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. AN, INDEPENDENT
DAILY NEWSPAPER V
Ths Cccn:c?o!;sa Capital..;
"Let the people know the truth and the country is Abraham Lincoln,
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; rEAR I n ' 1 4T h fANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY OCTOBER t4, 1957 ., -' W "J ) ;AC".iV; ;, . nyg CEVTl
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Th:y Dcsir :d Miraf lores Bridge; And Now..
S Lots Firm Gets
For Balboa Bridge
Gov. William' eJ Potter announced from Washington,
C. todav that the engineering and architectural firm
of Sverdrup and Parcel, Inc.; of St. Louisr Missouri, has
3ee'n selected to" do the preliminary studies and design
level bridge acrjpss the, Canal on, the Pacific ide.
PThe selection of the firm was made Dy xne ooara ot
jirtnr. f th Panama Canal Company.1 with the con
currence of Secretary pf the Army ,Wilber M, Brucker,
Canal channel twill have a clear
ance of 1000 reet.
Tti firm m Sverdruo and par
' eel is one of the leading engi engineering
neering engineering and architectural firms
in trie umiea csiai.cs,. ucwj -ticularly
well known for ita worX
In design of all sjzes- and types
' ef bridges. ? 1 -.
s''It maintains a staff of about
558, including about 200 civil, and
', structural engineers. -1 ,
v.' The firm is' well-known on
Nth' Isthmus, havlnif deslRned
' the swlnjr-span bridje over the
' lower Miraf lores Locks.. Sver Sverdrup
drup Sverdrup and Parcel were awarded
" that contract in July 1940 as
' part of the Third Locks proj-
t '- 11 ,
rur1no."thP c- -p of this worK,
Lipvprdrup maaeiiapy trips to the
Usthmus ana xiag -jr wae u
u.rAiigi 'armiaintances among
'the engineers and architects of
ranama au v"' ..jyv.,.-.:
- Th nnstructlon of the bridge
across the Canal was one ot me
commitments- of the United
States In the 1955 "Treaty with
Tt .nnstriict;ion was' authorii!-
' ed by Congress last year, and
president Eisennower signet, u-c
' .Wislation while on a visit to
, '.panama in July 1956.
An appropriation f $750,000
4 was vrted by Conrress at Its
- v session this year for the pre
liminary studies and design.
It Is estimated that the cost
ef the bridge when completed
will be in the neighborhood .of
' $20,000,000.- , t
" It will be one of the highP&t
bridges in the world, sine a 20l
'J, foot clearance, will be provided
Time Being Wasted
rVAemon assassination trial iurymaii who often does work in the CnnM
getting impatient at the slow pace of the hearina for alleaerl frinr,o,m-n b,,u. n
Miro and six others.
Juror Efrafn Campos Teiada. an electrical contractor. suanettA tnAAi, i...
siding Judge Angel Vitelio de Gracia that "only important parts" of the deoositions
w icuu iu i nc jury as nme is oeing wasrea.
I he eight jurors receive 10 jb day for serving. In the case of the businessmen
ury service inevitably involves sortie loss. f
Campos teiada, presumably? sneakm a for the rest of the i
ed a defense move to shorten the10-hour-a-day court schedule. He said the sessions
iiumu remain as ion9 qS originaijy nxfijfl oraer tnat the trial end as soon as pos-
lor ship traffic.
Recanse of Its height and lo
cation, long approaches will be
required especially on the cast
Sverdrup and parcel have ben
the sole 6r principal participants
in the design of some5 or we
principal bridges, over the Ml
Rissinni. Missouri.! and Ohio IUV'
ers; And the famou suspension
bridge and appurtenant over the
lower Chesapeake. Bay.
Thev have been awarded three
national prizes byvthe American
for hridires their have, desikned
These include thi Missouri JMv-
er Bridge hear "ftorkport, Mis
souri; the Mores Creek Br;dge at
Boise, Idaho; and the Hurricane
Deck Bridge over the Osage- Ann
Lake in Missouri Tfte award in
the latter instance was for i; the
most beautiful t- bridge' In.'; it
class. ',, i -k
The principal .span of the
bridge over the canal wiu nave
anproximately the same length
and clearance of that over the
Chesapeake Bay,'- which v has a
1000 foot- horizontal width- and
a clearance of 203 feet.
The fiOl of this bridge and Its
approaches, which include sev several
eral several miles of tunneU trestle and
causeway, will be over $100,000,
Choice oi Rogers
For Brovnoll Post
. Sift Speculation ;
' f' .WASHINGTON,' Oct. 24 (UP)
presiuent Eisennower cnoite oi
Wiuiam P, nogera iu succeeu rier rier-beri
beri rier-beri jwowneu, r ai Auoriiey ue ue-neral
neral ue-neral porienas no cnange iu tne
Justice teparimeuv -v lirin- civu
'. right poacy,u miurmea sources
, aiu touay. v -:v '' i
j iiut the surprise While House
. announcemeili nao. Wa'soingtou duz-
zing witu speculation as to till
possible signiheance ot the sum,.
Browneu, who will bow out- as
v the aaministrstious top 'law eu-
'tfOTcement .ofticer around the sc
tonu weeK in iovcmDer, has dis disavowed
avowed disavowed any political ammtions.
he saia he wiu lejoin his iormer
,.Ur lirm of Lord, Day, ana Lord
! oi New Yort tity. ;'v- '
Once in private lift, however,
lie would be tree to resume his
- role as former .New York Gov.
( Thomas K. Dewey' political strat
j egist-or his own. "i"
Dewey has insisted with '. some
heat he is out of politics tor good.
. But politicians sometimes change
r their minds. Theri could be a
plan afoot to seek the I960 fiepub-
lican -presidential nomination for
J, Dewey with. Browneil as master
-mind.. ; .:. ..- ;
jjririsn women s
fArmy Long ;
LONDON, Oct. 24 (UP) Bri
tain has enough women's long un
derwear to last the Women' Ro-
-. T Arn.,r rn.n. AIM t
J.I m in J v-"i y3 dvu jr.il, iuauwi
membpr of Parliament Victor Col Collins
lins Collins said today.
Sir Edward Playfair, prrtnanent
t"dfTpTftary of state for war.
imittPl PTt was "an enormous
f --ijs" of "pants, wooier,
'. ;"' for tis corps.
Boal Trailer Cosls
Col. IJickerscn T$10
' '' -V
Col." John C, Nickerson. Jr. fac
ed the Balboa Magistrate yester
day anernoon oiti charge ot -driving
a boat trailer without baying
Nickerson, the ACmyl top guided
missiles expert-now stationed at
Fti Clayton, pleaded1: not guilty to
the charge stating ihat he did not
realize he needed a license for this
type of trailer. He added that-in
the States- he had not', been re
quired to have" ey-trV
However Judge .tana ILDeming
fined. jNlckersoa $10.
- The- charge developed after a
slight accident came to the atten
tion of Balboa., police last Friday
night when a teen-c'j(jrl walked
into Nickerson's cfr- ii front of the
Clubnouse on Baiboa Boad. 3be
said she did not see1 the baot trail trailer
er trailer attached to the car.v
Police absolvea jNicterson of
any blame in the 'actident, ruling
it was the result oi a "careless
pedestrianC" The gir "', was only
slightly hurt. S-W. 5
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THIS PANAMA CAN AI' FIRE TRUCK overturned at Fort Clayton following a rear end colli- ;
sion with an Army bus' at Fort Clayton, Wednesday afternoon, during a heavy downpour.
Three Panama Canal firemen were injured, none seriously, and taken to aorgas Jiospltal for
treatment The colllsioh occurred about 3 p.m. on Morris Avenues, at Clayton. Other fire firemen
men firemen are shown removing equipment from the truck. The truck was later hoisted back? onto
the road by art Army crane. (U.S. Army Photo d SP3 Thomas Thompson)
Fire Truck Bumps Bus, Forklift Hits
Attendant, Womaris Car Spins Around
was found to be;-erroneous, as a
safety valve had- popped on a sot
' Members of : the Army Engineer
-Service? wre then called to adjust
tn ftefA. -1 '.'vr v. f
W'BarthRoad Mir Coreul m-
suited in -fio, inuri.
it involved law auicK sea an
driven by Mrs. Doris M. Reed.
31, of Fort Claytons During the
pouring rain, Mrs. Heed was driv driving
ing driving north on Birth Road. She ap
parently lost control of the car,
which spun on the concrete, then
ran backwards off the left shoul shoulder
der shoulder of the road, and, crashed side
ways into a cyclone fence.
.The car was severely damaged.
several uprights of the fence were
sheared off and a large hole ounc-
tured in the wire neetihe.
Mrs. Reed Was reportedly charg charged
ed charged by Canal Zone police with driv driving
ing driving an automobile in 'defective o-
perattn condition, m
'Three Panama Canal firemen operated by Julio A; Guerrero, 39,
were injured yesterday afternoon I was proceeding uphill, ,r
c a fpsnlt of a hejr-end colli- The' fire truck was showing "its
sion at Fort Clavtoa between a red light.-and the bus pulled off
fire truck fni an Amry bug; while Uo the ide of be Toad to allow
rtnWifiH jreom-'r .jn. huju. now
an -earlier Utoidwt .jt,Cjrtt a 1
caused jnjury-w an-.fl.wivy iBivnan
employe. All were reported in eooa
The three firemen, none of them
seriously injured.: were Winston. E
Allevne. 30.. admitted to Gorgas
hbspital with a fractured left fore forearm
arm forearm and laceration above, the 'left
eye; Donald Nicolas, Z4, in. the
hosoital for observation of a pos
sible head injury; and Henry Sell-
ner. 30. reported to have a orise
on the left buttock which did not
require his being held at the hos hospital.
pital. hospital. -..! v
' Enrique A. Taton, 35, employe
d as an Army driver, 'it under
obMrvation in Gorgas for pos pos-ble
ble pos-ble injuries ftr hr was truek
by the tail of a forklift truck,, a a-bout
bout a-bout 11 a.m. yesterday at Core
Tason had been gassing the fork
lift from a gas truck when th a
rear end of the lift truck swung.
The forklift driver was Kenndth,
Eastman, another Army employe.
The Panama Canal fire truck" 6-
vertumed about 3 p.m. yesterday
after it struck the rear of the A-
my bus, during a heavy rath;
Driven by Alleyne, the truck was
going downhill oU' Morris Avenue,
at Claytori, while the Army bus'.
ever. the reer ef -the bus was till
0ULon me roau, ine ii uu
parentry traveled toward the left
side of the road, and its rear
fruck the. rear of the bus.
Tl 1!.. 4..i.lr v M flu ur
tside of the road ami fett ovor a
throo foot embankment to rest
'on its top. r
' Four firemeft were on the truck
When it overturned. Alexander
West, the fourth man, was report reported
ed reported uninjured.
Onhr two people were in t h
Army bus at the time the driver
Ruprreirn. and. Pfc. Richard W
IKettell, of Hr. Battery, 65th AAA
The fire truck, from the Comv
zl Fire. Station, was en route to
Lnandlaoa fire call from building
sir. A necond truck from Corozal
xwas immediately dispatched, to
building 518. where tne are report
Despita tha juryman's affortf, th paca of the trial
remained tortoise-like today as District Attorney Francisco
Alvarado Jr. called for an extensive list of exerpts from
depositions to be read to the jury. Readings at Alvarado's
behest occupied much of yesterday's hearing, and almost
all of this morning's session. i'
Next, tha special prosecutors of Miro and of alleged
accomplice Rodolfo St. Mala con ask for whatever read readings
ings readings they may wish. Following this, the seven defense
attorneys (including Miro, who isVconducting his own
defense) have the same right. f
This portion of tha trial is expected to occupy many
m0Y hours, JoMort tha first witnesses ara called.
Last nteht, juryman. ,5ampo?; to show ioweon-
read to the court at their W
nfI,ih0med..sources sald reading
oi the testimony will take rm
another two days ?
Scheduled to follow special
C0r Abrahams, who Su
fore fhking hlS, re(3Uests J" "e "e-u5rw
u5rw "e-u5rw mornlng sessl0 closed
coStxtia?h;ht a'8rda et fay
avanif hetJjearlnK of twtimo twtimo-tion
tion twtimo-tion on-the-spot wconatwf.
"on oLthe crimp u
va raai.-lrrif Ma"i" bpeaw
US Living Cosls
Again At Hew
For 13lh Month
Late Train Will
Be Held Saturciavt
w -ii i ,A';''.,UN'tay.
ror iways uame ?
The Panama Railroad train l?p.
12, which normally departs from
Panama at 10:10 cm., will toe
held for departure at 11:00 p,fn.
Saturday night it has been an announced
nounced announced by the Railroad DM DM-sion.
sion. DM-sion. : fx
' The train will be held on that
night to accomodate those persons
desiring transforation following the
Willie Mays All Star baseball
ffame which will be played in the
Panama Olympic Stadium,
WEwORK, Oct.' U (UP) 7
Elving costs rose to a new all-time
high in September ..for, the 13th
straight month, the National In
dustrial Conference. Board report-
All' major groups except trans
portatlon showed an Increase-, -in
septemoer over August. kc
.KTha index for Seplermber stood
at 105.3 (1953 equals 100), up 0.2
per cent from August and 2.8 per
font from a year ago.
The board said the purchsing
power of the dollar in September
was 85 cents, oasea on me -ism
dollar being equal to 100 cents,
The" year-to-year decline was 24
cents. -'-.-:v m- -: -r
Tol Clerk sfyolr After 3-Second Wacemeftt clriteryiew
.- CARBONDALE,- Ilk; CUP) A
university scientist Mas criticized
the Army for assigning a "mafhe
matieal genius" to rlcrkinr duties
jmd said "it s no under we have
fallen behind in our missiles pro
gram. -i .- .;
Dr. Karl LindpgreBjVt geneticist
at Southern Illinois! University,
said the Army ignored the scien-
hlic-abi!ity of hi former assist
ant, Ernest Shult,i24. fairbury,
iu. -.. .- ; -
Shult was credited with devel
oping a new theory of genetica!
ana'ysis at SIU before he' was
rira'ted for two years of service
lan April IS, ,. .
B V S.hi-r-nn. n rm SDokS-
ir.aa is i "L i i r.tteness of
his assignment is being evaluated At Ft Lee,-Shult said today he
k. tk. Armh
U T HIE .
The spokesman said Shult was
performing administrative duties
at quartermaster school headquar
ters at IT. utt, va. v- j, ;
- "This assignment ewas made en
the basis- of his records at tht!
time of his arrival, at Ft ,.Lee,r
the Armysaid.. ; j
-- ijndegrea referred" to Shult ; as
"the most outstanding mathemat mathematical
ical mathematical genius I have encountered In
30 years of scientific Teserach. ?
"We need him very badly here
and the Army needs him worse,"
Lindegren said. "But if they are
going to waste his talent, he might
as well be back here 1 where he
caa be of use." v
after two placemest interviews
vone of which lasted about -three
- Shult said regulations prevented
his assignment to mathematical
research, despite his briliinat rec
ord, because be -does not have a
college degree. ; .' J B-.
He lacked one semester hour of
Lcredit in physical training. v-
fta me." Shalt said. "I think ev-
rytbing in regard to my assign assignment
ment assignment was. done by the-book.",
' He was asked if h thmicht (h
i w miuj i icrin IU IT
aiations,; eould be wreng, Shult
teplid:-"I'ia not allowed to ques-j
Accused Soviet Spy
Rudolf Abel Fails
To testify al Trial
NEW YORK. Oct. 24 :(tfP) Ac
cused Soviet spy Rudolf Ivanovich
Abel declined today to v take the
witness stand in. his own defense
aeainst charges that he transmit
ted to Russia vit-lijS, defease
ana atomic setreuj.
Tho .u!ir.nlii Kusainn infplti-
sence colonel preferred to let the the reruasj Of tne District Attor
case go to the jury as it was pre presented
sented presented by the government, his
court-appointed attorney, James
8, Donovan, sard,, He could be
sentenced to death.
cal map attached to a portion
of the testimony which wai be
ing read fc Alvaraao's request.
When Alvarado said "no" fcut
that he had several photographs,
Campos Teiada called the rec record
ord record oX the case "deficient."
It wa at 12:20 p.m. today
that th electrical contractor
rose, during the reading of the
secondVaiece of testimony re
quested by Special Prosecutor
Luis ;.C. sAprahams, to observe
that time, was being waste-!' The
session was Immediately recessed
for luncheon and scheduled to
resume at 3:30.
The trial was interrupted to
day for the second day in a row
when Judge de Oracla called
lawyers 'lot both the defense and
prosecution into his chamoers.
The- .conference, from which
the press. -was excluded, lasted
about ten: minutes. No. statement
was issued when the Judge and
the lawyers returned to the
most of tltf lawyers had no com comment;
ment; comment; tonmake. One, however,
volunteered that the conference
merely dealt with a matter of
pwcedurik ;;,iy '
Some, of the testimony read
yesterdasi a.nd this mornitte at
se eould eon- r.S 'W'a
'. TaTn-u viibi sjsa ,v- m
readinB of testimony which in
dlcated that cadet defendants
Jose B. Tejadaf Luis c. Hernan Hernan-dea
dea Hernan-dea and Camilo Gonzalez were
probably In the area of the Juan
Franco racetracK at the time of
However, he also requested the
reading of testimony which gave
them alibis for the hour the
President was killed on Jan. 2,
The reading of the testimony
revealed that two days after
Rsmon was assassinated Miro
approached a prominent jurist
and a psychiatrist on tne possi
bility of their accepting posts in
the cabinet of then-President
Jose Ramon Gulzado.
(Gulzado was later Impeached
and tried and convicted by the
National Assembly for complici complicity
ty complicity in the assassination).
The present Chief Justice
Angel Lope Casta and Dr. lose
Kaled testified in 1955 that
Miro had attempted to discuss
cabinet posts with them short shortly
ly shortly after the. killing, but that
they had brushed off the mat matter.
ter. matter. Another damaging piece of
testimony against Miro, which
at the District Attor
; Feeble Hero
Can'f Pay Treasury
585,000 Tax Claim
PALL MALL, Tenn. (UP)-Set
lVAnS- York, feeble and
cash-wiw ". .. ""X u,OKe.
differ, v;r:! S "&8
World W-T"? e..tnan
l: - ".iiiiaii mai won
Urn the Comrrciii.l tr-j.,
IHonor. wuai, w
against him, although it may
never die, will just fade awayy
York has no intention of payfng
..'ilTv1 JheyL want is money,"
h ybo kilIed 25 Germans
and captured 132 mom . p..
York is too feehte to fa hiiTd
gOr travel to a tax court
Should the Trpa!n-.
n?m Z iaTmi 14 v'ou,d dePnvB
him of his only means of support
jfnT $6?uau m'"h Pension and
10 a month he art rm Hjr-j.t
c a a lucudl
Donovan told reporters the de
fense would calf no witnesses, He
said he had revievecf direct and
cross-examination testimony given
Dy a score oi govemmenv witness,
es with Abel and "it was Abel's
own decision" hot to testify or to
Asst. U.S. Atty. Gen. William F.
Tompkins rested his case shortly
after noon after several-fiouowed
out objects found in Abel's hotel
room and in his Brooklyn photo
fraDhie studio were placed. in ev
idence; They included as- yellow
pencil, screws, flashlight batteries
and brass cylinders
fiMuiH Tivinp In artist whn
-1 1 4UM m..Alf. MfWk lk.l
SlJillCU U1C ,LUU1U ,11U nwC.a VIU
the mild-mannered Russian had a
reputation among bis ,, : Brooklyn
friends of being a man of honesty
and Integrity. r-V '-.,': i
The jury of nine mea and three
women will hear summations and
the judge's charge before retiring
to decide Abel s late. ,. '-.'
WASHINGTON. Oct. 24 (UPV-
The Internal Revenue Service rul
ed today, that the upkeep of a
seeing-eye cog is not deductible
as a business expense.,
The service said the mainten
ance of a seeing-eye dog "which
the individual uses daily In the
conduct of his business'' may be
deducted as a medical eost but
not as a business expense, ;-
ney gavesiome listeners the im impression
pression impression Alvarado was concen concentrating
trating concentrating tin establishing that Mi
ro is the'one ho actually pulled! scene of the crime
tha trigger on President Jose A.I Befth the defense and the
Remon. His purpose may be to' prosecution will base their
head offipossible defense moves pleas mainly on the testimony
rvcta a.ccu w uic vioti iii aLVi T
ney's request, was rendered by r"""ur winner.
Eduardo Grau who was ac-L un- we may have $25 or $30 In
quainted with both Miro and thei lj! nuse ,b,ut, that is aH,'V said
mechanic, defendant Alfonso F. s- Yo.rk- What will be, will be,"
Hyams. who has testified that he Lr"e? .York. philosophicallr.-
drove Miro to- and from the'v-.u c a. s.te.m from proceeds
Judgb Indicates $2,000,000 Case
May End In Pilots, PC Dead Heat
District- Court Judge Guthrie.' F.
Crowe hai given strong indication
that he will find for the Panama
Canal Company ln part, and for
the pilots In part, when he makes
his decision in the $2,000,000 pilots'
Crowe hinted i court yesterday
afternoon, tnat he felt that the
pilots were entitled to overtime
pay; one of the items for which
they are suing. However he stated
that be felt the Canal Company was
entitled to recoupment of any si
milar payments they had made
The day-long hearing of imai oral
arguments was concluded at 4:30
p.m.: n Jhe U.S. District court
house a Ancon, which was filled
with intrusted Canal pilots.
The Jusge also indicated that he
will render his decision in the ease
"sometime in December
Before expressing his opinion
yesterday. Crowe made the reser
ration .- I
"I ant not completJy advised on
all point! and of course, the in
dication I now have may change
before I mare my final decision.
He said today that he was in
clined, to decide that Sect 302 of
the 1949 Pay Aet.does not embrace
the pilots, and the the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Company is excluded from the
provisions of that act by Sect. 202
"Therefore I feel the pilots will
not be entitled to-have their com compensation
pensation compensation fixed and adjusted from
time to time as nearly as is con consistent
sistent consistent with nnhlii intprpst in ac
cordance with prevailing rates s!mij!;e the child's sex
i urn receiver! from a contract ha
signed for a 1941
which starred Garv Cooper The ;
government says York received
1 EA AAA J j ll
ww,uuu ana stm owff 185 000 jn
taxes. The claim was filed In 1950, V
Predetermine Ho n jS
LONDON, Oct. 24 (UP) -BW'
chemist Sherry Lewin predicted
today that within three- years V
parents- would be able to choose J
the sex of their children. "',"
He said there would be only a 10
per cent margin of error lnJtha
chemical he was developing to be
taken by a mother to nredeteY.
that act directs.
Experiments with human geed
The Judge stated that the Act,'reaay anave maieaiea suca v a
specifically excluded pilots from system, it trjed now, would be
being included, but that under :lr cent effecUve, he said.f
Sect. 203 of the 1945 Pay Act they He hopes to develops lnv
would be entitled to Overtime. proved chemical preparatio by
The pilots, over 100 of them, re-1 1960. '.-.j- 4
presented by Robert P. Boyd, are
seeking to recover overtime, holi
day, travel pay and other compen
sation they claim is due them since
July 1, 1951, in the total amount
William S. Tyson, Washington
attorney who joints local lawyer,
Charles Ramires as the pilots at
torneys, completed nil presenta
tion of the final oral arguments
yesterday shortly brfcre noon.
Two Canal lawyers, David atari
kun and Dwight McKabney pre
sented the Canal a case.
No Cause Found
But Effect Felt .
SOUTH SHIELDS, England, Oct,"
24 (UP) A juvenile court here re cently
sent a 16-year-old- boy to a
psychiatrist in an effort U find
out what made him steal ti tt ,.
from a purse. The boy was (Meg -in
court yesterday, charged with
stealing $2.80 troas toa 4rsxsua
trist, .. - r
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' PANTS, CONT,
Tl I Mke the way BHS and CHS Teenagers dress. Their parents
On t snow now dangerous meir uujetuuns w tco.6.io,
W mejind to themselves 4U i
H 1 "if the Teenaseis are comfortable the way they dress, let
'' them' keep on dressing that way. After all, the climate Is against
" taenvll meir ciosnes are ugni enuugii iu wn i'fi' i'fi'-tionfrom
tionfrom i'fi'-tionfrom oozin; out of their skin., They can even attend church
Id their favorite dress style. ("Render your heart but not your
2 1 would raise hell If they decided to dress like people. I
' get a kick out of looking at them whenever I pass" through their
communities. It's a privilege my government can't deprive me of.
iA a bov I liked to stop on my way to school In Red Tank to
. Bsten to the "Pparrow Boys" sing calypsos. They wore their
t'rts just as the Teenagers wear theirs now, but their pants
tercaiways neat despite the fact that they did no work to earn
yer local-rate salaries. If I remember rightly they sang about
liwnthy and "cocoa tea," about cigarette rationing and some some-tjijr.f;
tjijr.f; some-tjijr.f; about a well-dressed woman.
b The tight jeans just give me the idea of a perennial carni carni-tfeXnd
tfeXnd carni-tfeXnd I love carnivals. Please don't suffer mtf to live to the
fhi of my day, without seeing our Bella Vista Teenagers dress
tnr the same way. 1'
i:!Lii Th Tecnakers' Parents have more to gain than they re
fiizr when their cnildren dress that way. At least it gives them
! eond hftrfeaimne Dosition with respect to wage increases. The
ldtimers talk of a former chief quartermaster who could not
ftv? the local raters a raise in pay "because their families dress
too well to Indicate they don't live in luxury." Therefore all to today's
day's today's parents have to do to get a 20 per cent iricrease is to show
tUft, authorities now meir Teenagers aress.
sOnce again I advise the Teenagers to -keep on dressing as
ttv do. Thev live in a free territory. There is no law here to
Breent either adults or minors from -voluntarily offering them
elves to the public as objects of ridicule. And will the Teen Teenagers
agers Teenagers nromlse never to look in the mirror? I understand some
mirrors are not accurate these days.
" Please, Please
Who do these Levi Dolls and Judes think they are, telling
the well-dressed girs of Cristobal High School how to, dress?. If
flything, we CHS girls should be telling them e, few facts about
Some CHS girls wear their pants tight, but not skin-tight
like the BHS levis. Other pirls wear them sort of loose, but there
Isn't anything wrong with that. Since when have toreador pants
BJiii pedal pushers become r.iore revealing than BHS's tight, vul vulgar
gar vulgar levis? Decent shorts are better looking than the things they
wear over there.
, JJ If we were to give a tjpical example of a BHS girl it would
gen something like this: skin-tight levis, ducktall haircut, shirts
wHJh collars up, nnd a cigarette stuck in the mouth. Wake up,
SjJS girls. The boys will like you better if you act like girls in instead
stead instead of boys.
2 BHS girls may think it smart to dress in the vulgar way they
aSr and to smoke and to orink, but the boys would respect them
iwsre if they did not do these things. The boys may not admit
lut they always prefer a feminine girl to a vulgar one.
We are not signing our names because this letter is from
True CHS Girls
By VICTOR RIESEt
Fear of a 25-year prison term
would hang heavy on the features
of any ordinary men. But this is
no ordinary man we write ol
it is Jimmie Hofla and he smiied
m tne austere quieiuae oi juuge
W. B. Herlands' Federal Court
Room in New York, last week.
True, Hoffa smiled only once dur during
ing during the morning. That came wnen
his learned counsel, Sol Gelb, held
up a magazine piece entitled f How
To Steal A Union."
A visitor form "Sputnik," hear
ing lawyer UeiD. would nave
thought that gentle old Sam Gom Gom-pers
pers Gom-pers was oif the docket pleading
innocent to five charges of per
jury. It is sigmlicant that Hofia's
lawyer denounced the press, the
Senate racket-busting committee
and the Justice Dept. as conspi
rators attempting to drive Hoifa
from the labor movement as an
"Outlaw," and an "evil man," and
a sinister creature.
Hoffa did not smila than. Nor
did h stop chawing gum whon
his Uwytr, spoaking of Hoffa'i
relationship with extortionist
Johnny Dio, now en trial in a
-iwarby court-room, spoko otf
Dio-Dioguardi as only an "alleg "alleged
ed "alleged notorious g ngster."
There was not, nor has there
been, any effort by Hoffa or his
counselors to disassociate -him
from Dioguardi, now synonymous
with diablerie. There was only the
defense's outraged cries that the
country is so hostile to this man
that actually he should never be
tried. There was only the expensive
eloquence of the defense attorney
that all forces of government and
the community are in hot pur pursuit"
suit" pursuit" of Hoffa, seeking to isolate
and destroy him.
It is difficult to see Hoffa as the
aggrieved one. It is not difficult
to see him as the isolated one.'
It is the nature of Hofla that his
bravado will not permit him to
see his barony abandoned. He still
believes that the national high
command of labor will not oust
him; that there wiil be many to
speak up for him and his union.
' V T ?
y DRIW PIARfON
Walter Wmchell In Wew York
We Pacific-sidcrs i;sed to wear loose levis too but we changed
stvle. just as the Atlantic aiders must change styles. We have
aL'flumher of elrls from Cristobal 'over her, and now they all
1wear tight levis. go don't let any CHS girls tell you that if they
moved over he-re tney. would not peg their levis.
' Furthermore, If we knew who are smart Atlantic siders were
Kho called us tramps we'd beat the hell out of them, why don't
people stop writing the Mall Box about us Teenagers? It's get
ng boring heaiing the same thing night after night.
k Disgusted Teenagers
J' What's all this hogwash about levis and pants? If the Teen Teen--
- Teen-- igeis and their pnrents don't care how they dress, why should
. Anyone else? It just goes to show us how the Teenagers will
terras when they grow up. They will be wearing nothing but a
: u-string and a brassiere, and the parents won't care and nei neither
ther neither will today's Teenagers and their Teenage children. When
these children grow up they will be roaming the streets in the
nude. Look out, Mrs. Zilch, you'll be shocked stiff.
1 As far as i am concerned they can dress as they please so
' long as thty don't tell me how to dress. The way things look in
the East none ol us will have to dress any more soon, so why
yorry about it?
HOW PICASSO DOES IT
Among' the new films talked about in your movie columns
is "The Mystery of Fica,so which is said to "demonstrate how
the winter turrs cut his classic doodles."
The magazines have been predicting its arrival in New York.
Winchell calls it "an interesting documentary."
Would the Canal Zone Art League please see to it that this
,ilm is booked in Canal theaters? And would this group please
flag the rest of us ahead of time so we can know when to catch
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Hoffa's aidas have baan tele telephoning
phoning telephoning many powan'ul union
chiefs, asking where they stand
and whether they will out of the :
AFL-CIO with the Teamsters. I
am not privy to what Hoffa'
people have been told.
But it can be reported that all
the national labor chiefs have been
polled just as quietly by the forces
led by George Meany. On the basis
of these talks, it can be reported
that there will not be a single vote
inside the AFL-CIO Executive
Council against the suspension of
the Teamsters Union on the morn morning
ing morning of Oct. 24. There may be an
abstention or two. But at least
25 of the 29 members will back
There is a Teamster propaganda
ministry, headed by men far
more debonair and suave than Hof
fa. This ministry has been saying
that even if the high council of
labor suspends the Teamsters
George Meany will not be able to
get a two thirds vote of the de
legates to the national AFL-CIO
convention opening in Atlantic City
o Dec. 5. That two-thirds vote,
on roll call, is required for the
final ouster of any union from the
The Teamster propaganda minis
try must be shispered into a long,
empty hall and its echoes are re returning.
turning. returning. It can be reported that a poll
of the unions which might U ve
been expected to vote against fi final
nal final ouster of theToamsters re re-veals
veals re-veals that there will not be a
single imoprtant vote for retain,
Finally, the Hoffa contingents are
saying that if the Teamsters are
ousted, other unions will en with
them. There seemed to be some
validity to this impression a month
or two ago. Now a Doll of the
unions shows that not 1 union wiil
One of these unions which had
been expected to hack th Tpm.
sters is the Operating Engineers.
When querieeLa sookesm an for
the Engineers said, Ridiculous.
We're not leaving the AFL-CIO."
At tnis moment, the Bakers U U-nion
nion U-nion is distributing a letter to all
its members saying that, "Our u u-nion
nion u-nion will not leave the AFL-CIO"
Those who have spoken to the
Carpenters and other construction
and building unrans, report similar
support for the ouster.
There's no gay abandon over a
break with Ho'fa's sprtinn nf h.
Teamsters. But in a showdonw
Hoffa will walk alone leaving be behind
hind behind him parts of his own union.
Obviously the government is not
the only one in "hot pursuit" of
I LITTLE I-IX
It's o neat trick if you can make
a little money first and then moke
it lost ene
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Jl-41 Jnate Areeemena
Waltar Duranty, who was one
of the titans among foreign corre correspondents,
spondents, correspondents, has passed. He gained
world renown while covering .Rus .Russia
sia .Russia and was crowned with a Pu Pulitzer
litzer Pulitzer Prize. .Duranty once de
scribed his job as 'witnessing the
peep show of history." When
months of good weather,, helped
Russia s Five Year Plan, he sar sardonically
donically sardonically quipped: "God' seems to
be on the side of the atheists".
. .He had a superior reporter's a a-biiity
biiity a-biiity to spot significant details as
well as a poet's eloquence, Duran Duranty
ty Duranty once described the Russian
crown jewels: "An Arabian Nights'
vision of the Romanoff treasure
the Imperial crown jewels of Rus
sia diamonds big as walnuts,
rubies bright blooded emeralds, vi vivid
vid vivid ereen. large as pigeon's eggs.
pearls like nuts set in Jfow after
perfectly4 matched roWTlatinum,
gold and flashing diamonds snim
mering like running water with
rainbow colors of a fountain in the
Incidentally, wherf. G u n t h e r
wrote his "Inside Eurone." he ti
tied the chapter on Russia: "Du-
Queen Elizabeth's visit to the li linked
nked linked States inspired the customa customary
ry customary social hoopla. Her Majesty's so social
cial social obligations would stagger most
women and men. She is a hostess
in the heroic tradition. Queen Eli Elizabeth
zabeth Elizabeth entertains over 30,000
guests annually. .The Queen has
many privireges and is gifted with
distinction. Traditionally, the
Queen is entitled to the tail of any
whale caught on the English
coasts. She can use the material
in the boning of her corsets. That
is, of course, if she needs it.
Ann Blyth in "The Helen Mor Morgan
gan Morgan Story" is portraying a per performer
former performer who reached the radiant
heights and also tasted the ashes
of despair. Miss Blyth is no stran stranger
ger stranger to despair. .Several years a a-go,
go, a-go, when her career began zoom zooming,
ing, zooming, she was hurled from a sled
while tobogganing and her back
was broken. Months of hospitaliza hospitalization
tion hospitalization followed. For more than a
year she was tortured by braces
and wondered whether she could
ever walk again. Of course, there
was a happy ending. She recover recovered,
ed, recovered, resumed her career and gain
ed much deserved happiness both
personally and professionally. Ann
iBlyth is now a successful actress.
a happy wife and mother and
she wants more children, At least
ten, she says.
Her groom is a medico.. The
star has described their courtship:
'I never knew whether he was
going to kiss me or take my
Pat O Brian, who scaled Holly
wood's golden mountains, returned
to Broadway's neon pinnacles and
collected personal raves for his
oerformance in "Mis Lonely-
hearts." O'Brien's springboard to
Hollywood was the consequence tf
a fateful whim. .A quarter-cen
tury ago, movie director Lewie
Milestone was holidaying in
York before starting work on the
film version of "The Front Page."
A friend promised te leave a tick
t for Milestone at "The Green
Pastures" box-ofitice. When ha ar arrived
rived arrived at the theatre, there was no
ticket. So he went across the
street to witness another show.
The cast Incluc'ud Pat O'B r i a n.
Result: The role of Hildy Johnson
in "The Front Page" rnd Movie,
The story has come Ml circle.
O'Brien is now back in a Broad Broadway
way Broadway show portraying a newspaperman.
Kay Kendall got everything an
actress can ask for by not want wanting
ing wanting it. Her periormance in "Les
Girls" has elevated her to star stardom.
dom. stardom. However, she didn't want
the role. In order to discourage
the Hollywood offers she demand demanded
ed demanded a fantastic salary as weU-'is a'
chauffeured limousine: Her de
mands were granted. Now the; stu studio
dio studio is pleading with her to do aft aft-other
other aft-other Hollywood movie. Miss Ken Kendall,
dall, Kendall, playing it cool, is staying in
New York with hubby Rex Harri Harrison
son Harrison and playing it cool, is staying
in New York with hobby Rex Har Harrison
rison Harrison and plans going to London
to appear on the stage. .She is
quite an unusual dell. In inter interviews
views interviews she disparages her ability
as an actress.
John Wayne is once again mak making
ing making the box-office safe for Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood in "Jet Pilot." Wayne dis dispenses
penses dispenses with Tall Forehead expla explanations
nations explanations of his acting skill. He de declares:
clares: declares: "I don't act. I react. T got
nothin' to sell but sincerity and
I've been sellin' it like blazes
ever Since I started". .When-
asked to explain the success of
his flickers, Wayne casually '"'Ob '"'Observed:
served: '"'Observed: "Everybody loves a he hero."
It requires only a few hours for
a show's premiere and the lifa-or-death
verdict from crtici. Mv Mv-erthefost,
erthefost, Mv-erthefost, many years go into
those critical hours. ."The East
Side Story," a major click, began
as an idea in the mind of Jerome
Robbins, who directed the hit. The
span between the idua and the
reality was hardly a wink. It re
quired 9 years : for Robbins to
shape the Idea Into the image" of
. .All of which he, denied with a
poker face. .Time recently de debunked
bunked debunked him with: "A close Rock Rockefeller
efeller Rockefeller associate quotes Faubus as
saying: 'I'm sorry, but I'm alrea already
dy already committed. I'm going to run a
third term, and if I don't do this
(call out the Nat'l Guard) Jim
Johnson and Bruce Bennett (seg (segregationists,
regationists, (segregationists, who are his probable
opponents for Governor next year)
will tear me to shreds.'
Suzy Parker, the glama gal, is
getting a queen-size buildup. Look
mag, for example, quoins her: "I
spend all my money. .I'd rather do
this tham invest- it and lose it. I
rfi'use to worry about the future."
Oh,-well, money isn't important.
It's only 'something millionaires
don't tvsed. As the man has often
quoted: "Savo your money. Some
day it will save you."
Pe dfo "Meeting Satevepost- inter
view wun uarK uaDie i"ciuaes
Martin's comment: I once tow
my editor, 'I've got an idea. Why
don't you insert a notice that Ive
been fired in the motion picture
trade publications as well as tne
weekly Variety; then send me out
to Hollywood and let me find out
how many people will still he my
friends and let me into their
houses and studios? It would mKe
an interesting personal-experience
story'. .Nothing, came of the i-
dea. Mv editor saia, i woman i uu
that in von That's a. criSlv notion,
You're the sentimental type, n
would kill you. You'd snnvei ana
Gable remarked: ri'm. giaa you
didn't try it. It could have been
brutal." The moral of the- story?
nviinao hw more friends than
DeoDle. Moreover, ycu ca
The' western world is being
haunted bv certain ominous sim
ilarities between Khrushchev's tac
tics fa 1957 and Hitler's tactics in
1937. ";. -vs-
v It "was in:i937-38 that Hitler start
ed taking ; over Austria 'and large
hunks oi Czechoslavia purely by
psycnoiogicai wanare ,s
He did it by exhibiting the might
of the Nazi Army by? showing
foreign diplomats motion pictures
of Germasy.'s military might, and
Czechoslovakia. He didn't have to
fire a single Bhot. 1 -
Today, 20 years Iatejv awe of
tne Sttussian amazement
over the Sputnik. dIus savage warn'
ings from the-Kremlin' are doing"
tne same tning lor Khrushchev
tne past week, the A rab
world, much of it previously .pro-
west, has started "swinging into
tne soviet ormt,; Here are uhe
Swing No. 1 President Chamoun
of Lebanon,; hitherto a ; stanch
friend of thevUnited States and so
friend of Syria,, now is backing
Syria and wants to renounce the
Eisenhower Doctrine. This rever.
sal came about one week after
Khrushchev launched his -Sputnik
and 48 hours after Khrushchev.
growling viciously at Turkey; warn
ed that Turkey would not stay a-
uve more man a noura in case
of war, 1
Lebanon leaders, listening to
Khrushchev, knew that If the Red
Army once .obliterated Turkey ) it
would sweet) fen down into 'the
Arab world. So they jumped to get
on the right side of the fence.1
Swing No. 2 Simultaneous with
Lebanon's right-about-lace, King
Saud made a statement which just
about tore UO the Eisenhower Dor.
trine, baud had been wined and
dined by Eisenhower, receives his
total income from American nil
Companies, has no reason to love
nussia. Yet he lined up with Sv
na, a country which is "becoming
dunusi wncuiy aeepndent on the
Swing No. 3 Colonel Nasser has
recently been making noises about
a friendlier Egyptian policy toward
tne united states. But one week
after the a'unching of Sputnik and
70 hours after Khrushchev unions-
ed his savege verbal blast against'
luiKey, masser landed troops in
Syria to support Syria against
All this fits into a pattern a
pattern all too similar to that
which Hitler used to terrorize cen central
tral central Europe shortly before t the
start of World War J I.
Last month, Allen' Dulles,: head
of .Central Intelligence, whose job
it is to know wfiat's going on Inside
Russia, stated publicly that' there
was ferment' insid? Itussia and that
Khrushchev seemed to be in trou trou-b'e.
b'e. trou-b'e. He expected another political
Other advice I picked up in
Europe and the Near East-bear
tnis out. Khrushchev not onlv has
him, but the bureaucrats, Further-
more, his much-baiiyhooed iarm
program isn't clicking. Reports ou'
crop failures are staggering.-
A dictator of Khrushchev's cali-'J
ber, especially one who drinks 21
Martinissbefore dinner, is capable,;
of doing desperate,, dangeroua ;
things it he becomes overconfi-
dent, or if he. is pushed to the"
wall. - f -I
Russian scientific 'advances Ob!,
vibusly have made Khrushchev.
cocky. The political ""Situation : at
home might' make' him desperateV1?
I don't like to be a pessimist.-
dui wnere ine ruiure or me iree v
world is concerned,; it's: much bet.-'
ter to be ready than late.
SIPPING IN A CELLAR 'i
FBI chief J.' Edgar Hoover wai"7
relaxing with Vice President Nixon
and Gen. Nathan Twining", the1
Joint Chiefs Chairman, the other
day in the basement of Tom Webb,"
Washington representative1" s of
Texas oil millionaire Clint Murchi Murchi-son.
son. Murchi-son. ' t -t V5.&'
s Suddenly the voice of Arkansas?
Gov. Orval Faubus blared over the-"
radio and launched into a scathing"?
attack 1 on Hover. 1
The G man squirmed in his"
chair then flushed as FauHus's
voice assailed him as a "Gestapo"
chief, i 1 v ;
Nixon and Twining were ohucktV;
ing at Hoover'a discomfort when .'
the radio voice lit into Nixon, who
had befriended the Negroes during-,
the civil right debate-.
Twining was still grinning -whertt
he, too, came under attack. Ha
was singled out as the nation'ti?
top military man, technically in
command of Federal troops in LiW
Finally,, the -voice, lashed.
gain at Hoover.
"I'll bet," tne -radi
'that Hoover is gett-ng
some cellar richl -jiow.'
The three dignitaries. who had
been sipping cocktails in- Webb's,,
basement, looked startled. Then
thev caueht on. to the oraetical
joke. 'The "broadcast" had been,,
faked at Webb's instigation by
Gordon Mcuedon Texas ; jradiOi
executive, iwho did a perfect jmfc
lauon oi uoveruur T auous.
o boomed,,' I
drunk Jin I
The State Department issued k,t
Banner and the Queen's Anthem'
r.' mi. In.. i... .j-'!"
ILroa save me rung; Dy ouiuom;
bandS...The White House had "n
comment on a London newspa-
per query about how the EisenhO -wers,
would address, their royal
guests diring their minds-..,. Thfe-
State Department ipped, Thar"
woum noi De any corny, u"-prq-
tocolish ad Jibbing by member'-,
ef Congress as in 1939 when for-
mer Congressman Jat carton of,.
Texas loudly greeted the r Kingj
parests) M ''cousirts..;.Anothe'Ti
mirthful momorv of the 1939 recent t i
tion was the show put on"b thet II
late Rep. Sol Bfoom of New Ybrk i
who erected the Roval visitors via.
ton hat and morning clothes while t
an assistant trailed behind- Bloomy
the old Kremlin leaders against carrying the latter's cane;
mnct nf vnur friends, so long
you never test their friendship.
What motivates A pugilist? Mon
ey? Certainly. Fame Of course.
JBut there are other factors, too.
Take Carmen Basilio, tne new
middleweight king. He is driven
by pride. .Several years ago, a
haymaker caused Basilio's knees
to buckle during a fight. Later he
was asked why he didn't take a
count. Basilio explained: "Why as
anyone in the ring."
On a recent network interview
Gov. Faubus tut-tulted the rumor
that he stole the national spotlight
for political reasons. That he want wanted
ed wanted to be the first man elected Gov Governor
ernor Governor 3 times in Arkansas, etc.- .
That .his popularitv dived because
he raised taxes. That he needed a
New gimmick to win back the. voters.
t aritnwke Jualer lacycfepeJie
Bamboo is the largest mem member
ber member of the family of grasses,
though most people think of It
as a bush or tree. It has been
known to grow 18 inches in a
single day and reach a height
of 120 feet. In Ceylon, bamboo
spreads so rapidly that within
a month roads through a
growth of it can completely
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;? tiVrh' .THE PAKAMA AMERICAN -UN : INDEPENDENT DAILY
f rou ggs ; r rom US
Flown In To Sfock RP Streams
.... ..... u.
Rainhnur trout eCSf to 1 full
count of 50,000 were flown from
" AlHrnnlr Air Fnrre Rase yesterday
' tn arwlr Piniml jttTeimS ill the
Province of ChinquL
' The eggs were a present from
, the United State Fish and .Wild
' Life Service. They had been flown
to Albrook earlier In the day from
' Charleston, S. C, by the Military
Air Transport Service. 4
This is the fourth such shipment
of trout eggs to arrive for Panama,
the first having come down about
32 years ago after Hoods had de de-"
" de-" pleted the fish fauna in the streams
of the CMriqui mountains. ,
On several othei occasions
' tempts have been made-to stock
the streams. .7 Vm
v At Albrook yesterday, U. S. Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador Julian F. Harrington, who
was instrumental in obtaining the
eggs, addressed brief remarks to
Minister of Agriculture, Commerce
and Industry Victor Navas.
Also on hand were Secretary of
' Commerce and Industries Antonio
B. Moscoso B.,i and Stanley ;haw
' de la Ossa, director pf the Pana Panama's
ma's Panama's tourist Office.. -:,'if
Harrington asked Minister Na Na-va
va Na-va to accept on behalf of his
evernment "this token; from
tri United States as symbol
f ur enduring friendship end
genuine Interest In the welfare ef
the people of Panama.''
, .The Ambassador recalled that a a-bout
bout a-bout a year ago Dr Carlos N. Brin
' eaUed his attention to the current
' need lor restocking the streams
? and this shipment came about as
the result, "r'tivy;.;'"'
After the! Caribbean Air ; Com Com-tnand
tnand Com-tnand plane pUoted from Albrook
by Capt. WilUam Hughes arrived
' in David. Point 4 and SICAP trans trans-ported
ported trans-ported the eggs to a hatchery prov-
fded by Louis Marttat. .!' t
i When the fry are ready Mar Mar-,
, Mar-, tins, in eeoperatlen with ocal
Panamanian officials, will dlstrk
( but them In the streams tf the
r Interior. '
- At David there was a brief cere cere-mony
mony cere-mony in which Orion J. Libert,
' head of the American Embassy s
Economic Section representing; the
Ambassador, made the official
, presentation to Governor Nicolas
SOthers making the trip to David
Included Martlnz, Robert A. MaT
' ruit n ths nivisinn of Agri-
: culture and Natural Resources for
Point A, and- George w. aum'
; the Embassy ruDnc wain vr
The--complete text of the re remark
mark remark made by I Ambassador Har Harrington
rington Harrington follow: ; .
' About one year ago when I was
' tisiting at Cerro Punta. Dri Carlos
K. Brin, called my attention to the
' need for restocking the rivers of
Chlriqul with rainbow trout, and
mentioned that three timet prev previously
iously previously rainbow trout eggs had been
sent to Panama successiuuy dj iuc
pHttlon of the Inter-A m e r I c a
"Thii nrnipf-t and our meetine
hr and a mpotinff in he held later
today with officials in Chiriqui ex exemplify
emplify exemplify that spirit of friendly co cooperation
operation cooperation that characterizes rela relations
tions relations between Panama and the U U-nited
nited U-nited States. ."
- Tn Tpsnonse to Ambassador Har
rington's speech, Minister Navas
"T hava lictnirl with prpat emo-
Edman, tion to the eloquent phrases you
nave used in maKing uus ceremo ceremony
ny ceremony motifs to make more patent
the good understanding and the
true frienasmp tnai exists Deiwcen
our two nations.
"I am pleamd to be, on this oc occasion,
casion, occasion, the vehicle through which
the government and people of
Panama, express to vour govern govern-ment
ment govern-ment and people 'our affection
and friendship, v tf m
"Mr 'AmhassBdof. niBaje accept
Fish and Wild Life Service of the our thanks for the -valuable a gift
L '-F J
Iff U lv-SP
. ;. .. .
. VICTOR NAVAS, Minister of Agriculture, Commerce' and In Industry,
dustry, Industry, reads his brief sptech. after receiving, on behalf of the
Government of Panama, 50,000 rainbow trout eggs presented
a few minutes earlier by Julian Fiske Harrington, Ambassa Ambassador
dor Ambassador of the United States to Panama. Looking on are Stanley
Shsw de la Ossa, director of the Office of Tourism; Ricardo
Cucalon, deputy director of protocol of the Foreign Office,
i i uu saw
United States, Department of In
terior, , v 1 t :
"About 12. years ago it was Dr
m H tn- nnr poiintrv
TTiohwav. ai vou have 10 riflht'
John Glover Souths at that time Iv 'said, the advancements i in the
vuuu ayrw .wwi 1-
namawhofirst brought the famed
rainbow trout of my couniry to. me
sparkling waters of tne enmqui
' "Seven' years later, former Min
1lir Rey Tasee Davis, a great
friend of Panama,was Instru
mental in bringing In another
T- tMnirtr lasn thrmiffh the
initiative of Ambassador "Monnett
. n.via a third ahinment of 50.000
trout cbbs was made available.
When the third shipment was de-
Bvered in 1950,, it was my good
' friend Dr. Brin who was serving as
Foreign Minister of .the Republic
of Panama ana wno accepiea uc
trout eggs on benait ottne epuu
' "Trout eggs are .delicate. To be
'Shipped successfully tney musi oe
kept at a proper ana cousum icm
....hiu fn vitcr that ii nrooer
ffaerated. For this successful ship
ment we are indebted first or au
td the Fish and Wild Life Service.
xtttt withnnt th pnnnerition of the
Utited States Air Force, the ship
ment,,, could not nave Deen.maae.
f There is a third and equally in indispensable
dispensable indispensable link in this; chain 'of
cooperation wmcn is oemg suppu suppu-ed
ed suppu-ed by your well known and proges proges-sivacompatriot,"
sivacompatriot," proges-sivacompatriot," Louis 5, Martini,
who is supplying the needed facili
ties lor natenmg me eggs, cirm
tnr thm rv and .subseouenthr dis
tributing the fingerlings in coopera-
with local representatives
government u "v
"I should also like to express ap appreciation
preciation appreciation to Point 4 and SICAP
for- making arrangements ,r to re receive
ceive receive this shipment at David and
transport h to the hatchery.
"I am extremely pleased te
;- have bed a rele m this endeever
' of potential value in attracting
tewricts te Chlriqul, particularly
in relation te rho Imminent com
Give" Yccal RHal
Concert pianist Mri. Lucille
Ford, will accompany Miss Myr Myrtle
tle Myrtle Green in her vocal recital at
Paraiso theater next Sunday
instead of Hugh Adams, as ori originally
ginally originally announced, v
: This la Miss Green's second
recital within the last ten years,
and she will be sponsored by the
-Choir Guild of St Peter's church
in La Boca, of which she la one
of the leading soprano and
For the coming concert, which.
wi.I res'.n at 3 pjn, miss Green
will be heard in a prceTarn of
classical numbers. C-ilbfrto Pe Pe-rtz,
rtz, Pe-rtz, viclinist, will contribute.
field of communications, and oth
er advancements, have made th
union of the family of American
nations more solid; but above all,
we will be united together more by
the feeling, the mutual trust, and
the common desire to obtain,
through our conduct as individuals,
- rr -- 1 1 a : t 1
as omciaig ana as jiauuns, uie wei-
fare, not only of our own country, I to have his cake and eat it too
K,tf that nt tho noiohimr s. tioii PAU he had to do was to lav
.wv J w ...
hut that nf thA npiithlinr an upll
This gesture of your Government,
which we highly appreciate, is an what his partner played Hold
i- hi. h. 4-Via l.ln(T nf nlllhs TTdsr. umilll
example of this spirit."
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Opening lead A
T am lnriehteH tn Df J. S.
Flynn of Ventura, Calif., for to
Dr. Flynn was declarer at four
spades. West opened the ace of
diamonds and continued with
the five of hearts.
T)r Flvnn breathed n sleh Of
relief and won East's queen with
his ace. He laid down his ace of
spades and played a spado to.
dummy's king. When the queen
dropped Dr. Flynn claimed tne
balance of the tricks.- -7f:
Tt was nolnted out that It west
had played the ace of clubs at
trick two East would have set ven
him a venement signal wnere wnere-upon
upon wnere-upon West could have played a
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whereupon West would have ruf
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I west contended that the ftce
Of clubs lead would have been a
double dummy play and tnat nis
partner was'just as likely to ho!d
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is reasonably correct but his
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Mertb Arias, Wiftf
Feted In Washington
3y HP Ex-Presidenf
WASHINGTON, Oct. 24 (UP)
Panamanian Ambassador Ri Ricardo
cardo Ricardo Arias a?ave a party last
night in honor of Panama's
Ambassador to London. Roir Roir-to
to Roir-to Arias, and his wife, the cele celebrated
brated celebrated prima ballerina. Dame
The envoy to Britain came
here to be with his wife who
is touring the United States
with the world famous Royal
Althoueh the two ambassa
dors, are not related, Ricarflo
Anas appointed nis namesarie
to Britain- when he was presi president
dent president two years ago.
Numerous Latin American
Ambassadors and state depart department
ment department officials as well as well-
known figures from the music
world attended the recentioh
at the Panamanian Embassy
Roberto Arias drew lauehter
when he told p-uests that "bal
lerinas and horses really are
very much. alike."
In a humorous referpnee o
's three' years, of marriage to
Margot Fohteyn, he continued
"Xes, ballerinas, like horses
have to eat professionally, they
always have very delicate leg
troubles. And if you've ever
noticed, artists who paint bal
lerinas well also paint horses
REDS IN BRITAIN
LONDON (UP) Ameflcan-edu-cated
Dr. Chi Chao-Ting, head of
the iirst Red Chinese Trade Mis Mission
sion Mission to visit Britain, said today in industry
dustry industry behind the Bamboo Curtain
has boomed since 1952 despite the
West's partial embargo on Chinese
goods. Chi admitted, however, that
"our trade has not been normal normalized
ized normalized because of the strategic list,
ow this has been shortened and
we hope to see what can be done
to step up our imports."
SCHWEITZER VIEWS FILM
COLMAR, Frasce (UP) Dr. Al Albert
bert Albert Schweitzer, 83-yearold Nobel
Peace Prize winner, attended a
preview showing of a full-length
fi'm about himself last night:
The. film, entitled simply "Albert
Schweitzer", took six years to
make. It recounts the life and
work of the Alsatian Protestant
who won distinction as a musician,
philosopher, doctor and missionary.
sAll he had to do was to
down the ace Of clubs arid
ino- thi vine nf rlubs East would
play high; not holding the king
of clubs East wouia piay low.
In that latter case We3t could
. 4 Via Viaarf nlnv TTp WOlllH
have found out conclusively that
his partner did not hold the club
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Mrs. Rockman to the terminal. .
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TOASTMASTERS' PREXY Mr. J. M. McNamara, newly elected president of the Isthmian
Toastmasters Club (right) acepts the gavel from the outgoing president, E. M. Saunders. Mrs.
Saunders and Mrs. McNamara are shown with their husbands. The Saunders are leaving lor
new assignment at Port Hueneme, California
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wii- s iktM.; :; Mr LmJJLJLmJk s
BATEA PAINTING CLASS Arthur Mokray Is shown conducting a class in batea painting at the USO-JWB.
Arthur Mokray will be opened at 6:30 this evening.
An exhibition of
FORMAL TEA GIVEN BY OFFICERS' WIVES CLUBS
HONORS MRS. ROBERT MONTAGUE, MRS. LOUIS HIGHTOWER
The Fort Gulick and Fort Davis Officers' Wives held a formal tea on Thursday after afternoon
noon afternoon at the Fort Gulick Officers Open Mess in honor of Mrs. Montague, wife of Lt. Gen General
eral General Robert M. Montague, and Mrs. High tower, wife of Brig. Genera Louis v. Higntower.
Amid decorations of orchids, the tea tables were lavishly set with exquisite silver services,
pollera and montuno dressed dolls, and beautifully decorated delicacies. Background musio
was furnished by Mr. Archibold on the organ. ...
Orchid corsages were presented to the ladies in the receiving line: Mrs. Montague, Mrs.
Hightower, Mrs. Gines Perez, honorary president of the Fort Gulick Club, Mrs. Alvie Mc Mc-Duff,
Duff, Mc-Duff, honorary president of the Fort Davis Club, Mrs. Raymond Wilson, r -p- dent of the
Fort Gulick Club, and Mrs. Samuel Anderson, president of the Fort Davis Club.
man Rrnnn Fispn and Miss RicciiWeise. Oto FetLeuiin, Arthur Dod
of Chile as guests of Mrs. Gines son, Senora Elena Lyons guests
Perez: Mesdames Walter Killalae, of Mrs. Robert Evans; Mrs. thorn
.Tr Walter Killalap. Sr.. John Wil- as Butler, Jr., and Mrs. Lino ban
kerson, Virgin Messmer, Thomas
Barfield guests of Mrs. McOuff;
The guests, besides Mrs. Monta Monta-gue
gue Monta-gue and Mrs. Hightower, included
Mesdames Alessadro Z e r e g a,
James E. Whitener, Emo Everson,
George Smith, C. B. McMath, Jo
se Maria Gonzalez, Carmela Albe
rola, Charles Perret, E.I.P. Tatel-Mesdames John Gorin, Robert
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Liner; Mrs. Lora Coley guest of
Mrs. John McCaffrey; Mesdames
Fernando Perez, James Ford, and
Jack Joiner guests of Mrs. i T
Da vila; Mrs. L. P. Marsh and
Mrs. Roy Barber guest of Mrs.
R. Wilson; Mesdames B. Slaugh Slaughter,
ter, Slaughter, Larry Hoimberg, R. M. BlaKe-
ley guests of Miss Andrea Kowell;
Mrs. Clive Lewis guest ot Mrs.
Raymond Patricio; Mrs. James
Bums guest ol Mrs. Paul OMeiii;
Mrs. Nolan guest of Mrs. Robert
Valverde; Mesdames JohnJtmun,
A. Gomez, Stephen Noyes, Robert
uarrett, rurton LesovsKi, K. t.
Carpenter, Acevedo, Baker of Ar Argentina,
gentina, Argentina, and Senora G. Meyohas
guests of the Fort Gulick Ciub.
The committee Who arranged the
lovely tea ,for approximately 120
ladies consisted o. Mesdames Ar
thur G. May, chairman Robert Ev
ens, Doy Carr, Robert Townsend,
Harold Jones, Jay V. Russell, Jes
se tnese, Robert valverde, and
Arthur Sherman. Serving at the
tea, coffee, and punch tables were
members of the board and the of officers
ficers officers of the respective clubs.
Dane On Saturday
Final plans have been laid fori
the Dungaree and Gingham' t)ance
sponsored by Abou Saad Temple
ana open 10 ail onnnerg ami men
Masonic friends, according to W.
F. Rei Potentate. The dance is
to be held at the Ancon Masonic
Temple' on Saturday, Oct. 2, be beginning
ginning beginning at 8 p.m.
There will be prizes for the win winners
ners winners at apple bobbing, also prizes
for the lucky ones during spot
The members of the Star in the
Circle Club, experts at square
dancing, will be present to add to
the festivities through their inter interpretation
pretation interpretation ol a typical square
dance or two.
Music for the affair will be fur furnished
nished furnished by the always-popular Lu Lu-cho
cho Lu-cho Azcarraga and His Trio.
Cider and doughnuts will be a a-vailable
vailable a-vailable to add to the rustic air
that will pervade the atmosphere
at this fun-jilled affair.
Admission is $2,00 per person,
and no advance reservation is nec
essary. All Shriners in this area
are invited to bring their ladies
and join in the fun Sportswear is
the popular costume for this af
land. On Jan. 1 we'll complete our
world circuit by Hying across the
racinc to Rangoon, where Lewis
rpDresentine hin pnplnpprinff farm
will be Chief Technical Adviser to
the Planning and Implement Borad
of the Burmese Government. Until
the autumn of 1959, then we'll be
"slempre a sus ordenes" at the
foilowing address: TAMS of Pana
ma, Inc., Box 1484, Rangoon, Bur
Lewis has made an advance trip
to Burma, and he added that it
was "like Colon, but filled with
Mrs. Lton Vats
Mrs: Lionel Vasse, wife of the
French Ambassador gave a lunch
eon at her home in La Cresta to
day for a group of friends.
A note from Lewis and Evelyn
Moore, long time Isthmians, who
nave ueeu living uie ast since
Lewis took a contracting iob in
rehabilitation in Korea tells us that
they are embarking on an excit exciting
ing exciting move.
"After four and a half years
with the splendid United Nations
rehabilitation project, Lewis will
leave Korea on Nov. 1 We'll cross
Asia, Europe and the U n i vt e d
States on leave and spend Christ
mas with (Jollin and his lamiiy
at 989 Capper Avenue, Pomona,
". .The new year brings a new
job and a new home in a new
Articles M de
By IAWC On Display
A display of articles made 'by
the committee Pro-Asilo de Nues Nues-tra
tra Nues-tra Senora attracted attention of
the hundred members and guests
who attended the Inter American
Women's Club Luncheon yester
Curing the luncheon Maf Frpd
Brest gave a short talk on the U-
nnea.una drive, f ollowing, the
luncheon Mr. Henry SommefireuiSd
ui iviercurios spoKe on gems.illlUS
trating his talk by showing .speci
mens oi reai asd synthetic stones.
The annual exhibition of Pana-iduction represent the interprets
ma's beautiful "Bateas" will be tions of Nancy and Arthur Mokray
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Mr. Sidney Factor
Mr. Sidney Factor, director of
max factor or Hollywood ill ar arrive
rive arrive via Braniff this evening from
Bogota, Colombia. He will be
companied by Mr. Roman Poporo
wuu is a5ociatea witn tfle same
They will stay at the Hotel El
Panama during their visit here.
Has Starring Role
In Theatre Guild Show
Gene Simpson will have a lead leading
ing leading role in the comedy "The Re Reluctant
luctant Reluctant Debutante," which opens
at the Ancon Playhouse on Nov.
Since its formation some seven
years ago, the Theater Guild has
deserved'y become a Mecca i'nr
lovers of good dramatic entertain
ment, buch a reputation is not ea easily
sily easily acquired. It .takes the combin
ed efforts of a talented and dedi
cated group to maintain the high
standards that create a devoted
It is impossible to contemplate
the varied activities of the Thea Theater
ter Theater Guild without having Gene
Simpson's name come to mind. A
opened by Mrs. Thomas L. Har
rold, wife of Major-Geueral Thorn
L. Harroid. Commanding General
United States Army Caribbean, at
6;30 at the Art Gallery of the USO
JWB Armed Forces Service Cen
ter'in' Balboa, this evening.
The. exhibition of work by Nan
cy and Armur MOKray, neia m
cooperation with the Canal Zone
Art Leaeue. will be on display un
til Saturday, Nov. 2, and is open
to the public, from 9:00a.m. to 10:
on n.m dailv.
fe&lrtorf ji hundred hateas will be
shown at tms time, most oi wnicn
are reproductions ol the Code cul-
Repubhc ot Panama, xnese repor
charter Member xif the Guild,
Mrs. Sinitson.has given unstinted
time and eyort to maxe a vuai
part of Isthmian lite.
Gene caught the theater's con
tagion early in li e. During her
college years at the University of
Pennsylvania, she stuaiea orama
and Dlaved anv role she could wan
ele. Following graduation she
completed her training at the Al
vierne School of the Theatre in
New York. Then, following the
customary pattern, she broadened
her experience by playing summer
siuuiw in uiq sit vr iiai vub
It is not surprising therefore,
that she was one o the earliest
and most enthsiastic promoters
of the theater here on the 1st b-
Local theatergoers recall with
pleasure Mrs. Simpson's fine per
formances in "Yes, My Darling
Daughter," "The Glass Menage Menagerie,"
rie," Menagerie," and "The Trial of Mary Du Du-gan."
gan." Du-gan." They also remember her
excellent direction of "Goodbye,
My Fancy," "Night Must F a 1 1,"
"The Happy Time." and, more re recently,
cently, recently, "Bus Stop.1'
Back From Vacation
Mr. Louis Gatoni of Point Four,
his wi.e Vera, and his son George
returned to Panama today aboard
the SS Cristobal, after a two-
month vacation in the States.
who have iorig beeri'ueedgnlzed as
the foremost authorities son, Batea
painting and decorahUKi on i the
Mokray, who "is a "civilian ; Em Employe
ploye Employe of the Signal Corps; in Coro Coro-zal,
zal, Coro-zal, finds time to conductitwo class classes
es classes weekly, tine at the Balboa USO USO-JWB,
JWB, USO-JWB, where he has directed this
work for almost five years, and
one at the Albrook Service Center.
His classes have been attended by
enlisted men officers; their de
pendents and civilians living in the
Canal Zone arid the Republic of
The Mokraysi who reside In Cu-
MIVtr1lt.,'llH kA Mtil? i -'h 4hl
a umuu. tTl UCCM KWUVIi tU) : WM
ancient Indian $ art lor more than
five jfears Their collections ?of
drwings reflect countless hour de
voted to research, study and pa
tient digging mto collections of this
work of Nancjr 4,,''e!-'
aborigine art. Some of the designs
for the bateas have coma- from
private collections as well as from. i
e National Museum of Panama J
but most of them uie, based on iie', k
andings of Dr.: Samuel Kirkland .a
Lothrop's ten years of excavation', i
in Cocle. .,. ,4
It is estimated that during th,,"
past four and on half years, Mok-
i ay has touaht not lest than 1080'. 4
military and civilian personnel and
their dependents VHow To Do. It 4
Yourself," in the; weekly classes
about the Isthmus, Inasmuch ,as,
the r enthusiastic students have0 In,,,
luiu iiuuuceu irvui twelve lo
Resumes TV Career
For NBC Next Month
bateas each as a result of "his
teaching, aj new .industry. ha
sprung up in Panama to meet
the demand for these hand-hewn -trays,
dishes and bowls.
Many militarys personnel havt.
round me craij iripniy rrewaroing ;
as they have ; become proficient
in this ancient Jore. Besides pro--
nioting- Inter-American. relaUonn
ship and close understanding, some v
have delved deeply enough to, do
additional study rand research ons?
tnetr own ana nave jomea ei
Canal Zone Archaeologieal Social-
in order to further their studiteo
auu Knowleoge of the ancient craft ;a
The bateas produced are today's
heritage andt omorrows heirlooms.
The current exhibition contains
a diversified collection of designs
to appeal to all tastes, which has
vpical nt fh annual Rate
j .. fl
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NEW YORK. Oct. 24 (UP)
Margaret Turmaii, who .went into
temporary retirment because ox exhibits by this popular hustond-
marriage and motnernooa, w 1 1 1 : auu-wne team. M
resume ner career next momn ny
Dlavine the role of a "marriage
hungry spinster" on a nation
wide television show.
Dr. And Mrs. Moloney
Of Fourth Daughter
Dr. and Mrs. Walter Maloney of
Ancon announce the birth of their
I'fourth daughter, Margaret, Ellen,
at Gorgas Hospital, Oct. 18.'
"LUCHO" is his (nick) Name
nr mtm wsm
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If you dont, you should lose no time in dropping Into our
della-htful Sunday Brunch Dance. .Also Lucho and. his
Conjunto now play one night weekly In the Bella, Vista
Room, where you can enjoy an evening of dancing' to
Lucho'a toe-tapping tunes, V.
If you know hla music, youH be glad we reminded you
about that Lucho nleht.
. It's cheaper than yoa think at
The general public In the Canal
Zone and the Republic of Panama -are
invited to yisit the ITSO-JWB
Galleries and view this most in interesting
teresting interesting exhibition; Those whose
hobby is taking color slides will
find a wealth of, material to record,-
as seldom will? they find uch-a
colorful array of attractive' 4id
beautiful handicraft. K' j
The National Broadcasting Cor
poration said the former Presi
dent's daughter, now married to
Clifton Daniel of The New York
Times, will appear on "Matinee
Theater" on Nov. 14, in a., play
She will appear on the "Gisele
MacKenzie Show" Nov. 23 as a
guest star. ';J -:J'
Both shows" will originate in
Miss Truman, 33, will go to Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood about Nov. 7 to begin re rehearsals
hearsals rehearsals for the play and will re return
turn return to New York alter the second
Miss Truman said fhe has been
under contract to NBC since 1950
and her option has been renewed.
She made one xv appearance
after her marriage.
That was in May," 1956, when j
she was a guest on the NVC-TVj
"Ct& Allan Ctisinf," n mAnth sft. I
er her marriaee to Daniel. The fIt Is common practice for t.
Daniels became the parents of a woman to. replenish her Upstlclc
son last June. at restaurant table. But If she
"I never really planned to quit
TV," Miss Truman said. "It's just
that I've been fc-isy with my hus husband
band husband and the baby." ; vi -:
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HURSDAY, vOCTOEEU. 21, 9S7
THE fANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILX NEWSPAPER
Syi 'ig Charges t)$ 6t h IFIeetPltinesRecon
DAMASCUS. Syria. Qc. 2 (UP)
-Syria's army chief, rf staff
i-harged yesterday thst ,U.S.r 6th
fleet panes, working' in league
vith Turkish wrces, were uyi"
('daily" reconnaissaim. missions
pver syriaa iou.
A. Russian broadcltr moniror moniror-ed
ed moniror-ed in London by the BBC report-
d that Rod Army"Mrhal
atantin RnltoasovskV hat b B
appointed commander of Soviet
troops on the Russian i uncisn
Rnkmsnvslrv Ins been a deDUtv
sovifet detenu hninister since he
Was replaced as? defense minister
bf Poland last stumn;; v ; i
i Mat.. -nn.. Affif Rizri- ;t o 1 d a
group of correspondents that the
American aircraft, in- ; 'invading
Syrian airspace Were penetrat-
flsg is much as-45 miles across
Jthe Syrian btyer.
I Bitri said tie planet were hign-
,'ivirfff Mfniniiixiianra aircran
vorking "hatd-in-giove" witn mm.
sn xoreei." i 1 '--
noitermg For Turkey
Civil 7cr Pcirs,:
) a ' ;
ad In Auditorium
MEMPHIS (in) A "price-ess-cache
of Civil War docu documents
ments documents was foutid in an audito auditorium
rium auditorium here In an out-of-the-way
room that had been sealed off
for 31 years.
Civil Defense Director col.
rchn Somers. stumbled onto the
fergotten documents' Tuesday.
Th find included .' a ; long long-lought,
lought, long-lought, life-size portrait of Con Confederate
federate Confederate president Jefferson Da Da-trisj
trisj Da-trisj Also found in the room were
htdgraphs of Confederate vet vet-!rms;,
!rms;, vet-!rms;, battle maps and numer numer-)ui
)ui numer-)ui volumes of historical signi significance.
)r. Marshal Wlnefleld, presi
dent "of the West Tennessee His Historical
torical Historical V Society. said the docu
ments were "worth their weight
h platinum.' i, -' '"
The documents were mcvea
mtd"the room' from the Shelby
fcountv courthouse m 1924 while
he auditorium was suu uncier
oristruction. i It. was sealed off
nd forgotten, '
Thjf six-foot high painting of
iiTis had been the object of a
idle search: At the last nweiing
t the United Pons of Confeder Confeder-,te"
,te" Confeder-,te" Veterans, a resolution was
passed to renew thi search for
fllWS IN CANCER BATTU1 ;
,ij f, ''if f"
FRANKFURT. Germany (UP)-
kw metnoas oi treatment ana
iu eauipment have, strengthened
bhysicians in the" battle against
euicer, ceiegaies ir ine uerman
ftoeotgea congress said t a a y.
aneer speelausts from all parts
I Wait Garmanv ntoorted ffen.
iita-i- steps i; against" lung cancer
hnrft being developed and new
(methods were opening the way to
t Mast easing the situation of pa parents
rents parents with advanced cancer of the
breast. i tn
" The Syrian charge coincided
with a report by the Cairo' news news-.paper
.paper news-.paper Akher Saa that five mil military
itary military aircraft from the U.S. super super-carrier
carrier super-carrier Forestal flew over Alex Alexandria's
andria's Alexandria's airport recently in, an at attempt
tempt attempt to photograph n6 alleged
guided. misilr base. ',fff,f-
; It also 'cam''.as"Tthe nation
Afro-Asian conference, meeting in
Cairo, called for an ; immediate
United Nations on-the-spot Inquiry
into Syrian-Turkish tension.- 4
- The conference also expressed
"brotherly support" for ; Syria,
"V t'iy.s;;?'xi--': t'a-v '-P
h Meanwhile' the I t Syrian cabinet
met in special session today to
discuss the progress of the U.N.
Turkey was mobilizing troops a-
long, us noraeriM .-
Syrian aawtpapors hailed Hie
three day sutpansJon of tho U.N.
dabato a a victory for Syria
Sine both Turkey and tho Unit United
ed United State's had pressed for an In In-dafinito
dafinito In-dafinito delay for mediation shjt shjt-.
. shjt-. poses. .fcSj!M.
, Syrian Premier SaBri si Assail
told the newspapers, "I'm sure the
U.N. will decide in Syria's favor."
SYRIA OFFERS COOPERATION
The Syrian government yester yesterday
day yesterday offered its full cooperation to
a U.N. investigation of Syrian and
Russian charges of a planned in
vasion of Syria by Turkey, provid
ed Turkey and Israel do the same
But Syria costmuexl firm to
day ag,:nst ny mediation of Its
dispute with Turkey by K i n
Saud of Saudi Arabia.
A Syrian Foreign Ministry state statement
ment statement said the Damascus govern government
ment government has formally; turned down
King Saud's mediation offer which
had been accepted by Turkey.
The statement, issued, in' t h,e
wake of yesterday's day-long Sy Syrian
rian Syrian cabinet meeting, said the cri-
aia wa "nnf anmatninff which
could be subject to mediation."
The only solution, ue synan
statement said, was the withdraw
al of Turklsn troops, irom tne Sy Syrian
rian Syrian border and the halting : of
alleged Turkish interference in Sy Syrian
rian Syrian affairs. '" '''"'
Syria has accused Turkey of
mining troops along the Syrian
i border preparatory to an attack,
with the connivance of the Unit
d States. :.- .;- 7v i--.
d The Syrians have taken their
compalint to the United Nations.
,The U.N. debate marked time to today
day today after Syria agreed to a sus suspension
pension suspension of the discussion. But Sy Syria
ria Syria was insisting that the debate
be resumed tomorrow.
Meanwhile in Istanbul the
strength of Turkish fighting forc forces
es forces is a well kept secret.
Turkish military officers flatly
refuse to discus number, equip equipment,
ment, equipment, arms or dispositios. Even I
HV-' V :--
government civilian just below
premier, Adnan Menderes claim
they know nothing.
The habit of secrecy has ex extended
tended extended to the American mission
which has boon training and e e-quipping
quipping e-quipping the Turks. Its mambors
also refuse te talk, despite a
. congreasionil stipulation that
': tho mission must bo open to A-
moricat) news covoraage.
The i unanimous opinion of both
the Turks and foreigners here is
that Turkey could mop up the en entire
tire entire Mideast without serious trou trouble
ble trouble and give a first class account
of itself even, against Russia.
It is generally agreed that the
Turkish lighting man is one of the
toughest and bravest in the world.
Although the Turkish soldier
does not have thr technical alti altitude
tude altitude of the Am"r,;-
ropean soldier, he is learning fast
and Is capaO.e o. c..u....0 ...
' : i v,
While estimates vary, an edu educated
cated educated guess of Turkish strength is
400,000 men, backed by a ready
reserve of almost ,2 million.
The Air Force is equipped with
some 300-Thunderjet fighter hom homers
ers homers and Sabre fighters.
In ormation on tanks is just as
tight, but most observers believe
the Syrian charge that 500 Turkish
tanks are massed on the border
is a wild exaggeration.
Thay estimate that the t o t a I
armored ttrangtfc. of Turkey is
only slightly "higher than that
, The Navy's main offensive force
is IS modern submarines, some on
the Black Sea.
Other naval units include at least
eight destroyers, four destroyer es escorts,
corts, escorts, eight mine-sweepers, a num number
ber number of sub-killers and patrol boats.
The army is the best-trained of
the three military forces, with
hundreds of officers and enlisted
men battle-tested in 1 Korea form
ing the nucleus. During the Ko Korean
rean Korean war, seven brigagdes totalling
some. 35.000 men rotated thrmioh
combat. :; '-
If a Western observer were :
asked to make an assmnf nt i
Turkish capabilities he would -likely
agree with the Turk who
said, "We'll give the Arabs 5-to-l
odds and run them into the Sue,?
"If the Soviets corhe. make it 2.
to-1 we'll hold them at the bor'
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f AOE SIX
DRSDAY, OCTOBEIt 21, 1S;1
fPpx, Mantle Only Uhanimti AMAII-Sttiffiem
Williams, Sievers Complete
Outfield; Pierce, Burthing
Earn Pitching Nominations
By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, Oct. 24 (UP) Nelson Fox, who's
hit a total of 25 homer runs in eleven bijr league sea sea-sonns,
sonns, sea-sonns, and Mickey Mantle, who's hit that many in
half a season, were the only unanimous picks on the
United Tress 1957 American League All-Star team.
The teams selected by a 21-ikeea' Dig suck. He Davwa ..na
man committee of three base-land hit 34 homers despite the
ball writers from each city in i fact he was walked 146 times.!
u- iUn inMnrWi mtrhJThP vmmeest reeular on the
er Yogi Berra and shortstop Gil
McDoueald of the Yankees, first
baseman Vic Wertz of the In Indians,
dians, Indians, third-baseman Funk
Malzone and outfielder Ted
Williams of the R?d Sox. out outfielder
fielder outfielder Roy Sievers of the Sena Senators.
tors. Senators. Ditcher Jim Bunning of the
y NTigers and Fox' White Sox team teammate,
mate, teammate, pitcher Billy Pierce
The Baltimore Orioles and
Kansas City Athletics were the!
only teams not represen ted on a
squad that averages 30 years of
' age per man. The eight regulars
hit a total of 200 home runs this
year and both pitchers hit the
20-victory total on tn nose.
In Fox and Mantle, the writ writers
ers writers honored perhaps the two
key men In an American
League pennant race that
quickly developed into a two two-team
team two-team fight between the White
Sx and Yankees.
Fox, a 5-foot, 0-lnch, 15b-
pounder from St. Thomas, Pa.,
typified the White Sex' season season-long
long season-long struggle to out-hustle and
out-fight a Yankee team that
was supuerior In both front-line
personnel and depth. A fighter
all the way, Fox played in all 155
of his team's games, led the
league, with 196 hits and batted
.' .317 fifth best average in the
Mantle, of course, was the Yan-
Ps. Plaver and Team
c Yogi Berra. New York
lb Vic Wftrtz, Cleveland
2b JNelson Fox. Chicago
ss Gil McDougald, New York
3b Frank Malzone, Boston
of Ted Williams, Boston
Mickey Mantle, New York
of Roy Sievers, Washiupton
Billy pierce, Chicago
Jim Bunning, Detroit
lb Wertz (13), Bill Skaw Skaw-ron
ron Skaw-ron (6), Sievers and Bob Boyd
(2 each) and Vic Power (1).
2b Fox (24).
ss McDougald (201 Luis A A-parlclo
parlclo A-parlclo (3), Joe Demestrl (1).
3b Malzone (21 1, George
Kell (2), Tony Kubek (1).
cf Mantle (24), Williams
Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT
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with Rock Hudson
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'team at,,Mantle Is a strong
randidate t6 win his second
straight most valuable player
Berra, 32. hit only .251 this
year but he knocked in 82 runs
and hit 24 home runs, while
McDougald, 29. hit .289 and
fielded brilliantly at three in infield
field infield positions to prove a key
man In Cay Stengel's eighth
pennant in nine years.
Wertz, York, fa., strong Doy,
was the solid man for- 'he sixth sixth-place
place sixth-place Indians, walloping 28 hom homers,
ers, homers, driving in 105 runs and bat
ting .282 nl" best average since
1951; Malzone, 27, hit .292 and
drove In 103 runs to prove one
of the league's surprises for the
Red Sox; the 39-year-old Wil Williams
liams Williams won his fifth A.L. batting
crown with a ,388-mark that was
the highest in the major league
since Ted hit .406 In 1941, and
Sievers, 30, led the circuit with
42 homers and 114 runs batted
Pierce, little 20-year-old fast fast-bPller
bPller fast-bPller from Detroit, compiled a
20-12 record, had a 3.26 earned
run average and struck out 17fi
batters In 257 Innings. Bunning,
oniy 25, had a 29-E record, a 2.70
earned run mark and fanned
1S2 batters in 267 hiring?
The team and how the 24-
n:an committee voted:
HB RBI Ave.
24 82 .251
28 105 .282
6 61 .'117
13 62 .285
15 103 .292
38 87 .388
34 94 .365
42 114 .301
W L Pet. ERA
v.... 20-12 .265 .3.26
20- 8 .714 .2.70
(22), Sievers (17), Al Kallne and
Minnie Mifioso (4 each), Jim
c Berra (19),- Sherman Lol-
n pierce (21), Bunning H8)
Dick Donovan (7), Whitey Ford
and Bobby Shantz (1 each).
with Billy Conn
WOMAN OF THE
with John Agar
Taps Big Dough
LONDON (UP) Willie Pas
trano's easy victory over lumber lumbering
ing lumbering Dick Richardson of Wales to today
day today moved the New Orleans box
ing master into a position to chal challenge
lenge challenge any of the world's top three
The 21-year-old PaStrano won't
improve his No. 4 rating off his
10-round decision oyer the rugged-but-inept
Welshman but he obvi-
uusiy is ruj w onuui mi mc
"big dough. Pastrano's victory
was so decisive that Richardson
raised Willie's hand in token of
the win before Unofficial verdict.
There were no knockdowns but
the 188'-pound Pastrano slapped
his 199-pound opponent around like
a TV private eye handles the vil villain
lain villain and might have finished him
off if he had been willing to close
iu. But Willie stayed at long
range, content to cut Richardson's
face to ribbons
By contrast, Pastfano was com completely
pletely completely unmarked after the bout.
The victory was Pastrano's 42nd
in 52 fights. A sellout crowd of
10,600 paid about 180,000 to see the
hout at Harringway Arena.
Details For 57
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 24 (UP)
President Walter O'Maliey and
his executive staff today began
hammering out the details of
getting the new Los Angeles
Dodgers in operation for the
1958 National League baseball
O'Malley, on his arr'val yes yesterday
terday yesterday by plane from N'W York,
a.rured a welcoming ho it of sev sev-prEi
prEi sev-prEi thousand new fa-M that the
Dodgers wen going to be a dy-
r.mic ball chib in the west.
He said the most Important
single thing facing the Bums'
organization Immediately wai
"to get that biR stadium in op
eratlon," referring to the 50,000
seat ball park he plans to erect
in Chavez Ravine.
O'Malley declared that Los
Angeles fans need not have any
"misgiving" ts far as the play players
ers players are concerned.
"We've got some trood boys
coming along" and we'll tell you
all about them in due cour5e,"
O'Malley said his official staff
would be here about a week
'until we accomplish everything
on our agenda."
Arthur E. (Red) Patterson,
publicity assistant to O'Malley,
said that "Trw purpose of this
visit Is to set Into motion organ organization
ization organization plans for the 1953 and
subsequent National League sea
sons. Mr. O'Malley has several
important meetings pending
with city and county officials
THE BOTTOM OF
with Van Johnson
. i ftivi irn r i nri;fr : ii ir
RUSSELL FAVORITE, 205-pound Cristobal center and line
backer who will probably be
Mixed, Men's Doubles to Top
Tonight's Table Tennis Play
Thm first week of Dlavoffs in
th ixth snnual Isthmian Table
Tennis Tournament at the USO
iwr Armed Forces Service Cen
ter ended on Tuesday evening with
full schedule of matches oe
tween the military and civilians
to be Dlaved tonight, next week
Mondav. Tuesday and Thursday
The double's competition this
year will be much better than
last year, due to the fact, that
the civilians have registered 30
double teams and the military
forces 10 double teams. He cham
pionship should vbe between the
Atlas Table Tennis Club pairing
of William Hill-George Grannum,.
V'hite and Green Club's Tony Yau-
mas Chu, the Jantzen entry of
iWario Preciado-Stanley Hall and
the Colon -entry of John Hall-John
The mixed doubles will alto
start tonight With last y e a r's
champion defending their title, To Tonus
nus Tonus Chu, who this year has his
partner Miritza Loo from the
White and Green Club of Panama.
There will, also be playoffs in
the singles eliminations. The
matches start at 7:30 p.m. at the
USO-JWB iu balboa, La Voca
Results of the matches played
Arthur Joseph ys Alvin Barnett,
(Winner) A. Joseph, 21-8, 2-Vl.
W. Chandler vs John Bradkins,
(Winner) W. Chandler 21-13, 21-18.
William Hill vs Ralston JCirton,
I winner; w. am, zi-13, 21-19
Joseph Hoyte vs George Cum Cum-berbatch,
berbatch, Cum-berbatch, (Winner G, Cumber Cumber-batch,
batch, Cumber-batch, 21-17, 21-17.
Carl McLean vs John Hall,
(Winner (Will be played Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. J. Griffith vs James ebster,
Today Encanto .25 .75
Edmond O'Brieri In
Perez Prado Si His Orch! in
"CHA CHA CHA BUM!"
Today IDEAL -, .25 .15
Dana Andrews in
"While The City Sleeps"
Wendell Corey In
"The Bold and The Brave''
missing irom tne Tiger lineup to-
(Winner) James Webster 23-25, 21
John Ng vs Mario Preciado
(Winner) Mario Preciado 21-18, 19-
Alex Newman Jr. vs George
Grannum, (Winner) Grannum 21 21-17,
17, 21-17, 21-11.
Hans Newman vs R. M y r 1 e,
(Winner) R. Myrie 21-18, 10 21
A. Bowen vs Marcus Grannum
(Winner) M. Grannunv 11:21, 21-17,
Roberto Cabrera vs Webster
Marshall, (Winner) R. Cabrera 21 21-10,
10, 21-10, 21-9.
Alfon so Small vs Silvester Wil
mont, (Winner) A. Small 21 16,
J. Perryman vs Fernando Lap,
CWinner) F. Lao 2l-l6, 21-14.
Tony Yau vs B. Sinclair, (Win
ner; i. xau Zl-13, Zl-18.
Ben Stanford vs Stanley Hall,
(Winner) Stanley Hall 218, 21-16.
R. A. Sexton vs Jon C. Blough,
(Winner) Jon C. Blough 18-21, 21 21-19,
19, 21-19, 21-17.
Arthur B. Thomas vs Ray Bur Bur-bans,
bans, Bur-bans, (Winner) Arthur B. Thomas,
Hernan Castillo vs Carl Perkins,
(Winner) Carl Perkins, forfeit.
Larry Horenstein vs A. Diaz,
(Winner) A. Diaz 21:15, 21:6.
Raymond Nesbitt vs Carlos Kn-
gan, Nesbitt, 13-21, 21-13, 21-17.
Jon C. Blough vs. Arthur To
mas, (Winner) Bloueh 21-17. 1S21
A. Diaz vs Carl Perkins (Win-
nen A. Diaz, 21-13, 21-19, 18-21,
Raymond Nesbitt vs J. C
Blough, (Winner). R. Nesbit 21-17
28-26, 21-11. t
Along The Fairways
with the passing of ea ih work work-in
in work-in the recent Ft. Clayton Open out sesslon- This will be his big
top honors were won bv Lt mi i chance with the likelihood; that
Stanford; R.- Johnson" in tVltnis second string cente;- wTll be
chamnionshin flight rant- n,;iin much of the heat of battle
Barger In the first flight and M-'
Sgt. Lloyd-Byars in the- second
Col. Johnson was awarded a
trophy, Capt. Banter rec.vp,t
pair of golf shoes and Pt. RvJ
ars received two dozen golf ball- year-old shortstop from Kead Kead-The
The Kead-The next tournament to be ing- who hit -252 or D1v D1v-held
held D1v-held at Ft. Clayton will bejin!t0na 'Beacn. Fla-. t the Florida
Dec. 1. Thin win k to h.i.. '?j State League this year, has siened
al play with a SB-hcl. 11".:
iton. Quallfyins- rounds maV be1?"' Iowa- fflhat ln the Three
played anytime prior to Nov. 2i Ul Lea8ue'
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By TREVOR SIMONS
Russel Favorite, tho main
bearing In Cristobal machinery
that seeks their first lonu foot
ball championship since the aa
vent of tackle football to the Cft
nal Zone, may be out of action
for the big game at Mt. Hope -f-This one will decide the Atlan Atlan-Stadlum
Stadlum Atlan-Stadlum tomorrow night. tic .Coast Conference race and
The 205-pound center, on looking through the wrong end of
whom the Tigers had relied the telescope it looks like Duke
heavily not only on offense, but!" too much offense and too
as a top notch line bncker on'trong a defense for N.C. State,
defense, suffered an injury to The last
his right knee during Tuesday
afternoon's practice session
As of this writing, tho exact
extent of Favorite's injury was
unknown, but even the optimis
tic possibility that the CHS cen center
ter center might see limited action, is
enough to lessen the chances of
an otherwise light Cristobal
Favorite's knee injury will be
a bitter nill for the Tisrers. for
tomorrow night's grid contest Is
the big one. For the first time
in 9 years C.H.S. has been riven
an even chance of comin
nome witn tne iootDan -ropny.
They meet tnelr main con
tenders tomorrow night at 7 o
clock at Mt. Hope Stadium, and
these two squads will have i
second go at It later In the sea
son, it has been generally con
ceded that tne one that comes
out on top in their first meeting
will rule prohibitive favorites to
take it all.
The Bulldogs will be at their
test, having shown marked im
nrovement last Friday nisht ever
their previous appearances this
year. Their backfield is finally
set with McKeown ouarterback-
lng and a speedy-hardhittkiR
combination of runninsr and
blocking backs capable of tak
ing the steam out of any op;?0'
uary Ness, Charlie French. Al
Nahmad. not to mention' 213
pounder Bruce Bateman will take
turns at trying to dent what
might be a weakened Cristobal
lire, while their forward wall
line mat remains beery even
when the second string is in ac action,
tion, action, will be in high gear for the
game against their arch-rivals
from the Gold Coast.
The Tiger's -jsmall backfield
will miss the nrotecticn offered
by Russ Favorite, but they do
still pack some wefeht Up front
with tne vastly improved George
Kirkland. Denny Bruce and Jack
Willoughby apparently ready for
Jon McGrew, though not In
the weight class of the other
three linesmen, is as capable as
any and probably does the -eit
blocking of the lot. Chuck Craw Crawford
ford Crawford has been going all-out to
win an end position on the Tiger
eleven and in so doing has shown
to his best advantage on defense.
He was at his best in the Cris
tobal-Junior college contest,
upending a touple of tho college
players with his low hitting
It would be impossible to re
move a player of the calibre of
nuss Favorite and not affect the
prodictions for this big CHS CHS-BHS
BHS CHS-BHS game tomorrow night. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa must now be conceded a
slight edge to score the win.
Favorite's replacement, Irl
Sanders, Is a rangy lad with
pienty of possibility, but still
lacks a little experience. San Sanders
ders Sanders learns fast and locks better
I"or tne undl3Pted possession of
f1rst Place ln th2 rc i0T tne ?57
SOX SIGN SMITH
chiCao (UP) Bob Smith,
he Chicago White Sox' Dav-
ly booed out of Madison Square
Garden last season, has become
a favorite of the "gallery gods'
ths year because of his rugged
play. Says Howell, "I can't afford
a bad game this' year; not after
the season I had last year.
acce. Additional information may
be obtained from Sgt Hill at the
Ft. Clayton Golf counrse, 7 7-3226.
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TOKYO AUP1- Frilpv'. fnlll.t
and tht weekend iootball "win-
ners. done with, ahecr Oriental
omnipotence and a Sukiyaki shiv
- Oam th utuk
Duke over North f!riin'iM.
avy ovej I'enn I'm an auto
at uc.;. v
Penn 'State over SvrarnT'i,
been 150 at Indianapolis..-
Brown over Rhode Island And
ueiong io uayion a 100 m.p.h. club.
rrinceton over Cornell But
iuyo chu ariverg scare me stiff,
Also: Yafch over Colgate, Colum Columbia
bia Columbia over Lehigh, Dartmouth over
Harvard, Boston U.- over Holy
viuss snu .uiayeiie over auck-
Army ,over Virginia (Bamboo
poles are a dime a dozen here.
Miami over Kansas They go
'em all shapes, and sizes.
Florida over LSU Bob Rich Richards
ards Richards would go wacky. x
Georgia over Kentucky But the
Japanese aren't much on vaulting.
Also: Mississippi State over Ala Alabama,
bama, Alabama, Maryland over Tennessee,
Georgia Tech over Tulane, North
Carolina over Wake Forest, South
Carolina over Clemson, West Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia over William and Mar y,
George Washington over VMI.
, Th Southwest
Texas Aggies over Baylor Japt
BALBOA MEN'S LEAGUI
Teams W L
Icaza-Scott Atwater 3
Kent Cigarettes 3
Balboa Beer 3
Dunlop sTyrea ; 3
Martini Vermouth M S
Ebonite ;n.-"'. ? 3
Ebonite n '2
Crawford's Zenith 2
Blue Star Milk 1
Pepsi Cola IS
Tivoli Tours v 1
Hillman Cars v 1
Canada Dry 1 3
The Balboass Mens League
kicked off a new winter season
with a lull compliment of 12
teams, a the Balboa Bowie-arena.
The start, of this scratch league
caused many of the boys being
jitery, plus tne fact that they
aere Breaking in new wooa.
Ie7,j Scott Atwater 3
Blue Star Milk 1
The outboard motors of the lea
za Scott Atwater. started off faat
by winning the first two games,
but Blue Star Milk bottled -the last
game in. the win column,' Jimmy
Bowen guided the Motors with the
top speed of 493 and Hoffer was
the cream -of the dairy mes with
Kant Cigarettes 3 Pepsi Celt 1
Kent Cigaretees the old
pro, Bill Coffey in their lineup
dropped the first game but filter filtered
ed filtered through for the next three
points. As expected Bill led the
pack of Kents with 491, and Lefty
Luttesberger had a 449 for the
Pepsi Cola soft drinkers. :4'p& :4'p&-Ebonites
Ebonites :4'p&-Ebonites 2 Cravrferd Zenith 2
With Nash tabbing 509. the E-
bonites- rolled an even split with
the Crawford Zenith Radio, whose
big broadcast was Al Hele's 461.
This was really' a close match,
betause only eight pins separated
the two quintets in the m 1 d d 1 e
Same, and. only 21 pins was the
Ifference in the Total Pina.
TOUCH FOOTBALL LEAGUI
UNDER WAY AT DIABL
Monday the touch" football com-
petition got underway at the Dia
blo Madtum. ; n V".
Teams taking part m the league
are made up of Diablo Elementary
students from the fourth through
the sixth grades; Regular football
rules wul prevail except in situa
iiunx cxpiainea py special ruies.
i-acn team is comprised of eight
boys aix players and two substi
tutes, me teanv.ioiters are at tot-
lows: .''-..' .. v
1. BlaoeyR, .Captain v.
2r.Taul, C.- -,; ,-. v
3.. Riley; J. V- '
.6. Honker.R.! -
7 .Turner, Cj
8." Icaza, R. t"
1. FarnsSorth, J. Captain
2. Pearson, T.
3. Heard, B. :
4. Phillips, K.
5. Lawyer, B. 5
6 Tucker, D. -.
7. Hunter, B
8. Parker, T.
ROCK N ROLLERS
JL Cozens, Al. Captaia
anese too bus playing baseball,
Auburn overHouston-I bough
wuai cmueu a ppie COat.
Arkansas over Mississippi Th
salesman expiamea it. ft-
Texas over Rk "Like
'hoppi' Chandler A S ? ;
Also! ;. Tulsa tve Air Fore
Aiaaemy!r naraij-aimmons ova!
west Texas ana rexn Tech v
Arizona. ,., .a v-. .mi--
Notre Dame' overVitllU i Golf
ruining the feisha htasVs. .
uiuo isiaie over wuconun Th
patrons would s ratheW 'roam .V th
links.. .. rf'.'.jj" -j .iT,lt.
Michigan State over Illinois M
caji -em ; people .vielJIift ipri
time." .., ..;; :
Also: Minnesota over Whio
TCU over Marquette Indiana ovel
Villanova, Nebraska oveMissoiJ
n, Oklahoma rfver Colorado Boil
ion college over .Detroit, In du
t 1 l V
uicivo auu over wiinmnmu
Athlete are goodwill amtus
dors. -,r,, ti I
California over Ore aon JimAP
Deraaret and Sam Snead draw M
crowds, -v''1. ,.2! T I
Washington State over Souftn-I
California They know all nJ
ball players, .- - ;! I
UCLA over StanfordAnd. ritei
you mention Ted Williams the ja fl
anese get r;gbt down and botvl
Also : Idaho over Fresno Stah
San Diego State over Temoe. Dtl
ver over ongnam Young ill w.
ommg over utan
r Balboa Bft S TIvoll Teura l
The Balboa Beer drinkers we
aiso a three- point winner, tha&
'to four Dins tonnlinff ever thfc i
nale, which proved to be the ma
gin of victory for Balboa. Man
Fernandei, managed. 4o be tw
large economy size for the Brei
era with 143 and BiU G
from the navy led hit Tivoli 3W
his with' a 490.'-. ,ji
Dunlop Tyrot I Hinman T'
Dunlop Tyrea ran into i Qif
iur in one.', gamei nut 1 1 p
home a 3 to; 1 Winner. The' Ii
game was too close for eomfoi
but one extra mark for the Di
lops settled the issue, desmta
fact that Dick Bliss on the loppi
mg iimman team came up
a 208. The. .Tire's "George Toll
and Lou Lehman started the s
son satisfied with 512 and 506, 1
it was Hillman Cars ace, Did
Bliss that, socked the pins lor; t
tuuc iu Qoow mm uflH, m uie ma
' Martini Vermouths I
Canada Dry; 1
inn war one of those "y 0
m ay-have-it" and "I do not w
it" affairs, The Martini vermoutl
tried their est to aive it awl
in the first a me. but Canada d!
aecunea 11 Dy ten pins, in the ne
game, again the vermouth kil
tried to give It away, but in-t
end they were credited 11 ti
win. It was not until the last g an
that Canada kZ
by. 8 pins.,.'
-The' two anchor mn. rfnffi
Ju At.. 7
irum me ijor leagues BUI'
their own private battle.' J a!
Vdss, leading Martini Vermou
with him 101 jiima nnt a a j W
.- v.mv vut m w v v-
best to Joe Sullivan, 495. Sully i
so came through with' a 214 fini
'" '. .-
600 Society None;
200 Game Honor-Roll t II
208 Sullivan 214. 3
1 .' ..
2. Vaucher, J. ,T
3. Bates, J.
4. Balck, G.
5. WUder C..
6. Harden, 3.
7. Reynolds, J.V
8. LeVine, R.
1. VanLeon D. Captain ..
2.. Miller, R. .t
3. Evans, R. i
4. Worhsaas,. t:
5. McCullough, D. -4
.Trinij P. '
1. VanLoon D. Captata
t. Vaucher, G. .
1. Weade, r. CaptaTw
2. Vecchione, R,
4. Nessler, L
4. Allen.- ?
5. Cooper, J. t
8 outh. J. ': 1
7. Stalling, J. ' -t.Poor,
,) ,-,t it. I
1. Samson, S. Capt ah)
2. Coldasure, D.
3. Glazer, J.
4. Jogner, C ',
5. Curlders, C
6 .Mable, C.
THE FJlNAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILf NEWSPAPER
irni pcmf nrTflWR tl. 19S7 t '
Jr. College Seeks
Aqainst Athletic Club Tonight
" By Sub
Why aren't more Punamtniiiw
'l interested inrtin divine? I hve
1 -hPii fl.vinc lot of thought to
'J ?'tui.. ,...tinn vot hive louna
nn onnrrrt reilOn On WhlCtt (0
' bait the aversion that Panama-
niani cave vo vnn spun. jbi
f it nhirrtivlv for a moment,
. ,-anof weigh the advantagei and dis-
v I At far aa awimmfaig ability is
' concerned, the average Panama Panama-f'
f' Panama-f' nian is far superior to the average
'!'"U.S. citizen An exaggerated fear
- of sharks is evident in the Pana Pana-1
1 Pana-1 'm.nian mind, although recent
1 writings ont bis subjects should
have dispelled tms tear somewnai.
'Try as I might, I cannot tnmg ot
Vl-"',a single reason that a first class
ti'S''?- t riiafin ruin fnm
nnA of Panamanian citizens has
'-' rot yet appeared on the sporting
; ; I ..1 ..u 'm Vina.
manians diving around Taboga and
Tabogullla and I'm sure that these
few would be willing to form the
niuscleoui of a good organization.
'I anticinata the problems involv-
ed iq getting together, and have
, these suggestions to offer. Phone
Ed Abbott at Panama 3-0626, or
Fred ffiremmer at Panama 2-1178.
' between 9'a.m.' and 5 p.m. Both
of these men are good organizers
who I am sure will devote some
1 of their time to getting this pro
ject- started; 1 Botn are meniDers
. nf tin Clutt Yaies y resca, nu
are well qualified to offer sug sug-1
1 sug-1 gestions on club organization
, '". I'm' surtthat Stanley Shaw de
- la Ossa, of Panama's chamber f
. Commerce, will also proffer a help help-:
: help-: v ing band- Skin Diving is a num-
ber one tourist attraction in many
, ; countries and believe jne those
'f 5 countries can't begin to match Pa Pa-,V
,V Pa-,V jama's waters. Colombia has an
. 'organized club on-the -.Atlantic
V coast and many entertaining com
. ; petitions could be held between
-' the two countries, r' jl '
So there you have it-rthe rest
is up to you. It's the sport of
, princea aM Wffi dor the &W-
:I ; The Atlantic Skin piving Asso Asso-'
' Asso-' elation will old its next business
y neeting at 7:30.p m, on. Thursday,
A November- 7th at the i Margarita
c cuionause. xnicMvt
! are mvitedt to attend.; llie Atlantic
club encourages family actitivy as
is evident in- the system of mem membership.
bership. membership. On. joining the club, a
' member's family is included in all
activltiea although the family. car carries
ries carries only one vote at the meetings.
, Every ther meeting is a social
i meeting v where some sort of out outing
ing outing or festivity! is carried out.
-. There is. a qualifying test to be
"WltUAMS IN TV FIGHT
NEW YORK (UP)-Ernie (Son (Son-'ny
'ny (Son-'ny Boy) Williams of Washington,
D.C., has replaced Paolo Rosi of
' Italy as an opponent for Johnny
: Busso in next Friday nights TV
I bout at Madison Square Garden.
' Rosi withdrew because of flu.
, M an m
', old Mswd m
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tall triangular '"it-
' a bottle.
MOTTA Y MOTTA, LTDA;
. PANAMA COLON ,"
taken crior to being voted in. and
this is administered by the club
instructor, Al Benton. The presi
dent of this club is John Graves
and he can be reached,, for addi
tional information by phoning uat uat-un
un uat-un 580. Last week the Atlantic
club held an interesting outing
and picnic at which fourteen divers
i t ;.!. i:.J.i.J A
ana ineir iamiues pruciuicu. n
snod time was had bv all and
similar outing is platmed in -the
The EI Panama Skin Diving Club
his its reeular weekly meeting to
night at 7:30 p.m. at the Balboa
Y.M.C.A. insteres'en persons are
invited to attend. The El Panama
Club schedules a divmg trip every
weekend and arrangements are
made at the regular meetings. A
trin to the San Bias islands is ten
tatiVely planned for November 9
thru 11. This club haa thirty mem
bers and m the aoser.ee of presi
denr William Scofield. the Vice
president Albin Reynolds presides
at meetings. Last Sunday's outing
consisted of a trip to favorite lo
cations In Panama Bay on a
chartered boat. -Next
week. T intend to give you
a report on the "Isthmian Aqua Aqua-men."
men." Aqua-men." a club which no one seems
to know very much about, and
which has sunk to a deplorate state,
paralleling the same situation
which befell the once popular but
now extinct "Canal Zone Skin
Did you know that
the largest fish taken by a
skin diver in Panama waters was
a sawfish estimated at over 800
pounds? The remarkab'e thing
about this catch ts that it was taken
durine a tournement by a skin
diver eauiDDed with only gun, fins
and mask, and under th rules of
the tournament the diver was per permitted
mitted permitted no assistance. This unique
catch Was made at Taboguilla is island
land island by Bill Coffey of Gamboa,
Th latest rumor is that
the El Panama Skin Divers
will form an "emergency diving
team" to offer immediate assist
anca to local organizations when
professional divers ar not requir
ett or.avanaoie ''.. .; ;
Panama is proposing a 50 per
cent import duty on small boats.
If true.1 Panama's boatbuilding in
dustry (?) should get on the ball
as present local made boats are
well below par m rom maienais
Saboga island, in the Perlas
group, is crawling with lobsters,
The Atlantic Skin Diving As
socistion will have their annual
tournament in the very near fu
some of the air purchased by
aqua-lungers at Panama Oxygen
Co. is causing dizziness during a
dive. This is probably due to im-
Droper flushing of the lines prior
to filling, therby causing an in
creased oxygen eontent.
The Athletic Club, winners of
thla years football Jamboree,
will meet the Green Devils of
the' Canal Zone Coljee tonight
in the Balboa stadium ar 7 p.m.
In addition to their Jamboree
victory, the A.C. defeated Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High School In a 7-0 dunl.
On the red side of the A.C. ledg ledger
er ledger is a defeat at the hands of the
C.H.S, Tigers by a score of 6-0.
The Junior College, having
finished third in the jamboree
and dropping scholastic contests
by scores of 6-0 and 14-0 to C H.
S. and B.H.S. respectively, are
hopeful of beginning a winning
streak at A.C.'s expense.
Due to both teams' lack of a a-dequate
dequate a-dequate practice time and tne
impossibility of "game situation"
practice drills so necessary in
developing a potent ofensivr
machine the A.C.-J.C. garni will
probably be a defensive srrrni srrrni-mae:e
mae:e srrrni-mae:e similar to that between
J.C. and B.H.S.last Fridav nleht.
In that game the B.IIB. de defensive
fensive defensive unit "carried" the B.H S.
offensive unit by creatine: breaks
that set up all their scoring.
The probable lineups:
Balboa Gun Club's October pis
tol match was held last Sunday.
Except for an approximate half
hour period of rain, good weather
predominated throughout the
match. Awards were made as fol follows:
lows: follows: Match No. 1 .22 caliber timed
fire; winner. F. H. Smith, presi
dent of Cristobal Gun Club, 193 x
0Q; Expert. Sgt. G. G. Stokes.
Ft.Kobbe, 188 x 200: 1st Marks
man, W. J. Powell, 381 x 200; 2nd
Marksman, Sgt. (Bruce O. Buxton,
Albrook AFB, 177 x 200.
Match No. 2 .22 caliber rapid
fire; winner, R. K. Baugh 196 x
200; Expert, F. H, Smith 186 x
200; 1st .Marksman. J. D. McA McA-dams
dams McA-dams ET2, Naval Radio Station,
Summit, 191 x 200 : 2nd Marksman
C: E. Priest, Canal Zone Police;
182 x zoo.
Match No. S 22 caliber slow
fire; winner, G. G. Stokes 182 x
200; Expert, C. B. Mcllvaine, Vece
president of Balboa Gun Club, 179
x 200; 1st Marksman, J. D. Mc
Adams 172 x 200; 2nd Marksman,
C. E. Priest 167 x 200.
Match No. 4 .22 caliber natio
al match course, winner, G. G.
Stokes 279 x 300; expert, R. K.
Baugh 277 x 300; 1st Marksman
J. D. McAdams 275 x 300 ; 2nd
Marksman, Bruce O. Buxton 270
Match No. 5 Aggregate scores
of matches 1, 2, 8 and 4. Winner,
G. G. Stokes 830 X 900; Expert,
R. K. Baugh 826 x 900; 1st Marks
man, j. d. McAdams 814 x 900;
2nd Marksman, W. J. Powell 791
Match No. 6 Center-fire tiatio tiatio-al
al tiatio-al match course, winner, I. N. Mc
Kee 283 x 300; Expert, F. H.
Smith 270 x 300; 1st Marksman,
C. E. Priest 246 x 300 ; 2nd Marks Marksman,
man, Marksman, J. D. McAdani 243 x 300.
Match No. 7 45 caliber national
match course, winner, I. N. Mc
Kee 271 x 300; Expert, R. K. Baush
256 x 300; 1st Marksman, J. D.
McAdams 246 x 300; 2nd Marks Marksman,
man, Marksman, Bruce O. Buxton 232 x 300.
Match No. 8 Grand Aggregate,
winner, I. N. McKee 1358 x 1500;
Expert, G. G. Stokes 1343 x 1500;
1st Marksman, J. D. "McAdams
1303 x 1500 ; 2nd Marksman, Bruce
O. Buxton 1252 x 1500.
The next pistol match will be
held Nov. 17.
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COLORFUL COI'IE Righthander Connie Johnson, the
st.-ikr-.out artist of the Baltimore Orioles, is "no stranger to
Panama baseball circles. Johnson, who will arrive here tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night with the Willie Mays All-Stars for a three-game se series
ries series with local teams, hurled for Chesterfield of the Pro League
several years ago. The tall fast-baller won 14 games and lost
11 last season, and had a 3.20 eamed-run-average. His 177
whiffs were tepped only by Cleveland's Early Wynn (184) and
Detroit's Jim Bunning (182).
Covington Was Nearly Taken
By Giants In Trade That Sent
Red Schoedienst To Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE, Wis. Except
for general manager John Quinn's.a hero, too. with his timely hitting
insistence that Wes Covington had
the potential to he an outstanding
power hitter, the brawny outfield
er might not have stuck with the
(Braves long enough to become a
World's Series hero. He wouia
have become a Giant instead.
Back in mid-June when the
Braves made their final pitch to
land Red Schoendienst from the
Giants, they almost had to tnrow
in Covington to make tne deal. The
Giants demanded that Wes be in
cluded as part payment for the
veteran second baseman. But
Sluinn, despite Covington's earlier
allures, 'refused to part with him.
Schoendienst was generally cred credited
ited credited with being the difference be between
tween between a pennant and another near
miss for the Braves. Thomson and
Crone were disappointments for the
Giants and while O'Connell did i
satisfactory job, he war and is no
What nobody knew at the time,
though, was that by making the
trade the Braves solved not only
their second base problem but that
in left field as well. Nobody was
sure, least of all the Braves, wheth whether
er whether Covington was ready for the ma major
jor major leagues.
In spring training and early in
the regular season, manager Fred
Haney made no secret of his disap disappointment
pointment disappointment with Convington. He
oenched the big youth midway in
the exhibition campaign, started
the season with Thomson in left
and, when Thomson proved inade inadequate,
quate, inadequate, gave the job to Chuck Tan Tanner.
ner. Tanner. Even as late aa the World's Ser
ies opener, Oct 2, there was talk
that Covington would be befuddled
by the shadows in vast. Yankee
Stadium. After the first two games,
though, even the most skeptical
were convinced that be could hold
hta own defensively His running,
oacenanded catch of Bobby Shantz'
drive in the second game was one
of the .greatest plays in Series history-
I talked to Jackie Robinson be
fore the Series togan," he said,
"and he told me to forget about
the shadows. He said if you are
lookin for them, you'il find 'em.
That helped a lot. The shadows are
there all right, but I just made up
my mind not to pay any attention
Covington; of course, was not the
only star of the Braves' monumen monumental
tal monumental victory. Lew iBurde!te was in a
class by himself with bis three pit
ing triumphs. Eddie Mathews was
H ueiu, iuv wuii 1119 ninety iiuiinj
and great fielding, and so was Aa
ron, with his .393 average and three
home runs, and several others.
But the chances are that the
Braves never would have made it
without the catches with which
Covington saved the second and
fifth games for Buraelte.
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Will Be Sykes
Edwin Sykes' superior height
and reach will be Toto Ibarra's
main" problem when the bantam bantamweights
weights bantamweights clash in a ten-rounder at at-the
the at-the .National Gym Sunday night,
Ibarra's trainer Alfredo Perez ad admitted
mitted admitted today.
Svkes.-who is tall for an Im
pounder, stands at five;foot nine
and one-half inches to Ibarra's
five-foot five inches, but Perez
said he was not too worried about
the four and one-half inch differ difference
ence difference because of the "satisfactory
manner" Toto has handled him himself
self himself against featherweight and
lightweight sparring partners se selected
lected selected for their height-
Perez revealed that concentra concentration
tion concentration has been placid en the bo body
dy body attack during workouts and
added that Sunday's strategy
cilli for Tote to pount away at
Sykts' midsection In th early
reunds and set him up for a ka kayo
yo kayo before tha tenth.
The lanky Sykes will not be the
At Central Spots
bleacher tickets which cost
$2.25 and are good for the
three-game series between the
Willie Mays All-Stars and lo local
cal local teams beginning at the
Olympic Stadium Saturday
night are being sold at Jark
Toppinr's Tailor Shop oppos opposite
ite opposite the San Miguel Church and
at the Iberia Restaurant on
Covered stand ticket for the
three games, and box neat du ducats
cats ducats are on sale at the office
of the stadium for $3.50 and
SALUTE TO rCOTBALL
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. (UP)
Universities and high schools
throughout the nation will join in
a salute to college football as part
of ceremonies observing National
Football Foundation and Hall of
Fame Week, Nov. 11-16. The cere
monies will be designed to em
phasize the value of football as
a character-builder and essential
part of education.
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tallest rival that Toto has ever
faced. As amateurs, Enrique, Pe Pe-rea,
rea, Pe-rea, who was kayoed by light light-weight
weight light-weight king Horacio Ottis in a
BROKB COLOR LINB
NEW YORK (UP) Ray Du Du-mont,
mont, Du-mont, who permitted a mixed
team of whites and Negroes to
represent Bismarck, N.D., in the
1953 National Baseball Congress
championship, will be honored
Jan. 31 at Atlanta, Ok., for his
contributions in breaking base
ball's color line.
TV FIGHT OKAYED
NEW YORK (UP) The New
York State Athletic Commission
has approved next Monday night's
TV fight at St. Nicholas Arena be between
tween between Frankie Ippolito of New
York and Tommy Tibbs of Boston.
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championship match last Sunday
night, decisioned TotoPm one bat battle.
tle. battle. But Toto evened the score the
next time around by copping the
verdict. Perea, measures at least
five-foot ten inches, 't 1 ;
Perez also gave the lie to talk
that Ibarra suffered a cut during
a recent glove session, The Cuban
explained that there was some
blood on the face of his 'charge
after some sparring over two
weeks ago, but it came from a
pimple which had become irritat.
Tete has been known t cut
very easily ever since his TKO
less to Byron Cumoerbateh seme :
two years ago. In that oncoun
ter he was given an UflOy gash
over an eye which has funded to
cp'tn in subsequent fiahts.
Ibarra bled profusely in hit
bout against bantamweight champ
last April. Bourne was awarded a
split verdict but Boxing Commis
sion officials later ruled "no-deci
'Dido' Watch To Be
lo Sunday's Victor
The winner of Sunday nicht'a
big ten-round fight between ban
tamwetgnts Toto Ibarra and Ed
win Sykes at the National Gym
will be given a 17-jewel "D i d oM
wrist watch by newsman radid
announcer Dave Constable, in
whose honor the program is be
ing held, it was reported today
This gesture will he different to
usual custom. In the past boxers
winning feature bouts have been
awarded trophies instead.
Constable said he believed that
from a practical standpoint I
watch is more appropriate.
Ibarra and Sykes probably a
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PHILLIPS Oeeanslde Cottages
'Santa Clara. Box 1W0 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phona Panama
1-1177, Cristobal 3-173.
K t, FOSTERS COTTAGES and large
i', beach house, on mil part Ca-
aloe. Phone ialboe 1866.
Baldwin'! fumishad irtmnH
at Santa Clara Baich. Telephone
Trim. Bilboa 1622.
Far raserveties) at Shrapnel's San Santa
ta Santa Clara, ale reoarainf aala of
property. Phn Thompion, Bal Bal-fcea
fcea Bal-fcea 1772.
'. FOR RENT i Spae far office.
Campania da Safura bulldina in
? Camp Aleare. Air canditionad,
r elevator, alaanarman, bia apaca
for parklm 26 Ml. Tal s-uiso.
Weehlna maabinot and refriaera refriaera-tera,
tera, refriaera-tera, eliehtly mad. Ixeeptionaltr
94 pricaa. PANAMA RADIO
CORPORATION. Central Avanua
7th Na. 9-U. Phana 2-1364.
FOR RENT Roam, suitable for
BHisinee purpose. Cantral Avo Avowee.
wee. Avowee. Phana 2-2211.
FOR RENT: Spacious chalet. 3
bedroom, with extra room,
auitable, for office or clinic,
with sops rate entrance. Can be
anytime during day. 43rd
Declares Red Bombs
Injured 13 GIs
' IAIOO, Vietnam, 0t. U (UP)
-President Ngo Dinh Diem blam blamed
ed blamed the Communists today for the
bombings which injured 13 Ameri American
can American military personnel in Saigon
if!;; A government communique sid
: f th Communists
! Hntara th Ct
i ; ference her and friendly relations
f. between tha United State and
1 I "All delegates to the Colombo
; Plan conference, like the Vietna Vietna-1
1 Vietna-1 met people, give no account to
, Communist criminals, who. under
. I tha sign of peaceful coexistence,
I '!are guided by hate and envy," it
Th communique said Vietna Vietna-'
' Vietna-' mesa youths who met at City
Halt to mark the first anniversary
'of th Hungarian revolt asked
TYiam in rnnvev their aDnlncie to
'tha American colony here for the
Americans stayed off the streets
nA hboa nr nnnla insiaan of hill-
' today to avoid being targets of
i mora attacM.
i 111 U. d, economic am mission,
which employes most of the 2,000
'Americans here, discontinued its
big passenger buses used to tran tran-port
port tran-port Americans between their
homes and mission headquarters.
i Police searched the American
community school for more time
bombs before allowing 300 Ameri Americans
cans Americans to attend classes.
i Reeesses outside the school
were staggered so that fewer pu pupils
pils pupils than usual were outdoors at
the same time.
NEW YORK (UP) Former
Army private G. David Schine,
who figured prominently in the
Army-McCarthy hearings in 1954,
was married to a former Miss
Universe yesterday. The 30-year-old
Schine, president of a hotel
and theater enterprise, was mar married
ried married to Miss Hillevi Rombin, 24,
who was Miss Sweden as well as
Mima Usivere in 1955.
29-2. Pru Avenu
; I GLORIOUS VOICE
ATTENTION. 0. I.I Jost baft
madam farniahad apartments, I,
2 badroom. bt. cold watat.
Phana Panama 1-491.
FOR RENT: Furniahad Mod Mod-darn
darn Mod-darn apartment, 6 cloiota, 2 bad
rooms, living room, dining room,
kitchen, porch, garaga. 46th St.
Eaat Na. 2-6T. Phona J -1423.
FOR RENT: A three-bedroom
apartment, with two bath living-dining
room, kitchen, maid'a
room with own bath, waihtubs,
garage, and hot water, facilities.
For further detail' cat Panama
3-1292, CIA DULCIDIO GON GONZALEZ
ZALEZ GONZALEZ N. S. A., or apply te tha
apartment No. 1 In Ave, Euiabio
A. Moralei No. 4. "El Cangrejo".
FOR RENTt Modem "Duplex"
two bedroom apartment. Fur Furnished
nished Furnished or unfurnlihed, near El
Panama Hotel In Campo Alca.ro.
Tel. 3-3379 or 2-2341.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apar apar-ment,
ment, apar-ment, dining and fitting room,
two porehei, maid'a quartan with
eervice, 46 street No. I. Phono
1-0351. Price $110.
FOR RENT i Modern I bedroom
apartment, 2 bathrooms, living,
diningroom, balcony, maid's
room with bathroom. Campo A A-legre
legre A-legre area. Tel. Panama 3-7192.
4 p.m. te 6 p.m. only.
FOR RENT: EL CANGREJO
THREE BEDROOM APART APARTMENT.
MENT. APARTMENT. COOL AND SPACIOUS.
AVAILABLE SOON. PHONE 3 3-7105.
7105. 3-7105. FOR RENT: Fumishad apart apartment,
ment, apartment, two bedrooms, living-don-ing
room, kitchen, back and
front porches. 45th street No. 2 2-241.
241. 2-241. Washing machines and refrige refrigerators,
rators, refrigerators, slightly used. Excep Exceptionally
tionally Exceptionally good prices. PANAMA
RADIO CORPORATION. Central
Avenue 7th No. 9-13. Phone 2 2-3364.
3364. 2-3364. FOR RENT: Army inspected
furnished, one bedroom apart apart-mont,
mont, apart-mont, all conveniences, 4th of
July Ave. Phono 2-20SI.
FOR RINTi Modem apart apartments
ments apartments In new building corner of
Tivoll Crossing. Apply same ad address
dress address for information from 4:30
to 6:00 p.m. Call 3-5469. ef ef-fice'a
fice'a ef-fice'a hours.
WANTED TO RENT: Apart Apartment
ment Apartment completely furnished for
six weeks commencing Nov. 1.
FOR RENTr Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished 2 bedroom apartment,
living room, dining room porch,
kitchen, maid'a room with bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, garage. El Cangrajo, Al Alberto
berto Alberto Navarro atreet No. 48.
FOR RENT:-Furnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 7th Ave. and la Cincuen Cincuen-tenario,
tenario, Cincuen-tenario, Coco del Mar. Tal. 3 3-2189.
2189. 3-2189. Quiet surrounding!.
NBC Prexy Says
Will Nix Free TV
PITTSBURGH (UP) Robert
W. Samoff, president of the Na National
tional National Broadcasting Co., said to today
day today that pay television "is' hostile
to the public interest."
"The oublic would have to nav
for entertainment now free; and
in the process might lose all the
other benefits of free television,"
Speaking at a lunch given by
William Block of WIIC, NBC's
newest television affiliate in Pitts
burgh, Samoff said that pay TV
would be able to use box office
revenue to outbid free television
for programs, even if the nav sys
tem had smaller audiences.
He said this would result in
movement of th major attrac attractions
tions attractions from free to pay television."
"Instead of beinp availahla tn
everyone without charge, the pro
grams would De available only to
the minority of the public willing
and able to pay for them," he
THAN FOR ANY OTHER
DIME YOU SPEND
CORKER DARIEX ST.
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INTERNAL. OK PUBUCACIONE8 No S Lottery Plan a CAM SALOO Central Ave. 41 UNHIDES PHARMACY-12 La CarraHullla PARMACI ,LOM ,LOM-BARDO
BARDO ,LOM-BARDO Ne 2S "B" Street MORRISON 4th of Jul. Av.V J St a) LEWIS SERVICK-Ave. ThroU No. 4 PARMAC1A ESI ADOS UNIDOS-14S Central Ave
ARMAC1A LUX 1S4 Central Avennt HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J Po. 4 la Ossa Ave. Mo. 41 FOTO DOMY Imtm Amemena Ave. and S3 St f ABMACIA
VAN-DER-JIS-4W Street Ne. SS PARMACIA EL BATURRO Pamno Lefovre t Street PARMACl "8AS--Vle Porroa 111 NOVEDADES ATI IB Baaldr
the Bella Vlste Theatre. COLON) Central Avonne IS.1SS ToL 412 f "'"
FOR SALE: Kenmore Wringer
type washer, cheap. Phona Al-
Washing machines and refrige refrigerators,
rators, refrigerators, slightly used. Excep Exceptionally
tionally Exceptionally good prices. PANAMA
RADIO CORPORATION. Central
Avenuel 7th No. 9-13. Phone 2 2-3364.
3364. 2-3364. FOR SALE: Kenmore and
Bandix automatic washers in
good condition. Phone 86-6102
FOR SALE: Large gas stove
with oven, $10.00. Double bed,
$20.00. Phone 3-2065.
(Across Banco Naclonal)
Gibraltar T.tfe Ins. Co.
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, 5 A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2-2451 22562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
: Riding ft- Jumping Classes daily
, 3 to 5 p.m. Phene 2-2451
at by appointment.
155 Central Ave.
Dr. GERALDO S. LEVI
East 34th St. No. 6-25
Across from the Lux Theater
Hours: 9 to 12 3 to 6
Tel. 3-3272 Panama
ror military and elvll service
personnel only In C.Z. write or
phone tor information Phil Wel Wel-ner.
ner. Wel-ner. General Agent Phone 1-47 SO
Box 3114 Panama.
NEW YORK President Eisen Eisenhower,
hower, Eisenhower, on government and private
enterprise: ". . In determining
government's proper role, we
must east aside any morbid pessi pessimism
mism pessimism about the capacity, of our
private enterprise system to gen generate
erate generate and maintain high levels of
employment, production and In Income."
come." Income." UNITED N A T I O N S," N. Y.
French delegate Jules Moch,
speaking in the disarmament de debate,
bate, debate, on the political situation in
his country: "French ministers
are not blessed with the qualify
WASHIGTON Rear Adm.
Rawson Bennett, chief of naval re research,
search, research, on Sputnik's launching
missile: ". .The Russians have
demonstrated only one thing. They
have a large engine. ."
CHICAGO Outgoing Teamster
Union President Dave' Beck, on
the union's place la the labor
movement: "We are very desirous
of staying In the AFL-CIO."
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. U.S.
Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge,
on the Syrian crisis: "While we
were working for peace last year
the Soviet Union was butchering
Hungary. All over the vofld they
are saying, 'last year ft was Hun Hungary;
gary; Hungary; this year it is STita'."
Tm. Cher, CMC, 'Macaw Jeep, etc
Ustixa availaMa on teaneet.
A few select territoriee for aaney
appointments are etill open
DTTL ACTO PAStTS COBP.
la W. 124th N T. It, N.T.
CaMo: "A MTaAD A VT O
For tha best Club-Plan, consult
PANAMA RADIO CORPORA-
TION. Central Avenue 7th Ne.
9-13. Phone 2-1364.
FOR SALE: 1956 MG, black,
low mi'leape, excellent condition.
Tivoll Motors, phone 2-4224 or
FOR SALE: 1956 Bulck, 4 4-door
door 4-door aedan, Special, radio and
heater, excellent condition.
$1850.00. Will consider small
car on trade. Tel. 17-5163 or
FOR SALE: 1950 Cadillac hard
top, freshly painted, duty paid.
$650.00. Ford two door 1946
alaa duty paid, $150.00. Call.
FOR SALE: 1950 Mercury,
tires, paint and body in excellent
condition. $399.00, will finance.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE; 15 SeaBABE, two
motors and trailer. Call Cristobal
Dodge Car Heiress
ST. THOMAS, Virgin Islands,
Oct. 24 (UP) Christine Cromwell,
37-year-old heiress to the Dodge
automobile fortune, and singer singer-disc
disc singer-disc jockey Raymond Asserson
Jr., her fourth husband, were
divorced here yesterday, court re
cords showed today.
bhe had sougnt the divorce on
grounds of incompatibility of
temperament" and Judge Herman
Moore signed a decree granting it.
Asserson, wno is known profes professional
sional professional as Bob Ellis, left bv nlane
this morning for Miami, Fla.
Under the terms of the divorce,
the granddaughter of the lata autn
maker Horace Dodge received -cus
toay oi their 3-year-old son, Elgin
Peter, and the right to resume her
Asserson has the right to visit
the boy or be visited by him at
"reasonable" times. He also took
possession of their residence at
3230 Morris Lane, Miami, a 1956
Cadillac car and a 1955 Ford
Miss Cromwell, known to her
friends as Cee Cee, and Asserson
were married in Key West, Fla.,
on Dec. 19, 1952.
She has been operating a night
club here until she receives a
The daughter of former diplomat
James Cromwell. Doris Duk'
first husband, last was in the news
when she sought unsuccesfully to
gei neany sn.ooo.OOO of her inhe inheritance
ritance inheritance two year ago.
All she received in that court
proceeding was $10,502. Two years
before that she had claimed she
was penniless, depite receiving
the income form $20,000,000.
REDODO BEACH, -Calif. (UP)
Violation flags on parking me meters
ters meters didn't bother motorists of this
beach community today. When the
city council drafted a new traffic
ordinance, someone forgot to in include
clude include parking meter regulations
Full command of the English language Imperative;
capable of translating Spanish text to English ad advertising
vertising advertising copy and of producing layouts with Idea
Please apply in writing for an appointment to a per -tonal
interview, detailing experience and previoui
employment. Pleaae give telephone numbers where you
can be reached.
The General Manager,
THE PANAMA AMERICAN PRESS, INC.,
Box 134, Panama-. R. P.
FOR SALE: 60 cycle Q, I.
refrigerator, automatic washer,
radio conaela and records plus
misc. items. 1955 Bel-Air. Must
be aold this weak 3-6125. Pa-
FOR SALE: Bandix automatic
washinp machine. Ilka pew. $45,
Phone 16 2145.
FOR SALE: HI-FI phenopraph,
three speed, RCA. Lose than year
aid. Excellent condition. $75.00.
FOR SALE: Beautiful Sohmer'o
Baby Grand plana, excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Ideal for dub,, school or
gracious heme. $775.00, worth
much more. Phene Balboa 1751
Washing machines anal refrigera refrigerators,
tors, refrigerators, slightly used. Exceptionally
good prices. PANAMA RADIO
CORPORATION. Central Avenue
7th No. 9-13. Phone 2-3364.
FOR SALE: Plana, Steinway
Grand, Rosewood $750.00; TV.
RCA, Vernon 24", $150.00;
refrigerator, 25 cycle Westing Westing-house,
house, Westing-house, $50.00; girls 26" bi bicycle,
cycle, bicycle, $15.00; ether household
furnishings. Call 4-6 p.m. Bal Bal-boe
boe Bal-boe 4250,
FOR SAL: Singing canariea
from the Canary Islands. Single
$10.00, pain $15.00. Phone 2 2-1957.
1957. 2-1957. FOR SALE: Small bench lathe
in good condition, $125.00.
Phone Panama 3-6993.
FOR SALE: Complete Marlin
Ring brand new. Call Ft. Gulick
P5NC Ship Sinks
Near Suez Canal
SUEZ, Egypt, Qct. 24 (UP)
A British cargo ship carrvine 86
crew members sank in the Rem
Sea yesterday after colliding
with a Belgian tanker 120 miles
south of the Sues Canal.
First radioed reports said there
were three "casualties" from the
British registered ship, "The
Shlllong,' an 8.93S ton cargo
vessel which slammed into the
tanker purfina Congo.
The Danish tanker Skotland,
one of several ships which rush
ed to the collision scene near Ai
Ashrafi Island, reported it pick
ed up from lifeboats 84 suvvlvors
from the Shillong, One Asian
crewmember from the Shillong
was picked up by the Purfina
Congo at the scene.
There was no explanation of
the fate of the other crewmem crewmember.
ber. crewmember. A spokesman for the P. and O.
Steam Navigation Co., owners of
the shlllonK, said in London two
persons were missing in the col collision.
lision. collision. He said he had no other
The Shillong sent out a series
of SOS messages alter ine fu fusion.
sion. fusion. It had passed through the
Suez Canal going south only
three hours tefore; heading; for
the Far East.
i The Purfina Congo, traveling
north, had been due here at the
southern terminus of the canai
3 -.Minute car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $6, waving of
cars $5. Auto-Bane, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
Far the beat In TV and electric
repairs, telephone: Panama 3 3-7607
7607 3-7607 U. S. Television. All service
C. O. D.
For tha bast Club-Plan, consult
PANAMA RADIO CORPORA CORPORATION.
TION. CORPORATION. Central Avenue 7th No.
9-13. Phana 2-3364.
The, bast dinner, and drinka
are served in our modern air air-conctitione
conctitione air-conctitione cafeteria grill and
bar." Hota International "Pla "Plata
ta "Plata S do Maya.
FORJALE: Career lot opposite
playground Paroue Lefevre, ex excellent
cellent excellent location. Good buy. In Inquire
quire Inquire No. 2196 Ria Abaje.
FOR SALE: Perfect. heuee ranch
style. 3 bedroom, 2-car garage,
maid'a roam, hot and cold wat water,
er, water, patio and barbecue shade and
fruit, trees, fence and yard 1200
meters. Las Cumbrea No, 611
6 .St. Telephone Las Cumbros,
Names No. 2 Man
TAIPEI, Oct. 24 (UP) Nation Nationalist
alist Nationalist China's Vice President Chen
Cheng was named No. 2 man in
the Kuomintang yesterday, making
him Chiang Kai-shek's heir appar
ent in both the government : and
the ruling party.
Chiang himself nominated the
60-year-old vice president and the
Kuomintang's eighth national con congress
gress congress immediately gave him rub
beT-stamp approval with un a a i i-mous
mous i-mous election.
r Chen's election to the newlv
created post of deputy director-
general came as the narty ended
its first" national congress in five
Creation of the new post is aim aimed
ed aimed at preventing a power strug struggle
gle struggle is the event of the 60-year-old
Chen was sent to Formosa as
governor in 1948 and could have
turned the island over to the Com
munists after the Nationalists, col collapsed
lapsed collapsed on the mainland. 1
Instead, Chen remained loyal
and held Formosa together as a
stronghold to which Chiang and
his troops retreated.
For Mrs. Spence
An apnreciative ffroun attended
the thenth anniversary reception
of the Junta Femenina de Benefi Benefi-cencia
cencia Benefi-cencia given in honor of the found founder,
er, founder, Mrs. Enith McLaine Spence,
at Hotel El. Panama last Satur Saturday
day Saturday night.
Guests enioved a sumntnns bnf.
fet prepared for the accasion and
served from a beautifully decorat decorated
ed decorated table. The musical background
was iurnisnea by Lucho Axearraga
and his orchestra.
After welcoming the guests and
louowing me presentation of cor corsages
sages corsages to past presidents, Mrs.
Louise Thomoson. the enauine' n.
sident presented Mrs. Spence with
a bouquet of reosebuds followed
by the reading of a scroll.
A gift from the members of the
Junta of a wrist watch was then
presented by Miss Vivian Witter
and a corsaee ninned on th hnno.
ree by Miss Doris Rodney.
Sedverse Markham cnnVa nn K.
half of the eommunitty.
Mrs. Spence replied to the tnast
and ia exoressine thank, for tha
many congratulatory messages re received,
ceived, received, pledged to continue serving
the community to the best of her
- This party ended 11:30 p.m.
$6.00 per hundred
varnish & paints
0 first: quality
' DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211 CRISTOBAL. CX
Far tha best' Club-Plan, consult
PANAMA RADIO CORPORA CORPORA-tion.
tion. CORPORA-tion. Cantral Avenue 7th No.
9-13. Phone 2-3364.
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Montana; Rain falls in East
CHICAGO, Oct. 24 (UP) The
season's first major snowstorm has
buried Montana under a foot ot
snow and dumped lighter amounts
across the Norther Plains.
. Forecasters predicted more snow
todayl n the Rockies south to Co
lorado and northeastward througn
Nebraska, the Dakotas and into
the northwestern Great Lakes.
The snow blew in on a cold air
wave that dropped- temperatures
to near zero in parts of the North Northern
ern Northern Plains. The coldest reading
reported early today was 4 above
. t :4 if. v
zero ai iwisium, .Bium.
...'V, -n in
' Montana was hardest hit by the
storm, which denosited an aver
age of one foot of snow through
out the state. The -accumulation
was expeetejd to reach as much
as 20 inches at higher elevations:
Highway crews kept roads open,
but chains were reouired to nego negotiate
tiate negotiate mountain passes.
The storm cau"- i. a. mny as
500 hunters in the Benckmark area
near Augusta. Mont., north of
Helena, but Sheriff: Dave Middle Middle-mas
mas Middle-mas said roads were in "Tood
shape" anrt the n to
leave the area without trouble.
Consamor's Cooperative .-
Will Moot Monday
The Third General Assembly
meeting of the Cooperative de Con Consumer
sumer Consumer Panama R. L. will be held
on Monday Oct. 28 at the Sojour Sojourner's
ner's Sojourner's Hall on "P"-St., above the
Apolo Theater,'' startin at 7:30
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' About 18 inches of snow fell on
the Bryce Canyon area, and lesser
amounts blanketed portions of tha
Dalotas, Wyoming and northwest
Wathermen warned. highway tra travelers
velers travelers and cattle ranchers in the
Plains States to take precautions
in view of the additional snowfall
In the warmer air to the south
and east, heavy rains pelted a
widespread area from the Great
Lakes sought into Texas and the
Gulf Coast states.
A line of several thunderstorms
noved though northern Texas and
Oklahoma, dousing San t Antonio
with a four-inch downpour that
flooded some 60 streets. 1
A small tornad ahit south of
Qeveland, Tex., damagihg three
homes and infuring at least ona
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Ourt for the District nf the Canal Zona.
this 23rd day of October, 1SS7
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WASHINGTON. Oct. 24
back into the spotlight dominated by Russia's Sputnik.
It capped a rapid-fire series of dramatic achievements in military science by
hurling a rocket at least 1000 miles and possibly farther into space.
This, as far as U. S. officials know, is the highest a man-made object has ever
Disclosure of the successful rocket shoot Monday from a balloon suspended Jiign
over Eniwetok atoll in the Pacific came last night.
The firing was the announced objective of the Air Force's Operation Farside
Which is believed attempting some day to reach the moon with a rocket.
While Mt a technical achieve-, the Atlantic fleet,
ment equal to the Soviet feat of A few minutes later came he
niacins a satellite into orbit a-announcement that a test rocket
round the globe, Farside gives aifor the U.S. garth satellite had
new lift to America's effort to been fired at Cape Canaveral and
,OffieiaHy the Pentagon con contends
tends contends this is no sudden campaign
to regain the psychological
ftnsivo. But the spate of an announcements,
nouncements, announcements, tied in with th
lifting of torn) secretary, has that
First the Army successfully fir fired
ed fired a 1500-mile Jupiter military
rocket at the Cape Canaveral, Fla.,
test center Tuesday night and
reported it landed in the target a a-rea.
rea. a-rea. Coupled with thi was the dis disclosure
closure disclosure that hereafter the Defense
Department will tell more about
the firing of big missiles at Cape
Canaveral and thus give the world
more details about U.S. military
Tbn defense secretary Nell
H. McElroy revealed to report reporters
ers reporters yesterday the U. S. Navy
now has atomic depth charges
aboard some of the prfanes in
Doctor Who Put
Curare To Use
Wins Nobel Prize
STOCKHOLM, Oct. 24 (UP) -Dr
Daniel Bovet, th.3 world-famous
Swiss-born pharmaeolo.eist, today
was named winner of the 195 7
Nobel Prize for Medicine.
The 50-year-old Bovet w select selected
ed selected for the $40,000 award hv the
Caroline Medico-Cliirurgical Insti Institute,
tute, Institute, Sweden's main medical col college,
lege, college, primarily for his success in
developing the dreaded Indian cu curare
rare curare poison for medical use.
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Into Space Race,
In just two days the
Hopeful News Heartens US, British
Leaders As Air Force Rocket Soars
WASHINGTON, Oct. 24 (UP) (UP)-Talks
Talks (UP)-Talks between President Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower and British Pjrime Miniter Ha Harold
rold Harold Macmillan resumed today in
a possibly more hopeful mood
due to a sudden burst of U.S. mil military
itary military achievements including a 1,-000-4,
000-mile rocket shoot.
Diplomatic sources reported
meanwhile, that the two leaders
are considering asking other na nations
tions nations to join in pooling scientific scientific-military
military scientific-military information as a trump
card in the East-West race for
nuclear and space superiority.
Eisenhower and Macmillan be began
gan began talks last night on scientific
unity. Their first jonference began
at 6 p.m. and conc'uded at 9:30
p.m. There was no announcement
of what took place. Further taUs
were scheduled today.
Close attention is being paid to
the war-jittery Middle East and a
From Asian Flu
NEW, YORK, Oct. 24 -(UP)
School official slammed doors
shut on the Asian flu virus today
with thousands of-new cases re reported
ported reported and the death toll slowly
Following the pattern begun last
sunimer, Asian flu made heaviest
inroads in institutions for the re retarded
tarded retarded where defenses already
Despite emergency stopgap mea-j
sures, calls lor aauiuonai nciy,
and accelerated vaccination pro programs,
grams, programs, the ilu has now claimed
more than 270 lives.
At the Dixon, II!., School for the
Mentally Retarded, two new
deaths Tuesday brought the epi epidemic
demic epidemic total to nine. And 70 new
cases were reported among the
A 12th death was reported at the
Pennhurst School for the Mentally
Retarded near Philadelphia, and a
similar California institution has
reported the death of nine in inmates.
mates. inmates. Nine-Year-Old Dies
Officials at the Southers Colony
Training School near Union Grove,
Big Typhoon 'Judy'
Aims Killer Winds
Right For Okinawa
NAHA, Okinawa, Oct. 24 (UP)
Powerful typhoon Judy, packing
winds up to nearly 200 miles an
hour, aimed straight at the heart
of this U.S. Pacific bastion today.
Nearly one million Okinawans
battened down in the face of the
biggest strom, of th? year.
Judy's 'power surpassed the
strength of a dozen H bomhs
At 4 p.m. its center was 360 miles
woutheast of Okinawa, moving nort
west at 18 miles an hour.
This was a giant killer 350 miles
across and the latest fix made by
the weather warning center show
ed it was moving dead on this
903 AAA Battalion Holds
nactivation Orders Read
The 903rd AAA Battalion held' its
last review parade today at t h e
artillery quadqangie in Fort Clay Clayton.
ton. Clayton. The battalion will be inacti inactivated
vated inactivated is a few months.
Reviewing officers for the pa parade
rade parade were Col. Walter Killilae,
commanding officer, 65th AAA
Group, andLt. Co1. M. F Moucha,
commanding officer, 9-3rd AAA
Maj. John B. White Jr.. execu executive
tive executive officer of the 903rd. served as
the commander of troops with
Maj.-rrantt j. janse, ist. u uar
net G. Vintes and 1st Lt. Frank
B. Plencner as his staff.
Official guests included Maj.
Gen. Thomas I. Harrold, com-
United States has leaped
Still later it was revealed that
a small guided missile, the Bo Bo-marc,
marc, Bo-marc, also was launched at Cana
veral making three identified
firings in less than 24 hours.
careful review of Soviet intentions
around the globe, as well as the
issue of East-West military and
Russia's decision to send one of
its top military commanders to
take charge of Soviet troops on
the Russian-Turkish border, an announced
nounced announced eysterday, was consider considered
ed considered likely to come up in the dis discussions.
cussions. discussions. iBritish diplomats were
reported gravely concerned about
appointment of Red Army Marshal
Konstantin Rokossovsky to what
previously was deemed a minor
The dramatic firing of the Air
Force rocket to 1,000-4,000 miles
over the Pacific was almost cer certain
tain certain to create a new surge of op optimism
timism optimism in the ability of the Unit United
ed United States and the West to match
or outstrip Russia int he race for
As Death Toll
Mounts In US
Wis., reported the flu has cropped
up in 13 of the 14 cottages on the
grounds, and Asian Flu complica complications
tions complications have taken the life of a 9-year-old
A United Press Count across the
nation and its territories showed
that as of midnight Tuesday 272
deaths could be attributed to Asian
flu, other types of influenza, and
complications from both of the ill illnesses.
nesses. illnesses. New York state's 57 deaths
topped the nation, followed by
Pennsylvania with 52, California
with 29, and Michigan with 27.
Elsewhere, deaths in Louisiana
numbered 21, Illinois 15, Colorado
10, Wisconsin, Hawaii and Ohio, 9
each, Iowa 8, Utah 7, Kentucky 6,
3 in New Jersey and Indiana, 2 in
Connecticut, and 1 each in Ari Ari-zosa,
zosa, Ari-zosa, Oklahoma, Oregon, Washing Washington
ton Washington and the District of Columbia.
The disease had increased so in
some states it was easier to get
the picture in term of percent percentages,
ages, percentages, 15 per cent affected in Colo Colorado
rado Colorado and 7 per cent in Wyoming.
.New State Tot I
Connecticut reported 5,587 new
cases Tuesday morning, bringing
the state total to 62,629.
Flu closed 13 schools in Okla Oklahoma,
homa, Oklahoma, including the Oklahoma
City suburb of Midwest City where
1,700 students were out. There was
some talk of holding Saturday
classes in the future to rake up
There were also 25 schools
closed in Texas and one private
women s college, and 7,500 stu
dents were absest from Little
Rock, Ark. schools Tuesday. In ad addition,
dition, addition, five regulars and 17 fresh freshman
man freshman football players were down
with flu at the University of Ar Arkansas.
kansas. Arkansas. In Cali'ornia, where there was
heavy criticism of the slow deli delivery
very delivery of vaccine, a bitter note was
sounded by the superintendent of
the Porterville School for the Men Men-ta'ly
ta'ly Men-ta'ly Retarded where nine died.
Dr. James T. Shelton said the
Public Health Service in Washing Washington
ton Washington announced a big vaccine ship shipment
ment shipment to California just as the
school's epidemic began to wane.
manding general, U. S. Army Ca Caribbean,
ribbean, Caribbean, and Mrs. Harrold; Brig.
Gen. Milton L. Ogden, the deputy
commanding general and Mrs.
Ogden; and Col. J. R. Russ, com command
mand command chief of staff, and Mrs. Russ.
Persons decorated during the
ceremonies included Sgt. 1-C Billy
J. Mcintosh, A Battery, 903rd Bat Battalion,
talion, Battalion, who received a letter of
commendation; and Sp3 Donald J.
Martin. Sp3 Robert E. Chambliss
and Sp3 Garcia Gonzalez, all of
Headquarters Battery, 903rd Batta
lion, received good conduct med-
Inactivation orders were read by
C.W.O. Ben H. Dooley, battalion
The Rev. Father Charles J.
Slate Of Candidates Soon
Members of the election commit committee
tee committee for the Pacific Civic Council
said today that they felt they had
one of the "finest slates of candi candidates"
dates" candidates" to present to the commu community
nity community that they haye had in many
Names of the candidates will be
announced within a few days, they
The Council has received the
hearty endorsement of Gov. Potter
who recently stated that he hoped
there would be a very large
vote" for the candidates of the'
various civic councils this year.
The Pacific Civic Council has
been in existence since 1937. It is
a participating agency in the U
nited Fund Drive, but requests on
ly enough money for such things
as awards for ROTC and, sponsor
ship of one boy and one girl to
Boys' and Girls' State each year.
It has six principal members
and three alternates from each
ward: Los Rios, Balboa, Diablo
Heights, and Ancon B a 1 b o a
The Council meets once a month
is the Board Room of the Admin Administration
istration Administration Building. The meetings
are always open to the public.
The members discuss items of
community interet; and recom recommendations
mendations recommendations are made to the pro proper
per proper Canal Zone authorities.
During 1956, the Pacific Civic
Council requested the following i-
tems: 1, Medical kits for use by
doctors on fire engines sent out
on emergency calls, 2, Shuttle bus
service at Gorgas Hotapital, and
3, One charity drive yearly.
Rep. Blatnik, Home From Yugoslavia;
Says Aid-Cutting Would Help Kremlin
WASHINGTON, Oct. 24 A De Democratic
mocratic Democratic Congressman just back
from a trip to Yugoslavia declar declared
ed declared today cutting o U
that country would be playing di directly
rectly directly into the hands oi ine nui nui-lin.
lin. nui-lin. The United Slaes has tentative tentatively
ly tentatively decided to cut back future aid
to the communist nation because
of a series of Yugoslav actions
displeasing to this country, it was
Rep. John A. Blatnik (D-Minn),
a member of the House Foreign
Affairs Committee who recently
toured Yugoslavia, said such a
step would result in "exactly what
Russia wants but cannot do by
Blatnik said it is a primary
aim of Russia to try to suck Yu Yugoslavia
goslavia Yugoslavia back into the Soviet orbit
or isolate her completely. Yugosn
lavia might be forced to move
closer to Russia if American aid
no longer is forthcoming, Blant Blant-nik
nik Blant-nik said.
He said Yugoslav Marshal Tito
wants to "offset the pulls' toward
Soviet Russia and the United
States should set up "counter "counter-pulls."
pulls." "counter-pulls." The Congressman urged a new
approach in U. S. dealings with
Yugoslavia. He called for a pro program
gram program of cultural exchanges and
increased emphasis on economic
trade asd aid.
Blatnik said the Yugoslav were
mainly interested in trade and
economic aid and military aid is
secondary to them.
The United States tentative de decision
cision decision to trim Am""'"- -:
goslavia is a result of Marshal Ti Tito's
to's Tito's recognition o
East Germany, it was learned.
The action was disclosed shortly
after the State Department an announced
nounced announced that it was "re-appraising"
military and economic aid
programs to the Tito government
Department spokeman Lincoln
White said as far as he knew no
"final" decision had been reached.
- But it was learned elsewhere
that a tentative decision had been
MOP STRINGS AID ESCAPE
CLEARWATER, Fla. (UP) Pi Pi-nella
nella Pi-nella County Sheriff Sid Saunders
said today three prisoners escaped
his "escape-proof" jail by sawing
through bars with mop; strings.
Saunders said he thought each bar
contained a hard steel core which
was supposed to turn whea pres
sure was exerted with a hacksaw
or file. But the bars were cut. and
the three prisoners got out. The
escapees used strings from a mop
in lieu of a hacksaw or file. They
coated the trings with cleaning
powder to act as an abrasive.
Richards, Fort Ciaytori p t
chaD'ain. eav the invocation.
Un.ts of the 903rd which partiei-j
pated in the parade included Head- j
quarters Battery, commanded I by
1st Lt. Harry A. Bai'ey Jr.; Ai
Battery, commanded by 1st Lt.
Carl A. Pearson Jr.; and B. Bat Battery,
tery, Battery, commanded by 1st. Lt Mau-
rice E Kinnett. Participating units j
from the 764th AAA Battalion
were C Battery, commanded by;
Capt Walter L. Baker Jr.; and,
D Batterv, commanded by Captj
William E. Behan.
The 903rd AAA Battalion was ac-'
tivated Sect 15. 1943. it Fort
Clayton by a Panama Canal De-1
During 1957 they asked for: 1,
Widening of :Tavernilla Street In
Balboa, 2, Playground below "Fish
Bowl Area" in Ancon, 3, Pay bus
transportation for students for
whom the free bus transportation
was not available, and, 4, Addition Additional
al Additional parking facilities at Gorgas Hos Hospital.
In addition to the above items,
the Council has, had partial suc success
cess success in, cutting down Albrook flights
over Balboa High school area. It
has given the Administration assist
ance in surveys of housing require requirements
ments requirements and for several years it has
also requested a cafeteria and au
ditorium for Balboa High School
and the Canal Zone Junior Col
Elections will be held In all
communities on Tuesday, Nov.
The elpptinn Mmmlfu' Afincfof.
ing of Roger C. Hackett", chair
man, w. h. ussnnger, Walter K.
Lindsay, Mary S. Brigham, and
David -A. Spier, has secured can
didates from each town, chosen
the polling places, and made oth other
er other preparations for the election.
The committee plans to acquaint
the public with the candidates by
means of a series of brief sketch sketches
es sketches that will be called: "Know
Your Pacific Civic Council Candi Candidates
dates Candidates from Los Rios" (And other
The committee also plans to ac acquaint
quaint acquaint the public in a similar man manner
ner manner with the 12 carry-over mem
bers ol the Pacific Civile Council
who have no more year to serve
The first of these two series of
sketches will be released shortly.
made to cut back American help.
It was possible that all aid could
be cancelled in the final decision.
The "re-appraisal" announced
by White presumably deals with
speciiic steps to be taken and
Informed sources indicated the
United States would halt all mili military
tary military aid not already in the pipe pipeline,
line, pipeline, including jet planes. Wh)le
said, however, that previously
planned military shipments would
be sent to the Tito government.
As for economic aid, indications
were the United States would sell
Yugoslavia more surplus farm
products. But forthcoming nego negotiations
tiations negotiations on such help, scheduled
for Belgrade, probably will, be de delayed.
layed. delayed. No date has been announc announced
ed announced for the taiks.
This country also has informed
some ot its Wesiern ailies about
its thoughts on trimming the Yu Yugoslavia
goslavia Yugoslavia program.
White told reporters that the
program was being re-appraised
"in the light of recent develop developments."
ments." developments." He said the ''various as aspects
pects aspects of this matter" would be
discussed With the Yugoslavs, but
he did not know exactly when.
While White did not say so spe specifically,
cifically, specifically, the U.S. decision stem stemmed
med stemmed from Tito's recent recogni recognition
tion recognition of the Communist puppet
regime of East Germany. West
Germany broke off diplomatic re relations
lations relations with Yugoslavia as a result
of the move. The action drew U.S.
The Yugoslav aid program has
been under fire from some Ro-pub-lican
congressiosal leaders ever
since its inception. Sen. Styles
Bridges (R-N H) said after Tito's
recognition of East Germany that
all forms o! aid to Yugoslavia
should be cut off immediately.
The opposite tack was taken by
Rep. Blatnik. He said aid should
be continued lest the United States
eliminate all hope for loosening
Russia's grip over satellite nations.
Soviet Defense Minister Georgi
Zhukow was reported to have of offered
fered offered Russian arms to Yugoslavia
during a Belgrade visit last Week.
Tito was said to have declined.
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A NIGHTMARE TRTALOF DOUBT AND FEARt
As Riotous Crowds Nix Elections Results
GUATEMALA CITY, Oct.
maai today. 1
The Junta was headed by Col. Oscar Men doza Acurdia, with Cols. Gonzalo Turrlta, Novo
and Roberto Lorenzana as the other members. ,
The decision to dissolve the provisional government of President Luis Gomalei Lopn
was made after several hours of discussion at Army high command headquarters. The junta
men iook over me government
Mendoza. the head of the ruling
junta, was undersecretary of Na National
tional National Defense.
The move by the military
came after riotous crowds
threatened to torn the streets
of Guatemala into a battle battleground.
ground. battleground. Shortly before the army acted,
mobs broke up an emergency ses;
sion of Congress which was call
ed last night to act on a move by
President Gonzalez to throw out
the results of last Sunday' disput disputed
ed disputed elections.
The mob action prevented Con Congress
gress Congress from acting on the provision provisional
al provisional government's resolution
Deputies were trapped within
the chamber by the demonstrators
who showed no inclination of leav-
Jay ne Mansfield
To Battle of Busts
MILAN, Italy, Oct. 24 (UP)
Jayne Mansfield arrived in the
land of Gma Lollobrigida -and
Sophia Loren last night and ran
straight into a challenge to match
measurements with a 23-year-old
Starlet Angela Guy stole the
show at Jayne's press conference
by rushing into the salon at the
Gallia Hotel and stripping off her
long fur coat.
Underneath, the blonde starlet
wore only filmy black lingerie over
"I challege you, Jayne Mans
field, to show your measure measurements,"
ments," measurements," she yelled: "I will bet
mine are better than yours."
They are not.
Aneela's meager though shape
ly 37.22-37 would have been small
time stuff beside Jayne's Vaunted
43-20-39 if Miss Mansfield; had
heeded the challlenge..
As it was she hardy got a chance
to see the interloper as newsmen
and photographers clamored for
Just as Angela was beginning to
strip again for newsreel photog
raphers, a posse ot not policemen
charged into the salon ana nusuea
the starlet out to a waiting plice
"Please tell me what happened,"
Miss Mansfield said palamtively.
"I only heard a lot of shouting
in the midst of a lot of photograph photographers."
ers." photographers." When the furore died down
Jayne went on with her glamor
CHARLOTTE, N C. Oct. 24 24-(UP)
(UP) 24-(UP) An entrant in a contest
sponsored by a local newspaper
to give Sputnik an American
name sugaested it be dubbed "Ci "City
ty "City Council."
His reasoning was: 1. It goes
aroun in circles. 2. No one seems
to be quite sure how it works 3.
It makes silly noises. 4, Often it
seems not so bright.
CZECH'S SEIZE. TWO
VIENNA (UP) Prague Radio
announced last night the ar arrest
rest arrest of-two "spies" who allegedly
worked for Western intelligence
services. The broadcast said Mar Martin
tin Martin Schmitt and his wife of Prague
were seized by Czech police on
charges of spying for the British
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Colonels Take Oyer Country
14 (UP) A three-man military
ing in spite of. the 9 p.m. curfew
imposed underUhe state of siege.
At least sfouy persons were re reported
ported reported killed In two days of clash clashes
es clashes between police and supporters
of presidential candidate Gen. Mi
guel ldigoras Fuentes since Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Mfl'!nv' ('' ;''U v.,
Idigora had charged the elec-
Cuban Army Stages
To Crush Revolt
HAVANA, Cuba, Oct. 24 (UP)
Cuban Army forces are starting a
massive buildup in an apparent
all out drive to stamp out the
flames of revolt in Oriente Pro Province
vince Province where 12 persons were kill killed
ed killed early this week in a gun-fight?
ing vendetta it was learned to today.
day. today. '
Army troops and rebel support'
ers in Bayamo, Oriente, clashed
in a free-for-all- that resulted in
the death of 10 civilians and two
The fight started when two sus suspected
pected suspected civilian spies were slain by
army men and tbeir rebel friends
"executed" two soldiers in retalia retaliation.
tion. retaliation. Garrison troops thereafter
"liquidated" the civilian elements
in the Oriente Province town
known to be friendly to the "26th
of July Movement."
Betwen 3,000 and 4,000 army
and navy regulars have been
massed in the Holguin area of the
province in recent weeks, sources
said. They were described as ex exercising
ercising exercising around-the-clock pressure
on Fidel Castro's rebel forces, es estimated
timated estimated at about 400 men.
Reports from Santiago said that
travel along the south coast of
Oriente to the west has been lim limited
ited limited sharply. No civilian traffic is
permitted beyond certain points.
The entire' orovince has been
placed under military control. The
navy controls tne soutn ana me
army the north.
WASHIGTON, Oct. 24 (UP)
The next invention to appear in
supermarkets may be a machine
to pui me linger uu uut u
Such a device was displayed at
the annual meeting of the Na National
tional National Association of Food Chains,
along with an automatic bag filler
and a hamburger patty maker.
CaLed a security check register,
the machine is a microfilm cam camera
era camera with a wide angle lens which
photographs, a check casher, his
check and identification card all
at the same time. f
If it turns out to be a bum check
the manufaturer of the-J register
distributes thousands of Copies of
the picture to police agencies
throughout the country.
. Reuben Lederman register vice
president,' said more than one bil billion
lion billion dollars in bum checks are
cashed each year, particularly in
supermarkets, liquor stores and
But he said the practice has
been stopped in places where reg registers
isters registers have been installed in the
New Yofki area.
"It works two ways," he said.
"If a guv tries to pass a bum
check and is mugged by the regis
ter, we put him away. But mostly
no one would try to pass a bum
check if he sees the register on
Nobody knew he had a
girl liof even
as 2,-.v;-)'-o. y
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junta aelzed control of Guate-
i II, "1 ' v k
Hons, fn which government ear
didate Miguel Ortii Passarelll
claimed victory. -were "fraudw
bmt" and urged his followers t
demonstrate Until the elections
iwere, detcared .invalid, t, j ..w,-,..
Gonzalez Lopez sent the resolu.
tion to Congress shortly after de
fense minister Col. Juan Francises
uuva requested, the action. Oliva
wamed the arm v itself wn "wm.
tag? to order the new electlona ta
ena tne crisis. ,v
Oliva's j request was received
with approval by ? the street
crowds. However, a number of rli-
oroers erupted and,. police were
forced to intervene: ;- & i
inousands of persons marched
on Congress to demand the depu
ieo apyruve we resoiuuon ana al also
so also lift the 30-day state pf liege
imposed Tuesday. s--V- :c
They crowded; into the galleries
and overflowed into the corridors,
drowning out the attemnte of th.
deputies to debate the eovernmant
A B0U1UUUU, t .'. -. .. I
To Junk ROTC
MADISON, Wis.; Oct. 24 (UP)i
The University of Wisconsin Stu
dent benate last night voted 27-3
to do away with ROPTC on the
campus. s y t
The Senate, which represents all
university, students will seek fa.
utty and state legislative action, to
eliminate compulsory military
training. ,( ....,;; i, '.?.?-: .-.';.;
Don Hoffman, Elm Grove, Wia.,
Senate president, said th action
was taken because "ROTC is con
trary to tne established principles
of democratic i education .at,; the
Hoffman galdV students ; inould
be free to choose their conrtM.
At present, all 'Wisconsin male?
Students must take two years v. Of i
Reserve Officer Training- .Corps
studies as part-of their curricu curriculum.
lum. curriculum. It would, require act of the'
8?st"-'::ling the system.!
- "What good does it do. to learn
how to do a. 'left face' ( or polish
brassp' David Meissner of Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee aid.. ".'That doesn't 'on
iriDuie to .my education, ,5,.
Murad Geneozian. Racln. Win.
said, "I don't feel like wearing an
American nag or oeing. a super
pamoi. 1 .,,),
In view of Defense Department
manpower cutbacks, Gengozian
said, the argument 'we should be
prepared for wardoei not, hold
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