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AN INDEPENDENT l HeS DAILY NEWSPAPER V
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"Let th people know the truth and the country Is gafe' Abraham Lincoln,
y '-M?i'jr. :'A' v. .' ;: nn
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is 'toeartafc f whatevfir-it-ls fit
for -qaeen, and fair enough
too because Eleanor is a can can-flitfite
flitfite can-flitfite to tie queen of the Tee
,na Ball Oct. 8. You'd like her
tor Queen? JTnen Just.jut.
Tiertt Ball ticket, and vot for
J TClpanor: '".y
One IShip: Puts
Irv' i ; v;. rsvL.-aiUy f.camel0rwaW aet.ee.,
The pionthty record for ocean oceangoing
going oceangoing commercial ships going
through the. Panama Canal es-
tablisbed In August Was short short-lived.
lived. short-lived. -The-' former' record vas
broken, by the October trafffcilit
' was announoeo; today at Bajboa
Heights, i ..." v'-i
There' were. 813 transits by
. ocean-going ships in October,
one iftore" than the old matk f
812 transits fast August
SSSrJS r rSSJ
Ciirt.iV tnmidt qtahihed
mercial transits estaonsnea
new record for the. correspond
inn montrr of tne year.''-
Iri the past' 12-month period,
only one month, last i February,
failed to exceed -former records
forKt&e- 'correspondinpt month.
There 'were 673 'transit last
February,, jusfc under the Feb February
ruary February eeord of 681 transits set
in 19$6? T
v' -. 1
Tolls' on .commercial traffic
have established new monthly
records f or their- corresponding
period lor the past ,12 months,
it Is-expected that .last month
will- also set a new October mark,
although figures on tolla will not
be ; lully complied lor several
days yet, (;' v
Iritis Report liead;
Pribr To Launching
WASHINGTON, "Nov, : 1 itlPT
- The Central Intellieence Agen-
S cy -assistant" director warned
onlr a few. hours before Russia
launched its earth satellite that
; .it might Jianpert --"at any time,"
v, it was disclosed Hdday.
?-. The 'prediction'' was made hy
the CIA's Dts Herbert Scoville
Jr on Oct 4 at a clewed meet meeting
ing meeting on .the President's commit committer
ter committer on scientists and -engineers.,
vlt presumably was the basis of
the White House statement the
next datf. that-President Elsen
hower- was not surprised by the
i : ScovUle's- report said "it
: wouldn't .surprise' us" if Russia
announcedvthe launching of a
' satellite at any time.- and; "we
xnun oe prepared ior it.
"There ha beer no Publicity
about the Russian earth satel
lite," he- said. They wont an announce
nounce announce anything until they have
U ud mere
a. . ...
The report also said tJ5. lri-
teiiipence did not know whether
Russia had fired an mterconti-
nfriUl.talnsUc missile as of Oct.
4 b it it conceded that Moscow's
ICEM cJaims might be true.
Assassination Probe Left
r$ Police Bqsi
A. former chief of the
today that the investigation
was taken out of his hande
after, the President was shot.
JorgeL. Alfaro, who headed the Secret Police until
Aug. 13, 1955, testified that he felt "ignored" and that
&II his detectives did were taken order and make arrests.
Alfarowat the first witness to appear on the stand
this morning as the trial of Ruben 0. Miro and six others
entered its 1 2th day. :
Martin t Lipstein, the American schoolteacher who
was arrestee!' as a suspect the day after the assassination
and Jater released, was the main topic during the question-
ing of witnesses called by
No af ternoonession was held
yesterday as jutor Teresa topez
Grati one of the two women on
the Jury, took Bl with a nerv nervous
ous nervous disorder and! had to be con confined
fined confined to her quarters,
Miss Lonez seemed to have
recovered enough this morning
to take her place nyjene ury s
box" m t'? ,,
Under questioning by Esco Esco-bar,
bar, Esco-bar, Alfaro recounted ihe de details
tails details of Llpstein'l arrWal ; In
Panama his arwst at Toco Toco-men
men Toco-men airport on Jan. 3i 1955 and
Xipstein's. identification by.
in the newspaper to civcr bim
an alibi for thjne for the
killing, f- i
Further questions fcy Escobar
brought out the fact athat when
detectives arrived 'at! the scene
of the assassination fcbout 3000
people were there and .that some
people had taken shells- and
cartridges found in the area as
souvenirs. .. I
An objection, by Escbbaf to a
question put to Alf ard by Dis District
trict District Attorney Francises Alvara Alvara-do
do Alvara-do Jr. during the cross-examin
ation was upnem by J uage An Angel
gel Angel Vitelio de Gracia. The ques question
tion question concerned the number' of
wounds Alfaro-saw on Remon's
; Next witness.wa, Night udge
a Antonio A. Santamaria, Who saw
a,. niavfn. Hnminn n
he was playing dominoes near!
the presidential box when tne
attack was made' on President
Remon and his party at the
Juan Franco-racetrack. $ -.
Santamaria couldn't remember
details when questioned by Es Escobar.
cobar. Escobar. Asked whether swimmer
Danjlo Sousa, who was killed at
the racetrack with bulletstOf a
different caliber to the 4 ones
which killed the Presidents and
others, was standing, 'or sitting
when he was shot. Santanjaria
said he couldn't remember! be because
cause because he only took "a duick
look' j I
j "It was quite aommotion.
If you were there you wouldn't
have been able to tell either,
the witness told Escobar.
Escobar smilingly said, "u I
'was there. I probably woaid
have been hit by. one tf ttie
ballets." v 'i i ,"'
After insisting to Escobar
that he could not give precise
By London Bank
Blamed On Govt.
LONDON, Nov. 1 (UP) ; i
private bank today blamed gov
ernment ', economic policy ana
government bonds for forcing
it to stop withdrawals by its
The Ideal Bank. serving the
industrial midlands, told deposi-
tori uey couia make no more
withdrawals until further notice.
No English bank has been forced
to take such a., stest ince the
financial crisis of 1929.
Managing director Wilfred
Griggs blamed, the government's
restrictions on credit and the
introduction of premium savings
bonds.- .' -. .,'"- J' j r a
He said the government bond
lottery --holders if v bonds" take
part each month in a draw for
$2,00 prizesbad persuaded de depositors
positors depositors to put their money into
bonds rather than banks.
As a result, Griggs said, with with-drawala
drawala with-drawala from his bank had bea
considerably in excess of deposits
in the last year.
It s U government Bolirv
which is to biame for all this1
Joe said, i
cret Polc testified
5, 1955, three days
defense lawyer Felipe J.
details on anything, Santamaria,
under cross-examination, indi indicated
cated indicated to the district attorney
ano tne jury the : approximate
spots on a picture where Presi President
dent President Remon and others who died
as a result of the attack were
standing when the first bullets
were nred," ;.
Also appearing on the stand
this morning were Lt. Gaspar
Suarez, who was in charge, of
the National Guard detachment
at Tocumen In 1955, and defeat defeated
ed defeated 1958 presidential candidate
Victor J". Govtla. . u y.-.
ilscobat's queatlons'fo Suarez
oeare entirely With tne arrest of
iLipstein and the security meas-
tne assassination. vt
tEscobar was the only defense
lawyer to take active participa participation
tion participation jn this morning's session.
,.AU the witnesses who came to
the stand were summoned by
thevlawyerwho is deiendina
Mrs. Castro: Suarez. Accused of
harboring, a criminal.
. Yesterday, former cadet .Tos
1L Tejada 4 complained 4o the
judge that he was being humi humiliated
liated humiliated and intimidated by carcel
Modelo director MaJ;' Jose M. Pl Pl-nilla.
nilla. Pl-nilla. Tejada also charged that
nis arm pad been twisted by
papt. Manuel j. Hurtado. ;
;. jrinuia aeniea tne ensrge ana
declared that Tela da had been
b nervous anfl difficult ever
Since mechanic Alfonso F. By
rams had identified him as the
man he saw running- pear the
nan Franco racetrack,, on the
nitht Of the asaasainatlOM
;? The Judge notified fejada that
if he wanted to press charges
neiore tne Attorney General a-
gamst Pimiia, he would be given
every opportunity to do so.
: CZ Civic Council Election Slates
s '. t
!- Residents of Canal Zone civilian communities cast their first ballots today in the. elec election
tion election of Civic Council officers for the coming year.
Elections will be hejd today and tomorrow in Gatun. Rainbow City will conduct Its elec election
tion election tomorrow. Residents in the six other community areas having council representation will
name their officers next Tuesday.
f Officially there are 15 separate. Zone communities having a total of 10.800 adults and
A The role the Councils play in the life of the Zone communities has increased signifi signifi-catntly
catntly signifi-catntly during the past year. Gov. W. E. Potter meets monthly with council officers.
At tne meetings tne Governor presents -Company-Government policies and plans while
the elected representatives make known the desires and Viewp6ints of the people.
For instance, in connection with the demolition of : I Rnra. it was arraneerf thrnurtr
the La Boca council that La
In lieu of conversion of their 25
The Pacific Council was Instrumental in securing a new playground in the Old French
A number of housing, recreation and bea utification and similar projects also have been
inaugurated through the councils.
Tomorrow h voting, day In the elections for the Rainbow City Civic Council. Thlrtv
'' coancllmen and 12 alternates are to be elected from five precincts. Half the councilmen
elected In each precinct (those retting the most votes) will serve two vears on the council,
while the ethers will serve one year. Ballots are sapoosed to have been delivered to each
resident by now and will be recovered in a hoase-to-hoase collection between t a.m. and 5
f.m. tomorrow. Persons -not at home during these "hours mar vote at the council's ejec ejec-ioa
ioa ejec-ioa headquarters at the Rainbow City High School study hall.
(TEN DELEGATES AND FOUR
ALTERNATES TO BE ELECTED)
Dave E. White, -Holden
Keith D. Bowen, -.
j. Eugene Brathwalte,
' Rita Anderson,-.
' Geraldine Anderson,
' Wilfred White. v
Henry B. Thomas,
Joseph Henlon, Henlon,-t
t Henlon,-t PhUip Lee. :'
j Albert Dogue,
Oscar Morrell, v
i Rathburn springer,
! (EIGHT DELEGATES AND
,v THREE ALTERNATES
r TO BE ELECTED
Edward Green, ,.
PANAMA,, R. P., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1957
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THE REMAINS of the CFN pacific television tower lie collapsed on and about the transmit transmitter
ter transmitter building on Ancon .Hill., In the left foreground, still caught in the guy wires, is the
truck which apparently caused the tower to crash early this morning. The truck has
been identified as belonging to Louis R. Sbmmer, contractor. (U.S. Army Photo)
Canal Will Seek Bids For $600,000 Worth
Of Repairs On Piers, Hospitals, Schools
ribntraet -work amounting to
over $800,000 will be advertised
for bids during this month by
the Panama Canal company
Canal Zone Government, accord
Ins- to a schedule announced to
day oy tne engineering no von
.Th work inwydee new 'con
struction. road and street im
provements painting, plumbing,
The number of Jobs and a-
mount of work-to be done under
the contracts. -being advertised
in November are considerably In
excess of recent months as many
of the projects involve outdoor
work normally done during the
The largest single contract to
be advertised this -month is the
replacement-, of piling and tim timbers
bers timbers at piers, work done annual annually
ly annually during the dry season.
A separate1 contract will be
warded for the replacement of
fender piling and decking at
Thatcher Ferry; 4,
Approximately $100,000 will be
spent on road and street work
on th Atlantic side this fiscal
year and this" work is to be ad advertised
vertised advertised about the middle of this
month. '' ' ....
Bids will also be asked, this
month on the following Indivir between- them and the polar ice ice-dual
dual ice-dual projects: leap managed to close the doors
Rewiring the Cristobal Admi-only by lowering a hook on a cable
nlstration Building; air condl- to puQ them back into place.
Bocans forced to move into Panama will receive cash otvmenh
- cycle electrical eoulpment.
Owen B. Shirley,
F. A. Verley,
Bertram Walters, c
(SEVEN DELEGATES AND
TO BE ELECTED).
Jefferson J. Joseph,
Kenneth H. Weeks,
Stanley S pence,
Joscelyn Evering 1 i
tioning the surgical suite and
Goreas HosDital: -maintenance
painting for the third quarter
Nedr South Pole
.MCMURDO SOUND, Antarcti
ca; Nov. i (UP) IKS. polar op operation
eration operation Deep Freeze III, which al
ready, has one aircraft stranded
at the South Pole, lost the use of
a second plane in a ireak acci accident
dent accident today.
; Twelve drums of oils being air
dropped at the South Pole base
tore loose from their moorings
and smashed through the unop
ened drop doors of a giant Globe Globe-master
master Globe-master cargo plane. The plane
will have to be sent back to New
Zealand for repairs.
Lt, "Col. Dixon Arnold was pilot
ing the drop flight when the acci accident
dent accident occurred 13 miles from the
polar'-drop zone. The oil drums,
weighing two and one-half tons.
ruined the automatic closing
mechanism used to close the drop
doors; Five crew members work work-ins
ins work-ins on a narrow catwalk over the
open 'hatch with nothing but 750
feet Of 60-degrees-bel0w-zerO"air
Elliot C. Thorpe.
(FOUR DELEGATES AND
ONE ALTERNATE 0
R. R. Simpson.
Phillip Henry, '.
"(ONE DELEGATE AND
v ONE ALTERNATE TO
- BE ELECTED) i
' Gregorio Portugal, V
' EldocfJ. Squires.
of this fiscal year; replacement
of the electrical distribution avs
iem on fier y in Cristobal; con construction
struction construction of an additional dress
ing room at the Balboa Gymna
sium: construction of a. nnrset
et (facUitlc- n ca CoWospiP.r the sWavn.i tlvtll'V
pii-ai; na tne replacement or
piumDing in tne Diablo and An
con elementary acnoois.
36 Positions Vacanl
With Panama Canal
Thirty-six Dositions ar eurrpnt.
ly available with the Canal orga
nization, according to the weekly
by the: Personnel (Bureau.
' Two positions are available for
electronics machanis in the Eelec-
trical XHvision; two for fireffight fireffight-ers
ers fireffight-ers in the Fire Division; and two
for toot crib attendants in the In Industrial':
dustrial': Industrial': Division.
Other vacancies are listed in the
following ;types of work; clerk clerk-stendgrapher,
stendgrapher, clerk-stendgrapher, cribman, :: locomot locomotive"
ive" locomotive" ; ielecjrician, dipper dredge
engineer,' steam, locomotive crene
engineer; stockman .foreman, ge general
neral general .engineer, engineer graduate
Intern.', .locks security patrolman.
Terminals Division guard, boiler boiler-maker
maker boiler-maker 1 helper, pipefitter helper,
machinist, medical technician, of office
fice office helper, marine painter scaler,
pipefitter, adding machine repair
man, rotary drill foremen, section
head, sheetmetal worker, super
visory cargo assitant, statictical
clerk, towing locomotive operator,
valuation engineer, weldera nd
Balboa Bridge Designers Gather.
Look Over Site and Approaches
L. J. Sverdrup. member of the
engineering firm of Sverdrup &
Parcel, Inc., which will design
the high level bridge over the
Canal, is expected to arrive on
the Isthmus during ths weeki weeki-end.
Two representatives of tne
firm, Brice Smith, vice presi president,
dent, president, -and Winston Llttlefield,
bridge designer, arrived earlier
this week and have spent the
past three days inspecting the
proposed site of the bridge and
approaches and in conferring
with Canal officials on the proj
To Quit Unless
Crisis Is Solved
PARIS. Nov. 1 (UP Fence-
sittinc tactics by the Socialist par
ty today threatened Felix G a M M-lard's
lard's M-lard's chances to end the w o r s t
cabinet crisis France's fourth re
public has ever known.
A Pans left-wing weeny in
Express. said that President
Rene Coty had drafted a. message
to the National Assembly warning
the French deputies he would re resign
sign resign unless the crisis waa solved
ouickly. ; v ;
The 204-foot Caribbean Forkes Network television
tower on Ancon Hill crashed irVto a tangled mass of
steel girders and electronic equipment last night whei
one of its three series of guy wires was' snapped by a
Damage will run into many thousands of dollars, it
According to Military Police investigators, the acci accident
dent accident occurred shortly after 1 o'clock this morning.
A civilian truck, owned by Louis R. Sommer, con contractor,
tractor, contractor, drove into the guy wire complex. The truck was
driven by S. C. Garay, Panamanian, of Colon,
At the time of the accident, it was reported, Garay
was driving the truck to a location on top of the hill to
pick up a piece of equipment. He was being guided by
A. Melo, of Panama.
As the truck passed under the
guy wires, they caught on the
top of the truck and snapped.
Despite this, the tower did not
fall immediately. It -stayed up
right, swaying, for, some tWKor
l..i.''k:.. K. .j.ru.Aiv
its.morlnt and about 20 feet of I
the lower section of tne tower
This buckled tne nign top
section which crashed directly
over the top of the transmit transmitter
ter transmitter building and down the side
of the hill facinr Panama Ci City.
ty. City. r
It was explained that the
truck and crew from the con construction
struction construction company were on the
hill working on the installation
of certain air conditionine equip
ment in the transmitter build building
ing building on a round-the-clock basis.
No one was injured in tne
crash. Narrowly escaping in injury,
jury, injury, however, were the driver
of the truck, the man leading
the vehicle, the duty foreman
from the construction compa company,
ny, company, Roscoe H. Bryan of Coco
Solo, and the soldier on duty
in the transmitter building,
Pf e. Robert C H. Lee, US Ar Army
my Army Signal Service, from Puu Puu-nene,
nene, Puu-nene, Maui, T.H.
A survey of the complete dam damage
age damage was being conducted this
morning by Signal officials. En Engineers,
gineers, Engineers, and representatives of
CFN andvthe USARCARIB in information
formation information Office.
Military police are investi investigating
gating investigating the accident.
The rigging of temporary an antennae
tennae antennae for television broad broadcasting
casting broadcasting may allow CFN to go
back on the air within a mart mart-ter
ter mart-ter of days with a reduced sig signal
nal signal on the Pacific side, it was
The two officials have flown
over the possible center line of
the bridge and approaches by
Army plane and have also made
a terrain reconnaissance.
They have also looked over the
site from the tops of Ancon and
With the return of Gov. W. E
Potter Monday from the United j,n
States, final approval of the de-
sign contract is expected during
Hi v vaaaaiifi) rvbs siv W wiiivi
with Sverdrup soon after his re return.
turn. return. SverdniD has many friend on
the Isthmus. He visited the Ca
nal Zone on several occasions
during construction of the Mi Mi-raflorea
raflorea Mi-raflorea swing span bridge which
his firm designed.
Much of the basic information
required bv the designers of the
bridge across the Canal at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa is available from Panama
This Includes maps and Infor Information
mation Information on the subsurface eon-,
dltlona In the area since exten extensive
sive extensive core drilling was done in
this area during the Third Locks
work in connection with the
proposed tunnel under the Ca Canal.
nal. Canal. Some additional core drilling
will be needed and this has al
ready been Initiated by Dredging
Division personnel and drill rigs.
Further temporary rigging
within a week may allow the
installation of temporary micro-wave
equipment its trans-
itoi M tit nb ittina eotiiiinutni if,
the equipment which crashed :
last night, may make the emer emergency
gency emergency TV signals possible, it was
Before full-scale operations
can be resumed, however, lt wiU
be necessary to. i procure new
equipment from the Unlte'd
PC Drill Foreman
After Retirement ;
Claud M. Kreger, rotary drill
foreman in the Derdging-Division,
who is the only American em-
pioye on the Panama Canal's r
ment certificate yesterday after- ?
moon by Acting Governor Hush
M. Arnold. ',
The ceremony took place in the
Governor's office at Balboa Height.
during which the Acting Governor
cun&i aiuiaieu nxeger on mm
m iw. thai, 1 1 uaa .( K .,.,n wifl,
...at. ..v j..a.0 "V, nlw
th rnal nrffani7.f inn
Although Kreger retire offlcally
from the Canal service yesterday.
he wes reemployed by the Dredg Dredging
ing Dredging Division today on a temporary
His services as a rotary; drill
foremen will be used for an -indefinite
period by the Dredging Di Division
vision Division in connection with the pre preliminary,
liminary, preliminary, work to be done for tffe
high level bridge Over the CanaL
A NATIVE OF Eden. New York,
Kreger was employed in several.
Central and South American coun
tries before he came to Panama
in 1941 with a Panama consturc consturc-tion
tion consturc-tion firm. He joined the Canal or
ganization in 1942 as a principal
driller and has remained with the
Dredging Division since that time.
Mr. and Mrs. Kreger are well
known residents of Gambol.
whre Mrs. Kreger has beenactive
in civic and community affairs.
She is well known on both sides
of the Isthmus for her collection
of dalls which she hav dressed
colorful native costumes. -.
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TEHERAN, Nov. I (UP) Two ;
Turkish stri please rt were ordered
expelled from Iran today for being )
"over-enthusiastic' in their act sit ,'
a Tehran night club.
PoUce Said the gulf. Got asi -Guler
hueper, were "more 4ar
ing than prescribed" In their peel- V
ing number at the Everest Cabar-
According to a police trficlaL
evei the club owner conceded the
strippers mignt aave Been over
Authorities said the girls, aged
IS and 23. havo had their visas
'revoked and would leave ior Is1i
buL Turkey, tomorrow. : .
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THE MAIL BOX
1 The article which appeared on the sports page Oct. 29.un 29.un-t
t 29.un-t dei the heading "Tiger Hags" by Trevor Simons Is an outright!
1' slander on the plovers, coaches and Physical Education Depart Depart-$
$ Depart-$ ment not only of the Balboa High School but of the entire Ca-
naj Zone organization.
2 j The charges ol dirty lootball hurled by this so-called expert
5 are serious and are a reflection on the Integrity of men of the
h highest character. First of all, "dirty" football stems from
,2 coaches, so when Simon, focuses the players he puts the finger
on ,p rnar.h Ron Anderson. And when he accuses Ross Ander-
f! son he must accuse Buck Lockridge, Ted Hotz, Henry Donovan
rl because they are lesponible for the behavior of all coaches in
" me scnoiaswc rn5,
. i . T .. 0.4 T 11 Ira Po nmhn Q 1 1 pnmA
f xes, itoss AiiaerMJi. piu oiunn nu "
! irom the same molo tUev operate unaer me same punches ui
" rood sportsmanship So' when Simons tosses around- in a loose
'. fashion accusations of inn.portsmanship, and "dirty"' playing,
he is accusing the very sroUp of men that have on many occa occa-,
, occa-, sions befriended him. i
! Also the conduct 0 the game is not in his hands, as he
: sit In the stands moan.'hj and bleeding because bis team Is los los-Ink
Ink los-Ink It is1 in the hands of the officials, who forgot more about
! Infraction ot rule? tbaA he apparently knows. When he hurls
!' accusations of dirtv football, he is saying that the officials were
!i either blind or dishonest and crooked for not calling "dirty
!' T.-t. us analvzp everv j,ep.ment first the players themselvse
wno are novices at this tame of football. They have a tough
By ROBERT C. RUARK
Oh, how I yearn for the days
when a man could die peacefully
0 the galloping consumption, and
golf halls weren't too lively lor
me length of the tairways on the
golf courses, and you didn't have
to have a new drug to fight off
Uie ravages 01 penicillin.
An aspirin ana a cup of coffee
used to get us through Uie)ivlonday
migraines, and that was. more or
lessjj.tnat. 1 'Vifc-
choose to get analytical in. these
mixed-up times, you can figure
that seoner or later something will
happen to make the good bad, or
the bad good. A mutt serge suit
picks up white lint, and a white
uinner jacket seems 10 collect gray
stains. Eventually you're all even."
This kid's right. It all levels off.
We have a new drug now, as yet
not on the market. It Kills the bad
sidebar effects of penicillin, whicn
is supposed to knocK oft what ails
you in a general manner.
ihis is the anti-anti-drug, which
helps you hurt the nelp that hurts
you, and I am serious in this sentence.
Mama, for instance, is alllergic
to penicillin. So say the catches
some loathesome disease which
won't respond to anything else
tan she take the Big P? Oh, no.
for the sidebar effects are worse
than the disease.
But now there' a thing com coming
ing coming up which will nullify th
evil that penicillin leaves after
its infection, and to Mama does
not necessarily have to break
out in a raih that leads only to
Where does it end, 1 wonder?
Does somebody invent a counter counter-irritant
irritant counter-irritant against the couterirrit couterirrit-ant?
ant? couterirrit-ant? And another against the co-unter-counterirritant?
All I know is that before DDT
we had bugs. Now, sir.ee the advent
of DDT, we still got bugs; but these
1- ; !,.,.
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consists of two submarine cables lying about 25 miles apart oh the ocean floor at depths up to
3V4 miles. One cable carries voices eastward, the other westward. Operators in hundreds of
U.S. and Canadian cities can now .dial Hawaii; direct, HMTS Monarch (inset), the world's
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" enouch time in learning the bare fundamentals of tackling ana are bigger bugs, with a Mendelian
DIOCKing WIUIOUI oeveiuiJiiig uie iiiiei wiuijuc ji u vj.
ttail and It takes a craftsman of, the highest order to get away
with dirty football.
f. But, even if the boys were so proficient In their talents, their
training and upbringing is a direct contradiction to such un un-,'
,' un-,' sportsmanship conduct as to malm or do willful bodily harm to
' an opponent. This is just as silly as if someone stated Cristobal
' boys play dirty. Simons mentions that George Kirkland was a
' former Balboa player did he ask him whether as a Bulldog
:' player, was he ever taught, instructed or encouraged to play dir dirty
ty dirty football under Ross Anceison?
f" Knowing George, I know that once he gets out on that field,
' he does not expect nor will he get pity because he had an opera opera-1
1 opera-1 tion He will neither ask nor give quarter. Since Simons used
1 the term "slugged in the kidney" why not mention who did the
I slugging' Since his pair, of eye saw more than a quartet of of-
ficials who were on top' of the play, he certainly must know who
!' did the slugging.
L Now, let us consider .the Coach what would he gain by
t ndnrw dirtv liaifiilf ftfDtalL2, Ha tains nothing, but risks
S losing his job. His is not a Job orivhich he has to hold by win
ning at any cost.
I do not see Str Brown losing his Job because his gang loses,
week in and week out. For that matter, Luke palumbo's loss
record did not endanger his job. Ross Anderson, a college grad graduate,
uate, graduate, is primarily a teacher and secondly a cotfeh. He Is far too
Intelligent to condone practices which would lose his position.
And his position would certainly be lost If Buck Lockridge, for
one moment thought Ross was encouraging dirty tactics.
Does Simons think that Ted Hotz. former principal of Cris
tobal High, changed into a satan wnen ne came over 10 uaiuua
) Does he think that this cenial individual would stand for the foul
practices of which Simons accuses his school. When Ted was
principal of Cristobn:, did he ever even hint to play dirty in or-
cm to win?
!' Now we come to the boss man, the big boss of the schools
' Playgrounds Henry Donovan. He would not for one second tol tol-erate
erate tol-erate any program which would be tainted and he would spare
no tubordinate if he was guilty as Simons charges.
Now to the poor offic:als. The way Simons spouts off, his
next 'accusation will be that they deliberately turned their backs
i to infraction of the ruies. To do tms, oinciais must De oranaea
1 as crooks. While some times as a spectator. I differ with the of of-1
1 of-1 ficials, I fully realize that they call them as. they see them,
'! whether it be football, baseball or basketball.
Whether Simons realizes, it or not. he has dealt football a
body blow. He will stir up In a minority group a spirit of hatred
, ana I hope that the wiser and cooler heads will prevail and this
,1 whole unhappy mfss will be forgotten.
Ac fnr himself mv advine would he that he sit. in the stands
and root lor the Cristobal Tieers to his heart's content. But. If It all makes me -a little nervous
he persists In being an expert, then my suggestion is that he drugs to cure the effects of dru
leans something about the game. He has never played the people vorking on golf balls that
game himself, and I doubt whether he has seen many games can't be driven so far as the prese
ontsiri ij lnrnl ccpiIp rnothall W a nipped harrt-hlttino' hnrtu crOD. which threaten to make
contact gam And it is r.either dirty nor is it unsportsmanlike 'some golf courses obsolete, and
10 "COver the Stars or your opposition. nanamaae saieimes ijiii.is on u.a
I the place
When Jim May war playing for Balboa, he always was a 1 rather think I am an enemy
mijrked man and rightly so, because he could beat you single-'of Droeress it this be progress, and
nanaed if mere was a iapse. bince he was better tnan any sin- 1 wiii take a big slug of
law resistance against DDT
These new bugs are smarter and
operate in the broken field instead
of bucking the line. I still find the
old fly-swatter handy.
You can take the myxamatosis
with which the Australians bless blessed
ed blessed the rabbit which was ruining
the land, eating it bare and leav
ing it host to erosin.
What happened to th rabbit?
The first bunch died. The survi
vors developed immunity to the
They came on strong, in throngs,
and meanwhile the foxes who had
been deprived of the rabbits for
lunch took up lamb-eating as a
hobby. So you" Mgound up with a
myxamatysis-reswtam rabbit, as
evil as ever a fUtck of foxes who,
a new set at Jbaa fcabits which em
braced sheep. & p
You could call the same thing
true with the lavish 'use of anti
biotics. You build the same immu immunity.
nity. immunity. After the doc has prescribed
the antidote often enough, for ev
erything from common cold to
chronic conversation, all the little
bugs get friendly with the remedy
and they star going steady.
Comes a time- when you really
need a jolt of wonder drug for
This whole process seems to have
been going on a long, long time,
since the rock replaced the first,
and the knife replaced the rock, a
the bow-and-arrbw replaced the
lance,, and then the castle became
a trap when the Chinese invented
The Germans thought up the
guided missile, and then tome
bright kid thought up the anti anti-guided
guided anti-guided missile; and now we have
an anti-antl-guided missile, with
an anti-artificial-moon just a a-round
round a-round the corner.
Walter Winchell In New York
Long before Sputnik began its
dizzv iourney. a trip to the stars
was full of fascination. From the
depths of obscurity to the heights
of stardom encompassed the age ageless
less ageless magic of every Cinderella tale
.In this case, Cindy is named
Lena Home. About 18 years ago,
there was a lovely, ambitious girl
working for her breakrand -butter
in a revue titled: "Blackbirds of
1939." Of course, the chorine was
Miss Home, who was then earn
ing a lavish $45 weekly. And now,
as Ihey say in Hollywood, we tade
to 1957. Our Heroine is making her
first appearance in a Broadway
show since Blackbirds. She is
still lovely and a major star. She
is coming to town in a musical ti
tled "Jamaica." The girl who
once earned $45-a-week as a chor
ine now has enough star power
to make a show a hit before it 0 0-pens.
pens. 0-pens. Thanks to Miss Home, the
Golden Girl, her show's advance
sale exceeds $1,500,000.
The public's fascination with
stars has almost the unbearable
wonder of a child with his first
toy. Consequently, m i 1 1 i on s of
words were published in ah effort
to discover whether Marjon Bran Brando's
do's Brando's bride is or isn't an Indian
charmer. After all, what does it
matter where Mr. Brando comes
from so long as she went into
his heartp. .A comment Brando
made several months ago is ap applicable
plicable applicable to his situation today:
"Today East is West, and those
who don t accept that, or are lng-
norant of that fact, are the foot-
draggers of our civilization, and
will be. sorely blistered and scar
red when that realization comes
In brief, people are people ev everywhere.
erywhere. everywhere. And Cupid has never
been bounded by geography.
William Saroy.sn's latest contrib
to the theatre is "The Cave Dwell
ers, haroyan is a rare alphabet-
scrambler. Filling a blank page
with words comes easv to him.
For example, his biggest hit, "The
gle opponent, very often hp had two to three men on his tail,
whether he wa or was not carrying the ball and that is the way
It thould be.
i If George Kirkland. Willoughby, Sasso and others got atten attention,
tion, attention, It Is because theii talents were respected, it is that simple.
Immortals of the gridiron, Bronko NagurskJ, Red Grange, Jim
Thorpe and hosts of ethers, knew that the other team was out
tevstop them That is football.
: Bo 11 Simons is an fail as he claims to be he will admit that
in. the heat of great ciisappointmenta nd In the zeal of his loyal loyalty
ty loyalty to Cristobal he said things he did not mean. Also, he should
avid further inflaming feelings by bringing the Athletic Cluo
o Junior College into the picture. Both of these squads are ca capable
pable capable of apeaking lor themselves, and I doubt whether they de de-sfjd
sfjd de-sfjd Simons as their spokesman.
Also, while he may have the right to spout off in the press
we uanai one tcr.uo' oinciais snouid ban him from all school
add athletic field premises.
sulphur-and-molasses against the
possibility of interplanetary can cancer,
cer, cancer, and then go out and pick a
fight with somebody.
Using hare fists. We can start
the train of progress all over a-
LEVIS AND PIE-EYED GIRLS
i This is to the gills who think they look cute in those tight
J Mate, be they levU cr ethers. If you girls want to look like boys
J line, but we would think ou would want to look like young la-
( dies no that you are near your high school years.
5 Borne of the pants ome of you girls wear look as though
j you have painted them on. Wh ydop t you all try wearing dress-1
e for a change? Wo know that you have to wear dresses to
v aciiooi, but 11 .a eigustmg to see girls go to the show on Sun Sun-1
1 Sun-1 day- with levl on. Piettj soon you win be wearing them to
t nit r
. You girla say yuu can take care of yourselves, but yet we
jvu MB(,ciiug Kiuug pic-eyeu. we Know mat not ail you girls
- that read thii or otherwise are like this, but there are quite a few
of you who are.
A food place to see thjt la at the midnight show in Diablo.
' It is utterly disgusting the way they act. Instead of getting
better they are fetting worse. It shows the people what bring bringing
ing bringing up they have hau.
Check up on jour kids more often, is my advice You may
be surprised tta: these rray be your kids we are talking about.
Lacrosse, the oldest known
; game on the American con continent,
tinent, continent, was. invented by the
Indians long before America
was discovered by white men.
For the Indians, who called
the game "baggataway," it
was more of a training exer exercise
cise exercise for battle than a game.
Tribes played against each
other for hours at a time, with
hundreds of men on each side
and a Held often more than
half a mile long. The French
named it "Lacrosse" because
the "stick used in playing re resembled
sembled resembled a bishop's crosier.
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Choice in Colors
Time of Your life," was written
in 6 days. He intended creating a
6-act play and wrote, one act a
day. Eventually, it was cut to 5
acts. Equally remarkable, "Time
of Your Liie" was purchased by
a producer sight unseen.
Maria Gallas, the aria yodeler,
continues to whip up-storms and
headlines. Th Temperamental
One teems constantly involved in
reuas. I no interne with n Callat
undoubtedly stems from a deep
streak of bitterness. Among those
she has publicly condemned is
her mother. .She has stated:
I'll never forgive mv mother for
t- king my childhood away. During
II the years I should have been
p'.sying and growing up, I was
singing or makina monev. Every
thing 1 did for her was mostly
good and everything she did for
me was mostly bad."
Amazingly, out of such unhappi unhappi-ness
ness unhappi-ness has come beautiful music.
WaH Street's htfmpty dumpty
course has again demonstrated a
single forceful fact a b 0 u t the
stock market. There are no real
experts on the market the pros
are only slightly less ignorant
than amateurs.-As Bernard Baruch
once pointed t)flt; "No one, not e e-ven
ven e-ven the most, experienced trader,
economist or' business man can
predict with certainty the course
of the stock market. Whether
siocks rise or fall, is determined
by innumerable factors, fnreps anA
elements, by economic conditions
the actions of governments, the
state of international affairs, tho
emotions of people even the vaga vagaries
ries vagaries of the weather."
In short, the stockAmarket re represents
presents represents one gigantic quiz con contest.
Queen Swellizabeth radiated gut gutter
ter gutter and was surrounded by pomp.
More impressive to this reporter,
however, is the human uality.
One of the most revealing state statements
ments statements made by Her Majesty was
her confession that a Queen's life
"can be dull." What can make
it dull? Well, the endl ess rnnnrfc
of routine duties and social func
tions. She must often
ficial documents a day. .A friend
once asked what was the Queen's
toughest chore. She promptly re responded:
sponded: responded: "To stand and stand
and smile and, smile." You try
standing and smiling for hours
and you'll understand and sympa-
ume wmi ner majesty.
There's a certajn fantastic qua quality
lity quality to everything Mike Todd
touches. That goes for his success
as showman as well as his ro
mance with Liz. This is how if be
gan: The failure of her marriaae
with Mike Wilding induced melan
choly. Friends sought ways to
make her more cheerful. They in
vited Miss Taylor to dinner and
maneuvered so that she'd sit be
side Todd. Knowing Mike is a wit
ty, peppery person lity, they
rnougnt ne could make her laugh
Shortly after meeting, him, Liz
had her first good chuckle in
weeks. And to, somethinn thit
was strjetly for laughs become
At e time when wordv Hurrfs
have become almost the badges
01 Desr-seuers. Herman Wouk has
nroved the exceDtion in the mlo
His novels have a unique antisep antiseptic
tic antiseptic duality. Soooo, it is quite sur
prising 10 discover that Wouk s
play. "Nature's Way" is a sexy
spoof. One or two critics were
shocked by some of the bizarre
characters in it. Apparently, Dr.
Jekyll Wouk also has a Mr. Hyde
quality. .Haven't we all?. .At
any rate, Wouk once offered a con
vincing explanation on why he
keeps his novels sanitary: "You
aon t use dirty language in some someone's
one's someone's home. When a reader holds
my book, we are in an even c'os c'os-er
er c'os-er relationship than a guest's."
Among the great soap-operas of
our time is the Life and Loves of
Ava Gardner. Every romantic
move, every comment, every e e-motional
motional e-motional problem has been the
subject for countless essays in
dailies and mass. The latest chaD-
ter consists ot her announcement
to One and All: "I'm as fond of
Walter Chiari as anyone can be
of a dear friend. But I'll never
marry anyone again."
Miss Gardner's Big Problem
stems from the difficulty of mak making
ing making love in public. The foregoing
is hardly ..an exaggeration. In a
recent Esquire, she described one
of her honeymoons: 'MGM sent
a press agent along on the noney-
muon. wnen you came down to
Dreaiciast, he was there. When you
had your dinner, he was there.
When you went to bed, he was
damn near there."
Side Story" opened, is now oaher oaher-way
way oaher-way to the bright peaks. As al
ways, me starcess story has a
whimsical flair. .Seven years a a-go
go a-go Miss Lawrence went to witness
an audition of something called
"Borschtcapades." She just want wanted
ed wanted to watch, but the director in insisted
sisted insisted she Dartieinate She antitmn.
ed and won a role as a featured
dent: Eisenhower says hsi opti optimistic
mistic optimistic regarding the science jrace
between the USA and the, USSR.
his administration's mdnitpring
service has nicked hd fore ifi ra
dio broadcasts which show T, we
are taking a terrific ribbinV all
over the world,
Here is a short skit prerented
over the. Voice of The Arbsffrom
Cairo, ridiculing the United states
oyer sputnik. ?
the program hegau witbf the
sound of hammering in the back
ground, the scene being the work
shop where'imperialist $e Bul
ly -is building Tan artificial moon
to compete with the Russians. An
American- official asks
I want ; to kriOw whether you
have completed my mepn or
not?". 'i I
"Not yet." reuliesi Bnoerfalist
the Bully. "There is i slight mo
"You have made us ,Jook ridicu ridiculous
lous ridiculous to the world," declares the
official. "Not only to the world,
but also to our press."
un, no, no, no, .snswers Im
perialist the Bully. "They are ter
ribly wrong if they think so. Do
they .not realize that tms American
moon which we are snaking will
he a very big one?
"I have called all reDresentatives
of the world press; tpey are now
outside waiting to see for them-
seites the wonderful artificial
moon. The moon must rise today
They are waiting for me. Do not
I'm 111c 111 a t,iiui.ai puoinuii.
"I will ask the workers in the
lab to liurry," promises Imperia Imperialist
list Imperialist the Bully.
He then goes to ,the lab, where
a plumber, a porter, and a mo mo-trocycle
trocycle mo-trocycle mechanic are building the
American moon, jvhich is to be
made of cheese covered with phos
By the way, Imperialist, says
one worker, "I have brought with
me the phosphorescent material."
Imperialist: "What phosphores
cent material? The moon is not
"Are you nok .ignorant! The
moon should be painted with thin
material after being molded so
that it will be illumined while fly
ing. The moon must rise today..
omorrow the press will be carry
ing big headlines- The Biggest
American Artificial Moon!
Imperialist: "Come oh boys, let
us start it by hand. (Follows a
sound of "beep, beep.")
"Here is the' American moon!
The American moon calling! This
voia- ine mention or discussion m
space, space'' .technology,;;,.; .tpe
"No statements can be ma4
which might in any, way cans
the national newt media to des describe
cribe describe valid Air Force project
at effortt to 'fly to the moor).'
"Iic in doubt at to the propriety
of a speech or re lea w, submit
it to this headquarters for ra
view." '' ?..
is the bes moon that ever appear appeared
ed appeared on the market!"
many uimnown neiorn vTh wKtTeasni me- warned .uenuiier ,reiaT .:.'-""'--'! r.
SiH- ct-" j : -iTf' YT U:,. ,Uu 41,-' tt:.i cl.V.' t.u "1
fciviia"t.wiiu. ihpc- viutu jaiipa, vuiu
American diplomats he" was worri
oyer Russiap, penetration into Sy
, SPUTNIK CENSORSHIP
How savf the Pentagon was to toward
ward toward the idea of space travel even
qc Id to at last fiiitnmot is inHi.
daHif This .launched the long cated by a secret order from the
and happy climb to the pinnacle. Ai- Foce forbidding any frivolous
talk on this subject.
This column has now obtained
a copy.ejf this order, which was
inspired by Secretary of Defense
Wilson's attitude that research in
space travel was a waste of time
and money. Dated July 29, 1957,
here is a copy of the Air Force
order, as teletyped to all coman-
"For' all commanders:
"Rec'ent news stories which have
described certain Air Foce pro projects
jects projects as space flight projects have
resulted in unfavorable reaction
at Air Force and Department of
Defense levels. It Is suggested that
any speeches or public releass
planned by you or your staff a.-
iviarie rorre. thp Hr,W t
oune s raaio-xv colyumists, is be-
"ig uueaienea with jail term for
ici using to qivuige a source of
mumiaiion. .ut course a repor reporter
ter reporter s protection for his sources of
m ormation represents a defense
ef the free press. .Without sourc sources
es sources of information, there cannot be
freedom since such protection en enables
ables enables a reporter to function. .
The gentlemen of the press must
pe proud of a lady who is-protecting
a vital tradition and, a, basic
ideal. .After all, women have
always symbolized our f-mdamen-tal
principles. .Justice is a lady
and so is Miss Liberty.
The White House is not nanbT
over a surge of criticism against
the Eisenhower admistration from
Republicans newspapers. J
That stanch GOP defender.' iha
New York Herald Tribune, ion pne
day devoted seven columns pnf It
editorial page to critical edito
rials and columns against tt he
National Chairman Meade Alcorn
is alarmed pver the general poli political
tical political reaction to the sputnik? Se
cret reports are "pourin? in from
GOP leaders, warning that S: the
voters no longer like Ike. They
blame him for letting the Russians
get ahead of us in the satellite-
missile field. This one reason
for Ike's plan to deliver fireside
Here is what is happening in
some key areas John Bricker,
always a big vote gttter.! m
Ohio, is in the worst trouble of
his political career. A combina combination
tion combination of the farm issue and our sa satellite
tellite satellite failure has hurt the "Repu "Republicans
blicans "Republicans in Ohio, local leaders sy a,
until even Bricker's re-election is
in doubt. Democratic Congressman
Wayne Hays amy challenge
Bricker next yer tor- his seat.
Up in Augusta, Me., GOP lead"s
are trying desperately to dig lip
a candidate to run fo- the Senote
next year. Ailing Sen. Fred Payne,
the Republican incumbent, will
probably retire. However, no pro prominent
minent prominent Republican wants to un
his place, because the likely De
mocratic candidate. Gov Mus-
kie, will be hard to beat. If they
can't find a candidate the nomi nomination
nation nomination will go hv default to ex-
Sen. Owen Brewster, whom the
White House doesn't love. Only
current good news for the Repu Republicans
blicans Republicans comes from Sen Bill Jert Jert-ner
ner Jert-ner of Indiana, ,who claims to. be
in better' political shape" than ever.
Reason is thar Jehhef 4hasf been
anti-Eisenhower now good politi political
cal political in Indiana. V
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tisT nttnttS Balbino B. Deleado. Albroolt housing to-
mectbiv performs his final civil servlca duties. Delgado, a
native of Panama, ; retired Monday with more than 32 yeara
c;v of Canal Zone civil service to his credit.
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In Minnesota Cuts
Power In Big Area
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn.. Nov.
(UP) A transformer exploded at
the Black Dog generating plant
south of here today, touching off
a two state Halloween ., power
blackout that criPDled major in
dustries, knocked out radio sta
tions,, snarled traffic, and silenced
bank, alarm systems.
The, power failure that para
Ivzed central Minnesota and some
communities in Wisconsin struck
at 8:45 a.m., height of the morn
ing rush hour. Repairs were made
and the power went back on, at
Traffic signals blinked out In
th Twin Cities area of Minne-
apolls anr St. Paul and. thousands
of motorist edged cautiously
across intersections, Special po
Ilea detail rushed to banks when
the alarrajtf stem ,Wre silenced.
. Hospitals, and the ..Northwestern
Bell "Telephone' Co.' switched I to
emergency power. But operators
of private switchboards in busi
ness nmces were jtnrown mto
. hopeless' i sion'eir'' ,:beTlv
6uzersati?nt lauea to worx,
Minnesota iCnine and Ma mi
facturing; Minneapolis. Honey well
Regulator and 'rtneral Muls -were
among the major industrier hard
Power Co. san tht transformer
expioaea r n ia ujiacs: uog piani
10 miles south of here at the same
time that a common connection
between three generators failed.
The- 57 plants in the company's
interconnected system were un unable
able unable to handle the load and were
$Ut OUt. ; .
' The blackout extended as far
jtorth as the stata. prison city of
Stillwater, Minn., and south- to
(Hastings and Mankato.. It extend extended,
ed, extended, .west to- within 75 miles of
; Soux Falls, S.D., and east to with with-!
! with-! in IS miles of Eau Claire, Wis.'
to shift the power load to the
' other. 57 plants but gave up when
it-threatened to burn -out circuits
and motors. But the brief surge
of .power enabled stalled elevators
in office buildings to reach ground
flofcraand -.discharge passengers.
Before the Black, Dog plant was
put back, into operation, fire and
police switchboards were deluged
with calls. Many small fires were
reported, but none was serious,
: 1 ;
Senv Green; Finds
Sputhilc' Wqker Up
Free World People
THE HAGUE, Netherlands, Nov.
1 UP) Sen. .Theodore F. Gr"een
(D-R I) said today the Soviet
earth satellite had jolted the free
world into joint and greater efforts
in the field of 'scientific research.
Green, chairman of the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee, told
a news, conference' here the Rus Russians
sians Russians apparently thought they
would frighten the anti-Communist
nations by launching Sputnik.
On the contrary, he said, it has
made the free world -come alive
to the need to 'work together in in-,
, in-, stead of independently" and move
ahead more quickly in scientific
Green is making a tour of NATO,
BOOKS III TOWN
vnmr jAmet.hinir about the
country yoa live in, meet the
people, reaa an aiwut unem.
From ouf bookshelves in our
air rnnHltlaned book deDart-
manif at. Kfhrrtsnn's.
Anderson om Panama ana
Biesanz -S People of Panama,
Mart Th Lartd Divided.
DuVal .And the Mountains
rn Vol fiiLdis to Cathay.
nibsoii Physician to The
The World. i
irooipr Mnnn umiaren.
Humphries t The Indiana of
Allen The Orchids of Pan
Consldlne 3The Panami Ca
Parker Panama Canal Bride.
Beatty De Iiesseps oi ouez
Bourne Gateway to Fortune
HostM3hildrett of The Jungle
By OSWALD JACOBT
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Answer to Previous Puzzle
Dies At Goraas
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h Is survived br his wife,
v.twitM- fnnr atmi. Wesley.
Ivan, Pete and Harry; and three
dfttnthters. Beryl. Mrs. Anna
vniurai arrancrpTnents nave
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not yet been completed and win
be announced later.
Found Guilty I
Of GirPs Mufder
NKW YORK. Nov. 1 (UP)
Husky, handsome Thomas? J. Hig-
ins, 22, was louna gumy ra ursi ursi-iegree
iegree ursi-iegree murder today for the ham-
mor siavinff of a l&vear-oia
Brooklyn- girl last April 1?.
ThP vprnirt dv ine au-nuue aurv
rnrripH a mandatory penalty of
Hoath. No date has been set for
formal sentencing, (
wiircriin whn nnea omv seven
hww frnm his vtctim's home, had
mh(mI hp killed nrettv Patricia
Ruland after she had repulsed his
advances in ms automooue.
LONDON. ONov. 1 CUP
ain's Oueen Mother Elizab
leave here by air early next
for a five-week tour of New
lawfl and Australia, it wa
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WELL, THAT'S THAT I
LOS ANGELES' UP The
old problem of how to keep
mins from being lost during the
milling of rice was reported solved
today. The answer shoot them
into the kernels. A process through
which steam pressure is used' to
drive vitamins and minerals- in
side the kernels of rice from the
outer -bran layer was announced
by Comet Rice Mills.
East's jump to three spades
was a many-purpose bid. per perhaps
haps perhaps his side could make a lot
oi spades. v pernaps ne couia
shut out the the opponents, per
haps he would get them into the
South was not KOlhg to be shut
put. He toyed with the idea of
bidding three no-trumn nut 11
nally decided that a :f ourftdla'
mono Did wouia be better.
My old friend. Joe Cohan of
Wooster, Ohio, former president
of the ACBL, who sat West,
North looked over his collec
tlcfn of cheese. He counted his
12 points a few times and even
tual raised his partner to five
diamonds. He did nave line dia diamond
mond diamond support and there can be
no great criticism of his bid, al although
though although I do feel that discretion
would have been the better part
of Valor and that a pass was in
East passed. He had done his
full duty when he. bid three
spades. When it came around to
Joe he doubled. He knew that
his four diamonds would bother
declarer and his queen of spades
was a very pleasing lead.
joe opened tne queen or
spades, south won with the' ace
and laid down the king of dla
monds. East dropped the ten of
Bouth's next play was the
three of hearts. Joe hopped right
up with his ace and led the eight
of clubs to his partner.
There was a good reason ior
this lead Instead of the conven
Ltlonal fourth best. Joe did not
want his partner to play him for
any ragn ciuo.
East won the ace of ciuds ana
cashed a high spade. Another
spade was led and ruffed by
South's queen. He picked up
trumps and spread his hand for
' State". ,-, ;
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m State," -i-.
IS Rubber tree
15 Geralnt's wife
16 Wife of Aejir
17 Sea eagle
18 Broods Of
23 Violent fust
f wind i.
32 British money
' of account
SS Collection of
34 Mineral spring H"
SI Wards off
39 Cherry seed
41 Scottish river
43 Writer's mark
46 Puffs up
96 Winglike part
7 Body water
58 Unit of
58 For fear that
t Employs '';(,
S Dry -'
6 Note in ;
7 Small tumor
10 Beloved of
19 East (fr.) :
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22 Volcano in
23 Ursa .
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'.. as gravy'
31 Royal Italian
t family Banie
J7 Form a notion:
43 Prison room
44 Operatic solo
51 Golfer's term
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around. Bennett decided to mount
on his wife's wedding band a pearl
he found while eating a can of
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
FKIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1927
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Pork Chops Combine Well
IVith Canned Sauerkraut
By CAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Bdltor
NiivrnMrRii' mm OFFICERS Shown at their installation luncheon held at the Wash Wash-Sn
Sn Wash-Sn HotS laS Thursday are the officers of the Newcomers' Club (left to right) Mrs. John
Sa.freasuS president, Mrs W. H. Gegins, past president and Mrs.
John Tanner, past secretary.
REAR ADMIRAL PETERSEN WILL GIVE RECEPTION
AT FT. AMADOR OFFICERS' CLUB TONIGHT
Rear Admiral Wallace F. Petersen, Director of Pan Pan-American
American Pan-American Affairs, Department of the Navy, and M". Peter Petersen
sen Petersen who arrived last night will jrive a reception at the Ft.
- Amador Officers' Club tonight.
Guests will be the Commandant of the 15th Nayai Dis District
trict District Rear Admiral George E. Wales and Mrs. Wa es, the
Ambassaaor oMhe United States and Mrs Julian F.ske Har Har-.
. Har-. iu. us luoval Mlinns in South ana
raXr,rttVfri these countries
accredited to Panama.
By Rear Admiral Wales
Rear Admiral and Mrs. George
E. Wales of the 15th Naval dis district
trict district Headquarters offered a re reception
ception reception on Wednesday at the Ad Admiral's
miral's Admiral's Quarters honoring R e a t
Admiral Wallace F. Petersen, Di Director
rector Director of Pan American Affairs,
Department of the Navy, Washing
ton, D.C.; Heads of Naval Mis Missions
sions Missions in Central and South Amer American
ican American and the Ambassadors or
Charges d'Affaires of these coun countries
tries countries accredited to Panama. The
Ambassador of the United States
of America and Mrs. Julian Fiske
Harrinetnn attended. There were
approximately 100 guests at the
The Right Rev. David E. Rich Richards,
ards, Richards, S. T. D., of the Episcopal
Church, recently elected Bishop of
the Missionary District of Central
America, arrived Wednesday
morning at Tocumen coming from
Albany, New York by Pan Ameri American
can American Airways.
While on the Isthmus, Bishop
Richards is the house guest of
Bishop and Mrs. Gooden at 334,
Gorgas Road, Ancou.
Bishop Richards and Bishop Goo Gooden
den Gooden will leave for San Jose, Cos Costa
ta Costa Rica and other places on Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, Nov. 2.
to the parade
SUN., NOV. 3 and MON NOV; 4
KODAK PANAMA Ltd.
Pacific Navy Wives
Give Bingo At Gorgas
Mrs. C. H. Carh!e, chairman,
Mrs. Beverly J. Bill, and Mrs.
Wilda McPhaii were hostesses
for the monthly bingo party giv given
en given by the Pacific Navy W i v. e s'
Club at the Red Cross lounge at
Gorgas Hospital on Monday.
Prizes of cigarettes, cigarette
cases, cigarette lighters, soap
boxes, evelopes and playing cards
were won by the following pa patients:
tients: patients: Clarence Wayne K ig h t,
Heisbel(. Jones, Joe D. Mc Ad Adam;
am; Adam; Lours JB. Alvarez, Andres
Diaz, Richard Brown, Charles
F. Smith, Vicente S. Anno. Re Refreshments
freshments Refreshments of home made coo cookies
kies cookies and punch were serveo to
those patients attending the party
in the lounge. In addition, refresh refreshments
ments refreshments were served to patients on
wards 10, 12 and 14.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
Like pork chops? Then here's
Pork Chops and Sauerkraut
(Makes 4-6 servings)
Four to 8 larep shoulder on loin
rjork rhnnx. 2 tpasnnnns kitchen
bouquet, 2 tablespoons fat, 1 cup
diced onion, 1-pound, 13 ounce
can saurkraut (3 1-2 cupsT, 1-2
teaspoon caraway seeds, 8-ounce
can tomato sauce.
Brush chos with kitchen bouquet.
Melt fat in large frying pan over
moderate heat. Cook chops in hot
fat until browned. Add onions. Co
ver and cook over low heat until
chops are tender, about 30 minutes.
Remove chops. Add drained
sauerkraut, caraway seeds and
tomato sauce. Mix well with a
large .kitchen fork. Place pork
chops in pan on top of sauerkraut
Eitibassy In Manila
MANILA. Nov. 1 (UP) The
U.S. embassy foere has tightened
its security measures as a result
of the terrorist bombings that in injured
jured injured 13 American servicemen in
Saigon last week, an embassy
spokesman said today.
Cars entering the embassy com compound
pound compound now are asked to pull to the
curb and are searched for weapons
Bring Ao a toil. Cover and cook
slowly 10 minutes longer.
Serve this different vegetable
combination with 1$:. ... A,
Carrots-Peas In Ginger Sauce
Three-ounce can chopped' broil
ed mushrooms. 1-4 cud water. 1-2
teaspoon salt, 1-2 teaspoon ginger
10-ounce package quick frozen
peas and carrots, 1 teaspoon corn
staTch, l tablespoon cold wate
2 tablespoons chopped salted pea
Place contents of can of mush
rooms, water, salt and ginger in
saucepan. Bring to boil. Add frozen
peas and carrots which have been
broken apart. Cover and bring to
hiil. Cook over moderate heat un
til vegetables art barely tender,
about 5 minutes. f
Blend together and stir In corn cornstarch
starch cornstarch and cold water. Cook until
liquid thickens, and turns transpa
rent. Garnish with chopped nuts
ana serve immediately.
NEW YORK (UP) MacKay
Radio reported today volcano
had erupted in the Gala
pagos Islands Oif Peru with an ex
plosion and smoke that resembled
pictures of an atomic blast. Mac
Kay aid the smoke rose some
3,000 feet from the first crater
northeast of Istmo Perry on Isa Isabel's
bel's Isabel's Island and that a seven-mile
long stream of red hot lava was
flowing down the mountain side.
A LARGE GROUP FROM COLON TO CELEBRATE
INDEPENDENCE DAY HOLIDAYS IN COLOMBIA
45 business men and em employes
ployes employes of the Col6n Free
Zone will leave tomorrow,
November 2nd, aboard A A-vlanca's
vlanca's A-vlanca's "El Panamefio"
Flight, on an exceptionally
interesting excursion to Me Me-dellin.
dellin. Me-dellin. The excursion has
been arranged under the
auspices of the very popular
and well known Interna International
tional International travel expert, Mr.
Manolo Castillo, of The Co Colon
lon Colon Travel Agency and A A-vianca,
vianca, A-vianca, the oldest airline in
An exceptionally interest interesting
ing interesting and varied program has
been arranged for the tour tourists
ists tourists during their stay in Me Me-dellin.
dellin. Me-dellin. They not ony will be
shown the many attrac attractions
tions attractions of the city and its en environs,
virons, environs, but will be feted
with special activities com commemorating
memorating commemorating Panama's In Independence
dependence Independence Day. This good goodwill
will goodwill trip will contribute
much to the already excel excellent
lent excellent relations existing be between
tween between the sister republics of
Panama and Colombia.
This first, of a series of
similar goodwill excursions
between Panama and Co Colombia,
lombia, Colombia, will without ques-'
tion prove to be highly suc successful;
cessful; successful; and The Colon
Travel Agency and Avianca
are to be congratulated for
having arranged this most
If a friend has a party and
does not Include you. there is no
cause for you to feel or show re resentment.
sentment. resentment. No one likes to feel
he can't ever entertain without
Inviting a few sensitive souls ;whp
are sure to feel hurt If they are
lef out. t
Having such friends is more of
a burden tnan a pleasure. v
Envoy Denies Saud
Plans To Marry
CAIRO. Nov. 1 (UP) Saudi
Arabia's ambassador to Egypt,
Sheikh Ibrahim el Soliman, de
nied today that King Saud plan
ned to marry the 19-year-old niece
of Lebanese Premier Saml el
The reports are "completely
false," the ambassador told Unit
ed jf ress.
The newspaper quoted the
King's ambassador to Lebanon,
Sheikh Abdel Aziz el Keheimy, as
saying "all rumors that his maj majesty
esty majesty is planning to get married
Saud has four wives, the pre prescribed
scribed prescribed limit under Moslem law,
as well as 80 concubines. He was
reported to have been struck at
first sight by Miss Ferial el-Sohl's
chestnut-haired beatuty during a
recent visit to Beirut and to have
arranged an engagement through
Should Teach Daughter,
: mmMA few
WW rft vi:TOVy S" (w
? V Happy Dreams .
J Spi He', a niT yong roeJ-wen dereloped, wta ?f
1 2 '' J altlgh he Jeep. hi. he.d off. he', full ( fun and tftatef to Ida
r. V w,kia mowau- U t becJU LACTOGEN baby.
ii LACTOGEN proride fat a form Baby cm ewfly difft tmi aaaballatt.
. -'v' I te food elemenu Beer- 17 to Mtufy the Beed. of hia fast gewiet
tnmt nd body: food to mtk good den bestet eooa4 wetjit &m
rTf hthe mntoU; quiet nerw; a h.ppy duporitiosi and a atioiif vioco
iff t 1 WV I f Hl eeoatitntiem.
UHftt LACTOGEN u pare, trK fuHr- milk modified -poeUDy fc
MP fe 1
If Grandma spends her "days
earning her living, should her mar
ried children expect her to spend
her evenings baby sitting?,
5 a : wonting grandmother writes:
"I am writung you lezarding your
recent column about grandmothers
wno enjoy baby sitting wittt their
'There is no reason why s
healthy grandmother, who does not
worn outside ner home; '(Cannot
baby sit with her grandchildren
sometimes. Yes, and enjo'it, too.
"But let me put In a rd for
the grandmothers who woi-k a full
40-hour, week outside then homes
and are still expected to 'baby sit.
"I love my grandchildren very!
much, but I am widow .and must
earn my own living. v.
"Often exhausted aflef'a' day's
work, I have not felt Jikir coping w
the problem of feeding, bathing and
getting small grandchildren to bed.
then waiting up for twir. parents
to get heme before I;coukf fall
into bed myself. I hav even felt
that my daughter should love me
enough not to ask rnVHo baby, sit
at night after working hard all
day. But I've done' because I
was asked in manner that took It
for granted that I would, j a
YOUNG PiOPLI NilD CONSI CONSIDERATION
DERATION CONSIDERATION :;v w
?T love my daughter, and iiV'T
know she needs ome time away
from her children. But if she did
not have me to fall back, J am
sure she could find someone else
to baby sit. v. i-v? 'tiiaj y
Perhaps I am wrong, but ;; it
seems to me that these young par
ents have no consideration for
their parents. All they think of
is what they, their companions and
their children need or -want'.''
Then whv not bnen your ? Awn
daughter's eyes to her lack of con consideration?
sideration? consideration? Explain to her that
you want he self-supporting ; r so
that you will never be a financial
burden to her. Say that it takes
all of your strength to earn -a
living and look after your "f, own
Suggest that she manage her
household budget so that 'she 'can
afford to hire a 'baby sitter Occa Occasionally.
sionally. Occasionally. It's better to teach young
neonle consideration than .to de
plore their lack of it.
Berlin Reds free
Seized At border
BERLIN, Nov. 1 V- (UP) The
East German Communists today
freed five West Berlin customs po policemen
licemen policemen who were arrested last
night on the Bast West city
The customs men were seized
by eastern border guards at
Brandenburg Gate when they step
ped across the line into the Soviet
sector of Berlin.'
NEW YORK XUPW bon te te-head
head te-head resigned as head of the New
York Herald Tribune's, Washing Washington
ton Washington Bureau Tuesday because of
illness and was succeeded by Rob Robert
ert Robert J. Donovan Herald Tribume
President and Editor Ogden R.
Reid said Whitehead, author of
f'The FBI Story,", had been ill for
several months and asked to be
relieved of his duties. Donovan
joined the paper in 1937 and had
been in the Washington Bureau 10
years. He is author of "Eisenhow "Eisenhow-tr:
tr: "Eisenhow-tr: The Inside Story." ;
CROWNING CLORYr-tt was!,
a hlglt climb but this morning-
glory "at the Everett'" Dean
home, Glen Elder, Kan., made
It to the top of the 60-foot TV
antenna. The morning-glory
was planted last spring.-
Mod with 'fresh cream...
Whtpptd at yor flitgtrtipl
Qwip stays sweet till, the can it
empty or your money back!
Now t your grocer's
pnvenf Heat Rash
Mexniui'. itl. mouco mouco-tloa,
tloa, mouco-tloa, .tMorbmt eonuttrcb
feu .oothe., clinf. cloM
to ikia, pteTent. hrat ruk,
ZZ MIDICAlIt fOWBIt
A NSTl PRODUCT HBAXB) kECIAUY WR WFANT RB
celebrate Nov. 3
in Panama's social center)
SUNDAY, Nov. 3 join your Panamanian friends
in observing their Republic's 54th anniversary at
LUNCH In the Balboa Room from 12 noon
Music by Lucho Azcarraga's Trio
PANAMANIAN DISHES will be FEATURED on
our lunch and dinner menua Nov. 3
GALA INDEPENDENCE DAY DANCE
in the Bella Vista Room with TWO ORCHESTRAS:
- v Lucho Azcarraga's Con junto and
Clarence Martin's Orchestra with
Lord Delicious and his Con junto Pana-TrlnicVd
at 8:30 and 10:30 p.m.
Call Maltre d'hote!, 3-1M0, tor rourvationi
Dlnntr Mrved from 7 a.m.
No muk an Nov. 1 due te ebeervance of Panama'. Memorial Day
PRE-RELEASE LUX NOVEMBER 4
"THE CURSE OF ERAHKEHSTEIH"
""yif-ir 1 1 ii in i i
Everyone loves a thrill and 'The Curse of Frankenstein"
Is dt real 1957 super-deluxe model thriller. The million who
have seen it know it out-horrors House of Wax. A bir tsoir
with surprises all' the way an unusual treat. See THE
C&RSE OF FRANKENSTEIN" will haunt you forever, star starring
ring starring Peter Cushing, Hazel Court, Robert Urquhart, which
OPEN ON PRE-RELEASE AT THE LUZ, MONDAY 4th.
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ft 'm&mi X
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You're serehi. You're sure of
yourself.- You're bandbox per perfect
fect perfect from the skin out And
you stay that way night and
day-with New Mum Cream.
Because New Mum now con contains
tains contains M-3 (hexachloropbene)
which clings to your skin
keeps on stopping perspirtuon
odor 24 hours a day.
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Will net dry out in the Jar.
t FETDAT, NOVEMBER l.f 1957 ;ll 0
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Soda (arid .Other wis e
, j ; :z
final Plant Mad Far
. The recular meeting of the Am
merican Legion Auxiliary, Elbert
s. waid unit No. 2 was neia vci.
: Final plana for the rummage
f ale to be held on Nov. 16 at the
Old Union Church on 3rd and Me-
lendex Ave. were made.
1 Nov. 9 was set for a meeting
of the Juniora at which time the
Christmas project will be planned,
. In Panama
Many people from both sides of
the Fourth of July have .visited
the -exhibition of the paintings of
Marco Ernesto,, which are nang
ing at the Arts and Science Build
inz near the Hotel El Panama.
The' exhibit is open both day
JB waning ... i
j The NCO Wives' Club of Ft.
U.S. SEEKS DAMAGES
THE HAGUE, Holland (UP)
The International Court of Justice
said today the United States has
asked proceedings against Com Communist
munist Communist Bulgaria in connection with
the 'shooting down of an Israeli
airliner over Bulgaria in July 1955.
The application claimed damages
for American passengers killed
when 'the EI-AI Airlines constella constellation
tion constellation was shot down by Bulgarian
fighter planes, -killing 51 passen passengers
gers passengers and seven crewmembers.
Claiton keld a Bingo party, recent recently
ly recently Ft'Clayton .NCO Open Mess.
Menibers and their guests enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed an evening of bingo. Many at
tractive guts were received as
Hotesses for the evening were
Mesdkmes Vivien Buckalee, Sue
Hazel, Sara Mayer and Florence
Guelts who atter.de the bingo
were Mrs. Carmen Avlles and
Mrs. fiomingue. The next meeting
on the, calendar for the NCO
Wives Will be the regular month monthly
ly monthly meeftng, which' will be held
Nov, 5 it 7:30 p.m. in the Ft. Clay Clayton
ton Clayton NCCjOpen Mess.
i f A
Will f ltHm
Hold Halloween Dane
The entertainment committee of
the Albrfok' NCO Wives' Club will
present Gay Holloween dance
and a fi act floor show tonight
at the Altaook NCO ciub. Dancing
from 8 ftm. until' 12 midnight
to the mu)ic of Danny Bishop and
Floor Stow will get underway
at 9 p.m. featuring such greats
a Snarkv nd Plueev. interna
tionally fahous tap dacing acro acrobatic
batic acrobatic dub irom the Bella Vista
Rnnm nf Hat el El Panama. Alicia
Campbell, iinger,dancer of Copa Copa-cabana
cabana Copa-cabana 'faite, presently packing
them in atHhe Salon "W," Lucy
Ramirezj Mambo Dancer; Jean
Salomon. C4vdso Dancei from the
Maxim and band leader-showman
(Continue! on Page 8.
MILITARY SUGGESTION AWARDS were presented to Albrook airmen last week by Lt. Col.
Richard T. Lively, Base Executive Officer (right). Left to right are: SSgt. Severino Irue Irue-gas,
gas, Irue-gas, Materiel Squadron; SSgt. Robert G. Kenley, operations Squadron; A2c Russell E. Ar Arnold,
nold, Arnold, Materiel Squadron, and TSgt. Daniel J. La Grange, Materiel squadron.
(Official USAF Photo)
This is the
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joins the Ford family of fine cars"
ner hlL never been a ear
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US Ambassador Is
To Belgrade Post
WASHINGTON, Nov. 1 (UP)
James W. Riddleberger. U.S. am ambassador
bassador ambassador to Yugoslavia, will cut
short a stay in this country and
return to Belgrade to help assess
new twists in Yugoslav-Russian re
The State Department has
feared for some time that Marshal
Tito's Yugoslav government was
getting too close to Moscow. Re Recently,
cently, Recently, however, there have been
some indications of another cool-
ing-off between Tito and the Krem
Riddleberger has been in the
United States since Sept, 1 work
ing on a selection board for pro promotion
motion promotion of foreign service officers.
The board's work is not expected
to be completed until next month
but Riddleberger is trying to make
arrangements to return before
The United States began a re
view of its policies toward Yugor
slavia after Tito recently recog recognized
nized recognized the Communist "government
of East Germany. The step capped
a series of Yugoslav maneuvers
distasteful to the United States.
Shortly after the recognition
move the United States decided
tentatively to cut back military
aid programs for Yugoslavia.
There had been some demands in
Congress that all aid be halted.
In addition, economic talks
which had been scheduled to start
in Belgrade shortly were put off
pending the outcome of the review.
The talks would deal chiefly with
Yugoslav purchases of surplus U.S.
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MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UP) Zoo
officials oiled and canned 2,100
pounds of polar bear and exported
it to anbther too Tuesday. Three
polar bears were lured into steel
crates with cod liver oil, then sent
to their new home in Jackson,
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Social and O tli
Luncheon At Washinpton
', The Newcomers' Club held their
installation luncheon at the Wash Washington
ington Washington Hotel last Thursday. Alter
the officers read their term re reports,
ports, reports, Mrs. W. H. Goggins intro introduced
duced introduced the new president, Mrs. Ha Harold
rold Harold Jones, and presented her
with the president's pin and an
orchid corsage. The ioliowing new
officers were introduced: 1st Vice
president, Mrs. John Tanner; 2nd
vie president, Mrs. H. G. Young;
secretary, Mrs. John iillison; trea treasurer,
surer, treasurer, Mrs. John llulka.
Mrs. W. H. Goggins won t h e
The fallowing guests were intro introduced:
duced: introduced: Mesdames Edward Brown,
Sydnev Chichester, Van C r i c h h-field,
field, h-field, B. G. Taylor, Jr., and Paul
The following members were
present: Mesdames Roy Barber,
Raymond Wilson, Laverned Sharp.
Kenneth Kvaal, Rudy Best, An Anthony
thony Anthony Barsi, Charles Williams,
Hester Hartley, C. G. C h a p h e,
Thomas Dube, Lee Douglas, Lio Lionel
nel Lionel Miller, Kenneth Shelley.
George Pulliam, George Magazin,
Arthur May, Jamas Hagcn, Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth Bukowsky, Jay Russell, John
Tanner, John Ellison. Harold
Jones, W. li. Gosgins, John llul llulka,
ka, llulka, John Seibert, and Misses Eth Ethel
el Ethel Nordstrom and Andrea R o sw swell.
ell. swell. The next board meeting will be
on Nov. 12 at the home of Mrs.
Harold Jones in Ft. Gulick. The
next business meeting will be on
Nov. 21 at the home of Mrs. C.
G. Chaphe in Ft. Gulick with Mrs.
Rudy Best as co-hostess. C a p t.
Townsend of the Atlantic Area
Camera Club will give a talk and
show slides on the interior of Panama.
Mr. and Mrs. Hollowell
Announce Birth of Son
Slakes Are High
In Jersey Voling
NEWARK, N.J., Nov. 1 (UP)
New Jersey voters choose between
a middle-of-the-road Democrat and
an Eisenhower Republican next
Tuesday in a gubernatorial elec election
tion election that could shape national po political
litical political fortunes in 1960.
The traditionally Republican
Garden State will pick either 49-year-old
Democratic Gov. Robert
B. Meyner, a handfome former
country lawyer, or Malcolm S.
Forbes, a 39-year-old state sena senator,
tor, senator, as its Governor lor the next
The stakes are high for I S i
candidates and their parties.
Victory could put Meyner in the
running for the 1960 presidential
nomination. Defeat could dump
him into political oblivion.
Forbes could gain overnight na
ilional prominence by unseating
New Jersey s first Democratic gov governor
ernor governor in a decade. But defeat
might irreparably damage his po
The election also Is billed as a
Mr. and Mrs. Freeland Hollo Hollo-well
well Hollo-well announce the birth of their
first child, a son, Freeland Hol-:test 0f President Eisenhower's po
lowell Jr. The baby was born puiarity A Forbes defeat might
shortly after midnight yesterday, be interpreted as a sign that Ei Ei-weighing
weighing Ei-weighing in at 6 lbs. 10 oz. Senhower's popularity is slipping.
The President lias puDiiciy en
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dorsed Forbes three tunes during
the current New Jersey cam campaign.
paign. campaign. In the latest endorsement
yesterday Eisenhower told a news
conference that a victory lor
Forbes would give the Republicans
a "great big shot in the arm."
THE FORGOTTEN ONE
EL CENTRO, Calif. (UP) At Attorney
torney Attorney Russell Yeager entered a
windowless cell in the mental
ward of Imperial County Hospital
Tuesday after telling a nurse he
would finish his talk with a pa patient
tient patient and be ready to come out in
20 minutes. After more than an
hour of yelling and rattling of the
cell door Yager was released by
the red-faced nurse who "forgot"
he was locked in.
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LOS MONARCAS DEL AIRE
On the Screen:
TODAY IDEAL .25 .15
Clark Gable in
"KING & FOUR QUEENS"
Frank Sutton In
"FOUR BOYS & A GUN"
DR. VINCENT BIRD of Wis Wisconsin
consin Wisconsin will conduct a series of
services at the Diablo Heights
Community Chapel starting
Dr., Vincent Bird of Kenosha,
Wisconsin will be conducting five
nights of Special Services in the
Community Chapel of Diablo
Heights, beginning next luesaay,
at 7:00 D.m. and continuing
through the following Sunday, with
the exception of Saturday evening
rth'en no service will be held.
A well-known conference and
youth speaker as well as supervi supervisor
sor supervisor of some 85 churches in six of
the Great Lakes area States, Dr.
Bird has served as the pastor 01
several churches in Mid-western
During his ministry, Dr. Bird
has been intensely interested in
theological education of new stu students
dents students and this interest has caus caused
ed caused him recently to be appointed to
the directorship of the Mt. Vernon
Bible College of Mt. Vernon, Ohio,
a new center of learning for men
and women interested in entering
full-time Christian service or obta
ing a Bible education.
Accompanying Dr. Bird to me
Isthmus and Panama will be his
wife Constance Bird, whose lovely
soprano voice will he featured in
vocal selections during the meetings-
The public is cordially invited 10
attend these services.
GATUN UNION CHURCH
At the 11:00 a.m. service of wor
ship on Sunday, the sermon hy
the minister will r.e: "Your Per Personal
sonal Personal Independence Day."
The choir will sing Roger C. Wil
son's anthem, "Benedxtus es, Do-mine."
Infant baptism will be adminis
tered to Debra Yvonne C,r o f t,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
Croft, Jr., of Gatun.
Other services for Sunday in
clude church school, with adult
Bible class, at 9:45 a.m., and,0f "hooligans' have gone on trial
Youth Fellowship at 5:45p.m. j in Prague on charges of staging
The Women's Auxiliary will hold demonstrations against me vom
its Thanksgiving meeting, Thurs-jmunist Czech regime, Prague Ka-
day morning, with coffee and re-jdio reported today, ine broadcast
freshments in the church base- heard here sam tne aeienaanis,
ment at 9:00, and speaker, t h e "adherents of the American style
Rev. Peter Farmer at 9:30. A spe-of life," were initiators of anti anti-cial
cial anti-cial Thanksgiving oifering will bestate outbreaks in downtown
taken for charitable purposes. Prague earlier his month.
The chfiir will rehearse Monday
and Wednesday evening at 6:30.
The Dublic is welcomed at all
services of the Gatun Union
Caribbean: Command Celebrating
10th Birthday Today (Without TV)
ATHENS, Nov. 1 (UP) Floods
caused by torrential rains inun inundated
dated inundated thousands of acres in cen central
tral central Greece today, isolating sever several
al several villages and cutting rail and
HOOLIGANS ON TRIAL
VIENNA (UP) Three groups
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EDDIE FISHER In
'BUNDLE OF JOY"
BETSY BLAIRE in
with John Payne
7 IV O LI
with John Wayne
THE BIG STEAL
with Jane Greer
R I O
with R. Wagner
Gold Priie $500.00
Alexander The Great
with Buster Crabbe
There's not a woman who'i tried Aunt
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You make pancakesthe modern quick way
with Aunt Jemima. And when you follow the
simple instructions carefully, off your griddle
come the most appetizing, smooth-textured
pancakes you could imagine.
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Todav Is the tenth anniversary
of the Caribbean Command.
As the malor unified military
command in Latin America, the
Commander in Chief, Caribbean
Command today has within his
area of resDonsibilitv over seven
million square miles of tne iana
mass of Central and boutn Amer
.. . 11
ira exeiuains Mexico, as ine inn
itary representative of the United
States for Western Hemispnere ae ae-fense
fense ae-fense in Latin America.
This Is a Ifar cry from the mis mission
sion mission and area of responsibility
given to tho Commander In Chief
tan years ago today when the
command was created by the.
Joint Chiefs of Staff on Nov. 1,
1947 at on of the tlx world world-wii&
wii& world-wii& unlfiified commands within
the Department of Defense.
Then, the command area of re
sponsibility was mainly the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Zone, the Caribbean
Sea and the islands of the Antilles
and its principal mission, in addi addition
tion addition to defense of the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal which it still has' was defense
of the United States from attack
through the Caribbean.
The increasing strategic ana eco economic
nomic economic imDortance of the South
and Central American Republicsv
in the defense structure of the en
tire Western Hemisphere and
the signing of the Rio Pact forg forged
ed forged a changing role for the tri-serv-ice
Caribbean Command in the in intervening
tervening intervening years.
Today, Caribbean Command is a
command of many missions.
Included among thum is re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility for tho military as assistance
sistance assistance program in ail of Latin
America, supervision of the U.S.
mapping operations in Latin A A-merica,
merica, A-merica, defense of the Panama
Canal and support of United
States policy throughout its area
The major military components
of Caribbean Command are the
United States Army Caribbean,
the Caribbean Air Command and
the Fifteenth Naval District, all
of whom have their headquarters
in the Canal Zone.
Each of the component services
has subordinate organizations and
forces under its command, includ including
ing including the military advisory assist assistance
ance assistance groups that are located in
many al, the Central and South A A-merican
merican A-merican countries in the Caribbean
Command's area of responsibility.
In its ten years of existence,
from the command headquarters
at Quarry Heights, the over all
planning, coordination and control
of joint, military operations involv
ing the Army,, iavy ana Air
Force components of the command
have been conducted under a suc succession
cession succession of six commanders in
chief, all of whom have been gen general
eral general offipers of the United States
The present Commander In Chief
is Lt. Gen. Robert M. Montague,
who assumed command in Janua January
ry January 1957.
The first Caribbean Commander
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"TARZAN AND THE LOST
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Late show 10:3,0 p.m.
"DAVEY CROCKETT AND
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"ISLAND IN THE SUN"
MARGARITA 6:15 7:55
Late show 10:30 p.m.
While The City Sleeps"
CRISTOBAL 7:00 4
PARAISQ 6:15 8:10
"TENSION at TABLE ROCK"
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"Between Heaven anu nc-
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THE KILLER IS LOOSE
TWIST OF FATE"
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 7:35
PURPLE HEART DIARY"
CAMP BIERD 6:15 8:10
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When Worlds CollWe,F
In Chief was Lt. Gen. Willi,
Crittenberger, who served
June 1948. He was followed
Gen. Matthew Ridgway who
ed until October 1949. Lt.i Gen
William H. Morris followed from
October 1949 until April 1952. From
April 1952 until May 1914. -Lf Gen.
H. L. McBride was Commander
in Chief He was followe
Gen. William K. Harriso;
served until January 1951
he was aucceeded by M
In celebration eff the t
nivorsary, tne, mimlort.
h an an-f
f an-f the
Quarry Heights' Officers'.' Club
ai holding formal dinner
dance at tho club tonight, whlcf
wilt bo tho only observance of
the day by the command.
As part of the celebration, a Sl Slant
ant Slant birthday cake will be cut by
Montague who will make appre appre-priate
priate appre-priate comment in recognition of
the occasion. :rv': c
Lucho Azcarraga and his orches orchestra
tra orchestra and El Baron, the calypso
singer will entertain" the officers
and their guests. :
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LT. COL. R. W. HECHINGER, left, chief of the supply division,
U.S. Army Caribbean Quartermaster Office, Corozal, con congratulates
gratulates congratulates Joe E. Thompson right, civilian supply officer,
upon the latters receiving a Department of the Army out outstanding
standing outstanding performance rating in a recent ceremony at Corozal.
Thompson's aVard covered the period Aug. 1, 1956 througH,
July 31, 1057. He lives at Quarters 2132-B, Curundu.
I (U.S. Army Photo)
Resettlement Agency Will Put Large
Negro Family In Nixon Neighborhood
ATLANTA, Nov. 1 (UP)-A
Georgia "resettlement" agency
was reported today to, have ob obtained
tained obtained an option on a $75,000 man mansion
sion mansion in Vice President Richard M.
ixon's neighborhood for the, use
of a Negro family with "10 or 15
The report was published in the
Aufiusta. Ga Herald and was sup
ported in part by state Rep. A. A.
Fowler Jr4 in Atlanta, i Fowler is
one of the incorporators of the
"American Resettlement Founda
tion." This group announced some
time ago nt would seek to locate
Southern Negroes in swank North Northern
ern Northern neighborhoods.
"We hare an option on a house
in a large American city," Fowler
said. "Wt've, put down a substan substantial
tial substantial amount to bind the trade. This
is one of several transactions that
is getting near the option stage.
In every case (the houses) are the
very finest in white residential
sections. The transaction involved
a private party and a real estate
., Paid $3,000 Down
It was learned the foundation
paid $3,000 as a binder on the
property, described as a "very
fine" 'home with all modern con
veniences including "sever
u a a
' WEEKEND RELEASE!
THEY CALL CARED
The Augusta Herald quoted an
unidentified "source close to Fow Fowler"
ler" Fowler" as saying the house was in
Nixon?s ; neighborhoods. .TThe 4 vice
president lives in a relatively ex exclusive
clusive exclusive section of Washington
called Wesley Heights. Hia home
is reported to have cost 'about
$75,000, the going rate for houses
in the section.'
Fowler would not say Nixon's
house waa nearnho one on which
purchase rights had been secured.
Practico Race Mixing
But he did say that the "loca "location
tion "location is such that it will give one
of the country's leading exponents
of integration a chance to prac practice
tice practice some of the mixing he has
been preaching to the people of
Georgia and the South.
"We are going to insist that
these (Negro) citizens are provid provided
ed provided with all their civil rights,"
Fowler said. He added that a bat battery
tery battery of attorneys has assured the
foundation it is on solid legal
ground and it will go to court if
need be. j.
Fowler said the foundation foundation-hoped
hoped foundation-hoped to have the project com completed,
pleted, completed, presumably with the house
purchased and the Negroes set settled
tled settled in it, within 60 days. -One re report
port report said the Negroes would be
charged only $1 a month rent but
Fowler said merely that "It will
probably go down iri history as the
lowest housing yet devised."
Considering Several Families
In a speech last night to the
Georgia Pace Officers Conven Convention,
tion, Convention, apparently referring to the
same project, Fowler said a Negro
family "with 10 or 15 kids" would
be moved into the house. Today,
he said "several" Npgro families
were under consideration out of
Incorporators with Fowler in the
foundation are Roy V. Harris of
Augusta, long a powerful voice in
Georgia segregation matters, and
Allen Kemper, state welfare direc director
tor director who signed the charter at a
In a straight faced preamble,
the foundation says it pur--pose
is "to assist underprivi underprivileged
leged underprivileged persons to obtain housing
facilities so that such persons will
have the opportunity to better
their way of life and standard of
living to the end that all citizens
of the entire country shall be ben benefitted."
efitted." benefitted." It describes itself as a non-profit
operation supported by public contributions.
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1931
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Memmen President Shiffs
!r ) . "." ..-.-j .u. in A,.in! Th committee also produced, Mennen retur
On Firms Labor
ttliCUIVfiTON Nov. 1 (VP)
lJkJA'W-.( ----- -
George Mennen, vice president oi
the Mennen Co., did an abrupt
tbout-face today concerning his
company'! attitude toward a 1954
collective bargaining election at Its
Morristown', N.J., plant."
Mennen. whose cousin, Michigan
Gov. G. Mennen Williams, la a
company director,:, at first told
i c-.t. !...ii.tir th firm was
, neutral in the election In which
ik lnninvM misted the AFL Auto
Workers, -rejected the chemical
worKers ana vuieu w
''The Senate Rackets Committee
pronftly confronted him with a
letter; signed by Mennen, in which
...j,.u,niuii amnlovfl to Vote
against both the chemical workers
. ....nlAa. than flnm.
ana ine auw
in.bd bv New York racketeer
tie former personnel manager of
t ie nrm, JJavia i-kic, whu
f ed that the company hired the
1 bor relations firm of consultant
lathan W. Shefferman as part of
1 s campaign to oust Dio's union
ii collective bargaining- agent for
Opposed Chemical Union
a hi --u t U utmnaiffn w A a
at first only against Dto s union,
Nagle said, he company later de decided
cided decided to oppose the chemical
workers when a saw inai n como
defeat any union.
Mennen returned to the witness
stand to reply to this testimony.
He said he had misunderstood the
cuestions of committee members
tnd counsel about trie company's
attitude toward the 1954 election.
I He said his letter urging the re reaction
action reaction of both unions was "heart "heart-Mt."
Mt." "heart-Mt." He said it was prompted by
t ie company's unhappy experience
'vith a union dominated by "a
bunch of thugs and criminals.",
Ijh 1 i
hfx- i a;oa
' Committee counsel Robert F.
Kennedy commented afterwards
tat Nagle's testimony was: "di "di-rsctly
rsctly "di-rsctly contradictory" at several
tointa. to the previous testimony
o Mennen; Louis Jackson, Shef Shef-lsrman's
lsrman's Shef-lsrman's former employe who
Jand'ed the Mennen account and
Henry Oldenburg, manager o'.
llennen's plant at Morristown.
Company Was 'Ntutral"
t Monnpn in his orieinal tes-
' ajn ;
tmony, Oldenburg swore that the
otttpany was "neutral" in the
1154 Wection and made no etiort
t influence its employes to reject
tie chemical workers.
' Nagle testified that the company
brought Shefferman's firm specif
1-ally into the company to help
jet rid of the Dio union.
To achieve its objective, Nagle
siid, the company hand-picked one
c its employes, James Graham,
kiown to favor the chemical work work-rs,
rs, work-rs, to circulate a petition to de de-fortify
fortify de-fortify the auto workers. He said
t e company took care to make it
ippear that the drive originated
vith the employes.
I Nagle said the conpany decided
1 iat Graham was opposed to Dio,
bit favored the chemical workers.
1 e said Mennen officials thought
i could keep an eye on Graham s
artivities by prompting him to
lead the employe drive against
tie Dio union.
Nagle said the company "much
preferred to operate without a
union." He said Jackson indicated
after the election that employes
favoring the chemical workers un un-bn
bn un-bn should be fired any time it
could be done legally.
Called before the committee,
Graham said he eventually was
1 iid off in an action he regarded
as an unfair labor practice. But
he said he did not contest the fir firing
ing firing because, among other things,
he was once told he could "get
hurt" for his union activities.
'mushrooms fatal to four
I BERNAY, France "(UP) Four,,
of a family's five children have
died and the parents have been
nade critically ill from eating -poisonous
said today. Mrs. Paul Doboai,'36,
xooked the mushrooms last Friday
'night and served them to hef hus-
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Dana ana iour oi me live cnuaren.
One child became ill Monday
morning and died almost immedi immediately.
ately. immediately. The parents and three other
children also became ill, and the
youngsters died Thursday. Only
live-month-old Nana escaped the
affects of the meal.
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Independence Day, our Club customers
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAltT NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY, NOTEMBER 1, 1957 .,
s Can Clinch Tie For Interschool Grid Title' Tohi
BHS Favored To Whip
Improved Jr. College
By TREVOR SIMONS
The mighty championship-bound Bulldogs from
Balboa High School can assure themselves of at least
a tie in the 1957 interscholastic grid race if they suc succeed
ceed succeed tonight in defeating the Canal Zone Junior Col College
lege College eleven.
n "BBS, defending champions of
!anal Zone football, started
TTlowlv and did not look impress
lve in their first three appear
ance for 1957. in ine jamuurw
ir held scoreless, then
proceeded to drop a 7-8 decision
to the Athletic Club. Even when
the Red and White won 14-0
over J.C. the first time these two
tam met. the defending
champs were not too impressive.
- Last Fridav night the Bull
dogs scored another 14-0 win,
this time over Cristobal. Even
though the victory was tainted
with unnecessary roughness, the
Bulldogs were a vastly improved
squad, apparently now ready to
successiuiiy aeiena meir cu"
To Title Shot
CHICAGO (UP) Boxer Kenny
Lane had two ways to go for a
vorld championship today and his
manager, canny Jack Kearns,
planned to take him down which whichever
ever whichever road might lead to a title
Lane, for sometime the No. 1
challenger for Jo Brown's light lightweight
weight lightweight crown, won recognition, in
Illinois at least, as the No. 1 con contender
tender contender for the defunct junior wel welterweight
terweight welterweight title Wednesday night
with a unanimous 10 round deci decision
sion decision over the 8th -ranked light lightweight,
weight, lightweight, Cuban Orlando Zulueta.
Lne scored his 49JhTiit(iif'$4
pro bouts and ran bis winning
streak to 18.
It was the second time Lane has
beaten Zulueta and the victroy
brought him within one of his
longest winning streaks as a pro
fighter. He won his first 17 bouts
after quitting amateur completion
and later won 14 straight before he
lost to Tony DeMarco nearly two
years ago, his last defeat.
It was Zulueta's 30th loss in 105
bouts and his fourth defeat in his
last five outings.
The Illinois commission decided
before the fight to recognize the
victor as the No. 1 contender in
the junior welterweight class, 140
pounds, in an effort to stimulate
If Coach Brown of the Jr.
College intends any drastic
changes in his offense for to tonight
night tonight he is not letting it be become
come become generally known. The
College elevent conceded a fair
chance of taking the title this
year, have not performed ac according
cording according to pre-season predic predictions.
tions. predictions. Their best effort has
been a 6-6 tie with the Ath Athletic
letic Athletic Club, having been held
scoreless in each of their other
Coach Brown's woes have
stemmed from his Inability to
get a full practice with his en entire
tire entire team due to scholastic de demands
mands demands and the distance of his
practice field in Diablo from the
school in Balboa.
Brown was counting heavily
too on the running of his star
halfback, Joe Cicero; but this
lad was sidelined with an injury
before the season got underway.
He saw limited action against
Balboa, but the injured back act acted
ed acted up again and Cicero will
probably now be unavailable for
the rest of the season.
The Bulldogs will nit their
brilliant running backfield ar
tist, French, Ness, Bateman and
PHILADELPHIA (UT) The Na
tional Football League's leaders in
passing, rushing, ass receiving
and scoring remained unchanged
today as the teams headed for the
halfway mark in the season's p'ay.
Eddie LeBaron of Washington,
the little guy among the big guys,
stayed put as the No. 1 passer
with Tommy Wilson of Los An Angeles
geles Angeles as the leading rusher.
Clyde Conner of San Francisco
was first among the pass receiv
ers and Jim Mutscheller of Balti Baltimore,
more, Baltimore, despite a blanking last
week, held down the top rung in
I LeBaron upped his passing aver average
age average to 10.96 yards gained for
tvery pass thrown, with 44 com
pletions in 67 passes and a net
gain of 734 yards. The Redskins'
wee one has tossed seven touch touchdown
down touchdown passes, and only three of his
Wilson, with 450 yards gained,
held a 106-yard bul3 over second
place hugh McElhenney of the
Forty -Niners with Ollie Matson of
the Chicago Cardinals in third
place with 305 yards. Rick Ca-
sares of the Chicago Bears, last
year's rushing champion, was sev
enth with 266 yards.
Tommy O'Connell of Cleveland
was second in passing with a 9.04
yard average, followed by Lamar
IfcHan of the Cardinals, Eddie
Brown of the Bears and John Uni-
tas of the Colts, who dropped from
third to fifth place.
Unit as gained the most yards
(982) and threw the most touch-
ft. St :,:.t...,
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Bai5 f$', 4 l"
Classic HOPEFU1 The reportedly expensive Chileari thbr
oughbred Geyser is shown after his arrival to compete in Sun
day's eagerly awaited $10,000 added Panama Independence Day.
Classic at the President Remon racetrack. Qeyger -i will go in
a triple entry along with Jalisco and Mossaded. The entry
considered the tep thieat to unbeaten Santurron. Geyser wa
tarined in Chile and flewri here especially for this race
account of themselves while the
stars are resting.
Tills will be a game of survlv
al for Junior College: thev still
entertain mathematical hones of
finishing the season In a tie with
CHS and BHS. A loss for the
Green Devils will completely
erase that Dossibilitv and Dut
thitfcitfldogs Into a command
ing position for the retention of
their grid championship.
Kick-off time tonight is 7 p.m
wJ51i S 5 down passes (14). Earl Morrall of
in iim vinrlii VZ Vi,J Pittsburgh was second in total
running of Jim Morris and the' d ith 909
passing ability of J.C.'s newlviya!!!,.wl
Trtll n r miiq rrarha n r Tnnlr TTaim . -
r ii.T:. rim a three-pass edge on Johnny
xiiuna. oDoa s mgegsi aavan- Carson of Washington, Mutscheller
lBc Wui ire wicii reserve power, and jiin Dooley of the Bears, all
jor ine Buiiaogs nave a 3a-man tied for second place with 20
lucuua wen auie to give a guoa
Ball Field Tarps
Can Be Motorized
WAUPON, Wis. (UP) It usual usually
ly usually takes several minutes of mus muscle
cle muscle straining hy 40 men, strug struggling
gling struggling frantically, to pull the huge
tarpaulin over the Infield When it
starts to rain at County Stadium,
home of the Milwaukke Braves.
Next year, motor scooters may
do the job in about 70 seconds.
The Reliable Screw Machine Pro Products,
ducts, Products, Inc., here developed the mo motorized
torized motorized tarpaulin.
Basically, it consists of an alu aluminum
minum aluminum roller 170 feet long around
which the tarpaulin is rolled and
two electrically driven scooters
that roll it across the field.
The motor within each scooter
not only propels it, but also drives
the roller. One scooter works each
end. The slip clutch that turns the
roller can apply an action equal to
that of 50 men.
The company said it will lease
the "system" to ball parks.
THE SWIMMING POOL ASSOCIATION Is inaugratlng this newly built pool at 10 a.m. to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow ln,Curundu. This has been the community project which started its fund raising
activities four years ago. The completion of this project has taken the efforts and coopera cooperation
tion cooperation of many people in all branches of these services, Panama Canal Company and the
Republic of Panama. All residents of the Canal Zone and the Republic of Panama are in invited
vited invited to attend the grand opening.
Rigney Thinks Willie Mays
Has Yet To Reach Potential
BEDNARIK SCORES TD
PHILADELPHIA (UP) Chuck
Bednarik, the Philadelphia Eagles'
235-pound all-league linebacker,
has, scored one touchdown during
his seven-year career in the Na National
tional National Football League. That, of
course, came on a pass intercep interception.
tion. interception. A's NAME COACH
KANSAS CITY, (UP) Don Hef Hef-fner,
fner, Hef-fner, who managed Mobile of the
Southern Association last season,
has accepted terms to coach for
the Kansas City athletics in 1958.
It's time to step up to
Four Roaes Bourbon time is now.
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joyment enjoyment of the incomparable
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CATCHING UP ON THE "NEWS' San Francisco Giants cen center
ter center fielder Willie Mays pauses briefly from his perusal of a copy
of The Sporting News (the baseball bible of the world) as he
sits on steps of the visitors dugout before the game last Mon Monday
day Monday at the Olympic Stadium, which was won by the Mays All All-Stars
Stars All-Stars 2-1. Willie's troupe is now in San Francisco where he and
nls barnstormers will open a two-game series at Seals Sta Stadium
dium Stadium tonight. The Mays group, which Includes Panamanian
right hand pitcher Humberto Robinson, left Tocumen Airport
Wednesday afternoon after playing and defeating Panama
selections in three contests. (Photo Alfonso Beckford)
Ring Magazine Names
Logart Top Contender
For Vacant Welter Title
If 8 time for
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AVAILABLE IN YOUR CANAL ZONE CLUB
CIA. CYRNOS : S. A.
NEW YORK (UP) Isaac Lo Logart,
gart, Logart, synamic Cuban body-punch
er, was named top contender for
the vacant world welterweight title
today in the Ring Magazine's lat latest
est latest ratings.
At the same time, odds man
Eddie Borden, publisher of the
Weekly Boxing World, announced
that Logart would be favored at
least 7-5 against shy one 'of the
other five men expected to be in included
cluded included in the tournament for the
vacant 147-pound crown.
Names of the six men in the
tourney will be announced Friday
or Monday by lu(Ui Helfand,
chairman of the World Champion Championship
ship Championship Committee and rhairman of
the N Y. State Athletic Commis Commission.
sion. Commission. Virgil Akins of St. Louis, who
clinched a berth in the tournament
by knocking out ex-champion Tony
DeMarco at Boston, Tuesday night
was boosted from rixtb. to second
among contenders in the ring rat ratings.
ings. ratings. DeMarco was dropped from
first to third, hut hk sir trim tn
the canvas in the Akins' fight are
expected to rule hi in out of the
tourney. DeMarco's defeat auto automatically
matically automatically boosted Piihan Impart
from second place to first.
ine tournament, expected to be
fought out within 90 days, will de determine
termine determine a successor to Carmen
Basilio, whose 147-pound crown
was vacated automatically on
Sept. 23 when he won the middle middleweight
weight middleweight (160-pound) title from Sug Sugar
ar Sugar Ray Robinson.
For avrious reasons, the six six-man
man six-man eliminations are expected to
include die following: Logart (1),
Akins (2 Evince Martinei of Pst Pst-erson,
erson, Pst-erson, N. J. (4), Gil Turner of
Philadelphia (6), Gasner Ortega of
Mexico (7) and Georce Barnes of
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 1 (UP)
As far as manager Bill Rig Rigney
ney Rigney of the transplanted New
York Giants Is concerned, Wil Willie
lie Willie Mays is Just a kid of 26 who
has yet to reach his potential.
"He'll win the triple crown
some day and bat between .360
and .380," said Rigney yesterday
as Mays looked big-eyed out the
club house window of Seals Sta Stadium
dium Stadium at the greensward where
he will feature his basket-catch
As for Willie himself he was
the Willie, of old even though he
is entering upon a phase of his
baseball career that is 3,000 miles
removed from his beloved Polo
"I don't think of records," Wil Willie
lie Willie said. "I just go up and hit
Willie said he didn't even
know what he was batting for
his barnstorming team which
opens a two game series here
tonight with a 14-1 record.
Mays, who comes up with an
swers as sharp as his hits, said
tnat nis hitting m the new pas pastures
tures pastures of Seals Stadium "all de
pends on the pltchin'."
However, he trained his eyes
on a centerfield scoreboard
which ranges between 404-410
feet from home plate and said.
"I misht get a few shots up
"Most of my power is to left
center and that often is Just a
lone out In the Polo Grounds."
Willie said. ''Here I might do a
Bnt the Polo Grounds re remains
mains remains his favorite spot as a
fielder. It was there -that he
could run "miles" back in
quest of long flys which will
hit the fence In the Seals
"The Polo Grounds was a trood
park for me to field in but hard
to hit in," Willie concluded.
Mays hit .333 last year while
clouting 35 home runs, 20 triples
and 26 doubles.
One reporter asked him if h
had gone after many bad balls
at the latter part of the season
trying to win the batting cham
plonshlp from Stan Musial.
"If I can hit over .330 I'm not
going after bad balls," Willie
Several teams had their best
opportunity to tike over first
place Tuesday night at the Elks
1542 were losintf three points to
the Shriners, but all failed to do
so. Bowling with a blind, the Elks
held onto first place, Colbert led
Judge led the Shriners with a 511
the Elkmen with a 519 while
Grants Standfast missed their
opportunity as Wright .Bros, took
them for four points. Grants
couldn't produce a 500 series, the
best bemg St. John's 495. -Watson
led the Plumbers with a 557 and
copped Class awards this week.
Casa Yohros kept the Police
Assn from moving ahead and vice
versa as they took a split for the
Pepsi-Cola, trying te leave, the
cellar could only settle for a split
from the Aves. Yea came thru
for Pepsi with a nice 524 series to
take Class C while the -Aces Hoppe
took Class A with a 535.. 7
Elks Ne. 1541,
154 190 151
771 830 706 230T
72 72 72 216
177 144 14S
803 744 715 2262
i "121f Wtof
170,181 141 141-113
113 141-113 198 152
. 146 181 172
186 170 138
740 909 209 2452
20 20 20 60
767 741 821
71 123 134
110 110 110 230
700 861 807 2368
717 877 851 24451 Totals
842 825 758 2425
IV. C X
Magnificent Hpople Is Now
Picking Upsets In Reserye
BIRD IN HAND Dizzy Trout
shows off the bird he bagged
id a cornfield near Sebewang,
Michigan's traditional pheas pheasant
ant pheasant capital. Trout ouit orpad orpad-casting
casting orpad-casting Detroit games r last
segacaJo. JitchJpr Baltjgigre
By MAJOR AMOS B. HOOPLE
Wizard rf the Upset World
Egad! There come Saturdays
when the nation's gridirons are
streaked with upsets, when the
dope bucket is slosh'ed around willy
nilly over the autumnal landscape.
These sre the days when your
correspondent, my zillions of gen gentle
tle gentle readers shines like a satellite.
I doubt if another forecaster the
lengh and breadth of the land
selected Illinois, a two-touchdown
underdog, to clobber the glamoro
us Gophers. None but Hoople har har-rumph!
rumph! har-rumph! Now we face the prospect in re reverse,
verse, reverse, as it were, llllinois, which
made mighty Minnesota look like
a high school team, falling at the
hands of Purdue, 14 to 7.
There are other upsets brewing
Notre Dame, which lost to Navy,
33 to 7 last year, will maul the
Middies, 27 to 13. And on the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific coast, the Oregon upstarts
will crush Stanford.
Watch for a tie between Auburn
and Florida. Auburn, one of the
great defwfensive teams of
this generation, needs only one
good run or pass to wis this con contest,
test, contest, but slas and alack!
Imagine Tulane rising phoenix phoenixlike
like phoenixlike from the ashes to maul Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi State! Another close one
in, the Southerland Alabama 14,
Georgia 13. That same score be being
ing being matched in the East by Brown's
victory over Princeton.
. Well sod Well and Well!
Go on with the fa ore cast:
Brown 14, Princeton 13
Yale 14. Dartmouth 7
Penn 20, Harvard 13
Penn State 26, West Va. 7 r
Pitt 14, Syracuse 7
Purdnp 14 Tllinnii T
Iowa 20, Michigan 13
Mirhisin Stat 90 Wicom4 14
Notre Dame 27, Navy 13
Alabama 14, Georgia Tech 13
Texas A. and M. 20, Arkansas If
Florida 7, Auburn 7 t-:-
Texas Christian 20, Baylor 131
Duke 7, Georgia Teen 0
La. State 19, Vanderbill 8
So. Carolina 14, Maryland 7
Tulane 20, Mississippi State 14-: v
Tennessee 14, North Carolina j'
Texas 19, So Methodist 13 v1'1
Colorado 21, Missouri 14 1 It
UCLA 20, California 14 z v
Oregon 20, Stanford 13 J";; J";;-Oregon
Oregon J";;-Oregon State 14, Wish Slate 12
BHS 7, J.C. 8 v. ,
: c J (
. tailor: CONRAPO SARCtANf I
TOP AT, UOVEMBEg 1, 1957
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN IN DEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
' Tangle In $600 Mile Gallop
Pro Football League Rookies
Busy As Ants This Season
Other Startersil I ir Race
The Ma 'is formed bV Opiileri'
to, Embassy and Rosier. Embas Embassy
sy Embassy an. Impressive ..third lart
week, looms the most dangerous
of the three and could- go pit tne
mnt.n1 favorite to win.' ; Y:
Sabiondo last week breezed to
an-easy 'three-length win over
such' speedsters as Blue Sky,
Plbe Lindo- and Elko while Em Embassy
bassy Embassy was beaten only one length
by Louvre and Fieltro. Louvre
scored by a half length over Fiel
tro, which in turn was anomer
naif length aneaa.or Emoassy.
opulento and Rosier have dis
appointed In their most recent
races but both are known to be
a. ar d-running Argentine-Bred three-year-old
colt Sabiondo tomorrow will getl his stiff est test to
date against the likes of three pioven fourth series
imported thoroughbreds in the $600 one mile main
event at. the President Kemon racetrack.
horses with "class" and could
come to life at any moment.
As usual, Ruben Vasquez will
be aboard sabiondo, Fernando
Alvarez replaces Segundo Carva Carva-Jal
Jal Carva-Jal on Embassy, Hectaf Ruiz
takes overjoy Sandino Hernan Hernandez
dez Hernandez on Rosar and Jorge Phillips
will attempt to get more out or
Opulento than Vicente Ortega
Phillips is one of the few jock
eys able to get Opulento to run
from behind The long-striding
Chilean horse does his best run running
ning running put in. front but recently
has been eoing against better
sprinters with disastrous results.
This looks like a spot ror a nice
Two "hard-to-pick" $500 fifth
series races are the secondary
attractions. The first one. the
seventh race, lists Gouvernant,
Garramuno, Kterla stuarao, ai-
hajar, Oliver, El Aghella and
Mlkel as scheduled starters.
The other fifth series event is
Currita more difficult to decipher. Jal
Sideral Alal II, Mahandoagua, Dawn
BarUu Song, Volcanico, Elko, cypress
Celestial Fire Bull, Febrero II, Empire- Cross,
Alhajar Verygood and El Fakir are en en-Toxlc
Toxlc en-Toxlc tered In this prospective thriller.
Manandoagua v Seven other interesting races
Embassy are included on trie card.
1 Mrs. Hallitan Dun
J Miss Patience Ornamental S,
7 EI AgheUa
9 Empire Cross
1 Hi Sabiondo
FOOTBALL WEATHER- Heat only heats up the Los Angeles football fan." No fewer than
77,314 made themselves as comfortable as possible in 87-degree temperature and rooted the
Rams to a 35-17 victory over the Detroit Lions. Home team snapped three-game losing streak.
By EARL WRIGHT
National Football Leaffue Fook-
ies are as busv as ants at a nic-
nic this season.
In past years, first-vear nlavprs
felt lucky if they could suck on
a pro squad and see a few min minutes
utes minutes action when a came wai won
or lost. The rookies have changed
me script in 1957
Idaho ad you won't find on any Bay; the Colts are favored over
1956 A-America teams, is second Ithe Pittsburgh Steelers by 7V4 at
to Galimore among the rookie IBaltimore, and the Cardinals ar
toucnciown-makers with lour on Iivored over the Philadelphia
'Skint Start Thro
Paul HornunK of the Green Baiv
Packers, Jim Brown of the Cleve Cleve-lind
lind Cleve-lind Browns and Jim Podolev of
Of the 145 touchrinwnk Krnreri sn the Wnshincrtnn RoHclrine oro dvi
far this season, rookies have beenlamong the rookies with three
involved in 35 or nearly one-fourth .touchdowns apiece. Washington
Race Track Graded Entries
By Conrado Sargeant
,The number of thoroughbreds
under the care of Luis H. "Ma "Ma-go"
go" "Ma-go" Farrugia has been increased
by threjB with the arrival of
Geyser.. Pasatlempo andvRecife
I from Chile.
Geyser, the five year old
brown son of Welsh Honey-Glen-
cornr tnat win mane nis locai
debut In Sunday's S10.000 Pan;
k stma independence Day Classic,
: la the smallest of tne tnree. Fer
nando Alvarez wui nue mm in
hi Initial local .engagement.
Pasatlempo, a five-year-old
chestnut offspring of Faubourg Faubourg-Proa,
Proa, Faubourg-Proa, and Recife, a three-year-old
black son of Welsh Honey Honey-Receta,
Receta, Honey-Receta, are Ihe other two Chilean-bred
' No Jockey accompanied tne
thoroughbreds on their trip
here. It was erroneously re reported
ported reported by us thajt Chilean
jockey Alfonso Poblete had
arrived along with the racers.
Another newcomer scheduled
to make his local debut is Rory,
a five-year-old Argentine-bred
chestnut horse. Rory, owned Dy
the Stud 32 and trained by Nor Norman
man Norman Kenny, will go against King
John, Diocese, French Shoe and
Red Label in Sunday's second
risce for imported non-winners.
Certamen, will race in the fu future
ture future as the property of C. A.
Williams who will also train the
greV coated native mare.
Encachada Is now owned by
the Haras San Miguel and is be
hi trained -b. Manuel Rivera.
The Stud San Judas disap-
DOintintr Jal Alal II is now un
der the handling of trainer Luis
Qulfiones. Arturo Julian yas his
1 Panch6 'Lopez, Blue Sky, Mf.
Tlvoli and Puesto will' race with
blinkers this week. Ocala Mis3,
Le Matelot and Trirreme will
race without blinkers In the fu future.
ture. future. oOo
Garramufio is another thor thor-ouehbred
ouehbred thor-ouehbred with a new ;trainer.
Julio Chandeck replaces Victor
Fong as Nicolas Mosaquites
The Jurado-Femandei im
porting firm yesterday bought
a two-year-old grey filly by
Colon!', out of a daughter of
Niccollo Dell' Area named Col Colleen's
leen's Colleen's Wish t the Newmarket
News from England also indi indicate
cate indicate that negotiations are; be being
ing being made by interests in Pana Panama
ma Panama to buy Winston Churchill's
classy router Le Pretendant
which participated in the Lau Laurel
rel Laurel International invitation in
Washington, D.C last year.
1st Race, 6th Series Imp. 8 Fgs. Purse $400 Pool Closes 1:00
f lKST KAJK, O run,
1 Dofia Beatriz J. Phillips 115 Showing improvement 5-1
2 Chulpa R. Vasquez 115 Best early speed 4-1
3 My Friend A. Credldio 102 Ran well in last 3-1
4 Dun A. Vasquez 113 From indicates z-i
RCnnnret,e Pine O. San. 115 Could make it here 4-1
6 Suntonner G. Montero lldx Nothing in months 15-1
7 Mrs. Halligan B. Baeza 118 Dangerous contender 5-2
8 Coronation Day Hernan 99x Rates good chance 8-1
8 (Bradomin V. Castillo 110 Not against these 10-1
10 (Alminar A. Reyes 105x Not, good enough 10-1
11 (Money Maker H. Ruiz 1O0 Poor race in last 10-1
2nd Race, 6th Series Imp. 6 Fgs. Purse $400 Pool Closes
2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
lOro Purito A. Vasquez 113 Last doesn't count
2 Coral A. Alfaro 107x Could score again
3 Camberwell F. Alvarez 106 Strong effort in last
4 Ornamental Star Baeza 115 Returns from layoff :'
5 Greco J. Rodriguez 110 -Was never better
6 Miss patience A. Credi. 108 Dangerous contender
7 Escorial J. Jimenez 110 Racing to good form
,8 Lanero c. Ruiz 114 Could surprise nere
4 fMatriculado A- Reyes 112x Dropped in class
16W-(Flf4to ArcValdMa 115, Wasalsonignr
3rd Race. "G" Natives 5 Fgs. Purse $375
1 Fru Fru Jose Rodriguez 108 Distance handicaps
2 Kalalu B. Baeza 115 Usually fractious
3 Tanganica H. Ruiz 100 Broken stiffup last
4 Golden Moon J. Phillips 113 Better than, ever
5 presidente A. Credidlo 108 Good early speed
6 Cuirita F. Alvarez 115 Enjoying rare form
7 Pancho Lopez A. Ycaza 115 --Mutuels favorite
8 Orando V. Ortega 110 Distnace suits style
9 ffapa E. Ortega 106 Depends on start
Pool Closes 2:00
RENEW OLD RIVALRY
ATHENS, Ga.. (UP) When
Georgia meets -Alahama h Ufa nrt
Saturday it will continue one of
Dixie's oldest football rivalries. It
will mark the 43nl mooting h.
tween the two schools' in a series
which dates back to 1895.
RUTGERS ADDS TWO
NEW BRUNSWICK. N. .T mv
Rutgers plays two new football
opponents next season Quantico
Marines and Buckneil Tha sna.
let will be meeting Guantirn fnr
the first time while the IBueknell
game resumes an old series. Other
opponents include Princeton, Col
gate, iticnmond, Lehigh, -Delaware
Lafayette and Columbia
. RETIRES FOR YEAR
CAMDEN. N. .1. arp rt,..
Tony who finished fourth in
last Saturday's Garden st.t.
of the total. Rookies have scored
in touchdowns on runs or plunges
caught 13 touchdown passes
scored two on interceptions and
passed lor another.
Cothrtn Toei Well
In addition. Paico rnihnn tva
former Mississippi star is making
like Lou Groza with his foot. Coth Coth-ren
ren Coth-ren has kicked five field goals and
12 extra points for the Los An Angeles
geles Angeles Rams to lead the first
Willie Galimore of the Chicago
Bears, a former Florida A a M
player who didn't Shmir nn rim
1956 All-Americas, leads the rook-
ics in touchdowns with six.
.R. C Owens of the San Fran Fran-cisco
cisco Fran-cisco Forty-Niners, a Colege of
Stakes, the world's .richest horse
race, will be retired for the re remainder
mainder remainder of the year. The colt will
be shipped to a farm in nnri;nn
ton, N. J., to await next spring's
Maryland racing season.
FINKS TAKES OVER
CALGARV Alfa fTTT
Masterson has resigned as general
manager of the Calgary' Stam Stam-peders
peders Stam-peders of the Canadian Football
League and will be reDlared hv
assistant coach Jim Finks. Master Master-son
son Master-son joined the Stamnprtpr last
season. Finks played with the
Pittsburgh Steelers for six seasons.
has three rookies in its starting
oi.ensive Dacxneid and they have
contributed eight touchdowns.
In Sunday's other games, the
Forty-Niners are 3V4 point choices
to beat the Detroit Lions at San
Francisco; the Rams are favored
over the Bears bv three at T.n
Angeles; the Giants are favored
over the Packers by six at Green
Eagles by seven at Chicago.
Take a minute,
to save a life
PLV KM IT
FLU CANCELS GAME
LOUISVILLE, Ky., (UP) -Next
Saturday's scheduled football
game between undefeated Louis Louisville
ville Louisville and Morehead (Ky.) State
has been called off hpcsnsa nt
flu outbreak at Morehead.
"2-Stop" Flights from Panama
A choice of 5 differed' routes to Europe
Fly now pay later 1 3-day fares
Family Plan now in effect
AIm flights to the Caribbean,
Central and South America
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4th Race, "Hla." Natives 5 Fgs. Purse $375
Pool Closes 2:30
3 Mr. Jack
R. Vasquez 110 Gets off last always
B. Baeza 110 Last was revelaing
V. Castillo 118 Usually fractious
J. Avlla 1J5 Has strongest finish
H. de Gracia 112x Good early speed
F. Godoy 110 Could go all the way
J. Phillips 108 Good early speed too
A. Credidlo 106 Last doesn't count
Weekend Football 'Wiriners'
And Oscar Fraley's Follies
y OSCAR FRALEY
TOKYO (UP) Fraley's Follies
and the weekend football "win "winners"
ners" "winners" while saying "sayonara"
to Japan and- some of the things
which will be missed.
Came of the Week
Notre Dame over Navy This
rates as one of these showcase
ms and therefore gets the na national
tional national attention. The Fighting
Irish spirit Which conduered Army
should live the South Benders a
I Texas Aggies over Arkansas
ver saw such cherub-faced
. over Clemson Cuter tha
TCU over Baylor Only they
don't wear fur coats.
5th Race, "Hla." Natives 5 Fgs. Purse $375
Pool Closes 3:00
1 Chancerita A. Reyes 105x Distanc esuits style
2 Golden Bound Hernan. 103x Nothing in months
3 Engafioso A. CredldhvlOO Should beat thses
4 Barilu F. Alvarez 108 Returns improved
5 Nacho A. Ycaza 115 Form indicates
6 Redondita J. cadogan 110 Would pay off
6th Race. 6th Series Imp. 6 Fgs. Purse $400
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Quiescence A Alfaro 107x Nothing recently
2 Mar Bravo A. Reyes 109x Fair effort in last
3 Riscal A. Credidlo 110 Could be upsetter
4 Globe Trotter Fl Alvar. 110 Reportedly improved
5 Celestial Fire S. Her. 99x HArd to beat here
6 Dagon R. Vasquez 115 Broken stirrup last
7 Picararo B. Baeza 118 Form Indicates
8 Mezereum J. Jimenez 115 Nothing to recommend
Pool Closes 3:40
Army over Colgate I'll
Princeton over Brown They're
wrinkled and 70-plus.
Columbia over Cornell But
wise, wonderful .and serene.
Yaw ever Dartmouth Probably
because they don't have to read
this kind of stuff.
Also: Penn over Harvard, Bos
ton University over George Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, Penn State over West Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia and Pitt over Syracuse.
Georgia over Alabama Miss
those pn-diimer-hot towels, too.
Auburn over- Florida Every
country should nse 'em.
Duke over Georgia Tech They
refresB uie weary fimer.
LSU over Vanderbiit Whether
ke plans to est, or sot ; -Also:
South Carolina ever Mary
land, Mississippi State, ever Tu-
lane, Mississippi over- Houston,
North Carolina ever Tennessee,
Miami ever Villanevs, North Car Car-slini
slini Car-slini State ever Wake Forest,
over Citadel, Kentucky ever
his State and Virginia over
Texas over SMU But, then,
neither do the mama-sans.
Also: Texas Tech over Oklaho Oklahoma
ma Oklahoma State. Texas Western over
Hardin-SImmons and Arizona over
West Texas State.
Iowa over Michigan Hate to
miss tnis World Series.
Michigan State over Wrsrnnsin
?ut they've got enough baseball
Minnesota over Indiana And
not enough tickets to go around.
Ohio State over Northwestern
Which is just exactly like at home.
Also: Purdue over Illinois, Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma over Kansas Stat KoK..
ka over Kansas. Iowa St a to avaw
Drake, Cincinnati over .Detroit
Missouri over Colorado and rw
ton over Wichita.
UCLA ever California T .n
Stanford over Ore eon Th.nv.
ivr uie memories.
Oregon State over Washington
State So again, savonara.
Southern California over Wah.
Mgioe aim l sure do arrigatol
Also: Oreeon Stat mw w..k
ingtm State. Marauette
lege of Pacific. Idaho over Mrm.
Una, Utah over Colorado State
Denver over New Mexico, Utah
Stat over Brieham Yonnff ami
Wyoming over Air Force Acad
7th Race, 5th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.Purse S500 PooIXloses 4:10
mu xv.i v. r. ut inc. uuudlii
1 Gouvernant A. Vasquez 113 Ran weel in return 4-1
2 Garramuno H. Ruiz 110 Doesn't seem likely 20-1
j 3 Maria Stuardo Castillo 115 Returns in good shape 10-1
Ainajar it. vasquez From indicates 3-2
o Oliver A. Mena 115 Rates fair chance 5-1
6 El Agheila A. Reyes 109x Will fight it out 2-1
7 MiKei v. Alvarez lis seeks third straight 2-1
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
All sales and delivery service of our
BEERS and CANADA DRY products
will be suspended at all our plants in
3rd of November
8th Race, "F Natives 6 Fgs. Purse
Pool Closes 4:40
L-Certamen M. Guerrero 104 Not with this rider
3 Bugaba J. Phillips 110 Always dangerous
3- -Mr. Tlvoli R. Vasquez 113 Could score again
4 Toxic A. Ycaza 113 Has good workouts
5-Desiree G. Sanchez 113 In fight to finish
Olimpico H. Ruiz 115 -From indicates
7 Yoyita A. Credidlo 106 -Rates good chance
ttf Race, 5th Series Imp. 7 Frs. Purse $500
Pool Closes 5:15
1- iJai Alal AVasquea 118 Early spped only
2 Manandoagua. A. Reyes 103x From indicates
3- tDawn song G. Sanche 110 Dangerous this time
4- iVolcanlco R. Vasquei 118 Could make it here
5- Elko H. Ruiz 110 Good early speed
6- Cypress Bull T. Alvarez 110 Lacks early foot
! 7 Febrero n Hernandez 105x Good recent races
8-Emplre Cross-A. CredL-108 Could score again
(VerygOOd- J.'PhilllM 110 Last rloom't
10 (El Fakir E. Daria 100 Could be surnrin.
Itth Race, 4th Series Imp. i Fg. Purse $60t
; Pool Qosee 1:45
J. Phillips' 108 Could get up noW f
F. Alvarez 108 In fight to ginish "f
R. Vasquez 113 .Gets real test here -?
- H. Ruiz 100 Danger carf
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PHILLIPS Oceantid Cottage
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phona Paaama
3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTERS COTTAGES and large
beach housa, ona mil patt Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phona Balboa 1866.
For reservation at Shrapnel's San Santa
ta Santa Clara, also regarding sale of
property. Phone Thompson, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1772.
FOR RENT: Space lor office.
Compafiia da Seguro building in
Campo Alegre. Air conditioned,
elevator, cleanerman, big spiee
for parking 26 M2. Tel 3-0136.
FOR RENT: Wooden house,
screened, balcony all around, 5
roorhs, cool, quiet. Via Fernando
da Cordoba, No. 4120.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished concrete chalet, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, hot water. Road facing
Paitilla Airfield No. 109. Call 3 3-0553.
0553. 3-0553. DELEGATE Miss Perla V V-Thompson
Thompson V-Thompson leaves today fgr
Washington, D.C" where,, stte
1U attend the Congress -of
Pharmacy and Biochemistry
held Nov. 3 through Nov. 10.
Dave Beck Says Teamsters
Will Not Throw Out Hoffa
WASHINGTON, Nov. 1, (UP)
Teamster President Dave Beck de defied
fied defied AFL-CIO Executive Council
demands today and said the giant
union has no intention of purging
James ft. Hoffa from its ranks.
Beck, who is slated to be suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded by Hoffa as union presi president,
dent, president, said the Teamsters would
appeal their suspension by the e e-ecutive
ecutive e-ecutive council to the AFL CIO
convention in Atlantic City, in
AFL-CIO President George
Meany said in announcing suspen suspension
sion suspension of the Teamsters a week ago
that Hoffa would have to be
dropped or the executive council
would recommend the union's ous ouster
ter ouster at the december meeting.
Beck said that if the Teamsters
appeal to the AFL-CIO convention
was turned down he was sure the
Teamsters would be expelled.
Asked if he thought the appeal
would succeed. Beck said, "I
cerainly would be an optimist if
I thought so."
The union chief told newsmen
assembled in the Teamsters' five
million dollar headquarters herei
that the appeal would be based on
o Factual Evidence
le said the union's lame-duck
Tord. Che v., GMC, Mark, Jeep. etc.
Listing awilahle on request.
A few select territories for agency
appointments are still open
I NTT AUTO PARTS CORP.
:45 W. 124th St.. N Y. 27, N Y.
MOME FURNISHING TOM
h t JhIt Av. H ft.
Ask how yon
ATTENTION, a I.! Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot. cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Cool furnished
apartment to couple without
without children, $65.00. Via
Porras No. 120, beside Roosevelt
Theatre. Overlooking SAS Com Commissary.
missary. Commissary. Phone 3-5024.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
kitchen, maid's room with bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, garage. Alberto Navarro
street No. 53. El Cangrejo.
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment. Best residential sec section.
tion. section. Near bus stops. 43rd Street
FOR RENT: Very modern
apartment suitable for offices.
Ideally situated and very spacious
38th street No. 2-52 Lincoln
Building Telephone Panama 3 3-7686
7686 3-7686 or 3-7683.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 7th Ave. and Via Cin Cin-cuentenario.
cuentenario. Cin-cuentenario. Coco del Mar, Tel.
3-2189. Quiet surroundings.
FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. Telephone
1386. New Alhambra Apart Apartments
ments Apartments 10th Street, Colon.
FOR RENT: Modern "Duplex"
two bedroom, furnished or un unfurnished,
furnished, unfurnished, near Hotel El Panama
Hotel, Campo Alegre. Phone 3 3-3379
3379 3-3379 or 2-2341.
FOR RENT: Army inspected
furnished one bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, all conveniences, 4th of
July Avenue. Phone 2-2081.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
apartment, including refrigerator,
porch, parlor-diningroom, bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, kitchen, screened. $55.00.
Apply $112, Via Belisario Porras,
near Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. East 90th street. Via Po Porras
rras Porras No. 16, San Francisco.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms, livingroom,
'dining room, Independent serv service.
ice. service. San Francisco, East 86th
street No. 6, near Roosevelt
executive board, which met for
several hours today, would con-
tend that there was no factual evi evidence
dence evidence to back allegations of cor corruption
ruption corruption against Beck, Hoffa and
other union officials elected at t e
Teamsters recent Miami Beach
He also said the union would
argue that even if the alleged acts
were true which he denied they
all took place before the AFL-CIO
constitution was adopted two years
Beck said expulsion might help
the Teamsters organization, the
AFL-CIO's largest union, even
though some harm could result.
"It could result in tremendously
intensified organizing," he aid.
He denied the truck union would
attempt to raid other AFL-CIO af affiliates
filiates affiliates if it were kicked out.
Appeals Court Order
Becks statement came as the
Teamsters asked the U.S. Court j
of Appeals to stay a federal court!
order barring Hoffa and other!
newly-elected Teamster officalsj
from taking office.
It denounced as entirely unjusti-'
fied the lower court's finding that
Hoffa's election was "rigged" at
the Teamsters' convention. j
Teamsters attorney Martin F
O'Donoghue told the U.S. Court of i
Appeals panel that he already had1
agreed to the lower court order j
on Hoffa and the other officials.
He said he would not object to
us continuance while a trial was
held on merits of the charges
But he asked the appeals coft
to stay two other sections of the
; lower court ruling, one barring
.union Secretary-Treasurer John F
jEngish rom spending funds ex ex-Icept
Icept ex-Icept under the 1952 constitution
; and another which inHii-oti,,
wiped out constitutional chanees
enacted dy the convention
I O Donoghue said the restriction
barring English "an honest up upright
right upright man"-would place him in
danger of contempt if he mistak mistakenly
enly mistakenly interpreted the 1952 docu document.
ment. document. v C'rcui' ...Court Judges Charles
Fahy. VVilbur K. Miller and
George T. Washington comprised
iirtfPPFaLS panel They &av both
, sides a chance to file additional
! papers, forestalling an immediate
ruling on the Teamsters' plea
! NINTH TO BE PENTOMIC
WASHINGTON (UP) The 9th
Infantry Division will reorganiie
itself along "pentomic" lines De-
SLm t lhe Army announced.
The 9th is the last of 15 divisions
to begin conversion to atomic war warfare
fare warfare organization. The pentomic
divisions (pentomic being a com combination
bination combination of atomic and pen, mean meaning
ing meaning five) are organized into five
battle groups, instead o' the three
infantry regiments formerly male-
tog up tor divisions.
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FARMACIA LUX 1M Central Avenue
VAN-DER-JIS 80 Street No w
the Bella Vlnta Theatre. COLON:
FOR SALE: 1 950 Humber 7
passenger sedan, duty paid. Call
FOR SALE: 1952 Pontiac hard hardtop,
top, hardtop, Hydramatic, radio, heater,
under book value. Navy 2490
FOR SALE: 1950 Pontiac Sil Sil-verstreack,
verstreack, Sil-verstreack, radio, heater, good
shape, 350 cash, Balboa 4495,
FOR SALE: 1953 Pontiac sta station
tion station wagon, 4 door, radio, heat heater.
er. heater. Phone 85-4132 or '83-4291.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet station
wagon, 4-door, automatic shift,
30,000 miles, excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, Balboa 6339.
FOR SALE: 1949 Dodge, 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan, excellent transpor transportation,
tation, transportation, can be seen at 5623 Dia Diablo,
blo, Diablo, Asking $245, will accept
best offer. Office 2-2731; home
2-4256 after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1953 Mercury 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan, standard shift, radio,
heater. Best offer. Cristobal 3 3-1416.
1416. 3-1416. YASHICA
9 1. 1. sunt
Gibraltar Ule Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama 2-055S
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2- 2451 2-2562
Laara) Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding & Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
155 Central Ave.
Dr. GERALDO S. MM
East 34th St. No. 6-25
Across from the Lux Theater
Hours: 9 to 12 3 t 6
Tel. 3-3272 Panama
Far military and civil ervlce
personnel only in C.Z. write or
phone for information Phi Wei Wei-ner,
ner, Wei-ner, General Aaent Phona 1070
Box 3114 Panama.
HOLLYWOOD, Nov. 1 (UP)
Actress Gloria Grahame received
an interlocutory divorce tooay
from motion picture producer Cy
Howard who did not contest the
Miss Grahame testified in Su Superior
perior Superior Court at nearby Santa
Monica that Howard vhad been
"abusive" towards her, leading to
three separations before she filed
Judge Edward R. Brand ap approved
proved approved a property settlement
under which Miss Grahame will
receive $300 a month alimony
payable only if her income is
below $10,000 a year and How Howard's
ard's Howard's earnings are above (50,000
Under the agreement, Howard
will pay $250 monthly support for
their 13-month-old (laughter. Man Man-anna
anna Man-anna Paulettc. MisiGrahame and
Howard were married in 1954 and
separated last March 16. The
actress formerly was married to
actor Stanley Clements and direc director
tor director Nirk Rav. Howard ia in New
'ijYork at present, .----
IRtwn net mm nh-rirrat AT H-TI
1 Lottery Plaza a CA8A ZALDO Central
Btrcel a) mokhibon 4th of Jul; Ave. at J St LEWIS
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J Po. d
FARMACIA EL BATURRO Patau Lefevr.
Control Avenue 12.165 Tel,
Boats b Motors
1 8 ft. Cabin Crusier, completely
equipped, also cushions, toilet,
built-in incebox. Two 25 h.p.
Johnson motor, one with starter
also steering and control. Heavy
duty trailer. All in excellen con condition.
dition. condition. Make offer or consider
trade. ABERNATHY SPORTING
GOODS. Phine 3-6895 or 3 3-0264.
0264. 3-0264. Good heavy 15 ft. fishing boat,
$110.00. Deluxe runabout with
complete steering, $250.00. 15
ft. Evinrude, $185.00. ABER ABERNATHY
NATHY ABERNATHY SPORTING GOODS.
Just arrived, windshields and
tops. Also beautiful fiber-glass
cabin crusier. ABERNATHY
UNDER WATER FISHERMAN
Starting today we fill aqua lung
tanks.- Guaranteed good fresh air
with the finest "Corelius" ma machine
chine machine made. 10 minutes service.
Billy Graham RP
The first formal organizational
meeting following Evangelist Billy
Graham's acceptance of an invi
tation to visit the Isthmus is be being
ing being held in Panama this week by
representatives of the 26 local
More than 100 persons actively
connected with the forthcoming
Billy Graham visit are scheduled
to hold a supper gathering at the
Instituto Pan-Americano on Via Es
pana in the Sabanas Section start
ing tit 5:30 p.m. this afternoon.
Immediately after the supper
session, at 8 p.m., all Protestant
pastors on the Isthmus have been
invited to gather in the Instituto
gymnasium and to tiring along the
leading laymen of their churches.
At the 5:30 meeting those in at attendance
tendance attendance will pay for their own
specially prepared "arroz con po polio"
lio" polio" dinner and will eat in class classrooms
rooms classrooms of the school in groups ac according
cording according to the committee on
which they are serving for the
Billy Graham Panama Crusade.
While each group will discus
its own committee activities un under
der under th leadership if its indivi individual
dual individual chairman. Dr. R. Kenneth
Strachen will be pnssent to 90
around and meet personally with
Dr. Strachen, General Director
of the Latin American Mission who
represents Billy Graham in all ar arrangements
rangements arrangements in all of the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean countries where the world world-famed
famed world-famed evangelist will conduct
meetings early next year, arrived
in Panama yesterday.
His Panama stop has been
scheduled between visits to Cara Caracas
cas Caracas and San Jose where he is as assisting
sisting assisting in similar organizational
At the 8 o'clock meeting, Rev.
Efrain Alphonse of the British
Methodist Church in Panama will
be the presiding officer, Senor Car
los Cedeno will be the song lead leader,
er, leader, and Professor Nestor Martinez
Gordillo will read the scripture
and offer prayer.
Dr. Strachen will speak on the
program and will show a motion
Last year's Isthmian table ten
nis champion, Artnur josepn re repeated
peated repeated this year as ringles champ
again last night at the USO-JWB
by defeating racket stylist Stan Stanley
ley Stanley Hall In the civilian finals and
A. Diaz, the military winner. He
lost one set to Hall
The victory was a very impor
tant one for Joseph. He not only
won the Isthmian but also t n e
Gil Gonzalo Garrido was on
hand to award a beautiful trophy
on behalf of the Panamanian Gov Government
ernment Government and also awarded Joseph
a medal from the Department of
Phvsical Education, of which Ga
rrido has been director for some
years. He also awarded medals
to the champions of the men
doubles, William Hill George Gran-
num. the chamDions nf the mixed
doubles. Maritza Loo de Yau-Tp-
mas Chu and in a nice gesture.
to Sp2 A. Diaz from the J.W.T.U
(Junele Warfare Tra:ninng cen
ter), wmner of the military sin
gles and coupled with R. Jordan,
was also winner of the military
The men's doubles championship
was played between Grannum-Hill
from the Atla Table Tenni Club
from Panama and the military
winners. A. Diaz-R. Jordan, both
from the J.W.T.C. Grannum Hill
ran into stiff competition as they
had to show all tneu ability in or
der to win in five hectic fought
The mixed doubles competition
was won again this year by the
White-Green Club.entry of Maritza
Loo de Yau-Tomas Chu, wbo beat
the good team of Genevieve Mc-
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FOR SALE:-t Radio console with
bar in perfect condition. 46th
street No. 4-98. Phona 3-4638.
FOR SALEj Double mahogany
bed complete $25; einglt folding
bed and mattress $10; double
iron bed complete $15. All three
$40. Telephone Balboa 2870.
FOR SALE: Norge automatic
60-cycle washing machine,
$100. Qtrs. 156 Kobbe, Tel. 84 84-4285.
4285. 84-4285. FOR SALE: G. E. autimatic
washer, like new, $175.00.
LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults. Teenagers Preteens
Balboa 2-4239. y Harnett and
Crusade Due Feb. 2
picture entitled "Battleground Eu Europe,
rope, Europe, a documentaiy film of Bil Billy
ly Billy Graham's appearnces in Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. At the 8 o'clock service, all
present will be given an oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to register their willing willing-russ
russ willing-russ to pray and work for the
success of the Billy Graham Pa Pa-anama
anama Pa-anama Crusada from Fab. 2 to
8 next year.
Included among the sponsoring
groups are the Christian Mis Mis-si6n
si6n Mis-si6n of Panama, Central American
Mission, Alianza Evangeiica de Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, American Bible Society,
Isthmus Religious Workers Feder Federation,
ation, Federation, Salvation Army, Baptist
Church, Church of God. Church
of God Pentecostal, Church of
God hanctmed, Episcopal Church,
Four Square Church, Gospel Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Union, Iglesia Evangeiica
Pentecostal, Lutheran Church,
Methodist Church-American Con
ference, Methodist Church Brit British
ish British Conference, Natronal Baptist
Convention, Nazarene Church, Na-
zarene Christian Church, New
Table Tennis Singles;
Win Doubles Crown
Clure-George Grannum, the intel intelligent
ligent intelligent and cooperative playing of
Maritza undoubtedly saved t h e
match and made it possible for
them to win the championship.
The sixth annual Isthmian Table
Tennis Tournament brought out a
record crowd this year. No chairs
were available and many of the
onlookers had standing room only.
They cheered throughout the play playoffs
offs playoffs and were rewarded with an
evening of action and excitement
as the best players ot the Repub Republic
lic Republic and the military forces battled
for top honors.
During the evening, Stanley Hall
suggested, that Julio G. David,
chairman of this event for the
sixth year and SolorYion Pereira,
assistant chairman, should play an
exhibition game of 11 points to
show the audience, that they also
know how to play table tennis. In
a surprise move hy the players,
David, in recognition ot his work
as chairman, was awarded a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful Batea. It was handed to him
by Mrs. Maritza Loo de Y a u.
Hall, a long standing friend of Da David,
vid, David, thanked him ji representation
of all players. He praised David
for all the work ne ha done in
order to promote and manage the
table tennis tournmaneta.
Following the matches, David
presented Rabbi Nathan Wilkin, di director
rector director of the USO-JW& Armed
Forces Service Center, who spoke
a few words and thanked all the
players for their cooperation. He
also tnanked the Star ana ueraia,
La Estrella,-The Panama -Ameri
can. El Panama America. La Ho-
ra, CFN, and the military papers
PP.EC1ADO 7 Street NO. II auwuas
182 U Car.asqullla J""11-' ri
Arosemena Ave. ana 33 as. uua
FOR SALE: Whirlpool wringer
type washing machine. Call Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 4121.
FOR SALE: Save money I Buy
' Clayco building blocks, 4 x1 2"
xl2". They are economical, light
and do not crack, $123.20 per
thousand. Clayco 6 Alfareria, S.
A., Via EspaAa No. 37-40.
FOR SALE: Piano, typewriter,
haver, b o 0 k e n 1, watches,
clothes,, toya, blackboard, mis miscellaneous.
cellaneous. miscellaneous. 2308-B. Las Cruces,
FOR SALE: 60 cycle Thor
washing machine $30,00 2560
cycle, table model aewing ma machine
chine machine $50.00. 6 year siie crib.
Call Navy Pac. 3587.
FOR SALE: Special sale today
until November 30 on all our
many splendored things, gor gorgeous
geous gorgeous Oriental novelties etc.
Lum's Ave. J. Frco. do la Ossa
40 (Auto row.) Reduced 30.
FOR SALE: Boxer puppies.
Mariano Arosemena Street No.
39, apartment No. 3, above "Bo "Bo-tica
tica "Bo-tica La Vida".
UNDER WATER FISHERMAN;
Starting today we fill aqua lung
' tanks. Guaranteed good fresh
air with the finest "Corelius"
machine made. 0 minutes serv service.
ice. service. ABERNATHY SPORTING
Rabt Shaw apartment aibe stove
with even. Excellent condition.
Less than half price. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-0264 or 3-6435.
FOR S A L Is Exceptionally
charming ranch style house in
Las Cumbres. Especially suitable
for couple. For appointment writ
box 5477 Panama.
To Wesl" Germany
uets I Arrested
(BERLIN, Nov. 1 (UP) East
German Communist said today
they hav arrested IS persons for
trying 10 smuggle aast uerman
currency into West Berlin and
The Communists have Increased
border controls since they made
a sudden c u r r e n y exchange
Oct. 13, East Germans now are
not allowed to carry more than
car tare on trips to the West.
Hundreds of East Germans reg
ularly crossed the border to, buy
consumer goods not available in
the Soviet zone. ..-,,
The news agency ADN said
most of the 15 arrested carried
relatively Small amounts, ranging
from 100 to 200 East marks. Nom Nominally
inally Nominally this amounts to $25 to $50
out actually the value is about
$6.25 to $12.30, since on the free
Berlin money market lour East
marks are worth only one West
Tribes Mission, Canal Zone Union
Church, Radio Station HOXO, Edi
torial uanoe, aiboa YMCA, and
the Atlantic Religious Workers As
for their good publicity of the Ta Table
ble Table Tennis Tournament.
Two special awards were given
by the chairman, one in recogoi
tion of fine sport manship and of
never missing one night of the en entire
tire entire tournament. The prize, a med medal,
al, medal, was awarded to the members
of the White-Green Table Tenni
Club, from the Chinese colony of
The other was awarded to Stan Stanley
ley Stanley Lindo, who was named by the
chairman "the best table tennis
umpire of all Central America"
for his magnificent acting as 'um 'umpire.
pire. 'umpire. ;
The tournament was planned in
cooperation with the Special Serv Services,
ices, Services, United States Army Carib Caribbean,
bean, Caribbean, 15th Naval District and Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook irforce Base.
Results of the final matches.
Arthur Joseph vs. Stanley Hall
(Winner) Joseph 21-T. 21-18,. 18-21,
Military Men' Double
R. Jordan-A. Diaivvs. Charles
Kogan-Richard Herman Wmner)
Jordan-Diaz 21-18, 21-17, 19-21, 16 16-21,
21, 16-21, 21-16. s
Maritza Loo de Yau-Tomas Clu
vs. Geneveive MdChire; George
Grannum (Winner M. Loo de Yau Yau-tv,
tv, Yau-tv, Chu 24 22, 21-13. J
A. Diaz, Militar vs. A.- Joseph
(Winner) A. Joseph 21 15. 21-16, 21 21-14.
14. 21-14. i .- T
Men's Double- 1
- George Grannum-William Hill,
vs. R. Jordan-A. Diat (Winner)
Grannum-Hill 21-14, 21-U. 21-T.
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BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL CZ.
WANTED: One blond Cocker
Spaniel, A. K. C. Reg. Call Colon
WANTED: Diplomat" wants a
completely furpishoeV house in
residential -area. (11 .Cangrejo,
Bella Vista,, La Create). In the
morning call phona -number 2 2-2735.
2735. 2-2735. In the afternoon call Ho Hotel
tel Hotel El Panama. Room 317.
Capable North American, 35
year old, experienced in 'admi 'administration
nistration 'administration and management field.
Desires position With American
lor Panamanian firm. Reply P. O.
box 1005, Curundu.
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NEXT JANUARI a special Panama exhibit sponsored by the
Compafiia Panamefia de Fuerza y Luz will be opened at this
International Trade Mart in downtown New Orleans. Due to
be inaugurated Jan. 25, it will run through March 1958. The
space that wiU bs occupied, IS now being artistically prepared
tc exhibit thtj many objects1 -which ''are being collected for the
displa so that thousands of Americans and people of other
countries will be able to better appreclatelhe many touristie,
txttractionsjand commercial possibilities Panama.
Fuerza y Luz Staging Panama
Exhibit In New Orleans Mart
Arrangements for the Panama
exhibit at the International Trade
Mart in New Orleans are well ad
vanced, according to T. E. Ogles-
oy, fvice president ana general
manger of Compafiia Panamena
de Fuerza y Luz, which is spon sponsoring
soring sponsoring the exhibit, scheduled to' 0-
pea next Jan. 25.
the Panama exhibit will publi
cise the splendid tourist attrac attrac-tidns
tidns attrac-tidns and. commercial opportuni
ties of the nation, and .thus play
an important role m- the public
relations and area development
program of the Compafiia Pana Panamena
mena Panamena de Fuerza y Luz.
Tb exhibit has aroused' a
widespread inturst in Panama
and many government oftficials
as well as private individuals
are providing photoaraphs and
native products for display.
Thix wnrlr is hpinc simprviserl
fby F. F. Purdy, newly appointed
manager of economic development.
He is assisted by John P. Lee of
the New York office and David
Kleck, manager of the Godwin
Advertising Agency in New Or
leans, both of whom have just re
; r. II
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It still I
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( "One of the treat film of ftJMintes." v ' 1 1
I JIM POWERS, The Hollywood Reporter. I J
"War and Peace" I unhesiUtingly recommend to all j
II f you." -K
II JOHN CROSBY, Television nnd Radio 1
II Columnist, N.Y. Herald Tribune.
I See "WAR AND PEACE" ON WEDNESDAY Ctb. AT THE f
I CENTRAL, starring Andrey Hepburn, .Henry Fonda, and
Mel Ferrer. -" -
3-minute car wash $, ateanT
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
i6' Au,"-B". Tranalsth,
mien Highway near Sears.
Tha best dinner and Winks
are served in our modern air--conditioned
cafeteria, grill end
bar. Hotel International "Pla "Plata
ta "Plata S do Mayo.
FREE Television Pick-up and
delivery service during the month
of November. Phone U. S. Tele-
vision, Panama 3-7607 for fast
AM LOST: Find me lunching,
dining deliciously,; economically,
Tony s El Patio 36th E 15,
turned to the Untied States after
working together in gathering ma material
terial material and developing plans for the
Panama's internationally known
organist, Lucho Azcarraga, has
been engaged to play at the vari various
ous various function during the inaugura inauguration
tion inauguration including -a .special dinner in
honor of Ambassador Ricardo A A-rias
rias A-rias who will Officially open the
Some of the morn outstanding
Hem to be displayed in the Pa.
nam Exhibit fnclucfo the beau beautiful
tiful beautiful native costume known e
the "pollers"; and gold and pot
tery relics from Indian grave.
There will also be native woods:
musical instruments; ornamental
trays; native jewelry;, a model of
one of the Panama Canal Locks.
as well as a special shopping dis-
piay consisting of articles from
ail over the world which can be
bought in Panama at bargain pric
Much of the material of the ex
hibit was collected in Panama Ci
ty but several trips to the Interior
were necessary to secure addition additional
al additional material.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1. J95J
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TtiRRY AND THK-PDJATW
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:i proudly poinu to the quilt it jok her 23 years to make.' On
exhibit at the U'yoniipg State Fair, the quilt contains J3.500
piecrs in 27 different colors and depicts a garden scene. Mrs.
Hamilton jias insured the rottn quilt for J1.000 but wouldn't
take $5,000 for it. It s not for sale..lm going to band it J
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REACE O. SELF, left, of the Maintenance Division, U.S. Army
Caribbean Engineer Office at Corozal, receives congratula congratulations
tions congratulations from Col. R. L. Hill, right, U.S. Army Caribbean Engi Engineer,
neer, Engineer, on the former's retirement from 15 years of government
service with the Engineer Office. Self and his family former formerly
ly formerly were residents of Curundu. They have established a home
in Deland, Fla., fololwing Self's retirement. (U.S. Army Photo)
f if "'S
T.M. f U H- OK.
"Yes, it is untidy! But if I cleaned this desk up, every
body in the office would dash at me with an
armful of work!"
AfPOVAS PANAMA AffWA fS
Today's JY Program
1 00 CTN NEWS
3 IS Eddie Fisher
J JO Circus Time
IX TRADING POST
5 -f Oh Susanna
T W ClaKsream Camera
tAlgebra n. Lesson 14)
7 3 I Lev Lucy
S 00 Wastungtoo Square V
9 00 Mike Wallace lnterriew
1 3 Red SkeltoB -.. 4
10 0 WresUms "- r-
11 -Ot CFN NEWS c .
11 ls Life ei Kiley and Bif Story.;
. Courtesy of Aereias Paaami Ainrays Vl
PHONES: PANAMA: 3-1057 3-1698 'J.' 3-1699
Mead story on page 10
Gold, Silver Safety Keys And Certificates
Data Is Gathered As .
For Canal Visits
Of Congress Due
Two subcommittees of the House of Representatives
will visit the Canal Zone late this month to study mat matters
ters matters of vital importance to the Canal administration, the
employes of federal agencies on the Canal Zone, and also
to. many Panama, groups and agencies.
The general purpose of the on-the-spot study of a
score of Canal problems by members of the Congress is to
give them information on which they may have decisions
as to what they will recommend on many pieces of major
legislation of local interest.
The November issue of the Pa Pa-Bima
Bima Pa-Bima Canal Review, in reporting
on the hearings, says the two
(1) The Panama Canal Subcom Subcommittee
mittee Subcommittee of the House Merchant Ma Marine
rine Marine and Fisheries Committee, of
which Mrs. Leonor K. Sullivan CD CD-Mo.)
Mo.) CD-Mo.) is chairman.
(2) A Subcommittee of the House
Post Office and Civil Service
Committee of which Rep. John
Young (D-Tex.) is chairman. This
subcommittee is designated to re report
port report on Matters Relating to Per Personnel
sonnel Personnel activities in the Panama
Among th many matters of
special interest almady schedul scheduled
ed scheduled or expecfrtd to bo before
Congress next year are:
The single wage legislation
which was approved by the Sen Senate
ate Senate at the last session of Con Congress;
gress; Congress; the replacement of housing
and other facilities in the New
Cristobal area which will be
transferred to Panama; the short
range plans for increasing the ca capacity
pacity capacity of the Canal; investigations
relating to alternate Canal routes
or major alterations of the exist existing
ing existing waterway; changes in Canal
Zone medical services and facili facilities
ties facilities based on the Falk report; ad
ditional funds for the construction
of the high level bridge over the
Canal; and salary increases and
other prospective leglation affect affecting
ing affecting Federal Government employes
as a whole.
Complete details of the visits
have not been arranged and the
exact date of arrival of the Mer Merchant
chant Merchant Marine and Fisheries Sub Subcommittee
committee Subcommittee have not been announc announced.
ed. announced. Formal hearings will be held
by the Subcommittee on Matters
Relating to Personnel Activities
in the Panama Canal Zone,
heeded by Congressman Young.
This will to one of the rare oc occasions
casions occasions on which a Congression Congressional
al Congressional group holds hearings here.
although two such hearings have
been held within the past three
Congressman Young's group will
take testimony on legislation al already
ready already before the House to imple implement
ment implement the agreement of the 1955
Treaty with respect to personnel
practices in the Canal Zone.
The principal features of this
legislation are provisions for the
adoption V a singl wage scale
for all Government agencies in
the Canal Zone and the inclusion
of non-U. S. citizen Canal em employes
ployes employes in the Civil Service retire retirement
ment retirement plan.
Committee members scheduled
to attend include Representatives
Robert W. Hemphill of South
Carolina; Ralph J. Scott, of North
Carolina; Glenn C. Cunningham,
of Nebraska; and David Dennison,
of Ohio. The Sub-committee will
be- accompanied by two staff
members, a representative of the
U.S. Civil Serice Commission, a
Department of State representa representative,
tive, representative, and at least one representa representa-tiv
tiv representa-tiv efrom the Department of De Defense.
fense. Defense. The exact date of the formal
hearings has not been set.
The visit of Congresswoman Sul Sullivan
livan Sullivan ami her group holds special
interest since her Subcommittee
normally handles all legislation di directly
rectly directly relating to the Canal enter enterprise.
prise. enterprise. Congressional members expect expected
ed expected on this trip include Rep. Al Alfred
fred Alfred E. Santangelo, of New York;
John J. Allen, Jr., of California;
L. Mendel Rivers, of South Caro Carolina;
lina; Carolina; Timothy P. Sheehan, of Il Illinois;
linois; Illinois; William S. Mailliard, of
California; Vincent J. Dellay, of
New York; Robert J. Mcintosh, of
Michigan; Edward J. Robeson, Jr.
of Virginia; and Fran W. Boykin,
AH are not members of the Pa
nama Canal Subcommittee but the
entire group will be in the zone
on that Subcommittee's business
One of the principal objectives
of the visit by this group will be
the investigation of a possible so solution
lution solution of the Isthmian Canal prob
lem on a long-range bisis.
Congressman Herbert C. Bon
ner. Chairman of thi House
Committee on Merchant Marine
and Fisheries, announced during
the closing days of Congress
this year that hit committee
would make on-the-site investi investi-tions
tions investi-tions of alternate canal routes.
Arrangements are being made
for an aerial inspection of the pro proposed
posed proposed San Bias and Atrato River
canal routes as well as a visit id
Nicaragua and a flight over the
canal route there.
Also being arranged at Mrs. Sul Sullivan's
livan's Sullivan's request are inspection tri"s
to the Canal properties and are.s
being transferred to the Republic
of Panama under terms of the
The group will also visit sites
for replacement facilities and
confer with various Canal offi officials
cials officials on plans for such replace replacements.
ments. replacements. Many of the Congressmen com coming
ing coming to the Isthmus this month
have visited here before and al already
ready already have a valuable knowledge
of general local conditions. Sever Several
al Several have visited here on several Oc Occasions.
casions. Occasions. Accompanying the House mem members
bers members will be the wives of two of
those from the Post Office and
Civil Service Committee, and six
of the Merchant Maine and Fish
Wives presently scheduled to ac accompany
company accompany their husbands are Mrs.
Cunningham, Mrs. Dennison, Mrs.
Rivers. Mrs. Sheehan. Mrs. Mail Mailliard,
liard, Mailliard, Mrs. Dellay, Mrs. Mcintosh,
and Mrs. Boykin.
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Handed Out To More Thari 100 Atlantic-siders
Gold safety keys and certificates, attesting to the completion of 30 consecutive years of
service without a dlsablinr injury, were presented this week to five employes of the Marine
v At the same time silver safety keys were awarded for 20 or more vears of errlr. ui.L
out a disabling injury to 120 other employes of that Bureau.
The presentation of the cold key awards was jnade by Acting Gov, Hugh' M. Arnold, wh
cviiivumicu me """ miav pii-sciiicu mem wnn goia Key saieiy cenuicaies.
Those receiving the gold keys i A. Donalds, and Edward K. Dud-
were William Jump, Louis A. Kau- ley.
A. Whitlock, of the Industrial Di- Edward A. Eckhoff, Albert A.
vision, and John H. Ward, of the Ellis, Herbert O. Enielke, Her Her-Locks
Locks Her-Locks Division. bert G. Forbes. Jose C-alvez. Eu
gene L Hay, Granville Hunte
Charles M. Inniss. Christopher N
Lewrs, Joseph W. Lord, Dave J
Mamson, j jolin J.McConaghy
in A Te Utno.
The silver keys were presented
by Capt. Warner H. Rpdimon, Ma Marine
rine Marine Director, to 58 employes of
the Industrial Division; six pilots
and 29 other employes of the Na Navigation
vigation Navigation Division; and to 27 em employes
ployes employes of the Atlantic Locks.
Silver key winners were:
Industrial Division. Stanley B.
Anderson, Wilfred H. Anderson,
Manuel Arosemena, Lie v l c k
Baptist, Lawrence Baptiste, FIo-
rencio Belio, Auman l. v. Best,
Andrew Bleakley, Arthur W.
Brown, Joseph I. Brown, Samuel
S. Brown, Walter G. Brown, Er Ernest
nest Ernest C. Bryan, Llewelyn F. Burke,
Emanuel A. Burton, Joseph M.
Cameron, Reginald A. Carter, Jo
seph Clarke, Wesley A. Cole, Ko-
dolf Courtney, Kenneth L Cyrus,
Doueald A. Dacosta. Benjamin Y..
Denny, John C. De Young, Stanley
Henry J. McElhone Jr., Henry
McKenzie, Louis Medrano, James
N. Miller, David D.' Minto Irvin
HENRY L. DONOVAN, Civil Affairs Director, shown at the ceremony during which he pre presented
sented presented a special Fire Division commendation bulletin to Alexander West (third from the
left), Corozal firefighter, for his courage and presence of mind displayed during a recent
fire truck accident. Three other firemen received memorandums of commendation. From
left to right are Firefighters Winston Alleyne, Donald Nicolas, West and Sgt. Henry Sellner.
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WASHINGTON, Nov. 1 (UP)-
Mrs. Mamie Eisenhower smilingly
accepted an $1,800 beaver coat
today in what was billed as an
effort to rescue the Maine trap
ping industry from tne economic
As the handsome three-quarter
length wrap was presented to the
first lady in the White House
lobby, John Haynes, who trapped
the beavers, expressed nope n
would not get either of them in
'nn vnu sunDose we can get
home without being arrested?" he
asked with a grin.
Haynes apparently referred t
the furor over the disclosure
earlier this week :hat the wife
of the State Department's deputy
protocol chief, Victor Purse, had
accepted a $3,000 auto from Saudi
Arabia's King Saud.
The department subsequently
accused Purse of "bad judgment"
for not consuting his superiors
first and decided to transfer him
to, another job a the same $12,690-a-year
Asked about the gift issue at
his news nference yeSterday,
the President said, "I think the
problem should be decided ac
cording to good taste... and its
implications and interpretations
Haynes said Mrs. Eisenhower,
who paid $385 to have the 17
beaver pelts made into a coat,
rejected the giit last December.
She reconsidered after he made
a new appeal that Maine beaver
business was in bad shape.
"Ladies just aren't wearing
beaver coats," the 60-year-old
trapper from Millinocket, Maine,
told reporters. "Now I hope they
Firefighter Alexander West Gets
Commendation for Crash Action
A special Fire Division Com Commendation
mendation Commendation bulletin was present
ed to Alexander West, firefight firefighter
er firefighter of the Corozal Station, dur
ing a special ceremony held this
week at Corozal.
The award was presented by
Lt. Roy Wheeler, commander of
the Corozal station.
Attending the ceremonies were
Henry L. Donovan, Civil Affairs
Director; W. Q. Dolan, Fire Mar Marshal:
shal: Marshal: Chief W. E. Jones of the
Balboa Fire District; and off off-duty
duty off-duty personnel of the Pacific
Memorandums of commenda-
Soviet Navy Paper
Of Military Heads
Tokyo Public May
Co Dity In Row
Over Bath Prices
TOKYO, Nov. 1 (UP) Public
bathhouse operators here said to today
day today they would close their 2,400
bathhouses tomorrow in a dispute
over one-third of a cent.
The Public Bathhouse Union, the
owners organization, and the gov government
ernment government are one yen (.3 cents)
apart on the owners demand for
a price increase. The owners want
to raise the cost of a bath from 15
yen to 17 yen (4.7 cents) while
the Tokyo metropolitan govern
ment said it would authorize
hike to 16 yen (4.4 cents).
MOSCOW, Nov. 1 (UP) The
Soviet Nanal organ Red Fieet
called today for the "decisive
condemnation" of the policy of
"exaltation of Individual. .swag .swaggering.
gering. .swaggering. .military leaders."
The blast in the official serv
ice oigan came as ofncisls re remained
mained remained silent on the fate of
Marshal Georgl Zhukov who, be
fore hts ouster as defense min
ister, was head of the Navy as
well as the Army and Air Force.
At the same time the official
Communist organ, pravda, took
the occasion to warn that "a "a-postates
postates "a-postates and renegades, right or
leftwing schismatists and frac fractionates"
tionates" fractionates" in the party have "in "invariably
variably "invariably met with a crushing re rebuff."
buff." rebuff." Red Fleet's article signed by
M. Goiovlev was regarded as sig significant
nificant significant although il mentioned
no names. It cited Communist
Party founder V. I. Lenin:
"Lenin sharply condemned
any manifestation of conceit or
swaggering, any efforts by a
Communist to blow up his own
personality, to put himself In a
frivolous position about the par party
ty party collective."
Red Fleet also criticized the
suppression of criticism and self self-criticism
criticism self-criticism in the armed forces
and the neglect of political ed education
ucation education in the services.
Although no names were used,
previous dispatches said Zhukov
had been criticized for his op-
a i positron to Communist Party
training in th armed forces.
tlon also were given to Sgt.
Henry Sellner, Winston Alleyne,
and Donald Nicolas, all of whom
are attached to the Corozal sta station.
tion. station. The special commendation
bulletin was presented to Fire
fighter West In recognition of
his courage and presence of
mind displayed during a recent
accident when the corozal fire
truck, which was answering a
fire alarm in Fort Clavton over
He succeeded in releasing Fire Firefighter
fighter Firefighter Nicolas who was uncon unconscious
scious unconscious and pinned under the
truck. He broke open the door of
the cab where Sgt. Sellner and
Firefighter Alleyne were impris imprisoned
oned imprisoned and then telephoned for
The award presented West on
Wednesday was the first of its
Rind ever to be given to a mem member
ber member of the Canal Zone Fire Di Division.
vision. Division. Born in Panama, West attend attended
ed attended the Canal zone schools and
is a graduate of the La Boca
He has been with the Fire Di
vision since February of
Army Backed Down
On 'Scrip' Scrapping,
Accuses Rep. Hayes
WASHINGTON, Nov. 1 (UP)
Rep. Wayne L. Hays (D-Ohio)
accused the Army today of back
ing down on a promise to stop
paying soldiers overseas in spe special
cial special currency, or "scrip."
Hays, chairman of a House
subcommittee on printing, said
use of the military scrip wastes
millions of dollars a year. He
called a subcommittee meeting
for next Wednesday to try to limit
or halt the practice.
He said military officials prom promised
ised promised the subcommittee last year
to halt scrip payments in Ger
many by last January and to drop
the practice everywhere as soon
as practical. ;
"But they haven't done a thing
about it as far as I can see,"
Hays said. "This, time I may have
to tell them that if they dontiet
moving I will sponsor amend amendments
ments amendments to cut. their appropriations
and force them to act."
The armed forces began issuing
the "military payment certifi certifi-World
World certifi-World War II. The aim was to
safeguard the regular U.S. dollar
from black market activity and
cushion the impact of troop spend spending
ing spending on local economies.
Hays said his- observations
abroad convinced him the special
currency no longer is needed and
its use is both irksome to troops
and costly to the government. In
addition to "several hundred
thousands" of dollars spent annu
ally on engraving the scrip, he
said tremendous wastes was in
volved in bookkeeping and x-
D. Moore, Thomajl B, Murray
Martin Nickel. M. Juan R. oi
maao, rrea ti. uisen. Georee Pe
ters, Thomas J. Pjniento, Ismael
itoariguez waiter T. Schanaw
Leonard H. Scranten Vivian M.
Stewart, Fernandeit O. Taylor, Sig-
nay j. iivey, juan vergara and
Arthur C. Willocks.
Navigation Division Pilots re
ceiving the award were: William
R. Calcutt, Conrad G. Didrickson,
reier w. uuncan. George K. Hud
gins, Albert, Terwilliger, and
Charles i. Townshend.
Othtr Navigation Division Ar-
chon Afchbold, Teobaldo L. Arch-
bold, Jaroth Archibald, Shadrach
A. Baker, Laurence J. Beckles,
iir:H! w . '.
wimam uavis, merwin a. rrencn,
1 A ml T 1
Simeon A. Kippens, Clyde O. Mc
Clean Clarendon T. Newball. Roh
ert G.- Peterson, Eddie H. Robin
son, Alfred F. Smith, Allan A
Smith, Marcos M. Waite, Edison
B. WhittaKer, Raymond R. Will,
uenjamm Clarke, Edward A. Diaz,
Gerald A. Dutton, James E. Ever-
sley, Walter Grant, M. R. Hen Hen-riquez,
riquez, Hen-riquez, Cecil G. Meyers, David A.
Russians Have New
Turbo Prop Plane
For 200 Passengers
By Paraiso High
Plans have been comoleted bv
Paraiso Latin American Hi'eh
School for the presentetion of its
program in honor of the 54th an
niversary of the Independence of
tne Kepuoiic of Panama on tomgh
beginning at 7:00 p.m.
The affair will be held in the
Paraiso Gymnasium and the pu public
blic public is invited to attend.
Preparations for the program
included a spirited queen contest
whichhwas conducted in October
by the Student Council. Three
candidates represeting the sopho sophomore,
more, sophomore, junior, and senior grades
took part in the conte.s. Sarh Ram Ramsey,
sey, Ramsey, the senior representitive who
won the costest, will arrive by
float prior to the commencement
of the program.
Music for the occasion will be
supplied hy thhe band and the
WASHINGTON.' Nov. 1 (UP)
this I Russia claimed today to have a
giant turbo-prop airliner that can
carry 200 passengers at 600 mph.
There is some suspicion the So Soviets
viets Soviets may have in mind using
such a giant for flights to the U-
nited States if current American American-Russian
Russian American-Russian negotiations produce an
agreement for reciprocal air serv service
ice service between the two nations. Rus Russia
sia Russia has suggested such an agree agreement.
ment. agreement. The Soviet plane would not nec nec-cessarily
cessarily nec-cessarily be any bigger than some
U.S. planes already in use or in
production. Aviation sources said
large jet airliners like the new
Boeine 707 and Douglas DC 8 are
being planned to accommodate 150
But if some of the roominess
was eliminated by adding more
seats, they could carry 200 per persons
sons persons easily.
The Russian claim for the plane
was carried in the latest issue of
Russia's English-language month
ly propaganda magazine "USSR"
published in the United States
The magazine was filled with picture-word
stories about progress
made in Russia during the 40
years since the Bolshevik Revolu Revolution
tion Revolution of Nov. 7, 1917.
54 Non-US Citizens
Retired Ify Canal;
8 Had 40 Years
Fifty-four non-U.S citizen em employes,
ployes, employes, eight of them with 40 years
or more of service, were retired
from Canal service at the end of
October and were placed on. the
disability relief roils effective to today.
day. today. ,7
Those whose service has reached
or passed the 40-year mark were,
Norton A. Lowe, of the public
works section of the Maintenance
Division, 44 years: Eleazer A.
Small, tool-crib attendant in the
Locks Division, 43 years; Joseph
A. Baker, lead switchman in the
Railroad Division, 42 years; Frit Frit-chof
chof Frit-chof N. Holgerson, boatswain in
the Navigation,. Division, 42 years;
Gerald A, Saums, lock foreman
in. the Locks Division, 42 years:
David Miller, motprboat operator,
Dredging Division, 41 years; Lloyd
Mcintosh, clerical worker in the
Supply Division, 40 years; and E-
zequiel Kicord, boatswain in the
Dredging Division, 40 years.
Teofilo Olivero; who has 38
years of Canal service was born
in-1887, and is the oldest of the
employes to retire this month. He
was a rainfall observer employed
In the Meterological and Hydro
Those leaving the service in Oc
tober included several whose re
tirement normally would have tak
en place earlier but which was,
deferred' pending possible action
by Congress on a Civil Service
retirement plan for non-U.S. citi
zen employes of the Canal.
Smith, Headley A: .Tlpmpson,rand
victor la. inompson.
Atlantic Locks. Ro a Stock:
ham,. Hoy E. Bedweii, Mjchael
cent, jose jfi crown, G a i p a r
iuwaru, jesus, in, uavil, B.' Xt'
Rozano, V. Del Rozario, Frank a
Dorgan, James J. Eastman, Alex Alexander
ander Alexander Forbes, Claudia Garay, Er Ernest
nest Ernest S. Glasgow, Howard R. Hajw
ns, juuo i Jimenez, William A.
jurioB,- rencuno Lam,: Floyd R
McDermitt,: Emanual 0. Modestin
Eusebio Monserrate. Oswarld B
Nelson, Fred A. Newhard, Thom
as, nennie, -jjiomcio Rodriguez,
Gerald A.' Saums. Eleazer Small
William : A- Van Siclcn.i' Jr.. and
Held Without Pdl;
3 Victims Improve
JERUSALEM," TsraleJ Nov".
(UPWMoshe Dueki.' Israel's mad
bomber, was ordered held without
bail today while police check his
motives for hurling 'a hand crrsn-
ade on the floor of the Israeli ParJ
liament and injuring Prime MinisJ
ter David Ben-Gunon and fninH
Foreign i Minister fibldsi 1 Meir
wasreleased from a hospital to-
uay auer treatment ior ner JnjUTH
iest Doctors said Beh-Gurioir would
remain in bed View more days to
ensure nis complete .recovery
The tonws of Margarita and
New Cristobal will hold their mont
ly Civil Defense necting on Nov.
6 at 9 a.m., at the Margarita Ser Service
vice Service Center.
Mrs. Charlotte Kennedy, Ins Instructor
tructor Instructor will conduct a .class in
first aid training. There will be
group participation and practice.
All members of the Civil Defense
Volunteer Corps are urged "y
attend and the general public is
Hospital Day For Isthmian Visitors Set .November 17
Sunday Nov. 17, will be cele celebrated
brated celebrated in the Canal Zone this year
as Hospital Day. The general pu
blic will be invited to vist the
various medicinal iaeilites which
provide the community with ser service
vice service the year round.
The designation of a special date
as Hospital Day is in keeping with
similar celebrations annually
throughout the United States
in which communities give special
recognition to the highly-trained
The entrancing story of this the general public on Hospital Day.
record Of service since Gorgas Hos- Details of the arrangements
pital was built by the French is for the individual hospitals will be
told in a special Diamond Jubilee
Supplement of The Review.
Th Diamond jubilee it also also-being
being also-being marked by tht issuance
ci1 a three-cent commemorative
stamp by the Canal Zone Postal
The stamo has for its central
design a picture cf the Gorgas
Hospital Administration Building
corps of men and women who pro-1 The stamp is to tie issued,.- Nov.
vide their medicinal care. 17. and orders for fist-day covers
The celebration in the Canal. are now being received. Orderi
Zone bas a special significance in may be placed with the Postma
that it marks the 75th anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of the founding of Gorgas
Hospital and the establishment of
hospital and medical facilities in
the Panama Canal organization.
ter at Balboa, t -Col.
Charles 0 Bruce. Health
Director, has announced that Gor-
announced later during the month
as plans are formulated.
A brief ceremony and open house
is being planned at Gorgas from
9 until 11 a.m. Col. Norman H.
Wiley, Gorgas Hospital Director,
has announced that various Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal officials will participe
in the ceremony at which time the
introduction of the commemorati
ve stamp will be made. ,j
Mai. Bruno Eisen. Coco Solo Hos
pital Superintendent- has also
made plans for residentes of the
Atlantic side to visit the various
operating departments of. that
hospital of public Interest A tour
gas Coco Solo, and Palo Seco Hos-(of the hospital departments will
pitals will all hold open house to be held between 9 and, 11 a.m.
Hospital personnel will he in at attendance
tendance attendance to five visitors fen ex explanation
planation explanation of the various services.
The general public will be invit invited
ed invited to visit Palo Seco Hospital at
any time between. 0 and 5 p.m.
on Hospital Day. v (
Dr. Ezra Hurwitz, Saperintendnt
has also announced that a P.tv
is being planned for the hospital
patients that day at which time
the patients will give aa exhibition
of native dances. ?
.This will be the first time in the,
history of the Canal Zone that, a
general observance of Hospital Day
has been held. Gov. Potterj as well
as Col. Bruce and other-health
officials are extending an invita
tion to Canal Zone residents to
assist in making the hMr"oee
a memorable one. v.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
24 hours ending a.m. today,
L prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydregrmpble
Branch of the Panama Canal
(taaer harbors) 23
SATCBSDAT, NOV. 2
Religious' Affairs Minister Moshe
bhapiro, who suffered the most!
serious injuries, was reported con-l
unuing to snow steady but slighti
Duek. 25. a former mental
tient who held a long standing'
grudge against the government
for an accidemXie suffered in j?
youth refugee camp- several yeirs
ago, appeared before i magistrate
today and demanded his release
on bail iv ;- t
My. release will not
police investigation, v he said. I
4ne, magistrate refused bail, or
ering him held for 1S Aavi :
give police time to investieate vth.
reasons for the crime. V r 4
Police officials refused to Mm.
meni on an unconfirmed wnnHi
that they had traced two grenades
" supimscuty ouFiea in tne
backyard of his namnti' hm.
n. . vM
near lei Aviv.
They also refused to say wheth
er tney suspected some unknown
persons might have made use of
iu uj, tu assassinate mem
ue;s oi uie caoinet. However, the
police are investigating the nature
of two meetings Duek held with
persons unknown in cafes in Na
wnya ana Jerusalem recently.;.
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