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iR6MANCE OF THE, TEAJl The
In-the smile ori8-year-oia Tieaei, wno was piucjtea irum. ner
f.tKif'n yoynivt lEianrf ninntatlnn hv her Prince Charming in
the. shape of yachtsman Forrest
meaon the isaimusutney were .marnea luuiieuiawiy aw jdu jdu-boe
boe jdu-boe They pose for a picttffe at the-home oftWally Pearson,
Navy civilian emploe who threw a wedding party for the hap happy
py happy couple. , r N Photo Otis Imboden)
Z3o ve Le dps From G a
To Judge; Demings Office
tell .deeply in love with a plant planter's
er's planter's daughter n. a remote, is island
land island la the Galapagos and car
I rled hereaway fekufcoaty -r-
1 rived recently jn, wie vana
- Widl married her X Z
L. .forrest 'Nelson, akfppef of.
trjm.4etch Nellie Brush;
which in lying at the Balboa
yacht' Club moorings, little,
rend with wedding bells. t-' v
And the girl he married nev never
er never imagined a Jewt short weeks
ago.ithat romance would come to
her in a little yacht which nosed
into Tth bay-other, island home
of Santa Cruz. 1 r ;
, 'The glrf,' 18-year-old FrledeT,
with blond'hair afid a fresh
complexion Jlnds that In marry-
I tncr wnrrest: she .has married the,
I wide fcworld-and"' civilization
1 Elding' 4n ah automobile and
! watching television are still new
' nd strange esjperlences for her.
I This Is how the storybook ro ro-'
' ro-' mattce came about. Forrest-has
. owned the Nellie Brush tor seven
' yeara and has lived aboard her
t for most Of that time. Five years
I via wiattBrt t.h RalaDacos for
the first time and met Friedel
Horneman,, daughter of -a Scan Scandinavian
dinavian Scandinavian settler who has a cof coffee
fee coffee plantation on Santa Cruz.
Then Friedel -was little more
than a child Vho looked, upon
Forrest with the hero worship of
a hw months arolForresf.
.'again put his yacht Into the
CaUpagos isianas ana maue m
tU on Santa Crus. He founoV
Friedel had blossomed into an
' attractive young- woman and
he fell head-ever-heels In love
Hut, there V were difficulties,
not the least being'that Friedel
was -engaged to be marnea 10
the son of a neighboring pianv
Forrest, however. -lfouiidher
adr -and willln -to break -off
her engagement i Ber ;:T)arents
(Editor's Note: The following'
sorry document was found a-1
' mong the detritus on the .Clty;
Desk, as the tide receded this,
morning. All marks of owner;
ship had been -erased by the,
AFTERNOON OF A; REPORTER
Cleared desk and went to pick
up car sent to garage .for polish polish-lne.
lne. polish-lne. re-llnlng brakes, replace-
; merit ? of ? weftther-strip where
, Jiood,. Joins body,, Mechanics say
dealer for my make ,:.ofv wagon
falls' to stock re-llning ; to fit.
Was necessary to: buy lining by
foot and cut specially:-This de
layed Job, so. polishing and strip
;Unflnished. ;;.-- ; iJ.tf1:'''
' "Take car anyway for errands
(buck In garage tomorrow).
. ; To restaurant for a quick or1-
ange Juice, papaya and black
coffee (blessed Boquete grind
Ldf-ltehVimm W earner And Seafaring BeatWaterfront Covers Reporter
dream 'that came true shines
Nelson., When the couple at
gave their consent and their
blessing to their new luture soni
in-law and the couple lost ho
time In setting tail, wedding-
bound for Panama. ',
r There were.dimcuities w their,
geumg maryea m me waapa -
$03, Forrest would nave naa to
live, ithere for at -least five
months; under Ecuadorian law
before the ceremony, could. be
performed.' r -j
.(.When the' arrived tn the
isthmus, one of the first things J
; they did was to apply- for a wed-
QinK. license iuu ui wnuic uuuj
from license" to 'the -blessing by
Judge John Demlng, toor about
one and a half hours,
Friedel who speaks English,
Spanish, German, Norwegian
and French Is finding that her
husband has taken her to. a
strange and .exciting r new
'world, far removed from the a
. are no hiehwaya and no elec
tricity, where no airplanes
; pass overhead and the only
hint of the world beyond Is an
. Frieder- has a 13-year-old
brother' who has never seen a
plane; bus or. a 'movie. Friedel
herself, rhowevef, did go n a
trip to the Ecuadorian mainland
once, i -i'
Today, ehe visited a. dentist in
Balboa. She did to to a dentist
on her mainland trip but appar-t
entlyhe.was ; very primitive
The 'f couple are undecided
whether or not to eontlnue the
Said Forrest today: We may
settle down to a landlubber's life
but we arc, not planning too fas
ahead at present."
v Forrest Is expecting to be com commissioned
missioned commissioned to take a shrimp boat
from Panama" to the, States.
Friedel will go with -him, '.and
then they will travel back to the
Isthmus and set sail again in the
Nellie Brush; -possibly for Flori Florida;
da; Florida; which, is Forrest's, home
state. r h ,
'Supermarket next stop. Buy
floor, disinfectant, house-coffee,
loaf, of bread, child's 'painting
toy.t Checker i notices A top of
chemical bottle is loose, chlorine
stuff dribbling down, label She
fiXeS tt,-V ls;
i ;Sky looTtejlbwerlnf for fter-
noon irara,;M.-"a"v" ', s, .s
v:;But money i depleted ;trlp, to
bank necessary., v a i .v v.-i
- Ask teller how much In check
ing account.; He eyes me suspl-
ciouslyr-After all, the depositor
should know. -' He. askr machine
bookkeeper who furnishes add adding
ing adding machine slip of balance. It's
enough. Cash check for funds to
pay upcoming garage oiii, nn
ish out. week (I hope.), i'" ?- 1f
Post of f ice next, s incoming
check for $5; bill for storage of
valuables, also $5, No gains,' no
losses, r Three circulars selling
stuff; one letter from States
asking what I want for Christ-
, A' collection "for used, clean,
serviceable s children'" clothing,
canned foods, soap and soap
powders, will be held at Albroolt
and Locona .on Saturday, Nov.
29, from 9. to 11 a.m., as part
of Operation Christmas, 1958.,
The drive was announced by
Lt. CoL Thomas E, Hallifax,
commander 4700th Materiel
Squadron arid" chairman of the
Operation Christmas council,
at a meeting of council mem members
bers members held last week. y 1
As one of their -community
projects for "Christmas Good
Turn," the Boy Scouts of Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook Troop 15r under the
auspices of the Canal "JEone
Boy .Scout Councilr will help
collect usable, clean children'
clothing, for ages two through,
Those wishing to donate re repairable
pairable repairable toys to be reflnished
by the Albrook Fite Department
are asked' to leave them in
their carports for pick-up. at
I put aDove time, f
These Items will he slven to
torn; three charitable organiza-
' tions that have been, supported
bv Albrook's, ODerauon Christ-
mas for this the 15th consecu-
tive year : the children' wards
of the San Jose de Obaldla Hos-
pital. Medaila Mflaerosa Ot
phanage -and the QuaTderiarin
fantu Day Nursery f; pavld
wuriqui, -j ;
Th council wilt Invited
underprivileged boys and 51
girls through the; fanama't
.Ministry of Labor and WeN
fare for a Christmas party te
be held, at the Carlb Lounge
JSaturday morning, Dec 20,
, w.. ii..cj
J L Pf0E0nserv,HitPm?f
Is scheduled for Dec, 17
Chtistmas parties' will be held
at. the Quarderia Infantll, Me Medaila
daila Medaila Milagrosa Orphanage and
the -children's wards of the San
Jose de Obaldla Hospital.
The toys, clothing and food
i that have been collected will
be distributed and Santa Claus
will bring an old fashioned
bountiful Christmas to. these
underprivileged and orphaned
Rafael- Fernando Badilla. '45
Panamanian, a taxi driver who
was driving at 60 mph alomt
Roosevelt Avenue where the
speed limit is 25 mph, was fined
$35 by Judge John E. Demlng
at Balboa Magistrates Court to today.
day. today. Pr 1
U.S. soldier Delfln lxpez, 37,
was fined $10 for failinz to al allow
low allow a'safe distance when over overtaking.
taking. overtaking. fvi v.
Tor driving on the left of the
road when within' 100 feet of
an intersection. Bethancourt
Villanueva, 29, Panamanian was
fined $10. ;
to canal Zone Library-for re
turn of ; overdue fiction;' "Pea "Peacocks
cocks "Peacocks nd Avaf ice. ( :y 'r
' Sky much Tower and blacker,
but still hope to beat the rain.
: Fall into conversation with
reference llbrarfan.' We. discuss
proposed exhibit f French im impressionist
pressionist impressionist prints-for C.2.. Mu Museum
seum Museum '. -S'-'i '""'"(.'
Line Up at checking desk; be
hind afternoon, crowd of; stu students.
dents. students. Some students bunch, in
to line;-Assistant librarian
who says he
Librarian takes him out f
turn. He rusnes on. uorarians
pencil with special gaaget ior
dating-out books is missing also.
Everyone grin. I wonder what
book oldtimer's wire needed. : ?
T'm daMH,Mir. n ttnnlr
j.vav,- ubii.u..i9 w mw
viuy cnan, ceuws, vwo aays as
, startg to rescue. pour 'Oown under instrument, Martini. DUt nave- neara it's .low waterfalls v big enough i to
by excited oldttmer iboard. drlp, over my- sandals r i Ibeen fixedCars of all sizes go-Spolntbut to a-' tourist tuafble
"Got to get a book' ;i , H i 4e i' ; f lint that wayv I follow v- J down hUL Flood deeper. but rath
if. "hnnl-.1 .,!::.:1J,'t.'-:i--:.- ,.aiilw'.',iBoti.;'-lr1tin,.nnt-i-l 4 MiiMir itntnf nvni i.V ,tnafl lif. 'a t- -...V- ?,,,.
Panama Says Latin America Needs
Liberal U$( Forclg rt Trcdi Policy
:' WASHINGTON, Non 20 (UPI) Vanami called Wthe
United .States, -today to give long-range assurances to' Latin -Americans
that It will fellow, a liberal foreign, trade policy.
Panamanian delegate Julio Huertematte told the "Com "Com-'
' "Com-' mittee of 21" that until such assurances, are forthcoming, tle
i Latin American republic$wiU be unable to formulate positive
programs for their economic development.
; He blamed the fact that America has not yet adopted a
concerted program to fight underdevelopment largely on the
; uncertainty the Latin American countries have about the
- treatment the U.S. will give to their basic exports which con constitute
stitute constitute the main source for development capital.
Firebug Runs Amok In Manhattan,
Starts 7 Fires In Under Two Hours
WWW YflRK. Nov. an (TJPD
An arsonist on a blazing ramp
age apparently set seven fires
In a 30-auare-block area of
East Side Manhattan within
one and one-half hours early
today,, police and, fire marshals
Detectives' from two precincts
and fire marshals' prowled the
area throughout, the night but
were unable to catch; the :pyro-
mamac at worK.
No one was Injured In the
biases, but. four of them caus--'
ed considerable damare. and
they kept five fire companies
goinr at full stream. -The
first fire was found In a
hallway rt"39th Street just east
i ) ., i M i 1 1 1 Wi -ii i. a (iiini r,r 'iuii,'n
- ; i
' John A. Uu Vail. cablespUcer
In the Electrical Division's Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Field' Office, is looking tor
so that ho: .may 'return the eml
ploye's apparently long lost
Roosevelt Medal. -Du
Vail and his helper. Cleve
land Jordan, found the medal
while they were working at. a
transformer house In the Barn-,
ebv Street area.:
The medal bears the name
Philip J. Mclntyre. and the
dates 1911-1913. It Is number
The onl Phjliu 1. Mclntyre
in the Panama Canal's files of
past or present employes was
retired In 1929. He was a refri refrigeration
geration refrigeration plant operator for the
Commissary Division at this
Personnel records Indicate
that Mr .v Mclntire died In
March.' 1941, but do not give
the place of his death or the
whereabouts of vany members of
his family. ,
$20 Balboa Fine
A bus driver, MiguelDiaz, 40,
Panamanian, was sentenced to
ten days in jail by Judge John
E. Demlng at Balboa Magistrate's
Court today for reckless driving
on Tlvoll Avenue.
- He was also ordered to pay a
fine of $15. 'v -vu. v,-
A further' fine of $5 was lm lm-posed
posed lm-posed because 'he had no Canal
Zone windshield sticker on the
four cents each. Conscience! Street I proceed cautiously, 16 1 one truck: driver "going In oppos oppos-pricks
pricks oppos-pricks slightly at having wasted second, down, crown of jroaoVGejt ite V direction. I declines His
money; sum's not great,' -but through, Same at low spot near bumper too high. -r"
principle bad. V Check out book 'distillery.. v j pew cars slacken speed going
on Italy piece ibjf. flctlonr "Tx ; Now comes point of declsioij. through. They make'bow waves,
Memory'', by Joan Grant. ) -1" Shall I turn right at police 'leave swells in wake which slosh
, Hurry out to see first heavy? booth on shorter way to Via Es- against my car, Jostling It about,
drops of shower peltipg across .pafta going past Almacen Mar-1 water is now- over 1 the- floor,
parking tot. Plenty of wind. Walt itlnas, Hasmo and the Lecherla? Muddy and yellow. Battery still
a few seconds ; leap out in lull.! Or would It be smart to gd fur- irorl.' w w
Only sprinkled getting to ear.1 ther out, work my way through ri: ;f "vS ''-'..: 'V'
Turn on windshield wiper and the streets around' the Univer- $k car feels like boai -
settle down for: tough .drive,
home. Rain torrential now Lack i
round caOH?aslns reaching4- to
center or roaqway. uncoming
trucks pay. no attention, pass at
40 mph; throw sheets of muddy
water i against- window of a my
.car. I ve closed window, sit snug.
r 1S,an.-T.ll.MUU truth.,..
vii .tnua'.ouiiuiaii ift4inijr
one car aireaaj stucx near jouij
i:no- or weather strip aiiows rain toj jtnow mere s low spot; near around in. whirlpools. '.Two yel-
of Second Avenue at 12:55 a;
m." At 1:16, the alarm came
from a building on Second Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, between 36th and, 37th
street, and the .blaze spread
through the first floor hall. At
1:28 the alarm came from 34th
Street, again just east of Sec
ond. At 1:45 fire broke out In
a cellar on 33rd Stret. west of
Second Avenue, v
-..The fifth alarm., at 2:09 a.
m., was for another hall fire
n Second Avenue,,between 24th
and 55th StreeUs T I
From there tftfmonfsi ap apparently
parently apparently raced uptown to
Third AvenueJ between 37th
and, 38th, where fire broke
out In a dumbwaiter .at 2:12
" The fest Tamt''-Trrt' a Mil
lar fir on 2nd Avenue between
g7hrf--28th."at -2:29 -k.nl-,
From there. It appeared, the
Olf timer Finds
Cash He Thaiighl
He Lost In Pocket
Everyone -was happy alter an
yesterday when the Pan' Canal
oidttmers lUi the isthmus in
cluding the one who lost his
He was happy, too, because,
with the aid of Canal Zone
Police he found his money
tucked away In the. pocket ,of
a suit which he had packed
deep down, in a suitcase.
He is Otis A. pritcnai-d, 79,
one of the old timers on the
Isthmus for the, Roosevelt Week
events He, was staying at the
Tlvoll and all week had kept
some private papers under his
hat which was lying on the top
ofg the closet In his room. A A-mong
mong A-mong the papers was an en
velope containing six $20 bills
and a cheque for around $300.
His keep-it-under-your hat
policy was prompted by the
philosophy "nobody will look
under .your hat and expect to
However, had he kept it un under
der under his hat he would have
found It yesterday, morning. He
had forgotten putting it In his
suit pocket. Before leaving, he
reported the supposed loss to
.Detectives were waiting, on
the liner Ancon when-, he. ar arrived
rived arrived at the Cristobal docks and
when he followed their advice
and, 1 searched his ; baggage, the
money was found. 1 ?
Big car going through. My carrsl
utue.1 xry,i : ;' ; ', (
Don't. make it. water- much,strlps to;waist; and -tomes to
deeper --than thought. Rising, help. He beelni to hush alone
. Still 5 raining. ( i Flood : getting
worse. Other cars by-pass on
, uvbli liul, 1 .r-
KODOuy oners to pusn except
Money Is Needed
The v Department of Social
Service of the Santo Tomas
Hospital yesterday issued a call
for aid to a Panamanian
mother, age 25. who gave birth
to triplets on Nov. 11.
The woman, Mrs. Aurora
Gonzalez, who is also the moth
er ot seven-year-old boy, has
been separated from her common-law
jaen,. for the last' five months
nas an income, of only $53 a
month.. a,., -! '.:'
She earns $30 working for
the Alberto de St. Malo family,
2;ts $10 monthly fro.it Jaen -arid
her aunt Aurora, who takes
care of her- son, Alfonso, and
takes 'In' washing' which brines
ln about $13 a month.
Out- of this -they pay $16 a
month for rent for a room at
3-15. Central. Avenue,
ThC triplets, two girls and a
bey, ,are being kept in : an In Incubator
cubator Incubator until they gain enough
welKht to wei&h five nouhds
each.' Aurorlta, the first one to
te born, weighed two lbs. 13
ozs.; Mercedlta, who was bora
16' minutes later. weighed .four
lbs, 'two .ozs., and the boy,. Er Ernesto,
nesto, Ernesto, .came 15 minutes, later
weighing three lbs. three -'ozs'.i
' Mrs. Gonzales is still in the
hospital .under special care and
must continue, to have special
medical attention after she is
,Th.Jather 6t the children- Is
an.emiJloye ot the PuWl. Works
Ministry at Bona, Veraguasy antt
probably is- not awkrehathe
is th father ortfipleU T?
.-.The .Department of 'Social
.Sendee hopes.,., that "charitable
organization and Individuals
wilkcome to', the aid ot the
Potter Takes Note
' Gov. E. Potter has: called
attention to a recent proclama proclamation
tion proclamation laued by President Elsen Elsenhower
hower Elsenhower in ; which Thursday, Nov.
"? flesignated as a day of na national
tional national thanksgiving.
- Canal Zone residents, togeth togeth-er
er togeth-er with all United States citl citl-sens
sens citl-sens are encouraged, on this
Thanksgiving Day to give due
expression of thanks for the
?u7SM..w?Ch ftV "iaUzed
pur lot as a nation, and to
Albrook CW Dies
,TheRURhter of Captr and
Sue i?SSh 1vUK
dsv' 1 ths 2f tffe- aied Mon Monday
day Monday after undergoing surgery
SrreatC.0ndlt,on Unl Unl-flty
flty Unl-flty of Minnesota Hospital
Funeral services will be held
next Monday morning at io rn
the Albrook Chapel, and burial
will be In Corozal cemeteryM
Capt. and, Mrs. Marine, .who
had taken the child to the States
for the corrective surgery, are
expected to return to Panama
tomorrow afternoon, Marine is
assigned to Albrook Air Force
' Boughs washed down from the
' hill under the UJS. embassy float
, Men watching :ironi lit trbnt
of Martins' -'place.- Flhally one
1'the ddof telling me to run bat-
tery with car in low I don't un-
I j: . j '
l "He opens door. Book "Far
' 1 i".
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BERLIN, Nov. 20 (UPI) West Berlinirs confronted
by Communist threats to take over this isolated Western
outpost worried today that "the Americans are going;!9
leave.". 'i;'- .' '' t sz.
; The memory of the last blockade Id years ago has
grown dim. It k associated with the thought of victory
brought. abou.bylc)nir. lift ;:
Perhaps a new blockade, too, can be beaten.
The word "blockade" produces great fear in this city
110 miles deep in Communist .territory. But the greater
fear is that the U.S. might abandon the city.
"We can go .through another, blockade but the A A-mericans
mericans A-mericans must not leave' one woman said,Then we will
be swallowed by the Russians. Then we all will have to
flee." fes t
tffithH ayeragCVVest Berliner the issuevcomes down
to that Americans or Russians,
There is talk about foui
power agreements amd their
abrogation, the, meaning of
Potsdanvthe rights of occupa occupation,
tion, occupation, Soviet '. premier Nikita
Khrushchev's speech on 'Berlin.
But all this is tummea, up by
frightened but -determined peo
ple in; two, questions 1Rr wnat
are the-'.'Kusslarut goirtc te dor
Will the Americans stand by
thfe city as .they.prorolse? i
. 'There ds my doubt hre that
the Russians, are-, goin to 'do
something. v c f ..
This campaign against the
city, Berliner feel, is more
than a Soviet, propaganda
campaign and more than a
war of nerves.-.
Khrushchev Said the Rus Russians
sians Russians are going to transfer to
East German Conimunists
control over the West's life lifelines
lines lifelines to the West.
Most people here take his
words and a good deal of the
Communist explanation of what
he meant at face value.
- Threats to the city's routes to
the west were raised by a
"Professor Reintanz," head of
the International Law Institute
at the East- zone's Martin
Luther University in Halle.
. Reintanz. contended the west western
ern western powers were using the air air-corridors
corridors air-corridors over East Germany il
legally for non-military traffic.
writing ui' the East Berlin
newspaper Neue Zeit, he said
the Western Allies must nego negotiate
tiate negotiate with the East German re regime
gime regime to enter West Berlin by
ground or air.
Reintans' statement posed
the., danger the' Communists
might be planning to inter- -fere
, with or restrict traffic
in the three 20-mile wide air
corridors between Berlin and
The Soviets did not challenge
Western use of the corridors
during their 1948-49 blockade
Supplies ferried in by the
Allied air fleets kept the resi
dents of west Benin from star
yation, during the 11 montn
long ground blockade
A warning to the West a-
galnst taking any aggressive
Memory" (looks brand new) fallg
out into spate. He grabs It-Quick
ly.. v : ?-.' :' ,
With- battery and muscle, we
make It to a haven under Mar?
tinzi eaves. An office man comes
out to help dry the Ignition and
try to start car., : ;v
Look back' to see black sedan
stuck 'where' I'd been. : Woman
driver In pink dress steps calmly
out into-knee-high water. Isetta
also stuck. Big bus filled with
kids from Our Lady of t Bethle Bethlehem
hem Bethlehem Schol struggles in the
stream. Kids squeal In happy ex
cltement.' Bus gets through.
Woman in pink dress finds
wrecker. ;Her car li pulled out
dripping from all. four doors
like a retrieving spaniel,
loos.: morercioseiy; ana see
she's Arine Harvey, former socle
ty. editor of The Panama 'Ameri
can, now working at AlbroOk
AFB. We wave over wives, call
actipn agalrist! Communist- Ger
many was sounded by Vincent
Mueller, former-defense minis minister
ter minister in a television- interview.
, 'Mueller said that If the
' West took T aggressive action'
.the Soviet Union, and the n n-.
. n-. tire .Communist' bloe would
come loathe ald of East'Cer ;
-.inanyv i etM v : v 4
Meanwhfls ( to Washlngtori,
the. United 'State accused Rij
'sla''of massive lnterferenee 4lu
German affairs by maintaining
a puppet East? German Commu Communist
nist Communist regime through military -force,
f The State Department blast
ed the Soviet role In East Ger Germany
many Germany in the face of mounting
Communist pressure aimed tat
driving the Western Allies from
divided Berlin.- V
Department spokesman Lh
ecln. White said- the- Kremlin
was .guilty; of "massive Interfere
ence In German;, affairs" be-
cause of "its -efforts to main main-talrtj
talrtj main-talrtj by armed force domina domination
tion domination over a large part of the
At the same time, he re-1
jected as': ridiculous Soviet
charges tha the CS was
Uig West; Germany and -West
Berlins a base (or espionage
against the Soviet: bloc, m
', :'.' .-.a!B
, White said this accusation
made at a Soviet Embassy rjtfcfyg
conference In East Berlin Tues
day, was a "lead-balloon trhlch
appropriately, elnks to the-. bot bottom
tom bottom of the waters it hopesto
r,-- Secretary1 of State John
Foster. Dulles warned at the
outset ef the Soviet campaign
to take ever Red-encircled
West Berlin that this coun country
try country would fight, if necessary,
to hold its position In the
former. German capital. v v-Whlte
Whlte v-Whlte said the new Soviet
charges were not likely to "suc
ceed in- convincing mvnn. v
that the West,-: rather than
nuBs, was guuty of Interfer Interference
ence Interference and subversion In Germa-
back and forth as men work on 'V
cars. -ft- r ... ...s
Hers. gets, fixed first; then
mine, Isetta man fixes his own?
I thank benefactors and drive
off.' again cautiously, engine
coughing now and then.
In home garage, let motor run
(with door open) ta dry out ear.
Sop water-from floor, Take out -packages.
Including book, not so
wet i (v i"i
Remember vibrator in trunk"
on- way to repairmen. It's wet,
but paper sack and carton saved
mechanism. No harm.
Struggle 'upstairs ', with pack-'
ages, including -empty thermos
bottle from office lunch. t,
Place undamaged by squalL.
Blow must nave been from oth
er Way. Feel, like shipwrecked
j mariner reaching land. Dry a-
partment looks H Inviting as' a
ID-palm bland must seem to
castawavs In a UieboaL
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' Everyone on both sides of Fourth of July Avenue should feel
ihat it is his duty and obligation to see that the 1958-59 season
tf the Panama Profesiional Baseball League is a big success in
'i-Every 'child lives, in his own mind, the life of his hero. If
his hero Is a gangster, he tries to think of himself as a big shot
tangster. If his hero is a Mickey Mantle, Hector Lopez, Wh tey
lord or Humberto Rcbinson, he thinks of himself as a big
'BasebaUthe best control possible for juvenile delinquen delinquency
cy delinquency but boys must have someone to look up to. Professional base baseball
ball baseball has given men the opportunity to prove themselves regard regardless
less regardless of where they might have been born. Amateur sports are
not enough' Each boy thinks that he will be able to do what
Hector and Homberto liave done break into the big leagues.
It Is not fair to have a few men or companies risk their
money to bring good baseball to the Isthmus and have others
sit back and think of baseball as entertainment which may be
nad for the purchase of a ticket when and if they should want
to go to the Stadium.
' Baseball is more than entertainment. It can be the salva salvation
tion salvation of hundreds of youths.
j All the civic clubs, labor unions, churches and everyone in interested
terested interested in the welfare" of the young people should get behind
this campaign to insure baseball for the future.
A good slogan might be, "Back a team and save a youth.
' A Loyal Fan
I wrote this poem for Roosevelt Centennial Week:
You were the first of U.S rulers.
To hit these palm-fringe shores;
But the feat that you accomplished
No other can do more.
You have won the heart and goodwill
Of the doughy sons of toil;
The medal that you gave them
Is cheriahed and unspoil.
The superb team you had chosen,
To build this world-fame ditch
They have prove themselves real artist
None ever made an hitch.
You played your role as leader,
In peace as well as war;
In politics or hunting
You prove yourself the star.
Some says you are aggressive,
You are stern and just too bold;
. But tell me what kind of leader
Can be timid dumb and cold?
You win always be Teddy
A man who never fail to stand the test;
Though they style you rough and ready,
But all agree you have done your best.
W. A. Brown
The Fruit man
Z MALT AND
The fnllowlne Is an extract
Jrom Ray T. Stemper, International tales manager of the Miller
twrin r.nmnanv of Milwaukee:
? "I was Interests to note (from your letter) that the wage
urate of the Balboa Brewery is 27
t pay for production employes
is exactly ten times this amount,
T Viave been thlnkin about
ganize colored cooperative to
Since the Chamber of Commerce drew up treaty with the
-ttsa wherebv hundreds of colored Panamanians were thrown
iiit. nf their 'lobs, and thousand
Jlower slashed With the loss of
jio we see? IB! new supermarxets opening ootn in me cuy ana
on the outskirts.
I invite the leaders of the various lodges, societies and so social
cial social clubs to see what can be done about establishing a cooper cooperative
ative cooperative The adventure would be twofold. First, a chance to give
'financial heir to their various
'tor the colored community to hein itself. Instead of letting their
money remain in the various banks to be loaned out on interest
to others who go into business.
The neoole who operate the
twiges In Panania know the
riinwer-while the colored oeonle
no and take our place In the business world! By doing this for
ourselves we will become more respected. The other race helps
'Itself, so why shouldn't we do the same? We have the ability
io prosper in business as much as anyone else.
, Also, If we establish our own businesses we can see to it
'that our own boys and girls can find emoloyment. The super supermarkets
markets supermarkets at present are ooerated by Spaniards, and most of us
-colored people believe rlghtlv or wrongly that there is discrim discrimination
ination discrimination against our race when the supermarkets take on em employes.
ployes. employes. Unless we get wise and do something, in time to come
ha children will be denied jobs in the same manner as we are
bein denied them today in certain establishments.
In closing; I would urge all leaders of colored organizations
. to consider my, suggestion? carefully, and to remember that uni unity
ty unity is strength.
While I arree with G-2 (Mall Box. Nov. 17) that the pro
gramming-on CFN-TV gives out an overall stink, I would like
t ,to know if he is a military listener, for whom the television is
'intended, or Just another civilian griper.
1 If he's non-military, then let him keep his big mouth shut.
He can consider CFN as an extra privilege and if he doesn't like
'"'the programs, let him struggle from his easy chair, set down
hit beer and turn off the darned set. He can take his dlfferen-
tlal nay and go enjoy himself.
& However, the complaints about the Insipid programs are
Justified, but they should go to Army brass who arrange for
'them, not to this column or even to the CFN peons who are
I more or less helpless.i True, they have to depend on the "free"
.programs. I have seen such programs in the States, and they're
"Cf higher caliber than the dull stuff that is shown here.
& If they can't entertain us, how about educating us? Surely
the films jnade by the National Educational Television outfitMn
,"th States could offer some of their study courses. They also
have Jota of programs meant for children.
. Few .Kid I know are fascinated by long-winded dissertations
n the thepry and laboratory studies behind a guided missile.
"We've had rash of them lately. My boys are more apt to
7wtch Lassie and Roy Rogers.
. None of us have to like the local television, but on the oth oth-Ztt
Ztt oth-Ztt hand 'we don't have to watch It either. Let all of us gripers
"pass Our sentiments to our congressmen. Maybe they can melt
ihe Army brut and get ui tome good, even If ancient, TV shows.
from a reply I have receive
cents per nour. ine lowest rate
at the Miller Brewing Company
or $2.70 per hour."
the present opportunity to or
establish businesses of various
of others had their purchasing
C.Z. commissary privileges, what
organizations. Secord. a chance
suDermarkets and other enter
colored community's purchasing
themselves do not. Let us wake
Tirea ur Tripe
By VICTOR RIESEL
If these words drip with acid,
it's more sentiment than style.
For I write of the activities and
whiinseys of Johnny Dios old
friends who may be neglecting io
write to him away up there in
Dannemora s Clinton hnson. iney
are in a unique manufacturing
business they make unions.
Until one of the.r boys got mm mm-sell
sell mm-sell shot to death in a town' out-
sioe New York Citj, they were uo uo-ing
ing uo-ing right well across, tha U.S.
just turning out unions. But ac-
tual count, tney ve proaueea sev several
eral several hundred oi them. They in
fringe no patents.
They just get a small office or j
even a post office box. They print
fancy parchment charter 'tor a
reg.onaJ union. lnen una -out--
fit simply charters new local u;-
nions. Each is given a name that
sounds- as Jrioeh as possible tike
one of the national AFL-CIO orga organizations.;.;.
nizations.;.;. organizations.;.;. I' 1
So you snail- know them, 1
list a few: The American Conledf
eration of Labor; for example.
Note the .pref.x "cosk"
there, are the National union
of Butchers, Drivers, Helpers and
Warehousemen of America, Amal Amalgamated
gamated Amalgamated Metalcraft, Wood Plastic
and Wire Workers of America,
Affiliated Industrial Workers The
International Federation of Labor,
Amalgamated Products Workers,
United Industrial Union, United
Brotherhood of Industrial Work Workers,
ers, Workers, The Aluminum Metal Alloys
and Allied Trades, Amalgamated
Barbers and Beauticians, Amalga
mated Industrial Workers; The
Northeastern Pennsylvania Needle
Workers Assn., The Amalgamated
Textile Union of America, The In
ternational Industrial Workers U U-ruon
ruon U-ruon and the Interstate Industrial
Workers Guild, Inc.
It was an "organizer of this
last outfit, Alfred. Dugan, with
ponce sneet as long as a women-
only hotel rule book who was
shot by an industrialist the other
Typical of the operators of such
masqueraded "unions" is one
Louis Lasky, once devoted friend,
mentor and union partner of John
ny JDio. Brother Lasky has at
least 10 such outfits. He directs
them from headquarters in New
York City and New Jersey.
In each region he uses the
same telephone number same of
fice, same address, same officials.
different names and different let
terheads. Whenever he can. Lasky
affiliates his units to a regional
'office" and he then affiliates
that with something called the
National Independent Union Coun Council.
cil. Council. Its headquarters have been
in. Det Moines, Iowa, for some
One such sectional unit is Las-
ky's '.'Long Island Organizing
Committee Regional Council t,N.
I.U.C." When I spoke to one Don
Mahon, executive secretary of the
National Independent Union Coun
cil, he told me. he had issued
charters to Lasky but that the
NIUC knew nothing of any rack
eteering or ot the activities of Du
gan, the dead man.
The N.I.U.C. has some 300 in
dependent unions affiliated with
it, Mahon told me. It competes
with the AFL-CIO and has been
asking U.S. Secretary of Labor
James Mitchell for equal recogni
tion along with the major labor
organizations. Mahon said he
would come east and look into
the Dugan matter.
He has much to look i )
These masquerading outfits, ior
the most part, simply walk down
a street or a new shopping devel development.
opment. development. They sort out the differ different
ent different types of stores, shops and fac factories.
tories. factories. They then pull out the
proper sounding union name. The
"organizer',' goes in and de demands
mands demands ''union" recognition. He
wants dues and initiation "fees
from the handful of workers in
tne shop, owned by an utterly
They- have moved in on firms
with government defense contracts.
When thejr find a plant which
doesn't fit Into any of their spe special
cial special textile or metal or retail let letterhead
terhead letterhead categories, they simply
pull out credentials from an "a "a-m
m "a-m alga mated" or miscellaneous lo local.
Lasky shows real enterprise. He
hires free lance organizers and
gives them prizes for each mem
ber "signed up." There is a flat
sum of $10 per man. There are
bonus prizes a new car for 350
new members; a washing ma machine
chine machine or'' f drier for 150 members;
a refrigerator or freezer fo 125
members; a TV, a hi-gi or taoe
recorae ior ioo; for 50 members,
you're reduced to portable ra radio
dio radio and for 25 members on a lazy
day, makeup bag for women
and an electric shaver for men.
(This was discovered by the
Assn. of Catholic Trade Unionists.)
And you thought free enterorise
was gone in America.
i T i i i mil! ' j
Walter Winchell In Wen Yorlt
Wait'll you hear "She It Beau
tiful" from Rodgets and hammer hammer-stem's
stem's hammer-stem's "Flower D r u m Song'
Their loveliest ditty since "Some
Enchanted Evening". .The wake
sequence in "The Lsst Hurran"
demonstrates John Ford's genius
as a director. .Despite the bopma
Loren-William Holden marquee-
power, their recent co-starrer,
"The Key."' hat' been a box-plfice
disappointment. .By all means,
get Lena Home s iong piayer,
Give The Lady What She Wants.'
The toDDer is the Way Miss Honey
coos '"Speak" Low". '. . .Variety
thought it was newsy, to report
that "only one ungltte mraot
mcture oDened this weex . .iney
can kid her, but she's a terrific
Girl-mine.. .Playwright Tennes'
See Wiluamt has a fancy way of
describing boredom: .w are u
haunted bv a awful tense of lm
permanence. I have always had a
particular keen sense of thit- at
cocktail parties".. .Ross Parker
of the new French revue, "La
Plume, de- Ma Tante,'-' wrote the
song: "There Will Always Be An
. The Maria. Callas-Mr. BIng tan tan-trumental
trumental tan-trumental stories! summed up:
The trouble is he' a'nfoi'getf
she's a star and he .can t forget
he isn't. .Liz Taylor chest ex expansion
pansion expansion exceeds Brigitte's, Jane's
and Marilyn's. .Debra Paget sat saturates
urates saturates the hem of" her dress with
perfume. .Joanna Barnes, who
brightens ,the "Hbrae (Before
Dark" film, it a brainy beaut. A
Phi Beta Kappa Kutie. . ."The
Pleasure of His Company" (with
Skinner) is the top legit play
ticket-seller. .Presley's record recording
ing recording contract guarantees him $1,-
000 a week for ten years Whether
or not he yodels. .Figger this
out: -Although drama critics de devote
vote devote much space to playwrights
movie scenarists are rarely
mentioned by film reviewers
British monsensors ; d e I 1 1
boudoir scenes in a movie show showing
ing showing a double bed. .A dog's is not
so tough. Actor. Joseph Cotten'j
oooch had its portrait painted
Orson Welles wears nose-falsies.iSome years ago a lark auditioned
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11 Greater in
1J Right of
. 7 Mariner's
' I Indonesian!
( New Zealand
10 Winter vehicle
llOletc acid salt 12 Interprtts
16 Nights (an.) (dial.)
IT Expert 1$ Lasioer
1 Sorrowful 1 Entomology
20 Unity .)
22 Enthuiiaitie 20 Wild m
ardor 21 Frightened
25 Steamer (ab.) 22 Gaelic
26 Milch animals 23 Permits
30 One-fourth of 24 Down with
31 Toward the
32 Male deer
36 Stator (ab.)
46 Golf mound
49 Rehears ;
53 Dread disease
14 Soften In
5f Mental faculty
1 Chief cod of ;
tha tddas y
2 Canvas shelter
3 Hardy heroin
r?p, vmN iqnt' School
-.j'.i-vv. 'i." niarm-Ajtfii, f -- .-
In pictures he often uses putty to
make his Durante appear larger
.Gable must be quite a guy.
Both Ava and Lana chose him 'as
their favorite leading man, TalK
about overdoing a thing, television
now offers 47 hours of westerns
a week. Name one that's different
.Sophia Loren is mad about
ew York. She has taken the loot
cot making "Houseboat to
buV a co-ob apartment oh elegant;
Park Avenue. .Fiv? plays set lor
next season use the mid-west for
locale, ,A movie mag .c'artlessiy
credits Cary Grant with H. ; L.
Mencken!:, "People, seldom re recognize
cognize recognize opportunity, because it
comes disguised as harLwork.'
- Jack- Gould, the TV critic keeps
three sets going at the sae tiine.
Prab'ly hat aix:iyes. J -u "n t
AuMi wik since the I "S64.000'
show faded from ilhc Sabbath nikm
scene ana we nusa u iucmji .bi
lejLsW-it' had a professional, way
afinnt it:.,, .wow cni-cni can wiey
eet?, Hollywood has t dress sty list
who designs special conservative
frocks for divorce hearings. aar aar-rie
rie aar-rie Chase o.'20th's "Mardi Gras'f
scored big on TV with Fred as-
taire. She is now in the tougn
spot of not being able to cash iri
on that overnight success. 20t'H
Cuty-Fox a opt.on on ner
talent before she danced with "As-
taire.- It cost her $12,000 in TV
mnnev she had to turn down.
Kim N o v a k' s contention; "My
career, is important. Love can
wait". .Love never waits it
While ort location the production
cost of 'The Big Country" film
was $35,000 a day. About $4,000 .an
hour. ."Two For The Seesaw"
is making Anne Bancroft health
ier. In the play he drinks a quart
of milk every performance. Pina
Pellicer, a Mexican actress, gets
her Big Break in "One -. Eyed
Jacks.' Her leading 'man is Mar Marlon.
lon. Marlon. .Katie Hepburn believes
that taking a bath helps her think
clearly. .The Encyclopedia Bri
tannics deyotes a separate- article
to Mickey Mouse .Composer
Cole Porter's pooch has the most
, n ti r
elegant name; repin je uipi.
Answer to Previous Puzzle
27 Genus of 43 Paper
tru olivet measure
28 Have on 44 Skjn affliiftlon
29 Vend 46 Year between
35 Western cattle ,12 and 20
36 Rind . 47 Sea eagles
37 Enthusiasm 46 Royal Italian
40 Penetrate family name
41 Worms 50 Frozen water
42 Alms bqx 52 Island (Fr.)
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ifr t r irti u
ff R TV
l-JLJ I I I I I I I I H'
for two na me BandsV.-Both reject
ed her; She thett landed a lob
singing on the radio and was iir iir-ed
ed iir-ed after the first-week. .Radio
must, be doing all right. .New Yorn
hat ten disc-jockeys each earn
aver X50.000 a year.
Judy Holliday refuses to quit
"Bells Are Ringing" despite ag agonizing,
onizing, agonizing, pain from kV wrenched
inuscle. Her fellow troupers adore
her i spunk, especially since it
saves -their. jobs. .Dolores Hart,
who is. so good in "Pleasure of
His company", will break your
heart in "tioneiyhearts ; NBU
touts .Geo. Montgomery .as TV's
newest Western star.v'fhey forget
he i been making. $150,000 a year
for the last decade as .a Holly
wood film, .cowpoke. ;. ; .Isn't any anybody
body anybody hannv on television? Geortre
LGobel is the latest.40 have trouble
ine, b lea son-Godfrey gabfest
on Godfrey U' snow 'wars lively lis
tening. .Guest stars are Pne
when they have talent
Sudt. 1 1-
thawt: ,HpW come. Tarzan never
got poison-iyyVj J ;
' Atlantic Ctty hat "had: it at a
tryout-town for fcroadwSy attract
Hons. The spectators- areoo frigid
or won' turn out. . .Detectives
assigned to the Met Opera House
(30 expensive wigs disappeared)
think iney "were stolen- by tome
Gar Opes fOT drag-par,ties Vic Victor
tor Victor Borge is no Bardot or Monroe,
but he had 16 newspaper -'Interviews
last week and posed for 7
front covers. With his clothes on!
. .The operatic movie, "Tosca",
made abroad, has' Franca Duval
in the title role. She usually sings
arias given to Callat and Tebaldi.
But in "Tosca" Itahan Star Maria
Caniglia dubbed for her. .Juanita
Hall sang ''Bali Hi' in "S o u t h
Pacific," the stage hit, but in the
movie which used ner, but not her
J. Bt Priestley t nie r c i 1 e s s
truth: "Most writers and I am one
of, them are happy only "when
they feel suddenly they have a
wonderful hew idea', nd When
thev write The End and feel thev
have not Hone too" fradiy. The rest
of a writer't -life it a' mournful
mixture, of lonely. ,tou, ; wounded
vanity and vexation' V .In ; Ten
nessee Williams way., "Oroheus
Descnding".- there is this- line :
"Why there'i couplet loathe, and
desnke the sisht. smell and sound
of each other before that round-
trip honeymoon ticket is punched
at both ends' ; .Another writer
commented; "That's writing. Wil
liams is a true noet. He writes
truth as he sees ft. digging it out
of nis own, complex soul. Almost
every exceptional writer has been
under the wheels of his own char
iot and it's hit surviving it and
using the blood of his wounds
to fill his pen that really counts."
So many drama critics have
panned shows that turned out in
be hits that those reviewers are
getting to iook criticulous. .When
Sinatra took Nan Whitney to EJ
Morocco it was Joe E. Lewis who
did- all the dancing with er.
Grace Kelly sent daughter Carol
ines favorite doll to Paris beauty
parlor to have it coiffed in the
latest, ttyle. .Don't invite Joan
Crawford and Carrol Baker to the
tame, party. The elares started
when, Joan criticized new H'wctodi
actresses having T "closed sets
and' "the method" style, which
elevated Baker to th top rungt
. ,uic .iiuiuu (suiaiKnuia ic ic-rn
rn ic-rn ark- "Ssi 1i nsii mttitMa nt
New Y6rk City". ; .Then howcum
tne Mom-and-PopulauoQ of Toledo
it growing? 1
. l A
; WASHINGTON ." An a mazing
story, of how the Borden Compa
ny, a. Eolia'th of '. the, airy indiu indiu-try
try indiu-try allegedly took the taxpayers
to town Aot r about $100,000 in' ;
dried-milk deal it being investigat
ed House Government Oper Operations
ations Operations subcommittee headed, by
Rep. E: H. Fountab North Ca Carolina,
rolina, Carolina, i :
Thit-it the tame -eompany-r ex
posed in that column in 1955 for
participating ln the. now. famous
"cheese deal" wMchT neeted the
Borden, and Kraft 'Companies a
combined profit of over one mil
lion dollars according to House
This wat also charged up to
the unsusoecting taxpayer w 1 1 h
the compliments of the 'Agricul
ture Department, though the Jus Justice
tice Justice Department is now moving
to recover. v
The latest evidence shows that
from Ndvember 1956. until M ate
1957 Borden sold about ...l.OOO.OOU
poundt of -dried 4 milk ; Starlae)
for 16 centt -a pound to 4he Agn
culture DepartmentV Commodity
Credit : Corporation.. It. was ttriefc;
ly a "paper" IransacQon Borden
w para w not ueiivw we
dried milk to tWCCC v y
Shortly i afterward- VTBorden
"bought back" all of the milk it
had sold the government (but
didn't deliver) for 9.37 cents a
pound. This meant a profit of C.tf
cents a pound, or over $65,000.
without .ever moving the product
rrom company- warehouses
But the most amazing part is
yet io come, r or tne past year
Boroen nas oeen telling the tame
qnea milk back to the govern
ment again tor 30.9 v- centt a
pound. An e 1 1 1 ma t ed 300,000
pounar nas actually been deliver
ed to the Army at thit price for
export shipment, enabling Borden
to tracK up another profit in ex
ces of $40,000, tounting freight
charges, :;' r
If you ar dlzy "by this time.
sd are Congressman Fountain and
What it all means is that the
taxpayer! were nicked for $100, $100,-000
000 $100,-000 in bookkeeping thuffle.
Fountain has made no charges of
Hiegauty, but certainly it's a
clear case of official stupidity at
the : Agriculture Department.
RSCIS5ION IS OVIR
According to government econo economists)
mists) economists) the economic outlook which
was black as the face of dol dollar
lar dollar bill last summer, now appears
as green as the other .side.
To over four-miHion- people-ltill
out of work. the recession it defi
nitely not over, nut the econo
mists claim they can, prove other
wise with their charts and cilcu
latort. The turnaround came last
way, wey say, when, the econo
my hit bottom and started aconiz
ingly upward; jikei a 4mB in,,itlow
-P' exjjert disagree as -1 to
whether the final picture of the
recession will appear on their
charts as a sharp "V or a deep
curve, some oeiieve rtne down downward
ward downward plunge' will be-followed by
a swift rise,, already gaining
tpeed, but' most expect the recov recovery
ery recovery to be slow.
With the. manufacturing boom,
however, will come almost cer certain
tain certain price increases. These high higher
er higher prices aren't. expected until
next summer. In a typical recov recovery
ery recovery period, production rises nor normally
mally normally six to nine months ahead
This means eood buvinur' -mmm.
tions should exist for the next few
montns. Bargains should be avail available
able available ,in automobiles (particular (particularly
ly (particularly unsold 1958 mnrietO nH h,..
hold appliances. Better home buys
(under $13,500) should also niwn
up. But with the economy on the
rise ana ousmess. ready to bor
row for expansion, interest rates
win rise and morteaee
will be harder to borrow.
TOUCH TO FIND WORK
most economists also nnit
piuuucuon ana consumption to im
prove faster than job oooortuni-
hes- and salary increases. Those
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service
Also flandling Refrigerated and Chilled Carge ;;
New York Service
"HEREDIA" ; .-
Weekly' sailings of twelve passenger ships to New;
York. New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
, i ,.: and Seattle., Vy,.'.1;
SPECIAL. ROUND TRIF PASSENGER PARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA t 1
To New Jfork and Return W40.00-
To Lot Angeles and San- Francltco and
' Ret nrningrrm Los Angelee ....... IZ70.0
To Seattle, and Return .--.... ,.,.;.. S365.o;
who now noli Jobs are not likely
to be la.d off during .toe remain remainder
der remainder of 1958-57 But for those- out
of work, the outlook if mixerti O
Skilled' end: proieslcar worker
stand a good chance of binding
employment.: Not; many' people-in
this category lost their jobs dur during
ing during the recession, tlthough thete'
were iewi new openings Wun
brighter- prospects, compan'iei
shpiild again invest in programs
that cost money now that cannot
be expected to produce prof it us us-Ul
Ul us-Ul later. .'
The best : job opportunities "will
be found In state and. local go?
ernments, financial organizations,
and terv.ee Industries, f :.:
The future for clerical workers
looks only half bright to the. ex ex-perta.
perta. ex-perta. Many compamea laid off
office nelD when the recession mt
and have learned to operate with
smaller ktaffs. s, '-$
. Other- firms substituted 'lufania-tjcvj-buslness
' machines v fori-maJi
power Beyond ouest on,- machine
have1 permaneritly -replaced inaay
xlerka. ( V t,
For' lemf and unskilled worked',
the news is W The: 'bleak,' at
19 that manafacturing. nrodutUda
lines are tutting' down' even
the actual output goes up. This
can be chalked up to modern
. Worst off are the unemployed
coal t miners of West Virginia,
Pennsylvania, and Kentucky, and
the jobless 'textile workers in New
England. V ;vr --'
Prospects for raises and promo promotions
tions promotions will be slim for months to
come. Company earnings are just
beginning to rise after a long,
lean slump, and management it
eager to-j-ecoverclost. profit
With the exception of highly skill skilled
ed skilled technicians, workers are not
scarce. Individual raises will be
hard to get, and unions will hnd
stiff company, resistance at the
bargaining table. : .'
But -desoite these Toueh soots.
the economists are convinced Ine
U.S. economy has largely weather
ed the 1957-58 recession.
Republicans can claim at least
one .victory in the recent Con
gressional elections. With male
candidates taking one of the wort
beatings in years, the GOP. wom women
en women scored a mild "sweep;!'t elect electing1
ing1 electing1 three new members to the
House of Reoresehtativei.-
As a result.' the new House of
Representatives will include 18
women tstn democrats and eight
Republicans) compared, with lis
(nine Democrats and six Repub Republicans)
licans) Republicans) in the last Congress.
xpe. three GOP newcomers, all
experienced in politics, are:.
Rep. Jessica ("Judv.")' Weis of
Rochester, N.Y., a member of
the executive committee of..;" fte
we. iNaupnai, vompimee ind. for former'
mer' former' president' of the watfonai
Federation of Women's Renublican
Club, Mrs. Weis,. an Eoiscopar
ilan, seconded Tom Dewev's nortwv
ination for president in; imj Shw
is 97 ana tne motner of two daugh
ters and a son. ; ;v
' Rep.' Catherine -t'fttlM Mat' of
Yakima,. Wash., 'an ;attractivei'
44-year-old "brunette, haf been ac active
tive active in real estate, education, ra radio
dio radio and TV advertising, and poll
tier. A former high school teach teacher
er teacher and woman's editor of Statist
KIT at Yakima, '-she served on
the Governor's Safety Council and
wat a member of the Legislature
for -six years. Mrs. May is7 the
mother of two children.
Rep. Edna Oakes Simpson suc
ceeds her late husband, Sid Simp
son, or tne 20tn District of Illi Illinois.
nois. Illinois. She played-an active role in
her husband's career, is the moth
er of two children. l
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Oerk Ralph B; Roberts told new
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HONORED-BY FLYERS Col. Ralph A Jones Jr., commanding
officer, 1st Battle Group, 20th Infantay, receives an honorary mem membership
bership membership in the Buccaneer Flying Club. The presentation was made
by Lt. Col. Julius Kennedy, club president, following the Organ Organization
ization Organization Day parade at Fort Kobbe. Looking on is Ma j. Owen R.
Grogan Jr., S-3 of the battle group. (U.S. Army Photo)
Ike Plans To Do Everything Possible
To Avoid Increased Indebtedness
WASHINGTON,' Nov. 19 (UPI)-
the Labor Department -wants
House -Republiiean leader -.Josepn
Martin Jr. said today that Presi President
dent President Eisenhower will make trem tremendous
endous tremendous efforts to cut spending in
the 1960 fiscal year to avoid any
increased government indebted indebted-Bess.
Bess. indebted-Bess. The Massachusetts congressman
told newsmen after a White House
breakfast that Eisenhower would
"do everything humanly possible"
to avoid asking the Democratic
Congress for an increase in the
public debt eeiling.
,The, Tresldent Is very anxious
more money next year.
The President scheduled confer
ences with Attorney
liam P. Rogers on
partment budget, and witn secret secretary
ary secretary James P, Mitchell on the Lab
or Department's nscai neeai.
Labor Department .sources said
that cabinet agency needs slight slightly
ly slightly more for the new fiscal year
than the $1,207,599,100
ed by Congress for the year end ending
ing ending July l.
One new Labor Department de
mand for funds: establishment of
an office to administer
to save as' much as he can," MarV
tin reported. "He is disturbed a-
passed by the last
bout the integnty of the dollar, He
i want' to make savings and. stay
1 Irithin'th debt limit to prevent a-,
sir further rises m the cost of liv living."
Th legal debt Hmit to 288 bil billion
lion billion dollars on tfiat date, requir requiring
ing requiring the President to submit a bal bal-I
I bal-I anced budget to stay within r the
t u At feast ni inajof "department
pension funds operations. Estimat Estimated
ed Estimated cost of that program is one -mil
The president also set an after afternoon
noon afternoon meetine with Raymond Sauli-
nier. Chairman of the
Economic advisors .William Me Me-Chensney
Chensney Me-Chensney Martin, chairman of the
Federal Reerve Beard of govern governors;
ors; governors; Treasury Secretary Anderson:
and : Donald Paarlberg, personal
economic edvisor to the President.
Subject of the discussion was
the state of 1be nation's economy.
There' hat 4 been dispute in the
past few weeks over how fast me
nation was shaking off the linger
ing effects of the
has slowed sdightly-
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members of Congress 'yesterday
that-making, off with tfie -government's
ty pewrjter s would; not be
considered good tornuv -'.'
, W vvi'V', V 'KV;'J'
H informed the' new members
they .'were welcome tovuse the
typewriters iv :rbutv make sure
they're stuT' in th ?,ffice 'Wnen
the session ends. $:yj,$:.
Roberts' put'out'liis regular -efc
ection-year booklet covering tnis
and other matters of vital inter interest
est interest and has mailed it to 82 mem
bers elected to the House for toe
first time on Nov 4. 1 :f in
It cover i such things ias t'. free
mail and free stationery, which
are available to the memoers memoers-elect
elect memoers-elect at once; free telephone -and
telegraph service, for which the
freshman -. members must wait
until Jan. 3, and the congression
ai pay wiucn is 122,500 -a year.
Nobody : can In recall s when f
member r'af kCnnm-itsi laxt wn
caught making away with apubi
nciyHwnea typewriter. But Kefr
erts 4oesnt leave such matters
to chanced ''-.iV,--. .y
; Inhis 'ho W.bcssal4
they can have sll the office eduip
ment- they rwant,'i including- auto
matic typewriters, provided the
bill -doesn't exceed -$2,500. But he
said the machines will be counted
aiter: the session, and had: better
still be there.
"In no case,' Roberts- warned,
"must they be-taken, eut of the
the Justice De
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DR. OCTAV10 FABREGA IS HONORED
BY FRENCH AMBASSADOR AT LUNCHEON
' Dr. Oetavio Fabrega, president of the National Council of
foreign Relations in Panama, was honored at a luncheon given
yesterday at the Union Club.
The luncheon was given by the Ambassador of France In
Panama Lionel Vasse and Mrs. Vasse.
r Dr. Fabrega received the insignia and diploma of the L.
Won of Honor with the rank of commander, conferred upon
falm by Ambassador Vasse in the name of th French government
4erman Consulate In Colon
He DiMnulhed Visitor
Princess Sigismund of Prussia,
who is enroute to her home in Cos Costa
ta Costa Rica, is the house guest of Mr.
Ferdinand Grebien and family at
Colon Beach. v
Princess Sigismund has been in
Germany on a six-month's visit
with her daughter, the Duchess ot
11 Ceremonial Planned
at Abeu Seed Temple
Announcment of the fall ceremo ceremonial
nial ceremonial of Abou Saad Temple has been
made by Illustrious Potentate
Charles D. Lavalle. The ceremo ceremonial
nial ceremonial is planned for 1 p.m. Satur Saturday
day Saturday at the Ancon Masonic Temple,
and all candidates are instructed
to report there at 10 a.m. Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Following the ceremonial, No Nobles
bles Nobles and their ladies will meet at
the Fort Clayton Officers' Club
for cocktails at 30. The oeremo oeremo-nial
nial oeremo-nial banquet is planned for 7:30.
Music for dancing until' midnight
ill be furnished by Hans Jano Jano-witr,
witr, Jano-witr, organist," and' his' orchestra.
The event is restricted -to Nobels
and their ladies, including any No
bles who might be visiting nere.
Advance reservations are- not ne necessary.
cessary. necessary. Nobles are reminded to wear
ned for the evening of December
6 in the Church of San Cristo Rey.
AftAr the icrfmonv. the Barents
of the bride will entertain at a re
ception at the Tivoli Guest House.
Rainbow Girls Plan
Cristobal Assembly Two, uraer
of Rainbow for Girls, will hold a
tri-assembly with Balboa Assembly
One and Pedro Miguel Assenwiy
Three at the Cristobal Masonic
Temole Saturday evening.
The Cristobal assemDiy, wun
Bonnie Rankin as worthy advirsor,
will be the host assembly, but
wdrk will be exemplified by offic officers
ers officers of the three croups as a unit.
Mickey Walker., worthy advisor of
Pedro Miguel assembly, wiu pre
side during me cermony oi imita imitation,
tion, imitation, and Rochelle Head, worthy
advisor of the Balboa group, will
preside during the closing of the
Miss do Mona To Wed
In Deeombor Nuptials
Announcement has been made in
Panama City of the approaching
marriage of Miss Marta de Mena,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Agustin
4 Mena, to Ricardo Gonzales Jr.,
ton of Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo
The religious ceremony is plan-
A covered-dish dinner will pre
cede the meeting and will be serv serv-ed
ed serv-ed in the banquet hall of the Tern
pie at 6:15 p.m. Mrs. Coryne An
derson is chairman for the dinner.
The meeting is scheduled for
Tr30 p.m. All Rainbow Girls, East Eastern
ern Eastern Stars and Master Masons are
invited to attend.
Mrs. Field Arrives
to Visit Relatives
Mrs. Zonella Bliss Field of San
Fernando Calif., arrived by plane
last week to visit her mother, Mrs
Gerald D. Bliss Sr., her sisters,
Mrs. B. Donald Humphrey of Coco
Solo and Mrs. George A. waler
of Cocoli, and their families.
While enroute to the Isthmus,
Mrs. Field stopped in Guatemala
City to visit Mri and Mrs. Hugh
Cragg, former Atlantic Side rest
Mrs. Field, a former Zonian, is
head nurse at San Frnando Vete Veterans
rans Veterans Hospital and district secret secretary
ary secretary of the California State Nurses
Uc eatice tot kidutiea la this
calvma should bt tiibwiirtad m
tvaa-writtea rem sad emailed
Ike hex aumkat listed daily to
sial and Otherwise at delivered
hand re the office. Netieas at
uirina cannot be aecaated St
The Catholic Daughters of Ame
rica will have a regular meeting
this evening at 7:30 at the Knights
of Columbus Hall in Margarita.
Members are reminded to bring
returns on the turkey raffle.
By MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
The telephone rang just at Jo Jo-sie
sie Jo-sie finished ironing the white col collar
lar collar that belonged to her treasur
ed aack dress. Jt was the special
boy on the-phone.
Settling" herself in the chair be beside
side beside the phone table, Josie start
ed saying things like: . .do
you?. .You know I do. .What?
You didn't believe her, did you?
Why would I tell Delia Anderson
that I d crazy about Ruck Hud
son?. .No, I just think ne s a
good actor. ."
So her mother entered the
kitchen to the smell of scorching
muslin. She became angry. Jerk
ing the iron's plug from it sock
et, she thought she was mad al
the ruin of her new ironing board
cover. But she wasn t.
She was angry at herself for
her failure to make Jose a pro properly
perly properly responsible 15 -year-old child
Had she been unset at the rain
of the cover, she'd have waited
to say to Jose, "I paid $3.59 for
this new ironing board cover.
Pa re ito Civic Council
The. Paraiso Civic Council will
meet this, evening at 7:30 in the
music room of the Paraiso High
School. The report of the "shirt
sleeve conference will be discus discussed,
sed, discussed, and plans made for the
installation of officers.
Air Gels Dirtier
Over US Cities;
You ve burned xL ? So you owe
me -$1.80 right now Jind- the bal
ance from your i next weekJs al
lowance." .?.: ,-? fj-5 M-
.But sne didn't wait. Instead.
pressed by the self-accusation taat
we feel when w fear we tiave
produced an ;' irresponsible child.
she rushed into the hall, told Jo
sie. to oang up, ana launcnea in
to a long declamation on the hope
less luture ot thoughtless girts.
(Continued on Page 6)
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WASHINGTON. "Nov. 20 (UPI)-
The first National -Conference on
Air PplluUpn prepared today to
urge a stepped-up attack against
dirty air over -the nation's ernes.
The. 9Q0, delegates will wind up
their three-day session with rec
ommendations for a long-range
air cleanup.. Tfcey were expected
to call for more action by feder federal,
al, federal, state and local governments,
industry, and individual citizens.
The conference was called by
the U.S. Public Health Service for
the specific purposes of focusing
attention on the air pollution
problem and developing a- 10-year
plan to combat.it..
The delegates were given this
picture of the effects from conta
minated air: a possible cause of
lung cancer, asthma, and other
diseases; and nationwide cost af
17,500,000,000 a year.
Arthur C. Stern, air pollution
research engineer -for- the Public
Health Service, said atmospheric
sampling in recent years snowed
that air wer the nation's cities
U. getting dirtier.
He said city air it live times as
contaminated as that over rural
Sally Butler, legislative director
for he General Federation of
Women's .Clubs .told the confer
ence that American women to
far have shown "an amazing tol tolerance"
erance" tolerance" to dirty air. But she said
this tolerance is bound to wear
thin- as time goes by.
Girls 5, Boys 3
The .stork, at Coco Solo Hos Hospital
pital Hospital took four days off during
the week ending at midnight,
Wednesday, Nov. 12 with three
of the eight babies born during
the week arriving Nov. 7, four
on Nov. P, and only one on Nov.
10. During this period 57 ra-
tlents were admitted and 66
were discharged, according to
the Hospital report.
Parents of the girls are Mr.
and Mrs. Iceius Stewart, of C
lon; Mr, and Mrs. John Har
riett, of- colon; Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney White, of Colon; Mr.
a.-.d Mrs. Joseph Tomllnson, of
Colon; and Mr. and Mr.. John
Wray, of Rainbow City.
nova were oorn to sd5 and
Mrs. Julian Negrete, of France
Field; Mr. and Mrs. Walter
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Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Taylor,
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"the tecret ef that rich favor Buy iome can$ todayl
I heard toe other day about a
group oi mothers whor were ; o
concerted, because there, was no
organized social me lor tneir 10'
to-12-year-olds that they got' to together
gether together and organized a dancing
cluh for 'the kids. :r:l, ;
The 'mothers: were pleased as
punch, over .v the first partya
dance given at a country c I u b.
The .boys looked "so grown up"
and the girls looked like small e e-ditions
ditions e-ditions of their big sisters in their
own uuie eemuormals,
;H ('Br, '.,-s
So now the youngsters o don't
have, to wait until thev ra teen-
There s no use In child psycbo-iagers to go to dances' have
logy experts exhorting us to. be "dates," send corsages, and
lit.; n 1 I : 1. 1 1 1 ...II. I
. hou auu reasonaDie wwara'ionn.
children so long as we suffer
from the belief that we must
make them virtuous.
We can't be either of these
things under such circumstances.
For, with this belief operating in
us, any lie a child tells, any diso disobedience
bedience disobedience or irresponsibility; "be "becomes
comes "becomes our personal moral failure.
No wonder we protest with frus frustration
tration frustration and anger.
Few of us entirety rid ourselves
of this belief that we have com committed
mitted committed children's mistakes, But
we' can becdme' aware of it as a
deep problem and the source, of
much of our anger at them.
The poet ) Kahlil Gibran has
sung eloquently of the face of
lov$ that can remain separate:
"Love one another," he writes,
''but do not make a bond of love.
Give your pearls but not into
each other's keeping.' And stand
together yet not too near togeth together.
er. together. For the pillars of the temple
stand apart. And the oak tree and
the cypress grow not in each oth
er s shadow.-'
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Supermarket, and all local commissaries.
aMid ssMotfi avel
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Ur older bokles.
Meats are lldl
SttSJI woiemi . aatw
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trai. The horse
bee Sape b easy
far baby to held.
h4our Ithlng, tarty
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Junior doesn't have to put oil
pushing a girl around a : dance
floor and Sis tan start right in
worrying about what to wear Aa
the next dance, how to have her
hair done in a special way. how
to avoid dancing .with the boy
with the most wayward feet, ;
. Why in the. world ,, many
mothers- today can't wait for their
children to grow up naturally is
beyond me. But a lot of them
Can't. ,;: r
They, keen mishina and eontrlv-
ing and managing to make. their
children leave childhood behind,
when they should-be allowed to
grow up when they want to.
And when they i somehow man manage
age manage to get little girls interested
in permanent waves instead of
dolls,-and persuade little boysr to
dance with girls instead of rough
housing with each other, the
mothers are. so pleased with
They're pleased, that is, until
they see their kids when they
are 16 years old and getting mar married
ried married just, because marriage is the
only adult pastime they haven't
"They look so cute," says the
mother who push their children
into, experiences they arerf't old
enough to want on their own.
They don't look cute. They just
look pathetic to anyone who val values
ues values childhood and sees no sense
in rushing children through it.
!n Missile Field
PARIS (UPI) Maj Gen. John
B, Medaris, the U. S. Army's top
missile expert, said today that
Western capabilities In the mis missiles
siles missiles field are on a par with those
I Medaris, commander of the
Army's Ballistic Missile Ageney,
told newsmen at the NATO par parliamentarians
liamentarians parliamentarians meeting here that
ithe basic problem for the West
is to determine the best use for
its resources in order to get the
The American -general spoke to
a press conference after he ad addressed
dressed addressed a closed meeting.
"We are working towards our
needs, which are not the same as
the needs of the opposition," he
said. "We therefore exert our ef
forts on. the basis of our needs
rather than on a direct compari comparison
son comparison with the forces of the opposition."
Medaris confirmed that the
command responsible for missiles
such as Thor and Jupiter was
working on a 15-minute alert sys
tern. He gave assurance that the
United States would perfect an
intercontinental ballistics misile
and expressed confidence that an
American rocket eventually would
hit the moon.
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Ernie Kdvacss oerform'ance in
the Doris Day film, '.'The Jane
From Maine." is such a wiioiy ac
curate take-off on the personality
of the late Harry Cohn that Co
lumbia Pictures executives got
quite a turn when the rushes were
shown.' .The latest Debbie Rey
nolds note is calculated to get her
more sympathy; She's laid to be
planning to take two-year-old Todd
Emmanuel to ? Philadelphia to
meet his paternal r grandparents,
while his daddy plans the marital
adventure with Liz Taylor. Back
ers of Peter Townsend's docu documentary
mentary documentary film : have just about
stripped princess Margaret's darl
ing of any further responsibilities
in connection with the travelogue.
A New York screen executive just
Dacx irom uurope says rownsena
was told, in effect, "You go sit in
a corner and five out interviews
while we make the picture..".
Kaiph Meeker's mends have the
impression that English actress
Ann ueirn is his fiancee. .Hold
into your hats, cats. Guy Lombar-
no is aoout to. record a session ot
cha-cha musk.-(But don't worry:
he'll make 'em sound like waltzes-)
Sherrv Britton. ciirrAntlw In the
cast of "Drink to Me Oply" has
Been ailing. An unknown lass,
Leona Moric, went on for her and
registered well with the audienc audiences.
es. audiences. .That tall "Hawaiian" chap
who greets you st the Luau 400 is
a boy from Brooklyn named Da
vid Feld who doubles as a fight
referee at Madison Square Gard
en. Dmitri Mitropolous and bul bullet
let bullet critic Trudi Goth attended the
closing performance of the Gian Gian-Carlo
Carlo Gian-Carlo Menotti work, "Maria Golo Golo-vin,"
vin," Golo-vin," and when it was over the
great conductor said he was so
depressed he couldn't so home, so
they for a Times Square movie
and sat through a show of "The
Blob". .The Federal Trade
Commission is locking horns with
a big cosmetic outfit over claims
that a product can turn naturally
straight, hair Into curly hair. FCC
says no, the company says yes. It
should be fairly easy to prove.
"The Girl in My Office." one or
the new tunes in Julius LaRosa s
first Roulette LP is the work of
a fellow crooner, Tommy Leonet-
0. .Ed migemeier, the chap woo
started the "Dotto" scandal is
looking for a press agent, but so
far hasn't found any reputable
flack who will represent him. '.
Quote from Van Johnson: "Deep
down I'd rather be running a
hamburger stand at. Cap d Antibes
I, SP-s BiS
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everybody will be de- f
jti'jMls'iialaBg';pictoe:v? "(Q'''iii i
quesuon: .what pictures?) ? 4
Nobel prize-winner Albert Camus
is reading all of Erskine Cald
well's tomes, with the intention, of
adapting one for the Paris stage.
Mickey Mantle played the com.
Diet ffentleman at h KniiniltshU
t the other. night-he 4 was i, toting
iu:p neavy pacxage ne woman I
let the hat check girls lift.it, even
together; he insisted on boosting it
up on the shelf himself. The box
comaineo sx Dowung balls. v
' Get lOmMin -ills kaclr 'tmm
England to tell -you aU about the
new dailce .that's creating such a
sensation over there 'the Kwela.'
Sexy and trouble-making, to put it
mildly. .A big labor problem is
PlaEUinE ntu. fit Ttrnailurav'a
famous restaurants. .Someone
"leaked", the information that
Carry Grant had been signed to
ar in van f oreman's "The Guns
of Navarro,' Not true at all. Fore Foreman
man Foreman hain't itmri m alnsU fnn.
tract for the $8,000,000 film.,
aiiiBica, more wan a year old,
lust aid off its haVr nrf..
Dee and James Darren pi a y
young lovers ihGidget,"but ttey
don't even play, friends, off .-came-
Orrv-Keliv had a hall with'Pn.
salind RusseU's w a r.d r e b e for
"Auntie Mame" -rhe created U
costume changes, from splangled
Zouave get-Up tq garden-party or organdy,
gandy, organdy, .all with headdresses and
hairdos to match. .Sad note: One
of the nation's, top jazz trumpeters
is back at Lexington for the cure.
A Donular TV hr urnt a hit Ian
far with the gunfire in. his private
life took a shot at a pretty star starlet
let starlet visiting his home and was re-
siriunea ay anouer cnap just -in
time, while his aim was still bad.
Patrice Munsei has postponed
all TV and opera apperances until
late Dteemhcr an tha rtvi tf
doctors. She's fine, but the new
oaoy may need; an emergency
operation at any time. .Although
Sandv Sfntt it now tha hriHa nf
Canadian Sol Silver, she plans to
continue witn her career. Her first
movie ("Prescription For Murd Murder."
er." Murder." made in Lnnrinn) in saw tnui-.
ing the neighborhood : houses. ;.
une or ine Key ngures in me te television
levision television quiz show investigation
has Bast he'i nrnhahlv hnntrrtf
to keep secret. He used to work
ior an ouuii mai proviaea prizes
for quiz shows on a payola basis.
He was a "telephone pitchman"
for the firm. Art may be triumph
ing over You-&now-What after all.
Shirley Booth's name is being bil-
ImI nvar Rrioltt RsrHnt'i In-itnita
a lew oouDie-iesrure paiaces.
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6e6e(;E:H, RODERICK (center), assistant Secretary of the Army of the United States and chairman of "the Iroard of directors ;f
i M HWIWIMW ,yvwiwi(""- Y . - 7
th Panama Canal, preients. remittances representing two sewing machines, agricultural, carpentry and recreation equipment on
lialf of CARE to-the community of Alcaldediaz. The machines were donated by the National Credit Union Association of the Unil
States4Jiroiiri CABE.? The recipients, the Pro-Cultural and Progress Committee, will use the equipement to develop various activities
carried' on in the community, Pictured, above from left to right are: Nicanor Franco, vice-president of the committee; Mrs. Georgina
Young of the immunity Development Section; Miss Elsa Valdes, director of Social Welfare; Hay Gordon,Toint rV:community;devel-;
pnVejjt' ayisorrJohh Edmbndson,' acting mission chief, of CARE; Roderick; ex-Mayor Jilauricio Diax (second from "extreme right)
' founder ef the town, and members and children of the community. : i :' ..
Air Contribute Tolancer
Public Health Heads Tell Conference
WASHINGTON (UPI),' The
chief, ofib U.S., Public Health
Serviee-iaii ..yesterday there is
mounting circumstantial evidence
that 'polluted -air i cause of
lun eanceri J He..aid it also may
contribute- to higher death rates
fromiother; diseases:1 v
Hit ficial,:. Surgeon General
Leroy K Burney, told a national
conference on: air pollution tbat
prompt stepsmust be taken .-.tp
ri09.nc the air we breathe.- Air
though the effort "wUl cost big
r 1 f n. ...till
moneys ne saia. : j
niy:Chaun"ee'v D.Leake assist
ant dean of 4tte Ohio State Univer Univer-mita
mita Univer-mita J!hno!t iMedkine said Air
pollution from auW exhausts is as1
muich to Kame' as cigareties ior
increasing lung cancer.
TiaVpi 6Dresentme the Amerl-
Qfc Association for 'the Adance:
mnt,of Sciencesaia me increase
inlr inoUutton-also is making the
eVhttejv;:;; '. "':
or.Hnoi mfiltirie of the huge
polar keycaps, and the gradual
rise of our: oceans, drowmng, eut
Leake, Jurney, and Mother sipeak
era xalled on some 1,000 scientific
expeHs and civic leaders attcnd attcnd-ine
ine attcnd-ine the "sessions to explore me.h-
oos nor reuucuig (ivu-., s
Burney said it would cause un unnecessary
necessary unnecessary suffering to wait for
absolute proof of a relationship
between air pollution .and lung
'W know. 'that lung cancer
death rates in the largest cities
are twice as .high as those In non non-urhan
urhan non-urhan areas, he.saidThe case
has not yet been proved,. ,but the
' weight of circumstantial evidence
grows heavier as research pro progresses?"
gresses?" progresses?" rr X, v
dancer-producing' agents "are in
tn air We Dreatne," ne sam,
and cascej!s can be produced in
animals by using concentrates, of
city smokes.; w f -,,
Burney saW jitudies' lsp" show
that cities with heaviest pollution
loads "tend to rank high in death
rates for a number c diseases."-
Infant Son Given
. The three-day meeting,; which
opened yesterday, was called .'by
Burney to get expert opinions on
now to prevent a contaminauon.
Tne conterence was aimea i
awakenine interest in the air pol
lution problem whicJi costs the
public "an estimated $i,500,000,000
to $4,000,000,000 year, not count count-ins:
ins: count-ins: damaee to : healthiThe hope
is to develop a 10-yea.r plan to
cope ',: with air poluuon wmcn
Burney called "an unwanted by
product of progress.
Aside from the effects of pollu-
tinn am kAnlfk T Aolfa. sol A tViara
is ?a vtremendqus increase in the
blanket of carbon dioxide we are
throwing.rjibovfii8 winch wuliB
evitabiy tend to increase neat cap
ttir frAm the "iih ?
He suggested, reducing this
blanket by "extensive planting of
,tweeS and vother-plant life to ; ab absorb
sorb absorb the gas along city streets.
','Maybe 10 trees planted foi' every
automobile with -100 lor every
truck would he'ip," he said. -Leake
said about half of air pol pollution
lution pollution is traceable to automobile
' Sen." Thomas H. Kuchel (R
Calif. said he -nlanned to intro
duce .legislation next year aimed
at extending and possibly broad broadening
ening broadening the federal air pollution con
trol urogram, i xnis program
calling for federal studies and re
search on causes .and, control of
air poUution," is due to expire July
Kuchel. who is in Europe, said
in a speech read by an aide that
cities may also, have to fight
smog witn "air xoning" laws for
industries and autos.
BOSTdi (UPI) A sailor ab
ducted three : shipmates at gun
point from their, ship early toaay,
shot ana wounaea one ui mem
- f IaH tn Prnvidp.nce.
R.I., where he was captured less
than four hours later.
' Macmnists iMaie uireman Ay Ay-mond
mond Ay-mond J.. Lizotte, 22, of Pop ar,
Mnnt nrtearert- on the Quarter'
deck of the radar picket bot USS
Investigator with a .22 caliber
pisto. ' ,
Atomic Oxygen May Propel
Proposed Air Force Missile
'WASHINGTON. Nov. 18 (UPIW
The Air Force disclosed that it
is working on a missile which
would fly on fuel scooped from
the atmosphere. It would be pro propelled
pelled propelled by atomic oxygen.
xue service reieasea a report,
made Available to science and in
dustry, which detailed results of
ias7 researcn into tne feasibility
of such a missile. Called the
Hare, it would fly about 900 miles
an hour et an altitude of about
The Air, Force disclosure came
as the Navy unveiled three new
research rockets which it plans
to use in connection with develop development
ment development f the' Polaris l500-mile
range ballistic missile;
' simultaneously- tne Army as
signed two major atomic missile
forces to duty with the Strategic
Army Corps (STRAC), a new
global trouble-shooting force. The
forces are the third STRAC mis
sue command at Fort Bragg,
N.C., and the second command at
Fort Hood. Tex.
' The fuel for the Ah Force's
Hare missile would be f oxygen
woicn naa Deen Droxen down b
ultraviolet radiation into Individ
The nermal oxygen molecule
consists of two atoms. When they
are separated they have a power powerful
ful powerful urge to recombine into mole molecular
cular molecular form with great release, of
energy; At 'altitudes where they
exist, however, the atoms need
catalytic agent to apeed their
recombination. ; r.
The atmosphere would .be
scooped ; into the rocket, heated
as oxygen atoms reconrmned on
the .catalytic surface provided for
mat purpose, ana men rusn out
tne tail; owing tne missUe.;for missUe.;for-ward.
ward. missUe.;for-ward. ' t
, . ; "... .. ,- tj, y.
The Air Force- resort nld xold
was the most promising catalytic
agent. Aluminum ana mica were
suggested as materials to be. used
in construction oc tne: rocxev i
i :. ... : ....... r ; i.
The Navy's tiiree new ? eseatfh II -4
rocxeis ior tne roians prorrpm
are the Arcon, : the Iris, and the
Areas. : ... ,.
The Arcon. which already hat
been '. fired successfully, is -de'
signed to carry. 40 poundf ln
struments to a height of 70 -miles
or "10 pounds to 100 miles.. Jt is
expected to help scientists predict
the type of 1 vibrations which; the
Polaris -Will .encounter ut, lygnt,
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; WASHlNdTON (UP1) Presl Presl-i
i Presl-i dent Eisenhower today rewarded
thwfflant son of one of the early
faWen heroes of the suoersonic
- age Jy a'xmg .whoever is presi presi-'denT'in
'denT'in presi-'denT'in M72 to appoint the baby
to the t Force Acsdemy when
' h raaMin fhp richt a&e. '.
' Eisenhower presehtwl a copy of
kit Iplter'to the wesident o 1072
tn, Mrs. .Iveit' C Kinche'oe, 3fr
attflietive' young widow, ot an -w,
Farrv ttfotain who died in July
fmm,lniunWf received in -Resting
the F104. ; .
- Thn hief executive followed 1
precandent et shortly after Pearl
Hsrboi"by ; the eL Pre'Wnt
KAh!ftV1t:3 Aoosevelt addressed : a
leRtheno the sPresiden o'
3M8, asking apointment to ,W?st
Point for .the son' or one 01 Amer America
ica America first World War heroes,
Cat. Colfii P. Kellev Jr.
4 Thir: Roosevelt remiest to Pres-
Mnt 1 l?inhowef is now -hre
ihe chief executive.- Young Kelly
Is 11 vea old. ; j-
, White Houfe Press secretary
'inMes C Hueertv d T'Nfnhew-
I erflvreadv to honor thj JRoosevelt,
?nmfk-.9W' Mrs.-.:, WVwn-'Ffil
? In -Tii, cieuen; 1 w v 1 ,.
U dec We .whether t accept the West
, JoJnrwptw'ent;'i''si.i kWMc
: 1. lym C; K'-'cheloe III. now, 19V4
. month old- "IlVeli with his mothe
Xi f Jnn ier,s. Pennine, t .ufxiana,
He accosted two seamen return-
from liberty and a n o t h e r
crewman, the Wavy saw, anq
forced them ashore at gunpoint.
He theft ordered two of thm into
an automobile f
The three hostages were identi
fied,., a Jack-M Ryan, Ronald
Hick, 49, 'of .Atlanta, ua., ana
TT h, Thompson- Hicks was snot
in.'ih rlht lower 'law. naval au
thorities said, when he refused to
WA Dis' car-aown a one. way
street; Botnt nostages vwere men
forced 'from the car.
Hicks- was, 'reported recovering
aftef4 mgtiy ,t Chelsea ,Nval
Hos.p1ial.-1 M 1 t t
laoe- -4hn 1 drov? to Provl Provl-Ann
Ann Provl-Ann 45 thi'e! away; ,the Navy
said,' broke fntjo the home of Ed Edmund
mund Edmund J, Duta,; 24, and stole
Dutra'l pants and coat
,Dutra quoted Lizotte as saying,
"I want your coat and "your pants.
I need them. I stole a car-, and
(hot a man. Do as you are told
and I won t nurt anyDaay else."
Lizrotle wag picked up by po
Hce in downtown; Providence af fer
nesins .uunrrs -nome, i ; .
Thompson;' i 'messengef rot the
watch, wa x ordered off .hf Inves
tigatof ; with the 1 other two but
broke away before ; they were
forded IntoHieks' car.' Lizotte let
Hicks and Ry an out after shoot
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ate upoen js. icnaras, squaa leaaer, insirucu company L oi tne JJaiDot ROTC on the weapons
Battle GrouD. 20th Infantry, under
of the weapons auad snd their use.
(Photo: Bill Kirklind)
STUART R. PLUMER, of Bos Boston,
ton, Boston, Massachusetts, son of Mrs.
Helen S. Plumer of Diablo
Heights, was recently admitted
to the practice of law in Mas Mas-aachusetts,
aachusetts, Mas-aachusetts, Plumer, who at attended
tended attended Bajboa High School,
was graduated from Bbston
University School of Law in
June. He la presently engaged
in the general practice of law
in Boston, -with the tlrm of
Reiser and Rodman.
Aga Khan's Widow
CAIRO (UPI)-A Saudi Arabian
spokesman denied yesterday a
Negro bodyguard for one of
p-inc Abdullah Al Feisal's young
sons had attacked the widow of
the Aga Khan III.
The spokesman for the Saudi
Arabian prince said the incident
in a Cairo hotel room late Mon Monday
day Monday night was all a mistake.
'"There wa 1 no attack and no
violence whatsoever," the spokes spokesman
man spokesman uld.
(The Aga's widow, the Begum,
arrived in Nice Tuesday night
for a vacation. She told of how
she fought off the bodyguard who
blundered into her hotel room
and attacked her in the mistaken
belief she had kidnaped the young
prince left in his charge. The Be Begum
gum Begum displayed face and neck
scratches and raises on her
(The Begum laid she decided
not to complain officiary because
a Saudi Arabian official had apol apologist;.
ogist;. apologist;. She blamed the hotel for
the Ineldeatr saying that a hotel
emiMsre b 14 th "illiterate"
bodyguard te the wrong room by
The Saudi Arabian spokesman
confirmed til bodyguard had
been led Into the wrong room by
a hotel servant with a duplicate
Al Princeton U.
WnTTWwWiKT T Wnv' SO
(UPI) A ranking Soviet educator
.tt..A NaViaI nriT.-winnina nov-
eltst Boris Pasternak last night
as "of the lowest oraer pin pin-losopher,"
losopher," pin-losopher," and said his mammoth
i n,- vkiv.tfn" mi "weak.
ti.i t Mai-Vnfpvirh. editor of
the official Soviet Pedagogical
Encyclopedia,- tow a FP
Princeton university siuaema uii
'Ht t nnssible to be a good artist
and a bad philospher.
uB.tavnab il not among OUT
great writers, and he. is o the
lowest order i ii ptHloiopher,'
ii(.-br.ui.h addd. HA said Pas-
temak'i lyrical poems j wiltten
A.iia hia "r1v neriod" were
of "mucn oower quawvy man
He added! myself read Dr.
Vhtvasn T Wll dftenlv dillSDOint-
ed as a lover of literature. U is
weak from a literary nanapoini,
At. a. .-. .U. 1 Al m
and as :or we context, wi
torted evrror in which he has
shown the October um) wevoiu.
tion, rather outraged me."
- Pasternak renounced the pnie
after the award was made in
Stockholm. Sweden, although at
Hrti ha had tahld accentance.
The work and Pasternak have
been bitterly oenoucneo y soviet
Roland E. Waul
A requiem msti for the repose
of the soul of the late Roland E.
Waul, who died here last week,
will be held Saturday morning at
7 o'clock in the. Church of Nues Nues-tra
tra Nues-tra Sefiora de Eduviglt in subur suburban
ban suburban Bethanla.
Mr. Waul, a well-known Pana Panama
ma Panama accountant before his retire retirement
ment retirement several years ago, is sur survived
vived survived by his children: llenald
(Bunny); Mrs. Haael White, of
Vi$ta Hermes; Mrs. Carmen
Waul Scotta U.S. resident now
visiting in Panama, and Rolando,
Mrs. Cecilia Waul Harry
and Mrs. Christine Waul Harry,
(all residents of the United
States) in addition to It grand grandchildren.
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Itvltalli' W Wmr
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kldiiaya to clean out acids and poinon poinon-on.
on. poinon-on. waalaa from blood, I. Koolh.a 1
5na tali", trntat.a tiHue, Tin nrat
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tating Irritating (.rmt, One that food raaulta
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ed faced with tha prospect of getting rid
K two losers on oiuy q wiau.1.
A squeeze was clearly indicated
nH Smith nw that tnere wss a
ureflra one if Eaat would hold
at many s four diamonds. In that
case West would guard clubs end
! Hlamnnrii. hut fin one Would
be able to guard heart. The only
mixtion was tne tinuns oi m
Smith' onchari hia thra trumDl
and the ace of clubs, discarding
IWO aiamunai aou a iinu uuiu
dummy. West let a diamond and
turn fluha sn anH East, who had
already made two discards,; Wl
forced to go oown io. ;wo nearis
.In nrriar: to kan three diamond.
Mnw Smith'. IpH dimnnd to dum
my's king and came back to his
nana witn we ace. jnia squeezed
Wast out of hii heart stoiroer since
he could not let the club go, where
upon dummy's three hearts were
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Plumber, His Wife
4 llevborn Babies
ROTTERDAM. Tha Netherlands
(UPIKA plumber add hit wife,
good parents, wer i r r i f t a a
yeaieroay i on cnargei ox inut
dering four of theirnewborn ba
. hia. hiicaus thev were unwanted
, The couple"; Gerrit C. Schaeffer,
S6, ;ind i hii Gerittan-born wife,
I4na, 39; parents i of ; si Hiving
KklMfati jinnfaiiad to tha killifit
ver the pst seven ar, when
polic louM the body' of i days days-eld
eld days-eld Infant and the, skeletons of
three other babies ia the at(ie of
their suburban home.
. Neiehbora said the Schaeffetl
, were good fe their sit. children children-aged
aged children-aged f to 13 and seemed to like
ehiWren ;1 ienernl,. Schaefier
even ws4 secretary or tne cnn
dren's Playground .Assn. In : his
eustwct. jPoucei ssia.
. AccOrdlnr to' nolice. the Sohaef
fers decided after the sixth child
war Porn tnat tne tamwy. was
larce: enounn. wnen jnrt.. acoaei-
ier necame pregnant zor me sev
enth ome in issj. tney aeciiea io
nil ma didv at aoon as it was
porn, pouce tam, j u
More babies were oorh In 1B52
nd 1954. Schaeffer stranded both
and hid their bodie in clo'h
sacks alongMslth the? 1931 babv in
the attic. Police said evarvth'na
wis done inside the Schaeffer
liome with no outside heln and
the couple 'apparently troused, no
suspicions, .. t , .,.
Mom Utn Mexana On Me I
x Mexena breverited diaper rath In over
0S reetpliti cttet iHtadl Ne er4k
. feary ppwdr, ift mtdictiwJ, tfillsaptic,
V $ Uerbnt eonuiarcb hue. Clings
. ;t atoae, ortvaait t ath, abafe, ioe
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Mrs. Charles Humnvir .: a
Is Visiting Here
Airs. Cannes Hummer, ae
comoanled by her granddaughter,
Joanne Hummer, arrived last even evening
ing evening from St. Petersburg!), Fla, She
plans 10 visit .here about v two
weeks her sons, vharies W. nam
mer and Joseph u Hummer and
their families in Balboa. v
Mitt Zarata T Be Feted"
At Brlthday P4rtv
miss tana isaia zaraia wiu ne
guest of honor tomorrow evening
at a party celebrating her fit
Kr. and Mrs.- Manuel F. Zarate
her parents, will, be hosts at let
Hvuies tomorrow tvenini irom
I p.m. to midnight at the. Athe-
neum of sciencet and Arts in Fa
namar City, v , s
As Russians. Enter
NEW YORK (UPI) A Polish
refugee woman who spent four
years in wan concentration camps
and IS. years in Russian-occupied
Poland screamed hysterically
when she arrived in New York
and found herself in the midst of
group oi visiting Russian.
"They followed us here!" she
kried, "Help us! Don't let them
t.V V..AV 1
The outburst marred the joyful
reunion of the woman, Mrs, Mar Marsh
sh Marsh Bierenbaum, and her hus husband,'
band,' husband,' Eli, 7, with her brother,
Bernard Kill. So, and her 'Sister
Mrs- Anna Gershori 60, who met
the Bierenbaumi at Wlewild air airport
port airport ;-
The Blerenbi'ums escaped death
at the handt of the ,Nais by hid hiding
ing hiding with friends Jij iMO but later
were captured -and spent fou)
yeara in i ; concentration drop.
After the war they found life, under-
the Russians no ipiprova.
When theT' stepped off their
KLM airliner from Warsaw 4he
Bierenbaum found themselves in
the-midst of IS Russian film ap ap-torsj'
torsj' ap-torsj' producers and writer
An airline official tried to ex ex-plain
plain ex-plain the situation o the appre apprehensive
hensive apprehensive Mrs. Bierenbaum but
when a Russian picked up her
bag by mistake she began Kream-
She finally fainted and a doctor
wsa-vunummedn to- revive fler.
When she recovered and asw her
brother she was reassured:
"Yea. we will be safe here,"
in mum H"!jtJ.r'f 'l)""-!J
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DESPEDIDA Lt. Robert O. Ferrell was guest of honor at a farewell party given at the Tivoli Ouest House by friends who work worked
ed worked with him in the Engineering Offices of the Panami Canal Company. The party preceded U. Ferrell departure from the
lathmus for California, where he has been transferred.
Despite Barbs By Gomulka, US Readyord Altrincham. Jlron Suppresses
I. kl ... ... jSays He Has Found Pro-West Daily
10 DlSCUSS New Aid For Polish Govt (The Right Girl .For Nasser Slap
WASHINGTON. Nov. 20 (UPD
tne umiea aiaiea is reaay io ae-
s United States is ready to he- conomlc shots-ln-the-arm. The last of Queen Elisabeth, sid? yeater- lean and anti-Soviet morning news news-talks
talks news-talks on new economic aid aales and credit agreement, total- day he had found the right girl paper Firman was suppressed by
Poland despite Polish Com mulling 98 million dollars, was sign- and planned to mrry her. the government yesterday for "in-
t boss Wladyslaw omulka's ed Feb. 1J. It included sale of 73 The peer, who stirred a contro- suiting a foreign head of state."
recent criticisms of thic country,
it was learned today
The U.S. government is convinc
ed Gomulka still adheres to his
course of semi-independence from
Moscow despite his sharp barbs.
American, officials said Poland
recently .? asked .for more help,
mi.. ji' j p..... j. : u i-ii
The United States 'soon will tell
the Polish government it is pre-
pared to talk the matter over and
see what can be done.- yt
Jacob D. Beam, U.S. Ambassa Ambassador
dor Ambassador tt) Poland, completed consul
tations at the State Department
and left here yesterday for his
post at Warsaw.
On his return Beam also was
prepared to resume negotiations
with- Wang Ping-nan,. Red China's
envoy in Warsaw, on the Formo Formosa
sa Formosa straits dispute. The Beam-
Wang talks were recessed so
Beam -could consult with state
Department officials. They are
scheduled to resume Tuesday.
The' United, States already has
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The united Mates gramea me
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Polish independence from Moscow
leadership. This was decided on
after an uprising in October, 19o6,
brought Gomulka to power as
Communist chief, hi Poland.
OFFERS HOME TO FRENCH
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MELBOURNE, sfraha (UPI) sorrv yeSterday they decided to
Dame Mabel Brokes, Austral- A '
rSS FSoveSf SW.ff.rSdbMJ
lived while. in eHile on the Island S"rltg,eBg.2fwl
of St. Helena. She said she bought
the house, known as "The PavU-i
ion," and the adjacent house,
"The Briars," where her grand-;
father lived when sue learned
they were to be demolished.
Now you can afford to five- the pleas.
ure of high fidelity; TKo V-M Model T
LONDON (UPI Lord A tr nc.'
ham. 34. much oubliciied pritle
oi yueu jujittDem, sajo. yesier-
vdrsy by saying the Queen lacked
personauty and made speeches
nKe a scnooi gin, said ne would
wed. Marian Campbell, 27, of Bel
tast, Nortnern Ireland, some time
Jliss Campbell works for one of
several maeazines owned hv hr
groom -to-be J-AUriflcham described
her as "pretty, with fair" hair, and'
of slim, medium build.'.
Cf If BRANTS FINED
GLAMORGAN, Wales (UPI)
NcttMfS la a ratUltraA
trad mark ta daal
NaitU's liMUnt coHaa.
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TRUER AN. tran Now ?n rtiPti
lean and anti-Soviet morning news
Press reports identified him as
United Arab Republic President
Gamal Abdel Nasser, whom Fir
- man attacked editorially last
month. It was reported that the
U.A.R. formally protested to the
Iranian Foreign Ministry about the
SCOTCH FOR MEN
EDINBURGH. Scotland (UPI) (UPI)-Mrs.
Mrs. (UPI)-Mrs. Efgenia Bulasheva, medical
health officer of Starlingrad, says
Scotch whisky Is "very ttrong but
is .an honorable and mild drink
for, mature mn." She and three
other Russians have just made a
two-week tour of Scotland at the
invitation of the Scottish USSR
.Try sprinkling peeled apple
slices wiUr pineapple or orange
juice instead of the usual lemon.
The juice will add flavor and
prevent cut surfaces from turning
There are fewer cherries in
commercial pie iillings than in
cans of cherries of comparable
weight. Starch mixtures add
weight to the pie fillings. It takes
24 to 30 ounces of cherries to
make a plump 9-inch pie.
For the lunchbox: Blend cream
cheese or grated American cheese
with grated carrots and a little
grated onion. Moisten with cream
or milk. :
Fill tomato cups with seedless
ranai Sarva nn prim lattura with
bleu cheese dressing,, and top with
Vary the flavor of cooked car
rots by adding sage, fresh mint,
marjoram, rosemary or basil.
When shopplns" for beef, re
member that the top grade and
most expensive cuts are not neces
sarily the best buy or high in
nutritive value. Different grades
and cuts suit different cooking
uses. First think of how you plan
to cook the meat, then select
grade or cut accordingly.
Choice ton Found mav ha
broiled, pan-fried, or braised as
for Swiss steak, but lower grades
are not tender enough to pan try
or broil. Choice rump may be pot
roasted or. done in the oven, but
lower grade rump is not tender
enough for rossting.
Place nlaitic-coated Diner
plates upside down over a skillet
when frying food to keep grease
A good furniture finish is hard,
smooth, snd evenly applied. It
should be egg shell-smooth and
show the grain of the wood clear clearly,
ly, clearly, even when the wood has been
Carry a small piece of plastic
foam in the automobile glove
compartment and use it to scrape
windshield free of bugs.
I A quick, but tasty canape ii
) made with deviled ham, chili
powder, mayonnaise, and grated
Swiss cheese. Spread in three lay-
ers over soft de-crusted bread.
(Roll and secure with tooth picks.
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fingers crossed today in hopes that the weatherman,
who proved uncooperative
. . A
the rams to enable the iy5
uhderwav tonight at 7:30
-with a contest between
Yankees and the runnerup
The campalgn had been
scheduled to' begin last night
and bright sunshine up to early
yesterday afternoon gave prom prom-Isbibf
Isbibf prom-Isbibf y lovely evening for base-
But at 3 p.m. the clouds
darkened nd y. 3:30 a tor tor-'.
'. tor-'. rential rain came down. It fell
; for nearly an hour and flood-
ed the stadium grounds to
' such an extent that it would
- have been impossible to play.
Despite the rains many fans
showed up at the park between
6 and 7 o'clock and appeared
disappointed when ijnformed
there would be ntfgame.
I Because of the postponement
Yankee manager Billy Shantz
tonight will -be able to use one
of his regulars he had not count counted
ed counted on in his probable lineup for
Outfielder Bill Kern, who ar arrived
rived arrived last night,, will see action
tonight instead of pinchhitter
Gerry Thome, ;;who had been
named to sub for the tardy fly fly-hawk.
hawk. fly-hawk. Si ' ' '' &
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League people kept their
yesterday, wouw noia on
B A la A i
- 5y baseoan season to get
at the Olympic Stadium
the champion Carta Vieja
Kern had been delayed be
cause of a holdup in receiving
his plane ticket to travel down
here although the cv front oi oi-fice
fice oi-fice had sent him his transpor transportation
tation transportation over ten days ago.
Yankee f lychaser W h i t e y
Schmidt, who has been having
difficulties has still not shown
up, so it appears that Shantz
will be still short of one regular
when he fields his team tonight.
Both Kern and Schmidt play played
ed played for Albany, Class A Eastern
League last summer.
Tonight had been left open
on the schedule for just this
type of emergency. If there Is
a second postponement the
newly-formed Kings team will
make its debut against Cerve Cerve-za
za Cerve-za Balboa tomorrow as had
been originally planned.
President Ernesto de! la Guar Guar-dia
dia Guar-dia Jr., who will throw out the
first ball from the mound, and
Canal Zone Gov. William E. Pot Potter
ter Potter head a list of dignitaries who
will be on hand' for the inaugu inaugural.
ral. inaugural. Tonight's probable lineups
Tony Bartirome, lb
Billy Shantz, c
Bill Parsons, cf
Galr Allie, ss :
Spider Wilhelm, 3b
Dave Jacobs, 2b
Tom Patton, rf
Bill Kern, If
Jim Umbricht, p
Eddie Napoleon, rf
Alonso Brathwaite, 2b
Pablo Bernard, ss
George Altman, If
Bobby Prescott, 3b
Bill Gabler, lb
Hank Mitchell, cf
Marcos Cobos, e
I Bumberto Robinson, p
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MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI)-The
Milwaukee B r a v e announced
Tuesday night that they were told
second baseman Red Schoendienst
definitely is afflicted with tuber
The Braves said they were in informed
formed informed of Schoendienst's condi condition
tion condition by Dr. Raymond Martin who
has been attending the baseball
star for a respiratory condition
since Nov. 11.
"It is quite likely that he might
not play next year, the doctor
stated. "But we are optimistic
about his full recovery."
Schoendienst has been at Mount
St. Rose Tubercular Hospital at
St. Louis since Nov. 12.
Schoendienst, who spent most of
his baseball career with the M.
Louis Cardinals before being trad
ed to the San Francisco Giants
and then the Braves, was plagued
with miuries during the past sum
mer. He also compiainea or
"soreness in the chest."
But despite his aches and pains,
as well as frequent colds, bchoen
dienst played in the 1958 World
Series against the New York
Yankees, batting .300.
NEW YORK .UPI-The United
Press International major college
football ratings (first-place votes
and won-lost-tied records in pa parentheses):
rentheses): parentheses): Tm
1. Louisiana State (23) (9-0) 309
2. Army (3) (7-0-1) 263
3. Auburn (1) (7-0-1) 222
4. Oklahoma (1) (7-1), 208
5. Wisconsin (1) (6-1-1) 196
6. Iowa (3) (6-1-1) 178
7. Purdue (1) (6-1-1) 173
8. Texas Christian (7-1) .115
9. Ohio State (2) (5-1-2) 89
10. Air Force Academy (701) 68
11, Syracuse, 52: 12, Notre
Dame. 17; 13i Northwestern. 12:
14, Mississippi- 8; 15 Southern
California- 5? 16, Rice, 5;1 17
Clemson, 2; 18 (tie), Mississippi
Syate, JFlonda, California, Ok-
Whoca' State and?; ;Ptttsburrii;
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AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL TROPHIES Pictured above surrounded by t American Legion
baseball trophies is the State Championship Plaque, presented by the Ford Motor Company to
the 1968 Canal lone 'championship Orange Kist team, representing Bertram. T. Clayton Post
Seven of Ft. Clayton. An identical, Runner Up Plaque, -was also presented to the, 2nd place West West-Inghouse
Inghouse West-Inghouse Team of Panama Canal Post Not One, as well as individual certificates to all players players-of
of players-of both teams. Playera competing in this year's Legion League will also have the opportunity
of winning these fine prizes. ,' .
Ford Motor Company To Present
59 Legion Championship Plaques
ii 1 1 1 1 "-! 1 1 "'" "' i
A total of 210 high i school and
junior, high school boys participat participated
ed participated in the three leagues of intra intramural
mural intramural football which were com-
niotArt rBcentlv. The leagues were
classified "A." "B." and "C," ac-
nnrdinff to the aee. height, and
t. UA 4-U nnfi,tmnta
WClgllk UA Uie IO, WVilfMfwi
IB "t? leagua competition, the
Bears, captained by-Ken MacKen MacKen-zie.
zie. MacKen-zie. finished in first place with a
record of .5 wins. 1 lOSS. and 0
tied. The other teams ana cap captains
tains captains in order of their final stand standings
ings standings are the Flubs : under Her Herman
man Herman Wilkinson, ,the Colts, under
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The "B leaEue leaders were
the Lions, under the leadership, of
Bob Brandon. This team bad a
season record of 8 wins, U losses,
and 1 tie. The other teams in or
der are the Wildcats, captained
by Lewis French, the Tigers, cap
tained by rred Hunter, and me
Panthers, captained by Frank S&
hipki. ''.. t .. ?
; There were six-.; "C", league
teams competing, and they finish finished
ed finished the season with the Lightnings,
led by Douglas Aserpn, in front.
Their record was 8 wins, 0 losses,
and 0 tied., The other teams in or
der were Tom Perantie's Bruins,
Warren Ashton's Razorbacks, Ga
ry Hill s- Bobcats, and Butch
Following- the regular schedules,
three All Star games were' play played
ed played between the championship
teams and the best players from
the Valsa -frans.". Jn the "A"
league, the All Stars hosed- out the
Bears 19 to U. The "B" le'aguers
saw -the Lions defeat the All
Stars 26 to 13v The "C' league
All .Stars' whipped the strong
Lightning team 20 to 6.
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,Te Ford .Motor Company, for
the 16th consecutive year, will,
present the state champion and
runnerup. plaques to the Legion
junior ibasebajl program.
The loea'l, jjanaj Zone Junior
Baseball League has been certi
fied as a state. league Dyjou tfris tfris-sie,
sie, tfris-sie, commissiQfier of American Le Legion
gion Legion junior, beball, and. as such,
the, local league is entitled to re receive
ceive receive these,. plaques., t
.Tryputs for junior baseball will
begin .ams Saturday for 'ap 'boys
who were porn Sept. 1, 1941 or
thereafter.' Candiates on tha Paci Pacific
fic Pacific side are to report to the Fast
lich Ball Park at 2:00 p.m., while
those oh the. Atlantic Side are re
quested to report at 9:00 a.m. at
the ball field across from the
. In addition to the; team plaque
presented to' the state champion
and runheriip of the 1959 season,
each; played', on the two teams
will receive a well designed cer
tificate with his : name embpssed
in gold letters. The certificates.
which are also given by. the FOrd
Mptor company ,; are bound in a
simulated leather folder.
Team plaques and individual
playef certificates were presented
to the championship Orange Kist
ano runnerup yvestingiiouse teams
at tne American Legion first an
nual awards dinner held at the
Legion Club' by Harold Rosen,
district representative of the Ford
Motor yo. ,
During its ,5 years activity in
the American Legion junior base
ball program, the Ford Motor
Company has presented more than
2,800 individual and team awards,
as well as sponsoring a total ,38, -310
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NEW YORK (UPn L.lMiWun
State Universitjv. the naUotfa No.
i eouege football team, was made
a 14-point favorite -ypstprrlav -ti
win Saturday's Bam ntanst Tit.
iane- ai jncw, vneans nd end the
season with t perfect record. 1
In other leading fames on this
weekend's program, Rose Bowl Bowl-hopeful
hopeful Bowl-hopeful California was favnrftd life
Calif.; Texas Christian and Rice
were rated even for their key
fcouinwesr Conference .clash at
noustoB, tex. and Princeton,
,-wnicn win oeciaei the Ivy
Iowa, the Big Tee Champion,
w 4 o-poini cnoice at a o m e
against Notre Dame in -'tho na.
UonaUy. televised (NBC) gamu-
uiuanoma, raiucen ,iourth. na
tionally,, was the bieeest favnritn
on mis weeu s cara. The Sooner?
were tne choice by 32 points to
whip Nebraska at Norman, Okla,
and clinch their 12th straight un undisputed
disputed undisputed Big Eight Conference
Besides TCU-Rice and Dart Dartmouth
mouth Dartmouth Princeton, there we r e
two other games rated dead-even
uus weeK. 'inese,, putea;Aentuckv,
That meeting of the Part-Canal
Bowling' Association this Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, at 2:00 p.m. at the Diablo
Service Ctnttr is expected to dis discuss
cuss discuss many problems that would
effect ail male bowlers on the
Isthmus. Every ABC card holder
Teams Won Lost
RC Nehi 29 10
PliKEzs yhii li'- ''.as-. 45-'.''
Wynn's F. P.sE --2S- 15
Seymour Agency 2f Vi 18
Pan Am Jets IS : 25
H. I. Horaa 134 26 Va
Pan Imperial 13 27
Averages Coffey 193, Schmidt
193, Soyster 185, Lane 185.
Neht 3 Pan. Am Jets-!?'
The RC Nehi. maintained its
league leading pace by taking the
measure of the Pan Am Jets The
Pan Am Jets with Ed Lowahde
Simberto DeLuca at the controls,
eked up the first 'game by 7
pins. Ed's -200 and Humberto's 213
was the big factor in the Pan: Am
Jets victory. . i t
However, the league leaders
were hot to.be denied and as Pan
Am jets got weaker the soft uruuc
ers got tougher and pulled away
for three points. For Che winners.
Al Kaelin's 225 put him as team
top man with 592 and DeLuca's
566 was the chief pilot of. the Jets.
Pan Am: Lowande 547, DeLuca
566; Voss 444, Melanson 557, Lane
480. ;. -Nehi:
Vescio 572, Klumpp .467,
Allen 522, Kaeiin 592 and Coffey
. Wynn's 4 Lucky Strike 0
. Wynn's Friction Proofing jumfr
ed into a tie for second place by by-tearing
tearing by-tearing the Lucky. Strikes into
shreds for al four noints. Only
the curtain raiser was closer with'
15 nins separating the winners
from the losers. Ray Dube carried
off the most 'wood for the1 Wynn's
nosing out. Andy Hinely by four
The Lucky Strike standout was
e old pro, Pepe Damian, with
57. 200 games were dime a do
zen, Dube 223,' Hinely 211, 213,
Graham 202, BeU 201, : Soto 213,
Morrow 203 Damian 212.
Wynn's: Dube 577, Hinely. 573,
Amato 479, Graham 542. Bell 544
Lucky Strike: Soto 537, Norrow
517, LuneiiDerger 533, Metsger a
Damian 557. -vi
Seymour 4 Pan Imperial 0
Bowling way below par, Pan Im
perial dropped four-to the Isurors
of Seymour Agency. Only rone
Pan Imperial was "on" hnd that
was anchor man Ed KUnkel with
557. On the opposing side four
bowlers went over the sc'sA
Ted Schmidt, back' 'from, the
search for marlins. racked tip 570
to lead the Seymours,. Ted caught
for himself .203 and 200 specied in
the,' opening- rounds," but"-tapered
ou to 167, in-tne lid niter, dick
Soyster rolled a' smooth 222.:- Only
200 entry for Imperials was Kun
xei wiui mi. 'ry-:,
H. I. Home 4 P versa f Lux 0 1
The big story of the evening was
the Home Tiler's upsetting the
odds on the favorites, Fuenaf y
Luz Kilowatts. The bowler 1 that
threw the monkey wrench in the
Kilowatts i fus box "'was Ray
I Schneider,, starting off i with ; the
night's top score of 253 and he nad
ample support from .Del, Charter's
209 and Bud Ha leers 202. Ray came
back with a 202 and although top
ped by Rollle Glclchmati's 207 the
iFuerza-y -Lur failed to generate
enough juice to light up tne wm wm-ning
ning wm-ning totoaL ry ..v j.,-;.. ; ...
against' Tennessee at'- :Kuoivi1I.
Tenn., and Northwestern vs. DU-
nois at .Champaign, 111,,
Here are .the- -point-spfesii; 6n
other leading Saturday ganiesy -Intarstctlenai
Boston College t Clemson, S.C.
Holy Crossr'17 oyer Marqueft at
Worcester, Mass.-. ;
' Et -Syracuse over "Ve "t
Virginia, Boston University 12
oyer Connecticut, Harvard, flf over
yaAe. Ro(sers 18 ;over !ohniibia.,
. Midwtit Missouri. 7 bver.Kan bver.Kan-sa$;
sa$; bver.Kan-sa$; Michigan State J.4" ever Kan Kansas
sas Kansas State, Ohio. Stat? -14: over
Michigan, Wisconsin 14 ovr Min Minnesota,"
nesota," Minnesota," Purdue i5,oter luduna.
1ruM,irN?rt,, Carolina 6 over
Duker Florida -7 ,ver, Florida
State.Maryland ltt jovef Virginia,
South Carohna 10 over Nortn Car Carolina
olina Carolina State,. Auburu is; over. Wakt
Southwest -Arkansas 10 over
Texas Tech,- Southern Methodist
WR'.1W Arwpna .State f
Roekits 'Bria tolu 0 ft i
oyer;, Wyoming oloradoi45 oyer,
Colorado State. ,; , :
Patifie Cms. -Oregon; State
oyer., OregonKi;S6uthern California
7 over v UCLA,, WashingtonUte. S
1 'tfijfln'ale.?ho' one wai-dose
to the 2C. hut Homai itill wn
26 sticky better-; ScBnder finish-
".' e msnesi ior ,tne
night and a banner series for
Ray in inany a : moon 101 less
than Schneider was And Fft.
nich with 520 for the F y L lads.
BPan 'lihiperiairAlbrittbn-"r475, L
Beau 486, Prusinowski 454. Bur Bur-goon
goon Bur-goon 481 and Kuqkei 557. 1
Seymour: Boyer' 533, Hassler jtn
552, Bates 463, Schmidt 57Q and fV 4
Homa: Charters' 5. 'aih
62i; Bate 536, Thomas 492,, and
FUBTza Lux: Gleiehmsn ii. l
Fernandez .462 Sullivan 'Fi
wmvu ou, winquiSt.SSSi:. y
Teams ;. -;
' 19 ,,21
uuuuen raiuis .'
Avera tfesc 'Rndv'l Mi : U rihrf e
154; Michussoh 151 and Schmidt
151. -''.; ,'- 'V-'.y
. ., .;r- ;
Rudesleim?1 GUdden Paints I
' d-.MilBt-; eoiffiikt'r'tai' MBh.
tenyand .Scarlet Clad Reggie
&cnpiwt ccmunued her hot jtreak
the third week in a row has rolled
sup scratch- ma raised her average
bv leans end. bounds, tleeeie't fs.
is jjanaicap, she netted 557.
j After dropping the first game i-.
gainst, ;the: 4eague:;lesdng. : Rde-.
sheiriis,;ithi! GBddens' glittered by
150 pin advantage and made the.
winners circle bv 20. in the aood-
night session.. Besides Reggie,. Bet-
ijr Tyniiams ,aati nerseu.. gooa
night 490 scratch ani a.-whopping
580 handicap. . ' .
URbse Lastinger L eomBieted the
paint Chart with a 520 handicaps
The Rudy's who are. finding thingt
rather roueh the' last thfeH.wvAii.
had, only one; fair tedysori'ihe roll
of honor", ; when. Murjel: Mlchuss'on
prompted r 535 .handicap set,-.
: Balboa BeereHs 2 Shoppers 1 I
in the opening, game, the Bal-1
boa Beerettes stocked' up enough'
pins, to, get thefmselve ,two, points. 1
In the second and third, ga ntes, 1
the Shoppers, found th Janes j to
their liking and brdught home two
wins. They, fefl sliprUin .the TP
by 19 maples. Each team, had two
in the aristocratic -500 High Socie Society
ty Society for the Beerettes, .Marilyn Guy Guy-eri
eri Guy-eri guided her ball for .536 and Ma Mabel
bel Mabel Leslie,, labeled. SOBShoppera
stars wprn.Vi 'Rndv u' erf K...
f mpuniein ww j DUyerS I
The Buyers' .bught: themselves
the first gsme, Jut the Mpuntaln
Dew get resUess lnythe; ceUar, and
asserted' themselves hy sweeping
the balance of the points for one
of theirs ;-J better ? nightsFraaces
Dunn and Blondie Maroiif spear spearheaded
headed spearheaded the Mountain Dew. upswing
France forced 537 jans f oft s- the
lanes and Senora. Marobl 5ld both
nanuicap, ne.oesi ouying-ouo-was
the league pencllpushr";i, i? Betty
Brown,' with 5l3 andv Edn'i-Lane:
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A BREATHERVnderbiH players believe Ih quick pick-ups
via oxygen Twhen they're out of the game for "espec "especially
ially "especially in hot, humid weather. The men behind the masks in
left to tight, end Ron Miller, fullback Russ Morns and tackle
Tommv Redmond. Stimulation helped make players rugged.
STARTING LINES: But hasn't
baseball had third league all a a-long
long a-long Yankees American and
National? They are always hang hanging
ing hanging football coaches in- effigy, anq
strangejr might reasonably sur'
mise this is a very lawless place
indeed. Gamblers bankrolled the
Havana tournament, a, diverting
switch from loaded dice to loaded
golfers. Brooklyn books had the
Lion a top-heavy favorite over;
Walter O'Mauey on nis Ainca; sa safari.
fari. safari. AnC whatever, did become
of Chaves Ravine? We suspect Ed Eddie
die Eddie Stanky of wild exaggeration
when he says Tokyo will have a
big league team in five years.
The mayor over there hasn't even
appointed a committee yet
STETCH DRIVE: The Giants
are setting up a deal for the Reds
Johnny Temple That this would
definitely be Berate Oosterbaan's
last season as. Michigan football
?ebach was, reported here by :Snop :Snop-er
er :Snop-er Dooper, our practically
matchless newshound, months a a-go.
go. a-go. Starling phone call: "Would
yon like io, talk with Lucille Ball
.Wm inkfiwwO' Turnip nut
to be an enterprising press agent's
pitch for a TV episode. Ted Wi Wi-Uams
Uams Wi-Uams hit .405 the last 95 games
to win his sixth batting title.. On
Aug. 1 he was exactly .300. .His
wrap-up average of .328 was the
lowest in the AL since the late
Snuffy. Stlrnweiss' ,309 in '. It
was also the first time the angry
old man of Boston had come out
on top in head-to-head drive.
SPORTSMAN, HOFFA: Sports
headliners are being contacted by
Jimmy Hoffa's Teamsters union to
serve as salaried members of a
goodwill unit. Hoffa's affinity, for
sports is ; well' known. His right right-hand
hand right-hand man,, Bert Brennan, races
trotterst. Hoffa, asked to explain
, certain sources of .income, told the
Senate rackets committee last
summer he won $60,322 on Bren Brennan'
nan' Brennan' nags, an obvious implication
nf class and consistency. And yet
Brennan's stable isn't permitted
to operate in New York State. It
appears our officials are skeptical
of mutuel payoffs which( seem to
be shared largely by Jimmy and
DAFFY DHXIES: Princeton lost
to Cornell. 34-8. Cornell lost to
Dartmouth. 32-15. Princeton and
Darmouth clash this week with the
Ivy Leasue championship at stake,
If you want to go daffy in a large
way try to reconcile these two re results.
sults. results. On the whole, comparative
scores are without significance, a
mong the Ivies, they are simply
preposterous. Both Princeton and
Dartmouth attained high level pro
ficiency in winning over the week weekend.
end. weekend. .Not to mention the strong
end...; .And this is at least a fa favorable
vorable favorable augury for competitive ba
lance in the upcoming game.
LOOK. MAW1 NO PASSES
Dartmouth beat Cornell with one
hand. Didn't throw a..slngle pass,
a fact Which must have been trus
trating to Tiger scouts. Still, this
was unique only in that the Big
Green abstained totally. Against
Harvard they threw but two pas
ses. against Brown only three. It
isn't that they can't pass. They
completed eight for 180 gainst
Columbia, six for 125 against Penn,
seven for 99 against Holy Cross.
Remember when Pop Warner ad
vocated deciding games on the
basis of first downs? Well. Cor
nell bad 16 to Dartmouth's 12 and
was beaten by 17 points. Except
in -key situations first downs are
merely decorative, like frilled pap
er panties on lamb cnops.
A BULLDOG PURRS: Yale was
unbelievably poor in losing to the
Tigers. Even tne traditional buu
dog spirit was not conspicuously
present. The Tigers showed their
scorn for a team that hasn't won
an Ivy game all season by run
ning (successfully, too) for a fourth
down from their 43 on the. opening
march. From then on they were
in complete charge. The score was
50-14. It should have been a rec
ord 53-14. A compassionate official
ignored an obvious safety. The
Yale coach was as dazed as his
battered Blues. In one breath, he
complained tne Tigeis tried to
run up the score, in the next he
admitted uiey could nave won
by 140 to 0. Unlike the coach, the
Bulldogs were speechless. They
naa.no Dream iert.
Vols' Gene Etter Named
UPI Back Of The Week
ATLANTA (UPI) Sophomore!
Gene Etter, Tennessee's under under-sited
sited under-sited teen-age tailback who was
figured no better than third string
in the Vols pre-season planning,
Tuesday was flamed Southeastern
Conference back .of the week by
United Press International for Ms
art in the Vols' 18-18 upset of
Etter, 155-pounder from Chat Chattanooga,
tanooga, Chattanooga, Tenn.,: who moved Into
a starting role when, a series of
injuries crippled Tennessee's sin-
tender aetieeted it: picked up
vital yardage on runs of four and
seven yards; and set up the tally
with a sleight-of-hand pitchoufc
The lineman of the week award.
announced Monday, went to Ala.
bama end Baxter Booth, 190-pound
senior from Athens, Ala.i who
sparked the Tide's great defensive
play in a 17-9 upset of Georgia
Other backs nominated this
week: quarterback Bobby Jackson
of AiaDama who scored two TJt
gle wing, performed like a man jagainst Tech: quarterback Biu
possessed saiuraay. onowing inti&tacy, m Mississippi state wno ai-
triple m real amuiy mat nas iongi most upset Louisiana State: quar
Been a trademark or Tennessee iter back jerry Eisaman of Ken
tailbacks, Etter ran, passed and
kicked the Vols to- a win which
lew believed -was possible.
r In the fourth period, with Mis
sissippi ahead 16-12, Etter took off
.arouna ena irom us own j yara
line, tight-roped up the sidelines
to the Mississippi 45 where he was
apparently tackled, then squirted
away ana outdistanced his pur
suers en route to, the winning
In the third period, Etter punt punted
ed punted dead, on the Mississippi foun
After the Rebels kicked out Etter
directed the Vols, to their second
touchdown of the afternoon. First;
he pulled .off the unseemly task
bf pass ng to himself crabb ng
tucky ; who paced the Wildcats to
tnree ; lourtn period touchdowns
against Xavierj and h a 1 f b a e k
Bobby Lauder of Auburn who
scored twice v against Georgia.
SINGAPORE (UPI) TSom l of
Singapore's' youths art running
into trouble because of their tat tattoos.
toos. tattoos. One was sent to jail for six
months because ho .had a tattoo
of the goddess of mercy, do
scribed by police s the .insignia
oi tne colony's notorious 108 so
clety. Another was convicted for
a tattoo showing a couple k ssing.
Police said, that was the emblem
of the Group 24 Secret Society,!
To Low Scores
y OSCAR FRALIY
MEXICO CITY (UPI)
Snead and Ben Hogan, teamuig
un in an effort to restore United
States international golf prestige,
were watcning escn otner as weu
as rivals rrorn 32 nations last
night on the eve of the Interna
tional Iropny and Canada Cup
Tigers Try Out Sugar Bdwl
By DAVID M. MOPf ITT
ATLANTA rUPI)-.The natibo's
No, 1 college football team the
Sam unbeaten, untied Lou.siana State
iigers iry out tne Migar cowi
Stadium Saturday in preparation
for a cherished New Year's Day
exhibition in .New Orleans.
The Tigers, the only major team
in all the land, without a blemish
on its record, will take on fie
Tulan Green Wave and are b-
' Snead and Hogan tee off at noon
in the tint of four daily
18-bole rounds which will decide
this "world series of golf m
which the Canada Cup goes : to
the team with the low two-man to tout
ut tout for 72 holes.
But, whJe they were favored at
to l, eaca also had his eye on
the International Trophy, wnicn
goes to the low individual. And
these old rivals were unusually
tense' and tight as tney prepared
for a head-and-head battle in this
Snead was terse and uncom uncommunicative,
municative, uncommunicative, a distinct change in
his personality, and. Hogan, too,
had that out tune looK in ms
eye. Because, in audition to tneir
personal battle, they shouldered a
neavy load in attempting to win,
back the cup which Japan took
last year from Snead and Jimmy
Beth Playing Well
"We are both playing well," Ho-
ean said, aitnougn as were tne
majority of the players was suf
fering from dysentery, a chronic
early condition among' visitors to
We won it before in England in
1956," '- Hogan said, "but golf
around the world seems to be
improving all the time.
Hogan won individual honors at
Wentworth, England, in 1958 wiien
he and Snead paired to take the
team championship. But Ameri
ca's fairway, fortunes have fallen
to an all-time low during tne last
year with the Japanese winning
this tournament, the British taking
the' professional Ryder Cup, -and
Australia winning the brand new
: 1 . t 1 J . a 411
rasennuwer norm Amaieur uue.
Pete Nakamura, the defending
individual champion, and his win
ning team mate, Koichi Ono, were
on hand but Nakamura. repeating
his lines of last year, held modest
ly that "Snead and Hogan hit the
ball too far for us."
U.S. Team Pavered
. Yet. while the U. S. team was
favored, there was much support
for the British Ryder Cuppers,
who last year bested the Ameri Americans
cans Americans for the first time in 24 years.
Virtually the enure team is rep represented
resented represented on the British delegation
which play as separate units from
England, Scotland, Ireland and
Wales. The South African team of
Gary Player and Harold Henmng
also ranked among, favorites over
the 7,612,-yard, par-72 Club de Golf
Almost daily rains have made
the course soft. Cloudy weather
was forecast for today. Al
Balding, who teams with Henry
Martell, the Canadian PGA cham champion,
pion, champion, said that this would raise
the scores, even though due to the
lighter atmosphere in this mile
and one-naif high city, the pros
are able to hit the ball anywhere
from 30 to 80 yards longer than
Holland's Gerry de Wit was
forced to withdraw because of ill
ness, reducing the number of
teams to 81, but his teammate,
Kees Cramer, will play for the In
Sports Car Club
s Friday; Holds
Time Trials Hoy. 23
The Isthmian Sports Car KluB
will hold a business meeting on
Friday Nov, 21. at the Canal
Zon Police Lodge on cruva tni tni-va
va tni-va Trail, beginning at 7:30 p.m.
One of the purposes of this
meeting is to appoint a nominat nominating
ing nominating committee to present a slat
of new officers- for the ensuing
Two motion pictures in color
will be shown after the meeting,
through the courtesy of. Fred
Wedge, of the Bootes Motors,
Ltd., manufacturers- of the Hill-
man. Humber. and sunbeam cars.
The movies will depict the rug
ged durability of these cars as
well as an interesting and highly
Arrangements for the time tri trials,
als, trials, to be held Sunday, Nov. 23 at
Pacora air strip will be explain explained
ed explained by Paul Ella, activities' chair chairman.
man. chairman. The time trials event win
be revised to permit two-car rac
es over the clubs present I mile
Cars will be classified accord according
ing according to displacement and will
start simultaneously. Inspection
and qualification rum win begin
ai 12 noon, safety Delta properly
Installed are a requirement and
helmets will be furnished by the
Elia stipulated that rigid In
spection of cars, tires and brakes
will be made and h minimum of
30 lbs. of air in the tires is net
vuy favored lo-unisn witn a per
fect season, the Southeastern Con Conference
ference Conference title, and probably the
mythical national championship.
There's an outside chance that
s many as 80.000 persons, com
prising the largest crowd to ever
attend a regular season game in
the: South," wil! be on hand. This
Louisiana State team has. stirred
up the bayous and the near-68K)J
capacity stadium at Baton Rouge
was packed for the tigers' home
games, pie Sugar Bowl hold
SEC Best Bet
Comparative records indicate
an easy Louisiana State victory.
But Tulane has the most feared
passer in the Southeast in the per person
son person of 200-pound junior quarter
back Richie Petitbon and has al
ready shown itself capable of an
upset witness Navy
LSU has the SEC's best bet for
All America in halfback Billy
Cannon and an able supporting
east of 32 other regulars.
There's only one other intra-
conference game scheduled this
coming Saturday. That's Tennes Tennessee
see Tennessee vs Kentucky at Knoxville and
features a pair of fast-rising soph
omore field generals.
Tennessee, fresh from an 18-16
upset of Mississippi, will be led
by tailback Gene Etter who won
UPl's back of the week award
for his showing against Missis
sippi. Kentucky's sophomore lead
er is quarterback Jerry Eisaman
who sparked the Wildcats to three
fourth period touchdowns in a 20 6
win over Xavier.
Non-League Ganws Set
Ther are four non league
games scheduled. Alabama, fast-
climbing under the guidance ot
Bear Bryant and headed for a
winning season for the first time
Since 1953, is an odds on favorite
over Memphis State at Tuscaloosa.
Third ranked Auburn figures to
make it 23 straight without a loss
over Wake Forest at Auburn.
Florida's defens is expected to
give the Gators the edge over in
dependent Florida State at
uainesvuie; ana we aowmroaaen
Gorgia Bulldogs ar expected to
regain winning ways as host to
The Citadel at Athens.
The other four SEC team
Georgia Tech, Mississippi, Missis
last Tryoujs Call
The Fastllch League will hold
its final tryoy:s :or ine 1959 tea tea-son,
son, tea-son, Saturday, Nov. 22 at the
Fastllch League diamond on
Galllard Highway. All boys of
thirteen through fifteen years of
age who are Interested in play playing
ing playing supervised baseball under
capable leadership are urged to
register fdr the league.
The try outs will be held at
eight a.m. and all players from
last year's player pool, plus any
inirieen year o wnu ia ucu Marlins," whose team
register iat ween are assea to narry Van Loon
De on nana 10 register wnn uie
Porpoise Swim Team
Wins Monthly Meet
At Balboa Swim Pool
The "Porooise Swim Team," led
by their team captain, Magg.e
Mahoney, won the November
monthly swimming meet at Bal
boa Pool 'by outscoring their op opposing
posing opposing teammates, "The Silver
are not now members of a team
of the leatcue. Prospective Dlay-
sippi State and Vanderb.lt will be ers are to reoort to E. O. Kier-
. i i : r l ......
tin inf nasix oi uie uuiul ajrs
fourteen and fifteen year olds iem. competitors scored for their
who are scheduled for this Sat- respective teams by earning tive
urday's tryouts. i points for each first place, three greatly by beginning their
This is the final call for reg-'points for each second place, and ing as soon as possible.
istratlon for all ase groups who; one point for each tniro place.
ently training for the coming
swimming season which usually
commences with the annual Gam
boa Civic Council Swimming
Meet in February as well as oth other
er other meets under the direction ot
the Schools D. vision's Department
of Physical Education and Athle Athletics.,
tics., Athletics., Those interested in entering
these coming event? will benefit
idle this week while preparng for
traditional finales on Nov. 29.
BAGHDAD, Iraq (UPI) Pre
mier Abdul Karim Kassem has
boosted pay for minor government
officials and promised addit'onal
increases for policemen. Kassem
said all officials whose monthly
salaries were less than $25 would
get $5 hikes, retroactive to Nov. 1.
ALGIERS, Algeria (UPI) A
French company drilling for $1
in the Sahara Deser reports it
has made at strike in Ouan Tare Tare-ert,
ert, Tare-ert, about 50 miles from the Ed Ed-jele
jele Ed-jele oil field, one of the two big biggest
gest biggest fields discovered so far in
the North African territory.
ANNOUNCE STATE VISITS
NEW DELHI, India (UPI) -Indian
government has announced
that Soviet President Klimenti
Voroshilov and Yugoslav Presi
dent Tito would make state visits
to India early next year. The an
nouncement mentioned no specific
dates for the visits.
For the Best
in news and entertainment
" M0 PANAMA 1090 COLON
nan. Player f"ent, at tne yon yon-set
set yon-set Hut (Fastlirh League Club
house) back of home plate.
The hut, erectPd last year. Is
now completed through public
donations and contributions of
labor and materials nd is in
full operational condition as a
dressing room, store fte room ard
adrninWretivp offices for busi
ness of the league.
A nubile address astm 1" be-
lnR installer! a"rt will be a per permanent
manent permanent -Dart of th hut and will
be In ooeration by the time the
league holds its opening day fes festivities.
tivities. festivities. Rookies of all age eroups. are
uro-eri to he at the fieM bv el"ht
o'clock. rerdlMs of wsHvr,
arrt If nosslWe workouts wfH be
held throughout th mr"-riin.
The selection !nd assignation of
olayers will h r"ade during the
afternoon and H nlaver ncrson-
nel will be notified trouh the
oress as soon as possible, thereafter.
SHAH TO VISIT ITALY
TEHRAN, Iran (UPI) Ths
srweniropn says V Sh'h o' Iran
will leave Nov. 27 for n four rtav
slat visit to Itclv, Of'icms said
he av also mpVe 'unoW'p'M stops
in France and Switzerland.
The Porpoises accumulated 112
points by earning a total of nine
first places, n.neteen second plac-i
es, and ten third places. The Sil Silver
ver Silver Marlin team racked up a to
tal of 109 points for close second
to the winners by taking fifteen
first places, eight second places,
and ten third places.
Each competitor swam in events
in accordance to aouity ratnor
then age. There were twenty four
events neld in tne various strokes.
The winning team members in included
cluded included Maggie Mahoney, Jim Wil
son, Jonn lownseno, Da via de
nier, Cary Voucher, Richard van
Loon, Duncan Summerford, Chris Christian
tian Christian Voct. Ronny Harned, Lorin
Lessiack, Cathy Le Bran, Donaid
Clough, Bentley Jenkins, .Jerry
Brennen, Steve Townsend, Susan
Lesiack, Mary Thompson, Marga Margaret
ret Margaret 'Knox, Neil Doherty, Robert
Mallahan, Susan Flowers, Karen
Gordon, Russel Harrington, and
The opposing team included Har
ry Van Loon, Martin Holmes,
Roak Summertord, Duke Wilson,
John Voucher, Carolyn Camby, Ma
rilyn Camby, Jane Wilson, Jody
Summerford, Jane Holgerson, Geo.
Austin, Claudia Doyle, Bruce
Douglas Vivian Kosan, Agnes Pro Pro-back,
back, Pro-back, Diane Wallace, Jacky Love Love-lady,
lady, Love-lady, Jim Van Loon, Barry Doug Douglas,
las, Douglas, Philip Meyers, Cathy Dolan,
Richard Mallanhan, Ted Bailey,
Gwen Doyle, Robert Everson, and
Both teams are members of the
Competitive Swimming Class
which is part of the School Divi Division's
sion's Division's Department of Physical E E-ducation
ducation E-ducation and Athletics Swimming
Program at Balboa Swimming
Pool. NeW members, eligible to
take part in the program are in invited
vited invited to register for this class.
Regular monthly swim meets
are held, in addition to instruction
in competitive swimming and oth other
er other activities. The class is pres-
The general public r is invited
the bal after, a Mississippi ; de Both societies s ara outlawed. V to attend ,both events.
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It It the Meal mixer for your favorite drink, took for the green
bottle of freth THIRST-QUENCHING SQUIRT now available in
Pono mo ot popular prlcet.
Distributors in Panama and Canal Zone, Ga. Pan-Americana de Orange Crush.
r In Colon and Bocas del Toro, Tagaropulos, S.A.
The tire with
the built in
Peace of Mindl
Proved on the
for your protection
on the Highway!
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A TIRE THAT
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Tffli FAMJJfltl AMERICA AIT HWZranrctrt ItAttiX' mrmrrarcm
SM'jl THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1951.
FOR; INFORMATION mEPHpNE,2-0740;
THIS SPACt lS FOR SALE J'
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0748 W
PHILLIPS OchmMi Cottages
Santa Qui It do P
nana 1-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Blara 8taeh. Talephene
Smith. Gamboa. 102.
FOR RENT: Modarn three bad bad-roam
roam bad-roam ehalit, two bedrooms,
maid's ream with bath. Tal. I I-3170.
3170. I-3170. ""OR HINT: Lovely, comfort comfort-abla
abla comfort-abla chalat. S badraami, parch,
llvinf mm, dinini roam, garage,
aarvant't room, nica garden.
Phona 1-1411. 2:00 ta 4:00
Reopens But Strip
Is Only On Menu
ROME (UPD-The Rome res restaurant
taurant restaurant where a Turkish dancer
tripped to her black panties be before
fore before 200 society guests had its
grand re-opening last night
with a new -dish featured on the
menu "lasagne a la striptease."
Waiters, however, reported the
atmosphere "a bif brittle" at the
Rugantino, which had been closed
by police following the celebrated
trip by dancer Nanah Kaish on
Down in the basement section,
the "Rome New Orleans jazz
band" was back on the stand but
it, too, was working with some in inhibitions.
hibitions. inhibitions. This was the band that supplied
the torrid music for Miss Kaish's
strip and another "cha cha" rou routine
tine routine executed by Swedish actress
Anita1 Ekberg in her bare feet.
: JIM RIDGE
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Larg Stock of "V
belts at wfcolesal
Opposite Old Balboa Brewery
(Next to English Wharf)
Finance Tonr New Or
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES VP TO 36 Mo.
on new ears
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
35 mm. Camera
Vat "best 'buy-in town
155 Central Ave.
Comer' "K" Street
1 block from Railroad Station
With built-in Universal
; Bilingual CLERK-TYPIST with xperiene
: and speed must have references and recom
i along with photograph to P.. O. Box 718,
Panama, R. of P.
FOR RENT: Luxuriauily fur furnished
nished furnished apartmanti, daearatad by
wall known interior dacorater.
Rantal includes all utilities, maid
service, telephene and 24 heur
watchman. Ask at Arte y Doce Doce-ricion
ricion Doce-ricion Store in Edificio "Campa
Alcgre" en Via Esaana across
from hotel "El Panama Hilton".
Telephone 1-7425 and 3-6699.
FOR RENT: Riviera Apt. House.
Beautiful two-bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment dining, living, kitchen,
perch, two baths, maid's room
and garage. Call 2-4696, 8 to
12 noon, .j
FOR RENT: Bella Vista Modem
apartment, 2 bedroom, furnish furnished.
ed. furnished. 45 Street, Ne. 22-13.
FOR RENT: Beautiful apart apartment,
ment, apartment, two bedrooms, hot water,
Campo Alagre, phone 2-2341
and 3-3379. 1
Rower Over CAB
Rapped At Hearing
WASHINGTON! (UPI) The
former -head of.two federal ireg ireg-ulatory
ulatory ireg-ulatory agencies1 said yesterday
the President's veto power over
the Civil Aeronautics Board
(CAB) and the U. S. Tariff .Com
mission nut a "premium on
lobbying m its worst character
James M. Landis, who once
headed' the CAB and the Securi
ties and Exchange Commission
(SEC), told the House influence
investigating subcommittee the
White House review of CAB ami
Tariff Cdmmfssioa decisions had
been a "miserable failure.
He said this presidential power
had been "responsible lor the
generation, of jojni. of the worst
practices n the administrative
disposition ot cases."
Landis, who is also a former
dean of Harvard Law School,
made his observations during a
panel discussion on means of
minimizing the effect of improper
influence on. the decisions of fed
eral regulatory agencies.
The subcommittee recently con
eluded its hearings on the Fed
eral Communications Commis
sion's award of Channel 4 in
Pittsbureh. It orevioualv held
hearings on the FCC s award of
Channel 10 In Miami end on the
relations between Boston textile
manufacturer Bernard Goldfine
and former Presidential Aide
Sherman Adams, who quit his job
Some congressmen and othrs
have suggested that Congress en en-enact
enact en-enact a "code ,of ethics" for
members of rgwalory. agncies.
But Landis said that more qual
ified men would do more to curb
improper practices than any code
of ethics. He said any ethical
code probably would end up be
ing mostly a "matter of form, not
FCC Keeps Private
File From Solons
, WASHINGTON UPI) The Fed
eral Communications Commission
said yesterday it keeps a spe
cial private file' of letters from
congressmen requesting informa information.
tion. information. But it refused to make the
Robert D. L'Heureux, one-time
administrative assistant to former
FCC Chairman George C. McCon McCon-naughey,
naughey, McCon-naughey, hinted to die House in influence
fluence influence investigating subcOmmit-
ice munuay aearcu m. me incs
might turn-up cases improper
influence by the lawmakers'
An FCC spokesman told United
Press International the private
file contained no letters from con congressmen
gressmen congressmen urging the 1 commission
to award a tlevision or radio
station to a particular applicant.
He said any such letters auto automatically
matically automatically are incorporated into
the public record of the specific
However, he said the private
viles did contain "routine inquires
regarding the status of pending pending-cases."
cases." pending-cases." He said the "routine inquiry"
category included letters phrased
along this line: "My friend and
my constituent, Joe Blow, is ap applying
plying applying for channel X. What is the
status of his applicatione"
Counsel Robert W. Lishman of
the House subcommittee said his
investigators have had access to
we private mes.
; However, the subcommittee has
not released any complete files or
detailed lists that would show the
i extent of any one congressman's
'FCC letter-writing activity.
subnjit all particulars
leave vom o with one or oo agents on ou omra at lir.n- vrnrt, Panama ubeema frkiado-i itraei a. it agencias
INTERNAL DE PUBUCACJONES No. 3 Lottery PUta CA8A ZALDO Central A. 41 ) LOURDES PHABMACV-1 .ff?"'" A.IM A.IM-BAADO
BAADO A.IM-BAADO No. 2S B" 8treel MOBR1SON tth of July Ave. A J 8t LEWIS SEKVICE Ave. Mvoll H: 4 f ABMACIA ESTAOOS UNIDOS 1U CentoaJ Ave.
FAR MA CIA LL'X-IM Central Avenue f HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE I. Pea. do la Oasa Ave. No. WO .DOMTrJ,n .&!22i!fA
FARMAC1A VAN DER-JIS-M Street No. BJ F ABMACIA EL B ATURRO Paraj Lefevre T Street f) f ABMACIA "BAB'- Via POBBAS Ul NOVEDADE
ATHIS Beside the Bella Viata Theatre COLON OPFICEi ISta Street and Amador Gaerrere Mo. 14JU. . . r .
FOR SALI 1953 Buick Super
A-L, excellent condition. Tiros,
duty paid, call Balboa 1297.
FOR SALE: 1955 Buick Super
Riviera, power, steering, dynaflow,
radio, wsw tires, 24,000 miles
only. Duty paid, must see to ap appreciate,
preciate, appreciate, low down payment and
balance en easiest terms. See at
Household Exchange 41, Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Row. Tels. 3-4911 or,
FOR SALE: As is, whore is,
one 1955 Plymouth 6 cyli.,
station wagon. This car has been
wrecked and is located in the cor corral,
ral, corral, Ancon Canal Zone, Sealed
bids will be sent to D. A. Pagen Pagen-ta.
ta. Pagen-ta. Box 4581, Panami, R.P. ar
delivered, to the office 0f the
Servicios Financiaros Generalas,
S.A. No. 27-19, Jose Francisco
de la Ossa. Bids will be opened
on November 24th. 1958 at this
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth 2 2-door
door 2-door with push-button 'radio. In
good condition, priced low for
quick sale. $544. May be seen
in Balboa. Call Gamboa 108.
FOR SALE;! 957 Foid wagon,
two font, radio, heater, defrotr defrotr-ar,
ar, defrotr-ar, undercoat, etc. Excellent con condition
dition condition $2,300. Balboea 1253.
FOR SALE: Sunbeam Rapier,
1957. Good condition. Call Ama Amador
dor Amador 2122 or 4230.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet
station wagon, 6 passenger, 4 4-door.
door. 4-door. Can be financed. House
No. 8455, MargkrrU, Tel. 3 3-2821.
2821. 3-2821. .
FOR SAll: 195i Studebsker. ;
V8. President... 'doarLn 9 .lib
senget, sta wfy$V91x Albrook
FOR SALE: .1958 Plymouth so so-dan,
dan, so-dan, T.T. paint, w.a.w, 4000
miles, like nev $1935. phono
Balboa 2-2744 or set at 0599-A
Bayano Street, Ancon..
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford Sedait,
low mileage, good condition,
priced to sell. Phone 2-1806,
FOR SALE 1953 Fontiae 4
door, beautiful condition. All
accesorles, duty paid. Basf of offer.
fer. offer. Payments allowed. Phone
Balboa 4495, mornings
CHiCAGrt rTnnf!hi iwli
Cuist. 23. Who admititorl al
his 15 year old girl friend and
saia ne wanted to die for the
crime, repudiated his signed 47
Melquist,. who sports sideburns
like his favorite singer Elvis Pres Pres-lev.
lev. Pres-lev. earlier Tiipsdav n miMiI
for authorities th slaving nt Inn.
nie Leigh Scott, whose decapitated
was iouna may in a forest pre
He repudiated his confession af after
ter after a conferenc with his attorney,
AODen j. flicj-ionneu.
"Mv client has comnWolv
ipudiated the alleged confession
in mis case,;- McDonnell said.
The nrinoner tnM onthnritio. h
did not know whv ha iuiiui ih
girl, but said he had been plagued
hv 'hnrri hi a H.nnn.. 1
I slaving in which he nushiut
i women into "a machine with re-
, voiving blades that cut them up."
in we coniession, Melquist said
he smothered Bonnie the night of
Sept. 22 as they sat in his car
"horsing around" at the Melquist
home in suburban Villa Park.
He took authorities to the forest
preserve about 23 miles away and
pointed out th spot where he
dumped hr body. H said he re returned
turned returned to thn hnHv thi- tin.
the last time slashing the body
with a knife and cutting off the
vie urn s neaa.
8 12 k 2-6 Week days
8 to iz Mtardays.
FOR SALE Metal furniture,
chairs, left handed bowling ball
and bag. Reasonable, house
FOR SALE: 11 cv, ft. frigi frigi-daire,
daire, frigi-daire, self defroster, brand new,
$325, freeier compartment, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1253.
FOR SALE: 9 cubic foot Wait Wait-inghousa
inghousa Wait-inghousa porcelain refrigerator
$65,000, Ouatermattef, dining dining-room
room dining-room table and four chairs,
$8.00, call 6-358. Gamboa.
FOR SALE: Must tall entire
household goods, cheap. Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable price. For information, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 4.495, mornings.- -
Urges Bright Profs
For Dif fo Students
NEW YORK '(UPD-A too New
York school official has a warn
ing for School systems which plan
to offer '.bright students special
advanced classes.:,' They had bet-
. u f j i i t j i
icr uve gineo leacnera to nantue
the gifted students.
"It's not good to have the chil
dren think they're smarter than
the teacher, which sometimes can
be the case," says Mrs. Eliiabeth
O'Daly, assistant suprintendent
for junior high schools in New
' The need is for teachers who
are as carious s the .students.
They have to ask why' more
frequently taanv the tverago ,vmr-
son .becausft.fh students; rr sure
w 'as'ki''whn?''?! Mi.said.i'
. iai& ,-.v 9 vcifox!micufcv tu
has unique, mrogram fof -ferret
ing out,; gifted ; students et the
sixth grade Jevel; and putting
them in special progress-classes
by which they can cover the three three-year
year three-year junior high course in two
ine ew York system was
started about 30 years before the
launching of Russia's Sputnik,
wmcn arousea many mgn Knoois
across tne country to do some
thing about their bright students
The average IQ of special prog
ress students, who call them themselves
selves themselves SP's,. is 144.2 compared to
100.8 for Ihe eity's junior high
students. An average seventh
grad SP .can, read at fee rate
of an saverage regular 11th. grade
Less than 1 -ter cent of the
city'swnth, eightti and! ninth
grade students are SP's;
The SP program is not onlv one
of acceleration, but also of "en
richment" to offer a challenge to
uie Diigni stuaent, Mrs. O'Daly
saia. rne students use the same
textbooks as regular students,
but they do more work.
Most of the SP students
from middle class families whose
parents show an -interest in the
student s progress, she said.
CAUTIONS HOOP US
LONDON (UPIK-r- The British
Medical Assn. winter! vMtrdv
that hula-hoop twirling should; be
practiced with caution. "Ma ms
with a known heart disease should
try it, and anyone who is out of
training dui otherwise fit should
not go nara at it right awy,
the association said.
For the Best
in news and entertainnfent
840 PANAMA 1090 COLON
Deakf 25.00, Qieat of Drawers 9.00, Kit Kitchen
chen Kitchen Cabinet 45.00, Telephone Tables with
upholstered chair 25.00, Mahogany Ward Wardrobes
robes Wardrobes 25.00; Sideboards 12.00, Dressing
Table 19.00, Double Beds with Spring and
Mattress 45.00, Dining: Room Table &
4 chairs from 2.00, end tables 7.50, new
pillows 1.50, Mattresses 15.00.
National Ave. 2 1
WE W SELL &
HEAR YI HEAR Yl
Make someone happy this X'mas
with a hearing aid to hear the
joyous sounds o Yaulatide. All
types, sixes t shapes at Crawford
FOR SALE: 4 uphoftered living living-room
room living-room chair, bcellent condition
half original pric. Phona Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-4624.
FOR SALE-Va fen, aircondi aircondi-tioner
tioner aircondi-tioner and 30 gallon hot Vater
heater, both new and in original
crates. Tel. 3-6695.
FOR SALE: Photographic
Christmas cards, $15.00 per
hundred. Your negative or ours if
available. Foto El Heleon, tele telephone
phone telephone 3-1179.
FOR- SALE: Playpen, bathinette
and deluxe baby carriage. Chi Chinese
nese Chinese desk. CaU Balboa 4191.
We have received a new ship shipment
ment shipment of perforated hardboard or
peckboardf with its corresponding
accesories. Thousands of uses In
home, shop or office. Visit AL AL-MACENES
MACENES AL-MACENES MARTINZ, S.A., A A-venida
venida A-venida Eloy Affaro No. 11-159,
FOR SALE: General Electric
24" TV, fable model, perfect
condition. Phone Balboa 2-3173.
KIDDIVILLI", Via Espana No.
37-182. Whan doing your Xmas
shopping, stop in at Kiddiville
and see eur display of American
and German toys, Xmas decora decorations,
tions, decorations, ect. All moderately priced.
We also carry infanta and chil children
dren children clothing and footwear, and
many ether items, appropiata for
FOR SALE :-For office or home
Swedish living room set consist consisting
ing consisting of two sofaa and one chair.
Perfect condition. Tel. No. 4 4-1
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Edward King Dies
After Long Illness
Edward r,. Kino- nirhi..
resident-of 5th street, Ptrqup
.ucMBVire, aiea- mesaay Afternoon
ui.oisjqio iomas wospuai follow
ln A linfferinir tllnoia
An employe of the Panama
Canal and the U.S. Army for
over years, Mr. King retired
from active service four years a a-go.
go. a-go. He was 73 years old.
He is survived by his wife, Lil Lillian..
lian.. Lillian.. Funeral arrangements 'have
not been announced.
Flew Oyer Border
DAMASCUS, U, A. R. (UPI) (UPI)-A
A (UPI)-A Damascus radio broadcast
charged yesterday that t h r e e
Turkish jet ar craft flew low over
a Syrian border -area Sunday in
an alleged violation of Syria's air
space: -. i
The broadcast said the Turkish
jets deliberately flew at low alti altitude
tude altitude in the area of the Syrian cil cil-lage
lage cil-lage of Derbassiyah in an attempt
io ingnien me ciuzens.
Radio Damascus reoorted the
jplanes flew over the area for 15
minutes before returning to Tur
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Probe Wastes Time
V WASHINGTON (UPI)-Ab u u-sistant
sistant u-sistant cabinet secretary com complained
plained complained yesterday he had to de de-vot
vot de-vot 9 nr Mht. Kf him tinplr Ha
to the last congressional investi
gation ot nis department.
He said, "it is very difficult to
prevent your work from becom
ing a succession of telephone
calls, meetings .and documents...
perhaps the best time I have for
thinking is when I am shaving."
A second assistant secretary
said' he went one-third ot hi
time with rnncrrcamM thair
committee staffs and, other gov government
ernment government agencies when Congress
was in session
The two unnamed officials were
Quoted in a book published Wedes Wedes-day,
day, Wedes-day, "The Job of the Federal Ex.
ecutive" by Mafver H.. Bernstein,
a political, science professor at
Princeton. It was published by
the Brookings Institution, an in independent
dependent independent research organization.
. Bernstein based his book on a
series of round table discussions
with 20 past and present govern govern-ment
ment govern-ment officials, mainly of bureau
chief and subcabinet rank.
. The first assistant secreUry
was quoted as saying, -"during the
last investigation that concerned
me, I spent about 90 per cent of
my time testifying before com committees
mittees committees or else getting, ready for
the next day's appearance."
Bernstein wrote, "In contrast to
the business executive; the politi political
cal political executive . .lacks privacy in
his unofficial aa well as official
Favorites In International,
Canada Cup Championships
y LIO H. PIT IRS IN
MEXICO CITY (UPIV-Bantam
Ben Hogan, favored with team
mate Sam Snead to win tne in
ternational golf and Canada Cup
championships, said today that
the winners in this mile and one one-half
half one-half high altitude would have to
shoot in the M's to beat the best
of 32 nations.;, '.-vri .s- .r-:.
Hosan and Snead were listed
as 4-1 favorites la the team and
individual battles which got under
way;- today and .wind up with a
a fourth and final round on Sun Sun-'The
'The Sun-'The small' British baH which
everybody will use and the rati
fied air glv you a-much greater
distance on all your shots, said
Hogan, who in his grand slam
year.- of 1953; 'When he won vthe
U.S.; and British opens and the
Masters, also captured, the- Pan
American title at thia lame
"The kmaU ball and the thin
air give you as much s 30 to 40
more yards on your drive and as
much as 80 to 60 yard more
when you are shooting into the
wino n added.
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Wife Of British
Air Attache Founi
Dead At Callife
JERUSALEM, Israel (UPI)
The wife of .Britain's air attach
to Israel was found hnt t Hasth
yesterday in the Sea of Galilee
area near en synan twrder.
Polica said' the. tuwi m
Joyce Doran 47, wat diacovered
aooui one mue om the demili demilitarized
tarized demilitarized zone. -Shap halt' hsan -dial
ing since 'Monday when she failed
to return from wait na- th
rest home where she had beeh
Her husbud ls Vrbc Command:
er Kenneth Doran. He toined in
the intensive search started When
Mffi. uoran was reported missing
Israeli polie v and British ; au authorities
thorities authorities began an Investigation
into the circumstances surroundr
tag Mrs Dora&'t death.,
The. Italian rest home where
Mrs. Doran was staying is op operated
erated operated by Italian nuns. It it on
the Mount of Beautitude close to
Sie Syrian frontier and demarca
life aod periodically undergoes
trial by pubic debate.''
"He must devote more tint to
a defense of his programs and
-policies," the author said, "even
though his tenure on the job is
AioiT learn 4-1
tance which the pros get in the
rarified hijjh altitude air of Mex
ico City are inconceivable," Ho
gan continued. "Let's take the
eight-hole. It is 418 yards and a
par four but it only a drive and
an easy eight iron
The 470-yard par four ninth is
considered flnlv a Arivm anH a
six-iron. There are four oar-fiveJ
noiea on tne 72iB-yard, par 35-36
72 layout' ranging from -561 to
aw yards, ana yet Hogan assert asserted
ed asserted that Snead can reach any-of
cnem tn two snots.
With Snead and Krttfan thnnt-
ing for Ah low team total aa well
as the individual ehamoionshin.
favored at. 4-1, the oddsmskers
put japan defending champions
and ; Australia's tandem aa sec
ond, choices at 6-1. The Japanese
team oi ; Fete Nahamura and
Koickl' Ono unset the favored U.S.
team, of Snead and Jimmy De-
marei last year at Tokyo jo this
world series -of golf.- f
x Ireland's -Christy O'Connor and
Harry Bradahaw, South Africa's
Gary Player tand Harold Hen Hen-ning,
ning, Hen-ning, and Canada' Al Balding
and Henry Martell are rated at
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k WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Atomic Ener eV C.nm m i selnn n
nounced yesterday it has ap
proved a plan to boost uranium
milling capacity in the Wyomihi
area by about 1,700 tons a day
Under the plan two new mills wu
be built and three existing mill;
rawijrOBK. Nov. 20 (UPI) -Stocka
advanced at aa aetivi
opening today witl industria
shanea Vtlnunct ihm ... k.
- wV torn .u avF
tween, yesterday's close and th
all-time high set on Monday.
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seven year nave agreed on
trial- six-month separation on th
advice of a marriage counseloi
according to a spokesman for th
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usband, singer Jimmy Fitzge V.
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Virginia Supreme Court
State's Massive Resistance' Laws
NORFOLK, Va., Nov. 20 (UPI) Virginia officials, their ordeal before a three-judge Federal
court In Norfolk temporarily over without a ruling on the state's "massive resistance" laws, fond fondly
ly fondly turned to the Virginia Supreme Court today for the first verdict on the statutes.
Tne state's highest court will hear a "friendly" test of the laws, sponsored by the state it-
" TMteraay'hearing in Norfolk Federal Court threatened to overturn administration plans
t exact the first ruling on the laws from the state court, but Chief Judge Simon t. Sobelof call called
ed called a halt to the hearing and postponed further ation in the case until Dec. 12.
Counsel for plaintiffs in the
uit, however, asked the court
to issue a temporary Injunction
before briefs are filed Dec. 1
to immediately restrain the
state from enforcing its school school-dosing
dosing school-dosing law.
The court could Issue such an
Injunction before the state
court convenes Mondaj. but
gave no indication whether or
not it would.
The hearing, on a suit bv
IS white parents seeking the
reopening of Norfolk's six
closed schools and the over overthrow
throw overthrow of the law which clos-
AEC Opens Sffidy
For Power Plant
In Puerto Rico
WASHINGTON, Nov. 20 (UPI)
The Atomic Energy Commission
(AEC) announced today it would
spend $250,000 for the study of a
proposed nuclear power plant for
The AEC said it has approved,
as a basis for contract negotiation,
the design study phase of a pro proposal
posal proposal from the Puerto Rico Water
Commission approval does not
represent a commitment to build
a reactor in Puerto Rico. But the
announcement put (he island back
in the running for a nuclear elec electric
tric electric plant subject to future action
Congress scrapped an earlier
proposal for a Puerto Rican plant
because it would have added no-
Sng new to the nation's nuclear
The plant would have been tied
Into the inter-American atoms-for-
peace program through the is
land's nuclear training center.
The new proposal was designed
te overcome congressional objec objections
tions objections by making use of a nuclear nuclear-.
. nuclear-. fired superheater.
I Weather Or Not
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j hours ending S a. m. today Is
1 prepared by the Meteorological
t and Hydrographie Branch of the
' Manama Canal Company:
High 87 83
Lew 74 76
(max. mph) NE-15
RAIN (inches) .77
(inner harbors) 97
FRIDAY, NOV. 21
MM. to NATHAN L 0OUlAS MAHOCO
LAST 3 DAYS
ed them, saw school officials
successively testify that the
closures are causing irrepara irreparable
ble irreparable harm to the 10,000 locked
Edmond Campbell attorney
for 15 white parents suing; Gov.
J. Lindsay Almond to reopen
six schools closed to prevent in-
tegration, said the state is
making- the children suffer be because
cause because "the Norfolk School Board
has complied with the orders
of this court."
Campbell's colleague, Archie
BosweH of Norfolk, urged the
court to declare unconstitution unconstitutional
al unconstitutional the Virginia law that auto automatically
matically automatically shuts down Integrat Integrated
ed Integrated schools.
The injury to some 10,000
school children locked out of
their schools here, he said, "is
so severe that the court should
not delay one day longer than
is neccessary to come to a just
School Board chairman John
J. Brewbaker testified earlier
that the school closings had
"demoralized" Norfolk school
teachersand that unless the
schools were reopened soon,
LONDON, Nov. 20 (UPI)-The
Soviet Communist Party organ
Pravda today renewed attacks on
ex-Premier Nikolai Bulganin and
other members of the "anti-party
group" with whom he' was linked
for the first time last week.
Pravda, quoted by Moscow ra radio
dio radio in a broadcast heard here,
charged that Bulganin and 1 fci e
four other members of the dis
graced group had tried to "put
the brakes on development of
The others were ex Premier
Georgi Malenkov, former presid
ium member Lazar Kaganovich,
former Foreign Minister V. M.
Molotov, and Dmitri Shepilov, an another
other another ex-Foreign Minister.
"The party and its central com
mittee have unammously routed
the anti-party reactionary group
of Malenkov, Kaganovich, Molotov,
Bulganin and Shepilov, who join joined
ed joined them, which attempted to rend
er abortive the policy outlined by
the 20th party congress, to put he
brakes on the development of the
Soviet country and divert it from
its Leninist course," Pravda said.
Airline Pilots Dig Clams,
Drive Cabs During Strike
WASHINGTON (UPI) A veter veteran
an veteran airline pilot said he had made
out fairly well during the long
weeks while his company was
shut down by a strike.
But like his fellow fliers, he'll
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it would be a long time be before
fore before the bad effect could be
He said makeshift tutoring
groups now existing here could
not properly educate the dis displaced
placed displaced students.
Brewbaker said if the schools
were opened within the next
five days, the students could
complete their required 180 days
of schooling by sacrificing all
Saturdays and holidays.
The hearing followed by one
day a referendum in which
Norfolk citizens voted 12,658 to
8,781 against a proposal that the
city ask Almond to return the
schools to local control for In Integrated
tegrated Integrated operation.
Six of Norfolk's seven white
junior and senior high schools
were closed Sept. 27 after the
school board, under compulsion
of a Federal -court order ad admitted
mitted admitted 17 Negroes. The white
parents filed suit Oct. 27
Marine Plane Crash
EL TORO MARTNU! ATU HABV.
Calif., Nov. 20 (U-PI) A Marine
jet ngnter plane practicing an env
ergency lanaing yesterday over overshot
shot overshot the landing field and crash crashed
ed crashed into the path of a speeding pas passenger
senger passenger train.
Two diesel onoino ml
cars were derailed in the spectac
ular crasn wnen the 75 mph train
smashed intn tho rraft o a l-tujh uoi-
ed it into the air where it explod
ed ana ieu 10 rest against the
fourth and fifth pan nf tha ninn.
car train including the engine.
mere were no serious injuries
among the 130 passengers and five
crewmen. The nilnt mmtmuI urith
only minor injuries after he was
savea Dy a tram crewman.
l saw a cloud of dust up ahead
and hit mv emerpprwv hrair"
tram engineer W. M. Rider said.
"My first thought when I saw
we were going to hit was that I
wouia De Durned alive," he said.
The F4D Skyray all weather
fiehter nlane nilnlorl hv 9nA T.t
Philip M. Schmidt, 23,. attached
10 me awna squaoron aere, over overshot
shot overshot a wire on the landing field us used
ed used to stop the plane.
It hminfpri prazilv nvr 9 nlnur-
ed field, snapped off a utility pole
find lanHoi nn tlha falr in t-rnnt
of the Santa Fe's southbound San
be glad to get back to his regular
H has been earning about $20
a day digging clams along Chesa Chesapeake
peake Chesapeake Bay. "I'd rather be flying,"
he said, "but I must make a liv living."
ing." living." The pilot is one of 850, captains
and co-pilots who were furloughed
after a mechanics' strike closed
down Capital Airlines 35 days ago.
A survey showed many of them
swallowed their professional pride
when their pocket books were
grounded, turning to a variety of
Three pilots went from the com
plicated cockpits of turbo prop
Viscounts to driving taxicabs in
suburban Montgomery County.
One captain took up refurnish
ing antiques a hobby he turned
into an avocation overnight. Two
got jobs at a plant nursery owned
by an Allegheny Airlines captain.
Another is painting houses.
Several own real state. Five
gave private flying lessons. One
instructed in seaplane flying. Two
wound up. in hardware stores as
clerks. At least two sold insur
ance and one took over as a part-
time school teacher.
All Capital pilots received $10
a day "subsistence benefits from
their union, the Airline pilots
When Capital was shut down.
ALPA passed the hat among its
more than 13,000 members an
extra assessment on their dues to
help Capital's crews meet normal
But these benefits fell far short
of meeting all their commitments.
"You must remember that some
of our men were earning as much
as 114,000 a year, one pilot ex
plained. "They have financial ob
ligations in accordance with their
normal living standards mort mortgages,
gages, mortgages, car payments, etc. Ten a
day to man making between
$8,000 and $14,000 a year is an
ONE OF THE HEROES of the
1957 sea rescue of a burning
merchant ship off Taboga, Na Navy
vy Navy CPO Frederick Wagner re
tired from the Navy yesterday
after 22 years and ninemonths
of service. The veteran chief
boatswain's mate logged more
than 19 years overseas, serving
aboard the old battleship New
Mexico, oiler Woodcock, fleet
tug Palute, and PC-572. Wag Wagner,
ner, Wagner, Rodman Naval Station
fire chief for three years and
more recently master-at-arms,
helped, save the British mer merchant
chant merchant vessel Hope Range last
year. He was a member of the
Navy fire-fighting party that
extinguished the fire aboard
the blazing, helpless ship off
Taboga after a 28-hour fight.
With his wife Jacinta and
daughters Gloria and Susanna
Marie, Wagner hopes to obtain
a job in the Canal Zone and
live here the rest of his life.
70 AF Hissilemen
End Jupiter Course
At Space Academy
HUNTSVILLE, Ala., Nov. 20
(UPI) Graduation exercises
were scheduled today for the
Strategic Air Commands first
intermediate range ballistic mis
sile squadron., y
About 70 officers and "airmen
of the 864th Strategic Missile
Squadron completed courses in
launching control and mainten maintenance
ance maintenance of the Jupiter missile the
training was given at Redstone
Arsenal, home of the big rocket.
The squadron will be equipped
with the Army-developed Jupi
ter over which the Air Force was
operational control. Air Force
personnel were trained to use
the Jupiter by Army officials
The first classes of trained
missile experts from Belgium
and France were graduated yes
terday by the U.S. Army Ord
nance Guided Missile School
The graduates bring to five the
number of NATO countries
whose pioneer missile units have
been schooled at the "Space
Academy" at Redstone.
Finish Number Two
NICOSIA. Cvbrus (UPI) Brit
ish troops today killed Kyriakos
Matsis, the second "most wanted"
member of the Greek Cypriot
Eoka underground organization,
The man with the highest price
on his head is Col. George Grivas,
'head of Eoka, the outlawed organ
ization which wants union of Cy
prus with Greece. The organiza
tion has ben carrying out a cam
paign of murder and violence
against the British and Turkish
Cypriots for more than three
Matsis, reported to have been
the Eoka leader for all of north northern
ern northern Cyprus, refused to surrender
when British troops cornered nun
in his hideout below a house in
a village. The troops then lobbed
two hand grenades into the hide hideout,
out, hideout, killing him.
Today's operation was the most
spectacular success to date for
forces under command oi M
Gen. Kenneth Darling.
Darling, known for his outspoken
views, recently said the only ter terrorists
rorists terrorists he wanted to know were
! Often it's o person's longings
thot make him short., ..
Under direction of
British .Cut .Cut-Bank
Bank .Cut-Bank Rate;
LONDON, NOV. 20 (UPI
Britain today cut the bankjrate
from 4& to four percent,
spreading a new note of opti optimism
mism optimism that she is back, in the
monied class of-(orld powers.
The bank rate new has lauen
a full three percentage points
from- the September 1957 high
of seven percent, when Premier
Harold Macmillan clamped on
a series of financial restrictions
to make the pound one of thej
most stable currencies in cir
The- cut announced today
caught the stock market com completely
pletely completely by surprise. Nobody had
seriously considered such a
move this 'week.
The first reaction among
financial experts on the Lon London
don London Exchange was a forecast
that prices will now move to
The last cut in the bank rate
was on August 14 when tne
government brought the hank
rate down half a point to 4y
Financial experts here agreed
the new rate was more appro appropriate
priate appropriate to current conditions.
The president of the British
National Union of Manufac Manufacturers,
turers, Manufacturers, C. 8. Garland, said the
lower bank, rate was part of
the policy of making money
easier for expansion.
. He said the inevitable re rewards
wards rewards would be increased
production and greater con confidence
fidence confidence in the stability of the
British economy in world
The stock exchange reported
no actual runaway on prices as
a reaction to the government
announcement, but the indica
tions were that by the end of
thfr-day markets would show
The new level of interest
came as a heartening surge to
an already stronar investment
Sees Moral Danger
In Horror Films
WASHINGTON (UPI) A Ro
man Catholic bishop today warned
parents of "the dangerous, cumu
lative effect which horror, pseudo
scientific and crime films can
have upon the moral health and
intellectual development of their
He also condemned what he cal
led "certain morally dangerous
trends and developments" in the
Bishop William A. Scully, retir
ing chairman of the committee for
motion pictures, radio and televis
ion, made the statements in a re
port to the American hierarchy of
the Catholic Church when it met
last week, It was made public to
The National Legion of Decency,
a Catholic organization which is
sues moral evaluations of motion
pictures, said there had been "a
sharp decrease in the number of
objectionable films. it said this
was due mainly to a new classifi classification
cation classification system.
Of the 280 American pictures
reviewed, the legion said 97 were
unobjecionable for general patron
age; 79 were approved for adults
and adolescents; 65 received the
"adults only" classification and 39
were objectionable. None were
It classified 43 foreign films es
follows: 9 approved for all; 7 re restricted
stricted restricted to adults and adolescents;
8 limited to adults; 12 objection
able and a condemned. Two re-
cived special classifications not
Judge Won't Let
NEW YORK, Nov. 20 tUPI.
Federal Judge Edward Welhfeld
in an historic anti-trust deci decision
sion decision ruled today against the
merger of Bethlehem Steel Corp.
and Youngstown Sheet & Tube
"The proposed merger runs
afoul of the prohibitions of the
Clayton Act in so many direc directions
tions directions that to permit it is to
render Section 7 of -the Act
sterile," the Judge said in his
"To say that the elimination
of Youngstown would not result
in a significant reduction In the
vigor of competition In the steel
industry Is, in the light of its
history, : to disregard expe experience."
rience." experience." RAY McKINLEY
Ike Flies To Augusta For 10 U Days Golf
Quiet: For Work ?Oh r."eg(sa$e; ifr6grai&'
WASHINGTON. .Nov. 20 fUPI)
President Eisenhower flies south
today for 10 days of golf and, in
tne relaxed setting of an exclusive
country club, ; some work on us
legislative 'urogram "for l tha- new
congress, -., ;..; v.. -..
Tht; chief xtcutivt's flying
destination today was the Aug Augusta
usta Augusta (G.) National Golf Club
where, weather permitting, : he
was expected to 'b ''swinging a.
way at his favorite sport by
Actor Tom Pillman
Dies In Sports
Car Like J. Dean
HOLLYWOOD. Nov. 20 mPI-
Actor Tom Pittman the young
moody actor who died in-the crash
ef Ilia erwirff as 4tv ivaa ruiinrf
compared with the late James
Dean who met a similar fate. 4
"Pittman, missing. since Nov. 1,
was found dead yesterday in his
powerful sports car at the bottom
of a deep canyon Police theoriz
ed the speed-loving actor failed to
negotiate a curve and his car
plunged end-over-end into the 300 300-foot
foot 300-foot canyon.
An eight-foot" length of guard
rail had penetrated the car's
His body w.as found yesterday
by patrolman Roy Kerton who Dot Dot-iced
iced Dot-iced the broken guard rail and in investigated.
vestigated. investigated. He said Pittman's bo body
dy body was lying partly out of the car
which had come to rest on its
"We lost a great talent with
the death of Tom," RKO produc producer
er producer Sam Fuller said. "You will
hear a great deal about his last
Fuller said Pittman had lust
completed his most important
movie role in the film "Verboten."
Fuller, who produced the film,
said it was to be. released soon.
On UN Information
UNITED NATIONS, N. Y.y Nov.
(UPI) The United States,
Britain and .France were split to
day oyer a special report on U..
Each of the western big 'three
nations has a draft resolution be
fore the administrative and budg
etary committee of the general
assembly. Britain ,and France
were closer to the Russian posi position
tion position than to the American,
The split occurred over differ
ing interpretations of a report
submitted to the general assem
bly by a committee of experts ap
pointed a year ago to study the
Office of Public Information (OP1)
with, a view to reducing its budg
et by' about a half million dollars
The report suggested a shift in
emphasis from mass media such
as newspapers, radio and televi televisionto
sionto televisionto a public relations ap
proach through governmental and
other selected groups and indivi
Britain and France, surroorted
by India, Iran, Uruguay, the U-
nitea Arab Hepublic, Ceylon and
other nations, have claimed that
such phrases have been taken
out of context by persons" who
have not read the report careful carefully.
ly. carefully. They endorse the recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation on the grounds it would help
U.N. information officials achieve
the "maximum effect at the mini minimum
mum minimum cost."
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THREE BIG EYES This big big-eyed
eyed big-eyed creature- fits comfortably
into the clenched fist of a big-,
eyed girl at the Vienna Zoo.
Smallest monkey in captivity,
it was taken In Madagascar,
1 4 J-T
Mrs.' Eisenhower,', not. an enthu enthusiastic
siastic enthusiastic -air traveler, planned tp" go
to Georgia .tonight by train; join joining
ing joining the President at the club to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. The First Ladv-cnulH nnf
leave with -her husband's because
sne was entertaining at lunch for
woman ..delegates to the 'United
This was thei President's K21st
trip to Augusta. since his 1952
tion and his-first holiday of any
duration since his September' stay
m Newport, R.I;: He will remain
in Georgia, with.- his- wife through
the Thanksgiving weekend," prob-
returning to 'ms-: White
House desk by Dec-l-
Because this It busy season
s .. v
The Magnificent Brat who gave
a big-headed big shot the kick of
his iiwtaught feudm'faraily-,
about fun.and a sophisticated
lady about lovel-1
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the executive branch of gev
; ernment, preparing budgets an
legislative recommendatiens tor,
submiss'or te Congress v early v
next year, rhe President probb-
- ly will be joined in Augusta fremj
,0 -tim Administration!
otfieia Is for pr sing : business
f;There Is We of this type of ofV
ficial visitation in Augusta than at
most presidential vacation sites
hecause the Chief Executive'! -Georgia
trips usually: come in the
spring and fall -when preparations
are beinz made tnr r.nn ffraii Air
when the -Bouse and Senate are it
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