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"the' Superior .Tribunal we?e getting; everything in readings for the opening tomorrow
of the Lg-delayed trial of Ruben a.Mlro, charged th th. 1955 as.a.s.nat.on of.
President Jose A. Remon. , :
t The trial is scheduled to get underway at o a.m. w.m u.o '-"f"
if' Dre-triar orediction. are' correct, tK seven men or women who w. I be chosen to
"act as jurors will have
I It is estimated that
RUBEN O. MIRO
' Alleged slayer
j t jf wftu iWi
JTJSTICE vr De GRACIA
Presiding Judge,. z
Ariny Trims FpirceSr
Dut Does Hot Plan
16 Close Any sl$
The Army announced today it
Jhp6 announced yeiterdiy
it would cut manpower """
PPnters in this country by
Army centers in
Sit' Jun& 30 .to- help corop.y
,ith the Detense vueFWMMv-..
Economy, drive. But it sam r
mld not close any major posts
' WUber M
Brucker lso announced that the
ii-mM-ori T i v i s i o n at Fort
IiiTt would he inactivated,
. 'aid it would be partially re-
i w- activation of, an arm
ored combat ommand.'.nd
training center t Foot Polk.
rdor W former De-
tannm SBcretarv CharleS iE., Wil-
Vio 'armpd. forcei must trim
nhnoft wiftn from their" roils by
the' -close of this -'. iiscal ; year
June 30. Half of the total cut fell
on the Army,, ; y,
Closing of some posts tiad once
'been considerea. uur erucKer iu
h ipw roiline could be carried
out 'by reducuig. the number, of
men at most posts. S6me units
will be transferred and other re
! 5 Wilson ordered th economy
drive to enable the armed forces
in stay within their 38 DUUOB 0.01
ar budget ceiling. In -carrying H
; nut. th services nave motn
i balled ships, elosed 'storage and
other, depots and stretched ; out
j tome procurement programs. f
, -The Army said tie, manpower
reductions t major posts would
" include: '-J.- -t--
Fort Benning, Ga., .500 men;
Fort Bragg, Ji.Cl; 4,500, and Fort
Gordon, Ga., 8,000, ;.
Coat Milk .Tastes.
MAtISON, fwis fUPli .The
wife of .poetCari ;-Sandburg has
blamed comic strips ior giving
people the idea goat milk is ob objectionable."
jectionable." objectionable." tt H ' K:
i Goat milk, row mi!k, there is
I'O difference In taste, she said.
College experiments have borne
.this out, Mrs, Sandburg laid.
We just serve It at our house,"
she said. "If you don't tell them,
. they don't -know the difference."
- Mrs. Sandburg, of Flat Rock,
K.C is director of the American
Milk Goat Record Assn. which is
holding it aatiomleonfrenr
ku.vttindintolMt minute fixtures'
are correct, trVe seven men or women wno w... -to
forego the Independence Day holidays which begin Nov. (I.
t the trial will Jast three weeks, or longer i
Ntewsisatoer sources speculated
thaf. the exhumation of
tjtie bodies Of Remon and Danl Danl-lo
lo Danl-lo Sousa; a Panama City-athlete
who was also killed during the
shooting on Jaiu 2. as. wiu o
reouested by he, defense. rv
' Another source estimated that
exrPresldent Jose Ramon Gulza-
do, who was tried ana;, conviciea
by-the National Assembly as en
accessory to the murder. "wnl be
called to the: witness stand Tues Tues-dav
dav Tues-dav mortilni. Gulzado, hss been
cnWeA ni,A witness bv Special
Prnspcunr Romulrt Escobar..:
Six others will face the oar of
justice alon with Miro:
edly drove Miro to the .scene of
thft' assassination. '
- Rodolfo St. Malo. Gul?ido's
business associate who Is eharg-
H fcith heina aw accessory ana
aeting as '-me ru-ociwccu
Miro and Ouizado, '
vAmrAn Teiada. a xormer ca
det who allegedly brourht to
Panama the machtnegun used In
the killing., 5.
Jl:rs And Stirpes
j y -i si-.
fivr.1t, THE SOUTH FtLE"Oct.
19 Delayed) IV?) -Ki U.S. flag
urn VPS t O roudlv atop a pole
jammed, into. an empty oil drum
at the bottom oi xne woria.
, I mw the flaa from the U.S.
Afr'. Force lobemaster which
made the first airdrop of mail,
fresh' food Supplies" and Other
equipment to- the 18 men at the
Navy's South Pole base-in eight
'We have vou in sight you are
bi and beautiful," the radio
crackled in the lumbering four
eneined aerial freighter. The mes
sace came' from the men who
had '"wintered over" at the pole
for the first time in history, cut
off from the outside world except
The plane went down to 750
feet in preparation for the air
drop. The terrain below looked
like a Midwest prairie after a
blizzard.. The ; 'half -dozen small
buildings which' make up the base
were impossible to see until- we
were almost on top. of them.
We; watched as, the packages
dropped out of the open cargo
hatch and parachuted downward
''on, the targets The supply drop
was completed In eight seconds.
V A radio message from the base
said: all "work came to a dead
halt after the droo and everybody
is reading mail.'' It r added that
the men' "Intended' to have the
Ifreshly-kHled chickens tried for
Members of the plane'i crew
Included T.Sgt. Robert Robertson,
Asheville,- N.C. Airman- 2C Don
ald G." Semones, iiuisviue, va.,
T.Sgt. Efranin P.r .Delgado, Mi Miami,.
ami,. Miami,. Fla. and 'Airman 2C Bobby
Hi Bruee;-Baxter, Teniv v C vv
C. David Schine
To Marry Former
NEW YORK (UP) G. David
Schine, the private who filaved a
leading role in the Army-McCar-
tny. Hearings, will marry a former
miss universe wiuun ,a few
weeks- r .. '..(:,- v,1';:?
'f --' '. t.
Schine. 30, took out a license to
marry HtUevi A. K.'Rombin, 24,
the lovely blonde who was Miss
Universe of 1955. They, would not
say exactly when they will be
married, only that it would be in
a few weeks. vi - --
The heir to a botel fortune was
engaged two years ago to actress
Piper Laurie. The couple-even
took -wit '- a licence. but later
called the whole thing off., v.
With Roy Cohn," Schine was a
controversial investigator for the
late Sen. Joseph R. McCrthy-
(R-.wts.) ana gamed national at attention
tention attention as the private in a "doc "doctored"
tored" "doctored" p i e t n r e taken with the
then-Secretary of the Army Rob
ert T. Stevens.
today while personnel of
I.nU r. Hernandez and Camilo
Ronzalez. who helped Tejad to
sell the weapon ps Miro.
Teresa Castro, to whose home
Miro alleeedlv took the, weapon
of tor the assassination, tine
weapon was later found In the
home of Miro's father, the .late
Justice Vitello fle oracia,
who will preside over the trial,
has ruled that testimony re,
quested by, both the defense
and the prosecution will not
be taken from any of the ac accused,
cused, accused, because "according1 te
the law they would not be un un-tiiad
tiiad un-tiiad wltnewes.
Other participants In theJirlal
District Attorney Franciscq
f?nprial nrosecutor uus i.-
Abrahams, who will handle the
prosecution against Miro
sneciai proseuuwi numuw
Escobar, who will prosecute St
Ramon Palacios, aiternare xo
Miro, wh9twill conduct his own
"Guillermo Marquez Briceno
-Luis Morales Herrera, who will
defend Telada and Hernandez.
-Jose Felix Henriquez, Hyams"
Rodrieo Molina. Gonzales de
' Dr. Fenpe J. Escooar, wno wiu
defend Mrs. Castro.
After the selection of the. jury,
thk nxt ten in the trial will be
the readinir of the indictment,
which consists of 100 pages, In
addition to 50 pages containing
the confirmation of the Indict Indictment
ment Indictment by the Supreme court.
This will be followed by the
opening address for the prose prosecution
cution prosecution by the District Attorney.
The entire proceedings of the
trial will be broadcast in Span
ish over a local radio networK.
Navy Cuts Back
WASHINGTON, Oct. 18 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The Navy announced today it is
cutting back two airplane, con contracts
tracts contracts by 21 million dollars as part
of its economy campaign,
The Navy said it was reducing
its order for WV2 super-Constella
tions by 15 and its order for, T2vl
Seastar jet trainers by 100.
Both planes are being built by
Lockheed at Burbank, Calif,
MONDAY OCT. 21
Unusual Check Raises Gifts
For CZ United Fund To $3000
Over $3,000 In. gifts from Pana Panama
ma Panama and Canal Zone business firms
and individuals has been received
so far as. a direct result of its,
special gifts solicitation program,
Canal Zone United Fund, officials
announced today. j
Pleased with the response by the
sixth day of th $134,000 campaign
to its special gifts solicitation,
which principally came from sev seven
en seven companies, fund officials em emphasized
phasized emphasized that they were confident
that many more business firms
would make significant donations
to United Fund in the coming we
of the drive. . v -. v -
The special gifts solicitation of
business firms is completely sep separate
arate separate from the employe solicitation
program within the four major Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone agencies supporting the
drive. Under the United Fund slog slogan,
an, slogan, "one day's pay is the fair-share
way", the Panama Canal Co. -Canal
Zone government is seeking to
raise $65,660, 11.$,, Army Caribbean
$48,240, Caribbeaa Air Command
$9,380, and 15th Naval District $10,
720. : -': v :
One of the most unusual dona
tions received from a- business
firm came from John V. Carter,
local contractor, who made his gift
of $600 to United Fund on the back
of a menu.
- It happened this way. As Acting
Governor. Bugh Arnold left (he
rtm III 14
lytl !,' Mil thM till t i i -rltHklv, 'Stf
if f rrHT ROLL'EM Director George MsGowen (center), gives the signal to start shoot-
jungle Warfare Training ; Movie Being
Made Here For, Sordiers'r'Qrientaiiorf
t" T-V n.prv avi F IR.: t Jungle Warfare Training' Cen- f erage sttldiet tear oMM ion-
a M a Bfl V fi A YLE JR.
r "Pick up his shoulder," shout shouted
ed shouted the director ''
A stagehand standing knee knee-deep
deep knee-deep In grass artfully concen concentrated
trated concentrated sun rays on the shoulder
of the soldier before the earner-
"Pick up the edge of he bay bayonet,"
onet," bayonet," again shouted the direc
Another stagehand, wno was
SITH fill i 1 M U M. IlllXl. VilAAa, vv......
i...ijn MiAfAh nnr nfl imn
nf nmhwiio ants, focused hie re-
flection board on the requested
"All right, roll em, wa "the
ritmctor. Then. "uut. y xnen
"Print'em." ... v.
Army a la Hollywood is toiuu
evidence on the Isthmus tnese
days as the movie crew from the
Army Pictatorial center contin continues
ues continues its shooting schedule of a
nrap warfare training film.
. "Roll'em, was the sound that
greeted the photographer ana
me as the narrow, muddy, ovcr ovcr-erown
erown ovcr-erown Jungle trail we were travV
elini? suddenly emerged on a
scene, of bustling activity. ,
There 1 camouflaged soldiers,
one wi'th an M-l rifle and two
with a 30 cal. machine ; gvn,
crept stealthily through the
dense growth, suddenly fell to
the ground, assembled the ma machine
chine machine gun" and blastedr' away.
"Cut," came the call again..
The sounds came, from di di-'
' di-' rector George R. McGowcn.
His actors, all men from the
annual Canal Zone Girl Scouts dinner-meeting
"(the local council of
the Girt Scouts of America is a
participating agency ..in United
Fund) held last Thursday at the
Fort Amador Open- Mess Carter
handed him a piece- of paper -torn
from the evening' menu. On the
paper a note was written to Car
ter's, bank. to, pay, $500 to United
Fund.. K '-.tp '
' Airnoufin wnvguai, rite porso-
nal chck" was eompltly Valid
as was found out by Arnold whan
N prespntod the check te United
Fynd hoadquarters In the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Clubhousa, which In tvra do do-peiitcd
peiitcd do-peiitcd it -te th fund's account
later n the day. i
. Other major gifts received from
companies in the first .six, days
were: National Distillers, $1000: L.
R. Sommer, contractor, $500: Na
tional Brewery, $250; H. I. Homa
Company, $200; Cia. Panamefia de
Fnerza T Lux. SlOO: and Standard
Fruit Compny, $100.: Addition 1
smaller gifts from business-' firms
and Individuals totaled over $300.
The Canal Zone t United Fund,
which opened its sii-week drive en
October 14, expects te have its first
overall contributions tabulation
posted early next week. This will
include all employe (civilian and
military) donations to date as well
as the special gift received by
tef, sat nown to taxe a Dre-r
As 1. further x surveyed" the
scene I saw. two latge 35mm
movie cameras shielded from
the iste morning; sun by giant
umbrellas, prop men setting up
the next scene nearby, addi additional
tional additional factors'' being rehearsed
for coming scenes and stage-
- d lnStead
of lights, Not ft moment was
The v cameras hummed again
rc.n ViA nffaint
and its shell exploded against
the top of a tree demonstrating
another tactic In Jungle war warfare.
fare. warfare. :;" v
All of the scenes In this movie
are being shot in the Jungle area
of the large Port Sherman res reservation
ervation reservation Getting to where they
were shooting was enough to
convince me of that. The maca macadam
dam macadam highway had dwindled
gradually into an almost im impassable
passable impassable jungle road a mile be before
fore before we reached the movle-jnak-ers.
Both civilian and military per
Bumici niaac w.v. 1""""""-"
crew, which expects io
shooting by Dec. 15.
The movie is aesignea pri primarily
marily primarily to break down the av-
On Water Wagon
COtUMBUS. Miss. "(UP) The
man on the local water wagon
has been accused of drunkenness.
Mrs. Iva Barrow, operator of a
fish bait shop, alleges in a $38,584
civil suit that Willie Nash jr.,
Nearo. was drunk when he droye
the city's street sprinkler into her
Among the casualties, accord
ing to Mrs. narrows complaint,
were $120 worth of crickets and
$29.95 worth of worms.
Dean Ok Press Club Compliments Queen
Following yjal At Washington
WASHINGTON (UP) Lord
Altrincham, meet Mr. Wooton.
He says it just aint so that
crack of yours a while back in
London about Queen Elizabeth be being
ing being a "stilted" speaker.
v Paul Wooton of the New Orleans
Times Picayune told her highness
that as talker, ; she's "just splen splendid."
did." splendid." :
' The desn of presidents of the
National Press I Club seemed to
have- plenty of colleagues ready
to stand by him, judging from the
warmth of a reception given the
Queen and Prince Philip by the
Washington press corps. .; j r V.
The Queen has been under fire
back home from Altrincham sad
1 . ... ..... .j-., 1 i -V. v .. i '.',... r'BTM
. -' "-;-
effective training. It wi'l at
tempt to orient individual tn
protecting ? themselves and, on
bow to be more comfortable in
the Jungle. ;
-Members of the movie crew
from the Pictorial Center on
Long Island are: George R. Mc Mc-Gowen,
Gowen, Mc-Gowen, director; First Lt. Jason
B. Goldman and Fred Baldasart-,
assistant directors; Second Lt,
Dalton o. Lancaster, unit man manager
ager manager Frank T fiXgon6.lz2Z, chief
cameraman; Sfc Gulllo 3. Calic Calic-chio,
chio, Calic-chio, pvt. Burdell C. Schwiebert
and Pvt. Thdmas F. Goslni,
fomerampn- Pharle B. Adee and
John Oates, stagehands and
James ,A. McGrath, property
Fishing Boat Picks
Out 01 Atlantic
LA CORUNA, Oct.
American pilot Bill
19 (UP) J J-Wyatt.
Wyatt. J-Wyatt. at-
yv-jte mpting a non-stbp flight
i...ulfrom Galveston. Tex., to Koran
. ,. ...U.J I- fk
111 U B1I1AU piaixc lyaoi.iru WJ'U
Atlantic early today and was
rescued lmmedlateiysby ft Span Spanish
ish Spanish fishing boat.
The boat, the Virden De Buen
Consejo, brought Wyatt to La
Coruna, a fishing port on the
northwest tip of the Spanish
coast, some 400 miles west of the
French cltv of Bordeaux, where
he had been expected to landjgy. gnOW
because nis piane was running
out of gas.
First reports said Wyatt's
plane, a small four-seater Moo-
ney Mark 20, was forced into a- jet -engine, Ir Tempo said. It cou-storm-tossed
Atlantic, off the- pies the -advantages ef. a missile
coat when snow piled up on( minimum takeoff space, high speed
its wings. and deadly accuracy ; with some-
He radioed his position before thing the missile can't do return
going down. home. 1"'"
critics for her speaking
But she was relaxed -at Thurs Thursday's
day's Thursday's gathering of 2,000 capital
newsmen and drew several ap appreciative
preciative appreciative laughs when she de departed
parted departed from a prepared speech.
She glanced at the 'jammed
Hotel Sutler ballroom after read reading
ing reading from the text that Washington
bad the jargest press corps in the
world and ad-libbed: ? 1
"And I can will understand tt."
She drew' laughter with I Ire Ire-mark
mark Ire-mark to the reporters,' am
aware this visit has caused you a
I lot of extra worx.
When she finished, Wootna saidi
' Canal Zone pilots are looking forward with keen fnf
terest to Wednesday when the final oral arguments in
their $2,000,000 pay suit will be heard in U.S. District
Court at Ancon. t
This marks the final phase' of the suit in whicrjthey
seek to recover overtime, holiday, travel and other; com,
pensation they claim is due them since1 July 1, 1951.' k
This is the second suit the pilots have filed against
the Panama Canal Company. They won their first su in-
August. It covered a period
today expressed themselves as
Old-tirne. P"ots with the Canal
added that they felt the importance
of tins' esse could ',T0t be "over "overestimated"
estimated" "overestimated" since it would establish
a complete .pay scale. for pilots
hh pilots' Wahln9ton attorney,,
WiJHam S. Tyson is oe to arrive
-wuth.,.ti--ooinrrav fw "tho
-ctt Hn he wiH ii
'atlortiey' Charles RamirtS i
prtstntlns the pilett' Views.
i The. oral arguments, ut- has es estimated,
timated, estimated, will probably tkae 11
dsy Wednesdayi j
Pilots who had fxpected action
iWhe'case back- in August were
disappointed at that time when the
litigation was postponed for final
oral arguments in October, due to
the absence on the Isthmus of one
of the Panama Canl Company
lawyers who was wprking on the
case;'1 ' '" ,
The pilots are seeking overtime
and other spectai compesauuu u.r
der the 1949 CalassificatioDv Pay
The lawvers' reoly brief, which
answers, the company's arguments
ROME, Oct. 19 (UP) Italy is
developing a revolutionary man manned
ned manned missile which experts .consi .consider
der .consider "the defense weapon of v the
future," ; the-Borne newspaper II
Tempo said, today.
The newspaper said the designs
of missile and jet plane bad arous aroused
ed aroused "lively interest.'amohg U S.
experts" and were far superior to
similar British nrototype dis
played at last month's Farnborough
The lnew. wespoj designed by
Ttt' -too aviation techni
cian- Sersio Stefanuttl and still
in the nlanninc stand. Is an inter
' "Your Majestyr that was just
This drew a ripple o? apprecia;
five chuckles, and .there were
more when Wooton referred to
Philip as the man who-wo the
most desirable prise in the
' For a second, the Queea .appear .appeared
ed .appeared not to understand the compli
ment Philm Biditl her and
whispered M her ear. Then the
Queen's face lit up with a delight delighted
ed delighted smile. f f. ., i
Nearly everyone shook bands
with theJ royali couple, passing
through the receiving line at a 25 25-minute
minute 25-minute clip. Occasionally the
smooth flow was held up when
Philip took a few friendly seconds
to chat with -one of the corre-
.Many pilotswho consider the oral.orgumentsvon
Wednesday .fls the Vfinal step" in the case before Dis District
trict District Courfiudae' Guthrie F. Crowe makes his decision
t H I I
up until July, 1951.
being "very hopeful" pf the
contends that m Pilot Robert F.
Boyd, the plaintiff, has thp legal
capacity to bring the suit in he-
half of 75 other pilots that i the
Canal ZoneCouit has. correctly
neia mat &ect. 202 (8; of the 1913
Act applies to the pilots (2) tho
defendant (the Panama Canil r.nm-
pany) has arbitrarily refused l
comply wuit tmt provision nl law,
and (3).'the Canal, Zon Court
has the pwer to review and li
grant a Droonate relief in this
that the Company has failed to es establish
tablish establish that it-is entitled rto "re'
cover-from the pilots, any amount
which has been paid In excess of
What the 1949 Act nrnvirfps- that
the pilots have sued within.- the
ume specmea oy Uie law.
The appendix f tho bHf fit.
ed on Aug- 21, i behalf of the
pilots qootw e decision of May
S, 1957 by tho O. S, Cuort of
Claims, which, ruled in favor of
the pilots In on overtime pay
claim against the Canal,
That action enverpri hp nmrinA
from July 1, 1945. the date of th
enactment of the first Classifica
tion Pay Act, to July 1, 1951, the
date of the incorporation' of the
Canal Company. t
The Dilots Won! theirfirjsf !nit
last August when: they learned
from Washington" tht the" Solici
tor General of the .United; States
stated be would not appeal the de
cision of the Court of Claims ia
the suit which ran to about $200..
000. Pilots; then too were seeking
to recover compensation for- un
paid overtime waees earned tin to
The suit shich now comes betv
uie Ancon coun on weanesris
. ... :
tor nnai. oral arguments covers
the period from July, 1951 to the
Wife Of Counlcrjpy
Reporters Gave J:r
"EATONTQWN, N.Ji Oct. 19
fUP) The wife of an American
Arrny sergeant whoftDDflVfcnf'v
served as a U S. countertpyr -in
Russia charged, last ntsbt fhat
reporters had given hern yery
diiferent version 01 nee hus husband's
band's husband's role; ':--i.s"
; Mrs. Ror Rhodes,' of Mitchell,
Dr.; said he wa ''very much re
lieved" at the, report hr hus
band apparently served U.S.. in
terests- wruie. stationed at tne
US-' Embassy in Moscow. ; 1
Rhodes role in Moscow came
out yssitefday In New York dur
ing the trial or tuegea Bovif s
master: any Rudolph -Ivanovich
Abel, which is to resume Mon Monday
day Monday hi New York.'
"The reporters wno caned; me
during the night dldnt give me
that impression" Mrs. Rhodes
said. "They told me he had tstn
connected witn a soviet espion espionage
age espionage ring, and that It loo very
serious for him." J ,-
A microfilm Introduced attve
trial revealed a Russian ck ;m
of recruitlnf Rhodes tor espin-
e service vhPw he was station stationed
ed stationed at the VS. Embassy.
. Rhodes is whedulPd ta test.:?
aS a government witness at t!
trial next week. His full roi
not come out until that time.
It wa presumed, howo o.
that Rhodes, who Is still fa tw
Army, actusHy was r-"ru.ti
with the full knowle:!? ei
tcaa ia'-e jence i:ri -i
THE SITNDA7 AMERICAN",
SUNDAY, OCTOBER ZO, 15 f
; ? the Manama American ? v V
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.a, I1' t MAMMODIO AHIAS, SDITOa .ti v. ..'.... ...
afei 4xf7, armirr r O eo U4. Manama. a. F.f Kf H
Tuimow a-O740 B Lima! -v
... Cabci Acdmm pAmaiwican Panama r
CatN OCIOtl 11.(70 ClHTAAL AVINUt CTWttM HfM NO 1ST lTHIt
' 'I PoaaiaN hiprimntativm. jobhua rows
14S Maim aon Ave. Nsw VoaK. (17) t 1.
m MONTH. IN 70
K SIX MONTHS. IN ADVANCE 0
a n year in aovanci
THE MAIL BCai
PICAZON'S PAINFUl DUTY
. 'KstimoHni friends:
.f Jt pains me deeply to have to criticize bUr friends ttorthtVie
' Korte America. Eut hi the interest of bhe'bfTrfy' deepest' beliefs
I earnot do no less. That belief, dear amigos and I rise In hom hom-ge'i:la
ge'i:la hom-ge'i:la the sanctity of personal liberty. The. great democracy
'. tff-'the north otherwise known as the EEUU,.has Jlttle regard if
- ny tor the sanrJty of personal liberty. Here In Pananaa. we
. tjt full of it. ,. ..'',
Tor example: Just a short, time ago I read in the local press
that the judge of the Balboa court fined a young man for shoot-'
ingfct birds with an air rifle and the rifle was confiscated. 1
fJM"l0 understand mis. in a democratic state now can a judge
- fake away a gun from an individual who was only exercising
ilia Personal liberty and lights Just for shooting at birds?
I In Panama no Judge would dare do such a thing. In Pan-
K'amji everybody snoot birds. They trap them and sell them on
SEeHghways and fri the markets. It is the right of any person
fto shtbt and trap and sell birds and who can say him nay? Every
Panamanian child, from the time he" can toddle to the time he
jcan"lift a rifle or shotgun, carries sling shots, from Bella Vista
to San Miguellto tc Santiago de Veraguas. Every bird is a tar-
Jfcet to be shot or trapped. And generally is.
For another example: At the million-dollar racetrack known
s President Remon, they built a beautiful lake and stocked it
Jwlth beautiful flamingos and birds of color. Then some wild
duck .oulchichis cprnn in and swam around with the flaminr.os.
- iTh .employes at tfieace track, exercising their personal liberty
dwntcti tn Panama is sacreo, went nome ano came Dae wiui
tanritpunK nnd phot the cuicolchl flamineos and ether birds: The
- !jake looks a little bare now, it's true, with no birds in it. But stilj;
s. 'the management of Presidente Remon Race Track, in granting
Permission to its employes to shoot the birds, showed how high-
wy it regarded tne sanctity 01 personal noerty.
I To show to what n high degree this is carried in Panama,
fl "lallenge anyone to give rne another example anywhere in the
; jAnwricas where the birds on a race track pool were shot to pre-
Cserv the sanctay of persona HDerty. No, mis amigos, ire thu
- treggrd; Panama sets the example. .. t
j fif course, there artn't many birds left in Panama but then
iwjrW'eares abut brds so lone as Vre UDhold, the sanctltv of ner-
r' WolJjrllberty, which iv Panama is more sacred than anything
: (vmvtm& wnu, 1 asu, v.uuia nave it uuici wjse f
' i Another example ot bow the authorities of the (treat .flemo-
?ccr"6f the north (EEUU) crush' personal liberty fo thejlifth
- ihijnifd manner in-wbich their police ofticiafc .rti'tse MkXfrtqe
.Pejwts lor &ome irucKs to enter tne canai zpne. Tnis,- mind
fyo. jta the questionable and dictatorial opinion.that the trucks
-arfntensaie and should not be permitted to operate on the
stsets of tlie Zonr-. This is plainly discriminatory at)d against
Jthft, personal liberty of those poor men ,who are only trying ta
,: Ixcbtiii honest Uvjtig Is it their fault thatihelr trucks rare in
faWttgerou cotwtparr They; are poor people- and .caniiotsat
;foJew trucks like our rich; neighbors of the north; These1 poor
pecpli make a Jiving hauling freight from the Panama freight
, Jhuse to other pbirits.'
What shall tliey do when the freight house is located in the
tZoneVand they cannot eet cermissiOn to operate their trucks In
ithfc Zdtie simply foifvthe unacceptable reason that the trucks ace
, nrfdjtnger 01 latnrr to pieces? wnose, raiuiijiie inarawouia;aii5e
tf know? Are these men to be deprived of the rignVof personal"
tuuerty, uie uui w earn an iiuiiesi living, u? Meea wieir wives
' land children? Just because the authorities in, the Canal Zon
,arbitvarily say that the trucks do not meet minimum safely
'. istandards? I challence thU;, The trucks painspecttonln
.iPanama. 'don't they?- How come?. If thev ari cood enoueh- fnir
Panama thei should be good enough for the Canal Zone which
-' 1M 4iii 11 ouniinlli. VoJ .(. bum.
By PETER EDSON
WASHINGTON (NKA) It's
all a question of "thrust."
Cocktail party experts on every-
mine xrom looiDaii ralinss and
Nicky Khrushchev's "line" to a-
tomic bombs and the Russian bal
listic missiles now nave to master
the jargon of thrust; ,f
It's thrust that puts rockets Into
the air and thrust that enabled the
Russians to launch': 184-pound sa
tellite at the edge of the atmos
phere while the United States ii
still monkeying around on the
ground witn six and z2-pound Jods.
rnrust is measured in eoundu of
iorce. it isn i pounds per square
inch and it isn't horsepower,, eith either,
er, either, though many people confuse
the two. Thrust is lift.-Anvone lift-
mg a 10-pound weight off the floor
is exerting io pounds of thrust.
a rocKei engine used to lux a
missile, and satellite consists funda
mentally of a combustion chamber,
fuel supply mechanisms, and an
exahust nozzle. i i; ;
ii tne- nozzle has a one square
inch throat and if the fuel burn
ing in the combustion chamber de
velops pressures of 100 pounds per
square inch, the thrust will be
loo pounds. -j"
If the rocket engine develops
100 pounds of thrust and ttio roc roc-kot
kot roc-kot doos not tnovo that -is If
it doesn't lift its own -wolrht
thtn no horsapowor is dove loped.
Horsepower is force multiplied
Dy distance divided by tune. So
uie way me engineers llgure It,
100 pounds of thrust, developing a
speed of 375 miles an hour io what
ever they are lifting, would repre
oem iuu norsepower oi work-.
To measure thrust, engineers at.
tacn laooratory model rockets to
scales and actually "weigh" the
tnrust. Alter conducting enoueh
experiments of this kind with dif-
ierent lueis, the engineers research
rocket 72 leet long and 45 inches
in diameter at base. Each' stage
has its own combustion chamber
aua tuei tanxs.
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FAITH AND CONFIDENCE This "photo of a friendly policeman and a small and trusting
my nas urcumc a minor sensation, everyone who has seen It has Been moved by it, FBI Director
J. Edgar Hoover declare4 it ''worthy of a prize.' Bill Beall, veteran, Washington (D.C.) Daily News
photographer; midf'this remarkable study in human relations while covering a recent celebra celebration
tion celebration InOinatewijvTh politeman, Pvt. M. J. Cullinane, was warning iwo-year-old Allen 'Weaver,
cf Arlington, Va to keep clear of the fireworks. i r i, s v
v -in closing, letme ne cnat r gnever overTOisTbasicanjt W
the character nf the Nortj? Amerlcanns their rpYiiRnl tn rnimiM
that every individual lias personal liberty whiqii is sacred. ?
Note: Whether -Juan Picazon y Garrapata admits it "or not,
, .we ARE primotrhemtanos,, first cousins. Old Pablq Picazon y Pi Pi-.cazon'had
.cazon'had Pi-.cazon'had the' fastest mule in Panama and the distance from
'Guayabal to Guai;umal is an overnight hap& a steed of that
icalibre..,So thereCThough actually, I do not .see ..-why i' slioul
'oe ragging ou Mitll just lor.tne record,. Aitet.aJUVwho.Js Juan
- Picazon y Garrspata, but a simple empTbye of the great govem-
JilSPv0 tne norm, tjiuy.
The first stagtf is the Martin Vilr
mg rocket with General
engine, ft, develops 27,000 pounds
ui iiiiuau ii wiii mi TIM vphlclB
36 miles in about two minutes, 22
seconds, in which time it will
burn up all its fuel. Then thlrfirirt
"8ine ano empty fuel tnk drop
The ..ZS T This piece is not aimed at any
which iSZiJtL-"i Kiow, in parucular, but
I SSuMi is interesting to report jthat in
TlTd the other 4ay.an-;,01d
pounds of thrust """ Bailey jury let a man OH a mur-
' When it h rtn'r- it .i. .j der hook whenjie killed his wife.
Jy BOB VRUARK
dropped off. the TfhMJrt.vr.. Th charge was reduced irom tour-
takes ever with' only 2 300 pounds and he was
of thrust. 3 lven 9Dlyve years hecaase ?he
I Two eneineaarepS h,.m-ij fat toomc nagger.
ihis 'itigeebe 'by raCentr. 1 k?e? tPlJln lama thaI Jt ,s
Rocketo.rthff 3rtwlrttS?t?f ot m atural "cUnaUon to Stove
BalllsUcs "2322, J,,pomWM)(W?
fuel, instead of the iiHv": t love her dear and would really
J; t, JQae knowiour shirts are sloppy,
Realise our pants are snug.
we Visit m tne n)te ciuds,
That's the place to "cut a rug."
; Why stay home and moan like Lizzie,
, That the woud has passed you by ?
Stick your chest out if you've got one;
If;you've none the shop's close by.
Cease your napging and your worry
If your darling s out tonight.
4t's a problem being naughty
When ycu snow your pants are tight.
uuaucui 4111-n ran
. ., ( Whoever ,that. is).
tl Aftor rpflrllncr fill- tVto fipHnlac urittAn K. tv.A r j n
. f. o -- -w ....ww.i wit utna uuiis ttllli
f f jaaes, I would like to make one short comment: If we all knew
-,, jiu umes as mucn as tno Levis wearers think thev know we
jrouwnt oe too smari, either, because. 10 tones. nothing is still
I -10 A Buddy
Yl: VVHn nrTK tot tit iwnvipw
DeDartment of Defense reculn-Mnn 'atafa- 'that ,mifn-
, Mersonnel in the Armed services should hot perform duties which
I may be accomplished by civUiairworkersv:UfJiBie department
rvuia nve up io us own regulations many civilians1 here would
jpot be faced w:th the prospect of betog jobless' while ftaiiveicl-
tlzen hold their lobs with Amprrnln niii tim
- -v ( rj v'6 iaAC3
for def prise
Jf Recently 15 American citizens, all veterans, were given re re-jfluctlon
jfluctlon re-jfluctlon in force notices at Corozal motor pool, with non-US ci ci-Jjlzens
Jjlzens ci-Jjlzens being retained in the same pool.
Is this tho way to say thanks to our vets, using our tax.mon tax.mon-tV
tV tax.mon-tV 10 fuPPrt non-citizeiis at the expense of US citizens who also
fjiave to feed and clothe their families? z
and kerosine of th firt ..
;,Jhe.wrd,"stagLe enW will pro pro-S"
S" pro-S" lasWf "e thrust
rcu i" ena me satellite on
its, way at 18,000 mph, 300 miles
-fl- u v ve lne eartn 8 surface,
t. "tne average altitude
at which the Russian sputnik soars.
whiiil m. b" .,hn,,t l"stion
which U.S. scientists and onoi-
th!'S, "' rocket
- -c4? ,lK?m take 27-W0 Pounds
of initial thrust to get the US. 20
inch, 72-pound satellite off the
fXJ.lAbe necessary for
Tin. IT, t-uave 8 rocket en engine
gine engine at least eight and a third times
moon t0 th0ir 184 Wd
nfTw? Wuld meJan an initiI thrust
Of 225.000 nounrlc Th- u i
vehicle couldn't beein t8 ,S
lne largest thrust
any U.S. rocket engine is 135 ooo
pounds for the AtlasTnterconUne
tal ballistic missile Th am..
two engines ia "tandem, so'It ha
The L TW Si t70'000 pounds pounds-i
i pounds-i i Jh,ornd JuP,ter missiles
5ouVSdsn,tla, 8ts 01 125'
stJn3Htil r w' countries
stand in the race for thrust.
J"" A1VUJ6.UES fUP.U-Mill
ldeiit.Andrew N. Jergens, 75. was
'e?leray by his second
wife. Mrs. Jergens said her hus-
a t0 EurPe without her
and to other daces without toil
ing me that he was going." She
said traveling with him mart kn.
ill and .gave her the hives. Mrs
Jergens was awarded custody of
meir cnuoren, tnzaDeth, 7, and
John, 5. .-
AfOWAS PANAMA AVfiWAYf
Today't jy Progi am
?15 b WorU Uvinf Sf Ed Sullivan
i o nany uwn
J 00 Th Last Wort
1 30 TV Cama of the Weak
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IS CFTt MEWS - i" 1 1 vwi rrw vrut ?. V
Jif X,r ' 11 auatka aaa Aavaniura.'
T-tO boimiI Montaumaii pieaiuU .
00 Dangcraui AnignoMM
a .JW nian Lw
10 M Readcn Oigcat
! 30. What's My Una
Comtery of Aerertaa fanama AlrwaT
. PHONES:. PANAMA: 3-10573 16983 1699
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rather use a pistol, except for the
fear of warm trousers m that well well-known
known well-known hot squat. But this business
in England puts; another face on
It seems this fellow that done
in his ever-lovmg was a -mild, sort,
so mild that his love-bug kept af
ter him for a divorce.
She kept waking him upt might
sftpr nioht 4a-ask, him when he
was going to file; and one night,
more in nightmare than in anger,
he just sort of kind of throttled
It's a lovely quote from the wlr
dower: "She kept waking me up
and asking me what 1 was going
to do. I had.no sleep at sJl mat
night. Sometime it was dajflight
I found she had her hand on my
throat. The next thing I remem remember.
ber. remember. I was sitting on the side of
the bed holding her neck hi my
Said counsel for the" defense':
"This man had no sleep and this
bappend at a time; when some
people say life is at its thinnest
edge. I submit this is a genuine
case of provocation which has dn
ven this man beyond the limits Of
Well. now. me and Mama got a
long history of nag, nag, nag, with
her always at me for more house
money and why didn't I do tius
and how come I forgot to mall the
letters, rfnd why don't I get out
of here and amke her some money
like the other men do.
One time I try to correct Mama s
lack of social presence with a
short left, after taking 'off her
glasses because I am a gentleman
and glasses are expensive, and she
countered with the rolling-pin so
I give up trying ;o reform her.
But now I am not so sure that i
little trip to England, so see some
shows and... : j
I'm telling you, that England is
the only; p'ace where a man
stands a chance Ihese days. All
you got to. do to get away? with;
nearly anything is say you were
provoked, or that homosexuality i4"
fun, or that you really drdnj know
it was arsenicyou shoved into the
tea.- and they practically decorate
you for what they used to hand
yoii for,. v- $
I never did auite figure but hnw
people who sincerely love or "ief
least uxe eacn other can go on
and on and on i mounting; rheto rhetoric,
ric, rhetoric, knowing doggone wilt thatsthey
are fueling the flames nnrl eettms
a kind of satisfaction out of it.
Maybe Martinis help, but there isn
someuung deeper to the nag 'Business-
r r :( i'.
Built in, I think, in most people over there.
is a secret desire io fuss. A pair
of pants,,' unsent to the cleaners,
constructs, a four-alarm, argument
when the guilty pirty could stop
it all by saying simple :'Tm sorry
I should-have sent the pants to
But it never ends so simply.' At
3 a.m. Ma accuses Pa of having
invented the atom -bomb1, 'although
he can't' change; a 'razor'' blade
without lopping off thumb. And
Pa figures, aloud. 'hat Ma not Only
invented Asian flu but is a typhoid
carrier as well. And the lawyers
get richer all the time...
Nag, nag, hag; So I ain t rich,
and I ainJt pretty, hut I can a-
fford passage to London, my good
woman, and we got a precedent
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v YOU MEWLING PINHFAnS rlnt rla I kau
been SCannin? tho nuhlin nrinta with th inTAnaitu
torm-vyarning-radar, trying to find anyword i -know
how to spefi.. No luck.' j't :
.But. I did light on.apassk I of squeaking and flut.
tenng m the M&iH Box regarding, if I hav sorted it out
correctty, whether Canal 92on Tsenagera should war
pants pr. not. It surprised me, I may say, to find, this an : -issue
for public debate, had thought it more lor less
agreed upon that. desDit th tmnin k.t nan.vkA..i
bworri on;the Zone. s V VV 7
".' In Rome it is all very-well to do'as the'Romis do.
On the Isthmus Gringos do not necessarily' do as the Da.
rien Indians do.' " 1
But back to spelline. It has been whispered to'Tne'
across the uproar in a hop-fragrant oasis that one .of the i.
contestants in. this Pants vs. Pants literarv free-for,all
committed. to -paper, the accusation that the student body, ;
in vnrisioDie is encased in baggy pants. For the benefit
of those who did not receive the first transmission I re
pe&ti Christoble. ,
;, This mystic hamlet is bresumahlv dimlw relate ?
an Atlantic-side poblado of which the excited urchin 1
never aid get around to discovering whether she :wa foiA
or agin wearing pants-must have heard or read- umpteen
times, every day of her life here on the Isthmus. I suppose,
that, in her book, the baggy.panted denizens of Qhristoble
are reel, sKwares, m contrast to Balboa's cul kats;. 5
Me, I dorvt care whether, those who lust after learningV
round ,here eo to school, with their Danta or ; withnnt. I
merely wish they would, quit worrying about these gar-
ments and start worryinff about learninir? omthinr
Whether thev &re. from Chriatffil nr nvahlmu r-
gareeter or Ankon or wherever. 1 "" , i
I had thought they went to school to eet their Dunci
tuation and preposit is in line, ryot their pants. Certain'
it is that if their-Dants are as far out of line as their
punctuation and their; prepositions then wow,, here exist
cause maeed tof te current clamor, in the Mail Box. w
However,-1 go right along with the Teenagers in
they- thesis (or theeziz) that they really have it ruff down
here, .what ,with fP(roWd PairintS and everything. The
Teenagers; want to do What they like, where they like,
when they tike, and, that's all right by me.. it
Permit me discreetly to suggest some fields for such
praiseworthy missionary endeavor:
. INFANTS: Why should thev have to guzzle the.sarrie
crummy formula every feeding time? If it's good enough
for father to have a slug or gin with his oreaKtast cereai,
it's good enough for the kids too. t . :
TODDLERS: Why, should, they have to stay insiae
the vard to olav? If it's food enousrh for Mother to cross
1L. L. Jj, ...I : L !i ...I... .U...IJU'A :
me ousy roaa wnenever arm ibbis una ii, wiij snuuiun i
they? What do you think Washington and Jefferson and
Jimmy Dean fought, for,, anyway? t ;
iKINDERCARTEN .characters:. Why should they, be'
forced to' fool around: with all those, stupid old building
blocks if they don't want to? In thevhame of the liberty
we hold, so dear,' let them spend their days standing on a : ;
bar uttji playing the pmball machine. if .they, want to. y ri
GRADES .1-4i ,Coofy spellinj? and addition (Do they 4
eVer 'latch on to ?that goofy spelline:!) What's the use of t.
spelling now that we have television Instead of books'? '.
Any time there is any call for adding anything Reming-',
ton-Rand ban run it through their Univac. 1 Free these'
kids from medieval .shackles. ? St..,..
GRADES 6-B: Now'Tt's history and thai! sort 'of gar"-
bage. ho cares about all those weird characters 'from,
wayback, Ijke Lewis and Clark, and Rudolf t Valentino, ?
and those creeps? .j r?
GRADE ,8 ON VP appears from Mfeil Box evidence,!
heartcry for freedom going up across the Isthmus as has
not been sounded since the French Revolution- on since
Mom was 15, whichever came first.
fnto the tumbrills and fcff to the fetiillotine with' much r
notions as being home by 9 p.m., helping with the dishes!
and once in ft while missing the swellest movie ever made.
(This comes fb-the Biifbiav Theatre three 'timesiaJweeki'
As a movie genius you can have Sam Goldwyn. I'll takel
SiU Mailory.) ; , -, T r Z 1X4 f
' There is a SO the Mesozoic-ace nronoaitinn thAt Pon "i
'should have occasional access to the family chariot. This :
idea.' is strictly for the. pterodactyls. t:
I will now take the liberty to offer a fragment of J'
autobiographical data not in the least germane to the dis-;,
cussion. In the boarding school where from the age of 12 's
to 17 I manfully resisted all brainwashing efforts by the
commiss&rs bf Caesar- Gallic Wars we revelled -in theJ
following privileges: .; movies,1 once per ; semesfer: pockets
money,- about one quartr weekly; homework, two hours l
every wee knight under classroom supervision: liffhts out'
9.30 winters, 10.30 summersi raiment, School uniform 't
at an Ji-J1"8! Tooipaiu pieniy; a axes, none. : v
From my f own smftll class, this system .produced
diplomat v who now-represents .hlf country 'ai-the United; ?-
Nations, a ranking Authority on cosmic rays, th Youngest
wing commander (age. 21 on appointment) in the RAPtf X i
wartime Bomber Command," a brewer, an individual kua.'S :
pected of knowing more than. he? should of a' Dreftisinn. 4
planned safeblowing, a swatch of' doctors and welUhaalaft
farmers, and not a few graves at El" Afamein. ,-Tobruk
Cassmq and similar resorts, ;
iv With my1 own sfckeningrexample;cast jnto the scales,
the balistice tilts fatally against theSystem I survived. ".y&i
Only reason J mention it is, because; I felt Jor a wsh';
ful moment, that" it, ma. -be possible to; .nurture f latent i:'
talentr,- build .rt ; certain.' amount of character- (1 broke 'I
their hearts on .that one.) and even instil & little .learning:,
into Teeangers without the aid of levis, movies and late ?
fights. 4 ;r -yC- 'V: ,fiu'ij.v -1 :"
Ii Let -me to be the' first to admit l- wasv wrong. Best -we
pass on to another; freedom campaign 'the CZTeen-S
I'agers might'pohs6r:w-:j?:.'' ..o -X y
, k CIs: Why should they have W be -back orVpoW when V
I. j their crummy p&es runs out? Do their parents, or officers
have ta be home at. any special time?1 Why shouldn't GIs I
have some fun once jri a while too? And Tivhy. should they 3
I have td wear those some moldy old unifoms? Too" often
! do the barracks ring with the plaint: -"Gee. sar?e I don't
II have .thing to weari'Honest I sdori't 'Just" tb. same X
crummy old suntris I wore yesterday. AH the lcids In the"'
I platoon will think- I'm square," .t ;
j -For age groups beyond a draftee's two-year hitch-: ;
there is no call for Teenage liberators; Senile beyond all'
hope of redemption'. "best thing for these ancients- is to:
put thrn on some sort of twilight reservation -tilt their. '
social Security pension cornea through; any time now. v
'i V PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT this" week" Is 'the
"programmed total weight of ;.' .
JUSTO AR0SEMENA AVE BETWEEN 3 1 it and 32nd Sts. v 1' r a pou" fo.1 Balboa Hgh Schoor football squad
- i v ...... .Fiday .night At a programmed total weight of only. 2570
pounds, the Junior College squad was lucky to escape
; $CN,P AX, OCTOBER 20, 1957 v'-' '?vv .vk a -."'-."
r'i, j- ii.AA. .-.ii.'.,.. i'i ilil I Ill ll' ..,.,'.,. .,,.-:,...,, 'a,
vnnK rNEAr An
7, movies. A fifth-run movie theater. ..--yv-
,i That' whaUelevision has .largely become, since ouywooa
' and;otoer 4Ummakres bave taken oyer. Ws David Susskind.
w -raiont. Associates, the firm that produces many
.nco ijau y -
top-shows UKe me ArrasiruuK
or the -Monmr ms wmi)"j
old'Philcd Theater.,! ; ,: : f
. Hi motto !s"a siitipU oni "Brinj
'em back alive He thinks; therms
nothing much worong i 1 v. w
year that couldn't be cured by W
ting it fcack where he saysi it be belongs
longs belongs in front of a live camera.
-;He is,' incidentally,-- optimistic
about his motto coming, true.t He
ays already, he's been, approached
by tVat least twa'! v advertising
age'nclesi who are disguted 'with
the4 film ihovMheyVe stuck; with
. and plan to drop them by the? end
of the year; Susskind and his or organization
ganization organization are- even now creating
live shows to take their place.;
"By January," he says; "there
wilt be good deal more live pro programming
gramming programming oa, television than thre thre-is
is thre-is now." I .. -rv;n
And ho says it in the shadow
of a framed picture, of a turtle
hanging on the walj pf diis office,
with a legend reading; ."Observe
the turtle: he sticks his neck out.
Why iS he so dead set against
film? i.;. "'
"It robs TV o its excitement,
he says "Perhaps the man in Du Du-buaue
buaue Du-buaue doesn't honestly, know if a
show is e r onijmrbut he.cap,
leu II a is caviling, cictuij;,,
stimulating or 'hot' Be knows when
a show is dull and lifeless, and a
filmed show is that way. Look at
As Sussking sees it, TV has gone
t film because the filmmakers ad advanced
vanced advanced three aguraents which were
heeded' ;.by advertisingj agencies,
"Film would broaden the scoe"
of programs, take them out Of the
tudio apd let theni use on the-spot
"That's, lie films-rbrfie.jiff a.
production line like so manyl au-j
tomoDiies. ,xne producers nave oi
use stoCkshbt afta shtfdfc in: the
' itditt.f(M:ote-eiv.' as, nt. ',
-Film would'enablethe star nd
the producer to make millions of
dollars through re-ruhs.ltSusskind's
answerf Nutsi' Owtside5' of perhaps
.DraghefQind I 'IHNtfi Lucyi" lwl;
re-rung, aregoing uttegging, Why
should any TV station, buy re-runs
when they can get old Grade A
movies just as cheap or cheap-
Film would attract big name
stars. who won't 4a Jive XV..,(Su&s, XV..,(Su&s,-kind'is
kind'is XV..,(Su&s,-kind'is answer; "Strs don't mean
success on TV automatically. Why
the biggest film successes have in involved
volved involved actors who were not big
names. ..when the series started
Lucille Ball nd Jack Webb were.
"Tho thrto rjiumont," he says,
;A,TrWhani Lovfr Story Tenderly Told
REMEMBER' Tuesday Al The BELLA
I I r v .'1.
'te McCareyAN AFFAIR TO- REMEM-,
BIR,"" a modern romantic .comedy about
notable and alightly aotorioas bachelor, and
i a beaatifoL aophisUcated and witty' night
clnb singer, will hare tt local defeat on Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday at the BELLA VISTA Theatre.
Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr are teamed
la this 20th Century Fox Cinemascope and
Do Laze color production, a tender love
ttory, poifnantly told in a wordly and lnro-
avaiancne 01 meaiocrny. uiaua
irkiot.. i.nj rl Snnf'Shnnr
"w V ; ..ii T. j h.
DAVID SUSSKIND: His mot mot-T.t
T.t mot-T.t ''bring,, 'em back alive,"
t'ar.e spefilou?. na i uuiiK. auvci auvci-tisih'g
tisih'g auvci-tisih'g ageridies,J8hsors and even
uHwks are ominB to realize it
He says one great trouble with
film is that it can t ne uxea once
it's made. When a live program
starts, tif certain nhaSes of it are
bads they 're 'eliminated the next
LnA if tho rtiihll fiPPITIR
to.like otjier. anles, those are play
ed up me next weeK.
On his own "Mr. Peepers," the
parts that meant fame and fortune
for Marion-Juorne uurs. uiuucji
and Topu Randall (Harvey Wes Wes-kitV'were
kitV'were Wes-kitV'were oriainally mino bits. It
wasn't BntiJ m 'public responded
cBthuiiastfcinyn that these were
built viips. to star .proportions,
' ''But on film," 'he says; "you
can't do that. -Look at a sponsor
wftrt season" fsrstifew episodes of
-hi new (.film f series J H 'does not
like it-rand he doesn t nke- tne re
views he.'s getting. Kignt away
theres a panic meeting. What'u
we do? Let's change this and that,
'Woll, bp finds out.he can t. The
are MrvoKl2 "already shot, in the
cani He's stuck with them unless
he wants to shell out a lot x' money
and re-shoot. Few sponsors feel like
.going, that, Instead, I think many
of them .this 1 year will grfn and
rbearJit,! until the' stuff in the can
is JpseHj spthea drop the snow
rloas atmosphere which radiates a laminos-.
ity certain to excite tho emotions and tenses
of audiences everywhere.
AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER" fc appro appropriately
priately appropriately titled. Yoo will not forret it and wHl ;
probably want to tee it araln and araln. We
advise that yon do, for it I bright, oentl-
mental and, abore all, entertaining. Remem Remember
ber Remember that -AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER" 5
ovens on Tuesday, at the BELLA VISTA
Theatre, i -f. -::.-:':'y:,:
That' WhVt he" predicts "the're
...in u '. Mrftioct mnrtalitv rate
ever imsyea. ;f!ne uuum- .ii.
aryAwiit see a amazing wunper
As for live TV, Susskind'i group
are producing .two' in the; coming
weeks. First,. for Rezall, is a -new
musical ), version of i'Pinocchio."
Them for du Pont, will come a
lavish production of Mark Twin's
"The Princle and the Pauper.'?
"I'll rest my. case ? or live TV
on these two shows," he says. And
then, as a parting shot, he grinned
and-said,' "Remember, bring 'em
back in alive."
Civilian Team Here
From Dept. Of Army
A civilian team from. the tv tv-partment
partment tv-partment of the Army Is jn the
Canal Zone to conduct an eval evaluation
uation evaluation survey of civilian person personnel
nel personnel management In U.S. Army
Caribbean. Another team is in
Puerto Rico making a similar
The teams, made Up of repre representatives
sentatives representatives frcm the Office of the
Deputy Chief of $taff for Per Personnel,
sonnel, Personnel, are expedted to remain
in the Panama area until Nov. 8
and in Puerto Ricd until about
Nov. 1. '''.'
Thev .will secure Inforrnation
for the Department of the AM
my on problems or personnel
administration and provide ad
Making up the team in the
Cana4.Zone are Joseph F. Hah-r
ning, team leader; Eugene M.
Baronek, Stanley Holriis, John
Vavlocin, and Lex Dodds.
Hanning said the survey con consists
sists consists primarily of interviews with
civilian personnel supervisors,
iorirs on reculatorv and ad
ministrative procedures and the
gathering of personal views aha
otiinions throush i n d i, viduat
questionnaires,The survey team.
also investigates io assure
iRtandards are beind. met.'
included, ln,.;thteam jyhich
are Harrison. M, Cline, team
leader; Frederick Newman,-ana
Robert Jelling. Upon completion
of, the survey in Puerto Rico,
Mr Cline will join the Panama
team during the ..last ,wee, .io
submit survey results foy.;the fi final
nal final report.
GOING TO THE DOGS
rHirAOO fUP) The program
tit hazaar to be held by the an
imal welfare league m Weiess
dogs will feature a W.ioi,
"Land of the Sky Blue Waters."'-
In 'AII.AFFAIR TO
' Jit :
Scientist Attacks Colleague
On Issue Of Cancer, Smoking
N1SW YORK. (UP)-Dr. David
ft.Tv Rutsteint proiessor of pre preventive
ventive preventive medicine at Harvard, to to-lay
lay to-lay attacked Dr. Clarence Cook
Little of the Tobacco Industry
Research jOommittee on ;sthe
grounds .that Little has. "consis "consistently,
tently, "consistently, ignored or brushed off all
the human evidence" that cigar cigarette
ette cigarette moking is a cause or 'lung
cancer. ; ';.;.
He scored Little for 1 "ohiectlng
to public health program to
diminish lung cancer by urging a
decrease in cigarette smoking."
and said the research .comittea's
policy was one of "blind opposi
tion xo any attemnt at Dublic
health control of lung cancerf
is auacx was in the form Of
an "open letter" pub'ished bv the
Atlantic Monthly iBoth Rutstein
and Little are distinguished scien-
lsts. itutstein is a medical scten scten-is.
is. scten-is. Little is a eenetirist. H is
chairman of the industry commit committee's'
tee's' committee's' scientific advisory ; com mi t t-ee,
ee, t-ee, director emeritus of the Jack Jackson
son Jackson Memorial Itabnratnrv Rar
Harbor, Me., and former president
of the University of Michigan.
"Your leadership" to set no "an
exepriment to answer the crucial
question: will a decrease in cie-
arette smoking result in a con
comitant decrease in the- death
rate from lung cancer?'
I am optimistic eomigh to be be-lievtthat
lievtthat be-lievtthat a study could be- set
to answer this question," he add added.
ed. added. "Volunteers could be random
ly divided into two erouns nh
being urged to stop and the other
1mssmmmixi?i''i y 1 J 1
.Of ONE OF THf MOST
SPY STORIES THAT
ires MDirrD Atnuntm
When accidents or Si-
health strike,' it't like being
held for $100, $500, $1000
or more ransom. Medical
.expenses mount, regular bills
keep coming in and income
!may be cut off. That't when
iyou're glad you h&ro acci acci-Ident
Ident acci-Ident and health' insurance!
Find out how a few cents a
iday can pay, you hundreds,
I thousands,, of dollars '' at a
I time whetf you Deed it most.
iPhone. i $i 'f ...
General Agents for
- UNITED STATES
FTDELTTY to t GUARANTY
T No- V Street V 'l'
vy jrtt wri
THE SUNDA? AMERICAN
to continue cigarette smoking.
There will probably be enough dif difference"
ference" difference" in the smoking habits' of
tha two groups to measure pos possible
sible possible differences in the death rate
trom lung cancer. ...
'in the meantime, ur. Little, is
there really any. justification for
your continuing to demtttnd the dis discovery
covery discovery of the 'cause of lung can
cer before we attempt to save hu
man lives by-recommending a de decrease
crease decrease in cigarette moking6".
He said "the ; evidence ior ari
association b tNw e cigarette
smoking d i ; lung cancer" is
stronger than, the evidence -upon
which smal pox vyaccination -as
"Eighteen studies in five coun
tries show v; either that patients
with lung cancer are predominant predominantly
ly predominantly cigarette smokers or that cig cigarette
arette cigarette smokers have .more lung
cancer thaa .'do non-siokers," he
Yet Little has dismissed thesa
studies as "the opinion of a few
statisticians," R.u ts tiin-. said.
"What is wrong with a statistical
study?" he demanded of his scien
tific 'coleague! 'A';;-.;i
He pointed to "the Unanimity of
results? from the many different
approaches that were used in the
18 studies. It is unlikely that all
would have been afected in ex exactly
actly exactly the same way by extraneous
factors. Moreover, these results
are con irmed bv the increase in
pre cancerous lesions in the lungs
For The Rp
Hello, Hello, u.t the P.A.'t of offices?
fices? offices? Yes what did you- say, an
accident? call the Police Dept...
no, it's from the obstetrical section
of the Hospital...Ohl it's about a
birth; but, hundreds of kids are
born daily .ok, ok, what's the dope
Born a .ew hours ago, "Happ'n "Happ'n-ings
ings "Happ'n-ings 'Round Town" the ofispring
of "Tom"...and ..oh, forget it
will be around on Sunday's all be being
ing being wen.. .its mission: community
Here goes! Last Monday the U U-nited
nited U-nited fund Drive officially got un underway,
derway, underway, and 18 community hea.th,
welfare and recreational agencies
will benefit from the $134,000 bud budget
get budget goal let.
1 Baron took the cheese with
his performance at the kick 61
show held at El Panama, and be believe
lieve believe me it's still being talked a a-bout.
bout. a-bout. Have you contributed yet,
Why not do it today.
Tht ust of imcHi in torn of
th night spots in- tho city, who
noithor speak Spanish or English
(thtir native tongue) properly
was this week pin-pointed in com comments
ments comments by Spanish language col columnist
umnist columnist GRV.
Under the circumstances we are
prompted to give a word of advice
to the local singing groups who
have been given a break in some of
the top' bistros: say, there! Why
not take a page from Harry Bela Bela-fonte's
fonte's Bela-fonte's book, when you are singing
calypsos, pronounce the words so
that everybody can understand,
(dig?) not only those who speak
or understand the local W. I. jarg
Beep, beep, beep. ...Don't look so
perturbed bub, its not sputnik, its
just the easy manner in which the
dames have been handling the em emcee
cee emcee chores during the past several
weeks at programs, shows, etc...
watch it now, fellas, you may be
on the outside looking in...
Competition is so rife that most
of the "boites" are forced to
change their shows with a marked
degree of regularity. .Variety is
indeed the spice of life boys and
girls. .Right on the heels of the
Pacific Evergreen Garden Club's
fashion exhibition The St. Paul's
gala coronation ceremonies and
the Junta Femenina's tenth anni anniversary
versary anniversary celebration at the El Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, the Willie Mays Stars will
be coming in on Friday for a three
Today Encanto .35, .20
Miguel Aceves Mejia
Alfredo, Sadel in
"TfU 'Y, LA MENTIRA"
'Silvia Pinal ih"
TODAY IDEALS- 30, 20
George Nader in
Rock Hudson in
CAP IT OLIO
THE GIRL IN
with Lex Barker
THE RIGHT JEWELER...
; THE RIGHT PRICE...
THE JMGHT GUARANTEE ...
f-5 Central. America's Leading Jewekri
game series at the stadium. ..broth ..brother
er ..brother what a month!
Former Isthmian;- comely Vi Viet
et Viet a Wartham, returned to her
home in the U.S..A. after a four
wetk-v.acetian on the Isthmus..
Mrs. Emelia 'Moore-Gilmore left
Stanford Graham, accompanied
returned from the States List
-week after taking jn the Basi'io Basi'io-Robinson
Robinson Basi'io-Robinson fight and tho World Ser
ies, the guy is back loaded with
The Towrisends from Gam Gam-boa,
boa, Gam-boa, received felicitations galore
on the occasion of their. 22nd wedd wedding
ing wedding anniversary. They celebrated
the event with a real sone get-together.
After spending a three-week vac vacation
ation vacation in Jamaica Eric Forbes of
the capital returned home last
Showing at Your Service
DIABLO HTS. 2:30 7:00
"THE GREAT MAN"
Mon. "Rumble on the Docks"
MARGARITA 2:30, 6:15, 8:15
o Iriger Stevens
"MAN ON FIRE"
Mon. "Strange Intruder"
- L.O'W i"
A REMARKABLE JSUS SPY STORY I I lit
. NOW A CHEAT MOTION PICTURE I
PARAISO 6:15. 8:25
" John Wiivne
"WINGS -OF EAGLES"
SANTA CRUZ 8:15 : 8:00
Rhonda Fleming v v
"ODONGO"' t 4 v
7 I V O L I
El Jorobado de
Nuestra Sra. de Paris
with John Lund
, 7A "'Mi
Thursday accompanied by ilijif?
tie son Jose, who incidentally eel J
ebrated his fifth birthday Oct. 18.
Veteran newsman, fraterhellte
and community worker Albert I.
Bell, was to bo honored today
during tho observance of Odd Fel
lows Day. ."Jingles" will bo pro-
sontod with scroll and gift in
recognition of his fourteen ynrs
sa District Corresponding $ J ro
tary. -.. i'i nn
The Panama Wesleyan Methodist
Sunday School is sponsoring a
grand "Parade of f aslncnso Oct.
29. Preceeding this a debate .on
whether "Education is better than
Money" will be held next Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. Event of the Week: Opening of
alleged triggerman Minfs trial to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at 8 a.m.
Grin and Bear it: "The maa whp
talks in his sleep is certain ito-gat
a full dress hearing from his bet better
ter better half during his waking hours 4
Thought for Today: He .-, wit
lives and does nothing for his felf
lowman wastes his time'44
t Please address vaur comme
notes or gripes to: TOM.,.e'o "tlii
Bye Nowl II
Center Theatres Todajfl
"ISLAND IN THE SUN"
Tues. "The Great Man"
GATDN 2:30 T:0
"THE LITTLE HUT"
Also Showing Monday!
1:45 4:05 6:20 -'8
TTT IIIWlll i
A- Added -'WALT DISNEY'S
"MEN AGAINST THE ARCTIC if'i'
SHOWING MONDAY! .Jjj
LA. BOCA. 7:08
"PORT '. AFRIQUE
CAMP BIERD 8:15
" S A F A R'I 4
j 1 Snr-J.
TARZAN AND THE
v with. G. Scott,.
THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1957
l and Otlierwide
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if ffnU, Wrriay$, Birtk&t Prlia AnJ Vrawf ilmtJ It mmibJ prompt h if t$ Itu-numLn shut.
2-0740 t, 3-0741 9:00 10 m.m. L
FESTIVAL OF THE BLACK CHRIST WILL
jbe celebrated at pobtobelo TOMORROW
"t MSome Zonians-are planning to make the trip to Potto Potto-belt
belt Potto-belt tomorrow to witness the Festival of the Black Christ,
" which is held at this time every year.
, ' The Festival celebrated the day on which an ebony
, statue of Christ was washed up on Portobelo shores, bring bringing,
ing, bringing, the natives believe, an end to a plague that had been
devastating the city. Vs
v The statue is brought out of the church, and carried
around the town as a highlight to the festivities.
Fti By Friends.
Mios'Marta Mastellsri and Miss
Pilar "pel Valle gave a dinner par party
ty party at 4he Union Club on Friday
nigrftrin, honor of Miss Ida Alta Alta-grada
grada Alta-grada Isabel Suazo, daughter of
Mr.and .Mrs. Ramon Suazo,
whcSe marriage to Mr. James
Wilson ,Adams, son of Mr., and
MrsJLJames Dupont Adams will
take place at 7:30 this evening at
the"Jruta de Lourdes de la lgle lgle-ia
ia lgle-ia Cristo Rey.
; Seventy Attend
Annual Dean's Tea
JChe Annual Dean's tea of the
Cathedral of St. Luke was held
Friday afternoon in the Bishop
Jorris Hall of the Cathedral.
Iffln the receiving line with the
Very Rev. and Mrs. Mainert J.
Peterson were Mrs. A. F. Daniel,
president of the Women's Auxilia Auxiliary;
ry; Auxiliary; Mrs. W. G. Rowc, Mrs. Wal Wal-jr
jr Wal-jr Alves, Miss Josephine Withers
4nd Miss Jennie Johannes. Presid-
Jrjg at the tea, coffee and punch
trvices were members of the
.Women's Auxiliary and Clergy
ves. In charge of the guest
1 isok were Miss Dimity Pierce,
jtr- Dorothy Powers and Miss
, ;Audette Poland. Approximately
. Seventy guests attended.
iMr. and Mrs. Glen T. Williams
M Curundu Heights announced the
engagement of their daughter Sa Sadie
die Sadie to A-1C Henry A. Turlington
, son of Sgt. and Mrs. Henry
A. Turlington of Augusta, Ga.
Miss Williams, who graduated
Ifowr Balboa High School in '55 is
employed as a clerk -stenographer
by the Army Staff Judge Advo Advocate's
cate's Advocate's Office Hq. USARCARIB Ft.
,j-A-lC Turlington is stationed at
"North Charleston Air Fore Base,
fcputh Carolina. He also graduatd
from Balboa High in the class of
, J, The -wedding will take place
Jn. 3, 1958.
. m "f,
The Fort GUlick N.C.O. Wives
met for a luncheon u the Wash Washington
ington Washington Hotel on Oct. 16. The lunch luncheon
eon luncheon was served to Ihe group in
the glassed in dining-room. Mem Members
bers Members present were: Mesdames Bet Betty
ty Betty Townsend, Rita Gomez, Louise
Sanderson, Clara Hollenbaugh,
Nancy Williams, Audrey Barsi,
Delores Carr, Vivian Ralph, Fran Frances
ces Frances Berger, Irmgard Morrison,
Katherine Killip, Viola Hirn, Hes Hester
ter Hester Hartley and Nancy Johnson,
Mrs. Pat Holder was a guest.
Names drawn for prizes were:
Irmgard Morrison, Nancy Johnson
and Rita Gomez.
Curundu Women's Club
Htars Talk on Gems
The Curundu Women's Club held
a most interesting and enjoyable
lecture on Cut Jewelry stones
(Gems) through the courtesy of
Mercuric The lecture was given
by Mr. Henry Sommerfeund, who
had a display of the most valuble
gems from Mercuric
Hostesses were Mrs. Liana Diaz
Granados and Mrs. (iloria Brown.
Guests and members attending
were: The Mesdames Genevive
Curb, Liana Diaz Granado, Gloria
Brown, Melida M. Bcnibeneh, Pol Polly
ly Polly Hamilton, Caroline Au Buchon,
Diana Bright, Toni Raymond, El Ellen
len Ellen Moudy, Lucy Saxton, Jo Ther Ther-rell,
rell, Ther-rell, Fanny Kaplan, Lorraine Zent,
Annabelle Leap, Maj. Britt Hoi Hoi-croft,
croft, Hoi-croft, Cathy Day, Marj. Redding,
Margaret Johnson. Barbara Finn,
Melba Jankus. next Wednesday
the Club will have a social meet
(CONTINUED ON PAGE B)
Each notict for inclusion in this
column should be submit! t, m
typt-wrltttn form nd mail) oa
the box number listed daily m 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Othorwno," or delivered
b Hti4 to tho oflice. Notices
meetings connot bo cctodk
Of Bolboa Woman's
Club Moots Thursday 7
The Card Group of the Balboa
Woman's club wul meet, onMnuiv
day at 12:30 p.m. at the Ft, Ama
dor Officers' Open Mess..'..
Those planning to attend arc
asked to call one of the hosttess hosttess-es.
es. hosttess-es. They are Mrs. Peggy Parker 2 2-1412,
1412, 2-1412, Mrs. Martha Basnam 2-3402
and Mrs. Annie Zilzmann 2-4136.
Reject Pinay's Bid
For Premier's Seat
BALTIMORE- (UP) A.Colom A.Colombian
bian A.Colombian promqter has gone to court
in his efforts tyf stage bullfights
here, isrime Gonzales of Carta
gena named Mayor Thomas D'Ale D'Ale-sandro
sandro D'Ale-sandro r. and city treasurer Johp
Ghinger as defendants in the suit.
He charges thejrcted illegally in
denying his petition to hold bull bullfights
fights bullfights in Baltimore. jt
Whether you are a Mother, a Housewife or a Career
Girl Whether you took dancing as a child or never had
the opportunity to take those longed for lessons, You are
ur to enjoy a new lease -on life when you join the SPE SPECIAL
CIAL SPECIAL WOMEN'S CLASS every Saturday at 10 a.m. at the
Far all information call Balboa 1751
Limited openings In present classes for all ages.
PARIS, Oct. 19 (UP) Commun
ists and Socialists teamed to together
gether together yesterday to reiect Antoine
Pinay's bid to become premier
and e"d France's worst post-war
The 101 Socialist and 150 Com Communist
munist Communist members of the 596-seat
National Assembly decided to
vote against the rightwing rightwing-independent
independent rightwing-independent leader and the Catho Catholic
lic Catholic popular Republicans MPR),
which controls 84 votes, decided
The decisions virtually sealed
Pinay's bit to end the 18-day
crisis, but speculation began in
the assembly lobbies that Presi
dent Kene Coty would call in an
MPR, perhaps former Premier
Robert Schuman, to try td form
New elections would be needed
eventually to break the deadlock
which developed when the general
election on Jan. 2, 1956, sent into
the chamber 13 groups whosa ri
valry has prevented the forma formation
tion formation of any working majority.
Pinay asked the assembly to
mako him an "emergency" pre premier.
mier. premier. He spoke to the hushed
chamber the way a company
manager. .speaks .to the .board of
administrators jin shareholders;
drawing" a 1 B ittt i aheet of
The currency reserve win dry
f" by Christmas, a new Bank of
ranee advance is necessary, and
loans must be negotiated with I
other nations to prevent bankrupt
cy, he said.
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Two Young Men Die
In Family Filed
Over Coflon Money
PHILADELPHIA, Miss. (UP)
A family feud over money due on
a cotton crop erupted into a
bloody gunbattl Thursday, and
two young men died.
' Deputy Henry Skinner said Tom
Blount, 31, and Billy Pinter, 18,
were fatally .shot. The duel took
place on-jp 'farmi 13 miles north of
here owned by Bount's father,
The .deputy said the elder
Blount, argued with Pinter's fath father,
er, father, Claude, 46, who is a tenant on
the farm. The fuss over cotton
crop money got hot and, Sinner
said, young Blount shot and killed
The elder Pinter than cut down
young Blount with a shotgun
blast, the deputy said, and hit the
elder Blount on the head with the
No charges were filed immediately.
Pays Conlempl Fine
To Florida Board
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. 19 (UP)
Author William Bradford Huie to today
day today paid a $750 contempt of court
fee levied against him three years
ago by Suwannee County Judge
Hal W. Adams.
Gov. LeRoy Collins' office said
a check for that amount arrived
this morning and would be im immediately
mediately immediately forwarded to the Su Suwannee
wannee Suwannee court.
Huie was fined for contempt
after he allegedly tried to get a
witness in the sensational Ruby
McCollum cis to change his tes testimony.
timony. testimony. The Negro woman was
charged with the death of Dr.
Clifford Adams of Live Oak on
Aug. 3. 1952. Adams was a prom prominent
inent prominent doctor and state senator senator-elect.
elect. senator-elect. The Alabama -bora writer went
to jail rather thaa piy the fine,
but later changed his mind and
was released under, $2,500" bond,
which he forfeited.
The State Pardoa Board last
month commuted the six-month
Iail sentence which Huie would
nave to serve if he ever came
back to Florida, but ruled he
must par a S7M (me.
He refused, and wrote a letter
DIRECT NCO WIVES ACTIVITIES New officers of the Fort
Kobbe NCO Wives Club met recently to plan events for the
coming term. They are, front row, from left, Mrs. Jean
Brookfield, vice-president, and Mrs. Bunny' Rhodes, president;
back row, Mrs. Nellie ; Harper, secretary,, and Mrs Grace
Sonnenschein, treasurer. (U.S. Army Photo)
BEAUTY TIPS '
A step to a healthier complex
ion comes just before bedtime.
Then is the time to remove all
traces of the day's make up and
other grime encountered. The
cleansing cream.. used depends on
th skin type, oily, normal or .dry.
Several applications will insure a
thorough' cleansing Job Taking a
few minutes for this before retir retiring,
ing, retiring, helps build up a clean, heal healthy
thy healthy complexion.
Many household Hems can help
housewives keep t heir hands
smooth and clean; During heavy
housecleaning dav. crime threat
ens to, impregnate thp skin. Just
before washing vour hands, wet
them and rub with dry outmeal.
Thlft Removes; heavy; dirt.
Oiling will heln Put vim and
vigor back in your- nails. This is
true for brittle nails' that break
or split easily,! Any oil will do;
lust rub on. An- application be
fore going w oeajs aiways gooo.
But more important when your
n nils start to chrOi hcok vour di diet
et diet to see if 'there Is a deficiency
causing your brittle nails.
Scrubbing Vour feet serves more
than one nurpose. It removes odor
and roughness. Feet retain- per per-sDirntion
sDirntion per-sDirntion more than other parts of
the bodv because thev are always
enclosed. So scrub thnm with a
brush (soles, too) jnd plenty 'of
sns. A mimic sto'ie prntly rotat rotated
ed rotated on the heel and ball of th e
fet while fce are still wet Will
Many persons seem 1 proud to
boast they get thrnuph a day
without a sniff of breakfast.
Breakfast should provide a
fourth of each ''ay! calorie
needs. For a healthier outlook to
ward vour daily routine and more
wim, better pick up this meal.
Lipstick-smeared teeth have a
way of distracting anyone talking
to you. For this reason it is wise
to check your teeth after each ap application.
plication. application. Also there is less oppor
tunity of lipstick shifting to your
Iteeth if it has twen properly blot
ted and not applied excessively.
BY MRS. MURIIL L.AWRENCI
NICK was over. th house-.of a
boy called Pinky, playing ball. Af
ter wnue mey got bored., Pinky
proposed Showing Nick th kit
his big brother kept in the base-
mem, -uui- as ne uulled n dawn
from its shelf, with ; is ; came
carton of empty preserve jars.
The crash of brsakine crli
brought his mother hurrying down
the basement stairs. "What's go gong
ng gong on here" she ', demanded.
Oh, are those the Jam jars J
was saving? Who did that? Who
Pinky said, .''Nick Jio Ma.; He
wanted to see; Bill's f kite. 1 told
him we wasn't supposed to touch
it but he wouldn't listem'l t
Interrupting, his- mother turned
furiously on Nic. "Get out ct
nerer- sne said.; "We dbn't want
any rowdji kids like you around.
Just go home to your own nlr
and see that vou don't nm
back here again 1"; '.. .-. ..,
NICK couldn't soeak.. He wan
so horrified, by, Pinky's. treachery
that he xouln't find; the words to
protest it. Indeed, when h oVf
home he was crying .with ,-such
angry helplessness that it took hi
motner iu minutes to get the story own child's;
from him. ,-.,'
Then, ; after apause, she said,
"I know how awful you feel, Nick.
We all feel awful: wlien' a, friend
betrays us. But the .friends .who
do. it don't enjoy themselves either.
Just think about Pinky for a .mo .moment.
ment. .moment. Do ou think it's" fun.;, for
him to be so scared of his, mother
he has to lie. about .you to sava
Nick stopped crying. ,1116 u h
took a swallow of chocolate milk.
It was clear that .he'd found Some
comfort, in the idea.. that he. was
not the only, child In the. world. with
' A' YOUNGSTER'S" :tirst J ixTje-
rience.with a friend's treachery is
quite painful v. L -But
it is not tolbfuf to share Hiis
horror at is. When, we do, we be betray
tray betray our own grownun knowledge
that hurt is every tody's expe experience
rience experience for Nick's childish, self-centered
idea that it -is unique with
him. Instead of giving comfort to
him. we encouraged bint to think,
''How unfairly I am treated! How
I hate the world for. abusing "me
Nick's mother understood this
and comforted him by understand understanding
ing understanding Pinky's. hurts is .well, as her
From Old Vienna Comes
Delicious Beef Goulash
y CAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor
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Cramer and Mrs. Hugh Arnold wife of the Acting Governor
of the Canal zone.
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Oak Ridoe Worker
Exposed To Large
Amount Of Radiation
OAK RIDGE, Venn. (UP) -A
Chemical worker at the Oak Ridge
National Laboratory was exposed
to dangerous amounts of radiation
when he. entered g room contain containing
ing containing highly 'radioactive reactor fuel
e ements, the Atomic Energy
Commission disclosed today.
HOW about an Old Vienna sup supper
per supper party? Make it traditional,
gay and by candlelight.
Delicious Viennese goulash is
known to all travelers,. Viennese
coffee is among the finest in ;Eu ;Eu-rope.
rope. ;Eu-rope. It is served swith: whipped
cream and always with a large
gass of iced water.
instead of making fabulous but
time-consuming Veinnese v pastry,
make Emperor Waltzettes as a de
licious short cut. Use .cinnamon-
ilavored crackers, frosting 3 jthem (
with semi-sweet chocolate morsels.!
and instant coffee.
Viennese Beef Goulash
Three tablespoons f atS-l medium
onions, sliced; garlic-" o'l o v e."
minced: 2Vi oounds hnnelesx Yimf
nam. f th, Tmnlnv. Thn CnUck- CUt nch pteceS meat
name.of the employe, who was gtock'or bouillon) 1 tablespoon pa-plsfJct:4-.!'h,fn.?eJnistkenf
paprika,.2 teaspoons salt, 1 tea-
His SPECIAL WEDNESDAYS
for Permanents and Hair Tints
WITHIN EVERYONE'S REACH.
Different Styles In Cold Waves:
AMERICANVIT ALLAN, FRENCH, GERMAN
Officials Isaid the "chemical rinnV.
ator was 'not 'hospitalized hut as
continuing to work; and apparent apparently
ly apparently received no' ill a'fects from tne
exposure. He is receiving periodic
. It was the second incident of
exposure to radioactive elements
in the 14-year history of the -Oak
Ridge National Laboratory .-
Durine the entire !nn nf AV.r
activities, 69 eprsons have been
overexposed in 16 radioactivity
accidents.. Twioof the victims r'ied,
one in-1945 and the other in 1946.
The, AEC said the employe here
received an exposure of about S3
roentgens. The "permissable radi radiation
ation radiation dosage" is live roentgens per
"Thp Infidpnt InvnlmsH AirM
exposure to; radiation and did not
involve contamination of the man
or his clothing,' an AEC spokes spokesman
man spokesman said. ', : ", ;
"In other words, the radioactive
material was in tanks and he did
not get any material on him that
he could carry out with him. The
man himself can not contaminate
The emnlove was s.tinu a
wrench he had left in another
room in which he was working.
He mistakenly unlocked and en entered
tered entered a room which was marked
with radiation hazard signs. He
was Deuevea to nave oeen exopsed
for ahrmt nno minnt
Lab technicians first discovered
the exposure when a pencil type
iduiauon detection instrument was
examined at the nd nf tho Hiv'i
shift. The exposure was confirmed
when technicians later processed
the man'a film hario .7
spoon cr way seeds' mediom
potatoes: peeled and Quartered.
Melt fat in deep, kettle. Add 0 0-niong
niong 0-niong and garlic and cook until
onion is-tender, but not brown.
Remove onion. Add meat and
brown well on all sides. Add e;
Add. cooked onion paprika salt
and earaway seeds. Cover t sim simmer
mer simmer l hour, 30 minutes. Add pota potatoes.
toes. potatoes. Continue cooking, 20 minutes
longer, or until potatoes; aredone.
I--.- i v 'ii .'ti5'ji
Imporor Waltzottos u
(lVa dextn toki stacks
' i : t t,
One-alf cup evaporated milk, H
cup margarine, V teaspoon salt,
1 6-ounce package .(1 cup seta i i-sweet
sweet i-sweet chocolate morsels, cinnna-mon-flavored
fM,t J ;,!! !.: i'
' Mis' together? evaporated milk.
margarine and salt in saucepan.
Bing to a full boil, "stirring con constantly.
stantly. constantly. Remove-from heat. Add
semi-sweet chocolate morsels, stir
until melted. Use to spread 54
ciimamoh-flaVored graham, track trackers
ers trackers f i IW iiches P fa t I
cracker?, together, filling sltl. up.'
' : II
'NUFF SAID .;
SAN FRANCISCO (UP) George
Meany, president of the AFL-CIO,
opened his news conference Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night by inviting questions on
any subject. The first question was
about James Hoffa and the Team
sters' Union; "No-adornment1," an-
nough stock just tq coyer m e a f.swered meany prompt.
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PEORIA, 111. (UP)-A used car
dealer here has found that his
coupe runneth over. He's advertis advertising
ing advertising a 1957 Sputnik with only two
email meteor aents lor S195.
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Rlph a. Undo Of P. 0. Box 5300,
PtnnW Rep. f f
ben named a member of the Bea Bea-vr
vr Bea-vr College glee clubt Dr. w.
Lawrence C u r r y, director, an an-iounced
iounced an-iounced today. .....nn
Following the 'toU1 audition,
Mill Undo wa one of 1Q tu-
dents Selected to imgwith the
chorus. , .
present concerts for c h u r c n s,
. ..iUm. .1tn anil
C1UDS, men cuucs""-
television. The group has started
practicing wr us vuncui
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Appraisal Value of Home Depends
Upoii3 General Housing Factors
'ly'ROlIRT F. COLL
nlte ress Staff Correspondent
" wSMrGTON, Oct.19 (UP) 8
Americans shopping around for a
new horn. wiU dp weU to take a
tip Jrom a housing appraiser on
the future of their proaepctive
:;The appraisers are probably the
nes that,wiU ultimately decWe
how big a mortage the home
uyer-will get FHA loans, for
lamlne; are baaed ,1m i-appraised
value" ot lale price. y
C',. ,f xpert Speaks
In current Jssuei of the Journal
of the! American Institute of Real
Estate Appraisers an ex.PertAold
bouse blsed on Its' past,- present
tad future. The man was Kurt
s. Shelger, Los Angeles. He wrote
that three general factors must be
weighed in f orecastinfr the Mate
ef a neigborhood.
The growth' pattern of the cjty.
The effect of surrounding area.
The characteristics of the neih neih-borhood.
borhood. neih-borhood. la the analyzing city growth,
Shelger pointed out originally the
bSt residential areas were close
to the wre of the metropolis. But,
as th emes grew larger, com
But this trena cannoi tu"u"
beyond about 20 miles. Once this
distance has been reached, some
of the older' neighborhoods neglect-
av.1 in thA V110H Tfl KIinill'LIlM
stage a comeback or hold their
own due to the convenience to
work and the city's cultural and
Tin chisi fnnpliidid that if
J..i..ki n.ni anhiirhs are readl'y
accessible and surrounding land is
avaUabl to preserve me suourp-n
ik HUtrirtj closer to the
city may declmeywhile; the out-
5 tin lac nuiw'iuuifc.H
ing is available 'owy .t the ex extreme
treme extreme limits jof suburbia the older
sections may continue to thrive.
In looking over tbesurroundmg
area, Shelger pointed out,' many
of the finest suburbs are protected
by natural barriers such as lakes
or rivers. Lacking such protection,
the home buyer should look for
"non-conforming" uses in a, resi residential
dential residential area like rooming houses,
multiple dwelling units on one lot
or a nearby invasion by industry
as evidence of decline.
'Other qjuesttons to be answered
are zoning laws, proposed road
pnnrriirtinn'' and whether munici
pal authorities are planning any-
.S tmtWli,- inrfnJrata; run
pushing desirable living sections bist disposal plant in the area.
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of Mr, nd Mrs. Glen T. Williams of Curundu Heights.
The New Office of
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and Venezuela in Bella Vista. The new
phone number is 3-7116 and is listed in
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' rCOHSULT Y0U2 TRAYEL 1GEMT
: Art will donainate the Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian scene in November once
again In commemoration of
"American Art Week," accord
ing to a release received from
officials of the Atlantic and Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Chapters of the Canal zone
Art League, In which they an
nounce their sixteenth annual
amateur art exhibit to be held
Nov. 3 through tb Nov. 17 In the
Tivoli Gueit House, Ancon,
This art show may well prove
WASHINGTON President Ei Eisenhower,
senhower, Eisenhower, on the assets of the
rV. .The total of the, frtfc
World's assets are so much great greater
er greater than those of our potential en enemy,
emy, enemy, should we say, that it is
ridiculous to compare their brains,
their abilities in sciences, in philo philosophical
sophical philosophical thought, ort in any phase
of culture dr W the' arts with tHi,
combined totakof theKreJWorldf
' LONDON r--. Moscow Radio, on
the Middle East crisis:
"Everyone knows by now the
links between the anti-government
plots in Damascus and the spying
center in Washington." f,
to be one of the best yet owing
to the considerable enthusiasm
being registered on the Atlantic
side Margarita, Gatun and Ft.
Gulick as a result of the re re-ce?rt
ce?rt re-ce?rt formation of separate
chapters On each side of the
Also, there has been greater
participation in Leaeue Rctiviti.es
by artists from Panama this
year and many entries from
Panamanian artists are expect expected.
But the latest wrinkle art art-wise
wise art-wise this year will be the experi experiment
ment experiment of haying the public
choose the eight most popular
entries by means of a ballot
made available to all visitors to
the showdurlng the two week
exhibit. There will be no prizes,
no Judges and the "most popular
eight" will be placed on special
exhibition at the JWB salon in
Balboa following the show. The
eight categories will be: 1) Oils
2) Watercolors 3) Drawings 4)
Prints 5 Sculptures 6) Ceramics
7) Textiles 8) Metalerafts. 1
The art league' will accept ert ert-jmtm3tt
jmtm3tt ert-jmtm3tt 25; and aw rtftl jSlSO
f.?m 8?0o pM.'eacrf Hay? A
special committee will receive,
classify, number and hang all
entries with the works of all ex exhibitors
hibitors exhibitors to be insured at. ap appraised
praised appraised values from Oct. 25 right
through to the last day of the
show on Nov. 17.
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JACKSON. Miss. Sen. John F.
Kennedy (D-Mass.), telling 2,000
Mississippi Democrats he cannot
accept the southern viewpoint on
"But I think we will both recog
nize that what unites us is greater
than what divides us."
WASHINGTON Queen Eliza
beth, addressing 2,000 persons at
a press reception:
"I have been told that this is
the largest press corps in the
world. It is not hard to believe.
OFF THI BIATEN FLYWAY
NORTH LONG BEACH. Calif.
(UP) Three-year-old Stanley Ed Edward
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ready excuse for his mommie. "I
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AAbssadeq, Opulento Top
Choice In $2000 Race
v A well-matched field of fourth series imported
thoroughbreds will dispute the $2,000 added purse
and silver trophy this afternoon in the annual one
mile Horse Owner Association Classic at the Fresi
dent Remon racetrack.
Santa Cruz Sports
(By C. WELSH)
Gajlito (Paralso) .,.1 0
Cerveza Balboa (S.C.) 1 0
Rainbow City . . . 0 1
Army Navy (S.C.) ..0 I
Race Track Graded Entries
1st Race, 6th Series Imp. S Ffs Purse $400
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
fool Closes "1:01
Gallito 59. Army and Navy 58
Cerveza Balboa 87, Rainbow C. 85
1 Doil Danl
3 Edlth Plaf
5 Amln Dial
F Alvares lOS Could go all the way way-A.'
A.' way-A.' Vasquez 112 Jockey should htlp.
A. Credloio 105 Would pay ott
G. Sanchez 108 Returns from' layoff -S.
Carvajal 103 Doesn't; belong here
2-i r t ;
' Ffve of the Fix scheduled start starters
ers starters Opulento, Mossadeq, po posiblemente,
siblemente, posiblemente, Embassy and Hosti Hosti-gador
gador Hosti-gador rate even on paper. All
lit them have either won or fin-
'." lshd second in last starts.
- ,- Opulento r.ipped Embassy by
bead his last time our,. Embas Embassy,
sy, Embassy, In turn, wound up a cluse
second behind the classy Town's
Wali' the following weeK.
t A"jF?adeq returned from a lay layoff
off layoff wee in excellent lu-m
(ui4?Eme Posiblemc:n:3 d
;bel the latter by a tnlf lnnth
ven furlongs. B'ifh hort-
:es Jtre expected to Improve J'ur
this week's important engac,t engac,t-Jriiui.',
Jriiui.', engac,t-Jriiui.', Posibiemente was also i" i"-:
: i"-: tuiihe from a rest peri'Ji.
Hcistigador is fresh from two
Consecutive impressive victories
in tjie lower bracket. In his lat
'cuiiig he whipped the prom ? ?-ingoracio
ingoracio ?-ingoracio by five lengths whi e
turning a mile in 1:40 4-3 cn
)Jthe same afternoon that Melen Melen-,
, Melen-, ftez whipped Gavilan and Goni. Goni.-L'no
L'no Goni.-L'no in 1:41 1-5
The only entry is Rxier. J'e
.wiU be ridd.-n by Jorge Pni '.ps.
Fieltro returned a juicy $15. $15.-20
20 $15.-20 per win ducat. This, however,
was not the day's best win odds.
Olimplco upset a field a Class G
natives over seven furlongs to
rewasd his faithful backers with
a $36.40 win payoff and also
contributed the major share of
a one-two with Currita that re returned
turned returned $149 tops for the after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Ruben Vasquez, baclc from a
lengthy suspension reeled off
three consecutive victories in the
seventh, eighth and ninth races
to be the runnerup jockey win
ner for the day.
The nightcap caused loud
protests from the majority of
the fans because it was run in
comolete darkness. The compe
titors could only be seen when
they raced into a section of light
in front of the main grandstand
in the final half furlong. Violin
Viejo wound up a seven-iensm
Oi,f i a leading candidate for tr.e j j Mar Bravo $5 60, 2.60
2 Le Matelot $z.to
j Juin Franco track entropion
hjp, Rosier is a definite "long "long-Kdol"
Kdol" "long-Kdol" threat.
J4uben Vasquez, just back from
Icr.g susperelon, will guide
!ilossadeq. Fernando Alvaie will
handle the reins on posiblc-
Jnente. Alfredo Vasquez. also Third Race:
lp0lo Magnetico $4.20, 2J0
2 French Shoe $2.40
First Double: $14.8C
2 Francisauito,'$2 80, 2.20
2 Frljollto $2.20
fresh from rervine out a pro
i 1 longed suspension, win attempt
ft I to get Embassy home first. Lead
ing jocKey Braulio Baeza will do
iut Dooung on Hosugaaor. oui
'Uormo Sanchez eets the assign
unftnt. nn rtnnlcnrn
4rnu ill nvc,
v,- fofiA. IOlimDPlCO JO.u, li-ou
t.& ard is the reappearance ofiVtCurrita $&.40
. the unbeaten Santurron. Tae
I folir-vear-old Areentine bd.
consecutive win in the mtn race
lir which he has been excluded
lrfom the betting. The highly
rated Delta, disappointing Gou-
Yernant, promising sauionao, sith Race:
tpeedy Blue Sky and Picudo will hMikel $7.40, 2.60
t i i . n
" yuinieia: m
1 Janlna (excluded from
2 Apache $9.20
X No place betting
oppose Mrs. Loty de Lazzann's 2 Plcararo $2.40
f Eight other interesting races
mse inciuaea on me cara.
'?The Chiriqui's Improved Fiel-
tro yesterday raced to a surprise
three-quarter length victory
Vr odds-on mutuels favorite
ouvre in the featured $600 six
furlong sprint for fourth series
- : fieltro chased speedy Louvre
to? the final sixteenth where he
( drew alongside and graced by to
I score drawing away. The time
t was a creditable 1:12 45 the
sajne as made by unbeaten na na-'
' na-' trte filly Janina as she scored
I tinder wraps. Braulio Baeza rode
'both Fieltro and Janlna and also
i scored with Polo Magnetico and
Bmancero to be the day's wln-j
ym i i
1 King $6.40, 5.60
2 Dawn Song $6
Second Double: $30.40
The Canal Zone Bus Service
Basketball Series got under way
last Wednesday night at Rain
bow City. Both games played
were very close with plenty of
excitement. Gallito (Paraiso)
downed Army and Navy (Santa
Cruz) 59-56 and Cerveza Balboa
(Santa Cruz) defeated Rainbow
in an extra quarter game
Ine openlne game of the se
rles was dedicated to Ralph
(Smiley) Goodlne of Gatun Fire
Station. In this game Gallito who
were trailing at the start of
third quarter bounced back to go
on and beat Army and Navy.
With 20 seconds to play in the
last quarter and Army and Navy
trailing bv rour points had eight
tree throws but only made one.
The steadying playing of Gil-
"berto Moreno, Alfred Titus, Lio Lionel
nel Lionel Blades and Roberto Blades
enabled Gallito to win their first
game of the series.
High pointers were: V. Stultz
(Army and Navy) 17, G. Moreno
and A. Titus (Gallito) 16 and L.
Blades (Gallito) 14.
The second game of the series
was dedicated to Walter Caba
Hon) Alley ne who has just re
turned to the Isthmus. In this
second encounter of the night
Kamoow City got orr to an
eight-point lead before the
Beermen could score. Rainbow
City, who led until the last quar quarter
ter quarter when George (The Old Rock Rock-inpphair)
inpphair) Rock-inpphair) Wpeks of Cerveza
Balboa, broke loose for 16 points
to support the cause and send
his team into a tie with Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City.
At the start of the fifth quar quar-terBalboa
terBalboa quar-terBalboa showing their great
speed and skill of passing took
a six point lead 80-74. Rainbow
City then came within two
points of the lead, but Balboa
kept their stride and went on to
beat Rambow Ctiy 87-85.
- Hieh pointer were A. GuJl
Iette (Bllboa) 25. G. Weeks (BaU'
boa) 19,' A.- Charles (Rainbow
City) 17, L. King and R. Red
man (Rainbow City) 16.
Entries for the Credit Union's
Classic which will be one mile
at press time were: James Rodg-
prs AAflrt.tn .Tnhnenn MirnM
Pnnwr Mirhapl Rmf anrt lnhn
West. Entries are still open.
2nd Race, 6th Series Imp. 6 Fgs.Purse $400 Pool Closes 1:30
2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE.
i. .. " i' V
1 Reynold G. Sanchez 115 Knocking at door 2
2 Venganza B. Baeza 113 Returns i from layoff 5-2
3 Ocala Miss M.' Goerrera 100 Nothing to recommend 20
Master Melody J. jime.aos Poor effort in last -.. lo-l
5 Curaie. C, Quiros I03x Hasn't shown much 15-1
6 Rutllante F. Alvarez 105 Best sprinter here EVEN
Pool Closes 2:00
3rd Race, "F" Natives 8 Fes. Purse $375
1 Melllzo T. Alvarez 110 Looks good at fames ; 41
2 Certamen J. Talavera 107x Impressive win last 3-1
3 Yoyita B. Baeza 104 Distance suits, style 5-:
4 Bugaba J. Fnimp3 lio Could make It here 5-2
5 Jipi Japa R. Vasquez 115 Distance to liking EVEN
6 Moonshiner Jose Rodri. 108 Has strong' finish 15-1
4th Race, "Hla." Natives 7 Fffs.Purse $375
Pool Closes 2:30
J. Phillips 118 Long overdue
F. Alvarez 106 Distance to liking
G. Ramos 97x Could get up now
H. Ruiz 115 Ran well in last
5 Guacamaya Jose Rpdri. J Of, Good early seped
6 Avlspa G. Sanchez 108 Hopeless case
5th Race, 5th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.Purse $500
Pool Closes 3:00
1 Picudo H. De Gracia lOIx Not in this, field
2 Blue Sky Carvajal 110 Good early speed
3 Sabiondo G. Ramos 102x Could be runnerup
4 Gouvernant R. Vasquez 115 Has excellent workouts
5 Delta V. Octega 115 Impressive debut win
6 Santurron B. Baeza 120 Excluded "from betting
6th Race, 6th Series Imp. 6 F(5.Pnrse $400 Pool Closes 3:40
FIRST RACE OF THE, DOUBLE
1 Trirreme G. Sanchez 118 Usually close up 3-1
2 Doha Beatriz F. Alvarez 108 Nothing to recommend 15 l
3 Chulpa J. Talavera 105x Fastest at getaway 2-1
4 Mrs. Halllgan A. Credi. i!i8 Terrible recent races 100-1
5 Patan R. Vasquez 114 Bad legs hamper 5-1
6 Teloreo B. Baezu 115 Was never better 3-1
7 Salero E. Julian 112 Jockey handicaps 4-1
8 -Concrete Pipe J. Phil. 110 Ran well in laSt io-l
8 Miss Patience G. Ramos 102x Could be upsetter 4-1
f i k,
, 4 x
TROPHY WINNERS Winners arid unners-up In the Fort' Amador GolfWw. trlLt
Fort Amador; Forrest G
Dunsmnor: MviHan- w ih. V ttTXr" ". uonovsn,
G. Armitage, 15th Naval DistrictMrthS',frr XZZ? cmdr.H.
ctT rHZmh cIvl"? MSgt LamoiA Coftoan Albrook ab'
civilian and Maj. W. D. Akers, AlbrooklAt-B. (U.S. Army Photo) "r
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 19 (UP)
Temple University mad, a
fourth period goal line stand and
then intercepted a last minute
pass on the seven yard line to
preserve a 13-12 win today and
tumble favored Lafayette from
me unoeaten class.
1 Grev Juan $3.60
2 Alminar $2.60
1 Sera Bueno $3.60, 2.60
2 Contralor $3.60
EAST LANSING, Mich. (NEA)
Oroginally built in 1923 to hold
14,000 Michigan state's football
stadium mow accommodates 76, 76,-000
000 76,-000 people.
1 Fieltro $15.20,
2 Louvre $2.20
1 iVolin Viejo $5.20, 4.40
2 Atomic Spring $9.80
7th Race, 6th Series Imp. 6 Fes. Purse $400 Pool Closes
2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Escorial J. Jimenez 110 Enjoying fine form
2 Empire. Cross 1 G. San. 110 Form indicates
3 Dagon B. Baeza 108' Has heaten better"
-camberwell' R." Vastrheg' 110 Distance handicaps
6 Resuelto A. Crsdldio 110 Welers routes too
Oro Purito A. asquez 118 Dangerous eontender
7 Mezereum A. Mena 112x Quits badly in stretch
8 (Tony J. fiamaniego 115 Refuses at break
8 (Rlscal G. Ramos 103x Longshot possibility
Sth Race, "C and D'
Nat. 7 Fgs.Pnrse $425
Pool Closes 4:40
IOWA CITY. Iowa. Oct. 19
tup) Deiending Big 10 cham
pion Iowa survived its sternest
test of the year today to stop a
gambling, fightine Wisconsin
team 21-7, before 53,147 home
PRINCETON, N.J., Oct. 19
(UP) Underdog Colgate, with
an attack so feeble It could not
cross the Midfield stripe for the
greater part of three periods,
capitalized on an intercepted
pass and a poor kick In the last
quarter today to knock Prince
ton out of the unbeaten ranks,
12-10: : V-' '.V .1
. ', ''
: NEW BRUNSWICKN. J., Oct
19 (UP) Undefeated Leghlgh
ground out a 13-7 victory over
ruteers today on scoring drives
in the second and third periods
1 Don,Grau G. Ramos lorx Returns from layoff
2 Yosikito B. Baeza 108 Usually quits in stretch
3 Naranjazo J. Talavera 109x Rates good chance
4 Chito A. Vasquez 113 Form indicates
5 Portal A. Valdivia 115 Rider only handicap
6 (Dr. Bill J. Phillip.? 115 Hard to beat here
7 (Don Brigido G. San. 120 Should help entrymate
9th Race, Imp. 1 Mile Purse $2000
HORSE OWNERS CLASSIC
Pool Closes 5:15
1 Posiblemente F. Alvarez 115 Better this week
Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT
1 The Gipsy
3 Jipi Japa
6 Miss Patience
8 Chito t
Dr. Bill 'e
G. Sanchez 120
A. Vasquez 115
B. Baeza 113
R. Vasquez l?.0
J. Phillips 116
In thick of battle
Will fight it out
Enjoying great form
Back in best shape
On!y outsider here
ITHACA. N.Y.. Oct. 19 (UP)
Dick Winterbauer passed for
two touchdowns today as Yale
came from behind to defeat
Cornell, 18-7. in an Iw League
contest before 20,000 at Schoel Schoel-kops
kops Schoel-kops Field.
game In three years..
PROVIDENCE, 'R.I.. Oct- 19
(UP) Sparked by the passing
and running- of quarterback
Frank Finney, Brown University
nanaea renn its fourth loss of
the season ( 20-7, before 8000
ralnsoaked fans at Brown Sta
ANN ARBOR, Mich., Oct, 19
(UP) Michigan defeated
Northwestern 34-'l today in. la
Big Ten football game played
Deiore 70,884 homecoming fans.
EAST LANSING. Mich Oct.
19 (UP ) j Purdue combined -a
surprising offehsivefwlth a stiff
defense today to uttset top-rank-
ed Michigan State 20-13, before
a recora crowa r 64.950 fans at
spartan stadium. ; x
(UPkt- fourth-oefeioct Aassed
iiuui uhc uiacuey kj uave moss
gave uarmoutn a 14-7 triumph
over Holy Cross, before 19,000
iiuiutnuming lans toaay.
A 69-Vard tiass nlav set nn
Bradley' one-yard buck for the
first touchdow.-.The second was
a i3-yara pass- to Moss In the
S v n )
DURHAM. N n rv-f m
Duke asserted its power today,
alternating four units, to crush
wke .Forest 34-7 before 17,600
fans in Duke Stadium.-
Th( natfon' -oi-tv.
team, iow' unbeaten in
games. Dnurmi nv if -ni-4..
the second period to- assure its
vuii-u .'Aunuue.'juoasi confer conference
ence conference victory. Five Blue Pevlls
$ 1 "nl,..
ATLANTA. Oct 19 (UP)
Auburn fullback Billy AtkinS
kicked a 24-vard field eoal and
his teammates lived up to their
reoutation as the nation's best
defensive team toda" to stop
Georgia Terh where it counted
for a 3-0 victory.
10th Race, "Special", Ima. FgsJurse $1000 Pool Closes 5:45
1 Bacancito J. Rodriguez 130 Could go all the way
2 Crew's Hill B. Baeza 105 Pointing for classic
3 Town's Wall G. Sanchez 115 Has class plus
4 Gavilan J. Phillips 118 Distance to liking
WEST POINT. N.Y.. Oct. Wflll
(UP) Alert Army, after being
held to a 6-6 tie at halftime,
took advantage of Intercepted
passes to overpower r Pittsburgh,
29-13, before a capacity crowd
of 27.550 today at Michle Sta Stadium.
CAMBRIDGE, "Mass., .Oct 19
(UP) Sophomore- lialfback
Chet Boulris scored two touch touchdowns
downs touchdowns within four minutes of
in& tnird period to break open
a muddy, six-all tie and trive
tiarvara a 19-6 victory over Col Columbia
umbia Columbia today In a rain-soaked
battle of Ivy League "weak sis
PTCHMOND. Va., Oct. 19 (UP)
Fullback Jim Bakhtiar rock rocketed
eted rocketed for four touchdowns and
153 yards todav to lead the h'is-
tlin Univeritv of Virginia Ca
valiers to a 38-7 victory over fo fo-vored
vored fo-vored VWinia Tech in the 9th
annual Tobacco Bowl.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa., Oct,
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Oct. 19 19 (UP) Vanderbilt's Com-
(UP) Ohio State, punching modores riddled Penn State's
across touchdowns at will, hum- pass defense for twe.touchdowns
bled winless Indiana today 56-0, in 65 seconds in the third pe pe-before
before pe-before 8348 fans, the smallest riod today to come from behind
3-2 1 crowd at an Ohio State home and bag the Nittany Lions 32
GETTYSBURG, Pa., Oct. 19-
,ur' Gettysburg used its en entire
tire entire squad in routing Albright,
37-13 today before si Dad's day
crowd of 5000 in Memorial ata ata-drum,
drum, ata-drum, ,. :
rtOTISBDRO, Pa., Oct. 1ST
fuP), Sophomore Amelio Di Di-Mtto
Mtto Di-Mtto pitched three touchdown
passes and set up the fourth o o-day
day o-day to leact Boston Smiverslty to
a 28-0 triumph over nulrnn
before 6500 homecomlhi. day
fans. ; i:;:-';?wrg-it:,"f-
(irpi Juris 'Benin; onnrMt nil
of unbeaten Tufts rjolnts Joday
as the Jumboes rolled tnntftetr
fourth-strxieht victory deifeftt deifeftt-ing
ing deifeftt-ing Franklin and Marshall.il 4.
FORT "WORTH, Tex.7 Oct; 19
UP) The nation's ImirthJ. Tat- ;
ed Texas Ageies cashed In a
fumble for a touchdown in the
first five minutes today, then
staved off a menacinn Texas
Christian underdog for 55 mm- j
utes to win its Southwest Con Con-ference
ference Con-ference opener 7-0. 1
COLLEGE PARK, Md., OctrtlO
(UP) Fortv-three thousand
came to see a queen today and
stayed to cheer a 21-7 Maryland
revenge victors: over favored
A Big Day for Horse Owners
"4 1st, 2nd 6th, 7th RACES
3rd and 9th RACES
4 ill and 8th Races
Horse Owners Association Classic
9th RACE-1 MILE PURSE $2,000.00 ONE-TWO
1. POSIBLEMENTE F. Alvarez ...... ; .J15
2. OPULENTO G. Sanchez . . ( m
3. EMBASSY V.'J.. v......... A. Vasquez; : w; 115
4. HOSTIGADOR ; B. Baeza 113
5. MOSSADEQ R Vasquez v 120
6. ROSIER J Phillint 1U
: Fop the convenience
of our patrons we are
now operating bbtK at ;
the "COPA CABANA". I
CHILDREN ARE NOT
ALLOWED AT THE
PRESIDENT REMON RACE TRACI
SUNDAY, OCTOBER '20, 1957
Why Coast Wanted New York
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AND STILT65 iSHOPPPING
DAYS TO CHRISTMAS
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' ; SPORTS SWITCHJohn Kingrch 6t Christian Brothers7
i 1 College, St. Louis, talks to a chunky back, name of Dickf
v Musial, 17-year-old son of Stan the Man." Dick is a star enidderji
i jnd;tratk man at the prep school. He leaves baseball -so'
y? jar,- anyway to. pop, who-, Jed batters for seventh time.'
'-r-t: Tt A:mDk EttIe ohrase. But to ;K
l the parents" wh w'genuinely Oncernei with th
development of their children 8 character ana
gpersonality it contain excitement 1
anticipation. -pod aincere gratitude, further
".-V more, it reassures them their selection of a
iWuruter lano naa oeen wise one
OKrtroU toTO many xcMvt Wki'.
tear IhIm MkiM rtelMiioeiWv. J CI
"Mora Pmi ftw WwfitMT 0 WTv V VIV
. CONVENIENT 'TERMj.' '
; By HARRY GRAYSQN
NEW YORK- (NEA) The
Milwaukee iigurei tell 'jou why
Los Angeles and San. Francisco
wanted the Dodgers and the Gi Giants,
ants, Giants, And' why ; Toronto. ., Minnea Minneapolis
polis Minneapolis and-Seattle,, would like .to
get in, the big league act,' - V V
A survey taken ,hy the Milwsu-icp-
Associatoa- of Commerce
Bhows that .Milwaukee's" income
from baseball in live year? w w-Lis
Lis w-Lis $33,23M22.40, 1; ''i
"We weren't interested in guess
estimates," stressed. Ray H. Wei
brod, executive-, vice-president oi
the Association,, revealing ,the, fig fig-nra
nra fig-nra for the first time.i We waM
ed to-know the facts. On the ba ba-i
i ba-i of m all Orders received at. the
Braves' ticket; office; 2,000 : qea-
tionnaires were? -; m auea r 19 l va
rroxs-section of people living 50
or more : miles taway'-,
C Weisbrod Waks jdwthis .year ;
Retail tore ,4i;.76W9l.M
MisceUaneous.' items' 857 ,ML09
GaMiW Utlons ; U,UM
Total Mlft )fisW
When vthr uuestionhaires
returned; -the Association. Pf Com Commerce
merce Commerce learned- that the; average
outrOf-tbwnfa spent Mau Mau-kee
kee Mau-kee $327 in restaurant, JZ.Wjn
iii hotels, t -cems ioc -lone,
18 cents for local transporta transportation
tion transportation and .11.29. -.tut. miscellaneous 1-
tems. i. t-V .'
""Those who came io town for a
big week-end spent agreat flsai
more,' reminas weiBuiou..
the other extreme, many orove
in for a game and len immeaiaie-
lv after without spending any
thing In Milwaukee. The average.
however, was jio.sk per perauu.
tub IRAVES HAVi BERN a
eood for Milwaukee as Sudsville
I. 4ri 4h nhih.. r ..... s
. .1 ...al luTCAfHa 91
. xnere -are ower- k mstw
nAint out Wisbrod. i'Eor ex
ample,, the Perinis trhough their
construction business annually pur purchase
chase purchase eauipment from Milwaukee
industries valued at more than
the gross receipts for the Braves'
home games K
'The $65,000,000 contract which
the Perinis have 'handled con con-ctmrtinff
ctmrtinff con-ctmrtinff twin tunnels under the
city of Niagara' Falls, Ontario, in involved
volved involved the purchase of $16,000,000
in heavy machinery, ui mat to total.
tal. total. iio.600.000 was spent with
manufacturers l.-m ,, Milwaukee,
Racine, Green Bay and .other
Wisconsin cities. The construction
work the Perini Company is doing
n the St. Lawrence Seaway ad
Power Project is sending Mil
waukee a rich harvest in many
THi' BRAViSXHANGRD shop
ping, habits in the Great Cheese Cheese-lands.
"A newsDSDer nublistier In
northern Wisconsin told., President
Joe Cairries of the Brave's and
me that his faihily always had
done its shopping in Minneapolis,
but since the Braves ana come
to Wiscinsin they felt the team al
so belonged to tbem, reports
Weisbrod. "Throueh trios to Mil
waukee these, people changed, their
buying habits, shop m our stores
instead ot going to Minneapolis.
'No longer Is Milwaukee like the
bis city which smaller towns in
anv state usuallv dislike. Intfuiries
have confirmed the significant tie
velopment that the Braves
brought the people and cities of
Wisconsin together in a ,, great
spirit of family interest, all of
which is benefitting our .- retail,
wholesale and governmental oper operations
ations operations the-year, round," i. ;,
MILWAUKKE DESERVED NO
THING bht the. best and got it in
A Lou Perini doesn't Co with
either the Dodgers or the Giants,
but now you know wny loj An
geles gave the one 300 acres and
San Francisco built a bail park
lor tne otner.
Meanwhile, the New York Tran Transit
sit Transit Authority estimates an annual
loss of $300,000 in fubway gates
because of the franchise shuts. 4
But a little --thin' Uka r that
doen't stifle? tlmyawa, of t th t
New York politicians.
r ... . -...-
: 71 1 0 BOLIVAR 'AVE.": -,v .-if-COLON AO
.'V- ... '. 1 .. .-. .
4 r .1
BARCfJ IX IUu-Wobh,
fist in the air, took a long step
toward the head of the heavy
weight class by knocking out
previously unbeaten Alex Miteff
in 77 seconds m Syracuse,
commander 'R.' A. Sexton of the
isth Naval District bowls the first ball to open the Panama
Area Armed Forces 1957 Bowling, Tournament. Initial action
In the competition took place at the 15th Naval District al'.eys
Friday night, October' 11, and the tournament is continuing
at Fort Gulick, Albrook Air 'Force Base and Fort Kobbev
i ... ; (U.S. Army Photo)
In his six'ywra a manager -of
the Cleveland Indians Al Lopez
had never been worse tnan sec second,
ond, second, and once, he had taken it
all, upsetting the top heavy Yanj
kees with a club that won 111
Karnes, a league record.
.At tne ena. or- me ao seaaun
Hank Greenbefg, tne general
manager, announced that Lopez
had tendered -hi resignation,
that It was being accepted witn
the utmost reluctance, and that
no matter where Lopez' guiding
star led him.Jihence forth he
could always count on the club's
best wishes ana tne general
manager'! Dressings In pirtlcu
lar. 1 '
No one waa quicker to recog recognize
nize recognize the liberal spreads of bush-
wan with which, these spurious
jjestiments weraj iacedtthan- Car
se' Stengel; -wito :-
JYou'd think by now 'that
them auvs would be smartened
up," he barked. "The public
knows It ain't the manager's
fault when the' team loses. To
win a manager has to have the
players. And it Isn't his Job to
get the players, It's the general
manager's. So Instead of firing
the manager they should fire the
The majority stockholders In
the Cleveland 'club must have
heard Ole Case. Last week they
fired the general manager,' For
the first time since '46 the club
had finished out of the first di division,
vision, division, attendance had shriveled
to a new post war low and the
vear's fiscal statement would
show a substantial loss, $200,000
or more, we near. r n
As long as the club made mon
ev. the stockholders willingly en
dorsed such conventional and
contrived appeasements as firing
tne manager, but wnen tney be began
gan began to bleed in the region of
their own pocket books well,
that was quite another .matter
The fact that Oreenberg was a
stockholder himself (20 per cent
or thereabouts) c a r r i e-d i no
weight when the showdown
came. He couldn't haVe had too
many on his side: anyway. The
old home run hitter has never
been very popular In the 'Lake
City: he estranged a large part
of the press early; he made the
fans furious when ne gave tne
boot to Lou Boudreau;- an' au authentic
thentic authentic town deity some of the
trades de made backfired on him
messily; and there was the In Inevitable
evitable Inevitable number who defied him
to make them like him. Under
Ironically be's vifrRQVSD
Greenberg had some; bad
breaks. What seemed to be his
best, mays have been his-worst.
He Immediately followed the cir cir-cUsy.
cUsy. cir-cUsy. flamboyant, but emphati
cally successful BUI veecK,- wno
brought Cleveland its first pen
nant since 1920 and set a still
standing attendance record of
2vB20,62V. Greenber was soon to
learn that Veeck, who had sold
out at a lush profit, could do no
wrong, and by comparison, he
could never no anytning right.
The ironic thing about Green-,
berg's dismissal is that he is
probably a very good general
Manager now Certainly he is a
much better one than in '40
when, urged by Veeck, the con
temporary owners, unmindful of!
the fact that oreenberg was al almost
most almost completely without experi experience,
ence, experience, gave Wmv. the lull, run of
tfte-stpipHs M ttctasri
Evejvao, sthe irecqrds, (atwhat
they, are worth, testify, that
Oreenberg ran the store .success .successfully
fully .successfully from the outset This Is the
first year he ever had a second
division team.' And in '54 he gave
the fans a championship team:
This was another time when
what appeared to be a good
break turned out to be a bad one
for him. The Indians blew the
World Series in four straight to
the Giants. Who got the blame?
Oreenberg! He had won the pen pennant
nant pennant with a lousy ball club and
here was the proof. Bool
Willie Mays Stars
Win Two. Lose One
In Ciudad trujillo
CIUDAD TRUJILLO. Out. 19
(UP) The Willie Mays All All-Star
Star All-Star team ba w0l two nd
lost one of the three games
Mays' squad beat the Orien Orientates
tates Orientates club 9-0, and the Lloey
team 4-2, but fell to a local sel selection
ection selection 3-2. v
More than 70,000 fans hava
attended the games. ;
The visitors will also plat
three games lit Managua, Ni Nicaragua,
caragua, Nicaragua, before going to Pan Panama
ama Panama for three more contents.
They will end their barnstorm barnstorming
ing barnstorming tour on the West Coast.
. Hot Dogs
MANHATTAN, Kans. (NEA)
Income from concessions is chan
neled into athletic schoiarnips
at Kansas State.
n thA wildcat football play
ers build with hot dogs and get
pep with pop. i
Ths athVllc denartment this
year took over the operation oi
concessions at football and bas basketball
ketball basketball games- Ray Wauthier,
baseball coach and acting head ot
the department of men's physical
education, is the concession man manager.
ager. manager. The operation previously
had been let to professional con concerns.
cerns. concerns. BACK IN GARDEN
NEW YORK (NEA) Boxing
.returns to Madison Sauare Gar Gar-I
I Gar-I Hon with d in-rnund match be
tween Rocky Castellani and Rory
Calhoun, middlewelghts, Oct. 18.
I - "1 jr ? -V -m i$ '-w..mii:A m
;v:.3'7 - H
'SAY HEY!' Amazln' WUlie Mays, the slugging 'Say Hey it
kid of the San Francisco Giants, heads a team of cpicrecL,,.
baseball stars which will arrive in Panama Friday jor a three.j.
game series at the Olympic Stadium against local tsamsw.(i,.
beginning Saturday night. Mays was runner-up to Stan iT&fc,
Man) Musial of the St. Louis Cardinals for the 1957 National.,
League batting championship with a .333 average. .Hi 35, ?
homers were bettered only by Hank Aaron of the Woridj,,,
Champion Milwaukee Braves. (44) and Duke Fnlder of the,
Brooklyn Dodgers, (40). The Mays troupe will engage thf
Chesterfield team of the Panama t o Le! ;. t, v
dav night, take on the champion Cerveza Balboa club Sun-
day morning at 9:30 and oppose an aii- .Ur aghiegaviQn;ur,
the finale at 7:30 Monday night.
SCORE LOSS HIS DOWNFALL
Anytime a fellow is as widely
and persistently criticized as
Oreenberg was in Cleveland, It is
safe to assume that he is not
entirely blameless. For one thing,
Greenberg popped off too much,
for another, he had a distorted
sense of public relations and
team publicity. Much a we like
him. we must concede he often
went .out of his way looking for
And yet tne thought occurs
that he still might have survived
If Herb Score hadn't been side
lined all season. The year before
Score had become the game's big
pitching attraction; he won 20
and fanned 263. Now .when peo people
ple people called him "another Feller"
they didn't snicker.
There was every season to ex expect
pect expect that with added confidence
and experience, he would be
even more spectacular this year.
It was beyond him to make a
pennant winner of the Indians,
bub he could keep them in con con-tention.
tention. con-tention. And as a box office
draw, he'd stand alone.
Greenberg, in the final analy analysis,
sis, analysis, was fired because the club
finished in the red... and that
wouldn't have happened If Score
had managed to duct Oil Mc-
Dougald's line drive In time. I
It's time to step up to
91 HMr. tX!f
Four, Rose Bourbon time is ou'.
Don't miss another moiMiaVaenr :ivA
joynf the incomparable
smoothness and nchneea ot pout
"lev im.-,' -sun n un
K ft. J II
It's time for
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THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
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FOR RFNT: Furnished rooms
',rrnar 4th JhIv Avenu- n I
,Jfr..t, Information: Call 3 3-'
' 3-' 0575.
( FOR RENT: Furnished three
J' bedrooms, two baths, large fenc-
ad in yard ideal for children.
'94th St. San Francisco. Available
. rt' Dec. 18 to Mar. It. Phone 3 3-.
. 3-. 3885.
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; COMPANf A JLFARO
jt 29-28 Peru Avenue
, l W .11.
. nit aej
LBT US SAVE YOU MONEY
AND GIVE YOUR CAR NEW
UFE WITH A SET OF GENUINE
FORD PISTON RINGS
ONLY $16.90 -.:'f.y:.
ATTINTION. 0. 1.1 Just built
modern furnished apartments, I.
2 bedroom, hot. cold witor.
Phono Panama -4941.
FOR RENT: Furnished Mod Mod-dern
dern Mod-dern apartment, 6 closets, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, livinf room, alining room,
kitchen, porch, garage. 46th St.
East No. 2-6T. Phonn 3-1423.
FOR RENT: -1 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living-dinii.g room, kit kitchen
chen kitchen and bath.;'; Hot and cold
water connection, 'Recently built
modern house in front- of Park
Urraca in Bella Vista) -.Information
FOR RENT! A threeHsedroom
apartment; with two baths liv
ing-dmin room, kitchen, maid's
room with own bath, washtubs,
garaqe, and; hot water' facilities.
For further details '-calf- Panama
3-1292. CIA DULCIDIO GON GONZALEZ
ZALEZ GONZALEZ N. S. A., or apply to the
apartment No. ,1 in Ave. Eusebio
A. Morales No. 4, "El Cangrejo".
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, dining and sitting room,
two porches, maid's quarters
with service, 46. street No. 8.
Phone 3-0351. Price $110.
Washing machines and refrige refrigerators,
rators, refrigerators, slightly used. Excep Exceptionally
tionally Exceptionally aood orices. PANAMA
RADIO CORPORATION. Central
Avenue 7th No. 9-13. Phone 2 2-3364.
3364. 2-3364. FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished 2 bedroom apartment,
living room, dinina room, bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, porch, maid's room with
hthroom, garaqe. Located on El
Cangrejo Heinhts. Alberto Nava Navarro
rro Navarro street No. 48. Phone 2 2-2883.
2883. 2-2883. FOR RENT: Small apartments,
completely independent. "Via
Monumento Roosevelt." Phone
FOR RENT: Apartments and
rooms, ventilated, moderate
price, recently built. 1 5th street
No. 6, San Francisco.
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartments, hot Water. Be Bella
lla Bella Vista. Campo Alegre. Tel. 3 3-5024.
5024. 3-5024. FOR RENT: Apartments mod moderately
erately moderately priced, located in Rio
Abaio. Tel. 2-1650.
Al Balboa YMCA
The Balboa Y.M.C.A -V.S.O.
will present its th'rd lecture in
the outdoor Adventure series on
Tuesdpv at 7:30 p.m.
W. H. Esslinger, chief hydro hydro-grapher
grapher hydro-grapher of the Canal Zone, will
speak on "The Canopy of the
Air" and what makes our weath weather.
er. weather. His talk will be illustrated bv
film strips and will describe the
atmosphere. cloud formations
and what they mean.
Esslinger is head of the Meteo Meteorological
rological Meteorological and Hydro craphic
Branch and has been on the
Isthmus for 30 years. Before
that he was eight years with the
The lecture is free and is open
to the public.
LEAVE VOt AD WITH ONE Of OUR
INTERNAL OK PUBLIC ALIONKS No 1 Lottery Plan CA8A ZALDO-Central Ave. U 9. LOURDES PHARMACY-181 U Carraaqullla S A KM ACM LOM LOM-BABDO
BABDO LOM-BABDO No 2 "B' btreet MORRISON 4th at Jul Awa. Jt J a, I.CSVM nr.RVICK Aa. Tlvnll Na a a rRMAriA U1 inns IINinri 141 Central Ave
K ARM At I A LUX -184 Central Avenue
VAN-DKB-JIS 60 Street No EABMACU EL BATURRO Pareje Uleyre
the Bella Vnte Tbeetre. COLON 1
Washing machines and nfriga-
ratort, slightly used. Excep Exceptionally
tionally Exceptionally good prices. PANAMA
ROIO CORPORATION. Central
Avenue 7th No. 9-13. Phono 2 2-3364.
3364. 2-3364. FOR SALE: Single bed and
mattress dressers, chairs Wicker
and straight back, rockers,
small tables, 2 rugs 24x1414
and 12x16. Roll down slat
shades 8ft. and misc. Reasona Reasonable.
ble. Reasonable. Balboa 2409.
FOR SALE: Bendix washing
machine, completely automatic,
on castors; 2 years old, perfect
condition $125.00. Call Al Al-broo
broo Al-broo 2298.
FOR SALE: Bendix automatic
washing machine. Excellent con condition,
dition, condition, $65.00. Call Albrook
FOR SALE : Whirlpool semi-.'
automatic washer slightly used
$80; white mahogany China
cabinet $25.00. Curundu 5187.
FOR SALE: Living room' sot'
1 couch, 2 chairs, 1 coffee table.
House 2247 Carr St. Balboa.
FOR SALE: -25 cycle refrigera refrigerator,
tor, refrigerator, cheap, Cristobal 3-1743.
FOR SALE: Living and bed
room sets, leaving Isthmus. Calf
Panama 3-1755. v
' JIM RIDGE 11
Gibraltar Ule Ins. Co.
tor rates and Information
Tel. Panama J-0552
TRANSP0RTES BAXTER. S A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phone 2-2451 22562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding 6 Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phono 2-2451
or by appointment.
155 Central Ave,
Dr. GERALDO S. LIM
East 34th St. No. 6-25
Across from the Lux Theater
Hours: 9 to 12 3 to 6
Tel. 3-327i Panama
For military an civil service
personnel only In C.Z. write or
phone for information Phil Wei Wei-er,
er, Wei-er, General Afens. Phone X-OIM
Box 1114 Panama.
'kliHcSsi BOURNS Y6 TV
NEW YORK (UP) Bishop Ful Fulton
ton Fulton Sheen will return to television.
this season via filmed re-runs of
The Society for the Propagation
of the Faith, which receive all
revenues from sheen' TV shows;
will select 26 of his past programs
for syndication to stations through throughout
out throughout the country, .he re-runs will
be called "The Best of Bishop
Strong competition from CBS CBS-TV's
TV's CBS-TV's "I Love Lucy" and NBC NBC-TV's
TV's NBC-TV's "Twenty-One" was believed
largely responsible for the demise
of the Sheen series, which 'began
in 1962 on the Dumont network and
ended last April. v
FOR RENT: At 11 and Front
8 tree, across the Cristobal
Docks In the City, of Colon,
the second ftoor of the No No-red
red No-red ad es Atlantic, with, two
entrance for office or res residence
idence residence completely new with
modern convenience. It can
be seen. Will Be finished at
the end of this month,
r rt r r i a-s
AGENTS OR OU OrriCM AT 13-
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANISE J f. im
Central Avenue 12.ICI Tel, 43X
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford Tudor
' 6 cyl. 3200 miles. Good price.
Tel. Panama 3-1933. or Box 52
FOR SALE: Dodge 1949, 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, flue drive. Call C. 2. 2 2-2731
2731 2-2731 day or 7-4256 after 6:00.
FOR SALE: 1950 Mercury 4 4-door.
door. 4-door. Good paint, wsw tires,
radio, overdrive. Very clean car
thoughout, $495.00. Balboa
FOR SALE: 1956 Oldsmobile
88", 4-door Holiday. 2-tone,
ww, radio, hydamatic, driven
15,000 miles, perfect condition.
Telephone 5-474 or seen at
Qtrs. 418, Gatun. Can be financ financed.
ed. financed. FOR SALE: 1952 D.Soto
showroom condition, At your
price. Make your offer at 14. 14.-'201
'201 14.-'201 Amador Guerrero, Colon.
' FOR SALE; '49 Olds, coupe,
hydra, wsw, good tires, army
inspected, highest offer, Panama
For the best Club-Plan, 'consult
PANAMA RADIO CORPORA CORPORATION.
TION. CORPORATION. Central Avenue 7th No.
9-13. Phone 2-3364.
FOR SALE: 1956 Lincoln
"Premier", two, door hardtop.
Black finish, rod and black up upholstery
holstery upholstery in excellent ; condition.
All automatic controls and power
accessories. During- office hours
Monday through Friday call Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-6365. At night call Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-4457.
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford Fairlan
4-door, two colors, radio, twin
exhaust. Mint class condition.
Call Navy 3073.
FOR SALE: 1941 Plymouth,
$75.00. Rebuilt motor. Call
Clayton 6266, 9:00 to 4:00.
FOR SALE: By U. S. Embassy
1951 Chevrolet 4-deor sedan,
1 953 Chevrolet "Carryal", Car
air conditioner, Vornado. Above
items may bo inspected and bid
forms obtain in rear of U, S.
Embassy, Balboa Avo. at 37th St.
between 9:30 and -11 tOO a.m.'
1 Wednesday through Friday, Or
tober 23-25. -.-k.-v r (.: .!
FOR SALE: Chevrolet, 1957,
model 20, 4-door sedan, two
tone. R. Coy. Phono Balboa
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford Tudor
3400 miles $400. Discount from
list price. Box 52 Curundu.
FOR SALE: Hot rod -convertible
Ford. Excellent running con condition,
dition, condition, radio. $185.00 Apply
IUSA Bolivar No. 77. Tel. 3 3-1719.
1719. 3-1719. FOR SALE: 1955 4-door Ford
Customline, fordomatie, radio,
heater, new conditions $1300:
Phone Fort Clayton 3264.
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford Sedan.
Call Balboa 2474.
FLU VACCINE! RIPORT
WASHINGTON (UP) r- Produc Producers
ers Producers are distributing Asian Flu vac vac-,cine
,cine vac-,cine almost as fast as it is tested
and released, the TJ.S. Public
Health Service reports.. The agen agency
cy agency said yesterday 13,502,947 shots
were released doying August and
September and 11,245,055 doses
had been packaged and shipped
out by Oct. 4. The Armed Services
received 4,371,300 shots of the to total
tal total and 6,873,755 went for civilian
. ;s v-i',- -. j-,'
Full command -of f.thV."ngUsM iangiiape imperative:-.
capable of translatlrtf -Spanish text to English ad
TertlslnK. cop.rrtcR .layouts with Ideas
that sell. y&rS''f-p: :.v
ft -.: -.V ..
Please apply tt writing for an appointment to a per per-aonal
aonal per-aonal mtervlew.detallirif; experience and previous
employment. Please fivB telephone numbers where you
can be reachedA
The General Uanager,
Boxt 134. Panama.
"If" KTEEIT, PANAMA UBRERIA f
la One Ave. No. 41 OTO DnMY-Jotli
1 Street a) FARMACIA "S AS" Vie Pome ill MOVEDADES A THIS Bedds
Washing machines and refrigera refrigerators,
tors, refrigerators, slightly used. Exceptionally
good prices. PANAMA RADIO
CORPORATION, Central Avenue
7th kio. 9-13. Phone 2-3364.
FOR SALE inlays tweed winter
over-coat, suite, sport coat, aixe
12. TeL 3-0322; ''
FOR SALE: Two Nerthill aeua aeua-lungs,
lungs, aeua-lungs, 2 spearfishing guns, Co- 1
lor-master projector screen, up upholstered
holstered upholstered rocker chair. Phone 3 3-5362.
5362. 3-5362. FOR SALE: Piano, typewriter,
radio, record player, shaver,
b e e k e n d s, (blackboard, teysr
sports items, watches, clothes,
miscellaneous; 2308-B. Las Cni Cni-ces,
ces, Cni-ces, Balboa. -'
FOR SALE: Lattice, recently
painted. No V reasonable offer
rejected. 6355-8. Los Ries Tel.
FOR SALE t 1 954 model whirl whirlpool
pool whirlpool automatic Washing machine
with suds, saver, good condition.
$100. Telephone Albrook 86 86-4108.
FOR SALE: Westinghouso
laundromat. Excellent condition.
60 cycle $ 75.00, cash. Call Al Albrook
brook Albrook 3295. I
FOR SALE: Letter of credit
for $1,500 en G. M. truck or
Chevrolet station wagon, will sell
for $1,350 or $1,600 on Buick
or Oldsmobile for $1,400. No
trade Ins.'" Solid mahogany war wardrobe
drobe wardrobe cabinet, wheater, 6
drawers' and compartments, 'be
racks, $125.00. Qtrs 2061-B
Curundu, Pkcme 4133.
FOR SALE. Iy U. S. Embassy
refrigerator, G. E. 2 -door, dairy
type, water heater, Ruud, gas, 40
gallon, power lawn mower,'
Gravely, MooTel L, Bicycle. Above
items may be Inspected and bid
forms obteined in rear of U. S.
Embassy Balboa Ave. at, 37th St.
Between 9:30 and 11 :30 a.m.
Wednesday through Friday, Oc October
tober October 23-25. v -4 :
j PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS, CASH REGISTERS AND
. FOR' SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in pub public,
lic, public, wiH be roceiyed in the office
- of the Superintendent, Store Storehouse
house Storehouse Branch, under the follow;
INVITATION S-57-374 To
bo opened 10:30 a.m., October
25, 1957 cavers brass, brenie,
steel, bronze chasers and dies,
, cutters, dogs, oil burner and
parts, ail distributor parts, San Sander
der Sander parts,; street light parts,
lamps, glassware, wheals,, and
miscellaneous automotive parts.
INVITATION S-57-175 To
. be opened 2:30 p.m.. October
25. 1957 covers National. Cash
For further information and co copies
pies copies of invitations, .contact' Of Office
fice Office of Superintendent, Store Store-housase
housase Store-housase Branch, telephone 2-
FOR SALE: Grass windows
made of mahogany frame and
screen frame lor Windows in good
condition. Tel. 2-1650.
FOR SALE: 2500 watt electric'
light plant, tO cycles 110 volts.
See at 2624-B. Cecoli or phone
Pedro Miguel 333.
American press, inc.
KKCIADO 7 Stfeel NO. IS AOENClAk
Aroaemer. Ave. anri sa 8t e FARMACIA
l-.ninuto car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
cart $5. Auto-Bano, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
For the best in TV and electric
repairs, telephone: Panama 3 3-7607
7607 3-7607 U. S. Television. All service
C. O. D.
Tht best dinners end drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioner
conditioner air-conditioner cafeteria grill and
bar. Hotai Internacionaf "Pla "Plata
ta "Plata S da May.
For the best Club-Plan, consult
PANAMA RADIO CORPORA.
TION. Central Avenue 7th No.
9-13. Phone 2-3364.
To Submit Civilian
The U.S. Army Caribbean has
been invited to submit nomina
tions for the 10th amnnalAr amnnalAr-thur
thur amnnalAr-thur s. Flemming Awards, 'pre 'presented
sented 'presented annual?v io ten civilian
employes of the government who
work in scientific fthd technical
or administrative, and executive
fields .;;-v cran ana me leiepnoue. :
The totoimw theLSS
vtaaMnmunt r Ti- o. i Arts in Britain nave iurviyea
ber of Commerce consists of a
plague and a gold pistinguish'ed
Service1 'Award' key
Nominations from thw com command
mand command must te forwarded to 'the
thalrmah, vof ;'tevUSAROAfelB
Fort Amador; beforsj Nov.' 5.
Any tnaier civiiwa ot ihb gdv
ernment,. who h tinker 40 years
ui age:. 4B eiigioje jve cutisiucra
tion. '.. -. i:$Qs-: .'.
Selection Is based oil either of
two criteria: a specific accom-
pllshment during ,the';ireceding
fiscal year,, which i reult,efi in
Allhct.arit.lal .r.avlnart -. liviinmiril
service or .technological progress;
or ouisianainit execuwve. scicn
necessarily Relate to a specific
accompnsnment, mspiayea flur
BOSTON (UP) A Danish ship
hit an iceberg, off Greenland
Thursday night and was reported
"slowly sinning," the Coast uuard
disclosed here today.-
. The ship, was identified as the
285 foot, 1,500 ton merchant
ship Else Nielson, out of Copen
hagen. Another Danish ship, the
Disko, was reported giving assis
Details of the collision and the
number of crewmen aboard the
EIse Nielsoo were not known im immediately.
The Coast Guard said the Else
Nielson sent a May -Day (a ra
dioed voice, message for help) at
The ship said it had. hit an ice iceberg
berg iceberg SO miles southwest of Cape
Farewell, Greenland, and was
The Disko. which was about 45
miles from the Else Nielson; sped
to her, aid. '
The Coast Guard said the col collision
lision collision scene it outside .the.' area
of the international ice, patrol
which ended last August'
Baby Back To
HOLLYWOOD (UP) T h e
young unwed mother who once
agreed to let actress Marie Wil-
Son and her husbadoh Gallon,
adopt her baby-had the black-1
eyed little girl aek with., her to-
rj,y r i i i "i-
Th rnmortlanno and Talloa
turned 3V4 -m o n t h-old Christine i
over to her asturai. mother, Linda
Leabow, a p r 1 1 y, 21-year-old
UCLA coed, at a doctor's office.
"It is with great reluctance and
with a heavy heart that v have
deeidtd to r-tur Chris. to her
natural mother. We both believe
that any further airing of the in
cident would make a ieial, foot
ball W the baby and cause, lurther
grieJ to everyone concerned,.. ne
1 "As parents, w felt that Chris
belonged in our home but we sin sincerely
cerely sincerely hope tht the. baby's nat natural
ural natural mother will give her ail the
af.'ectioa, that we had planned for
Christine,' dreued hi a starchy
little gown, was taken to the doc doctor's
tor's doctor's office by the actress and Far Far-tort.
tort. Far-tort. Miss Leabow i waited la the
next room as the couple took
three'' minutes to say goodbye to
the little girl they had eared forj
ainee-JoTt 28. three diyt after
she was bbmv : i
Then; the" a c t r e s her face
streaked wlk tear-and her TV j
liMiscell Reol Estpte
.'. DRAWIR':' DIABLO
0X Ull,' CRISTOBAL. CX
' For th best Club-Plan, consult
' PANAMA RADIO CORPORA.
TION. Central Avenue 7th No.
9-13. Phon 2-3364.
FOR SALEToy FoxV Terrier,
female,' seven weeks, UKC reg registered,
istered, registered, $50.00 Telephone 824''
LONDON. Oct. 19 I liope the
exhibition of British 18th-century
paintings now showing in .Ion
treal. and destined later for Otta
wa ana. Toronto, will noi leave
even a sing e visitoa-witn tne im
pression that. the Arts m ine unit
ed jungdom came to a nan
round A.JJ. 1800.
It is true that .masters like Ho
earth. Gainsborough and Keynoid
produced these lovel? canvasses in
a more leisurea age,? pe ore lives
were dominated by the clock and
thert were trains to catch, beiort
time- and motion.- studies and been
Jwf and, the tomwi 'of Uvitig
hdbee5 iuicke,ne? y : h s 1
sucn onslaughts, i v;y i
Many people, overseas visitors
included, would be ready to vouch
that: a vigorous concern for things
of-the spirit is a marked feature of
Britain's way ot life.
. music and Literature
An instance, this month is
genuine public, delght .over
85th birthday celebrations of Ralph
The comsopitions of this musical
giant physically a giant, too--are
hailed all over the world, not on
Jy. as the authentic Interpretation
T7i,lnnrl.ha lnus kilt .av
pressive on a larger scale of the
i emotions ana nopes pi au man
;';v .i X
, rv ,r,"
Vauehan Williams" austere An
farctica Symphony captured for
the sound track of the Scott Expe
dition film the awful majesty of
the: Polar night: but, still working
with unabated vitality, the veteran
master can warm our Hearts witn
homely west-country bal'ands like
"On Wenlockidge or "ine iioaa
side f ire.
Our lov and respect for this
man is but on token of the es
teem in which th Arts a r held
in a country still proud of Napo Napo-laaon's
laaon's Napo-laaon's gibe "a nation ef shop shopkeepers."
keepers." shopkeepers." To take our literary leanings,
too. It is generally known that
near.y 400,000,000 books are bor borrowed
rowed borrowed from the public libraries
each year? Or that the annual
output of new books exceed 13,-
I cull this information from
fascinating dossier Of facts and
figures which reached me the oth
TRUCK KILLS NINE
Palermo, Sicily (UP) Faulty
brakes were blamed today tor
truck accident which killed nine
persons and injured ai least :u in
the crowded town square ot near
hv TortoricL Police said the tra
gedy occurred yesterday when the
brakes of a truck driven by Sebas-
tiano Ghrffrida failed and sent, the
vehicle olowine into a crowd
watching a publicity film for a
producer husband left, leaving a
ba g of iormula behind.
Miss Leabow was then taken to
the child. She broke down, wept
'I hve you baby."
At first, Miss Wilson was deter-
mined to fight for Christine, de-
spit Clifornra la w which per-
mits a nother to change her mind
about adopting her Kiby for the
first six months after birth.
W. German Break
'LONDON. Oct. 19 i (UPT
Britain "fully sympathizes- with'
west Germany's -decls'on to.
break off dlplomaUc t r-'on,
with Yugoslavia,' official rur
es said today.
- There was no immediate com-
merit from the Foreign o!Iice.
But it was Minted out; that
the roreign Office aady.!haaoi
commented on the matter yes
terday. i t -v -.
A spokesman then denied re-
portssthat Britain had tried to
dltsuane Bonn : from breaking
off diplomatic relations erUn tbe
Pelcrad ftovernment becruse of
its recojrnlt'ort of the East Cer-
man Communist regime
FOR SALE: Perfect house ranch ?V
style. 3 bedroom, 2-car garage, v -"
' maid'a room, hot and cold wet ';
r, patio and bsrbeque shade end v t
.. fruit trees, fence and yard 1200
'meters. Las Cumbres- No. 611
6 St. m Telephone Las' Cumbres.
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-.r. wa. .s.v vl ys laaa-a V- b
motion in britain 'I
Since -1 mentioned the English i
paintings now on view in Canada,
et us see how the visual arts are
faring ip the United Kingdom.
' There are about 900 art galleries 1
and museums permanently open to
the public; in hdditionl in the year
ended March 1957, the Arts Coun- i
cil arranged 59 separate art disv
p'ays ; with 281 showing in differ different
ent different centres.
, Itunay .be that I choose lucky
days,; but whenever I call at an i
art gallery there are pretty large I
crowds. v -
But wide Interest in visual art )
does not stop at. appreciation, i
There, are big. attendaces; espe especially
cially especially 'young folk, at evening: art
classes and holiday paint 1 n g
Altogether ther ar 'IS main
colleges of art in th U n 1 1 d
Kingdom, each servina a rarinn v
. and art. has a plat in th -curriculum
of every typ of school.
Architecture is surely as great
a c ue to national eh b ran tor
handwriting to the make-up pi n
individual a -.i-In
Britain the Government seeks
to encourage the best while- pre
vchuiik me worst, amce- world
War II there th- hswn- -. niefltia..-
tive trend in British arphltaptm-a
which has found full expression in
The leading institution is the
Royal Institute of-British Archie
tects, which holds meetings and
exhibitions and houses B5.000 hook 1
in one of the largest architec architectural,
tural, architectural, libraries in -the j world. A
safeguard aeainst shnrirfv wm-ir la
the law which forbids any person
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THE THEATRE ;l
Living drama. desriiU rh nnCat
of films and television, is astonish.
mg y vigorous in Britain.
y tn present time -ther Is a
boom In theatre, four of ; L n n-Bewarel"
Bewarel" n-Bewarel" and "Dry Rtl"
btwn them just; completed
mo than 7000 performances of
thir eurrnt plays "Th Meus
Lr',p'".rS'-d Dy "Sailor i
Barr and "Dry Rotl"
as once critic remarks- "Nn
in the .days of its wildest propser-,
ity has the West End the a t r e
been able to do better than this." ;
State patronaee of the drama ie V
expressed through the Arts Coun.v.
cil, which grants subsidies to cerJ
tain theatre managements giving
evidence of serious aims and con-!
sistentiy high standards of practi--thi
p0?1"06; nd lso through V
the British rnnn.il u.k:.!. : K.
kha11 f0r makui the Brit-, -ish
theatre known abroad. It orea orea-mzes
mzes orea-mzes tour, of important companies
surh as the nw vi. -j u?
Shakespeare Memorial Theatre
Many theatres outsid r-'"
Inrf by tourng companies
ana also act as a iimnn .n
nZES'lS, new Drodn before
fightiag an uphill battle against
nigh costs,, present the "1 i v i n 3
theatre" in all its forms -. :
The vitality of thn
matic movement is a most epcour epcour-aging
aging epcour-aging sien. Then ara thn...j.,
ot amateur nr)ti. m
United Kingdom,. sUmulated by
nelD from iwfin lit. Tn:L
Drama League and the Communi-
v muni Associations.
MusiC in all it farm, a
large audiences evarvorhara n. J
chestra! concerts, choral singiae.
jwuraii, opera ana ballet
are important features of Britain's
RAOIO.JV AND CINEMA h',- v
Broancastine and taui:i
done much to foster 'rhia tiWi.n.
dous increase in musical appced-
ation. v-.v-r- :
1. they have aht rlnn'a ,a j
fr; Wms, It h' still true that the i
jjiiuu puoic visit -we clsemi
more often than -any other, people ;
m the world, with -innnual v-
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xhere ere 4 300 cinema, i ,vn 1
l.ndTMnd wd Wa?i fnd St i
otVr 159 in NortWlrt"" I
As for film pro-irrrtV, in't
pictures continue to appeal to as-
diences all over tne won ?
The Rank' Oe-xHT a
Britaia's biggest' has fast cel'
Ka.aval Va av a L
nratca ine zist duuhst n
famous Pine wood Studioa.
The company's latest film, 2
"Robbery Under Arms," based on I
the Australia novel by Roif Bol-
drfsrood. was ehown b- nr -t-riversarf
uich attended by re x
pirsentatives e rasaoa, 1 a d i a,
Pakisla and Ceylon.
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PRETTT TEACHE Mrs'. Betty Berry, swimming, instructor
at Balboa Pool tests the water-with her toes, before; etarjlng
(i i (' I in i i i "i ) mm ., i, ..I. ... .Tin ii. i i .i j i. in.
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Editort Nte: Anayansi Berrera won the first prize offered by the Inter-American Women's Club for an essay in English
on Columbus' first oyaje. ,AnyM s la thesixth frade.at Awn, Xlementary. School. Her parents are both Spanish
speaking, and' her' home is, in Panama. i ,v.i t i l
: During' many centuries thr, people thought that the world was flat. Tbay had forgotten that old Creekwise
man believecLjhat.th .world was. round. r ifs'nf i -, 51
' w' In the time of the Catholic. kings of Spain, the sea to jthe vweatot:that;cointry, the Atlantic ocean
nown piace, na voniy xne orve rnnriners venxurea, iimuiiijj wimi -mcj vanau ii vmi j
Bd a keep 'on.toward'the far West- J ' ' y T
v At ihis.tkne many "countries Including Portugal; were organuing" maritime expeditions to discover new lands.
' s : A middle-aged! i man' 'named Chrisopher Columbus trom Genoa, went to Portugal .where he married ,the daugh daugh-'
' daugh-' ter of a.famous navigator, Columbus had the idea that by navigating; the 'west he,' would reach the point of
departure", Because of the studies he had made and the books 'he ha,d read, he, was. convinced that the world ;wa.
roundHe also thought fthat by navigating always-the west he would get to India, a rich country in silks and
Apices, by a Vhorter and ewier ioute than they had, beefr using.He'also had fh'e idea that maybe he would find un
discovered lands. L
He made-Voife itu'die's In tdks
And mapsc that, hi oad father-in-
PcfrHn. ho hMithl Aviftk
She, seeing ls"great Ihferest hi
navigation gave me m xo coium
He 'navigated "whh.
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-IN THE DEEP .The Wggest thrill little! beginners know Is their first jump into, the "deep.? v
nci.o h.h nor. ct.anris renrttf aa,a,DUDil.,1umDs to. her Instructions. Mi
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' WhenMildred Trlmberger be became
came became 'Mrs. -Melvin. JBierman and
stopped teaching swimming at
Balboa pool, children were crest crest-fallens
fallens crest-fallens and- mothers were certain
that no one else would ever under understand
stand understand the particular problems of
their children in the water. B,U t
Within a year Mildred's successor
Mrs. Befty Berry has won the;
bearts nd confidence of the per performers
formers performers and the mothers, gallery,
and now that she is leaving to
make'her 'home in Cincinnati
sounds of dismay can !be h e a r a
all over the Zone.
Betty; a pretty brown-eyed girl,
who looks as young a& ner lite
charges,, 'came to Panama "two
and a-half years ago woth Her
husband Supply Sgt. Charles
Berry of the 79th Amy Band.
They met at the Cincinnati Con Conservatory
servatory Conservatory of, Music, and married
when Betty was in ; her second
Betty is. a violinist as well as an
expert swimmer. She' plays with
the Panama Symphony Orchestra,
an association which she enjoys a
great deal. Her husband plays the
When she first tame to Panama,
Betty, taught swimming at the Ho Hotel
tel Hotel El Panama Pool. : i
"During that time,"' she said,
"Most of the friends it made were
Panamanian. Since' I have been
at the-Balboa pool, most of our
new friends are American. I ee
joy them all"
Apart irom her friends and pu
ilm D ...... in . .. f
in' Panama most. A members of
the' El Panama Skin Diving, Club,
she" har taken1 part in many expe expeditions.'!'
ditions.'!' expeditions.'!' i," uv
The most fascinating places she
has dived in so far. are the waters
off David. There, she found the
most unusual combinations of fish,
some Atlantic-type fish, some Pacific-type.
1 "I satf lots' ef white- tipped
sharks." she added with relish.
. Betty's home is in Piqua, Ohio
and she and her husband plan to
20 to Cincinnati where her hus
band vill 'enter civilian hfe, and
resume hiseducation. He will stu study
dy study business administration at the
Unversity of Cincinnatt
'- Betty has. no definite plans for
her part in their future, but she
says she would 'like: to continue
teaching swimming. j ;
.Meanwhile until Oct. 25 she will
be at Balboa pool, encouraging,
correcting' and teachineher pupils
of all ages, i ; -One
of her fodr-yar' bid tad-
Those nylon heel lifts are good
buys for the .busy weman who has
not time. for w,eekly visits to the
shoe repairman.. They cost more
but last langer.-1.-
Toreador pants have been re re-placed
placed re-placed by tapered slacks. Tapered
hut nnt inn ikinnv. Thsra cnnM
pilst Betty will miss skin diving be adequate "room for you inside.
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poles at a lesson last week reflect reflected
ed reflected the confidence and v love this
young teacher' has inspired when
sh called before -diving-off the
edge. "Look.- Mrs. Berrv. I can
swim like a fish."
j In wentnhe little body, and arms
and lees moved in unison until she
surfaced into the arms of her
teacher. v v
"This is what makes it fun,'? said
Bety as she turned the little one
loose with the instruction: v
"Now swim like a fish back to
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ESSAY WINNERS-' First prjtee wlnuera iof 'the Inter American Women's' Club's Columous Day
essay .are shown .chatting with tors- yederico1 Gtabaldon y Navatrp, wife of the Ambassador
of 'Spain to Panama and Mrs. O. J, Libert, wife of the First Secretary of the United States
Embassy Winner, of the English language ess ay v is Ahayansi Herrerai of Ancon School. The
Spanish danguage essay winner is Enrique Astagarratla of the Justo, Arosemena School... in
Panama ; The ladles ahown here awarded the -prizes, v : ,t r
Queen Jiear., this UKojeeU Xhy k-. isn money ) and iook food for
mariners and prepared MtwWiJfl
cross the -wknown-ek while -all
this Was going. un, he lived by mak making
ing making navigation maps? and -was
tfainlne renutation- sd fame for
his knowledge of the sea.
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He oroDosed Ms tlan te 4he
iCing f Pdrtu'gal.'tfuaw IK A group
of Wise men saia 'ne- was lusom.
Because of thar ana aireaay a
widower, he left Portugal with his
son in. extreme poverty. '
We don't know whether it was
before or after this-that he offer
ed his country,' Italy? hrs serv services,
ices, services, but without any results'.
Columbus then thought of pro
posing his idea to tne iung ana
Queen of Spain, He walked from
Portugal to a convent called "La
Rabida". in the small port of Pa?
los in A"ndalucia. The guardian of
the convent, Padre Perez de Man Man-diena
diena Man-diena helped the trvelerg and
heard of Colpmbus' plans. Since
he had been the Queen's confes
sor, he eave Columbus letters oi
recommendation to the King and
Queen. ... m
After mnv difficulties Colum
bus was able to have the King and
cidetLfo Mm at8Mun etww ks-e
men from the University of Sala Salamanca
manca Salamanca hear his information. They
did not- approve his plan. Colum
bus kept on living poorly only
selling marine maps.- Sad because
of his failure, Columbus:, thought j his sailors who sometimes gave up
of leaving Spain, Jile decided. to
maxe a last try, ana was. aoie to
visit Queen Isabella in the day of
happiness because Spain had driv driven
en driven the Mohammedans out.
The. Queen, interested at last in
Columbus; tried to get the King's
approval. He refused. When' the
Queen saw this, she said that with
the treasure of Casblla and sell selling
ing selling her jewels if necessary she
would pay the expenses of the ex
pedition. The King then gave in.
They sent a letter that .reached
Columbus, who sadenq.. discour discouraged,
aged, discouraged, was leaving Spain. Then Co
lumbus and the King and Queen
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A contract was signed s a y i h e
that he would be the great admir admiral
al admiral of the ocean ahd would be vicer
roy and''vgovernor of all .the lands
he would discover. I1'
Three boatV were constructed.
The largest one called the. "San "Santa
ta "Santa Maria", was under 'Columbus'
command. Two smaller ones were
called las "Nina". and la i-Pinta.','
Two good sailors called A lo n s o
and Francisco Finzon commanded
the. smaller boats. , ; ....
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The fleet cost 20.0QO' peso Stan-
Dressinr the leadinr lady' for Halloween party is fun for this;'
youngster. Witch is target for a ball-throwing game.
twelve monthsOn thef third of i.the mouth.
The queen who will reigri over
grammar school parties this month
is the Halloween- witch. Although
she's no glamor girl, her populari
ty as a symbol for the exciting
eve keeps her in aemana wnn me
If a birthday is coming up or
you yield to youthful excitement
and agree to a party on Halloween
let the Old character join in the
ames instead at resting on ner
roomsHck in the middle of the
refreshment table. .With- a4 card
board carton, simple materials,
and three or four jSingpongs balls
you and the youngsters caii rig up
a witch game that's fun for, several
children of differnt ages to play
TO MAKE the witch, take, a
rectangular carton am' cover the
top third with white shelf paper.
Paint on a face or cut eyes, brows
.and nose from colored plastic tapes
and stick them on. J f
,. Draw an oval outline for the
mouth, three inches by fve inches.
Cut it out, using a razor s blade.
Reinforce,' the edge of the mouth
with colored plastic tape, .v-sv.
Use wild colors it you likel'such
as red for the eyes and green for
cups. Decorate the tops with tint-;,
ed whipped cream, candies and!'
marshmallows to add a party fit,'
If you have any gift for story storytelling,
telling, storytelling, a Halloween party is. "the
time to put it to use. Ask . 'Hie
children's librarian to help .select
two or three hallowee stories
suitable for the ages of the -guests: t.
Then familarize yourself with the
Aug... 1492 Colunfbus set 'sail from
Puerto de Palos towards the. un unknown
known unknown seas of the Occident.' In
the long crossing and fighting hard
dangers of the seas he dominated
iumDus overooara it nc wouia not
turn back to Spain. At last Colum
bus reached the New World, aft after,
er, after, he had promised his mariners
that if they didn't reach land with with-ing
ing with-ing three days that they would
turn back. ,v
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On-the early, morning of. Oct. 12,
1492, a mariner named Rodrigo de
Triano gave the glorious shout,
"Land! Land!" This was repeated
with enthusiastic shouts from all
the sailors!' At last after m a ny
hard tasks' Columbus made his
triumph! ', .." i
He jumped to the new land hold holding
ing holding in his hands the sword and ban banner
ner banner of the King of Spain. He was
dressed in a rich coat as the
Great Admiral of the Ocean, and
before. the curious Indians who ran
with fear, Columous knelt down
and kissed the new land and took
possession of that land for Spain!
It was the Island of Gualia-
ni of the archipelago of the Luca Luca-yas.
yas. Luca-yas. A' new World had been discov
ered by Columbus His followers
have made", the "Great American
Continent.? ; v 5,
s Her stringy hair.;i construcoon
paper cut in strios and, taped a-
round the top. ottne oox.. stnpen
wrapping paper; around thef lower
two-thirds of the box creates a
witch-like- dress.. 'g ,.,$", t 5
For her' peeked hw cut a farge
cone-shaped piece of black cons construction
truction construction paper and tape theedges
together. Trace the circle o .the
hat crown on another piece of
black paper and cut a bout for In Inches
ches Inches around that .circle to make
hut brim. Cut our the inside, the
slip hm over hat crown. Tie a
ruffled b'ack flames proof crepe
paper Cape around her shoulders
with orange-ribbon, decorated with
orange ribbon pompons, f
To play the game, each child
in turn takes three ping-pong balls
and tries to throw them-into the
witch's mouth. First one' to score
20 wins. You can -adjust the game
for differing ages by letting little
children stand closer to the witch
and older ones tanner, back'. ..
The refreshment table can be
decorated with a .paper- cloth,, -or.
runners of orange and black crepe
paper,, with, bowls of popcorn, and
apples.--5;-'. ) (ityt
WHAT TO serve is pretty sim-
nle at this see. Hambureers and
hot dogs,f jtarrot and 'celery "strips,'
milk or, a, ftmt juice Drew ad a
simple dessert make i popular me-
m). Instead 'of lc crtam, I some sometimes,
times, sometimes, use orahge .or ri chocolate
pudding,, which, can be -made in in-advance
advance in-advance and served in Custard
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before you shoot
No ejuesjwork with this pcture'-nnc?er, picrure-fleHer. Yov t
your picture .in odvonee lK he xtro-bl9, .er viewflnder.
Kodet Ua double-exposure preventer, oh shutter. Tokec
- block-ond-whitt or color film, 120 picture on roll. Hand-
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bfebyiHELEN REILLY O
Mart said 'he owned one of
Grant's water colors. Grant nev never
er never did water colors."
Grant Melville had certainly not
required brains when he provided
hat. He paused in the door-mimseii with a wile,; JWrst Melville
suiy ana lmpressionaoiei 11
door to the inner room o-
1 tirtpH" anri n tall. thin, defected
rtan came out. It was the owner
fay to say anxiouaiy over a i
hoalder. ''You'll let me know,
' y MrjS (Melville?"
am, He looked uncertain and ea-
!ivf and nice, from Dehind mm
rs. Melville said, "I have your
lephpne number. Than you, Mr.
ewiart," and Mr. Dennert picked
up hi hat fumblingly and faded
J' Gazing after him, Sarah frown frown-'
' frown-' ed. The artv woman was one
' thing, you could see her anywhere
in toe city of New York, particu particularly'
larly' particularly' in the Village, but Mr. Den-
perw-was completely ormnary
Hrhthe impression that she had
en him before, toop
; Standing in the doorway, Mrs.
Melville beamed at the rest of
them. A jangle to her left told Sa Sarah
rah Sarah that the other woman was on
BtAM'fc.nf TVia mn at thur winrinw
x iwalked toward Mrs. Melvile and
ixaid pieasanuy, "i m uiuespie. i
occurred to Sarah for the first
time that she might acutallyi get
the job. She painted a 'somewhat
glowing picture of her own early
and wretched' experience as a
newspaper correspondent, .blew tip'
her copywriting and institutional.
Mrs Melviie said: "I'd uke a
little of your family background.
You see, the person I choose will
be in and out of mv hous both
here and in the country, and will
have complete access to the life
and and records of my husband.
It must be someone .1 like, do
you see and trust. with my very
dearest recollections. ."
"My mother was Eleanor Bing Bingham,
ham, Bingham, General Bingham's daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, they lived In Pennsylvania." i
As St eariiiWp Row'-. IriC Cr isf mGefs AXace,LMing
I Sarah interrupted him. "I know
thirisn't a meat counter, but I
flidjfeet here first," she said an annoyed.
noyed. annoyed. The other woman said eagerly,
l"I'Miss Dolwin, Crystabel D'ol D'ol-lwia!',
lwia!', D'ol-lwia!', I knew your husband a
Iwronderful man. He was an in-
. kspitation to me. You remem remem-beiT.mv
beiT.mv remem-beiT.mv call. Mrs Melville?"
i Mi's. Melville said, "Yes, yes, I
Bo.I'm orry to inconvenience
otu" I'm behind schedule, but
; there have been so many appu
i She didn't look 'sorry, she look-
, d like a please" child playing a
new game. She smiled at baran
You're Miss Casement for 11 o'-
block. Do come in."
i The inner room, was long, large
fiigh-ceilinged, and crowded with
furniture. A firemen apped on the
;' hearth. Its light tind shadow ac-
; tcentuated the confusion of wais
hung solid with oils. This was
Grant Melvile's habitat, this was
lone of the rooms in which he had
lived. Was it hit taste, or his
! Mrs. Melville was arranging
herself rustlinglyi.Sbn a red velvet
ove seat. She waved at a little
lamask bergere opposite the cof cof-.
. cof-. lee table in front of her.
I "Do sit down. Miss Casement.
; Sarah accepted coffee in a
$pode cup. Mrs. Melville went
on rustling as she poured. She
jwore a long black taffeta affair
softened with a profusion of
creamy lacej.it could be a house-
- coat or a tea gown, if you stil ad admitted
mitted admitted the existence of tea gowns.
' The room was hot, the air heavy
with the odor of roses. It began
to assume the atmosphere of an
odd if not unpleasant dream.
' STILL with her naive, pleased,
amateur air Mrs. Melville said,
"Now, I'm planning to have "a
book done on my husband, who
, died not quite three weeks ago,
and the sooner the "work is begun
the better. He was -a great man.
Miss Casement, a great painter
.and a loss to the world of art."
- "Yes," Sarah said. "Portraits.
' Mrs. Melville smiled radiantly.
"A wretched man from the Art
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MRS. MELVILLE beamed. "Oh.
yes indeed, I do know the name.
lived in Pennsylvania, too. You
are that family. The dear gener
al. such a distinguished career.
And the Pennsylvania background,
too. .I'm tempted, Miss Case Casement."
ment." Casement." She put her coffee cup
down. "Now, what shall we do,
I must see Mr. Gillespie lust to
be polite, and Miss I forget her
name. Would it inconvenience you
teftibly to wait?"
Sarah kept surprise out of her
voice "Not at all."
Uh, 1 lorgot. Wltat would you
consider sufficient comepnsation,
ror a moment the efficient
housewife peered from behind
the mourning widow of the great
"Two thousand" dollars. Plus ex
penses, of course."
"That's a lot." Mrs. Melville
Not really. Mrs. Melvi le. You
don't want this thing rushed or
skimped. ,1 imagine. You want
care and thought and art put
into it V"
VYes. I. see that." The house
wife withdrew. "I think vou have
the feel of it, Miss Casement."
The gamble had worked. Mrs.
jvieivuie naa judged Sarah's opi
nion ot tne importance of her hus husband
band husband s memorial by the sum she
set on its execution.
SARAH went through the indi
cated door and closed it behind
her. The room was a formal liv
ing room. The oortrait of Melville
hung over the mantel.
It was a self-portrait. The dead
painter gazed out, palette in one
hand, knife in the other. He was
smiling a little. His lips, red lips,
were slightly parted. It wasn't
the man she had seen at the
studio window,' the man who had
plunged to a terrible death. If
was the beard that made the dif
ference, a black beard trimmed
to a point.
Three strikes and out .Miss
Dolwin, Mrs Dennert the man
with the tired hat; and now
Grant Melvtlle himsclt she had
seen them all before, and not all
together or in the- same place.
The reason she hadn't recognized
Melville when sha"- looked across
at him from Zita's apartment that
day was the beard, of coutse1 ft
changed him completely.
The room was L -'shaped. It
went around a corner at the
front. Beyond a wide, curtained
arch was. a library.-The walls
were lined with books. There was
a large, handsome desk in the
middle of the floor. A man was
seated at the desk, working with
a sheaf of papers. His back was
toward her, a recognizable back
with narrow, sloping shoulders.
it was Mr. Dennert. the man
with the unhappy hat, the man
who had been dismissed with fl
nality at least 20 minutes earlier.
Dennert finished with his task
which appeared to be the search'
ing of the desk. He put the papers
back m tan open drawer, closed
the drawer, pushed back the
chair, got up rand saw Sarah.
"Oh. .ah. .Good morning.''
There was a door that led di directly
rectly directly into the hall. Mr. Dennert
started for it. Washing him
move, Sarah rem em her ed where
she had seen him before.
"Wait," she said crisply. "You
were outside this house on the
day Mr. Melville was 'killed."
Dennert halted. He looked at
her kindly. ."My dear young lady,
I don't snow what you mean.
Outside this house?"
'You were outside this house."
Sarah repeated '"shortly before
urani Meivuie mm. You were
down there near the corner wait waiting
ing waiting for someone OT mething.
You kept walkins .to and fro. and
looKine at your watcn.r
Dennert smiled sadly.' "You may
be right. I don't know. 1 dont
know whea Mr. Melville died. You
see, I live a short distance from
here, on the wrong side of the
tracks, the other aide of Third,
and I often walk .about, in this
'IFViV . 0.,..
Sit if ''.' f f i I a
m i ,.'- mr:. -.
II J?i ir v, Pa I III
;U !; : i J P. III
CUjCitXit01Aip'.:..JVUW -11V Kfl Wlwwni
linnw yii A.ucw Auyv. V"
when the Tnodernlzel Italian
T,ln Piillrflnrr whlrh. Mwss '
giverf a, complete fafcerllf ting "job t ""
lights up and Shhles. ' 4,' ( 1
v 1 TTn.. -H iUI. U 4M4.ntaAA 4
."tlori of three' streets along which
, all of the shipping a?ents on the the-?
? the-? Atlantic side conduct their busi, fa
ness, still remains unique in its f
..J -1- t 4
iioveiy .peninouses aiop tacn
s steamsnip -itne buua.nu en en-Jr
Jr en-Jr J hance the-beauty of Jtie city
ano iocus attention on tne: i act
that in Cristobal, shipping a-
gents for the most pari, trk f"
1 andsllve In the same buildings. $
, There is even an intense but
,r friendly rivalry between two o 1 1
th comnanifi r B Fentn ..
J and Panama Agencies, to indue 1
by shipping agencies to live in
1 At present four live above 1
" Fenton's office: Obe Kastoft 1
Ake Dahl, Neil Duggan and vil vil-,'helm
,'helm vil-,'helm Rehboch ) i
-4 Most of the married managers i
' dwell in the penthouse provide
ed in their company 'ojuild.aij. ,'
. Although this may all seem
.lsts to the city never fail 'to no- WQHT NSXTDOOR to the Cristobal Clubhouse-stands th
Steamship Row. v ,J t,
THE NEW ITALIAN LINE, buUdln? has !ust. be 'en modernized with air-conditioning', new fur
niture and fine Italian marble posts. The 40-year-old vedif ice was given a complete going
over Dy arcmtecis. ccnay ana xioizer ana duii aer a. u, nauKe.
4 1 ; I N
I f- i I Tmf sariirTf ctVaut vivtfiTinv innfiiv i i n i i
r 1, r jf x J resident of Manager and Mrs. Arthur Howard. 1
SERVING COFFEE In the penthouse residence atop the Italian LIne'BuiidIn is Mrs.' Ales- &s 1
sandro Zurega, while husband Capt. Zurega, general manager of the line (center) watches. gbf Jff K i JTI"" 7-""4- H!J
That's a purser from the Italian Line ship Amerigo Vesspucl at the light. Zurega has been sl" V A; "i
manager since June 1956. ,, "!' 1 1
:: f- 1 i. 1 I"- -$?mw k 'ft t
sjw va'i c'.-v.' v .o- ''.ia.-...-.--s-.v.-:-.-' i i i iiiii m anaiiMiiaw iwwmmiism i mi i 1 1 h 1 1 1 1 1 1
BE ifrwo9r3L x. jw matt a a
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TWO BACHELORS live atop the Grace Line's, Panama Agencies building. 'Their penthouse
is almost ooscurea irom view Dy wau ana trees surrounampr tne 'building, .? 1
THE HOME OF C. B. FENTON and Company (the right half side of the building) houses
not only offices., but four bachelors who" work ior ; shipping agencies, r The building sfaces
the Cristobal Courthouse, i
To Florida Instead
01 Plymouth Berth
might have heard her make what
amounted to an accusation against
Dennert and the ,other was that
Denhert himself,, plausible, as N&e
had been, had made no expiana
tion whatever of. what he was dq dq-ing
ing dq-ing at Melville's desk. .
. IT let the -air out of Sarah. She
leit Tooiish. She -Baid. Tm sorry,"
ana smiled, -.v.. v: ;
The smile appeared to dazxle
Dennert. He started to say some something,
thing, something, and stopped. His glance
shifted. He looked past her. Sarah
glanced oven her shoulder. The
man named Gillespie was just in inside
side inside the door of the long room.
When she turned back to speak to
Mr. Dennert, Mr, Dennert was
iAXAXAXAXA tnings struck Sarah, 'with
V-f-y V'T V-f- force.' Oat wa that Gillespie
.Oillespie xyime strolling toward
her. His dancing dark, eyes were
bright and intent. It was an aloof
face,, she thought, sophisticated
and .strong and intelligent, out a
loof.v - I
"Cigarette?' be nfiered a pack
to her. She shook her bead. He
lit one leisurely- and said through
smoke, '"It seems .as tnougn you
and I are the pick of the i field.
Miss' Dolwin's getting her dismiss
al now. How did you come to see
that fellow Dennert outside 1 this
house on the day Melville died?.'
So be had heardl His glance
was penetrating. A thread of fear
stirred In Sarah. -V N
"I had been visiting a friend
who lives near here and was wait
ing for a cac-. 1 naa to wait .a
long time." f u
"On the corner of 'University
and Tenth?" .-, j.. v
"That's right." , 0:
"You evidently don't know the
neighborhood very welL .-You
should hive gona over, to Frfth,
it's just a block and there are al
ways, plenty of cabs there.; Were
you down there in 'th; -a t f e e t
when Melville fea?;-
SARAH reflected 'that .Mr.' f Gil Gil-lespie
lespie Gil-lespie wanted to know .t rather :-a
lot, and wasn't timid shout ask asking;
ing; asking; but under no. circumstances
could you call him a timid man.i
I saw the crowd, and i heard
what had happened,!' and put a
question of her own, c pleasantly.
"Were you down there .in the
kstreet that day? Did you See the
acciaent t ;
"Yes. I was down' 1 in the
V V ' V.'.'
Gillespie might have been' the
man in the studio. He looked as
though he could kill, ruthlessly.
ii the motive was strong enough.
"You live around here, Mr. Gil-I
lespie?" I f ;-: y
Gillespie nodded absently.- Ml
uve at the FrUamenl-".:.
US Cuided Missile
Cruiser At Smyrna
ISTANiBUL Oct.' 19 (UP)-The
United States guided missile crui cruiser
ser cruiser Canberra and the other units
for the sixth fleet arrived at Smyr
na on a ten day courtesy visit yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. .'-; -y ; :.'
v The 13,600 tons cruiser was- ac accompanied
companied accompanied by two destroyers and
a transport. '; ' i j '"f. fi;
A U.S. Navy spokesman stressed
that tne ships were on routine
maneuvers. He said the visit was
not prompted "by border tension
between Turkey and Syria. -, --
V .INVENTOR CHARGED J.f;
:'MINDEN, Germany (yP-The
Inveotor of a o-called "'people's
helicopter" faced 1C- eunt of
fraud today for laking" orders for
and having pictifres of his Inven Invention
tion Invention prntea n West Germ a mig
azne.. Toe court proecuton con-
lends that the craft devised by
Walter Schliesske; 34, has never
been flown fend could not even get
off the ground. The prosecution
further alleges that Scdliesske told
people' he was a former German
Air Force fighter pilot and .air .airplane
plane .airplane constructor whea actually be
had been corpora ..
The Parliament waa a, -well
known and exoensiv hotel on
lower Fifth Avenue, ."You live at!
the Parliament and you answered
Mrs. Melville's ad?" Her -brows
n.(TO B I CONTINUED
actor Marlon -Brando;' reported
Thursday that jeweiry valued at
$3,000 and other items were stolen
from, his home while he was hon honeymooning
eymooning honeymooning last- week- end.. Taken
besides the jewelry were two cam
eras, a typewriter and some per
fume. The burglary was discov-
BOSTON "(UPMore commer-, ered by Brando's maid.
ciahsm tharges appeared to. j oe,
brewing today for Mayflower II,
the repuca ; Pilgrim ship which
sailed-, front- England to Plymouth.
MassJast summer;. .:V-'-J
'IBackers of the project indicated
the ship may go to Ftondr for
thCi winter instead. ot murning to
Plymouth. They hoped to cash in
on Florida tourist "dollars to help
pay off. the ship's .indebtedness: ;i
The shio encountered more tur
bulence: after making its Ameri
can landing June 1st than 41 01a
in the 56-day Atlantic crossing.
Originally represented as a gift
from -the people of England to
America, the oromoters and the
town of flymouth were accused
of exploiting the project for profit
The promoters said they were
merely trying to par off the ship's
debts. iV'f.'.ii;.ii-.i.v;'-.; i;
The 90-foot bark is presently on
display in New York City. It. was
scheduled to return te Plymouth
ia time fan Thanksgiving whea It
would be permanently enshrined
w -. :;v-n
v But reports Indicated the plaa
to return the ship before Thanks
giving nad been abandoned, since
it. appeared impossible to set the
ship into its Plymouth berth be before
fore before winter. 1 ...
Instead, the shh mi :ca to
Florida from New York
BURKE JN KOREA :
SEOUL, Korea (UP) Adm. Ar Ar-leigh
leigh Ar-leigh Burke, U.S". avy Chief of
Operations,; i begani talks : today
with, officials of jthe Repubhc of
Korea and the United Nations
Command. Burke arrive at Kimpo
Airfield last night ahd was met by
Gen. George H. Decker, commands
et; o the U.N.Coramandi and high
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I ACT -a drs dcuii ncDFn lifMo nhrn Oliver of Ft. Culick
;:;bxoid .by Sp3 Louis. J.. Steinki of the 549th Military
X policeiCompahy; Through military police efficiency Debra's
.rnothjt. wasoon found.
'-".n -lift"?: I'rf'U- s-M-esv -5 r s
TRADITIONALLY PROUD and
.... ... i,. ... ,, .
SGT. JAMES L. ADAMS, center, holds the dis linction of being the only military lawman i of
the command who has been with tho Military police Corp since its organization in ,1914.
Here he inspects the Pass Gate at Ft., Clay ton, vblle Pfc. Roger Hailey left, and Pfc. Robert
Royal stand ready to answer questions .concerning the operation for the veteran sergeant.
' -1 HIGH MILITARY OFFICIALS
. : J. J
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duty wise, can trttlj bV said
AND. DIPLflMAS from he United, StaVe, and Ui Arnetlcauntrics are escorted by .the
IS" 5C I
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' of the t4RCARB Military
'i' vs. 1
The 16th tnniversary of uthe
world's mightiest police f orce-rThe
Military Police Corps was com
memorated throughout the U. S.
! On tho local scon U.5. Army
Caribbean's MPs on both tho
Atlantic and Pacific skies ck
brated tho occasioa of .fauinff
tho Hth miUitono with picnic
outings, hour kmfl radio pro-,
grams and toloyision appoar
ances ovof CFN-TV aad .Radio,
and numerous social functions:
tot mambors of the corps, dep.
ondonts and invitod onosts-
The parade of events was offi officially
cially officially launched Sent. 26. the offi
cial anniversary date of the corps,
when Col. JoseDh K. Walton., U5
ARCARIB's provost marshal ad
dressed the members of the com
mand MPs over .Yawn Patrol,
CFN's early morning radio pro
Military police operations in US
ARCARIB are divided v into two
major groups under control of the
jrrovost Marsnai jyjict. j. ,vy
ton- r ; t
The At'antie sector provost mar marshal
shal marshal is Mai. John L. Smith and
fith 549th MP Company. Ft. Gut
lick, is commanded by capt. Al Albert
bert Albert W. Steti. Lf William E. Rus
sell is traffic officer and compa
,ny executive 'officer. Operations
tor tnev 549tn are conauctea irom
the Limits at Cristobak :,
. On the' Pacific side,, the sector
provost marshal is Capt. George
w. Wiggins Jr.. while the 534th
MP Company at Ft. Clayton -is
commanded by Capt. donald L.
Barger. The 517th Military police
Detachment,; Ft. i Clayton, which
operates the USARCARIB confine confinement
ment confinement barracks, is commanded by
Capt. Robert Reinke.
'Operations for the 534th are con conducted
ducted conducted from the Limits at Balboa.
-Throughout the world, wherever
fighting forces of the United States
are stadioned, military police
maintain a constant vigil serving
the Army rendering assitance,
furnishing information, -directing
traf ic and supp'ying security are
many of the diversilied missions
attended to by the versatile inilH
provost marshal also maintains a
liaison with the Republic cf Pana
ma in matters concerning mSJita
ry personnel of the United; States,
; Anorner rasK or no smaii
means, is tho escorting of VIP
from the United States and an
other task, and by no m e a m
smalC is tho escorting of high
military officials and diplomats
from the United Stata and Lat Latin
in Latin American countries, k ;
The 50th Military Police, Crimi Criminal
nal Criminal InvestieatiohSi-V Ft. Clayton,
commanded SJ? by Capt. John J.
Templeton, provides investigators
for both tne Atlantic ana racmc
sectors.- The" MPCI also operates
from. Limits stations.
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V H ff Ife
The military office of. the pro
vost marshal can be traced, back:
at least to the 11th century and
the Norman: conquest of England. .
In those days the provost mar mar-shal
shal mar-shal was appointed personally i by g
the king to handle disciplinary
problems, safeguard royal ii jntei s
ests and, as far as possible,! main main-tain
tain main-tain order behind battle Jines. He
Was 0e MP oi his day. (
By the 16th Century in England,
the provost marshal was a perma-
nent part of the military, lorces,
with assistant! and governments
A provost marshal was appoint
ed "to the" Army of the United
Colonies" by -His Excellency", t
Gen. George Washington in Janua
iry.m.v.;. r.s -? W ,.
- Two years' later, a congression-1
al resolution estab ished the Pro Provost
vost Provost Corps i to be "mounted ; on
horse, back and accountered- as
Light Dragoons."; J'v
During the Civil War thej prcv
vost marshal of the Union forces -not
only was. the chief military po-
liceman hft also operated- tibe--,
first nation-wide conscrjption .of
troopavv-.' -4i:A'v tyffKViv-
When theUnited Stated entered -Word
War I, there was no milita- v
ry police organization as such.
Various units and commands, did
their own, policing.. ,h.''i
.; '..V ;:'c;,-i ; ; j ,' ... -v.
When (t 'became evident that the
job must, be centralized, a provost
marshal was appointed to Gen.
John Pershing's staff in 1917, and
the following year the War De-,
partment approved the formation
of V Military Police Corps for the
duration of, the emergency,
. The corps was dissolved too
after hostilities ended, and from
1919 to 1941 military police duties
at armed forces installations were
performed, by Individuals and u u-nits
nits u-nits designated for that purpose.
The present concept of the Mili Military
tary Military Poliee Corps was formed in
1941 when, the Army recognized tha
need for a uniformed and centrally-directed
poHcihg group f
VU!S'.fi1r',lF.v rf.-i'CiSV y
Albtal ttf Tt50 -military' plice bat bat-tallions
tallions bat-tallions attd more than flOO other
units- were activated as the Mili Military
tary Military Police Corps in World x. War
II. Their duties ranged .'rom hand handling
ling handling prisoners of-war to conduct conducting
ing conducting criminal investigations, from.
protecting property 10 uirecung
traffic in both rear and front-line
- In addition to performing tha
numerous and sundry dtu ties
with tha corps many of the men
o; USARCARIB Mi itary Police
Companiai still find time for
a crop of 14 from tha 534th Com Company,
pany, Company, Ft.; Clayton, attendad off off-duty
duty off-duty classes and were awarded
GEO diplomas, rating their edu-
cational lavals and further qaa.
lifying thorn for advancement In
thtir work. ylfi 'ry.
Both the.534th and iheth. cele-
' --w-.'lS'.'t. -i-.-, v.-.vvar.-.'. .-.v.:..- ;x!-.v :v.::
& ''jA'i' S .. ,:v. i: f
f WQejjsiunjjjieyanai x,une.
rf,K 'all, 'A -J.
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brated the anniversary with social
functioni'and get-together heading
the list of activities In addition, a
pictorial 'report of military police
activities. n USARCARIB wai pre presented
sented presented on CFN-TVa Panorama pro pro-g
g pro-g r m. Immediately: following,
Walton delivered a special greet greeting
ing greeting to all local military policemen
from the CFN-TV studios; ;
When addressing the members
of the corps over Radio-CFN, Wal Walton
ton Walton pointed out the three-pronged
policy of Military Police operations
here In U.S. Army Caribbean pre prevention,
vention, prevention, 'tedtection', and prepared?
-nes.',ti : T 'r-v
i. "Prevention.,!. elaborated,
f4s 'of primary, concern to, thr
- miliary-policemen.; Patrolling
'the streets, walking through the
.' industrial areas of a pester can
rioning a child tev remain off a
- busy street art jest few .ef,
. the nrevenHon measures.
"Prevention v is, ,the rule, rather
than the exception'; We try to stop
; trouble before it happensthe co-
' lonel.-.wenr onV" a..,-s
"The protection of Jiyes and pro property
perty property is an-everyday requirement
-tor tne, military policeman 01 wis
command, and it ir evident that
preparedness in a military police
man is Hie keynote to Ms perioral
.ance of duty. ,j-V '.- ;
"Theituations that arise dur-
. ins the course of a military police-
- man's daily, tour are varied and
numerous. And the end result of
our preparedness is to be able to
meet these' situations in a con
stant state! of readiness consistent
with- fh- liiffh- atavtA6rA nnct a.
I v .uw "ft UH V. V. W .v f
tablished in our Corps," he sail!
in outlining the three points of
In concluding the colonel said.
To each military policeman of
this commend, I want you to know
tnat i must depend on you to up
bold our high standards. I want to
assure you that I look with the ut utmost
most utmost confidence to an even better
record of service In the future.'!
am personally proua ox you, inai inai-vidually
vidually inai-vidually and collectively. Congratu
lationsbest: wisnes ana (nans:
. : iO ceieorate ins occagiun, mm mm-tary
tary mm-tary police stationed on' the Paci Pacific
fic Pacific side and their families held a
barbecue pacnic In the 534th com-
pauy area at k t luuuwtu
by NCO party -that evening at
the Ft, Clayton NCO mess, f t; -Eventi
scheduled for the picnic
included an address by Walton and
variety of field contests, tug-of-
' i ... Y -f 1 It
war, races, sottoau na youeyoau
games. .Oi:-"-S;-:-t-w &--,
., On the Atlantie side the 54Sth
mess hall at Ft. Gulick was the
scene of a dinner dance for corps
personnel and Jnvlted.guests,wm.e
officers of the corps sponsored a
buffet and dinner- dance at t n e
Ft. Amador Officers' Open Mess.;
The military policeman is ;.a
sharp individual, fair to all,1 and
traditionally proud of his work and
the Military Police Corps."
Nothing amplifies this -mere
than the word ef veterans
James L. Adams, ami Pfc. Her-
ry H. Phillips, who are now with
'the 534th Military Police Compa Company.
ny. Company. Ft. Clavton. i,.: -."
Adams is a veteran military po
liceman of World War II c a m-
paigns in Europe, has been with
tne corps since its inuovauvn ut
in 1941, and Hopes "W stay an air
until retirement from the Army."
'v Phillips, who spend nearly 15
years working toward retirement
as a police officer with the Hono Honolulu
lulu Honolulu Hawaii Poolile Department,
recently returned to the Army aft after
er after an absence of 17 years, to com
plete another retirement in nine
Phillips speaks highly of the.
corps ana at present is using nis
vast knowledge, ana experience in
police work as a traffic investiga investigator
tor investigator for the USARCARIB Provost
Marshal Oifice. r
mth i y
PUMiiiiiiiii i miilli iiiwiiiiiiiiiii l" iih iiwiwwwiiiMwium milium wmvn"" m
WOULDN'T PARDLY RECOGNIZE HER-1- Kim Novak, 'J
shapely-Holly wod star, right, models the costume she wears
for a torrid cooch dance ix the Aim biography of the late ls
Jeanne Eagels. That's the real Jeanne Eagels, left, as she ap-
peared hvjer greatest hit, "Rain." r'
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LATIN AMERICAN STUDENTS t in. JJJL Arry Pol c. header e. The e . nnde h.
nroredures of rnnnlnc m ponce aesK at wmury roice ncu4u..w.
SSVtJimWMFaikVUnVJL Army, and Lt. Ubirajara Rosette of Brazil.
Instructors in the mUiUry pouce course taugn at me aeuwi.
(- f vfeK, ;01 'M,ommmMM1l
nrr t imits AREAS are pointed out on ft mai of Colon by Efc. Ernesto Raque, right, to
SH'lEfiS at tS DJ A Caribbean SchrM, Fort Gulled Thy are, left to right Sgt.
toSr?lH'W'Il ApohteV SpJ James E. Keller, and Sl3 John M. Gardner. This is
on 7lt ih serVicfs of the 549th Military Police Company to all of the new arrivals at the
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. ... w,.- n fhiiiin. retired lawman from the Hone-
Is serving S Traffic Investigator for the USA ARCARIB prevost njatrshal. f
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JULIO Oct. 11 POETRY SUP
Her whole life is an epigram, smart, smooth, and
Plaited quite neat to catch applause, with a
hangnoose at the end.
Engraved on the Collar
Of a Dog, Which I Cave
To His Roya, Highness
I am His Highness' dog at Kew.
Pray tell me, sir, whose dog are you?
' Alexander Pope.
Treason never prospers. What's the reason?
For if it prosper, none dare call it treason.
I come from the city of Boston,
The home of the bean and the cod.
Where Cabots speak only to Lowells,
And Lowells BushweH.
Sound, sound the clarion, flU the fife!
To all the sensual world proclaim,
One crowded hour of glorious life
Is worth an age withaname.
I strove with none for none was worth i my strife.
Nature I loved and next to Nature Art
I warm'd both hands before the fire or lire,
It sinks, and I am ready Xr lavage
Great Dead Men's Relations
The Eastern Nations
best ends by cremations
Of, Great Dead Men's Relations.
George the Third
Ought never to have occurred.
One can only wonder
At so grotesque ajlunde
E. Clerihew Bentiey.
Sir Christopher Wren
Said Sir Christopher Wren:
"I'm going to dine with some men.
If anyone calls,
CAN FILL YOUR NEEDS!
DON T SHOOT It's time for a shot and judging from his expression Tick doesn't appear too
happy about being "shot" with a needle as big as he is. The one-year-old Chihuahua is owned
by Clarence R. McNaughton of McKinley Heights, Ohio.
Walter Winchell In New Ytrl(
THE BROADWAY CROWD
rioKi Ahnnt twon: Former Hea
vyweigbt Champion Joe Louis (al (also
so (also the champ money thrower-a-wayer
of all time) who now plugs
recordings ... June Allyson shop shopping
ping shopping for a soda at Hanson's. Her
first there since she was a iopa
chorine ... Joan Bennett, former
screen favorite, who now prospers
a salesman for a garment cen
ter dress firm ... Irving Benin,
whose 1957 royalties may reacn
$111,000 top money. This does
not include his earnings from his
publishing firm and films. They
make his total at least z mimon...
Col. Parker, mer or Presley, who
reports he spurned guests appear appearances
ances appearances at $40,000 per. because
'you can't sell Elvis for $250,000 a
picture (plus percentage) u you
can see him for free"... Sweetest
Smile In Town: Aline MacMahon's
of Sean O'Casey's "I Knock At
Sallies in Our Alley: Len Matt
relavs'the one about the three lit
tle Minks who wondered what was'
going to happen to them ... aid
the 1st: "I want to be a stole" ...
Said the 2nd: "I want to be a coat"
...To which the 3rd giggled: "What
ever happens, we 1 an meet at
Miami: Beach!". Meredith An Anderson's
derson's Anderson's memo: "From all the pub publicity
licity publicity given to Mike Todd's big
party, you'd think it wasn't de deductible!"
ductible!" deductible!" Roulette Novelette: Mrs. L. Well Wellborn
born Wellborn Green, 83, passed on at Bev Beverly
erly Beverly Hills, California; -the other
day... One of the wealthiest wom women
en women in the world... Her husband sub subdivided
divided subdivided Beverly Hills, which gives
you an idea ... They named it af after
ter after their home in the East Bev-.
erly,FSim ... Recently a son-in-lawremarked
that he was going
to Las Vegas on business ... Mrs.
Green handed him $10 and instruct
ed him to put it on her "lucky",
number ... it came up paying
35 to 1 ...$350. Hef "lucky" num number
ber number was 13. .Confirming the Los Loser's
er's Loser's Lament: 'The Rich Get Rich Richer
er Richer And The Poor Get Childre."
Memos of a Midnighterj Ricar Ricar-do
do Ricar-do Montalban is the latest to get
abusive missives because of his
kissinv scenes with Lena Home in
"Jamaica" ... The U. of Arkansas
has invited "Satchmo" Louis Arm Armstrong
strong Armstrong to tootle its Spring prom in
'58 ... The owners' of the Beverly
Hills Hotel rejected ten mill for
the hotel (and property) last week.
Four vears aeo they paid 5tt mill
for it ... They say Hal March's
first starring film 'Hear Me Good'
got lusty applause at a preview in
istaniora. .steve Auen
cee the Freedom Fund rinner hon
oring Branch Rickey ana jjukc El Ellington
lington Ellington Nov. 22nd at the Roosevelt
... Have you noticed that most ol
the contestants whose category is
Lincoln, on the $64,000 Question
click, have been Southerners? ...
Geene Courtney's new act opens
the 25th, at Casino Royal (Wash (Washington)
ington) (Washington) on .the bill with The Vaga
bonds ,20th Century-Fox may
win the movie rights to "My Fair
Lady" ... Mrs. Mike Todd steals
the 3-hour "Raintree County" pic picture,
ture, picture, according to locals back from
Louisville where it was unveiled.
Her "mad" scenes, they add4 rate
an Oscar ,.. Lauren Bacall plays
only Sinatra'srecordings in her
undressing room between akes
... Com is growing on the terrace
next door to the Overseas .Press
Club on East 39th.
Bigtown Side show: v'wo hard hard-boiled
boiled hard-boiled New York policemen (at
tached to the 22nd preemtu went
out of their way to give Our.Towu
a good ad ... They were "atl their
posts near the 6th Avenue ekit of
the park the other 3 a.m. when a
white haired couple approached...
They asked permission to stroll a-'
mong tne greenery .v Pedestrians
are barred after midnight because
of muggers ... They were inform
ed it was dangerous better go
home ... They sail they came to
New York for their wedding an
n y ana tnat 25 years., ago they
strolled through the park on their
honeymoon ... "Okay," one patrot patrot-man
man patrot-man said, "we will walk behind
you to make sure nobody bothers
you" ... (Lud Applause). I ft
V ft ii ii. '" f
. Times Sauartf Circle: Hazel
Dawn, Broadway star in thei Yes
teryear ("Pink Lady"), is the
chomming; tv dept receptjooisV-t
tne j. waiter mompson Agency
Sonia Shaw, who shelved thrusting
to wed a Canadian millionaire, has
shed him. Her next groom will be
another Canadian mint ... Security
is even- possible in teevee. Theo
Goetz just started his 9th year; in
CBS ?'The Guiding Lighf..."Iok
Back In Anger" same to Broad Broadway
way Broadway without one party sale and
les than $5,000 advance. It looks
like a hit ... Bob Haymes is 'oing
the boites with Blossom Dearie
... Ex-star Margie Hart, who
waits on the celebs at the Beverly
Hiiis shop, owns it ... The new hit,
"Melodie D'Amour," wis taken
from the trench song, "Maladie
D'Amour': (Sickness of Love). ..
Another sound-a-like: "I'll Remem
ber Today and the lovely French
waits, The.Juver Seine."
Midtown Vignetter Dolores Gray
and escort came out of Billy Reed's
Little Club the other midnight aM
doorman Frank signal'd for a keb
. The driver of it was Brad Ol Olson
son Olson (Number 63065), a talented ac actor,
tor, actor, who enjoys eating when he's
not emoting... Mr. Olson and Misa
Gray talked shop all the way to
her destination ... He met her ear earlier
lier earlier this year in Summer stock at
Dayton, Ohio, where he played a
tan i-nl l "P.n'i." in Vih
Curtaiif Calls: Bill Frawley's
new album of o'd songs, which in includes
cludes includes his 7-a-day show stopepr
"Carolint In The Morning...Merv
Griffin's Version of Irving Berlin's
latest tune, "I Keep Running A A-way
way A-way From You" k. Joni; James."
album of Jerome Kern-Harry War Warren
ren Warren hits ... Lloyd Shearer's enlight enlightening
ening enlightening artie'e in Parade about Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood Kay Starr's 'My Heart
Reminds Me of You."
Las Vegas After Midnight: Wil Wilbur
bur Wilbur Clark imports an all-Japanese
girl show from Tokyo fr his De Desert
sert Desert Inn on Nov. 12th ...Their man manager
ager manager demanded the geishas each
be paid $45 per week. Clark will
pay them what he pays American
ge s $125 per. Billy Daniels
pill headline the bill. (Tee nee) ...
Louis Prima and his dol wife
(Keely Smith) star at the Saha Sahara's
ra's Sahara's Casbar. After her click on
Dean- Martin's opening tv -.how
NBC execs inquired: "where has
she been all these years?"..".She's
been trying to borrow their eyes
and ears or a decade .Tempest
Storm stars at the Dunes where
Minsky presents the type of girl girl-esk
esk girl-esk show New Yorkers j haven't
been permitted (by law) to wit witness
ness witness since Mayor LaGuardia's day
. r .Miss Storm's shapely, satellite
actually has two real dimples
Beautiful Betty George booked:
to headline at New York's Le Le-runirinn
runirinn Le-runirinn t)pt 22nH hut M. Berle O-
nona st thp Tjlin nuartep soon afW 4
ter ana he s in his troupe, wno o
blows whose topp ... 3Iews photo I 4
that would win a pri. Ida lupi-
no's pretty sister Rita, who be- ?
came a Vegas bride Sunday eve,
trying to hit the Desert Inn jackrJs
Sounds in the Night: At Gai
ton's: "Ja hear about the Texan J
who visited his poor relations at
the Waldorf?" ... At Lindy's: The
bigger the Knock the bigger the
Envy" :.. At Peter's Backyard:
"The only thing he ever gave iny-
body was a cold" .u At El Moroc Moroc-co:
co: Moroc-co: "He's the kind of drinker who
doesn't waste time talking to 'the
bartender". ..At Miller's Wool-
worth Bldg: "Egomaniac? He ;
thinVa hn' Miki Toddl" .;.At John'-
i .xAt rUinxiAeT P a a m ";-"':r
intex.shutated? rne imieui
i will em-f Little Club the other miamgnt aa: -.WiHit
WdshingtQn News Notebook
Wjrie, Pigskin arid Nylons Coup Coup-Replacement
Replacement Coup-Replacement Tranquil Fancy Cook
Uy DOUGLAS LAHSEN and KENNETH a GILMORE
Tinnri flrtff Uoolntf on beat.
Catholic teachers try the songs their pupils will sing when
' schools reopen. The lesson is part of a school music workshop
at St John College in Cleveland, Ohio. More than 900 nuns
'and lay teachers of the Cleveland Catholic Diocese are attend attending
ing attending the classes. Dominican nuns, center, are playing on kinder kindergarten
garten kindergarten drums and bells, keeping time for two lay teachers
demonstrating classroom dances, gjfa, H
WASHINGTON (NEA) State
Department protocol officers and
British officials .who arranged
Queen Elzabeth s visit had a dif difficult
ficult difficult time reconciling W bite
IIS 'firms have o'fered every
thing from tractors ,to fireproof
nvion hosiery lor mc ;uueen to
take back. -:" i
"It would take two ocetft liners
to take back a the stuff -ottered
to Herj Majesty," a spokesman
for the British embassy admits.
The difficuty has been trying
to draw a line on what to refuse.
Toe official White House policy
on taking gifts has been easy go going.
ing. going. Ike's farm in Gettysburg has
numerous presents he has accept accepted,
ed, accepted, for example.
The Buckingham Palace policy
is far more rigid. Only small
r. t !' .: i
guis irum inuiviuusis are atccyi. atccyi.-ed
ed atccyi.-ed and only after the Queen ap approves
proves approves each acceptance. No' gifts
are accepted from commercial
So far it has been decided that
the Queen will accept a case of
California sherry wine from Vice
President Nixon, and the football
used in the. Maryland-North Ci o o-tn'a
tn'a o-tn'a University game which she
Socialite hostess Mrs. George
Yandes Wheeler II may be in ine
for a job in the Labor Depart
ment after the coup she pulled
with the local waiters' union. She
is chairman of the annual white-
tie International Ball, a charity
affair for a chidren's hospital and
tied in with a horse race at Laurel,
r This year's ball has an Italian
motif and Mrs. Wheeler decided
to have only men waiters, all
wearing white shirts and red
sashes. But hotel oincials laughed
at her. They said the union
wouldn't stand for either idea.
Undaunted, Mrs. Wheeler march
ed into tne ouice oi waiter ousi ousi-ness
ness ousi-ness agent Bob Coughlin and sweet
talked turn into both propositions.
"AIM did was explain, that it
wavioi cnarny ana mat' mrs.
Eisenhower was chief patroness,
and he was just lovely about co
operating," Mrs. W. II explains.
The French embassy has one
thing in common with the New
York Yankees. That's good bench
When French Ambassador
Hem. Alphand's wife- announced
she was divorcing him there was
apprehension in this town's so social
cial social circles that the very high lev-
el of entertaining that Mrs. Al
pha nd had set might suffer.
But French embassy of icia's
weren't wdrried. They knew
that Mrs. Charles Lucet, charm charming,
ing, charming, witty wife of the senior min minister,
ister, minister, would substitute as of.icia!
embassy hostess. She's an out outstanding
standing outstanding success. Her clothes are
always the latest creations from
the most exclusive Paris salons.
In fact, a French embassy offi official
cial official was start ed at a recent ock ock-tail
tail ock-tail party when he was asked- if
Mrs. Lucet wonld be as good a re representative
presentative representative of the French fashion
industry as Mrs. Alphand was.
"Why, of course,", he replied.
"She's a French ladyl"
The wife of an Air Force colo
nel in the Pentagon had put off
entertaining her husband's boss, a
two-star general, as long as pos possible.
sible. possible. She hated him. Finally her
hllfihflnrf tlllt flic fwt llnmn n rtrl V.
general was invited for dinner.
The afternoon of the event, the
eoionel's wi.'e took two tranquiii tranquiii-ler
ler tranquiii-ler pills to get her through the
The pills worked fine and the the-woman
woman the-woman was completely relaxed.
Then, after the dessert, she turn-
w "er guest ana politely told
"You know, general, I can't
stand you and can't for the li e of
me figure out why we invited you
to dinner tonight."
. "I've known that for a long
time' the general replied, ','but
why have you waited so lonr to
tell mep" i
"I guess the tranquilizers I
took to get through this just made
me frank," the lady replied.
Uhis happened three weeks ago.
and the co.onel sti 1 hasn't bt A
transferred to Thule, Greenlan
But he's fcmotinnullv rnnHit!..nnl
to the move.
A local hostess, anxious to im impress
press impress an Important guest from the
Far East with her cooking ability,
served a rare dessert made from
he had a terrib'e time finding
it in the first place, worked all
day to prepare it just right aifd
served it with four different
kinds of expensive brandy.
After dinner sh aslrori t h a
guest if he enjoyed the dessert.
'Not bad. Isn't that what mh
cal candied sweet potatoes?" he
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annually supplied by United States' foreign aid. Larger bag.
tight, shows the 200 million a year a four-fold increase that
India now asks from the United States on a three-year basis.
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The Washington Merry -Go -Round
By DREW PEARSON
WASHINGTON Only a year
after President Eisenhower s land
slide victory, word has gone out
to Republican Congressmen from
Congressman Dick iirapson 01
Pennsylvania, chairman or tne
Wir Congressional campaign u
mittee: 'Vote ydur district point
of view and never mind White
This means a widening rut in
side the Republican party and in
creasing difficulty in passing any
As Congressional campaign chief.
Simpson is largely responsible for.
electing a Kepumicatj congress
next year. He has warned OOF
candidates that the ride on Ike's
coat-tails is over, tnat his politi
cal "popularity has dropped dras
. "Sure, this may mean a pany
sblit. but we're politicians. It is
our job to get elected," he has
told subordinates privately. "There
aren't any politicians in the White
House, We have tried it.their way,
and we are losing ground"
He pointed pmLwaitinree.,ie-
puDiican veterans congressmen
John Taber "of TJew Yorfc. John
Vorys of Ohio, ; and A.eArfndi nf
Illinois are in political irouoie ai
home for supporting the- Presi
dent's foreign aid program; A 1 1
ihree will probably face primary
opposition from anti bisennower
In an attempt to bead off a par
ty, split, GOP National Chairman
i,..5.'ll I utJ 1
ineaue aicotu urns nciu tcvciai
secret conferences with Simpson.
All this has accomplished is prev
ent open Republican warfare.
licans," he to'd the ladies, 'is
when Republicans run as Repub Republicans
licans Republicans and not as 'me-tooers.'
The Air Force may have beaten
Russia into space this summer
with the first man-made slellite J
though it was an acident. A nose
cone on a guided missile mis.'ired
and could still be whizzing around
The bul'et shaped nose cone, a a-bout
bout a-bout 18 inches long and polished
smooth as glass, was catapulted in into
to into space by the experimental X17
which the Air Force has been us
ing to blaze the way for the inter
continental At as.
The Air Force has been shoot shooting
ing shooting the three-stage X 17 to the
edges of outer space. There the
missile normally noses downward.
and the third stage fires the cone
downward at terriac speed into
the earth's atmosphere.
Purpose of the experiment is to
duplicate the conditions the At
las's warhead will encounter when
it plunges into the atmosphere.
in this particular case, howev
er, the nose cone v. as blasted up
ward instead of downward,
Air Force scientists are convinc convinced
ed convinced it was traveling at sufficient
speed to launch it in an orbit a a-round
round a-round the earth.
. Of. course,, it wasn't -equipped
with radio or instruments that
would make it possible to track
as in the case of the Soviet Sput
When the rocket was loaded with
dummy second and third stages,
the Navy was not able to get it 0 f
the ground. The excuse is that a
better fuel is needed.
Meanwhile, Uncle Sam's official
satellite project "Vanguard" has
bogged down at Cape Canaveral.
F!a. The American "moon" has to
be boosted into the air with a 3
stage launching device of which
the second and third staees have
Simoson remarkad privately if- -I oeen sucessfuiy test -fired. But
'There fs no divorce yet,"
ter a recant huddle with Alcorn.
"We are living in tep.irt bed
rooms from the Eisenhower Re
publicans new. The divorce pa
pers are drawn up and ready to
Note In an of-the-cuff speech
te Republican women at Colorado
Springs last month, Simpson :ame
the closest to an open public break
with the Eisenhower wing.
"Hi only wayto eiectKepuh
the crucial first stage, which must
11. 1 tne otner two off the ground,
has been waiting a month for its
General Electric built the cru crucial
cial crucial first stage engines. They
were accepted for delivery after
undergoing several 24 minute
ground tests. The tests were suc successful
cessful successful and no parts had to be re replaced.
placed. replaced. But this was only on the
nauio.-ogisis now warn tnat
thousands of people yearly -e
needlessly injured by incorrect use
of X-ray equipment.
Worst offenders are dentists and
general practitioners who can buy
X-ray machines and fluoroscopes
even tnough they lack special train
ing in their use. Patients can ab absorb
sorb absorb dangerous radioactivity,
threatening their ability to have
children and possibly -even short-
ening their own lives or ca causing A,
The prob'em has a'ways exist existed,
ed, existed, hut it hue hppn AramatWeA hv
nnh'ir rfirllHnn nt th rlinotr
frcm nuclear weapon "fall out."
Fluoroscopes can be especially
' As a result, even trained radioV
logists are today; re examining
t)liif Mrt Atknrfti 'ti I'.diiio nnlinnia' '?
A ru'e of thumb; U to avoid the
use of X-rays whenever possible: J
Broken bones, for eXamp'e, can -often
be discovered by touch. Den
tisfs. can" avoid the -reckless use of
X rays by probing for cavities,
menA-raying onjy jnose teetn
where definite cavities, are sua-
experts point out that, as a gen- -eral
rule, X-ray machines and
.'luoroscoDes should be used on'v
when other methods cannot be
It's also important that the e e-nuinment
nuinment e-nuinment be correctly calibrated,
so the' doctor knows exactly how
much radiation is being adminis-
lerVf. He should use a nromr
shield, so X-rays are not sprayed
flAllAee1w MtA. fit .tiAnt'a Lilt.
but confined only to the part un un-der
der un-der examination or treatment.
This applies especially to dental
X-rays and chest X-rays for TB
V done properly, the exposure
to radioactivity during a chest X-
ray is tngnt.
x SUNDAY, OCTOBER p 1957. Jilt..ilL tHU SuzZliikmtnj$h?& ' a 1 1 i ii c j 1 1 4 t i i J t h"" -"
nil ? mi iiii im ill v8 ylia Ufa int.: 'in tlh III lifl InL.mL nu
By United Press
Tn iqv when is was obvious that
, wSWarll was about to break
. ovet Europe, Robert St. John, a
'S correspondent wanted to be
assigned to. cover it, hut J Ms. edi editors
tors editors thought he was too old So he
naid his own way to Budapest,
' and launched himself on two years
of Alice-in Wonderland living on
' s front that Americans have not
- exactly forgotten-most 01 men.
- never heard of it.
f St.- John Jiad been flunking for
vears about Romania (he thought
:.. ". romi. notorious rela-
1 tionsrip with Magda Lupescu wou a
' make- a good play) and it was
in Bucharest that he spent most
his time on a journey that took
him from -Budapest through e
Balkans to Cairo.
- He was in the Romanian capital
when Carol was overthrown and
the new dictador ordered the peo
ple to go to church tne next a.
ind "blaspheme" tneir
' (."What?"-he said to his wife, who
'was taking the story from their
, "blaspheme" was the dictators
From Romania, he retreated be before
fore before Hit'er's advancing hordes
: through Bulgaria, Yugoslavia and
Greece to Cairo and then around
the Cape of Good Hope back to the
' United States.
- r rhantcr of his new book,
Foreign Correspondent (Double-
..tin (ho ume Ground at
Uaj I t-UYm t... y
From the Land of Silent People.
The rtmaineder of the book is a
hunorous, easy-reading treatment
. of new material. This is also an
interesting and informative work
about the operations of American
A new book by veteran big-game
- hunter Kenneth Anderson Man--
Eaters and jungle Killers (Thomas
". jNeison ana oun;,
keep the armchir tiger-stalker on
the adge of his seat. The few genu
iae hunters oman-eaters still a a-round
round a-round will find it a splendid, sang sangfroid
froid sangfroid treatise on exciting hunts of
i some very nasty beasts with a
taste for human flesh.
" The new book of tiger-killer An Anderson
derson Anderson is a collection of eight sto-
ries of runts for man killers rang ranging
ing ranging from a rogue elephant to a
During the decades which pre preceded
ceded preceded the Russian revolution of
1917 and the Bolshevik coup which
folowed it, terrorism played an
While politicians fought czarism
by orthodox means, small, deter deter-mined
mined deter-mined bands of men tried to weak
the regime by systematic asassi-
They were men who wert ready
to die with their victims, or to face
execution if they survived.
The Terrorists (Funk and Wag
noiiat i the storv of four men
whose careers epitomize the tech
nique of violence. Robert Payne,
the author, is an Englisrman who
has made a specialty of Russia.
Serge Nechayev, Andrey Zhelya Zhelya-bav,
bav, Zhelya-bav, Yegor Sazonov and Ivan Ka Kaliayev
liayev Kaliayev are the subjets. Nechayev1
rotted to death in a cell of the
Peter and Paul Fortress is St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, chained hand and foot
to a wall. Zhelyabov and Kaliayev
were hanged. Sazonov committed
suicide in Siberia in protest against
treatment of prisoners.
Nechayev, strangest of the four,
never took part in an asassination.
He committed one murder of a
fellow-conspirator. But he made
an impact on Russian revolution revolutionary
ary revolutionary history that still is remember remembered.
ed. remembered. Nechayev was a liar, sexual per pervert,
vert, pervert, blackmailer, thief. He never
led a ttrrorist organization, but
in his writings he was an apostle
of utter terrorism. Lenin, years
after his death, said: "He was the
most resolute of the mechanics
Zrelyabov was hanged for his
part in the plot in which Czar
Alexander II Was killed in 1881,
while Nachoyev was living his last
months in prison.
Sazonov was a member of the
Terrorist Brisade of the social re
volutionary party, as was Kaliayev.
Sazonov threw the bomb which
killed Count von Plehev. minister
of interior and police chief. Kalia
yev killed Grand Duke Sergius, un
cle or Czar Nicholas II.
Payne makes clear what sort of
men the terrorists were, and what
they aimed at. He shows also that
the Bolsheviks did not invent Rus
'(Compiled by publishers' Week'y)
t PEYTON PLACE Grace Meta
ON THE BEACH Nevil Shute
! -THE WORLD OF SUZ1E WONG
1 BY LOVE POSSESSED James
-, Gould cozzens.
"LETTER FROM PEKING
RALLY ROUND THE FLAG,
BOYS! Max Shulman
COMPULSION Meyer Levin.
THE PINK HOTEL DorotV.
Erskine and Patrick Dennis.
BARUCH: MY OWN STORY
Btrnard M. Baruch.
THE HIDDEN PERSUADERS
- .THE DAY CHRIST DIED-Iim
a THE NEW CLASSrMUovan Dji-
V THE INNOCENT AMBASSA
DORS Philip Wylie.
t STAY ALIVE ALL YOUR LIFE
i Norman Vincent Peale.
?V WHERE DID YOU GO? OUT.
WHAT DID YOU DO? NOTHING
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Art In Review
selection from the Feigen Collec
tion. The major part of the Show
L-uusisus ot pamungs, drawings ana
sculpture by the German artist
Ernst Ludwi'g Kirchner (1880-
Kirchner was a sueprb drafts
man. He could coniure With a few
lines the illusion of plastic vol volumes.
umes. volumes. As a painter he is usually
classified as an expressionist. His
color is transported a shadow
might be red, a face blue but its
role is still descriptive. Like a
good disguise that conceals
the masker's identity but reveals
his character, the subjects of
Kirchner disclose their state of
mind through the unnatural -color
in which they disguise themselves.
But it Is in his engravings
tnet Kirchner achieved his
gratest expressionistic feats.
Here his lines are not onlv
evocative of plastic shapes, they
have their own personal moods
ranging from the ca'.m to the
agitated, from the sensitive to the
Colors, too, go beyond the il
lustration of appearances or men mental
tal mental states. The dark blue that
spreads across the right upper
corner of the engraving and covers
the iorehead of the man portrayed
is not taken from everyday reality.
It is the material symbol of the
disturbance that it taking hold of
the hero's soul. It is not the rejec rejection
tion rejection of a perception but the echo
of a poetic vision that the artist
has had. It is in his engravings
that Kirchner Ventured into new
dimensions of psychological repre representation.
sentation. representation. It is in this field that he
exerted his deep and lasting effect
on 20th century German art.
At the Hirschl Adler Galleries,
Arbit Blatas has on view "An Exhibition-
of Twenty Paintings In Interpreting
terpreting Interpreting 'The Threepenny O-
Blatas. is an artist by instinct and
temperament, with a keen psycho
logical insight that predestines
him to portraiture. His vision is
instantaneous. Whenever he sue
ceeds in copturing his first brash
strokes, as he did in bis brilliant
sketches on view, the results are
pictures filled with poignant drama
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spit ?some"pecuiatlon that efforts Vuld b j regret." Daley jmUA that successor had been named
w'$ &&ri had been the front office bbi for. the In,
wav as ached "emorrow monS at 8 ISock.- T dians for eight seasons. This past seawn the tomans tomans-mim
mim tomans-mim whnat fist Seed toe crime "and later r. dtew only ,724,000 fans and lost an estimated $150,000. $150,000.-trSted
trSted $150,000.-trSted hto SSSSffMdSet.lSM i Daley safd that the recent hiring of Bobby-Bragan as
Vw" rf!S.J?rt. "7 -1 7i; vi. inf.n,i..:nih tv. .'wan hired W Greenberar. ...vWu--'.-' j
6XP ot glfe W.;n.ja:th2
killers during !his trial. His decision to conduct his
own defense is regarded a? lgnlf icantrln some circles.
- The trial Is expected tq last three weeks, or more.
This will mean that the seven persons chosen to act
as jurors will not be able to participate In any of the
festivities planned for the annual observance of In Independence
dependence Independence Day on. Nov, 3. r
, The Agulla Imperial (Eagle) Insurance firm" was -declared
practically bankrupt nd closed at the V
request of the Panama -government m an effort to ;
protect the public. .. P PP- rpp-'pf P-:'p P
Among the thousands of persons who have fal fal-lea
lea fal-lea victims of the Insurance racket are three As-
semblymen. It is doubtful if policy holders will be
able to recover much If any of the money they they-had
had they-had invested ,with the, company.. T
SOVIET RUSSIA BUILT up a violent and- danger-
ous propaganda offensive this week against the
United States and its ally Turkey. V p
The campaign was based on the allegation that the
United States and Turkey were plotting an attack on -8yrla.
Syria, now being armed by Russia and control control-led
led control-led by pro-Russian elements, lent Its support. 4
Kussia invoiced, every medium of publicity to air Its
crarges. :.. ..;
Nikita Khrushchev, acting In his capacity of first
secretary of the Central .Committee of the Russian
Communist Party, addressed, a letter, to the Socialist
parties of seven West European countries asking them
to help "prevent aggression and preserve peace in the
near and Middle East."
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles warned
In turn that if Russia attacked Turkey, the Unit- -ed
States would retaliate against Russian terrl-
vrtt. tn oust nrppribere but pointed out that the board
"generally felt that we Just had to make a change at
However, he did say that one of the principal reason
was the decline In attendance. Daley also refused to
say whether Greenberg would retain his estimated 15
to 20 per cent of the total shares In the Cleveland
Greenberg's ordy comment was that he was "keen-. . ., LJ: '
ly disappointed" that the board had chose to termi- JiMXJ Kht;
. ma hf contract '..r-', 1 E?. '"Ul.e arrival of Queen Elizabeth II of Great,
rnate hUi contract.,, o v H v ; Britain and her husband Prince Philip on a visit to
The Tisual. off-season .'shuffling of baseball players
For Stan 'Pdlys, Jinr 3reehgtass, Ray Herbert and
Walt CraddOck it meant another chance to make good
hvthe majors.. The Cincinnati Redlegs bought Palys
from Seattle. Greengrass moved up ifrom Sacramento
to Detroit. 'Pitchers Heroert ana vraaaocK, now wiui
A hard luck'shlo was finally set to -said after ten
days of trouble In Canal waters. She Is .he Hawaiian i,tfnin hnnht hv the Kansas Cltv- A's.
Tourist, which crashed into a New Zealand-bound pas- It a different story .for Nippy Jones, Bob'Keh Bob'Keh-senger
senger Bob'Keh-senger shlp.Rangltaner while the ships were In the.. nedy Corky valentine AI Aber -and Red Murff The
Canal channel on Oct 1ft". ; t '-, Braves farmed out Jones, Valentine d Murff. The
After tying up at Cristobal's Pier 10 earUer in the A-s Mnt down pitcher Abet and Brooklyn bound for
week, the 7644-ton freighter almost sank when she -jja Angeles, gave 37-yeair-old Kennedy, his, outright
farfol toUnor nn.wnfpr In the pnfiin ronm.
The bottom of the shlowas natched. UD.before.be-
lng moved to Mt. .Hope Industrial Bureau area where
temporary repairs to the bow of the freighter were ;
completed, to the tune of about $27,000.
Three experts who had arrived here to investigate
tti ondrlpiit hnv madfi their renort. and it is now. '.
np to owners of the ship, the Matson line to decide to meet Willie Besmanoff in Houston on Oct. 29. The
where permanent repairs will be completed. i "schoolteacher beat wmy pastrano last time out. ties
The Rangitane sailed earlier in the week with Its manoff has won 34 bouts and lost five.
415 passengers aboard after having been temporarily : o
repaired alsoj! v ; -
The Canal lifted its six-Inch draft limitation
put on ore-carriers and supertankers last June,
now that the level of Gatun Lake has risen. This
week the reading at Gatun was 84.39 feet, or a a-bout.
bout. a-bout. six inches above the level at which the Ca- -nal
would .. normally be able to stop generating
electricity Jy. diesel, however because the Mad Madden
den Madden Lake reserve storage b still way below, nor-
mal. Canal officials have not thought it wise to
curtail diesel use, P Z iP
Canal Zone Police have formed a new chapter of
the American Federation of Government Empldyes
on the Zone,. bringing the totarup to five lodges here.
The new police lodge 1798 Is Tieaded by St. James
Hatcher, who was formerly oresldent of theCanar
Zone Police Association. "Hatcher stepped down from
this post to take on the new Job. 1
Out of the? 1000 persoAs who have already received
Asiatic flu vaccine from thevPanama Canal, very few
have suffered? any ; 111 effects, it was announced at
week's end. ' 1
The Army reported that about 78 per cent of the
military personnel had already been given shots, and
their program was continuing to cover dependents
and civilian employes also. ;.
Because Howard Air Force base runway is be beginning
ginning beginning to crack, Air Force officials announced
that a weight limitation has been placed on all
aircraft landing there.:
Some of the runway's concrete slabs have cracks
due to the excessive rrtoljture in the subsoil, and
a weight limitation of 70,000 pounds was placed.
A soldier who went AWOL i-i escaped from a
police guard at the Clayton stockage was picked up
by the military three hours later in a girlfriend's a-'
partment In Coldn.. Now the Ft." Davis 'soldier, Frank
A. Bermie is baclc -in Jail awaiting; trial for' passing
bad checks, and for escaping""-" i :
American farmer William Herrickr54, died at Gor Gor-gas
gas Gor-gas Hospital this week--despite, all jattempia to keep
him alive Oerrlck was oristinally brought to, the -attention
of hospital authorities by American Leelpn's
Post No. l which found him m destitute condition.
The unbeaten heavyweight from the Texas town
with the unusual name of Cut and Shoot has another
bout lined up. -Pp p: M A
Roy Harris, witn z pro oouis unacr uia uwi,, nsiwu
I TWo leading thoroughbreds will be weighted down
In the Yankee Handicap at Suffolk Downs on Oct. 30.
'k "Gallant Man," winner f the Jockey Cup Gold Cut
last: Saturday;-has been assimed top weight to -130
pounds Wheatlev Stable's "Bold Ruler" was given
second high weight of 128 pounds.
' Thirtv members of the Milwaukee .Braves earned
hearty $9,000. in bonus money for winning the World
Series. P -.
, The Braves split up their World Serie spoils and
awarded 30 full shares of $8,924 the, third largest
Share on record.
The Yankees divided the Iosuir take into 33 fu'J!
shares of $5,608.
Outfielder Bob Hafcle and utility lnlielder Vernal
(Nippy) Jones who- joined Milwaukee during the
season were voted three-quarter shares.N Bonus Bonus-player
player Bonus-player John Demerit received a one-third share and
Bob Taylor another bonus choice who played in
just seven games got a flat one-thousand dollars,
j The Yankees awarded pitcher Sal Maglie who.
was acquired too late to play In the Series a one one-half
half one-half share. Maglie also was given a full share of
Brooklyn's third-place money.
The owner of "Round Table" says he will be willing
to match his horse against "Gallant Man" in $100,000
Oklahoma turfman Travis M. Kerr has wired John
Alessio managing director of the Caliente Race
Track in Mexico that "Round Table" will be avail available
able available for a match race against "Gallant Man" after
the colt fullfills present racing engagements next
i Alessio who proposed the race "says he has not
heard from the owner pf "Gallant Man" Texas
fortsman Ralph Lowe. '.
1 The New York Giants have swapped their Minnea Minneapolis
polis Minneapolis franchise in the -American Association for the
Ejan Francisco franchise in the Pacific Coast League. ;
JtTb. trade was one .of the final, moves needed to
clear the way for the Giants to make, their move, to
San Francisco. ?
Giant President Horace Stoneham made the trade,
starving and sick In Panama City. He had been at with the Boston Red Sox. Stoneham said there was
Gorgas.for three .weeks atj thetime fjils death. ,sqme cash invplved,: in the deal,, and added that the
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anrl vice versa.
Stoneham also announced that the Giants have
hired Jerry Donovan, President of the San Francisco
team; He saidhe doesn't know: In what capacity the
Giants will use Donovan. , ; r
' A negotiator hi the talks between California's ma major
jor major race tracks and striking' parl-mutuel clerks says
mings are iooruik utwu... -.
Conciliator Glen Bowers said the atmosphere at the
neeotiatinK session Is somewhat clarified. He didn't
moke anv mention of a possible early settlement
' However, the. union ha asked for strike sanction a-
Tinst the Go'den Gatei Fields track, which is sched sched-uled
uled sched-uled to open October 28.. :
The Los Angeles-bound Dodaers -have given : utility --
irmnHBob KenTwdv- his- -outr4ht-Telease-and recalled
pitchers. Stan'Dmiams and Rormegrajrand mfield-
Graveside services were
by the Legion
The hew Panama Railroad train schedules seem to
be working out satisfactorily-,- a Balboa Heights source
said. - 1
The new schedule, which was put Into effectearly
this fall apparently has been particularly helpful to
commuters who come from the Atlantic to the Paci Pacific
fic Pacific side to work, and for the transportation of school
children between Gamboa and Balboa,- 'v
.i.5!01" Cahada, the Queen and the prince flew to ".
; Virginia to attend a festival commemorating the 350th
anniversary of the founding at Jamestown in 1607 of
ttrst permanent English settlement in America. -TiJSy
fIew 5 Washington and 4riumphal re-
ception, to-be guests of President and Mrs. Elsenhower.'
France's Cabinet crisis, still urisolVed after nearly'
Jj weeks, was complicated by a surge of labor un-
Electricity and as workers struck toi 12 hours
throughout the country and nearly' paralyzed It
STU' "lc bulIdln8s. factories were without light
heat or machine power.. All electrically-driven trans- :
port was idle, Including the Paris subways.
-!!2S,KenTi00, Yns'av shocked and an.
ffl Tu Z German government by recogniz recogniz-frthf
frthf recogniz-frthf ast German Communist puppet rerime.
CSt ,Grmny had natened to break rela-
r,Ithany country which recognbed East
Stl? "?? w?s considerlmr whether to
Sosta I by breakln relations with
i tMS; !Hf, 8vern,ment announced that Prime Mlrl-
&ffiilafCIS lla1 wU1 have a surprise meeting with
25fhi Eisenhower next this in Washington. The
w? sta will discuss the explosive Middle
slJu!,c2i aJ?dtne Russian earth satellite. Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of StatN. Dulles and British Foreign Secretary
Selwyn Lloyd also will attend the talks. oc"cl,l"y
Premier David Ben-Gurion of Israel asked the West
to supply his nation with defensive weapons. The
Premier called for defensive airpower and anti-submarine
weapons to match the Soviet arms buildup in
Syria, and Egypt. Ben-Gurion told United Press Press-Movietone
Movietone Press-Movietone in an exclusive interview that he feels Is Israel
rael Israel could defeat Syria in a war... if Russia did not
send arms to Syria. :
The prosecution In the espionage trial of Rus-
sian Col. -Rudolf Abel revealed the dramatic role
of an American sergeant who apparently acted as
a counter-spy. The prosecution testified at Abel's
trial In Brooklyn Federal Court that Sgt. Roy
Rhodes of Arlington, Virginia, pretended to Join
the Reds while assigned to the American Embas-
sy in Moscow, but actually worked as a counterspy.
Scientists in Minneapolis thusands of pictures of
the sun taken With a camera-telescope. The picture- a
taking apparatus was parachuted to earth near the '.
Iowa-Minnesota border from a giant plastic balloon.
The Balldon ..: which Was sent aloft Thursday....
permitted the camera to shoot more than eight-thou-;
sand pictures of the sun. It is hoped that the shots
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ww auu greatly io man s SHOWicqge, Ol ine sun s run.
The UJS. government said that more than one-and-a-half
million persons have -been hit by the flu since
the first outbreak last summer. At least 360-thousand
new cases developed last week. .- and the Public
Health Service says the number of deaths from flu
and pneumonia a chief complication stands at
KTsmvyi ToTlraw an1 flAivrra I ArtrlAFeAti fmnl favni
' The Cincinnati Redlegs have purchased pitcher Bob
Kelly from Nashville. Kelly was the top pitcher in the
Class Double-A Southern Association this season with
24 victories and 11 setbacks...
A, scheduled lOround middleweight bout between
Joe Giardello and Wilf Greaves at Denver : may be
postponed one week to Nov. 5 because Giardello has
..the flUi. ; v t
i Notre" Dame athletic director. Ed (MoOse) Krause
says there is no foundation to the rumor that thv
1958 ArmyVNotr Dame game will e played In New
YorkHe say the gam wtll,be played as. scheduled -in
the Notre Dame Stadium at South Bend. Indiana,
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