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Finds Her CZ
CongresswomaH1 Xxonor. -,. K.
- fiullivao, (D-Mo.J, chairman of
the Panama Canal subcommittee
of the House Merchant Marine
' and Fisheries Committee, who is
visiting the Isthmus briefly dur
ing the two-day siopover 01 me
Panama Canal liner Ancon, said
today that Canal Zoners seemed
to have little to grumble about,
Mrs. Sullivan, who is staying
at Hotel El Panama HUton, said
today that she receives quite a
lew letters from the Isthmus. A
number of them recently ; had
been from retired PanCanal em employes
ployes employes who complained that they
. should still be entitled to;. com commissary
missary commissary privileges. J',
"Most of the letters I receive
added Mrs. Sullivan, who has,
taken an interest in the Canal
Zone for some years "are just
tripes and .when I. investigate
them I find there is really lit little
tle little cause for complaint,"
Mrs. Sullivan arrived 'yester 'yesterday
day 'yesterday on the Ancon and will sail
with the ship when leaves to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon.
. Atlantic-siders are likely to
monopolize her attentions dur during
ing during her brief stay.
She Is particularly interested
In seeing the new communities
of Cpco Sola and France Field
I and will, make a tour' of these
' areas tomorrow morning, call
, tag at houses picked at ran random
dom random as she drives round. v
She said one purpose of her
visit is to present an-up-to-date
minute report to her committee,
which will include lour, new
"members when itJfcfcfavenes "in
'ffuarr ta resfilt of the elec elec-?
? elec-? tions. r -.4 v f
; Bne-wams io.tio u sne cair
to speed the transfer f the
( Cristobal High School front, Its
present building,. She revealed
that they are finally ready to
let bids for the conversion of
I bachelor quarters at Coco Sola
into the new school.
' She wifl leave the Pacific side
,by ar early tomorrow morning
so that she will have several
hours in which to inspect Atlan-
tic side houses, : schools, retail
stores,xand other community f a4
cllities. She wilf be accompanied
by John DHollen, chief of the
Executive.- Planning staff, and
Thatcher Clisbee; of Hollen's
' Mrs. Sullivan visited Coco Solo
,-last year when" her Panama Ca Ca-!
! Ca-! rial subcommittee came here for
, a visit of several days. During
ithat visit public hearings were
1 held On a Variety of Canal prob problems.
lems. problems. $ '. -.,
4 The development Of Coco Solo
.s a panamaCanal community
to house residents ; from New
i Cristobal was-then und6r active
',' Hollen said1 today that Mrs.,
fSullivan ha; expressed specia
Interest, lnr seeing; some of the
projects which have been Initiat Initiated
ed Initiated inthe Atlantic side communi.
ties under the' guidance of the
Civil. Councils and community
groups, t v
Among the places to be vis-:
Ited tomorrow mornlnr in this
connection will be the new
Breakers ,CluJ. the Teenage
Club, and th4'ach Club at
Coco Solo, -"
;- Three Otherj members of the
,TJ.S. Hous -of Representatives
i arrived on the Ancon for a brief
' stay. They are:' Heps. Emmett K.
I Byrne (D-IU.) William K. Van
I Pelt, 1 (D-Wis.H nd Melvin R.
i Laird, (D-Wis.). All four "mem "mem-;i?ers
;i?ers "mem-;i?ers of Congress are returning
' On the Ancon.. .
! i Mrs. Sullivan, a native of St.
! Louis, is the first woman to be
: ; elected to Congress from her
' Statei She Teoresents the Third
District. In addition to member.
1 ship on the House Merchant
"Marine and Fisheries Commlt Commlt--
- Commlt-- tee, which handles Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal legislation, she i. also a
', member of the Banking and
Currency Committee. v
-Van Pelt Is also a member of
eriet committee. Hev is.,fromf1
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.- Mrs.
Van Pel s' is accompanying y her
husband on the present trip. s
Byrnes, of chicaeo, is a mem member
ber member of th Public Works Com
mlttee. Accompanying him on
, his visit to the Isthmus are Mrs.
Byrne and their two daughters,
:.. Molly and patrlct.;?u-.-vii!
Laird is a native of MarshfieM.
Wisconsin, He is a member of
the House Appropriations Com-,
mlttee. Mrs. Laird is accompany
ing her husband. ; :
Canal Pockets Higljest-Ever
Commercial Tolls in October
Althourh the -number of larrn- eommerntal tmscIi In transit
through the Canal last month was below record levels, the a a-mount
mount a-mount of tolls collected on commercial. traffic in October was
the highest total in the Canal's history,- according to statistics
announced today. r
There were 106 transits by ocean-golor commercial ships
during the past month, seven less than in October of last year
when the existing -record was set The number was considerably
higher, however, than any month since Jast March.
In addition to the commercial traffic; there were 14 transits
by U.S. Government vessels. . v:;r ,....
Tolls collected in October amounted W $3,814,015, of which
193,139 was in tolls credits-from Government shinping.
S. J.Garriel Gels
Low CZ License 21
1 Samuel J. Garriel. an employe
of the Maintenance Division in
Balboa, was awarded low li
cense plate 21 in the annual
Canal Zone drawing for low li license
cense license numbers held at the Li
cense Section in the Civil Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Bureau today.
The drawing was done by one
of the spectators, Mrs. Evelyn
Gober, out of a total of 1404
applications received up to the
time of the drawing.
!-The other low number holders
were, in order; William J. Har Harrison,
rison, Harrison, Albrook Air Force Base:
Charles McG". Brandl, Balboa;
Ferdinand Garcia, Curundu:
WiUiam H. Ward, GambOa; Ger Gerald
ald Gerald 'J. Fox, Balboa: Daniel P.
Forsythe.' Gamboa; Wesley H.
Bailey, Margarita; Georse H.
moss, Albrook Air Force Base:
Mario Marrero. Fort Ctulick. and
fTea A. Kusmng. curunau.
The 1959 nlates will be mail
ed to vehicle owners after Dee;
1. At that time, license olates
will be sold across, the. counter
at the License Secion.
The '1958 license plates, now
in use, will expire midnight Dec.
I Old Tinfors Compare
Many reminiscence and sou souvenirs'
venirs' souvenirs' of byrrgone days were
compared byr old timers during
their Visit to' the1 canal Zone
for the observance of the Theo Theodore
dore Theodore Roosevelt Centennial.
Among the souvenirs was a
small clay pipe which Stephen
Latchford, president of the
Panama Ca6al. Society of Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D.Cia8 had in his pos possession
session possession since 1907.
This small pipe was' one of
those distributed to guests at
the St. Patrick's celebration.
March 17, 1907 at the Corozal
Hotel.. At tms time, the old ho-;
el was- cleared of chairs and
tables and decorated with green
banners and large shamrocks
made of green cloth.
The pipe is made of white
clay, decorated iwith a green
hand-painted "shamrock on the
bowl andJias CorozaL C.Z.. and
the date painted on the stem.
At' thft .'tim nf tm fit- too-
tricks-'celebration, Col. George
W. Goethals:had just arrived
on the Isthmus. He attended-
the .celebration- and mad a
speecn. This ? is believed to beJ
nis nrsi puouc appearance in
the canal Zone ; ;
Utchf ord- te a8 Rbosevelt Me Medal
dal Medal holder who served
1905 'to 1911. first in t.h nZ
partment of i Engineering and
later W ". the Department' of
Headed For Failure
GENEVA Nov. 18 (UPI) The
West made another attempt today
W keep alive the East-West'1 talks
on preventing Surprise attacks but
every, indication was that the
conference "was,- a failure; rfi
V The West, v in an effort to' block
Soviet, attempts to turn they talks
into, cold war political -battle,
handed' over a detailed list of
modern weapons by: which sur sur-Drise
Drise sur-Drise attack could be launhpd
and isked that they be discuss.
fed,"' .v""' )' J(:;:
' xr.lM'ianM. nm Ttolv'a T U!
nsvisni-chairman for thg- day,
rejectee on penau of. the West
the Soviet proposal for a ban on
flighti of atomic and hydrogen
bombers .'over the high seas and
the territory of other states.
4-'.-;'. "j iiMh 'M,'-':f
The Soviets, revived this propbs propbs-il
il propbs-il yesterday. The West gaid it al already
ready already had been discussed and re rejected
jected rejected outside the conference and
that Russia's attempt to jreintro jreintro-duce
duce jreintro-duce it was merely another move
to turn the conference into a noli-
The amount of cargo shipped
through the Canal last month
exceeded 4,000,000 long tons, one
of the comparatively few
months ln vthe Canal's hlstorv
that tonnage exceeded this fig-
The total for October wa 4..
191,643 long tons, of which 94, 94,-164
164 94,-164 tons were shipped through
uii U4 uvernment vessels.
JBoth trahsits and tolls for the
first four .months of this fiscal
year are slower than for the
comparable period in the past
There were 3067 ocean-going
commercial ships in transit
duringr tno first four months
this year? as compared with
3,184 in the comparable period
last year. -.
Tolls thjil year totaled $14, $14,-744,000
744,000 $14,-744,000 at the end of October,
approximately $120,000 under
the figures- for the first four
months ok the previous fiscal
Costa Rica Halts
Of Foreign Vessels
SAN JOSE. Nov. 18 (UPI)
Costa Rica has -suspended the
further issue W registration 11
ceruse to f wcign; veiels- as -i?
Tnii country is one or xne
four including, Panama, Libe Liberia
ria Liberia land Honduras, named as
the target of a four-day boy
cott. from Dec. 1 to Dee. 4 by
the International i TransDort
worKers Federation 'because
thellr ships operated under
"flags of convenience."
The Ministry of Marine's
mercantile department has not
cancelled existing registration
but the government is prepar preparing
ing preparing a -bill for Congress' con consideration
sideration consideration nearly In December
which in effect would make all
such registrations illegal.
Public sentiment is said to
favor, the cancellation and the
bill therefore is expected to
The ITWF coritenda that
ships using "flags of conveni
ence" pay sub-stanaard wages
and that conditions aboard are
only up to the minimum safety
and sanitary requirements. :
'My Three Angels'
For its next production, the
Theatre Guild has chosen the
laugh-filled comedy, "My Three
Angels," which Will be' directed'
by Mrs. Priscilla Reade, assist
ed by Manny Diez.
Claude ; Aycock and Osmond
Kelly, both well known td Isth
mian audiences, will play the
lead roles. The three "angels"
will be Earl Almquist, Bob Ar Ar-mitage,
mitage, Ar-mitage, and Cameron Stewart.
Almquist is also a veteran guild
performer, and Armitage has
worked with the Cristobal Lit Little
tle Little Theater.
Lou Ann Henderson .has the
lngenue role. LeonoraxDavies,
Peter Barge, , Charles .pearce.
and Lt. John Reade complete
the cast;. vVfesV i m
- "My Three Angels" i will spen
on v Dec. 8 at the Ancon Play Playhouse
house Playhouse for a Week's run."
Nuncio To Con vey
VATICAN CUT, Nov.'. 18
UPI) T Pope? John XXni
today entrusted the Apostolie
Nuncio of. Panama to convey
a special apostolic blessing to
"our beloved people' of Pan Panama
ama Panama during a private audi audience
ence audience which he granted to
Monsignor Lulgi Punrolo,
' The Nuncio, ''who- tame to
Rome' to attend the Pontiff's
coronation, leaves tor Panama Panama-Thursday.
Thursday. Panama-Thursday. ; v
LULjU U VsUU Vid U U U UW vj Li U U U a VyJ
. m Spokesman:. Says
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aim ii ft X-"fr mmailimmXmmu!mum-vu iiinnii n n
RP BEEF TJ.Si BOUND Twenty-thousand do unds of beef, packed in 125-lb. cartons, are be being
ing being loaded by Employes ofnhe Panama Abbatoir for the first shipment of Panama beef to
the United States. The beef will be taken to Miami, Fla., aboard a refrigerated ship
Out !h Force
t-te. Mia h.C w, it'
motners;' aunts ana uncles,. or
othets who were interested in
education turned out Thursday
and Friday for Visitors pay in the
Canal Zone's schools.
As might be expected, the bulk
of the cFowd visited' 'the element elementary
ary elementary schools; during the .day the
UJ3. elementary schools chalked
up a total of 9,135 visitors and the
L a t i n; American elementary
schools a total of '474i 'h
In tle secondary schools, v the
United States reported 826 visitors
and the Latin American secondary
schools.' 256. Thursday was Visit
ors Day in the secondary schools.
The Fort Kobbe elementary
i i. .i 1. k
Taken For $10,0Jtt ;
In Whiskey Swindle
The swindling of Colon busi
nessman Feliciano segura out
nf sin.000 on a phony .whisky
deal was revealed loaay wurv
the filing of a charge agamsi
Anargiros FtHarry ) Giitson, a
Reeura told the Colon, Secret
Police he gave a. total ot $10,000
to Glltsott, whosa whereabouts
are unknown, to purchase whis whisky
ky whisky to sell In Colombii with the
assurance that he .would make
a $10,000 froflt. M
. Segura first iurnedt;over $2000
to GUtson on.a triat! basis, The
money -was said to Shave been
given tojene' Vicentej the mas master
ter master of a vessel plying between
Colombii' and: Colon, Who al
legedly Used Oe money to buy
the WhIIKy. a lew iaays uaier.
GUtson i returned fnd turned
OVer.'$2,C0 to Er-ua.?.'
' Encouraged by i success oi
the J peration. U gura then
turned over various sums oi
money to Glitson andsi; Vicente.
They totaled: $10,000,-,':. ,:"
Upon receiving ; tne last sum
of $1200, they assured segura
that on the retdrn voyage he
would receive $20,000,:, leaving'
him an acid-soaked box which
they said containod 100,000 Co
lombian pesos as security.
They explained tnat. they had
used that method to brinx : the
money out of Colombia, because
the government! prohibits the
exportation of large sums. They
warned Segura not; to open the
box immediately, because ; the
money had been' treated with
oil and would he:' damaged : if
it was handled before the oil
dried Out. ; However, they ; assur assured
ed assured him they would be return
ing to Colon ii;18 days' J
r Wheri the t ttmf: passed : arid
they did not .return, segura
opened the -'.boaj'toviJlnd: only
nieces of cardboard which had
been cut into strips the' size, of
dollar bills. 5 VmtWA.
v vuwu iia3 4V;ui ufAiy uvvm
in and out : of jail since 192H on
charges ranging from vagrancy
and tneit to assaulting his own
lamer. T. ; ;
Aimosi. a.ooo parems,-'g ri ttsUraii!J WTt'Ssilorr fluTini
And Interested Adults Turn
ine ay, ena
,- ehalirfd p"-the -largest
total number, with Balboa
elementary school in second place
with j total" of 489. In the Latin
A m e rl c a n Paraiso Elementary-Junior
High School had a total
of 124 visitors,,
In the secondary schools in the
United States system, Balboa
Junior High .School reported 377
visitors ofr high for this group
Rainbow City High School led
the list of Latin American second secondary
ary secondary schools with 156 visitors.
The Canal Zone schools observ observed
ed observed National Education Week dur during
ing during the past Week and since this
coincided with: the Theodore Roo
Air Force Fires
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., Noy,
18.(UPI) The spectacular and
apparently successful halfway
flight of another intercontinental
Atlas brought the powerful missile
a step closer today to the ocean ocean-hopping
hopping ocean-hopping capability for which it
The Air Fore did not disclose
whether the Atas, the nation's first
ICBitf, achieved the objectives de desired
sired desired in the shoot late last night.
But if it did, the next firing is
expected to be an all-the-way shot
of 600 miles. 1
Flames shot from the base of
the 100-ton giant at 11 p.m. and
grew into a huge orange ball that
turned the starlit into near-day
and thundered beyond the earth's
light as the Atlas picked up speed
atmosphere. ; ;
The 80 foot missile was visible
for four and a half minutes, the
duritiup of its powered flight. Just
before engine burnout, when the
Atlas appeared on y as a tiny red
speck in a starry sky, in apparent apparently
ly apparently hit. : layer of cold air and a
shimmerint! wreath of white sur
rounded it for- several seconds,?";
It' was the 14tn Atlas firing, and
the fifth launching with the power
of all three Engines, which gener
ate some 300,000, pounds of thrust.
Driyer Of Truck
Which Hit 2 Girls
Galled To Court
y A Panamanian truck driver
who backed his vehicle into two
children. Injuring one of them.
was due to appear at Balboa
Magistrates Court today charg charged
ed charged with, backing unsafely.
v He is Urban Benfleld Ness Ness-field.
field. Ness-field. ,46. The accident occurred
on Saturday near House 380,
Santa Crua. i ;
-'.. a..' t
V.The girts, both aged eight,
were Marcia Mesqulta and Ida
Mav Labrador. The former Re Required
quired Required hospitalization with a
neck inlurv but is not on the
seriously 111 list.
the Canal Zaaki al! schools devot,
ed much attention to, the life, and
works of s Roosevelt. Visitors Day
in the schools is normally one of
me nigniignts of the National Edu
Herier Urges Aid
To Latin America
Be Speeded Up
: WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS.
W.Va." (UPI) Undersecretary
ot state Christian A. Herter'said
yesterday ecnomic development in
Latin American must be speeded
up to met urgent demands of
He said it Is essential the ordi
nary Latin American citizen be
given a chance to raise his stand
ard of living.
ii nis nopes are frustrated we
must not be surprised if despair
ing. neurotic forms of nationalism
destroy these very as ets both
physical and intellectual which
alt of us are trying to maintain
for his benefit." Herter said n
a speech prepared for the second
Inter american Management
He said management is ani m
portant factor in economic devel
opment, sometimes even more
important than capital.
He said it has often been found
that the problem of supplying
competent management is a far
greater stumbling block to rapid
economic development than is. th
availability of -capital.'
Herter ureed that the United
States work with Latin Americans
to snare U. S. managerial experi experience
ence experience with the nations to the
He said Latin American devel development
opment development since World War I has
But if the urgent demands cf
the peop'e for higher living stand standards
ards standards are to be met, it must be
continued and, accelerated,' he
Drop In Income
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Commerce- Department reported
yesterday shutdowns in several
durable goods Industries resulted
in a sligh drop in personal income
' Waaes v and s 1 a r i e were
trimmed by an annual rate of 800
million "dollars, the department
said, but slight gains in other
earnings held the overall drop to
300 million dollars.
Tpe. department said October
personal income, hich includes
rents, dividends, benefit payments
and proprietors .. income, stood at
an annual rate of $357,500,000,000.
Thlseompared with $357,800,000, $357,800,000,-000
000 $357,800,000,-000 in September.
Fof the first 10 months of the
year, prsonal income ran at a
rate of $352,200,000,000, compared
with' $347 .800.000.000 for the kame
period In 1957.
Down, Not Up
A spokesman for Aerovias Panamii Airwavs (APA) a
Panamanian international airline denied today that a law
presenny Before the National Assembly will have the ef effect
fect effect of hiking air fares to and from Panama.
Officials of. US airlines ooeratina throuah Toeumen
were reported yesterday as fearing this would be among
the bill's effects. The law reauires rhnr no fnreinn mirier
will have any advantage over
i he APA spokesman said today that the bill is aimed
at ending the practice wherebv US airlines have n mini.
mum charge oflIO for a round-trip fare Panama-Miami,
uui iiicinsuurnpouna minimum rate is 171.
Charging pat this practice is designed to hurt APA
in this area, where it is better known than Stateside, the
spokesman said the bill left the US and other foreign lines
free to charge $110 round-trip, $171 round-trip, or any
other rate they wished, but the rate must be the same
northbound and southbound.
1 Ma iL.l .1
reaucea raresrn raced with
souuiDouna Miami Panama
round trip fates would stimulate
this country's tourist trade. Crit Critics
ics Critics of the bill have seen it as an
instrument which might lead to
tourist-carrying airlines bypass bypassing
ing bypassing Panama.
The critics have also indicated
that, if overly-harassed by gov government
ernment government regulations, foreign air airline?
line? airline? may find it convenient to
remove their Toeumen bases to
some other country, with a con consequent
sequent consequent loss of jobs for their
many Panamanian employes.
The APA spokesman declared
this to be bluff. He said Paha Paha-ma
ma Paha-ma is one of the biggest air airline
line airline revenue stops on the West
Coast, and no airline would
risk foregoing its Panama traf traffic.
fic. traffic. He expressed surprise that so
Rebels Kill 8 Cops
In Gang-Style Raid
In Havana Suburb
HAVANA, Nov. 18 (UPI) Re Rebel
bel Rebel tommygunners killed four and
wounded eight policemen here last
night in a gang-style ma.acre ap
parently inspired by the police
slaying of four insurgents 10 days
ago, it was reported today.
' Gunmen in a black Cadillac and
& erev Chevrolet poured a mur
derous crossfire into the ranks of
police going off duty at the 15th
nrecinct in suburban Marianao.
Four were killed and seven wound
The eighth pobceman was
wounded a few blocks from the
station, apparently as the gunmen
fled from ne scene.
A'though none of the killers was
positively identified, police said
there is no doub they were, re rebels
bels rebels avenging the killing of insurg
ent leader Angel (Machaco) Al-
meieira and three oi his band in
suburban Vibora a week ago Sa Saturday.
turday. Saturday. Police ordered a cry-wide round
up of known reDei sympamizers
in.a search for the ki'lers. Check
noinls were set up on the main
roads between Marianao and cen
i Ii i i -. i
Assistant To Act
As; Supply Chief
. tt. ;0. Theriault, assitant di
rector of the Panama Canals
supply and community service
bureau, will act as director dur
ing:; the absence of L. A. rergu-
.-.Ferguson left by air for New
York at the weekend for a pe periodic
riodic periodic (consultation with Pro Procurement
curement Procurement .v Division h personnel.
This division is a unit of the
supply 'and community service
bureau.. Ferguson will return in
about one week.
i. uci.iu.cu mur, rarner man driving tares up, APA
had been instrumental in bringing them down. The big"
U5 lines, he said, mode no substantial efforts to offer
any Panamanian carrier
.1 i . ...
io lowaig a Fresidencia
VT. Ie foreign airlines
ine DUI 1Ji I" present
t0 before the Assembly.
The bill is understood to hav
St .rfftJirned from the P"siden!
cia with certain deletions in the
form in which it was originaUy
approved by the Assembly
Reverting to the effect of' com competition
petition competition on keeping fares down,
th! tt cA P?,5fB,n noted that
f.US' lrlInes' rou trip
fares on the Miami-San Juan
Fuerto Rico, route are oS Sout
a?2f C0,st-P-mlle basU as
AfA s Mlami-Pansmo j
fare. U.S. airline., co;;Z
airlines comnfj iraan
the Miamlsan Juan
In Beauty Queens
To Invite Landon
The Guatemalan Air Forc
hni?peited 10 arriv Al Albrook
brook Albrook today with a goony-bird
full of beauty queens and press pressmen
men pressmen and top brass who will ex extend
tend extend an invitation t tv, n
mander of the Caribbean Aii
lonT d attend Guatema Guatemalan
lan Guatemalan National Air Force Day
A goony-bird is the affection-
thuw1 flyers glve t0 a Plan
which is more properly and au au-tereljr
tereljr au-tereljr called a C-47.
The Guatemalan Air Force
sent an invitation by -letter to
Maj. Gen. Truman H. Landon.
but apparently decided to back
up their letter by a personal vis visit.
it. visit. And for good measure and
possibly as an added enticement
to the general to attend.' they
were reportedly sending seven
beauty queens along.
Officially, however, the party
is a "joint delegation of the pr&i
gram, committee for- National
Aviation Day, civil ahd military ."
The delegation' will be accord-'
ed the hospitality of .Albroofc
quarters for their overnight
stay and are expected to fly back
W Guatemala tomorrow. ;
Vk' ;.f'-. ..j.i-f1
David George Eversley. v H." ?
Panamanian, was fined 815 br
Judge John E. Demlng at Bal- -boa-
Maglsrates court today for
assaulting another man, Lauro
1 i. nsa-i--
Alter metai castings had 1
fallen from his truck bcint -,
driven along Gaillard Highway,
Cyril Gregory Kirchman. 33. Co Colombian,
lombian, Colombian, was fined $15 for hav having
ing having an improperly loaded truck.
5: J' -yj
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TRK PANAMA AMERICA AN INDCrCNUENT DART NEWSf AFEK
4TESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 19S
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
CWNIO AND ULIHro Y TMB PANAMA AMIHICAM PRCS. INC.
, FOUNDED (Y NELSON KOUNSCVELL IN It 21
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THE MAIL BOX
Most motorists operate their vehicles free from any fears as
to their efficiency. Such individuals are careful to avoid acci accidents.
dents. accidents. They observe stop signs, flashing beacons, jay walkers,
drunk and careless drivers.
In the city of Panama wayward or homeless, children sit,
scrape and jump all over parked vehicles without any sense of
protection for expensive automobiles. They will get into the
street with a stick to touch slowly moving vehicles, or to jump
On the bumper disregarding their own safety. In most cases
their mother or father sees this kind of behavior, and thinks
toothing of it until something serious happens. This is common
In the slum areas of the city, such as Chorrillo and Marafion.
We motorists can eliminate this form of mental punishment
by keeping out of these areas, but it is terrible when our cars,
and possibly ourselves or families, may be damaged or injured
by rock-throwing delinquents on the road between the north
end of Automobile Row and the intersection of the newly-constructed
prefabricated houses of the San Miguel fire victims.
This is route most Zonlans travel on their way home. Teenagers
of this newly section of the Hollywood area should be more
grateful to Ernestito de la Guardia for finding them a place to
live instead of rolling mud in the form of rocks to await pass passing
ing passing 'vehicles. I hope the Guardia Nacional will crack down on
these culprits, as they have done on all other troublemakers in
this city" A Victim
"Humble Zonian" (Mail Box, Nov. 11) states that many Pan Panamanians
amanians Panamanians with official license plates buy at the service centers and
commissaries, meanwhile parking their cars in territory designated
for the exclusive use of Zonians.
Could "Humble Zonian" explain how these Panamanians could
buy without a privilege card? Apart from the operatives from the
Contraband Control Office it is the duty of the sales clerks to make
customers show their privilege card with every purchase made.
Would "Humble Zonian" suggest that some Commissary big shots
are ignoring these rules iust to make their sales totals look good,
and thus keep a tighter grip on their jobs? Or would he suggest that
certain CZ employes ae lending their privilege cards to Panamanian
contabandists? Or that Panamanian wives on the Zone are shop shopping
ping shopping for their relatives in the republic?
In this last regard. Local Raters are limited in their commis commissary
sary commissary privileges, while US Raters are unlimited. Who then is in the
hotter nncitinn in ahpt snmr FontrabandinS?
As for tlir- postal service, I understand that an executive prder
was issued in December. 1956. giving instructions on the use of Canal
Zone post offices. About that time the Ancon post office was closed
as an economv measure, and the rental of post office boxes else elsewhere
where elsewhere in the Zone was limited to CZ residents or agencies directly
involyedjn the Canal opeation Persons living in Panama City could
f Claim general aeuvsjry oniv m me rruuuui. (
T If the Ancon piqfet office was closed as an economy, why are
postage stamps, money orders and postal savings certificates being
sold without restriction vu
Because they represent a source of income?
By VICTOR RIISfL
(Certainly Welter Reuther bo bo-tame
tame bo-tame on of the most contro controversial
versial controversial issues of this past dra dramatic
matic dramatic campaign. Thor wa no notional
tional notional discussion tf his -union's,
political aclivit.tt. Hero, drawn
from the pages of hit own pub publication
lication publication distributee) ,n labor cir circles,
cles, circles, Is the first detailed report
on the inner workings of th
Auto Union's Political Action
The massive brains of the Supplv Bureau of The Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Comoanv have com un with a son for fv ooor beeuiled mi blip.
The new gimmick? allowing the public a choice for new commis commissary
sary commissary hours. The choices, in the vote blank handed out, are three:
(1) presen hours, 8:30 to 12:30 to 5:30; (2) 9:00 to 1:00 and
2:00 to 5:00; (3) 9:00 to 4:00 continuous. The footnote to the vote
states: "Total opening time should not exceed seven hours."
If that isn't the biggest pile of stupid reasoning I ever heard of
or saw. The current hours are bad enouph; What do they offer7 Bad
choice No. 1, requires the stores to remain ooen a half hour less
than currently. Bad or worts choice No. 2 requires the stores to re remain
main remain one and a half hours less than current hours.
Of course the sticker i that the organization is so brainless
that they find it an impossible problem in logistics to solve if they
should have to keen the stores open more than seven hours. It's a
nut thev can't crack desni'e the rolleee degrees, promotion manag managers
ers managers and assistants and administrators and superintendents and super supervisor'.
visor'. supervisor'. To dope out a scheme to have some employes conve to work an
hour later than others or stagger lunch hours so that the store can
remain oDen from 9:00 to 5:00 or 5:30 is simplv so" gigantic a prob problem
lem problem in simple arithmetic or logic or personnel supervision, that it
simplv rannot be solved.
So they offer two ridiculous choices to show the customers how
much they are thinking of them.
How the blue blazes can the hug? department stores in the
United States, with their multiple problems of administration, man manage
age manage to stav open continuous from 9:00 to 5:00 or 9:00 to 5:30? Won't
the Governor rtlease pav the expenses of on? ou- bright (?) super supervisors
visors supervisors in the Commissary Division to go to the States and find out
how it's done?
Rank N. File.
GINGER GO HOME
"Ginger Know All"
man who snent the
Well, the character who calls himself
(Man box, nov. 101 is oacK again. Here is a
years, the only years he ever ate regular, working for the peo
pie whose hand he now bites. He never rose above a laborer
and hated everyone who did, especially his own West Indian
He speaks of people who eame here because thev live better
here than elsewhere. Why did he leave his paradise in the West
Indies, except to keep from starving? When he worked most of
his venom was directed at the Panamanians who referred to
Wm as a Chombo. At no time is or has he ever been a Panama Panamanian.
nian. Panamanian. He brags of his West Indian descent, yet speaks neither
correct Spanish nor English after all these years in Panama.
Panama would be a better country if it had shipped Ginger
and his ilk back to the starvation they came from when their
work was finished. Then the citizens with historic roots in the
country would all have work today. When a man has to leave
his country to keep from starving and then after years amounts
to nothing more than a laborer but still is so conceited that he
tninkzs he knows more than the educated men who work for
their country well.
There is a proverb: "What we know about things we know
nothing about is the most remarkable part of our mental equip equipment
ment equipment and education. It Is only the man who has made a thor thorough
ough thorough and exaustive tudy of a subject who will hesitate to give
a positive and unqualified answer to a subject. It is only the
Iackass whp thinks he knows everything about something he
:nows nothing about who is sure of his own conclusions."
This transplanted fountain of wisdom who calls himself
"Ginger Know All," certainly comes in the latter cateaorv. How
would Panama ever exist if this ebony Solomon ever returned
vo ine place wnence he came.
Walter Reuther and his aides
in tne Auto Union's ultra-modern
model Political Action Dept. back
no candidate with a gray flannel
tongue. Us ng techniques which
ou.moue even Madison Ave s su
per puke-taking methods, the u u-nion's
nion's u-nion's political units tesi each po political
litical political hopefui for "indolence" and
"vocai aDility" as well as voting
record. Hundreds of candidates,
seeking vhe union's support, are
put through what Reuther's own
publicists call the "coinee grimi
"Altogether it is a helluva ob obstacle
stacle obstacle course for any candidate
who wants .abor's endorsement,'
bluntly asserted the official post post-elec
elec post-elec ion report of the Auto Union
to its membership.
This referred to the special Au Auto
to Auto Union precinct committees
which interview every, cand.date
seeking labor's endorsement and
the nominee's "personal habits are
not above inquiry."
This report revelas it isn't
easy to set Into the coffee
grinder, either. Before a local,
state or Congressional candidate
can get into the writing room of
the Union's interviewing boards,
the politico must fill out a long
end "rigorous" questionnaire.
It is a complete personal histo
ry. I. a.ks lor his pouticiat activi activity
ty activity in "minute detail." What does
he think of taxes, civil rights, so
cial welfare, labor laws, indus-trial-aericultural-rural-urban
nomic developments, public educa education
tion education election laws and legislative
anDortionment? What are his i-
dess on how a uccessiul candi
date shou'd conduct h mself?
The interviewing is handled Dy
a special "steering' committee."
In this didrecling group is the
strength -of the politcal activity
led by Walter Reuther and the Au Auto
to Auto Union's high command. Follow
this from the street level up to
the point where they find a candi candidate
date candidate above vice and vooal in low
The report states that thePoli-
itical Acton, Dept. ties together
seven 10 w prpcuina ""-v
"zone." Eah '.'zone" has a chair chairman
man chairman elected by the precinct work workers.
ers. workers. Then some 30 zone chairmen
hand tosether. Thev make up the
executive or steering committee of
the union's Congressional district
organization. These are the men
who ac.ually interview the candi candidates
dates candidates of the major political par parties.
Once the candidates are endors
ed. Lhe .saues must be lounu by
the steering committee and their
block workers, jno mas opimuu
seeker ever Do.led a district more
careiuily. Tne repor. says: "They
(the campaign workers) must ana
out what issues a e oi particular
concern to each cit.zen.
They are even expected to fer
ret out particular neighDornooa
grapes anu Men apply a uttie com com-muni.v
muni.v com-muni.v service nagging the city
for another street light oa the dim
rnrnkp near an elderly woman s
home or agitai.ng tor playground
improvements in a neignoornooa
with a heavy population oi cnu-dren."
There are plenty of workers
for these chores since the u u-nion,
nion, u-nion, working with the perty,
generally the Democrats sup supplies
plies supplies two special workers for
each precinct. Alt this is coor coordinated.
dinated. coordinated. Usually the committee
headquarters is in an empty
store, hired a few weeks before
Election Day. The effectiveness
of these street level command
posts is best told in the words
of the report from "Solidarity,"
the union's publication:
HU Sank.. U s.
The Battle Of Inner Space
By BOB RUARK
I was prowling around the bath
room Uie otiier day looking tor
a motor scooter or a bliygoat or
something, we keep everyming m
the bathrom and stumbled on a
veritable arsenai of pills.
Offhand, I should say we got
pilla or every known ache, ague,
quinsy and distemper known to
mode.n man, and quite a lew
more against the future. They
come in all colors, includ ng mul-
ti, and there are even some cnain-
reaction capsules tharkeep setting
off little discharges ia your innards.
I ain't much of a pill man, my-
sell, but ev dently I'm lonesome.
I did run into a doctor once at a
cocktail party, and manged ro
wheedle a few prescriptions out oi
him for some ailment or oJier.
But by the time I worked myjway
through the stwfed? animals. pa
perback books,, flashlights, electric
toas ers, beach toys and lawn
mowers in what seems to be the
modern drugsiore, 1 lost my
nerve and my ailment simulta
Also, I was beset by a memo memory
ry memory of one little pharmacist in the
olden days who compounded a le le-lony
lony le-lony and a prescription simu'ta-
neously. when he charged me four
bucks lor 1Z capsules 'ha turned
out to re sugar of milk with an
aspirin base, so I kind of gave up
But not Mama. In her vast tra
vels, she has become n frusfcrat
ed physcian, and s about
curing people even e had to
make them sick firt
'Hub of activity, of course, 1
the district headquarters. .Here
the precinct worker comes to get
his literature, exenange miorma miorma-ton
ton miorma-ton with his brother doorbell-ringers,
discuss the day's news and
it. effect on issues and voters' in-
terets. make hi reports, nrPst
a candidate who may have saun
terests. make his reports, meet
in the district."
Here, behind windows plastered
with biz campaign posters, street
rallies are planned. Techniques to
around voter interest are iraa
ed. Here the precinct worker
is to d what "there is about a cer
tain candidate that is causing un
certaintv in the voter's mind.'
The candiate comes in for brief
ing on what to talk about in his
next campaign ratty speecn. He
learns what issues he must
Finally, says the report. "Ar
raniements are made on Election
Day to haul to the polls those who
can T f o or would neglect to go."
That's the Michigan formula. Ap
parently u WOTKSI
Well, as I say. I couldn't find
the shotgun or the saddle horse
or wiiaiever it w&s 1 was looking
tor in tfle Datnroom, but, 1 uiu unu
ims trove or nostrums, and I got
to brooding. read me ower uay
in the ataurday Evening fosi a-
bout a drug mat starteu on to
cure one tiling and wound up cur
ing anotner, and it Do.neieu me.
How does a pill, after you make
face and get it down, know
where .o go and what it's expect expected
ed expected to do? Uuviousiy, an aspirin
is designed tocured a headache,
but uppose it starts to Diy Ham
let and goes poach. ng on the
stomaLhe-uche traue? iiuVis go going
ing going to make the paregoric people
The'- internal traffic in pills is
terrinr these rtavs whkt with
reeople faking 'pills ; tb put you to
steep, puis to waKe you up, pu.s
to caltn you down, pills to pep
you up, pills' to cure your sore
back, puis to stroke your sore
head, pink phis, green pills, white
puts, yellow puis, red pills, pur
pie pills, brown pills and just sort
of off-beat ills.
The average adult American I
know travels With a suitcase full
of these things, and it takes him
longer to ingest the morning co covey
vey covey of capsules than it does to
Then there has to be the handy
traveling kit for the middle-of-the-
day dosage, and the pre-cocktai
party preparation, and the mid mid-evening
evening mid-evening ceremony.
" WASHINGTON With a flash
of temper that surprised his press
snapped at a reporter who asked
a critical question the other day
about the United Fruit Company
what most newsmen who Heard
his irritation didn't kritiw is that
Ike's confidential secretary is mar
ried to a top United Fruit execu executive,
tive, executive, i Ann Whitman who shares
iy mw nation
see whether there Is any"tasU
for such charges." ;
;."Sir L think that the informs---tion
is available in government
gencies," Herling responded. ',
. "Well then,"-reported the Pre-"
siden:, "give it to them!"-
The office of Ann Whitman's hus,
band immediately issued a trium triumphant
phant triumphant statement proclaiming, th)
NOTE-i-A Senate foreign Wi
tne president's secrets and exer
cises a qu'et influence on hiito, is tlons-subcommittee, headed bv 1
the wife of United Fruit's public jregon's Sen. Wayne Mbrse, will in.
vestiga'e the charges against w
it seems to me that puis, are
going to have so much inunuie
contact with other pills,, iu every
body's tummy excep. mine, that
we will shortly be crossbreeding
remedies against our' will.
I mean to say, a girl sleeping
pill could strike up a hot romance
with a boy waking-up pill and alt alter
er alter a suitable ceremony could ea easily
sily easily g ve birth to a permanent-insomnia
pill, which Wou d keep the
subject neither asleep nor awake
buc in a steady sort of stupor.
Jealousy works always when
people or phis are thrown into too
close contact with each other.
and there's going to be plenty of
trouble when the antihistanvnes
start to muse'e in one the antibo antibo-tics,
tics, antibo-tics, trouble that all the diuretics
in the tummy won't' cure.
I propose a new pill, a sort of
private-detective pill to be taken
daily, in order to keep an eye on
internal strife, and report back
on the enemies below.
Pending the success of this ex experiment,
periment, experiment, leave us e'eave to sul-phur-and-molasses
and hope for
re'ations boss. 'Ed Whitman
Bewail this press conference ex
change lies the old story ot United
Frujtx banana diplomacy which
nas cost us friends in Central A-
The militantly anti-Communist
Inter-American Labor Organiza Organization
tion Organization has complained to (he State
Department that the fruit compa
ny has in some instances worked
with Communist-dominated unions
in order to impose its terms on
banana workers in every banana-
growing republic except Honduras.
The $500,000,000 company, which
employs more than 14,000 banana
workers, uses its economic power
to influence and often dominate
weak Central American govern governments,
ments, governments, the labor organization
Because the labor attache had
been seen talking to local labor
leaders, the company even iwent
so far as to instigate an investi
gation of the American embassy
m Costa Rica.
United Fruit also tried to block
the Central American showing of
a State Department movie, "With
These hands," because it was "pro
NIXON IS CONCERNED
Serafino Romualdi, the AFL-CIO
spokesman on inter-American at
fairs, protested to Vice President
Nixon that United Fruit's "divide
and ru'e" policy in Central Ame
rica is a major cause of the grow growing
ing growing anti-American feeling sou'h of
'Don't out this banana nroblem
in the. refrigerator," he begged the
President Eisenhower, howevec,
did not seem to agree. When co
lumnist John Herting asked Ike a
bout these complaints against U U-n:ted
n:ted U-n:ted Fruit at a press conference,
the President flared:
'If you .have that kind of la
formation, don't you think you
ought to put it before a drand ju
ry through somebody, because you
art mak'ng all sorts- of charges
jagainst a company which I have
And you are making a speech
really about someth ng that
think wou'd have to be aired very,
very 'carefully in the -Justice De
partment or in a court ot law to
For the Rest
in news and entertainment
840 PANAMA 1090 COLON
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your sweet nothings
The gift that whispers of
deepest affection; that she'll
wear on all heir dress-up oc occasions
casions occasions for years and yean
Across from the Chase Manhattan Bank
field, is a very .busy man. la ad addition
dition addition to Daintine mailboxes red-
white and -blue and increasing
DOSiaCStto four' cents, he ha heen
busy ., putting the famed Hopt
diamond in the Smithsonian ins ins-titution.
titution. ins-titution. On .top of alt this, 'tha
general," as he is called in Was,
ington, was secretly busy on some something
thing something else. ; . i
Summerfield, was the bigoest
Chevrolet dealer in the USA be before
fore before he entered the cabinet, and
he -has now reached far beyond
the realm of -the Post Office te)
influence the National Labor- Re Relations
lations Relations Board in regard to the auto
.He doesn't want the labor hoard
to have jurisdiction over the-auto
dealers which they fear would
open their doors to the union by
permitting it to take complainii
and grievances to the Federal gov government,
ernment, government, v. (.--'
Previously, the board had tried
to keep out of small labor dis disputes
putes disputes by refusing to hear any
case involving a firm that did less
than $1,000,000 .business.
The Supreme Court ruled, how however,
ever, however, that the NLRB has iurisdic.
Ltion over the small companies, and
i,ouo,uuu ior tne inlkb to exer exercise
cise exercise this furisdiction.
New regulations were drawn up
extending the board's authority o
companies doing $500,000 annual
business. In the case of fra'nl'iise
dealers, the minimum was, set at
$250,000, This was aimed particul particularly,
arly, particularly, at the small automobile deal deal-.ers.
.ers. deal-.ers. .... -. .... :
: BARNES RIVERSSS J
Small Business Admihistratoif
Wendell Barnes wrote a letter to
the board approving the new re regulations,
gulations, regulations, although he suggested
Congressional action as the. best
remedy for the majority of small
Summerfield finally persuaded
the NLRB to raise the $250,000
minimnint()i$500,iOiH iThis- auto automatically
matically automatically exempted most auto auto-dealers
dealers auto-dealers from regulation. It was
action thafc reported'y brought 5
veral thousand dollar Into the R
publican campaign chest
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ST.N GEORGE.- Utah "" Holly
wood'i major studios yelling tbat
a aDaiui ox mg-namt stars re
,'wueezing' the film industry with
Mimiy demands out 01 proportion
to their, box-off ico ; worth wilt get
no lympatny from uary cooper..
Deiendinr the stars who own
panic s in to, TV, Cooper believes
they are now responsible for
"savins the industry" and that
theyare.; worth; every penny ; they
iTHl MAJOR studios, he told
me here on the "They Came to
Cardura ; location. "letv the stars
flfivn wtion thfT- iAlil f mir 1 nir
tures, tef TV Then they- canceled
contracts nd even "stopped mat
ing pictures and stopped develop
ing new stars; Now they're, com.
ing 'back te us to save the indus
'So What if a star wants' -big
salary; a percentage of the profits
and even ownership 01 lum
negative after seven years? Some
pictures can't be made without
certain stars and in, seven years
the' studios can make 'plenty of
moneyr? T-..A.f:H :
' ''Until how,; Cooper 'continued,
"the isferifsaeve 'had ;a .chance' to
be partners with the studios in
profits nd ln"-stock dealings..: The
studios got richer and the stars
couldn't keep, the money ..they
made because of high taxes. No,
sir, the Wg studios will s' get no
sympathy, from' me. They turned
stars out to pasture in their panic
over TV ana now tney want tnem
OaCX. ...j. '-'': '' ;.'
For the ifirst timeiH Holly:
1 wood history the stars, whose on.
ly as sets are themselves, have a
chance to make some money as
studio -partners instead of em
pioyes.' -; 'f'L'"' r H-s
CCOfB Re ANtf RitiiHayworth,
awng. wnvvan Hefiuv Tab. Hun Hunter
ter Hunter and Richard Conte; came -to
St. George, for a month,, to film
'Theyv Came .to CorduraI Utah's
rugged mountains hear biere are
doubling "for. Mexico and local
Indians are "doubling for Mexicans
jtt' Panchd C Villa's ragged rmy
charged by. a vU.S,' cavalry divi division,
sion, division, Sfy George," tfnce the winter;
home of Brieham Youne. has a
population of only 4,100 and it Is to" half.
a local gag that the lonely moun.
tain .town doesn't pull the .side.
walks at s p.m. because there: are
no sidewalks, 4,:
RITA HAYWORTH. a hew eolf
aaaici, prougnt ner cmns and
.uary nrouent a deer rule to he Id
oreaK toe monotonous, days when
they are not working. But Where
win be no gou for Rita because
tne town nas no gou course and a
predicted big invasion of deer hun
ters wnen tne season opens In
fewidays has Gary worried
'I don't think there will h an
nununff lor ne.' he lauehe
These mountains, cet so crowded
with hunters mistaking each oth
er tor aeer I understand one fel
low even got shot while -sitting in
iront 01 nis own camptire. ;
00 Aiary iffuesses. he'll lust loaf.
Rita took swing at an imagina
ry golf ball teed up bn the rug of
her motel room and I can at least
report tnat she nas a real profes
: EscaDine from those stereotvnad
dancing clamour eirl roles in the
torthcomine i'Seoarate Tables'
and now in this film, the shapely
red-haired : Rita looked back at
her long carer and said:
" 'I'm grateful some neoole
aon t get so many cnances.
fine was talking about the ma
ny phases; 'of her film work-
dancing .as a tecn-aeer in her
first- movie:- being; the ghy hero
ine in George O'Brien's westerns;
helping hoke up a long string of
B films'. and then winning big
stardom1 as- a movie glamour
queen Deiore uiey -s went out of
THERE WAS ALSO the time.
during World War II when1 Rite
cqstarred 'with husband (Jrson
Welles in a USO tent show In Hoi
lywood.i Orson put on a nightly
magic act-tor the boys and the
climax, came when, he sawed Ri
ta.: in half. .Today she remembers
this phage of her career Willi on
ly a iaint smne and no comment.
vsuaiiy. vas 1 recall, tnev were
naving -some kind of a domestic
battle -and Rita once told a
"You know, one of these nights
he's REALLY going to' saw me
v 1 tr;ii
Is iy- "-rr:
BUSINESS IS CROWING That's long waiting line for Hent m .he center. Waiting patiently for their turns are left
.rr cuhair' n4ttht's u lady barbery aU right-t to rightt Oonna, 5; Jeanette, 18 months; Gayle, 7; Marion, 4;
iSiS0J,hOp,."iJ th f"y cr?n Greg; 11; Larry, 9, and Gordon, 8. It til began when the
uuu ncuu wiiciu ure v-jivcmuu, uiim, iuuui u i mapn intra son wai Dom. "i laced, reality," Mrs. Wetzel says "and
Heights. Here, every three weeks. Mrs. Weteel assembles her a Iriend et a ift of twrK.. .v. :
eight hildren for their regular shearing.? Johnny, S, Is the
a iriend sent a gift 01 barber shears. Now she estimates that
nttbarberingsavesjhe family some $25fr a year.
Rescuers Search For 3 Bov Scouts
Rugged Mt. Lemmon
Rescuers on horses and show-
shoes worked" their way through
llVC-iUUli BUVWiW4.w K bS"
mountain today to search of
three bo? scouts missing without
food or adequate clothing, ince
. Saturday, fct ; "f
One of the worst snowstorms
ih southern .Arizona's history
idbhed this usually warm desert
area during the weekend. It was
The widespread storms, which
dumped 0.4 inches,-of snow on
this .J.W'W than
18 toches&Jtii the too&ntains,
caftsedl hospitalizatiDn : of three
Bunterl f or exposure in hdrthern
ATlzdna and was responsible for
showing in at least 70 other per-
sonsv :-.' j
Teri person had to be resfueo
fromm Lemmon, a resort area
in the nearby Santa- CataUna
mountains. Another -50 persons
were stranded temporarily at
the Mt Lemmon lodgfe- because
of snow-covered roads. They
were brought down by last night.
; Ten hunters were unacwuu wu
for in Coconino county, but tne
sheriff's sofflce: at -flagstaff said
the .hunters were oeuevea
awy snowoouna ui .vn.MMw-.
"The mtoaing'. boj icoutsi aged
1 io, 18, Became lot around the
9,000-foot level On the Santa Ri
ta mountains about 30 miles
south, of here during the heavy
storm while they were hiking
with three companions, 'Who
managed to find their way back,
' Opportunlts Is notdead! 125
In capital borrowed by. Abe
Plough 5ff years -ago has- grown
to a : manufacturing company
grossing -over .30 million dollars
m 4 vear In sales. This i year,
Plbugh,; Ino; is celebrating the
BOth anniversary of Its found found-trig
trig found-trig in Memphis, .Tennessee, U.
'Ut PIoUkH's : f irst : mhfiuf ac ac-tured
tured ac-tured product was an; antiseptic
iiealing. oil. He started j with a
loft above a store that has be become
come become a .magnificent manufac manufac-turlng
turlng manufac-turlng plant- spread over 12
acres located at Memphis. Ten Tennessee.
nessee. Tennessee. U. S. A. iV ';;':
' Toda?' Plough products, under
the brands ; of Mexana.. Bebe Bebe-tina.'Penetro,
tina.'Penetro, Bebe-tina.'Penetro, Musterole. COor
pertone, Nuiol' Mtstol. and oth other
er other famous, names, are sold in
.the United States and 60 for foreign
eign foreign countries. Local manufac manufacturing
turing manufacturing is conducted in Argentina,-
Australia Brazil, Canada.
Colombia, Cuba. Chile, France,
England. Germany, Jamaica.
Guatemala. Mexico, Peru,,- Phil Philippine
ippine Philippine Islands; Sweden,; and U U-ruKuay.
The local distributor in the
Keoublic of Panama is: IMPA,
S.A. Peru Avenue 27 Panama,
NEW YORK, Nov. 18 (UPI)
Bernard? M. Baruch charged last
nignt mat puoiic lndirierence to
the crucial problems which con confront
front confront the nation is threatening
"our security and our spiritual
strength as well:' ; ; :' r
-The 88-ye'ar-old financier and
elder statesman spoke at a din dinner
ner dinner of B'nar B'rifh at which he
received the organization's pres
ident's .medal for "the Imprint
of his, creative wisdom, his" sense
of public service and his philan philanthropy
thropy philanthropy and tumanitarianlsm."
Baruch said -; the American
public has become "almost tor
pid In its concern for our secur
ity" in, the dark age of the
atomi.As to inflation, which, un unchecked,
checked, unchecked, "will impoverish a peo.
pie and destroy a nation," Bar
uch said it.ls denouncedTegular.
ly -nice sin."
"But unfortunately, like sin, it
is tolerated, encouraged and In
deed enjoyed, by many."
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa
(UPI) Zulu tribesmen shot and
killed an African outside' a swank
noteli lounge Sunday while tea
sipping Europeans looked on n
.The African. Jotham Matola.
had f ed from a beer hall trailed
by Zulu tribesmen who belifvoH
he had chopped off the head of
a Zulu in-the jungle last vear.
The aveneers cauaht un- with
him in the heart of Johannesburg
ouisiae a noiei. njuve uashed.
Pis' ols cracked. f
Diners In the hotel lounce
MaiolS ;'fa'r mortally wounded
with a bullet in this abdomen.
The attackers fled before notice
For the Best ivf ft$f 0
Vm news and entertainment'
.'V 840 'PANAMA 1090 COLON
Heed Higher Taxing,
Is. Tf fjVleiiiif ; ":
WASHINGTON 'Nov. 18
(UPI) Th Treasuiy called on
Congress to impose heavier fedw
eral taxes on insurance compan companies.
Treasury Undersecretary Fred
C. Schrlbner, Jr., tola a house,
ways and means subcommittee
the tax base for Insurance firms
should be broadened to Include
prof its from the sale of policies
as well as income from their In Investments;
vestments; Investments; ;
He presented the. subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee with three different writings
of a permanent new formula, fpr
taxing insurance -oompanies.5 He
said each would raise considera considerably
bly considerably more revenue than the tem tem-norarv.
norarv. tem-norarv. stoo-ieab formula that
has been In effect for the past
subcommittee chairman Wil
bur D.Mills (D-Ark.)" warned the
industry at the outset of the
hearing that it will certainly
have to pay mgner taxes on mis
year's income even,u Congress
falls to enact a permanent new
He serveti notice that Congress
will not extend the stopgap for
mula to apply to 1958 income.
Under the temporary -formula,
the industry's tax bill would a-
mount to about 293 .million dol
If cdhgress ,406$ not: write
new formula. Mills said, it would
allow an old 1UZ formula, still
on the statute books, to go mto
effect. Under this 1942 formula,
the industry's bill would amount
to about 500 million, dollars a
year. ." vji'',.,P
Under the temporary formu formula,
la, formula, insurance comnanies have to
pay a tax of about 7y2 per cent
of tne income irom tneir mvesi-
Chicago Slone Mason
Admits He Killed
' V,.- "'"I- ,h" f ..V
CHICAGO, NOV. ia(tJPIr
an unemployed stone mason last
nleht admitted i slaylne his 15-
year-old gm friend, police sj&fn
and then returning to ner ; ooay
in a forest preserve three times
to mutilate the "victim. :-v
The admitted slayer .Charles
Melquist, 23, a lanky man with
sideburns and a pencil mustache,
threw suspicion on himself yes yesterday
terday yesterday when he called authori authorities
ties authorities to report he had received a
telephone xall from the girl,
Bonnie Leigh Scott, the night of
her disappearance Sept.-22.
Authorities noted discrepan discrepancies
cies discrepancies 'in his stoty and Melquist in.
sisted on taking a Jie' detector
test. After several tests, .which
showed he was lying, Melquist
broke down and a d ml tted
smothering the girl and dump dumping
ing dumping her body in a suburban for
Police quoted Melquist as say
ing he returned to the scene
three times.- And the last time
he slashed the body with a knife
and severed the girl's head, car carrying
rying carrying it about 18 feet from the
body, where he dropped It and
fled. i c''V,-s
LliDauBhttj; .Improves j
LOS ANGELES '( UPIV ""Eliia-.
belh Francej Todd, 15-month-old
daughter of actress, Elizabeth
Taylor and the late Michae' Todd,
was reported '". "considerably v bet better"
ter" better" Sunday at the University of
California at Los Ancclei Med-
ical Center where she is under
treatment lor pneumonia,- i ;
Import top 9 Per Cent in U.S. Sales
By ROBERT. LIENERT
Import cars snapped uo
history's biggest bite of the
u&. new-car market In
: With a recofd of 34.368
registrations during the
month, the upstart im imports
ports imports scored 9.27 percent
of total sales. In other
words, one, buyer In every
11 during the month pre preferred
ferred preferred an imported auto
to a U&-built car.
Featnrinr' tbe imported imported-car
car imported-car scramble during the
month was thesharp gain
by Renault In Its fight to
take No, 1 spot away from
Volkswagen. Renault' reft-
Istered g record: 4,764:
cars in August, or more,
than 88 percent -as many
Volkswagen's: total of 5. 5.-408
408 5.-408 was down sharply
from the previous month';
count of, 6,590.
Record registrations for
one month were also set
by other makes in the
1'Top Five." English Ford
had ;8J.29 Plat, 2.247. and
Vauxhall,. a newcomer in
the top ranks. 1,795..
As compared with all
domestic new cars, Volks Volkswagen
wagen Volkswagen Taneed No.. 11 and
Renault No, 12 for the
month. :Both cars outsold
Chrysler and DeSoto.
English Ford was 15th.
runnnlg ahead of Stude Stude-baker
baker Stude-baker and Fiat was 17th.
nosing. out Edsel. Vauxhall
.was 19th, ranked Just a a-had
had a-had ol Lincoln.
English Ford sold half
again as many units as its
division maie. Edsel. and
.cameW wlttUn 6g0vunits ; of
Outselling' t Sdselt; Lincoln
and Continental combined.
Market penetration of
the imports for the first
eight months was 7.21 per percent.
cent. percent. The unit- total was
Figures aje supplied by
R. L. Polk & Co.. and do
not include registrations
in Oregon, whose report
has been Interrupted since
FOR I M P O R T S
Forty-eight States for August:
- 3,129 English Ford
- 2,247 Fiat
- 1,795 Vauxhall
17,025 All Others
' Total All Makes
Not ia Tof Five.
This article'! reprinted from the Oct. 13, 1958 issue of
fc 'tha weekly magazine, "AUTOMOTIVE NEWS"
Knocks Down Wall
Of His House
LONDON (UPI)-Alf Smith did
it himself; Knocked half his house
' 8 10 paper tne kitchen
He started Deelincr tho
per from the walls Sunday. Some
uam away with the paper,
Then part of the wall fell out
xuC uuor ieu on, the roof caved
in and the chimney toppled into
LOHPb 3.2"vear oW gas fitter,
stood there in a shower nf nio.
ter dust. His wife, out admiring
terrified as bricks and plaster fell
XT, ewner was hurt.
, V1 ui o sure mat ao-it-your-self
is such a good idea," said
oiiuin yesieraay as be manned
shovel and broom.-
s' Army Laaife. c't..
FORT BENNING, Ga.' UPI)
"""" i"t .iny leauers will
meet here Dec. 2 to 6 for a con conference
ference conference on the infantryman's role
wnue nauon-g aeiense plans.
Whenever the pains of Rheumatism,
Arthritis, Neuritle, Lumbago, Scl-i
atlca, atiff muielea end iwollen
jointa make you miserable, set
KOMIND from your drustrist at,
once. ROMIND quickly brings fan fan-taetlo
taetlo fan-taetlo relief ao you can sleep, work
nd live in comfort. Don't suffer)
needlessly. Get ROMIND today. J
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5 Ave., 27-24 and 27th Street
by Qfmhadti Sahqswnt
, t Daily at 7:00 jp.ra.
HOG Your Communily Network
For the return of the Roo
sevelt Medal which had 2
bars and was Gold Plated.
It was lost at the Panama
Hilton Hotel on night of No November
vember November II.
R. E. Hopkins was engraved
on the medal, the finder will
receive reward at Tivoli Guest
House Desk, in Canal Zone.
U.S. People, Government Are United
For Peace In Outer Space: Johnson
UNITED NATIONS. N.Y. Nov-
18 (UPI-Senate mejority leader
Lyndon a. Johnson- toid the United
Nations today the United States
has no differences 'within our go government,
vernment, government, between our parties or
among our people' on the goal
of dedicating outer iDace to Mac.
The Texas Democrat Wll snf.
by Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles to demonstrate to the world
that the United States stands Pom.
pletely behind the administra
tion s program to keep outer
space for peace.
lo keen snace as mm hm
found it and to harvest the vioM
of peace which it promises, we ot
uue umiea aiaies see one course
uu ouiy one wnicn the na
tions ot tne earth mav intoiiioan.
tly pursue," Johnson told the ge
neral assembly's main oolitiral
'That is the course of full H
complete and immertia
auon to make the exploration of
uuier space a jomt adventure. .
"It is a matter nf romi-H th
the sense of the full membership
of the Congress of the United
States is that the question should
be here on the agenda of the na nations
tions nations of the world. It is also the
congressional view that this
nization should assnmo th r..
ponsibility of leadership in pro-
m the exploration of outer space."
Johnson reminded the 8i-ntinn
committe that th n .,
branch of the U.S. government is
held bv the Rermhli.o ,t.v
while the Democratic party con controls
trols controls the legislative branch.
'These are di.tinrHnn. h.
said. "They are noton 'thi. m.
there need be no differences
among us here. .
"Until now. our strivings tow-'
euis peace nave oeen Heavily
burdened by legacies tf -distEuat.
and fear and ignorance and la la-jury.
jury. la-jury. "Those legacies do not exist' is
"They will not appear three un unless
less unless we send them on ahead."
Friday, Hoy. 21sl
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The Ins and outs of motor motoring
ing motoring are said to be graceful
and wrinkle-free with the
swivel front seats offered by
DODGE for 1959.
Colon Motors Inc.
The Sturdy, Steel-Muscled
Superior German Engineering
Makes it YOUR BEST BUY.
Front wheel drive holds the road with an iron grip.
Safer driving on slippery roads and sharp curves.
Four speed transmission lets you thread through
traffic like a needle. Tough, air-cooled, short
stroke motor gives you 45-50 M. P. G.
Test Drive The New Sensational Lloyd Today
CENTRAL STORE ONLY
its 1st ANNIVERSARY SALE
for a few more days
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tBt FANAMA AMEBIC AN INDKPfJTOtNT DAHTTfWirAPI.
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pllf It Lmmm.Lt ilmm.
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ion, Mrs. Nora Perry, Mrs. Vir Vir-cinii
cinii Vir-cinii Craie. Mri. Flo Henmng,
Mrs. Frsnces Berger, Mri. Truoy
Bray, Mrs. Anne St. tyr, Mrs.
Alice FllBht. Mrs. Alvina Mills,
Mrs. Rita Gomer, Mrs. Frances
Ledue and Mrs. Marty Saunders.
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT SUMMERS
MISS CAROLYN HACKETT, ROBERT SUMMERS
ARE WED IN NUPTIALS AT ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL
Miss Carolyn E. Hackett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bur Burton
ton Burton J. Hackett of Balboa, became the bride oi Robert W.
Summers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyman G. Summers of Clear Clear-lake
lake Clear-lake Highlands, Calif., in a recent late afternoon nuptial
ceremony at the Cathedral of St. Luke.
Rev. M. J. Peterson, dean of St. Lukes, officiated at the
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, wore a waltz-length Birth of Son
t .!(,., .,ri i-j,d w avc It Announced Here
an elbie; ve,l and Mr. and Mr. Phil p Randolph
'white silk pumps. A single strand barrel announce me an.vai 01
Z pearU her (Sly jewelry. Charles Scott Barret born Moh,
'Tho hriH.'s houauet was an ar day in Doctors Hospital in Coral
Irangement of white orchid and Gables, Fla.
.Li,t Mr. Barret is the' former
Miss JoAnn Barnes, the brde's Charles L. Beesons of Panama j Mtdiei Association-
attendant, chose a waiu- my ami juuiiu. The medical Association of the
of aqua taliela wun air. oanei is me mhi i v. isthmian Canal Zone has schdyl-
Plans Anniversary Dane
The Canal Zone Span sh Con Conversation
versation Conversation Club will hold a fiesta
in celebration of the first anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of the founding of the club
Friday evening at 8 at the Quarry
Heiehts Officers' Club.
Entertainment and music for
dancing are being planned for the
Darty. All members and their
guests are invited 10 aitena.
CONTINUED ON PAG! FIVI)
tacn fiotiaa tor Inclusion In this
column theuld ba tunmiMtd in
rvBt-writtCn term mi miileel ee
the box number liiUd dally in So Social
cial Social ane Otberwist er dellveree
hsnd te the eflice. Notice! ef
mcatingi cannot bo accento by
The Isthmian Nurses Associa
tion announced plans for a special
dinner meetinfi this evening al
6:30 at the Tivoll Guest House.
Guest speaker will be Miss
Frances BecK ot the International
Coma-ess 01 Nurses, who is here
at me inv.tation of the National
Nurses Association of ranama.
Atlantic Side Newcomers Club
wilt meet Vveaneioay aiternoon at
1:30 in the Fort Gulick 4ervice
Charity Card Croup
Balboa Woman's Club
Merbers of the Charity Card
Groun of the Balhoa Woman 1
Club are rem.nded of a meeting
Thursday at 12:30 p.m. at the Fort
Amador Officers Open Mess., ues
serf and cards will highlight t h e
" lieu 1 j
THE VOICE OF
by Dorothy Killgolkh
Pari reporti have H that even
Francoiae Sagan'i psychoanalytt it
beginning to yell 'OncleiVA fun
ny thing nappenea w wunam o-
royan wnen ne cnecneo miq ma
hotel in Copenhagen. He wat bom
barded with flowers ana pnone
calls from high ranking official
tha minute h checked In. and ne 11
have lun teUing Stateside friends
why he got aU the reo carpet
treatment. It aeema Daman
broadcaster announced his arrival
. 1 1. k. W m i a amteie
ana wnereapouia over we
es, ana ever so many peopje guj
hisname mixed up with that of
Soraya, the beautiful former Em Empress
press Empress of Iran.
Lance Reventlow had best look
into some elevator shoes. His best
girl, Jill St. John, has been Burg Burgling
ling Burgling about the six-feet-four lead
ing man tney ve assignea ner iur
The Remarkable air. rennypac-
er He s on nay, ana ne maae
her exclaim, 'At last I've louno
someone who is able to make me
feel wonderfully petite.' :
Jean Cocteau must oe uving in
a dream worm, ne teas cnums u-
lizabeth Taylor is going to star
in the screen version of his play,
'The Eagle Has Two Heads'
and he thinks she'd be just ideal
for the role originally played by
Tal ulah Bankhead. if tne arama
ever does get translated to the ci
nema, it is to be devoutly nopea
that a brace of, scenarists win De
hired to, rewrite the original man manuscript,
uscript, manuscript, which was one of the
worst bores in the history of Broad
wav floDS. If Liz Taylor is con
sidering doing it, there's proof in indeed
deed indeed that she's flipped over more
than Eddie Fisher.
Handsome film hero, Jeff Hun Hunter
ter Hunter treated his wife to a costly
pair of emerald earrings at the
Carlton House jewelry salon the
other day, to celebrate happy
news. They'd just been given word
that the stork is on his way to
their house. Mrs. Hunter is beauti beautiful
ful beautiful Dusty Bartlett, formerly a top
Talk about preparedness. The
annual A.W.V.S. round robin golf
tournament won't be held until
next June 3, but Sammy Kaye,
chairman of the celebrity commu commute,
te, commute, already has begun to sign up
famous amateurs. (Small quiz
question: In this jet age, how in a
front door- was a present "from
Sammy Davis Jr. i, . s
Silent Mght. Holy Nlabt Note.
A mail order firm ia advertisins
a leather whip six feet ions as the
perfect Christmas gift'- fof your
loved one.., The maeazine publish
ing world expects scads of news
to come out of McCall'i before
long .The Hickory, House celebra
tion of its 25th birthday (the last
weex in November) should be a
gasserv with such, bright names as
uuaay kicr. Marian McPartland.
Joe Marsala, wingy Manone and
joey ausnkingy participating.
If you think Charles Addams is
far out nough, dig the kicks of
Uicia Bose. the Italian film star
marled to matador Luis Mlsuel
Dominguin. She keep the ears of
the most ferocious bults her bus
band has killed in a dep freeze
box in their Madrid home. CSe
nor a, what interesting hori d'-
oeuvres you servet')
Brigitte Bardot s most recent
visits to her doctor have Illustrat Illustrated
ed Illustrated her dglnesr dramatically ...
Max Baer plans to give uo his
house in California to move to
England and open a restaurant
Jazz promoter Pete Long shores
.. i 1 r
Sin irumpeier Bonnie uoian.
Interesting historical note: the
jet plane Pan American uses on
its European run is as long as the
distance the Wright brothers flew
on their very first try. .Putnam's
expect to publish former Mayor
Bill O'Dwyer's memoirs in 1960.
Woody Herman and Joe Glaser
have parted, with Woody setting
up his own management office.
Barrie Chase, who registered so
strongly on the triumphantly sue
cessful Fred Astaire TV spectacu
lar, will get the star build-up with
a vengeance. (Her own life histo
ry is as fascinating as any script
the flickers are liable to hand
The Robin Farringtons (she's Vi
vien Leigh's daughter, Suzanne)
will be squared away with a new
home and a new life far from the
dazzling Orbit of Sir Laurence and
Lady Olivier by the time their
first child arrives next month.
They're moving to Canterbury,
where he U toil for a brewery. He
used to work for Lloyd's of London.
meeting. ... nv shnur hir crrsati Itnmv whrp
nama 5MS: MtsV.Gf St. Marie
Panama 3-7190; or Mrs.' I. R. Jaik-
!son, Panama 3-2108) or with Mrs.
hi x Minima Afivwwwvii, up,ww ""''
Reservation may be
ama siS5; '.a;m-U si. ma
stationed ;n Kaiscrslautern
an oversKiri 01 eun,iu.ucin. ..j.w..
. gardenias and carnations arranged Germany, with the U.S. Air Force
around a single omuu.
; Chester Nichols served as best
' man to the bridegroom, and John
Engelke and Don Pierce were
Following the ceremony, a wed wed-d:ng
d:ng wed-d:ng reception was given at the
Tivoli Guest House. An out-of-town
guest attending the wedding e e-vents
vents e-vents was the bride's aunt, Mr.
Virginia Lewis, of Reseda, Calif.
The bride was born and reared
nn the Canal Zone. She was
Gulick NCO Wives
Use Thanksgiving Thome
The NCO Wives Club of Fort
Gulick held a monthly business
meeting In the ballroom of t h e
NCO Club and used a Thanksgiv Thanksgiv-ng
ng Thanksgiv-ng theme in decorations and re refreshments.
freshments. refreshments. Mrs. Kate Killun presided at
the business session, during which
plans for the holiday season were
Mrs. Rita Gomez was the winner
ed a meeting for this evening at
7:30 in Ward 17, Gorges Hospital.
Speakers for the scientific pro program
gram program will be Dr. Gonzales Revi Revi-lla
lla Revi-lla of Panama and Dr. Robert
Holdren, chief resident in thoracic
surgery at National Jewish Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital in Denver, Colo. Dr. Holdren
w'll show a film in connection
with his remarks.
Refreshments will be served
following the program.
graduated from Balboa High of tne wnue eiepnam.
School and is presently attend ng Members attending the meeting
the Junior College. ('ncluded I Viola Hirn Mrs. Terry
iTrask, Mrs, Betty Vasilake, Mrs.
Mr. Summers is assigned to Al- Isabel Santos. Mrs. Lettie Dotson,
Rase. He and Mrs. Jody Morris, Mrs. Dotty
u; hriru r,ian r make their home Foster. .Mrs. Helen Murdoch, Mrs.
in California Nancy Williams, Mrs. Anne Wit
ii btWALD JACOIY
Written for NIA lory to
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eoth West Nortk last
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Pacific Star Lodie
A special meeting of the Paci Pacific
fic Pacific Star Lodge No. 16, A.I.O.8.B.,
will be held at the Court John
F. Wallace Ledge Hall, Panama
City on Friday evening at 7:30.
Edmund o. Headle'y. E.C.C. of
the order, will make his official
visit on this occasion and all
members, limited and unlimited,
are specially invited;
they'll Be next June 3?)...ILyou're
nhnrkahla. rtnn't roftfl Jack Kerou-
ac's new, book jfbout (he beitnicks.
The Dharma Bums.. lf quite
Rex Hansen's 24-year-old son,
Noel, must be as romantic as Dad
was when he was in there pitch
ing. As of this writing he s involv
ed in the marital problems of two
La Cote Basque (on the site of
the old Pavilion, and operated by
the incomparable Henri Soule) Is
proving to be quite a setting for
feminine glamor especially on
Monday nights. Example: on a
single evening, the ( newly opened
restaurant served as a backdrop
for such elegant and beautiful la ladies
dies ladies as Marlene Dietrich, Marti
Stevens, Henrietta Tiarks, Mrs.
John Barry Ryan, III, Charlene
Cassini. Carol Portago, Mrs.
Charles Amory, Mrs. Ruby Schi-
nasi and Maria Callas.
France Nuyen's pals think she
has it bad for Marlon Brando ...
Dolores Andrews, the singer, is
civing out the news that the
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If your riffhtVi. hand mmonent
doubles your partner's opening
mo, you can snow a very good
hand by -means of a redouble.
Hence, North's Jump to three
hearts told his partner that he
had good heart suppor.. but was
only interested in game if South
had a good deal more than
sown am nave more than a
minimum and decided to go to
game anyway. He would have
been well advised not to, since
West came up with the defense
beat the hand.
West opened the king of dia
monds and studied the whole, hand
carefully. Declarer certainly held
the king of hearts and the ace
of clubs. He a'so ought to hold
the king of clubs, but that did
not ma ter too much. If East did
have that king, South would be
able to finesse against it.
Hence the only chance to beat
the hand would be to pick up a
spade trick. Should East hold the
Queen of diamonds he could un underload
derload underload his ace to put him in,
but East had played the three
spot oh the king. Hence, the on'y
chance would be to find East with
the queen of spades.
West promptly lifted to the
three of spades and declarer was
a dead pigeon.
Q The bidding has been:
South West North East.
1 A Pas; 1 Pass
2N.T. Pa;s J Pais
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didn't buy it. Even though few
dresses are "exclusives" and wom woman
an woman likes to feel that her dress is
one of a kind.
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friends and scquaintances are
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NEW YORK (NEA.,- Thi
woman who says she iKJoeyn't
know what to get the men on Jif"
list this Christmas just hasn'fi had
a good look around,
He's a 'do it yourself man7
Give him a package of sand sandpaper.
paper. sandpaper. He likes clothes? Give
him a drip-dry shirt nd let him
wash it out himself. The possi possibilities
bilities possibilities are endless once you get
started. And they can mean less
work for you if you pay it
TtV. 4nr lntini hna He
probably needs, a new, piir and
you aon i Know wnai rze ne tanea
offer hoincr marripn tn him for IS
or 20 years; ; The solution? It'
simple, stores now egrry-ftn cer cer-tificstes
tificstes cer-tificstes for men's shoes, hsnd
aim one end let him' pick out
same end trot them home.',
You can 1wks get h'in olid
golf cuff links and stuff like that,
but it's unimaginative, So let
him some that re gold pUted.
They cost -less, and with the dif difference
ference difference you. can buy yourself
some'h'ng really nice.
And don't you believe thii-business
about men not having any
Christmas spirit.. They do, too.
When the tree is up snd trimmed,
theh'll sit right down under it,
sometimes wesring part of it just
to be jolly, When the punchbowl
is ftlled. they''l drink uo the con con-tents.
tents. con-tents. And have you ever seen 4
man refuse to sit down o the tra traditionally
ditionally traditionally groaning table It Yule Yule-Mde?
Mde? Yule-Mde? You see? It U met met-ter
ter met-ter of coonerstion.
firlnnlv th men All vniir
Chrlitmis 'gift list should present
nary a problem this yeir. Every
noDDy unqer me sun is ciwrcq
to; gifts of fashion are no longrr
monotonous: and toiletries are
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reMy niiyuin. i u miu nip
Into his stocking a 'gold filled
pocket knife thatTs both slim and
elegant; There's one on the mar
ket that has a stainless steel cut
ting blade 4nd a flexible manl manl-cure
cure manl-cure file.
Another stocking-filler is pres pressurized
surized pressurized shave cream in 4 merry
red-and-white striped container
Coasts little, is very useful end
will brighten up his Christmas
To Visit India
NEW DELHI, India (UPI)-The
Indljn government said today
that Soviet President Klimenfi
Voroshilov end Yugoslav Presi President
dent President Tito wou'd make state visits
to India early next year.
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t eachers representing'the special
education department of .Canal
Zone, Khpol .will adress a meet meet-"
" meet-" Ing of the Diablo. Heights Paren:-
Teacher ; Assoc ation ; tomorrow e-
vning at T:30 J the Diablo school
Topic for the 'evening .will Je
"Remedial Reading Service in the
Canal Zone .Schools"? jJnvm"!-
Dr. James Mr Wolf, cuordinador
of special educat'on, will deflfle
remedial ; Mad ng and will intro introduce
duce introduce Mrs. Mary Ellen 1 Horine
junior- high remedial reading tea teacher
cher teacher and Misa Shirley; Moffett
. and Mr," EUiel McDer mitL, ee ee-jnentary;
jnentary; ee-jnentary; reading i teachers.
flefreshmehts wilt be 'served in
social period jouowing we meet
Ing.'The public is, Invited, to at attend.'
GafchJ i newcomer to- 'Quarry
Heights who is residing tempore
ruy at ton Amador. Mrs. Franks
alto expressed thanks to the nos
teiset, Mr,s. E, ', W. .Emerson, Mrs.
J. vLX Buckley and Mrs. W. A.
Qverry Half Ms Wemn -.
Lunch At Officers' Club
'Autumn leaves formed a theme
lor ; the4 November luncheon of
the i Quarry Heights r- Women's
Club, held in the main lounge ot
the Albrook Officers' Club.'. in -. a
social period; preceding the lun luncheon,
cheon, luncheon, newcomers and guest, were
Introduced."".-'- ',. yr-f
Tickets for the door prize des designed
igned designed in the autura leaf theme.
Mrs. Walter Clark was the Jucky
of the black miniature;, evening
bag.' ;-fc'...V i -j V
,fhe lucheon tables were deerit deerit-ed
ed deerit-ed with flat arrangements -of fed
dneer on ereen' leaves, r
Ttni-'ntf a thnrt Informal tltlsfneita
session, the club president, Mrs. kit calted pseudinteltectual nit nit-viliim
viliim nit-viliim Frank, welcomed Eilests wits of the AFL-CIO' for endors
nd introduced Mrs. Gordon 'G. 'frig labor reform lgislatlon
An eHilrt'ial in the UMW Jour
nal said southern Democrats will
noio ute oaiauce oi power to uum
houses? of the new congress.
'Most -of them, are by no means
friends of labor,' the editorial
'Let's not be aided for one
minute into thinking i that this
lection was a Brest victory tor
organiied labor,' the Journal said
in commenting" on the Nov. 4
Th'a' UMW's official pub'ication
came out for repeal of the Tatt-
Hartley Act and condemned what
William Franks, welcomed guests wits
UMW, Predicts Labor
Will Have Tough
! r WASHINGTON IUPI) --The
Vn.ted Mine Workers (UMW) sa d
today that organized labor will
have, to fight every inch of the
tvv tn ort thp next Con Kress to
aphrove legislat'on benefitting
On her apartment's playground
Mrs. T.'s 4-year-old boy lets other
children buily him. At first she
thought It was his strangeness with
them as -they'd just moved -from
'So I encouraged him to lend
Hii toys and treat the othef kids
to popcorn and ice cream,': she
'But a year has sont by, and
he. still just, stands around when
they shove him away from a game
oi run of with his hoop. If I tell
'hint to thove them back, he doesn't
seem to understand what I mean-
Of course he doesn't. A year ago
he understood his mother so well
when she said, 'Make the kids
' like ou by giving" them things'
i tkathe can't fl4Jaif &ey meafi meafi-i
i meafi-i ing when she rhow ."Say's, 'Make
' them like you by demanding
: things.' ,, zU-.-: t
He needi better respect from his
Giving It to mm will jurely : in in-volve
volve in-volve finding better respect lor
Whenever we parents feel oblig-'
ed to try to buy other children's
friendliness toward our youngster,
the chances are we are pretty un uncertain
certain uncertain oi our own worm.
We may oe over-eager to do fa favors
vors favors to oOiei; people jegariilei.s oi
wneiher we neyu melr approval or
i 'Ana we accept at. ', mus i
obligations to avoid trlcuon and
the OI theur gooa opinion.
wmeumes. it u our wve lor our
chimfen uiai opens our eyes to our
own problems. y
ho tfirs. i.'s rebellion against her
little ooy's suDm.Ssivene is tine,
uuv to neip him overcome it," ner
reoeluon will have to start rousing
her against her own teat, ot otsap otsap-proa.
proa. otsap-proa. It won't be enough to want him
to shove olner cmiuren away, ti'oin
his hoop, hne'li nave to kaow cnat
she wants lo shove bullying peo
pie, a way frqni herself. Ana pegia
The pain wis; experienced when
we see a jiuie son or aaugnier
bullied is never entirely telt tor
Uie valla. We tre leeimg if or
To his fear of risking abandon
ment by other children, we are
merging ail our own pas. fears
of abagomnent by people we dared
ewa Item witU a ;Ne Yorli!
dateline: 'The American Institute I
of Decorators has inaugurated an I
educational program- to convince
the; public that decorating service
is for the middle c ais instead et
from what I know of decorators
U they ?waoC,housewives whose
husbands are In the, middle-Income
bracket to turn to them for help
in increasing numbers, it the tie.
voraiors who will have to be edu educated,
cated, educated, ;iiat the housewives.
me nousewue of average
means is timid about 'taking her
Ptuutemi w me piusn shop of au
iniciiur uccuriiur a s me uccora
tor's own iault.
He ha probably been doing ev
ery thing-possible to maket he wo.
man of averaie muni tn wu.
ward and out of place in hit taste-
tuny oecoraiea retreat.
Without asking her how much
sne h wants to spend on 'doing
Over I room ha ttar.'V hnulnt
her fabric whose price makes her
warn W run.- Ana witnout batting
; eye ne snows ner furniture that
he talis 'nice little pieces,' that
cost more than her husband's
weekly salary. c
.All the while, he is acting as
though anyone can afford expen expensive
sive expensive fabric on the living room sofa,
and he is tossing words around
that irritate, rather than enighten.
This is 'amusing,' That i con conversation
versation conversation piece.' And that low din dining
ing dining room tab e whose height would
be more convenient for a midget
than her six-foot husband will give
her room an "oriental atmos atmosphere."
phere." atmosphere." Not all decorators behave this
way, to be sure. But 4her sixm
iu pieuiy oi mem scattered a
round the country who are consi considerably
derably considerably out of tune with th
W!8nes oi the modern housewife
who is intent on dressing up her
iioiiie 8i a minimum cost.
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At Comboa SDA
Cranberry Molds Brighten
Holiday, Relish Tray 1
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mona- others, cranberry molds, erabapptes and stuffed eelery.
BY GAYNOR MADDOX. NEA Food and Markets Editor
HIGH RDUlY"VICTRQW"f C'VW'A
The homemaker of moderate
means is not the person to be edu
cated In this resDect. Rathpr ih
decorators should awaken to the
prooiems of tne housewife.
With the dollar becomine small
er and smaller, the woman's job
has Decome aomounded The mi
Uon: HOW tO make the Hnm rnm
fortable and attractive on the mo
ney len over after Johnnie's teeth
are straightened and Sis gels a
new dress for her first junior
Thursday Night 1
The filial lecture in the "His "History
tory "History of the Christian Church"
U.S.Olfl 6eflelr onThursday,
Rt 7:30 PJnr
; The, subject is "The Move To Toward
ward Toward Wholeness" which deals
With the ecumenical movement,
which hsw brought Christians to together
gether together in world wide movements,
denominational mergers, and '-ftreernents
ftreernents '-ftreernents to prevent duplication
in missionary efforts,
The sneaker will be the Rev.
Welker M. Alderton L.L.D. who
has been active' in these fields
and has studied modern develop develop-menM
menM develop-menM thoroughly.
A'derton is professor emeritus
of the federated theological fa faculty
culty faculty of the University ot Chi
cago. His nrofescional and erad erad-vate
vate erad-vate training; was at th Univer Univer-altv
altv Univer-altv of Chicago, TTnlon Theoloei Theoloei-cal
cal Theoloei-cal Seminary and Teachers Col College
lege College of Columbia University.
The nubile is invited to attf nd
the lecture. Admission is free.
instead of a green salad a
tempting relish tray can do the
mid-course honors at the Thanks
giving feast. Of course, the star of
tne tray will be individual cran
berry molds made with :anned or
fresh cranberries, crushed pine
apples, diced celery, f real mayon mayonnaise
naise mayonnaise and unfavored gelatin.
Other relishes can be spiced
crabappes, watermelon pickle,
kumquats, picked onions and stuf stuffed
fed stuffed celery. Serve them on a Lazy
Susan or a large try with divider
Cranberry Rtlish Molds
(Yield: e serv.nps)
One envelope untlavored gelatin
1-2 cup cold water
2 tablespoons sugar, 1-4 teaspoon
salt, 1-4 teaspoon al spice, 2 table table-ed
ed table-ed crushed pinapple. 1-4 cup finely
Sprinkle gelatin on cold water in
saucepan to soften. Place over me
dium heat, stirring constantly, un until
til until gelatin is dissolved. Remove
from heat. Gradually. stir into ma
yonnaise; add sugar, salt, allspice
and lemon juice. Chilt until consis-
tency of unbeaten ego white. Fold
in cranberry sauce, pineapple and
celery. Turn into 4-cup mold or in individual
dividual individual molds. Chil until firm.
Individual molds may be served
on chilled pinapple slices. Note:
two cups fresh cranberries may
be used instead of canned sauce.
Put jresh cranberriea through food
chopper. Increase sugar to 1-2 cup;
sprinkle over ohopped cranberries.
Let stand 10 minutes. Proceed as
with canned sauce
Brexil Nut Stuffed CtUrv
(Yield: Approximately 2 cups)
i wo s-ounce oacKases cream
cheese, 1-4 cup commercial sour
cream, i s teaspoon curry now
der, 1-4 cup fine y chopped Brazil
nuts, 3-tncn pieces celery stalks.
Soften cream cheese: blend to
gether with sour cieam and surry
Stir in Brazil nuts. Spoon into
celery stalks or force through pas pastry
try pastry tube with wide fluted opening.
bprinKie wi:n additional curry now
oer papriKa or finely chophed pars
2 Brothers Wear
For Second Time
VATICAN CITY (UPD Eleva Elevation
tion Elevation of the spostoliq delegate to
the United States to the cardina cardina-late
late cardina-late yesterday marks the second
time this century that two broth.
erg have worn red. hats together.
Am.'eia uiovannj uioognanj, the
apostolic delegate to Washington
since 1933 was named. a cardinal
by Pope John XXIII. His brother,
Gaetano Cardinal Clcognanl of
the Roman curia was elevated in
1953. by Pope Pius XII.
in last two brothers who were
members of the college together
were the late Cardinals Serafino
and Vincnzo Vannuleil, named
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"A Week of Prayer." started
at the Oamboa Seventh Day Ad-
ventlct Church lest Saturday,
will continue every morning dur during
ing during the present week from S to
The theme tor the week is
"Take time to pray, and when
you pray believe that God hears
you. Have faith mixed with your
Pastor A. A. Grizzle said all
resident in the Oamboa com
munity are Invited to loin in the
meditation hour which la Inter
spersed with hymns.
Gives Away More
Than $1.7 Million
NEW YORK (UPl)-The Rocke-
feller Foundation announced yes
terday it save more than 11.750.-
000 in the third quarter of 1958 for
projects ranging from a hiatory
of the U.S. Supreme Court to a
study of the physiology of yoga.
Dean Rusk, president of he
foundation esteblished bv the la'e
jotin u. Rockefeller, sid 139 fel fellowships
lowships fellowships were awarded to individ individuals
uals individuals from 30 countries during the
Grants included a total of $480, $480,-10T
10T $480,-10T in the field of medical educa education
tion education and Dublic health; $232,557, to
biological and medical research;
$361,270, to agriculture; $142,280 to
the social sciences; $315,150 to the
humanities and $38,500 to general
The grand total was $1,776,864.
PALERMO. Sicily, Nov. 18
(UPD-Albert Castello, the el elderly
derly elderly Italo-American held for
seven days by Sicilian kidnapers,
leaves today for New York on
the liner Saturnia.
Castello, 72, of Coplagu. N.Y.,
who wag found yesterday after
being held for a week in a dark
cave, stopped at Menfi in south southwestern
western southwestern Sicily tonight to pick up
He drove to Palermo where
he and his wife boarded the Saturnia.
Wife Kills Hubby
Before Young Son
ROME (UPD The wife of aa
Italian clerk in the Argentine con consulate
sulate consulate knifed her husband to
death before the eyes of their
young son yes'erday and then
committed suicide by slashing her
wrists and turning on the kitchen
-Bruua Cadelli, 39, stabbed hfr
husband, Manlio, 45, with a bread
knife whle he was s 1 ping.
Screams of her 10 year1 old son,
Paolo, brought police who found
her dead, with gas fumes filling
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ytBS PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY KZWCTAWIS
Qualifying Rounds To Begin
Nov. 20 at Panama Golf Club
: llie 1958 A. G. Reynolds House of Lords and
King's Ransom golf tournament, sponsored by the
wei-known Jack Schor and Abbe Sanger of Alianza
Di$tribuidores, & A., will be opened for qualification
starting Thursday, Nov. 20, it was announced yes yesterday
terday yesterday by the tournament committee of the Panama
fww annua! tournament, one of
the most popular and most spec spectacularly
tacularly spectacularly entered by members of
r Panama Golf Club, was won
1957 by Bob Walker of Balboa,
who defeated Carlos Arosemena by
a score of 5 and 4, in a 36 hole
final round. The second flight
was won by upsetter Bill (Swift)
Swenson, who defeated Enrique de
la Ossa 5 and 3 over the same
Eighty-eight members of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Golf Club sought qualifica qualification
tion qualification on the 1957 "King's Ransom
House of Lords" tournament, with
a score cutoff of 78 in the cham
pionship flight and 84 in the sec second
ond second flight.
This exceeded the tremendous
entry of 85 members in the 1956
tournament, in which the qualify qualifying
ing qualifying score was 82 in the champion championship
ship championship flight, and 87 in the second
Champions Will Cempett
The 1958 tournament should
prove even more succesful than
any of the previous events. Bob
Walker, the defending champion,
will be playing, as will Jim Ridge,
the 1956 champion. Added to these
are many of the new members
of the Panama Golf Club which
include former Isthmian Amateur
champion, Jim Riley, his cham champion
pion champion brother George, and the
new 'star' of the club, Captain
Charlie Kade. The present Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian amateur champion Bill Le Le-Brun,
Brun, Le-Brun, Gordie Dalton, Maurice Mul Mul-ler,
ler, Mul-ler, Rey Valdes, Dr. Earl Ger Ger-rans,
rans, Ger-rans, Jim Hinkle, Erasmo de la
Guardia, Al Corsale, Luis Martinz,
Al Saarinen Harvey Beall, Mike
Moreno, and other low handicap
golfers of the championship flight
will be on hand to moke the tour tournament
nament tournament the most hotly contested
championship yet held at the club.
Mitten Not To Compete
Former Panama Open and Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Amateur champion, Dr. Her Herbert
bert Herbert Mitten, who ran afoul of
Capt. Charlie Kade last Sunday
in the 1958 Dunlop, will be in the
United States during the early pe period
riod period of the tournament and will
not be able to compete.
Two full brackets in the men's
flights are expected to be hotly
contested. As in both the 1956 and
1957 tournaments, the 32 qualifiers
In each flight had to play well to
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Paul Newman in
"LONG, HOT SUMMER"
Jack Palance In
"MAN IN THE ATTIC"
MAN from CAIRO
with George Raft
with Frank Lovejoy
:WyimA A! i 1 11
qualify. Considering the qualifying
score of 78 in the 1957 tournament,
and" the many new players of low
handicap who will compete, it
would not be surprising to have
the qualifying score drop to 75 in
the chammonshiD flight and as
low as 80 in the second flight.
The nlav will be divided into
men's flights and one women's
flight. The championship flight
will be for those having handicaps
of from 0 through 11 the second
flight for those having handi
caps from 12 through 24. The
women's flight will cover all han
Prizes will be awarded to the
winner, runner-up and medalist in
each of the two men s and one
women's flights. Qualifying will
commence Thursday. Nov. 20, and
may be played through Sunday,
Dec. 7. All first round and sue
ceedine matches will be of 18
holes except the final rounds
which will be of 36 holes competi
Full handicaps will be allowed
in the qualifying round for the
medalist award. The difference of
the full handicap will apply in all
succeeding match play. Full han handicap
dicap handicap allowance will also apply in
the women's play, and tne diner
ence in full handcap will be al
lowed in all match play.
The first round play in all
flights must be completed by Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, Dec. 14; all second round
matches must be completed by
Sunday, Dec. 21. Matches in. fol following
lowing following rounds must be complet completed
ed completed by 6 p.m. of the following Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Match Play Tits
In the event of ties in match
play the following rules will ap apply,
ply, apply, unless otherwise allowed by
the tournament committee; If han handicaps
dicaps handicaps 'are equal,, the ,'s ii d d e n
death' type of pU shall apply. If
handicap differences are of an e e-ven
ven e-ven number, 9 additional holes
shall be played; if handicap dif differences
ferences differences are odd, an additional
is holes shall be played.
Presontation of Prizes
The presentation of the awards
to the respective winners and run-
ners-up will De made at w n a t
have beep described to the the
best parties held annually at the
Golf Club.' The cocktail party for
the presentation of awards, which
will be attended by the popular
and well-known G. A. Reynolds,
Abbe Sanger and Jack Schor, U.
S. and South American distribu distributors
tors distributors of the popular "King's Ran Ran-son"
son" Ran-son" and 'House of Lords' whis
keys, will be held on Saturday.
with James Garner
with Tab Hunter
with Alan Ladd
- Also: -THE
with Guy Madison
For Causing Spill
SAN BRUNO, Calif., Nov. 18
(UPD ine siewatas at Tanior.n
irace track have slapped a 20-day
suspension on apprentice jockey
The stewards said Yaka was res
ponsible for causing a three-horse
spill wmch sidelined jocKey Ma
nuel Ycaza tor eight weeKs. xcaza
suifered a broken collar bone, two
broken ribs and concussion after
being thrown off "AJ's O War" in
the tirst race. Al's O War tripped
over the heels of Yaka's moun.
"Jimmy Jones" when the latter
came over on him in the back back-stretch.
stretch. back-stretch. GUN CLUb
Perfect scores appearing in a
recent rash among Cristobal Gun
Club skeet artists spurred George
Lopp to get into the act in a big
way with a straight 50 at last
week's regular Wednesday after afternoon
noon afternoon conclave.
Lopp maintained superb poise
and timing in clam defiance of
heavy psychological pressure
throughout his double course a a-round
round a-round the field, and paid the pe penalty
nalty penalty for excellence, setting up the
celebratory libations, with similar
R. C. Casanova .clobbered a sin single
gle single for 25j the fifth such display
from him this year.
Art Sutton, fresh from Stateside,
encountered mild ejection obstina obstinacy
cy obstinacy from a not quite acclimatized
new Browning 20-gauge auto-beauty,
but turned in a pretty 24.
The sub-caliber specialists. Joe
Kueter and Clif Hayward, did good
work with .410's on 23 and 21, res res-nectivelv.
nectivelv. res-nectivelv. W. W. Rowland downed 23; F.
Chollar,, 21; Walter Johnston, 19;
and Robert Lawrence, 17.
SETS PEDALING RECORD
ZURICH, Switzerland (UPI) J
Alfrprf Ruese. a 24-year-oid swiss
amateur, pedaled 28.4 miles in an
hour Sundav on the Zurich Oer
likon track before 5,500 fans. An
Austrian named Edwin Simic had
been credited with the "world
record" at this sort4of thing 27.9
60c. fTAAY 9:00
A 'FUNNIEST COMEDY!
Jose FERRER in
"THE HIGH COST
$1.10 PER CAR!
Bob HOPE in
"THE PRINCESS AND
LOS TRES ASES
at 9:00 p.m.
D E S T R Y
with Audie Murphy
PRIVATE WAR OF
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KNOCKDOWN No. 2 The face of lightweight Isldro Rodriguez registers pain as referee Ro Ro-gelio
gelio Ro-gelio Plnzon counts to nine In the second of two knockdowns the Venezuelan received rrom
the right hand of Panama featherweight champion Jesus Santamaria In the third round 01
Sunday night's National Gym ten-rounder. The Panamanian won by unanimous decision., San Santamaria,
tamaria, Santamaria, who complained of pain in the right hand' after dropping the visitor,; suffered a
fractured tilth right metacarpus, (the part of the hand between the wrist and-the jIingers)
according to Dr. Luis D. Alfaro. The Colon fighter has the injured hand in a cast and will be
out of action for at least two months, Dr.; Alfaro said. (Photo Mendwea)
Hause Joins List
With 74 In Branift
1 Tssrasc 1
VICTOR AND VANQUISHED Panama featherweight king
YiSfMA- is tugged by Venezuelan
lightweight Isidro Rodriguez at the end of Sunday night's
National Gym ten-rounder which Santa took by unanimous
verdict. The Panamanian apologized for not Jpp'rig the
visitor after having him down twice in the third. "8"!?!
who fought valiantly against a superior foe, broke down and
wpnt. later in his dressing room. (Photo Mendoza)
fans finally get a good
bang fashion k h
Square uarueu ju
0tOrrdinarilyd-a bout in which
thS rScipants engage, might
draw aP loud yawn- Bf""?.
way each of them has been box
tag as the fight managers put
it they have been masterpieces
tirSeyMigure to make
each other Iook go"u.
In these days of televised box boxing
ing boxing the trend has .been to names
mo-e than- to fighters. Fights
Ze were made on a basis of
styles but of late the technique
has been to put two "names" in
together TheP results haven't al al-ways
ways al-ways been good.
Both Hav. "N.mt."
It takes styles to make a dra dra-malic
malic dra-malic fight and, wo
"names" inc hned to.."11"
around in a classic waltz to, or
"cUheir ratings, the preliminary
mate h which the video audience
wver sees usnall7 steals. th6v T
for the handful of fistic fans lucky
enoueh to be on the premises.
en.s" .nH .inncs both have
..V'""U" :r sort. Yet neither
Is going anywhere, in the peren perennial
nial perennial race for title recognition.
:n u livinu off the reDu-
h oainpri bv licking Ray
Robinson during the middleweight
h.mnnn'i eaNV COmeDacn uajfB
mtl nolhmin wax touted highlV
but was rushed along too fast and
seems to have blown his chances.
But thev have identical styles
...kinh chnuiri make for an eye1
pleasing evening come Friday.
Each of them 'ikes t move in
and throw shots from the outfield.
There is little of the fancy dan
in either oft hem and it would
appear to be a case where some somebody
body somebody has to go. i
It spells out the kind of a
brawl you don't see very often
these days. For Jones and Cal Calhoun
houn Calhoun are reminiscent even
though faintly of the Billy Pet-
rolles, Bat Battaunos ana Ace
theory was that they were paid
to fight so fight.
Was Billed As "Tlgtr"
Jones, first name Ralph, was
billed early as a "Tiger" and l
is only fair to admit that at times
he has looked like one. But his
record of 45 vittoriesnin 72 bouts
whispers reluctantly that he
changes stripes more often than
a tiger is supposed to do.
In four bouts this year he split
with Kid Gavilan, not a great
testimonial at this late date,
dropped u decision and in his last
outing flattened Mickey Crawford.
Calhoun, the opera-loving son of
a Georgia minister, fought nine
times this 6ear and has won sev seven
en seven against two losses,. He has
won 37 of 43 bouts against only
five setbacksh and one draw,
which at first glance seems to be
a formidable record.
But Calhoun apparently is a
mite muscle-bounu and, the ex experts
perts experts contend, was moved up too
Still he has kayoed 19 tt his
opponents to build up the assump assumption
tion assumption that when he lands solidly
something has to give. This bbut
can't be billed as for a shot at
anything except money but it
should be a head-to-head contest
with niore video thrills than some
of the "name' fighter, fiascos.
BALLYMOSS BIG WINNER
TENDON (UPI) John Mb-
Shain of Philadelphia owner of
Ballvmoss. was the leading mon
ey winner in British horse racing
this : year with $177,139. Queen
Brazos Brooks' Don Hause add
ed his name to the list of golf
era who liave shot 74's in auali
lying play for the 1958 Braniff
international Airways uou
Tournament now underway at
the Summit Hills Golf and
Country Club. Qualifying rounds
will continue through Sunday;
Nov. 23 with pairings for match
play first rounds being made
Tied at 74 are Amador's Russ
Chaffman, Panama's Jeff
Kline Jr. and Aim Hinkle, and
Hause, ;:, -. .. ;
There are many good golfers
still to play their practice
rounds. Amdng these "big
names" of local ; golf dom are
Dr. Herb Mitten, Anibal Galin Galin-do.
do. Galin-do. Charley MacMurray, George
Riley,, Jacte, Smitti, Frank, Day;
Woody compton, and Al-Corsaio
all of whom are capaoie. 01 lurn
inor in low scores.
' It is the concensus of opinion
t.hnsi who have already
played their qualifying round
that the 74's will not stand up
under the onslaught to be staged
this coming week-end.
Cleo Burns is medalist for
the ladies with her neat 79. In
a recent publicity release it
wUs erroneously stated that
Cleo had turned In an 80, 79's
aren't easy to come by among
the fairer sex and It wlU be
awfully hard for anyone to
. beat out Cleo lor the medalist
hntinr imone the ladles.
. ... i- nn
their qualifying rounds and, on-
ly a few more of the Branill
nvr mn coiiers nave enoir
overnignt travelling up v ""
still up for the asking.
Service Center Theatres
BALBOA Air Conditioned
I".r.flu" fnthlnn.fnr holi
Uav ugmn. A lnvplv a.rrav of
festive cocKiaii ana wcum
fro-. . ........
Admission oy lnvuawim
coco solo i'fi
EH Wallach Robert Keith
- "THE LINE-UP" :
Ava Gardner ? ;
In Color! (Repeat Run)
r.AMRnt 1 1:00
f'l'VE ALWAYS LOVEP YOU"
"Beautiful But Dangerous"
Vivian Leigh Robert Taylor
"THIS IS RUSSIA" and
"THE IRON MAN"
SANTA CRUZ :kK 'Ti7:09
Van Johnson Martlne Carol
"ACTION OF THE TIGER"
CAMP BIERD 7:60
' Dan Duryea
Sunday, November 23
F'The Glenn Miller Orchestra'
COCO SOLO ...., 4:00 pjn,
BALBOA ... 8:30 p.m.
Get Your Tickets Mow!
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'. . .... t. . i -"i .V'w '. Vim, ii,S'.u.ini'
'ti By Conrado Sargeant
' Nine fillies and mares wert
entered yesterday for the $3,001
added onr mile and .one-eighth
Mother's Bay Classic1 which: will
be run at the- President Retoon
racetrack on J)ec. 8 which Is gen gen-erally
erally gen-erally recognized as Mother's
Day In Latin America.
Neasham Belle. Lady Edna. As
You Like Her, M,anuela Pedraza,
Rosita Maria, Ragazza, Evening
ciar, uramma ana Quickie are
the distaff eauines entered for
the big race. The weights for the
classic win ue assigned by hand
icaDDer Petronlln Almnn
Neasham Belle, a highly ratedf
aaugnier- 01 country Liie-LaFa-vorita,
Is still In her native Chile
but Is expected to arrive on the
lsinmus some time this week.
" oOo-.;..; -The
lowly eighth aeries Im Imported
ported Imported thoronshbreds.wlll be
In the limelight this weekend.
They will dispute a $1000 purse purse-In
In purse-In the Colon Junior Chamber
of Commerce Handicap next
Sunday, Nov. 23.
Cristian Rebolledo topped the
list of suspensions over the week
end as the only Jockey set down.
Rebolledo was penalized by the
stewards for twice bumplnc in
to Arctic Princess while riding
Artigas in, Sunday's eighth race.
Arctic Princess and Artigas hit
the finish line almost simultan
eously and the Judges called for
a photo. The photo of the finish
was detective. : fc
The finish Judge ru ed that
Arctic Princess was the winner
but the stewards indicated that
even if Artigas -had been the
first to hi the finish line, they
woum aisquaniy Arwgas because
01 tne xouilng on the part of
uusuHu in, me nomestretch
urauno Baeza rode Arctic Prin
Eduardo E. Younir was finsd
total or $15 tor racing Greco
unaa susy and Naranjazo with,
out the proper colors,
ivcw i ear s way dowi Lineup
The New Year's Day bowl line lineup
up lineup is virtually complete today
with Louisiana State, Oklahoma
and Clemson "in" and California
and Texas Christian only one vic victory
tory victory away from automatic bids.
With only one more big Satur Saturday
day Saturday left in the season, here's the
likely Jineup lof the five major
Rose: Iowa (6-1-1) vs Califor California
nia California (6-3-0)
Br: Juau (v-v-v) vs uemson
rang: Oklahoma (7-1-0) vs
Air Force Academy (7-0-1)
Pittsburgh )5-3-l) or
LSU, the nation's No. 1 team
and tne only major cotleee. un
beaten and untied bower, made
the Sugar Bowl bid a mere for
mality when it beat Mississippi
State, 7-6, Saturday night. Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma clinched the Big Eight title
and orange Bowl bid with a 39-0
rout of Missouri and Clemson
won the Atlantic Coast Confer
ence championship by beating
North Carolina State, 13-6.
California retained its Pacific
Coast Conference lead with a 12-7
decision over Washington and can
clinch a Rose Bowl bid by. beat
ing Stanford (2-7) next Saturday.,
TCU took over the Southwest con
ference lead with its 2-8 con
quest Of Texas and will clinch' a
Cotton Bowl invitation if it de
feats Rice (4-4-0) next Saturday.
The Air Force Academy moved
solidly into the bowl picture with
its 21-6 victory over Wyoming,
Syracuse kept rolling: with a 47 0
rout of Colgate and West Virginia
walloped William --and Mary, se-e,
to win the Southern-Conference
.Pittsburgh stayed in the tunning
championship. Mississippi vand
despite losses because of fine rec record
ord record against consistently good
The next-to-tbe-last Saturday i of
big activity was marked, by moe
than its share of upsets including
the Quantico Marines' 13-12 upset
of previously' unbeaten and untied
Rutgers. Ohio State blasted second-ranked
Iowa, 38-28, uhranked
Tennessee edged out V eighth eighth-ranked
ranked eighth-ranked Mississippi, 18-16, and Ne-
For the Best
in hews and enteminmcnt;
( Milan Thomas, trainer of lim1
netted a $10, fine for endi; 575
aorse late io the receiving barn
f Baranoa.' which, mm frnm
hostrils during Saturday's sixth
ulL was uspended for u day
. Platano got four meets W
once more, refusing to leave thf
jtartinrgatewlth the rest el
u uua. t i- -,'5 -1 4;,
1 vwwwj, wuitxi nas neen iett
at the start several times fat sue
cession, -wa suspended indefin-
iuciv ciio case w&s inmf nt
the Panama. Onmhiin.. rvir,t-.,i 1
Board (Pa tronatov for fti 1
decision x .vv 1
King John received a two-!
meet' suspension from the start-
cr xor ms reiusai in SaturdAy'e
first race. J - -; ,
Chlvlllneo.' which f Wua
lame in Saturday's-first race,)
was set down for 21 a av w
. Stout-hearted ,rrenchbre4
eolt Gaadaleanal was recent recent-IT
IT recent-IT bought "by. MrsIoua: L.
White and la belBr tr.ln h
! the "veteran horseman Henrr
i wnite. : Guadalcanal Is among
: the .12 horses, entered f n h
- Nov28riremen's :Jorpr Clas-
' Leading Jockey Baeza'g rldee
on Destello, Zumar and Atit
princess were masterpieces. -A-noard
JDesteUo lie demonstralted
toai ne nas regained all his conw
fldence and ability ttf rate pace.
Off on top with the native, Bae Baeza
za Baeza eased him off the pace and
rated him dead last then came
on with a rush In. the home-
Stretcn to win going awajf
The" honest poker-faced saddle
ace now has a total of 211 victo victories
ries victories for this year tZ more
than the previous record; Baeza
seems a cinch to better 250 wine
by the end of December.
braska surprised lOth-r an k e oT-i
Pittsburgh, 14-fl, in the ether top""
Third-ranked Army beat Villa
nova, 26-0, as Pete D a w k b -scored
ranked Auburn opped "Gedrgia,
21-fi, to stretch its unbeaten
uvuuiui wiwra UUUUi 01-12,
seventh-ranked Purdue t o n n A
ninth-ranked Northwestern, 23-6f.t
and' Charley iMilstead completecft
15 of 28 passes as Texas 4aM
Af Mount Hope
Tryouts for the Atlantic side-
Teeher BasebaU League will be t
held tomorrow afternoon at "t
o'clock in the Mount Hope:Stau
dium, it was announced today,
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Bob I WhM
For Second Time
, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1951
mo -State s
" HA MAPS iT AS A
FOOTBALL. fiOWBO. IH
JU$T FOUR. YEARS t
MAKING IT DIG
I 4 all corner
- '-, ,nr- 1
I Si Ul M I VT: .s; .;..
i 'Win w
1 -.1 wv
tht visit here was not so much to
I check Navy's ouuooK ior uw m m-i
i m-i my game but rather to. ascertain
thi present state ot the row be be-J
J be-J tween the Academy and the Eas Eas-I
I Eas-I ern Collegiate Athletic Conference.
The POim i l issue F-r
school aid to athletes, rne Acade Academy
my Academy has beeri" directed by the o o-'
' o-' verlords to cease and desist, the
alternative: .withdraw from the
ers-who describe Academy life In
prison-like terms and paint a nor
ror picture of our .curriculum.
Here was a boy who had to-make
a choice between the: easy way
and the hard way.
Our impression, .following an ex extended
tended extended discussion of the matter
witfi Pane. Slade Cutter, director
of Ithletics.js.that the .Academy
regards membership in the' e-lal
as'ah' alliance of dubious impor-
tkfl-dinnpar we are charged
niifh an atrnnious crime," the
tail, rugged submarine hero smil smiled
ed smiled wryly. "We are deliberately
twins tn further education."
W raDtain beamingly admits
most of the prep school benelicla
r varsity. Drospects. . .-
4nA hBpaUse the are we want
to' make sure they can meet the
.(iff, rfamnnrfu nf the elaSS room.
-n.- r- ... .:M
-1 These demanas are now suu
and specialized, nd non-athletes
as well as athletes often find
lengthy private tutoring an absolute-
allhigh nchools in our country
art not BS Sood as they might
ber the captain frowned.' v
is if to vindicate beyond any
posibliues1ion th prep school
prictice, the captain produced a
i.Su hnwina that over a four
var-vpar. neriod all but nine of
faL-nmntaterl their Academy couri
esl a numbef with high'' academic
: iiniinra and art now officers on
, adive 'duty. t
. t th nne run a football play
art is no good to us,' ha added
"unless he: proves to be officet
material. Consequently, that's our
UTil VU1101UCAUVU 1
in 54 Jton Beagle' made' AU-A
merican end in a vintage season
'which also featured Ralph Guguei'
mtUHoward (Hop-A-Long) Cassa Cassa-i4vr
i4vr Cassa-i4vr AlaA Anieeh ahd Don Shaw,
A ? standout in Cincinnati j high
arlnnl fnnthall. Beagle had a
S hatch of free ride offers in ioft
ta&eh colleees. 1 But ; ha had his
. mind set on the Naval Academy
',. i A wonderful break for us,'
clawed the ebullient captain, as
he pressed a buzzer summoning
hi secretary. ."see if you can
get me Beagle's'file."
f Foe's Girl Friend
Th file traced the steps the-A
caflemy.made.in. assaying him as
a future officer. Practically every
ihphase of the youngster's lif pad
sfceen expiorea, nis tamiiy oac'
'krbund. -character. associates
" f hurch and. of course, his schol-
lxBr dualities. The coach wrote:
11 Wis is a damn fine boy. He
"fill make any school in the conn
. .and any team."
"W It the current injury-riddled Na
vv team has a player1 of exceu-
- tional proficiency it is Joe Tran Tran-chlni
chlni Tran-chlni of Clairton, Pa., one of the
' spoon-fed prep babies. ."Joe's
, cae was somewhat different;
said the captain. "So, many, col colleges,
leges, colleges, were after hm -he was. be
datzled and bewlldrre, tf.-.v
y, "t)ne of the things we run into
all-the time is the libel of recruit-
"As it turned out, Joe's
friend made it for him.
'I want you to become a Naval
officer,' she told him. Joe's
marxs were inadequate. The prep
course took care of that. Now be s
an .enthusiastic midshipman, a
good student and I'm certain he'll
make a splendid officer. For that
the ECAC wants to shoot us."
The captain leaned back in his
cnair. framed in the office win
aow were parallel lines of stiff
back, iuzz cheek, embyronic ad admirals,
mirals, admirals, books in) handsXcrossing
uic t animus.
"Let them, shoot." vswnoH (h
old sea dogho had blasted 19
Japanese shtps out of the Pacific.
n L Academy Stands Firm
;', When the captain questions the
Jovites and characterizes the
ECAC'S action ax riispriminotA
it is safe to assume he also speaks
for his superior., It follows, then,
he is assured of their iimmrt in
any step he deems proper to the
based on' a recently exDandurl
cgmnuufl wnicn sanctions a six
weeKs cram course ;for. athlete. athlete.-Annapolis
Annapolis athlete.-Annapolis progran ... "what's that
oia line aoout 5 utfie bit of preg pregnancy,"
nancy," pregnancy," grumbied the cantian.
Ahere is no mistaking the bit bitterness
terness bitterness the ECAf! ha 'nrnmUJ
here. Nor his there any indication
itw acaaemy intends to knuckle
down. ;."if we can't live with
those fellows, we'll have to find
at way to. Uve whitout them." the
captain declared. "We'll probab! v
be haopier, ..too.'" ,-; t
Final FasfUch Loop
Jackson Also Picked
'-'if PRSD DOWN
i t 1 r t
; "NEW YORK (UPI)A11-Amerl
tea football, memo:
r Bob White of Ohio state: a
throwback to' the early days of
football when brute strength waa
ktng.-was selected for the second
time Monday tn the United PressJ
Week for the year's finest tiisv
play of old-fashioned power full full-backing
backing full-backing against Iowa's previous previously
ly previously unbeaten; Big 10 champs last
' A one-man "flying wedge," the
bin Buckeye, bruiser racked up
three touchdowns ani battered
his way to the top of the weekly
All-America check list. along
with Frank Finney of Brown,
Charley Mllstead of Texas A and
M and Bob by Jackson. of Alaba Alabama.
ma. Alabama. 1 V
Iowa tacklers caromed off
White like Ivory balls off a bil billiard
liard billiard cushion as the big fullback
led Ohio State to a 38-28 unset
victory over the Big 10 Rose
Bowl representative, fie roamed
70 yards for one touchdown-and,
after carrying 11 times' In 13
plays during the clinching
touchdown drive, he climaxed it
with a one-yard plunge.
v Finney Scores Three
Finney, one of the East's
sharpest T-quarterback. came
up with another tremendous job
against Harvard. He scored
three times, passed for another
touchdown and ran for one con conversion,
version, conversion, thus taking a hand in
28 of Brown's points in a 29-22
Mllstead was the key to Texas
A and M's 28-21 upset over Rice,
scoring twice and passing for
another touchdown plus booting
four straight conversions. JacK-
son provided both Alabama
touchdowns in a 17-8 upset a
gainst Georgia Tech, one of the
day's biggest shockers.
Other top performers as the
season neared its wlndup were
jack Cummings of North Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, Dale Hackbart of Wiscon Wisconsin,
sin, Wisconsin, Johnny Heyd of 'Princeton,
John Crouthamel of Dartmouth,
Pete Dawklns of Army, Nub
Beamer of Oregon State and Joe
Kapp of California,
Cummings nit two wucnawwn
nasse and set up two more
cnrB in a loser at Notre Dame
f Hackbart' led WiidonslEf1 to vlc
torv over Illinois with one touch'
down running, one by passing,
one conversion running and one
Hevd. nlavlne the usually un
glamorous role of wlngback In
Princeton's single wing; broke
loose for two touchdowns, one
touchdown pass, two conversion
passes anJ one conversion run
ning in a 50-14 roui m xaic.
TROPHY WINNERS The team from C Compa ny, 1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry, Fort Gulick,
holds the Panama Area Armed Forces Company Level Volleyball Championship for 1958. Playoffs
recently were held at Fort Amador. Shown, left to right, are Capt. Joseph Grezaffi, "company
commander; Sfc. Laie Fonoioana, team captain; Pfc. James R. Makie, Sfc. Charles L. McKea-
gue, Sp4 Freddy E. King, Sgt. Kicardo tacai, sp4 jonn r. unswaia, sic. w 1111a m j. ivicreerey, nc.
Agustin Fabian, Sp4 Jose A. Morales and Col. Ce cil Himes, Atlantic Area commander.
(U.S. Army Photo)
Along The Fairways
By TREVOR SIMONS
? The final tryouts, rain Uor
shine, will be. held Saturday,
Nov. 22. at the Fastllch Teenage
diamond at 8:00 a.m. for boys In
the 14 and 15 age groups.
Application forms may be ob obtained,
tained, obtained, from the orfncroal of the
Balboa Junior Htph School and
should be returned to him not
later than Friday noon. To be
elegible for play in the Fastllch
Teenage League you musfattend
a TJJ8. rate schol on the Pacific
side of the Isthmus.' A
All 13-year-old bovs who did
not report or Paturdav.'Nov- 15
due to lnc'ernet weather shotrtd
repott to the diamond Dromntly
at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday. Nov.
22. All 1 boys who' reported for
tryouts last season and were as
slimed to the player pool should
also reoort on Saturday. Nov. 22
. Aften the tryouts Ffturay all
bovs will he a?npd to the v
Hmis toann hv th!. uelect'on
oirrt'ttee th) in'rrmaWw
wl'l be available through the
Kapp Sparks Cal
rrmithamel ran for three
touchdowns against; C cv r nell,
rwnririna smrfA three against VI
iinnovn and Beamer accounted
for two one running, one pass
lng in ,a 24-18 squeaker a
fralnst !?t,9.nford. Kano rled Call
fornia from behind to a 12-7 vic vic-torv
torv vic-torv over Washington-:
t.r of tne.weeK
was Brewster Hobby who.passed
for two touchdowns anf scored
int MtsoiiriKlrk wll-
son UCLA's star puntertumed
paier and ifet uo the Brum pay payoff
off payoff touchdown in a 7-3 victory
over Oregon. :--W.':'A:t
Randy Duncan 01 iow,
lerttafc All-America c wiidate
hit 23 of 33 nasses aealnOhlo
State, one of them-for a touch touchdown
down touchdown in a losing cause.
Linemen were ail out may u.
the shuffle but ; among xnose
mentioned prommenwy were.
Ends Billy Henanx,
State; Gene -OTella. VUlanova
Guards Al Krntsch, Dart Dartmouth:'
mouth:' Dartmouth:' Zeke Smith, -Auburn;
pred Brandel. Purdue.
Centers Jarkle Burkett, Au Auburn;
burn; Auburn; Svetecz. Princeton,
LONG OIORGI KILLY
Long George Kelly, otherwise
niivnu f 0 : -
la seasons as a major ie ague uu
payer during :.: which ne piayeo
first base' by. preference om
pitched, played second, mira anu
the ouuieiq wneu ; cuiuihw
tii.ataH Ai -a Ditcher he was per-
w with a l-o record for the
imbui Vnr Giants in 1917. Kelly
played with the Giants from 1915
through 1926, moved to Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati far two full seasons, to the
rh. far nart of another, and
nHH in Brooklyn in '32. He hit
ftit hi lona career, with a
fun Kason hieh of .327 for the
, Whatever ; happened to Long
n.-,rT. Kviv Now 62. he Is as
Inrlated with an auto agency at
Millbrae, Calif., ;
MAY CHANGE NICKNAME
YONKERS,1 N.Y- (UPI) Mid Middleweight
dleweight Middleweight Ralph (TigeO Jones of
Yonkers, N.Y., ays "I'm thinking
of changing my, nicknaip : to
'Split' because'20 of the 24 fights
1 lost were by split, decision."
Jonfei. who won 42 bouts and had
four draws, hopes there'll be no
'inM' Friday night when he f'"
Rory Calhoun ia Madlsoa Square
After nine years of want and
desire the Cristobal High School
Tigers once again rule the ca canal
nal canal Zone football world. Prior to
the davs of tackle football the
Tigers dominated the "touch"
and "f lag" lootoau scene arouuu
these parts and tneir nine years
of abstention, with one co co-champlbnshlp
champlbnshlp co-champlbnshlp with the Bulldogs
thrown around these parts and
their nine years of abstention,
with one co-championsmp.. wimi
the Bulldogs thrown In mi,
seemed-to be like an enaiess,
Muvv.a.v r . ...
Th. HoTPrt nuiiaoK ians wm
not soon forget this Tiger cham
nionshin- and the tans will con
tlnue ito wonder how a team, so
aopt, in raw material and Justly
rated as ovenvneinung "i
falle4 to defeat Cristobal even
Aft PaV tw var: These amazed
fan se,on tne Bamoa siae
the ledger, a team seiectea uum
among over 100 aspirants as
compared to less than half that
number of aspirants that com competed
peted competed for a position on the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal team. Ll ...
Though the vital statistics are
being published for the first
time, the fans must have known
that BH3 ranjip more ground
vardage than anv other Canal
Zone team. Including the Athle Athletic
tic Athletic Club. The final records show
the Bulldogs with a total of 1163
yards n the ground as compar compared
ed compared to Cristobal's 697. AC ranked
second with 789 in five games,
their final game against Junior
College being called off.
Phil Cage, played a powerful
game at halfback for the unsuc unsuccessful
cessful unsuccessful Bulldogs and led the
Zonltes with a total of 504 yards
ground out on the grouM. near near-lv
lv near-lv half of the total Balboa pro production.
duction. production. Ca?e, this column's sel selection
ection selection as the most outstanding
gridder on the Canal Zone this
year was a fierce competitor
who'didn't know the meaning of
the word "ouit." Charlie French
ranked fourth In the yards-gained
output with 303.
This waa a bad year for pass pass-throwing
throwing pass-throwing all the way around.
Both Cristobal and Balboa, the
two contenders that battled
rlrht down to the final game.
completed onlv six and the last
place Green Devils led with
And so the fans (are saying.
"With all this talent, how could
they lose?" The answer is sim simple
ple simple and can be boiled down to a
single word.... training. Bamoa
ground out yaraage maimy on
brute force; they relied almost
exclusively on the fact that thev
outweighed the Tigers some 15
pounds to th man, and no team
on the Canal Zone could match
their superiority of numbers.
Here are a few statistics that
have proven more valuable than
bulldozer tactics. Balboa HI mi
School was far ahead of all otn otn-r
r otn-r on the Canal Zone in fum
bles; They fumbled a total of 38
times and were able to recover
only 18 of those, tn addition,
they recovered, eight fumbles
made bv opponents.
C r 1 s 1 0 b a Ts average shows
much better. The Titter1! had
record low of six fumhles ard
thev lost only two of them. In
addition to recovering four of
their own six fumbles, they were
able t? pick up 18 fumbles made
by their opponents and one of
those Keith Kullg ran back for
a touchdown that turned out to
be the deciding factor In the
iqm. DTin title.
The Bulldogs .led in first
downs with 58. more than doub
ling the Tiger production of 26.
But only too often their drives
went for naufrht on fumbles.
When figuring the yards gained
bv Balboa you must also aeauci
290 yards paced off against them
In penalties. Thlrteeh i" 15-yard
penalties were paced off against
them and that was not all with
which they were charged, for a
few went by the boards declined
Cristobal was far behind in that
department with only 80 yards
in six games. AC ranked second
with 230 and JC third with 170.
Cristobal's defensive play
was superb. They remained
unscored-upon in Interscho Interscho-lastic
lastic Interscho-lastic playi until B a 1 b oa's
touchdown broke the string In
the final game of the season.
Including the Athletic Club
games, Balboa paced the pack
in scoring. with 53 points but
allowed 39 to be scored against
them. Tht) Tiger record shows
32 in their favor and- only 18
And so with all the statistics
before me; there now comes the
time when "Tiger Rags" will
stick Its neck a mile out and
select our All-Canal Zone team.
This selection Is not the official
all C.Z. team which will soon be
selected by the coaches.
SWIM COACH RESIGNS
SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. (UPI)
Harry McGamgel, swimming
coach t Seton Hall University,
was resigned- 0 enter business,
the university announced today.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UPI)-Lou-
isviUe's football team isn't much
impressed with Army's famed
"lonesonre "end" offensive pattern
this year because it has a forma formation
tion formation in which it employs three
ends and two fullbacks.
PEARL TRIM WINS
TOP HONORS IN
Despite a small turnout last
Samruay, the iNovemoer tourna tournament
ment tournament was one of the most enjoy enjoyable
able enjoyable 01 the year. Dona. ions receiv received
ed received from Boyd Brothers, Norjon Norjon-Lilly,
Lilly, Norjon-Lilly, and tne Davis Club we.e
largely respnsitle for the success
01 ine tournament.
Betty Hennon won the dozen
goit balls won triDuted ty ihe Davis
Cub by placing her tee shot on
number sixteen nearest the hole.
Pearl Trim turned in the low
gross and low net for the day.
Louise Reynofds and Beverly Dil Dil-ter
ter Dil-ter were also in there for top priz prizes.
es. prizes. Evelyn Judson, the PWGA club
representative, set up the matcn matcn-es
es matcn-es ana selected the prizes, which
from Boyd Brothers and Norton Norton-Lilly,
Lilly, Norton-Lilly, were outstanding. Ruth Tor Tor-toricci,
toricci, Tor-toricci, vice president, conducted
the business meeting.
Appreciation .or ine use of the
F.t. Davis club and the warm wel welcome
come welcome extended the players was
expressed by Ru'.h and members
partic pating. The new slate vf
PWGA nominees for 1959 was pre presented.
sented. presented. Due to the small number of
members, the election of .officers
was postponed until tne next
monthly meeting which will be
held at Panama Golf Club in De
cember. This slate has been se selected
lected selected by ex PWGA presidents,
however nominations may be
made from the floor:
President Pearl Trim
Vice-President Ethel Perantie
MarV the date on your calendar
Dec. 13 the second Saturday
in December. In addition to elec
tion of officers we shall be play
1. The President's clun donated
by outgoing president, Pat Waring
2. "White Elephant" prizes
bout $1 00, and
a prize -gift-wrap-
3. Turkeys a
Id kmn nr.nni,. nnnk i.nl4i.f 0
IB UE1J1K nilBMKCU ITai.ll UHI I LI
pant win contriDute au cents ann
may be able to take home the
Sign up at your go f club and
lr make this a "really big
Friday, Nov. 21sl
Swivel Scats for '59
The ins and outs of motor motoring
ing motoring are said to be graceful
and wrinkle-free with the
swivel front seats offered by
DODGE for 1959.
Colon Motors Inc.
Phil Cage; Back BHS
Charlie French, Back BHS
Keith Kulig, Back CHS
Don Alexander, Back JC
Russ Favorite, Line CHS
Burt Mead, Line JC
Jon Snodgraas, Line BHS
Don Bruce, Line CHS
Morgan Schoch,C BHS
Harry Keepers, End JC
Tom Cunningham, End BHS
AH Canal Zone (Includes AC)
Phil Cage, Back BHS
Charlie French, Back BHS
Carl Tuttle, Back AC
Keith Kulig, Back CHS
RuSs FavoriteLine CHS
Burt Mead, Line JC
Louis Taber, Line AC
Bob Fearon, Line AC
Tony Dyer, Center AC
Harry Kepers, End JC
Tom Cunningham, End BHS
Bob Morris, who played
great game at fullback for the
Athletic Club was omitted from
the above selection because he
became inelllglble prior to the
close of the season.
But football Is not completely
shut down for the year. The All-
Star game with the best talent
available split into two teams,
will play at Balboa Stadium on
Wednesday night, Nov. 28. All
proceeds from that game will be
donated to the United Fund. The
game should be one of the best
seen on the Canal Zone In all
the years of local football, but
that's another story and we'll
give you a rundown on that In
ham V ISTani
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PHILLIPS Oeeensiae Cottages
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aim "!!-aim 5.1177 Cristobal J-1673.
Baldwin's furnishee apartments
, at Santa Bliri Baaeh. Telephone
Smith. Gambot, 302
FOR RENT: Gramlich's Santa
Clin house, epen 'or Nov. and
Dtc. Information Balboa 4319.
POR RENT: Modern three bed bedroom
room bedroom chalet, two bedrooms,
maid's room with bath. Tel. 3-
FOR RENT: Lovely, comfort comfortable
able comfortable chalet, 3 bedroomt, porch,
living room, dining room, garage,
aervant'i room, nice garden.
Phone 1-1411. 2:00 to 4:00
Ott Says Ex-Player
Wife To Recover
i GULFPORT-, Miss. (UPl)-The
physician attending Mel Ott, crit crit-f..'ii
f..'ii crit-f..'ii iniiiro1 former slugging
fnr the New York
(Giants, said yesterday he is re
Covering slowly, but we are en.
I The physician at the Gulfport
Memorial Hospital said Ott and
bis wife, who were critically in injured
jured injured in an automobile accident
Friday night, "will both recover.
The 49-year-old Hall of Fame
member and his wife,, Mildred,
also 49, were critically injured in
a two-car collision near Bay St.
Louis, Miss. The driver of the
lOther car was killed instantly.
FOR RENT: In new building
located in 39th Street, Bella
Vista, apartments of two bed bedroomt
roomt bedroomt with air conditioning
unitt, living-dining room, Study
room, kitchen, laundry, maid's
room, and hot water facilities.
For further information pleat
call Panama 3-1292.
FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartmenti. 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 Deco Deco-racion
racion Deco-racion Store in Edificio "Campo
Alegre" en Via Espana acrosa
from hotel "El Panama Hilton".
Telephone 3-7425 and 3-6699.
One bedroom apartment, $50.
Furnished and utilities. Call 3 3-4249
4249 3-4249 after 5:00 p.m. Military
FOR RENT: Attractively fur furnished,
nished, furnished, two bedroom apartment,
hot water, linen, China. Campo
Alegre. Tel. 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Riviera Apt. Houte.
Beautiful two-bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment dining, living, kitchen,
porch, two baths, maid't room
and garage. Call 2-4696, 8 to
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0558
Large Stock of "V"
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i S A
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(Next to English Wharf)
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FOR SALE: 1949 Ford VS.
$200.00, house 905-A Rout Rout-tun,
tun, Rout-tun, C.Z. (West Bank).
FOR SALE: 1949 ereury, 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.
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cellent Excellent condition. Call Curundu
FOR SALE: 1955 Buick Super
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radio, wsw tiret, 24,000 mile
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Texas Oilman Seeks
Permission To Hunt
KATMANDU, Nepal (UPI) -Texas
oilman Tom Slick yesterday
asked the Nepalese government
for permission to send a lour man
expedition into the Everest and
Makalu ranges of the Himalayas
to search for an abominable snow
In in application submlted to
the foreign office by a member of
the. proposed expedition, Slick
saiaJhe wanted ito send a team
of oritonsfjOoeAmerican and
snJndian ioolpgistlnto the Barun
Valley where there have been
frequent reports, of a Strang hu humanlike
manlike humanlike creature Called a yeti.
There can be no exploration of
the mountains without govern government
ment government approval, but it was be believed
lieved believed the government would
A three-man expedition financed
by Slick last spring said it came
close to solving the mystery of
the snowmen. Prof. Norman Dyh-
renfurth of California, British
journalist Peter Byrne and
French mountaineer Grald Rus Russell
sell Russell found what they said were
caves that might have sheltered
one or more yeti.
The new expedition may visit
the remote area of Mustang, 150
miles northwest of Katmandu
near the Tibetan border.
The Rajah of Mustang Sunday
invited scientists to his mountain
headquarters to examine the skim
of a strange bear-'ike animal his
men shot last February.
He sent tufts of hair from the
animal to Katmandu where ex experts
perts experts reported it was unlike the
hair of any other known animal in
FOR SALE: At is, where it,
one 1955 Plymouth 6 cylt.,
station wagon. This car hat been
wrecked and it located in the cor corral,
ral, corral, Ancon Canal Zone, Sealed
bidt will be sent to D. A. Pagen Pagen-ta,
ta, Pagen-ta, Box 4581, Panama, R.P. or
delivered to the office of the
Servicios Financieros Generates,
S.A. No. 27-19, Jose Francisco
de la Osta. Bidt will be opened
on November 24th. 1958 at this,
FOR SALE. Two bamboo chairt
and footstool with innerspring
cushions, mahogany-top aid
table, deluxe automatic wisher,
60 cycle; all good condition. Also
girls bicycle. Tel. 3745, 750-B.
FOR SALE: Sofa-bed, table and
fou chairt, two mattresset. For
information call 86-6144.
FOR SALE: Rattan living room
tat, used 6 months, apply 16th
Street, No. 15-10 apartment
Grants Pay (Loottt
BAGHDAD, Iraq (UPI) The
government announced today that
nas ooostea the pay of minor gov government
ernment government officials and promised
additional increases for policemen.
Strain Kills Trucker
LONDON (UPI) Henry Thomp.
son, 55, collapsed and died Sun
day after carrying home a child
he had struck with his truck. The
child, 5-year-old Philip Austin,
suffered -leg injuries.
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with a hearing aid to hear the
joyoua aeunds of Yeuletide. All
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Agencies.' ife ":,n.
Stock For Sale: Shares fef Axu Axu-carero
carero Axu-carero National, S.A. (National
Sugar Company) available. In Inquire
quire Inquire Panama 2-0074
FOR SALE: Weslinghoute re re-frigerator,
frigerator, re-frigerator, all porcelain, radio
victrela. All in perfect condition.
Ancon Boulevard and Mansanillo
Street No. 511.
Oustanding selection of beautiful
and exotic U.S. and European
Christmas ornaments, decoratient
and lights ideal for' hornet,
stores, clubs and organiiationt -at
American Supply Co. "J" Street
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Bett buy in town,
Johnson 35 h.p. outboard, 14
months old. Used in fresh water
only. Interested in aaving $$$
Call Balboa, 3325 after 4:0O
air fare, transfers, tours,
and deluxe hotel
leave evevy Tues. and FrL
Tel. Panama 3-1661
the first and only
no more burned out tubes
ruaranteed for life
work on flashlight batteries
angle of 7o
155 Central Ave.
Moybe the woman olwoys pays,
but she doesn't necessarily use
her own money. nui'
For This Saturday
Tryouts for American Legion ju junior
nior junior Baseball will be held Satur Saturday
day Saturday Nov. u beginning, at z:U0
p.m. at Balboa and at 9:00 a.m.
a i Coco Solo.
In making this announcement,
Player agent Moises de la Fena
has requested all interested boys
on the Pacific side to report to
the FasUich Ball, park promptly
at 2:0Q, p.mvand those on thcfl A A-tlantic
tlantic A-tlantic Side will report to the bail
field across from the Teen Club
at Coco Solo at 9:00 a.m.
To be elegible for junior base baseball
ball baseball players must be in regular
attendance at. either Balboa or
Cristobal High School. Competition
is open only to boys born Septem September
ber September l, 1941 or thereafter. Candid
ates for junior baseball need not
bring their Airth certificates as this
will be checked with school off
Players who art regular mem members
bers members of the Balboa or Cristobal
High School varsity squad and
members of the Fastlich League
All boys who played Junior
Baseball during the 1958 season
need not report for tryouts as
they are automatically consider considered
ed considered as members of the teams
that played with.
All boys upon reporting to the
tryout sites will be registered and
assigned a number. League per
sonnel will then conduct trials
in batting, pitching, catching and
base running, Under the direction
of the Player Agent, candidates
will be graded on their proficiency.
Following the comoletikn of try tryouts,
outs, tryouts, all scores will be evaluated
and players wi'l be assigned to
teams by their grade and position
for which they are best qualified.
All new players will be assigned
to teams and if there are suffi sufficient
cient sufficient qualified players, League of official
ficial official announced that an extra
team will be added. At present
the Junior Baseball League is
comprised of five teams two on
the Altantic side and three on the
During the month of December
team practices will be conducted
by the managers and coaches to
get their teams in shape for open opening
ing opening day and cut down to the re required
quired required 15 player limit.
With built-in Universal
e Low Rental Rates
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
The second of series of tryouts
for the Pacific Little League will
be held this Saturday morning at
the Little League Stadium this Sa Saturday,
turday, Saturday, November 22, at 8:30 a.m.
While the tryouts 'will be prin
cipally for 10 and 11 year old boys,
a'l 8 and 9 year old youngsters
who may have missed the initial
tryouts because of inclement wea
ther may report this Saturday.
All leagues which are sanc sanctioned
tioned sanctioned by the American Bowl Bowling
ing Bowling Congress hava an obligation.
Namely to send their represen representative
tative representative to the annual meeting to
be held Sunday Nov. 23, at tho
Diablo Clubhouse at 2 p.m.
BALBOA MEN'S LEAGUE
Teams h W L
Hillman Car 22 6
Zenith T. V 17 7
Lincoln Life 17 11
Kent f 15 13
Cafe Duran, "14 1
Astra- :f;' 14 14
Goodyear 14 14
Tivoli Travels i t 13 15
Martini Vermouth' 13 15
Peosi Colk 10 18
Balboa Beer 10 18
BlueifStar1 Mflk 9 22
Leadm Averages lurry 185,
Toland 178, Lana 178.
Millman Cars I
Duran Coffee t
The Green clad Hillman Cars
keep rolling along at merry
clip. Despite the- fact that two of
the models rolled below their u u-sual
sual u-sual performance, the Hillmans
dropped only one point to Cafe
Duran, principally because Jimmy
Bowen and Joe Burgoon broke
the 5C quota with 539 and 500. Bob
Toland of the Duran Coffee drink drinkers
ers drinkers shared the single game hon honors
ors honors with Joe Burgoon for their
200 games. But Bob topped all of
the bowlers in the match with
Astra 3 Lincoln Life 1
With Gordon Dalton, the angel
for the Astra team in the specta spectators
tors spectators gallery, his Astra bowlers
worked over the Lincoln Life
lineup by a 3 to 1 count. Two
more pins for Astra in the second
chapter or two' less for Lincoln
Life in the stanza and it would
have been a perfect night for the
This was a costly match for Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln Life, because they lost
ground to the league leading Hill Hill-mans
mans Hill-mans and now are in third place.
Ray Schneider was the star for
the Astra, with, a 217 single game
and a 552 series, unapiam tvarry
of Lincoln continued to make his
presence felt in local bowling witn
a 522. The reverend is leading tne
league in the average column.
Zenith TV Rent u
With two pals from Panama
setting a hot pace, Juan Tejada
and Humberto ueuica m, ine
Zenith TV got great reception
and took all four points, and ad
vanced the Zeniths into second
place. If they could win four
points in meir postponed maicn,
the Zeniths would be only one
point below the red-hot Hillmans.
In his 565, DeLuca shot a 224 sk skeleton.
eleton. skeleton. Dick Sovster one of the
Canal zone .f inest, ano ancnur
man for Kent, while not setting
any record with his comet ball,
did lead the Kents with 517.
Goodyear 3 Blue Star 1
With Butch MacLane rolling 233,
the Goodyear Tires opened up
with an e a s v win. They cor
raled the second game, when
the Blue Star Milkmen hit rock
bottom with a 699 game. This ap
parently shocked the Milkmen out
oi ineir leinargy, oecause wun
Ronnie King hitting 210. the Strs
got their solo point by ten sticks
Three keg'ers troke into the 500
class. Curly Bates 558 and Lane
FOR SALts Lots 500 ano 1.000
metes, lm tha Nesvo Hipodromo
Urbanisation, across the Remoa
Racetrack. Ail Iota with etreet
fronts, sewage, water maia ano
electricity. Call W. McBaraett.
' FOR SALE: Leaving Isthmus, 2
bedroom residence,, living 'in
ing room, 600 sq. meters, con concrete
crete concrete fenced. No. 74 end 8th. St,
Parous Lefevre. -..
FOR SALE: Concrete, furnished
house at Santa Clara, reasonable
price, terms considered, informa information
tion information Balboa 4319.
FOR SALE: Lets In Carre Asul.
Sea view, easy payments. Tel.
J-6059, Sr. Aurelio.
FOR SALE: leautiful farm "La
Marcels" In Carre Axul, 30,000
square meters, with fruit trees,
completely furnished chalet, two
bedrooms, living room, dining
room)' kitchen and cervices. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent climate. See it. Phone 3-5167.
FOR SALE: House in tho coun country,
try, country, very cheap. Inquire at house
7028, 8th street, apartment 8,
Mrs. Mifnen loathe Granth: Your
visit accounting department CA CA-SA
SA CA-SA ADMIRABLE will bo appro-elated.
WANTED:'- Employe apoak
Englis and Spanish, to '. answ answer
er answer the telephone. Phono 1-0852
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
- PHONI BALBOA 3709
Private Nursery School. House;
875 Morgan Avenue,- Balboa.
Call Balboa 1214. $13.00 per
child. Including transportation.
Housewives! Do yost used
good, honest, responsible maid,
with references. Call "Agen "Agencies
cies "Agencies do Comisienes Colocscio Colocscio-mss
mss Colocscio-mss Sonehei Mollick'f 7th,
Central Ave, No. 33A26, phono
LOST: Gloria Elys' dog Buffy
License No. 710. Anyone having
any information please call ,2
1639 after 4 p.m. or 2-3286 be be-:
: be-: fore 4 p.m.
LOST OR STRAYED: 4 month
eld white kitten with dark spot
on head. From '2357-B Owen
Street, Balboa Flats. Wears col collar
lar collar with bells. Reward Balboa
24362. Cookie Dean;
J TELEVISION SERYICI
We repair hi your homo -wo
don't .protend to guaranteo
owr work. We guarantee B ;
PHONE THE EXPERTS;
A CRAWFORD AGENCIES
;, TeL 2-1905
TivoH Avenue No. 11-20
Repair and refinisb Rattan fur furniture.
niture. furniture. Complete, new wrapping
guaranteed workmanship, home) -delivery
and homo repairs, alas)
repair all kinds of basket chairs.
Taller "Jimmy" opposite Hotel
.Protect year homo and prepor-
ty against Insect 4 mils.
Prompt scientific treatment- onl
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service
Panama 17977 at Colon 1777,
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUYj 1950. to
1953 Chevrolet, Standard shift,
cheap but cash. Phono 2-0740,
Mr. Diaz.' ,, ,'-
WANTED TO BUY: A email'
car 1956-57. Call Balboa 1459.
579 for Goodyear and Ronnie
King 529 tor Blue Star.
Tivell Travels J
Pepsi Cola I t
After being de toured for seven
consecutive losses, the Tivoli Tra
vel Agents shook up their lineup
ana me Key man in tne shakeup
prbved to be the key in eettine
the Tivolis on the correct road.
Manny Fernandez was put in tl;
ancnor spot,, and in the opening
game ; he, camp through wift 233
ana went on to total S7. El eh
Fins behind was another Tivoli
Traveler enjoying himself, when
iou (jiud collected a 212; and fin
ished with 571. y
The only point the Pensl Pali
pegged was in the middle session.
ironically, when Pepsi Burt De De-veau
veau De-veau rolled the highest, gama of
the night for the league, ne struck
eight times in a row for a 241
game, the Pepsi Colas lost the
game, uurt went on to finish up
with a 517, and with him was To Tony
ny Tony Luttenberger's 504.
Balboa Boor 2
In the battle of beverages, the
Balboa Beers won two tgames,
but they got trounced so soundly
by Martini Vermouth in the open opener,
er, opener, they settled for an even 'split.
The games thai Martini' Mixtures
lost to the Balboa Suds were
close, eleven sticks in one and
fourteen in the other.
No one was even luke warm- in
this even split match, and the
scores failed to reveal any 200
games or 500 series. The Balboa
Best Beer, was beer drinker Ray
uuDe with 4Ti and stone stole the
show for Martini with 495.
Foreign family desire to rent
apartment or chalet with a least
3 bedrooms, all conveniences and t
in best rotidontial area of Pana-'
ma. Excellent reference's. Call,
Bona, Hotel HI Panama.
Hew Yorker Indicted
For Hot Registering
As Castro's Agent
WASHINGTON, Nov. 18 (UPI)
A federal grand Jury here today
indicted Arnaldo Tosn a ga Barron
of New York City on a charge of
failing to register as an agent of
ITirial ritn. r..k. ..k.r i
ment. Vv," t J '.. X
The Indictment charged that
Barron acted -within the United
States as an agent of tht July 26
revolutionary movement of Cuba.
According to the Indictment, the
movements considered a foreign
principal under the foreign agents
The Justice Department a i 1 d
that, because of Barron's actions.
ne was required to-me a registra- New York and elsewhere.
Panamanian not older than 30 years. Must be bilingual with
experience in correspondence and knowledge of Account Accounting.
ing. Accounting. Good future in well established company. Please write
re are, experience, personal references and picture to
F.U. BOX 1130.
Do not forgot
WANTED: Persian kitten, ap approximately
proximately approximately ( weeks old. Call
Quarry Heights 2275.
tion statement under tho Tofelgn
. Tht indictment s34 that Bar
ron wiuiuuy ana uniawruiiy-
iaiiea to xuo. sucn a statement.
Specifically, Barron was accus
ed of acting as a publicity agent
for Castro's movement in New
York; soliciting and collecting
money for tha movement in New
York and elsewhere and offering
and attempting to buy guns and
armaments for the movement in
Rebellious Cons At Michigan Pen
Must Work Today Or Be Punished
JACKSON, Mich., NoV. IB
UPI) A group of rebellious
Inmates at Southern Michigan
Prison were given one last
chance to return to.-work today
or face disciplinary action,
Warden William Barma acted
swiftly yesterday when some 300
convicts staged a sit-down strike
The team to beat is Gulf wide
and every team is trying, but they
are also failing dismally. Last
week it it was National Radio who
failed to dent these five paragons
oi sKui speuea kick, uuupride
took all 4 points with Beesler roll rolling
ing rolling a 453 series and Trevino a 441.
For National Radio, Hervey knock knocked
ed knocked 443 down and Hodge a 383.
Mercuric- moved into second
place when they took 3 points
from Cerveza Balboa. This time
the Jewels that sparkled were
Hernandez with a 490 and Garcia
with a 418. "Log cerveceros" put
up a good fight as demonstrated
by the series turned in by Burk Burk-halter,
halter, Burk-halter, 525, and Di Paulo 422.
Marlboro took 3 points .from
Crawford Agencies, maintaining a
reachable position for- the top
spot. Martinez led the Marlboro
men with a 487 series and Taylor
put in his bid with a 450. For
Crawford Agencies, Spiros carried
the big stick in the form of a 485
series and Miranda .made, his
presence known with a 418. V
By this time (I am sure that
Gulfpride is casting a' watchful
eye at La Mascota, who all of a
sudden have awakened out of a
deep sleep and are teariniuo ev
erything that comes tip agiinst
tnem. voiKswagezf was tne victim
last week. The wildcats for La
Mascota were Ferreira with 469
and Crespin and Opio with a 274,
The automobile men that made
things hard for La Mascota were
Serna with a 426 and Stevens with
a 407. '.:V'" 1
SEX-ATIONAL , :
..Bi.V'NV.TWX-'- : V
The French -iex-pot who's
oreatihg world-furore, .stars
in a' hot new drama,. -(in
(in- French with' Spanish
. subtitles) . ,,
AT TUB ..'
THEATEE No, 1 Peru Ave.
FOR ADULTS ONLY!
at Southern Michigan, the
world's largest walled orison
with 5,000 Inmates and scene of
a bloody xiot six years ago.
$annanv ordered i aE prisoners
back to their tasks. He addressed
them over the prison loudspeak
er system. There was no vlo
.Afterwards, the 300 strikers
were told to return to work but
169 refused to comply and stay stayed
ed stayed in their cells, Bannan said If
the restive Inmates did not be
gift work today ho would send
them to a prison disciplinary
The warden blamed the strike
on the late distribution of prison
"scrip" this month,' complaints
about food and other matters.
The scrip ts the prison money
used by convict to buy goods
from the prison commissary, it
is paid according to earnings
from work In prison Industries,
Bannan said payments usually
start on the 10th of each month
but there were held up In No-i
vember because of the election)!
and Veterans Day which slowed1
up processing of the prison pay
roll by state employes.
Distribution of the scrip start
ed last week and will be com'
pleted tomorrow, he said.
Got. g. Mennen Williams ask'
ed the state corrections depart
ment tor a lull report on the
NEW .YORK. Nov. Is-(UPIW
tocks coked further into aav
high territory at an active) openin
Some of tne Issues slioned bac
slightly but a sufficient number c :
tho leading industrials addc I
fractions to yesterday's last priCt
auu Kiunea uw mausinai averaj
w a recora top.
Am Tel and Tel
: Arkansas Fuei
AVCO Mfg. ;
Bicrof t Uranium
Cerro do Pasco
Chicagft Gt Waat
' Coastal Caribo
Crown Corp and Seat
' Cuba. Venezuela Oil
- 1 Paso Nat Gas -Eversharp
jf argo ou
Gen Elec j
Harsco Steel -..
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New Eng-T and T
Royal Dutch Shell
Shell T and T,
Signal Oil and Xai. A
Stand Oil N.J.
Texas Gulf Prod
t TJnited Aircraft
.United Canso Oil
1 US Rubber
' Wheeling Steel
For the Best
in news and
.840 PANAMA 1090 COLON
Bilingual CLERlCTYPIST with experlene
an1 anaixd mml r-frTira sinrl rMnm
mendations. Please submit all particulars
along with photograph to P. O. Box 718,
Panama, R. of P.
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11,1958
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPEV
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Today's JV Program
Let's Take A Trip
Ozzic A Harriet
7:30 You Bet Your Lift
0:00 Kraft, Theatre
:00 People Are Funny
1:30 The Rugglea
10:00 Alcoa Hour
11:00 CFN NEWS
11:15 Encore: Studio One.
Courtesy of Aerovlas Panama Alrwajj
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Aircraft May Return
) Red Fighters Do Not Stop Shooting,
WASHINGTON, Nov. 18 (UPI) The United States Intimated today its planes might not withhold their fire if
i Russian planes shoot at them again.
' This implicit warning was issued by the State Depa rtment on the heels of its disclosure yesterday of two re re-"
" re-" cent Soviet fighter plane forays against U.S. military aircraft one over the Baltic Sea and the other over the
hSwr of Japan. Both incidents occurred Nov. 7.
- -j-9 jepartment said Russian tignters urea xwice on xn piane over ine oaiuc. n oaiu swviei ngiiLcia mauv
Uteulated attacks on the plane over the Sea of Japan but did not shoot at it. Neither plane was damaged.
commanders ire under instructions
to shoot back if necessary but are
'- AH'" Air Force spokesman said
todasT there will be "no curtail curtail-itnent
itnent curtail-itnent of any of our training or
Itoutine flights that are not provo
tative in nature."
The- Pentagon has steadfastly
maintained that all U.S. planes
involved in recent Soviet firing
indicants were engaged on train training
ing training w navigational flights.
Ib: disclosing tht recent Red
l-attMks, a formal U.S. note to
Moscow noted neither of the A.
Weather Or Not
l This weather report for tns 24
hours endins 8 a. "J. today Is
prepared bv the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of tne
Panama Canal Company:
(max. mph) SW19
RAIN (inches) .72
(inner harbors) 80
j WEDNESDAY, NOV
Last Day! .75 &
3:00 4:45 6:50 9:00 p.m,
C- TOMORROW! Q
Two chained fugitives...
desperately trying to
escape from the law
and each other!
STANLEY KRAMER p
with Thtodoft Bikd, Chtrtcs t 'cCrtw,
Lsn Ctanty, Kng Donovan,
Kevin Coughlin ind Cnt Williamt
Writtdm by NATHAN E. DOUGLAS
nd HAROLD JACOB SMITH
Produced nd Directed by
JMeued thru UNITEDfJTJ ARTISTS
merican planes involved fired
back despite what it called the
"dangerous, offensive and pro provocative
vocative provocative actions of Soviet fight fighter
er fighter aircraft."
But it told the Kremlin in
sually stern language:
If such dangerous tactics are
in the future repeated by Soviet
aircraft in clos proximity to A A-merican
merican A-merican aircraft in international
air-space, the Soviet government
should be aware that commanders
of American aircraft will be un under
der under instructions to take any 'de 'defensive
fensive 'defensive action which they consi consider
der consider necessary and appropriate."
This statement caused some
puzzlement here. American pi pilots
lots pilots havt been authorized for
some time to fire back if at attacked,
tacked, attacked, and to pursue their at attackers.
tackers. attackers. A State Department spokesman,
asked yesterday whether new in instructions
structions instructions would be issued to A A-merican
merican A-merican pilots, said this might
be done but he did not know. He
referred newsmen to the Penta Pentagon.
gon. Pentagon. .Defense spokesmen said they
knew of no new orders as yet.
State Department officials aald
later that, in general, U.S. plane
cautioned to exercise utmost re
They said the language of yes yesterday's
terday's yesterday's note was intended to
warn Russia it must halt such at attacks
tacks attacks or they might lead to "se "serious
rious "serious incidents."
Mansfield Hopes For Closer
Future Liaison With Dulles
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Former Red Premier
From Siberia Post
MOSCOW, Nov. 18 (UPI) Dip Diplomatic
lomatic Diplomatic sources reported today
that former Premier Nikolia Bul Bul-ganin,
ganin, Bul-ganin, linked last week for the
first time with the so-called "an-ti-party
clique." has been remov removed
ed removed from his post as Chairman of
the Economic Council in faraway
Bulganin was dispatched to the
North Caucasus city last summer
after his quiej; demotion trom
ministerial rank as Chairman of
the State Bank, the post he had
been given afttr giving up the
Premiership to Nikita Khrusncnev.
Thp px-leader had been private
ly criticized for failing to support
Khrushchev in the latter's show showdown
down showdown with the anti-party group of
former Premier Georgi MalenKov,
fnrmer Foreien Minister V. M.
Molotov. former first Deputy pre
mier Lazar Kaganovich ana lor lor-mer
mer lor-mer Foreign Minister D. T. She-
Fnr the first time, Bulganin
was nuDltciV laoeuea a memuei
of the deposed clique last Wednes
Widow Is Flying
Tyrone Power's Body
Home To California
MADRID. Nov. 18 (UPI)- The
hnriv of film star Tyrone Power,
accompanied by his widow, left
here by plane early mis tor nunai
The TWA Super-G constallation
carrying Power's casketed body
in a special compartment, his wi widow
dow widow Debbie and long time friend
Bill Gallagher, took of from Ma Madrid's
drid's Madrid's Barajas airport at 6:40 a.m.
Tlie plane landed here nearly
eight hours late after a flight from
Rome via Tunis and Algiers. It
was scheduled to fly via Lisbon
and continue to New York via the
Azores and Boston.
Power's emblamed body was
enclosed in a special casket cover covered
ed covered in a grey canvas cover when it
arrived here from the Strategic
Air Command ba$e at Torrejon by
USAF ambulance shortly before
the plane landed. It was placed
in a special forward compartment
for the flight.
WASHINGTON (UPI) Senate
Democratic Whip Mike Mansfield
(Mont.) said yesterday Democrats
have no intention of making a
whipping boy Out of Secretary of
State John Foster Duiles in their
current review of U.S. forign
Mansfield, a member of the
Senate Foreign Relations Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, said the Democrats "will
meet Dulles on the issues, but
we'll try and be as responsible in
our criticisms as we have in the
He said he hoped for "closer
liaison in the future" between the
administration and congressional
leaders on the question of foreign
He empnasizea in an interview
that the Foreign relations com
mittee will not use its broad
study of foreign policy, now un underway,
derway, underway, to criticize Dulles conti continually
nually continually as tne Republicans raked
former Secretary of State uean
Acheson in the Trunnn administration.
'We don't operate' that way,"
Mansfield told a reporter.
Mansfield said he felt there is
still a need for more "flexibility
and cooperation" belween the Ex Executive
ecutive Executive and Legislative branches
on foreign policy He praisea as
a step in that direction the ad administration's
ministration's administration's action in naming
Senate Democratic Leader Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon B. Johnson (Tex.) to repres
ent his nation in U. N. outer
space talks and in conferences
with Mexican- President-elect Al Al-fonzo
fonzo Al-fonzo Lopez Mateos.
Better relations with Latin Latin-America
America Latin-America and more emphasis on
outer space evelopments were
two main parts of Johnson's re
cently announced 12-point pro
gram for the new congress. John Johnson
son Johnson also listed a review of foreign
policy which the Foreign Relations
Committee has undertaken.
Mansfield said .he hoped the ad
ministration would give as much
consideration to Johnson's ther
The Montana Democrat said he
was having no part of demands
by some Democrats, notably Sen.
Joseph S. Clark (D-Pa.). that
"We want to look ahead and
not backward," Mansfield said.
In Gamboa Area
For 4-Day Period
A Canal Zone area on the
east bank of the Canal from
Gamboa to Nuevo Llmon will be
off limits for hunting for four
days beginning Friday, Nov: 21.
According to Headquarters,
U.S. Army Caribbean, shooting
will be banned In this area be because
cause because the 4th Gun Battalion,
517th Artillery will be engaged
In a cross-Isthmus march prob problem
lem problem from Nov. 21 through Nov.
Reds Taunt Jailed
US Tourist With
His GOP Affiliation
BONN. Germany (UPI) An
American tourist who spent -four
weeks in a Soviet zone jail for
taking snapshots said yesterday
Red interrogators used the fact
that he was a Republican to try
to break his morale.
Georee Milroy. 29, of Ann Ar
bor, Mich., told newsmen he was
mterogated repeatedly oy mm
munist po'ice and security inves
tigators on suspicion of espionage
before his release haturaay nigni.
Milroy said the Communists, in
questioning him about the U. S.
political situation, discovered he
was a Republican ana tnen triea
to exploit the fact for psychologi psychological
cal psychological purposes.
He said on the morning after
the Nov. 4 American elections,
his captors informed him trium triumphantly,
phantly, triumphantly, "the Democrats have
Milroy told reporters he had a
transit visa to go through
East Germany in his passport
when he was arrested by Soviet
soldiers on Oct. 17 at Neustrelitz,
northwest of Berlin.
He noted the date of his release
coincided exactly with the expira expiration
tion expiration date of his transit visa,
granted him with a friendly smile
by East zone border authorities
while he was driving from Copen Copenhagen
hagen Copenhagen to Berlin.
The Michigan tourist said he
was arrested after he took some
pictures of a gate in Neustrelitz
that was covered with slogans and
pictures of Lenin and Marx. In
the background was the headquar headquarters
ters headquarters building of Russian tank
For Elderly Zonian
Mrs. W. J. Allen
BERLIN, Nov. '18 (TJPD The
Soviets today accused the United
States of violating; the four-power
status of Berlin fey using It as
a base for agitation against the
Communist world, ; v
At a rare press conference the
Soviets sala that US. Cold War
activity in. the. city is a danger
to peace and to all humanity
"and must, be stopped."
A Soviet! embassy spokesman
demanded that the Unitd States
halt its "insidious activity."
Two Russians who defected
to the West and then, returned
to the East testified they had
been victims of American American-backed
backed American-backed anti-Soviet organiza organizations.
tions. organizations. ;
A former deserter identified as
a LtV I. W. vchinikov, in a
statement obviously prepared for
him, .said American financed
underground organizations in
West Berlin violated the Pots Potsdam
dam Potsdam agreement and the city's
Items developed at the news
conference brought no direct
threats against the western
positien in the city nor did
they refer to. Soviet Premier
Nikita' Khrushchev's demand
-that the four-power occupa occupation
tion occupation of Berlin be ended.
Sut the press conference seem seemed
ed seemed to be part of the Soviet build buildup
up buildup for some sort of action a a-eainst
eainst a-eainst the city.
Soviet embassy press attache
M. V. Beburov said the confer conference
ence conference had been called to tell the
world public about the Cold War
tactics used against the soviet
Union by the "imperialists."
Actually, for many of the
more than 100 reporters, pho photographers
tographers photographers and newsreel cam cameramen
eramen cameramen who turned dut, the
press conference was some
thing or a flon.
It had been expected to pro produce
duce produce new word on Soviet views
on the Berlin crisis, perhaps
throush an interview with So
viet ambassador Mikhail Pervuk Pervuk-hin,
hin, Pervuk-hin, who has just returned from
But all it produced was rehash
of the same tired old charges by
the Sbviets against the West;
NORFOLK, Va Nov. 18 (UPI) Norfolk rot en turned out today to say whether thr prefer
integrated, public: schools .or 'closed schooUv.CH-'fe-''4 $' vifwf?1':;,
. Neither side would predict the outcome tf : the referendum in which, tern bservers mw 4
narrow murrin f Art mi. In Ktnr for' the urn IMMitlnn. v,i!l":s -; -v., i' ( '-.'-?
Half of the city's 49,000 eligible voters were expected tQ ballot In the iff aw Vote allet Tf
city eouqcil to sample public sentiment. : : !y V S'v i:y-.x-f:C''t.:r'l: K3
iMcri vi tne proposal msue hiihudb ppi i croccmen w vote, tHI Xnw tneory
that the city's- bir' military population would favor reopeninc Norfolk's six lnterration.rJmuii
junior and senior high schools, even if racially mixed.
against a "for" vote, said rainy Lprovlsion which: would attempt
weather' might cut into the vote
against the proposal, ;
The weather bureau, called for
drizzle and fog with some sun-
snme in the afternoon.
Polls were opened from 6 ajn.
to 1 p.m.
Voters found this proposal on
"Shall the council of the city
of Norfolk, pursuant to state law,
petition the governor to; return
to ihe city, control of schools,
now closed, to be opened by the
city on an integrated basis as re required
quired required by the Federal courts?"
A footnote on the ballot re reminded
minded reminded voters that should the
schools, closed Sept. 27 under
Virgin la's anti-integration
laws; be opened on a racially racially-mixed
mixed racially-mixed basis, state funds t'o all
Norfolk schools of that class
would be cut off, necessitating
an undetermined tuition fee
for children to attend the the-schools,
Meanwhile In Washington,
leaders of a bi-partisan drive to
crack down on Senate filibusters
appealed to the 13 newly-elected
Democratic senators to back
their fight and pave the way for
passage of new civil rights legis
They .also sought to short-cir
cuit a proposed compromise, said
to be. backed by Senate Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Leader Lyndon B. Johnson
(Tex.) and Sen. Richard B. Rus
sell (D-Ga.). leader of the Sen
ate's southern bloc. They said
the compromise would not re restore
store restore "majority rule" in the
The appeal was made in a let letter
ter letter to the new Democratic sena senators
tors senators from Democratic Sens. Paul
H. Douglas (111.) and Hubert H.
Humphrey (Minn.). GOP Sens.
Clifford P. Case (N.J.) and Ja Jacob
cob Jacob K. Javits (N.Y.) endorsed the
letter and joined in warning a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the compromise.
The two Republicans said the
dompromise would leavtfhe sit situation
uation situation almost unchanged and
accompanied by a proposed hew
Funeral services have been
set for Thursday at 9 a.m. at
St. Mary's Church, Balboa, for
Mrs William J. Allen who died
yesterday at Gorgas Hospital
after a lone illness.
Rev. Paul C. Loven, cm., win
officiate, and interment will be
at Corozal Cemetery.
The casket will be open from
6 until 6:30 p.m. tomorrow night
at Gorgas Mortuary. Afterward,
beginning at 6:30 p.m., there
will be a rosary service at the
Mrs. Allen, the widow of a
retired Panama Canal employe
who had lived on the Isthmus
for over 45 years, was 78 years
A native of Ireland, she came
to the Canal Zone in June 1912
from her home in New York.
Her husband, the late William
J. Allen, was employed as a
painter foreman in the Indus
trial Division and served in the
Canal organization from 1908
until his retirement. He died
four years ago.
Mrs. Allen had made ner
home with her daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Walter J. Allen, in Curun Curun-du
du Curun-du since the death of her son
several months ago. Walter Al
len was an employe in the Ca Canal's
nal's Canal's Administrative Branch for
Mrs. Allen is survived by four
daught e r s, Mrs. Jerome F.
Steiner, of Balboa; Mrs. C. F.
Magee, of Boston; Mrs. Frank
Pepe, of New York City; and
Mrs. Edna Slusher, of Appala Appala-chicola,
chicola, Appala-chicola, Fla.; one son, William
B. Allen, of Margarita; 21
grandchildren, and six greatgrandchildren.
The man who isn't worth his
solt is often judged by his suoor.
i HOW? The problem for this
bird in Rome, Italy, is not get getting
ting getting out but getting in a mod modernistic,
ernistic, modernistic, cage. The futuristic
. birdhouse is the work of Vit-
I torio Falchi.
TEXAS ORIGINAL A study
in composition is pretty Sally
Cain of San Antonio, who pre previews
views previews an entry in the Alamo
City's unique River Art Show.
to Us the' hands of future Sen'
ates in making rule-changes,"
It now takes two thirds or
the Senate' : entire member
ship or 64 senators to curb
talkathons, traditional weapon
of Southerners in their efforts
to block civil rights legishw
tion. The figure will rise to 66
when Alaska s senators are
sworn in. -av : s'i; v.- ny,:
The proposed e om p romise
would enable two thirds of the
senators actually present and
voting to choke off debate. Thus,
20 senators couia break up a ill
ibuster If only 30 senators were
However, the antl filibuster
forces contend this is misleading
because most of the Senate turns
out for critical votes.
They want a rule permitting
half of the Senate's membership
now 49 senators to gag de
bate after it has gone beyond a
specified deadline, '
Douglas and Humphrey, who
said their "prospects for suc success
cess success were never so bright,? said
the proposal would "enable a a-majority
majority a-majority of the total Senate to
reach a vote after full and fair
"We believe It Is essential for
Congress to proceed promptly to
the consideration and enact
ment of constructive legislation
to assist compliance with the
Supreme Court's desegregation
decisions and to prevent school
and church bumpings and other
denials of eaual protection of
the laws, free from he filibuster
roadblock," they said;
"This will be impossible unless
the Senate first adopts rules
that will enable it to stop unlim
Russell has conceded that the
Senate will, make some change
in the anti-filibuster rule when
it meets in January. Wobablv a
long the lines of the proposed
compromise. Johnson also Was
understood to favor such a plan
Javits and Case said, however,
reopenhu Norfolk's six lntetration-close4 "C
tion. virtually unharisreetr12
saidthey. were sure; 'supporters! ;
or an' effective; rule change will
"even worse : Is expected td be that this would "leave the situa-
Democratic Solon Urges Ike To Seize
Initiative In Cold War With Russia
For Some Americans!
WASHINGTON -MI TPTl; lv rr el
Public HeaJth Service I nffipiaiit
said yesterday iom nermU chnnM
get Asian flu shots even though
there has been no indication so
in of an epidemic like the ene ene-that
that ene-that hit 50 million AmericaM last!
. Dr. Cari C. Dauer authority rai
influenza eDidemir. airr ca
there have been none of the in
iense focalized outbreaks whicK
usually signal the start of a epi epidemic."
demic." epidemic." ' 'v t
But Dr. Lerov &..Burnv' iJ
geon, general, thinks ,it would (e!
' w some people to get J
o,.u0 ;sori ai possioie, flespi
toe encouraging outlook &
t He recommends, vtccinatipn foi
t 1. Workers In Industriaf of seV
Ice occupations where large-seaM
absenteeism would cause serioue
disruption-for example;,, hospital
and public utUity staffs. H
: 2. Individuals who Would incut
added risks' by catching ,fui
These include aged persons, pree
nant women and people with
chrome illness such as .heart disi,
ease or tuberculosis. A
Burney said the "best thin? to do
is to consult your personal physt
cian on the advisability of-shots?'
Flvr vaccine of the "polyvalent"!!
variety is plentiful this fall. Poly
vaient vaccine' i protect : againsl
the Asian, strain as well at other
common types lof -mfluenza,
75 p TODAY! 40
1;08 l:3i. Sj0i:89 p.m.
WASHINGTON (UPI) Se'n.
Albert Gore (D Tenn.) urged
President Eisenhower yesterday
to 'sieze the initiative' in the pro propaganda
paganda propaganda war with Rus ia by or ordering
dering ordering a thre-year suspension of
alt above ground gk s. nuclear
nGore, a member of the joint
Congressional atomic Energy
Committee, told the President
this country should come forward
at the end of the three-year peri period
od period with a proposal for a treaty
to make permanent the ban on
further atomic tests in the atmos atmosphere.
phere. atmosphere. He said such a move wouldcall
the Soviet Union's bluff in the
atomic field. He also said it
would give this country an ad advantage
vantage advantage in leading the world to toward
ward toward the elimination of the haz hazards
ards hazards of radioactic fallout
Gore, who returned Saturday
from the East-West test ban talks
at Geneva, outlined t his views to
the President in a 45-minute con conference
ference conference at th White House,
He said he 'made some sug suggestions
gestions suggestions which I think would im improve
prove improve our position at Geneva.'
He declined to give the Presi President's
dent's President's reaction to his proposals.
However, he said, 'the Presi President
dent President couldn't have been more
cordial, interested and con concerned.'
cerned.' concerned.' At the President's re request,
quest, request, he said, he will submit a
detailed memorandum on his pro proposal
posal proposal later this wek.
"I suggested that the United
States take certain actions to
seize the initiave m preventing
any further contamination oft he
atmosphere, he told, newsmen.
Under his proposed ihree year
ban, he noted, this country could
continue underground and under underwater
water underwater tests to develop the peace peacetime
time peacetime use of the atom.
Rut core laid tost t n th t.
greatest hazards from radioactive
fallout. He said he did not feel
that any three year test ban
would unncessarily handicap the
United States militarily.
Gore said he urged the Presi President
dent President to take the lead in trying
to separate the disarmament
problem from the health question
Here is a field in which we
could act and at the same time
move quickly, without a cumber cumbersome
some cumbersome detection system such as
would be necessary' in any ban
on underground and underwater
tests, he said.
He added that his proposed ban
would not be contingent on any
similar ban by the Russians. Bu
he said the Soviets would be 'dis 'disturbed'
turbed' 'disturbed' by any such unilateral
U. S. move wcause they have
been 'using this health hazard as
a means of propaganda against
the tlorp tf tverpi
V had tochwxe fotoee
; V decency and iexmS!
mW v ssi
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