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The Panama American
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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00889
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DENVER, Oct. 10 (UP)- Prese4ent Eisenhower will leave.Fitzlmens Army hoe- --- -
pital .n Denver in the second week of November and flyto his farni at Ott*burg, Pa., a
for convalescence extending until about the start of 1966,.It was learned today. tca
The recovery outlook for the President, who suffered # heart attack d$ Sept. 24, iC la''e1 Ou tit's F od Cs 1sm
Is about as favorable as It can b1 without his physician oing overboard on t. Found In Panama City Bakery Bolita i M mW
porary conolusion. 1.
The people around him at Fitzslmons re@lgned themselves some days ago to the --' ._- I 1 '"_C t' i llC '
probability that he would bow out of the national political scene as a competitor In .o. piari He said on one occasion the .
he early future. 'C pe my P soldier brourt him two ces of Big Shot"
Mrs. $Lsenhowqr Is In the forefront of Influential persons who think that her hue,- mflO d u to ws Ca r e!t- lardi and bto it out tothe ar,
band, after 'more than 40 years of federal service, Is entitled to an uncomplicated re. solved this m o uri.g In the ]I- iMlan of everybody."s "
covery from his heart attack. purchaser" was apspw ded, he might have entertined that Detectives raided th home of
Vi L.-Pre Ri chard M. a Iettes eeelve f wellA unable to measure in advance spend 60 days in ja p. week ago. hiart continued, rio (Goito) Duque last night
renems d e skn s thasprt thePthe sden'Gt repo^prted90 .e wuldhep u s)fwas anone today.
ixon re d his desk in wihe sce the President the neesary period of conval- A Puertoan soldier, who it the soldier said that the food but failed to find anyoneat
- ..t ton afrom renewed entl. .--- ---e at the President's Get- n rep-o r.d, assured the defend- would have to be picke 4 upon home, it was announced today.,o .
nia n from wP1Wresident EIs- -a. John Eisenhower, the tysburg, p, fasm, sayin this a ebastian Chiari, that the the popt. The pair went in te However, informed saourceas
u the chief xeutve's ill eith Tomon (Wyo.) also "te yo tk then that It plus, and would have to be where Chlarl said he was l enough evidence to prison Du-IA IOct. 0 (UP) cret
returned aboard the plane with mi t be closer t .,the first of dumped otherwise, was taken structed by the soldier to ul up que, who detectives are still try- MIAMI, Oct. 10 (U) rery
returned to the capital ixo and Dr White ath befoehegoesback to into custody bythe military. at the side of the hspitbu ing to locate. ad ter- Foster Dulles sad frmly today e U
pest Is r m ho fden tIs na. W OWenbaw e w h o is st o --m th"-toes i torb ue i In t nolt e .
,b e thht 1rom th e M s tio en Fr t ohev r ate H o use ? W h ite w as T he across-th e-bo rd er sale in an o th er raid m ad e ye ster- F o ste r D u lle s sa id firm ly t ote
s t In Denver. a mtal ws maarn, and s I der brought out o d sup- day of alleged bot and lan- disarm "unless we can be sure thai t
tin aDenver. resident talk. ws met.a the .plans by i s He answered, "Yes, I would raad apparently been going on lies, and thb drOve off, the de- destine "chance" bigwig Nico-
muta t Is hel tm an Adams whilenIsn w white, think so.,, for some weeks, according totes- -, -- .lge i A ular, u d eO a ..seized. .me.
a-.-- -Sh hP dnda w i ,, "Joh... vltt W eSid" the rsident osYbri o in court.The trday. similar transat-igu f coins, umber While emphasizing that he hopes the Md
"eSvtr.. .. Cheer up otherr immensely "looked and felt well. The oas- O-year-old Panas who tic was repeated. C irsaid ed and A an era of peaceful change, D l
on ri on ad the sasd "they seem very close." ton specialty found It impor- today faced two c _.e of pe- tod~y that iathou i his private which showediat untliJug ing into an era of peaceful
tremona s d he' w President E s 's phy t t l tion. pa- Ut l ice is a bre lesm car w stopped athe t s 22 last Aguilar hau d ted nevertheless the United States does not "Intnd
treenou mpreaed" b yesterday aid the l cary in his legseemedto be In the city for a bakery h thought be inspected, o ex- 27,1.repec66t to disarmament.
rea e of the r medi t rfa re"of the Psident l rrie l Callente, owned by h ami nation of the contents was Secretlie Ce -W He noted that the United Sta had dirme
eltte huWO r that it N o I id the pri.dents rit father. made, and he was passed with- Valds said the booit showed He noted that the Unites had aisaane
S ding the Pr O Jan a at e were gd, "min a The cae was resolved at out question that Aguilar made depositsl- World War I and World War II only to have to
that,"-adD r.Paul en o r ee ,r"et a W;, ler a.nd desirouso ,tfsomeactivi- yesterday when military A policeman testified today most daily, indicating that th d
at," s Drt. sPaues work at white t i.e, accompanied by"detec- that Ch-art had listed on eatr- n ht be the profi t from these third time for the Korean war..
.Btnd hr p Whiteb engor the Proei- To keep him_ rom bubblnug _ives went Into the bakery and er qug that he pur-t ne rThis tim wet do not ropo se wlbt
ii' oton heart dpec bat his heart forundab-lb.sackbof sudo gar, a t bfrom asoea n eth almost o weea te top Tis artm ela eo p wo e asi-
Slxon, hower probe would have to from the effects of his active 35 lb. case of shortening Panama Cit, but changed his erators almost tw can be sure that others are do- That la fr
The 7 a.m. bulletin on Presi- remain in the Ftaimmnons Army bmral we have kept him daily a crate half-filled with eggs. story cou Ithe raid on rrsted his ng the same," Dulles told the and for te of a
dent Eisenhower's condition to- Hospital for another four or five mid, saiaon," White said. All the foodstuff was marked The soldier, It was reported, ter, Thelma and Jo6 Ma- American Legions 37th annual we must retain the
"" Prsaid:ry goinsatironh W nitersaid. l efdsaBttffe daughter, Thelma. and Jos Ma- American Legion's 37th annual
S d we n oAfter olng through a number "23rd Medeal Battalion" in was turned over to his com- a a but Aguilar slipped out convention. er needed to deter
.rhePreaident -had a very MaJ. Gen. Howard McC. hyn- of highly technical details of bit black letters, manding officer. Chiarl's father th bp"k r an d ~cd he said. '
night's sleep of more than der, the White House phsiclan, the President's c o d t io n, The heft defendant who took was al being intcer. hr'. t the brk door and ecaie.o s
tshoursaid it .w, "almost absolute" White said, "In view of all the the stand is morning told the Panamanian authote con- Earlier yesterday a detective "That is not because the A- b e oso aidh
as4c oneti.nues 5to t mh s IiR e tg dte na th.t conM-
p safaetorily without would go to his fa at tty- finings, his sense of well-being him some time ago with the of- crnng the purchase. Aranda and his brother, but w itaristic," he added.eal at
S burg.pa. o tded niL-and other considerations, wq for of selUnin hlm" surplus" food., badlyeatedinthe :!thse
di.T.l (< tinusd -0 11 Ot, Col. 3) Chlcaritivtheso tetetives found several and "It is becale wevelesm,.t
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7w be4ke Se for W.
Alsenower V.4 6e41ve a vote
of "i.ttde And appreciation"
for we way she has carried on
during the President's illness,
N said. .'
said Mrs. Eisenhower has

Floods Recede

In Waterlogged

City Of Tampico
TAMPICO, Mexico, Oct. 10 -
(UP) -loodwaters dropped rapid
ly in this water-logged port city
but the big U.S. airlift continued
to pour tofn of food and medicines
into the disaster zone today.
Authorities said if the water
continued to recede at its present
rate the burrcane-battered city
which has been flooded for 40
days, would be "practically drain-
ed" by taoeght.,
Offials said the hunger threat
had "vulaped like a phantom"
after the week-long mercy lift b
U.S. Mariht,. Navy,. Air Force
and Army planes piled up hund
reds of tons of food for the flood
A Navy spokesman said the big
air operation would be cut down
during the coming week but
S would continue for as long as ne"
c eessary.
The city's o0,000 homeless were
faced with a giant cleanup ol
debris sad slime before r e c o n.
struction of an estimated 20,00X
destroyed homes could begin.
SPresident Adolfo Ruiz Cortines
has ordered unliblited government
aid and credits to help put the
entire region "back on its feet.'

IaU demum w -wer to
permit hs w l o plae

. November. "
White, after two days of thor-
ough examination of the Pr=si-
dent and extended conjultation
with ,the other dfotors, said it
would be impossible to forecast
what the President might be a-
ble to do a year from now.
White said he felt it was im-
possible at this stage to say
whether Mr. Eisenhower would
be able physically to run again.
Anticipating questions in a
crowded news conference fol-
lowing two days with the Presi-
dent, W ite said: "What he
might be doing a year from now
t -that is an unanswerable ques-
s Mr. Eisenhower meets tomor-
row with Secretary of state John
r Foster DuBes, and White said
Further conferences must de-
spend on the President's reaction
I to that meeting.
Asked if the President could
now be considered out of dan-
eter, the frail, white-haired
doctor replied:
"Not one hundred per cent."
But he poitned out quickly
that in heart attacks such as
that suffered by the President.
most compl1catlon develop In
the first two weeks and Mr. Els-
enhower had shown no signs of
Such complications.
He added, however, there was
a definite possibIlity the Presl-
dent wou" not have as good a
f heart In e future as a result
Of this" Meaning the coronary
thrombos suffered by the ch
t hit. ans to return toDen.
Ser in two weeks and possibly a-
gain in another four weeks.

.AndmC' ps. i
A n y burglar who broke lta
to the, Sears Roebuck ageniy
yesterday afternoon and had a
hard -.nme escaping because he
attracted a huge crowd of spse&
tatorsr-was sitting in the Pana-
mA JaS. today awaiting triak *
The peedy action of Canal
Zone ece collaborating Wtt
Panamk National Guard was .e-
sponatib for the apprehendon
within -15 minutes of the thief,
Haspel 0. McCappy.
The mewly remodeled store
suffered damage to both back
and front windows after the
daylightraid which occurred at
3:40 p.m.
The burglar entered by the
rear entrance, but his operations
aroused suspicions and a crowd
formed at the rear of the build-
To make his escape, McCappy
broke e of the large plate glass
windows in the door Opening on
Tivoll Avenue. The crash at-
tracted not" only the residents of
the Muller building, but wu not-
ed by a Canal Zone patrolman
who saw .the fugitive run north
on Tivoli Avenue. He was safe
from Zone arrest because he was
in Panama territory.
A passing Canal Zone police
car was hailed by the policeman.
and occupants were asked to
notify the National Guard by
radio. In minutes the area was
crowded with police cars from
both sides of the border.
McCappy was picked up wear-
ing a shirt stolen from the Sears
store. This, according to the
manager was the only "loot" he
made of wjth. The burglar
crashed through the front door
because the crowd prevented his
gateway on Calle Estudlante.

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.aT w IN MBE3ODA afc moves through the atet i of
AmPes a l-od' refugees are mevahome. Some 80,00. are bhmlaes.
"&Sb1 dr cm idt's wa ted itta.e wake of arrisa .
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Brotherly Love
BOGOTA. Colombia, Oct. 10-
(UP)-A badly baffled girl ask-
ed police today to help her de-
termine which of two identical
twins is her husband and the
father of her two children.
The girl. 25. said the situation
began as an amusing quandary
when she discovered she was
unable to distinguish her hus-
band from a newly-arrived
brother-in-law, and that it
turned serious by the realization
that the twin had posed as the
husband and been intimate with
Mutual jealousy among the
brothers and the uncertainty
whether her children have dif-
ferent fathers finally drove her
to seek police aid, she said.

WW Tit' I .= tl! ,
--U.A diplomats belle" 8evletU
forou minister V. =4 Molot01
may on the ay ou as one of
m as wold., g the most (aB les in Danger
the trlumvirate that has been IE II
regarded as wieldlip the most
po*er in Russia t recent IIO DE JANEIRO, razil, Oct.
months. 10 (UP) A policeruard was
stationed today a 1 d~pd the cat-
Diplomatic sources said yes- tle ranch home of,.oao Goulart,
terday that a new struggle for leading candidate r Vice Pres-
Russia's top leadership may be dent who escap a weekend
under way. assassination plot.
They interpreted Molotov's
dramatic public "apology" as the Goulart is the running mate
latest step in a behind-the- of Juscelino Kubitchek appar-
scenes battle to succeed the late ent sure winner in he preasldn-
Josef Stalin as Russia's number tial elections who |anes to lave
one boss. on a tour of the united Sttes
and Europe as sow as his elec-
Molotov's "sin" was to say that tion is confirmed,
Russia has built only "the foun- The news agency Assaess sali
dation" of a socialistic system Goulart had been warned of a
instead of following Communist possible assasslnition attempt
dogma that this goal already has and remained home instead of
been achieved. This could be a & going out in the 4gening to visit
fatal error in Russia. friends as is his Custom.

US Intelligence Chief Allen Dulles

Says Russian Have Biggest Spy Net

aide e ntiin
Iust rezAdnir tortj Wash-
Inton's advice in his farewell
address that "timely disburse-
ments to prepare for danger,
frequently prevent much great-
er disbursements to repel it."
Dulles said a preponderance
of weapons in the hands of

0Presidenl Finueres

Arrives; To Visit

Arias In Hospital
Two residents, one in a hos-
oital bed. will meet this after-
n6on at the San Francisco Cli-
nic. where PanamA's Chief Exe-
cutive Ricardo E. Arias will of-
ficiallv welcome Costa R i c a n
President .ose Figueres.
"Don Pepe" as he is known, is
slated to arrive at Tocumen ac-
comnanied by his wife and an
official party early this after-
noon. The Costa Ricans will re-
main until Wednesday morning.
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WASHINGTON, Oct. 10 (UP)- teams, he wouldn'tt say that we're "So few of twem have been n A ml therouy ontor euard ow
The nation's intelligence chief second to any of the intelligence ,ay. to the Unite.Stateq that are welcome the rouion their ar-
said today Russia probably has agencies'of the free world.' in high places that deal with in- rival at Tocumen this afternoon
the worlds biggest spy network The Soviets, he said, "probably telligence, -. nd thev will be escorted to
but that the Communists don't al- spend more money on their intel- "So I wouidle that the col-, ote: El PanamA.
ways make wise ue u of the in. Ugence" and "have probably a election is good ad analysis Is
formation they get. larger world-wide network than probably not so good." A round of pctivltipq hu been
The statement came from Allen any other intelligence service be. Dulles was asked about froe- nlftnned for the visltnrs. Later
W. Dulles., chief of the top-secret cause they join intelligence with quent Soviet and Cnmmunist Chi- this afternoon he will nay his
Central Intelligence Agency. subversive activity and all these nese charges that. this country is reject l tzn President Arias who
He also sA' Soviet "barriers" other activities." "infiltrating seents over there." 4 hnnspitlized aS Bpn Fernandlo
make it "almost more difficult to Asked how he rated Soviet intel- "Well, I believe they'll go a- C'1Inle with an allerey ailment.
get intelligence from the Soviet lgence. Dulles said the Russians head and sav it." Dulles replied. This evening at 6 m. Figue-
Union than it was during the war are "good in collecting" but "I'm "I'm not going to confirm or de "e.V i slated to .,neak in the au-
to get Intelligence on Germany." .ot awful sure they are good in ny that. -Itnrlum of the Panama Unlver.
Dulles saic. the "hard evidence" analyzing.' lsty.
that has filtered through the lron "I don't think the people whol "I sometimes think they exag-
Curtain Indicates "no c h a n g e analyze the intelligence they get gerate a little bit but I'll let them A receptni i"n h honor at El
whatsoever" in Russia's basic know these other countries well ..'** hat they want on t h a t Panama will climax the eve-
goals despite the K in's new enough" he said. score." ning's program.
""smiling policy." -- --
Dulles discussed Am er&an and
Soviet spy problems in an inter" .. .. .-. .
view *ith Rep. Kenneth B. Keat" ..
m.(R-N.Y.). :- '
Dulles is the brother of Secret-
ary of State John Foster DuBles.
The Central Intelligence agency
which he heads is the govern'
nment's top spy clearin house. "
He said that while the CIA is ,
newer than many other spY aye" "\ "' "" -

Burglary Suspect
To Face Trial
Probable cause wau found

> a vacant house,
Avenue early Sat-
main j]A m lieu of
Mgg -50 a, in the

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MARIOS TAKE T A aurne subme-Te
awoift in rubber rafts d meuvers held off Lae 1
comirando-type trainlS the W marine can surfa'-. d6
pOW 4iMueUy immediately
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ed such a step.-
"In the same way w
Ion will -act a com
the Soviet Union to
grip upoo-wast Germay
permit the -uificstion -
many," he sald. .
"Also. I believe that
Dinion will compel the -
tion of national Inde
the captive states of
rope." .

Paraiso To, a

First PO Since 3
Canal Zone Postal
be reestablished at
the new Paraiso
Monday, Oct. 17, It
nounced by the Canal Z
tal Division.
At the same t6me It wl
nounced that Noa
formerly Post Vr
Miguel will be
With the -aicew
savings service,
service will be fu
nublUc with directI
in made to Paralo
addressed to that
It. is tenthttvely
provide window serve '
Paraiso post office fOL
to 11 a.m. and froin S -
until 4:45 p.m. -
With the reestab
postal service in ParShe
Pedro Miguel ot o i"et l
closed to the pum c l
Oct. 15. Window serv
continued at Pedro
the close of business Ot
mail will be worked
15 after which date,
dressed to Pedro
delivered to the aeW
The new post office W
so will be located in the
vic Center butdin w
Ing dedicated Shnda
the first time that ra
had its own post offift

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t Another week gone by and half the state flooded and for us
than an inch. The weatherman has made big promises for
h past three days and today he says it's sure to come, but not
* cloud In the sky. He might fool us and guess it right some
;f The new '56 Ford is showing up in numbers on our street, so
they must be selling. Other new models are passing but with
y oor sight I haven t been able to identify them
I was rooting Tor the Dodgers. On Saturdays we can't get the
tvefing news for football, and I don't like football. I am on the
'Sownward slide and it looks like the provisional two clean sheets
tPi.t be needed this year. The old heart and bladder have about
i5an still see to write, but very little reading. With earphones
f"lj hear well over my radio. People who drop in think I am
trauy listening to a silent radio, but it gives out plenty of sound
S-e.'ve only seen one article from Crede Calhoun in some time.
16u he keeps up the chatter. I always like what he says.
: Another try next week, if I am still on my feet.
Pop Wright

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IT RALLY HAPPENED-Actor Boyd Stockman was actually
wounded by an arrow during Alming-of "Comanche" in Durango,
Mexico. Actor Stacy Harris lends a hand as Dr. Pedro Rivera
treats the Injury. In the background is the "Comanche" who
felled his "toe."

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Labor News


SCRANTON, Pa.-A good pair of
theater tickets, a steak dinner for
two, a couple of drinks in New
York, now 100 miles behind me,
will run you close to $50. Out here,
where here is a built-in depres-
sion, unemployed miners drive al-
most 100 miles and back each day
to find enough work to earn much
less than $50-Just to keep their
homes going and their pride up.
There are Jobs for women But
not for all the able-bodied men. In
the anthracite area. only some 35,-
000 of the 160 000 hard coal di-
gers of old are working. This s
the land's forgotten corner.
That thought hits you hard as
you drive over the pit-pocked
hills and see a regional recession
in the midst of a national boom.
Community after community is
affected here by that recession be-
cause they are, for the most
part, one-industry towns-co a
owns-even now in the infancy .of
super-atomic fuels.
Here you find men fighting back,
however. Slowly they are convert-
ing their cities from one-industry
areas into communities where
proud men no longer will have to
fear that modern fuels will wipe
out their daily bread. They're pit-
ting pennies against the a t o m I c
age-but enough pennies to put up
buildings and attracts deversfloed
industries. They're fighting hard
to create new Jobs so that no one
need wait on state or federal agen-
cies for handouts.
"Self-help" committees are ev-
erywhere in this hard coal sector.
They need millions of dollars to
build new factories and, then, to
attract new businesses which will
locate here and create additional
Jobs. In some communities these
committees raise money by get-
ting pledges of nickels and dimes
and quarters, each week f r o m
working people and their families.
Elsewhere, union men pledge one
per cent of their wages in payroll
deductions, executives give pat
of their salaries,-buainessmen tos
in a -percentage of their grss-all
pitch in for -mthe general welfare.


Of such stuff are sermons made.
Labor men and management men
are not at each other's throats.
They have banded together in
brotherhood and cooperation mut-
tuall egpe with a problem of
to the entire com-
rera's a common bread-
3 fill. That's of prime
-'tao 11. of these good

teamm recently sai that work
n to bel.oa the 14th industrial
plant to be built by 'fhe commit-
tee." This was the third one this
year. The Scranton Chamber of
Commerce says the first 23 plants,
worth some 1p0,000,000 attracted
enough new firms to the area to
provide employment for 8,000 per-
sons. *
Over in Wilkes-Barfe-w h er ea
once we heard John L. Lewis'
men shout "You can't mine coal
with bayonets" when troops were
about to-be ordered into a strike
crisis-labor, management and
civic leaders have thrown enough
money into a kitty to build facili-
ties for 17 neWr or expanding busi-
nesses. Latest word is that t he
$000,000 industrial fund in Wilkes-
Barre is readhin, its goal.
The money will be used to aid
three new firms which will mean
1,500 jobs or-as Phil Murray loved
to say-bread and butter, pictures
on the wall, music in the house
and the happiness that comes with
regular work.
Thus it is in city after city.
Pottsville has gonei over the top
and raised $450,000'for two new in-
dustriep. Little Pittston put up a
plant, weon t and attracted a
new employer and more workers
are back on obs there now. And
scores of grocery ad butcher bills
are being pal regwllrly.
In Shamo th6 putting up
$300,000 for i expansion. A
new shoe co coming in.
Shoe workers w be needed-so
future shoe workers start training
this week.

Most of this activity is directed
and coordinated by the Northern
Pennsylvania Industrial Develop-
ment Commission..
Not the least o: the significance
of the "self-help" drive in these
hard-hit cities is the fact that this
coal country is competing with
the South for new industries. For
the first time the movement be-i
lo;.' the Mason-Dixon line has been,
interrupted. Not too much at the'
moment-but enough to mark a
And precedent-making it is. Nev.
er before has so wide an area
brought so many men of different I
views so peacefully together to
fight for the common good.

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Ptdi dent Eisenhower returned campaign Issue-prosperity -now program started.
frotp his famed postelectlqn visit that ti Is likely that Ike won't run. But- above all, Huphre told
Ktea on the cruiser Helena he "George," as Ike calls him, is a Ike, he wanted to cheok the inf a-
hadis first opportunity to meet genial, relaxed completely down. tion that had taken place since
and,talk with his new secretary of to-earth gent who has three great the wr, ..s said. h.believed that
the treasury, George M. Humph- loves in his life. They are his the inflation which e d slashed the
rey. family, his work and horses. savings of millions persons in
Like's close friend, Gen. Lucius In the course of his riding career the U.S. was the great tragedy of
Clay, had recommended Humphrey he has broke just about every the potwar pered.
for the job on the basis of work bone in his body. But his 65-year- Today phr can point too
Humphrey had done for Clay in old frame fails to reveal the ef- fact tht be has .at the cost of
Germany if connection with the fects. He's lean, hard as concrete living wtlina hal ione per eont,
rebuilding of Geriman industry, and physically an'4 mentally ag- that government has been taken
One of the first things Ike did gressWe. out of private enterprise fields,
after long, enthusiastic talks with He and his pert, attractive wife, that spending has been cut 12 bil-
Humphrey on the Helena was drop 'Pt ja a childhood sweetheart, lion -and tha -he
Clay a note, hakng hia foe g l the mansion which was once ti w
soPpul*. h. ab n ht i t a
s es then a ho T. -ti marh y. wb Ie tn e ...
spent and frendp for dren visit frequently. But Humphrey ha't see'
ehrey have grown. It's a t i cy's extracurricular sc- polished his goals without oppose
ke probably regards as H included bridge with Ike Won and troubles. For eIns
the strongest, most- a n in w 0he h President was healthy, probably the biggest fight he had
his Cabinet. .-- andhuntig .and fishing when he on his hands took place a year ago
The personality and ecor d of can get away. when the country was experiencing
Humphrey, and the other key mas The pattern, of Humphrey's polH a fairly serious business recession.
around Ike, are especially impor- cies as secretary of the treasury
tant today because they wll be as- were set during the talks with Ike There were demands from such
suming even more authorities and on the Hdlena. persons as CIO President Walter
responsibilities in their jobs during Ike told Humphrey that he had Ruther and Sen. Paul Douglas (D-
Ike's convalescence. three prime goals for the next four Ill.) for quick federal action, simi-
This is the first of a number of years. That was to achieve peace lar demands within the adminlstra-
articles on these men. keep America strong militarily anJ tion.
Humphrey is undoubtedly the to make the nation strong and Humphrey stoutly resisted this
most important of the group, not secure financially. pressure. He aruged that decreas-
only because he has the support Humphrey said he could succeed ed tuxes would soon catch up with
and trust of the President and .the in this with conservative, business- decreased vmvernmnet spending
others. But as thi key man in like monetary policies, by getting and that relief measures might
maintaining the financial security the government out of commercial cause a panic and shake the con-
of the country he is the qzuardian enterprises and by insisting that fidence of business generally.


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1. The expalds of the Ameri in Texa
can air attche, Col. Gilbert E. mock I
Erb, under celrcustances that in- and rai
dioate Egyp has a dangerous theusan
chip-on-the-shoulder attitude. crops.
ers tel
Colonel Erb had remarked assess
merely in private conversations opy ml
that he thought the Israelis had the dar
probably shot down two Egyptian counting
Planes Instead of their having auced
raised in the air, as the gyp- omy m
tians claimed. e Egyptans had
explained that he INwo planes In tm
bumped Into V ea there and t ed
crashd. The Irebrs claimed thy dam gd
shot em dewn Usedus Colonel crspe
Erb remarked that ifwas around
the two planes bumpId nto enc far "0V
other and indicated the lsraela the Tou
were trigger happy anyway he had bee
was declared penrsna non grata the Ar
and asked to leave Egypt. "Operat

I. George V. Alen, the Dulles
s~eial envoy. ca-ed a much
srer warning for the Egyptians
than has been Indicated. He waa

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Dules to to Preier Nasser tbat
set o start attacking the minute

S rais have the force to take
Cairo in a. short time.
3. A proposal to dump the huge
U.S. cotton surplus on the world
market as an economic reprisal
against Egyptian cotton is gaining
ing support. Southern congress-
men have been urging is on
Secretary of Agriculture Benion
for some time, not as a move
against Egypt, but in order to et
rid o' e cotton surplus. Now that
Egypt is determined to busy com-
munist arms, proposal has
new advocates.
4. The former executive director
of the Republican National Com-
mittee, Douglas Whitlock. has be-
come top loebylt for- the Arab
league in Washington.
While this has had no effect on
he international situalon It hasn't
particularly helped the domestic
political situation since Whitloek
continues to be high-up in Repub-
lican circles. He was the chief
organizer of Eisenhower's cam-
palgn train during the 1952 cam-
paign and as recently as last
month addressed the Republican
state committeemen here at the
special Len Hall "school" to pre-
pare for the 'IS campaign.

ernemen;i or.now senangt sur s
etto.. Though Secetas
sod proposed in various Cabinet
sessions, that the cotton be sold
abroad, the State Department, re-
inforced by the secretary of the
treasury, argued against "dump-
ing" on the ground that it would
upset our relations with Egypt and
other cotton-growing nations.
Now that our relations are al-
ready upset, and Egypt has pr-
ceeded to bar ttr ott on for
Communist arms. the cotton-bloc
congressmen see no further reason
far holding our huge supply of
cotton off the market at tremen-
dous cost to ourselves.
Army-Louisiana "Deal"
It hasn't been announced, but
the Army has made a hue land-
semipolitical deal with the State
of Louisiana. It will reopen Camp
Polk, La., on a permanent basis,
and in return Louisiana's Gov.
Robert Kennon has promised to
provide the Army with 7,000,000
acres for its gigantic forthcoming
maneuvers, "Operation Sage"
The deal was arranged by Ma).
Gen. Raymond Fleming, former
National Guard bureau chief and
now Louisiana's adjutant general.
It took place after Texas citizens


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At this point, General ialemin
offered to get "maneuverprmits'
for 7.000,000 acres in Lousia tff
the Army would make a perma-
rent base of Camp Polk. The
Army sent Governor Kennon a
private telegram. agreeing to this
unique deal. At latest reports,
,00,000 acres of the maneuver
grounds have been signed up.
Washington Pipeline
SEOUL Exclusive Stubborn
old Syngman Rbee is involved fit
a bitter argument with' the Afmeri,
can Embassy which is jeemardi-.
ing all of Korea's rice prwetioU
Rhee flatly, has refsed tobuyl
urgently needed fertilizer from his
old enemies, the Japahele, even
though thel lted States has of-
fered to pay for it. As a result, the.
Korean rice harvest. is in danger
and it's too late to buy rice front
any other area. . Before he
became ill, President Eisenhower
ordered Secretar:, Dulles to stay
no more than two weeks at the
Big Four Foreign Ministers Cona
ference if it looks like the Rtus-
sians are stalling. . Now that
the British hAve built their' own
H-bomb, they don't know. how t6
er a-* *. s *tilo if The t-r oub*le

7 e M an z w w. . iaWz -
irs are down this year, the result
At oae rainy weather r4tre.
consecutive years of drought. IncI
dentally, since the advertising
council started it- "Smokey th
Bear" campallgn 1 years ago.
forest fires have decreased 14 per
cent, though they still average as
amazing 130,000 a year. State san
local programs have helped, too.
Monopoly Uptrend
Here are some interesting pro..
fits the Celler House Cpmmitte#
is investigating in connection wito.
the alarming uptrend in monopoly
General Motors, the world'
largest manufacturing concern
announced r e o rd profits of
$661,000,000 for the first six months
of 1955 more than 50 per cent
greater than the same period hi
United States Steel had profits
of $1iT,000,000 for the sit-month-
period, also a new high. Bethle-
hem Stael made a record $2,000s
000. General Electric profits:
reached an all time high of
$102o000000. Standard Oil of New
Jersey earned $344,000,000 in the'
same half-year period, while the.
Texas Company, another giant of
the oil Industry, rrepo't a .w
record of U$105.0000 in profits.

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M'REPARATION FOR AN ORDEAL-Tied to ropes held by a "guard," two 'POWs* are forcedi
j exarcidsea t a school training Navy and Marine fliers to survive as prisondra of war. The school
o pe.. qtdi at Camp Mackall, N.C., wlo a special Army unit from Fort Bragg participating as the
'em y."- rollers go through the training program in groups of 60. Photo fromn NaVal Aviattld
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HERS A FLYING SAUCER-Rene Couzinet, French inventor, stands beside the flying saucer
he built and la exhibiting at the Brighton, Englahd, International Fair. He says the craft, with
ba 25-toot diameter, Is capable of speeding 1000 m.ph. _It has not been shown in France yet

Evergreen Club To Present

'All Cotton Fashion Show'

The )"All. Cotton Fashion Show"
sponsored by the Pacific Ever-
green Garden, Club. for the third
consecutive. year will be present-
ed to be public next Saturday at
S p.m. at the Pacific Service Cen-
Tickets may be phrchsed from
any member of the Club. Tickets
will not be on. sale at the Service
Center during the week nor the
evening of the Fashion Show.
Senor Luis Acaraga, famous or-
anist atf' Panama, and his orches-
tra willhighligt the evening.
The latest fashions will be pre-
sented by: local, designers and the
collection includes adult and teen-
age .wear- for sports, -travel, tea,
cocktail, and evening gowns.

Door prizes will be awarded
which have been donated by pro-
minent commercial firms in Pa-
nama City.
CYPRESS, IllU. (UP) When
Robert Farr became a father for
the second time recently, he didn't
know about it for nearly 24 hours
and then only through the help of
Illinois and Indiana state police
troopers. Fair was traveling be-
tween Evansville, Ind., and Spring-
field, Ill., edmonstrating explosives
for a powder company when his
first son arrived on a Tuesday af-
ternoon. The state police didn't lo-
cate him until Wednesday noon,
but then he Jost no time heading
for home.

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Gresadian Society
Schedules Meeting
To Plan Relief '
The Orenadian Society of Pan-
ama. will hold a mae mpeting
Prday evening to discup wVay
and means to aid the homeless
,aictm of the recent harkBclqe
Whlch partially destroyed the l3i
land of Grenada.
The meeting, to which all
qrenadlans are invited, will get
underway at 6:30 p.m.

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E- ., the network's di-
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'One--finding new comedy
Stourilng college cam-
and Other places where wit
S e unearth d has resulted
A heiging of six writers to
($c 162M5 a week) writer con-
tots. One of the new writers is
10, third climbed telephone
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P5base Two-findlng new comedi-
wan. Blower progress here, but the
network is working to assist the
is ies ,tIey've already signed
ye Ballard, for example, has
told to lose weight and add
material) and fiad new ones. They
4 curretly working with six
hopefuls, and they think maybe
0.'or two will develop.

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Chevaliler I Robert Mtchu
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Sl1 the other phases-developing i Herb Shriner ("Two For the
dr matic writers, performers and Money," CBS-Radiol: I had some
A net programs-the project is just trouble with my harmonica. I left
go g rolling. They are desper- it home and my wife used it to
fta seeking new writers and they grate cabbage.
ho to sign two actors from each
Sof ree drama schools (Pasadena
P house, Theatre Wing, Amer Somewhere in-between allt his
SAcademy) and form the basis work he mana ed to squeeze a
S an NBC stock company. vacation in North Africa. And, if
you've heard recurrent rumors th
In may be the first step says he's going to start a soft drink
iH to a real road show idea- business over there, they are mis-
takg new plays with new actors, taken. It's all a joke.
trying them out on the road
they go on TV. "We noticed that the Arabs use
hashish," Bob says. "So Reynolds
rt Mitchum has been ex- and I started a gag-we said we'd
rpf ?in a round-about way, to make a fortune if we introduced a
SAnd the experience has left drink called 'Hashi-Cola' in Afri-
i somewhat shaken. After years ca. Trouble is people took us seri-
of Hollywood and Hollywood eco ously "
noftics, he now has a whole new .
seis.of financial values.
S cil vueHOW TIME: The '55-156 theater
went to Europe to star in turned from England with the
ig Intrigue." a feature mov-lovely Gilbert and Sullivan opr-
e which was written, produced as. Martyn Green has left he's
directed by 8beldon Keynoi, doing. TV and stage work here-
th sman behind the TV series of but has been replacedby a young
the, same name. comic singer Lamed Peter' Pratt
who has his own style. The G & S
h elly finished It in It weeks," operas seem to grow fresher and
t um, shaking his head so lovelier with age.
a lhk of hair poised prettily aver
eye. "And the total cost Another import now ea Broad-
n aund a25,000. In Hollywood, way Is Maurice Chevalier. He isn't
mine thing would have been a lovelier with age, but he still has
$1, NO production." the old charm. It's charm that's
somewhat fatter and grayer and
ou see," he said, brushing the mellower, but still delightful.
back, "Reynolds has organi- -
C 1a and. planning. He doesn't The fiannew play of tib season
any time or money. He had MI "A DA] ay Vase a scJat. me

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'The i1saRfp ri',ft l trotr of f 'Dt ~ .

Et dir- oan rec. pts ma i df er
%h easpaa- i -of 'ic? were also dose
m St' 4lim toIM level. R eit ofr nifh' ag
greslosnal race could weu d won ,. :.- ., .. 'a :per -,cent-
or lost in the unaCetain f(rm.re- 500 m1on, dollars .
. ggs of the corn belt I at tes Atleast part of the decline can
were corn- and hpg prices ai a be chard to the adi.t u Itloios
pocketbook voti Iismue." io flUureo se cqntrls on acre
Most eastern and far weMn age divrted from cotton,. what
farmers could be regarded as l'ad .r ajor e r .y federal
"safe" for the Republioaus and controls. Millons o 'divedtj a-
the GOP can expect only to hold crews' were planted to feed grains
its own in the South, he predict- which must be market d by being
ed. fed to livestock.
Hog prices, already more than Hog production rose this year to
20 per cent 6elow-1954 are headed make use of the heavy grain sup.
still lower, according to Agricul- plies: Th sprg pig crop was up
ture Department experts. But the 9 per cent. A the Ariculture
administration official Who frank- Department Mid farmers have in-
ly admitted por k was "a real dicated ittniofis, to bO0tt ;the
problem" was confident p rice s fall crop p-er cent above 1054.
could be kbpt'igh enough,to.pre-l Another increase is likely in the
vent any major' farm surge -into 1956 spring proR, 4earltment ex-
the Democratic column. pert; aald although it will probe'
Agriculture Secretary Ezra T. ably be limited by. thelow prices
Bens9n, under heavy pressure to of- this-tall and winter,
do something about pork prices, i
war urged lst Friday to study the
Nossibil ty of a "limited" govern-
ent prok,pure ase progran--do-.
pating the mea1 .to school lunch-'
rooms and other npn-profit inititu-
tions. The advice came from a hog
industry committed. assembled bv
Bensonf which alsp recombnendedl
a stepped-up merchamlising and "
promotion program to sll more'
official Agriculture 1Department
reports show why GOP leaders'
are nervous about tUe Aitua
Total farm cash receipts for the
first eight~aonths of 1955 were
down 4 pt. cent -rom the a smen
period last year and "most of the'
decline wps due to power prices

,..fm edcan rimm

Chicken Bordeaux Style Irs a
Deliliou Treat
NEA Fod and Markets Editor
Madame* Monlque Lavaud of
-Margaux, France, swingp a tal-
ented skillet.tHer Poulet Saute A
La Bordelaise (sauteed chicken
Bordeaux style) i a dream dish.
She lives in the famous Bor-
deaux wine district with her. ma-
chinist husband and. five children,
ranging ftm- 4 months 'to 8 years:
She does jall her own cooling and
house work and: lies to have
friends in for dinner. ]


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in Jobesvlle, Wis., greeted the opening campaign speech of How-
ard Boyle, Jr. The Milwaukee attorney, opposing Republican
'en. Alexander Wiley in Wisconsin, went on with his speech and
/ had four listeners after 45' minutes. Boyle said, "I'll keep on
fighting even if- end up talking only to the squirrels in the parks.,"


If you are taking friends out
to dine, it is usually best to tele-
phOne and m~ake reservations. A
little forethought will prevent
your having to apologize aR you
nad your gWts wait and walit
for a table. I w
"I never deamid It would be
crowded like ,his" doesn't, he',
the situation nuch.
Some sea anemones live for
more than 70 years, says the Na-
tional Geograp'ic Society. Individ-
ual specimens 'have been observed
along the Seottish coast for that
long. Other speeds live for 'only
a year.



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Radio Programs


Your Community Statilo
(Telephone: 2-3066)
Where 100,000 People Meet


Today, Monday, Oct. a1
3:15-Sammy Kaye Show
3:30-Music For Monday
4:00-Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite
trequests- please phone
before 3:00)
5:35-What's Your Favorite
6:00--French in The Air
6:30-Melachrino Musicale
6:45--Old New Orleans
S:00-ORGANA I R S Nestle's
Eveready Cocoa)
7:15--Freddy Martin Show
7:30-J ourn ey Into ,apace
grams V.O.j
g:30-proudly We Hall (USA &
9:00-You Asked For It (re-
quests -please phone be-
tore 7:30) .
11:00-Music To Dream By
12:00-aign Off.

Tomorrow, Tuesday, Oct. 11
6; a-a gOn The,Alarm igi

L england l, Oct. "

RBalirB suspects In t : Reveillse'
e opulated Irish lmm- 0 i- "*
ant p after another report- : Heart
d attempt to raid a British mil- 9:30-A I-Bee It
camp. 10:00-JENNIFER'S J O U R NAL
Several men garbed in civilian (Cutex and Odorono,
othSevweral men gareported to have 10:05-Off The Record (requests
ied to entered a Royal Artill ery -please phone before 8:30)
eamp at High Legh. Cheshire,25 11:00--News
miles east of this west coast 11:0--Off the Record (cont'd)
British city yesterday. tI:30-Meet The Entertainers
They were in a car with stolen P.M.
license plates. The driver swiftly 12:05-Lunchtime Melodies
turned the car around'and drove 12:30-Sweet And Hot
off at high speed when the duty 1:00-!News
sergeant challenged them. A 1: 15-Music Of Manhattan
Check of the license plat later 1:30-Sons Of the Pioneers
alowed that it belonged t9 a 1:45-Then And Now (BBC)
mtotor cycle. 2:00-Instrumental Capers
Guards were doubled at the 2:15-Singing Americans
mpGuards werpolie patrols n the 2:30-Tex Beneke Show
e.mp nnd police patrols in the 2:45-Hank Snow And His Rain-
area relniorcec. bow Ranch Boys
Last week three L.R.A. men 3:00-Plano Patterns
were given life imprisonment for 3:15-Sammy Kaye Show
raiding a British barracks at 3:30-Music For Tuesday
Arborfleld and making off with 4:00-Feature Review
huge supplies of arms. The arms 4:30-What's Your Favorite (re-
were later recovered. quests-please phone be-
fore 3:00)
5:30 -News
S5 6:35-What's Your Favorite
Social and the O rivde (cont'd)
(Continued from Page 8) RY (Lou Olud)
terminates at the Union Club. For REVIEW
about fifty years the Union Club,; 6:30-Your Dancing Party
rich with the traditions of Pana- (VOA)

Ia, has been the meeting place
of business, commerce and socie-
ty for tht Americas. The Festivals
and Carnivals of Panama City
center around this club.
Luncheon will be served at 1:00
p.m. and will Include a Panama-
BIau menu. Mrs. Lola M u n o z
boyd Velasquez and her mother,
Mrs. Angela Boyd de Nunez, will
be the honored guests of.tht Naval
Officers' Wives Club for luncheon.
Tour buses will depart promptly
at 9 a.m. from the Army-N avy
Club, Fort Amador, the- starting

6:45-Do It Yourself
7:00-O R GA NAIRS (Nestle's
Eveready Cocoa)
7:30-Journey Into .Space
grams V.O.)
8:30-Educating Archie (BBC)
9:00-You Asked for It" (re-
quests-plepse phone be-
fore 71:30)

ATTENTION G. 1.1 Ju built
modern fumished aglrtmeaos, 1,
2 bedoeems, hot, cold water,
Phone Penase 3-4941.
FOR RENT:- Apartment, con-
crate building, near race tracks
2 bedrooms, suitable for chil-
dren. Apply International Jewel-
ry. 155 Central Ave. Phone 2.
1803. ______
FOR RENT: Completely fur-
nished apartment, kitchen uten-
sils and linen, I bedroom, living
room, porch, dining room, kitch-
en. garage, garden, hot water.
9th Street, San Francisco, near
bus atop. Phone 3-5356.
FOR RENT.-2-bdreoom apart-
mont with all modern conveni-
ences. "D" Street. El Cangrejo,
Resits Building. Inquire Apart.
ment No. 3.
FOR RENT.-Large comfortable
and cool two-bedroom apart-
ment in Bella Vista. Apply tele-
phone 2-1455 Panama, from
8:30 to 11:30 or 2 to 4 p.m.
FOR RENT:-Apartment: 2 bed-
-rooms. dining room.. sitting
room, maid's room with bath,
large kitchen, large bathroom.
hot water, apartment all screen-
ed, 25 square meters inside a-
partment for laundry. drying and
ironing, large closets. garage.
House No. 5. Ave. Eusebio A.
Morales, in El Canarejo, corner
house. Phone 3-0579.

We buy Automobiles Models
1950 to 1955. We pay CASH

Aumes Eisenman
(beside Coca Cola Plant)
Tel. 2-2616-2-2966 Panama.

Ike To Leave
.(Con .ued from agre 1)

ommendtions of the doctors
for the next few weeks, saying
these recommendations were
based on the usual routine pro-
gram following an average cor-
He said the President "nC-
cepted the program gracefully
and asked us not to rush his
Indloative of the President's
good spirits was the fact yes-
terday pnarning he greeted
callersg l h eighth floor sul'e
in Fitssimmons Army Hospi-
tal wearing a garish bow tie at
the top of bis gold colored pa-
The vice president said that
when he and Adams went Into
the President's hospital room in
the late morning they were sur-
crised to nee him wearing at the
ton of %his pajamas a bow tip
with a dark green background,
speckled with oblong red fig-
ures and white dots.
Nixon said the Presihdent and
his nurse 'had been planning
this sartorial surprise for Mrs..
Eisenhower for several davs.
He said that when the Presi-
dent's wife first saw him sitting
in bed wearinp the loud tie she
"practically rolled on the floor"
because she got such a kick out
of it.
Nixon said the President and
President's prank was "Indica-

10:30-Music From Hotel El
10.--Time For Verse
10:45-Temple Of Dreams
11:00-Music To Dream By
12:00-1Sign Off.
Explansatlm a f Symbols
BBC-Britlsh Broadcasting Corp.
RDF Radiodiffuslon Fran-
USA and AF U. S. Army
and -Air Force,
VOA-Voiee of America


FOR SALE: Mahogany living
room set. Call 85-4183 or see at
251-A Corosal. Like new.
FOR SALE:-Due to trip: Living
room set, Singer sewin machine
7 drawers), other household ar-
ticles. Eatudiante Street No, 14-

FOR SALE: One used all
porcelain 9'z-cubic foot West-
inlhoueL refrigerator at a reas-
onable price. Apply Phone 2-
1455 Panama, from 8:30 to
11:30 or 2 to 4 p.m.
FOR SALE:-Buffet., china clos-
et, sawing table, round dining
table, 6 chairs. Sold by set or
separately, cheap. Call Balboa
FOR SALE:- Bargain. Leaving
for the States. Living and bed-
room sets. 48th Street. Apt. 3,
Maria Eugenia Building Ne. 1.
FOR SALE: Bargain. Living
room set, RCA radio. wardrobe.
Slat Street No. 13. Apt. 3, Ro-
sa Marina Building.

BOX 2031. ANCON, C.Z.
CLINIC. Day-Night Service. Op-
posite Chase Bank. Phone 2-
We have a few vacancies. Con-
tact your Community Building in
Curundu for Nursery School.
Call Curundu 2168. Children
from 2Vz to 5 years. Supvitsed
play, swings, tricycles, construc-
tive toys of all kinds, sand box-
es, and nursery rhymes. Free
transportation from quarters to
school Nad back. 8 a.m. until
S11:15 a.m. Plenty of open space
for children to play outside when
weather permits.

tive of his spirits.

as a layman, I thaik the mna-
antr problem with the Presdent
less restricted thah hi condition
indicated medically.
As Nix eson tole casd repos, Nixerson elabot-
rdy nted, ht, "s o course import
as layman, I thn the patient nomat
othe problem with the President
willn bhis recovery him f hold him
"In these cases," Nixon elabo-
rated, "it Is of eosrle impor-
tant that the patient not tr to
do too much too soon. And In
the case of the President, he
feels sto ood that the problem
wrll be to have himr follow the
doctors' advice."
n there vein, Nion Saturday
nicht In a 15-minute meeting
with the President eiured him
that sinceothhere basis no delay in
normal decisions of government,
there no need for Mr. Els-
enhower to speed the regular
rthatcesses of recovery from a
heret attack which he suffered

"I told the President," Nixon
said. "that on the bad is f what
we had seen at our first two
metlngs of the Security Council
Snd on the basis of what we hend
discussed at the firt two mical weeks olt-
ings of the Cabinet, that not on-
Indicatio were ns actionsbeing delayed
that would normally be to resueif
were hres, but that we did not
anticpat that any actions
woulressivbe delayed n tgraduallhe future
because of his absence, and that
In other words he had time to
make a complete recovery, and
did not have to rush on account
of government business."
Prior to White's formal eval]
nation of the ease at the end of,
the first two critical weeks fol-
lowing the initial heart attack,
Indications continued the Pres-
Ident would be able to resume
the rel of gIvernment pro-
lressivelv but gradually In the
days and weeks to come.

Help Wanted i
WANTED:-.hpearienced nurse-
maid to attend on child. Good
salary. Apply IOA-53 Central
Avenue, Panama.t9126 Boll-
var Avenue, Coits.

FOR RENT: 2 rooms. S30.
Rooms $20. Sabenas. Phone 2-
1508. Inquire Eatudiante Street
No. 100.

Position Offere,.

WANTESD.- Exp.lece -"
tary for 1.lih -l oad" ela
rspo*denh Apply wifti
ences te lx 310Baa10 8aI

Boats & Motor.
FOR SiWE: 16-ft. phYtov.
typ outboard rumuf,. cat,.
plaet with windshield, remoe.
controls, listing wheel, trIl.er
Phone Las Cumbre 2036.

dirw lmport frot Iernmay .ex-
cdllet slgers $15 e.; German
chomne bird cases from $8.50
to $21 o. ACUARIO TROPI-
CAL PET SHOP, 49 Via ELpaa.
Phone 3-541I1.

FOR SALE:-AT rlums ad a*c-
ciseles. Pheon Navy 3538.
FOR SALE--Dictatig machine
Mal*--Voice with acassories.
Cheap. Mtallca International.
S.A., Callo 6a. 5-15. Phone 2-

nw modern Robert Whitford
piano method is adnsationally
ahplel Practical. For further in-
formation call ZEZ BENNETT,
Phone 2-1282. "

Houses "
FOR RENT.:-Beutif ul residence
in exclusive section. Furnished
or unfurnihed. Preferable Amer-
ican family. Plas phone 2-
3035 Panama.

Panama Line


Sixty-two passe n g e r s are
scheduled to sail Thursday from
New York for the Canpl Zone a-
board the Panama liMer Ancon,
according to the advance ,pas-
sengr list. There are 18 passen-
gers listed for Haiti.
Setawl wet4opwa employee
in tho OQa
be 44

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"Leonard" 8 Cubic feet
Prices real low!

"Norpe" 11 Cubic feet
like now 3 years

s 95.0o

s 375.00

No. 72 Per Ave. Tael.s 3-4517 & 34518
Bow 3212 Panam, R.P.

Rebull Washing Machines

"Norge" 25 oyele, 65
wringer type, very little $ 1 .00
use! -

"Norge" Automatic
Excellent condition


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FOR SALI.-. I O O.dsmeobile
4-leer sedan, hydimMti radia,
*~wktres, $595. 0922 Amador
Road. Phone lalboa 2984.
FOR SALE:-1953 4-dr. Choev
rolet, 2-10 Mries, excellent con-
ditios, duty paid, $1400. Tele-
phone Balboa 2710.
FOR SALE: 1947 Buick, re-
conify painted, returning States.
Navy 3119 5 p.m.-8 p.m. RIC
FOR SALE:-1955 Pontiac Star
Chief Catlina. two-toe, E-Z
eye *lai, radio. tuelm e tires,
hydramatic, w/i/w. Bargain. Can
be eon at beuse 614-Al De-
Lasscps or call -3101 between
4:30 and 5:30 p.m. Leaving
Isthmus very soon.

Real Estate
We BUY. Sell and Mlyge Real
isata. "The lmpaOel BEile."
Cathedral PlSN. Pea m.m Tels-
phone 2-0857.
FOR SALE:-Tract f lad 12.-
000 square moten with frontage
on Trans-Isthmian Highway on
corner of rpcently concreted
ged. 12 mils from the city.
40c. squam moter. Ricardo Mi-
t6. Phone 3-4923 or 3-6007.
Only $500 down. $25 monthly.
mall wooden house with lovely
lot, t00 mother, light. water.
near us. just beyond now race
track. PATTERSON, Avenue
"A" 16. 2-2346. .

past Casino. Low rotes. Phone
Balob 1866,
PHILLIPS Oceeanide Cttages,
Sante Clara. Box 435, BelboN.
Phone Panam 3.1877. Cristoe-
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World's Oldest Myths Put

On Canvas By German Artist

PHILADELPHIA (UP) A paint "Creation: The Separatio*
German artist's interpretation of of Heaven and Earth-"
the world s oldest myths has been After heaven had been moved
expressed in paintings, that have away from the earth.
found their way into the-same After earth had been moved
Philadelphia gallery as the Meso- away from heaven,
potamian tablets on which the After the name o: man had been
legends were inscribed some 3,600 fixed;
years ago. After An (the heaven-god) car.
On canvas are some 15 paintings ried off heaven,'
by Helimuth Schubert, a German After Enlil (the air-god) carried
veteran of World War II. They off earth. .,.
wereinspired by a scholarly book, Dr. Kramer, aided by the scien-
"Sumerian Mythology," by Dr. tific contributions of numerous
Samue; Noah Kramer, internation- other sumeriolegists, has spent
ally known cuneiformiat, who is more than 20 years piecing to.
curator of the university museum gether, translating and interpret-
tablet collections. Ing the sacred stories In Sume-
Unknown to Dr. Kramer, Schu- rian, believed to be the oldest
bert, saw the paintings and was known written language.
'thrilled" to find his years of "Schubert," said Dr. Kramer
painstaking research transformed "had come back from several
into vivid, imaginative pictures. years of military service on the
The clay tablets were uncovered eastern front spiritually exhausted
more than a half century ago by and rudderless. Gradually recover-
University Museum expeditions to ing his drive to paint, he was
Nippur, Iraq. Many were trans- searching for universal rather than
lated for the first time by private themes, particularly those
Dr. Kramer. The tablets d ate originating in man's distant past
from about 1700 B.C., and Dr. "Deeply moved and faspinated
Kramer estimates that the mytho- by Schmoekel's recital of the an-
logical poems inscribdd on them cient divine tales, he has sinee
were cm posd abbut 2000 B.C. devoted every spare moment of hig
R "RM lues dier tim to illustrating them' according
A tyic sageis the follow- to his personal vIion of the
ASI wo pired $ihubert to characters and iei ts."

Gramlick's Santa Clapa -e-h
Cottaue. Modern onvenolences,
4'S*OO. "- -'P'y

3cil r' furnmisd haOul i
. cwbo Santf Cloe. Telphreo
Thempsm, alboa 1772.

November 15 Set

As Deadline Fo0

Barbados ReAI
COLON, Oct. 10. Fraternal
organizations, clubs and societies
engaged in collecting relief funds
for Barbados hurricane sufferers
may continue to do so within
their own groups, the coordinat-
ing committee ruled on Friday
Deadline for current drive has
been fixed for Tuesday, Nov. 15.
The committee has decided not
to Issue authorizations to indivi-
duals to collect funds. Persons
desirous of contributing to hur-
ricane relief may do so by taking
or mailing their donations to
committee chairman. John Blen-
nerhausaett, at the British Con-
sulate, or to treasurer, Olney Ed.
Donations received by Central
Agency up to Friday evening,
October 7th, totalled $280.50, conL
tribute as follows:
William Hinds ..........$ 5.00
Anonymous ............. 250.00
Anonymous .............. 6.00
James Lovel ............ 1.00
Julian Reefer ........... 1.50
Cuthbert 0. Moore ...... 5.00
Eyrie Temple No. 450 .... 10.00
James N. Belgrave ...... 2.00
Total ..................280.50

Over one-half of 63 major U.S.
markets receive 90 per cent, or
more, of livestock via highway
transportation. Ten markets re-
ceive all livestock by truck.



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SOCIIsis Score

Clean Victory
In Bremen Elections
ufr RIy E r BREMEN. Germany. Oit. 10 -
by Erskine Johnson (UP) The victorious Socialist
Party today a sk e d Chancellor
Konrad Adenauer's Christian
HOLLYWOOD -(NEA)- Behind new comedy, "Will Success Spbil Dprgocrats to continue in a Bre-
the Scenes: Judy Garland's choice Rock Hunter?" She was invited to men state coalition government
of duds for her TV debut-the play the Monroe-iah movie queen despite the fact that the Social-'
movlietown pincushion set and a in the play, she explains, but her lite scored a clean victory in elec-
lot of feminine viewers insist the agent nixed the ofter for her. tlons yesterday.
gowns made plump Judy even big- The Socialisti won an aobsolute
ger-is a cue for today's $64,0u00 Hear it Now' The name of majority in the state legislature
rhineshqne question: Shirley Booth keeps popping up but Adenauer's party doubled its
"Are today's show business 'for the role Marie Dressier created minority strength.
queens 'clothes. smart.' "? in MGM's musical re-make of Socialist President Wilhelm Kal
I put famned Hollywood designer I "Anna cnrisUtie.' Ava Gardner and sen also asked the Free Demo-
Edlth Head -n the spot with.the'Howard Keel are definitely set crats to remain the coalition and
- query. "I hate to admit It," she I athr ... G continue-"a.; before the strong co-
s b ss ... Kathri mGrayson is takingoperation in the interests of re-
said, "but several movie actressest her daughter Patty and a tutor me n the interests of Ire-
know as much about fashion de- ro .. .... ... men."
,igat as c aou .a hon iLtr ondon with her while she s ars in Kaisen's part" scored what he
sipping as I do. Marlene Dietrich "Port Afrique." . A basset
knMw; even more." hbo d nk h called a "great victory" in the
But Edith would name only five hst ofnd "Lam"lkey haol ied F he elections, capturing 52 out of 100
he'd trust alone in front of a e t lassie." telef s. For state parliament seats.
mirror as' judges of their own .cedule A e ." .. He said he hoped the federal
clothes. They were; Grace Key ,,slel Ageces government will soon be "great
Claudette Colbert. Audrey HKp- e L add v ya" an 4 ,,b .bakeda coalition" like the one which has
burn, Jean. alrer. and reyh. odi"" and "The Naked governed successfully in Bremen
for the past four years. Observ-
Mum s the word with Edith ab ers said the CDU and FDP would
the Majority of famous dolls who most likely agree to continue the
snow absolutely nothing about state coalition.
clothes. "I'm saving their names,". Tbhis as Hollywood, Mrs. Jones: About 85 per cent of the voters
She told me. "for when I retire How many self-amitted feminine postwarSocialist strong-
and write my book about designing Ugly ducklinga arethere In Holly- hold went to the polls and gave
clothes in Hollywood. It will be wood? An advertisement in a the Socialist 48 percent of the to-
titled, 'People I Wish I'd Killed.' movie trade paper asked the ques- tal vote cast and anextra ith
-tion with this: "Wanted .. An seats in the state parliament. Th
David Wayne's making no secret Ugly Girl for an attractive role in Chrsatian Democrats also scored a
of his disappointment over the film William Wyler's The Friendly significant success, vaulting from
version of "Teahouse of the Au- Perquasion. number four to second ranking
gust Moon." Marion Brando will
Sthe role David created, with To date only 10 Miss Scarecrows part im the state in popular vote,
e. rle D In theeBroad- have applied for the job and doubling their representation
emendous success the Broad in the parliament to 18 seats.
Way hit.
It's a bitter pill for Wayne who1 But the Christian Democrats,
*ays he was assured by MGM who were hoping to knock the So-
executives during the play's run: cialists out of the government and
"'You're our mar for the movie form a coalition of the Bourgeosi.
He'd lost plum roles before but I parties, dropped five percent of
admits: "This is the only time it's the vote they reached in the 1953
bothered me." Otherwise Wayne'stlf elections when Adenauer headed a
career is booming with a movie,' 3 national party ticket.
"The Four Seasons," next on his,
cbedule. Vienna Archbishop
Shakespeare lovers can relax,
says Ruth Reman about "Joe Maec ia xan i ni
etb' Iftr Eaglish co-starrer with .

Piuar-as a new rors gangasier
but there's not an ounce of satire
J the film. ,
* \ "We played It serious." she told
me," and I think even the British
people will like It."
Ruth found so many Holly-
woodites in London she says "I
went out in the countryside every
weekend to make it seem like
Vivian Blaine, the Guys and
Dolls star on a trial separation
from hubby Manny Frank, is dat-
Ing a rich Chicago chemical
manufacturer . Eva Gabor is
groaning after reading the critical
valentine.; for George Atelrod's

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-Cardinal Dr. Theodor Innitzer,
Archbishop of Vienna. died early
yesterday of heart failure at the
"Golden Cross" sanatorium.
He waj 79 ynarq old.
The Cardinal had entered the
sanatorium three weeks ago be-
cause of a bladder trouble and
was operated on immediately.
Death came at 0350 gmt after a
heart attack, a nurse said.
The Austrian Catholic P r ess
Service, the official Catholic news
agency in Austria. announced that
Coadjutor Archbishop Franz Ja.
chym was named capitular Vicar
of the Vienna Archdiocese.
A spokesman of the Vienna
archdiocese said Jachym as new
capitular vicar will carry out the
agenda the Vienna diocese ntll
the Vatican names a new Bishop
of Vienna.
The Cardinal's funeral Is expect-
ed to be held next Friday. -
At Rome Pope Pius XII was In-
formed of the death of Cardinal
Innitzer by his assistant secretary
of state, blons. Angelo Dellacqua,
just prior to his departure for the
apostolic palace to preside a mass
gathering of 70.000 Catholic a t h-
letes at St. Peter's Square.
The Pope "deeply sorrewed"
over the news, a high Vatican
source said.
Innitzer was scheduled to visit
Rome before Christmas at the
head of a pilgrimage of Austrian
faithful who wished to pay on the
the crypt of St. Peter's in thanks
for the liberation of Austria.
Cardinal Innitzer was the 55th
tomb of the Prince of Apostle in
church to die during the 16-year
prince of the Roman Catholic
pontificate of Pius XII.
With his death the Secred Dol-
lege of Cardinalh. dropped to 62
members of whom 21 are Italian
and 41 non-Italian.
Innitzer had been elevated
cardinalship by the late Pope Pi1
CI in the consistory of March 13,
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The home of Napcy Ramsey, president of Beta Chapter
meta Sigma Phi Soority, was transformed into a gaming room
with spinning roulette wheels, blackjack dealers, and other
games of chance. Each member and rushee was given "play"
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prises at the close of the party. -au- nuid slbmilied InZ l m
a |- rithe rn orm and mailed to mSat
the bux numbers btled daliy tI "GS-
Mdry Danielson was in charge Justice Alejer-dro Remon and Mrs. ril and Etkerw*ie," za dspdvweN
of the roulette wheel. Mary Roddy Remon have just returned from a L16cannt be accepted bNY tal1
ran the dice game, Navy Ramsey visit t the United States .p e
caled the bingo,, Jean Judge of- -- -
fioiated as dealer for blackjack Ft. Clayton N.C.O. Wives Canal Zone Art League
and a game of solitaire was held To Hold Coffee Wednesday Calls Special Meeting
for losers. The consolation prizes The Ft. Clayton N.C.O. Wives 'the Lanai Zone Art League Is
won at solitaire enabled them to Club will hold their morning cof- holding a special meeting Thurs-
go back to the gi.mmg tables .a, fee from 9 to 11 Wednesday on the day evening at 7:30 in the library
*ga,, second floor of the Ft. Clayton N.- of the USO-JWB. Plans will be
Wmner.of the evening was Dolly C.O. Club. The nursery will be op- made and committees appointed
Styles, who received a brush and pen. All members and guest are for the annual ait show, which
comb set. Kay Kiontz was chair- m invited. takes place early in November.
man of the committee in charge
of the unique party. She was as- The Ft. Clayton N.C.O. Wives' Quarry Heights Women's Club
-s..ed by .dary Rodd 'Club held th r monthly business ine ieguidr meeLing and coffee
Duridg the evening an invitation meeting recently at the N.C.O. of the Quarry Height W o m e n's
was issued to the rushees to at-, uo nttendlnk were Mesdames Club wll be held on Weanesday,
tend $the Model meeting, nextStella Wagner, Etta Holtsford, at 9:30 a.m. at the Quarry
hecinesday at Kathleen Hulman's Martna Waiters, Dorothy Poeter, Heights Uificers Ciub. ror can-
housein New Cristobal. Louretta Ivey, Jpanne Casaus, A- cellations, please notify one of the
het yellow rose of Beta Sigma lice Uigle, Eva / Moore, Georgia following nosteases prior to noon
Phi Wvs used as a centerpiece for Todd, Xenia Sanoski, Adelina on Tuesday, Mrs. C. S. McGowan,
the rreshment table, flanked by Schwan, Ann Pierdoha, Ernestine Mrs. M. J. Naudts, Mrs. William
ple aelow tapers. Rushees at- McCoy, Jeanette Mappin. Lydia Outerson..
ten l were Helen Crowell, Anna Gillette. Jeanne Mailer. Katherine -- HEADLINERS The Harnett a
Butc r, Betty Jo Allen, Muriel Courneyer, M elba W i i i a m s, Guest Speaker headline a floor show schedule
baur, etty Dunning, Doroth y Blanche 'Ihomas, Mildred Abbot. At EM Wives' Club at Hotel El Panama Friday. A
Claus tzer, and Joan R e e ci a. Mae Etta Griner, Dorothy Reich- Mrs. Philip Dur wife of the magician Eric The Great, come
Memn rs present were N a n c y eit Lorena Kalbarczyk, Anna American Consul in Colon, will be dance act ana Latin singer MA
Ram y, Jean Judge, Jean Coffey, Moore, Mellodean Grubbs, Annie; re guest speaker at the monthly returned from a successful eng
Lva arte, Kay Klontz, J o y c e Blackab), Delia Stakhouse, Min 'luncheon of the Enlisted Men's and his 15-piece orchestra will
3urk irt, Mary Roddy, Norma nie Mae Freeiran, Noreen Mur- ,n ;b .UDo, winch will be held!
Du V II, Dolly Styles, Kathleen phy, Doro,..y Leslay, and Col at the White Hats Club, Naval played by Mrs. J. N. Lewter.
I tff mu, and, n a r y Danielson. IMiles the Club Advisor was pres- Station, Coco Solo on Wednesday, The new year book was presented
Pled s attending included Betty ent. Oct. 12, at 1 p m. to the member jr this meeting,
Jo O vie and Betty Jo Slaughter. -- .. and the Sport Dance which will
Point Four Director For reservation contact M r s. be held November 18, a as discuss-
Atss Ie Air Foree Wives ISpeaks To Lions Club Ann Hierhalzer, phone 8429 Coco eld ember 18, edas discuss
O a e-Social Club i Mr. John Cavender, Associate Solo. Enlised men s wives are In-,
Wiv a of Air Force personnel Director Arkansas Agricultural jvited to attend and to take a Dr. Grace Stuart
r g on the Atlantic side have Mission, Point Four Program, guest. The luncheon will be 60 Gives Talk Tonight
the Atlantic Social C l u b was uest speaker .at the regular cents per person. Dr. Grace Stuart of Gorgas rosg
Is p ose is to greet new arriv-, week y meeting, held on-Thutsday pital wl present an illustrated
de, d provide recreation o r evening In the Fern Room of the "Chins And Crytal" Talk ptal on pAround the Worid" at
S ree families who c a n o t Hotel ivoli, of the Balboa ios ort Amador Officers' -JWB rme or e
pati ate in Albrook social e- Club. Mr. Cavender spoke on theWives' Clu Service Center. tonight at 8 p.m
vents Prause of the distance in- progress ol the Point Four and A- 'M Howard E. Clarke of Shaw's en ree and aha mt ,
Solve agricultural Programs In the Re- in Colon will speak on, China and Stuart travelled 32,000 miles visit-
rg nizers of the new c In lub public of Panama. -, a.i at tne monthly meeting iug Hawaii, J p a n, Phillipines
hope hat the club will minimize O --- iof the Fort Amador 0 f f i ce r s' Camboadia, Vietnam, Indo -China
soiae f the handicaps of isolation Off To Europea W W es u ,at the Army Navy India Ceylon, Egypt, Jordan Le
from an active Air Fores Base. Mr. and Mrs. George Novey Jr. ClbW, wednesday at 1 p.m. 1 .... ,iaCypres ,Gre e. ce
Plans for the near future Include recently left for Europe. T h ey Hosttsses for the luncheon will r ano Syri, ld, Belgium
S boa trip -style show, morning plan to make an extended tour be- be Mrs. B. R. Sewell, Jr., and Holland amd Enland
'eeft children's parties and fore returning to their home in Pa- Mrs. Thomas Kelly. For reserv- lan an
game nights. nam, aUons call Mrs. Lewis Toth, 82- The world traveller did exten-
SMrs. Donna Cartwright, Fraace . *M-- ._ by Tuesday noon.sive photography on her around
Field chairman, assisted by seven Harnett And Dumn the world trip, having her posses-
Sther Council members, selected Leaving Fe States Mrs. David Senzer and Michael sion over a thousand .slides, part
erer mp1Ar U. C hi ._d -shotn ill .-son 4t tk. l-.
lier pho se n u m b er is u ad oct. 1 They w il vi N Wi i < .. Sp "
S Field 3.7., York City, Miami and Havana a Ss. v cordial ltnvitatloaI nled
9 --- Cuba. They will return to the Iath GOdaebo Wmea's Club to military personnel and th e i r
ir. k SMith mus Nov. 3. Sear41Talk Diana families, and the public, both of
is Carolina The Gamrba Women's Club met the Canal zone and the Republic
K Frank Page Smith of An- 13th Birth day Celebrated recently at the Civic Center to of Panama to attend.
con a long distance call from At Tivoli Guest House hear Mrs. Diana Chiari de Bru-
a band Dr. Frank Pa g e Michael Klipper celebrated his der the well kncwn Panamanian .
I ast night, telling her that 13th birthday and confirmation at artist.
their three year old son a party given by his parents Mr. Mrs. Gruber, who is better
had arrived safely in and Mrs. Murray Klipper at the known as Diana of Panama works
South Carolina, where they Fern Room of the Tivoli G u e s t exclusively with native arts and i
S Siting Dr. Smith's parents house yesterday afternoon. crafts. She explained the methods
Mrs. Lloyd H. Smith. Guests who attended were: Rab- by which she obtains her material
they return to the Isth- bi and Mrs. Nathan Witkin, and from nature, and displayed many
M au ly in November, Dr. their children Michael, S ammy interesting varieties of her native
Bt d Myke will also visit and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Walter art. Unt il
&W brother and sister-in law Reif, Mr. and Mrs. 0. Raney, and A brief business meeting was U l you ve
a Mrs. Hollingsworth Smith daughter Helen, Mrs. H e I e n conducted by the president Mrs.
A N York. Rouics, Mr. and Mrs. C. Pajak. Juan Hidalgo. Five new members
Doug and Laurie Pajak, Mr. and were welcomed to the cl u b.: p\ \
l i D eraneha Mrs. C. Amarattk F r an k and They are: Mrs. J. Crawford, Mrs. V lt-
1, r Tew Teachers Joan, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour or- J. A Snodgraas, Mrs W M Al-.re
To welcome new teachers of the kowitz and their son, Paul, Pfc. derton, Mrs. W. Hunter and Mrs.
Side, the American Feder- .Jerry Hennin, M-Sgt. and Mr s. R. B. Mills. Guests included Mrs.
ra; m 4 Teachers, Local 227; -gave Vern Wilkins, Miss Asta Sholem. W W. Dillin, Mrs. T. Roy a n d
a.ocktail-dinner-dance at the Ar- Fred Roe, Michael Le Crix, Mr. Mrs. Marie R. Gallo.
agand Navy Club, Saturday and Mrs. H. Dempsey. Pat. Da- Members attending were Mes-
M t. Mr. Edward Hatchett, pres- vid and Bud Dempsey, Miss Doro- dames A. J. Landre R V Sel-
Wet #f Local 227 and other offi- thy Brickman, Mr. and M r s. lens, H. D. Hale, N. J. Lewter, T.
elals received guests. Thomas Dee, Mr. and Mrs. J o e B. Idol, P. E. Snow. J Hidaldo.
- Mr. H. J. Zerten, assistant Casey, Joan Kathleen and Rich- J R. Campbell, M. J. B a n t o n,
rineipal of Balboa High School, ard Casey, Mr. H. Cranfield, Mrs. Hentry Ehrnman. L. E. Bates, E.
sated as toastmaster. Jack Rand, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur V. Kock and Mrs A. J. Catanz.
Bernstein, and their two sons, Mr. Refreshments were served by
Beik From The States and Mrs, Manfried Engel and son, the hostess Mrs. H. H. Taber and
The Minister ofGovernm at anI Mrs. Betty Goldstein, Dr. ond Mrs. L. E. Bates. Music was Designed to keep y

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Some years ago I. ws visiting
the wisest old lady I know. That
cold wintm afternoon her tel e-'
phone r'4g. In great distress, the
faijier Ot four small children was
was call from his isolated farming
30 miles away.
His six mnth old son w as
gravely Mf. ror four days without,
sleep h ai Wife hal been combin-
ing the work of nursing him with
tookilg 2Nd care for the other
children. AWshe was numbed by
fatigue, Thy could locate no help.
Could my friend suggest any?
Surely tere was some answer. .
MUv frm *Uaid- S CPr i. -

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and hung up the phone.
I can still remember how she
described theneed in that isolat-
ed farmhouse. It .'s an unagitat-
ed, unsensational, objective de-
scription. In neither her words nor
wanner as there the slightest
suggestion that I might be t h e
answer to the need.
So to my astonishment, I heard
my twn voice saying, "Call him
back, Mrs. Porter. Tell hi m
that if he will come for me, I'll
go out and take over for th 1 is
wife until the baby's well."
Throughout that night, I was
supported by my appreciation of
my own charity. That was just as
it should have been. For I need-
ed support.
The sick baby frightened me.
s j Sometimes I rocked him. Some-
times I prayed. But always I was
nd Dunn daithe team, above, will conscious that I wa, performing
Ifor annual Columbus Dky ball generously.
so featured in the show will be s oon after dawn, I was
,an Dodo Levy with ,song and sure that 1 w a a a remarkable
ria Luisa Trujillo, who recently v woman. For the b aby's fe-
agement in Mexico. Victor Boa Iver rouke-and he began to suck
provide music for the dancers. miravenously at hs bottle of warm
But, as I said before that was
Naval Officers' Wives' Club some years ago.
To Tour Historic Panama )
The Naval Officers' Wives' Club Today, I am not overcome with
will visit historic sections of Pa- .appreciation of inm' own charity.
nania on Tuesday, Oct. 18. Mrs. What moves me is the charity of
Lola Munoz Boyd V elia saq ue z. the friend who allowed me to ex
prominent Panama resident, has press mine spontaneously by mak-
consented to guide the group The tUg no demands upon it.
Naval'Officers' Wives' Club are
honored to hae Mrs. Velasquez Always, .it is our egotism that
share her knowledge and b a c k-,dema ads ."unselfishness" f r a n
ground pinpointing out the histo- children. Always, when we t e 1
rdcal places of interest. ;Tom to be "unselfish" and lend
I his paints to Buddy. we are say-
The tour will begin with a visit ing. "I am good. You are not. So
to the home of the late MissI ,nugt make you good." -
Ramona- Lefevre to e n j 0 y the Oh. I know it's not easy to sub-
lovely, collection of polleras, the due this form of egotism. W h e n
natilnnal fesItial drso nf Panama

Miss Lefevre waL b
famous as the Poll
Panama. Her brother
Lefevre, Minister froi
Switzerland, has ex
invitation to the N
Wives. The group wi
to see this outstand
From her hoae. t

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A visit to the Presit
will highlight the t
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Sdy's Whijg over Tom's retfusal
to WWh-bb palat. We w.it to
hut. Bd up. What we really
want is. to grab Tom's paint
from him sand bv giving them to
Buddy aut him up.
HoweVer, though few p o p I e
would approve our use of muscle
to pL T isupaNt ts'from.him, l.t
of Cem wuld beam at our cont-
m Ma , I.hu t b be.. "unselfish."
IFew wouit.qbJec to our grabbing
them. 'w oa to cet
SI de.. I bink it' theft of Tomn'sP

I thtaink' out obligation b e g I n s what give andyPendrey uk
and ends with the undemanding a peculiark at MiainiB c
sttelnent of his brother's neeid,ntoapper m
"Buddy has lost h i yellow crayon .
Tomi-and -is unhappy because he aged to capture the refectin
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8-50 p.m., depict the devastating effect of Creek Fire, an
ancient battle weapon, when Sinbad gains its secret and
employs it to help drhe the mighty forces of Tamarlane
away from the oasieged city of Bagdad. Advt.

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S" AMTI, Oct. 10 (UP) Somee ltifed y Lt, (Tenh. sumer tf-d. 1to r~~1- a t. ,a. p-'
-- -|rdy .to meet a myriad at
50 .vetor launched the a- o, entire National Guard ofes caused by a nation "ex-

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at ait) ad former tw. Tho as 4iL Aac'Lo Angles
eet. .l edos se o. begin udt today, but most of the o educational, a elth and sele- NO lemls to burst upon us before we -
The 4-ytrF-d former Minie t N hI a. Legiohl dele utes hive been on t o g countries be- 4 make provision for their oluon,"
t rMd, nowy the j adit NIex-o ,em aw"on. d ma ha i Il 1 rida nigh for r at t I convention wh ot t '- '-
a. rW.i. dsa eati r^ Rul con v n ie Com"I hope that no busineumn is .
.mamen pra lhe s statement ae.ea b,0 l iti l o of State "Jon orarl .Dull is ehar. .b Comnilptes ahve l BntS o so bli.ned by tline bright ight of s,
hoe ,. pre .on -year.- s scheduled to deliver a major fo- trated- t the Nati ons,. an U ai lok th prosper that he s iUa, .r- oi .
ho rte t, sek f a. eign poiey, speech during today's are uim UNESCO to corrupt the A look the stdgeri~g social, tpoHieal
Ee Dee o-rY jowir uak tedopeniang s s eion the our chfldrendu T d evoldefnm nte e"artorleh as pil-
does w hita ifr r Stassen said h wothatd oaldetlao SwSan hotels in Miami and Mi. The six a Murphycommittee VS!4 andeonomih emsxtraordtnary inu AN ,U As I.r
doeats begn frotm' e'. ir, h ird s amit Beach wy Jammed and the was se to Inlme a "more om 62 4 ceases in population dur the XL.P T Al IMPALA
he ca. bt sqec ssor orrn et rstreeta pace with veterans from p et ." tf moa eor2 i 1960's," Edgu told a MiuIigan tI Hi PAl. t. ~Av ue i Po
GPO Le. e al the peUple d x so ex 48 tat d th fme. Tra- S v i n gs and Loan League LRvaIVAL. IN A ,ANE POM-,AT,
. Pre 's/t ms ~heodikno th e e act state of tafic -a rs the fuai n iarms. SGeeral George etrem I h meeting. hWaTt RAT nPo uAsOiY s n.
. .....6p ?s /'-..u-s"'& J" a li ght -
Democratic cam :.,ov. stillt A n, 81 8pnp downow a e Edet n -h"-
'aveeelllpn lMt-lo"1Tork He said this wouldn't realty While the .on 1"j"j'Uliedl t be 5o'. *AS4k riel ite" S- \ V '
statements d .o i .o efrom month t o aath e o et he n tw o-year-old dis-_w herr to i r_ te 1d_ and ho using ah d make t1em "in
back.Adl Stevenon for te e ats puts over thte United Nations Edu- Mat toihe ,i -_pf e0W d Netod ani MWh kg i reasinprnent in tChe ara l .
Deml'o eomniat. e e make deL al ining farm prices acatlonsea scientific and Cultural a e U r i tth rer. m a v u k of poll Atcontroversy." a, p '/ .l
t will make up its mind a gn t campaign despite GQP clam o T d spute was expected both factl ore than ar On d
to g erne eed dato cc peoal sw i t nder rthe prT e best tas s of the hours, bt fae to reach any Fooman ce ta
be .vital ec si tM pe ra geIt stte on s Anodter isu which could have t .. r. T is i er
eiho" the, ,,WU- hte economy country iserptd dur the meeting was amn oJ settle a .a r on hckr MRN a i n OM
te sanid aS .ot od5y sa ca s the basic industry of agricul- I e board ol governors of t he nsuesdxy ur Wednedahy b soe- e ,i soea li-a h .reumpt. | l . "

het tinm bold ecm t ao i n r-it lo4.t3. a ep . y ea flowing a study by a spe trick and failed tb make the The servicemen have set ta *
ddobes ,ta:did t- ... is.IN S e*ure oes not share sthe pro pank-lov a turned own have solution ready!Mto resenm ..e. the .son. r..ue i tin telnrneh e --uT Air ote Bae I

GPa O thi nal 40 & 8 committee. Alotr e 5 Yuias ,|.u mebody p.fated out that contraption employing a spotuth | THEATERS TOthCe, I ".,
atener la. f eeter. e t s e u ert. The 40 & 8 is up in arms at at- uth could hav e led the jack of and mirror, a charts a ao hmr i stop. ,,

CBS-tV- -ograFace the Na television shotr"Cealloe -Press tempts by Legion social to di _____pads for a finesse through West watch.
on," alsoe rea caneI onference." declid toh dismer e dignity" to the fun lving CuICO (UP) Th omas thus avoiding the loss of a trum ad BL don't ned raar to tra.
iukenatt naOh a hdniuistratiot pou po n iF s "nrVDe"ocratic, or R e- group and "open its ranks to all Pearson 54, wrote e to the Canadih trick. The spotlight is flashed at the I CAREY

cie' M. e amid f6 sifbuan preside tial nky p decision on the spt an Pacic Railway and collected "This started the argument mirror from across the highway. rN 'obrta IAYNE .. .
0 oer to .. supports on a s. centered on a reportudy byof a pcommit- tricake and finesse with ninmake trump s in b eam rv an officemen haver standing down Color -
iberan. Dt . e Commander ay Murphy of N omme ew who has been an American citizen that Easts bid made a difference. The chart telloy him how fast the a N
criba aW dstubed Yor Te repor ge te con and a ca 30 years, was "We all agreed that South would car irr goig by comuting t
-ver defeD.Icatt andCvficed erne d. eclne "' tversial organization a cleas goin g throg some old apers have been better off in.this par- ai to cover t area be- I ARGARtA (.:15 :25 '
Russike .. .t.nf the diploma ,tic .r e dcl' bd of health. He found that the-ra ad had t icular hand if hdg had finessed, teen the beam and policeman the 6 1 Dorothy MC GUTRE ',
war. b . The r port said the organization paid him to three days he What we didn't agree on was what eas,4wr ot epht MCNAa ad-
Sore fa t "is noth figavorale towar world worke in baCutler, O, n 190, and Sou should as a gal uld nt Wh automobile bres te ASTE TO LIVE' i
sic po mot toer m.a.id&e wsnts aecia-O... .....N.'
Sta3eren pc t centered tsa report of a e fommt-erot o taro fnesse with nine trumps Lnam an officer standing d dowmh m"a icnol

NBC-g'V, gro r o .W Samnd osdegrtete tmymu fo u* d i "O N QT
to Knowwas asked Committee hee memby ers aid rejena he road's auditor former aund Pear combined hands. Others said e road cc on thetop watch.
'rberl aep h "disu r o .,... "h:o er Ray Murphy of N ewwo hohs .been an. American c Aitzenithat East's bni mades difference. iThe charts tells him how ftast the. t'ea :P

erdeatil nomination.w Aillaker lnyi nchgm- tional e ,ontican e dmo nf paioa d celesdeaa, w l be orreo v South woulea O g ngyT .'........
aver det.v.ou. a. ,e .ia o6n r. And, Royal flan*. troversia orgamzaion a cleangoing through some oda lers. ve been better of in.this par. S HN' to cover te ares be- ~u ,

Rur t la thre donvat sytpreprare.masicom- U blO sinceat tec agents ain Chi ono Pearson was "sW aoo ag that Sout oyuld- vard topped the nations Utiebr- ImRGAaArm15 3:2S m "ULYS S-
s atat. binetheolan mixri Balra oa rful Leo. Group awarded at mte raicar hand i had finesse twee n the beam and policeman. i| -e- cA ,aP ilort

Ste Pr"sdent a .ord "o il n p, is not favorable towardme to woworkedCi per, ,ut. a a outh should d i. s a generalre a.De mer Aluani M I w,, TE WO aT *T T L O O
tthe same te. e praised bringTotro oonildand pour ys ure of the opening' ead indicated d p* T cam L IVdt' t/
na (.rest r .a i 'i government ..is not atheistic.., he wrote railroad officials aboutit.can you solve the pro b l I Imn *
aer r i hise nonwil"b- -,io and isinnoderee communist." for uis?" ouaa rwi l nsu s -the leadm.BB O T N-E."W..O.N .LA "
Itl t h esi s aS i Committee momero sad rjec- The road's auditors found Pear s d n
b .Utive heart vAoiattack . I k for oyl .ion of there c for Ah lineeither pponent had bid, third with 21,739 alumni ANTA 7: CAMP BIERD :15 :

residn n la tnon Aw Yu dys' really ventoO wo amount to a slapEmer contrbon, railroad vice preutgidentwUDd be correct for South topla .. w ..'l O T ."IS M FoDL ,
e l .roes iden ta.c.- vo. Ad JrebrhEroyan l oy fm at the Eisenhower administrationnoted that the auditorshad uder-Ithe ace and kingR without tain U NO
tenIs dr t pe sidn te.as ..tes- ,u le |governmet hs upIpo *rtd estimated Athe pay for stations esoe. rTis general rule g i mset ie Sp tep d th natn -- aLr- L, A "
dsaid ,e mTex.,msaiany do I*,aynbeCOU'cil a-dh

f..G. I sr, P w s Adensuer Ailing |f yU want BoUrbon at its best call for r

TODAY "1D'Vn "r.o. h bt a u pefl.~ Spokesman Reports hGREEN RIVER c Ametc us smoothest
She may become a can proposal tosecededfrom theLosuffering from bronchitis with fe- 1A h l
teder lar ..uld wih e \ I ver oa t is p "h t yt possible ao t year, the SrAmern um i
the i.. wo Ime a "t- -ed m c n predict wo then he will return toi re ed.
S the sme t-me, he pra| T asedu brw e ees ma Sold at all eadin bode ,as and barsa d.
. i r Nixon thnat E;ast started with seven clubs. A total of 30,738 c r t bronchi 'V1 -1 l "
they have age M i tit thec hbeft ItI WHsd grVan r s .,owihwudptoFor his reason, South should have pst Haeard well in the lead &sper.ThA:1'o.1te o

noVtictv o lted tk tsmasahoa I I .o. ufud Yalea with alumni gint, '.Hitherto official seke always Th' .
ethings.lowi edt Ite d a4eobd th ho uathho
"tooe h ave fp ragenda s n t a Jfo.rimtheoati ad n fine is se throughhWes t ,w at ch. e .
geonlustt ion. JusthreretmberpthatCEastnhesdcliedover352ottak _dignity"ytoherdwit alumni f. r,

des .."": Pe l sldl zibmh Ine races. an Pacif icRailway and collectd rdTisardstaotde of the club suit, irro, 3tfeouanc'slte sigd.-a
H.e sAid rOutit prwiy. .oblems TrU S w $.n bakl-l ye- rs bac wheras West has 10 such cards." ........ .
h av been' handled s.. b iotW ad b m ioid ap .. .. .
Nixon, ,ha at4iPsrtydears

TODAYturbe"- .MN LAhSTmrnt i Sp"EsmanRerTs cGREEN RIVER. Americats smoothest

Yok IIeotgv h an--and!a/Ch icgon ,.3'y'r, wa suffering from bronchitis with re- ign

w ar.Ther aidth oh wonren as t e r irstagiee cn d enwa" wh-.
Cebt frfthe "emakabe"We ering. henyoushp- al wih 260 almn.gits

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*I fselH a of the wide OP inSM I the
Western coming next i idmy st te
,T. n I ts writing tng a handling
T A STAR" steers clear of the usal for-
a off-beet ctaratersatlui, povideu uty
a hag the top .pot.a4 gys q banqg-up

you'll PAIL ALL!
always find

- The distinguished bright-rqd package of
PALL MALLS ftIaM tbeq'tnitr eigratm Y
wotmd etpi m ellovieW ad extra
flavor are epertly ake into the
extra lekgth.' A it' true that people
who smoke PALL MALLS sequirmsn
added air of sophistatimo.

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Panama Canal Pilot

Wins Chrysler -PT uth


Outlasts Don Hause

Captain Bill Lewis, the long-hitting Panama Ca-
nal pilot( played his worst game in months and yet
won the final match of the Chrysler-Plymouth tour.
aiament at the Brazos Brook Country Club yester-

wovtieusty for Lewis. his op-f Third Flight
ponent Dn Hause, reigning club Chadwick beat Graham.
Champion Of Ft. Davis, was corn- 2.
Ietely off -form. Lewis commit-
ted several shanks to starboard Fourth Flight
and it. 'seemed for once as Bean defeated Kenway,
thoUgh two tugboats were really 1.
neceizry to keep him on his
course. Fifth Flight

Meantime, Hause. was having
his troubles with the wood
shors which were going to right
fnd left and on numerous ocep-
siont he found himself in tiger
The result was a close one as
Lewis won on the 17th greeft but
If either of them had played any
golf it would have been a very
mne-sided match.
Other results:
Second Flight
Collett over Prier, 1-up.

3 and

3 and

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Sovey downed Schuster, 4 uanu
Sixth Flight
Campbell trounced Rogers, 7
and 6.
Seventh Flight
Markfield over McNaughton,
1-up after 21 holes,
Eighth Flight
Bell whipped Joe Wright. 6
and 5.
Ladies Flight
Madeline Garrett over Edith
Mathleson, 2-up after 36 holes.

Football Scores
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Mi s 25 ............ Army
MlIW l. ,...... Stand
Ohb t 27 ......... IIH*s o
Wisconsin 9 ........... Purdue
Mian. 18 ........ Northwestern
Navy Pier 26 .......... urieka
Westminster 26 ...... Bluffton
Co. Mich. 61 ........ No. III.
Mism (I1) 47 ........ Toledo
Xavier (Ol 17T ...... Cincinnati
Weeelr 27 ...... Waynsburg
Mm# v 58 .......... Okla. Mill.
West. Reserve 6 ... Mt. Union
la 20 ............ Indiana
iwtler 20 .......... gall State
AkMea 58 .........Ottaoln
TeUas A&M 27 .... Nobraka
Iepsuw 41 ........... Orlin
ee. Okla. 66 ... Coay
It 19 ............ Wabash
S Kansas 7 .......... lwIo State
lon *M Vieta 14 ...... Upper .
rk ........9 Wash. (M
HloSsa.Y4t at,.. ,.-- A i.
Al sa t ,,r *... ...*****.. A
WayneV 2 .... ,... Cs- Tesh
+_ St. Obf 40 .... ..... CtenM
D 2u u 1 3 ......... Ia. Wne e.
Sjl', 16. 28 ........... !,I ,u.
.Fn4 I 14 ...,..... RMs Poly
In tn. 13 ........ Andersen
St.John's "3 ........ H-Mllso
STa o1r 12 ......... Manuchstr
k oere Prt 6 ....... No. Can.
ehi. Ial. 26 ........... urinka
Otl.n 3 4 ......... Kenyon
mseiill 45 ......... Lawen"
C al 17 .......... Marietta
Is .rV7 ........... McPherson
UMcAblior 6 ....... Augsburg
CarthaTe 26 ........ Cul-Stock.
St., Thomas 265 ........ Duluth
Kekrney 40 ......... Chadron
M DaflOne 7 ........ Wilmietolq
Musinllum 23 ..... Ohio We.
Millikin 81 .......... Ilmhut
aparaseie 29 ....... Ivasmvlle
h. Tech 26 ..... Foths Int.
M6Bn. St. 25 ...... Mich. Nor.
sepsein $52 ....... Cn. C Me)
N1 Oka. 13 ........ S Okla.
atwolh 20 .......... I. We.
nll (lal 412 .... Monmouth
eacriewia 20 .....us. ui-Ado'
limoori 35. ...... lithy (Ken)
S. Dak. St. 23 ...... Auustapa
S. Oak. Mie 5s5 .... Siom PFall
S Coe dincla (oU) 24 ..... Tarkle
St. Cloud 13 ........ Masoke
S St. Joeph', 27 ....... Ied. St.
S iMMSMvilte 12 ....... Ellndalr
Jee Jsewn 21). .... Minor
beDlinokM 5 ........ l smrok
'Mimle de 1 ....... No. Dak.
% WidI 25 ..... Mich. .Wthm
Whemb n 26 ....... Aaeurstana
; Hoid['k 2n ........ Wi-oa
Ka. itato 42 ........ Marqutt
S oarKlam 26 7.. ...... Masnvr
oroasibi Green 39 ... John Car.
Fit dllv 29 ..... Ohie NortfkIern
W Tehb'nr 2 ....... Em D. St.
Neth.l 12 ..40..... Ottw (ron
erh' d (inni 27 ... Wint. H Sd.
S. .4 IM) 19 K' v'Hie T'(r)
PJevle 1 4 .... .SpriaflI tewater
'P. PtIKs)' (W St.7 .. K't' IKo
C.,iru (Me) 311 M'yv'l, )MIm

e C 34ire ................ SiRip
w Tehr We. 32 ....... rD. St.
Peru Neb SD 40 ....... Huron
Lathe IMinn 27 .... WintMp
P. D.'4ci .... 1'k Hllh TChn.
Yv'ley 14 ....... WhLewiser
L&Cr L s Wip.) I" 11.. Suprior
RI. ajlb (W) 7 .. K'EkGck
s 26 .......... USit
iSK. W.M 49 ....... Frit d
VPam (Non 26 ....... M.4Hewld
aware S. 19 ... Waynemp. Inst.
VPdncin 26 ... .... IlL Col.
Ch. V 19 .......... Lwsee
Lm. A&M 49 ...... Pt. Vl. St.
Va. Uown 6 ........ Howadi
Palawan St. 12 ... Hemp. lint.
ht 1 3 ........... T M
W. city 14 ..... StFa. p

Ptunl 41 .4 P re

Sre m 14 .... F.u,;,
enwS* 7 ............ OIS
- t 7 ...... a o.v'

Af 2 ..... S. ..
Wias 5i I ... .

Man; i 13 .
1 i .2 ......
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STOPPED FOR NO GAIN Linebarker Larry Siegel, tackle Ha old Sorrel and end James Selby
of BHS stop Junior College back Lambert Man tovani for no gain in the game played Saturday
night at the Balboa Stadium. The Bulldogs whipped the J.C. Green Devils 19-6.

Kadir Shows Class To Whip

Antonio Eskildsen's expense
Argentine-bred importation fr

Peru, Kadir, again display
Florid 28 ........ Gee. Wash. class and courage to outga
2 V.P.I. 24 .............. F.S.U. 20 Barlyon in a fighting finish
14 T.C.U. 21 .......... Alabama 0 a neck victory in the featu
12 Tech 7. .L.U. a 0 eck victory Ln $he featul
12 Tech ............ .U. 0$750 seven furlong sprint
701 Min 13 ....... Vank .let 0 Class B imported horses over I
SW. Virgnia 47....... V.M. I 12 heaviest going of the season
o Te. I ......... Chattanoga the Juan Franco race track.
0 GTenn.i 2...... N. Carolina 70 Alfredo Vasquez, who bool
0 Duke 4..7 .....Win. Mary 7 home three other winners, gp
0 S. Cali 19....... Furman the five-year-old chestnut son
12 Rend.-Maen 14...... W. Md. 13 Killarney-Escaleta a perfect rl
0 Presbyterian 16 ......Davidson 7 Vasquez kept Kadir in close pi
SPenn State 26 ........Virgini 7 suit of pacesetting Barge Ro:
6 Centme 24 ......Wash. rLee 7 and Blakemere, urged h
13 Kentucky 14 .......... Auburn 14 mount to the front entering t
0 Min Stkte 14 ........Tulane 0 stretch and held Barlyon sa
0 Hmp-Syd. 7 ........ Guilferd 6 when the latter came up a
13 It. lBanin 54 C.... Char'n AFI 7 even got alongside in the fir
12 Bethany 4 .... Davis Elkins 0 sixteenth. Kadir was draw
13 Newberyv 1 ........Wofford 6 away at the finish line. Black
7 SE La. 13 ........... Tampa 7 mere wound up third after ma
14 im. 0& Hen. 25 .... Cwr.-New. 7 ing an extremely wide turn ir
19 W. Ky. 12 ..........Morehead 7 the stretch that cost him pler
7 Millsaps 12 .......... Sowanee 7 of ground.
7 .ITen. St. 21 ..... Maryville 18 Barge Royal faded in the fir
6 EAST eighth while the only otl
14 Doeton College 28 .... VIllaneI s 14 starter, Sugarplum, failed
13 Princeten 7 ...... Pennylvania 0
12 ewn 7 ........... Dairtmeuth 0
11 oi. o0 ......... 2J0iv 7. TI
13 R.P.I. 0 ..".. ,, Kim" < Psint-- 0
0 Yale 46?............ Columbia 14.
6 Conn. 1 .............. Ma. 'I
21 Weslyan 14 ..... Coast Gowd 7
6 Holy Cress 15........ Coleste 14
SRuters 21...... Muhlenbere 0
6 Nat..Aigges 15 .... Bklyn. Col. 0
0 Dolawre 14 ........Lafayette 6
13 RhodeIsland 16 ...... Vermont 0
SLehlh 27 .......... uackiell 20 ,
Buffale 0 ........... Hobart 0 a .
0 Dreel 20 ............ Ursinus 13
6 Williams 26 ....... Middlebury 0
0 Amherst 20 .......... Bowdoin 0
19 Newp't Navy 25...Marine Marl. 6
7 Maine6 .......... New Hamp. '6 d'
19 W'ster 26 ........ Mass. Mari. 7
0 P. & M. 34 ........ Dicklnson 20
18 Navy 21 ........... Pittburh 0 ,
13 Brandeis 20 ............ ates 7
14 N'eastern 1 ........ Amn. Int. 9
0 Sorinefield 14 .......... Colby 0
6 Hamilton 48 ......... Waner 7 -
17 Slip. Rock 6 ......... Ashland 0
6 Carne. Tech 26 .... Johns Hop. 6 '
13 Montclair 23 ........ Cheyney 12
0 Ship'burg 26 ..... St'dsburg 7 -, .. i
9 Millersville 20 ...... Kutstewn 0 -/y ,
6 Clarion 27 ......... Brockpart 0 ,
SCortland 13 ....... Bleemsburg 7 .... -
4 Alfred 38 ........ St. Lawrence 0 :'
0 Union 20 .......... Rochester 0
7 Trinity 26 ....... .. Tufts 20 .
7 Marshall 28 ........ W. Mich. 0
19 Moravian 6 ........... Upsala 6
7 Juniata 7 ......... Haverford 0
1I New Haven 19 ....... Norwich 0
0 Thiel 31 ........ Aleqhenny 0
0 Looek Haven20 ..... Cal. (Pal 7 .
0 Hiram 19 .......... Grove City 6
1 Ind. IPa) 19 ...... Edinboro 0 4:1
0 Shepherd 24 ...... ridoewater 0
0 Concord 13 ......... Glenville 0
6 Ithaca 12 ............ Wilkes 7 ,A
8 Penn Mill. 33 ....... Lebanon 0
7 Lyeomins 16 .......... Lincoln t
7 Gpeeva 46 ......... W. & J.
7 Syracuse 27 ........ Boston U. 1'
7 Kings 13 ........... Mansfield 6
6 Geoesiburg 46 ........ Alhrieht 6 1
14 WVa. Telch 14 ..... W. Lihb'ty 13
SPF'm't.iWVal 12 .. WVa. Wes. 6
19 Rice 21 ............Clemion 7
7 Bawvler 25 ........ Arkansas 20
12 Oklahoma 20 ..... . Teoas 0
6 Wichta 14 . Okla. A&M 7 PLUMMER CONNECTS Fe
6 Sam HMuston 47 ....... Sul Re.s 7 Edwin's chin during their 10
19 S'est Tex. 6 .... Ten, A&l 21 last night, which was won b
7 How. Pavne 34 .... N.M. A&M 12 In the card's semifinal, R
7 Ste. F. Austin 20 .. Lamar 8, Douglas in 2:59 of the secor
9 Legston 7 .. ..... Tex Col. 0 after Douglas was down for i
7 TrinI*t (Teax 35 ... E. Texas .7n Leslie (Chino, Williams. edit
0 Tom. Tech 27 ..... Tex. West. 27 to. Plummer, while admirers
14 Ariena 20 . West T, as 2n helo in m
Pan.(Okl*l A&M 14 NMWest 7;
0 Adams (Colel St. 21 E.N.M. 11 st. Wash. 12 ... British Col
SMcMrrv 71 .Midwtern 2Whitwth .Central Wash

o0. O.rks 20 Hedri x IArk 7 S. ,Joa St. 27 Ar St.iTemp
S TICLA 3 .. COwleiSt a. Baltimore 24.... Green Bay
6 -i W e ......'.... Ce. Ca l r CANADIAN PRO
0l CAl. 2, .. ....... Wash. Stat 2n Motral Ottw
Otc,*ordo 1 ..........0.m. a. 6Ml.-- a 3 ..O'..--
12 Co. P.fe l 70 H........ e lamlltn 15 ......... Toronto
6 lawe & Clark 47 ... linfiPid 7 PREP SCHOOL
12 ChfheA&M 14 ...... Wvoming AStaunton 13 ... Wm.Maryi JV
SIS honrI .......... Mantu a 1 I R'le Mii. 34. ..... lie Ridgo
SSMahe St. 19 ........ Colo. St. 0 SOUTH
o0 ldAer'- l 16 ....... I A Store 7 W. Cae. 20 ........ Catawba
-A 11r11 1 ............ So. l th 0 Ln'r Rhym 2 ...... Ap'hian
HSwi1 1 .. .. earl Harbor 17 Memp2hi. St. 20 ... Murray iKy
Sa.AMr P'ce 34 .... D-.1lI %,'-h Il Mile Yea. 14 .... Aus'n Peay
SDwe ."* -d 20 W. w*.'. A. T en TIe 13 ........ E. Ky.
1 m..OI, ....... . 3 MM S. 2 .. N. TexasSt
Sj -4m v 1 3......... A M 7 "W I' .. ....... L. Col.
-4, a41 "ri.ha- Yol 0 La lJ9 ..... Hw'd (A.. In
I~ m si. 19 .. Col. C.I. 14 'wedi La. 26 ...... 'east La.
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onM speed.
yed Kadir p
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for top straig
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for cap.
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to l.-Valarli

n Track 'Thriller

w her customary early
paid $4.80 per win ducat.
far less than the day's
ht odds of $35.40 regis-
Wesscliffe in the night-
ora $7.80, 3.80, 3.00.
ea $2.60. 3.20.
no $9.20.
n Fan $7.20, 3.40, 2.80.
Fighter $12.20, 6.00.
Filing $5.60.
muble: $28.40.
Windsor $16.00, 8.40,
O $4.40, 4.80.
o $2.80.
o: $114.00.
il $13.60, 4.80, 4.40.
astor $2.80, 2.80.
Time $4.00.
a: $18.60.
a $7.20, 3.80.
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2.-Daniel $3.40.
1.-Mufti $5.20, 4.40, 2.20.
2.-Armador $4.80, 2.20.
3,-Onda Real $2.20.
1.-Devonshire Club $11.40, 4.20,
2.-Topocalma $3.00. 3.80.
3.-Tiger's Teeth $11.00.
Second Double: (Mufti-Devon-
shire Club) $40.80. (Mufti-Proud
Pearl) $7.40.
(Proud Pearl went lame in
1.-Sierra Velluda $9.20, 3.40, 2.20.
2.-Don Grau $2.40, 2.20.
3.-Alonsito $2.20.
Quiniela: $8.20.
1.-Alormina $7.60, 2.80, 2.60.
2.--ro Purito.$3.00, 2.60.
3.-Vucanizado $3.60.
One-Two: $19.j0.
1.-Kadir $4.80, 3.00.
2.-Barlyon $3.20.
1.-Nesscliffe $35.40, 9.20, 5.60.
2.-Lazy Brook $4.00, 3.20.
;.-Pugilist $2.40.


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JOSE EDWIN, the unorthodox ing room.
welterweight who fights out of Some two rounds later he
Colon, lost a unanimous 10- came to and returned to Plum-
round decision to Fed e rico mer's corner apparently much
Plummer last night at the Na- the worse for his unusual expe-
tlonal Gym, but he had a kayo rience.
to his credit just the same. He was not allowed to enter
Contradictory yes. But also the ring for the rest of the night.
very true. He stayed nearby, ranting and
raving and at times even crying
HERE'S how it all happened. hysterically.
Just before the bell rang for As soon ks the bout was over,
the finish of the fifth round, a remorseful, apologetic Edwin
Plummer connected a hard right sought out Shockness and ex-
to Edwin's chin. Edwin, some- plained that he had not meant
what groggy, galloped halfway to hurt him.
around the ring until he gath- Edwin said that on his way to
ered his beatings enough to head his corner he felt someone touch
for his corner. him from behind, and still un-
Edwin's seconds fell down on der the effects of Plummer's
the job, and failed to jump Into blow, he instinctively spuft a-
the ring fast enough to help round and swung, believing he
their erratic charge to the cor- was hitting at his opponent.
ner. Shockness, quieted by' then,
Perhaps they were just too took the explanation in good
surprised to see Jose go through spirit, shook hands and told Ed-
his strange sprinting antics, win to forget the whole thing.
MAYBE EDWIN has forgotten
Be that as it may, there was the incident. But this column
one man around who saw that has a sneaking suspicion that
Edwin. needed some help and poor Shockness has not been a-
bad-that man was Evelyn ble to do the same.
Shoclmess, Plummer's trainer. He is probably spending the
Not at all concerned with his day in bed nursing a bruised.
own boy, (Shockness evidently swollen and aching jaw and
has abounding confidence in his feeding on liquids or soft foods.
seconding staff's ability to carry
on in his absence) Shockness
bolted across the ring and Along rairw ay
caught up with the fast-step- AlOng The FairWays
ping Edwin as he was about to
reach his corner. Golfing oaniF roam Y Th
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derico Plummer lands a left to Jose
0-round bout at the National gym
by Plummer by unanimous verdict.
a fael Brathwaite TKO'ed Herbert
id round. The match was stopped
lie Third time in the frame. Below:
or of The Natlonj presents a trophy
look on. Last night's program was
Villiams' honor.

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The benevolent Shockness
(some know-it-alls insist he had
been drinking) put what he
probably thought was a.reassaur-
ing arm around Edwin's shoulder
from behind, but if that gesture
did anything to Edwin, It
brought him back to life.
The fighter, who had been
staggering only moments before,
turned around quickly, and
, A left, gloved hand eaught
'ils benefactor squarely on the
Jaw and down went Mr. Shock-
m-ess, out cold.
He lay flat oi his back while
half of- his staff rushed over to
Vm and doused him with cold
water and applied smelling salts.
The kayo victim, hoeve, however, was
in such bad shape that when the
bee sounded to start the sixth
Wrn, he still was completely
to the world.
IT TOO all of four lwarts
Slift his lifeless form from the
jBae square and into a dress-

Amador Ladles
The medal play tournament
With full handicap was played
last Thursday.
Winners were:
1st Bernice Davis with 65.
2nd Bobble Hughes with 6-7.
3rd Ethel Perantle with 68.
Betty Hayter won the golf ball
for low putts.
"Par substitution on your
worst hole on the front and back
nine" will be held Oct. 13 so
with two pars for those bad
holes and a three-quarter han-
dicap allowed there s old be
onme Int reSting scores,
Remember. Oct. 31 *the last
day for scoring On tW Rlner
The Ladles COlub Chmnlon-
ship Tournament s underway
with a fine 82. Matches to be
played are as follows:
ChIampleship Flight
Helen Schull va. BOerly Dilfer
Bobby Hughes vs. penny Dan-
Ethel Perantie vs. a Flish
Irene Robinson vs. Betty Hay-

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COLO- Thi city. with itS'
manyi-nterest and almost ndif-
ferent public, got together to
glye a Just welcome to three
young mnen who are al residents
of this city and who also have
dope so much for Panama that
they would forever hold a place
In Pahasn's sports history. This
city answered a call sent out by
the Municipal Council-and an-
swer they really did.
Thousands gathered et the ci-
ty Umiat one hour before start-
ing tihe for the parade which'
started at 6 p.m. The two-block
long parade inched its way
thugh a loud-shouting hand-
clapping throng that overflow-
ed into the way of the march-
Headed by the three honorees
who tWok turns carrying the
Panamauitan flag, the crowd
reached the Municipal building
at approximately 7 p.m. Ten
minutes later the anxious and
excited throng gathered in the
building started shouting for the
boys to appear from the Ianer
chamber.,.but it was exactly 18
minutes later when Council
president Miguel Tang was to
call order.
Hurriedly, the council went
through its regular business and
at 7:33 p.m., a single file forma-
tion headed by Colon's Mayor
Jose D. Bazan and Governor Jo-
se M. Gonzalez entered the hall
amid an ovation unequalled for
any such occasions. In a special-
ly prepared six-item program,
Councilman Ramon Mendez in-
troduction of Vibert Clarke,
Hector Lopez and Humberto
Robinson was punctuated eight
times with applause from the
The first to be called was Hec-
tor Lopez.... here Tang was
forced to pause by the loud ap-
plause, Following Lopez to the
rostroom was Vibert Clarke, ac-
companied by Councilmen Jorge
Gregoire and Barragan, then
Councilmen Gwendolyn Gren-
nion and McAllister brought
Robinson to the dais.
Following the presentation of
the scrolls,. Gil Garrido of the
Physical Education Department
of Panama gave the boys an in-
spiring talk. Lopez representing
the others then calmly strolled
to the front of the central table
and made it known to all pres-
ent.that "the interest of the
Panamanian tricolor was always
uppermost in our minds and so
gude or y action."

Panama Marlinour

Scheduled For November 5-3
All sports fishermen are in- and official scales wi be
vited to participate in the rendezvous area on dat)ia U ,
Fourth Annual Panama Marlin above.
Club Tournament. This is a Fuel and ice willbe avalipt
wonderful opportunity for t.e at Pias- Bay. Plde. makeou "
owners of some of the smaller reqervaofs for then 4it e B
boats In this area to go on an in advance of the' tougMat
extended trip as they will be date.
constantly accompanied by lar- ,Distribution of prie,- will be
er boats should an emergency a- as followar "
rise, and fuel, ctee,. food and oth- (Wfippie choice of tl 6y,
er assistance will be available.. tackle or miay)-
Largest marlin, 14per ept -of
Approximately 25 boats will prize money and t.rphy..
make the trip to Pias Bay for 2nd largest marIUn,.10 per.een
the tournament. Pifias Bay is of prize money.
approximately 130 miles from 3rd largest marlin, per co
Balboa and is one of the most of prize monet.
beautiful spots of all the Pana- 4th largest marlin, 7 per went
ma coastline. A doctor will ao- of prize money. "
company the tournament fleet 5th jaopeet marlin, .per. ent
and radio contact will be -,-ta of prize money.
trained between the boats, plas Largest striped maliUn, per
Bay and Balboa at all times, cent of prize money. .
(6th largest marlin tf -n
Entrance fee will be $15 per striped marlin are caught),
person and must be paid no lat- Mako shark, 4 per cent.of
er than 1 November. This fee prize mopey.
will be used to purchase prizes (7th largest marlin i no'M-a
and defray tournament expens- ko sharks are caught).
ea- 8th largest marlin, pr cet
of prize, money.
The contest will begin at 0800 Largest sailfish, I per enmt o
hours Saturday, 5 November and prize money and 4r p .
end at 1700 hours Sunday, 13 2nd largest. aUflsl, per cent
November 1955. of prize money. ;
3rd largest sallfloh,,4 per cent
ishins hours will be 0800 to of prize money.
1700 daily. Any fish hooked be- 4th largest sailfish. 3 per cent
fore 1700 will be eligible for of prize money:
competition regardless of time 5th largest sailfish, 2 per cent
landed. No fish hooked before of price money..
0600 or after 1700 will be eligible, Largest other specie, 3 per
except fish caught In the ren- ceit, of prize money.
dezvous anchorage. mnd,'argest other speade, pr
cetn of prize money.
All fish to be eligible-forentry 3rd largest other specie, I per
must be caught on rod and reel cent of prize money.
and must conform to Panama Largest dolphin, per cent of
Marlin Club fishing rules. All prize money.
fish other than marlin 1st prize 2nd largest dolphin 3 percent
sailfish and Jewfish must be ot prize money,
caught on 80 l b. test line (24 Heaviest flah caught by.&
thread or 15 cord) or below, woman but not Included In A
above priesS 3 per cent of
All entries must be weighed on money.
official scales provided by the Largest fish on 94thread, Ptar
tournament committee and will cent of prize money.
be judged as weighed. On Pll Largest fish onE--thread, 3 per
ties the prizes will be divided cent of prAie money.
according to the number of en- Largest fish on 3-thread, 4
tries tied. per cent of prise money.
A properlv.authenticated Pan- Service Team Prizes, Special
amsa Marlin Club competition PMC Trophies for: Larget Fish;
entry blapk and data sheet must Most Sailfish.
be oompleted'for each catch 4n- A supplemental list of pries
tered. These entry forms must donated by various .lubs and
be signed by the fleherman busess concerns wit be1. pb.
making thIe e n listed ata l$er d i

An additional .o1't wil be the beptd of
provided for dad1' tecort ofotournamentand at
raised and boated alfish and decision_ In rerd T.o eatBeie
marlin. ad priss. Any e0atlud a
rehed by them will-bte fanal.
No entry or Information forms -
will be accepted by the Tounrs For adqlitional mformatioa 8-
ment Committee after *0ee bout the tournament contact
hours (5:00 a n.) the following any of the following:
day except for the last day of Bam Field, PanCanal 1-21S7.
the tournament, and Teports for Ed -Kennerd, PanCanJ 2-4385.
that day will be submitted with- Lt. CoL Paul C. Davis, Ft.
in 48 hours, except under unuk- Kobbe, 2139.
sual circumstances to be deter- Dr. Rogello k. Arias .PanaCa
mined by the Board of Judges. na, 2-6376.
Robert C. Daniel, t1urundo,
The rendezvous areas will be 4198. .a
as follows: Lt. Col. J. R.,Burkhart, I6rt
Ccdos Point anchorage-St. El- Amador, 4225 or 2231.'
mo Bay 8Sa. 8 Nov John C. Sehmidt, Navy, *5-
Pifias Bay andhorage Sun. 3184.
through Fri. -11 Nov. Luis C. Morales, Panama, 21-
Cocoa Point anchorage, Sat. 12 3-1176.
Nov. Ted W. Schmidt, PanCanal,ds
Balboa Yacht Club, Sun. 13 3019.
Nov. Rusall C. Meissner, Pantail
The tournament committee 2-35M3.


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OV4tytinig vas copustio in thi, Me bedt of SHtll le worlds.
Whee Unele W ert Bablago, oedl w qtrk fcee TheU
tpB' rWhie Sa h_.ad tad in seva en rtMA ttemp
to EWA* *a, 'fdtflak*a, Wafter AM&* a.ra retteet, 9.9
memo .do ted=400e haoel twfelf ow bMg league .payg
eaer wasm reo ted to lea time at t, and then he
struck out ameecSeetw ^otil._
"as PsvjvhMk aewhas lato, bala -ohm 1Me
hao lu p~ eiSp1mayp=t a was sded.That
Was % k ,bift644 0% IS a nbwas 1@ima-I, MI 0 am es.off
iSagh Bampgt ws raisa *sss
VM 11 ahe Whin t eem,1 av was he sweM-
.tmt el o iedlt, in steak 1 ~ Wid I*NsN fta 9~, bmr
ettw UMared h Namats" streets, Bert Williams mwas no-
etmo. kv2 That Tree," at the Palace, and
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tAWdSf dgrttsit of Yi8ternoe and IS ttek face of the et
lpsedurbgadds ed s Md the wnnlaehiB 4411 21o t4m Bah re"-
JAdM of fit#. f -.I
In hert, Un t roINta ty" d It the bdnt eway.Theybec
1Uflltf o9t"42t hbter tof drethe AM twoan dw t ilwL Tha
% u ft toe MW r kea 1h dtte1k neoskeews in the sixth
1,ot too lu had e eri let" d o _a M-e b-k to lenk
the 'ltnuidn ast1rt t il t hem ianwldp. T
*wo thoe firs oyn t t r irate whv I he t latest
in thae tapdskl.s They won despte the s t their formidable
zght-hnded power iis stopped k aoste old by Yankee left-
handerc. In the final anaals, they won because ot the stalwart
piwblh of johnny Podres, who first maw the Ibt of a change
u^in terbqeaN. Y.
Rot too much had been expected of te 3-year-old left-
hander. M"atun'ddn't start him until the UUrd game. Then he
became the first Browoklyn pitcher to go all uthe way. He also be-
casMe the tMealM'l main hope it the erie srtWha out to its full
'"soth of seven.
Thu$ Brouklyn'si desany hung a the balance a he tlep
on the Wn to liae he Yanke who hMimlw in theoart th
always found a way to beat them. Pfodtra not afly eat them
but shut then out o band the an teirfirst rft defftt sncem
142,S and tha rt since Cw y auo4oe statM hme unbroken
rma in 1949.
NO I ste-place- was hts perfomanet aut in the clutehea he
Was magnificent, poised, implacabb. adroit .OWy one right-
hander ht him for an extra base. Whea ked Man t logeamineg
off the bench to pinht hit, he got himn aon p lyton hOrt. And
In .* eaIhth, with the always dangerous Tol swnYra epresent-
sn# the potential winning run, he got htWin on a flyt to right In
tae m 'silnsemat situBtion.
I. MrN he needed heh a lM dsand it eaw o to him lntso mely
oeetcalar faUmt, a pivetWa Meuble play that was lkely
ths turning -point and without question the mest brillant and
dramstle defeaoive exploit in the entire Series.
Thsla.travio-the sixth withthe Brooklyne leading, 2-4. Billy
Martin walked en four straight and Goil McDougald best out a
bunt down the third base line. Berra cracked a long screaming
umash to the left-fleM corner, Bandy Amoron, playing eoser to
center tahs left for the left-handed hitter, fratically *et out
for It.
So far away was the lttle Cuban when Berra swung, It didn't
seem sible be oeuld- get to the baU In Um to make a atesh,
OWenI! e tod a taxi at hus isim .

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4ay. 2%WM%=. tW" heeled bap threw a strike to Ol
B6dges.and McDo ,a dohbpd before he could uram *e
bask. .That wasall #&e elp Podres neededF .rom then on he

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NEW YORK, Oct. 10-(UP)-
Michigan vaulted its first hurdle
in its four-point plan for the
1955 college football season dur-
ing the weekend, while Notre
Dame, Oklahoma, Duke and Na-
vy .also indicated they are ready
to challenge Maryland for the
national championship.
The Wolverines, beaten by Ar-
my in five previous games ex-
tending back to 1945, finally
caught up with the Cadets Sat-
urday b roaring to a 28-2 vic-
_tor W4oe~re O thrilled tons

ew al eaeh Benatnie Ooster-
am would like is (2) the Big
fe championship, (3) the
natnal title and (4) another
victory in the Rose BowL
And although that may sound
like a mighty big order, a re-
view of the Army debacle should
convince most experts that
Michigan definitely is on the
march again and probably head-
ed toward its first undefeated
season since 194L
Halfback Terry Barr, who had
gained only 13 yards in Michi-
gan's first two victories this
year, stunned Army with two
first half touchdowns and the
Cadets never recovered. Barr
plunged one foot for the Wol-
verines first score In the npen-
Ing period and ambled 82 yards
with a punt return for his sec-
ond touchdown.
Army, meanwhile, was a pic-
ture of frustration. The Cadets
lost the ball eight times on tum-
bles-five by halfback Pat Uebel
-and completed. only one of 10
passes. On the ground, Army's
vaunted ball carriers totaled on-
ly 69 yards against Michigan's
front wall.
Keeping pace with the Wol-
verines, Oklahoma stretched its
winning streak through 22
games by whipping Texas, 20-0;
Duke breezed to a 47-7 victory
over William and Mary, Navy
blanked Pittsburgh. 20-0, for its
third straight shutout of the
season, and Notre Dame match-
ed the Middles' record by down-
ing Miami, 14-0, in a Friday
night game.
Halfback Tommy McDonald
cored twice in leading the
Sooners to their shutout victory
over Texas, and Bernie Blaney's
two touchdowns helped Duke rip
William and Mary. The Middles
held Pittsburgh to four first
downs, 59 yards rushing and,
none passing In the weekend's,
greatest defensive show, while
Paul HornunR's two touchdown
passes carried the Irish to their
triumph at Miami.
Top-ranked M Irland. mean-
witle, steamed 75 yards with
the opening kekoff for a
tonebdown and then went oa
to pound out a business-Uke
28-7 triumph over Wake For-
ar.. Nd Vereb tallied twice for
te Terravnl. while quarter-
bnek Frank Tam-breoe nieak-
ed aroS for one sore nd set
n another.
Amotase the other highly-rated
teams. Texas Christian ealloped
to a 31-0 victory over Alabama
ft Jim Swink handled all the
saoring: Georgia Tech, dqed
Lau., 7-0. on a 4-yard pass
Uifttrom TomrVan to O eore
Vdfert; a touchdown by char-
ier Tbows and a fld coal by
Pod awalko = 'e n
ta M-0 tiumoh over Purdie,
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Michigan Vaults First Hurdle

Of Four-Point Plan For 1955

Cleveland Browns Share

Lead In National Football

League's Eastern Division

Brown said. "We are starting
this year the way we finished in.
1954 with Otto lgbng around end
and through the line on draw
pla%. Otto's in good shape-now."
The Eagles are considered the
touglet bbseae in Cleveland's
path to a sixth straight Eastern
Division crown. Brown said it
was just another step In the
right direction but Graham
said, "A win over them means a
"No comment," said coach Jim
Trimble, whose Eagles lost the
key game of the 1954 EasterS
race to the Browns I-& A crowd
of 43,974 watched Sunday's con-
test at Cleveland.
Sunday's biggest erowd-54,-
83--watched Norm Van Brock-
lin throw an 11-yard scorIng
pas to end ob Boyd and com-
plete a ._-yarder to Elroy (Cra-
my Lego) Wrasch to lot up Dealon
Dan Towler's scoring plunge as
the Rams handed the Lions their
third straight defeat at Detroit.
Bid Gilmbnan, Rams coach, seld
rookie halfback Rop Waller' of
Maryland and defensive play
backed Van Brocklin's passing.

NEW YORK, Oct. -30-(UP4--
The Cleveland Brows Own a
share of ftint placeIn e topsy-
turvy National 7oetI Le.guQ
race in which'predetiMo haves
stood up just once la the f st
18 RameO..
True. the Brownies the de-
tending league ampos ,!-
share the eastern Division had
with the Washington Redskilxns,
the Chicago Card is and the
Pittsburgh Steetibr.
But Cleveland's appearance it"
first place hsla-thd first "normal"
sight in the standings in thel
first three weeks of play. The
"have-nots" have been havigt a
gay time battering the lubs
which dominated the last few
Five more upsets this weekend
left the surprising SaltimaneI
Colts and Los AngelRams tied
for the Western Divilsion lead
with the only perfect records, 3-1
0. Baltimore upset the Green
Bay Packers Saturday night, 34-1
20, and Los Angeles whipped the
Detroit Lions, defending West-:
ern Division champions, 17-10, in1
one of five Sunday games.
The four-way flat place tie
la the Eastero race was pro-
duced when the Cardinals
handed Washingtona its first
defeat, 24-18; the Steelers
downed the New Y6rk Glants,
30-23; and the lrowns rallied
to edge the Philadelphia Ea-
gles, X1-17.
The Ban Francisco Forty-Nln-
ers (1-3) nipped the Chicago
Bears (0-3) in the other West-
ern Division game, 20-19.
The Packers, Vons, .3ea rs,
Redskins and Giants all los-
ers were the favorites. The
odds didn't hold up in the other
game either because the Brownfs
were favored by 4% and won by
Philadelphia's opening game
triumph over New York was theI
only one played so far in whichJ
the odds held utp. I
Philadelphia couldn't gain a-I
lainxt rl iveland' d fdnfenive tinit

"Waller Is a fast and smart -
runner. He kept the Lions guess- There are more than.40. .
ing all afternoon," Gillman s-id. Chri tians In Israel, ieFred by
"Our defensive line deserves a about 1,000 religious functionaries.
lot of credit. The Llons complet- Christians in th littlee country 'h
ed a lot of passes but they were more than 160 places of Wtorshalu-
those 10-yarders. You can't do pl.s about 30 religious schools.
much to sto those-not unless --
they let you Use an extra back" ""''. I' I-'-" "'"

TODAY! .75 4
936 4;e - *:4 ... pn. .

A record Milwaukee football
erowl of 31,M6 watched reoite
George shaw complete an 11-
yard seOale f s to Buddy
.Tef amd a --yardf to Jim
Mutwehelle as saltimere
duped Green Bay (I*-S late
eeond place in the Watern
1 o.
The defensive unit set up t"W
Cardinals' three touchdowns be-
fore 26337 at Washington. La-
mar McHan threw as eight-yard
to pass to GOern Nagler and
plunged for another while full-
back Mal Hammack qot the
other Cardinal touchdown. .

Riced knocked off previously-un-
beaten Clemson, 21-7; Baylor
turned back Arkansas, 25-20;
Mississippi rolled to a 13-b vic-
tory over Vanderbilt; Bob
Whiltehead's two touchdowns
helped Kansas state &mother
Marquette, 42-0, and Jimmy
Brown scored twice as Syracuse
downed Boston University, 27-
Other standout Individual
Denie (The Menace) McGlU
,sred foir tooehdowns as
yakt elbttexed Colum ba, --

a 20-7 upset over Harvard;
,fourth-stringer Tommy Mor-
ris plunged ever for the only

score as Princeton edged Penn
7-0: Bill Donlan's two touch-
downs helped Bston College
whip Vllianova, 28-14.
Vic (Jack) Rabbit's two touch-
downs, including a 99-yard punt
return, fired West Virginia to a
47-12 victory over V.M.I.; Dick
Young tossed two payoff passes
to Jimmy Orr as Georgia man-
handled North Carolina, 28-7:
Don Dobrino scored twice as Io-
wa licked Indiana, 20-6; Howard
(Hopalong) Cassady's two touch-
down* sa" ed nhilmtate ted.W

^wjsaIi~ LeVi j~u Uc-***aGJSiVa un.11 0
but turned fumbles by the of- Jim Finks, Pittsburgh quar-
fensive team into two touch- terback who frequently is booed
downs and led 17-14 with four by home fans, threw two sebr-
minutes to play. Then two of ing passes scored a n o t h er
coach Paul Brown's 10-vear vat- touchdown himself and set up a
erans---33-year-old Otto Ora- fourth to lead the Steelers to
ham and 32-year-old Dante La-. victory over New York before
vellS-led the Brownies 87 yards 29,422 at Forbes Field.
to victory.
Graham, who eeanme out of Quarterback T. A. Tittle led
, N wrsB a _to its first 1935
iy Ibrfti two^^
-ww--w-- I go.A er0wd oft 6AM
IST Ls e etched George 1landa Af the
'ot was Oraham'sr Stobla Jears kick his 110th straight ex-
that made the' difference ra polint-a new league record.


Between Innings, at thispoint, a Brooklyn partisan with an
unerring Iihtinc.t for the epchal hurdled the raU in left and
raced to enterl' field for Duke anider's autograph. In his mind
not the alightest doubt remained but that his heroes had it made.
One run, as it turned out, wsa all the Srooklyns needed, but
when'they added another they handcuffed tengel, and dis-
armed him of the vital acrifles. Otherwise the Yankees prob-
ably would have tied it in the eighth, which Phil Rizzuto opened
with a asgle.
Now,' .wr runs behhd and time rusanW out, Martin had tI
swjng a" was out n a fly t right, s. Mebougald's following
ilgle on& a 3-2 pied was merey idecoratve.
"' Whether~ Stexiel could have prevented the tieing run pro-
vided a meaty morsel for seeend guesers. The Brooklysn had
Wled the 'bses Jn the sixth en a hit, an error and intentional
a. Here Tommy Byrne was.replaced by Bob Grim, a right-
hand,e ptich to the right-handed Heodges as the Infield moved
back fotr a possible double plsy wikah weald end fe inning.
A lesf fly, of cese, would mean a run. What Stengel didn't
seem o know was that Hedgs ots more seatflees flis than
anybody else in the Nation League, and in a lew seconds he
was to add still another to his long ist and rack up his second
BBI in the game.
There Isi no hindsight in the conclusion that Stengel should
not have lifted Byrne, the veteran's control was good, he had
yielded only three hits. and what was most Important of all, he
was making the hitters keep the ball oa the ground... and that
was Just the kind of hitting Stengel had to have at that par-
ticular moment.
Admittedly, Hodges had singled the last time up. but it was
the first ht he h fot off Byrne In. two games. Besides. Byrne,
the seas es cam igner, knew the score and there was scant
chance that he would blow. Orim was lucky to escape with minor
injuries, as he followed the run scoring fly ball with a base on
balls t a uded a wild pitch.
Oh. -, as the Yankees always say: "Walt. till next year."

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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.


ht-Wing French Settlers Storike

Protest Liberal Morocco Policy

.Cyprus Is an ever-growin"
aeblem because of Greek and RABAT. Morocco, Oct. 10 darmes fired into a club-swinging General Assembly vote to de- before it started by picking up
Turkish feelings that the stra- (UP) Right-wing French set. mob that charged through the bate the Algerian revolt. 700 Algeriaun as they t off
tegle island belongs to them. tiers who strongly oppose any northern steel towr of Doual. The French consider Algeria a buses and subway tr near
and British determination to re- measure of self government for Algerian rioters also battled po. constitutional part of France-not *their meetlan place.
ta'n control the natives called a 24 h ou r lice in the industrial city of Lille a protectorate like Morocco. Rebel forces in North Africa are
31 Britain's decision to begin strike today to protest Premier and the steel center of Sa'int Truckloads of gendarmes were pending down more than 400,000
reduction of her army by 100.- Edgar Fanre's liberal policy to- Etienne, where demonstrators rushed to Douai when the A I g e- Fernch troops and security police,
0')V men ward Morocco. slit the throat of a city policeman. rian mob fought off a detachment 140,000 of them in Algeria alone.
. The ministers also are to study The die-hard colonists who have Other thousands of demonstrat- of city police. rench military an police asu
the effect of atomic and other organized the "Presence F r a n- ors swarmed through the street# The gendarmes the French e- thoritles have warned that France
Pew super-weapons on the NA- caise and claim to represent 400,- of Paris, Metz, Thionville, Lyod equivalent of state police were is being stripped of the mennee*d-
TO defense set up 000 settlers issued pamphlets in and Longwy, carrying banners greeted by a fierce barrage of ed to deal with disorders Ia ae
'Tht first two problems prob- every important city of Morocco reading "Free Algeria and "In- bricks and paving stones, those that broke out today.
ablvy resent the greatest dlf i- urging the crippling strike be- dependence." Reinforcing gendarmes then
ru'ltes to the defense ministers cause ": our life and your jobs are moved in with tear gas guns but | A 0
It is estimated that half of at stake." In Paris alone, 700 demonstrat- the mob fell on them with sticks $4460ai Bid
F.'ahce's. tandiln armv of 800.- The pamphlets were addressed ors were arrested. Hundreds of and native Arab clubs.
000 men onw is occupied against to "civil servants, bankers, indus- others were rounded up in the A I P( Launches
guerrilla warfare In North Afri- trialists. merchants, colinies ar- big provincial cities. The gendarmed opened fire with .On 4 PC Launches
ca. tisans, teachers and workemn." The new disorders came only carbines and the mob scattered,
The strike coincided with step- a week after Faure pulled the leaving its dead and wounded. products Nacionale- was app-
STped-up efforts by 10,000 French French delegation from the U- In Paris, forewarned police parent high bidder o four ofc
h Tribule troops pinned down in northern united Nations in anger over a stropped a mass demonstration he. x e r floating fequip-
Morocco to clear rebel tribes- tent Offersd for Sale b the
To Churchill- men out of the Riff mountains Pr er aure a s C showdown 'y d a
TO Churchill where they have battled for a for which were opened recently
week to put down a revolt. Premier Plans For ow own in the office of the iuperinten-
i' The strike was specifically toi dent of Storthouses in Balboa.
'A Civilized Man' protest the vote of confidence giv- i O 1ther high bidders, among the
NEW YORK. Oct. 10 (UP) Faure for his handling of Moroc- mentTroublesome North Af can i were Omar eusntana anqi
El ar statesman Bernard Baruch co. Faure hopes to set up a three- 'I Luls Eduardo Barrersa
paid tribute to his old friend Win- man regency: council., that would LuThe hihea t offer received by
stin ChUrehill today as "that rar- have nationalist representation. PARIS, Oct. 10 (UP)-Premier to replace Sultan Mohammed Ben the Panamhighest Canal Company wareceived by
est of persons- a civilized man." Edar re clled in his new Moulay Arafa, who was persuad-211. the a entered byCanal Brrers company waor
%iruc" praised Churchill in the The Presenc" F1rancaise warned Edgar I aure called in his new Moulay Arafa, whow$2121.21 entered by Barrera for
Sprained Churchill in the Th Presenc ancaise warne defense minister to hear a first ed to "retire" to Tangier. holdatbareU No
principal address at the 14th an- its followers not to demonstrate a- hand account of the Moroccan re- The establshedment of a throne the old silt barge U.. No. 20.
nual awards dinner of Freedom against military or police forces The second highest was $211.-
nual awChurchillis theof F reedom against military scored pola vic orce billion before today's crucial cab- council is the cornerstone of the87 received from Productos Na-
House. Churchill is the first non- rda whe group scored a v ictory Sit- et meeting. government's peace policy for clonales for the 30-foot police
American to receive the nation of Francois P a n a fth e u. resig The cabinet meeting will lay Morocco, and resulted from talks launch Outchiche"
Because e tll is recovering Faure ersoal representative plans for Faure's secondshow- with the Moroccan nationalist at uc t N onale also bid
o.Because he etflli Brech s Raatu tt r son a t tacked on do.,w, in the National Assembly on Aix-les-Bains last August. t os Na lelsi d
fiom a recent fall Baruch was Rabat, but it was attacked today troublesome Noith Africa, De Latour, however, press r e d 187.87 on the old police launch
able attend te banquet. by variousMoroccan politecal Faure mmoned Gen. Pierra by the French ri -w eters Osprey;" 377. orthe4-foot
David Sar chairman the The Popular Republican, t h eBillotte to the Hotel Matignon to movement, has stalled ver e boat a lnule, formerly o -
b iard of hRCA. Radical Republican, the Radical hear what action would be ex- composition of the council., ed by the Health Smreau; and
a otocialists and the Socialist parties pseted In Morocep from France's There already are National ist o$177.87 :or the oWomer M rtco-
''For almost40 years now I Socialists and the Socs '-G ral and traditlm mbero and
ha vben privileged. to k n o w issued a joint resolution protest Pl Latour ated, and the t le has. bl -
Wbto* Chuchill- not only in ing 'the "scadalous manifests-. "ued terday from over' a third 'neutral" miMi kr ig"
f of high endeavor but also tion" against Panafier. It noted -rit. rns yor" Infbormed sources uid today raon I
as a tender, understanding hu- that all demonstrations by native 24-hour tensibly through review that after hearing Bctod Y uchwasentered
pan being," Baruch said. Moroccans were forbidden co. The situation, as acttensibly to see count of the situation Bit Rabatt by Omar QuintU'a.
"In those 40 years, he has ris- The battle of the Riff mountains the si DeLatoun, was oinactually to Fae wo uld arof wit the cabit b------ a -rna
en to the pinnacle of fame and boiled down to an effort by the ether vernmen Latou was told ing et to ur e would e with the a bi-
a-'evment. The way was nokennervists troopsrm Franceto clean outor to continue going his own way. it to set up the council, and i f
eHi knew defeat and rejection. rebels from a triane le bounded by t Faure'scnsiderable success he fae recallhimrre
"Never did I know him to falt- Boured, Aknoul a Tizi Ouzli. the National Assembly d e b a t Faure would reca im For A. eauc m p
er, waver or despair. Adversity which. ended yesterday mornings
r waverought outthe best in him. His Meanwhlle police opened fire with a vote of 477 to 140 support- The sources said that the time
i"rt eloquent words, his most in- on rioting Algerian Nationalists ing the government policy in Mo. limit would be about three daya. TomorwAfaernoon
firing thoughts, his most endur- who stormed through the streets rocco, was to some extent depend- The cabinet, after reaching itsb IIIIwVhl
ing thoughteds were wrought n times of French cities in concerted ent on the fact that Faure told decision over this point of the Funeral services for A. N.
trial. demonstrations demanding Inde- the deputies he would brook no Moroccan crisis, will also have Beauchamp, of Balboa Heights,
"ew men have been tested as pendence for their North A fr I further disobedience from any of- to map out its strategy on the Al who died early Friday morning.
''.tnn Churchi has been. No can homeland Ificials. ripn situation for the debate I will be held at 4:30 tomorrow if-
Shs passed the test of great- At least two persons were kill-: The premier has Instructed De the Assembly due to open tomor- ternoon at the Balbo Heights
Sss as gloriously as he has." ed and several wounded when gen- Latour to set Up a throne council I row. First Baptist Church. The serv-
- ..l ..e.e... ..... .... ... ... .. .. ...es will be conducted by the
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S(NEA Telephoto
',MARK OF VIOLI.NCE--A group of strikers Is shown through
a bullet hole fr "finride the strike-toin Perfect Circle Corp.
New Castle. Ind. Nine persons were wounded during a gun
bottle outside the plant.



(NEA Telephoto)
RIOTERS FIRE HOUSE-A crowd of curiosity seekers, Includ-
ing some CIO-UAW strikers watches fire destroy an unoccupi-
ed house used as saielter for police on duty at the strike-bound
Perfect Circle Corp., New Castle, Ind. The blaze was started
after a gun battle between strikers and non-strikers.

Before his strike i
I)Il, e*one re.
turned from a ho t
with 0 hesar skins
1 es a thee I.t

jwimm( im". rnlmIn
ORwhn wbe becae I
in dsie borsehbscI
ied three dAys tels

; r.

Rev. william H. Beee, pastor.
Pallbearers will be Edward M.
Browder, Jr., 0. E. Cooper, Hen-
ry L. Donovan. Herbert Knapp,
Roy D. Reece, and Elmer tkev-
ens. The family has requested
that no flowers be sent.
Mr. Beauchamp was born in
Morencl. Arizona, and had been
employed in the Canal organi-
zation for the past 26 years. He
was employed as allpervisory
mechanical engineer in the En-
gineerlnr Division for the past
several years.
He was stricken suddenly ill
early Friday morning and was
taken to Goreas Hospital where
he died shortly after arrival.
Mr. Beauchamp Is survived by
his wife, the former Netta K.
Hearn, member of a well kpown
Canal Zone family. Her father
and mother, Mr. and Mrs. John
Hearn. both retired Canal em-
ployes. arrived on the Isthmus
Sunday morning from their
home in Meridian. Miss. They
we r e accompanied by their
daughter. Miss Lucille Hearn.
assistant chief nurse at -GOrgs
Hospital. wh6 had Just arrived
In the States on vacation when
news of Mr. Beauchaunp's sud-
den death was received.
In addition to his wife. Mr.
Beauchamp is survived by his
father. J. C. Beauchamp, who
lives In the Zone: a brother.
Leslie A. Beapchamp. of Balboa:
and a sister. Mrs. Nellie Mae
Pence, of El Paso, Tex.

By Russ Winterbotham and Ralph Lane

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end Rtebecae bme
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Kentucky, add
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Delayed; 97 Others Reach G

As British Lab(

LONDON, Oct. 1; (UP) Brit-
ish Socialists opened their nation-
al convention today with a charge
that ConservaLvie Prime Minister
Anthony Eden and his number-two
cabinet minister had split over ec-
onomic policy.
The Labor Party, seeking to re-
pair several splits of Its own, de-
clared in its official newspaper
that Eden's chancellor of the ex-
chequer, R.A. Butler, "bas been
defeated inside the cabinet" and
"wants to give up his job."
The Labor Palty's oMifial or-
gan, thi Daily Herald, aid But-
ler was outvoted in the cabinet
"on a major part of t is tr"ea
ry policy' aimed at~t. atamIng

or Party Chief
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up steadily to take over Socialist
leadership. -
Dr. Edith Summerskill, outgo-
ing party chairman, gave a key-
note a ress that was largely a
eulogy to Attlee.
T aloa a AtUas' .o wn
vagpue ecl 4ttf b'tt'JAe If rea-
dnto retire "wh the_ party
wants i" strogtheaidl; If he
may at last be-e the way out.
Dr. Summer msantimed Att-
lee's recent Atlm prataed his
selflesss mam .nd *dp U
regrt athe t#e Ofrat stram, he
had been undI mi"
Attlee. T&2.' a .Ml
stroke this su .ler before
the last elaetiar n s j

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PARIS, Oct. 10 (UP) De-
fen! e ministers of the 15 NATO
nations met today to confront'
Internal problems threatening
the structure of the Western al-i
Cen. Alfred M. G:-uenther. su- ,
preme commander of the North1
Atlantic Treaty Organization. 31st YEAR
made the opening speech to the
closed meeting.
Three main questions face the
- ministers:-
i PFriction between Greece
and Turkey and Gieece and
Britain over the British colony
of Cyprus in the eastern Medl-
2) France's .withdrawal of
front line troops from Germany
to fight rebellions in Morocco U E
a.-l Algeria.

i BtN, O ( ft)- folf
RHi '. rmer valet said yeater-
day'ae personally assist 6ed in
cremating the bodies of the Nazi
dictator and his bride, Eva Braun.
"I saw Hitler lying dead, with
a bullet in his head, alongside his
bride of a few flours, Eva Braun,
who had taken po is on," Maj.
Hans Linge told newsmen here.
"I helped to carry their bodies
into the cou'-tyard, pour gasoline
on them ano set it afire."
Linge said also he witnessed
the deatjb of Hitler's deputy, Mar-
tin BornAmann the only major Nazi
war criminal who was not ac-
counted for after World War II.
"I saw Bormann get into a Tig-
er tank he said. "A few minut-
es later;it was hit by an anti-
tank shell. The tank burst into
flames and burned completely.
"No one got out of it. Everyone
in it was killed. Bormann a s
The former valet confirmed the
story, long ago accepted as au-
thentic by most of the world, that
Hitler and Fra,'lein Braun died in
the dictator's air-raid shelter in
beleaguered Berlin on Apirl 30,
Linge, the only known survivor
among a handful of witnesses to
Hitler's death, was taken prison-
er by the Russians a little later.
He was-one of 22 Germans freed
here after 10 years in Soviet
slave caps.
Luftwaffe Gen. Hans Baur, for-
mer pritte pilot for Hitler who
was released Saturday night, said
he was sUre that Fushrer bad kill-

edUw .bt tht v .m a
o his .
see hbl oy. .-;
Linge said that, -. inhtIlh 0V
April 29 it was obvious there
was no hope of escape.
Rusatan shells were battering
the tains of Berlin, and tahks
spearheading the Red adv ance
had reached Postsdam square, a
few yards from 'Hitler's bomb-
proof bunker.
Early that evening, Hitler mar-
ried Eva Braun in a small con-
ference room in the bunker.
After a rather dismal wedding
feast, they retired to the dictat-
or's private suite at about 2:30
a.m. on the 30th.
Hitler already had ordered his
staff to get hold of en '. gaso-
line to burn his body andthat o
his bride. -
Linge waited'in the corridor
outside the suite ..
When he hear a ot,,he rush-
ed in and found Miler dead, .with
Eva beside hOi. t- threw a
blanket over .lUer'a body and
tried to lift It,- but Ouldm not.
He called in -the uffUr, and
together they c arf 'the bodies
upstairs and lnto a-gatden 'Jbst
outside an emergney exit from
the bunker., ,
There they drenched the bodies
with gasoline and set- them afire.

5:43 .a.m.
12:05 p.m. 444 p.a.

waitn tao e t'iem C.0 s
A few hours later, another i
returnees arrived w4t3Ou w a r
ing. They had to wait here W
officials phoned to find busses f
Another group of 22 ex-priosaner
arrived by rail in West Berlin.
These were members of a group
of 350 prisoners who screame pro-
tests at Communist officials in
Fuerstenwald Saturday ni g h t
when they were told they would
havv to remain. in Soviet Germap
ny because their families onue
lived there.
They said the Reds yiblded to-
day to their demends tbhat
they be allowed to settle in West
Red Cross girls circulated
through the buses with' coffee for
the returnees, many of whom
seemed unable to speak. They sat,
shocked and staring, while silent
tears poured down their cheeks.
In EsachWege, halfway, point On
the 50-mile drive from Hlrles-
hausen to Camp Friedland, t b a
buses stopped to let the hungry
men swarm in to restaurants
where everything was "on tbh6
In every other town and villa
along 'the route, streets .wG r
crowded with cheering Germ
who wanted to.shak the ha I
and pat the baclk of the returtm
ing prisoners.
. Most of those who returned wen
miita7 men captured during.
WorlddWar 11, but some wereev*-
'lians seized since the war. There
werbt dvn a few teenage boy
The ex-prisoners included a.
raid von ohlen, a member of tM
family taht owns the Krupp I du-
trial empire.,' an,'I .V.
ct. Returnees said eroup alao
an onieer who neee was Der
rer's aide, but,.their .ames co-em

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NATO Ministers

Meet To Consider

Internal Problems

RU DLAND, OGermany, Oct 10 7 men .were the l re leroup re- German sodider f at ot
(UP) Communist East Germa- ferred to ialW by nBut Ger each have a.frou
0 today turned over to the West man w sor sauthorires. since tI.-
,wrma prison. repatriated however alr-uality, the 9. were The total r oeth ae west
b 15as to its G eran sattalite the e .co p of prisoners tofar I 1,180 men.-
but an expected large shipment of arrive in Germany from the Com- Another 9 were expected
M r lisoran has been delayed, munist repatriation.camp at Fuer- ly, tod any d may .t arrive.
The 600, supposed to be the sc- te-wald. Some 60 mnw *chedul- All of hemen.,
old 1g turn over of priaoqers ad to 8o to B0nt and east Gwr- the West by the ha
snce repatriation started, were many prriv'eIthere last Saturday. been scheduled f-W
delayed for unexplained reasons. So -far, four groups of generals East Germany bena.r
There was speculation that the and two large consignments of mer residences lie in wiha
Sthe east zome,
i . Bt they raised wbllent, r'
tests at Fueesteaw i a
near-erot threated when Co *
*aRist efidale s -them to
tihtaku the East GetAso reglb
Sfor e r re lease and to 0oin I-
S bpldliugthe m| w workers siad
peasants sta e.
Ater the distubdnce, the.
muanst Poolea .ol sealed
Tuerstenw al, ld clubbed ael
curious East Gt ais who
to tlk withthhe tfisonrs. eNe
turning .f the Wetops Fuesra .
wald said the East Germian-. -
lals treated threm aIbe C'ml.
Yesterday some 80 German sol
diers and civilians ermamed iate
cattle cars r attlid through the I.
ron Curtainsto freedom at er
lephsusep dirty, nkept and heal-
Sstarved after days witout food or
The harsh Communist treatment
of enlisted men and low-rankhng
ptocers freed af4r years ir So-
sharply with the *e luxixe m-
thodations given the 0 Nai geen
erals who returned here last.week,
The men who passed through
Herleahausen were the first siza
ble group to return to freedom
since Russia speed to release
some 10000 Germans held prison.
er sioce World War Ms
The returnees wore rumpled
rty Soviet work clothes. poAGte
sweaters a n d ttterd German
(NEA Radio-Telephoto) army caps. They had been unable
FREED BY REDS---8egfried Heanriel la greeted with, flowers, to wash or shave sincattle cathey weres8
and drinks on his arrival !n Herleshausen, Germany, -from erdeays ago, and the cattle cars 8no fod for
Russia. Henrlc, commander of Hitler's 40th Panzer Corps, was two days.
one of the four fuil generals released after a decade In the Communist. offlals In oneo.
SovaMt Union aq prisoners:of wiar. viet hold German town reu s eo
--.- viet held German town refutede*
-veif to give the men drinking wa*
"We. were treated like erlu
Hitler's Valet Confirms .,.IR-
The sperals, however. travel
rt class They-rrfve eee an
Gasoline-cremation: Story i"c
el.-d, inU ke cal swt
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