The Panama American

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

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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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Junior Cuban

Fail' In AntiSafista Coup
HAVANA, Cuba; Nov. 29 (UPI) 'A plot by Junior army "officers
to overthrow the goverment has been smashed, it was learned today.
1 : Reliable sources said between 10 and 20 of the officers, none

-above the rank of lieutenant colonel, were arrested and were being
questioned at military- intelligence headquarters. t
' 1 The sources said the arrests began Thursday and continued as

questioning brought out mo'e details of the conspiracy. '
i "' The Dlot was said -to have originated at Camn Columbia.

' Cuban army, general headquarters on the outskirts of Havana

wnere j(-rcsiueiiv v uigeiiviu uitusia
j'it was the tirst attempted re--
volt ithiuthe army since April,
;.-1956. when a small Eroua of of-

Fft rVi' ,hr prs att.pmnt,frl tn spl7ft control

V ; ?W"the army, take over the bqv bqv-1
1 bqv-1 1 -,' J ernment and 4?por1t Batista,
i V' ; .The "ringleader -of" that plot
iV ,,was Col R&mon Barquin, nill-

t -t- tary awacne ai. ine uuDan em em-V
V em-V r bassy in Washington and Cuba's
it 'tie. 1 V .' 1 ' - i

3 Arrests For Ui.
Salesijian, British,:
Iliug'Uo&liSer,
TARIS. Nov. 'is (tfrn-Cnarles
E. Sholdes. -salesman "from
Cla.remont, Calif., waited today to
' be "arrested fur the- third me in
a week becatfse looks Uka the
' N0..1 suspect in a British pauk
robbery
,"vl r ) V( t f
Sholdes, 34, who is- touring Eu--
ropef arrived last night by plane
.i from London where he was u.es

k tinned; at 'the jairport "by pouc
' '"who t;aid he'-'Tooked" like'v tona

r Brownv currently' one" of tlia Brit Britain's
ain's Britain's most wanted men. foil wig
a series of-bank holdups. f f-
- .'ThPv;5akii1' me where fl .8S
going and fluesUoned- nwgeheral nwgeheral-',"
'," nwgeheral-'," Sholdes -said,- ?JaRA faiiiSf-
- dtf persuade thegi ,yho iwas
,. tyUUiowing "my: Amricaa pass-
11 Sholdes said thafive -diys, ear ear--
- ear-- Jier he was .picked up by, detec detec-.'tives,
.'tives, detec-.'tives, while he was in a dance
' 'hall itf 'Cork, irelana.;He said he
.-'was. was questioned t for. na"
hour and
stripped before, ne was
."released.''
4-J ?'lff U)
on Uey, were-' mucn
. irentle a
ut.it;'! he said." .Sholdes
maybe Interpol, the;in-
said th
tpmntiaftial Dolice !!. orsamzavion
" which'nas.Wn given Brown's de-
SCriOllQn wm Pieiv, mm iiy u i o
is and it's, making- quite k live
t ly holiday ( for, me." .''ix
US ColC Washes :
mm vii.
lapiah Week, Others
I WASHINGTON ( UPi) The ttJS.
irhomhm rvf fftmmerce said
' tprda it will' wash- its hands
j off National Laugh Week in favor
t of more serious projects. ne
same goes for Expectant Fathera,
Day and -National Long .Under

.', wear ,Week., .,
' A chamber pokesman said be-

i elnnins npxt vear the organiza

1 I tion longer will issue its list

- of some 400 special aays ana
I- weeks so dear,, to the t hearts qf
businessmen. ,t".

. He explained nambcr oinciais
. decided to junk the project .be .because
cause .because ."their emphasis has become
'more on legislation and less on
services of this. sort.V..
. Whether advertisements will
'still blossom With' such "national"
days, weeks and. months will, de de-'
' de-' i pend.on the. Apple' Tree -Press,
t f Flint icl!' Printer '.William D.
Chase i "-taking .over-and. doui
i hiino th' chamber's 50-cent price

' to businessmen for the.' 43-page

" booklet. .'.- i 1
The chamber took over the

i project from the-- Commerce Dei
i oartment five years ago as an

9 aiU' IV- WUS"la04UCll UWi"Uj :;i
'tie-in v to. their; advertising and
''nrftirrntinn- nlans. It did not soon.
gor i? any of: the special Mays
dreamed tip by various interests.
. It just listed and explained, them.
Jndia Protests;: :
Red:China Maps
As Inaccurate
' j-.r- NEW "DELHL India. Novi-29
! (UPI) Premier JawaharlaJ ", Neh-
ru told Parliament today that In India
dia India 'has protested Red China's Cir-
ycuiauuii in maps, buuwuik ivme
parts of India as communist ter territory.
ritory. territory. t" :- i, r ,,,
' He said the Reds replied that
the maps were printed before the
"libaration" of Chma-rhearly
of China nearly
years, agor-and promiseI h a
they will soon be corrected,

Army 'Officers.

bihiiiiuius a resilience.
representative' On the
American Defense Board.
Meanwhile, in Oriente prov
ince, if idel Castro rebels were
Teported increasing theitf pres
sure on the U.S. Naval base at
Guantanamo where water sup-
WiIIab tirA ItAaM 4 Aaaf Ktt fnr
) short times twice this reek.
u.s. minorities in Miami ar arrested
rested arrested '. seven Cubans and one
AmericaTuaboard a vacht loaded
with guns and ammunitions des
tined for Cuba revolutionary
forces today.
iThe yacht, belonging to Amer American
ican American citizen GulUermo Martin of
Miami, was anchored in the Key
BIscayne yacht'basin when bor.
der patrol andcustoms officers
swarmed .aboard this morning.
The.occupaiits of the boat. of offered
fered offered ho resistance. ;
-Abbauf the yacht officers
found arge quantities of 1tia 1tia-Kchineuns,.
Kchineuns,. 1tia-Kchineuns,. rifles, ammunition,
guiypowder and military field
clothings
fi. border patrol officer said the
cm was aoout to get underway
hen the raid took nlace.
.The ight were .carried to. the
fcade county- jail where they
ware held m charges of Violating
the Neutralitv Art violation f
the -Export 'Acf and illegal pos possession
session possession of-'ttiachiheguns. --J'
It was the second maior Catch
vPtxpu- tebersyn-ffiathKef s rin
Fjonaa. in' week-.The other "was
an automobile; 'fl convoy-' loaded
.With guns and mttiunition cap captured
tured captured in .central FJorMa.
,the yacht as handsome 79-foot
motor vessel, 14 ..feet at the
beam, of mahogany construe
tion.' '-"',.
Jvdqee Fran Wprler
Mnn Very llicely
Cuf Must Rest
WASHINGTON, Nov; 29 (UPI) (UPI)-Supreme
Supreme (UPI)-Supreme Court Justice Felix Fran
furter was reported "doing very
nicely"- today tin George Washing Washington
ton Washington .University hospital, but some
court observers feared that the
heart condition' which hospitalized
him may force. his retirement. -'"Frankfurter's
physician, Dr.
Walter A. Bloedorn, said after vis visiting
iting visiting the 76-year old jurist that
Frankfurter "is, in very good con condition."
dition." condition." ."He's doing very nicely. We're
ve"ry pleased," Bloedorn said. I
A- statement issued earlier said
Frankfurter-the oldest member of
the High Court.' had suffered a
"mild heart disturbance" 'and Ws
in the hospital for rest and ob observation,
servation, observation, Bloedorn said today that
jfrankturter-vwill remain In, t the
hospital- "for a -while,"' '
The earlier, statement, read, to
newsmen by(a court' aide, -said
Frankfurter was '"resting com
fortably' and doctors are pleased
wun ms progress.
- Supplementing that statement to
day after looking in, on his pa
neni, Bioeaorn said vine news is
all .good" about Frankfurter, the
hard-working- son' of -n--Austrian
Cqtholic Bishop;i
Long Unreported
In'Red China 1 :
-WASHINGTON (UPI,)'' 1 -The
National, CathcMc Welfare Coun
C" "SJfJ ?"e! ,;mi(J
no -Word lias been : heard frd m
Bishop James Wa.'sh of the Mary Mary-knoll
knoll Mary-knoll Order, who has refused to
leave Red China! " ;
V-Rcv.John B.-Kelly," NCWC di director
rector director of information, said t h a t
Bishon W;l-h of Cumberland, Md.
was living in Shanghai when last
heard, froni., He has been m"
house ar'pst ; '
' ; Fr. t. etly said the,-B I sh op's
friends in JHonst Kong were 'able
to maintain, contact with him by
courier Since .October, however,
no' word ha! been received from
the bishop. Bishop Walsh "as been
In China for more than 30 years.
10 He "told f rinds that" he would hv
t to b" draff 1 out nf Ch'na, as he
I would not leave voluntarily.

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- PICK AND SHOVEL MtN worked ffltehtilv in Culebra," Cut. as

complete with rough rider hat

uuruig nie nauiuow iiy pageant, ranama mrougn ine centuries, in tms cena,
- off a tiny "noise catf'while'the shovel jreallv.iif ted bit of idirt intth ulr.

the

pahaTnWlrr-pmaHy-.Ra.

the pre-Spanish 'days la the pres
ent as seen through, the eyes of
elementary school children was
reenacted this week by over 250
boys .and girls at the Rainbow
ty Elementary School.," i:
Ihe pageant was presented twice
last .'Tuesday. Thr morning, per-"
formance was for the: student bo body
dy body and school officials and in the
afternoon was repeated for .the
parents. ,',
The pageant, opened- with ; a
scene showing .the activities in a
Panamanian Indian Village, before
the. Spaniards came .to the ; 'Newt
World. In this scene the "natives"
threshed their grain,! hunted, fish-'
ea and danced. Ihe nexf two
scenes depicted the period; of jdis jdis-covery
covery jdis-covery and exploration, with Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus discovering, the New World
ana caiDoa me Jfacuic. '.'
The Rainbow -City pageant-then
showed the -subsequent, period of
destruction and unreSt; this .was
portrayed by the -.destruction of
Old Panama, disturbances leading
up to' the separation, from, Spain,
nd the later union with- Nueva
Granada. r '
During -subseaueht scenes.- the
Rainbow dfy children showed the
building of the Panama Railroad,
the Declaration of Independence
by Panama, and the construction
of the Panama Canal, including
President Theodore, Roosevelt's
visit in 1906. r ; j
- In the final act: Panama Todav.
the youngsters presented their own
drawings of significant buildings
in -Panama to 4hovg -the nation's
architectural development', brought
out trays 'of native fruits and .ve .vegetables
getables .vegetables and' showed graphs of
the country's exports and imports
to indicate the.-country's products
and industry, and. displayed draw
inss and costers v showing .Pana
ma's sources of income. Other
drawings oortraved several of the
Republic s intellectual, leaders, ine
pacenat Closed with1'-, group of
native dances,' performed by ill
termediate grade students.
The pageant project was the
cooperative effort of. the. school
faculty. The idea was conceived
by Mrs.? Gladys Mauge. and plan planned
ned planned under the direction of the Su
pervisor, of.-Music,, Miss, Emily
Butcher. "
'.iJS S Tkrf
, Wh"s "l-sfenand lSated
material and formation' K'S
Songs were selected according to
what each group, had decided ; to
nortrav and these were taught
during the daily music classes in
the intermediate srades.
The glee club of 65 selected stu
dents 'worked, with, Mrs. Clarice
uryan as airecior ana Airs, a a-loise
loise a-loise Small as- co-director,-
a murai,- snowing a general
scene of tropical Manama served
as a background for the entire
pageant It was done by a sroup
oi lmermeaiaie. sraae siuuenis un
der the direction of Waldaba
.' M'ss Wilms "Butcher, teacher of
music in the Paraiso and Santa
Cruz Junior HiRh schools was
the guest accompanist.

know the truth and 'the

PANAMA R. )f, SUNDAY,
and glasses, looked- over tplans
shovel jreally-lif ted- bit of dirt

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THIS GROUP portrayed Panama's Founding' Fathers during
F'this week's pageant at' the Rainbow City Elementary School,
Panama, through the Centuries, They are' holding- Panama'
Declaration of Independence from, Colombia.

Johnpy Mdpignia Pu h ic if

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public park. Cuban author -md
busintssman Armando Mnei
hat don lot of this. ' t
But now he has a better' Idea
r-fruit parks -, '.' i v
A' world traveler and former at
torney with the League of, Nations,
Mencia' would let it be known that
he is not la the fruit business.. We
lust thinks that watching fruit
grow, and learning to liKe it ana
having a lot of it around, will give
everyone especially kids A clos closer
er closer enioymcnt.of the natural world.
So many of us, today, he points
out, live in apartments. Ihore
should be some place where- city
children, and grown-ups too "can
plant a tree and nurture it as nis
own. v i
Municipalities would plant most
of the- trees, and people could ai
his own. '.- ..
Municipalities would plant most
of the trees, and people could eat
the public fruit in the parks, but

nui furry u away. t t
v Yesterday Mnc a, with a Pa Panamanian
namanian Panamanian frtnd, ws on hit way
out to Summit Gardant, 'And
while her h hop to talk with
agronomist W. R, Lindsay .and
P 4.i. at W, f ity.

country Uiia)f?:-H Abraham Lincoln

NOVEMBER 3O,105g
Presldent'Theorw
Roosevelt,'
held by" the x;nle
: engineer,
hi pick set-,
into the .air,
jstorv
. t, ;
The idea for a fruit' park in eve
ry town came 'to the exuberiant
attorney "while visiting in Califor-,
ma "the orchard of the world'
but I didn't seeplaces where te
pie could plant- trees.'',
As a starter.. he discussed
with the mayor -of Riverside, C
and presented the city ,with
persimmon tree. ...
In Venezuela, where he war m
business tor several years, jvien-
cla became interested in a litUe-
knpwa but delicious fruitfie a-
cerolai or ironical cherry Its bo-
tantcai name is nothing ies than
'.k j. ..... "t ii I
"malDichia ounicuolia"-bflt Men
cia finds acerola "much more mu
sical" Also it's Chock. Ml of. Vi
tamin C
There's a sturdy spemen his
gift growing on the UJs. Embas
sy grounds in Caracas
Mencia rmmbrsmat At
. eh Id hit Barents warded to tend
him i to school in SwltrUnd.
He ionsented to- gbiddbly if
he could take hit UvoHt little
tret along. Switf tlachert coo
pereted, to th trf was pltnN
ed In tht' tcheolyffrd' where h
could tend It and fvatch It grow

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FgypliairAdmils
Beiri0enf To Kill
Tunisian Presueni
r
IS. Nov. 30 (UPI)-A young
who said he was an Egy Egy-eommando
eommando Egy-eommando officer sent here
assassinate Tunisia's President
abib Boursuiba emerged today
as a brand new figure in the pxo-J
paganaa ; war'' raging oeiweea
Cairo and Tunis'. I
The, man wha identified himself
as Mohamed f ouad said Abdel
Meguib Soltmin, 24, of Cairo, vvas
questioned haire yesterday by a
government prosecutor as he was
held? under- guard in the presence
of newsmen'. I
Tunisianofficials said Solinjan
is one of several Egyptian, officers
whose arrest Bourguiba announc
ed last Sunday. Bourguiba blasted
the Cairo government at that time'
for sending agents to kill him and
overcrow his pro-western govern-
Soliman said yesterday he came
here under orders to assassinate
fthe Tunisian President.. i
He also said that during thejeiv-
u unresi in WDanon last sumjmer
he helped smuggle 250 Czech Bifles
to the Lebanese insurgents, j
Vupons Disappear
From Well Guarded
US Dase In Britain
LONDON, NOV.1. 29 CUPII A
mystery raider Jias broken into
an armory in one of the most se
curity-shrouded U.S. alrbsjses : in
Britain' and got'- away with two
.45 caliber-submachine gans, Uie
Air Jorce 'said today,"' i'V
An officer 4 at" f brstwaters,
Suffollt base "said the' roobery so-
marauder who t-risked being bot
if he wera spotted, bw sentries
onstetr 'throughout -th hAse.
1 p "Whoever forced the I door was
either tery brave at very rash.
the -officer said. -
i The armory was ,..
roken
into
wis
early yesterday ?, The
robbery
being investigated toi
fay-by
U.S
and British authoriti
Ao Air Force spokesman
mti
there was no ammuaition in the
building, and only the two sten
type guns were- taken. British po.
lice' said this tendeo to rule out
speculation1 that th. raid may
have been staged My members of
the illegal Irish Republican Army
who in the past have stolen guns
from British military establish
menu.

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Defense Dcpartnic nt Confirms Atlas
Vent Full 6325 Land-Mile Range

'l' WAS
NGTON, Not. S
mnt

'irmed today th Atlas missile fired last night at

r. Cape Ca

averaL' Fla.; successfully traversed its full inter-

.. continen

1 range of about 6,325 land miles.

It
flight
the big ballistic
er its full ranre. :
, Th
Atlas was fired aver
Cape

naveral at 9:27 pm yesterday.

ntissue was powered for what the department cau cau-sig
sig cau-sig nlficant flight" by a three-engine cluster.- Prior

ed
: succei

ul firings, all at leas than the full range but em email
ail email three engines, were staged Aug. 2, Aug. 28, Sept.

ployij
14, ahd
NOT. 17.
st night's test came less
flight on Dee. II, 1957,
than 500 miles.

olaseed Advocates O rchards All Oyer

The lawyer "recounted this as
example of the impression the
iracle of natural growth can
make on a young child.
Later in his travel much of; it
for the League of Nations, he went
all over. Europe and into the jung
les of South America.- In each ci
ty where he remained for any
time, he presented botanical spe
cimens to the parks.
. Thus be has given rhododend
rons to Washington, D. C, and
tons of peonies to Norwegian com communities,
munities, communities, where he often spent va
cations.
' Always keenly responsive ta the
music of Norwegian composer to
ward Grieg, the Cuban was walk
ing up a narrow valley where
Grieg has often visited. A stream
rushed down it, and there were
many waterfalls "each with its
own musical note."
.- -These notes stirred his musical
memory. He listened more close
ly to the water, and presently it
was cleat that the mat romohs
er had used the chord notes of the
waterfalls for his basic theme in
the composition ""Wedding Day."
English is only pne of Mencia's
many languages.) "I attended kin

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. NEW YORK, Nov. 29 (UPI) Federal Judae Frede-

rick Van Pelt Bryan today refused to grant an injunction
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againsr rne parricipanon or z,uuufuuu members or Unit United
ed United States unions in a four-day boycott against ships; flying
flags of convenience the flags of Panama. Liberia. Cos

ta Rica and Honduras.
The boycott,, called by the International Transport
Workers Federation, for four days starting Monday, is
scheduled to extend to 62 countries.
In the United States the boycott is supported by the
Seamen's International Union and the National Maritime
Union, with o membership of 2,000,000 members.
Leaders of these unions have announced that they
will picket any North American port?here flag-of-eon-venience
ships are docked, including such ports as New
York, Boston, Philadelphia New Orleans and Galveston;
Bryan ruled that the law did not permit him to issue
injunctions' against strikes or boycotts.'1
Attorneys for, 15 oil companies with ships registered
in Panama and Liberia contended that the boycott did Jiot
involve any labor dispute, an was lso.in violation of the
Sherman anti-trust law. tv

Immediately upon falling to
secure an injunction against the
boycott, the oil companies, filed
a -claim for- damages they will
suffer as a result of the boycott,
,and tndlcated.aWthe-sainft.time.,
that immediately the boycott be becomes
comes becomes effective they will file ad additional
ditional additional claims foe losses caused
by the "illegal boycott."
7 s .. '! ; tt ',-, t
The oil companies, in contend contending
ing contending that no "legal labor dispute
is involved, noted that in not one
of the flags df convenience ships
scheduled to be boycotted Is there
a single member of any of the un unions
ions unions calling the boycott.
Meanwhile, in San Jose,
Costa Rica, President Mario
Echandl today signed the law
passed unanimoulsly by con congress
gress congress prohibiting the Costa
Rican registration of foreign foreign-owned
owned foreign-owned ships after Dec. 31.
His action a long campaign to
end abuse of flags of convenience.
(UPI) The Defense Depart-
missile's first suceessful test
.
the Atlantic missile range from
than a year after the first
when the missile went slightly
dergarten in the States," he ex-1
plains, He studied in France later;

and Won a fellowship to t h e independence for the Spanish col col-League,
League, col-League, Staying seven years in onies, and all the Western Hernia Hernia-Genevs,
Genevs, Hernia-Genevs, !. phere, he also looked ahead to the

During World War II, he was
th Director of the Inter-American I
Radio Office (OIR), then in Ha
vans. ,f ' 1
. An admirer of Simon' Bolivar,
Theodore Rootevell and Prtidnt
EiMnhower partieUlarly the let letter's
ter's letter's people-to-people program
Mencia found himself stimulated
In Panama by the meeting of I I-dat
dat I-dat hr. -j .......
"Tbis is where the continents
were cut," he observes, "yet
here was sown 'the seed of Pan
Americanism, .back in 1826 In
cutting the land, he remark,
"you have joined the oceans snd
brought all nations closer through
trade." He had some thoughts on
development. 4
"In ths growth. of any country,
or of the world,, there' are thiee
stages dependence, independence
and inter-deoendenre. ,
L -."Independence, the shaking off,
is fine, but everyone for himself
is not enough.
''It. Is important to realize how

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nnounce
Picket
Costa Rica ha no merchant ma
rme of its, own, snd its control
over thtf-marin safety and labor
conditions nr. Costa Rican-fUg
ships was very elastic J?
1tpntyrf.'liuliV-Albto":: M6ng'
first protested th nm nt thm r..
Ha Rican flag as a fluff nt
venience back in 1956, when hi
was secretary-general of the Inter-,
americaa Region' Labor organis organisation
ation organisation (ORITK r
, V'" 1 t" V V-''
'' V-'' Costa Rica has been getting a a-boutv
boutv a-boutv $100,000 annually from the
registration of foreign-owned ship shipping,
ping, shipping, but deputies contended that
many. licenses were issued over
seas,i presumably by consular of officials,
ficials, officials, without the government',
benefiting,
lAttorney C. Dickerman Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, representing Panam aniaa
interests contended during the
hearing before Bryan that the boy boycott
cott boycott was inspired by other- nations,
especially Britain and Norway,
who fear their ships may transfer
to other flags.
The unions argued that the boy-.
cott was intended as a peaceabla
demonstration to obtain public re recognition
cognition recognition of the fact that United
States seamen lose their jobs when
ships are transferred to another
registry,
Attorney Burton Whote, on .be .behalf
half .behalf of Liberia, said the boycott -even
if successful would not re result
sult result in transferring the ships back
to US operation because it was
economically impossible to do so
unless government subsidies were
granted,
A Panama Canal Company
spokesman has said that the brief
boycott is not expected to have
much effect on traffic through the
waterway. ?
far seeing Bolivar was that though
he was the ereatest champion of
period of inter-dependence. Sou
var foresaw the growth of inter.
dependence through the Pan A-
merican Union, the OAS, the Unit
ed Nations add such bodies.
"And for, the future? Interpla'
netary inter dependence? Who
knows?" ., 1
The future of the moment (or
Mencia leads to Brazil, and to its
a borning capital of Brasilia, where
he will enter "business of, some
kind." There too. he hopes to in
terest President Juscelino Kubits-
chek in a fruit park, for th bur-
geomng new metropolis.
Meanwhile, he's corresponding ;
with friends in New York on ". his
idea of setting out a half-dozen or
so royal palms in pots at the point
where the Avenue of the Ameri
cas joins Central park.
There are statues there of Bolt
var and the South American pa patriot
triot patriot Jose San Martin. A statue of
Mencia's compatriot, Jose Marti,,
will soon be' added to compute
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CITIZENSHIP AND BIRTH
Sir:

Din vn winkle (Mall Box, Nov. 28) wants to Know wny ne
uWp ySSren of loci-fate families born on the Canal
do 2 by vX of u2t achieve American asm
rin th Dorn in the US. possessions and territories.
S$?asra that the united States does not own the ca canal
nal canal thouT mos solemn instrument it was granted
rXltlV m the Canal Zone
Panamanians, unless one or both parents, of spme other na na-uSSS7makeTpolnt
uSSS7makeTpolnt na-uSSS7makeTpolnt of registering their infanta at locaUm-
cWdnfAmerican parentage born In the Canal Ue
do nTbyvlrtue of place of birth achieve United States citlaen-

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OP THI WEEK

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Manama and the United States came to J Jinent

thk matter long ago. Ana as i w "o - t

""WjJSSlSl thing, it would be difficult JjlgA
" 5 .-c tv horrtor twksa on the way Into town to

SvrthemeVe t of on birth a claim ot citizenship oth
than that of the host country. u .. .H

You hear much of aisagreemcnw wci,weu ri

na ntH of areas or atreemeni. inis iiaptciio w mP

Internationalist

VEGETABLES FOR THE ZONE
'I'd like to know why His Excellency Willie Potter wants to
buy fresh vegetables from the Panamanians instead of as he
sais from Cwta Rica. Looks to me like these folks are too laty
to sprinMe iertMMt (commercial, please) ot bend over to pull
Udthe Zone is so hot to buy the fresh things locally, why
don't they subsidize the Chinese farmers who are already j on
the Zonel and who have already proven their worth? Isn't that
supposed to be the American spirit help the farmers to help
Tdon'fclalm that the Chinese farmers ate perfect, but my
personal experience has been that their products are clean,
Iresh and fairly-priced. When there is a bruised banana in the
bunch, it Is removed before weighing, then given to the cus
tWltoWhat they need here la not a good five-cent cigar, but
nlump, red and juicy tomatoes at a reasonable price. For some
reason, they just cant be had here. How long has It been since
you've sunk your molars into a tasty, vine-ripened tomato?
f rmt tn th Panamanians. The more the rich produC-

" p1i ti th 7.one. the richer they will get. You can bet that

the employe Who slaughters the fatted calf won't see an extra

ncnnv in his nav envelope, even u me commissaries suumu

suddenly start selling nothing but "local-rate" beef.
p Groanin' Zonian

Imost important news of Oie

week Wis the iset that Vice Pres President
ident President Nixon's valet forgot to paok

hi master's dinner jacket, Tb
valet's I name, Dave Ball, win go
down in history together with he

dinner jacket Nixon had to bor

row toireceive the Queen of Eug-

lnad ati the 'American Embauy

in Lonnen.
The Vice President Is known a
a sharp dresser and the pangs he
must nav Buffered in being pno

tographed, m a dinner jacket taat

didn't fit, with the charming

yueen auzaaeth U must have

een excruciating. It seems also

surprising that more formal

than a dinnar- iacket was not

ired at the dinner in honor

e Queen and ner consort.

"Ill never let anybody else

pacx yiichard's clothes again,"

Mrs. Patricia Nixon told the As.

soclatedx Press in London.. She

added that somebody in washing'

ion iorgotv to pack it (the .dinner

acket) "And It wasn't me

l can im mat laar firrtnmm

snocune uncusn nunsts almost aa

much as the sorrowed dinner latk

ei, must navexsnocKed the

Of Savuie Ro

It is iust DDftible that tha Vice1

rrenaeot neeas an assistant a

et on his staff to heln Dava HpII

to remember to pack, that dinner

jacket, If I had Jny way, which,

course, i win, not. tne foreot.

ten dinner jacket would ba sent

with Mrs. Nixon's cloth coat to

the Smithsonian Institution wham

neither will ever be foreottenJ

THE GOOD OLD DAYS
Blr:
That mi a PKintlr letter of "Joe Zonlan'a" (Mall Box, Nov

9 Tt j n had heart on the isthmus some years back' he would

have had the pleasure ot contributing to the happiness and
bankroll of a pair ot purchasing heads, one now in his grave
and the other in a foreign country
At that time no one would have dared to mention that one

of these Individuals was the local distributing agent tor one of
New York's lareest wholesale grocers, whose brands were the

only ones to appear on the counters here. The other individual,

. nnt. nartner with a conductor Who split 50-50 With the rail

road before he was caught and fired, was continually purchas

ing items urgetnly needed, like the pig leaa some coco soiq per

onnel bo klndlv nut aboard surplus submarines as ballast so

thev could come through the Canal for scrapping at Balboa

The same personnel also threw In a few barrels of motor oil

which was sold in Panama without any duty being paid on It.

If "Joe Zonian" thinks the present chiefs are hard to work
for, he should hear of the rlpid discipline these lodge big shots
enforced on non-lodge members In their carefully-chosen or organization.
ganization. organization. Joe should give the present organization a chance
to get going before he makes such drastic remarks.
William Worker

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Such a thine could never have

happened to former Vice 'Presi

dent Jack Garner of Uvalde, Tex Texas,
as, Texas, who celebrated a past 90 birth birthday
day birthday recently in his shirt sleeves

witn a glass of bourbon and

branch water in his hand. Not be

cause Cactus Jack did not have

a v dinner jacket, but becauxe hp

dldn t have a valat and haeansn

ne wasted his time as Vice Presi President
dent President presiding over the United

States Senate as provided by the

vonsiuuuon. ne am piay poker
and drink bourbon and branch
wter, I hooe hot from the Poto

mac, with his friends, but most

linn rtnl in In thai red In the prei

ent budget add is warning me

people of me oanger 01
"Democratic peflders,' recently

elected to congress oeiore w v
ter have taten office.
It is hard to estimate what their
travels navefdone for foreign re re-l.tinn
l.tinn re-l.tinn axneeiallv their not loo

recent trio ito Latin America,

oihiKh la eeierally considered a

tHnmnh in Tthe United States.

Theresn be Uttle doubt now a
Knnt raiatlmni with Great Britain.

The Vice President's plane was
forced by log to land at an air airport
port airport where ft was not expected,
but the welcoming committee of
high official! of the British Gov-

ernment ana me American em embassy
bassy embassy were "there to greet mm.
When he ;was being escorted
from the plane to the train thai
wan tn tvp him to London, he

mac(i wim nil menos, but most s't"d t0 etU t0 i0me laborers.
ttl iri btween Wash"i nhad a fine trip," he laid with
.ftL'Sllt:..' smUe. "this is .''wonderful air-

uwvuuu; iwniaiu nxuuauB hix-
on Is the most traveled Vice Prts Prts-ident
ident Prts-ident in the history of fhe United
States. Before leaving Washington
Mrs. Nixon confided to the press
that, after five trips around the
world she would finally realize a
life-long dream by seeing Buck-

r

ingham Palace.

Little did she dream then. that
Dave Ball, valet, would forgetTf)

pack ner .husband's dinner jacket.

- -. v. tpo Ml VUiJU U1D ffUL 1U
with the present Junket and the

trip of the Nixon family to Alas-

xa in tne recent campaign to as.

sure a clean sweep by the Demo

crats must have cost a lot of
"Jack." This is esoeciallv true of

an administration that is 12 bil-are about to have the best season

?The workmen seemed surprised

milled and it was probably

not until the, next day when they

read of it in tne newspapers u

they learned who Md greeted

them. What an accoiaae ior uiem

to hand down ..to tneir cnuaree

and grand 1 chiwren ana greai

grand children." f

Generauons, nence one v"
gine one of the descendants of the

signally xavorea worse men
'I had a nice tip," and when
the children looked1, puttied, add add-ing,
ing, add-ing, "That is what Richard Mi Mi-haui
haui Mi-haui Nixon, Vice President of the
United States, said to your great,
great, great grandfather."
THI BASEBALL SEASON

The three games yiat I have
en to far convince me that we

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Baseball does have a history in

ranama, oatuig xrom tne i ourtn
of July game many years ago,
when Don Necco de la Guardia,
father of the President of Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, and ot baseball on the Isth Isthmus,
mus, Isthmus, played second base on a Pa Panama
nama Panama team. The Panama team

won from a Gringo team picked

irom we, earnest canal diggers.

It seems to me that about the

only thing that can spoil the tea

ion it an unidentified: tan with a
siren who attended the N game
Wednesday night. I'm deaf, but
even I can't take it and 1 have

neara people with good ears say

never, again" a me siren conti

nues to drown out announcements

and shatter sensitive ear drums

There are fani Who sueeest

that the man with the siren is an
escapee from Corozal or Matias
Hernandez. Well, in mv ooininn.

if he is not returned to either in

stitution, his liren will increase

the number of patients at both in institutions
stitutions institutions and ruin baseball.

He was not nresent at the Fri

day night game, or, if he was, he
had left his siren at home. The

crowd was enthusiastic and had

good reason to be so as it was a
good game. It War so peaceful

that I could read poetry between

innings.

Here Is a ; poem b Marva

Mannes of The Reporter Magazine,
a young lady who it in a class
with E. B. White of The New

Yorker.
Min Mannei' poem celebrated
the visit of the great Spanish ar

tist, Pablo Casali, when he spoke
at the United Nations through his

ceuo, as only ne can speak.

Casals, undoubtedly the world's
freatest cellist, is a refugee from
ranee, Spain, and the Fascist

government that killed -the great

poei reuenco uarcia Lores.

Pablo Casals would not ba kill

ed it he returned to his native

land, but there just isn't enough

room injspain for him and dicta
tor Franco. Please excuse the di
gression, Marya.

CASALS AT THI U.N.

Th single sound, the solitary

f 7ht.

The small man and his Instrument

as one

So did this sovereignty ot art and

light

Hold all the nations in dominion

That peace now ruled: and the

surrounding ait

Infected hourly by the warring

word.

Wa purified by this man playing
there
And hearing mors than all who

listened heard.

One man, one passion,

what prevailed

Over a sickened world and made

it whole:

One jtruth, one man, one hour had

availed

To reinstate the abdicated soul

Ot this great body and remind it

or
The' practice and the potency of

love.

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GLOUCESTER. England (UPI)

A truck loaded with 2,000-pound

u. s. Air Force bombs left over

from World War II rolled back

wards down an embankment

yesterday and overturned. There

was no explosion, -a

A templet ttritl ol aHlelal rating ttrtl.
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f 43i can be regulated.

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The words of the pledge to
the flag of the United States in
its original form, first appeared
in the Youth's Companion in
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puted disputed for many years, but in
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association gave the credit to
Francis Bellamy of Rome N.Y.
The words "under God" were
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YOU LEAKING HYDRANTS on the eioeline of nroa.

ressistpnd by for developments of a rare texture. Seems I
ought to backtrack repentently on my ; gently-delivered

hint et last week that the drum beaters for the All Star
Palm Bowl football at the Balboa Stadium Wednesday

mghf Vere not making exactly like Senor Ray McKinley.

Backtracking is as rare as correct spelling in this de

partment. V" 7

I backtrack, ohly Some of the distance. The attend

ance at the football game, for all that a reported $1043
was snared for. the United Fund, was not. as good as ths
occasion,warrai;ted., There. were too many empty seat.
" 'Hnvrnn kdrnma nrlonunfelv mnv'inraA tknf el. a I.imI

ers were prowling through the thickets of the Pahama Ca

nal and otherZone agencies in reasonable numbers, hawk
ing tickets to the fray 1 1 qm driven to a study otCsupine
Joe Zonian who is: iust too tired to get out of the1 ham

mock except to change his, underwear every couple of

weeks.?'M.S:f i ifiM?;.

The fellow who was not at the football game would,
I presume, be the sme Joe Zonian whose absence from
the polls helped the US Raters set a magnificent 20 ner

cent voting record at the recent Civic Council elections.'

wnue ine locoi Karers wera racking ud a u per cent or
more participafionj ;4 ".. ,;v ;
He would be the Same Joe Zonian whose profound
interest in his own destinies confined him to the hamT
mock when Secretary of the Army Georae H. Roderick.1

fboss' man of the Panama Canal Company was harangu harangu-ina
ina harangu-ina rows of emotv seats at the Theodore Roosevelt Cen

tennial Week windup at the Administration Building
one. 'recent Saturday morrjing.

.yiiie nine iiiuii wiiu wun c ineire ai inn rooroQii game
could also be the same Joe Zonian whose dedication to

his hammock has made it so difficult for the Twilight

League to get tinder Way these last few baseball seasons,'
and who indeed seems to have reduced matters to a point
where neither the Atlantic nor Pacific Sides can support!

a iwingni League on rneir own. mere is TOIK or Trying

o pur rogerner a combined league. -
r We have the spectacle of the US national aame limn

ing pitifully on the US-controlled Canal Zone, while in

Panama the US national game is going great auns in the

form of the Parimj Pro League, enjoying its best season

ror years ovrina m large parr to iow-saiariea cusromers
whose daily schedule, however does not comprise eight

hours work and 16 hours siesta, ;

If you care to go it little deeper into the community

spiritthat runs like molasses among the hammocks on the

Isthmus, take a look at rhtroster of those who have been
doing the donkey workx organizing the baseball Little
Leagues and Teenage Leagues of recent years. You'll
find the same names year after year, not because these iny.
dividuals have sought to get a stranglehold on the job, buf

uccuu5o no one eise win oesrir nimseir to srep forward
and help.

I hear of one league this year in which at leasfMOO

kids are listed to play, which had to go beyond the ranks
of officials or relatives to find a scorer. Somethiha like

200 parents,' and not one of them interested enough to give

wi mci tunc even w(.vuiunuuy ib score a oaugame in
his kid's league. An inspiring example, forsooth.

One of this world s1 major; mysteries is what Joe
Zonian does with himself when he is so conspicuously ab absent
sent absent from events which might be thought normally to be

or some puouc inreresr.
Some nights he may go to the movies, watching pale
phony snadows flickering across a screen rather than

watching real men perform real deeds.

(They say that last time Governor Potter went to the
movies he saw all kinds of real deeds, but that's a differ different
ent different and much more fascinating story, and would be a
great box office success on wide screen). ;
Some of the time Joe Zonian might spend watching
TV again pale shadows substituted anemically for the
real thing. : "j
Or playing bingo. Now there's an intellectual exer exercise,
cise, exercise, calculated to counter Russia's Sputnik knowhow.
- Perhaps he spends some of his time penning letters!

to Rep. Leonor k. iullivan (D-Mo., chairman of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal subcommittee of the House Merchant Marine
and Fisheries committee. You will remember Mrs. Sullivan;
She is the one who said while on a visit here a couple of
. .i. .. . n i . -i .tit... .'B':-i.. it

wcbks naa: iviost or mi lerrers rereiva irrnm t finni

"T.';l-.. i.f.i.- 1 ....t t ..." .1

z.onians are usr gripes, ana wnen i invesngare tnem I
find there is little cause for complaint."
I guess a lot of the griping is about how much there
is lacking down here of the old Stateside customs. Such
as, for instance, a Thanksgiving football game.
Mrs. Sullivan Secretary Roderick, Governor Potter
and others might find some interest in the fact that in
Panama, where waqes averaae maybe a third of the rates
prevailing in the Zone, 5000 or more baseball fans are
turning out four or five times a week, weather permitting,
for the reqular season pro league baseball games.
On the other hand.' a once-a-vear football classic in

the well-heeled Canal Zone attracted fewer than 1000
spectators, on a fine night, with no work the next day,
and a special train laid on from the Atlantic-side yet.

Just thought of a couple of other things Joe Zonian
could have been doing Wednesday night. He could have
been" ''"A&trf-;''". -i'i-
1. Playing bowls, far and away the most Successful
participation sport on the Isthmus;
2. Lying in his hammock leafing back through old
copies of this column. t
Worthy and healthful activities both.
PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT this week, having
harped for so long on the subject, could scarcely be other
than the v
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1959
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D!l.f NESTOR BERMUDEZ, tobassatior from finduras to Panama. V recently Visited the XI Js.
Army Caribbean School. Fort Qulick. With him was Col. Luciano Sanchez-Sanchez, military
attache of the Venezuelan Embassy. Above, th e feuests review a course at the automotive sec section
tion section of the school. From. left, to rieht, are: Era esto E. Estenoz, vice-consul of. F.tduras In
Colon; Col.' Cecil 'Hirftes,commandan!; of the USARCARIB' School; Bermudez: a..uto Soto
Reyes, first ecretaifeoiiaie Hondurah Embassy to Panama;: Jose Maria Gonzalez, (covernor
of the Province of Colon: Lt Col.- Arthur, O, May, director, armament and; automotive de department;
partment; department; COL Luciano Sanchez-Sanchez: and leading the explanation of the operation of a
5-ton truck motor ls"t3apt.lliKuel A. Fernan dez,; senior instructor, automotive section.
, .. ,r v i ,- (U.S. Army Photo)

our

tirement

By MARIE DAERR

Here are two sides of thre three-generations-in-one
bouse picture,
supplied by; readers:
"Grandpa J.,' my husband's step stepfather,
father, stepfather, has been living yith us for
two yearsV Mrs. H D. wrote.
"I'm sorry ? to .-.iayi. mat tension
grows all the Vme
"Grandpa pays $15 a week for
room, board and free run of the
house all day Accordingly, he
thinks he must dominate our
home.-
"His personal habits and eat eating
ing eating habits ara to untidy th
children rafuse to sit at the table
with him. Ha is tho only one for.
twnata enough to have a strictly
private room in our house. The
rait f us all share rooms,
"Yet Grandpa never nises his
own room except to sleeo. He iust

sits and stares or broods in the
front room until late at night.
T ll,.t n

entitled to a litt'e privacy and
home life without his presence. Do
you think it would be asking too
much to have him snend evenings
in his own room? He has a ra radio
dio radio and U the comforts there.
"This would give us a chance to
feel we are a family again. I hate

to suggest that my husbasdf send
ttim away a,no one else among;

ms -many relatives cares to nave
him He is eligible. for a lodge

homej but he doesn't want to go
there, because he t bisks' be

wouldn't have enough freedom.
"Ho has our ; entire house to
himself all day long. All J ask is
that we have it evenings. Hope
to hear from someone' wh has
had a similar problem and who
may have found a solution."

Mrs. J. V., another reader, has

different ideas:

"Years ago, the family unit was

a close-knit one, she wro e. Ma
ny an older person was respected,

wanted and cared for. Today the

children's first thought is -to 'put'

away' the very people who were

responsible for their lives and suc success.
cess. success. "Has it ever occurred to these

whippersnappers that, if they live

long enough, they too. may one

day be in the same boat maybe

even up against a worse situa
tion? i v"5

"Too much emphasis' is" placed!

on the rights oi youngsters and:

not enough on the God-gVen coni-J
wtnd fyv krwirw Atia'e navanfg S

N?W -YORK (UPJ) Sweet
potato patties go welKwith pork,
ham or poultry. For S -servings,
combine 3 cups mashed sweet po potatoes
tatoes potatoes with 3 tablespoons butter
or margarine, 1 teaspoon salt,, V
teaspoon ground black pepper, and

2 tablespoons sugar, ; (shape into

b pauieg, rou in crushea corn

flakes and bake on buttered bak baking
ing baking sheet in pre heated 35(J-degree
oven 15 minutes, or .until brown browned.'
ed.' browned.' ; '-
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SHAH. VI5JTS If AL'

ROME (UPI)-The Shah of Iran
arrived yesterday for Ms first
visit here since Italy and his na nation
tion nation broke Mideast tradition with
an oil prospecting agreement giv giving
ing giving Iran 75 per .cent of drilling
profits

Q Read your article about' the!

Singletons. Can you tell me how
to get in touch with the Akron
branch? C. L. ;
A Write Miss Julie Benko. 894
Silvercrest Ave., Akron 14, 0-
hio.
. Q Can you give fne a brief
guide on the foods an older per-
L 1J U .-. .. ,f

sun miuuiu liuve in nis aaiiy aieir
FJ.
.A 'our servings f bread-cereal
types. Two :f meat, fish,
fowl, eggs. About four of fruits
, and vegetables. About two cups
of milk and milk products.

; U.S. REPRESENTATIVE (Miami) ;
J,j What" is younr" problem 'to SUte-slde tbt w night help yon estrer
. .Individual. bitfincsMS and organizations n' ue our services at far
; 1m eoat than a trip-to the US. Purchasing. Selling, Gontraots or special
rllnes ol information and expediting. Whatever your necda or problem,
" we would like to ld in bringing you satiafaction. Correapoadence in
confidence. SUte-desires in letter and we will answer, giving estimated
cost, and orocedure. If .we cannot fulfill your request, we wUl be quick
to tell you so.' Write to us bow or keep this and for future reference.
AU legitimate Assignments considered. None, others.. .This is an expert
. ment by former newspaperman and his wife who have lived in Miami
for 25 vears and who have nothing to do except help you. Contact B. &.
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LONDONiHoy. 29 -That Army!
colonels should : be bird-watchers
in ther pare' time,, that bank
managers should dedicate t h e i r
evenings td jazz and policemen
their off-duty moments to breed breeding
ing breeding white mice, seems perfectly
natural. But that similar "escape"
tactics? should be pursued by the;
medical profession this takes
some letung used to. :- ,
Many of us in Britain are inclin inclined
ed inclined to imagine that doctors are so
fascinated by our aches and pains
that their work for the National
Healtrt. Service must be hobby e-j
nough. What other pastime can
they possibly need? 1
Maybe I was not the only mis misguide
guide misguide observe to be pleasurably
surprised it the Doctors' Hobbies
Exhibition which Benger Laborato Laboratories,
ries, Laboratories, Ltd., has .been running this
month ,, at British .Medical House

in Tavistock SqafeJ London. ...
M(!T-HUMArl?TOUCH
.fi Medical, -men,11 iV'seemrfr.ilulu'-.
V1 not only the bedside manner
but the workshop manner. Here
were model, trains 'and ships, and'
paintings and .wood carvings," ex exhibited
hibited exhibited by more than 500 doctors.
There was a home-made electro electronic
nic electronic organ, and a plastic surgeon
bad made a speaking likeness of a
Stradivarius violin ,?r ;
But the most human touch, to
my mind, was provided by 200
used railway tickets, the cream
of 40,000 Ncolleetod on train'
lournoys In all part of the
world by a Southampton medi medical
cal medical officer (Evorr ticket told a
story; there were tickets to

Singapore Honolulu and Dead
River, and te stations called
Hell and Paradise.
'' What a glorious emancipation
from surgeries and hospital wards.
It was much, the same urge to
escape from the daily round that
took me tnis month to the Cycle
and Motorcycle Show at Ear I s
Court, London. ''- "::
Here'iwaS' t rchance to. 'renew-

one's youth and recall those far far-off
off far-off days when a Saturday after afternoon
noon afternoon cycle run-was fraught with
adventure comparable wnh Don Donald
ald Donald Campbell's smashing the world
water speed, record bn Coniston
Yater in the English Lake Dis

trict the other morning at 248.62
nmh.

And why not re-live the thrill of
that first motor-cycle ride? Even

a pilot on Britain's new comet

Transatlantic service does not ex

ult in a greater sense of speed

and Dower than did I when tnat

iirst gift-horse to be precise, it

was two-ana-tnree-quarters norse

oower bounded forward at a

touch of the throttle, nearly

throwing my schoolboy frame o-

ver the back wheel.
BRILLIANT ARRAY :-'

The Cycle Show is a bie'dhi af affair
fair affair but my last visit to this fes festival
tival festival of wheels 'must have been
.ton years .ego.
The really startling change was
in the brilliant array of color.
Blackt bicycles, it seems, have the
rarity : value of top hats.
- Tvoical of the new -order was

the "CantUette," a robust machine

by Phuups cycles, lm.. ot me

British Cycle Corporation, Ltd., in
a color scheme of fuchsia red
with primrose-yellow mudguards,
powder-blue chainguard and white white-wall
wall white-wall tyres. -.
SDecially for eirls was the,, Tri

umph "PUJk ; Witch," with pink

frame, peacock-blue and white
saddle bag chequered- saddle,
white-wall tyres,- and mirror with

lipstick balder. It has also a plas plastic
tic plastic dress-guard and chromium-plated
carrier fdr parcels.
Today's cycle trend, I was told,
is towards less weight, more co

lor, more gaiety ana so more

pleasure and pride of ownership:
There were children's cycles
which can be made to grow with,
the child,; and club models for

"serious'" riding over every type
of rugged country in all climates.
EXPORTS FLOURISHING
United Kingdom 'cycle exports
are flourishing. Every hour of

, every working day some 1000 bi bi-1
1 bi-1 cycles and 50 motorcycles leave

Bntian's factories for overseas.
Among recent out-of-the-ordina-

ry deliveries were 24 cycles to

the Seychelles, 24 to the virgin
Islands and 700 to Sarawak. Brit

ish motorcycles are a common

sight in Fiji and Hawaii.
' .Cycles were only part of the Ex
hibition story. Every kind of tri

cycle, tandem, "mo-ped," scooter,

motorcycle, sidecar ana tnree
wheeled rar was on view. .-

First and second cousins to the

bicycle are the -'mo-ped" and the

scooter. British manufacturers ere

making a determined attack on

both markets.

"Mo-ped," running : 200 miles
or more on a gallon .of a special
mixture of petrol and engine oil,
are used by at least 300,000 peo people
ple people in the United Kingdom and
scooters by over, 200,000.
Many cyclists take to a "mo "moped,"
ped," "moped," with its tiny power unit,
and still feel they have not be be-trayed
trayed be-trayed their allegiance to the bi bicycle,
cycle, bicycle, which it so closely resem resembles.
bles. resembles. -- - -: -. --
The scooter is in a class by It Itself,
self, Itself, easier to control than a mo motorcycle,
torcycle, motorcycle, a safe as human (inge (ingenuity
nuity (ingenuity can make it, -and wonderful wonderfully
ly wonderfully popular, with women. Late to
the field vwith -scooters, British
factories are now turning; out. the
most advanced designs beautiful
little Vehicles with weather pro protection
tection protection toat- would have -seemed
hardly possible only; yeaf or two
ago. ';:S'V-(1.h-';:,r'- ifc??;
MODERN TENDENCY l
Not to be ioutdone by the s'coot'
er. the motorcycle of today also
defies wind and rain. The new
tendency seems to be towards
complete enclosure of the engine
and protection of the rider oehind
a rampart of windscreen and

streamlined sorm-guard.
; The year's revolutionary design
is undoubtedly the Ariel "Leader."
t ms it innVpd almost like a car

on two wheels. Its accessories are

also car-like--winkmg mrecuon m

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i'MlSEUM WEEK ACTIVITIES CLOSE TODAY
jwriH HUACAS EXHIBIT, FILM SHOWINGS j

.Activities in eonjuneuon wim nipn

he concluded today at the Panama National museum ai atboh

da Cuba and Thirtieth street.

Members of the National Museum society, wniun uu
nnnsnrinc the observance, announced that the museum will be

f dpen this afternoon to the public from 2 to 6 p.m. During these
t hours, films will be shown, including "La Pollera," depicting the
I music and dances of the peoples of the Interior, and another
I film on the Cuna Indians!
Today will be the last time the collection of gold huacas
f Will be on display to the public.
f Also open today will be the new exhibition hall, inaugurat inaugurat-i
i inaugurat-i ed this week under the auspices of the Museum Society, on Cu-
na Indian culture. A small hut, typical of the tribe, is included
J lit the exhibit, and shows the crude furnishings right down to

f pets and pans.
f Banquet In Colon
,T Henor Cnsul
' The Consul of the Republic of
China in Colon, Jorge Federico
. ''Lee, will be honored at a banquet
this evening at the Strangers Club
'in Colon.
Mr. Lee, who recently was ap appointed
pointed appointed by the Chinese govern government,
ment, government, is a prominent member of
the Chinese colony in Colon. He
has held the chairmanship of the
; Chinese Youth Association and
presently serves as president of
Kuo Mia Tang and secretary of
., the Chinese Society.
He is one of the founders of the
! Colon Retailers Business Chamber
of Commerce, and is a member
?of the executive committee of the
f Overseas Chinese United National
j Salvation Associaton, which main-
tains headquarters la Taipei, Tal Tal-wan,
wan, Tal-wan, China.
' Kansas Travelers Include
Panama On I x tended Teur
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johnson
of Chanute, Kani., left the lath-
', mus yesterday after a two-day
visit in Panama. Their stop here
f was a part of an extended tour of
Central America.
I Mr. Johnson, a newspaper edi editor
tor editor is collecting material from
the trip for a series of articles.
s' American Society Women
I Plan Tuesday Coffee
I Members of the Women's Auxl-
1 liary of the American Society of
Panama will have a coffee meet
j ing Tuesday morning at :30 at
the home of Mrs. Richard Dehlln Dehlln-,
, Dehlln-, ger, Avenida M. M. Icaza.
Plans for the auxiliary's Christ Christmas
mas Christmas party for the students of Es-

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be discussed.
All members are urged to at attend
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ing Joining as well as newcomers to Pa
nama.
College Club Plant
Christmas Tea
The annual Christmas tea of
the Canal Zone College Club will
be held Monday afternoon at 3
p.m. at the Balboa JWB-USO mrs.
J. Bartley Smith will serve as
chairman for the event.
The program which will follow
the tea will feature music by Pfc.
Leo Juffer, concert pianist who
is well-known through Ms appear appearances
ances appearances on the Canal Zone.
All members of the club and
their guests are invited to attend.
Clayton Officers' Wives
To Have Christmas Luncheon ...
The Fort Clayton Officer wives
Club will have a Christmas lunch
eon Tuesday at the Clayton Offi
cers Club. The party, scheduled
for 12:30 p.m., will feature musi
cal entertainment by Mrs. Max
Turner at the organ and Miss Ve
na Bennett, soloist.
Wives of fourth Gun Battalion
officers will be hostesses, with
Mrs. Wendell P. Knowles chair chairman.
man. chairman. All members and guests are
urged to attend.
Reservations should be made by
noon tomorrow with Mrs. John J.
Templeton, 87-4244.
Mrs. Hensler Leaves
Per Holiday Visit
Mrs. F. W. Hensler of Balboa
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left last evening for Washington,
D.C.. where she will spend the
Christmas holidays with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Gene Skapulski, the for
mer Rose Hensler of BalDoa.
B-lrrhday Celebration
la Given Friday
Miss Albertina Arias de Para
was honored Friday on her fif
teenth birthday at a party at her
home in El Cangrejo. A number
of her friends and members of the
family joined the celebration.
Celebrate Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Galindo
of Panama City were the recipi
ents of congratulatory messages
last week on the occasion of tits
wedding anniversary.
(Continued on Pant 7)
ftMM aetlee tor Inclusion In this
column ihoutd be lubroiHed ia
rvae-writtee form tni mailed
the boa aumbet listed daily in 'So
cial and .Otherwise ei delivered
ha.ee1 terhe office. Notices at
meetings cannot be accepted v
teirenoae.
Rebekah Card Party
The Rebekah Club will have its
bi-monthly card party Monday at
12:30 at the win- Memorial, au
members and friends are invited.
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Storybook Romance Has Happy End;
Japan Rejoices for Young Lovers;

TOKYO (UPI)-The world, loves
lovers, and the story book -romance
of Crown prince Akihito
and the pretty commoner he
woced and won bad Japan float floating
ing floating on- rosy cloud today.
The simple, 38-word announcer
ment of Akihito's engagement to
24-year-old Michiko Shuda, shat shattering
tering shattering 2,618 years of tradition,
was a source of joy throughout
the nation.
It created a prospect of Miss
Shoda, the daughter of a wealthy
flour-mill executiV3, becoming the
first? commoner to share Japan's
throne since the world's oldest
reigning dynasty took it over in
860 B.C.
Speculation immed.ately. turned
to a wedding date. The best guess,
4i that it will be no later than
next fall.
Although the' engagement is for
practical purposes a fact, it does doesn't
n't doesn't become off'cial until the par parents
ents parents of the prospective bride and
groom exchange "ift of fish "d
rice wine probably when the

Strayed Minister Makes Good
As Shill At Las Vegas Tables

LAS VEGAS, Nev. Nov. 29 (UPI)
The soft-spoken man in the blue
suit strnlled un to the roulette ta
ble at the Golden Gate Club and
placed two chips on the red.
That, said one oi me casino op
erators, is the Rev. Maurice l.
Tulloch, a shili. He explained ,tnat
a shill's activity is legal here and
consists of gambling at various
games to keep the action lively.
But a Baptist minister?
Tulloch, 50, a preacher for the
past 18 years, has been missing
since Sept. 29 when he disap disappeared
peared disappeared -from a. church seminar at
Hutcheson, Kan., sponsored by
the American Baptist Convention.
He was located here yesterday
and he told this story.
Tulloch, who- at the time of his
disappearance was pastor of the
First Baptist Church of Sabetha,
Kan., said he gave up the minis ministry
try ministry because "all the church peo people
ple people are always harping at other
churches."
Adding to-his decision to get
away from it all, he said, was
a pending divorce action involv involving
ing involving his wife and mother of his
two children.
"I probably In the past preach preached
ed preached against the ills of gambling,"
Tulloch said, "but this job. has
given me the best chance I've ev ever
er ever had to study human nature.
"In that sense, I think this is
one of the most important jobs
I've ever had."
He said he plans to remain
here and will not return to his
family now living Jn Kansas. City.
Tulloch, who attends church ev every
ery every Sunday here,-has been work

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Shodas visit the Imperial Pake
later today.
u is evea possible, although un unlikely
likely unlikely in view of the stiffness of
jpunsse court etiquette, that the
sweethearts may be alone togeth

er at least long enough for a few
whispered endearments .during
the ramily visit.
If they arc, it will be the first
time the 24-year-old prince he
turns 25 Dec. 23has ever v seen
his fiancee alone.
Their courtship was conducted
at tennis matches, or among
Erouos or friends. After .rejecting
his proposal several limes, Miss
Shoda finally 'whispered "yes"
over the telephone. 4
The engaged couple have, cap captured
tured captured the fancy of the Japanese
people because she is one of
them, rather than royalty. And he
had the courage to fight for and fi finally
nally finally win her. Foreign Minister
Aiichiro Fujiyama aid today.it
was "a triumph of youth and
love."
ing at the Golden Gate Club, a
small downtown casino, since
Oct. 3.
Tulloch said he arrived here
with about $20 in his pocket and
decided to seek a shill job when
a waitress in. a' restaurant toid
him one was open.
Casino operators said they had
to teach him how to gamble. They
pay him $48 a week.
Tulloch was married to his
wife, Nellie, for 25 years, They
have a son, Loren, 25, and a
daughter, 19.
Since arriving here he has hir hired
ed hired an attorney who has written
Mrs. Tulloch asking for a divorce
and seeking to give her power of
attorney.
He said he uses his spare time
on research for a text book be
plans to write called "Practical
Thinking for Christian People."
"We're very happy with, him,"
operators of the casino said.
"He's a good shill despite the
fact he's had no experience."
POPE REVISITS SEMINARIES
ROME (TJPI)-Pope John XXin
revisited the Rome seminaries
yesterday where he studied as a
student priest and taught ', as a
professor early in his church ca carreer.
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Some say thry kep this pink hid hidden
den hidden east aj Sum till one loach of
Heyjon brought it out of the ooooon
Into fabulous flight. Seriously, new
'Butterfly. Pink is so radiant,-so
lively that you'll feel you never
really had the joy of wearing pink
before. This .is the color that
crashed .through, fashion like heat heat-lightning
lightning heat-lightning ... in Paris ... In New
York, the designer ; whose
names make news made "Butter "Butterfly
fly "Butterfly Pink" their head-liner. I n
chintt .and prints, in hose and
clotheai Pink's coming ins on the
strong true wave-length you've
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Mown foreign aid spending.

In a letter to the new- congress-

tuvu a niau asiv wyw'
ganda. for fantastic amounts for

Demo ) Senator Seeks To Hoi a Down Foreign j Aid Spending
- WASHINGTQN':V?I) ;V- billion dollars In neW, the current fiscal year,, which ends

man Otto Passman (D -La.) H ministration t plan, to transfer funds for the fore.gn economic and
the Jlouse. Foreign Aid Appropfi- f3,300,000 from .President Eisenr' military aid program next year,
ations subeomittee tried yesterday power's emergency fund to ttw Congress this year appropriated
to rally new members of the 8fl'o budget for the U.S.- cultural ex- 43,300,000,000 for the program n

Longress benind wsyflgnt to now oid at a Moscow fair next sum.;.. 1

men

"Can we as Americans not stop

this monkey business of trying to

foreign aid", in the1 coming ses- judge every little 5 ilem that pops

sion "may equal all the pressures', up ounng the recess o Congress

Reauiem Mass

A requiem mass will be said for reauesta raneinir between 14.200.

tfhe repose of the soul of the nta iOOO.OOO and 4,300,000,000 in the

Air,) Vincent mcranane ai a.m. m(ci

June 30." This total represented a
cut of about 600 million below the
President's request.
The program for next year now
Is under review by the Budget
Bureau. As drafted by the vari various
ous various government agencies involved
tentative plans cali for new casn

you will be subjected to on ail

issues com Diner,-,, s t
-ar hisy lupeats itstlf; he
laid, "Mia propaganda and pres

sures will-, again be unprecede.ii-
ed" -.

In another letter to undersec

retary of State Douglas Dillon,
Passman struck back at Republi Republican
can Republican charges D e m o c r a i s arc

" spenders ana wasters. He said

the Democrtio sweep in the re recent
cent recent elections should show the
voters "are not buying the ad administration's
ministration's administration's propaganda." ,-

He told Dillon specifically he

as an emergency and stop build

ing molehills into mountains?"
He asked Dillon. ;
In obvious reference to the GOP
campaign exchanges, he added:
"At least that shall be my
course and I trust that I shall not
be numbered among the spenders
and wastejs."
Although Passman did not men mention
tion mention the lact in his letter to new
House members, there have been

reports the administration plans
to ask Congress for an increase

Tuesday at St. Paul's Church in

Panama City. Friends and well

wishers are invited.

fiscal year beginning July l.

SENDS' CONDOLENCES

MOSCOW (UP1) U. S. Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador Llewellyn E. Thompson
called' on the Soviet Foreign Mim
istry yesterday to express hl
personal and official condolences
over the death of Deputy Foreign
Minister Georgi Zarub n Thomp Thompson
son Thompson also sent a personal letter to
the widow of the former ambas ambassador
sador ambassador to the United States, Brit.

ain and Canada. Zarubln men

Monday.

iiSentiment Lost,

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wig-caps, pink flowers are burst bursting
ing bursting into- summer bloom, too. ,
such fool-proof flattery (like pink pink-shaded'
shaded' pink-shaded' lights at dinner-for-two).
Whether you cherish a tan or stay
dazzling fair, this pinkest of pinks
is powerfully pretty-making. Ver
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a new nuance of tone when you
wear it with anv of Summer's h'h
fashion costume., rtones .white,
salad-green, shrimp, butterscotch...
and cool citv black. Reach out and
catch "Butterfly Pink" .you
mieht catch m- "tan you

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Mrs, Brewder, Is Hostess
For' $tudy Croup Meeting
Mrs.f E. M. Browder Jr. will be
hostess at a meeting, of. the
Wednesday morning study, grouo,
of the Canal Zone College Club f t
9:30; a.m. Wednesday.

Mrs. James R. O'Rorke will

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Mr. 'and Mrs. Cardota ?
i Entertain For Visiters

I Mr. and Mrs. George Cardoze
i weri.. hosts,, at a cocktarl party W

.the Panama Golf Club honoring

r..;and Mrs. J."'Q. McDonald,

who are visiting? n the ..Isthmus......

. A number of distinguised guests
wete. issued invitations to the af-
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Flower Arraroement Class
Faaturas Holiday Decorations
The Flower Arrangement class
will meet for the final session
Monday morning at 9:30 at the
Balboa .YMCA-USO. The subject
foi.fhev meeting will be "Christ "Christmas
mas "Christmas Arrangements.
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An extra feature will be a dem demonstration
onstration demonstration on making corsages' by
'Mrs.' Pat 'Morgan, instructor ior
claaaes,. Plans for the flower show
to be held Dec. 8 will be complet-
" ed af tomorrow's session.
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Doc Drink, Dim, Dane
t Thr824th meeting -of the Medi Medi-cal
cal Medi-cal Association of the Isthmian
Canal Zone will be a social event
k at; the Ft. Amador-Officers' Open
; Mess next Saturday. -J
1 Cocktails from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.,
: dfnner at 9 and dancing to Luctw
Reservations are not necessary,

and all tickets .will be sold at the

' doorr Dr. "Willett.in charge.

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TJnconfirmed (CFl),.-TJnconfirmed reports here said to today
day today large quantities' ; of i Soviet

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Meetings Nightly
Dec. 3 9 at 1:00 P.M.
Subjects
Dec. 3 Preach the Word.
Dec. 4 Can we understand the
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Dec. 5 Salvation is by faith.
Dec. A One Baptism.
Dec. 7 Morning The pro prophecy
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Dec. 9 What must X do with
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musei n.
Dobronyl apparently figur d it
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Bfehnan never stops looking ahead. Now he gives Quarter Quarterback
back Quarterback George Izo a somewhat different pass to be used against
Southern California in the Los Angeles Coliseum. Nov. 29.
Four New Coaches On UPI
Basketball Rating Board

NEW WORK -(UPD-Four new
coaches will serve on the 195" 59
United-J?resS International Bt' v
ball Cba'ches' KaHiig Board, ftu, it
will begin rating the nation's col col-leeiate
leeiate col-leeiate basketball teams weekly

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Saturiiday, Dec. 6.
As in the past, five outstanding
coaches from each of the seven
sections of the country will make
up the board. Their weekly rat ratings
ings ratings during the season have be become
come become recognized generally as the the-most
most the-most authoritative in college bas basketball.
ketball. basketball. The new board members are
John Manning of Duquesne, Joe
Lapchick of St. John's, John Bn Bn-ningtoa
ningtoa Bn-ningtoa of St. Louis University
and Fred Schaus of West Virginia,
named the nation's top basketball
', team last season by the UPI
CoaAes board.
' Manning succeeds Dudley
Moore, who went to LaSalle; Lap Lapchick
chick Lapchick takes over for Howard
Cafln, who retired as coach of
$?ew York University; Bennington
teplaces Eddie Hickey, who went
to -Marquette; and Schaus will
ftferve in place of Peck Hickman
$f Louisville, who has been ele elevated
vated elevated to the athletic directorship
(if 'that university.
(The first of the 1958-59 season
jrtinas will be released to after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, newspapers of Tuesday, Dec.
. ti
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.Tnhn .1 (Tana) fiallaphpr Niaff-
ara;f Alvin (Doggie) Julian, Dart"
mouth; ijfoe Lapchick, St. John's;
John Manning. Duauesne: Alex
Severanc, Villanova.
. Midlands
.Inhn' Rennlnptnn St T. o 11 i s:
Dick Harp, Kansas; H. 0. (Hank)
Iba, Oklahoma State; Doyle Par Par-rack,
rack, Par-rack, Oklahoma; Wilbur N.
(Sparky) Scalcup, Missouri.
Midwtst
Forrest Anderson, Michigan
State; Tom Blackburn, Dayton;
Osborne (Ozzie) Cowles, Minne
sota: John J. Jordan, Notre
Dame; Branch McCracken, Indi
ana.
Pacific Coast
William (Tippy) Dye, Washing Washington;
ton; Washington; A. T. (Slats) Gill, Oregon
State; Pete Newell, California;
Forrest Twogood, Southern Cali California;
fornia; California; Phil. Woolpert, San Fran Francisco.
cisco. Francisco. Recki
Hoyt Brawner; Denver; Jack
Gardner. Utah: Everett F. Shel-
ton, Wyoming; Russell Walseth,
Colorado; Stan Watts, Bngham
Young.
South
Everett N, Case-,ijforth Carolina
State: Fran McGulre. North Car
olina; Adolph- Rupo, Kentucky;
Frtd Scfcaos, West Virginia; Cliff
Wells. Tulane.
Southwest
Fred Enke, Arizona; E.O. (Doc)
Hayes, Southern Methodist; R. E.
(Bill) Henderson, Baylor; Polk
Robinson, Texas Tech; Bobby
Rogers, Texas A. a M.
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The Panama Profesalonal
League has its first daylifht
game of the season set for
o'clock this aorninf whon the
chamsiBB Carta Vlefa Yan Yankees
kees Yankees rte with the Marlboro
mokast,
Jim Umbricht, the giant
righthander who was the los losing
ing losing hurler in the opener which
the Smokers won 4-1, Is man manager
ager manager Billy Shants' pick as the
Yankees go in quest of their
first victory.
Righthander Jose Llzondro,
or lefthander Bob Milo will
open on the bill for the Smok Smokers.
ers. Smokers.
Today's contest had been
originally 'scheduled for this
afternoon at 3 o'clock, bat
league officials decided on the
change In the hope of getting
the game played before possi possible
ble possible afternoon showers. t.-
Horse racing, fans who are
also baseball addiets wfil be

uic u vm
since the first race goes to the
nost at 1 rt.m.
Both the Smokers and the
Yankees nlan to import addi additional
tional additional olayers to complete
thefr rosters.
Marlboro has announced the
sirninr of lnfielder Curt Hard Hard-wav.
wav. Hard-wav. Tlenvr. Class AAA Amrr Amrr-icn
icn Amrr-icn Association, and are net; net;-ntiatlnr
ntiatlnr net;-ntiatlnr for ? pitcher and out out-fieMer,
fieMer, out-fieMer, both from the high ml ml-norsi
norsi ml-norsi Carta Viia has received
permission from th National
Associa tion to contract Insid Insider
er Insider On- Freese. a former Pitts Pitts-burrh
burrh Pitts-burrh Pirat who piaved for
MoW'. ri"i A A Southern As Association,
sociation, Association, this year.
Sykes, Bourne
Return Match
On Tap Tonight
Bantamweight champion Ed Edwin
win Edwin Sykes -and former
pound king Melvin Bourne will
weigh in at 11 a.m. today for a
10-round, 123-pound return
match at the Colon Arena to-:night.-
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Bourne decisioned Sykes in a-ten-rounder
at the Olympic
Stadium several months ago in
the pair's first meeting.
In that battle the cagey ex ex-champion
champion ex-champion forced Sykes to;
fight in close most of the way,
a strategy WhiCh had the
youngster so perplexed that
he was wholly ineffective.
Sykes, who has always had
trouble when fighting: inside,
has been working hard to cor
rect this defect and his hand handlers
lers handlers claim that he will uc
cessfully overcome Bourne's
tactics this time.
In tonight's six-round semi semifinal
final semifinal Arturo (Pantillita) Smith
tangles with Valentin Brown
at a weight limit of 128 ppunds.
David Wright swans punches
with veteran Kid Chocolate II
in a four-round prelim at 128
pounds; and In the curtain
raiser also set 'or four heats,
Jose Terer. tackles Carlos Ti Tires,
res, Tires, at 126 nounds.
General admission is $1.
TODAf ENCANTO 35 t 20
Gregory peck m
THE BRAVADOS"
In ClnernaScopei ,qolorl
Gene Raymond In
"PLUNDER ROAD"
tilfki Center Theatres
1 TODAY
BALBOA Air Conditioned
1:30 3:59 6:1 8:36
Leslie Carpn
v, Maurice Chevalier
"GIOI"
in Cinemascope & Color!
COCO SOLO 2:38 7:00
Sophia Loren
Anthony'Perkins
"Desire Under The Elms"
Adult!
DIABLO UTS. 7:08
Paul Newman Lita Milan
THE LEFT HANDED GUN"
GAMBOA 7J8I
James Garnet.' :
Etchlks Chourean
"DARBY'S RANGERS"
GATUN jV 7j86
Clint Walker : ; :
Virginia Mayo
"FORT DOBBS"
MARGARITA .1:36. 7:66
Tom Ewell Mickey Rooney
"A NICE LITTLE BANK"
(That Should Bt, Robbed)
In ClnemaPk'opf;
PARAISO 7:06
Fess Parker
"Westward Ho The Wagons"
in Cinemascope & Color!
SANTA CRUZ
Alan Ladd In
'THE DEEP SIX"
7:09
CAMP BIERD 7:66
Ray Milland Mary Murphy
"A MAN ALONK"
' In Cplorl i

Ilong JCong C

Tops 1 TomoiToVs r Prograni

At Traqk;Bacaricif6:W

thorourhbredK vn mbk sMitn
in the featured 81000 Hong Kong
unamoer ta : commerce handi handicap
cap handicap this, afternoon, at the Pres President
ident President Remon race track. .
The wtry. of Vespuclo and
Neeful are the probable, mutuels
favorites hut they are sure-to-be
DUShed bv DelVeelnn nnrl Amah
Priday Amah was second to Dou-
veevpy anose wrme. iJei ye ye-clno
clno ye-clno was third only three-quar-
Kn.oi leno-T.n, naoir nth Nu.
ful fourth' another threeHquar-
wis ui a iengm oenino. :
Also whertnlprt tn
Six furlnne- rinch in iii.ni,rfn
Lark and Dag6n all of which
apfnr io oe nopeiessiy outclass-
Th PffinrtoMr nttvSnMn
the card is a one mll cr.iinn fnr
second ; series imported horses
In Which MichmiT aTabi-ot
nlk,. Raeazza: Al Justn. .oinn
and Playboy will mftteb strides
naicnaTO u rresri from three
straight vfotvvM u.
last only last Ittday. Alcaras Js
viui jiiuay. AicarsT. la
also winner of his last start
tim of two mishaps his last two
times out.
Yesterday Bacanclto outsnrlnt outsnrlnt-ed
ed outsnrlnt-ed HOstl)rado, set a sizzling
Dace and msrto nsm w
" win winner
ner winner in the $looo main even for
Jlrst series lmrjortert thoroueh thoroueh-breds.
breds. thoroueh-breds. ostlgador finished ttame-
lu wDif oniv tnree-ouartfers
of a length -rnhdo nutj.
S2SSd uo,thIr-d' bo rth and
smbassv last.
Bacanclto wn tMHn
pille in 1:41 25 and returned $7
to win and .3Jn nlace. Alvarez
also won with Homan to share
Wrime hOrOM wih 3rist Tola.
vera. Aw ado Crfriirfln oti
anrtro Tcaa with two victories
'ach. Lsartlno' lrulrnv
ae'a. brelv urnrnA urlfK Tnf..
jnrHon tn Wrevent himself being
Emilv Marv's $13.40 win divid divided
ed divided KM the (iav'.i Kct nh.
an Toado an BucalemHo in
ine .temp race. Newcomer Suns
ue paid $13 to wlft in her first

ByOSCARAFRALEYy

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MEXICO CITY fUPIU-Tn th
davi wh.n them ia a.' ahnrtaoa nf
box fighters, promoters could do
worse man aire a nerce, scowl scowling
ing scowling young man named Toluco- La-
uei out nr tna n an niarcsn nnn.
try of Mexico and onto the ad-
Tnllirn U th hintamnalsiit
champion of Mexico. He is just
as fierce as he looks and he
fitthts With all the ahanHnn nf
of his Indian ancestors carving
up a conquistador,
The only trouble is that Lobez
won't lure.
Broad ,- shouldered young To-
luco. who ia fiffiirnii hv lha t,.
tec Calendar to be somewhere In
nis ariy zu s. nates the united
States. Or inv other ntae Ypnt
the bafren. hich nlatoan pnnnti-v
inhabited by his Otomi tribe.
Those other places have no .tof .tof-tillas,
tillas, .tof-tillas, They have no enchfflada.
They, have no guitar music and
no mariachi bandi. And
have no pulaue.
' Most of all no pulque.
Deadly Prinking Delicacy
Thi deadly drinlrintf rilieaev
made; from the juice of the ma maguey,
guey, maguey, cactus and it, figures largely
ia everv trial and all th tK..i.
tioni of the Otomis in general and
Toluco. in particular. It is the rea-
sonv actuaUy, that he began to
gbt. ,:
Seems that Toluco'a mnth.r An.
ted on an occasional drop of the
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1 bEATNiKSl-Jj.rry Malarevichleft, and Trank'Lugossyr
Rutgers' sophomore quarterbacks, practice calling signals witltl
a metronom knackinr OH 92 beat a tier minute. Annaraltia 1

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of X Handicap

local slarC She. was one oKyca oKyca-?a's
?a's oKyca-?a's two winners. K' s
THE
DIVIDENDS:
First Race
1 Ml Locura $10.80, 12.60
a Pangal $2.20
Second Race -'
1 Nedrey $3.80, $2.60 v ;
2 Recife $5.40
First Double: $20.20 :
Third Race : ;
1 Sunsque $13.00, $6.40
.2 Eros $4.80 v ;
One-Two: $490. 1.
Fourth Race
1 Aldar $4.60, $30-
2 Joyero $5.80
Quiniela $3U0
. Fifth Race
1 Pllluelo $8.80, $3.00
2 Silver Sun $3.00
. Sixth Race
1 Marlett $3.60, $2.60
2 Granadero $3.20
Seventh Raee
1 Bacanclto $7.00, $3.80
2 Hostigador $2.80
. Second Double r $12.00
Eighth Race
1 Introduction $3.80, $2.20
2 Jump Quick $2.40
Quiniela: $6.60
Ninth Race
1 Homan $4.80, $2.60
2 Tatin $2.60
One-Two.v $13.60
Tenth Race
1 Emily Mary $13.40, $3.40
2 Sucalemito $2.60
Eleventh Race
1 Behader $4.60. $3.20
2 Julio Verne $5.20
RACING MEETING
San Franpis-o (NRil rht
Throughbred Racing Associations,
Inc. will hold its annual meeting
in ban Francisco, Dec. 1-4.
ANOTHER GUZIK
Pittsburgh (NEA) John Guzik
will be succeeded as a Pittsburgh
guard1 next fall by his younger
brother, Bob.
YALE REPEATS
New Haven. Conn (NEA V Yale
announced its nine game football
eAViMli.lM fn- men Tt .u . .
as this season's.
era thru, a cross between Mlssou
n mule and narnlina mm mitt,
hit,, of nitroglycerin idded, vhen
was oareiy oia enougn to rush
the growler.
The local rharantor. toIia k.
thirst but no pesos, tried to in-
tercent Toluen Afi Kt Ufflv fn tna
pulqueria and relieve him of the
few centavos he was clutchinc tn
his hot little fist. When the little
iopez iaa tougnt back, it felt as
if he was packing a whole roll of
dimes in his grubby paw.
He Still has that nnnrh And k.
still visits the pulqueria.
Barnes ki Pulouo
A While hack he danUinnaJ Oil.
- uvb.u.uiibu JI1-
ly Peacock at Tia Juana and thev
u.... . . .. .
iwwu reraaicrco 10 uent tn ista
Angeles. When it came time to
catch the plane, Toluco was miss
ing. His manager rushed hurried hurriedly
ly hurriedly to Toluco's villaee and there
found his eladiatnr taVina h.th
Ma a pulqueria and in a barrel
or pulque.
Toluco would, submerge to his
neck, then, giggUng like a high
scnooi iresnman diiririner fnr on
plea at the senior prom, would
suDmerge himself completely
They finally bailed him out. blot
ted off the nnlnna th.v J Alt 11
t miv VVUIU
reach and rushed him to Los An-
geies.
xnere aesmte the-inevUahi
mosis in the barrel. Tolnon flat
ienea feacoci: cruicker than vnn
ca jcarn io speii, pulque.
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Birdie Says :
ItVas Close

MILWAtTKEE,' Wis, (NEA) "-i.
With the spot ne'i m as v MU MU-waukee
waukee MU-waukee Braves' executive these
are- jolly day for Birdie. Tebbettt.
Before luncheon and dinner au
drences. Ibe one time American
League catcher insists that be did
udeed up and resign as manager
of the Cincinnati Reds. 4
, "It was- clos,' howver,";BiiFdie
grins. I mean: between quitting
ana getting area."
Field & Stream
BREED LESS- IMPORTANT
THAN QUALITIES
, By JOE STETSON
. Dog Editor
A MAN does a' lot Of duck hunt
ing in heavy cover and cold wa
ter. r
He Is planning to get a dog and
is considering a Labrador, golden
retriever, ijrisir water spaniel,
Chesapeake or springer. Which,
This writer mleht look farther
ana consider the Hat-coated and
curiy -coated retrievers and. ner-i
naps,- ur ne a uko to inciuae some
pointing with the duck '' retriev
ing, a setter or one of thea long
or w)re-coated German Pointing
breeds: If the emphasis Is on the
coia, me wugn cover ; and diffl
cult water, he'd better 'stick to
We six retriever breeds, which
are specialists. ..
The breed is less imnortant fhan
the qualities and qualifications of
U1C UlUlVdUUiU QOg.
The doc's xoundnesa temn
ment. Bose inclination tn vwnrlr
over, land and in .water
I : wwflui
lna memory aaa up to tne poten-
uai oi me aog. An individual wit&
the .'desirable aualitiex man h
iouna in any one of the breeds
menuonea ana, you can be sure,
there are less capable representa representatives
tives representatives in all of menu
Oualitv and nnantitv nf mfu..
tial and fittpnt nf froininn nen.
tally influence price. Beyond this
remain oniy our personal prefer preferences
ences preferences based upon color, what we
have had in the nast nr mk nth.
, v r 'J MWW W"l
er factors as inlluence our per
sonal preference.
Shorthair Woim
drahthaar or wire haired pointing
eriffon: Rncrliah nntntar frnolitv.
Irish or Gordon setter; springer
or i-ocxer spaniel; lox, Welsh or
Lakeland terrier; beagle or bas basset:
set: basset: and SO on one nf inv hraorl
in a group that suits you can be
ioe nest cnoice.

The Exciting Adventures Of Two Little Runaways!
"ESCAPE IN JAPAN"
THURSDAY. AT THE BELLA VISTA

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A new and utterly enchanting vision of
the Orient comes to life on the. screen in ;
RKO's "ESCAPADE IN JAPAN," which tpens
on Thursday at 'the Bella, Vista Theatre.
Filmed In Tadlant, almost stereoscopic Tech Tech-nlrama
nlrama Tech-nlrama Technicolor,, the picture's scenic
beauty might overshadow Its drams were It
not for the wonderful adventure story enact...
ed by Japanese as well as American perform
ers.
Cameron Mitchell and Academy Award
winner Teresa Wright are starred while sev
en-year-old Jon Provost and young : Roger
Nakagawa have co-starring roles. Mitchell
appears as a U.S. Embassy attache In Tokyo,
Miss Wright has the role1 of his estranged
wife. When the excitement begins they a
wait the arrival by plane of her little boy.
- Blue-eyed, tow-headed. Mastef provost por-

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Football

By RUSS GREEN
: PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 29 (UPI)
Once-tied Army completed an un
beaten season today by spotting
arch rivgl Navy an. opening-min
utes, touchdown and roaring: back
with battering Bob Anderson and
end JJon usry for, a 22-6 victory
Dtfore a stuyering' crowd- Of 102, 102,-000.
000. 102,-000. A
The 198-pound Anderson! a bat
tering jam from. Cocoao, Flam,
repped over from the one foot
line in, tne waning seconds of the
second penod for a touchdown
ana men- tauiea aeaui early in
the- final period on .a two yard
piunge. -
usry closed favored army's scor.
ing .by intercepting a Joseph
Trancluni pass in the flat and rac racing
ing racing 38 yards across the coal1 line
with two minutes of play remain remaining.
ing. remaining. Petr-Dawkms "passed to An Anderson
derson Anderson for the 'two extra points.
Harry Wsltes bad kicked an ex
tra point after each of Anderson's
touchdowns. 1
Naw bad its moment of etorv
In the 59th renewal of the inter-
service classic early up the f u-st
period, capitalizing on a West
Point fumble by Pete Dawkins
on the opening kickoff for its lone
score. 4 j 1 'i
George Fritzinxer recovered the
fumble on the Army 35 and the
Middies roiled across the coal line
ut a series of plays featuring Tran-
cmni s passing.
Tranchmi set uo the socra bv
tossing 13 yards to John Kanuch
to. the Army three. Joe ; Balhno
then oarried over Vguard'for the
toucnaown.
The-.triumph was Army's first
since 1955 and gate the fst
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CAfl FILL YOUR NEEDS!

trays; the youngster. But the lad's plane Is
lost In the Pacific arid Jon, the lone survivor
is saved by a Japanese fisherman. The Na Nakagawa
kagawa Nakagawa boy, who speaks enough English to
act as interpreter.' plays the fisherman's son
bat new, comes another kind of suspense.
Propelled by a childish fear of police, the
two kids head -for, distant Tokyo alone., Bl Blinding
inding Blinding police at every torn, the "lost" kids
travel through Kyotom city of historic
shrines and crowded thoroughfares. Kyoto's
charming Geisha girls and I scores of school- v
children become Involved in the fantastic
chase; until the little fugitives reach beauti beautiful
ful beautiful Nara, K
. Don't miss hht human and sentimental
production of RKO, distributed by Rank Rank-Films
Films Rank-Films which opens on Thursday at the Bel.
la Vista Theatre.
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VICTORIA

ZSt. 20c.
' THE LINEUP
with Robert Kelt.
Also:
' RETttRN TO" T!i
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25c, t 15c.
1H1IKPEK,.
; SOlD '
with Robert Mitchum
' Also: V
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phll Carey ,

Results,

pointers --a .30-24 edge, over -Navy
in the storied series between the
teams. .
CLIJMSON, S. C.,'1 Nov, 20
(UPI)---' Clemson smashed out va
300 halftime lead over Furmaa
today, weathered the purple hurri hurricane's
cane's hurricane's second-half nassina attack
for ; a 36-19 victory, and then ac
cepted an invitation to meet the'
nauon's No, 1 ; team,- Louisiana
State Universityin the Sugar Bowl
at New Orleans Jan. 1, 4
ATHENS. 'Ga.r Nov rTTPTU-
Fred Brown and fullback Theon
Sapp tore 'up Georgia Tech'r line
today and forgotten Georgia up.
set the Engineers 16-3 before so
000 chilly fans. ;
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DALLAS, Tex.; Nov. 29 (UPI)
Dazzlinc' Don Meredith fi mired
in all three1 touchdowns today- as
ooumernj Metnodist made a futile
bid for a Sugar. Bowl with a stun
ning 30-13 upset over cotton hnwl.
bound Texas Christian before a' a'-frenziea;
frenziea; a'-frenziea; crowd of 49,000. .
JACKSONVILLE Fla ''Km ia
(UPI-- The. University nf FWid
football squad voted unanimously-
vw Kcvtspi : a viator cowl ma (after
defeating Miami, 12-9 today; and
coach Bob Woodruff r signed ,th
bowl contract on the Florida bench.
, Florida will play an oponneent ex
pected to be selected later to today.
day. today. It may be the University of
Mississippi.
CHARLESTON, S.C., Nov. 29 i i-(UPI)
(UPI) i-(UPI) Quarterback Pd Hino and
end Bill Smythe teamed up on slick
pass plays to spark Oeorge Wash Washington
ington Washington to a 20-14 victory over
the Citadel.
AMERICAN
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TB SUNDAX AMEBIC AN
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iBuchholz-Cooper In Finals
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CHICAGO NEA. ) Joe ?Wil ?Wil-man,
man, ?Wil-man, w- discussing the screwier
tvles and attitudes in bowling.-.

.More instructional aeries a a d

books have been written on bowl bowling
ing bowling than any, other game, lai-.no
other .snort have so many .lessons

and e shi'oitfons i been- given : Yet

in no other game nave me mave mave-rlcks'
rlcks' mave-rlcks' done better. A good 5 share
of the superior scorers and any anything
thing anything but picture oowlers.
Bui Fazio's idiosyncrasy amus

es the formful Wilman most ''F-

W has an an. ent beat up bell he
tall Old iBetsv.'f say s the 52-

vear-bld veteran of 40 years of

bowling. "Every tim Buzj goes
into a slump, he changes to' his
lumpy, scarred, relic for e game
or4wo.;This neve fails to bring
him back to Ws gme
Pon Carter makes $40,000 a
yeajr out of bowling do;n every everything'
thing' everything' wrongs He bends his richt
elbow-sharply instead of holding
it, straight, Jri order to release
the ball close to the floor instead
. of bouncing it; he stoop wert o
far vrcontemooraries- call him
Ciin-on-the-Floor Ca Don ws
Just voted the outstanding with
previous "winner Stan, W"sial, -a
baseball plaver whom cthey at
first-aid didn't know how to
stan4'1n ihe battfj'a box. ..

' CHANCf S AM GOOD THAT

Carter, the defending champKE,.Bluth, seventh in 1957,J' doesn't cen

will ct sur agauj wuec tne una

hour of the World's Invitations.
Match Game Cnampioiighip Ji'our Ji'our-namenl
namenl Ji'our-namenl iU Chicago goes. out over
full national television -"d radic
networks, starting at 10 p.m. 6e

Friday, Dec. 12. A siga of thtt

time? ts th r the keglefs replace
the usual fight' program for the
second straight fear. The reasor
is obvious. There aiT an estima.
ed 22 million bowlers in the UnJ UnJ-ed;
ed; UnJ-ed; States. When the World fiPai
was offered a year ago,' a ratio!
service' said there wert 22 million
watchers and listeners. The firinj
begins Dec. 3. :: "
. Carter's final ,. round opponent

could be Johnny King of Chicago,

fourth last year, king:' won t w1
without a cigar in his mouth. The
fire marshal won't let him
it,' but his SooJ 'ick token
brought him a 300 game- good for
$10,000 bonus a a TV series i
Lou Campi, the indestructible
Dumont, N. J., vete.'sn who was
fifth last year,.' lets the. ball
right-handed -with, his right for
forward; an offbeat practice ac acquired
quired acquired playing voce! in his native
Italy. .
DICK HOOVCR" sixth last trip,
is like Ryne Duren of the Yan Yankees.
kees. Yankees. Th handsome yams; mart
out of Akron, O ha no nouk.
hut what fast nail They keep'
his score with a seismoeraph. Kay

King s Point Could Be
4thBig Seivice Team
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By HARll ORAYSON
NEwikpKEA)Fraiik tea tea-hy
hy tea-hy started it & ''Have yoB seen
Harry Wright's-team?; V fe M M-ter
ter M-ter wantedtto know- iW,wee Hit Hitting
ting Hitting in the pleasant confines of. the
New York Athletie Clahi 4)tahe
subject intrigued us enough to ha hazard
zard hazard a trip to l.on Isandi where
Wright operates at ,f;4he United
States Mfcfchahf- Marine Academy
these &y;WpS:v;$: :
Harry Ih'e' potse : Wright, f or the
newcomers; '.was rLeahy's if 4 1
vurterback at No re Dame in 19-.
41. When Leahy went along with
the maas switch to the modern T
with man in motion in '42, Angelo
Bertelli lined up behind the cen center
ter center and Wright', the ND box block
er, continued o call signals from
a guard position:

From Notre Dame, Wright -mov-

ea 10 Aquinas nign, a scuuuiuuy
powerhouse in Rochester. There
vas a VJef Interlude1 at Portland,

Or., 'University "and "then five
years with Wally Butts at Georgia,
i Here is a fellow .whose affilia affiliations
tions affiliations always have been -with high-

,'issure footballMPNow,; Wright

works with 17 and 18-year-old kids
at the Merchant Marine Academy

and like all coaches stepping down
out of the win-or else group he
seems to be enjoying It immense-
ly. ';;, ; -.,. 7 '" -s

Kings 0''fis;,3tfe;stjtiatidtf."jdii;i

it 9 rvxvrraejVA'yncX aws-1 -svnie
Great;-iJNek!t'j owflnsdwbni
just' onev1glmiand,that;;b only
gneoihtfS''.tree'ye'ri;;
at&;i'MHi'in0f-'-W;
FostlceUlJp!cdrWagnr;'
RochesteF,7Upsall,Unioh; tfenoi
StattJinct .Hprstf athe Mariners
had bot copned -decision in two
campaign Under' height this au au-tumnsthe:
tumnsthe: au-tumnsthe: .won :iv of the first

it weahWiV pWuriftg .Wrlsht.

er the ball at' address. The "aU

Louts sharpshooter holds it to the
right, pushes it farther in that di direction
rection direction as he Starts Hisj steps.
Most bowlers bold tn ball witk
the' thumb straight- .Up or nearly

so. bui uuara's is at tne wee o

clock : position.The Tesultaftt f fin-.

gex,. wnst and arm acuon puts
tremendous stuff on' the ball. The

pins looked like they wer in a

mixmaster as the 'Chlcagoan be

came bowlerrf-the'year'in 1956:

When Steve Nagy lets go, i the

ball travels a couple of feet ne

'ore it hits the lane. When the St.

Louis strongman has' a string of

tnkes going, he speeds up his
delivery. .throws the ball farther

each time. He'a been accused of

making a strike on the first

Souncci He finished lUh in the

128-man field after the 10-day.

100-game grind of last year

who-auwdi t jofyitig about .fbaft .pbwer;

such as Auburn am Georgia Tech

while dialling hand-picked mater

ial, teaching counter plays to

youngsters who came to school
with some hing more than football
in mindl It seemed strange "o hear

him say that he .was worried about
Hofstra,: against hich Kings Point

completes its most successful sea
son iri 13 -on, Novi 26. 1

;: Wright Promises', to turn Kings

Pota' enrollment 740 in 6 one of
thejjmorettractiyej so called small

coneges.nine nauon ior- scnqoi scnqoi-boy
boy scnqoi-boy football talent. The Academy
graduates young1 men with a bach bachelor
elor bachelor of science degre the rank
of ensign in the Naval Reserve
and as a third officer in the merch

ant marine at $10,000 a year.

Wright retired from coaching to
sell insurance' around his Hemp Hempstead,
stead, Hempstead, .Long Island, home but when
the Kings Point opening bobbed
up he looked, irjto the situation and
tou!jShV belieVe ;his eyest
"He gave us ideas, too," says
Cmdr. James W. Lieber'z, head of
the sdepartmentf of Physical Train Training
ing Training and Athletics. ;r"'Just as In, the
cases of the other service acade academies,
mies, academies, this place, has to be sold.','
The Merchant Marine Academy
could be one of those football
sleepers which was lying around
waiting for somebody to pick' it
up. .-'.,'

:ir;.yMwrfgw;hrenlMj''for;ims:
giflataf6ptbalr,S saysiFranfcl'

ahy.;;To ..bacfc, .this opinion, the
Mastetiiire Wrigfif.ss1 tr kssist-,
ant befort doctors told Mm ;h.e
could no'6 icc.ept thi spot; af Texas'
ndUS'' ; j
; Given a little Ome mider Harry
Wrighf,5King$ Point could be 1 -a
its-tla ssi andlooking for
bigger' game.'".- ; ."
The-Air Force Academy came
on rapidly, plays ; Army in 1959,
Navy in '60. The set-up is there
for tne Merchant' Marine Acadiet

my tp be the fourth; big service

; DCIK WEBER IS THE SECiND

smallest man in the tourparoe,"i
at 118 pounds. Weber, 16th, in '57,
almost ripped off a thumb in an

all-star tournament a few years

back, so devied a bowling glove,

.Stan Gifford varies his number

of stpps, is impatient with spares.
The Mighty Mouse takes his ball
off the rack, wheels, throws with

out aiming. Leer Jouglard takes 0

ly three teps instead of the cus customary
tomary customary four or five.-Tony Sparan Sparan-do
do Sparan-do takes a preliminary swing, the

.old-fashioned windup, before start

ing his steps.
Earl Johnson starts fcr to the

.left,.' throws a wide looper that

starts tor tne in pin ueiore cjr cjr-.cling
.cling cjr-.cling back into the pocket. Hank

Lauman stars at the center, oui
moves to the Tight a foot or more
before: releasing the ball instead
of making a straight run.
In baseball and 'golf, the only
thing that matters is that way the
bat or clubread comes into the
ball. In bowling, th only thing
that counts is the way the ball
vcomes into the pins.

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St. Louis Hawks
Opening Up Good
Lead In Cage Loop
Whether it's new coach Ed

MacAuley, or just the old scoring
punch of Bob Pettit, the St. Louis
.Hawks,' now are openiug up a
siToahlP lead in the Western Div

ision of the National Basketball
Association. ...
The Hawks came through with
their fourth victory in five starts
under MacAuley when they
whipped he Syracuse Nats,. .107 .107-98,
98, .107-98, ,in St.,;Louis ; Thursday. And
lMHinff the way was Pettit with

42 points, one night after
scoring 31. . .
-With the, bthr Western teams

idler on the holiday, the Hawks

now nora a inree-game ieaa over
second-place Detroit.
In. the. only -other game played
Thursday, the Boston Celtics led
most of e way i to eat the

Philadelphia r Warnors,, 107-90, in
Thiladelpliiaf nd; iowt .tVilvthe

aastero v jijvision ; leaums w
Yqrk ,Knlcksrby jus a gaffia and
a Thaft; Bob Cousy led the. wlt
wtb 81 points -, while Woody.
Sauldsberry .had 25; for the Warriors'.-
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: .. voices choice : ;
' Waco, Tex. (S'EA)--Larry Hick Hickman,
man, Hickman, Baylor fullback, wnhts to
nteyr professionaV-foo'ball in a ci city
ty city where he ca.ncpntjnue voice
studies. ".

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SYDNEY, Australia (UPI) t.aharp" by competing in the men'stbrough the years, agreed thkt
I n...a.l.Al a-k. kaAlrAil itni Klfta final Pnfttt anrl tv ul Riifhhf itiatinH,,i hve omiMA,lr

youngster from St. Louis, had ajLaver were beaten by their coun-l While Buchbolz Mar ba Jwoa.
day off yesterday in the Newitrymen, Mai Anderson and N die rising, the other i'Amncan olny ..

South Wales Tennis cnampionsnips,'rraser, 3-7, -7, e-a, 0-4. ineuna era; nave conunuea 10 aisappmnx ;r
awaiting his "big" match to-iLong and Mary Hawton, veterauiwith the exception of Alex 01-;.

Aussie stars, won tne women s nieuo. carry macKay, me-Mg-y
doubles crown by defeating incjraw boned hitter from Dayton;
South'- African feam of B eoe 'Ohio, who -caused such ..:auUr a
Schuurman and Sandra Reynold, i her in the 1957 Davis Cup hl.

9-7, B-14,7-5. jenge rouna, oowed out'or;lhit
u m 1. u .i.- 1 Journey in an early round,-4vinle
Thre Aare- fewbere who think Hani yRichafdson he
Buchhols xan beat Cooper, but noiSCnolai. frora M t Va 'nd
9..5f Emeon Awlfrom Los Angeles, were eUaunat-

wo. ""'""' ,ed from the doub es competftfbn
ani Emerson is ijplayer of wide. Dy c ad Laver

day with Wimbledon champion
champion Ashley Cooper in the
men's singles final.

The 18 year-old "wluV kid" orig

inally was scheduled to mee'
Aussie champion Marty-' Mulligan
Friday in a junior division singles

semi-final match, but withdrew

Thufsday following his upset vie
tory over Roy Emerson in the

men's singles semi-finals.

While Buchholt.'the "big sur surprise"
prise" surprise" of the tourney, took advn
taee of the layoff to rest for his

Saturday match, Cooper "stayed

DOUBLE PLAYv-The "legal limit for channel bass in North
Carolina is two daily. Which is fine with Harry Green of Norr
folk, V., who came up with two of the .biggest available
fishing on the outer banks of the Island of Hatteras off Buxton.

Swimming Meet

At El Panama
Pool Today

international experience.

While Buchholz? chances appear
slim on the surfact,,he has ir.o e
than justified his selotion to the
U.S. Davis Cup sqiiad. PicktJ to
make the trip strtctly to gain ex
pcrieflce, the ,U.!j junior cham champion
pion champion has displayed championship
form in the eyes 'of the discrimi

natmg Aussie fans

A Lew Hoad in the making"

on expert proclaimed, while a

number of other Ai!ssie observers.

who have watched a procession of

American stars come oer here

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MARGARITA LEAGUE 1
Ttnlh Week
By losing four points to the Po Police
lice Police Assn. the Voice of Music Five1
still remained in first place. They
were without their Captain, H.
DeVoll, who was in Gatun fight fighting
ing fighting an aerial battle with the Gov Governor.
ernor. Governor. Subbing for him was Bad Badger
ger Badger who rolled a nice 582 to lead
the Hi-Fi but to no avail. Martin
and Stewart led the Cops with a
533 series each.
" Powells rolled over Gillette for
four points to gain second place
in the standings, dropping the Ra

zors to third. C. Stopp led the Ply

mouth men with ; 598 series 101-

lowefr by Robinson'sr555 while H.
Tom rolled a 520 to lead Gillette.
The Ace continued their win winning
ning winning streak by taking four points
from the Naval Station and; mov moving
ing moving into a fourth place tie with two
other teams. Spinney showed some
of his old iofm by rolling a 546 to
lead the :Aces but,, the ..best the
Navsta' could produce was O' O'Neal's
Neal's O'Neal's 471. ,-
The Wright Bros, still not to be
counted out took four from the
Shriners, now in the cellar. The
Plumbers were never close to be being
ing being headed with was the best the
Shriners could produce.
Look at the standings, fellas'.

only four points separate the first

six teams. With only four more

weeks to go any one of them, could

end up on top.
Standings
Teams
Voice' of Music
Powells
Gillette
Police Assn-
Aces
Wright Bros.
Naval Station
Shriners
High for the Week
Class A Robinson
Class B Stepp
Class C Badders

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24
22
21
20
22
20
17

15 24

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598.
400

Voice of Mutic
Badger
Brooks
Graham
Johnson
St. John

203
135
135
190
161

204
136
168
131'
150

175
150
IT'S
154
138

582
421
481
475
449

vs. Pol e Assn.

Fortner
Tully
Guest
Martin

Stewart

824
8

832

169
160
166
163
177
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Powells
Robinson
Gibson
Stepp
Brown
Hogaa r
vs. Gillette
Fernandez
Corno
Yee
Cbuljak
H. Tom

185
200
199
163
192
93 7
132
vl42
156
133
' 200
743
37
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8
77
179
167
181
175
179
841

172
146
187

184
158

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803 2432

165
150
158
185
177

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477
505
533
533

845 251

200
128
212

180

555

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598

57

168' iVs

847 188 272

153 ; 108
125 171
165 174
146' 176
165 '155

755 784 23"!

37 37 111

71 821 24121

A swimming meet for teenagers
and children will be held begin

ning at 11 a.m. today at the ca cabana
bana cabana Club of 1 Panama Hilton
There will also be diving extu
bitions from the three-meter pint
form by Canal Zone champion ia

vid Bejar and the Republic of Pa

nama s best, Fapi toorrea.

Union Club instructor Carlos A-

rosemena will give an exhbition

of the various swimming strokes

and styles. Erik Muhoz ot the Co
legio Javier and Ricardo Aroseme

na of the Cabana Club will alto

perform.
"There are already a large num

ber of entries but interested par

ties may yet enter by contacting

Ricardo Arosemena at the. Caba Cabana
na Cabana Club. 1
The list of events is as follows;
100 meters, free style for 15-

year-old boys or younger (Class

A).

50 meters free style for 15-year

old girls or younger: (Class B).
40 meters backstroke for boys

ten years old or younger (Class

ah.
40 meters backstroke for guts
ten years old or youngfr (Class
B). ',

day.

SLIM FAT AYAY
ff fat rulna your flgur or miku
yon short of breath and ndangara
your health, you will find It aa to
Ion weight with the new Hollywood
method Formode. No draetlo dieting;
or axerclm. Ask your drugstore (or -Formode.
and start slimming atone.

438
495
455
520

100 meters breaslstroke for boys
15 years old or younger Class A).
50 meters breaslstroke for girls
15 years old or younger (Class A).
4 x 25 meter relay (Boys and
girl). ,i

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AGENTS:

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Isaac Brandon tV Bros. Inc., P.O. Box 387, Panama City

Aces
Upp
Moorman
Stilson
Gorski -'
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135
142
190
179
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118 167
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168 198

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Wright Bras.
Shobe
Jansson
Cole
Butz
Clontz
v. Shrkntrs
Specht
Blakely
(Blind)
Badders

Judge

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150
117
150
154
772
168
97
143
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174
712
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186
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name I-UT7 Crirtobel -167-
Ocean Floor Said
to Hold Metals
Vital To Humans
Iberkeley, Cilit (uri )-
The miner oi tomorrow
. u:. j;nir.o! hv shiD and us-e
lor nis ui66'"" -,; in
ntrartion
dredge up a bonanza of minerals
from the ocean floor
This is envisioned b two urn
ersity of California .rnnera. en en-ineers
ineers en-ineers whe repon tnac loose i
f l. n,onnr.rlHSe IUSV De
.taftuiim.r h. iri I I
vitals as manganese may he I
in sure areas of the ocean;
floor to be worth as.mucn a
$1,500,000 per square lime.
Present technology probably
could mange such deep-sea min min-r
r min-r ..j- aopni-riins to Di- Her
bert E. Hawkes and John Mero
The metals are comau
.honral deoosits usually
contamea mm
less
diameter ana
tnan six mui .n
called nodules. ine
brown-black stones began to grow
millions of years ago ft"" mte:
rials washed into the oceans from
the land, such as volcanic glass,
PSti.Se Univsity of
California's Scripw lotion of
Oceanography in La Jolla ear ly
this year found la rich store of
nodules off the coast of the
French-owned Tuamotu islands
in the South Pacific.
Analysis showed that these de
.posits contained 25 per cent man manganese.
ganese. manganese. 15 per cent iron and les les-fr
fr les-fr amounts of nickel, copper and
Lk.it a number of rare earth
metals also were found.
One dredge haul brought in
nearly 500 pounds of the nodules
from a depth of 4,000 feet.
''The United States has no im important
portant important depostis of manganese
Necessary for the manufacture of
steel Before 1948 it was import imported
ed imported mainly from. Russia but now
comes from India, Brazil, Ghana
'and South Africa.
LIVER TONIC
It a. lasjr liver oauaee you to auffer
from lndifeation, (as, heartburn, oon oon-artlpatlon,
artlpatlon, oon-artlpatlon, tieadachea, bad breath, dlx dlx-.
. dlx-. sineea, Mlfoucneaa and akin blemiahee,
rt Higalan from your chemist today.
HIM Ion la a reel tonfe to the liver and
lnteatinee. Get Hlpalen at drugstore.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama z-uoai
Expansion Valves and oth other
er other refrigeration accessories
at lowest prices in town
AGENCIAS
LARSEN, S.A.
Phone 2-3492
Opposite Old Balboa Brewery
(Next to Enitlish Wharf)
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
tn new cari
AGENCY DEHLINUER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
35 mm. Camera
Len's 1.9
the best buy In town
Foto international
155 Central Ave.
Corner "K" Street
1 block from Railroad Station
The New
5
NIKON
With built-in Universal
Viewflnder. .System
Panama
Colon

FOR RENT.- Unfurnished apar apar-ment:
ment: apar-ment: Large livingreem, dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, two bodroomi with two
baths, kitchen, private entrance,
lacked garage. Phone 3-0873.

FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, independent service.
'Are I No. 43 San Francisco de
la Caleta, Tel. 3-1221.
FOR RENT: Cangrejo one bed bed-roojn
roojn bed-roojn apartment furnished in new
house, with new furniture. $85.
Call 3-1789.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment in new building. Jose
de Fabrega Avenue, between Ho Hotel
tel Hotel El Panama and the Panama
University. Phone 3-26S6.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment, private entrance, 1 1 4
V-- Pras.
rui, KENT: In new building
located in 39th Street. Bella Vis Vista,
ta, Vista, near the American Embassy
No. 3-76. Apartments of two
bedrooms with air conditioning
units, living-dining room, study
room, kitchen, laundry, maids
room, and hot water facilities.
For further information please
call Panama 3-1292.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet
with garden, garage. Residential
area, 94th Street No. 1 8 San
Francisco. For information call
Tel. 3-2134.
Alaska's Governor
To Be Stale Master
Under Constitution
JUNEAU, Alaska (UPI)
When it comes to keeping tabs on
State officers, Alaskans will have
an easy time of it.
Alaska's unique constitution,
which will take effect when the
territory becomes a state early
next year, provides for only two
elected executives, the governor
and th secretary of state, who
will be tied together or, the bal ballot
lot ballot the way candidates tor presi president
dent president and vice president are in
national elections.
Virtually the entire responsibili responsibility
ty responsibility for administration of the
state government will rest wi'h
the govemoir, who will appoint
au aepannent neaa ana com commissions.
missions. commissions. Thomas B. Stuart, Juneau at attorney
torney attorney who was secretary of the
75-day convention which produced
the cc'.iftitution, says the dele delegates
gates delegates v nted a strong governor
and believed "a responsible exp
cutive should be master in his
own house."
But Alaskans fear this setup,
rather than make the governor
"master in his own house," will
make him the tool of special in
terests.
Defenders of the constitution.
on the other hand, point out that
Alaska is a small state in terms
of population ? a good gover
nor should be intimate with every
thing that's going on.
as lor special interests. Alas
kans will Rave an opportunity to
change governors every four vears
and no governor may serve more
tnan two terms.
The check' and balances on the
govmor, will come from the leg leg-islal
islal leg-islal of 20 senators and 40 re represent
present represent atives and from the judi judicial
cial judicial system.
Taxpayers Reminded
Of New Alteration
On 'Short' Forms
WASHINGTON (UPI)-The In Internal
ternal Internal Revenue Service (IRS) re
minded taxpayers today that
maximum income for filing the
"short form" tax returns for
1958 has ueen boosted to $10,000.
The revenue service jaid it was
issuing the reminder because
about 53 million 1958 W-2 forms
(statements of earnLigsv and tax
withheld), incorrectly carry a
maximum figure of $5,000. The
forms were printed b re the in income
come income limit w doubl-1.
Some taxpayers wh changed
jobs this year have already re received
ceived received W-2 statements showing
the old limit.
An IRS spokesman said the
fdrms printed before the change
would be used. They amount
ed to about half the total W-2.
printing.
Unde- the new ru'es, taxpayers
may use the short return, form
1040A, if their w; !e or salary in income
come income was less than $10,000 in 1958
and other earnings did not top
$200. Married couples may file a
joi"t return on Porm 1040A, if
their Combined income did not ex exceed
ceed exceed these limits.
The IRS estimated that about 31
million' taxpayers will be eligible
to file On form 4040A. a punch
card about the size of a bank
check About 14 m'Uion persons
used it in 1957.
BUYS HALF INTEREST
MINNEAPOLIS (UPI.) Gen General
eral General Mills announced it has pur purchased
chased purchased a half interest in the Ne Nebraska
braska Nebraska sunflower processing plant
I of the Pacific Vegetable Oil Corp.

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INTERNAL DE PUBLICACIONES No. 3
JarS&cu "van! 'SSEnZ rSiS
A THIS Reside the Belle Vista Theatre
Automobiles
FOR SALE: Ford Station Wagon,
9 passenger, very good condi condition,
tion, condition, 21.000 miles. 5738 Sibert
Street, Diablo.
FOR SALE: 1957 Studebaker 2 2-.
. 2-. door Sedan in excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. New tires, low mileage.
Easy terms available. Call Pan Panama
ama Panama 2-2517 from 8:00 a.m.
12:00 noon and 2:00 p.m.
5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1957 Renault'
Dauphine. duty paid $995, 1953
Singer sports car, $150. Curun Curun-du
du Curun-du 3 140.
FOR SALE: 1958 4 door pat.
senger Brookwood Chevrolet Sta-i
tion Wagon, power brakes, pow power
er power brakes, power steering, turbo turbo-qlide,
qlide, turbo-qlide, tinted glass, radio, padded
instrument panel, seat covert,
V8. window cleaner. 1930 Mod Model
el Model A $125. 1931 Model A $225.
Phone Balboa 2-3676. House
1521-B.
AROUND
BY
o
Defying the weather and giving
thanks' that, it rained somewhat
early, the Panma Pro League af after
ter after losing several games to the
Water Polo League, eventually
played the second tilt of the week
on Thursday, while in the Zone
Thanksgiving turkey was being
eaten and the Panama Firefight Firefighters
ers Firefighters paraded with torches.
And while on the subject of
Thanksgiving members of Club Al
tamira are scheduled to attend a
special service at Oh St. Cristo-
pher's Episcopal Church in Par Par-que
que Par-que Lefevre.
Thanks is on the double, said an
official of the group. To the Se Se-nor
nor Se-nor up. above and the community
for the year's support. Not bad at
ail. .it s really good to be grate
ful. i
The family of the late William
Holder waa beingBympathized with
during the course of the week. Ra
fael Justine Holder Griffin, Irene
Holder Hayes and several others
are still wiping away tears over
their dad s demise.
A familiar figure around town
popular, easy going Percival
Toppirt, observed what we csn
term a quiet birthday on Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. Th, genial Jack, however, wet
feted by his friends on the oc occasion,
casion, occasion, which he insisted was
just another.
'A Mi Modo- De Ver." had a
double celebration in the, in that
during the last week of October
he carried in "his widelw read, co-
umn in La Hora. the Droiected
second to Panama of the Duke
of Edinburgh.
This week almost a month after
this news was officially released
from Buckingham Palace. ,The
other celebration was his safe ar-
CZ Junior College
Anniversary Holed
In Yearly Playbill
SUBERT TURBYFILL
A feature article of the 1958 Play Playbill,
bill, Playbill, annual drama publication
from the United States, is "Collene
Observes Silver Anniversary" by
Subert Turbyfill, director of
speech and drama in the Canal
Zone Junior College.
The full-length article, illustrat illustrated
ed illustrated by a photograph of the college
production of "Love Is Eternal",
refers, to the twenty-fifth anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of the local college, to which
observance, the production of the
Irving Stone Book-of-the-month no
vel and Stage play waa dedicated
last spring.;
Turbyfill is the: author of many
published., poems, stories, and ar
tides. Back In 1950 he was chosen
for honorary; membership in the
International Mark Twain Society
of creative writers.
The magazine goes to some 450
college groups in the United Stale
and has a circulation list of over
7,000.

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Home Articles
FOR SALE: Electric clothes
dryer, automatic washing ma machine.
chine. machine. Servieios Allen, Peru
Avenue No. 7.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator 9 cu.
ft. $50. Curundu 3190.
FOR SALE: Hi-Chair $12.00;
bathinette, $12.00; crib. $25.00..
Available Dec. 14. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-6355.
FOR SALE: Deluxe electric
ironer, sewing machine with ca cabinet
binet cabinet and attachments. Retina
camera 3-6526.
FOR SALE: On (1) Simmons
six piece bedroom set; en
( 1 RCA Portable 45 Hi-Fi rec record
ord record player; on square bamboo
coffee table; one bleached m
hogany low chest of drawers;
seven (7) wicker porch chairs.
Please calf Curundu 83-3126.
TOWN
TOM
rival at another milestone on Mon
day. Congrats my lad.
Red Markham. Tribune column
ist seen vacationing in the capital
from his usual chores. .Claudio
Liverpopl seen irate the other even
ing insisting that for failure to
respect his authority that a sculp sculptor
tor sculptor and two others be taken before
the night Magistrate.
Over on the Atlantic side Sonia
Burke celebrated her BD with the
following persons enjoying the big
party.
Esmina Belanfonte, Sara Hud Hudson,
son, Hudson, Beverly Richards, Annette
Jones, Yvonne Scott. Doreen Mae
Kay, Yolanda Jones, Sara Gari
baldi and Mrs. Ada Richards, and
Wayne and Glen Burke. .Tnsr-nh
Archibold. Teodora Garibaldi. Ma
rio i!,awarus, ana trienfora Year
tord.
The Elks that Is Mr. Olympu
Lodge and Eureke Temple were
scheduled, to open their commu community
nity community center this afternoon et 3
p.m.
The Ineugurerion It re be a
week long event.
Grin end Beer It: Coming home
irom icnooi one day a boy asked
hisJather, if "the white man was
superior to the Indian?". "Well.
when the Indians were rnnninw
things, thev hat!
had no debts, and the woman did
all the work. How can you improve
on
" iiie uuv sain nifc na.
ucveu me way me inaians ran
things was really solid, and that
he considered the old man to be
off key as sow he pnnlH n
.L ti ..
take it easy and have the women womenfolk
folk womenfolk do the work.
Thought for today: To be cons conscious
cious conscious that you are ignorant is
great step to knowledge. Disraeli.
Nixon Heads Home
After British Poke
Good Matured Fun
WASHINGTON, Nov. 30 (UPI) (UPI)-Vice
Vice (UPI)-Vice President Richard Nixon re
turns home today from London
where he dedicated an American
memorial chapel, dined with the
Queen and won the Cheers of Ox Oxford
ford Oxford University students.
Only London's communist Daily
Worker, which failed in its at attempts
tempts attempts to build opposition to Mix Mix-on's
on's Mix-on's four-day official visit, was
unimpressed with his showing.
, The Conservative Daily Mail pok
ed good-natured fun at the Vice
President calling him "the man
who came to dinner without his
dinner jacket" a reference to
Nixon's failure to bring a tuxedo
with him, causing a sartorial eri
sis during his visit.
, Nixon went to Britain to repre represent.
sent. represent. President Eisenhower at the
dedication of the American memo
rial chapel at St. Paul's Cathe
oral. He also met with British
government leaders and shared a
Thanksgiving dinner with Queen
Elizabeth.
The Nixons were greeted at Ox
ford by a large banner showing
imand New York Governor e-
ect "Nelson Rockefeller climbing
to the top of a crowh worn bv
EPfesident Eisenhower.. In large
Wack letters were the Words: "Is
it rocky at the top?"
INFORMANTS CLAIM. P-10
J E RUSALEM,' Israel, Nov. 29 29-f
f 29-f UPI) Unconfirmed reports here
said today large quantities of Sov Soviet
iet Soviet heavy arms and planes have
arrived in Iraq.
According to these reports, a
Soviet military mission already is
instructing Iraqi armored and ar-
UlICI UIIIVB 111 viicia ui
The reports added that both the
Soviets and Iraqi authorities are
not divulging ny information a a-bout
bout a-bout these arms supplies.

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L.OURDES PHAKMACI lsz
Miscellaneous
HEAR YI HEAR YE
Make someone happy thii X'maa
with a hearing aid to hear the
joyous sounds of Youletide. All
types, siaes Sr shapes at Crawford
Agencies.. ''-.',' -v
We have received a new ship-
ment of perterated hardboard or
peckboard with its corresponding
accesoriea. Thousandth of uses in
home, shop1 Or -of fit. Visit AL AL-MACENES
MACENES AL-MACENES MARTINZ,: S.A., A A-venida
venida A-venida Eloy Alfaro No, 11-159.
FOR SALE: 2 nw"1 957 APEX
electric dryers, one automatic
dish washer and fiv 1957 new
air conditioners at five away;
prices to make room for new
models. Yropdce S.A. 45th St.
and Via Espana. Tel. 3-12S5S
3-6157. .
FOR SALE: Girls 20 inch bike,
good condition. Phone- Balboa
i2-2444.
"FOR SALE : Girls bicycle 26".
Good condition. $12.00, Phone
Balboa 2708,
HEARING AIDS
For the Hard of Hearing.
Examination with Audiometer.
' Dr. Marcial Dies' Clinic
Rochet Street. Phone 2-2541
' 2-6 p.m. ;
FOR SALE: Record player. Baf.
Tel. 2-1723 No. 1556, Balboa.
FOR SALE: All household
goods, motors, 60 cycle. Barbe Barbecue;
cue; Barbecue; drill and accessories, desk,
sewing cabinet, washing ma machine,
chine, machine, driving equipment, etc.
etc. etc. Phone Balboa 2-3676.
House 1521-B.
FOR SALE: Ladies golf clubs
$20.00, hobby horse $30.00.
25 lb. C02 axtinguiaher $10.00,
8" eirc. saw new 1 Vi h.p. motor,
4" Joiner new V h.p. motor
$150.00, 1531 -A Calabash Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. HEARING AIDS
with special switch for .radio,
telephone and T.V. Full guaran guarantee.
tee. guarantee. Come today for a demostra demostra-tien.
tien. demostra-tien. Same prices as those in the
States. Dr. Marcial Dial' Clinie
Rochet street. Tivoli Avenue
down Shaw's Store. 2-6 p.m.
FOR SALIt WieW lounge
chair with matching foot eteol.
Wicker chair, basket type.
. G.I. radio record player com-'
bination. Amateur radio transmit transmitter,
ter, transmitter, Harvey Well. TBS50D with
.power supply. Collins VFO. M.
C. Jonet micro-match awr met meter.
er. meter. (New). Overall, House 6251
Le Rios.
FOR SALE: Watches for girl,
boy, men, women moderate
price. Call Panama 2-5432.
FOR SALE- Two decorated lat lattice
tice lattice screen by 6 feet $12.00
each, also one 1 8 yards long
gray black and drang stripe
material, and one 25 yard long
gray with multicolor margina
stripes, both Mexican hand
woven. 90 cts. yard. Phone 4 4-1488.
1488. 4-1488. FOR SALE: 40 discount en
monaural records. Classical and
populars. AGENCIAS DIAZ 37th
Street No. 6-A.
HONOR SYTEM
NEW YORK (UPI) There's
a fall flower disolav in front of a
New York department store to-
getner with a sign askine Pass-
ersby: "Please Don't Eat the
uirysantnemums.
BUDGET-MINDED
RANDOLPH, N. Y. (UPI)
Randolph villaee trustees acreed
but only after considerable de
bate to buy a bnck Sfhoolhouse
with 11 classrooms, and auditot
rum. cafeteria and nlavroom. The
total cost was $1.

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Red. Estate
FOR SALK-iiett 500 and 1.000
meters, in th Nuev Hipodrom
Urbanization, acress th Ramon
Racetrack, AO lets with afreet
fronts. wag, water main and
electricity. Call : W. McBarnatt.
f OR SALE:- Houa ; 2 floor,
well ventilated, centrally locat-
tact Panama 3-2)30. San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Call 91 1st No.. 49.
FOR SALE: Und in Vtibe 5'i
Hts., 5 ets. M2. Apply Tel. 2 2-5066.
5066. 2-5066. FOR SALItW Pekinese dogs.
Second Avenue No. 108, Paiti-
lla. Telephone 3-0441.
KIDDIVILLE. Via Espafta No.
37- J 82. Large y assortment of
toy, Xmas decorations for trees,
tables', etc.. novelties for gifts.
Do your Xmat shopping early.
Take advantage of our lay-away
Plan, .. .
WANTED
WANTED, TO BU Y -1 950 to
1953 Chevrolet, standard shift.
cheap but cash. Phone 2-0740,
Mr. Diaz.
Teachers Are Going
Back To Studies
For Space Age
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla.
I (UPI) Imagine the plight of a
match, or science teacher facing a
classroom of curious youngsters
whose fathers are blazing trails
in the uncharted field of rock
etry.
For three 7ar, pretty June
Rodgers has been embarrassed in
her eighth and ninth grade math
classes at nearby Cocoa Junior
High School tt such question- as.
"How would a rocket fired from
a space platform get any thrust
if there's no air for it to push
against?"
Because the field of missiles
and rockets is so new there are
n't any textbooks, the Cocoa
chapter of the American Rockeet
Society's Florida division offered
to instruct Brevard County teach
ers in the fundamentals of rocke
try but not just to save the
teachers embarrassment.
"The idea was that the teach
ers in Xhe fundamental of rocket
ry but not just to save the
Mike Sellars, head of the rtavy
Polaris missile project at Cape
Canaveral.
"We hope some of them w i I
want to go into this field eventua
iy"
When the rocket group broach
ed the idea to Brevard school au
thorities. they jumped at it. The
resvl. is a four-month program
of instruction in which 31 teach
ers chosen from a mucn larger
group of applicants; attend a two
hour session every inursaay,
Originally, the classes were to I
be limited to 25 student-teachers.
"But when six 'rejects' showed
- up and said .'they wanted to
watch througn tne. winaows, -we
1 werS ahead and lett hem in," said
the school official wno seiecten
members of the class.

,;: Presents
TIVOLI TRAVEL CARAVAN
MUSICAL TRAVELOGUE" DAILY MONDAY AND SATURDAY
with Dave Constable as narrator

Yomv Connnuiiit

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trieal appliances article and Hi-,
f Pi aceeaaoriet. Apply Tropeleo...
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Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Just arrived beautiful Italian
dolls. Very low prices. We acept
down payments. Athis next Be Be-,
, Be-, lla Vista Theatre and our ether
store in -Mini Max. .. ."
GEORGE SIMON, corpmander

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Legion -at Cristobal, presents an ebony swagger stick: to Col.
Cecil Himes, Army Atlantic- commander, for his Interest and
cooperation in American Legion activities (TJ. fl. Army Photo)

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THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
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7' ;'..' By MARGIE ROTHROCK
. How can' you 'call & woman-a "ham" and compli

ment her? ,
' .Try It on Mrs. Virginia Harvty. Sha It proud to claim
tha nlcknama.-
' Mrii' Harvay la ona of tho few women an th. Canal
Zonawho participate actively a at amateur; radio
I operator SM m found it a "' rewarding Xojsby., Bealdaa

Vthe pereonat enjoyment of converting with fallow hama"
fthe world ovar, ahe hat been' able to h!p ,on huhierbut

cctatic

tiontr pereona who need to tranamit emergency met-
a'trv a hurry., '? ', V V ,.) V

Am;

or

,? Her home b Bklboi it lse tht
icene 0. her p.wtt personal f dio
itatlon, known officially is K25'

VB. The music wmcn sne nears
as ahe goer about .4er housewife housewifely
ly housewifely chores -might be a conversa conversation
tion conversation between Pedunk.- la., and
San Francisco,', Cal. She is quit
apt to interrupt the dishwashing
ior a chat with a friend on the air
waves. ..;
. Mrs. Harvey is a Zonlan, born
and bed. Her parents; Mr. and
Mrs. H. M. Thorns. lived on the
Atlantic sida until hia retirement.
They now make their home in, Ar Arcadia,
cadia, Arcadia, XIalif.; where their daugh
ut- tafki with them everal lmea

a week via a fellow "ham" of that
city. 5
When Virginia married R a J p h
Harvey, now of the Finance Di Division
vision Division of the Panama Canal Co
she inherited with h wedding
ring deep interest for ama'eur
radio" operations,: When Raloh wa
using hit equipment, she, used, to
talk occasionally on th "mike."
but f wan not unt't 1955 that ahe
t':fcw.'"tt'.:wipinaot nd
eense; s ? f
f"A"n the e'arlV 4V' J th'
rattle take all my time." say
Virginia. "My a I e n 4 a t was
loaded with scheduled cenvrie
, tions, and I could nevar t any

.Where."' '
With experience came modera
Mori. Althoueh she enloys the ta-

to fh'corttroU NevcrhelF. )rtie
"pps close eye" on the closk for
b hour nhe ha arranged a chat.
Mr. "Harvey has .made count count-less
less count-less friends trough her radio ac activities.
tivities. activities. She has never seen moet
of them, -Some further the con contact
tact contact y mai'ing their "rallinB"
,''erd?, On most occasions the eon-
versationalists -do no, even men men-..tion
..tion men-..tion .surnames, thusf' keeping the

contact bolh casual and friendly,

irs. Harvey xo.nmented.
Although -ahe lias had -countless
hours of pleasure through her
dio setup, Virginia Harvey realiz

ea the potentialities oi. ner expe experience
rience experience and equipment. She ha
been Instrumental in arranging
contact for total stranger who
have an emergency, message for
loved ones. jt
"Unfortunately, moat of the
messages are sad ones," said Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, "but some'lmek there, are
happy ,one too."
With' her friend and fellow
lady "ham," Mrs, Kay Hewell,
v.h hi actively sartlclpated In

Civil Defense activities en the
Canal Zen. Once,. In coordinate
Ins e tlmnlattd emergency. ahe
played the part.ee tonvincmaly
that a llittneriwh mltted the
, word "simulated" h e a m e
venutnely alarmed.
Mrs. Harvey and other amateur
radio "operators also played lead leading
ing leading roles in the recent telethon o o-ver
ver o-ver CFN television. When calls
o'fering donations were received
at the studio, Mr, Harvey and
her radio ransmitted the informa information
tion information to helper in radio-equipped
ear, who then continued to the
donor's home to pick up the check;
She ha transmitted messages
ringing from, weather,; conditions
anri hlr'h announcements to "HI,

Morn'Mvoe i v e t i n 1 1 and, of

courre, illness and death.
Mr Wrvv aavs that the tries

Mit hi form Cental tnlchirei of

W iinpfn conversationalists, but

apoaren'ly other do. pethe in
Vinilrf. ih la always amused that

llatene-i picture her at a hefty hefty-tvna
tvna hefty-tvna female. il -u -.

strange'y.1 Vadip' fever 'has not

ffected the Harvey' two children.
Gall. 12. and Hush. 17. While

the -iloors-- were, being refinifhed
in th$ home, Hugh gave up cor-

4Lady Meteorologist Toys With Clouds
To Seek Tranquilizer For Bad Storms

WASHINCITON

usually open a

NEA If you

conversation by

discussing the weathei'. you'll proo-

ably alway have something inter-
' esting to say is long at an attrac attractive
tive attractive woman scientist holds her
Job to the i Pentagon. ; ;
i Dr. Florence W van Straten,
"one of 'thevNavy'a top meteorolo meteorolo-gists,
gists, meteorolo-gists, has devised a weather con-
ttol' technique that may help eli eliminate
minate eliminate hurricane, tornadoes, hall
storm andblinding fog. In fact,
it rny even prove successful in
manufacturing rain, v
The acientist' system call for
' dropping carbori black, a sub substance
stance substance found in printers ink and
automobile tires, into dangerous
storm-producing clouds. Carbon
black, which easily absorb the
sun' heat, warm and eventually
evaporate tiny drop of water in
that part of the cloud where t It
It planted. Clouds are actually
tnaiia nf mH linulit eirtlcloa.

When the warmer droplets eva evaporate,
porate, evaporate, their vapor automatically
attache itself to the colder one
and condense. These particles
finally become so heavy that they
can no, longer? float. In the air.
Thus, i cloud,- which might have
helped produce a shattering, death death-dealing
dealing death-dealing wind storm is broken up
and simply turned Into rain.
Sr..- van Straten emphasizes.

however, that It's too. early to

praise her technique at a foot foot-proof
proof foot-proof weather; control system
since it it till In the experimen experimental
tal experimental ttage.
She 1 especially reluctant to

make- definite prediction about

guaranteeing rain for drought

stricken area. Although initial
test proved carbon black to be
an effective cloud buster, Dr. van
Straten explains that there Is no
proof that the released water

reached the ground before It ev
porated. .jr,:

Since the recent announcement

she has been flooded -t with : mad
from Texas asking about Its rain rain-making
making rain-making potential. Other letter
. bearing California postmarks have
hn mainlv innnrni4 with HiF.

bon black's ioility to braak ; up
fog nd mog. t'v.-fi-., ..
Dr. via Btratett becime inter-
iested in weather work during
World War II. In 1942, fhe left
her chamittry teaching Job at
New York University and joined
' tht Navy. .

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Mr. VIRGINIA HARVEY AND K25VR

" "It isn't fairT writer a1 woman
who reads this column, "foe my

husband to take a job in another
city which, mean we will not on only
ly only have to leave all 'our friends
but our married daughter aid
her family .too, ? ; 4- -1 ?
"He. aay hr can't turtw" down

thi opportunity. But I would pc

happier staying right Where; we

are-even though it mean lets

money nd what my husband re
fera to as a 'dead end' for him.

How can I talk him out of taking

this new lobT"

; Quit dragging your feet and get

in there and back your husband

UD. '- : ' -' ; f

Id he bat a chance at a better

Job with a bigger- future? your
place is at hla aide not reluctant

Il but gladly. 1 ; '

start tninung oi a new start 'as

aft adventure' instead of the end

of your own little private world.
You can make new friends when

ever you go and bold bnto the old

ones, too. 1

n your aaugnter is ousy witn

her own life she can get along

without you And if you get busy

helping your husband made a
place in a new community yuu
won't have time to worry be because
cause because letters to your daughter

and occasional visits will have to

take the place of dally visits back

and forth.

If you are a good snort you'll

look for the advantages in your
new home. Do everything possible

to make friends In a hurry. Take
a vital Interest In your husband's
new Job. You may find in a few

ears that you like your new
ome even' better than you did

the old one.'.

There isn't Just one spot for

anyone, even though you may get
into euch a complacent rut that
you think there is.

So quit looking back, at what

you are leaving and start looking
forward to what you are moving

on to.. v i

That 1 what your husband is

doing; and that is what keeps ally ally-body
body ally-body young and alert and ready
for whatever life, brings.:.

ner of hi room for, the portable
radio equipment, but only on a
temporary basis. Both show inter interest
est interest in th long-distance conversa conversations
tions conversations of their parent with friends,'
but rarely do they participate,
their mother said,
Virginia Harvey. Is, needless to
lay, a staunch advocate of ama amateur
teur amateur radio operators.
"We era glad to hear a word
Of praise," she says, "btcaute
'hams' get blamtd for every everything
thing everything from commercial radio in interference
terference interference to a ajulrk In the tel television.
evision. television. A thousand things can
go wrong with the television set,
but we always get blamed."

She is one of those native Zo

nlans who has seen the United

States only as a visitor. The same

situation holds for her brothers,
Hugh Thorns Jr. and Robert
Thomas, who live on the Atlantic

side.
The Harvey already are look

ihe forward to hit retirement

some ten years hence, when they

undoubtedly will make their home

in the States.
The country may seem like

stranger to them, but the air

wave will not. Wherever there is

a "ham," there will be a friend.

Encourage Teenagers Toward Science,
Says Top Researcher Mr Erria Gibbs

y CAY.PIULIY
NEW -YORK (UPI America
will have the scientists it needs

only when it starts recruiting

them in their teens and also
start paying them a living waga,
say a top woman researcher.
"All of a sudden we Want re

search men and women and we

haven't got them," said Mr.

Erne Leonhardt Gibbs, of Chica Chicago,
go, Chicago, who with; her doctor-husband
Has spent more than a quarter
of a century studying how the hu-,

mand brain "keeps house.
"In any field of scientific re

search, it will be a long time be

fore America can come back.

.can catch up, she said. We

haven't given children a chance
to know about scientists.., ,thuy

get all .their idea from televi

sion. You Know, the tranken-

stein stuff. ; ..
"Ahd we've got to start paying
them. A researcher stays with his

field for .love of it. .My husband

says you have : to be craty to

choose research for a fcareer.

"People can't afford to be 4cl-J

enusts. we treat them like we
treat teachers."
Eveti so, the couple's two sons
are following their parents into

research., One son, Erich, 20, is

studying medicine at Harvard;

another. Frederic, 17, is still in

high school but plans to be an

atomic pnysicist.
; Mrs. Biggs and the family

came to Manhattan last week end

to atend an American Women a
Assn. lunchem in her honor. She
was presented the association's

27th annual achievement award:

in other years, its recioients have

included Margaret Sanger- Ame

lia jsarnart, Frances K. Perkm

ana uarrie unapman uatt.

With the award eoes a schoIa

ship fund which Mrs. Gibbs said

would be turned over to ths Brain
Researfh Foundation, a stuyy
center; which she and her hus husband
band husband helped to found in 1953.

nt Dr.riorcAee yaa Strate t

"I jot patriotic," the explains.
"And tine ..the 1 Navy needed
chemists at the timek I got a
eommiialojkm'k '
It wasn't long until the Iavy
decided that it needed more me meteorologist.
teorologist. meteorologist. So order went out
to find the 25 WAVES that had
the moit (clentiflc training.
"The result wai that I found
myself' the explains, "with a
set of order to attend Massachu Massachusetts
setts Massachusetts Institute of Technology."
At the end of the, war, -Navy
brass persuaded Dr. van Straten
to continue her work with them
aa a civilian.; She holds the rank
of commander in the Naval Re
serve.. ,-
The time Dr. van "Straten
doesn't use in planning and con
ducting weather experiemenu, she
spends -training a Weimaraner

puppy named Jester. He s 1 1 v a
months old and already weighs
50 pounds," she stys. "Training
him Jake practically all my time
after I come home from the of office."
fice." office." -'Another
of her favorite hobbies
Is to visit exotic restaurants or order
der order the fancy dishes, and then try
to duplicate them In her own
kitchen. I

Dr. van straten wat .born in 1

Dar.en, Conn., and atudied at
New York Vnlvertity.

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If you are a chronic leg crosier,
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"A thousand head of Lobo cat cattle
tle cattle have disappeared. ."
, "You don't know that."
"I've been going over the tally
t)ooks."
i "Fred Case is senile. If he ever
' knew how to keep a tally book
he forgot it along with h:s mem mem-cry.
cry. mem-cry. Tnat's the chief reason 1
fired him"
"You fired Fred?" Lily cried,
aghast
"I sent him packing this morn

ing.
She sp'ang to her feet. "How
dare you!" Fred was my father's
foreman betore I was born."
"Everyman on this ranch car carries
ries carries his load 1 won't have a dead deadhead
head deadhead on the piace."
"You have no right to give or orders
ders orders on this ranch. Lobo is mine.-'
"Keep i then!"
"There's nothing more to talk
about," Lilv sa d coldly.
Jeff cursed himself inwardly.
His violent temper had monien monien-tarilv
tarilv monien-tarilv so the best of him. Lily
harf nni vp' ohimbed the depths
f hie nerfidv and he could not
risk her goaig into things too
deeply.
He sad with a tremendous ef effort.
fort. effort. "All right. I apologize."
"It's a li'tle too late for an apo apology."
logy." apology." "Do you want me to ge down
on my knees?" he asked. He
, needed her. Even if it meant
crawling.
"It doesn't do any good, Jeff.
I know what you've done, how
much you've stolen from Lobo"
"Stolen? When we got marr
ried we merged our ranches, our
Jnoney: We, pooled everything-"
.;,"I don't ever recall g ving you
permission to run Lobo."
IT was necessary for Alderton
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again to make a tremendous cf cf-tort
tort cf-tort tqtreslrain himself. He want wanted
ed wanted to smash the beautiful face n
front of him.
He said hoarsely, "How much
can you humiliate me, Lily?"
s'You stripped Lobo of every everything.
thing. everything. You .-took Lobo's income
and pu. it in.o your personal ac account
count account and now your fine friend,
Mike Denver, has put on the
pressure"
"What?"
"Denver controls the bank. Or
didn't jou know that? He's for forbidden
bidden forbidden Marshall Eads to make
any loans io Lobo. in order 'o
continue operations on this ranch,
I've got to sell off stock. And
wi!h the rustling that's been go going
ing going on, 1 don't know what

Jeff Alderton's face was a pic
ture of puzzled anxiety. Mis pre previous
vious previous concern about his relation relationship
ship relationship with Lily was gone for the
moment.
"1 saw Denver this afternoon,"
he said. "He didn't say a word
about
His words trailed otf
turned abruptly and
and he
strode out of ihe ranch office.
MIKE DENVER entered his Lo Lobo
bo Lobo Saloon and stopped just inside
the door. Denver ;igna ed to the
head bartender. "One for every everybody,
body, everybody, Jules. 'On the house."
Only one man did not join in
the general approval: Marshall
Eads, who stood at ihe end of the
bar nursing a glass of beer.
Denver said to him, "Want to
talk to you. Eads."
"Good," said Eads.
Denver went to the stairs and
climbed up to the balcony. He'
was a lit le annoyed when he
reached the top to note that Eads
had paused to finish his beer be before
fore before Mowing.
In his office Denver came to
the point. "Rawlins is shipping
some cattle," he said, "abou "abou-2,000
2,000 "abou-2,000 head. He wants fifty thou thousand
sand thousand against the shipment"
"We can't give him the money
until we have the bill of lading.
The amount is too big unless it's
secured."
"My word's the security, Mar Marshall."
shall." Marshall." "Very well, if you'll stop in at
the bank in the morning, and sign
the 'no'e, I'll credit Rawlins' ac account
count account with the fif y thousand."
"You heard me wrong, Mar Marshall.
shall. Marshall. I said my word was the se security.
curity. security. I didn't say I'd sign a
note."
"Mike," said Eads, "there are
rules about banking procedure.
Laws"
"I haven't the time to learn
them now. Jus! give Rawlins the
money and don't bo her me with
the deatails." He leaned back n
his sw ve chair. "I understand
the bank holds a lot of paper on
these sobbus ers."
"Perhaps 40 to 45 mor g "?-."
"Close them ou ."
Eads gasped. "What?"
"I said, foreclose."
"Virtually every one of those
mortgages is amply secured"
XXIII
"SODBUSTERS," snorted Den Denver.
ver. Denver. "This is cattle country and
we're better off without these pid piddling
dling piddling little sodbusters making trou trouble."
ble." trouble." "Rut you brought them in,
Mike. You sold them the land."
Denver shrugged indifferently.
"Man makes a mistake now and
thf"
"You've made one right now,
Mike," said Eads tautly. 'You've
gone jut a little too far. You
hink you've got enough votes to
kick me out of the bank, you go
ahead and do it. Call your stock stockholders'
holders' stockholders' meeting for tomorrow.
Vote your stock
"A showdown? You'll lose,
Eads."
"Then I'll lose, but I'll not be
a oarty to any of your dirty
schemes. ..."
Eads clumped down the stairs
and out of the saloon. Denver,
his face red, took a key out of
his Docket and unlocked the cen
ter drawer of his desk. He pulled
out a sheet' of paper on which
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were wirtten the names of -the
stockholders of the Barkerville
o.aie cans and the amount of
the stock owned by each.
"I'm sale by 100 shares," he
muttered, "even if Alderton loses
ms wile's shares."
He had scarcely muttered ; the
thought than the owner of 108

shares entered the saloon and
neaaed airecily for the balcony
stairs. Denver was still studying
ne list 'of shareholders when
Jeff Alderton appeared before
mm.
"Jeff!" exclaimed Denver, star startled
tled startled a title. "I was just thinking
about you."
"Good," snapped Alderton,, "be "because
cause "because I've been thinking about
you. Lily tells me you've taken
over the bank."
"You two still at it?" grunted
Denver. "Thought you'd made ud
Dy now.
Don;t get me off the subject,"
Alderton said hotly. "There're
some things we're going to have
out and we 11 take them up one
at a time."
'Sure, sure, whatever you say.
I'm a man who believes in lay laying
ing laying all the cards on the table."
Denver had never in his life laid
his cards on the table.
item one have you taken
ove' the bank?"
"I've, got the votes to do it. if
I want to said Denver, think thinking
ing thinking even then of Alderton's 100
shares with a par Value of $100
a share.
"There isn't much you haven't
got your fingers into."
"Let s see, said Denver. "You
own a few shares of bank stock
yourself, don't you?"
- A hundred.
"I might take them off .your
hands, just to help you out.'
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NEXT WEEK)

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.PACIFIC SADDLE
Spraguey Carol Wentsler,
Pacific Saddle Club
The Pacific Saddle Club recent
ly celebrated its tenth, anniversa
ry with a picnic meeting attend
ed by 35 membewn guests, toi-
lowing a ride by the children's-
group over the trails in the club s
vicinity.
It was in the Fall of 1948 that
E. B. ICurling, Eva Dickson, Mar
guerite Nix, W. J. Hatchett, J, H,
Jones, V. F. Jacobs and E. G. Ab-i
bott met at Curling s home m Pe
dro Miguel to organize the. group

background,, of thlfhorses: In: the foreground, and the. foreground ,'o?t the ihembers to the
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CLUB members'with their horses.' Left Jo- right, Jimmr lee SToverMlchaet Hart Linda' 'Hart, Marsha; Sutherland; 'bisum "sparki" Bob
ttsler, Jeannine Hebert, Glenn Evans, Roberta Evans and Sharon Phelaa. . ; a, l-, -7 r w.r1-oul
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Enters 11th Year
which was to become the Pacific
Saddle Club. Curling was elected.
president and Jiva Dickson, secre
tary-treasurer,; Mf:,
Today the club, which is locat
ed about a half-mile from Gailard
Highway, boasts a membership of
13 families. Its clubhouse, caret ak
er s cottage, blacksmith's shop and
stables, all of which are in excel
lent condition; were built with the
'members-' physical and financial
resources. The clubhouse has a
water cooler and refrigeration for
children's lunches and soft drinks
for their convenience when, they
make a day of it at the clup.
Much time is snent in eroomins
the horses,! and the excellent
training afforded children in the
responsibility of owning horses is
invaluable.
Current members. arid their hors
es are: Betty Joyce1 Boatwright
(Dolly), Gloria Ely (Flame). Ro
berta Evans (Stormy), Linda Hart
(El Lindo), Jeannine Herbert (To (To-nvl.
nvl. (To-nvl. Sharon Phelan (Gineer). Cant.
and Mrs; Schwartzman (Dilly,
Dawn Song), Janice Scott M-
nafch), Jimmy LeeSlover (Cin (Cindy),
dy), (Cindy), Diane Sparks (Bullet, Bob
Sprague (Sonny), Marshal and Ja
net Sutherland (Penny) and Ca
rol Wentsler (Honey),
ffhree foals, Prince, Princess
and Bambi, are owned by Betty
Joyce Boatwright. Jimmy Lee Slo
ver and the Sutherlands, respec
tively, and complete the stables
occupancy.
Present (officers bf the club
are: uapt. h. j. schwartsman.
president; W. H. Hebert, vice
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BOM SPKAGTJE, JSANN1NE HEBER AND CAROL WENTSLER.

president: Mrs. Mildred Wentzler,
secretary; and. Eldon Phelan ana
Cam. E. G. Evans, stewards.
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