x THIS ZfAQt 13' FOR SALE
' ; FOR IN FORM ATlONi TELEPHONE- 2-0740
r0R INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
r V' -f V 't ;l' 'v

11 1 i

.

" :
"' r ;- -, 'f-;. y -' .,.1 fe,Hii.y- 'APr :yyyv

'f:.i.

1 -a.

Resorts

FOR RINT : Gramlich'e Santa
Clara house, open lor NVito
Dtc. Information Balboa

PHILLIPS Oeaansiae CoMJtu
Santa Ci R. do
, name S-IS77 Cristobal 1-1673.

Houses
FOR RENT: Attractive house
In Campo Alegre. Completely
furnished. Lir9e garden "d
swimming pool. available end
November to end of ngiry.
phone Panaaia s-o".

ff FOR RSNl: rin no. j.
" Street Bella Vista, chalet, two
bedroom, living-dining
kitchen, maid's room, tambo with

n UJ.
oarage, and an aaoitionai ro.
m b cut. UtkArnm three bed-
run rvfc-i-.
room chalet, two bedrooms,
maid's room with bath. Tel. -JI70.

Cay Crooners
to Stage Shows
At Three Theaters
1 The Gay Crooners of Paraiso
Will stage "Birth of the Rock,"
a Broadway type show, at three
anal Zone theaters next week,
featuring some of the most out outstanding
standing outstanding local performers.
The show, which will be preced preceded
ed preceded by the movie "Mr. Rock 'N'
Roll," will be staged at the Pa Paraiso
raiso Paraiso Theater on Nov. 26, at San Santa
ta Santa Cruz Nov. 27 and at Camp
Bierd on Nov. 28 and 29.
Featured artists will include the
Twinstones, the Swingsters, the
Gay Sisters, Lord Cobra, the G.C.
Boys and many others. )

LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ina. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 1-0552
Largo Stock of "V"
belts at wholesale
prices.
AGENOAS LARSEN,
S.A.
Phon 2-3492
Opposite Old Balboa Brewery
(Next to English Wharf)
' AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employe
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP "to 3 Mo.
on new cars
AGENCY DEHUNGER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
8 DAT
LIMA TOUR
Inc. air tare, traiufen, tours,
and delmte hotel
$180
leave ever Tues. and FrL
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama 2-1661
the first and only
transistor
SPEED LIGHT
no more burned out tubes
ruaranteed for life
work on flashlight batteries
ancle of 7o
only $27.50
International Jewelry
15S Central Ave.
The New
S IP
NIKON
With built-in Universal
Vlewflnder System
Limit n.

Panama

Col6n

Apartments

FOR RENTl Apartment one
bedroom, living-diningroom, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, bath, garage, $60.00. Via
Porras No. 60. Phone 3-1798.
FOR RENT: In new building
located in 39th Street, Bella
Vista, apartments of two bad bad-rooms
rooms bad-rooms with air conditioning
units, living-dining room, study
room, kitchen, laundry, maid's
room, and hot water facilities.
For further information pleas
call Panama 3-1292.
FOR RENT:-Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. Telephone
1386. New Alhambra Apart Apartments.
ments. Apartments. 1 0th 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 Dece Dece-racion
racion Dece-racion Store in' Edificis "Camp
Alegre" en Via Espana across
from hotel "El Panama Hilton".
Telephone 3-7425 and 3-6699.
FOR RENT: Campo Alegre, ex exceptional,
ceptional, exceptional, nice furnished on
room apartment. Opposite Hotel
El Panama, hot water. Call 3 3-1789.
1789. 3-1789. FOR RENT: On bedroom
apartments. Brand new. -Cool,
private, close to shops and trans transportation,
portation, transportation, will furnish some en
request. Call 3-7493.
FOR RENT: Bella Vista Madera
apartment, 2 bedroom, furnish furnished.
ed. furnished. 45 Street, No. 22-13.
On bedroom apartment, $50.
Furnished and utilities. Call 3 3-4249
4249 3-4249 after 5:00 p.m. Military
inspected.
FOR RENT:-ttractively fur.
nished, two bedroom apartment,
hot water, linen, China. Camp
Alegre, Tel. 3-5024.
Football All-Stars
To Practice Tonight
Both all-star football teams, the
Blues and the Whites, will have
their first practice tonight at 7:00
p.m. at the Balboa stadium. All
the players are requested to report
at the Balboa Gym it 7 o'clock
The.quads will probably not be
on the field until after 7:30 p.m.
This is the first practice for the
teams in preparation for the Palm
Bowl fame to be played for the
United Fund on Nov. 26. The teams
which wer selected by the com
mittet of coaches appear to be
evenly matched and should pro
vide some top-notch football for
the Canal Zone enthusiasts.
The White All-Stars, under the
direction of Dave Ingram, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal High School, Ross Anderson,
Balboa High School, and Walter
Trout, A. C., apperas to have a
sught edge in the middle of the
line over the Blue all-stars coached
by Larry Horine, Balboa High
School, Paul MoSer, Cristobal High
School, and Stewart Brown, Junior
College.
The dark jersey team, however
looks to have a slight edge over
the light jersey boys in the back back-field
field back-field 'department. The iersevs for
both teams were donated by Lou
Glud, Panama sporting good deal
er.
If you have not done so It is
suggested that you get your tirkets
for fhis game now and avoid the
last minute rush at the gate. All
proceeds go to the United Fund
Tickets are.$l for adults: 50 cents
for children, and are available at
Armed Service posts and the Cana
Zone communities.
Watches
Da
LV
V
uyoBoo
Handles like a
Dream
Finger-tip
Steering
o Column tear
shift lever
o Beautifully
styled
45-50 MPG
SEE IT TODAY.
Take it for a Test-Driv.
$1256.00
Canal Zone
ClVA, S. A.
PANAMA COLON

LEAVE TODS AD WITH ONB OF OUB AGENTS O OCB OFFICES AT MT STITEET. AKAMA -J"JJ f?felJ!5S2 2 fAR MACLk LOM LOM-INTERNAL
INTERNAL LOM-INTERNAL DE PUBLICACIONES-No. 3 Lottery Flee. CA8A Z AU0-tr.l AS LOUBDE8 M?"1?. H.$TS2 rant4fcS Avi
BABDO No. 2 "B" Street MORKISO.N Ui of JulJ Ave. A J SL LEWIS SERVICE A v. TWoli No. 4 LMJA JSSLmSSSliSL .Jul 13 StS
" rZ r-i nrvii rtr.i v.n... nniisf:Hni.n exCRANGB-JL Fee. d la Ose Ave. M. 41 FOTO DOlT--Jut AnMonena i e.

rABA VAN DEB-JlS-i 8tre Ni
ATHIS Beside tne Bella visi loeaore
Automobiles
FOR SALE: Plymouth 4-door
sedan 1955. Twa ton blue.
Low mileage. New condition.
New tires. Call Gatun 5-398.
FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury 4
door sedan, excellent condition,
also 1 1 cu. ft. refrigerator,
0273-D, Gamboa.
FOR SALE: Ford 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: 1949 Mercury, in
good condition, .duty paid. For
information call 86-6144.
FOR SALE: 1953 Buick Super
A-L, excellent condition. Tires,
duty paid, call Balboa 1297.
FOR SALE: Buick Super 53.
Dynaflow, 2-speaker radio. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition. Call Curundu
6259.
'Marathon' Dance
Planned By Elks
For Thanksgiving
Members of the Justice Lodge
and Marcisse Temple, 1BPQEW,
were completing plans this week
for a "marathon" day night
.thanksgiving Day hop at the Bal
neairio Balboa.
Dancing to music by Willie Moro
and his orchestra 'and the Sidney
(Basie) Leacock combo will begin
at i p.m. and continue until 4 a.m.
The 14-hour dance was planned
by the two Elks Units in order
to advantage of the fact that
Thanksgiving Day. which is a holi
day on the Canal Zone, this year
falls on Nov. 27, the eve of the
137th anniversary of Panama's
independence from Spain which is
fanamanian national holiday.
In addition to dancing, the or
ganizing committer has annoiine.
ed that there witt be -several smv
prise features and pWzes aimed
at giving their guests an opportu opportunity
nity opportunity to get "something almost for
nothing."
1 SPACE-AGE STATE The
Navy is building a riant 60-
j million-dollar radio telescope".
wnicn bears instead oi sees, -at
! Sugar Grove, W.Va. Another
!w could be to bounce secret
i messages off the moon for ships
I at sea. Thirty miles away, at
I Green Bank, the National Sci
ence Foundation is erecting two
radio telescopes for basic re
search for 9.5 million dollars.
LEGAL NOTICE
United States District Court For
The District of The Canal Zone
Crlst6bal Division
In the matter oi the odopuon of De De-vid
vid De-vid Michele Mason, a Minor vs. Donald
L. Mason, Defendant No. 2261, Civil CI
tatlon.
To Donald L. Mason
You are hereby required to appear
before the United States District Court
for the District of the Canal Zone. Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Division, at the Courtroom there thereof,
of, thereof, in Cristobal. Canal Zone, on the
20th of January. 1SS9 at 10 o'clock in
the forenoon of that day, then and there
to show cause, if any you have, why
Wesley H. Sparung and Mary J. spar
line should not Droceed with the hear'
ing of their petition for the adoption
Of the above-named minor.
WITNESS, the HONORABLE Guthrie
r. Crowe, Judge. United States District
Court for the District oi tne eanai zone,
this litb day of November, ma.
Sura de la Pefta
Clerk of Court
Bys oivia m. jerutuu
Deputy CierK
To Donald L. Mason
Th fnr0ninff rltntinn la aerved tin-
on you by publication pursuant to the
order or tne hunukabliI, uuiwui
r. CROWE. Judee. United States Dis
trlct Court for the District of the
r.nul Zone, dated the 14th day of No
vember, 195S. and entered and filed in
thla action In the office of the Clerk
of the United States District court,
Cristobal Division on the 14th day of
November, 1958.
Sara de la Ptia
Clerk of Court
KysDavId M. Jenkins
Deputy Clerk

"T r..rin..-iiL .;i. ii
-i Ct-L ;
' PA. :
ohio A
y
1 SUGAR l.::-:::
L CHARLESTON GRQVSJ
r m0T j MILES
(8 VA- f ob

WANTED

Panamanian not older than SO years. Must be bilingual with
experience In correspondence and knowledge of Account Accounting.
ing. Accounting. Good future In well established company. Please writ
re age, experience, personal reference and picture to
P.O. Box 1130.

si fABMACU EL BATURBOF.nl

vuiun urrn.ii xoia mawmt mam
Home Articles
FOR SALE: New Sears stov
still in shipping crate. Larg
oven. Reasonable, call 3-0099..
FOR SALE: Bargain, leaving
country, living and dining room
set, double bed Call 1 859. Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. FOR SALE: Two bamboo chairs
and footstool with innersprini
cushions, mahogany-top side
'table, deluxe automatic washer,
SO cycle; all good condition. Also
girls bicycle. Tel. 3745, 750-1,
Balboa Road.
FOR SALE: Sofa-bed, table and
four chairs, two mattresses. For
information call 86-6144.
FOR SALE: 9 cu. ft. G.E. refri refrigerator.
gerator. refrigerator. 6 months old. Cross top
top: froexer, revolving shelves.
Like new,. Best cash offer, apply
after 4:30 p.m. 0853. Balboa
Apt. 35.
Clarence Worrell
Dies In R. Abajo
Clarence (Stanley) B. Worrell
48, died yesterday afternoon at
his home In Rio Abajo.
Funeral arrangements have
not been announced.
ulr. Worrell Is survived by his
wife, Mae Beatrice; his son
John; his parents, Mr. and-Mrs.
Nathaniel "Worrell; his sisters,
Mrs. Lucille Ford and Mrs. Edna
Vickers, brother, Victor, Brit Britten,
ten, Britten, Gladstone and Oswald, and
several nieces and nephews.
Today's Opening
STOCK PRICES
mwot vnwir Nov. it tUPI)
RinXm Wintfstf) ahead int new reo-
ord'lgJi territory-at :moaeraie
! ifitrj omHiintf tndav. -"
Net gams generauy neia w
iracuonsvlo,rei. vorpiuu
can Bosch opened j tms mguer
nn i rmo aharna each.'Koval DUtcb
rose -n 3.500- shares. General
Motors heW steady on 2,000. Ray
theon firmea H on z,500 snares.
ACr-lna
Advocatei Asbestoa
Amer Cyaffamid
Ampr Motors
48
t.lOb
52
32
Am Tel and Tel
200 Vi
Anaconda Coper
Arkansas Fuel
60M
Atlantic Refining
45 Vi
AVCO MIg.
Bethlehem Steel
9
51
Bicroft Uranium
British Pet"
Burroughs
Canadian Eagle
94b
7
38V
b
25
47
53 Vi
49V
XD54V
59
1
69
28b
H
SOS
34
2oyb
10b
S 15-16
8'
64 Vi
7V4b
49
19V
27
124V
40
13
12 Vi
44
49b
Celanese
Cerro de Pasco
Chance Vought
Chicago Gt West
Chrvsler
Cities Service
Coastal Caribe
Creole Pet
Crown Corp and Seal
Cuba Venezuela Oil
DuPont
El Paso Nat Gai -Ever
sharp
Fairchild En
Fargo Oil
Felmont Pet
Gen Dynamics
Gen Elec
Gen Motors
Gen Plywood
Getty Oil
Gulf Oil
Harsco Stel
Hayden Newport
Howe Sound
Imperial Oil
Int. Petroleum
Int Tel and Tel
57
Martin Co.
34'
148
New Eng T and T
Northrup
Olin Mathieson
Pancoastal
Pan Israel
30
39b
5
5-16
Panterjec Oil
1
45
41b
41
49
Pan Western
Phillips Pat
Pure Oil
RCA
Reynolds Metal
52
35b
44
62
Royal Dutch Shell
Signal Oil and Gas, A
Sinclair Oil
Soconv Mobile
49
Sperry Rand
24
Stan OH N.J.
Sterling Precision
Superior Oil
Texas Gulf Prod
59
2Vi
1798
36 V
Underwood
18
65 Vs
United Aircraft
Unit Canso Oil
US Rubber
USSteel
Westinghoust
Wheeling
1
47
88
68

u. Lefeyr f Street rABMACIA HM

r.

Miscellaneous
- HEAR YI HEAR Yl
Make someone happy this X'mas
with a hearing aid to boar the
joyous founds f Yeuletide. All
types, sizes fr shapes at Crawford
Agencies.
, FOR SALE: 12 cu. ft. West West-inghouse
inghouse West-inghouse refrigerator all por porcelain,
celain, porcelain, 60 cycle motor. $80,. Call
Balboa-3462.
Save Money by buying your
X'mas presents now. Fuller bushes
make excellent well appreciates!
gifts. For the balance of Novem November
ber November we offer a mans hairbrush for
half price whan a ladies brush it
purchased vice versa er even two
- similar brusher are bought at the
same time. There is nothing more
appreciated that will last as many
years as the guaranteed. FULLER
BRUSH PRODUCT. See also the
Toys and Decorations and other
Quality Items at Crawford Agen Agencies
cies Agencies on J St.
Stock For Sale: Shares of Aiu Aiu-carera
carera Aiu-carera National, S.A. (National
Sugar Company) available. In Inquire
quire Inquire Panama 2-0074.
Make your, loved one happy this
X'mas. You still have time to
order bar an Elactrolux Vacuum
Cleaner direct. You 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 they last. Make us a deposit
and we will lay one away for
X'mas.
See also the Floor Polishers.
Kitchen Machines, Fuller Brushes,
Decorations Toys, etc. at Craw Crawford
ford Crawford Agencies en J. Street.
FOR SALIj Westlngheuse re re-.
. re-. f rigerater, all porcelain, radio
vietrola. Aft in pert set condition.
Anton Boulevard and Manienille Manienille-Straet
Straet Manienille-Straet Ne. 111.
FOR SALftf-piotlng our effise.
oiling equipment half .price.
Desk, metal, new, secretary type typewriter
writer typewriter drop folding type, $60.00;
Victor eleetrla adding machine,
9150.00; LX.' Smith typewriter,
ust overhauled like new $75.00;
Royal typewriter, 14 Inch car carriage,
riage, carriage, newly overhauled, $50.00;
new Royal typewriter with half
Inch large display card siae type,
perfect condition, $75.00;. model
1 00, A.I. Dick moterixed mi mimeograph
meograph mimeograph $650 value for $200;
Unused .. portable soundscribar
dictating machine, combination
for executive and secretary,. $240
for $400 value. Number 10
(11-106), Tivoll Avenue, Apart Apart-ment
ment Apart-ment 17, ever. Sears.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Best buy In
Johnson 35 h.p. outboard, 14
months old. Used In fresh water
only. Interested in saving $$$
Call Balboa, 3325 after 4:00
p.m.
JOYERIA
Central Avt. No, 15-107

A CALL FROM PAUL"
LES PAUL and hit Trio
Every Tue$dayf Thurtday and Saturday
from 12tlS to lltZO'p.m.

52

ca

your Community Netwbrlc YCN

840 Kilocycles
PANAMA

- VU rui-A ill au-

Real Estate
FOR SALE Lots 500 and 1.000
meters, in the Nuev Hipedrame
Urbanisation, aerosa the Reman
Raetraclu. AD lots with at root
fronts, sewage, "Water main and
electricity. Call W. Mclamett.
Tel. 1-2547.
FOR SAL! s Leaving Isthmus, 2
bedroom residence,, living 4in-
ing' roam, 600 ssj. meters, con concrete
crete concrete fenced. N. 74 end 8th. St.
Parejue Lefevre. v
FORSAL!: New residential cha chalet
let chalet en a hill with excellent view,
very comfortable and aeel. Three
bedrooms, two baths, large liv-ing-diningreom,
office, perch,
laundry, large kitchen,' maid's
room, with bath, gardener's roam.
4000 meters fenced, exclusive
location, ne neighbors "whatsoev "whatsoever,
er, "whatsoever, private road way three minutes
from Sears. Call 3-7493 or 3 3-3153
3153 3-3153 for personal interview. No
information by phone. Ideal for
secluded living with -all modem
. conveniences, city lights and
water, telephone, ready for im immediate
mediate immediate occupancy. N this ht not
what you are looking for, please
do net call.
FOR SALI: Concrete, furnished
house at Santa Clara, reasonable
price, terms considered, informa information
tion information lalboa 4319.
SERVICES
TELEVISION SERVICE
We repair in your heme
wo don't prefend t guarantee
wr work. We guarantee ft
- PHONE THE, EXPERTS;
CRAWFORD AGENCIES
i Tel. 2-1905
. Tivoll Avenue No. 11-20
Repair and refinlsh Rattan fur furniture.
niture. furniture. Complete new wrapping
guaranteed workmanship, heme
delivery and heme repairs, also
repair all kinds of basket chairs.
Tallerx "Jimmy" opposite Hotel
Roosevelt.
Protect your heme and proper property
ty property against Insect damage.
Prompt scientific treatment M
emergency or monthly budget
. basis. Telephone Pronto Service.
Panama 3-7977 er Colon 1777.
Domestic Employment
WANTED: EXPERIENCED
COOK AND HOUSEKEEPER.
CALL PANAMA 3-0377.
Housewives! Do yea need a
good, honest! responsible maid,
with references. Call "Agen "Agencies
cies "Agencies do Comlsiones o Calecacio Calecacio-nes
nes Calecacio-nes Sonches fr .Mollick", 7th.
Central Ave, Ne, 33A26, phono
. 3-2219.
LOSTx-Gloria Elys dog luffy
License Ne. 710. Anyone having
any information please eatl 2 2-1639
1639 2-1639 after 4 p.m. er 2-3216 be before
fore before 4 p.m.
CASIL
nxt to tha Fuana y Lux
1090 Kilocycles
v COLON

WANTIDf Secretary ttene.

(."

graphar wh ca tak Inglish
and Spanish dictation Apply tt
. Bikard, Zeaa Ubr, Colon.
Miscellaneous
i
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS --
1 DRAWER "A", DIABLO
, IPX 1211, CRISTOBAL. CX
PHONI BALBOA SX0SU
IT

BUY at

WHOLESAL

based on Average -Wholesale
Prices
Reported from
A-U-C-T-l-O-N SALES in the

STATES
SM00T & PAREDES
III

USED CARt

1956 'KERCURX MONTERREY
" Sedan - r?
' Leather UpEoliteiy

WHOLESALE
fREE
USED CAR

1954 01SMOBlU W?
4 Door
Sedan
WHOLESALE $625.00
f REE ENTRX

USED CAR

1952 CHEyROLET

4 Door
Sedan
WHOLESALE $290.00
EREE ENTRX

USED CAR

1955 FORD LONLINE
2 Door
Sedan
u
WHOLESALE $625.00
FREE ENTRY,

TJSJ?DAR

1955 OLDSMOBILE HOLIDAY
. Coupe ;, ;
WHOLESALE $1,085.00
FREE ENTRY

On Display
o

SAA00T & PAREDES
Auto Row 1

A WANTIDi Imlyg Mak
I Inglis" and Spanish, I answ-
I r th tflaphaatv PhM l0l$
PERSONALS
Mn, Nona White: Your visit ae ae-'
' ae-' counting department CASA AD
.MIRABLI will he appreciated.
v,. No, 11.334
rlIQ30.(K)
ENTRX
i
No.
I
No.T2eli553
No. 2
III
N0.1W21,
- Don t
your
' o
Buick
dealer

as a

B'
Delay

Oldsmobile

b



I

face mm
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER v-
III HI V ' I I I I I '"' I II I
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1951
Unwelcome Visitor
Bj W1UUN SCBilUGS
- By (iKOKUE WUNDLR,
TUB STORY OP MARTHA WAYNB
- TtkUtt AMP TUt fllAlU
V. v- U
HJUiTAK10UDOWfiERtlAMf?Jl
U4TEVJ POPS. I OW PUT VOU OM TM6 AW
ftml I HAVE JAOMEX AUOASASfOKTSCASTre
WHATVl Wt SOT KEKE, OKAY, WHO'S
,VE WLUAKS 0UMEaiOMS. MOW
...-.
CDMEPIAN57 1 SJP-
llo-'T
ty AL RUUXl
PKISCTLLAI POP
What Every Mother Knowi

t

1 ( MOT CVEU V THE frgKaHT
'v-Js-SIr AUD I RETAIN VOU W Hl TBUMW
AW WKXEKWEI6HT J tAS MAkASSR ON A SALARY AMD
.Aufcy

y

1

petter4av off tk? hush ureX- yO'S
iARSC. IOUW.E VWtON 15 ONE fe

(I i

Mil

- Ha. K l

Ssvata&fi. mam

T H

! BOOTS AND Uft

CAfTAIN FAST

Q

rjomjtf am jds iwsxsa

- Double Action

H 1 1 TTJlt CLWU B U1LJ

UAwe5'POUARSS0

FMTMER PURW fi

i-

lilHrnJf. 1

There tou are "-Two

BURSERS AMD A MALT 1

WW tttt STRAWS-' jj

OH--AMD, MR.'
LIYERMORE""'

if MERRILL BLOSSKR
; v j
' 1 . i
-TwO MORE STRAWS h&SZ'-QUtCK

Short Memories

tf T. T. 1AMUN

BELIEVE' MB, WIZEHiY ME TOO.'
fM: 6LAP TCHALK TTHINKS

THAT AVALANCHE- WANTEP T'BUMP

CASE UP AS AN

HATE' I'' WtLL, -A ...)0WTV,SUZ,II-4I 45i
ONE GOTTA GET Vj OKAYL B I WERE VOU' f BELIEVE X7I7V 'Vf M

BACK TMCaCK-- SMN' WEHTVE fl'?SSJ,I : V.' T

s TP

EMPTY MILK BOTTLES!
EMPTY JAW GLASSES'

EMPTY ICE CREAM -rA

WMV DO YOU ALWAYS I I JC BECAUSE YOU
PUT TWEM BACK IN Uf KEEP TELLING US IfTV,
THE REPRIgERATQpy uLJ
iQ-'t r)JH9',

BUGS BUNNT

Couldn't Stand It

l t' ' SITTiNQ V
. NEXT TO
V VJ THK BOWL OP
Mf XWAX FBUtT SHOULD

VOU haveim't ( be
FINISHED MY RIGHT
portrait!.;, r back,
WHERE ARE PETUNIA!
mu eoiNQj y,

7 STARIN' AT THAT B0WL
V O' FRUIT MA0E "f

Yeah, Bow Much?

B BDGAB MA1TIN

NOW tKXtft 6O OMtfOVrVb f

W- Ai I

wet wtm.

ami

vook covsvovcr... wtf

VWOrt OVTWErA fcOOO

60T FC?

llkt&siak True Life Adventures

Lanrjiage Barrier

y LESLIE TURNEB

:--':i take vn TO-iOwfr, home 1
r V OW-'"'AM ISLiSMft FAR I
-W6-MAY A; T9 THE WETt V
NEVER KNOW
WHAT COOMTR JKrA
r:-, ri A..w.

S ;

KlN6bf the yJ
! CARIBBEAN.
be A
1 ? VULTURE, BUT HE'S
A'S KO i6aVBiaa?-
V -V He KU- WOR HIM6KU
' W .".ACTTAOOKiei 6UDTHS,
' ft i1326 ANIP PEER.

''W(iBJBfWiiJfc1B4'l''t3B

NO IS HE A CCWARt7.

HE MLU PEJBRNP HIS FREV

A(ftANST AWV T?ECiA.TOR

&OCH Ma THK OCELjOT

fr4 im muring rrn nl

SIDE GLANCES

Bv Calbraith

I0BT1 MtEKLB

By DICK CAVALL1

, 1 BEFORE I WEW
H ' TOWI5C0CTOR I
ll y-sV -I HAD NO PEP.. 1
tiM V IWASOULU.
V 7 V L6TLE55 .7

k

BUT THOSE VITAMIN J

PILLS HE GAVE;

.O

DICK
CAUALU

" ,isnu.aAYiuweo
HIM BETTER THE WAY,
-r-S T STARTED KINfl f
, W; THOSE DARNED P"-

OUK BOARDING HOUSE

vHh

MAJOR HOOPLI OUT OUR WAJf

EC

kufiVT ffiiwpcn imt)Viii UAnoj

pi 5Urr05eO TO out IHE ALE A.ND

H.IN6 Ur Tn TKANSrOKTWION fOK

IaIIFC'4 (VINNA VKlT Ug lT?0

WITH HER7HERESALlTH'A0MEy

irTH TKEASURY-'2I.S0.'IF Tl
AIN'T ENOUGH YOU'LL HAMT?
-.iiili fllffwtH.,

irn3 in

VW WORD, WALOD, THIS- 1

HOWfcSK, IL CAkkY?n

WR YOJ.' mAiOe WB
CAH MAKS IT A M0R6

CULTURAL AFFAIR

THIS YEAR IT

kA. ft I DC A

CHALLENGe.'

m

THE OViA

LOVE CULTURE

Pt

T

TO

p .: k t iLw v v

i. u'K' '''"'s ''c ; i'T: lv' i'.'1
r ...it, t..v- V' ', ."

ftft

BY J. B WILLIAMS

r BANK FKOM TXB Bia DWK wirncus-iivuj.sn..

U POVWM TOWM AKf rM GONNA AM' LACKING W WILL TOWBK

t TART fLrrN, MY MONEY N 'CAUSB ONLY THE via BANK

IT T'l I nVJimU1ID1B rAM CTHII m 1.1 I LBUNC

THAT TM (MPROVIW MY 4 OF YOUR I'M JH'ONE
fuiu-rt nvJ i'ue rs km)'( AAADC a STEP IN THE

IDBi STrlMKl TH- VM RldHTP)MCTION.'CAU5eJ'M

Jl4jUi,!fT PIREC'riOM,lr''fi THINK LIKE

HIM

"I?

IT HUM Of

iTJii l T

T.M. U..
(I H k NU lM IM

"If you think that's bad, you should hear what Mom 1
and Mrs. Higby said about you!"

llilil

illSiiiiiillli'

iilillfi

SEA LEGS Rising out of the water on (piderlike stilts, a I
new passenger boat races full speed ahead in a test run at
San Juan. Puprtn Kirn PAllarl th "rivina nh th. ...

is constructed with a hydrofoil system that elevates the hull
out of the water, thereby reducing draa and oermittine stiaeds

of nearly 50 m.p.h. The 20-ton boat can carry as many as 73

passengers pius considerable cargo with a smooth moticfi that I
virtually eliminates seasickness.

"Would you mind tatting on of those portjmmona to

I can in it xnt puoner is wm

J Faltering Philip

thtilft ttf h flua rttb hralset.
Alrt vavld Mrff kJ hoas Ht
A. OUastflaAa. fart tk rlttt ehM

AfPOVAi PANAMA Af WAYS

PANAMA-MIAMI
MIAMI-DALLAS

. $55.00
. $61.05

PANAMA c
DALLAS

Today's XV ProE1"

6

05

J:00 CTN NEWS
S:1S Dlrhh Short
:30 NBC Education
Serin (IGY)
4:00 Mr. Wizard
4:30 Don It Matter What You
Think
4:45 Induirry On Farad
5:00 Roy Rogers

5:30 PANORAMA
7:00 High Road To Danger
1 30 It Could Be You
3:00 Studio On
r0 Men of Annapolu
.10 SUrt of Jau
10:00 Amateur Hour
11:00 CTN NtWS
11:15 Encore: Id Sullivan

Courtesy of AeroTlas Panama Alrwaa
PHONES: PANAMA: 3-1057 S;1 698 3-1699
v OFFICE HOURS; from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

r

7



" ' ' .' I 1 ' M j
, '-; - ..ii. r ': r.:.r-r-,.--:-.-'.:- '
. V,. . .-. '' j- s s ' ''' ' -'..'
1 Read story, on page 6

7 V.U'WctM

liom

one em

r 1 M If f'-L. .1

i ii ii m minimum mm m iiLMtwiiiiiyy8
4 f 1 i
.---...-n..

'CONGRATULATIONS are extended by Assistant Secretary of the Army George H. Roderick to
Edwin Joseph, winner of the Spanish language essay contest held as a part of the Theodore
Roosevelt Centennial observance in the Canal Zone. The young student who won first place
Is from the Rainbow City High School. The presentation of prizes to the winners in the Span Spanish
ish Spanish language essay contest was made by Roderick at the Family Night program held at the
Paraiso Gymnasium. The program was attended by most of those who came -to the Isthmus
With Roderick as well as Gov. William E. Potter and many other top Canal officials. Shown in
the above picture is Dr. Frank B. Berry, assistant Secretary of Defense, seated at the left; and
Ellis Fawcett, principal of Paraiso High School and president of the Congress of Latin Ameri American
can American Civic Councils which sponsored the contes t in the Latin American schools. Cash prizes were
donated to the three top winners and the two first prize winners were awarded minature Roo Roosevelt
sevelt Roosevelt busts during the Dedication Program held Saturday morning at Balboa Heights. The two
top winners in the English language contest w ere also awarded minature busts.

. j

Solon To Fight Administration Bid
For Lower Tobacco Price Supports

WASHINGTON, Nov. 17 (UPI)
Chairman Harold D. Cooley (p (p-N.C.))
N.C.)) (p-N.C.)) of the House Agriculture
Committee said today he would
fight administration pressure for
fewer tobaccco price supports.
Tobacco industry spokesmen
were scheduled to meet here to today
day today with administration officials
to discuss suggestions for changes

TODAY!
3:00 :

.75 -- .40

OiJOHNWAMMj
I THE M
u m the fml
IV QuXk ;;
fV eikoTndo jlf j
gl SAM JAFFE ''J
JOHN HUSTON Iff
" EUGEN FRENKE J?
ttmif to) W erf f if
' CHARLES GRAYSON J

lH WEDNESDAY

")( landmark in powerful
dram'as!

CIIAiriED FURY!

r n

i TONY CURTIS
ISIDfePOITIER
JtTffTl

I I Ii .' ....fniiniTtninTitit II i

, II MM

in the federal tobacco program

The meeting climaxes discus discussions
sions discussions that began in tobacco-growing
areas after administration
spokesmen asserted rising support
prices were choking off export
sales.
Under present law tobacco sup support
port support prices must be held at 90
per cent of the "fair earning pow power"
er" power" parity price as long as grow

ers do not reflect federal produc production
tion production and marketing controls.
Cooley pointed out in an inter interview
view interview that Agriculture Secretary
Ezra Taft Benson asked last Jan January
uary January for amendment of the law
to allow lower price support rates.
Cooley said he has also heard sug suggestions
gestions suggestions that if a cut is not au authorized,
thorized, authorized, Congress should freeze
supports at not higher than the
1958 level for three years.
"But at the moment I'm against
any tampering witht the tobacco
program from the legislative stand
point," Cooley said. "It has oper operated
ated operated well and it will continue to
operate well if Benson leaves it
alone."
Cooley said the" major problem
facing tobacco growers in the im immediate
mediate immediate futu-e is the question of
1959 planting allotments for flue flue-cured
cured flue-cured tobacco.
The Agriculture Committee
Chairman said the decision to
maintain) allotments at present lev levels
els levels or to cut them is Benson's res responsibility.
ponsibility. responsibility. Cooley added, howev however,
er, however, he feared Benson might use
the threat of a cut to press for
g-ower and congressional accept acceptance
ance acceptance of amendments to the price
support law.

New Cars Force
Motel To Spread
Parking Space
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 17 (UPI)
Owners of a downtown motel
here have been forced to buy an
additional 7500 square feet of

property to provide parking
space for the longer 1959 model
cars.
Sam Parnas, general manager
of the Olympian motor hotel,
said today cosir of accommodat accommodating
ing accommodating Detroit's latest creations was
$30,000.

Pope Names Two Americans
Among 23 New Cardinals
VATICAN CITY, Nov. 17 (UPI) Pope John XXIIII named 23 new cardinal! today
to raise the strength of the Sacred Colleg e of Cardinals to an unprecedented 75.
The Pontiff called a Vatican consisto ry for Dec. 15 when the new cardinals will
be Invested with their red hats. ;
He named two new American cardina ls: Msgr. John O'Hara, archbishop of Phil Philadelphia,
adelphia, Philadelphia, and Msgr. Richard James Cushfng, archbishop of Boston,

Philadelphia's O'Hara Numbed
On Getting News Of Elevation

Death Claims Noted
Author, Newsman
Samuel H. Adams

BEAUFORT, S.C., Nov. 17 (UPI)

Funeral services will be held

here tomorrow for Samuel Hop

kins Adams, newspaperman and
author who died at his winter

home here early yesterday at the

age of 87.

Death was attributed to the ef

fects of a long ills and old age,

Adams came here Oct. 1 from
his lakeshore home near Auburn,
N.Y. The body will be cremated
here and the ashes returned to
Auburn for burial.
Adams was a prolific writer,
turning out a long series of suc suc-cesful
cesful suc-cesful novels, biographies and
magazine articles. His most re recently
cently recently completed book, 'Tender 'Tenderloin,"
loin," 'Tenderloin," to be released in the spring,
will be the basis for a Broadway
musical.
He was a native of Dunkirk, N.
Y. He wrote a series of stories
about the Erie Canal for New
Yorker magazine which later were
published as the 'Grandfather Sto-ies.'

PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 11

(UPI) Archbishop John P.. O'

Hara, elevated to cardinal by

Pope John XXIII, said today he
counted on the prayers of his
people and the protection of the

Mother of God in his new pas

toral worK.

The cardinal-designate, who

celebrated his first mass as a

cardinal In private in his chapel

at his archepiscopal residence on
City Line and Cardinal Avenues,
described himself as "numb" at
his elevation.

"I was numb when I first

heard the news and I am still

numb," the new cardinal said.

Cardinal O'Hara, 70, first

heard of his elevation through a
call from the apostolic delegate

in Chicago last night, he said.

His eminence, in
sttatement, said:

a formal

"The call to serve the 'Holy

Father in the College of Cardin Cardinals
als Cardinals is a grave responsibility. The
courage demonstrated by his
holiness in accepting much
ereater responsibility helps me

to overcome my personal reluc
tance.

"I am grateful to his holiness

for the recognition given the

Catholic life prevalent in the

Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Fol

lowing the example of Pope John
XXIII, I count on the prayers of
our people and the protection of

the Mother of God to make up

for my own failings in the wider

field of pastoral work this as assignment
signment assignment entails."

The cardinal-designate, a tall,

spare, 8-footer who was a curate
in the archdiocese of Philadel

phia 40 years ago, said he first

heard of his appointment at 8

o'clock last night. He is a former
president of the University of

Notre Dame.

r

Strong Tornadoes
Hit Texas, Okla.
On 250-Mile Front

LAWTON, Okla., Nov. 17 (UPI)
Tornadoes and windstorms as
strong as tropical hur r i c a n e s
struck along a SO-mile front in
Oklahoma and Texas today.
They injured seven or eight
persons and damaged schools,
homes and garages. None was re
ported killed.
Tornadoes were reported at
Lawton, Okla., Walters, lit., and
Olney, Tex. Violent winds reach reaching
ing reaching the 75 mph velocity of hurri hurricanes,
canes, hurricanes, were reported at Abilene,
San Angelo and Wichita Falls, all

in Texas.
Thp tornadoes were generated

bv an advancing winter storm, the

first of the year, that was covering

th ground with snow in me ran

handle and south plains of Texas.

An inch or more of snow was on
the ernunrl already and fore

casters expected there would be
four inches by night, along with
ia-28 degree temperatures.

Ike To Vacation ?
Unitl thanksgiving

At Augusta Club

at

WASHINGTON, NOV. 17 (UPI)
President Eisenhower will
leave Thursday or Friday for A A-gusta,
gusta, A-gusta, Ga., and remain through
Thanksgiving on a golfing vaca vacation,
tion, vacation, the White House announc announced
ed announced today.
Press Secretary James C. Hag Hag-erty
erty Hag-erty said he expected the presi president
dent president to remain at his cottage on
the Augusta National Golf Club
through the Thanksgiving week weekend,
end, weekend, but that no definite date
for returning to the White House
has been set.
Mrs. Eisenhower will accompa accompany
ny accompany .the chief executive in the
presidential plane, Columbine
III.
Hagerty said the exact depar departure
ture departure time probably will not be
determined until tomorrow.
He also said no decision has
been reached yet on whether the
President will hold a news con conference
ference conference Wednesday.
Although no detailed plans for
the visit were revealed, it was

expected the chief; executive

would spend a large part or his
time on the well-manicured fair fairways
ways fairways and greens of the famed
national course.
One of his favorite golfing
companions is Clifford Roberts,
New York investment banker
and president of the Augusta
National Club.

eft

I l I V ri
t-li 1
Urn
mi

EYE CATCHINGP laying
hide-and-seek among the tall

reeds of southern France,i
shapely Sidonie Paquin, 17,!
proves a standout in the beauty
department. The Paris born
lovely, resembling Brigitte Bar-

a hanuM an actress.

. The new cardinals were named
shortly after the-Pontlft named
Mser. DomeniccCTardin! as Vat

ican secretary'-of state.. He had

been acting in that position ior
some time.

Msgr. Giovanni Montlnl, the

archbishop of Milan, was among
Italians, elevated to the rank of

cardinal. Montini had won iame

for his "work against the Com

munlsts in that industrial area

of Italy.

The new cardinals named by
t.Vi Pnne tndav are:

John O'Hara. archbishop of

Philadelphia.
Richard James Cushlng, arch,
Wshnn of Boston

Giovanni Montini, archbishop

of Milan.

Giuseppe' Pietta, Papal Nuncio
to Italy, an Italian. i
rtoi-nanrin Cento, nunclff In

Portugal.
Carlo Chlarlo, Apostolic Nun
Mn on Tfca.Hn.n.

Amletto Giovanni Clcognani,

Italian apostolic delegate m x-ne

United States.

Tns ftaribi t Rivera, arch

bishop of Guadalajara, Mexico.

Antonio Maria Barmen, arm

Wshon of Montevideo. Uruguay.

William Godfrey, arcnoisnop

nf Westminster. Britain.

Carlo Conf alonleri, secretary

of the congregation of semina
rles Italian.

Alfonso Castaldo, archbishop

nf Monies.

Paul Marie Richaud, archbish

op of Bodreaux, France.
Jose Bueno y Montreal, arch
hishon of Revilla. Spain.

.TiiHiis noerjfner. bishop of

Berlin,

Domenlco Tardinl, who was
named Vatican secretary of

state today.
Alberto dl Jorio. ceneral audi

tor of the Apostolic chamber
who already had been notified
nf his eltvation for serring as

secretary of the conclave which

elected PODe John.

Francesco Braccl, secretary of

the Sacred Congregation of Sac
raments. an Italian.

Francesco Robert!, secretary

of the congregation of the coun
cil, an Italian.

Andre Julien, dean of the
Tribunal of the Sacred Rota, a

Frenchman.

Giovanni Urbanl, Patriarch of

Venice.

Paolo Giobbe, Papal nuncio in

Holland.

Francis Koenlg, archbishop pf

Vienna.

Assembly Honoring Panama Held

By Junior-Class Of Cristobal High

FOUowins a lone standihr tra

dition, .the. Junior class of Cris-

tooai mgn ; scnooi c under the
sponsorship of Mrs. Robert Gegg
presented an assembly in honor
of the Republic of Panama on
Novj 6. This year the class, em emphasized'
phasized' emphasized' modern Panama and
Coloiu -;'v

Otis Imboden. information of

ficer of Interamerican,' Highway
Darien Sub-Committee; gave the
main address.'He was introduced

by Maurice Belafiger, 'who gave
a brief summary of the'- back

ground: of the highway;; Pana Panama's
ma's Panama's new role as. a link for the
North and South as. well as East
and West was brought.out.

'Vf -Ik.

High Court Justices Face Problems,
Shy Witnesses To Shade Of Oranges

WASHINGTON, Nov. 17 (UPI) (UPI)-The
The (UPI)-The power of legislative commit committees
tees committees to quiz reluctant witnesses is
under Supreme Court examination
again this week.
Beginning this afternoon the
court has scheduled four cases on
the subject. Two are cases from
Virginia and New Hampshire. The
other two challenge the operating
authority of the House committee
on un-American activities and the
Senate internal security subcom subcommittee.
mittee. subcommittee.
Earlier the nine justices plan planned
ned planned to look into the question of
artificial coloring for Texas and
Florida oranges. The U.S. Depart Department
ment Department of Health wants to prohibit
use of a coloring material called

"Red 32" on grounds it is poison poisonous.
ous. poisonous. Orange gowers say they don't
use enough to harm anyone. They
maintain the public won't accept
fruit with green rinds and that
the future of orange-growing in
Texas and Florida depends on con continued
tinued continued coloring. Oranges raised in
California are naturally orange
and don't need coloring.
Lower federal courts have hand handed
ed handed down conflicting rulings on the
subject.
Before hearing arguments, the
nine justices were expected to
hand down opinions and announce
which new cases have been ac accepted
cepted accepted for review.

US Loaned, Gave $4,661 Billion
To Other Countries In Fiscal 58

o

WASHINGTON, Nov. 17 (UPD (UPD-The
The (UPD-The government has ireporied that
it gave or loaned $4,661,000,000 to
other countries in the fiscal year
ended last June 30.
The Commerce Department said
yesterday that total, which includ included
ed included deliveries of military equ;p equ;p-ment,
ment, equ;p-ment, was 830 million dol ars high higher
er higher than foreign aid in the previous
fiscal year. But it was some 300
million dollars lower than two
years ago.
, Non military grants as distin distinguished
guished distinguished from loans feil by 185 mil
lion dollars Irom the previous year
lo a post-war low of about $1,500, $1,500,-000,000
000,000 $1,500,-000,000 the report said.
Grants of m litary supplies and
services rose bv 200 million dol

ars to $2 519,000.000. a bit more

than ha f of the 1958 total. The

r military portion in fiscal 1957 was

slightly less than 'half the total fo foreign
reign foreign aid bill.
The year saw a major change
in the geographical distribution of
military grants. Those -for west western
ern western Europe fell by 300 million dol dollars
lars dollars to 897 million dollars. At the
same time military aid to the Far
Eat and Pacific advanced 43 per per-ci't
ci't per-ci't to 893 million dollars.
.Military assistance lor the Near
East-Afrka-South Asia group soar soared
ed soared from 393 million dollars in 1957
to 627 million dollars in fiscal 1958.
Military aid to Latin Aerica rose
three million dollars to 75 million
dollars. But non-military assist assistance
ance assistance to American republics more
than doubled, spurting from 159

mil'ion dollars to 336 million dol

lars. The. report- said the r'se re reflected
flected reflected Export-Import Bank loans
to A'-gent'na, Braril, Chile, Colom Colombia,
bia, Colombia, Mexico and Peru.

mm

II -r '4' I
Z i r l ..,-

ZlBzzfi 2T -. A
iti-i.ririTiiJ--ri-(MJMM. T.J m mi to i ' .kwwmw W."H

BAR BELL BELLES A, unch of Delilahs acting' like Samsons, these aquamalds get into
shape by practicing with barbells between water -ski shows ar Cypress Gardens. Fla. Girls aren't
likely to strain any muscles lifting those "weihU"-" rr f t' r t -T-:-;!v-

Soviets May Allow

Test Ban Observers,

Informants Report

vENEVA: NbVv 17UPI

Russia has Indicated it.wlll, al allow
low allow U.Sobservers on Soviet ter territory
ritory territory to police : an East-West

nuclear test oan. u receives
similar t permission from, t the

West, Informed sources 'SaW to-

day ': "'V;' "'V;'-wostern
wostern "'V;'-wostern observers regarded

the renort as potentially a ma

jor Soviet concession in view oi
the ... Russians' .weltkaown aver

sion to opening up tneir country

to foreigners. v -v x
The sourpes said ,the Soviet
stand was-made .known to the
West informally; and has tiot yet
been mentioned at the nuclear
test conf erence here, which Still
was deadlocked.
The United, States and Russia
each have submitted draft
treaties for a nuclear1 testing
ban,, and, each was expected to
reject the other's proposal at to today's
day's today's session.
The U.S. plan called for a nu nuclear
clear nuclear ban with built-in controls
to police it, whils the Soviet pro proposal
posal proposal called for an immediate
East-West pledge to ban nuclear
testing; lor all time.
Sudanese General
Grabs Power; Will
Stand Vifh Nasser

CAIRO. Nov. 17 UPD The

commander-in-chief of the .Su
danese armed forces was re

ported to have seized power in
the Sudan today and to have

pledged closer realtions with
President Gamal Abdel Nasser's
United Arab Republic.

The semi-official Middle East

News Agency safe! Lt. Gen. Ibra

him Abboud, the Sudanese commander-in-chief,
deposed Pre

mier Abdullah Khftlil in a 3 a.m
coud shortly before Khalil's in

tended departure for Cairo and

talks with Nasser.
Omdurman radio in the Sudan

broadcast a communique pro

claiming the revolution aimed
at ending "anarchy and corrup corruption
tion corruption in all state organs... with without
out without exception,' the agency reported.-
'-p.. .. ..
','We shall make every effort to
improve relations between the
sister UiA.R. and the Sudan and
solve all outstanding questions

between; the two countries and

eliminate artificially contrived
tension .between them," Abboud
was quoted. ." "i--:
The agency said Abboud's ini initial
tial initial decrees dissolved all political
parties, banned demonstrations
and public gathering .throughout
the nation and suspended all
newspapers.
' '"' !'-' ,v'.

: A Tare-opportunity- was give
the students wheo Miss- Aminta
Melendez, who a a teenagef
helped Panama in her: time of
revolt, spoke briefly to the teen
agers of 1958, ?r5-ir-; r
MlsS iMelendea urged ttiat alj alj-the
the alj-the students learn Spanish a
they wiU soon be the'leaxiers. Sha
stressed that Panama 'and tha
U.S. are neighbor, and. that
while neighbors r can crlticizt
each, other, r .they i should la
general., suBDort, and

each other. She .said neither

should be quick to take offerist
at m 1 s u nderstandings, often often-brought
brought often-brought about toy language
barrier.. ;
In' closlng'she told the tu4
dents how pleased she was to at
tend such a gathering and tha
lt was an example of what sh
meant by closer understanding.
The program concluded wittf
brief speeches on the' Colon Trea'
Zone, history of Colon,' the Uveal
of several Panamanian studentr
who graduated from C.H.S. and
the dancing of the tamborito, 0.i
E. Jorstad and the C.H.S. orh
chestra provided: aiusic f or' th
national anthems-pr tooth couni'.
tries.': .. ,t
Juniors taking part In the as.
sembly were Robert Irving, Rut
by Hall, Paul Leignadier, Emily
Hearn, Joan page; Rafael Arose v
mena, Leila Leon, Frank Mc
Leod and Maurice Belanger, ",

II

TODAY
0.75--0.40

3:00 4:58 :56
:. 8:5S p.m.
SENSATIONAL

RELEASE!

A conference is oftano,closxt
weetina o t bored. nu

Weather Or Not

This weather renort fnr Ma ii

hoars ending 8 m. m. today Is
prepared by the Meteorological
an Hydrographle Branch of th( I
Panami Canal Company: &

Balboa Cristobal I

TEMPERATURE?
High ........ M
Low 71

HUMIDITY t

High

Low

98
68

WIND:
(max. mphT NW-1
RAIN (inches)
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 81

78

9
78
NW-17

TUESDAY, NOV. 18 I
High Low
9:03 a.nu 2:58 a.m.
9:42 pjn. . 8!24 pjn.

v. : Watches M

4

ADVENTURES,, AND IN INTRIGUES
TRIGUES INTRIGUES IN THE DAYS
, OF THE FRENCH REVO REVOLUTION!...
LUTION!... REVOLUTION!... ; i w

x f
's iixwiiniiiiif
-41 ill

jslfODAYI 40

CE.fCTRAL

LAST pAxf :
1:88 7 8:35 8:02 8:29 p.m.

From

Hcrman wours
great Novel

WA(MCKBOS

tlominastor

TKtpictmthatti
tki $Uny f itverf t
tyoung girl whoever
kadtochooubetttHeH

decency and iwrtl

'fi'W''

I GENE

m ivri 1 1 iti ii in v;

D w WWW K;':M

I

NATALIE

I'OOD

CLAIRE TREVOR".

0

I

i
i

''!''-!
V',"
i,