The Panama American

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02738

Related Items

Related Items:
Panama America


This item is only available as the following downloads:


Full Text
Tta&rrisaaud Library
- Cr;s',", Traath "'-

, mm flues
lo i:ev yom
AND TO SAO PAULO
glQ BUENOS AIRES I

r

: M kdbe:db3 HIS 21

O

"Uil It'

rn i j ri

I jj

(4th xEAB -3-.: -V" -W: "- i "...

i v r W : i I .1 .'..: ..... : 'yf ,. j rr Ti.,. 1 ; 'i -r 7 Iff.;. R"-:t. V'

gSSSSTSw to his seeVeY7or the r of
hP ifl8-59 Panama Pro League baseball season. Looking on at
52 nwntai-' ame ciremonles which took place last night at
th! PaS Olympic Stadium are (left to right) Pro League
&5SfKi? Ajangor.Marlboro

club' president Angei Grimas
4-1 BCore.,
Oidiimers Give

Construction, Era Mementos

(.- ft:
Several mementos of thaC.
nal instruction era have ee
dpnatei to the Canal Zne :
wv ..ir.it.nre 'duTing ;ne
. teum Trpntennlal

. iheoaore housckvi ,

. observance lasvcc .- -v
.: some unique gifts Wre pre
? .ntA iv Stephen LatchWO,

! rr tonkins anou'i

Wn. Medal
ijvbo was mw --
elebration. lasi
. the istnmiau.v "7:- nvoll
' waa taken pont t
Bive -tQ locate any
the construction period
HaojsaflonAteflnng
wIne tw'Svswhen lt sd
penwy.vu-....-- ln.
' cludinr those ofTMaj. Chester
Harding, wno d
ernor of the Panama Canal, ana
MaJ Xdwit Jadwin who became
chief, of 'engineers, fter his
work Irt hullding the
A third memento of the ariy
construction days (ltlfijf
Latcaforct was a. souvenir prJ prJ-ffrarrf
ffrarrf prJ-ffrarrf Issued' on the occasion 01
i lSW dinner at -the Tivoli in
honor ofJ; Holcombe then
chief ',of the Municipal Engineer Engineering
ing Engineering tttvlsron';
The guest list Included three
names of ''His Boys''-who gave
the dinner in hi honor, who re re--
- re-- turned .for the Centennial cele-'-
bratibn. ' v
In Addition to Latchford, these
werelCol..Dan E. Wrightrwho
: later became municipal engineer,
and Paul M. Tebbs, now of Har Har-xlsburg,
xlsburg, Har-xlsburg, Pa.; who was employed
by the Isthmian Canal Commis Commission
sion Commission from 1907 until 1913.- .V. ?.
The dinner menu- featured
mirh Sishes as Ancon turtle soup,
t A noca roast .turkey, Brazos
Brook, asparagus, and Pedro Mi Miguel
guel Miguel Jelly."-
Jenkins presented the mtseum
with asunique glft flne of.I.CC.
brass checks. used throughout
the construction period for Idenr
t) ticaticm of employes. Jfwas one
of "f our "given to the vinuseum,
the others were aonatea, anony-
er, matteri
1 r; The--.:
June's Bench
inocenclo' iRojas, 3Si Panama
n.-was fined $10 by Judge
. ihn E. Demlng at Balboa Ma
.ctrfttes Court today ior ariv ariv-V
V ariv-V without a license He was
O' fined $3 for having no
"nrtshifiia feticker.
Austin Evxerett Tousaslnt, ,83,
putiamanlan. narked his taxi
in a iplaqe other than a park parking
ing parking tand and netted a $5 fine,
, The Judge entered' a Verdict
of "not guilty on Austin Au
gustus Murdoclc, 38 Panama
nian," wno was wtuuaeu paifc-

on
"Tioadr.

a bus stop on uiaDio

XeL Panama 2-0915

..... r X. J.
Marlboro beat Carta Vieja by a
CZ Museum
W'mjtai ihprlt sriven bV Jen
tinsa f'trn T' of its series ana
wvvi W"" o .. .4-
h said tnat tne jno. i tuci
was given to President William
Howard aait pyHa ioruiei wu-
tniftinn-jlaV PITlDlOVe, l
The brass check was circular
nrf acrordine to Jenkins, t, wa
one I ft, series issued 10 ui
Spanish contract workers,, uur uur-mg.he
mg.he uur-mg.he early construction prriod
mptal f hecks of varying sizes
and shapes were issued to differ different
ent different groups of employes.' Later
the system was standardized.
The other three checks given
by Oldtimers were of a later vintage-
Two of these are diamond diamond-shaped
shaped diamond-shaped metal checks w and the
third is. 'star-shaped; All three
frefe Issued during the time the
Canal was0 being built and are
stamped "Jsthmlaij Canal Com-
uuaaiuu. l -,
The metal check of the con
struction period was an impor
tfrnU thing for an employe.
It-was used for-Identification
to buying in the commissaries,
eating at the mess halls, sleeping
in thP ICC. hotels, and on
mbnt occasions as collateral fox.
loans, .-.-.
Hev Chief Of Staff
1 L
A'rrivss Tomorrow
Aboard Gibbins
f Tii-ii? Gen. James W. -Coutts
new chief of staff of the Car Car-ihbpan
ihbpan Car-ihbpan Command,, will arrive
ln -the Canal -Zone tomorrow
aboard the USNS iSlbbins, the
commana jicnuua wfa,
"-.The general will be jnet at
rinrkside in Cristobah by Brig.
Ptpti 'Georee F. Schlatter, who
has been chief of staff of the.
unified commana since uci; i,
and lst-Lt. William P. Pannejl,
aide to the chief -of 'staff.
, J -1, ''y
''The dockside welcome will be
brief, and without special cere
mony at me request 01 me
general wno wni:;immeaiai,t;i 1
assume his aupies as cniei ui
the Joint Army, Navy and Air
Force staff at the commana
headquarters at quarry Jieignw.
coutts. like .'his new com
mander Oaither, is one of -the
Army's, early paratroopers and
during his 28 year of s? rvice,
since graduating from the, U.S.
Military Academy at West Point
in 193?, has served in a wide
variety of .command, and staff
assignments ? ana in comgakA
. prior to his aslgnment to Car
ihhpan Command, y he com
manded the U.S. Army Forces
Antilles ahd the Military Dis
trict of Puerto Rico since Marcn
1B57. Before that he was 'deputy
commanding general at Fort
Jarkson. SC.
''' starting Monday, coutta win
begin a series 01 oniciai cans,
staff briefings and visits to
military activities in the Canal
Zone. A reception for tne uen
eral will t be given by Gaither
and his wife att Albrookr- Air
Forcer Base Officers' Club, Nov.
25.;; Vv-v'' :J.. ,n'V,y,-,
, Mrs CoutU and their three
children .will Join the general
lri the Canal Zone ln early Jan January!
uary! January! They will resident Quar
ters 2 on ,the Post of Quarry

1 Heights.;

Xi the people
ZONE KIDS MOB

East i(iraiis-Wari

1 : rTT; r; r 1

HORROR FILMS FOR LATE DlABLO

; Canal Zone children are devel developing
oping developing a. taste for horror .. films,
according to statistics of attend attendance
ance attendance at a recent spine-chilling
movie showing at Balboa Thea Theater.
ter. Theater. Apparently the more the
kids squirm to terror, the more
they enjoy themselves.
Wednesday night -and last
night, Balboa Theater showed a
science fiction movie called "The
Fly"; a horrific," blood curdling
film 'in Cinemascope depicting a
scientist who turns himself into
a creature with a fly's head.
The theater management
were careful to emphasise in
the advertisements "This film
is too gruesome for children.
Apparently this was the best
advertisement they could have
Ahmit. halt or the tickets sold
a .v. Irlrtnlaa
were half-price children's tick ticket
et ticket cm Wednesday. 300 children
flocked In out of a toiai audi
ence of about 50. Last Tiignj:,
ust over 10O children sniverea
ftmoniT 200 adults.
Adults.; who saw uu mm
that many of the youngsters
were' in the high school age
group -but there were a numoer
of small children wh sat
scrunched nip in their seats-,
hand to mouth' and ,wide-eyed,
llajipnal Assembly'
Amends 'Ittp''
I ,11 L- f '-r-V
m ampTirtmRnt to an edmlnis.
tBfinn-nrminRP.d bill bV the Na.
t4n,ni pmbiv last night
brought charges by the opposi
tion Liberal Party mat us a.
too Agreement", naa Deen viu
lated, s J ;.4'
'.Tv"'iimpndment modified' a
provision which would have bar barred
red barred the-officials and members of
tK xratinnft tiuara iroiH rss-
ing In any sort of commercial ,ac-
1ha nHMnftl wording1 ff the
provision was retained, but the
Assembly votea ui
which limits the members of
the National Guard from partici
pating m a commercial
prise only if "its activities ': or
services rendered by, the enter enterprise
prise enterprise has any direct or indirect
relation to the position held in
the NationalGuard or when the
exercise of such a position could
exercise Influenc over the. suc success
cess success of such' activities of serv services."
ices." services." .
Debate on the amendment,
wwirn tea tiassed bv a 36-to 10
vote,-brought a heated exchange
between government Assembly Assembly-iatv
iatv Assembly-iatv Alfredo Aleman. Jr., and
opposition lawmaker Alfredo Ra.
mlrpa . : :
The' bill in- question Is part of
a series of measures' wnicn ine
trnvprnmpnt had agreed to pre
sent in an effort to appease, the
students during last May a un
passe.
President Vetoes
BiiLTbTiflhteri
Airline Control
president Ernesto de la Guar-
dla, Jr., yesterc-av 1 vetoea a
nvpm.nl hill aimed at es
tablishing controls .. on routes,
schedules, and fares of Inter International
national International airlines operating ,ln
Panama. v r. v
In his- veto vmessage,
president explained that the
government has-been contem contemplating
plating contemplating the preparation of an
Aviation coae aimea at reBuiav reBuiav-ing
ing reBuiav-ing the whole issue of air oper operations.
ations. operations. He asked the -National
Assembly, to limit the proposed
legislation to farts only.
The Mil wnicn was passea vy
the Assembly was Intended to
amend the law which establish established
ed established ft Civil Aeronautics Author Author-itv
itv Author-itv im 1049.
In addition to controllng
routes, schedules and fares, the
bill also -contemplated the reg
ulation of itineraries, mant ire-
quency and the number cr'seats
which should be available on
each flight: It also estaollshed
that no foreign airline should
have any advantage over any
local' airline.
The Assembly turned over
the vetoed bill to the Commit Committee
tee Committee oa Government. -1 ,

knote the truth and the

PANAMA, Ri tU FRIDAY,

"THE FLY- BUT THEY V0N'T GET

terrified but relishing every us us-petiseful
petiseful us-petiseful moment and gruesome
detail:
Theater management statea
that it is not a policy to ban
children from any 'show, but a-
dequate warning is given 01 tne
type of film so that parents can
do their own censoring.
"The Fly. which -was taxen
from a science fiction dook. oy
George Langelaarn, told the sto sto-rv
rv sto-rv At a scientist who discovers a
way to disintegrate matter and
re-create it. When he tries to
rtisintearratK himself a nousejiy
settles on him and when he is
re-created he has the nys neaa
and one arm and the ny rues a a-way
way a-way with a minute human head.
1 Eventuauy, .tne scienus
wife has to press utto and
crush the- thing her husband
ha 1iimi
Tt. vi described in the studio
"blurbs" as an intriguing, spine spine-chilling
chilling spine-chilling film and one that would
"scare the wits out of you.' It
with a nartlcularly terrible
shot of the housefly with a hu
man- head caught -W a apiaer s
web. althoueh the producer did
tnn kt snowing tne wenvuiv
. ,...l(.'..kilnTnA
htT, ten rv tne spiaer
v Teenagers nave Deen: oeggms
fim rrml rone theater manage-
mnt t. nut norror mms on w
lriidniorht r matmee '- -at, 'Diablo.
They aay (that they want to be
thrilled at mat time pi
11 ii'i.n..i: a .rh. .fi1.'' .'
. J fc-:v
Canal Zone1 police Issued'
warning- today about the num number
ber number of motorists who are violat violating
ing violating the law when theyovertake
anothef vehicle, .
-There is a regulation which
statea that when-ievertaking,
the car must returri to the right
hana-side of -the road v within
100 feet of n approaching
vVill '1 '
The warning was issuea ner
cause 01 an lncersaing y-
vainpK nf this type 01 caae
appearing at Balboa Magis Magistrates
trates Magistrates Court-
The polices believe that the
maVnrit.v fif motorists must be
ignorant fit the regulation. It
applies on all roads In th1; Ca
nal Zone eyen -wnen tne ruau
is wide enough to accommodate
three cars abreast.
, Today two casea or lniringe lniringe-ment'
ment' lniringe-ment' f the overtaking regula
tion were vheard today at Bal
boa Magistrates Court. Botn at attendants
tendants attendants were dealt with len
iently. -j 1
John Henry Francis, a, na
Arthur UreUohnson, both Pan Panamanians
amanians Panamanians were fined $10 each,
but payment of the finea was
suspended for six months pro providing
viding providing they do not commit the
offense again within that time.
Hong Kong Mission
Coming To Discuss
Trade With Panama
A : trade mission, sponsored; by
the Hong ICong Government ..will
srrive in Panama on Tuesday
a stay of one week. The mission s
ktiHM h Kwnk Chan. O.B.E.
prominent businessman, wno is
also a member of the Hong Kong
Legislative Council and manager
of the Hong Kong Drancn w wie
Banque de l'lndochine. '
other mftmDeri lncmne i.
Sorby, assistant director- of com
merce and industry, and P, V. Bo
Besides, meeting the Minister of
Foreign Affairs and the Minister
of Agriculture, 1 Commerce of In In-dn!trip.
dn!trip. In-dn!trip. thr mission's activities
will comprise a visit to tne t-oion
..." 1 . 11
Free' Zone; the race track, and a
trin tn Tahnea '-orfianized by- the
Panama Tourist Bureau. They' will
also attend. a drawing 01 tne na
tinnal Lottery. '
The mission will have meetings
with ih Chambers of Commerce
In Panama and Colon. The Pana Panama
ma Panama Junior Chamber of Commerce
will assist the mission during their
ttav in the Reoubllc. i '-id -.t'.1 :
Samples of Hong Kong products
and literature on Hong Kong will
be on display 1 at the Chamber of
Commerce building, Plaza de Po Po-rras,
rras, Po-rras, Panama. 1
Hong Kong does I lively. trade
with Panama and exports to t'nc
Republic ln 1957; totalled' nearly
$2,500,000.

country is safe' Abraham Lincoln,

NOVEMBER 195
SHOW FRIDAYS
Most of the audience at this
ir teenagers, and the manage management
ment management ) Jias no' Intention of
granting their wish. They will
vstilf gtt -westerns and, put up
wrth it.
Horror -films are only put on
mid:week"when, as was pointed
out today, -"The children ought
tot be1 doing their homework."
There ,ar special children's
shows:; Balboa on Saturday
morning and at Diablo on Sat
urday afternoons. ;
Said a Canal Zone official w
today: .v t
"Th midnight matinee ;
attended mainly by the 14 to
18 age group. It performs a
good service because It is bet-;
ter the kids in. a picture'
show than in town drinkingH
whiskey. But there ar going
to btf no horror films."; 5
Business Vehicles
From RP Got f ;:
CZ Inspecilcns
Th annual lnsoection of com'
mercial vehicles 'licensed in the
RMHiblie of. Panama' which.-. oper
ate in tne canai one wui Degto
Monday. Pec., i. 4 and eonunue
through TJanoary.', v -A
reminder -na the. annual in
spection J)f motor vehicles 'has
been iued by the .Motor- Trans-
1porttio Division it ill far,- bus
nt trunc "own?r." j ae inpectimi
of c. -.I. 'd vehicle Lcnsed in
the Canal Zone will end Dec. 31
Owners -have been requested, to
have these Inspections made ear..
ly and avoid .a last-niinuts nisn
The vehicles are inspected t at
the Motor -Transportation Division
yards ia Ancon and at Bit. Hope
on the Atlantic -aide, Theinspec-.
tipn requires only; a abort .time
and' may be, dona any tune .dur .during
ing .during regular verkUrg 'hours.
vehicles are cnecKea.ior-conui-fion
of. brakes, lighU,,wndshield
wipers, window glass, and yanous
operating parts as. ,? reqiured by
canal Zone tramc reguiauons., 1
Vehicles satisfactorily., passing
inspection will ; be issuea wmo-
shield suckers.

i t "J & l' 'f : 1
i 1

fLlV VrtiWftl"6tfW1 1

"I CAN SWIM," yells eight
noni .t Balboa YMCA. This

He is crippled with cerebral palsy. This morning, a program was
started ior teaching disabled children to awlm. .Their coach is
U.-ArmycSgt. Wlllard.A.j. Reese of Fort Clayton. Watching
R.nnnle' and Reese as thevanlash around in the shallow. -end

are Sigurd Esser trignt), superintendent oi scnooia ana. iam
Wolf, coordinator of special education. 1 t ' y

v The swimming is part 01 a comprenensive program 01 eau eau-rot.inn
rot.inn eau-rot.inn iinrt theraDV for tshvsicallv and mentally handicapped

children. Transportation to and from the W pool is paid; by
the Committee of Aid to the Physically handicapped. The Army
has assigned Reese to the Job of instructor for one year. He
:wlll be working five hours a day, five days a -week at the pool,
r .. H sava that it Is the most reWardinr work he has ever

done. Many of the children

but in the; buoyant water, tney una tney can swimr
Reese holds top llfe-savlnct and water safety instructors'

certificates and 1 president of

injoms

Four-Day. Ban
On RRtiShips
- LONDON, Nov.'21(UP:-n-ion'
leaders of Britain's" ,100,000
dockers today deolded td black
list all ships sailing unaer-wnat
it called -"runaway flags."
The ban' wm operate )ec, 1
through V an. anpouiicemnt
here saio. v
. i'. j. f -'"-''
The ban brings Britain in
line with the worjdtwide ban
en flags of convenience for the
i oar day period
.The international Transport
Workers Federation ordered the
ban at all ports throughout the
world. It applies- to ships plying
the Panamanian, Liberian, Costa
Rieatt' and Honduran Hags.
- A statement issued following a
meeting of the Union side of the
national Joiftt -ounc,il for the
port transport' Industry said the
declslori was "unanimous."
About 15 ships flying "runaway
flags arrive lit British ports ev every
ery every wiek.
.British: ahlpplng employers
were notified, of the union, deci
slon this- afternoon, -
NY; Firn Offers
$16 r.Hl!onnp,
'Lehman Brotners sn'
group of bankera today effer effer-i
i effer-i $16,800,000 RepnWie f Pan Panama
ama Panama 4.80 peneent external se secured
cured secured bonds oM95, due April
, I 19M. Offering price js 101.17
'and the yield is approximately
. 4 7S per cent te maturity.
r1 The bankers re pathtg
100.17 percent. The net cost to
Panama U 4.79 percent. Inter Inter-est
est Inter-est and sinkmg. fund install installments
ments installments ta retire the issue at
maturity are t come from
$l,000,00fr ef the $nS0.OOO an annual
nual annual payment hy he roiten
States for Vi and occupancy
of the Canal Zone.
mil 1 11 m mmittrtfuiXuimat'
year old Ronnie' Sellers from.ttw
-is some achievement for -Ronnie.
are completely helpless .on land,
. the 1 Panama Skin Diving Club.

' 1

CANADIAN

wnicmr

Must Negotiate
Or Else About

Berlin

Lifelines

RFRItKI Klnv 71 niPH

bluntly warned the West that East Germcm wldierswilli
take over Western allied lifelines from isolated Berlin toK
the west. ; ;. v'
He said if the Western powers want to keepitheir

routes to the'eiry open they
vserman guvernrnenr.
The threat was made last

deputy chief of the Communist Party's agitation and pr0 iU
paganda department. 1 r
In 1 August, Ga., the vacation White House today,'iri .. i
the fdee of Russian threats to. upset the four-power; oc- '),
cupation of Berlin, said that the Americair government ,4
will persist in its "firrrt intention'' to'maintdin the Intel- ij

grity of West. Berlin
This new statement of

forces to reinain on' the scene in Germany come after

President Eisenhower, in Auousta on' 0 golfing holirjqy.

conferred by telephone with
tense Berlin situation.,, ,
"The President and ouif gov gov-emment
emment gov-emment are keeping in'-' close
touch with the situation tn Ber
lln, ahd also, as a government,
lcrn1nff in close touch with the
eovernment V ok), the 'United
Kingdom and, the Republic of
France press secretary James
C Hagerty said in Augusta.' ',
"This la not a' "unilateral prob problem
lem problem for us alone, bat -a problem
that concerns our, two allies a
well'' he said. '
"Snflnkinir for the United
States governrrient, pointing out
also that this is i-bmuu
whr nur allies are being close
ly consulted, this is a situation
where our firm Intentions in
West Berlin remain unchanged,"
Sindermann spoke in Cast
Berlin's house of German-Soviet
friendship on the meaning
for the city of Soviet Premier
Nlkita Khrushchev's plan to
annul Western occupation
rights hi Berlin.
Sindermann said if the West
ern power want to travel to
Berlin tney win nave w uw
tiate with the East German gov government
ernment government and deal with authori authori-Um
Um authori-Um nf the East German Peoples
Army at border checkpoints.
Then in a vague uircav wu"-"
he did not explain ne
"Khrushchev nas sua enuum
card up his sleeve."
mhacorinTs to live capitals
have been recalled to Bonn for
consultation on tne enm
it ma announced today.
The ambassaoors are nans
Kroll in Moscow, Wilhelm Qrewe
n WiuiMnston. Hans von nw.
marr tn Titnrlnn. Herbert Blan
kenhorn in Paruana Manirea
7 J
Klaiber in Rome.
' Meanwhile foreign diplomatic
sources In Washington said to-i
day Russia has told West Ger German
man German Chancellor Konrad Ade-
hauer it is wunng to give up
it occupalton rights in East
Berlin in -the Interests ol re relaxing
laxing relaxing world tension.
They said Soviet ambassador
to Bonn, Andrei Smirnov,, told
Adenauer at their meeting yes yesterday
terday yesterday that the Kremlin, with-;
in, the next iew flays wouia
Send formal note to the Unit
ed States, Britain ana. France
suggesting replacement of the
four-power occupation status m
the old uerman capital.
Amerl can ernciais nave
pledged the United : States
would stay in Berlin and keep
ita traffic corridors open no
matter what the Russians or
East Germans do.
It was expected the 'Rus 'Russian
sian 'Russian note would be rejected
instantly,' and In harsh tertns.
Smlrnov'a sugar-coated 'ap-
nroach td the matter did. -not
include any mention of specific
nlans to give tne East German
Communists definite authority
in the Red-ehclrcled city, dlpio
mats said.
But it was .impucrt in nis
constant references to the "sov
erelgnty'of the German TJemo-
cratic ; (Communist) Republic.
, The Moscow newspaper i
vestia today reaffirmed Soviet
intentions to hand over admin
istration of Berlin to East Ger
many. k
in an
article 'written byN
Polyanov,v the government or-

J

A rnmmunUr leader lifll'
must xiegotiate with the EaUr
. ,k
night by Horst Sindermann
determination for American,:
Washington officials on the f.

statua'.-ln Berlin 'la-'aarurgeni.

gan said, "normalization of tnt .'
tasK not ''only "for -the ftermaa,.

peopia but ier'aa-oi- aurpp- j
"Isvestla- chararterbed thr v
American reaetlon t tha o.
' yiet decision to denounce the, -Potsdam
agreement as ''sea.-,-!
dalout.v, routine brlnksman- -ahip.
' 1 f vfc 1 1
'In the age .of Sputniks, see
retary of state John Foster
Dulles Is behaving like an old -,
fashioned duellist... but a ': ':-threatening
threatening ':-threatening tone Is not capable
of shaking Soviet determina-
tion to undertake such meas-

ores in Berlin which will, be

useful for consolidation of
peace ln Europe." t- v'

News of- the Russian action
stirred 'new fears of a Ber- -'l
Un blockade and touched off
a near panic in West German .
business circles. Stocks fell
sharply en' the Frankfurt ex- .",
change and one source re 4
ported heavy withdrawals by ":
IVest German firms with,
branch bank accounts in Ber- :
Bn.- ' :1
A West German government -1

spokesman said the Russians t

were waging a ;"very serious"
diplomatic offensive against ,

Berlin but added he did not
believe there was anv '-scute
danger" ior the city. A

At about the same time," west
Berlin Lord Mayor Willy Bi.,dt, i
speaking to the Berlin city-par
llamept, warned that the ";ius- -sians
would be risking a gen-
eral war if they attacked, West
Berlin. .,
Felix von Eckardt, West Ger -'
man press chief, told an- n
scheduled news conference ;"'
"The diplomatic offensive

whlcn. the Soviet Union" 'hal
started against Berlin ..is very

serious. But I do not believe

that; .there is. acute danger for

the city." He added that he
Wished to emphasize that he
had Used the word "diplomatic'

Von Eckardt refused to' an

swer all questions concerning

the place, time and type of ac .'.
tlon the Soviets told Adenauer :

they planned on grounds he ?

was not lnfqrmed on these ;
points. V l"

He did say. in reply to cues-

tlons, that any Soviet attemnt

iff transfer" to East Germany
sovereignty of the three' air
corridors the Western allies use
in flying across the soviet Zone

to and from West Berlin "would i

constitute a danger for West
Berlin.- -
He added that he believed
the UJS.j British and French
governments shared this vlew.

, Most informed persons ex expected
pected expected the first demonstra" v
tion of the new status the
Russians propose- for Berlin

uuii pt mai woni mam 01
the land routes Unking "the
former ( German- capital with;
West Germany. 1
These links road. rail. and
canal -all pass through So-
vlet-eonirollea' c East German
territory for about 100 milea.
under :-l arrangements th at v

have' exlsetd since the war, ex-
cepf for the 1948-49 blockade :
or Berlin, Russian-soldiers, in
spect and stamp travel riocil.

menta of all American, Brltisa
or French trains, truck ; toa
voya or official cars.

4
If
1
4,



TH PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT. DART NIWSFAPE
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 195S

W-B TWO

-the Panama American
k OWNtO A NO tUOtlMEO e TH PANAMA AMERICAN PMSS. INC.
FOUNDED Y NIUON NUN1IVIU IN lilt
HARMOOIO ARIAS. CD. TO
13-37 H Stpect P. O. Box 134. Panama. R. of P
-." Telinoni SS-0740 IS Linwi
i Cale Adoress: PANAMIRICAN. Panama
a-COlon Orrieli l.17 Central Avinue between 12th and 13th Streeti
W rolN RfPECNTATIVES' JOSHUA B. POWERS. INC.
349 Maoion Ave. New York. M7) n. Y.

PER MONTH IN
advanck
Fo Six Month in Advance.
F One Yea in Advance

"J TH($ IS YOUR FORUM THI READERS OWN COLUMN
V
The Mh los is sr open forum for readers of The Panama American.
letter srt received gratefully and art handled hi wholly confidential
4 manner.
; If you contribute i lilttr don't be impatient if it deesn t PPar th
nest day. tartan arc published in tha order received.
Pleas try to keep th Utters limited to on paoo lentth.
f Identity of letter writen is held in strictest confidence.
5 This newspaper assumes no respORsibility for statements or opinions
expressed in letters from readers.
THE MAIL BOX

STUDENTS'
Sir.:-
l .on en, there i nnt much

held by "Reconsideration" (Mail Box, Nov. 15) regarding Panama
students and their efforts to run the government because he seems
to be well set in his ways.
I thought I had made it dear that I do not condone the fact
that the noisy, uncalled for, untimely but peaceful demonstration
was answered by bullets. Whatever indignation the students may
still harbor over the unfortunate events of last May is probably
justified, but, as I said before, whatever symapthy they may have
earned at that time they have since lost by puerile and brash ac-
"Reconsideration" is not quite right when he said that the stud students
ents students returned to classes last May be final that no improvements
had been made. If he would check a little closer he would find that
a number or schools had been repaired, several new classrooms
had been provided to cope with the growing school population and
new teachers had also been assigned.
I must admit, however, that quite a lot of repairs had not yet
been accomplished when classp resumed in Mav. But shouldn't
this have been left mainlv in the hands of the tax-pavine parents
whn havp s federation which is headed bv sober and responsible in-

, tJividnals?
.,-' Did the students help to
school prooertv whil fhev wrp

I '.'durino Mv nd acain recentiv?

t Srpkin of education"! facilities, a closer look tiv "Reconsid "Reconsid-rration"
rration" "Reconsid-rration" will reveal that Panama has ? cnmnsrativel low rare of
illiteracy and educational standard and fariWio and the amount
f monev aporooiated federation r relatively high as compared to
t nan'"' other T.stin Arpprlcan countries.
I sav. W tht student opfiv" tfip'r effort to their studio and
school activities in prr.r.tinri fr thei" piar 'n nd w't. "nt'l
the" have become fvii-flpripd iv.navin r;H7n hpfrr hp ?t.
temnr to rim th nvrwnvent. T '" "Rpc,r,-Mpratir" would
1 w tako Vinr"v to t m' nf h " i":.vp.old son nrdaughter
' telling him tow to run his home or his finances.
Patriot.

RIO ABAJO STREETS
Sir:
&, Rio Ab1o' 13 and 14 Strpets could not, be in wor condi condition
tion condition than 9t present. We residents bve asked for mud renairs,
jbut all we have otten Is nromises. We are havtn" lots o' r!n
In Ttn Ahain Thp trAPt hnvp mBnv lnrffp holes In which

f the water settles for many days,

It Is rjitKul to see preanant women nd school children
,,'flghtinsr their way across these lagoons, trtfng to get to a pre pre-t&at&l
t&at&l pre-t&at&l clinic or to school.

'..'.-. The people who live inthese streets are rent-navlne ten-.

tutus. Th" hous owners in turn na" taxes on their nronerues.
Cr owners on the street, pay their taxes on license plates, eas,
oll and tires All the'e taxpayers are entitled to the amenities
3helr taxes are intended to wrovlde. such as adenuate roads.
While we are still wjdtincr for te road-mendlne promises
to'be fulfilled we would annreriate It, if those sunnosed to be
4n charare of maintainlne the streets used some of the old as as-lalt
lalt as-lalt duff from streets eurrentiv under renalr In the city to fill
'jrP our Rio Abilo TMjtholes for the tlrr belnc
I' somethlnn- 1 not done phortt the situation soon, we will
$.111 have to travel to and from our homes in rubber boats or
iTCgyucos.
jsr Faithful Citizen

m2SV covering the infield
'!i Have he owners of the four basbn tesms In the Panama
' pro loon this "son ever s-rloti'!'" rorMred niacin p tarnsul-lrv-
over th InfJeM so that an"s coM b nlyed a soheriuled
Srfeentrf r'n' In tb' wy fans who have made plans to attend

The cost, nr the troaulin would be renain manv times over
bv 1"creasd ticket sn1" the far., react to t owners swit.rh swit.rh-1ni;
1ni; swit.rh-1ni; Trotn thpi- nreent strioti"-bir)nes approach to one involv involv-,fcllrig"consideratlon
,fcllrig"consideratlon involv-,fcllrig"consideratlon for the cash customer.
Baseball Fan

CPITFLATION?
Sir:
Aftr our good Gov William E. "otter If.'d down the .law
tn th Pnprra rnerchpnt re"Bro)nr their ambition to snare us
as a rrjtiv rn!rket. T am nvstKled to e one of hl nirh-ra"k-ine:
officer makinr what looks to roe like an uncondH'on! sur surrender
render surrender to these same ambitions.' Theodore Roosevelt Centennial
Week certainly provided some lntrest,lnr evidence of how we
Americans have deterlorpted since the old days when we "spoke
softlv but carried a blsr stick."
Th neonie of Venezuela a"d Pent spat on the future oresl oresl-dert
dert oresl-dert of th Tinlted States. anH v;p Americans fell on our knees
and beared for mercy. Thev finaiiv arred tn qu't "cutln"
our rountrv If wp pve them millions, which we gladly did and
thanked them for the privilege.
Rome' of the merchant Panama have snat metaohorl metaohorl-pllv
pllv metaohorl-pllv at our ovemor. Vstiona' A"mnlvmen have vlrtuallv
threatened Mm with trlel bv the World Court, so now one of
th :overrfr' rlht-hand man fives these businessman a partv
(Vrn, tih for if ?t rom'se them weeklv conferences. ari all
In 11 (In mv teronal viewpoint) bets for mercy In the name
of t1 rest of us 'mprlsns here on the 7one.
T for 0"" rio't want pnvonp be" the merohants for
mer'" o rnv behalf. And I would rather be consulted before
anyone did so
: T urjno T should hp thankful that those who capitulate
gn psilv are ripaH"" onl'" with rjpnny-ntp affairs down here,
r'ther th?n hpi"- allowp'i to meddle with big stakes, such as
those put up by Russia and China.
Ashamed American

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

I 8!r:
I Tieer seaon hevlns here todav, Nov. 16, t unrie. But "s
I It's Puntpv th pme varden moved it up to Nov, 17. So the
1 poor k.i-, j,p,j a rlpv rf pracp.
Vpu have o se the an'ler before you shoot. A fw vear
2, Mo a hunter h'ouht In a freak spven-noint doe and didn't
J have to pay ftp-. The fault w- with tV deer.
J 1 A"von wirtlnB to see ? collection rf horn should visit
i the Buck Horn here, said to havp thp hiirepst collection known.
1 H'tps p-o from one to ekht oolnt. iTiey have more horns of
J p" Vinri known, from a slncle one In the center of the animal's
3 forevad to that o' the largest buck on record.
X Frank Is ready to he on his way at 4 n m.
if Mt st"nt In no better, ond mv card list will be limited.

i Judv Parana writes o' her trio to Ecuador a trin I have al al-wava
wava al-wava wanted to make. When In Poquete I listened to a pro program
gram program from therp bv a relWou eroun.

J R"i1o say, temneratnre down to 56 a Alnlne, a short waV
T.-t of here. It's snowing east of the Rockies but seldom

mcr here.
If Frank don't pet his buck
Watches

.:;.

g bo J w
IS SO 24 00
PRETENSIONS
DOint 111 trying 10 cnanue uie views
remedy th situation bv destrovine
holed up in the National Institute
like a sWlnqr of lakes.
will let you know by first mail.
Pop Wright

Walter Winchell
In New York

MAN ABOUT TOWN
The Sophia Loren-Carlo Ponti
noneymoon baby talk became
lightning and thunder last week week-Intimates
Intimates week-Intimates report he is very sau
over the.r "many differences". .
Mrs. Billy Rose (Joyce ittainews,
Hew to Mexico to think things o o-ver.
ver. o-ver. .Suzy barker has returned
to modeling. .Audrey Meadows
is table-ior-twooing with ABC ex exec
ec exec Arm and Grant while waiting
for her decree. .Bill.e Holidays
separation from husband Louis
McKay is now professional as well
as emotional. .The Douglas Au Au-cfunclosses
cfunclosses Au-cfunclosses are imaging, he's wiin
Time. She was an editor at Mo Mo-Call's.
Call's. Mo-Call's. .Mane Callas' most au
gary offers came from the Vegas
spots. This woman needs an agent
. ."Madam" Bea Garfield, who
was given 60 Days, w.as quietly
sprung from gaol on Nov. 3rd. .
In her next film "In Case of
mergency," Miss Bardot will be
seen leaving her bath and not a
towel in sight.
The Internationals: Russian no novelist
velist novelist Boris Pasternak should oe
grateful for small favors. If 10
years of life is a small one. .The
Nobel Prize Winner at least es escaped
caped escaped the fate of 450 other Jewisn
writers and artists, massacred in
1948 by the Stain Khrushchev
mob. .Helene de Crespo, British
beaut with Old Vic, married J.
Leider, young produce tt Olel Olel-gud's
gud's Olel-gud's 'B'way-due "Ages Of Man"
by Shakespeare. .While Kenneth
Tynan acts as guest drama cnuc
for The New Yorker, John Osborne
author of "Epitaph for Geo. Di Dillon,"
llon," Dillon," plnch-nits for Tynan on The
London Observer. .Sarah Chur Churchill
chill Churchill planning to wed barr.ster Lio Lionel
nel Lionel Murtagh, who represents her
father?
Liz Taylor reportedly wants
Todd's resting place changed from
Chicago to Hollywood after the
traditional year. Mike's kin are
protesting. .Sateveposter Dean
Jennings, who fathered an article
about Mickey Cohen, has gone
South to irk Mr. Cohen's process process-servers.
servers. process-servers. .Kathy Nolan has her
first full-length balck diamond
minkoat. Says she bought it her herself
self herself so he can look herelf traigiu
in any mirror ... When Martha
Raye married her 5th (Ed Begley)
she said: "This is for keeps". .
When she married her 6th last
week she didden say nuttin'. .It
a son for the Gerald V. Beattys
at Mt. Sinai. Papa is a police policeman
man policeman at the 110th Precinct. .Hilde .Hilde-garde,
garde, .Hilde-garde, the Persian Room star,
can't deny that all those vases of
roses in ner suite came from a
French-Canadian suitor.
The famed Lake Placid Club
(in the Adirondacks) has been
tilting with authorities in defense
of its discriminatory polices. .It
admit its bigotry but insists he
law doesn't require it id admit
people they bar. ..Several big
names will be embarrassed if the
club s membership is made public
They include an official of Mayor
Wagner's cabinet, a leading mid
west newspaper publisher, a New
York nightclub owner, a long-time
male Hollywood star and a for
mer heavyweight champion. .This
club is a public resort hotel which
pretends it is a private club in
order to get around the law about
discrimination.
Count "Baby" pignatari's long long-kisstance
kisstance long-kisstance calls are to Mary Vesh.
long stemmed showbeaut at the
Bal Tabann. .Joree Guinle's
friend (who looks so much like
Zsa Zsa) is model Vicki Lake. .
Nan Whitney wishes the press to
Know mat sne never met "Socks
Lanza, seen in the photo showing
her at the same night club table.
That she was there with show-biz
friends, and he joined the group
just for the picture. She was never
his girl-friend, she adds, and would
the boys on the papers please be
beve her. .Don't be amazed if
ex-Dodgers star Jackie Robinson
becomes a Harlem political star.
The Democrats may invite him
via the Borough of Manhattan pre presidency
sidency presidency post. .Count Basie nas
Watches

:MNMgWCNVVOflLD; A I It WAY ft. tlSTgM

been trying to outsmart the gam

oiers lor
m year witn disasixous
ClUtK.
In all the fracas between the
Met and mitt c.Uas, io-cilieu
music expeTis (comtnenong on the
event) torgot to inemon mat her
role in "iviacoetn" is as oemanu-
mg and heavy as "ivleuea" uis
roie sne sang in Dallas ana that
iwie sang V 'iraviaia" loui- uays
beiore hne sang "Aieaea . rra rra-vidia''
vidia'' rra-vidia'' iMiug laie rote wiiich set on
Uie sparKs. .It is also interesting
to noe Uiat tne "aiways torreti
In. x1. Times still reiers to la la
lias as "urooiuyn-oorn." She was
inu'ouucea to ner patents in upper
toannauan.
"Thin Man" i-eier lawford and
his XV wile Phyllis lurk maxe
love) Ike mad.ior the viewers,
put naraiy talk, otl-camera. .Ac
tress Karen bteeie ana uuud Boei-
ticner, Um director, have choked
iupiu io ueaui, .Don t invue Dia Diana
na Diana liarrymorei and Butler Allies to
uieaattie menagcrie.,4i Charles
Kennys t singer' Anna :?busana
Mouam.a) are parenticipating
tneir first in' the summer. .Hem-ington-Rand
brass say that nearly
aii their scientists undergo analy
sis. It's part of their medical plan
in the brave new world, etc. .1)0 .1)0-vima
vima .1)0-vima gets her 150th cover with the
Dec. Harper's Bazaar. .Frede .Frederick
rick .Frederick Brisson has his 4th straight
a way winner in rieasuie ui
His Co." The others: "Pajama
Game," "Damn Yankees" and
"New Girl, In Town." Mrs. Bris Brisson
son Brisson (Roz Russell) is an investor,
too. .Roy Campanellas son, Dave
is one of the Deli-Chords, a rockn rockn-roll
roll rockn-roll quartet.
The Meg Myles-Cynthia Brooks
fist-tight over Chicago's Bill Dou Dougherty
gherty Dougherty (he owns the Black Or child)
was apprently lost by La Brooks,
who says she is marrying him. .
Variety critic Jesse Gross and his
wife Lynn Chalmer, actress, had
it dissolved in Alabama. .Com-
mercials are bigger'n ever. New
1 Ford commercials will have a cast
of 7. .A dozen main rales, the
others in the background. .Profits
for "the Music Man" (past 4 week
were a staggering $129,600. .John
McDonnell, mgr. of the swanky
Hotel Alrae, and former actress
Gean Denlse middle-aisle at St.
Paul's on the' 25th. .John Sorren Sorren-ti's
ti's Sorren-ti's good behavior got him free
from gaol a year earlier.
The beautiful Mrs. John Pochni
(nee Jean McCormick) confirmed
the long-time buzx that she would
try things without her husband.
Mr, Pochna is the lawyer for the

where your DOLLAR GOES FURTHER...
COLOMBIA .periiae Hie aasst purely Saanlifc ef all South American ceuntries.
OGOTA.. always rerrestiinfly ceel (like iprini time U. S. A.I. A dunning bleatl si the !.
werM 4 the mw are refleeta) in the rhittre, customs, and culture. Thoufh Spanish is the
native laatuefe, English apeaklnf travelers he no difficulty in making themsalve underttoexl.
Marvelous native dishes and the finest International cuisine. Recreation to please everyone t An4
don't miss th Salt Cathedral of Zlpiquira, uniaue In the world; eld pre-lolivar colonial buildings;
Simon lolivsr's heme; and Uguna Ouotavtta (sacred lagoon el the chibchas).
MCDILLIN. famous far it's orchids, Is one of the garden spots of Colombia with a balmy climate
yar-rund. ,.,.. ... ....
anamanlan knd U. S. Citisoni need ly Tom 1st Cards (good for 90 days) paMpwt not
'''.,:':f-: Consult your Travel Agent .'. ' '.
FLY NOW.AY LATIR ... r CH our Of fices

I Knew the New Chimney
Surprise You, Dear"

f.i CUT
1 l' "'mum if ac

richest man in the world, Paul
Getty, and for Onassis, the ship-
ping tycoon. .Mrs. Pochna re-

tawed 601 Rosenblatt to sue for Shubert theaters. .U s a ugtur.
separation here. Her husband cut tor the Art Stanleys. He's one of
off all her funds. .In reprisal, the Dancing Dunhills. "At Peck Me Me-Rosenblatt
Rosenblatt Me-Rosenblatt attached about half a morial (Bklyn). .Oh, no wond-

miiuon $ of Pochna assets. .The
fireworks are about to atomic.
Marie McDoand's former hus husband,
band, husband, Harry Karl, had a pretty
good trip to Vegas. Lost only $4, $4,-000.
000. $4,-000. In the past 7 years, they say,
he contributed over half-a-million
The Fontainebleau's La Ronde
lRo is bein8 enlarged 50 per
icui iu atcuiumuuaie ouiaua s pa patrons.
trons. patrons. Last year thev had to use
the ballroom and even then there
were riots. .John Shubert; son of

. 1 r
I A 5
-' v.. J
l V:,, 1

Cultured pearls ,j
for Christmas

Any woman would love
the soft glowing beauty
of these pearls.

c

MED ELLI N
Acrwa from Ik kfltlatlv faloce

THPOIWST AIHINI IN THI AMMCAS

Would
;

J. J., is the heir to the Shubert
c.uyae. He now reads all play
str.pis beiore allotting any of the
er! The XNJBC Ratings Expert s
Dr. Coffin. .It's a good thing
Anita Ekberg didn't come out of
her dress at that wild party in
Rome, Italy... Somebody might
have got hurt.
Watches

Gafa6lich

CINTRAt AMERICA'S
LEA DING J EWE L LERS
Across lit ChiSe Manhattan Bank

'ft

ride WASIIir.'GTON
Merry-Go -Round

ftSAfJE W VA'Tha lafust in.
tforatiui Sfhftnl tn K hlntvit nn
stands on ji hill just above the
i 4.4.1 A -B 4-. ;
iiiue wwa or usage. -If
you look down the valley from
that hill vnn ua'i vrlm cIikM
of stores and houses fewer Wan
luuo people most of them coal
miners and most of them out of
work. The town is grim and gray,
but not grimy. The streets are
stained with coal dust, but are not
unkemrrt. Ths store are nn tn
date. And there is an air of quiet
pride in the homes that nestle a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the brown West Virginia
hiUsides.,
Out of those hills have been
taken black gold that hat made
fortunes for soma nnenlat. thnncrh
not for the men who tunnel into
tne nius to bring it out- '..
The tipple of Pittsburgh Consol Consolidated,
idated, Consolidated, the biggest coal- company
In the world, controlled by former
Secretary of the Treasure Genres
Humphrey and the M e 1 1 o n s,
stands in the fsllpv hmll nur ths
Osage school.
from us uppie runs a conveyor
belt carrvine an endless stream nf
coal front th min. airn ids
hill to the Monongahela River be-
iuw. ;oi numan nana loucnes
the coal as it runs from mine
mouth to river barge. And be because
cause because it has cut labor costs, Pitts-
. , 1 ----
burgh Consolidated is running to
dav. Manv nther mine, m- rnt
Also lookinff down- frnm Dan op's
integrated, -now dynamited, school
you see tne wealthiest railroad per
mue in tne. world, the Monongahe
,
i?i -?eut.erow-,!,.!!sSCA0tt r"n
Over its fivp milea nf tnlr h
traveled more coal than on any
other railroad in the world.
me enaiess conveyor belt of
Pittsburgh Consolidated, plus the
recession, has cut its traffic snmp.
what, but its rails by are no
means rusty.
' MINE TRAGEDY
REMEMBERED
As you go to the school you also
pass the mine of R. M. Davis,
who once walked the streets of
Morgantown without a dollar in his
pocket, now is worth a million
And you also pass the mine of
Frank Christopher, where Osage's
worst mine traeedv took nlae in
1942. r 7
The wives and mnthpr nf Deo rb
still remember all too vividly the
long vigil, the awful silence, the 57
bodies wrapped in gunny sacks
carried out of the mine.
They remember and they com compare
pare compare that tragedy with the present
wreck of their school.;-
Osage has olwav iiwp1 nna
step away from tragedy. It boasts
- P Al. I A
some oi me ncnesi coal seams in
the world, yet poverty a 1 w a s
lurks in the background.
inside its lulls are galleries of
coal 80 rich that a man ran tnnri
upright, and mine veins nine feet
high.' Inside its hills the Pittsburgh
vein ano uie aewicmey vein run
parallel, above and below each
Other. SO that men ran mi no nna
vein while other men mine an-
ouier vein in the same hill, direct directly
ly directly underneath.
But DOVertv still nla cruse Ocuoa
It was from Scott's run that Mrs.
Roosevelt, in the dark depression
days, transplanted some, of the
mine families to her famous
Arthurdale resettlement. And it
was because of poverty that
Osage recently incorporated into
a community of its own thus giv giving
ing giving it some revenue from its own
liquor store.
If Osage money was to pour into
the liquor store on Saturday
nights Mayor, Stanley Solomon
ond the city council figured they
might as well get some of it back.
Osage was beginning to talk a a-bout
bout a-bout a new sewage system and
other up-to-date marks of a newly-incorporated
community when
someone entered the Junior High
School early Monday morning,
methodically laid a dose of dyna dynamite
mite dynamite in the front hall, carefully
ran a wire through the symnasi symnasi-um,
um, symnasi-um, broke a hole in the glass
over the gym door for the wire to
pass through, then from a safe

n

f mm

distance detonated the dynamite.

yinAiwiK rUAT TRICKS
I stnnrl in tha hu u.
Plosion took place. It wat much
hke the exploaioov 4n Clinton,
ienn.' ,v
'A huge, gaping lole had! been
blown lfl the iMnmlA (!,. A
bulge had be?n punched' in the
ceiling above.. Steel lockers whica
once Lned the' walla to hold boy s
and fiirl's sweater nH lunxkk.-
es were twisted and .mangled, .mangled,-good
good .mangled,-good only for .the junk heap.
qiw w concrete naa been torn
looser Steel bars which once re reinforced
inforced reinforced the concret now lotted
out from the wails. Broke glass,
plaster, dust was everywhere.-
Meniere r paUenOy shovelinf
tne debris intn uihiih
tninUif it out of the building.
wuum lase jong umi to clear
a wy the wreckage and estimate
the damage. . v
InCICS It Will nlSlI hAVAA tsrii-Pt
everything in a room, but leave
wuq uujecv unioucnea. in the Osage
school it played particular havoe
With the neatintr Hnt. Th. .,,.u
I .... v wv. lug luou
of air from the explosion had
broken and twisted them -into
weird ahapes. The air coming
tnrouen thn hrtins A ii a v.. j
w- t, u M v B u-u
blown one leg each off of two
.u n v 1CK CSWll OH OI TWA
sewing machines in the home
EP f A9 U1C I1U11IO
econnmiri iwm Ku- if
legs intact. 1
Tn tha IPian.A
Hip a liook. It was "Our Environ-
1-. uwa. av wa vur environ-
;S?.?n': w.we Use and Control
lit" by Wood nrl rrrunto.
The mine owners of Osage have
been usina the wealth nf ht
..... v b
vironment for years and the peo people
ple people of Osage recently had been
trying to control their environ
ment, iney had made some pro progress.
gress. progress. But they had not been abli
to control hate.
X.
Beside the honk
?"t?ker ,.maIked larS inked
letters "Fortney." A student
wamea io De sure his sneaker,
were not stnlnn Rut j
reckdned without dynamite. The
explosion nad blown his other
shoe to oblivion.
Alano1 with t fn tk i. t.-:
had eone the Arinr-atinn f thV
children of this grim, gray kittle
town nestled in the brown hills of
West Virginia.
tifFACT
Th urnrrt 'apnrpmv,, Is d-
tived from thi olive grove of
Academe, the name given to
the philosophic school founded
by Plato, situated in the sub suburb
urb suburb of the Ceramicus on the
river Cephissus about a mile
northwest of Athens. It was
said to have belonged to the
ancient Attic hero Academus.
Plato taught at the "Academe"
for approximately 40 years un until
til until his death in 348 B.C.
C Encyclopedia Britannia
Watches

" 'l

L 'V m, a.

SWIMMING POOL

CHEMICALS

TO KlIF
-
YOUI fOOl

SAFE
AND

SAIIITARY

Distributors.'

: Tel. 3-2323
LA LOCERIA, PASADENA
one half block to the, left of tha
National Brewery's main gate)

ghl



FRIDAY, KOTEMBEH !l 1951

TBT PANAMA IMEBICAlf 'lir LNUYF&NlJgSf PAItTSrWSTAPE

-------

j OA uovitt-msYision, (
J 7 1 by Enkint JoIiiism HI

.:.
HOLLYWOOD-NE A) Behind
the Screen: Audrey Hepburn a
" K love with a wonderful guy and
Ih an "About Time" note lor the
'.Vwrfh of the-land, "If V?.'
Little "Audrey Iinafly nag a
wonderful YOUNG GUY Tony
"'Perkins. -. .-i-
v For a while, 'considering tne
ge of her past screen lovers,
Audrey was a pin-up girl only
for the Serutan set and male
movie fans of her age must hae
- been wondering if they ; should
boy Do-It-Yourself Wrinkle kits
, to impress, tbeir gals.
HE FILM PUTTING, Audrey
In young Tony's arms is ."Green
Mansions," MGM's version of the
old adventure ? classic in which
she plays .a strange,, ethereal
creature who lives in a South
American "fog"; jungle, r
It'a a long hair, no shoes,
torn-dress role for Audrey. While
she plays peek-a-boo in the for forest
est forest with Tony, who is menaced
by hostile Indians, snakes- ana
other 'deadly creatures including
Lee J. Cobb. Audrey's husband,
Mel Ferrer, tossed out MGM s
i,n.tim, mianB to film the story

as a fantasy aid is directing the
classic as realistic, high adven

ture "believable fantasy- are
Audrey's words for it.

.'4

which will photograph up to 300

degrees. .-. .Dick 'Powell about

the future of TV: "TV has! t

started yet and 1 don't see how

anyone can atop pay-TV." .The

Keenan Wynns "together again"

after: a brief separation..' .Rock

Hudson's recently divorced wife,

Phyllis, -going back to school.

She s planning a college session

to study philosophy and psycholo

gy. .Linda Christian dating ten

nis star Jean-Noel Grind a in

France. . That sign in a Holly
wood cafe:

"Unaccompanied females and

unaccompanied males please

remain unaccompanied.",
v - 1 1,
Scandinavan Pad

Georgia Detective Hopes To Save
Girl Whose Family Bans Doctors

Eye Of Kremlin
COPENHAGEN. Nov. 21 (UPI)

The Kremlin has decided to re revive
vive revive the idea of a Scandinavian

defense pact, in an effort to de detach
tach detach Norway and Denmark from

NATO and "neutralize" the Scan
dinavian bloc of nations, an oust ousted
ed ousted Communist said today.

PERKINS MAKES his singing
debut in the film, warbling a
love ballad to liis own six-stnng
oiiitaT- apcnnmaniment. and he's

laughing: . '

"I can't sing ana i can i i
ho miitar but I'm sweating lty

Audrey's one ? dress wardrobe
for the role is an eyebrow lifter.
The dress, as filmy as lingerie,
had no zippers and no buttons-
Just two arm holes and slit for
her neck. "It's a sack," laughs
Audrev. "and I do mean a

SACK.'

4EY THERE, you agujg mov movie
ie movie idols still trying to act young younger
er younger than springtime on the screen.
Now hear this:
At 70, Maurice Chevalier has
as many teen agers as oldsters
flinninff over his gineins and his

rfeliffhtful actine in "Gigi". and

he's not a bit bashful about the
answer to "Why?"
Turning on that happy smile
for me, Maurice said:
?"i nlav men of mv own age

ad ft -pleases the, young people."

Thnr'a -another wise wora

from, tba gay fellow, Who k glad

he's not young anymore, about
"Gigi" and its songs sweeping
the country it's No.-,l in record
-- albumK sales; "JX ha become, a
oUdettccesaausaitudio
didn't give it ai big hysterical

Miah. Theirs 3ettins if Brtw on

people, -That's ;been my career
secret, too. 1 don't push. I juH
let people warm up- to me."

HOLLYWOODITES Are 'Talk

ing About: Errol Flyhn's gada gadabout
bout gadabout life while wife Patrice Wy-more-
sings for her supper in
night clubs and says. "I don't
Want a divorce.", . .Lucille Ball
and Desi Arnaz opening their De De-ilu
ilu De-ilu studio restaurant to the pub-

lie. It's the first time tourists

hava been able to crash a Hoi

lvwood studio with a "Welcome"

smile from the cop on the gate

A LONDON newspaper offering

Anna Kashfi $100,000 to teU the

atory of the breakup of her mar marriage
riage marriage with Marlon Brando. "I
would not lower myself," she
says. About the forthcoming di divorce,
vorce, divorce, -she is saying.
"I want to get it over as soon
-as I can so I can rearrange my
life,to face the future,"
ThY dAYOF; wrap-around mo movie
vie movie screens becoming more than
just a dream. A pair of UCLA
students have perfected a distor-tion-free
wide screen process

' The pact would include Norway,
Denmark and Sweden. Finland al already
ready already is considered neutralized in

Moscow's eyes and would not be

a member of the proposed pact

A Scandinavian defense pact

was under serious discussion in

1948, but the Communist coup in

Prague convinced Norway and

Denmark they could not remain

neutral. They joined NATO, and

the pact idea died. The Commu-

niests at-the time opposed a Nor

dic defense alliance.
The recent Kremlin ordered
purge of the Danish Communist
Party has suddenly opened many
new channels of information in

to the workings of the party as

bitter and disillusioned ex -Commu

nists make themselves available

to newspapermen.

Atlanta: Nov. 21 (UPI) a

city detective, spurred by tales

of horrible screams au ni g ni

lone."- yesterday set out to pre

vent a little girl flrom .becoming
a "human sacrifice" to her par-i

ents' religious scruples.
' Mr. and Mrs.. Otha -Gillespie
had spirited away 'their seven-year-old
daughter Kathyto t re-

vent her from-receiving medical

treatment for tuberculosis of the
bone in violation of their beliefs.

Det. J. E. Sikes served Gilles Gillespie
pie Gillespie yesterday with a court order

to show why the state should not

take custody of the child and said

he would not rest until ne xinas

Kathy herself. Gillespie would not

helo.

"Til rot in jail first," Giles-

me told Sikes.

Sikes has watched the Gillespie

home for days in vain, and neigh neighbors
bors neighbors said they are sure she is no

longer there because they no

longer hear the "horrible scream
ins and cryina all night long."

Patsy s .trouble was diagnosed

as tuberculosis of the bone a

month ago when friends took her

physician without the par-

knowledge. State health offi

cers said he painful malady may

lead to death.

I wish you would come to the

hospital so yon could get wen,

Pattsy s uaseeu friend wrote, "xai

doctor said that when I go home

that I can live a normal life

The latter was "delivered!

through newspapers publication.

Sikes said the Gillespie s unat unattended
tended unattended mailbox, checked regular

ly, contained only the usual bils.

Guespie. inside the house re

fused to-come to the-door. Sikes

said. Sikes finally served the

summons at the trucking firm

as a freight handler.
The parents, members : of. the
Church of God, Union .- Assembly,
took Patsy a week go to visit
a maternal, grandfather at Dalton,

Ga.; they said, to ; avoid '"pibuc

aaze and, scorn." i

. Dalton is the site of the deno denomination's'
mination's' denomination's' i headquarters. C. : T.

PratW head of the sect, said- all

must die when the "time comes'

but members are welcome tcv de

cide for themselves about medic

al treatment.- t;v ;-.

Dr.. Cecil Jacob. who 'disclosed

12 or 13. children had died of ne

gleet in the area without medical

treatment within tne : paa year,

obtained a court or"r but Patsy

could no be found.

Bulganiri Said Seriously III

MOSCOW, Nov.' 21 (UPI) Mar Marshal
shal Marshal Nikolai Bulganin who was re

placed as premier last April is se

riously ill and undergoing meaicai

treatment in Moscow, reliable

sources said today.

Nature of his illness was not en

closed. Tha 63-year-old Bulganin

also was reported ill last June and
in 1955 when he was unable to re

ceive a visiting Finish delegation.

Premier. Nikita Khrushchev dis

closed last summer Bulganin had
undergone an operation in a Mos Moscow
cow Moscow hospital. He made the state statement
ment statement at a party at the British em embassy
bassy embassy in honor of the queen's birth birthday.
day. birthday.
His 1955 illness was announced
by the ofkial Soviet news agency
Tass, the first time such an an announcement
nouncement announcement had been made about
a Soviet official since Josef Stalin
suffered a stroke in March 1953.

r

r

The New 1959 English FORD

"World's Most Economical and Comfortable Car"

where Gillispie works

rvers' Corps

Bows To Progress;

Air Force Says

WASHINGTON (UPI) The

Air, Force's famous ground ob

server corps, the voluntary" sky sky-watching
watching sky-watching 'organization in which
more than a million American ci civilians
vilians civilians have served since World'
War n, will be abolished in Jan January.
uary. January. ..

The Air Force said it has come
to the conclusion that the human
eyes of its volunteer plane-spotters
can no longer meet the need
for fast electronic methods of de detecting
tecting detecting approaching icterconti icterconti-nental
nental icterconti-nental rbombers "and missiles

It also said the "growing scope
and efficiency" of this country's

far-flung air defense radar net

works has given "increasing as assurance"
surance" assurance" any enemy air attack
would be detected before the
bombers reached continental Unit-

4J

CYLINDERS
DOORS

PASSENGER
CAPACITY

tOLPAN MOTORS
CANAL ZONE $2150 PANAMA $2395
See This Beautiful Car Today!
Complete Line of Service and Repair Parts

night ed .States.

Yale

Gao Trucks
KINTT OF MWtTb

- Mwr dsjmand . pack rrv pewur i

tcstt mi

AST TO OHtATIt
Mrs vostwvn wrw ppsnwi nm ssit v
Isoim. tpiranM tMMnnsjf invrMH

vast bkakwso Acnettt

Mmvt
broktr

SMOOTH UTTi
m at pwc...ipd ("ting wmtt tt
- losrf 8lsJiti : '.-( ';,5' i,.: ';;.,''r'
CAfACtTY lANOIt

,0M to 10,000 Mm. wMti WW CHIro t :
StanoWd TrantmtuloK. 3,000 I AyOOO lb.

MjrIW law lorau iiwwiiuimiu : -y y,

Local Representative ;

M. Powell, S. A.

16th St. Central Ave. Colon 74

you'll

Prefer Prolo
Professional tools

NEW!
Proto'

Golden knurl holds

exact jaw openings

AUTOMATICALLY!

No buttons. . no levers
..no'gadgets
Use it like an ordinary "ad "adjustable."
justable." "adjustable." Merely turn Golden
Knurtl, jaws click automatic
ally into desired! opening. ..
even non-standard and for.
elun sixes. Jaws won't work
loose. t)rop-forg-ed, fine tight
places. H 1 ghlr polished,
chrome plated.' Job tested and
approved bv mechanics, coast
to coast. Try the CUk-Stop
now!
Federal Specifications :
GGG W 631A, Type 1

Now available In
' seven sizes
704L 706L 708L 710L 112L
4" ...' r'lO" If
716L 720i t
16" A W H
. -CLIK-STOPS'

1 1

PanamS AulorS. A.
TEL. S-4550

i

ffmK AIMMtt

&' SJWF"r r i (SSf'fl SSWSSJr' .-4ISJ

- a DIRECT -tnanul feoAntHlS 4 tltboa
ta it hour mil; $123.00 :
a Manama 1fe Tor VOltJUOr
Eniop wntf S3T8.M
.-. :v ;"
MonOiiy yaymmti 9.tf
Tours through Europe, to flic VtAi
. Land nd Around (ho World,, y
Contult your travel agent for fllfhti t
1h Caribbean, Central A South America,
' KLM
Trvoll Avenne, Pinama, B.
Tel 1-1821

SPECIAL OFFER
For One Week Only

At FELIX'S Two Stores!

COCKTAIL
and
EVENING Dresses
at
Drastically
Reduced Prices!
Prices Slashed on
Cocktail Hats too

For every $1.00 cash
purchase or credit pay payment
ment payment yon will receive a
FREE TICKET for our
Double Christmas, Raf Raffle.
fle. Raffle. More than $4,500.00
in Prizes.

SHOP TROPELCO BE SMART v. SAVE MONEY
AIR-CONDITIONERS r

.HP.-1HP-1-BP.-

2 HP -3 HP -5 HP
Our savings on carload purchases Js passed -oi,o
YOU. "Out of Stock" prices lower than regular
Canal Zone or "Free Zone" prices.

Fall Warranty

nSSstfA :

RATED
TOPS

EASY
TERMS

BEST
BUY

Installation
Service

45th St. and Vfa Espana
Tel. 3-1285
or 17-82 Central Ave.
Tels.: 3-1285 or 2-2051

Extra BTU capacity
Thermostat control

Directional louvres
Plush mounting
Quiet turbine -Blower
Smart styling

Just Received New Shipments
Gold Identification Bracelets
18K Gold Charms Medals
Sterling Tea Sets
from MEXICO
Cultured pearl chockers

SHOP EARLY BUY NOW
See Abo Our
SPECIAL SALE CORNER
17 Jewel Watches from $10
GRUEN Watches at
HALF PRICE
Trend CHINA 25 off
Silver Items 25 off

Main Ston
Central 22-06
Phona 2-1773

Branch Store
Tlvoli Ave. 18-SO
Phone 2-2126

tmerc&no

nersT

TODAY SATURDAY and SUNDAY

w

J fa TUwslsI of v&fdjJJdng "Smoil
Swivel Seats for '59
('
The ins and outs of motoring are said
to be graceful and wrinkle-free with the
swivel front. seats offered by Dodge for
' '; .-
1959. Release a handy lever, and spring
' "' 'l '
action swings th scat outward. Easy
body motion glides it back, locked into

: The Greatest of Everything New
Dodge for 59 has everything it takes to put that
'TlI ,tate:U''t6bk,yiii a prospect's eye. Distinc Distinctive
tive Distinctive new styling, backed by features that sell
that's Dodge for '59!
Ik 2)KI Twl f Ll S D D3 S.

PANAMA
TIVOLI CROSSING
TEL. 2-1669

COLON
10th STREET
TEL 492-J

!

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

0



FRIDAY, NOYZMBEB tU it v.
page root

fBI PANAMA AMERICA AN INDTPEOTENt DAItT KZWSfXPXB

It

octal an

J Olienvhe

Staff.

, 8ox 134,

Pa

fU JZ-w- Wf Bub P 1 3t L
Jl mff L J If uLfLmsi 2-0140 2-0741 U

anama

if J fmplly U LtimmLf timn
mm 8.00 J 10 :m. mtf.

vWorerwbys

nwtr to" Previous Puiilt

MB. VASSE NTERTAINS AT PARTY
YESTERDAY FOR BENEFIT OF NEW SCHOOL
A social event of Thursday was a card party given by Mrs.
Julienne de Vasse, wife of the Ambassador of Prance in Pana Panama
ma Panama Lionel Vasse, at her home in La Crest.
A mU stoop friends and distinguished guests attended
the party, which was given for the benefit of the School for
Deaf: Mutes.

Spanish Club Ceiebratts
First 'Anniversary Tonight
The. CaDal Zone Spanish Con Conversation
versation Conversation Cluf wil' have a gala
f fiesta this evening to celebrate
the first anniversary of the found found-'
' found-' ing of the club.
Festivities are scheduled to be begin
gin begin a 8 p m. at the Quarry
'''Heights Officers' Club. Entertain--gpBt
and murir for dancing will
Wglight the evening.
' Spoitshirts will be the appropri appropri-t
t appropri-t attire lor gentlemen.
t-.
. Beta Sigma Phi Croup
' Meets With Maryenn SoH
' .- The regular bi-monthly meeting
Of Beta Chapter of Beta Sigma
Phi was held at the home of Mary Mary-ann
ann Mary-ann Scott in Coco Solo
la conjunction with the Roose Roose-Telt
Telt Roose-Telt fentennul observance,' Alice
i McGinn gave a talk on "Roose "Roosevelt,'
velt,' "Roosevelt,' the Man" and Jean Judge
discussed poetry, with examples

of sonnets, odes and lyrics deftly
woven into her talk.
Following Uie business portion
of the meeting, Mary Danielson
received the exemplar degree in a
ceremony conducted by Jean
Judge. Nrma DeVol) presented
an appropriate musical back background.
ground. background. After the recitition of the los losing
ing losing ruual, refreshments were serv served
ed served by the h'rtes and the "white
elephant," contrbuted by Dolly
Housley, was presented by Nor Norma
ma Norma DeVoll by Anna Mae Butcher.
Since the next scheduled meet meeting
ing meeting would occu- on Thsnksgiyinp
Eve, the executive board decided
to postpone the meeting until
December 10.

Harvest Moon Ball
Planned for JWB-USO
The festival air of harvest time
back home will set the pace for
a Harvest Moon Ball planned for

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

for the best in entertainment
THE BELLA VISTA ROOM

featuring
SILVIA INFANTAS and
"LOS BAQUEANOS"
the exciting Chilean folklore group
with songs and dances of Chile.
: TWO SHOWS NIGHTY 9 :30 & 10:30 p.m.
j CLARENCE MARTIN and his Orchestra
' play for dinner and dancing
- No cover No minimum Closed Mondays

i THANKSGIVING DAY
: next Thursday, NOV. 27
; will be observed with a special Thanksgiving;
turkey menu. Brir the family to
; enjoy the traditional dinner the carefree way.
From noon in the Balboa Room
From 7 p.m. In the Bella Vista Room

nnrtjv ovpniPO at 8 11 the USO-

JWB ARmed Forces Service Cent

er.

Pete Neb.ett and his orchestra

will provide music for dancing.

H.isu jnrt hostesses for tht

dance will be Pic and Mrs. Paul

Wolfe of Fort Amtdor, Mr. Juuo

Daul of Paaam. City, and Sp4

and Mrs. Jery KaU of Fort Ama

dor.

All servicemen and their de dependents
pendents dependents are invited to attend.
Clayton NCO Wivtt
Hear Abevt Shelling
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weller,
owners of an extensive shell col collection
lection collection and authurities on shell shell-craft,
craft, shell-craft, were guests at a meeting of
the Fort Clavton NCO Wives C;Ub
this week. A part of their collec collection
tion collection rom tht Philippines, Japan,
Hawaii, Calitornia, Puerto Rico
and Panama was on display, and
the Wellers presented an informa informative
tive informative talk on shelling to the 42 wom women
en women attend'ng the meeting.
Mrs. JacuuelinlFlynn ir charce

of the evening's entertainment,

was assisted by Mrs. Juanita
Chambers, Mrs. Joan Hull, Mrs.
Helen Shannon and Mrs. Grace
Truscott.

New members welcomed by

Mrs. VirginU Whaler, vice presi president,
dent, president, deluded Mrs. Rosalie f errei

ra ana Mrs. Mknanne mutual.
Guests at the meeting were Mrs.
Dorothy Flyn Mrs. Ann Gooding,
Mrs. Rita Monaco, Mrs. Bertha
Whaier and Mrs. Barbara Whit-beck.

Mrs Julia Brnwnin. Mrs. Rita

Mnnaro Mrs. Marv Rine and

Lois Traynor were winners on the

door prizes, wmcn. mciuaea am
cles of shellcraft and an appliqued

luncheon cloth ana napkins.

Plans were announced at the
meeting for a bake sale and white
elephint sale to be sponsored by
the club at Jadwin Hall, Fort Clay Clayton,
ton, Clayton, on Saturday, November 29.
The event will start at 9 a.m. and
will feature all types of pastries
for sale and free coffee. Proceeds
will go to the Youth Council of
the post to purchase equipment
and trophies.

The" next "meeting of the club

wi'l be Tuesday, December 2, at
7:30 D.m. Officers for the Janua

ry-June period will be elected at

that time. Members who reside at

Fort Clayton and Fort Amador

are urged to attend.

ACXOS3
1 Cape
Massachusetts
4 Egyptian river
Smallliody
of water
1J Poem
15 Followers
14 Medicinal
' plant
lSEx-Idier
(coll.)
16 Abandonment
II Epuniera

20 Make amends 17Grated

19 Metric

' do ww -. ;
i Small 'bay
X Palish river
3 Custody writs
4 Pheasant nests
6 Passage in
the brain
Tenant ',
7 Mariner's
direction

t Small pi
9 Medley
10 Midday
1 1 Sand mound

OITITIEIR '-.JAieAWI.
5eePer re n t a l
R e a a T a l FE
s T a S T 5eIl
' Iffp t i 5TeBT"

21 Possessive

pronoun
22 Simple
24 Ship's course
26 Aid
Z7 Eat at tveninf
30 Opposed
32 Smoothly
(music)
34 He lives on
the Yalu River
35 Revised
36 Abstract
being
37 Sacred image
39 Fresh or salt
water fish
40 French islands
41 Able-bodied
sea
42 French river
45 Ocean's edge
49 Most regular
51 Kind of
' sailboat
52 Merit
93 Get up
54 Feminine
appellation
15 Toward the
sheltered side
56 Once (Scot.)
57 Meadow

23 ShakasPare.
river y' v
26 Therefore
27 Devilish
18 Shoshonean
Indians

29 Pea

40 Senseless
41 Ship's officers
42 On water
43 Italics (ab )
44 Withered
46 Essential

being

, measure
23 Patriot,
Ethan i
24 Body of water

31 Went on water 47 Scandinavian

33 Taunts

38 Organic basis
of bone

48 Volcano in

. Sicily
50 War god

t" r r
r r pr r
h ir-
i g r
ii r p I I

mmm

By OSWALD JACOBY -Written
for NEA Service

.'NORTH 1
AJ10974 ;
5 .'
A
W10S7S4
WEST EAST
4 AS : A2
VKJ964 AQ1087$
KQ1072 J954
K 4 3
SOUTH (D)
4KQ86S
VNone
(S3
AQ962
North and Sbuth vulnerable
with 40 on score
South West North East
1 A Double 3 A 4 V
4 4 5 5 a 6 V
6 Pass Pass Double
Pass Pass Pass
Opening lead K

uoday is the chance for you

readers to sympathize with the

unlucky expert. He sat West. Take

a look at his hand and the bid

ding.
Now listen to his tale of woe

J

jhe voice of :
BROADWAY

liil by Dorofliy KW9alln

"I hold no brief for my takeout

double. Perhaps a simple overcalii

-

BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE .what it was, shock and outrage

I possessed mm. wnen nis son re-

(Contlnued on Page 6)

When Mr, J. was five years

old he got a sled for Christmas.

Time Dassed. and he outgrew it.

It was stored behind some trucks

in the cellar.

One snowy winter afternoon
when he was 11 years old he

came home from school to find

his little brother belly-whopping

down the front walk on his old

sled. Shock and outrage possessed

him. But when he sputtered them

out to his mother, she was bored
and impatient.
She said, "What are you mak making
ing making such a fuss for? You've got
your new sled. You never use the
old one. It's been rusting in the
cellar for years. Of course I gave
it to Billy. Now get out of my
kitchen. I never heard of such
nonsense."
Yesterday evening Mr. J.'s 16-year-old
son took his car without
asking permission.

Heannc it start away irorn uie

curb, Mr. J. said to himself,

"What'a that?" Then, realizing

Prevents
Bmpsanam

Usd after every
change, Mcxana
frevtms heat nth,
chafe and galling,
toe. Absorbent
cornitarcb base
clings dose, keeps
baby fresh, comfortable.

tum

.tuivi'iiH.a

Madicattd Moan Skia Craarn htpt ImI

painful aunbura. 1M gaada laaoba I

Jgi "dttrs1 aaaaa.-

turned with supplies he needed to

complete his homework, Mr. J.
made a scene from which neither
have recovered.
Unknowingly, all this morning at
his office he has been feeling the
same sense of injury at the young

er generation's mistreatment of his

property rights that he felt .for

the older generation s mistreat

ment of them 35 years ago.
The young often take of our he-

longings without asking permis

sion. If we feel annoyed at their

appropriation of our car, out on

ly pair of white goves, the maga

zine we ve laid down without fin

ishing, the chances are we had

a hard time trying to get our par parents
ents parents to respect our p o p e r t y
rights.
The intensity of our sense of
injustice is always the giveaway,
The more angry we are when
young Bud drives off with the
car, the more likely it is that we
are feeling the leftover outrage
we to do what it pleaded with

Large Choice
in ;
Drapery & Slipcover
FABRICS
Dealers In KIRSCH
Cut-to-measure TRAVERSE RODS
and TRACKS
DECORAQONES

No. I VIA ESPAftA

Tel. 3-1917

would have been better. When my

partner was able to go to four

hearts over North's three spade
bid, I certainly held a sound raise
to five At my next turn to bid,
the opponents were in six pades
and I certainly held a most empt empt-int
int empt-int double, but my luck had been
running so badly that I decided
to pass. When my partner doubled,
I felt that we just would have to
show a nice profit. Now see what
happened."
You readers can see what hap

pened. The unlucky expert opened

tne King ot oiamonas. Eventually

South guessed the correct club

play and made his vulnerable
slam.
As for the poor unlucky expert,
I feel for him and hope you do
also. He was smart enough not
to double the six spade contract

and once he failed to double, his

partner snouid nave realized that

six spades was very likely to

make. Obviously someone was

void of hearts. East should have

bid seven hearts and taken his

small loss.

Q The bidding has been:
North East South West
! 1 4 Pass ?
You, South, hold:
AQ65 KJl 4QI V7 6
What do you do?
A Bid one heart. Unless part part-i
i part-i ner can bid one spade you will
, not show that suit
TODAY'S QUESTION
Partner does bid one spade.
; What dp you do new?
! Answer Tomorrew

MISS MIDNIGHT'S NOTEBOOK:

The long-antky?ated marriage of
Dorothy Malone and Jacques Ber-

gerac could be just around the

corner. Ginger Rogers, his lornv

er bride, has cleared the way to
the altar' by picking up her final

divorce decree.. .Twenty-live weal

thy balletomanes are being sought
by the New York City Ballet to
donate $1,000 apiece for a major

new work to celebrate the 25th sd

niversary of George Balanchine's
arrival in the U.S..,.Kira Novak is
stiU steaming because Jimmy

Stewart gets salary-plus-percentage
in their co starrer, "Bell,
Book and Candle," and she got on-

Iv a straight salary-i-even though

she's become a big International

star. The deal seemed even more
unjust to her when she received

word that she topped ail otner ac actresses
tresses actresses (drew twice as many
votes as Marilyn Monroe, for in instance)
stance) instance) in the Brussels Fair poll,..

The reason for Marlon Brando s
quick trip to New York a few

business. He wanted! to visit his
East Coast doc. ..Rock Hudson is

dating young Sandra Dee, the cl
item a ingenue.

David Street, who was married

to Debra Paget for a few minute i

is a secret bridegroom again. This

time the lucky girl is singer El

aine Perry ...Debbie Reynolds must

be emerging from her understand understandable
able understandable spell of the deep blues. The

surest sign: she's bought a lot of

possessions we thought were ours

we can reduce the intensity by

understanding its root. And begin

to appreciate the difference be

tween our relationship to our de

pendent child and our old depend
ent one to our parents.

Instead of making a big angry
scene with Bud, we can make a

quiet demand that he seek our

permission before taking our car.

We can make it reasonably and

much, much more impressively.

' fj' TOejAM

There's celebration in the air! So,
comb "party look" into your

hair. You can do H
4U i Jam, rA

' i v anaplrlin

new styling tricks.

i mm i

FREE!

with Adorn
i

At your favorite Store on the Isthmus

Available
in medium
and
economy
sizes

5w

SEEK RECORD THIEF
MILAN. Italy (UPI) Police

yesterday were looking for the

thieves who stole 1,400 jazz and
other popular musical records
from an automobile during the

night. The records were valued at

an estimated $32,000 by the owner

...to Bocas del Toro!
Every Monday and Friday

(in addition to flights via David)
For your convenience...

Onlv 1 hour and 20 minutes
fliKht time
Pilots experienced In
" International fllnhts
Passenger and Cargo services
With the
Moat Experienced National Airline
' ...Serving you 11 years

It !.. l) U

Soothing :MUL
- o
EYE-GENE
S the eya drop that aoothn...
cleann . refreahn and 1
:;V beautlflea the eyes. A for- I
:1 I'n m mt t" I
jeV-, famou eya il
ifcfSr I petlallsla. I
mm J
III w!vj
llJi, Soothes
Shjssj Refreshes

Her husband died i year

And ever since his deatlf her

dren have been trying to
suade her to sell her home

move in with one of them.
So far she has refused to

up her independence, but

feels a little guilty because

chiK

per per-and
and per-and give

she

she

hates to have the children worry

about her.

A little worry won't hurt the

children. It won't hurt them near

ly as much as giving up her inde

pendence would hurt her.

And, while trying to do the

right thing, the children are

bound to feel respect for her inde independent
pendent independent sDirit and admiration tor

her courage ia refusing, Ji.hc Ji.hc-come
come Ji.hc-come deDcndent. i ':( as

Furthermore, m holding on "to

her own home and her place in
her commnity she is protecting

ner identity as a person

She is insisting on remaining

the person she has always beei
instead of trading her indepeh(i

ence to become just somebody'!
mother in somebody else's home.
It isn't always easy for an old

er woman to maintain her inde

pendence especially when she has

to buck the wishes of .her well-

meaning children to do it.
But in the end it is much easi easier
er easier than it would be for her to
learn to adjust herself to the rou routine
tine routine of another household a house

hold in Which she is no longer

"mistress."
And it is easier for an older

woman to overcome loneliness than

to adjust herself to living in yie
midst of a busy young family. -Children
mean well when they
they to get a lone parent to trade

independence for dependence. But

parents know best when they in insist
sist insist on being independent just as

log is they can.

new clothef.And speaking of Deb
bie, have the latest tick joke a- -bout
Elizabeth Taylor from tht

LWest Coast: the frivolous onea

are spreading tar word that va

intends to retire from- films; and

take 'a job as a marriage counsel

lor.. ) J: -V

Sal Mineo's newest excitement

is Pat Landers ... Classmates at

the English finishing school at attended
tended attended by Mexican beauty Sylvia

Casablanca report that she gets a

letter every day. from Harvard'!

Karim Aga Khan. ..John Osborne.

leader of Britain's V Angry Young
Men" set. is flvine to London t

test for a movie. His success as

playwright (his latest to be prod produced
uced produced on Broadway is "Epitaph for
George Dillon." his test) hasn't

dulled his interest in performing.

yuietiy, dramatic scene at the
Copacabana the other evening:
Johnnie Ray reached over to the

next table to shake hands with

Mickey Rooney't manager, "Red','
Doff, and congratulate him on his
coming wedding. "Red's" wife-to-be
is Marilyn Morrison, who uaed
to be married to Johnnie...
Steve Allen ; is still debattng
NBC's uniisuar offer. The networi
wants him to do a 90-minute show
on Sunday nights, starting at 7:80
p.m. and going on until 9, If Steve

says yes, the longies will bein af-

ter the first of the year.

Harry Beiafonte will lntroduea
a new song title, J 'Fifteen," at hit
Waldorf-Astoria opening. It's the
theme from his first independent
flicker, "End of the World." ...
Gabby Hayes, the bearded char
acter actor of- all those Western
movies," is seriously Ul...Mary Ac Actor
tor Actor doesn't intend to rest on hep

laurels after her biography comes

out. She Si halfway through. a follow-up
book, a novel.
Betty Grable's chums will bet
you that her chief reason for com coming
ing coming to New York (she's1 due soon)
is to discuss the feminine lead in
the Broadway musical ergion of
"Destry Rides Again.?'.;. Also up
for Main Stem? starring roles ara
Cyd Charisse" and Tony Martin.
They may appear in Fred Bris Bris-son's
son's Bris-son's upcoming "Loving Couple."
The bitter race track feud be between;
tween; between; Liz Whitney Lunn and her
long-time: trainer, Horatio Luro
has reached the lawsuit- stage.
He's suing for a share of the $270.
000 earnings of her two-year-old v
Restless Wind, which Ae scholedv scholedv-;
; scholedv-; .-Manhattan- ops priy ateifc Stdmit
wjnti-iay-walkin dffl1 i (flop. ;
Too imaflyj1, absent-miaaejlidopey
or just plain reckless character j
ignore it, and you can't arrest
them all.. .The wildest of all edu educational
cational educational institutions will open soon t
on W. 57th St It's a achdbl tat 2

en and ex-taiceiioiier named uin-
ger Seymour.
Psychiatry certainly does change
your life. As a result of doing the
couch bit, Gian Carlo Menotti
dropped the hyphen between' Gian
and Carlo... Tragedy for the jazi
world: Van Norman, bass player
of the "Champs" musical group
was killed in an auto accident in
California. His outfit shot to disc
jockey and juke box stardom,
with their hit recording of "Tequi-la."

TP VISIT CYPRUS
LONDON (UPI) Gen. Sir
Francis Festing, chief of the im imperial
perial imperial general staff, will visit Cy Cyprus
prus Cyprus soon. A war office spokes

man said yesterday the visit to

the strife-torn island colony will
be, routine. jj

Cleans

Beautifies

Always ask tor EYE-GENE
at your favorite drugstore

mm msm

. . with feminine fabribv

Sheeregt luxury, perfected protection are now youri witk
New Modesi. Only Modess has this new fabric cover that's
incredibly soft . and white and svtor, with thousands
of tiny perforations that absorb instantly and completely
This month, make Modess your discovery.

J

is:
( '1 ,."
"IA



v
-
ict:
page nrir-
FRIDAY, fcOVTMBER J95
' THI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAIIY NEWSPAPER
A

No Hope Hqlck But arclt Continues!

FojvCrew Of Great

: J'.'

niiBt TUhTVf Mioh Nov. 9fl v ha cniia riiin v Ciiiufouf hui

(UPJ) -. Coast guarasmen netatne 60-mue-an-nour winas ana su su-virtually
virtually su-virtually no hope Wday lor the 15 foot' waves made communication
crewmen of the ill-fated v. Great impossible.. i, r s-v.:v?V,
Lakes cargo ahip : Carl ; ; Brad-J After the pair repeatedly were

( ley still missing in' the storm-toss- wasned from tneir trau me ran

ed waters of Lake Michigan that and their frozen" fingers 'were

mashed and swallowed the craft, barely able to eling to it, the

i A coast guard spokesman said Sundew spotted them. Rescue men

search efforts would "continue au pulled men1 irom me smaii ran
day" ; today .but veteran seamen j and took them to Charlesvoix .a .a-said
said .a-said there was little chance anv- lone with eieht corpses. ; j

one could lave survived in the 1 1 Fleming's description of the

cy water i since the disaster sinking and night at sea parallel parallel-Tuesday.
Tuesday. parallel-Tuesday. -,..v,;.. ..- ed terrifying accounts of Rvtgr-
; "j'7-&s vivors told Mav 11. 1953." when

Of the 35 nien aboard the lime- the Henry Steinbrenner, an oil

stone hauler, "only two surv.ved. carrier, foundered In the lake
Eighteen bodies -have been' found with .a loss of 17 lives.
s.(5r'nd llf" n8;v "The entire stern of the ship
"We sraved like we never :: c. : rr; j

nr.v.rf Kf iH .' W ml w" 1 sagging, r leinmB Biu,

KiZZ iwTr.i .t knew we.were going

Fleming

man Frank. Mays, both of Rogers

city, Mien., wno were savea yes-
"It iwas useless ior us ,te shout
because of -the tremendous roar
of the gale," 'Mays said. Ha told
reporters, that at one time during
the H-hour nightmare he and
Fleming (were within half a mile

to sink. I

asked someone to get me a life

jacket but he couldn't find one so

I went to my room ana got r- my
'own. ; '- ' ...
"As I came up the ship was
listing badly. 4
- "The superstructure of the ship

rolled over on its side. The ship

sank beneath me and I found my
self in the water," he said.

IU1

." Tivoli Avftr
;:. MANAMA

Front Street
COLON

Sfine

ina

I
i

i 'fan wm

EVERY FRIDAV
Irom
',:30 to 7:00 p.m.

Liicho

A'

Azcarraga

Your Community Network YCN

84t) Kilocycles
; .-'PANAMA 'v

1090 Kilocycles
COLON

1Y

i7

ill

FREELOADINO FIREMEN
: VIENNA (UPI) Polite said

yesterday Friedrich Preiner, a

volunteer fireman, has confessed

to setting fire to 26 houses be

cause alcohol- was always dis

tributed free among the fire bri

gade at the scene."

mm msm:
mwaw i

TO INCREASE PRICES
NEW YORK (UPI) Socony
Mobil Oil Co. announced it is in increasing
creasing increasing the wholesale prices on
kerosene, light fuel oils and uie uie-sel
sel uie-sel fuel oils along most of the
Eastern Seaboard by half a cent
a gallon.

v ''.,''; -1 1 -if1 ..-5 y ':'.-';--'-S'-:.'!v'7fi,'':'i
TWO PRESIDENTS and four past Presidents of big Panama- Canal Societies In- the United State
got together during the past ten days while the Roosevelt Medal holders were here to celebrate
the Theodore Roosev i Centennial in the Canal Zone. To commemorate .the event, the. Canal's offi official
cial official photographer go.- ihe six together for a form al picture before they left yesterday to return
home on the Ancon Left to right above are: Frank Wichmanr president of the Panama Canal So Society
ciety Society of Chicago: Andrew Dewling, Col. David R. Wolverton, Maurice H. Thatcher, Stephen Latch Latch-ford
ford Latch-ford and Ben Jenkins, Latchford is president of the Washington Society, and the others are all
past presidents. - 1 1

Rockefeller Plays
Stooge On TV Show
For An Eggbeater
RIO DE JANEIRO, Nov. 21 -(UPI)
New York state Gover-

nof-elect Nelson Rockefeller, ap

pearing on a television news

show here last night, unexpected

ly found himself playing the role

of stooge1 in an eggbeater com

mercial.
Rockefeller's first inkling that

the show was sponsored came
when pretty Lidia Matos handed
him an appliance and asked if he

knew what it was. He said it

looked like an electric eggbeat

er.

"You're right!" Miss Matos ex

claimed delightedly. "It's the

lightest most efficient electric egg-

beater manufactured in Brazil!"

Rockefeller was not taken a-

back by his unexpected commer

cial appearance.
"I don't blame you," he told

Miss Matos after the show. "You
have to get in plugs for your prod

uct.
The Governor elect and Mrs,
Rockefeller flew in from Sao Pau

lo late yesterday. Before his tele

vision appearance, Rockefeller vis visited
ited visited the Brazilian "White House"
to discuss inter-American affairs

with President Juscelino Kubits-

ehek. ;" '

Top AF Commanders
End Routine Parley

Nasser To Purge
Syrian Communists

n

BEIRUT, Nov. 21 (UPI) Unit

ed Arab Repoblic President Ga

mai ADaei nasser nas ordered a
purge of communists which is ex

pected to take place shortly in Sy Syria,
ria, Syria, usually reliable Syrian sources
said here today.
The sources said the purge would

concentrate ion communists and
outspoken communist sympathiz

ers in uie civu service ana govern
ment.

They also Indicated that the rea

REFUSED ASYLUM
MANILA (UPI) Communist

Alfredo Saulo, who failed to gain

political asylum in the Indonesian
Embassy, was charged formally
yesterday with subversive activi activities.
ties. activities. Saulo was turned over to the
Philippines by Indonesia after he
had sought refuge in the embassy.

turn

PATRICK AIR FORCE BASE
Fla., Nov. 21 (UPI) A confer

ence of most of the -air force s

top commanders wound up here

today and the officers, including

so generals, Hew, back to their
posts.

Officials, declined to- disclose the
subjects dicussed in the closed-door
man aid them meeting was a
routine commanders' conference,
held at different bases periodical
iy.
There apparently was no special

significance in the selection of Pa-1
1 1 . i n

uiuk ncauuuaiteia 01 uie vuue l.l: t i

h? L?le test Cnter' combination of his concern over

" commonist activity in neighboring

Four-star generals attending Iraq, which has been a magnet

were Thomas D. White, Air Force for Syrian communists, and dis

Chief of Staff; Curits E. Lemay, satisfaction with their -refusal to

vice cnief of Stan; Earl E. Par- heed his injuctio against taking

tndgw, commander of the North- part in politics,
em Air Defense Command at Co- One source sad government de de-lorado
lorado de-lorado Springs, Colo.; Edwin W. partment heads were ordered a,
Rawlings, commander of the "Ait week or ten. days ago to draw ud,
Material Command at Dayton, O- lsts of known communists and
hio; and Lawrence S. Kuter, Pa- communist sympathizers in their I
cific Air Force commancder, bureaus. The list was expected to J
The conference also was attend-for the bass for lafge-scale fir-,

ed by Maj. Gen. Donald N. Yates, ings.
Missile Test Center commander,' Nasser has not shown any sym-

and Maj. Gen. Bernard A Schrie-'pathy for domestic cdmmunists in
ver, who heads the air force's bal- Egypt, despite his friendlines. with
listic missile division at Los An- the Soviet in the international are are-geles.
geles. are-geles. ,, .' na.

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

,4 4

7?

2

Ii5l

Broniff nrvM
more dtiu i
th V.S.A. and
South America
, . than onjf
othr oJrfin.

USVI YORK,
WASHINGTON
Miami Houston Dollai
. 6nd vio conneeioni to
All tho U.S. A.

X

8 fliflhb wtekfy fo tha
U.SJ "El Dorado" DC-7C
and "El Conquirfoeor" DC-6 for
fad, luxury service. First claw
tmd tourist occommodofiontl t

Sm your TRAVEL AGENT, r eoff BranW
H.-flnn Hotel

renidd 14 iiron

Tefephom 2-0975 Iikphon
- In Colom 10th A Front A.
, Tlphontsi779,797

jj-VV t f:

)

-

w

W MARK XIV PORTABLE, i

NEW

STEREO-ORTHOPHONY

HIGH FIDEtlTY"VICTR0IA"f

V.

THI MASK XIV. "liI.Aw" ttMliH.I

"Vlcirsla k liwM MkiMlMr yiHm.
Nw "Unn SitrM" Mm Km. GtortMl
Mfl4.1

UD CONTAINS AUXtUAHY
SKAKflt SYSTIM

You simply place the tpeaker-lid R
feet away-and you can thrill to True
Stereo! Mu4c so hfthkt the musician
, teem to surround you! All from this
one compact system!'

Floys nw stereo records and oil other, loo.
lightweight and pertablo New i-ln-1 amplifier
it Handsome luggage cat
Co779 in nd Hear it Taday!
' -hotiieh Models available.
Panama ltadio: Com.
CENTRAL AVE. 9-13, Across Irom La Merced Churcb

Many thanks for Ihe wonderful acceptance of the New '59

HILLMAN ...

display"

were

The 15 cars placed on

sold in two days.
A new shipment arrived yesterday and
the complete line will be shown Satur Saturday
day Saturday and Sunday:

jSjS
Ln.-m-liiii" l wiiiiiiilni--m-triinfiVJriiT W-- ww. jA

In nnn n n n n rv n I

Inll LLIMW' :
-

COLON MOTORS
PANAMA

.De Luxe Saloon

Special Saloon
4-D Station' Wagon
2-D Husky
Convertible Coupe

INC.
COLON

you couldn't think of anything
A GENUINE HANDWOVEN CHINESE
'NAI9DKI 'BOO

And these were well worth wailing for!

You'll drool
beauty, colors

''i

'si I' I '4 1
" K a 't(A 'z SrlOSL S
I fir?

over the
& designs!,

Just arrived
in time. .
in time for
the Holidays

3 Pc Bedroom Sets
Solid Colors
Dark borders with
light background
and colorful flowers

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR FREE
INTERIOR DECORATING SERVICE

j i r -,v,

r7,

lomtf cfurnmnna dtort

4TH OF JULY AVE. H ST. L TEL 2-0725

Mj. Comfy

COME IN. . ASK HOW YOU CAN WIN $1,500' J
in our Big Christmas Raffle , l

nut

f
in .las.
?1. :
u; .v
'.. 4 -V.
mm
i
9
3
S
if-
J
I.



TUB PANAMA AMEBIC AM AN lXDTtmTST 0A1XT KnTSPAPf

net x

5
; r

St'.
rt
M
ft
11
.
I V
J
X I
I

fan J Oil,

eriuise

firewall Lunehean
- Manor Mitt OuilUlt
Atiif Oig Cu.l ois was guest of
at iiincheon given a. the
tart Amador Officers Cmb. The
event wue a-ieuded by a email
,irbuo of er friends
AIjss GuiiiK.y will leave the Isth-
mus for. aftr a brief mt witb
Jhei parents, Roberu GujIIois, Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of the French Embassy in
Panama, and Mrs. GujI oi.

Jordan's Royalty
Makes Flight Home
iWithout Incident

Mr. Hamilton Travels

Te Visit Fathtr
Mis. Stanl y Hamilton of As As-con
con As-con iell Wednesday night by plane
for Winchester I'l : on an emer emergency
gency emergency trip caused by ine ierious
illness of her faihe-v Dt. R. R.
Jones.
Mr and Mrs Hamillon reside
a', the Tivoli Guest House, where
he ii manager.
Briefly Speaking:
Bikini, Guffaws,
Battle, Sentence
NICE, France-(UPli Husky
Englishman Ernest Ludlow. 32,
was sentenced in absentia yester

day to three months u jai for

fc MEETINGS

tacn nol Indus) in M
column ihould b tubwitUd W
rvit-wniean turn to
tha iwmbtr Ittlad daily
cial ClHirwii r tfalivara
tuia" rha HU. NatwM
mactlnai caait aee
ranvahana.

' MMAN, Jordan (UPD Queen
1 Mother Zein and three other

.mergers oi ooruan luyai ( , Frenchmen who
mity returned from a two montht, "u u;. i i,. n;i,;i

European vacation yesterday in a
dniffreri Jo'dani.n airliner that
flf-w over Syria without inciden';

laughed at his wife in her Bikini
swimsuit.
According to tes imoni Lud-

Kina Hussein was a the Am- iw' wU. strolled int., the Nice

man airport !o greet ihe queen I rai'road station iast Aui. 14. She
mcther: hi- sister Princess Bas- was wearing a "revealing" Bi Bi-ma:
ma: Bi-ma: its langhler. Process- Alia, I yti: which drew guffaws- from

ano Lro.vi. ranee :virn,mmea.
Tneir iineventfu' flight from
Beirut Lebanon over Syrian air
spare in t chartered aij Jordan
Convjir coT'rastpd sharply with
the incident that occurred when
King Hussein tried to fly out of
Jorchn for Europe Nov. 10.

checxroom exployes Andre Per-,
aut jnd Robprt B'.ondian.
Mrs. Ludlow aimea a couple of
kicks at the Frenchmen but they

only laughed the louder She let

and returned two minutes later
with her husband, who was de-

Altamira Club
The Club Altamira will meet
Similav morninc at the usual place

o! business to discuss matters of

.vital importance. r
The meeting is icheduled to ba-

at 11 o clock.

Knights of Columbus
The regular Uusi&ess meeting of
Founn Utsgree KniKhts ol Colum
bus, Arcbr.islitp Maiztegui Gener General
al General Assemolv Bdlt-oa O uncil 1371,
is sc'ieduel for this evening at
8:15. A p-ogram of interest .o all
members has been arranged by
William Bowman and Jeht, Ehr Ehr-man.
man. Ehr-man. Pr- eding 'ht meeting will be
a dinner a,t the Tivoli Guest
Houit a. 6: 1J p m.

scribed as "very strong
Testimony showed that Ludlow
puncned Perreaut and B'ondiau

IU Litv uu. i "t, r... r--
las the Englishman walked out,
l.!- ...if, am kia t rm

n5 a milUl H wur hi

THl ONLY BRA

THAT ADJUSTS

Tf) FIT

YOUR CONTOUR

MILL TAB UP Ft Lilt ly. i MD-n

actually changes Its size

to give you "custom-fit

where you need it

CZ Art League's
Atlantic Skb Show
Will Open llov. 30

Th Canal Zone Aft tcue, -A-;
tlantip. rhaniir will onen its Third

Annual Atlantic Side Art Exhibi j
Uon at 4 p.m. on Nov. 30, at the
n.-ii. r. ri..v n-IULn

Aiianuc vainer a nuu auuuiui
Mount Hoe.
The public it cordially invited to

attend uie now ano vew me wprn
of the Atlantic Side Artist. The
exhibit will remain open from Nev.
30 through Dec. 7.
Artists may enter the following

work! : oils, pencil, textiles, pas-j

ie, ceramics, woieo cupper,
ache, sculpture block prints wat

ercolors woodcarvings, charcoals,,

and silk sreen.
Exhibitors will be limited to a
maximum of six entries with not
more than three in any class.
nllc and nnttpla mliat tw framad

and wired for hanging watercolors
and drawings must be matted but

not necessarily framed.
Entries will be received at Mount
Hoep on Friday, Nov, 28, from

5:30 p.m. unui 8.-3U p.m. ine snow

will be non-compeunve. i
Non-merabera vkat wtsti to exhi-
Ki win tu (vhornoH a email hanff-!

ing fee. Full information may be'

obtained by calling tne exnm tion k;
general chairman. Mrs. Frances

Greening, at CZ 5393.

Local Specialist
Attends Course

n Connecticutt

Kn Willuim F. Ancahas. 937th

Engineer Company (A, i a 1 1 o n)

(1AGS), tort KODDe, is anenoing
a afl-rlav course in factory main-

ton.nc at th Sikorskv Service

School in Stratford, Conn. Anca

has, a meenamc wun me aiw
MolionntAP Rortinn. Fort. Kobbe. i

fo take the course at Sikorsky ail

additional training.

Demand Crows For
Rio. Mar Boys' V
Old Year's Dance

The demand or invitations to

the Rio Mar Boys I'Old Year's

Hop", at the Balneario Balboa in

creased tn week, as request irom

both aides of the Isthmus continued

to pour in.

The committee on arrangements

tor tiie event, is endeavoring to

see that invitations reach all per
sons. As a result, representative
in different section of ; the' com ;
m unity as well as the Atlantic
aide are. keeping in close r touch
with the secretariat.; :
Music for the dance will be sup supplied
plied supplied by Willie Moro and his "Su-

Ter" orchestra, which Is rehears

' Of almost daily for the Dec
salute to 1959.

iim::n:ia

PULL TAS DOWN ft At MCM Wk Wk-RATION
RATION Wk-RATION APIt FOllNltl t) TO Nflt

:iiss;ss::?i;si;i-S5s

km

new, amazing JUST AMU ST by

V

brassieres f

Up to now... the only way you could adjust
your bra was to let It out in back or hike up
ita strops. But that didn't give you fit in fronf.
Where you really need It. Now... a revolution revolutionary
ary revolutionary new bra pjvei you "custom-fit".., in front.
It's Just A'Just by Exquisite Form... the one
and only bra that actually changes its size

to p sweetly fit and flatter your very own
contour. No other bra in the world can do nSfs.
And as extra added comfort . Just A'Just
has all-elatlc-back and sides. For a "custom "custom-fit"
fit" "custom-fit" bra at a ready-made price... come in
today and see the versatile,.. adjustable
Just A'Just.

Style 257, embroidered cotton, 32-36A, 32-40B, 32-40C $3.50
Jfye 254, tmbrokerea' nylon marquisette, 32-36A, 32-40B, 32-40C, $3.95

Sold at:
IN PANAMA: Chambonnet y 5a. Avenida
Bazar Imperial Creaciones Rio

Modas Aldens
La Postal

Modas Vico

Bazar Pans

COLON: Bazar Ingles
AGUADULCE: La Esmeralda
LASTABLAS: Novedades La Perlo

5 Junior College
Students Pledged
To Drama Croup
Five students of the Canal Zone
Junior College are now wearing
the blue-and-yellow pledge ribbons
of Delta Psi Omega, national hon honorary
orary honorary fraternity in dramatics. They
were formally pledged yesterday
Eileen Damerau, Carolyn Des Des-pain,
pain, Des-pain, Mildred Gibbs, Carlos Meg

gers, and Bruce Spuriock are he

five who completed their mini minimum
mum minimum requirements with the pres
entation of "Curse You, Jack Dal

ton" on Wednesday in the Lecture
Room of the college building.
Their initiation is set for the

early part of December, just pri prior
or prior to the regular annual Christ Christmas
mas Christmas dinner of Delta Psi Omega.
The fraternity has now been es established
tablished established for IS years in the lo local
cal local college.
Cynthia Orr, past director, and
Jo Ann Harte, stage manager,
were assisted in the formal cere ceremony
mony ceremony by Subert Turbyfill, facul faculty
ty faculty sponsor of Delta Psi Omega.
Gladys Miller, business manager,
was unable to attend the ?rv-ice.

' CHURCH OF GOD
Harvest Thanksgiving services
will be held at Sanctified Church
Of Goi San Miguel on Sunday,
At 3 p.m. among other attrac attractions,
tions, attractions, a tape recording of 4he de
tailed Work of the Church of the

Nazarene will be played. 'f-

otner features will m euets, mv
os, and addresses from varlfitt re-
presentativen, ., ,
The children will also present-

. ui imcii MPBucLf au auuiuuuat
attraction. 1

Other features will be delivered
by Pastor Nelson of the Church of
the Naiarene of Ancon.

fc itiaiL Sst.JaailJ

M

INTRODUCING .

THE NEW AMERICAN LOOK
IN STERLING

' by

Lift a ill

STERLING

C7

mm

cPA ROSE is the newest design
nousGorhamSter
silver. Once you hold Sea Ro
hand ... feel its Wxunous
St VyouH begin to know
SereissUngjorvouB
tifully proportioned salad fork to
use with new spreader at mcaU mcaU-Sinale
Sinale mcaU-Sinale size place knife and tor
?or Vve"y meal. New z P b b-spoon
spoon b-spoon for soup, real or des
Come see the exciUng new look

in solid silver!

Itfesl

4

tin i

kU it JXX-i

, .ft ,J

mm

RIDIEMIR LUTHIRAN
Balboa
Tenth Anniversary i
The tenth anniversary of the dedication-
of Redeemer Lutheran
Church in Balboa will be celebrat celebrated
ed celebrated Sunday at the 10:15 morning
service.. The festival sermon, will
be preached by the Rev. Robert
F. Gussick, acting pastor of the
parish.
It was on Nov. 21, 1948, that the
completed church on the corner of

Balboa Road and Wight Street

was officially dedicated to the glo glory
ry glory of God and opened for public
worship.
The parish itself had its begin beginnings
nings beginnings in October, 1941, and was of officially
ficially officially organized under the name
of "The Redeemer Evangelical lai
theran Con ere g a tion of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Zone" on June 7, 1942,
in the auditorium of the Balboa
Baptist Church.
During the intervening years it
worshipped in the Balboa theater,
the Diablo Heights Clubhouse, an,d
the old Seamen's Mission, on Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Road.
Funds for the present structure
were granted and loaned by the

Armed Services Commission of

the Lutheran Church Missouri

Synod under whose program of

service to the Lutheran military

stationed in the Canal Zone area

the congregation was fostered.

Today the church and parish fa

cilities serve the entire Lutheran
constituency on the Pacific side of

the Isthmus, and services are al

so conducted in the Coco Solo chap
el for those resident on the Atlan

tic side.

Stirling It for now.,, .for yoo

v.

tarn

BTKRUNO

FREE
STORE

. SILVER CENTER
161 CENTRAL AVENUE, PANAMA

If you like

' VlllLvXVClJ.

1 v rV

u rl Raisins Go Into" Easy-Maker

f N Thanksgiving Mince Pie ,!

TI

'Z '-v

"

-HARVEST fruits, like these spilling- from a eornueopia, form j
the wonderful base for "modern old-fashioned" mince pie.
BY GAYNOB MADDOX. NEA Food and Markets Editor

Not only in the Midwest, but in

many other parts of the United
States, mince as well as pump pumpkin
kin pumpkin pie is a Thanksgiving

"must." A :
;
An old fashioned treat, today
mince pie gets the jet-age treat

ment. Quick, sure, yet with the

"good old days deliciousness.
net Pie
One recipe pastry, or 2 sticks

pie crust mix; one 9-ounce pack

age condensed mmcemenat, iv
cups raisins soaked in ii cup o o-range
range o-range juice.
Break mincemeat into small
Cieces in a saucepan; add 3 U U-lespoong
lespoong U-lespoong sugar and 8 cup wa water.
ter. water. Stir over heat until all umps
are thoroughly broken down. Boil
briskly for one minute. Cool. Add

raisins soaked in orange juice

and mix lightly. Line 9-inch pie
plate with pastry. Pour in mince mince-meant
meant mince-meant mixture. Qut strips of pas pastry
try pastry for lattice top. Wt i rim of
lower crustwith cold water and
apply strips,' pressing ends down.

Arrange a strip of pastry around

edge of pie. Bake in hot oven

(425 degrees F.) 30. minutes, or

until golden brown.

Another harvest recipe for

Thanksgiving is apple raisin stuff
ing for the turkey. .;, t

Applt-Rais'n Dressing
(For on 12-pound turkey)
Two and one-half quarts fin

bread crumbs, 1 cup butter or

margarine, soft 2Vi cups rolled
oats (quick or old-fashioned, un

cooked), 1 cup finely chopped cel celery,
ery, celery, 1 cup raisins, 2 cups iced

raw. apple, Z .teaspoons poultry

seasoning, 2 teasoons salt, a

teaspoon pepper, 1 teaspoon ban

ing powder, I to lMi cups water.
Rub butter into bread crumba

toast until golden brown under
broiler otsin a hot oven (425 de

grees F.). Add oats, celery, rai

sins, apple, seasoning and baking

powder, mixing tnorougniy.iprin-

kle water over" surface, stirring

lightly until dressing is of desir desired
ed desired moistness. Stuff lightly into bo body
dy body cavity and neck region of tur

key. Truss and roast turkey ac

cording to standard directions.

DEVELOPS INSULATOR
riltw" VORK (UPI) Linde
Co., a division of Union Carbide
Corp., has announced develop development
ment development of a solid insulator which
the company claims can keep liq liquids
uids liquids from evaporating at temper temperatures
atures temperatures as low as absolute zero pr
456 degrees below zero fahrenhelt.

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

...you'Ulove this
chicken noodle soup!
Tasty bites of plump, sweet
chicken ... tender, nourish nourishing
ing nourishing egg" noodles cooked
with Campbell care in gold golden
en golden broth!

21 kind

of Campbell'! J
Soups...
so much

tnioyment chickiM
LI I NAABLl

in eacni i aira

mnuMli

CHICKEN
NOODLE OOUP

mtgf'.

Inhale H
from your hands
or a moistened
handkerchief

EAUDE COLOGNE

wTTrrrv. your forehead.

pECOlOCNfW

fffiialisS moolh it freely on yovr neck of wrists

HUOOPIOMIH

A welcome treat on ultra-hot days
use l( oi o friction massaQt ofter
your bath or shower.

- i HfllMOlOOHl ON IHINl ASI

(Th ideal way to spends delightful, memorable Thanksgiving weekend)

SERVES 7 COLORFUL COUNTRIES IN THE HEAR f OF THE AMERICAS

o o o

3DL?jQnQ

SUPER CONVAIR
840

alwtyi cool, refreshing, enchanting

-
.', .;

LINEAS AEREAS COSTAKRICENSES, S.A.
PAA Affiliata

COSTA RICA EL SALVADOR MEXICO PANAMA
CUBA GRAND CAYMAN MIAMI U. S. A.
Consult Your Travel Agent or Call Our Offices
JUSTO AROSEMENA AVE. Ne. 31-40 TEU 3-7011

mil : S

; ROUND

ro TRIP

ylSn in V-?'kVv '!,''
FRIENDLY PERSONALISED. SERVICE
CONVENIENT MORNING DEPARTURE i
Excursion Fare valid for 30 days H



JTUDAf. NOVOfBIR II,, lift

TOT PANAMA AMERICAN AM INDMENDENT PAILT KIW PAP

PAGI fZTEt

Lavish Spectacular Adventure Film Of Horsemen

"u con wocXuQO"

; "THE VIKINGS" a United Artists release,
opening TOMORROW, SUNDAY and MON MONDAY
DAY MONDAY at the "PRIVEIN'I Theatre, if the first
, major motion picture feature to be made In
NorwaV.The screen drama stars Kirk DOUG DOUGLAS,
LAS, DOUGLAS, Tony CURTIS, Ernest BORGNINE and
Janet LEIGH with James DONALD and Alex Alexander
ander Alexander KNOX, vV ; '- VV', :
The film is based on Edison MARSHALL'S

excilinr novel about the warrinty -wenching
ind winnlnf Viking warrior who were the ter terror
ror terror of Europe a thousand years ago. Richard
Fleischer directed from a screen-play by Cal
der. WHllnrharo. Jerry Brcsler produced.
The spectacular beauty of the fiords and
the rugged French' coast were filmed in Tech Tech-nirama
nirama Tech-nirama and Technicolor by cinematof raphe
Jack CARDIFF. t Advt.

THE FRIENDLY SUPERMARKETS
a& (hrdqaA 0sl (pudfo

WERE YOU GET FOR

t. n ; fit- lei':' tyi-i S i -htfrtt'

cry Saturday from 9:30 to 10:00 p i?

Your Community Network

840 Kilocycles
PANAMA

1 09 1 Kilocycles
COLON

4ava qou avee

anttaiian

TRY IT AND $61 HOW GOOD IT 1$
. In America, at well u in Italy, plzia aella like the pro pro-verbiai
verbiai pro-verbiai otcakei. In well-frequented places in any city you
tan see aa ttaiian cook preparini mbuth-wateiinf plzzai.
' It U ewy make i pizra. F(rst, you prepare the dough,
then place it in a pie tin. add the tarty tomato lauee, sprinkle,
with grated cheese and pop H in the oven. The Chef Boy
Ar-De package contains alljhe necessary ingredient! and
Jives directions that are simple to follow. Piiza -Pie is a
dish you should try... now! ;

' f: ; fv- II sl I

vfv w IP f ft:
"mo T-.-j;?:-; s
I ; ,, .,,, ; 1 I

MOPAC TO MODKRNIZI ;
ST. LOUIS (UPI) Dirsctors

of Missouri Pacific Railroad Ast

approved a 195$ modenuzatioa
program esffine for expenditure
of $15,117520, down from $21451,.
245 budgeted for this year. ,

TWO BEAUTIFULLY FRAMED, accurately executed original water colors of Panama Canal scenes' painted by artist Julie Hallo Hallo-ran
ran Hallo-ran Ruth; a former resident of the Isthmus, have been presented to the Canal' organization by the Panama Canal Society of Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, B.C., and by Mr. and Mrs. Maurice H. Thatcher. The paint Ings were formally presented at a ceremony in the Governor's of office
fice office at Balboa Heights recently with Stephen tatchford, president of the society, presenting one panti a scene of .Miraflores Locks
and the Pacific entrance to the Canal, on behalf of the Panama Ca nal Society of Washington, and with Mrs. Thatcher speaking in be behalf
half behalf of herself and her husband in making the gift of the second painting, a ship passing Gaillard Cut. Shown above from left to
right, at the ceremony, are Latchford, Mr. Thatcher and Mrs. That cher, Governor W. E. Potter, and Congressmen and Mrs. John W
Robinson, Jr., of Kentucky.

UARf Israel Trade x
Accusations About
Border Clashes

JERUSALEM!, Israel. Nov. 21

(UPI) An Israeli military spokes

man said today an Israeli-Syrian

clash hear Lake Holeh last night

was started by the Syrians in -an

apparent attempt to frighten Is
raeli fanners in the area.
He said the Svrains poured mor-

taV, machinegun and rifle fire a'

cross the border for an hour.
The firing occurred nine miles
north of the spot where the body
of Mrs. Jovce- Doran. wife of the

British Air Attache to Israel' was

found earlier this week, Israel

claims that she was killed by Sy Syrians.
rians. Syrians. The U.A.R. has denied this.
The spokesman also said a group

of Syrians tried to remove border

landmarks in the area last night
but were driven off by watchmen!

But in Cairo-a spokesman for

the U.A.R. First Army in Syria

charged that Israeli border infil

trators opened fire on a U.A.R
outpost.

The spokesman said the outpost

returned uie ire, torcing tn is
raejis to withdraw after a 15-min
ute rifle and machinegun duel.

He said the Israelis crossed the
Jordan .river into Syria and ad advanced
vanced advanced across the demilitarized
zone to a point 100 metres west of

,.the outpost, at Albreegad, before

opening lire.
The spokesman slid the reason
for the Israeli attack was "not yet
known."

sfetEcr

1 wl&fV

I;
as :

Crash-landing
Delays Rockefeller
Return To II. York
RI"DE JANEIRO. Nov, 21

(UPI) A Brazilan air force
plane's crash landing last nigtit
at Rio airport delayed governor, governor,-elect
elect governor,-elect Nelson Rockefeller's sched scheduled
uled scheduled return to the United States by
11 hours.
No One was killed in the emer emergency
gency emergency landing, but damage to
airfield facilities made it neces

sary to close the field overnight J

The Pan-American airliner
which Rockefeller was to have
boarded here at 9 p.m. yesterday
remained in Sao Paulo until re repairs
pairs repairs ate -completed. It was re rescheduled
scheduled rescheduled to leave at 8 a.m. to today,
day, today, arriving in New York-early
Saturday.
Brazil's President Juscelino Ku Ku-bitschek
bitschek Ku-bitschek sped Rockefeller on his
way with a warm indorsement of
his qualifications as a posible
President of the United States.
After entertaining the New York
Republican at lunch, Kubitschek
told UPI that he considers Rock Rock-feller
feller Rock-feller an efficient administrator
with a keen grasp of world af affairs.
fairs. affairs. ... u .,

To protect
your proud
possession...

Use new Gulfpride Select motor oil. This fine product
the pride of Gulfi made for motorists who take
pride in their cars.
Never before has there been an oil so clear, so pure,
so high in clean -working protection to valuable un unseen
seen unseen working parts of an engine.
And this ultra-high quality detergent oil won't break
downeven in Panama's high-temperature driving con conditions.
ditions. conditions. For the life of your car, change your oil every
1000 miles. Always be sure you use Gulfpride Select
the world's finest motor oil.

New Gulf pride Select
Gulf Petroleum, S. A.

oKo

BUICK

.

AUTOMOBILE ROW
..'
0LDSMOBILE o CHEVROLET

"DISK JOCKEY SHOW"
every Friday from 9 00 to 930 p.m.
M. ;
Your Community Network YCM

840 Klloeyctes
- PANAMA

1090 Kilocycles
' COLON

ml

She
will
love
TO.PAZ
in
a
distinctive :

setting
The rich amber
tone of these
fine gems will
make your gift
her most prized
possession.

SHOP NOW FOR
CHRISTMAS ;
Use Our
Lay-Away-Plan
REMEMBER... i
you can
WIN EVERY WEEK
in our
FREE RAFFLE! y
rree "Chlco" de Oro Stamps
ADD DTD
) THX JHrWILRY 8TORS
lt-47 Central Ave. USlj
Where you Double yout
money Fret
iL



-

i'-rws
PAGE EIGHT
TBS PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPE
FRIDAY1, NOVEMBER, 21, 19&
Clarke, Winston Brown Tonight's SfartinmBit

Vberf

emits

O

t

Cerveza Balboa vs. Kings
In: League's Second Game
llefthander Vibert Clarke, a pitcher with a pen penchant
chant penchant for moodiness but a real tough hombre when
he's' willing and right, has been chosen to open on the
mound for the newly-formed Kings team whith
makes its league debut tonight at the Olympic Sta Sta-(
( Sta-( dium against Cerveza Balboa, whose starting hurler
will be righthander Winston Brown.
The season got under way last night with Marl Marlboro
boro Marlboro beating the champion Carta Vieja Yankees, 4-1,
before President Ernesto de la Guardia Jr. and a
crowd which was offically announced as 9983 paid,
but estimated as at least 13,000.

Clarke, a fixture with Cerveza
Balboa (formerly Spur Cola) for
several seasons, has sat out the
last two' winters in Panama and
was released to the Kings this
' year. He did not play in the U.S.
last summer.
s Brown hurled for Austin, Class
AA Texas League, during the
past season and will get a tryout
with the parent National League
champion Milwaukee Braves
next spring.
Last night Milwaukee Braves
righthander Humberto Robinson
gave up six hits and an unearn unearned
ed unearned run in six and one-third in innings
nings innings before he suffered a blist blister
er blister on the middle finger and gave
way to Leonardo Ferguson who
shut out the Yankees the rest
of the way.
Eddie NaDoleon "ot. th SmoV
prse off to fn earh' 2-0 ad in 1

s'n-Heft

T.np jBTum irame wuen i'
mtth tho hass lopderi. h"
hit was Ffldie's second of the
came havin? hfd p leadoff dou double
ble double in the first Inning.
The Yanks rot thir nlv
marker the etMh when
Tony Bart'rome on1od. w
the second straight tm. and
scored when secnrt basrnan
Alonso Brathwite made a
two-be tbrowlnif error on
Billy Shantz' easy grounder.
Fobb Prescott's single after
Pablo Bernard ?ot on bse on
shortston Gair Allie's hoot and
advanced to third on George
Altman's double, produced the
Smokers' two final tallies
Robinson said afterward that
he tired In the third but picked
DRIVE-IN
,:0 TQnvy 9:00
POPULARWGWfl
$1.10 PER CAR!
Joel McCREA In
"STAR IN MY CROWN"
In TECHNICOLOR!
j Sat, Sun., MonTj
WEEKEND RELEASE!
Kirk Douglas Tony Curtis
- In
"THE VIKINGS"

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

TQDAY
CAPITOLIO
85c ' 15c.
FOX FIRE
with Jeff Chandler
- Also:
SASKACHEWAN
with Alan Ladd
onlV
1 MINUTE
OLD,
wheo you
GUARANTEE GOOD

up well until the seventh when

weariness and the ouster iorcea
him to leave the game. Manager
Stanford Graham lifted the
hurler, who was in full agree agreement,
ment, agreement, when he walked losing
pitcher Jim Umbricht who mov moved
ed moved to second on Bartirome's
sacrifice.
Ferguson retired Billy Shantz
on a roller to second and fanned
Bill Parsons to end the threat.
Umbricht, who left the gamefor
Bob Frederick after the former
ran into trouble in the eighth
wag the victim of poor support
at the plate from his teammates.
The Yankees left men on base
in every inning save the last
two, for a total of eight.
Punctuality was the order of
the night at the stadium.
The President arrived at ex exactly
actly exactly 7:05. amid a fireworks dis display.
play. display. By 7 15 leaeue directors.
team representatives, umpires
and players had assembled in
field for brief flag-raising
ceremonies and paraded before
the stands.
. In the rear of the rjarade came
the queen of the Cocle team.
Hiss Amelia Cheo6te, seated in
a cart .drawn by two oxen. The
queen was dressed in a colorful
pollera-montuna.
Umpires Dal Thornton, Willie
Hind?. Willie Williams and Lew
Hilzlneer went to home plate at
7:25 and that was the cue for
Ernestito to go"; to the mound,
iaKe oi r his coat una throw a
curve, .which caught the outside
corner, to Yankee -c a tcher
Shantz.
At 7:30 the 1958-59 campaign
was underway.
i Tonight's probable starting
lineups:
KINGS
Pumpsie Green, ss
Gail Henley, cf
Ellas Osorio. lb
Ken Hunt, If
Les Peden, c
Granville Gladstone, rf
Owen Friend, 2b
Carlos Heron, 3b
Vibert Clark, p
CERVEZA BALBOA
Dave Roberts, lb
Clarence Moore, ss
Barry Shetrone. cf
Hector Lopez, 2b
Clyde Parrls, 3b
Nat Peeples, rf
Reinaldo Grenald, If
Leon Kellman. c
Winston Brown, p

baiti5bs.TQDAY

T I V O L I
Z5c. 15c.
BANK! $125.00
THE TOUGHEST
MAN ALIVE
with Dane Clark
- Also: -AN
ANNAPOLIS
STORY
with John Derek

VICTORIA
15c.
SUPERMAN AND
THE MOLEMAN
MAD AT THE
WORLD
and'
THE JUNGLE

ftr0$tOn0 DRI-CHARGED BATTERIES
AND ACCESSORIES WILL PUT YOUR CAR
IN TOP CONDITION and keep it that way!

Available
at your
service
station
HERE A IN THE U.S.A.

Nelson Sweeps

I.L Batting;
Parris Fifth
MONTREAL, Nov. 21 (UPI) -Rocky
Nelson of Toronto, often
called "the best hitter in the min minors,"
ors," minors," was officially certified as
the International League's triple
crown champion for 1958 today,
marking the second time he ac accomplished
complished accomplished the feat.
Th 34-yir-old Ntlson wen hit
first triplt crown at mtmbtr
of tht Montreal Royals in 1955
whan ho lad the league with a
.364 averag, 130 runs batted in
and 37 homers.
Daring the past season, Nelson
topped the circuit with a .326 m
120 runs batted in and 43 homeia,
according to official figures releas
ed by International League head
quarters here.
Nelson, who never could make
the major league grade in separ
ate iriais witn ine uarainais, pir
ates, wmte box, Indians and Dodg
ers, made a shambles of Interna
tionai League pitching this year.
in aoamon to tne tnree major
uues, ne also led the leaeue in to
tal bases, with 340, and bases on
bails, with 92.
That left little else for the oth
er hitters in the league.
Solly Drake of Montreal col
ected the most hits, 183, the most
triples, 16. and scored the most
runs, 105. Joe Caffie of Buffalo led
in doubles, with 39.
Len Johnston of Richmond stole
the most bases, 37, and Antonio
Gonzalez of Havana was hit the
most times by a pitcher, 13.
Only five players who went to
bat the necessary 477 times or
more wound up inside the .300
circle.
Jim Pendleton of Columbus
was runmrup to Nelson with
.312 and he was followed by age ageless
less ageless Luke Easter of Buffalo at
.307 Drake, .301, and Clyde Par Parris
ris Parris of Montreal, .300.
- Howie Goss of Columbus wound
up me league's No. 1 strikeout vic
tim by fanning 123 times.
Manuel Ycaza Pays
To Tanforan Track'
SAN BRUNO, Calif., Nov. 21
(UPI) Manuel Ycaza, the
Panamanian jockey who sustain-
ed a fractured collar bone and
concussion of the brain in a
three-horse spill at Tanforan
last Friday, paid a surprise visit
to the track yesterday and said
he hoped to ride again before
the meeting ends.
Getaway day is Dec. 20.
Ycaza, his right arm in a
sling, was given permission to
leave Peninsula Hosnital to visit
his mother and sister who ar arrived
rived arrived by plane from Panama Ci City
ty City Wednesday night.
"I have a pin in my shoulder
which may be removed about
Dec. 10, so I might be able to
ride during the last few days of
the meeting, the 20-year-old
Jockey said.
The feature race went to Zo Zo-diakos,
diakos, Zo-diakos, who took the lead at the
start and stayed there to beat
out the favored Breeze I Will by
a nose. Market Basket was third.
Zodiakos ppld $12.00 to win
and was timed In 1:11 45 for
six furlongs.
RIO
25c. Bank Night!
Gold Prize $500.00
MONSTER AND
THE WOMAN
with Barbara Peyton
Also:
ORIENTAL EVIL
wlth;Martha Hyer
Before the rush is on
lime be sure to replace
SPARK PLUGS
FAN BELT
RADIATOR HOSE

"THE WORLD'S SAFEST TIRE"
TltANSISTHMIAN HIGHWAY u. TEL. k 8-1501

Jackie Jensen Most

Player

In
Ifliliilillil

fil

SOME CATCH! It Isn't a marlin but it is still a lot of fish. It
was caught by Jack Wagner, U.S. Army employe 'residing at Cif Cif-rundu.
rundu. Cif-rundu. This sawfish was caught off the Amador causeway early
Saturday morning with 24 thread. The length was 14 feet and the
estimated weight 650 pounds.
(Photo by K. Summers)

Atlantic Teenage Baseball
Try outs Get Good Turnout

A good turnout was experienced
at the tryouts held this past Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday afternoon at Mount Hope
stadium. The prospective players
were put through their paces by
league president Ron Angermuller
while George Downing, coach for
Morland's Jets handled the regis registration.
tration. registration. All of the boys showed lots of
hustle and ability, thus presenting
quite a problem for the team man managers
agers managers who have to make the se selections.
lections. selections. It was encouraging .to
note the increase of prospects with
previous experience.
There will not be any further
tryouts held, however, any boy
that is incterested in playing with
the Atlantic Teenagers is again
reminded that they should see Noel
Gibson at the high school or call
F. JJ. Wainio, 3-1581. The dead deadline
line deadline for registrants is Wednesday,
Nov. 26. Team rosters will be
BOWLING ALLEYS
TO BE CLOSED
ON THANKSGIVING DAY
The Service Ctnttr fowling
alleys will be closed ell day
next Thursday in observance of
Thanksgiving Day. It is a long longstanding
standing longstanding custom for the bowl bowling
ing bowling centers to be closed on this
holiday.
The three bowling centers af affected
fected affected er those at B a I b e e,
Diablo Heights, and Margarita.
- Holiday schedules will be in
effect generally throughout the
day next Thursday in observ
ance ef the national holiday.
at car inspection
your worn
BRAKE LINING
BRAKE FLUID
ETC.

American

completed at that time.
As added incentive, prospects
are also to, be reminded that th
Atlantic Tenner League particip
ates in the lopal V. F. W. tourna
ment which sends a team to. the
iNauonal V. F. W, tournament in
Hersney, Fa. This tournament is
MKaU. Ul.. A. i t.
piuuauiy me most oustanaing a a-ohievement
ohievement a-ohievement of any local organiza organization
tion organization on behalf of Canal Zone
.teenagers.
line M. R. A., Margarita Re
creational Association sponsored
team, is in need of a new man
ager. Noel Gibson, their very a-
Die manager for the past seven
years, and past leaeue weaidpnt
is stepping down, He has devoted
many years of untiring assistance
to the league and his team, and
now, oue to otner pressing pro
blems, is no longer able to conti
nue.
. Any person who is willing and
imeresiea snouid contact Mr. Wai
nio, secretary of the league, im
meaiateiy. Several nersnns in
been approached to take over this
ieam wimoui any results at this
ume. jne season is scheduled to
ypen on jan. s, 1359, so urgency
is of prime importance.
Service Center Theatres
TONIGHT
BALBOA fi:lA Jfe-Jl-St
Ben Johnson Jan Harrison
'TQRT BOWIE"
COCO SOLO 1 f'Mt
pana Andrews, Linda Darnell
-ZEKO HOUR" v
DIABLO HTS. 3:M
Clint Walker ,.'
'. Virginia Mayo
"FORT DOBBS"
Owl Show 10:30 o.m.
"BREAKTHROUGH''
GAMBOA 7:0
"THE CAMP ON
1BLOOD ISLAND"
GATUN ; 7:00
Rossano Brazzi
Joan Fontaine
"A CERTAIN SMILE"
in ClnemaScone Xr. Color!
MARGARITA
7:00
Dan Dailey
Claire Kelly
UNDERWATER WARRIOR"
in Cinemascope I :
Owl Show io:30 p.m.
"SERENA D E
PARAISO 7:00
"ACTION i OF THE TIGER"
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
"FORCE OF ARMS"
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
"The World Was His Jury"
CAMP BIERD 7:00
"RAWHIDE YEARS" and
"LORD ef THE JUNGLE"
hrbe Glenn Miller Orchestra
BALBOA ft COCO SOLO
THEATRES Sunday! ;
' ONLY 2 DAYS LEFT TO
. GET TICKETS 1

Valuable

League

BOSTON, Nov. 21 (UPI) Out Outfielder
fielder Outfielder Jackie Jensen of the Bos Boston
ton Boston tied &ox, wno gained All A-
merkan football honors a deoade
ago, 'today won one or basebau s
merican iootoall flonort a decaae
most coveted awaras wnen he was
named the American Leagues
most: vaiuatue piayer ot iaiB.
X b 3i year-old Jensen polled
233 points in balloting by the iiase iiase-bail
bail iiase-bail writers Assooadou Ot Amer
ica, beating out pitcher Bob TUr-
ley of-the ew York Yankees and
ouuielaer ttocky Colavit .of the
Cleveland Indians in iairiy close
voting, luriey received 191 pomts
ana colavito 181.
l Jensen was the, first mertrber of
a non-pennant wuimng ciuo to win
the award since Yogi Berra of the
Yankees captured it four years a a-go
go a-go Wnen Cleveland linished first,
x ne Keq isox iinisned in t h 1 r u
place the past season, 13 games
behind New York. '-
The naming of the blond-haired,
square-snoukiered lormer All-A-
merican fullback for the Universi University
ty University of California in 1948 also broxe
a four-year Yankee hold on the a
ward. MicKey Mantle won it in 19-
56 and 1957, while Berra topk it in
ik4 and X955.
Hard luck outfielder Bob Cerv
ol the Kansas City Athletics finisn-
ed foruth with 164 vtoes. Be
hind him in the first 10 game: 5
Mantle (127) 6. outfielder Roy
aievers of Washington (95) 7. out outfielder
fielder outfielder Ted Williams of Boston
(89) 8. second baseman Nellie
Fox of Chicago (88) 9. catcher
Sherm Lollar of Chicago (57) 10.
second baseman Pete Runnels of
Boston (29).
Jensen thus became the third
Red Sox player in history to win
tne MVf award. Williams won it
twice, in 1946 and '1949. Jimmie
fox took the honors in 1938.
First Blood
Marlboro
Ab R H Po
5 0 2 3
Napoleon, rf .
Brathwaite, 2b -,
Bernard, ss ...
Altman, If .
1
3
2
0
12
0
Prescott, 3b .
Gabler. lb .
Mitcttell, cf .
Cobog, c . .
Robinson, p ;
Ferguson, p .
6
on
01
Totals
34 4
9 27 10
Carta Vieja
Bartlrome
lb
13
8
2
1
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
Shantz, c
Parsons, cf
Allie, ss .
Wllhelm, 3b
Jacobs, 2b
Patton, rf
Kern, If .
Umbricht, p
Frederick, p
Thome .
Totals
33 1 6 27 14
Thome hit into double
for Frederick in 9th.
Play
Marlboro
Carta Vieja
020 000 0204
000 0100001
, SUMMARY Errors: Prescott
Brathwaite, 'Allie. Runs batt&a
in: Napoleon 2, Prescott 2. Two
base hits: Napoleon, Bartlrome
2, Cobos, Brathvaite, Altman.
Earned Runs: Marlboro: 3.
Doubleplays: Jacobs, Allie, Bar Bartlrome
tlrome Bartlrome ; Gabler (una ssisted)
Sacrifice hits: Bernard, Bartl Bartlrome.
rome. Bartlrome. Struck out: by Umbricht
6; by Robinson 5, by Ferguson
1, by Frederick 1. Base on balls:
off Umbricht 2, off Robinson 1,
off Frederick 1, off Ferguson 1.
Left on base: Carta Vieja 8.
Marlboro 7. Pitchers record:
Robinson 6 hits. 1 run in 6 13
innings; Umbricht 4 runs, 9 hits
in 7 innings (pitched to 3 batters
In 8th). Winning. pitcher: Robin,
son 1-0. Losing pitcher: Um Umbricht
bricht Umbricht 0-1. Umpires: Thornton.
Hinds, Williams. Hllzinger. Paid
attendance: 9,983. Time of game:
2:34.
Ruth Torlorlci's 78
Leads Women In
Ruth Tortorici, a left handed
blaster from Brazos 'Brooks, turn turned
ed turned in a very sharp 78 yesterday
afternoon at the Summit Hills Golf
Tournament. Qualifying rounds
must be played bt sundown Sun
day, November 23J
Cleo Burns had chalked up a
very neat 79 and appeared to be a
cinch for ladiec' medalist honors
until Ruth took the course yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon,
Another 1i has been added to
the growing list of golfers turning
in 74'a Among tne men as Brazos
Brook's Anibal Galindo played his
qualifying round in matching
strokes with his olub mate Don
Hause. Panama's Jim Hinkle and
Jeff Kline and Amador's R u i s
Chaffman.
Tliese five men. lead the list of
130 golfers wno nave already shot
their qualifying rounds An addi additional
tional additional 15 golfers signed the tourn
ament .sheet, ; but the course was
declared unplayable and these
golfers are expected to tour the
Summit course this week-end a
long with approximately 50 other
local Unksmea, ( V'-:P.'

; Editor: CONRADO SARGEAMT :;'; 1

Panama raorassipNiaijBvf

Teams
Kil.-ir-
K
0
X
o
0
0
CB
0
. 0
0
0
mariooro . . .x
K'ng ;;vrV,M.0 ;;vrV,M.0-Cerveza
Cerveza ;;vrV,M.0-Cerveza Balboa. 0
Carta V!eja ..;;0 v
Total o

Tonight's dame

At Olympic Stadium: Cerveza
(Clarke).' i-.

last Night's Results ;
At Olympic Stadium: Marlboro f, Carta Vieja 1
Game time 7:30 p.m.

LSU's Fast
Souths
For All-America
By DAVID M. MOFFIT
ATLANTA (UPIU-Rillv Pannnn
the 200-pound junior halfhart whA
has combined speed and strengtti
iu pace iop-ranKea Louisiana State
through the nation's only perfect
major-team season, has th Smith.
east's staunchest backing for all all-America
America all-America recognition.
For two seasons scouts' reports
on Louisiana State have contained
one ominous note: "Don't .give
Cannon the ball on an open
field!" Kickoffs are usually angled
away from Cannon: whan hp' at
safety punters prefer shorter,' out-
ui uounas doois to those which
Cannon might return.
Stopping Cannon defensively is
another matter. He. leads the
Southeastern Conference- in rush-
VK With a SfiB vard tnlal ; .. n ,1
S. 7-yard average. He is also -a
dangerous passer throwing for
the touchdown that helped edge
upset-bent Mississippi State last
week 7-6; H's a long-range punt punt-er;
er; punt-er; and a sound conversion kick
er.
As a track star last spring Can Cannon
non Cannon ran a 9.5 second 100 and
thw the shot put 53 feet, 7 inch inches.
es. inches. This performance prompted a
national sports magazine to com
ment: "He either the fastest
snot putter or strongest sprinter
in track annals."
Strong Centers
The strongest position in the
ooumeasi appears to be center
wnere no less than five men ale
being plugged for all A
Max Fugler of LSU, Jackie BUrk-
cii m, uuru-ranKea Auourn, and
Maxie Baughan of Georgia Tech
are running neck-ahd-np1t nii.
Lloyd of GeoJgia ahd Milton Craih
ot Mississippi are only a step be1
hind.
The Southeast has had its full
share of backfield stars this
son, in addition to Cannon, there's

Billy

Staunchest

Gun Ctuti JSotes

The monthly National Rifle As Association
sociation Association approved pistol match
was held at Baiboa Gun Club
Sunday, Nov. 16s
There were twertty-th'ee shoot shooters
ers shooters present repre&en'n the top
handgun talent, of the Isthmus.
Good weather held lh:ougnv out the'
match and was reflected-by the
high scores fired. -'-
Match winner was nayy chie'
I.N. McKee of Rodman Naval
Station 'with an 844 out of g possi
blc 900. Expert class, first plice-,
Paxil Stewart, of the Canal Zone
Police with 817. Second place in
the: expert .clasj, Sgt. R. K.
Baugh, U. S. Army, ft:. Kobbft,.
800. Sharpshooter class winner,
Dir. I. Fabrega, 766. '
In the individual matches:, first
event, .22 caliber national match,
course, winner, McKee 283X300:
1st expert, Htfrvey Smith 'f 278;
2nd expert, Baugh 279; "sharp'-
snooter, nuxton 28; marksman.
aief W. J. Mohr,. U.S. Navy Rod
man laval Station, 271. t
Second event,, center -fire nation national
al national match course, winner. McKee
285; 1st expert, Baugh( 280;
2nd expert, Stewart 271;' sharp sharpshooter,
shooter, sharpshooter, Buxton 268; marksman
Fabrega 246.
'''"tt- '' ,' 1 'v;.C'i;.'.;4'7;:';""H';,
; Third event, .45 calib-r nation national
al national match course, winner ; McKv-i-276;
, 1st expert, Stewart 272.
2nd expert Sgt B. Gregory, U.S.
Army;, Ft. Clayton, "268-; sharp sharpshooter.
shooter. sharpshooter. Chief L. W.i Parks, '.N.
val Communication! Station. Bat-
boa 260; Marksman,, Dr. fabrega
Z6o,';:'v; iifls 'v;;;;'' ii,S":v
This was the lasCNRA. ipprov-
Pl8tl mtch i 5' The next
vw P Add m uiual en tbi

L
0
0
;b
1
1
ptc.; mL
1,000 vy
1
o,
.0
0
1
2000
(,.000
.000'
M J'
v..ilt'l
.' Km
Balboa (Brown) vs
:';: -r -.4--
Recognition
Sol
nauoacK Jdlinnv RohnSniS n4l
quarterback Warren Rabb of LSUf
ivjtuie reuioon ot ju ju-lane,
lane, ju-lane, the fonference- offense and,.;
passing leader quarterback; Bob Bobby
by Bobby Franklin and fullback- Charles
Flowers, of Mississippi; halfback
Tom Moore of Vanderbilti quar quarterback
terback quarterback Lloyd Nix of Auburnr half"
bac-i Gy''Steen of Alabamar
aand. fullback T h e r o a Sapp of1.
Georgia. ; v :
' Jerry Wilson .of Auburn leads
the nominations at end; Vel Heck
man jof Florida has been the
Southeast's .outstanding tackier
and Zeke Smith of. Aubarn anci
George Deiderich. of Vanderbilt
have "been season-lonr; stars at'
guard. Other top linemen include i
end D0n Flemming of Florida; tr
tac.kIe leve Wester of AubuWT'
and ..Mel- Branch f LSO? and
guards Asa Cox of Florida,' Bo"?
Strange of Louisiana .State and
Bobby Urbano of Tennessee. J
t Basest Crowd s 1
The headline game in the South Southeast
east Southeast this weekend win be at New;
.Orleans, .where possibly 80,000,
m J!g?,st crowd to ever attends
a football -game in the South, will
Watch tavrtvaA' T

cv
0
'.'v1'

Cannon

Backing

close ,put,, its r g u 1 a iv season
against Tulane. The only other
Conference game scheduled finds
Tennessee and. Kentucky tangling
at Knoxville, Tenn.. 8 i
In pon-league games Alabama
will entertain Jjttle Memphis State -Attbnni
:;g;'i h g fter itt -23rJ?
straight without a loss, will b e
host to Wake Forest; Florida wiflt
be thomejto independent. Florida
by The Citadel. The other confer conference
ence conference teams are idl this week-
end.
Independent Miami, which has
won only one of seven after pre-'
season billing as one of the area's
best, will take on, Houston to- -morrow
mght at Miami.. '.-

third Sunday of January, 4959.
We'll be looking, for' you. then,.,
The ; first Balboa Gun -Club-i
night shopting match to be, fie'd

reeentlp was Jired .Tuesday the
Uth of Novembfer;' There wrfs an1
excellent turhout. olhooftrs.'tAd-e
ditional lights, and targets r .were
required .to be Jnstal'.ed in order 0:
that, all present, could fire); :r

With the, exception of the ''AHanv..-

he side group, must of the better
pistol men of the Isthmus were
present. Scores In all e 1 a s t'.
were quite' .' high, with a very I
small difference Of points between
the match winner and each sue-'
ceeding classification.1 a!4"h-S
. ':';: if.;vuV:
t The course of firewa
Perry1 Police Course: and 'a Short

National Match Course fired wiatiit
theu.22 calibei pistol. Out of a pos possible
sible possible 600 aggregate match, winnljig
score were as fo'lpwsiJ M Unfit-winner-Sgt
R. K,v BaugL K S. I

Army, K. Kobbe 568; expert
A. ; ." 't ,:'''V' ,v:
-Warriner Bass 562;;. 1st sham.'
ahooters Sgt. Pi iWiiaaet HJ4 :t ;Sr
a r orce.r a i t r o o k 582: 1st
marKsman tvnief, w Moar;j Unii
S.Nltmanvattatjoi.;

, Future: night- matches jre plin-'i"
ned and will probably be held twe
times monthly, with, dates .being

Today. Incanto .251
;:At j:oo pm. ..- 1
LOS MONARCAS DEL AIRE
On the Screen: 1
'MAN WIH MY FACE"1
I'Tom Brown's Scheel Daya"

it

I. Mjf:'!



FRIDAY, K0TDE8EB 21, U5I

, THE PAN AMI AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE KINt
Seems ;'Siirel
Feature

Gazapo

ling

In One

Mile

;

Quidico Returns To; Action?
To Be Excluded From Betting

( The Stud Caliai speedy Gazapo loom a "sure
thing" to score an easy victory in the featured $750
one niteienth race at the President' Remon race

track tomorrow- afternoon.
Th(KSty' itldlBg,lat: week
went ofrliih oJd-bn mdtuets
rite itnd finished a creditable third
after Jockey Gml'ermu Sanchez
lost ttirrup luon after the start
of a seven turlong dash. Quickie,
riddea by local saddle ace Braubo
Baeza, wuvnd up the winner. :
This time Biera replaces San Sanchez
chez Sanchez and the Chilean-bred ton of
Roi UAtout Gazapi figures to
easily whip bis three second eer eerier
ier eerier opponents. Only Playboy,; Su Su-rumuur
rumuur Su-rumuur aid Al Justo w:i' oppose
tke Stanley Cos-trained speedster.
Al Jumo waich came on to beat
miX Gazapo for the place by a ha'J
length, should be the second
choice in th betting. Playboy,
mow enjoying his best form since
arriving. on the Isthmus with the
refutation of being a first class
Cuter, is also 'sure to be heavily
eked.
Surumeno, once a track cham championship
pionship championship prospect but now a con

Rate Track Graded Entries

Hone
Jockey St.
1st Race
"Special"

Imp, 7 Fs. Purse $450.00
First Race of the Double,

1 Nedrey J. Talavera 105
2 Cleron S. Carvajal 115
-Festival V. Castillo 115
a Hoi.i B. Acruirre lib
5 Barioa O. Bravo 112
6 M Fier-o S. Hernandez 105
7 Alamito A. Perez 108'
S Indian Call A. Credidio 112
rCordiaI C. De:gado lOTx
2nd Race 4th Series Imp. 4 Fgs.
Second Race
1- -Rose Of T. W. R. Aguirre 115
2- rNogalino J. Phillips 115'
Aboiengo V. Castillo 115
4-anoe. J. Jerez 112
Sirtoatriculado R. Crui 104
6 El Agheiia S. Hernandez 110
7- Joes Fiddling G. Sanchez 115
Wulio Verne J. Rodriguez 110
3rd
kace "O" Natives
Fos.
ON
14-Don Luis J. Ulloa 118
24rGuacamaya A. Credidio 106"
3fVV. Wonder A. ASfaro 118

14 1 JllueiO "- oaeta ivo vuum unit ww
'SDpn Win.ueU'. JuStinlanL 102it.Not against these -6-jSilver
Sun S. Hernandez 108 Rates good ch'nce

4th Race "D y E
Natives e Fgs.

QUINIELA

Wulie
2-uDaniel -5-Chito
axuftapa -5-Black
Bet
go-iilanquita
7-Linda Suty
J. Jimenez 108
A. Gonzalez 108
B. Baez 114
S.( Carvajal 106
F. Sancheri02x
-J. Talavera 115
F. Justiniani JOlx
5th" Rece "H" Natives S Fgs.
li-Okiland B. Baeza 108
2r-Bagdad-. A. Gonzalez .105
3-i-Sideral A. Ycaza 113
4- -Filpn M. Guerrero 108
5- Don Vito A. Reyes R. 110
6-Silver Girl B. Aguirrd 108
-' -.
eth Race 4th Series

Imp 7 Fas. Purse $400.00
First Rece of the Double

1 Greco S. Hernandez 118
2 El Fakir J. Talavera 108
J Cypress I. 8. Carvajal 110
4 rrirre.ne B. BaezallS
5 Mar Bravo V. Castillo 116
6 The Gipsy F. Alvarez 118
7 Recife J. Bedoy a lOOx
7th Race 5th Series
Imp. 4 Fgs.
Second Rece
1- King
2 Sober View
Plateado
4J-Colifato
5-rLa Generala
OVLark
7 Joberla
8 Charicleia
9 Caracoles
10-9-Zumar
11- Dagon
3, Phillips, 110
A, Alfaro 110
R. Cruz 107x
C. Quiros 103x
S. Carvajal 108
A. Credidio 110
J. Talavera. 110
. Hernandez. 115
A. Iraza 110
B. Baeza 115
F. Sanchez I05x
Ith
Race

Natives 4 Fes. Pure $375.00
- QUINIELA

1 Folletito F. Sanchez I05x
2 Solito Jose Rodriguez 115
3 Sjhri B. Baeza 115
4i.Naraniazo D. Barret H5x.r
5 Victoria A. Aliaro 112
6 tyayrita ... F. Justiniani 103x
7 Noticion J. Phillipa '108
S-rMiml R, Cruz 112x
fth Race 3th Series Imp. 7
Fgs;
ONI
1 Alcaraz A. Ycaza 15
Guadalcanal B. Baeza 110
3 E. Wondd B. Aguirre 110
4 i-A s You Like Her J, Tala. 115
5 Dictingo A. Gonzalez 105
6 Red Labei Fj Jusiinisni 105x
7 Phillipion :, A. Credidio, 10J
'0m Race 2nd Series IP- I Pat.
1 Play Boy,s
Rodriguez HO
A. Perez 108
F- Alurez 113
B, Baeis 120
2 surumeno
3 Al Justo
4 Gazapo
11th Race Jth Series Imp. 4 Fgs.
1 Mondelsr J, Perez 118
2 Manandoagua -;A. Alfaro 413
3-Geyser , B. Baeza 10$
k 4-Chacotero j A. Perez 108
l5-Muuche T. Ah ares 108
' &-Quidko ,v . J. Ulloa 115

firmed in-snd-oiiter, wifl. te the

fato-frank" outsider in the Tace.'Alejan-

dro-Veres will guide Surumeno.
Caeev Julio Rodriguez will have
the Tea- up on Playboy while
hustling I ernando Alvarez will
guide Al Justo.
. Anihher point of Interest on
tomorrow's card will be the re
turn to 'action of classy Chilean
router Quidico. The latter has not
started since his record-breaking
local debar in the Nov. 3 $10,000
Panama Independence Day Cus
sic.
Ouidieo is scheduled to go
against five other fifth series ra racers
cers racers in the nightcap. Mondesir,
Manadoagua, Geyser, Chacotero
andn!iuche are scheduled to
match strides against the new
comer. Quidico will be excluded
for the betMcc.
Nine other races round out jn
attractive program.
CemmeM
Pool Closes 1:00
Form indicates 3-2
Trained hard for this 5-1
Has good rating 5 2
Good early speed ; 101
Reportedly speedy 10-1.
-j-Has shown nothing 25-1
Could make it here 4-1
Ran well in debut 3-1
- Reportedly improved 3-1
Purse $400.00 Peel Closes 1:30
of the Double
Seems fastest here-.
Scored easily in last
Form indicates 1
Can w.nf fractious
Early speed only
No,. 1 contender
Depends on start
Usually close up
3- 1
51
EVEN
4- 1
15-1
7-5
41
Purse $375.00
TWO
Peel Cteses 2:00
- Should score easily
Early speed xnly
No 1 contender
EVEN
101
2-1
2-1
25-1
41
Purse $425.00 Pool Closes 2:30
Enjoying best form 4-1
Could be Upsetter 8-1
Form In favor 3-2
Not in best form 15-1
Always dangerous 5-2
Distance to liking 2-1
Vastly improved 3-1
Purse $375.00
Peel Closes 3:00
Distance, suits
tyle
EVEN
8-1
3- 1
31
4- 5
4-5
Must go lower
Refuses at the start
Could get up here
Depends on start
Form indicates
Peel Closes 3:40
Nothing recently 30-1
Not good enough 25-1
Usually disappoints' 4-1
Jockey should help 2-1
Good recent races 31
Best early speed 8-2
Doesn't seem likely 15-1
Purse $500.00
of the Double
Peel Closes 4:10
Not against these 10-1
Ran well in last 4-1
Distance handicaps 15-1
Nothing to recommend 20-1
Nothing in montha S01
Good early speed 15-1
Hard to beat here 3-2
Last was Impressive 2-1
Bad legs hamper 15-1
Jockey will help C 2-1
Could be upsetter 2-1
Peel Closes 4i40
Not on recent form
Jockey handicaps
Seems best here
- Coold make it now
Should be close up
Good early speed
Can runs; fractious
Nothing in months
10-1
101
4 5
3-1
5-2
51
4-1
5-1
f
Peel Closes 5:15
Purse $450.00
TWO
Should score again
Will fight it out
Must go lower-
Returna from, layoff
Would pay nice odds
Last was excellent
Not good enough
4-5
2-1
151
5-2
101
-4-1
10-1
Purse
$750.09 Peel Closes 5:40
Could get up here
Nothing to indicate
Ran well in last
Seem much the beet
5-2
2-l
5-2
3-5
4:00
Purse $500.00 feel Clem
Rider only handicap - 3-2
Improving Slowly , 4-1
Jockey will help 8-1
Distance to liking 5-2
Ready to win now "t 2-1
Excluded from bettbifl ; XXXx

r

CHAMPIONSHIP FORM Gene Hicks ef Albrook Air Force Base Ms perfect .wedge, shot to the
eight-green in the finals of the Fort Amador Handicap Golf Championship played last Sunday. Hicks'
consistent golf enabled him to emerge vlctoripits over Morris McCullough of. Balboa, 2-1.
' ; -. fU.S. Army Photo)

HOOF BE ATS
By Conrodo SargemU

A half dozen newcomers will
break into the local racing pic picture
ture picture over the weekend. Barioa,
Damajuana, Luciente, Last Pust,
Cheyenne and Baudouin, all
Chilean-bred, will make their
first starts at the President Re Remon
mon Remon racetrack tomorrow and
Sunday,
Barioa, a brown three-year-old
daughter 6f Step Brother
Aslatica, is owned by the Stud
Ramsingh and trained by James
Wairit.
bamalnana, a three-year-old
chestnut filly by Your Highness Highness-Darinka,
Darinka, Highness-Darinka, is the property of the
Stud Renona and is being train trained
ed trained by Melnaldo Diaz.
Luciente, a fractious four four-..ar.nirt
..ar.nirt four-..ar.nirt iviv ro nof L'Orlflam-
nw-Hullo Huilo,' is pwned and
trained bv Simeon Alien.
Last Dust, a five-year-old
chestnut mare by Fiaro-Cam-hrlna.
wUl raw under the col colors
ors colors of Jose M. ftuintere Jr.
with Jos M. Quintero Sr. In
charge of the training.
Chevenne is a "ve-year-oM
..n.Vnr Af v.lmn TT out Of Sin
n his tar. This five-year-old
brown horse is owned w Ricar Ricar-do
do Ricar-do A. Llnce and trained by Luis
H. Farrugia.
B!audouin. a four-year-old
chestnut colt by My Chum-Ou U U-...m...
...m... U-...m... 1. thu nrnnertv of Miss
Tlta Melendez and Henry White
1. i Viarota or nis T,raumiK.
Barioa is a scneouicu dwi
in
tAiMAprnv'! TirSL iwb'imv
the others are an emerea
IAJ1I1V W
for
Sunday's ninth race.
nOo
Trainer James Waint, who has
been reinstated alter servins w.
iHnftnit auanension. has taxen
"... hanriUns of Oilarart
Introduction and
Latino, which racw under the
colon of the Stud Rio Grande,
has been turned over to trainer
Jose" Oscar Mendoza. Hubert
(Buddy) Greavea was Latinos
prevloul trainer. ;
Elated Jensen
Tickled Pink'
At MVP News
BOSTON; Nov. 21 (UP1
jensen saiu waf
i.j Mia tiwi he had won
theAmerican League most valu valuable
able valuable player award for 1958. i
'Winning thJ makes the season
as big a one as you could have,
th. tijuar old. Boston Red sox
outfielder said by telephone from
his Uke Tahoe, Nev., home.
uvi hov nn idea now happy
this makes me. The1 most valuable
player award is the ultimate goal
Oi-an paseoau peyo.
"It realy thrills me-to death.
This was .the best year I've ever
hd I felt halfway through we
season that I wa going to Jiave a
hitf Vear because I hadn't had a
lnmn of course. I ran into one
in Rotember and while 1958 was
mv best season 1 was hoping to
have a better one.: -
"l cot off to a eood start, which
was a big help. In spring training
I think I'm the world's worst-look
Ini hitter, but once the .season
tarts I seem to hit my stride."
NAM ID ARMY COACH
SAN FRArtcifiro iriTPtt rtii
Fischer, former University cJ Ne-1
vaaa court star, has been named
coach of the All-Army basketball
team. ine squaa wiu piay imer
service and AAU teams with an
eye toward a possible berth in

the I960 Olympics. .,

, J.
"':,
( A 4 y 1 '.y r

Eddie Arcaro maide a brief
stopover at the Tocumen Airport
weanesaay nignt on his way to
rriAi.M-u. sr 1
lumra, reru wnere ne Owns a
few oil wells. Arcaro told local
sports writers that in his opin opinion
ion opinion Panama's Manuel (Mannvi
Ycaza la a better rider than both
BUl' Hartack and Willie shoe shoemaker.
maker. shoemaker. Arcaro, one of horse racing's
few millionaire jockeys, was ac accompanied
companied accompanied on his trip by a body bodyguard.
guard. bodyguard. 0O0
And speaking of Ycaza, his
mother, sister and two of his
brothers left this week to vis visit
it visit him at the San Bruno Hos Hospital
pital Hospital where he was recentlv
operated on following his fall
that resulted In s broken col collarbone
larbone collarbone and a few fractured
ribs.
, Manuel's brothers said they
hope to convince him that, he
should return to Panama to
convalesce at the home of his
parents.
0O0
This afternoon at 4 o'clock Dr.
Tibere Nicolas Scooul. a so so-cialist
cialist so-cialist In nervous disorders, will
five a lecture at the President
Remon racetrack's veterinary
clinic. Horse owners and train trainers
ers trainers are especially invited.
Dr.. Sceopul recently spoke on
nervous ailments to turfmen in
Buenos Aires and Chile. He
hopes to help eliminate the caus causes
es causes of nervous disorders which
Often makes horses lose their
sweat.

For the Best
in news and entertainment
HOG-YCN
S40 PANAMA 1090 COLON

I haye a husband to be' proud of;
but he was not at his best at the
breakfast Uble.

To tell the truth, he didn't say
word when I gave him hla pre present,
sent, present, ( but he did begin c to us

sgssMWPwwsWiitwix'wii m

C.F.N. RadiorTV j
Sports Schedule
The Caribbean Forces Network
has announced the following sports
broadcasts for the week. ;
Radio
Saturday, Nov. 22 Football:
Dartmouth' vs Princeton fol'owed
by Notre Dame, vs University of
Iowa, 1:15 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 23 Football:
Los Angeles Rams vs. Baltimore.
Colts, 1:45 p m. j
Thursday, Nov. 27 Football:
Cornell vs University of Pennsyl Pennsylvania,
vania, Pennsylvania, 1:15 p m.
Friday, Nov. 28 Preview of
rmy Navy Game, 3 p.m.
Saturday Nov. 29 Football:
Army vs Navy followed by Notre
Dame vs University of Southern
Califernia, 1:15 p.m.
Sunday, Ncv. 30 Football:
Army vs Navy followed by Notre
Dame vs University of Southern
California, 1:15 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 30 Football:
San Francisco Forty Niners vs
Baltimore Co ts, 1.45 p.m
Stateside football scores: Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 11 pm., CFN NEWS; Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, about 3 p.m., at end of pro
football game on radio; Monday,
6:45 p.m. on Sports Segment,
PANORAMA.
Television 1
Friday, Nov. 21 Wrestling, 9
p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 22 Football:
Stanford vs Oregon State, 3 p.m.
Wednesday Nov. 26 Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday Night Fights, 10 p.m.
Thursday, Nov. 27 Fight of
the Week, 10 p.m.
Friday, Nov, 28 Wrestling,
10 p.m.

rvondororf what my husband would qpyt.

For a long time 1 couldn't decide
why he had the early morning
blues, until one day a friend gave
me a gentle hint.

0 I LxLJ 747

Less than t weeks later. 1 smiled
smujrgly when he ald..."M!r
PhUllSave Is the most wonderful
present .you m&t

Sole Distributer

Racetrack Tips

By CONRADO
1 Nedrey
2 Abelengo
3 Don Luis
4 Ctiito
e Don Vlto (e)
The Gipsy
7 tharicleia
tSahri
tOwadknel
10 Gazapo
11 Mondesir
Festival
El Agheiia
Pilluele
Bltnquita
Okiland
Trirrtme
iebeHa
Victoria
Alcarai
Playboy
Gtyser
Sports Briefs
HOLD HARNESS CONFERENCE
. NEW YORK (UPI) The na nation's
tion's nation's leading harness racincr of
ficials open a three-day rules con conference
ference conference today in the New York
Commission offices.
A'S SIGN SCOUT
KANSAS CITY, Mo. UPI)-The
Kansas City Athletics have signed
Joe ikurski as scout for the Chi.
cago area, northern Illinois, Indi Indiana
ana Indiana and Wisconsin.

HERE IS YOUR NEW

koominkm The new A. 40
takes four adults and all t he
luggage you want. Rear seat
folds flat for extra loads.
SH Up to TO ntph in
under a minute thanks to four
forward gears and the
record-holding 948 oc engine.
STYLINQ Pinin Farina, one of the
world's greatest stylists, designed
the new Austin A.40. It's long,
low, and yet amasingly spacious.

MONtY-AViNa You
cover up to 50 miles to
gallon with the A.40.
Give this car any test
it's the biggest bargain
on the market
COME AND
Thl$

B

for PANAMA: Rodriguez y Cemponla ltdo. PANAMA.

Whatever
Happened to...

ERIC TIPTON
Eric Tipton, an all-round
ath-
lete at Duke, made the 1938
Ail-
America football team and "grad-J
uatea to major league DaseDau
we folowlng year. Tipton was a
real triple-threater as a uke
halfback as famous for his. dead
Iy punting as anything else vu
those great Duke defensive teams
of that era. in baseball, ne spent
parts of his first three seasons in
the ouuield' lor tne pniladetpnia
Athletics and then moved to Cin
cinnati for four more years.
Whatever happened to Eric Tip-

mi mam

VVaustin

a.

can
the
SEE YOUR NEW

WW

OeALIR'S NAM! AND AODRISS
tdnrtlMmtnt mtuum 1 1 Sj. Whin erdtrlng quat C.f.V. W I

Wff I WfH WtfttHWfW ItftfWfffrttttflrlWI

U ;,. I WrjMH IJ-lTI.n.. I 1 11:11 U I

No. 1 Jose Francisco de la Ossa Ave. TeL

BBSSlSlllllBllllllllllllllllBBslSSSlSlilSslSllilllllliliMBaMMSIlliSlllSlSlsSifilililllM

Thinking It over, I thought Ye.
It could be the reason": my hus husband
band husband did hate the morning ritual
of shaving with soap and water.

ft ...

Of course 7 can noUee the ditfe-.
rence:' he ahavea more quickly,
has a cleaner shave, and hla skin
"looks and fee la healthier..'

I tone Now 43, he' keeps bit hand

in football as coach of Army's
pound team.
Si
AUSTIN AT
2-1790
,

unbeaten- 150

-

I I a

I I

II vy 1 At

1 fJF l?r

II

I 1

..Give him a PhiliShave" -friend
had said. And, I did.,
despite the qualms I had
Interfering in so personal
matter.

my
of
r V

' Every morning he is in radUntt
mood, because shaving with a
' PhiliShave is tope in shaving ;
i comfort; -)'';'

if

4

.-

1
s



;, H THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
fOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740 ; r

FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE

, y-i- -:r,.,.-i.- .-,;.; "i ,f...

Resorts

r' PHILLIPS OctaiMM CoMifts
Santa Clara R. f.
ma 1-1177 Cristobal 1-1671.

Houses

FOR RENT: Modern thraa bad-
raom chilat, b.droomi.
; maid's room with bark Tal. J-
k 3170.
j
C.Z. Dignitaries
To See Palm Bowl
All-Star Grid Game
Wj ranking officials of the
Canal Zone will be on han I to wit witness
ness witness the first Palm Bowl Football
Game between the White and the
Blue All-Star teams. Governor Pot Potter
ter Potter will make the presentation of
the Palm Bowl Game trophy to
the winning team.
Philip Steers, comptroller of tne
Panama Canal, will give out the
awards to the members of both
teams. The Commanding General,
Caribbean Command the Com Commanding
manding Commanding General, U.S. Army Car Caribbean
ibbean Caribbean the Commanding Gener General
al General U S. Air Force Caribbean and
the Admiral, Commandant 15th
Naval District are expected to be
in attendance to witness the game.
Both all-star teams have been
i i i tu-ji,,frHfnt the week

WOrKing nam uus'
and will be in top-notch shape for
r. mv utl:i. .11 .f.vc run
the game, ine wiuv
nine from a solit-T and a double
wing looked very impressive ;n
their last workout. The Blue all-
.ntv. einalu Uin?
Stars, operating num "b- ---
and T formations, showed plenty
of speed and power.
Those individuals who do not as
yet have tickets may secure them
from the gymnasiums in Canal
Zone communities and at any Arm
ed Forces installation. Tickets will
go on sale at the stadium box of office
fice office at 6:15 p.m. on Wednesday,
November 26. All proceeds go to
the United Fund. Prices: $1 for
children.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
GibrsaltaKLlfe to'- Co..
for rates aind Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Large Stock of "V"
belts at wholesale
prices.
AGENCIAS LARSEN,
S.A.
Phone 2-3492
Opposite Old Balboa Brewery
(Next to English Wharf)
: t
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
"EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
P LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
Jj on new car
AGENCY DEHLINUER
f No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-49S5
'All Types of Auto Insurance
35 mm. Camera
Lens 1.9
the best buy In town
Folo International
155 Central Ave.
Corner "K" Street
1 block from Railroad Station
The New
s
NIKON
With built-in Universal
Vteyftnder System
-4- Panama
Col6n

IE

; For the Beit J
: in netys entertainment
HOG-YCN
840 PANAMA 1090 COLON

i -II I

Apartments
FOR RENT: Luxuriously fur furnished
nished furnished apartmsnra, decorated by
well known interior decorator.
Rental include! all utilities, maid
service, telephone and 24 hour
watchman. Ask at Arte y Dece Dece-racion
racion Dece-racion Store in EdiNcio "Campe
Alegre" en Via Espaiia across
from hotel "El Panama Hilton".
Telephone 3-7425 and 3-6699.
FOR RENT: Beautiful apart apartment,
ment, apartment, two bedrooms, hot water,
Campo Alegre, phone 2-2341
and 3-3379.
FOR RENT: Brand new one
bedroom apartments, very cool,
close to shops and transportation,
will furnish some on request.
Call 3-7493.
FOR RENT: Furnished one bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, $75.00. 96 Via
Porras. Clll 3-2138, Panama.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment one, two bedrooms. Light,
gas, water, $60.00, $75.00.
Phone 4-0030.
FOR RENT: A two bedroom
apartment, hot water, maid's
room. At the end of Via Argenti Argentina
na Argentina No. 75 and L Street (now-55
street) Cangreio. Call 3-6647.
Balboa Secondary
Schools Inlramurals
Three leagues of intramural bas basketball
ketball basketball are just getting underway
at the Balboa Gym. The junior
and senior high schonl hove are
playing in the league for which
LI t 1. . ...
mey quauiy. according to height,
weight, and age.
The "A" league has six teams
made up of the older, more expe
rienced players. They play on
Monday and Wednesday afternoon,
the first game starting at 3:15 and
the second game at 4:00. The
teams and captains are: Celtics
AnSjbie Cairall, Bawkeyes- Tom
Cunningham', .Tarheels Henry
Schttiidi, Wildcats Jim Fields,
nstons Joe Lastinger, and Knick Knickerbockers
erbockers Knickerbockers R. Stubbs.
The "B" leaeue 'alsA ha iv
teams in their competition. These
games win De played on Tuesday
and Thursday afternoons at 3:15
and 4:00. The teams and captains
in the "B" leaeup are: nnaSAI.
fred : Osborne,' CATS Ken An Anderson.
derson. Anderson. EAfiLES ttAnnv Hnrtnn
iiiAma Bin uamp, RMS Yung
vage, ana nAiutLHiy a red Chase
The "C" league is composed of
ine younger smaller boys. They
iame out in great enough numb numbers
ers numbers to form'eipht tpam.v Tho "C"
league games will be played on
Monday throueh Thursday after-
noons in the upper gym at 3:15
ana vuu. ine teams and captains
are: Trotters Frank Aseron, E,-s
uirK van Loon, Bears F.ugt.ie
Linfors, Panthers Louis Engelke,
Celtics Pat Thnmas T.inntRnh.
ert Swanson, Shooters Richard
Ebdon, and Skeletons Charles
Moses.
The schedules fnr all looonot
are posted on the bulletin board
at Balboa Gym. These intramur intramural
al intramural basketball games will continue
until the middle of January with
each team playing 10 to 14 games.
ACQUIRE NEW FIRM
NEW YORK rtJPT
- 'iiVJiipjvu-
Starrett Co., Inc., 60-year-old en engineering
gineering engineering and construction firm,
announced yesterday acquisition
oi ueimonico international Corp
New York, as the initial step in
its diversification' move.
llYDBOO
e Handles like a
Dream
e Finger-tip
Steering
e Column fear
shift lever
e Beautifully
styled
e 45-50 MPG
V
SEE IT TODAY.
Take it for a Test-Driv.
$1,256.00
Canal Zone
ClVA, S. A.
PANAMA COLON

LEA VI YOUR AD WITH 01 OF OUR

INTERNAL DE PUBLICACIONES No. 3-
HAKUO NO. Z B SlreCl ) MUBKJBUN
FARMAC1A LUX 184 Central Avenue
fARMAClA VAN DEB-JIB 5S Street No.
ATMS Beside the Bella Vlata Theatre
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1953 Buick Super
A-L, excellent condition. Tires,
duty paid, call Balboa 1297.
FOR SALE: 1955 Buick Super
Riviera, power steering, dynaflow,
radio, wsw tires, 24,000 miles
only. Duty paid, must tee to ap appreciate,
preciate, appreciate, low down payment and
balance on easiest terms. See at
Household Exchange 41, Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Row, Teh). 3-4911 or
3-734S.
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: 1957 Ford wagon,
two tone, radio, heater, defrost defroster,
er, defroster, undercoat, etc. Excellent con condition
dition condition $2,300. Balboea 1253.
FOR SALE: Sunbeam Rapier,
1 957. Good condition. Call Ama Amador
dor Amador 2122 or 4230.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chavrolat
station wagon, 6 passenger, 4 4-door.
door. 4-door. Can be financed, House
No. 8455, Margarita. Tel. 3 3-2821.
2821. 3-2821. FOR SALE: 1958 Studebaker,
V8, President, 4 door, 9 pas passenger,
senger, passenger, station wagon, Albrook
5233.
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford Sedan,
lew mileage, good condition,
priced to sell. Phone 2-1806,
2-3471.
FOR SALE -l 953 Pontiae 4
door, beautiful condition. AN
accesories, duty paid. Best of offer.
fer. offer. Payments allowed. Phone
Balboa 4495, mornings.
FOR SALE: 1957 Taunus
Deluxe, two-tone, wsw tires,
radio. Excellent condition, $1250.
Call AlbrooR '7 108V w
FOR SALE: 1953 Commander
V-8 Studebaker, 4 new wsw
tires and new battery, for furth further
er further information, call Curundu
3141.
Annual Ft. Amador
Turkey Tournament
Tomorrow, Sunday
The Fort Amador Golf Club
announced that all club mem
bers who have established ban?
dicaps are invittd to participate
in the. annual "Turkey Tourna Tournament"
ment" Tournament" to be held tomorrow
and Sunday.
Turkeys will be awarded to
the golfers who f re the lowest
net score in each foursom. An
ntry fee of $1 must be paid by
II participants.
Colonel Leaving
To Inspect IC
Installations
Lt. Col. Charles W. Jagoe of
the IG Section will leave Nov. 23
to conduct annual IG inspections
in Guatemala and Honduras,
Headquarters, USARCARB an
nounced.
M-Sgt. Fermin Saniurjo will ac
company Jagoe on the trip. They
expect to return in approximate
ly 14 days.
all
"HAMS"
SEE US
FOR
Amateur
Radio
PARTS-MAST-
E Z WAY
TOWERS
ANTENNAS
for
Land
Sea
Air
at attractive
PRICES
CALL 2-2374
TELE-RAD
ELECTRONICS

AGENTS 0 OW omCTS AT S7 "H"

Lottery flaza
4U
a I
S3 PARMACIA EL BATUREO Tarqao

casa AUOKnujMJi '-l,-:'r7r iTNm7sC-T rCeiAie.

oi July Ave. a u bin is gunumnv xiwi nm. Si i . ...
lOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Pea. la One Ave. No. 41 OTO DOMY-Jurt Amraraa Ava. and I St

ON OFFICE: lStk Street ant Aw
Home Articles
FOR SALE Metal furniture,
chairs, left handed bowling ball,
and bag. Reasonable, house
0429-A.
FOR SALE: 11 i ft. Frig),
daire, self defroster, brand new,
$325, freezer compartment, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1253.
FOR SALE: 9 cubic feet West-,
inghouse porcelain refrigerator
$65,000, Quatermaster, dining
room table and four chairs,
98.00, call 6-358. Gamboa.
FOR SALE: Must tall entire
household goods, cheap. Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable price. For information, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 4495, mornings.
FOR SALE: Urge dropleaf
table, metal dressers, wooden HI HI-boy
boy HI-boy 5 p.c. chrome dinnette set,
quatermaster beds with and with without
out without mattress, phone Balboa 2 2-3782,
3782, 2-3782, Regisfralion For
FSU Term Extended
Until Monday
Registration for the Florida State
University second fall term has
been extended to Monday night
The following classes still have
opemngs: psychology, education,
mathematics, history, economic
and English.
Registrations are open to U. S.
citizens employed in the Canal
Zone who meet the entrance re requirements.
quirements. requirements. The principal prere prerequisite
quisite prerequisite is graduation from an ac accredited
credited accredited high school, or success successful
ful successful completion of a general edu
cational development test, open to
both military' and civilian person personnel."
nel." personnel." '- t
The FSU- program offers regu
lar on-campus college work in
off-duty hours, A student may ac accumulate
cumulate accumulate a maximum of 15 sem
ester hours during two semesters.
and one summer term, or rough roughly
ly roughly half of what a full-time college
student normally earns during an
entire school, seal ii
Al coursesT'offeted' In the Canal
Zone carry, three semester hours
of fully transferrabLe college cred
it.
The" eight-week semester will
cost Army personnel $13.50 for
each course, plus a $5 initial reg registration
istration registration fee. For civilians and
Navy personnel not: eligible for
tuition assistance, courses cost $36
plus sthe additional' s5 for their
first registration.
Second fall term classes, which
will run through Jan. 22, are be being
ing being given at Fort Kobbe, Albroofp.
Air Force Base, Fort Clayton and
Fort Guiick.
Telephone Expert
Here To Relocate
Cable For Army
(Jan n. iNeison teiepnone en
gineer from the Office of the Chief
Signal Officer Washington, is in
the-Canal Zone to'assit in relocat relocating
ing relocating Army telephone cable, neces necessitated
sitated necessitated by the, construction of the
new Canal bridge.
Nelson will assists Col. Wal. Wal.-A.
A. Wal.-A. Kneyse, Signal officer; Conrad
Maner, chief of the post Signal
Division outside plant and William
Camp, technical representative of
the Fhilco Corporation on the pro project.
ject. project. Maj. H. C. Barnes
Of C-3 Promoted
Ma. Harrv C. Barnes has been
promoted to the rank of lieutenant
colonel, Headquarters, U.S. Army
Caribbean announced.
He is chief of the training divi division,
sion, division, G-3.
Prior to his arrival at Fort
Amador, Barnes was professor of
military science and tactics at
Georgia Military College, Milled Milled-geville,
geville, Milled-geville, Ga.
He is graduate of the Lniversity
of Georgia at Athens, and entered
the Army on active duty June 3,
1942.
Panama LlnoJ
Sailings
Rep. Elford A. Cederberg
(R-Mich.) was among the pas passengers
sengers passengers listed to sail yesterday
afternoon from New York for
the Isthmus aboard the Pan
ama liner Cristobal. Cederberg
will be accompanied by his
wife on the visit here.
There are a number of Pan
ama Canal employes and de dependents
pendents dependents also listed on the ad advance
vance advance passenger, list of the
Cristobal. They include the fol following:
lowing: following: Mrs Barb&ia J. Beeson and
son; Mr. Jamee J, Belcourt' Mr.
and Mrs. Frank J. -Dolan: Mr.
Abraham Fellxson; Mr. and
Mrs. William F. Grady; Mr. Sid
nev Hayes. Miss Nellie F. Hoi
gerson; Mr. Edward G. Moran
and Mr. ana ; Mrs. Austin E
Salter.

COLON Or t ICE: lata BtrMt junaoar uuernr m. iwn

VtTm, fANAMA UBRERIA

Lefevn T Street
dor Guerrero No,
Miscellaneous
' HEA1 YE HEAR YE
Make semeene haey thia X'waa
with a hearing aid e Kear the
joyous sounds of Yeuletide. An
tyres, sites shapes at Crawfftd
. Aiencies. '
f OR SALE 4 uphohared livirnl livirnl-room
room livirnl-room chairs. Excellent conditio
half eriginal prices Phone Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-4624. ;;
.FOR SALE-Va Hiu aircdi-
tioner and 30 Ballon hot water
heater, both new and in risjlnal
crates. Tel. 3-695.
FOR SALE: Photoaraphic
Christmas cards. $15.00 per
hundred. Your negative or ours if
available. Feto El Haleon, tele telephone
phone telephone 3-1 17.
FOR SALE : Playpen, bathinatto
and deluxe baby carriaae. Chi-
Call lalboa 4191.
Make your loved one happy thia
X mas. Yeu still have time to
order her an Electrolux Vacuum
Cleaner direct. You save on direct
order prices. While thay last we
have selection which we will sell
at only a tew dollars above the
direct order prices tor we have
the duty cost invested therein1
and part of which we will lose
while they last. Make us deposit
and we will lay one away for
X'mas.
See also the Floor Polishers,
Kitchen Machines, Fuller Brashes,
Decorations Toys, etc. at Craw Crawford
ford Crawford Agencies on Street.
We have received a new ship shipment
ment shipment of perforated hardboard or
peckboard with its corresponding
accesories. Thousands of uses in
home, shop Or officer Visit AL AL-MACENES
MACENES AL-MACENES MARTINZ, S.A., A A-venida
venida A-venida Hoy Alfaro No. 11-159.
FOR SALE: General Electric
24" TV, table model, perfect
condition. Phono Balboa 2-3173.
"KIDDIVILLI", Via Espaiia No.
37-182, When doing your Xmas
shopping, stop in at Kiddiville
and see our display of American
and German toyr, Xmas decora decorations,
tions, decorations, act. All moderately priced.
Wo also carry infants and chil children
dren children clothing and footwear, and
many other items, appropiate for
gifts.
Oustanding selection of beautiful
and exotic U.S. and European'
Christmas ornaments, decorations
and lights ideal for homos,
stores, clubs and organisations -at
budget prices.
American Supply Co. "J" Street
13-06.
FOR SALE: For office or home
Swedish living room set consist consisting
ing consisting of two sofas and one chair.
Perfect condition, Tel, No 4 4-1162.
1162. 4-1162. : Save Money by buying your
X'mas presents now. Fuller bushes
make excellent well appreciated
gift. For tho -balance of Novem November
ber November wo offer a mans hairbrush for
half pries when a ladies brush Is
purchased vice Versa or even two
similar brasher are bought at the
tamo time. There is nothing more
appreciated that will last as many
years as the guaranteed. FULLER
BRUSH PRODUCT. See also tho
Toys and Decorations and other
Quality, Items at Crawford Agen Agencies
cies Agencies on J St.
POR SALE: 1 deepfreeae, new
60 jycle motor. $150.00. House
0970. Amador Read.
FOR SALE: Mare and cert to together
gether together or separately. See at Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Saddle Club.
CD Volunteer
Corps To Graduate
23 At Paraiso
The volunteer enrm nt th. r..
narZone Civil Defense office will
graduate 23 first aiders on Mon-
2V V J?,?. P-m., at the Paraiso
School. Wilhams H.s Gordon was
the American Red Cross instruc
tor.
Those graduating are: Gloria J.
Ainenon, unda M. Barbet Car
lene a. Bavne. Ethel .T nr.n.
Marva E. Best, Leonard E. Cam'
eron wiima E. Daniels, Violet
i ixasKin, Joyce E. Jordan, El El-sa
sa El-sa V. Madrigal. Arnold W M.r.
shall. Marva M. Jordan, Janet A
MarsihaU, MyrUe I. Marshall. Co
nne Spencer. Vireillo w. Mar.
shall, Lucy C. Oaklev. Diana J
loppin, Elma R. Stewart. Violet
A. Stewart, Glenda E. Farrell
Ilene Pilgrim.
Mary Reid Dies;
Funeral Scheduled
Fori PM Monday
Mrs. Mary Louise Phillips Reid,

terday at 4:10 a.mi at the receiv receiv-ing
ing receiv-ing room of Gorgas Hospital of a
cerebral hemorrhage. 1
1 She is survived bv hr himh.nH

Ernesto: two young sons, Norman

ana crnesio jr.f sister, Rebecca
Phillips and brothers, Eustace and

james rnnups.
Funeral services are schedulei
for 1 p.m. Monday at the Corozal

Chapel to be followed by interment

ai we cemetery.

CIAI0 tlmt jf

Real Estate
. FOR SALEsr-Lota S00 and 1.000
meters, in the Nitavo Hipodrone
Urbanisation, across tho Remoa
Racetrack. All Iota with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
- electricity. Cell W. McRaraett.
Toi 3-25CT.
FOR SALE-laautiful farm "U
Marcela" in Cerro Aral, 30.000
quare meters, with fruit trees,,
completely; furnished chalet, two
bedrooms, j living room, dining -room,:
kitchen and services. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent climate. Set ft. Phone 3 3-517.
517. 3-517.
FOR SALEj House. -J floor,
large apace, well ventilated, cen centrally
trally centrally located, low priced.. Con Contact
tact Contact Panama, 3-2330, 91 St.
Est Mo. 49, San Francisco.
HOUSE ON A HILL: Recently
built, emphasizes comfort and
perfect ventilation; Secluded lo location,
cation, location, no neighbors, private read
within city limits. Call 3-7493
or 3-3153.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE. 1952 I.S.A. Cold
Star 500 c.c, $325.00. See or
call Brooks Claxtoii. Tel. Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-3493.
Dogs
FOR SALE: Cocker Spaniels X
months eld. call 3-1199.
Do Gaulle Calls
On Voters To Turn
Out En Masse
PARIS. Nov. 21 (UPI)- Premier
voters today to turn out en masse
in Sunday's nationa eections,
But it seemed likely that many
Frenchmen would stay away from
the polls in protest against the' re
appearance of the same old facas
in ine eecuons. : .1 .i--
The Premier's demand r a
turnout as strong as that which
approved his new constitution last
Sept. 28 more titan 80 per cent
of the electorate went to the polls
then came in a letter to the "front
for civic action against abstention-
ism."
The front is a body set up by
politicians of all shades of opinion
to ensure that a similar massive
vote is registered in Sunday t ge
nera eecuon, despite tne support
given to it by De Gaulle in the
letter published today it has had
little contact with the major poli political
tical political parties.., V; ,'.
De Oaiill't 1t,tr wsk th near
est he has com to Intervening in

RETURNING TO THE U.S.?
JadcJiy 3mA 1959 FORDS
are available at the following locations :

Miami
Huscamp
New Orleans
New Orleans Motors

Prices available'at other locations on request
We can equal any wholoaale pricei
Trad in' conaldered
Sam competitive prices quoted delivered
Canal Zono
No need to pay cash for any dealer rjtW oar
Cuarahtea work 1
Financing availablf, t
Use your Trada In until you laava no riaad to ba
without transportation 1
CaJI or see Ed. Abbott

C0LPAM

?:i. TEL. 2-0625 4
L YOUR FRIENDLY FORD, DEALER

- i

' WANTID: ilin(uaf aeceunr aeceunr-Clecaeines,.
Clecaeines,. aeceunr-Clecaeines,. Cemar de C7
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
, DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
PHONE BALBOA 1709
Trade one man's English byclele
28" for boy's 24" English bi bicycle
cycle bicycle Smith. Cristobal 3-123? of
Gatun 5-504. I:
Domestic Employinent
American family desirea offer
employment for positions of cook
and maid for exceptionally-welt-;.
qualified persons. Cait Panama.
3-6695 between i and 3 P.m.'
for information. Wednesday
through Saturday only,
Wanted Position
Reliable maid seeks employ
mant. Good cook and laundress,'
will take care, of tho homo and
live in. Call Colon 1480.
Belhal Mission
To HoM Annual
Parley Nov. 27
Nov 27, Thanksgiving Day, ha
Vun selected as tfa day for the
annual conference of th Bethel
Mission Church of wbicn the Rev.
Waldaba H. Stewart is tne pastor.
Traditionally the day's activities
beein at B a.m. with a .. Thanks
giving Hour" sponsored -annually,
since 1938, by the Young People's
Society of tbe cnurcn,
The y"ThanksBivine; Hour? is
service 'of 'praise, and thanksgiving

the special items, on. the. prpgamj

BSftft iffeS&teo. .Saitu: laid there certain!:
y-JL S3 Lty. was a mistake' and he doesn't lik

is
Rev.
the Bethel Stars, a. group-of boys
and girls under 12 years of age
directed by Miss Judith Stewart.
The Young People's preaidentf'Al-
bert A.. LoweKwill be m cnarge.:

FoUowing thr Thankdgivihgt"' "f.rf,MW- 'v WJ7

Hour, tiie, church will spend the
rest of the tay in several misiness
and inspirational sessions- aimed
at ilia improvement of the church.
The traditional turkey dinner win
be served around the noon hour
with light refreshment in the
evening. All members- are urged
to register early.
A special invitation Is extended
to the general public to attend the
Thaiikjjgiving Hour at 8 a.m
the lectors! campaign which has
been conducted in an atmosphere
ranging close, to boredom.

(i.'Viv- V- ". I ... ..

Detroit Jersey City
Bob Ford Fort Lee Motors

Los Angeles
Hollywood Ford
MOTORS

. WANTED: Bilingual oocretarlea
with shorthand. Sorvicio y Coio-
, caciones, Camera de Centercie
Wo. 9.

SERVICES
' TELEVISION SERVICE
We repair in your homo -we
don't protend to guarantee
wr work. Wo guarantee ft
PHONE THE EXPERTS;
- CRAWFORD AGENCIES
" 'TeU 2-1905
Tivoli Avenue No. 11-20
Protect your homo and proper
ty agaihst insect d a m a
Prompt scientific treatment
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
Lampshades: Re-covered. Call
30-852 for samples. Fro etti.
-mate.
CAMERA REPAIRS. All makes,
all work guaranteed. Call NAT.
IRS 1 03 Colon, 1057, 7th Street.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUYsl 950 to
1953 Chevrolet, standard shift,
cheap but cash, phono 2-0740,
Mr. Diax;
Joe's A piue Blood
In Social Regislef
Bui He's Agin' II
WINDSOR Ontario, Nov. 21 -(UPI)
The puhlisher of Can:
da's'first dominion-wide social rt
gistry said .proudly today 4h a
"you can't buy your way in. an
you can't buy your way out."
Some people; he admitted, hav
crept in by -mistake.
Even they may not be able t
get out.
Publisher David B. Crombi
said he was looking into the fStm
of Joe Smith; welder in an autc
mobile? Plant. There may hav
been come mistake, but mayb
were wasn't one," n said.
it. He .'wants out
But Cromb; said
I rather Hfe,

the thought of having 'Jon SmirW-

welder m the register. May
i ., LJi.. ...
TodayV Opening
STOCK
NEW YORK, Nov. 11 (TJPI) (TJPI)-StockS
StockS (TJPI)-StockS opened narrowly irregula
and moderately active today.
Tern Instrument and RichfieL
Oil, exceptions to the general ten
dency, rose .more than a poin
each. Mack- trucks lost nearly ;
point -and Kennecott lost a poin
to feature mo oownsiae.
Acir and
Advocate Asbestos
iAmer Cyanamid
Amer Motors
Am Tel. and Tel
Anaconda Copper
Arkansas Fuel
Atlantic Refining
AVCO Mfg.
- Bethlehem Steel
Bicroft Uranium
British Pet
Burroughs
Canadian Eagle
Celanese
Cerro de Pasco
Chance Vought
Chicago Gt West
Chrysler
Cities Service
Coastal Cariba
- Creole Pet
Crown Corp and Seal
: Cuba Venezuela Oil
DuPont
El Paso Nat Gas
Eng
Fargo Oil
Felmont Pet
Gen Dynamics
Gen Elec
Gen Motors
Gen Plywood
Getty Oil

PRICES

45b
2.90b
u
198
mi.
40
44
- Wt 1
50
933
7
38
SMb
24
47
(3tt
48b
S2H
60
lb
714'
rV4b
4
204
33
22.
10T4
3-18
7,
66V
70V4
48 V4
imb
27
120b
393
13V4
13
43Hb
50b
58
52
153
31
35
5
1-
45
40
40
68
52
34b,
23
42
2

Gulf Oil
Haraco Steel
"Hayden Newport
Mow Sound
Imperial Oil
Int Petroleum
Int Tel and Tel
Martin Co. 1
New Eng T and T
Northrup
Olin Mathieson
Pancoastal
. Pan Israel
- Pantepec Oil
- PhiUips Pet N
Pure Oil
RCA,
Reynolds Metal
Royal Dutch Shell
San Jacinto
" Shell T and T
Signal Oil and Gas, A
Sinclair Oil
Socony Mobile
7. 49
Sperry Rand
SUn Oil NX ..
Sterling Precision
.i Stinrini' Oil
5- 23
59
2
Si-
, 1805
5 XD34
Texas Gulf Prod
Underwood i
United Aircraft
Unit Canso Oil
' US Rubber ''
.US Steel ;
' Wesbnghouse
Wbeeling Steel
V 19
Ml
llb

35



s.f FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1951

THE PANAMA AMERICAN i-'AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE ELEVEN
Bf WILSON fctRlitrt

l,TJIUit iND'TBW PIRATES itf-;f?r??(iA No Local SUM

' AT--':r5i-v-''-'"V:--1- '" C' " V I f K1ilSTytU,TMl 'MUV3ULSTSW TOMEHUOC? JTB li MTW SKIP AT THE HEUA VOUVe WlTUju rl I
.f I CTTWR HAVtR V IMA STATE OP C0H5WNTCOWWir AlCTTw.lTS 6UYISALRW5K0WNlWHEMHfK V .--f- VOueCOMTCACTj yf WHAT? ) beims THf NEXT W5lTKfcSK3MT ) DOkTT VOUj
. tJ 1 1XT HOOIX- HERE I THE I MAKE MEN OUT OF W)5 XS ' fJL -tT r V '' fa f r0 1 S l
, t v i p i
" .". PWSC l Lonely Boy VaL VfaoBESl
lUraOJU AND BUS fVIESS . Growing Fains. v ... r MERRILL BLOSSER
:"" ' r-' "l i ' ' I 1 1 I'M FLYING TO NEW J lui, LESTERlvC LI JUST HELPED AN I
"" f AiJLettCPkl ir.TAMCVMV V V H 1 1 11 "' 1 i r rY2RK-XWJ JO "Tl I JUST DID MY J POOF! OLD LADY ACROSS J
:I ( WHOS DttN J S! -N t Wt&a'DOMTNEED BUf tT LOOkS PLEMTY H0-MAl4 Tb 1J i YOUMG MAN, WWERE SWJP-Ylf'IJ I CXDD DEEDi THAT'S TH OCEAN r
W"SkUSlNfl MY M6,FP TADrk ft2vS fiTA JLAl J DO I GET THE BUS MVDAU6HTER7jr I HELPED- aK iwOTWINT. V nrrT
" j ( J
' : ' -i -:''"l BUGS' BUNNY w He Needs It
'ALU1 OOP Help Wanted : ty f f BAMUN r 1 V "" 'i.". .' -'"11 1 I ..LJJ'J'UI
, I f VOU HAVEl WAIT. ELMER! I 60f fTt 'THIS SALVE IS SUPER FEI? f TJU
' v ' " f brushes, polish ...J &AUHflNl an'bruises!Jj yJT
V f r ; WMfcSSA MATTER? HEOOT VEZZIR, ONE OF IHGgb Tw lff yW SUMPW IO f VA SOME SOAP, f- UlT 1 nO! NO.' VyUi'T M g Tf
n ;. ip p J

; no.aj -y1' 1 z&jrr.tiKszM 1 M work on tiara
- lit-..' ; If A -I. ...A...

f BOOTt AND uilmSS Hold I . By EDOAJt MARTIN LITg AaVeniUrC j

l f A'iJL ; ' - f 11 1 '

5'

Q

m-VHb VCO "XWW "VC IQEtWSD,

SWORTC OF fOVSPt...

.' :
, CAPTAIN BABY ,

The Come-On

. Br LESLI1 TURNER

At-.

is:
,."

tmmnt 1

MPtAN CM

AM MAMS' M
i.TWUAvV
CAMPKltMrt
. UTTLt coimcr
irm tx out-

j8

I IMr wHttiiMB 1
y J k MJM(icy J
m MOT

r a

II J

1 m tr' yj

l y 1

HB t 9 MTU TMR. OTNIC

MJB HW im FOKMtT TO KUM

v '' ''
--MORTY MEEBLB

WHCN WBTAK0.AU0P I
SISAL TO TUB WAMANPtClCT
I PKIMSiMAVK I PWfr OUT At
Vi RK WHERE Hff CAM

Feet First

M Mr DICK GAVAIXI

3.

... V,-1 1 : . .",
-: .. i " v-
' " ' J j 1 i.i. "

( PRETTY TOUGH V
DAVATTHE W Maf
r OFFICE, HUH? T
L -r

,i?

1 OliK BOARDING HOUSE

vttk v

MAlOB HOOPLf QOT OUKWA.E

.

J

had&zsi THAT 2I.SO CAM BUY A H

"t aui r 11 1 ait a 1 infi 1 1 1

ORSAKitI AN AMBITIOUS OniiS? ffi.

A A HArHV KLEMo OB Jrtl ITV r,r,"v"-' l" W'ri-j

AND CULTURfWE 5H0ULD CHARTER) watcu 2 tuev cJj
COMf pRTABts BUS F0ROU SCT:

TKNSrC?KTATION PUT OUR

1V OTHERIS

1 i 1 'mmv:' 1

BY J. R WK1.IAMS

0:

PS

TO

OL)TH flUlCKER'N

VJHENi Th"

FIRST CMlLL

.4

fUltH

r a

. OVJL&ARS
TME BiRDS

4 1 mm rteu

VOU 3UVft &0 AHEAP

1 WOM'T BE ABLE TO AO
TO TMK SHOW TOMI6HT

THEY ODTMi POIW'-TH

DI6HC5 MOW. AN' THEM I

ftOT SOMfc CHOKE 5 TO

TAK CARS OF--AFTEK

THAT TH6yB ftOMNA

MELr MR WITH A S7ACH

Or HOMfWOWy

HOW LUCtCV HOU AW, X COM60N'-LET
TO MET SO MUCH ISOOP A SO 1 CAM'T

TWMWIKTAM'ASSIftTAWC jFISURtOOT 4

f ROM VOUR FOLKO NOW 7 WnSTnteis
4-aic uc --I auj't YOU "THIMK

KKTLW ATB .' 5I6TIR 1 VDJWB BEIW 71

n-u.i tu1 oia.un. am A HCLPOR. f I

35

STUPE AM' I PIPM'T

BRlMa AMV HOMEWORK

HOME TO an HELPS0

WITH' I

A HELP OR.

A HIMPKAMCS

TO HIM J j,

.1

TMB CHtERfUL f E99IMI&T

mi

I

ONE STRIKE,
ue's OUT.' .... A

. 1L HI ANTLERS

b i vm. k a m r m i amv Tim u

SHW W RATTL-ESNAKtt
q THE BRUSH.TO ST HlMTjO

6TRKE, THE Utex ,5

t

Bbfvdwe rr on
WESOU PROM

A HAKMLB6S
(I STRIKE 3N TKC

',- BONV AHTLER
TUB W1TllB

...

SIDE GLANCES

Bv Colbraith

r i i

K V.I. P. M.

tMirim m. im.

"According to whit thy charged for that ham tand.

wlch, lt got t nog wat t worm j,ywt

1

Faltering Philip :
iriullp ttt is tiUBd trtih rateea.
"titrt vld IBBTt M hsiM ttkt new.
r A. CtoattflBds. few ttl rifr ttaB

BERGAMO. ItaW (UPI)-Arti-

sans here have begun work on a

tiara for Pope John XXIII, a na native
tive native of the Bergamo diocese.

ANNOUNCE CASUALTIES
ALGIERS (UPI) The FrencJ
high command announced mon.
day night that French forces nave
killed or captured 344 Arab guer guerrillas
rillas guerrillas during the pait week.

AffiOVtAS PANAMA AJfiWATS

PANAMA
BARRANQUILLA

00

Today'a TV Program

3:00 CFN NEWS S:M PANORAMA
3:15 Dinah Short 7:00 People', Chotct
3:30 Open Mind 7:30 It Could Be You
4 .DO Mr. Wizard 8:00 Country America
4:30 Armed Forces Newa Review 1:00 Wrestling
4:45 Industry On Parade 11:00 crN NEWS
3:00 Fury 11:13 Encore: Alcoa Hour.
Courtesy of AeroTlas Panama Airways
PHONES: PANAMA: 3-1057-3-16983-1699
OFFICE HOURS: from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

BUY THE PAINT
THATS WORTH
THE WORK

...lllll.ih.M

V A' l "I'll

.....

yr. ,a
felWiWMWIWIMI.lllllll.il

LJ,
p

aoatiii

Washable, extra durable

DU PONT DUCO ENAMEL jives lasting beauty te furniture. It
keeps its rich, bright annearance throueh rornes. wa hint Anil
Dueo's Just right for all your household painting tails ant
woodwork In the kitchen, baths, any room in your house. t -.
"Dbco" is odorless durlnf application, goes on easily, spreads ;,
evenly, dries fast. Choose yotr favorite color in sparklliif
Gloss or velvety Semi-Gloss at your nearest Do Pent Paint
Dealer today. 1 1 v

Export Base;
Buy where you see this sign

PAINTS FOR
ALL USES

mm

Jlmmm

Better thuit lor better 1lvln., thruiH .nev.tli,

PANAMA: r.uardla A Cia. COLON: Scotl Sfott
tAVIDt ntcar.lo P.rei A Cla. ( OCT.E: AHenae Jaeit

8

'1 1
0 V"
,1 n
(
J. I''



t:
F I
H
5.

fiM IrsMaa Canal Ulrary
. i
i r "r-ascn
of) 1CKft
US
, Reocf sfory, on J page $

'Lep-guG-s

m&tn

It

1;
I.
I'
J

Augusta Residents Hope Ike Brings
Bad Golf Weather On His Vacation
v . -"
" AUGUSTA, Ca. Nov. 21 (UPI) President Eisenhower found himself helplessly
' Involved today' in the curious reversal of an ancient myth that the residents of an
area visited by a Chief Executive look to h im to bring them good weather, badly badly-needed
needed badly-needed rain in this case..
The people of this South Carolina-Georgia border country are sick of so-called
' good weather. Yet Eisenhower was loving every minute of the over-extended Indian
Summer that was ideal for his golf.
The Chief Executive played yesterday within minutes after he arrived at the
Atieusta national golf club from Washingt on. He was scheduled to be on the course
" again today as soon" as he greets his wife who traveled by overnight train from the
nation's capital.

The

io nf the Augusta men, Jerome Franklin and El-1 dent's personal secretary, and
people i or. in""HQt,hprt'Ppahoriv Mai. Gen. Howard McC. Snyder.

, orriPT,tiv that

SSetoT he' President would
brSe them rain. Dry, sunny,
Seasonably w a r m autumn
weather has parched the fields
Sd lowered the streams since
BePBu?Xr Eisenhower, his role
as a potential rainmaker was
ouite subordinate to the ideal
golfinK conditions. Today was
expected to be fair and bright
with the temperature about
The local Weather Bureau
uaid similar conditions were ex expected
pected expected to prevail for several
m0EiseJhower made a speedy,
transition yesterday from the
sober proceedings of the cab cabinet
inet cabinet and the National Security
Council to the sunny fairways
of his southern golf course
By helicopter from the White
House lawn just outside the
cabinet room to the Washing Washington
ton Washington Airport, thence southward
aboard the big Columbine in,,
Eisenhower lost no time in get getting
ting getting at his favorite sport on
his favorite golf course the
Augusta National Golf Club.
The Chief Executive land landed
ed landed here from Washington at
1:50 p.m. and was Playin
shortly after 2:30 p.m.
His golfing companions were
George Champion, president of
the Chase Manhattan Bank of
New York who flew south witn
the President, and two old Au Augusta
gusta Augusta .friends and fellow club-

Britons In RP
Subscribe $312
For Servicemen
I The BritishjCommunity in Pana-

Wit and their friends suDscrmea
the sum of $312 86 in connection
. with Remembrance Day this year
or th Earl Haig fund for British
Wx-Sfivicement
" This amount is believed to be a
record.
I Weather Or Not I

This weather report for ts 21
hours ending 8 a. m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 88 86
Low 73 75

HUMIDITY:
High 98
Low 67
WIND:
(jnax. mph) NE-16
RAIN (inches) 1.35
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 80

bert Peabody.

Upon his arrival, the Chief
Executive found a jewel-like
"surprise" waiting for him just
behind his club cottage, known
locally as "Mamie's Cabin."
The surprise consisted of a
nine-hole pitch-and-pui golf
course complete with new lake,
situated between the Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower house and the main high highway
way highway bordering one side of the
club property.
The new layout, designed pri primarily
marily primarily for practice rounds with
the shorter irons, was installed
since the Chief Executive's last
visit here in trie early spring
of this year.
The quail season also open opened
ed opened here and should the Presi

dent tire of golf, there are

easily-available and promising

hunting fields close to the club.

On this, his 21st presiden presidential
tial presidential trip to Augusta, the Pres President
ident President hoped to remain here
through Thanksgiving week weekend.
end. weekend. He may have to arrange
conferences here next week
with administration officials
on plans for the next sesison
of Congress, but Press Sec Secretary
retary Secretary James C. Hagerty said
that until Monday, at least,
golf would be the principal
item on the Eisenhower agen

da.

Underlining the -intention to

keep the President's schedule

as free as possible for the early

part of bis trip was the fact

that he came south with only

a small staff

With him were Hagerty, Mrs,

Ann c. wihtman, the Fresi'

100
74

NE.19
1.43

84

BALBOA TIDES
SATURDAY, NOV. 22

High
12:50 a.m.
1:21 p.m.

Low
7:02 a.m.
7:17 p.m.

Police Are Trying
To Stamp Out Crime
In Brooklyn School
NEW YORK Nov. 21 (UPI) -Police
attempting to stami' out a
crime wave in a Brooklyn junior
high tchool announced yesterday
they !ad arresied four boys on
charges involving homemade zip
guns and an attack wLh a base baseball
ball baseball hat.
That brought the total to 15 of
the number ot youths charged with

crime in and around Mark Hop

kins Junior High School sine las'
January. An aclri'tional 10 young youngsters
sters youngsters were iurned over to t
Juvenile Aid Bureau fjr investi investigation
gation investigation during that period.
Po'ice said a genuine crime
wave had swept the school this
year, with oflenses ranging from
truancy to assault, robbery and
extortion.
Three Puerto Ricans and one
Negro were arrested lae Tuesday
on juvenile do 'nquency charges.
A 14-year-oid was accused f
at the scl ool a short time later
when a zip un was found in his
book Sag. A 15-year-old boy also
was arrested for possessing a zip
gun.
The fourth boy was charged with

a baseball bat and threatening to

shoot his parents. He told police
Mark Hopkins school was "load "loaded"
ed" "loaded" with members of teenaged
gangs.

the White House physician

plus th eusual coterie of Secret

Service agents and communica communications
tions communications experts of the Army Sig

nal Corps.

The President left for Au

gusta immediately after meet

ings with the cabinet and the
National Security Council. It

was assumed the latter discus

sion dealt with the ney ten tensions
sions tensions in Berlin.

US Officials Say

Sudan Coup Balked

All Out Civil War

WASHINGTON Nov, 21 (UPl) (UPl)-American
American (UPl)-American off'ciah said today that

Grn. Ibrahim Abboud apparently

engineered Sunday s coup in the

Sudan to prevent open civil war

between suppurtfrs and opponents

of President C.ual Abuel Nasser

of the United Arab Republic

(UAR).
The officials said the former Su Sudanese
danese Sudanese cabinet tid not seem able
to resist moun in pro-Nasser pres pressure
sure pressure and called or. the Army, un under
der under Abboud's command to take
over power.
The bloodless revolt ousted the
civilian government of prime Mi Minister
nister Minister Abdullal KUU1.
The pro-Nasser elements had
been gaining strength steadily in
the Sudanese parliament that was
scheduled to meet on tne day, af after
ter after the coup the officials said.

It was believtd this development
helped bring the country to the
brink of civil strife.
This was the first authoritative
U.S. assessment ol developments
in the strategic African nation-that
contr:!s the I'pper reaches of the
Nile river. This area is essential
to Egypt's drtam of a giant dam
project at Aswan.

Ipl
tip V.'..

IT

PRICES: 0.75 0.40

TODAY
05, 5:00, 7:00, 9:10 p.m.

1

De Gaulle Stressing
Need For Unify
in Western Europe

PARIS. Nov. 21 (UPI) Premier

Charles de Gaulle' will stress the
need for firm unity among the na nations
tions nations of western Europe when he

meets west German Chancellor

Konrad Adenauer next week, dip
lomatic sources said today.

The sources said the Nov. 26
meeting between the two states statesmen
men statesmen was part of De Gaulle's plan

for keeping in personal touch with
other leaders of the free world.
The French Premier sees France
Italy and West Germany as the
three major powers of the Euro European
pean European continent just as he sees
France, Britain and the United

3 Months To Count 7 Votes?

Senate Group Wonders Why

WASHINGTON,' (UPI) An

incredulous Senate Back e t s
Committee yesterday ordsred
the National Labor Relations
Board to explain today why it

took three months to count se seven
ven seven votes in a labor election

Committee Chairman John L.

McClellan (D-Ark.) telephoned
the -order to NLRB Chairman
Boyd Leedom after Tom Coffey,

a former 1 Nebraska trucker,
swore that a,, boycott by the

Teamsters Union forced him to
sell his business before the
NLRB handed down a decision

in his case., j ...

The vNLRB said its solicitor,

James V. Constantme, : would

appear to explain the delay.

However, NLRB records show showed
ed showed the board was barred from
counting the votes by two fed federal
eral federal court restraining orders

obtained by the Teamsters.

Sen, Sam J. Ervin Jr.D Jr.D-N.C),
N.C), Jr.D-N.C), who was not aware of
this, contended .that a "mor-r
on" could have handled the
case in half an hour.
He told Coffey Jihat "you

starved to death while justice

was traveling on leaden feet."
Coffey, former owner of the

Coffey Transport Co. of Alma,
Neb., said an NLRB .'election
covering seven drivers at his

uncom, JNBD., terminal was

held in January,-1956.

He said this was several
months After he reouesteri the

election to determine whether

his employes wanted to be rep

resented by the Teamsters. In

the meantime, he said, his bust
ness dropped off to zero be

cause the union got other
truckers to refuse to handle his

cargoes.

Coffey, now state purchasing

agent of Nebraska," said thr

NLRB did not noury him untu ;
April that the vote was 4-0 t

gainst the union with thre
votes challenged. By that time;
he said, he had. been forced to

sell, his company at a loss ot

more than $50,000. "7 s-

I" f never; lost a case in-s the

NLRB or the courts, he said
"But I .lost my business.' Cof

fey said the tesult bore out pre-?
dictions by ; Teamster v off icialj
that they wo.uld iorce him oufi
of business by ' stalling, thar

lljx.a uruceeuuiga. ..

An 1VLRB spokesman said J
the i board was barred from
proceeding Un the case "tot $
several" months by the1 court j
orders but -finally certif le4 1

.the -election results ln April,

The spokesman said the un-t

ion went into courf tp attack

me consuxmionauiy ot one-

provision of the Taft-Ha,rtiejt
Act.-. which:., allows 'the' board to

deny the right to vote ia, NLRB
elections to certain strikers who
have -been permanently replace

d.?.Tlie board eventuaHy ., wort
the casfr. j .'-

McClellan,, firvin and Sen-

Carl T. Curtis .(R-Neb. used:

sucIk terms as "inexucable.'i

"ridiculous",, and "outrageous"!

in aescnoing the i NLRB's role
in-the case. v
McClellan said it was "rep-
rehensible" that the! union
could 'completely destroy a
small enterprise." He said sucrt
tactics could "lead back to th
law of the jungle.:' ;
The committee extended its
investigation; of secondary boy-i
cotts another day to hear thtf
NLRB's side- of the story.

ROYAL PRESENTATION-f-pame Margot- Ponteyn de Arias, wife of Dr. Roberto Arias of Panama,
was presented last week to Princess Anne at a matinee of the Royal Ballet where the noted
ballerina was a star performer. The ballet was given at London's Coliseum and marked the
first visit to a theatre for Princess Anne. Looking on, in an-unusual photograph of three gen generations
erations generations of feminine royalty, are Princess Margaret and Queen Mother Elizabeth.

Pope John Praises American Church
In First Message To U.S. 'Bishops

WASHINGTON (UPt) Pope can bishops and his "sincere itual heeds of about half a mil

John AAUI has praised the vi

tality" of the Roman Catholic
church in America in his first
message to the bishops of the
United States
The papal message was ad addressed
dressed addressed to the annual meeting of
the U.S. Ca holic hierarchy which
was held here last week. It was
made public yesterday by the
National Catholic. Welfare Confer Conference
ence Conference jNCWC). ;
Pope John expressed his "pa "paternal
ternal "paternal affection" for the Ameri-

Researchers Find
New, Safe Vaccine
To Prevent T. B.

CHAPEL HILL, N.- C. Nov. 21
(UPI) A team of North Carolina
research scientists Who have test-

vfnfaa (ha vn o irtf rkAiirnra rvf tna ,,

' j i yesterday they believea tney naa
Western Alliance, the sources said. y f and cective vaj.
Italy has been reluctant to as- JV Dt ,,K.,,insi.

..ioto itol with s vlom ap nor. l"

sonal contacts at the summit, fa favored
vored favored by De Gaulle. But the French
Premier's second meeting with A
denauer in three months indicated

The scientists emphasized that

their four-year tests should con

tinue for at least six more years

before the vaccine s effectiveness

that he is pushing ahead with ms c0 ld be, scientifically evaluated
scheme. i

Poiitjesl sources discountedvre. D gt t wmis 0f the North
ports that France will ask for West ro,ina Sanatorium -System
German financial aid during the: h V, 4nvpstiffation on the nfoiect.

tJJT! Sr.; said the vaccine, called Bi, had

" i been proved safe in animals ana
Anfmna Pinnv in the rip Ipoatmn ...

, ... humans. He and ms associates oe-
Press reports have said recent-will prove to vac-

7. V f lL T cine needed to prevent TB amoh-

Kr .i J j high risk groups in this country
sistance if she adopts a more It-'" : '.l' i-n. ,if w

beral attitude towards the propos

ed European free trade area.

Pseudo-St. Nick

Knows Pattern
Of Girls' Minds
NUERNBERG Germany (UPI)
Police credited Santa Cains
with an assist yesterday in find finding
ing finding the home of a little lost girl.
A friendly policeman found 5 5-y
y 5-y ear-old Manuela wandering iti
Nuernberg, and took her to his
station house But she could not
remember her last name or ad address.
dress. address. .
Manuela said she would like to
telephone Santa Claus, whom she
had just seen in front of a de department
partment department store.
The friendly policeman, con

nected her with another officer in

an adjoining room.

The policeman at the other end

of the line asked Manuela what
she would like for Christmas,
and then listened patiently to s
long list.
And what chimney should he

bring the presents down? Manu

ela smemory -eturned instantly

She told the officer her full name

and address.

Police drove Her to the address

and gave the Christmas list to
her parents.

and among the population of other

nations which have staggering
TB problems.
Willis emphasized that the vac

cine should "not be regarded as

beine for general use. He said

it is for specialized use among

members of high risk groups sucn

as
in

gratitude" for the "many tokens
of prayerful felicitations, loyalty

and good wishes" he has received
from this country since his elec

tion.

"The vitality of the Catholic
Church in America is a, precious
source of spiritual richness for
the Church universal," he said.
"The fervor shown by the faith

ful of your country in the practice
of their rlijion, and their ardor

in the exercise of goon works,

encourage one to look wilh con confidence
fidence confidence towards the future of
Christ's kingdom,-, while they also

give an example that is a stimu
latin g inspiration to all Christian
people."
Annual reports, submitted to the
U.S. hierarchy by various agen agencies
cies agencies and departments of the

NCWC also were made public.

Archbishop Kobert E. Lucey of
San Antonio, -Tex., reported that
the Catholic Church in the south-

wfest -was faced with the-"im-.

mense" task of meeting the spir-

U.S. Offers Aid
To Poland Despite
Gomulka's Blasts

WASHINGTON (UPI) The

United States is ready to 'begin
talks "on new economic : aid for
Poland despite Polish Communist
boss Wladysiaw Gomulka's recent
blasts at this country, it was

learned yesterday. t
The administration is convinced
Goinulka still' adheres to his
course of semi-independence from
Moscow even though he recently
joined Soviet Premier Nikita S
Khrushchev in firing barbs at
the United States.
Poland .recently asked the Unit United
ed United States for more aid. This

country Soon will tell the Polish

lion "Braceros" or Mexican mi

grant farm workers.
The archbishop said minister ministering
ing ministering 10 the needs of the migrants
would be a "hopeless" task un
less he could recruit a great
many trained lay Catholics to
help.
Bishop Francis P. Leipzing of
Baker, Ore., said he had a some somewhat
what somewhat similar problem with the
16,000 Spanirh-speaking .: migrant
workers who flocked to his dio diocese
cese diocese at harvest: time. He said
this .vas almcst equal to the nor normal
mal normal Catholic population of the
diocese.
Two priests of the -Oregon dio diocese
cese diocese have been sent to Mexico
Uty to study the customs mt
Spamsh-speaking Catholics so the
diocese can provide a '-'better min ministry
istry ministry to them, Bishop Leipzing
said. 3. .:..; :
Catholic Relief Services (CRS)
reported that it shipped more
than 1,100,000,000 pounds of food,
clothing and medicine to -needy

iamuies in 51 countries in the
last year. An official of CRS

ii uisou uk department of Agri Agriculture
culture Agriculture ,and In.ernationsl Cooper Cooperation
ation Cooperation Administration for providing
surplus farm commodities, which
constituted the bulk of the food
shipments.

countries which (haye a high tarried by Jacob D. Beam,

rate of incidence of the disease

Willis said that the persons on

whom the vaccine had been test

ed were doctors, nurses-, and oth

er employes of TB hospitals and

ouier insuiuuuns whoic mc

of incidence is high.

Dr. H. MacVandiviere, who join

ed the "sanatorium system seven
vears ago to Work on the vaccine,

reported 4hat no active tuberculo-!
sis cases had been found so far

among the 1,600 persons- vacemt vacemt-ed
ed vacemt-ed with Rl in 1954.: But he added
that the subjects must be followed
for a minimum of 10 years before

the vaccine's effectiveness could

be (Scientifically evaluated.

DUAL FUNERAL RITES
SHELBY, N.C, tUPI) Funeral
services were held today for
Oscar Peter Riviere, 92, and his
wife, 72, who died within a three three-hour
hour three-hour oeriod yesterday. They had
been married 55 years.

U.S. ambassador to Po and, now

enroute to Warsaw after consul

tations here.
Beam also was scheduled to re

sums negotiations Tuesday wlh

Wang Ping-Nan, Ked unina s en en-vov
vov en-vov in Warsaw, on the Formosa

S:raits dispute- the Beam-Wang

talks were recessed so Beam

could consult with Siate Depart Department
ment Department tfficials. J -Th
United States already has

riven Communist Poland two eC'

onomic shots-in-the-arm. The last

Sales and credit agreement total

ling 98 million dollars, was signea;
Feb. 15. It included sale ot T3
million dol'ars worth of American
farm guruluseS for Polish curren

cy and a 25-million dollar line of
credit for purchase of raw ma materials
terials materials and machinery.
The United States granted the
aid in an attempt -to encourage
Po'jsh Independence from Russia.
This was decided on after an up uprising
rising uprising in October, 1951 brough'
Gomulka to power as Communist
chief in Poland;

Accepts

Argentine Veep's

ion

BUENOS AIRES, Noy. 21
(UPI) Ex-Vice President Ale

jandro '"Gomez has denounced
congress' method of accepting
his resignation as 'absolutely
null and void," but indicated

mat he considers it final.

Gordez told a press conferenrii

last night that he has already
given up his official duUes.
When he was asked whether
he planned to appeal against the
congress action, the former offi

cial said, he sought "the decision

or oniy one. judge: the opinion
of the Argentine people.', .which
has already vindicated rhe v
Gomez resigned under pressure
Tuesday, after he had been ac accused
cused accused of ,tryinr to seize power bv
inventing an "srmed forces plot
to overthrow President ,Arturd
Frondizl. . U
The government last nleht
published the record 'of the

meetimr' a week atto Wednesday

stiWhicm Gome told rronoiai

that the commanders rf the
rmed forces had lost control of
their men. :.: He nroposed the

creation of a coaMtlon? Kovern Kovern-ment.
ment. Kovern-ment. hended by himself to meet
the situation." J i i'M

The secretaries of the vmb
forces, who were Present at the

meeting, denied that untr serious
disaffection existed within their
rnk Th trouble Vmea pre

dicted failed to develop.

Armed Forces Need

Draft Extension,
Hershey Declares,

WASHINGTON (UPI)-Selective

Service Chief Lewis B. Hershey
said yesterday the draft must be
extended to keep the nation's
armed forces manpower at safe
levels.
Hershey. said sizable new man manpower,
power, manpower, cuts ordered Wednesday by
Defense Secretary Neil H." McEl McEl-rov
rov McEl-rov would not change .the picture.

"No statistics we've ever had in

our history would indicate ? you
can maintain anywhere near two
million people in uniform without
compulsion," he said.
Hershey said he already had
asked the administration td ? re

quest thajt the new ; Congress ex

tend the military oranaaw, aue
to expire net July I, for another
foUri. years, .- '. .-.-'.'
McElroy set the Army's Janu Janu-irv
irv Janu-irv Hrift rail at 9.00o-men a. 19

per, cent cut -r and .-; ordered ,vthe
armed forces to carry out, gched-

uled reductions totaling

men by next June. ,
Those who, believe the draft
could ue abolished may seize on
the manpower cuts as. ammuni ammunition.
tion. ammunition. But Hershey was assured of

strong backing from jjeiene de department
partment department officials. ;:
Dnfense- officials" warned after
MpJ'.lrov's announcement that it

would be mistaken, to beheve that
any plan to abandon conscrip

tion was unaer considers uuu.
Kftth MrEirov and Gen Max

well D. Taylor, Army chief of

staff, have given their support to
an extension of the draft law.

Hershey said that when the

draft act was allowed to expire
in 1947, the United States was
unable to recruit a force of more
than 1,400,000 men. It reenacted
the draft the next year as "an in incentive
centive incentive in the form of compul compulsion,''
sion,'' compulsion,'' he said.
He acknow'edged that only the
Army now must draft ,men td fill
its ranks. But he maintained that
the other services are able to get
sufficient volunteers only because
the men know they will be draft draft-ed
ed draft-ed eventually anyway.

CENTRAL

TWtlM Weekind!

A.Kt

' 6:57 & 9.00

n$picw&jtxr

limPBOPlEl

r--i -i

- v

WW

-DMRYFi-'
i STERUNG
PATTY McCORMACK

.y nce.v

SAM LEVENE rMARY JANE CROFT
A UNtVEWSAL-INTERNTIOWL PICTUHt

ASK FOR' YOUR TICKET

FIDELITY RAFFLE!

mil

0.75 0.40
3:02 -i. 5:00

6:58 9:00"

Veslern Powers

Fish For Secrels

Turnsrnw. Nov. 21 (UPI)

The Soviet government organ Iz.
vestia today charged the West
with fishing for soviet secrets

and refusing to discuss pracucw
proposals at the Geneva Confer Conference
ence Conference on prevention of Surprise
Attacks.

Instead of contrmuung 10 an
ooropment western- delegates

have been trying to get Informa Information
tion Information aboht the f latest Soviet

weapons, the newspaper aaaea.

Th first week or me comcr-

nce has Bhown that the western

experts are stubbornly unwmm
to discuss any practical propos

als, but have, done everytmng to
draw the-conference away from
tt.s immedlaW task's and td bury

it in a debris of leeal and philo

sophic considerations," izvesna
said. k.y.v'-y-
Issvestia a)d the western pro program
gram program at the talks which entered
their second., week today was
"merely Intended to gather tow
formation orr the latest kinds of
weapons and nothing but that."

I 'I.I ; dtL. 1

Tl 1

II 5 1 fit

1 1 IS i li )

I I ,'-wiiTWBait

SPlfJS
riM.XIDI NADI l

'.' v i h. in ui i n ui iv 1 1

UiDliQI

I If' 'lifl Trai

y

I Thl

nllHwtnii

v fiory nory
efthifflii

vhosi rhythm

mi stoat

ill Anwriei'i
HMTtbMtl

t w

JO s

I 4 J.

I --mm ,w ana.

'ir'i'--,,.yo

I

P

)

1
II
J!.