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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]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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BU0ENOS AIRES. Argentinao
Oct. 13 (Or).-A o1060='ol
election of I,0'ya h posaibly
*r M~h s *7 was lef
he by ous enIne die.
tator Jui D. Per it was te
timted -today.
GovernmenI t e0 ci mo res
tnigl.ht 000fi0I0 gra ..
of Wiarte a and AnUe
treasure rw acmMuAme oy
Meron dw 1 1.10-earw de-
tatorsmaga.
The "0 t watched gov-
entinventory th
conteaat qf Perp' afes in the
tand-tw.

The Jewelry alone estim-
ated to be worth U36O860 to
XSarli It was reported that
the Overnment recovered more
than p29.0,000. 'In gold and
currency.
Unito t ates a Argentne
Me*hile. from Asuncion.
Paraga. It was reported that
Peron whl be Packed off toM n-
ternment In the Interior of Par-
agua y within the net 24 hous.
well-inforned soucs nhere mid
today.
The mgrag M government,
In respom toe Le re on t fr
Argentina. l oMterd Urdered











tial atlne s"
Peron tered t ari a. a-
bout 7 miles from here.
Peron has been 1vim mIn As-
uncin. acronU t P rguay
River fomi Argentina. since his
arrival In eaile. Ot.2.
Parmufts V ofttloals fua-
gates that f fPerm demurs
to the trafWe he d the op-
tipon to leave Pa S for u-
rope. Vwbly Sterlad or

Perim expelled to "any cotn-
try! sou tOP' Wa0tiftUt" for
violating the fOri of thi Latin
-Amerlwif eofnre =n poll-
tical asylum.
The charge was %sea on an
Interview gn a VUnited Pre".
correspondent by Peron n which
he bs~sted be wV still the
R WOOt ttonal wesdeft" of Ar-
Wenalna.

oft Rr om busbaw to doefde
~dult she did wth a ,'U a u
to ShAM jfme had Petgl p0.
HUNi nzfamLum..


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Chinese Reject


Queries On GIs


Lost. In Korea


WVA, Oct 13 (UP) -
nlist China smed today It
endless" to hope that any
e American servicemen
e Korean war are still
S.China and berated the
States for Injecting their
o the Geneva sino-Amer-


Simultaneously the United
states charged that Red China
Is offering to free Amercan el-
vl s who in reality are Ko-
rean turncoats who did not want
to return home.
Red- China's commentary was
delivered in a Peiping broadcast
that said the question of miss-
ing Korean servicemen had al-
ready been answered in Korea
and that their fate was brought
up here "to create tendon be-
tween the two countries."
The United States bared de-
tails oq the latest Red freedom
offer through a spokesman here,
the site of the Sino-American
ambassadorial talks.
New China News Agency,
oacasting the authoritative
ipIn = e daly ,commen-
Itay. a imeamasdor U. Al-


elhlng Ib Pdecs
NEW YORK, OCt. 18-(UP)-
Farmer President Truman said
today the American Leg ion
should have stayed out of poli-
tics gnd doesn'tt know what its
talking about" In condemning
SNECO.


a. which by ;'"I'm the only ex-President
Peron. who is a Legionnaire, you know,
friends abro we winl tackle and I'm sorry to see the boys
friend sab ie will takle et themselves into politics as
the economic reeaostrueIn 9 of theY have no business doing,"
our despoiled countryy,* Z he told reporters
*rote. Mr. Truman made the com-
ments as he strolled around
"Most of all, we men. to re- midtown New York on his cus-
surrect those trdtfial qaiu- tomary early morning walk. He
ties of the Argentipe character is staying at the Waldorf Asto-
that have eve Obenn -r pri)e: ria Towers.
goodWill and love of one's fellow ments were directed at action
man, taken by the American Legion
"Peronr had _h re- /.p at. ts convention yesterday In
lawfu -orddr maa t Coomc Miami.-
stabf. of Argem do. nder Members voted overwhelmlng-
the p'rbtert of beoni tMe ly to denounce UNESCO, the
masses 8t workers, e ha m United Nations Education, c-
posed a le o (error a -cor- entiree and Cultural Organisa-
rupon i b oth pub c a pri- tion.
vate fe.* The convention urged Con-
gress to repeal the laws creat-
le and those who ruled with ing the United States Vommis-
himzehilited an insolence. an sion to UNESCO. Increasing hos-
armplSrnes_ an a sutri0ty tUlit to UNESCO has been evi-
comple bordering on mepma- dent among Legion leaders in
recent days.
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Army, AF Laundry Concession

Expected To Draw 13 RP Bids


rlsa for& the conceuoaair
laudomlufeddrym
a ing d t gat ma
-arte .d.be recelv
duc Aa and Air

j osal are expected to
fedis e a.nd-impreve bth tMe
qty andser ored p e
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Olorts Clayton, Kobbe, Amador and
the Post of oroaL.n
3. Operation of combined d ry
cleaning and laundering conces-
iaa t allt eight f the above
miitry reservations under one
eontrkact.
Under the proposed agreement,
pick -up and delivery service for
quartersand or iati on the
post which te ceacesslonaire is
authorized So operate will be pro-
vided by the coocesaoare.
Effective date of the centracta
will be Jan. AM, wit thecon.
tracts runnimung for two years. The
contracts may be renewed, with-
out renegotiatl by Coesent of
bomt pertu aeonued. r ona
year at a time, ler a maximum
period of *y n, after which
the ees wIa be re ad-
v wer. C central
c Rw ie My re-adver.
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DULLES MEETS WITH IlE-Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles (left) and presidential advisor Sherman Adams arrive
at Ftzsilmons HospiLal, Denver. Dulles met briefly with Presi-
dent Elsenhower.


President Sends Viewpoints


To Regular Cbin#et
_____"Pmw--Wu-aI OR NO


Ideans rt meopatcned orh
top aide, er Adams, to
Waslngon early today with
the Chef ecutive's own views
on matters which will face the
cabinet at its regular meeting
tomorrow.
Mr. Elsenhower went over.
these matters with Adams at a
brief bedside session late yester-
day after one of the busiest days
he has spent since he entered'
FitMsimons Army hospital Sept.
24 following a heart attack.
He made public his interim
reply to Soviet Premier Nikolal
A. Bulganin's note on disarma-
ment, enjoyed a visit from his
youngest brother, Dr. Milton S.
Elsenhower, and scheduled a
conference here Saturday with
Secretary of Treasury George
M. Humphrey.
The relatively busy day was
a clear lndieatin of the step-
ped-up pace of the President's
return to active duties of the
Presidency.
But his aides and doctors are
still keeping a tight check on
the pace and will not permit
him to exceed an hour a day for
some time to come.
Medical bulletins continued
to be favorabl&eon the Presi-
dent's progress, but those close
to him were firm in their de-
termination that no attempt
be made to hurry him Into a
regular schedule again.
Adams was flying back to
Washington with Dr. Eisenhow-
er, president of Pennsylvania
State University and one of the
Chief Executive's principal ad-
visers.


He will attend the cabinet
meeting tomorrow and fly back
to Denver Saturday with Hum-
Mr. Eisenhower will observe

Bermuda Theater

Owners Decry Strict

'Adults Only' Code
HAMILTOr, Bermuda, Oct. 13
(UPJ-Theater owners have ask-
ed film censors in this British-
Atlantic colony to stop using the
movie ratings of the Catholic
Legion of Deceny, which they
say are even stricter than the
rulings of Britain's National
Censor board, it was announced
today.

meeting to consider the
tors' complaint tkat 43 per
of the movies shown her 1J
cnty the w be- reau rblp I to
tag their tlaineM,


out that the Dean
Lews pifture
r Too Woe=&,."..t-
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AT WORK Vice President
Richard Nixon, with an arm-
ful of documents, arrives at
the Senate Office Building
after conferring with presi-
dential aides at the White
House. Nixon said he will make
a major speech before the In-
ter-American Press Association
at New Orleans on Nov. 1.


his 65th birthday tomorrow.
Although his doctors will en-
Courage such simple oberv-
ances as his family suggest,
they will be on guard against
any form of excitement that
might upset the President's
steady recuperation.
Before his brother Milton ar-
rived at the hospital th4e Chief
Executive enjoyed another 25-
minute session in the sun on an
outdoor terrace near his eighth
floor room at Fitzsimons.
However, the temperature was
only 57 degrees despite the
bright sunshine and he used a
terrace on the east of the big
hospital, where he was shielded
from breezes slipping down from
the Rockies.
Except for Mrs. Elisenhower
and son John, brother Millto
was the y member of the
President family to visit him
afar.
o other three
in almost


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LONDON, Oct. 13 (UP)-A ra-
diantly-happy Princess Margar-
et followed Peter Townsend to-
day Into a London breathless
with excitement over whether
they will-or will pot-marry.
The 25-year-old princess, just
at the age of consent for Brit-
ish royalty, arrived by train
from her Scottish vacation 14
hours after the handsome RAF
group captain flew'home from
Belgium.
The princess' trip was the
routine, previously scheduled
end of .the Royal Family's an-
nual vacation at Balmoral.
Townsend said he also was back
home on routine home leave.
But the timing heightened the
fever of British curiosity over
the princess' future.
Traditional politeness to rov-
alty barred any newsmen ask-
ing Margaret the question that
filled British newspaper head-
lines. It simply isn't done.
Townsend himself refused to
answer it when he arrived in
London late yesterday after a
channel ferry flight from his
post as air attache In Brussels.
The Daily Mirror quoted him
as saying, "I do not know. what
the future has in store for me."
The Daily Herald quoted him,
"I know of no viTtal declson
wii' tj b< Wor ,KS m


spwedent Anthony Cavmndish
who flew In the same plane with
him to England he said. "I am
not answering questions like
that."

US Body Welqhs

Red Arms Offer

To Middle East


WASHINGTON, Oct. 13-(UP)
-The National Security Coun-
cil took aim today on the criti-
cal problem of Communist of-
fers of arms to the tinderbox
Middle East.
Action of the top-level gov-
ernment group emphasized the
seriousness attached by the
United States to Soviet bloc din-
lomatic moves in the Middle
East. Some U.S. officials fear
Russia and her satellites may be
shipping arms into the critical
aaea in an effort to renew the
Arab-Israeli war and then capi-
talize on unrest in the area.
Communist Czechoslovakia al-
ready has agreed to furnish
weapons to Egypt and there
have been reports of Soviet ot-
fers to other Arab nations. The
State Department disclosed yes-
terday there have been hints
Russia also may be preparing to
offer arms to Israel.
Secretary of State Johp Fos-
ter Dulles. who discussed the
Soviet arms offers to middle
eastern nations with President
Eisenhower in Denver Tuesday,
prepared a report for the NSC
on the conversation.
Vice president Richard M. Nix-
on will preside at the council
meeting (11 a.m. EDT) in Pres-
ident Elsenhower's absence
Diplomatic officials consider
the Soviet offers a test of Rus-
sia's proposed desire for peace
which it expressed at last sum-
mer's meeting of the big four
heads of government.
If the Soviet Union goes
through with a sale of arms to
Israel before" the forthcoming
Big Four Foreign Ministers Con-
ference in Geneva. the United
States will conclude that Rus-
sia's peace talk is phoney.


The I


Judge's Bench


For trepassing In the Paraso
Commissary, two Panamanian
gtl were each fined $10 this
;aomgnt in the Balboa Magis-
tUtef Court.
The defendants were IUda Ro-
drmn, n and Yoauda Mullin,
RItelad Draytaa a -yr-old
=a du one

bor
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Depends On Hi


WASHING I ON, Oct. 13 (UP)- Full-scale effortA.
settle U.S.-Russian differences over disarmament wi'
main stalled until President Eisenhower is more fuhy-'P
covered'and can turn to major policy decisions Siltm
This was pointed up Ey the President's reply l "
public yesterday, to Russian Premier Nikolai A. Be a
Sept. 19 letter on disarmament problems. *
Bulganins letter raised a number of questions uaht
the President's proposal that the two nation, as a
lude to actual disarmament, agree to mutual eri ,
sections and to exchange bluep,.nts of military sit'.
lishments.
Mr. Eisenhower's reply, billed by the State i fe
ment as an interim answer to Bulgonin, said a more
ed answer will be delayed 'until the doctors let .
more than at present."


The President's.,letter, although ga
cordial in tone, left the U.S po- e*
sitlon unchanged. am
The state Depattment was I
workln nn a mn detailed re- nar


hl his Interim reply, the Presl-
dent stated formally what he
told a news conference Aug. 4 he
already had agreed to In a pri-
vate talk with Bulganin at Ge-
neva:
That the United Stetes weuld
accept a Rnoasa prtpoui for
stationig dtea asment In-
spectio teams n both eonam-
tries at sueh places aS ports,
railroad unctions, airfields
and on highways to guard a-

Bolia Operefators

Face Hnher Fines

Under Proposed Bill


A bill raising the maximum
fine for persons found guilty of
operating the "bolita" or clan-
destinbe chance rarkrct f i
to $1000 was scheduled to be
presented to the National Asnm-
bly this afternoon by Finance
Minister Alfredo Aleman.
Aleman said the bill also pro-
poses the modification of other
legal dispositions to empower the
government to impose greater
penalties on all illegal numbers
rackets.
Meanwhile, Secret Police Chief
Hector Valdes Jr., reported the
arrest of alleged bolita kingpin
Gregorio (Goylto) Duque and Ni-
colas Agullar, whose headquar-
ters were raided last Sunday
morning.
Valdes said both are being held
at the disposition of the Ad n-
istration of Internal Revenue.
However, it is reported that Du-
que has been released, but it was
not known whether he had put
up ball.
(The bolita continued to hold
drawings last night on the same
secret scale as Monday and Tues-
day nights.)
The possibility was seen today
that income tax evasion charges
will be filed against Aguilar,
whose bank book showed that he
has a bank account of $27,000
which authorities believe was
amassed from boita profits.


This morning Lottery Office
manager, Dr. Carlos A. Mendoza,
revealed that a detailed plan to
hold a mid-week drawing would
be presented to the next meeting
of the board of directors, as a
means of nimnimizing the activi-
ties of the bolita operators.

Adenauer Makes
Further Progress
In Hositaol


Stroop -s4 a.
meat etffwtlai
0 rmehd tA


embassy l MdpiA.
President RIM
ed at theYJuyv
ence at Geneva tt ..
States and Russia eeh
"blueprints" of their
strength and estabolabjdS "
He also offered toaemrtll
Ylet planes to o "
photo gaph U.S. m '
stattlns if Rui voa d,
the same.
Bulganin,. In a letter .to 'A
President sept. 19., avoide..
right acceptance or rejection gf
the proposal.
He repeated Russia's deals m
for arms reduction and a bta
on nuclear weapons as an ee.
tial part of any such aexca1
plan. 4
It indicates American willn
ness to accept some features
Russia's proposed arms I .
tion plan itf the Soviet will e
the President's rogr iat
military exchange ata uno -
rial reconnaissance.
The chief executive was' alid
to have emphasized that the da-
ta-exchange and reconnalsse ce
plan was not disarmnm at
such but a key steop .
building the tYpe ofIen
that could lead to an irNIX
T is country still is W-
on a more comprehensive
armament plan.

Russia Seohl Sealf

For Poland O k


UNTIZD NATIONS, P1. T.,Oct.
s13 (UP) Russia today au
an all-out campaign to win a e
for Communist Poisad In the 9MW
erful U.N. Security Co we,
Soviet Deputy ForedMiot!i
V. C. Xuznetsov scheidA, =
press conference at whck he wu
expected to make a t-lneffeo
gain enough votes for Poid
to beat the U.S.-backed P b 1 1
mines delegation for the cou
seat.
Observers considered the
satellite country a definite Unbr*
flog in the voting tomorrow t
fill the seat left vacant ty
in the rotation system of
manent seats on the rx acyw.
council. Cuba and Aumstria .f
unopposed for the other t
seats. -,"
U.S. Ambassador Bw u,
Lodge. Jr., said rtm-shF
claim to a oounc mt d L1
.is clearly not s aag -
has contr-ibated to -
peace an a smuity." *
Pa.lish deb te
cay, la a c ..a
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-- nedLr ,Uonrad Adenauer .ei, e Urn 'fi
oe tim edto make* ng agts a *I.
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M a U Yll UM T AI V hv COLU ad KMNauver would wake win
TIS a TOU PStlUM THI RIADIRS OWN CO@LUMM The electric brain may never 'rOTc bvoe e. -r woiea .l1 .,a
replace Congressmen-but it sure, l t a last k we N .r --. .Hrarm'aAseekttt
S, k A A h will be difficult to tell the differ- r.ll Harrtamn n* handicap will be, age. i nw
S T M A 0 i i A "eance if some of our Solons react /e9 -Patnt Harry Trau- .and the Am.ericannt.skl.e
; I L B X like robots to a word which is not I mn .....-" l mm ng gay-i 2.n es lowing e's illn iS
.; ., _U rleven in the dictionary but is al- verno r's tansi n In Albany about age. Friends eo by
S-mu- ready frightening millions of peo- \\dt h e e i .op wiech have come man by painting out that-amm
The Mn Is h fee ter ra de The Pa Americ e prudent of the United States a plays pole and hs
Mli, -of.es l. e .rel anm had e a .d .I.a whelv fli The word is "automae"M Thefs wor it atmation" "stan
--e.. .. ....... Lions are disturbed over it-fear.-1 "' DIiv'hiertdvocatenc, hal
ie iV ve nutribMt e letter det be impatient itR dm't apper te they ll be replaced by electric el eds tat tHe Stl.S.S Potlo-GoRod
p day.es Leitrsi e published In the pade roelved, brain dials which control other I elm Dris .ee-ocrali
'pu ase try to keep the leters lmited to eaioedp1082. dials which ruit n machines. One raw shodbe wide oppm, that the Presidents who hare
IIdeaey eo f lete kWritersIoe im Ited i edeste ealidese. radio poll revealed that more goo. a O Alb istk lad.r'Aa
TMdohy goagepr ewmes as lpasibility for steements anO epimNIleO NS are afraid of "automation" Calls t 11 A b
.es Ised 1~l f re.m "oesm. n of almost anything else ina stilu, Aoosvell, Grov~r
0 o the land. th latt- defat in may Martin Van Buren al a"
Now we're about to hear more *011.; ; hinm for '.. except Teddy. Candid. who
LIQUOR UNLOCKER science non-fiction stuff from the Trui Tan .a Also0 on lded that have run from the step' d th~
w Birt witness chair of a specialsub- 8 f i e e- FromUen he think the troest Democrat- Albany mansion but fanld, lelqde
There Is obviously an impasse In the execution of the treaty committee representing both the .w" ... K it.iket wOuld Harriman fo Al Smith, Democrat, and om
;. cement which would reduce by 75 per cent the duty on al- Senate and the House. This joint sidat and ver for Vice Dewey, Republican. . .
S le liquors imported into the Canal Zone from the Republic committee will Investigate "auto. I i Preside. Ex-Governor 'loe Dewn wa
PwaMan. mation" starting this week. Labor, N How far the toughest fighter in not in Spain with Attorney earal
At le st I thounrl there was an Imasse until I looked the with Walter Reuther as its spokes- the Democratie party w et In Browne.. as previously report,
aor up in the dlctonary, to aee how iti spelled, and learned man, sought this probe-and got it. \ conid. all this to his old friend at the Esenhower was ke
it an "lmpeer Is a position from which there i no escape. From what I've leaned about \ Aver -arr an s they huddled He was n Rome, .en rout to
a ra dtht hasno outet te.the testimony to be iven, there together last week end remains to Turkey ... Vice Presidat lion
isn't that bad. A better word would be cul-de-sac, wil be two sides.-The abor people be ee. But Harry h ha ade cre overture
is French for blind alley. Blind alley pounds good to me. will charge that automation will two reasons for backing Harriman. to his California rival, Governor
*I understand it, Panama is ready to giveits anal Zone wipe out millions of jobs. le- "Goody" Knight. Nixn
:the 5 percent ebbate as soon f A i ---- Rfr ell as n the Cw'naaZ719
how and by whom the liquor would be sold. to launch their drive for a shorter ht t h a ifor n
Shave been man suggestions as to retail outlets, andN a4te re m te te ti GOP convention. over
a, o time It appeared that clubs would be beat qualified wtow rkw e steady fe ass n hat th3 5heu hrs inee. mlYooter T he mnIahis
Sa a Bsteadv40-bywasserting that theoh been loyal to h
le Butnotheveryone l dubmn,dorclubw n. onlye way to keep American 1work- dt Avrell Harriman wa diehard dse ~t
46 Coa ta. Zone com m issary would ..eem to be best suited fo r rom b g replaced by a pan eil If, ..L L. I p moor t wo, when t he d d l ugging .for e .o d'q.Ec.ar-




ton adl araced omh e inge lc d I&A Apanie 6pcAM. I thep ticalp)rto
ttia Tedat l eq g am It does ihdentifithtraty. of dials isirl cdito wp all around ba ot f U fndauntir hrom
Stpoianotns to tme, hover, thandtitse of alzy kind. Moreover week That's their point O'fr view. rarotim the p iti Tsr .n re
0 laaqr trained contraband crew which shooulAd keepegal buyr Those who ada win a avrwey DOUGIAS LARSa r r cC at Pl
,, g down to a mulnlmm. Those who don'twill fh-htha er w hYok mt lke atde t cu_ lac s -s
But the isim ra are o ated bY the United State soov- Is just as American as what tJohnOrtrtoPen dink o dt oAeer yo s jan oslp1
wl whatever r the corpo rate n used, and our Uncle Sam ny Pod res did topa bal club called nd a s N ew d tor.. lheir. p0 .4 t iandr F ro asl
Ifl o to ge t Into t ye quor busi an a. the Yankees. npotoka ... ou tbt ariner "l. .,.1rd Tol,. L merira andm.arthy.r Con-









drinksand 3.2 beer were d epensed. Thebkbrinwhpleh f economic deressFon would be the cbhnet. ber of thi Cabinet who has won subject at Geneva. Ike *aid. thaalo wt the railroad Wll ptreet Resetir.
w u not decorated with the ueras of s ndablend traced A e ae tere is r more tha a cordial offci" rel To Ike utter m at Wson bi bne Preiden a-
Sto a y but whith such strange it, At the aoe time It hIs difficult Much of thi arment e er g of oip with te Pre pro ly handed himi a report o. oe'a n. aow. m, was taken 1be he receivedbe
I unaestad how the sale of alcoholic liquorsever gotinto Abackedbypredictionsof millions .. .ne and over $350,000.on pi3lnthropl proj
betweetwo I learned tht no hrd stuffpl. I read the papouh r ofbls suffling ust a the ob e done than any Wson reularl aw the Pes- wh had he ame status and wf t or fourth report fro Dr. Ar ur
," rfuB hm ol thae eitCmban and .. noting ofsucha liquor the corner. Already one ofthe s icre rv y U.S. mltay base t raway te Union Paefie chairman oh. Council of Econ
Seuntld onthe Uno tedm tat ew dSenayste had rate and went reaty. To b a ress on committee oye meeins, a he meeins of warehouse and ins ton the r owner of e Illinoi Central advisers which hel. e
anyThe point place required a licenems to e, however that the Ca one In member e are many oseph However, f there s any one the Natonal Securty Co and U.S. and abroad Wetern Union yert o the stock rket

lr aed your ages en addreduced tariff, weight ou colo uthor- g if automation is to turner personal conferences. It hd been ronic oke 1 were raed by John mp
ad and oter empoweredrtnen. toworkers out on the streets, it might r v insig I ws d he relar con thePe on that a complete a hv the bet safety reao for that
In seeking way out ofitsa card n a cellophae envelope and with have bmt ottomp et the eauon Pentaron acI mpT i -ents, and eaes, wiforach sometimes lasted inventory what the services record tq inlltionant Americans anlogs t. Waaip



lhat fol lod the ht to e purchase. Senatorita h waite struggle far ever fewte cares less about nne Secretary's more than an hour that Ike owned tidtcte xcit. But Wilmobe 1ded Wlion per cent. o. the Canle tcanl run
In a place did Ci't laoot like a liquor store. Tin where weresoft and fewore oe began rubc policy dare t bt headlines, if President learned the full de tween ese th e b e i New o I e. otr an m a'ati-
btdrinkes and .2 beer were ou consulted a catalogue icktembaring the name a such places not ignore it. EieeMass unemploy nt b e rb n Yt other member OfHum a the on rd i ha a oan Y d H a t bufs w elected
wanot decorated andh tled out a card describing wh d and eonomi derethose o n would e the aebint. beore of theIkes Cabint wheaho a won subject hast Galways, Ike saconid. ha een a Wethe ods Wall Street r. B re t
but with such strange items as boxes of chocolates and almost as damaging to the found&- At the same time there is prab- more thao a cordial official relE- To Ike's utter amazriqesnt/Wilson6f 00e1 OR Wsa .big busineg S bo rePr iden
I learned that no pintha rd st Tmesff could be boughtwed ide who are society as t b W son had won the Presidentr s full Wilson was accomplishing things ered impossible to compile, et bker, but he's bee See to the Summer White






S r eard-I mean, my lquor lcene-and gave It to aced by a of electro- confidence in his ability tw dire t iwhle.e Jmd always..eea a a It's typrm al of the d hi morous retry et b l A erce, ambaador .ouse a h the roea wald be
Se ppared into a storeroom, returned with a pack- cam w t a d bolts and the US. military program, subany vital necessity during his military but fund the name status and Wil to Mosand ead London, head of report boom ext year aur we
Stook my money to National Security Council career, but whh he had not been on a done la te Pego size of every U.S. military bas, largest ralway, the Union Pa i e heading into a recession.
Soe u a ays wally of the laborpreidentia is rdehten oy. net meetings, at the meeMost importing oftnt warehouse and instaaton n thepar appoiwner somof the ois Cena reasotra, he rged the







a^ex~pt that wrote your own. There wll be R Cordiaer, And In site of aay nockeynag for That was to establsh irm man-rcomplshents as far as Ike ianchest Roosevelt New Dealers Pmicdvier to hrmit no further tax
thin the place require a government agewhich cy here$1 a yequire aut sinhead of the Genearal lecmatric Cwho., However, f there is any onethe Nationrol Secr the litCoun r concerned U.S. and abroadaow et Ne n, derease pt ofe comng session o
Sor tae purchase of reduced-duty 1 nor.B the coholiree with the griM prediction of Person in the U.S..who has a keen orrregularipersonal conferences. It had_ long been look. It means that ns wera rated Cy Jonn gress.
consult a catalogue instead of stan at elve loaded fromass unploymnt, automat authority he inhas by ightnto Wlso It was ur in these Petagar on in ts wayhea tagon ar she of ete would reason crease infltin now,








thghe oautt. And In out hia ase he could wign Leon wil mae 18,50s0as new jobs Pridets cofdnead as tmofficl Charman of theJost ^^u a0mi weapon espabh cntionth1h pay whe nobody wats it. It post-
h at.m. or give hou iden ucase en n he ben better is. the uen Pentagt so acom o sre t Chiefs of Staff aftsometimes World War inventory what thesll re. rst choose ithe -s own man. Par- however ns
g ouSbrathe in'.t ok like a .l ote. Dr. W.R.G. Baker, general man r.etarey othess abTreay t retry's more than an n hour, that Ikeowned ddte t. But il ba d himshion to ease up the per cent.ees
pnewd. I plan along the the t in good humor in or what- lan bets will spend friom gtn $ 0 to w ea ea like to see a resdenbudg_ derne them to just wat.l, son rtom the sicth ed, golf course so't? Suicide? Murder? iene o n fxpet the terrific boon in





r it maybe worth. n Utah th.e Church of Latter Day waint. 00 each in 155 on super-ma_ et e i uso t a much as m pe er Iein "em rt young men ..* or officeumn wre many inevaPegatilaasno th auto saled to ease off next year.-I






et the t g tre, re, uermitte an-d Utahanare in th companies selling $,500.000,000 gram to achieve it w r example, Wlson had a ,a.e, other new weapons wa. ose of -- areas may 0ulw down the rest of

S in "s: pes". Saorlnitotd reurd on d stry dand reatig- ne jobs1 sfwoiethut tnlke WAdha P t w rorent to the Gensa ef. mt oarh ou o.cem c Jea .-a ..w. lift try e aoo ge. g y ar iw
St asl ooe as onbeyi. .a ol.. pcn. h .. .u r, w n -.e-anon m e W .eu' face whb a he and ease down .ac economy graea-
t n | m agurieuy BareanaP Obvio|klyn this ngtsional ha u mere d aobbi g from her hosp- e taby rates than audde.cly
aa wre,-those-onthe snes Lo..bef oree tl esd hent' gttket too j._ docuenthas dc amlwa be d |htal room. Powell, Jean's t-ood Wall Street, demating thihr. ha.s
it all brands and filledout a card dec erib uin what 70 Thee Geearet wse nthr hWiLsonghaer wn the .Iasid n t f| Wls.on wais acomii things ee Imps sibe to compile. mon.. bn c'e earng s
















Wntoiiihadtwons therePre stoendbank wr. utha's bl e stor rd
b t woeite o"mIne pint, Hardo Tim," showed side Who art sao a r of atohh s W'sacomphngibugseeIp obnt e ss ie u ther e
s eadrd-fro mean, my mliquorrnmsand outsv ..ittoreplacdbeuby c a t. o n n" H.-wous ha rse
aft Mil ldeockmyemoneyab.le doIimsmemporse s.an tto. at ,,c.- -l.r, buw h -h .diteso, of w...,.It Pegon mutualof headtynan d rssaea ofn
A w buying In a drug store, like buying with a prescrip-et imul s NI tional Securitounci lbltca bdut whim h se had nonshasmont nt the laa it... Y etrhe'seappointed some of fth o tha rason, herge te








Ua you wrote your own. *****1 TheApparen will by another thing labor TRAGnd In spte of any JockeyingD for That wa to establish fi man- complishment and shadows ea tse nelht Roosevelt New Deales p t e
proposed that a Government agency here require eadtion of the Genach rain, in -l t Co,, aet which might anathaement controls bo hired usa yas .eranth. ent.r- With Jeabn Harlow." oeas e ci se n o














used BI I Salt Lake I I tyImig^ht be toTh e customerHetion to propetandt for tae shorter shimmer of a star awl millions After John Barrymore tr.imphc tained guests with a balalaika ort C eark Gable wept when he A drama entitled "The Wed,
Sfor the purchase of reduced-duty luor.B the general which daeekls a biset in Feletronics. admdened. James Dean's jour- ed in his inaugural starringloes- chestra and served caviar. When learned of her passindicat "She was." ding of Miss Church and Mr

rules on Just how much of te in ney into the shadow i replete he confided to brother: "I he received a plicity bldp he aid, "one of the beat gals World" will be repeated by the







usThe ccreased profit from automatian with dark ironies common to trag- seared. I hear thunder in th ap- "a great lover Gibert dar ear who ellr lived." Yon People's Endavor r
d 0 ulst a catalogyoure, Inswte stay In a fndirm outr will go utoa authority here ason to believe Whplause. A sgn of storms to come. killed himself in an effort to fulfi Severatl yetooar later onea of te of Pars o Church of God







Jthestuff. Adm Ion t tought his good heo couldsignt-tnwillwages. This th1p,00n will be a bin- his reckless andwere totvat- Joha's preCham an i tion was remark_ public expectations of his roman bent galo. t who ever lived went to night.o t
S or givehisdt in the next 15 years. Thawhat alswe need is a neutral for over a forn burd efs of Staff after . John who was His voice was unfit for sound ba Gable'hsln will rebde must charred pooseit. Admson own mwill Prted




bitt o na o ur t congressional committee awith no tor him to seek esre and equipped with everygain adegrtistic asset, ontrlacks. In a ort whhis Is e a mao t with Death, at the door.


= ]J **b*n***t, t*eysu r**e*eo lton l ^ cae ad one member repeating robot-like o death in pdue- lacked essential moral stamina jor star became a has-was. Adula-in -r- -- -o-u-r
Propaganda either side. What hides it was iotorcy e His dissipation was relentless, pro- tion for Gilbert was trano termed



1 ofYour life, and nobd seems to indit too much. said recently that nearly 1,is more hy- then racing cas ... Dean hd men" around destructive. Atnd oner goal whether be ghas to dback W that pro SIDE GLANCES B Colbrait h










A.yway. I pass along the teria. Meanwhile the worker who struggled for many beai- He litd te he bad a baroniale soat nfa pain with alcohol Relief was temn- Murer era e t th terriicIn
BY. IPAINais frightened that w he wll be re- erauly starved or ldas a bas- Hollywood that included a mere 5 porary from thee ga uc agours ot







Itplaed by a machine, even hm proe- boy whae searching for ctooms pin s e swimming pools wounded vanity. G lved for
prous tiems, may find some job. He di walk-ons and bit a rteen years later he died, a hi- career-and when it ended-
Sy be worth. In Utah the Church ofathter Day sr comforteach in a B ritish Information on t Then he won as Humphre weary, wasted and debt young men" or office. e ma nit ati




dits faithful, more cosmosly known as Mormn despite nd chine s controlled by electric among el. But both m are tooi mick never did produce m Maximum milithall for peatry. He dweaN c c anws.The nf
otihqww0or, brains. Already there are 1e00 new smart to damage the Mllirtar Pro- Wilsondd. the U.S. built aroed a tomicanled Todd's death remains a myster
StatestorarePermitted and Utans are in the omp enter the racelling $,00,000,0now 0 gram to aivebaItayer friend who tod Rice od to a park ben s was one of wa
bi v thoughMany of them would like to be out g flat ot to convder-stuff to In- idus an spite of the great personal ke-who that he had enough moey to let unable to afford the rental He took sy
ut being In it, they urve the opeto carefully and ma e dst tyadeating new jobs. set that and actig wa the e dropped w ed on the spo." acquainted with te h or of e a e i







SU diititegrated mechanism wit a miCn io a a 1agae PteoThlbje'tf arvato .. Within a decade. es dw h e gr


TI aw of a myestn- . II room o e yoet a'ay be she dread WallStret,,ce wpetcti, Movi queen become alvera be had attained t.f HeBywood pa- a A r r
IK P H O 1 thet B main despite her late start Wakar. . He WaM happu symbols of radiate beauty. Tlhe ale A lavh manila. farcy n ro hp u
w one day stratosphe greatest aesd a fa er while he was a re known around te globe and ar, yachts and othrfrs. A w ra t o i U



















lh-butto #aon in the workdr After Walker qticet p o l eaeplo sion of his fame ope d W uab voik, it
LIHTMETER r none.f wonder machines, Ia etBrera a i t te yearsbewitch the etragd dy
goMighty calm ithe British Let r s dess koogn hw biretthet ese.bl ie turnrequenly heeaicts ondy admired bat loved . D e l
labor-management bouts..T.h e al.s. boneeyrbloy r Se gf v ReliioCus D rama












pinot get hysterical began. T d te ohmar tirpivate wors. A word atr truck iftly. Hi le was dream
wants to get this veawa aowed by a o fear and frustration and sacrk de.troyed- tebhe bo ..a by a g h. e
o n fthe mach ebraininah ea nesa BLakpnee etouene.s ohe..as .roRussin servants, a nsrter- With Jeoan Harlow.' T
work week, Isaset of Federal afe saddened. James Donn's Jour ade his inaugural starring role, eheytra and served Caiaru. When learned of her passin. "She was." o int rofram an d ar.

s how much of the ei.n- neya Into the shadowsC Isree te he confided to his brother: "Im he received a ublicty buildup as esaid," of et ol sn eo
croessedlat from automation with dark Ironiesn c tommoao s care. I hear thunder .the, ape"Asgreat lover wGilbe darn m who ever lived."
wLe stayoma firm ore will go out in edes. There is reasonl'to believe lausc. A sign of storms to come." killed himself in an effort to fdulfil Several years later whe of Pf
4-pwages. This then Will he a r w his recklesstobblt were eo-ivat- ohn's premonition was remark- public expectatonoG ofihis roman- best gals who ever lived -went- .
eims fht, a'd by the grandest emotIon-.ovea ob- y Phetic, f course.HO heard tic Prowessr. After the talkies a flaming death in a crash against Thswf.
Sowha twme need eI a nvemtral fover a thssoIm.. Jsohn,_ r wh was His vo an fit. f"owndor "ndbardGable .ride- co6tarredP. o will "ec ated


hnIlater sail: "'ases wa r s'W was" adored thousands of Yanks. Rudolph Valeanieo's death was I
hie for Bb's fire. She was a wtt, lively girL v frot-a news HlywI h ) \
F W sMADIE IN -- today. It is tiffeuitt o a toeaBoay .Te serees j
WST GMANT that she was haunted by .Great LeWer leg end
As""an. mi we dw fr m Tle girhows d-radmired by ml" his death SeveralhS
"1j .* ^****~ *haid =tt ors _&V he es n ad d as u unhappy romaNleem k auatwri Mo oAl -
e. so gem s ten te orig IM m vainly married for andthe lo ao -o womn - l m
.... :-'b I oR -i The~ lam.. Velos, a to a "rt foolsrecWas "re to e tmate \'wasa '!ow-!

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$sa lf r ,ekainga eae squash-from a walntru %wi% but Wl.
mm uudmen. tiretir mll earrier ofProvb Utah, can. A squash
e 20 feet long has cldhnbed toward the tops of tw6 treas In his
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Cos.ia Ray Tests

For tRssia, Poland
Rqi,,OItt. 13 -(UP) -Italy Is
carrying.out cosmic ray space
exp mets on behalf of ia ussla
and Polan4d; Foreign M i n ; s t er
Gaetaao, Martino announced to-
night.';
"W4 ve .greed toa carry out
on behaf'of Soviet Union and
Pollhicijmltists experiments with
finln M Wak at high altitudes for
resavtb on .cosmle rays," he
said .ji-a fnajor foreign police y -
peech on the floor of the upper
house of Parliament.
His- speech stressed Italy's de-
sire for friendly collaboration with'
ether'"countrles.
"Weh hai readily consented,"
be sa& "to having two physicists
appoiedl by the Soviet Union
Acad m .y of Selences participate
in wae.researehes which a r e
being .:;tarried out In our o un-
try. ',
Stii e theme of colabo-
ratlotmadi unity in the, cause of
peCsM. Martino denied charges
the grement had reached a-
ants only with the United
Sates inatomic development. He
aaid mly, also has "cordial rlea-
tions" b:.this field with Britain
and W'l .
"Tbii k no doubt that the
Gene .coiference has opened not
so much new paths as new possi-
bclulds. l stemnational scientific
cotl h," ha smid.


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Today's hand illustrates th.e
principle that there's more to
bridge than you can learn in the
textbooks. Some hands cannot be
made against perfect defense, and
the duty of the declarer Is to en-
courage an opponent to make a
Plausible mistake.
South won the opening heart
lead and considered his resources.
He was sure to win two hearts
and three spades. He needed four
additional tricks in clubs and dia-
monds combined. Unfortunately,
however, each of these suits would
provide only three tricks. Conse-
quently, South needed some com-
bination of club and diamond
tricks to make his contract.
A guileless player would begin
on one of .the minor suits and
knock out the ace. Back would
come a heart, and South's second
stopper would be forced out.
Whenever South got around toj
leading the other minor suit, the;
opponents would be able to de-
feat the contract with three heart,
tricks.
South's only hope was to sneak
by one trick in either clubs or
diamonds and then switch to the
other suit to get three more tricks.
It would do.no good to lead a club
at the second trick, since there
was no reason for an opponent to
refuse the first club trick.
Instead, South led the Jack of
diamonds at the second trick. West
played low, thinking that South
was planning a finesse against the
queen. This was just what South
had hoped for. The jack of dia-
monds held the trick, and South
immediately switched to clubs.


-,, East took the ace of elubs, but
now South had nine tricks. The
"stolen" diamond was his ninth
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MR.- AND' MRS. ROLF CARL ARNDT stand with thdir bridal party after the ceremony which
united them at the Fort Amador chapel last Friday night. Leit to right, are: (front) the bride's
attendant. Mis 'Barbara Anti E.olf of Gatun; the bride and groom, and the best man, Sgt.
James C. Burkhardt of Fort Amador. In the re ar Is Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Roy A. Mordeb. The
brile, the former Mrs. Joan Powell Copalbo, da ughtex of Mr. knd Mrs. B. B. Powell of Diablo
Heights, wore a gown of pink silky cotton with round neck and a low empire waistline which
rounded at' the hips into a very full gathered sk irt. The dress has three-quarter length sleeves
and, with it the bride wore a pink hat with velvet trim and white lace mitts, a pearl necklaee
and pearl earrings. Mr. Arndt, son of Mrs. Doro thy Arndt and the late Mr. Gerhard Arhdt of
Meriden, Conn., and his bride will leave for the states Nov. 19, to establish residence at 184
Lewis Avenue, Meriden.


supper will cost $1 for a d4 u t s, I
children upder twelve 50 cents.,
All booths will open promptly at
6 p.m.
Attractive booths will include
the apron booth, where you will
find many different styles and
selections for all occasion.


The Country Store is where you
will want to a"art youA Christmas
Shopping. This booth offers a wife
selection of interesting articles
such at, hand painted bateas pil-
low cases, toass r'covers, clIothes-
Spin bags, croeheted covered dress
hangers, hand made linen bags
pouch style pique bags and many
more articles- of interest.
The plant booth Will have
plants in blossom for those that
have no luck in the garden.
The sweet booth, white elephiAt
booth, and the surprise booth for
children will offer a grand eve-
ning to all who come and bring
their friends.
Doctor Honored
At Surprise Party
'Dr. Charles Glines, a newdom-
er on the staff of Gorgas Hospital,
was the honoree at a birthday
surprise party given by his wife
and a small circle of colleagues.
The party was At the Glines home
in Balboa.
Birthday Party
M-Sgt. and Mrs. W. R. Hogan,
of Ft. Clayton entertained at their
home on Saturday evening in bon-
or of Sgt. Hogan's birthday.
Bingo was played and prizes a-
warded. Refreshments and h or s
d'ouvres were served.
Door prizes were awarded to
Mr. Harry Gutmiller and M-Sgt.
Gardner Pridham.
Others present at the enjoyable
affair were M-Sgt. and Mr s.
James Adair M-Sgt. and Mrs.
DAvid Russell, Mrs. G ard n er
Pridham, SfF. and Mrs. Harold
Larimer, Mrs. Gutmiller, Sfe. and|
Mrs. Dale Thomas and M-Sgt. 0'-
Neil.
Charity Bazaar Oct. 23
Cristobil Emblem Club No. 52
will sponsor a Christmas Chari-
ty Bazaar on Sunday, Oct. 23 at
1 p.m. at the Elks Home in Bra-
zos Heights.
There will be many attractive
articles suitable f or .Christmas
gifts at the various booths such
as beautiful colored guest towels
workedl with Swedish W e a v i n 2.


RECEPTION FOLLO4WS DEDICATION CEREMONIES "Skylards" who performed for crocheted doilies, handmade ia
A tAIAMJA'I NEW POLYCLINIC SEYSCRAPER: the Saturday night NCO dance in prons and earring, unusual Christ-
BILD G CHRISTENED 'PRESIDENT REMON POLYCLINIC' te main club. mas decorations, C n ri s t m a s
owi the o h r cards, potted plants, a large as-
.Fol.lowing the d editionn ceremonld In the ninth-floor Tqwusepds Return sortment of candies and baked
auditorium of P? amh's Social Security Baik's new polyclinic Dr. and Mrs. James G. Town- goods, white elephant and parcel
i building a reception for several hundred guests was enjoyed send have returned to their Golf post articles and a fish pond for
on;1he terrace which commands a sweeping view of the cap- Heights home after a vacation of the youngsters. The public is in-
itasl ity, the Canal Zpne, tht harbor and distant hills. two months In Hawaii. vited.
The 11-story strpeture Is the tallest building In Panama -i----
and will house the numerous clinics which serve social security Mrs. Donovan Arrives Buffet Dinner Dance Sunday
taxpayers. To Visit Hulls The regular Buffet D i n n e r
li has been named the "President Rem6nn P lyclinie" in Mrs. Charles Donovan, a former dance at the Brazos Brook Coun-
honor of the late President. T n Isthmian, has arrived from Lima try Club will be held this Saunday.
to be the house guest of Mr. and I Fried Chicken will be served
I Mrs. George' Hull of El Cangre- from 5 to 6 and dancing to t he
De,_ .-eremonies started at Replacing Mrs. Step hen Bjo. music of Lou ge'0 1Serenaders
i:15p.m. M he ninth floor audi- Headley as president Atthe orga- ..rom 6 to 10 p.m. For members
torms nter of the Trea- niatlon'is Mrs. Thom [A. Rai- Mrs. Midleras and guests it will -W $1,50 a
sury e._Uman cut tl'e rib-.:cot. After seryvinkg "' apaci- Lepving ir Vacatl aildren under twelh6 will bq
botrn eQ i rance toth* uc- tywbMinc hlly, the f presi- Mrs. h B' 1. ldl$inass of changed 75-centS. "
tuIe.. der* and her h Seregant Brazos Heigbts it departing todpy .
Soct 2ray ,Ddre Gen- F nrsCas Hearey a rted for Los Angles en iporte to HawaiiF At this time the presentation
eral o, de a Garia, Jr., Fort o61o for reas ent at where shi will vacation with herof prizes to the winners of th e
halledo, oel cInir, as. the first'Fort Knox, Ky. Duri er term son and daughter-innlaw, Lt. and Chrysler Plymouth tournament
major m'dqv 1 ohe State s pro- of office, Mrs. Headley arranged Mrs. William B. Middleman, Jr., w," take place.
gram? t1xr 4 4d.ng he a th serv numerous social11 functions with an4 their two children. it is asked that reservations be
ice to taxpayers.'He foresaw a prominent local guest speakers- made early.
hospital as the next: step. appearing. Clayton Offlcerp
De a Guardia gave statistics il- Other new officers e I e c te d Dance Saturday
lu atg the. growth of Social Se- were: Mrs. Robert E. Hyde, bice The Fort Clayton Officers' Club
t7h r qas0yi s, addi resident ; Mrs. Cornel s i T. is holding their formal monthly
tho se for 19 are expected Crowe, secretary, and Mrs. Er-pClub Dande on Saturday, at the ,ra3 ?
to e he ation nerew record. tT.G ietreasurer. fFort Clayton Officers' Club.
m'onllowing the dedication cere- Following the formalities of the i
monies, th premises were bless- evening the members and their Steak will be served from 5 p.
ed by Archbishop Francis Beck husbands wore entertained by the m. to p.m. Music will be fur-
m ater c rcepi. nished by Al Martin from 9 p.m.
to, terrace f~r the reception. PtoIam.
Fort kobbe Officers' ---
Wves Club eids Cof e Gamboa Unio Church
Th- Fort Kobbe Officers' Wives' To Hold Annual Bazaar
Club held -their regular coffee The Gamboa Union Church will
adbuainess meeting for the hold it's annual bazaar Oct. 21,
m6nth of Odober. at the civic center. A J 0 h n n y
Hostesses for the coffee were Mozetti supper will be served be- ,
Mrts. Hi Wilder Mrs. Winonah ginning at 5 p.m. Ticket for the -
McGhee, Mrs. A. T. James, and
Mi's. E-. D. Vaughn.
p&rs. R. ZE. Coffey, the wife of
Cq R.; E. .Coffey, new Post l4
Commander, was welcomed and US A
introAtued to the women of theft JU A
Ana-amendment .to the coastitu-
tion, was passed enabling any i hJ li JR
member upol being transferred UTTER New Sh
frqm Fort Kobbe to retain their For baking success, use
membership if they so desire. o Lr t.e -- -
Newcomer i introduced we re CALUM the double-acting
Mrs.. J.'H. Campbell,M C. C T. baking powder. Get CALUMET
Jackson; jnd Mrs. J. W. Lutch. i today and try it!
Guwsa introduced and welcom- F U L -
ed to the club were Mrs. XR Cat- .
or, guest of Mrs. S. D. No esL
Mrhs. T'. E. Dreher, guest O Mrs, LOOK FOR
Fries; Mors. f. M. V THE INDIAN HEAY
Dyke, gnest of Mrs F. W. Fran 7H e .ASu
keunbd and Mrs. L. L. Woods, ON THE CAN
guest 1Mrs. I.-W. Patterson.


The Continentals'will furnish 1 S
the music for the Army Navy
Club's Saturday night dance, day (
aftxr tombrrow.s
t will be'sa sport-shirt affair
starting at 8:30, continuing until
12:30.

Afull tore dinner and cock-
tas bilW* ted the Fort Kobbe
NOD Wi Claub astallation care-
m4py on Sat evening at *L-
S Pos's N lounge in aonorl
o rit BIFrl elected officers.

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SCURUNDU HEIGHTS, C. Z.
0TOSER 11, tes lfICleamers *
W, tbhe parents and siaxtrsiof Eric Hagborg, wish Hairbrushes J
to xprens our heartfelt gratitude to the officers,'
epilited men and civilians of the Air For.e, Army
and Navy, and all our friends in the Cena Zone and PR CW
Republiao f Panama, for. their sincere -expressions. ,
of sympathy in our reoenm bereavemet. 13-A-30 "J" St. T
Mr. Jon HaMr. Apartado (Box)
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Cristebal Rainbow Assembly
Meeting Toalght
Miss Madelont Garrett, newly
installed Worthy Advisor of Cris-
tobal Assembly No. 42, Order of
the Rainbow for Girls, will pre-
side at the first regular meeting
of the new term to be held at
the Cristobal Masonic Temple
this evening at 7.
This will be an informal busi-
ness meeting and-will include an
official inspection by Mrs. Leah
K. Dugan, Supreme Inspector of
the Order of the Rainbow ofr
Girls on the Canal Zone.
All Master Masons and Eastern
Stars are invited to attend.

Stamp CIdb leets
Next Tuesday . :
,The zeXf regular meeting of the
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held at the Tivoli Hotel on Tues-
day at 7:30 p.m.
Clayton Wives plan
Wednesday Coffee
The Fort Clayton Officers'
Wives' Club will have their coffee
and business meeting next
Wednesday, at 9:30 a.m. in the
Fort Clayton Officers' Club.
Prospective members are invit-
ed to attend this coffee.
If you have not been contacted,
call Mrs. K. G. Kinsel, phone 87-!
6121 prior to 12:00 hours on Tues"
dAy, Oct. 18.
In dollar value, coffee still leads:
U.S. imports of all agricultural
commodities 'despite A decline in
coffee imports in -1953.
About eight per cent more butter,
and 13 per cent more margarine,
was purchased for household use
in April, 1955, than id April, 1954.


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Tel. Curundu 311I
EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE
G. J. KELLEY, Manager.
For U.S. Personnel and their
dependents only.


"We will relieve Tour"
FOOT-TROUBLE
conm, callomues, nails
-CHIROPODIST-
(Dr. Scholis trained)
ORTEPEDIA NATIONAL
Si Justo Aresemena Ph. 3-2217


. 6


ehrist For Youth

To Observe Week
From Oct. 17-22


The Christ for Youth organiza.-
tion o IPanama will observe youth,
week from Oct. 17 to 22.
Special features will ha nraseant.


DR. WENDEHAKE Medical Clin-
ic. Day-night service. Opposite
Chase Bank. Phone 2-3479.
NEWCOMERS: Top quality
beauty service is offered you at
Cocoli Clubhouse Beauty Shop.
Experienced, Stateside, licensed
operators. Navy 3812.


WANTED
Automobiles
AUTOMOBILES WANTED
We buy Automobiles Models
1950 to 1955. We pay CASH
ON THE SPOT.
Autos Eisenman
(beside Coca Cola Plant)
Tel. 2-2616--2-2966 Panama.


FOR RENT
S Houses
FOR RENT:- Furnished 2-bed-
room chalet, exclusive. Ameri-
can neighbors. Phone Panama 3-
0443.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet.
A-1. Justo Arosemona No. 40-
33. Phone 3-3008.
FOR RENT:-New modern 3-
bedroom home in residential dis-
trict. Call Tally's, 3-2633, p.ms.


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WANTED:- Vacation quarters
for 1st November. For as long
as possible. Phone 2-3681.


MODERN VERSION Carlo
Collodi's wooden puppet, "Pi-
nocchio." is being refashioned
in bronze by sculptor Emilio
Greco, shown in Rome finishing
the chalk model. The mod-
ernistic statue shows the puppet
looking up at the Blue-Haired
Fairy. his protector in the story
known by children of many
countries. A heron, topping the
work, symbolizes Pinocchio'$
change into a real boy. Funds
for the statue, which will stand
in the Gardens of Collodi in the
author's home town of Pescia,
Italy, were donated by children
from all over the world.


FOR RENT
Apartments
ATTENTION G. I.! Jut built
modern furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water,
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT:- Apartment, con-
crete building, near race track:
2 bedrooms, suitable for chil-
dren $60. Apply International
Jewelry, 155 Central Ave. Phone
2-1803.
FOR RENT:-Top floor of house
31-A, Francisco Fils St. (Vista
Hermosa). Inquire ground floor.
FOR RENT: Modern apart-
ment: 2 bedrooms, dining room,
sitting room, porch, independent
bath service $50. Phone Panama
2-2389, 3-4984, Mr. Morrell.


FOR RENT:-2-bedroom apart-
ment, newly painted. 50th St.
and Federico Boyd. $85. Call
3-4825.
fOR RENT: Fully furnished
apartment in exclusive residen-
tial district: living-dining room,
2 large bedrooms, main bath-
room with tub, shower and all
modern conveniences including
hot water; maid's quarters with
separate bathroom; large kitch-
en, gas range 'and refrigerator;
installations and fittings for air
conditioning; garage, garden, etc.
Suitable accommodation for dip-
lomat or top business executive
and family. Long-term lease pre-
ferred. Sale of entire furnishings
and right of keeping this privil-
eged apartment might also be
considered. Inquiries invited. Tel-
ephone 3-4549 from 9 a.m. to
noon and from 2:30 p.m. to 7
p.m.


Lt. Cdr. William R. May, U.S.
Navy, has arrived In the Canal
Zone for assignment in the as-
sistant chief of staff. J4 division,
Headquarters. Caribbean Com-
mand. Prior to this assignment
In the Canal Zore. May was as-
sistant sunoly nffleer at the U.S.
Naval Air Station, Memphis,!
Tenn.
May participated in "Opera-
tion Ivy." the first of the hydro-
gen bomb tests. He has recently
been selected for promotion to
commander. This promotion will
go Into effect in the near future.
May graduated from the Unt-
versity of California at Los An-
geles In 1941. He with his wife
June are presently residing at
Farfan.


Rowing goes back so far in his-
tory that there is no possibility of
tracing it to any particular aborig-
inal source.


FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:-Aquarium and ac-
cessories. Phone Navy 3538.
FOR SALE:- 20-gallon aquari-
um with reflectors. Reasonable.
5457 Morrison Street, Diablo.
FOR SALE:-Dunlap drillpress
and motor, grinding wheel and
motor. Phone 2-3692.
FOR SALE: Dutch canaries,
orange color. First Street, Poeeil,
No. 7-144, Apt. 4.
FOR SALE:-Upright piano. re-
cently overhauled. Balboa 6393.
FOR SALE:-Paint sprayingout-
fit: Tank, automatic pressure
witch, /4-hp. motor, hose, fl-
ter and gun. House 1506-B,
Akee Street, Balboa.
FOR SALE:-Craftsman 10-in.
tilting-arbor saw, 1-hp. 25-cy-
cle motor, 1 rip saw blade, 1
combination, dado set. Call Bal-
boa 2-1513.
FOR SALE:-Billiard tables, cue
sticks, billiard balls, etc. Very
reduced prices. Call E. Jaramillo
telephone 136, Colon.


LESSONS


"Future Perfect" Charm course
for busy women who can give
only two hours a week for- 8
weeks to a self improvement
course. A complete head-to-toe
course in grooming, exercise,
posture, ballroom dancing, figure
control, skin and hair came,
make-up, walking and comport-
ment. Please telephone today for
additional information, Liona
Sears, director of Panama's first
and foremost Charm School.
teacher of Beauty Queens and
"Miss Panama" contestants, Pan-
ama 3-0327.


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SOLID MAHOGANY
FOAM RUBBER


ed to thep icevery ight UP SHORTS AND FILLER FACTS
during the week. Along The Foirwoys Rel. Sept.25 BR
The first two meetings will be About 21.5 of Michigan' Wage
in ablo Town.Rio Aiba- PANAMA WOMAN'S GOLF and salary workers are employed
jo. They will be in the form of o- ASSOCIATION by the auto industry.
pen air rallies. The next wo will Penny Daniell Isthmian Ama-
Ce held at the Bethel M is si on teur Chamn
Church in Paraiso. Mr hamp


PThe last two meetinenny Daniell defeated a de- LEGAL NOTICE
he last two meetings wiM bteitermined Catherine Purdy los. ,CnnSTAMa OFn Ei-
held at the Christian Missio n atda to win the PWA ID STATS OF AMR CA
Church. 2th zstree t. hnrrilno Saturday to win he PWGA Canal zone
Church. lth Street. n Chorri 1. IChampionship for 1955. Penn' t'niled S.atee District Court For The
The Public in general is invited and Catherine were even alter D,trt of The Canal Zone
and young adults. forced ahead on the back nine Miltonedman. Plaintiff s Yolanda
Congratulations Penny M Feld' lan Defendant Stnmmena Case
Congratulations Penny!' No 1989 Ci'il Docket 10 Action for
Norwegian fishermen I a n d e dI Peg Porter won her game with divorce Doc 0 Act
13,000_ tons of cod in the fLrst half Elizabeth Hadley to be winner of o t abo ve-named defendant: I
of 1955, compared with 81.000 tons Ithe first flight. You %-e here' require. to appear end'
in the same period of 1954. Jane Wilson 1on over Pat answer e complaint filed in the above-
'Waring in the second fligh. entitled action within ninety days after
-the first publication
There was a lot of good and In case of your failure to so appear
-bad golf played Saturday but and ans-.er. Judgment will be taken a-
if other outboard motor all in all, believe the tournament sinst yi by default for the relief de-
Smanded n the complaint.
Is built like a was enjoyed by everyone-the witna the Honorable Guthrte '
I J [r~~ffSMl j. -u winners, the runners up and the crowe Judge. United States Districti
JOfSON SEAH ORSE lso-rans. The champagne party Court to- the District of the Canal Zone
IM I n be --m---aae er who, lven by Macaron. Pro at the ths fourth day of October. j5 C
h taareMU-n-mg Golf Club after the, C. T. McCormick. .Jr., Clerk ERE tf-.-
=WM-M-0. mastahes made everyone feel, i i) IN EC l PI g a* ti
_t h s yd you. even if the hy a .. I.e.t.... cs e t DepncC lek bns
1 -nS Im uPr,] s Will be awarded on rt i. North B ~rgiarHuU.Eng.
r -glaM "- the regular PWOAinoMnth- T. nss m served up- tnd Tim BmMeoident, for
pu y- by nelictiopursuanth10 the L .
Ti 8mI mdelsal have mst at Rod at. Want ord- o tBonarible Guthrie i the bu was -in adu tfor the
10 Moe d m leat a the PWGA to Crow-. J-..gr. United States District Ith-ceanuryate .
sr got .M 'ft ort Isif uirnsn Court for the Di stro1 th Canal Zone ____
,- Ell'F .I dotined C :ob r 4. I NA, ent red end -_ -<
_UhIerstand Rodmannhasetned entiot ... .
laws. low 911411111116'80M chagesIn athe dar k- am on? of tb -nArtmy w nveers
o .. I t District celebrate y June
L. m~~ ji~ m. eold San II 8ndPv ,par.Cot--forIM-- 'an,1g55

o ae t.l .. 5't&d e g'ggi,
oem. -. out. t-hy become ,


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FOR SALE
Automobiles


FOR SALE:-1953 4-dr. Chev-
rolt, 2-10 series, excellent eon-
ditlon, duty paid, $1400. Tele-
phone galboa 2710.


FOR SALE: 1947 luik,. re-
cently painted, returning States..
Navy 3119 5 p.m.-l p.m. R1C
Runsseu.
FOR SALE:-1948 Nash Sedan
"600" $175. Duty hours phone
83-2156, S/Sgt. Richard R. Wil-
son.
FOR SALE:-1948 Willys Jeep
Station Wagon with winch. $400
or bet offer. May be inpoC ed
Thursday, October 13. at 2391
Cocoli. between 12 and 4 p.m.
or call 84-8168.
FOR SALE:-1941 Plymouth 4.
door Sedan, best condition. Sam-
uels. 11-176 Amador Guerroe,
Colon.


r WANTED
q Houses f

NORTH AMERICAN FAMILY
seeking furnished 2-bedroom
chalet or apartment in newer
residential section. Call 2-1142
Panama.
WANTED: Vacation quarter
around 15 November. Refer-
ences furnished. Call Navy 2247
after 4:00.
COUPLE URGENTLY needs va-
cation quarter for December Ist.
Call after 4:00 Balboa 2-4462.
WANTED:-From November I,
furnished house with 5 or 6 bed-
rooms and garden. Call British
Embassy 2-0912 weekdays 9-12
er 3:30 to 4.


FOR SALE
Household


IHI ieh l


FOR SALE; Mahai l ivLing
reem ret. Call 85-41l or ee at
251-A Ceo al. LUk new.
FOR SALE*-- Bargaip. Leaving
for the State. Living and bad-
roopm sets. 48th Sreet, Apt. 3,
Maria lugenl Building No. 11.
FOR SALE: Bargain. Living
rom set. RCA ram., vwrdeabe.
Slit Street Ne.. Apt. i, Re-
sa Marisa Buildi"g..
FOR SALI:-Washer g.1., 25-
,cycle. good meter, pump, no
wringer, $15. Phme Balboa 2-
156.
FOR SALI:-Baby crib, spring
and mattress, good condition.
Call Balboa 2-1513.


RESORTS
FOSTtERS COTAGES. Ome mile
put Ca te. Lawow re. Phono
Belbae 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceneold.. c...ta
Sante Clar. Box 435, Blbeo.
Phb*On antd 0.1.77. CrIla-
I 3;1673.
Gramlich's Sata Ctlra Beach
Cottages. Mdecnonvenilences,
moderato rates. Phone amboa
6-441.

beech at anta Clam. Telepkono
Thompe., Balboa 1772.
GENELL BLISS' SANTA CLARA
GUEST HOUSE. Overlooks ocean
surrounded by shade trees...
private steps t" boeeh (2 min.
walk), Gas range and refrigera-
tor.... completelyy furnibled ex-
cept linen. .accommodates 8.
Barbecue, p!ing-png, putting
green, croquet, horseshoes, etc.
Nav 3l12. 1


Texas Christian Leads


Grid Teams In Rushing
ITI. -IS


NEW YORK (UP) Texas
Christian, long a main attraction
in the Southwest's "aerial circus"
and home of such famed passing
stars as Sammy Baugh and Da-
vey O'Brien, led the nation's col-
lege football teams Wednesday in
yards gained rushing.
That's right-rushing, not pass-.
ing.
Top honors in passing a r e
held by West Virginia's Moun-
taineers, who live a long way
from the pass happy -o u t h-.
west. West Virginia also h a a
gained enough yards rushing to
lead the nation In total offense
which may mean that Texas
Christian has the wrong idea4.
Using this "unorthodox". sys-
tern of running for yards, TCU
has ripped off four straight wins
over Kansas, Texas Tech, Arkan-
sas, and Alabama to equal its
entire victory total for any sea-
son since 1951.
Jimmy Swink heads the hard-
hitting array of Horned Fro g
backs and is the nation's leading
individual scorer and itssecond
leading ground gainer.


Texas Christian has called 247
running plays-and only 32 pass-
es. The Frogs have gained $1,337
yards on the ground, an average
of 334.3 per gam e. They've
gained only 155 yards passing, an
average of 39 per game. Altoghth-
er, they've averaged 373 yards
gained per game, sixth best in
the nation.


West Virginia has gained
209.3 yards per game via pass-
ing in its three triumphs so far
this season. The Montaineers
have gained even more yardage
on the ground 14 a well-balaneu
ed attack and so lead the nation
in total offense with an average
of 432.7 yards per game.
Illinois, sixth in rushing and
ninth in passing, combines t he
two for a second place in total
offense with an average of 414.0
yards gained per game.
Oklahoma, third in rushnig,
holds the same spot overall with
387.3 yards per game. Wiscon-
sin, fourth in. passing, holds that
spot overall with 384.3 yards per
game. Boston College, Fourth in
rushing, stands fifth in total of-
fense with an average of 375.5.
Behind Texas Christian's 334.3
in rushing, come Army with
326.3. Oklahoma with 324.3. Bos-
ton College with 318 and D uk e.
with 286.3.
Behind West Virginia's 209.2
in passing, comc Texas w it h


BALBOA SERVICE
CENTER
BEAUTY SHOP
SPECIAL
COLD WAVE

$7.50
Monday Thru Thursday
For appointment
Balboa 2-2959
For U.S. personnel
and their families onl.


15t.5, Drake with 10.5, Wiseen-
sin with ISS, and Georgia with
1i4s.
Wisconsin has done the most
accurate passing, hitting on 33. of
49 tosses for 67.3.
Holy Cross. has s c o.rne d the
most touchdown on passes, -eight,
and also is one of four major
teams that still have not had a
pass intercepted against them.
The others are Washington, Rice,
and Boston College.
West Virginia is the nation's
top scoring team with 42 points
per game, a total of 126 in three
games. Other high-scoring t0ams
are: Army 39.3 per game, Duke
33.7, Harvard 33.5, Denver,. 33,
Texas Christian 31.5,Yale 29, Ho-
ly Cross 28.7, UCLA. 28.5.; a d
Southern California ,27.


Otto Graham


Leads Pros


In Passing

PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 13 (W~
-VetervA Otto Graham of ] the
Cleveland Browhs and roote
Alan Ameche of the BaltimWre
Colts have moved into the W
spots in passing and ball carry-
ing In the National Football
League.
Graham has completed #t
41 passes so far this season for.
total of 393 yards and an agor
age gain of 9.59 yaes offiidl
league statistics showed Wdnes-
Eddie Labaren of the Was-
I nton redskins wis seee-d i
passia with I1 attempts ad-
25 empletions for a tetal of
472 yards *r a 9.25 aveas
gar.
Ameche, former Wisconsin AM
American making his prof -.
stenal debut this uspan, gaiaed
404 yards on- m attolepta for pn
average of 6A yardspe Howard Fe ruon' 011We OnW
Bay Packers w seconi t 2
yard.
Philadelphia'g Bob ThmLanUWi
was third Ia ps 14
average.


Fred UpotrIsn of Clevlond
was third in tW bell ytl
department,. followed Vr Ar
Webster of the NM ytk 01-
ants. Webrtr's 1" y Nard @ @ *
one mor's t e Tr gai E i of

rt^TT.to *.f* ll


Help Wanted
*%WANT I = eepeae-bh Anai-
ean or lim woman to per.
vim cao,of -two childeMm ad
S10 sad II lears for five weeks
while paremte ge on leave Oct.
21. Phone iet4 1-630.
WAITlp-*alpp.lened m rse-
maid with refeedes. Mut le*dp
In. Do net bihtkf to apply if not
qualified for the job. 29 11th
Street, -San Fransece do la Cal-
eta.

FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE K:-One 25-hp. Evin-
rude motor, 1955 model in good
Condition. latblo J135.


FOR SALE
Real Emat


WI, w.,e )
-Calbodral PIed.i
phone 2-0857.
FOR .ALE:-2.boor,' asse.
ry cottage in NvW.GOb O. Mes
quit.entrw l491 ea. 3540.Just'
compledl. New i~dondIm. Mod-
*n plumblni. .lhricety. Net
water Mhowe. Abw hem troilor
Both com aplet imt tumo
drape, distha, k huanwprof
pwer mwer, lawtoo feel, efc.
Beautiful BMac inoT lot. 100l
on Pacifki oesna 330' deep. Cad
ee color, did' piturem in Bal
boa and Critebal by pelnt4
mont. Phbeno idat 2-.047 aft.
er 4. p.m. Monday tf Thmrday.
4-7 p.m. Friday. '


Top Three Grid Teams


Rated One-Sided Picks;


Irish 7-Point Choice


Seattle. There were three on e-
point games, however, with Mar-
quette the choice over Cincin-
nati, Harvard over Columbia in
the Ivy Leagu and Ohio State
over 10th-ranked Duke In aneth-
er big intersectional clash.
All the remaining teaihs in this
week's top then also were favored
in weekend games. Georgia Tech
ranked -No. 5, was, seveft over
Auburn in the Southeastern; Cbn-
ference headline,, s.jth ranked
Texas Christian was' 10 over Tex-
as A&M -in the 'Southwest 'Con-
ference; UCLA, rated 'seventh,
was. 19I over Stanfo d-in a Paci-
fic- Coast C onfr nee 'elash- '
eighth-ranked- Wisconsin was six
over Southern California in an in-
tr-sectional game at Los Ange-
les, and ninth-ranked Navy was
thechoite by 3 over Pean State.
SOTI: Alabamt $ 'over'^Ten-
nessee; Wake Forest 7 over North
Carolina sate; Kentucky 7 over
Mississippi State; Florida 7. over
Louislana, State; Misisspi 13 o-
ver Tuiarse; West Virginia'1 o.
ver Willim & ,Mtry.
MIDWEST: Iowa 7 over" Pur-
due; Iflinois 6 over "Minnesota;
Colorado 7 over Kansas S t at e;
IfissoUri 7 over-Iowa State.


NEW YOURK (UP)' -Michigan,
Maryland asid Ol4ahoma, the na-
tion's three top-ranked colIle ge
football powers, were established
one-sided, favYrite, o win, their
Saturday gaes, ut fotrth-
ranked Notre Dane was only a
seven-point choice i o d efeat
Michigan State."
A close nationally televised
game thus appeared in store for
.the Skturday afternoon h o m e-
bodies 'in the clash 'between the
Irish, add Michigan State at East
Lansiug, M4ch. Notre Dame is in'
beaten,. untied and -unscored-upon
ip three,gimes; tha Spartans
from the Big Ten have been beat-
en only by Michigan in their three
contests to date.
Miehigan, ranked No. I .-this
-wk by' theo United 'Ptresi
board of '04ches,'was made a
21 point favorite ever North
western, and Marylaand. ranked
weed, esr'wa- a- 41 polnfr
1ick over Noreth Carolia. Okla-
1oma, ranked No. 3 I.i the war
tieo, was a 28-point choice over!
Kansas iin its :Big *Seven open-.
er,. a ording to this Week's"
"po'itse ads" listed by Ne w
York' oddanaklpr..
The only even-money game on
this week's card was the: inter-
sectional 'battle between Baylor
and the Washington huskies at,


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F eral Pwr To Cooperatives

'WA GTON, b 13 (UP) was ocialistic then beoaup
Atty. Gen. irbert- rowell Jr., th ordhd .TVA.
has ruled W government mus i The subcommittee curan
ag t fdbral power to co- .ling ito the da t i
Parative' stead f private U- l tt, sell p6wir m
tiUes u rif the co-ops do not earmest's Clark Hi 'Dm
have t~ aiis li es to handle Savannah River 'etween
the power immediately. Carolin and .Georgia.
Thorruling was made public by The GeorgL. Power Co
Fred G. Aaindah, assistant sere- wants the pow Ir, ha th
tary. of ltelror. .. a heated hear- mV ssiJihepto alI t.
ing by a Hluse government eo'- electricity c6opeirlves, -
atohis sUleommaftte investigatImg so,.aeek thAe. ow@ dp.po<
tb4 ad.poMw eslrA- RoPpowftrti e..a4p N I
cles., di get raereq ..ve
Subcommittee Chairman EarL utfe in.aleof fedral
Chudbft (D-Pa.) promptly accused duced power.
the administration of "brazen and Aandabl argued that. s
barefaced repudiation' of the law co-ops do not have tbe -
be seeking to negotiate, a contract trnsmisjon lines, eay- c
with. a private Southern utility take the power evep ,
when co-op groups were seeking eminent, agreed .teo l I
the same federal power. Bot BrowneU' opinion di
He called the secrecy surround- ly 15, skid tht if the Sv'
inr Drowell's July decision, had offers to buy from a
which was revealed only Tuesday utility and a cooperative
"another example of the Don-"prferene" group, the
tes echque that has evident- meant "must contract 'w
1i become common, practice in preference customer "
executive agencies." Brownell added i:
Rep. Chales R. Jonas (D-N.C.) done "on condition'th
accused Chudeff 6of "misrepr- priority customer "w*I,
sentation of the faets" and usin a reasonable tUme to- be
thej.nquiry to express '"Utled by the Secretary of lt erl
views, Rep. Clare E. Homan tin the mans r making
(R-Mteh,), blittifja Democrtiatl llveing the -powe r
tacks on. Aadahl, said it*wi as
"not fair to 011 a public official I- u
ere. and pan the gizardout Religious.Mov i
1'.o "DL .On JapanTo B
Rep. WflliaR L,. Dawson (D-)111 .) *, "
.r.PiY at a dag',8 earUer Shown SiOWndn y
de po- yati Iiavnelet- Val
ley Authrity .a'a"ederal sociai- The'Foursquare ol

oc ais.Mid -it has benefited inig'ord i Jpoll O'S u
thepieispdf the Upited S tw eVeeing, at 7f0,
ore. ,..a "any ..ther, pr.jet;.S .Two motia ..etr4 ;toell
g.fs klM.'N the world' and .WU If. I. rvv that i swee
the pattern for imullar projects ver Japan today. Rev. .I
abroad. 'IeMia- the epleaenta$Ivu
.'i theirr words, ocaisf is merioan ie Soeety i
e ttn for thermd tort P a wll deliver a
sliDaw b the motion pictu
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'). -- H- to just "Oreste"*tor his movie de-
Lawg but in "The Vagabqnd ibg" but
Sxbr e not Mr. .iAbpem about It.
.'.,- ,... ,veThe star and 0t o lUttled for
_a yg~a over the name chAnge and,
-. j..:.. o-' he just told m e:
l'^ la^ e ."I Itill prefer both names but,
t i ^.. Jeff I Paramounf'a the boss."
o ne he -me tal afnI"i The Witaet: Jod Wyue saw
et ti from AMo i. t. Qi igp ln a e Imesear
hie .I sheesays.o a San Francire d fthlmng ofa
"Blood Alley": "Phae do o ert
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It's ,hffor IUaga Turer onM tim."
44 4at %E& ,8 . Bsa ncbi'.
pr.' Hr missed a da .t work NOT IN TRE SCRIPT: Tom
desite severe headaches lgineg Ewell, about his rise to fame in
V. afterrthat concutslon.... I.tlr the stage and movie versions of
Wllams.' of .a co e "The Seven Year Itch" after beat-
on Milton' ele's flrt Hoywo lliaglhis hands raw oa the doors of
TV show was a bigger surprise 'Hollywood's casting offices:
than her appearance in a black
wig. NBC was her back fo "I was lucky to be th rght
more elowning.-vad splashing In place at the right tUne. Without
a bgSS poolfor her owa spec- lies and lati without the
+. 'X." "- rjgb. -'-- -
'" __ gt anywere. M lsM -an ^ ,
0, &! A fan maauiane'i Lrea" paltern can pa'st and witeors can
dLy polainl t m-J write alone. But an actor needs the
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oEr -1r014 e ....I. ..eI ' '- "
b erThis Is Hollywood, Mrs. Jones;
Hollywood kiddie to his mama: Director Norman Taurog's finding
"The tqach-rgbtt me home for it difficult to cast a bul .with an
PlivAn Jl-ckI' aversion to Jerry Lewis for the
Miama,- F ,playing jacks?" next Martin & Lewis comedy,
1 y as th ole-not planation:
fat he'd be .playing the ,er
of three.ean-jager-w.as Claudette "I'm looking fir one that fit#
Colbe$krtason bowin out -as Jerry's personality."
tckt Benny's wife in-alorthombig ---- .
W veusolqof "TI4e Out for Gin- It's 3 yeas! f marriage ftf.the.
ger" o CBS. & Ott Krugers. . Howard eel's
.*.Jack 'by the way, gets. uranium asking MGM for thie off this 'n-
fever IAi of telefils this ter for a Foneert tour .. .Richird
fg lanh.:' ualured a b~ (Vedlc) Boone and his wife insist
oaf e-l t ais o rt of thalg there's no.trUth.to the separation
dafg the gold rpsh days." talk. They just returned with the
-- - --- kiddies from a' week's vacation.
Errit "Fdotsteps I the Dark," is due fbr Rose of Texas) George's latest is
a, remake at Warner Bros.. Gig an out-of-this-world jazz number-
Young spay star ip the suspense "When the Saints Come Mar-
thriller... AMtA watching Wl- tian In.
.am Wyler swbat 'it. out during
filml of "The Desperate Hours, More than 70,000. retired Army
Humphrey Bogart renewed his veterans are drawing retirement
pledge never to beeone a director. checks amounting to approximate-
"Acting," sys Bori, 'is such a ly $15,000,000(M) a month.
nice coy racket. spoi it?" -
Detroit has more factory work-
PARAMOUNT CLANGED opera ers than any other major city on
tic warbler Oreste Kirkop's name a per capital basis.


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l Balba YMCA Salvalonl Army
Outdoor Advenpures in Pana- The annual harvest festival of
ma, a course dealing with the the Salvatiop Army, Colon Cen.
Jungle, rivers and sea of Pana- tral Corps, will be held on Sunday
ma, will oit on Ot Tuesday, at at the 14th Street Corps hea d-
7:30 at the Balboa, YMCA-USO. quarters.
.. I Sectional officer Sr. Capt. Ed-
The opening talk will be by ward Hodgson will conduct both
Wesley Townsend, Canal Zone the morning and evening services.
civil engineer; Hela thoroughly The preacher for the morningm
conversant with his subject service will be Rev. Father M. J.
having .lived o the Isthmus Petersen of Christ Ch u r c h By-
moat 'of his life. He h also, The Sea. Rev. John Rodgers will
crosed- throhgl thie-jungle sev-,preach at the evening service.
eral times at ald different plac-'
.e. V is subject will be "Jungle, The harvest program will begin
IrUlfW at 2:30 p.m. Sunday School chil-
idren will present' their baskets of
Why .o-int the jungle, what fruits. As a novel attraction chil-
to expect, ha to wear, what dren will select colors to match
m.ent ttken .pre-..e baskets, and prizes will be awards
eautmeons tae andmr'y.a re- o ed to those" selecting appropriate
cautions are necessary. are some colors by J. W. Linkeman.. The
Sthe subjects to be covered. chairman will be Rev. H. A.
Townsend will also show slidesI Blake headmaster of C h r i s t
of various locales he has ex- Church Academy.
plored.
Thr i n S even prizes are offered by va-
There Is no charge fr therious community workers: Coun-
course and those interested may 1cilwoman Gwendolyn G r i n 1 o n; I
register at the YMCA. Rev. Blake: Ower B. S h i r le y;
___ Rev. Limkemann; one from Rev.
--"'. Petersen; Young people's ser-
geant major" Eric Salkey of the
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Miss Rosalina Jeanmarie, I o c a 1
CARE representative Rev. John
Spaldings. Deacon of the Episco-
pal Church, and Miss Dolores Ev-
ans. (America Salvationist.)
North Dakota now has 500 pro.
during wells.
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Balboa Grid Contest Picked To Win This Wee

The Green Wave of the Junior College will meet the Rams of By STEVE NIDER over Columbia. Dartmouth, over Ida, War U
he Athletic Club tonight at the Balboa Stadaim. United Proer Sports Writer Lafayette, Pennsylvania over Farolina
The J.C. team will have to play the *remainder of its game Oeorge Washington, Pitt Tulane
S jhasu the stellar sem-es of Its sparkplug, little Willy McKeown. NEW YORN Every one of over Nebraska, Princeton over i td
S The J.C. captain wAs injued In the B.H.8. game Friday night. the nation's top 10 college foot- Colgate, Bucknell over Temple,
Dick Seely was also injured in this battle but is expected to see ball teams, headed by mighty Lehigh over Gettyaburg. ViTrgpl ia Tecof ...
S some service tonight. Michigan, ia on the list of prob- MIDWEST Yirgaia over Mr.
The Athletic Club will also be hampered by the loss of key able winners for this weekend. Notre bame over Michigan
S personnel due to Injuries incurred in ts game with the Cristobal A few have relatively easy State iornung the differ en .QUTWce.
Tigers last Thurday. The A.C. has lost Bill Nickliher for the sea- tasks while others like Notre Mihigan over Northw=e Tex as i
son due to a fractured ankle. Dame Georgia Tech, Texas -Score is unpredictable. nda Ii
Dyer, Dare, Smith, and Fox are also on the Injured Ust but Christian, Wisconsin and Duke Duke over Ohio State But Rle v l4
Smay be preed Into service if the need is great. will need an all-out effort and it's risky business, dist On bS tM
S The line-ups feo tonight's game are: perhaps a few breaks to prevent Oklahoma over .Kansas p -P
JUNIOR COLLEGE ATHLETIC CLUB sliding out of the treasured 10. Wide edge in power. h -.--ft I
Also: Purdue over Iowa, I- 1 uesswork bole
No. Player Fa.Liion Plyer. No. But the three leaders should nesota over Illinois, In Al: Houston over O
73 z Vomme, M. LT Fo x 1 keep matters in hand without over Villanova, Marutte over A. and M. Arisona sverl
45. Vowel, J LT oa, J. 7 much trouble and it's Michl- Cincinnati, Missouri over Iowa Western, San Jose over; N-w
48 Herring n. LG Dfan, D. 7 an over Northwestern Mary- State, 'Colorado over Kansas Maxico.
SC Dyer, T. d over North Carola and State. R'WT
82 Fishbough, C. RG Lomedico. D. Oklahoma over Kansas as the Wis oona Over Southrn Cal-
34 Th emas, J. RT Dansoy, GT. three titans continue their SOUTH ifornla.-eolthes ~ay.
4 a Jtoferles, RE Jordon, T. 13 pursuit of the national chanm- Maryland over Nbrth Carolina a .C.L.A. ver Stn orld-Wlth
61 Malne RH Row ey, B. 20 plonshlp. -TeTps e~e too slick. Itr power stfkf. .....-.'= ...
.__.- "_. Georgiar T ch ever Auburn Washington over Dulor __ ... .
.64 Mackown, J. LF Mannn, A. 2 -EAST -rugged test for Bambl Huskies a u rise. VO- ahaiIpL n O h ge
~2 BlskslA. F Tottle, . 12 Wreck. so: W b gtoa te. over Ft. Al g prs by. a
S R B svBrown 42Navy over Penn. State But Kentucky over Miusiappi Idaho, Ca4forml ve Otreon, tal .. lfr el M
^ Se'-, u -- B B owm C 42 probably not a romp. State-/One of day's closest. Oregon State over CoUee ofPa' Lea-l L* i n,. in __ .
S Sa '.'an ieg H -- E o..b, """ A .Yale over Cornell Better Also: Vanderbilt over Chatta- icfle and In the Rockib:, Utah yat .w e Vu L.l 4-fMir,
S15 Sharp.nstein, L. -- B Cucal6, 43 balance So far. nooga, Georgia over Floridal ofr Denver, Utah State over ur P. Lawrenee s 8p- Ai FBlbrook,1/t .
-9 o nrD. E G G 'Harris,.' 6 Army over Syracuse-It's eas- State, Louisiana State over For-Montana, Wyoming over Tualo S,-Sm Jo n .
'ft..Gibbsan D.E-Hrs. 5 iler athome. .
S--U Maddox, G. T E Malcolm, R. 64 MAro: Boston College over De "".. '
SGau, R. E Nelli, J. 3 rAlso: Boston College over Dr-
3 | Itr oit, Boston U. over Drake,
3 2Fogel, R. E T Foster. T. 81 Brown 6ver Rutgers, Harvard
-14 Neboa, A. G T DesLondeo, J.
84 rR ley. J.eF Bron^rr r Records, Future Rivals of Nation's Grid Tes
S Wood..C osterbaan * *


Hoople Dismisses StaffCoach Of Week Follow YourFavorite T ms Progress Weekly
I *I I\ T.L l- ID DALABAMA 'M CfADE DIANE H D0 1 OUSTON uiA(SMi5rW5 INEBRASKA INN. TATI TAMPA VILLAOVA
Likes Auburn Over. Tech In .Poll :::.. m1s s S U. 13 3 e a
0. s Ten.. a.., orn1 . ^C 1.0. .. A&Mto ^ I |R 0
0. 22 Min.Ustate 2. 9 3iWash. is 9I 2 Tecsh. 1 32I7I 0 .r s A-M I ..at Va OnS
2B y LLOYD NORTASD 0.0. 1 at alostoa U. c 0. Is at Pitt. P1. O O.

toda I Shave aW upon it with Alabama 14, Te.nessee 13 te s tea t I i. s ... CA. A 0 a

By drasc dispatch! My two assist- Texas 20, Arkansas W v eitereas O et m ather *t. colored 14Nus. O.t Wi'nm&5 a aISt .1 -t. 7 .C m ,r, n, m taso s2... '
tsmen I've heretofore regard- Auburn Georgia Tech 14 co St day it happened. S W TX. So 1.I lb s a 1 D te t u
dismer of the Ued. Florida 14, L..U. 7 wondrou Wolvenes of 0. a ron N. n N. 5 at Na 0. Ore. 15 Tenn. 0a. S Wake or1t t. kotreDm O.I t Lhlgh i i
S hunter, scientist, fokinventor Sou e Sethodist 2 ice 13 for e 'st n n ni a s a t .. S. "e 14 ma sa fmN.l.. Nr. f12 ,I Pi. SR .i N. a .at
madexplorer,' who will mae the Tex1. ChristaS Texas AIM 1 ven witg ostraan te coLrAT lepu-IA uM c af. CI N. ..t i as s N. is Wm & .y TE. 'TE N. "24 vPI, Soke


selections I for every Saturda. C i 1 Un reass Coh te AssNAa . ra aa
. It 1 sOA-M. 14 miCa 1 55 e t.L ..CARL.NA. "1lo 2 U 212
e et. o Al 1, Ta l eIn str I ide n an ulcer pra oducing ew ui so A. M A t. IS't te It n a tSL I t MR. a.i. I., e anA a t a


pro n admat w oo a men I've wef regar- A r 1, G g Tc 4 c d b. O'.A-al IS 1 r r.
ad 4a s sbove reproach, 'v curtly Baylor 20, W ashington 14 o he reaturda y 1 icto appened.,o s. Ts .ex ."w qL 0.' V as t 4L Car. 0. n plus, i s;-Fag at 1'='.Ss.0T. | 0 wa. vn ,_7_tu_"=t
Thsewondrous Wolverines of 0."N5 Tex1 Wetan t M-or.t 0 0. ate t N.iSta N.131. It N.a lUN.
i mied Fod L U tON. 1 N Simt'n O. reis annl O. Tennm. ee N. 1T at Pensnm N. at Kenmucky N |N. Nm'
tie Army Cadets, wonan c2 uonttB sA. 2T9 Abrk 0. tIaWe atL ru NSrman Na1 e Cnrnl la







p ie and ,albetterne"he reasoned. "We St V Sl bSS *14, Mississippi 11 V t ,1 2 C1e*uM 7 N. N1IA
l.n ..,...fo thefirstBy ItmNITED aRNSn haven frt tehad a long snstaed S. Sae *-.A s 7 S.. 5 02.2.-- I. ,n ot uao oNS .1 Tnara aia, M.



e h scientist, BASEBALL march yet, dot even In the Mis- 13oXn1 m fSt Ba 14 S fi a35A2iz LS y i TE"at 152 XASBo STATE 0.1Soatw i S S'm M
esy-gongBennle Oostrbaan the COIGA I OA t -t tI .V



elSte Louo CardinleEdde Stan- points ite d Pre ally oik the o ee c ItA S. l U. 0. a o N. 1e PUim Dae ait= at Harvard ,



.h, ky.-predicts Leo Durocher will few of those 7u alnd 3 yard u*n o t a. :I IOWA STATE 0. a 7., _-i 0.1 r Oa : I N. :, ..- ,N.a, Sgt Van
return to haseball soon. Stanky drives." 14 s' N. 1 sloao Ate N 1a The Cite T Deuvar Ir N. nPN o. 2u iadwmtern . i SKO N. 5 8t P1t
SDrocher-who recently re- Oosterbsan, who waks matters Ht N Nrat L l. g II N. 1 o a S at s0. t. nlaDu N i N SN S Wke es




signed a ma or of the Ne w coach of the year in his first AUBURN COLUt1 IA D. satTampa. .sGou ~ N. 13 Marquette 1 : "N 1 i
York Qnt~ be back In season, co uld be heading for the l slrow 12 FLOR IDA o. a p. l TM Nse s
AC :lU.iAaJC-0..22 cu.0.Iaa 020 St.In pt449s. 9 1A 91wh. 4 N









baseball after a prod vacatio f same honor again because one the Kuucky 14 7. Pric le D. t w oSr
and an opportunity to be with victory over the Cadets boosted o .I at oa. Tech. 14 T.ale u *A M .. Stat 14 N. S a M r O T N & 1r 40. 15 t
The Oie Boy oo his family.ovr as coach 0c r L n i- N. t N.C0.- -T .. 0. 2Mal- land io.T N. m
ain IOU tont. iwN I tat 1 0"a. tm N A. e1t "16A 4nat1 NNFitwN is m 21.A VAiab m
Author ie t n t o~-o Bad fCoce.2 eami. .N.-N.ar tis nU VIOW-. 31 a 2140.n oaea N25 19.atPI5 en nSt. Sa I









'pots horYou may wonder what went havh at didn't surprise him.rpal pointing 11lo nW. 1a o Ientucky o ip.e a .nna NT A.
|d MaurO murnt axans Jhn TU" N IT N.ian. 5 N.' atre IDmse at -Tlr 0.I. CeET
to the ream of the run ning The king of the three-year- o. u o. Pton N. t S t








ot*ny xtn to hcu eym l csanged wftho i700 occ Cus orlder 191oe1 gl sie te seI UNS:-CON an N 1 OhS. Stais m. 5 Ab iN. 3 N. 5
-tagome Gold Cup race ohen Saturd.reaoned. atrm oy o. .at P l.e AAS S Staw at M
ttBy UNITED PRESSlhaven't had a lon sustained s5r am 442&2 e 16 e It. Clr.. f I. o.. mn?'' .L. N. at k




ad Bmarch yet, enot even Int at mont o ot m ri a 1. a o. 0 w a. o I15C o








.r hpeir b) torcataslPithr Hoie rnss y Gpergiato bamthelm -ju g, atMa sOl ho asAT k 2N. CWuatuN. L rO7 DAE 0 2At 0 .A STATE
e ,noa The former asa ber Ofaour game when wehe s o.2 be=ess o a..s .t our . 03a3. at at T T' a 8





' he k l- io/n y ccuh laothio soe, w nas e r f aaond hi fe l eofarh ye a rhe w asoriandute a f te._rbe0. N _few C m /.. ru ,. ;V 1t5 :iSt "E aM. D atoh
reur team s s-alO sNa, th.e drive sN ia o'"da. T e oN. h I e s 4. .. I at. r. an.O" .a . STici n
Sy sir st as O-S nrey nI min. Polrte ay u TALA A nEwh a OcaN ted. N3 ... 1a t_ l, T. N_. 3 "ti a rrdoiI S. I


Jus emagie myast entwas Thnkie b ayouth heM Coachat Teo a wa n a s isnt c c ins N. 1iU0 .UM t T T. 32 .D0.attampc.' N. 25 Baylo 050 AIi5
e rI" iea cind they were Peete d ferbo h averino se S an f ootb eUhal b ueb ad bad f, t k It B ll N "I L'ati" at_ VCrDn 0. .0 V. g












touted byr F' "7 Jtockey Ton Desprlmto will be mand Tuesday and denied reports 1 U yaNle CO NE L t a 1 M nion 1. 9a Cte Wotor b w"a. 0" M. 5 WSke w
.e 3 N. Caraleas 7 dischar e oreromi Ph y rclans1he d worked the team too hard 14. ? N co O .Aubur t ? a It
ag. at he 14, avy e Hospi3a. n ahfew days. A ho-, vei-tfor rs24-20 loads week to r. i Sadet s i :C a* te4 2 St at11 N C a re t1 s ,n, A A" IA / i o : S/-.
I Mtoth a the pital spokesman sayo the th former ei-nia T.oht. s inathe eree-eon 0I ua s. U c w . t- 1"o at SC 0 ow. 3n wt. I 5-. dert. /. a3 t Wa
hose Dld Beam fl 0e ntioe .a head in h... .. a i:so 1r nq'e-w Iua"tr.showM.s0.leMOt a 2 1 CN. 2 2A McK. N. s i L....
rdysimrov en si r tigsoEfthU neId rPee saN.arug Mu St t Iw 0 ., 0 A StCr Nl. 1 i. a. . -s oImA a
to u an, extent they a, d lion s atA former 0 a00'Jockey lub fCah. .2 1 N.. .. |,i I. '1I .iartm'usLUIOAat51M _2. IlN. 12ate Las l/.ette 4 TCU














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xOnPgea6 ve broug ghdt -ag formal IhN.ha Ga. Jam.iIT a .
S ho, p G-l tiang ea s e.te Semrty bil 'ed lasinsea t teI t Pa 5 N .2 ON Nrt. 95 e.at lN. am N I. g5 Si cN A.a t A 5 a
4r h u i ve taklen o o ntarl n form pNashu" before he a oUx9 mN1.Iat T.M> 1. U 1t0te 21n a & =in Sa af t t a.
t seleetions witheo herebelinp frthe foroe wintaers n in Fnori- rsr o.,s.IsSd. U.N,,AIs
li ke a bit arezy ,"ThinktinggC atom Ni ents hisce I 1,3the 0' I. .tin l.*..0.2.atYalAt0. A
s' oI'the seaso.o d the n nn The oiny other three-ys ear- TA-1--AH, SSEEu. Oct93(P- N.0. 0. No' a u -' .Car9 11" ,



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&,ivesig .et.Sund aydsn "morninget Chrie ot.'2p State n' O Se e U1 N. --" C,.o ,u*IaU WW VIRGw--

/ : ....b IiaiII .m2, Harvard 12 u'n sitrough a rough two'hour scrNm- 12 at CI 1 N.1 at .- Holty Toue.- N.,X5 a Ilr II I h.
oJestT Io C nyast! ihme Tuesday and denied reports Ul Yale IV y you O.hhKeha 0. uatMIc hW EL 12 O.iS M. 4 Wike Nea S
.,,- I a vyHoapyta Tin Dafewdy"Ao wi I0befr is2a0lsls we t ..at na 5' 1 .' t S A
I to te ba y Fmola eovH r eb l co c natiohn..cham pion has. hi k ur la taua teoloat20'., I th nk'r lN. Car. St.X ,7Iat
S-th.e y.met#1B el N. Poll0 ,1u81oNa r.k a, 10. -01. _. i .
14,hIowawhomma rked isplovemen 8 t. ing1agast2 atHarvard 0
DeAp-h rl suffetredenbnain ltce w o Te_-- --gof th.hree-yer-' s ointobe.orehar wok UC o. 1n frd N. los- ,,n ,41 a u-0. 22


game that saved them Imn a v m F .A.I as I i u l .|1
lei sided defeat .s nnm e 7l t.aSWA ~. '. .. '.-'L NI- -.s
Halfback Billy Odeom's -yard Us W St. Na a I fge NC Is l 41 1
touchdown run moved him up to 0 o.lio.,res on n190Ith S ,S!ii& '*.,,I U-kIorher qI.m n I
the first team, apd quarterback o. a l ,cIs. a i a. 15 W
Vic Prinul, who bucked over for O: Wah Ino* t. 2.-1-3 I. ug
N.5Weleu I54 dL f. t.
another score, has been ahead of W. Is Ore m n1 1 9 4Mist. 4 .A=. I Q. N t
star passer Len Swantic in drills N. 19 sieener j x. 1w t o g s33.a
since the Tech game. However, iHATTAN0iA t1. I i a ,
Swantic's passing was the Semi- .:.
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Severe i stobal has the Yellow Jackets second me. dole or one of the nation's best.Look for and ie
5. STAINLESS T CAP s h t weakness on pass de- it paid off. His ends, ad flhting machines will become "ad c TAPE
s.. .MSTEELC"-0cacandl littl p epsse useless-bhut quick.h
Of a thrd oncUte n but It is doubtful if the and Philip Dur, roammd & At quick
ShI5iip. Bulldogs, with their tremendous and far while grabbing off Through the local press and
6. ALWAYS A FBSLY- Tomorro w night at seven the .re wil tke to the crte tovesof pitcher t rad ot .an hfave coIi wTe to
rtor r D S to the en alr, If they do there isa classy Peterson to win from a et- A '*t oglas as a devastating Ta, ap.LI
INKED POWINT | Ml-oi w uarterbafk nmed Ed Scott or ined Wildcat. squad, 1. td Ler thus making him on
emobh press of cap button tur ball has been Ihoe- fallck Ken Wheeler to do To date the Crusadbrs and of the brighter spots on the dark
ad seat to ew w g pton comlg mf v l et of the tossing. Yellow Jackets lead the but local ban e d. feats like
isN Ma t 0 K i t 2ck-off et I slevet o'clock the Fighting Irish a d at with any mor defeats k
M. Ho a Indroves to ad tomorrow should find both are battling to stay ea SUnay'- the spark will certain-
7. ROTATING BAIL AND SEAI wIto te in top. condition for tion. Marshall ie bur out.
7Aan "twS 2antur- Imporntcontest Both aside tndard are
avlds wr'. .i.prvnt leaking &BB teamss l d be at near fU durein a r TOUGE TO BLANK
reff force, the only doubtful starter winning.
tbe being CrListob All'nn tRobi- a n ~'NUW YORK (N]A) The Yen-
Blue the fasagUIrtio of nette, whose Injury In the last nw hiM teair tabJ jref sut eat y fi ve a
football O the Ims C. game has hu on a bit, R feu hehas drtg regular AmericAmran3
Cristbal' bbed eforti ha lot- loner than c. Tomorrow Rig from t e to guad ws league play this year.
tedtbem M e a t's winner w be o `a Itructons to barrelift M D*itribut..: .0 ATLAS, S A.
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ftier! "s- "To Prove !Fred .Hutchinson Frantic Frank Lane

Tre St s Are Bt out Named To Pilot Expected To Set Pace
IStr es A ,-Nt Out
St. Louis Card NEW YORK, Oct --A terof hect
Trading in the player market is in project for M
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Oct. 13-.-(UP) jor league baseball with frantic Prank Lane setting
-Fred Hutchinson, former De- the pace as usual.
troit Tigers pitcher and man-
Ager who piloted the Seattle There's a trade-minded execu- burgh. .
Ralners to a Pacific Coast tive in almost every front office Stoneham has a high batting
League championship this year, including rooklyn and the Yn average on his des Hedon'
yesterday was named manager kees, who have served notice al- go to market often but his, re-
of the St. Louis Cardinals ready It's not safe to stand pat suits are amauu. In 1901, he
The announcement scarcely for 195. landed a pennant wh ea
came as a surprise. Lane, however, figures to stirbrigig A Drk and Eddie
The 36-year-old right-hander up the biggest fuss. He always Stanky from Boston. e won an
Shad been conceded a wide edge does. A one-man "gasouse other pennant in 5 wh
over the other two candidates gang" himself Lane will be deal- deal enticig Johnny AntoCelt
for the Job-one unidentified g for the t. Louis Cardinals and Don Liddle froma aw et *.
and the other the Redrds' instead of the Chicago White abe Paul a busy tde
1955 nianager, Harry Walker. Sox but his needs are about the and RicBey, who has Ibrea I.1
But the Cards' new general same-only a few key deals to concerned with ris youth .I-p:e
manager, Frank Lane, had con- produce a hot pennant contend- In recent seasons, is unpredista-
trived to create a cloak-and- er. ble ut always, dnernus. I
S. dagger atmosphere over the Lane, who couldn't catch the The Amerl Le ee, en
choice which was his alone. Yankees in eight years of trying without Lane, has p'ty
SHutchinson arrived here Tues- with the White ox, may find native ade le b
day and attempted to register the Dodgers an easier target Rihards of Ba and
as "Jones." This device failed even though the Brooks made eold Johnson of asssa ('t y
when the room clerk reported a the National League race a rout who are anxious to plague
full house and a friend obtained last season. their fae in pew Amieridu
a room for him- by identifying The Cardinals finished a sad League cities.
him as a ball player. seventh but chiefly because they Add to that pair Hank Oen-
Hutchinson, whose best year bad too much youth at certain ber, of the Indians Oe
with the Tigers was a 17-8 mark positions. The young talent not Welss o fthe Yankees nd Wa s
In 1050, holds the American traded will be a year older and ington's Old Fox, Clerk Orilith.
League record for the pitcher wiser. That crowd probably can m
'Gfl NG THE DOPE Kid Zefine II gets some tips from his trainer, the original Kid Ze- allowing the most home rns In Brooklyn remains the bih
fi before a wkout at the Marfon Gym yesterday. eine II training hard for his e ht- a season. He was touched for 32 team and young replacement tha ree ae
ro d feature bout with Toto Ibarra Sunday at the National Gym. Old Zef, who retired round-trppers in 1948. over- fr the aging hands are be flesh d-blood plers to td.
NEW YORK (NA) Jimmy thing literary except writing off acve boxin six years ago, after holding the bantam and featherweight titles for years pays all major league efforts earned developed at a comfortable rate. .










Sf Btlt ee i ;) a record of 96 victories and 71, t som o maae W
Carter as turned te once fa But the regular t im t all he knows to his charge. "I'm doing m art n teaching him the a record of victories and 71 In fact, some of manager Wal
t as dtho able Wednesday night fight of e suds trick." a Zef. "It's up to him to put what he learns into effect. I'm making. no predictions defeats. Alston's kids saved the Dodgers
lhtwe t class into something people so becomes of national in- on the outome of Sunday match, but I'll say one thing for sure: Whether that 'Toto boy' As a ajo lea e manager, from another embarrassing col-
resembaing.a food slot a terest. knows it or, not, he'll be having one helluva fight on hila handsilAnda7 1g1t." he replace Rolfe with lapse last season. Because of
Atomat.e sthe Tigers in eighth place on this, the Brooklyn executives
items pop out. reversals of form to title bouts. July 5, 195. They flIShed have already announced they
T- --rld ... a- --He's obtained paydays treating there. They were six* in 1953 won't "standpat" and the res|
The world championship p, a b ach Heas obaie pya tpeatin mand fifth in 1 o5e. bf ti f offic lineup In
been hold by tree different Indi non title opo nents the same way and f f th ra 1 Car of the front office lineup in
viduals' other than himself since -Armand savoie among them. In Only one other Cardinal man- both leagues show a shrewd o
ethe haelee o process, he has bult up a so ager in 588 years, Eddie Dyer, was anxious trader in every swivel
ed -the title toLaour als, a po-tou r two notably the one with a former pitcher. southpaw Dy chair.
ery but untalented Los An-el ~ TommyrClln Boston. er, whose tenure lasted from Lane brings new seat to the
ewci, May 14 195, Next 1948 thro sh 19050 won a St. National League buthe'll dis-
came Paddy 'DeL Marco of Brook SMINTH, A WILLING and hard Louis ennant anu a World Se- cover he has to spend more
la and now we have the nonde- puncher who had gotten exactly ries victory over the Boston Red money in travel and t4o one
ec lpt.Wallace Bud Smith. nowhere th o h the years sox in his first year. tolls for fewer aeual d trae In
Carter of court, managedcoiinApril'Pis did in his dirty days at Chloe-
r crown ea time and It was another one of those TV old D ust go.
w th favoritee to do theh min abltly DtHis front-office "foes" include
as tiQnwheOn he meets Smiththing at Its si, and the good a corps of Dodgers, oabe Paul oi
Satar- 15-roundes match at the ean to erspromptly askedBi HERBERT MOISE the Redlegm, Horace ste1semm
,same iti1 when he meets Smi ath ta t rtrn an asf COLON -- Last Sunday, a of the Giants and tKe o mas-
in othe 5-round match a t the way ais possible. cinati Is far memorible day inlocal boxing,ter-Branch Rickey of Pitts-
Ccinat gardens, Oct. 19. en ough hNewDUganders, but I we watched Herbert Iouglas go
Tor a an Cartern h ag It fa r noht for the Rhineland- through an ordeal that we are
worked hard athssoh$ byera?.Thereis some excuse for the
dumm'i tN aupare-lv tear- match in Cincinnati, however, .In- etys il sr e
mined ta., member. PRICES. -
inat leato, troe sati aeot Wn s tto hisol haome o r.. In his six-round semifinal
out-That wouldmreaakal :hiKnmetchume h asstthe reIs nothon WLitV, s do / re eetoutingdp-roie o
SwerTdtZJ ha b w .l ane w O at the en:ocmaleeUn., Ip:eh0, :4a, 6:5r, 3:00 p.
oV bin r ol boe reverses ab lerexo. odueInog five minutes and 59 seconds ,cr-
record, IWilieKetihum, haverbe- ar iser Orexcited Loabout uoooonwas.a goodfight In all aspects. T VOV IN
Woard e eo b feed oboxdingsand.if his legosphaven'adonebac, Thef tans enjoyed it, and .ISI
comerafsl strange to s rtlthose who rooted
writers, gags as the result of this on him, he should be able to hand-
situation, whlch would be highly dle Smith.. forDouglas liked the result of
nh t AnyNold near.old-mimers'in the boutParadoxioaluaspit ma
Nt bWY .orkWhoL a rn i tGma .lsound,.they'liked It because
geakc ohb .e. uslees oftodokahoary.xecItwll
doesn't taki a bl. Silvers to beses the pleture it the, rodWr y .h of Herby'shboxing shortcomings
funny about a fighter who almost TWalker +and iTon .canConr.-o'; were revealed.
4uto1 v llyoe when mak e aono e wall# and when othMgs BOWLING- Veteran standout M/Sgt. George Zleous receives bowling trophy from Col..L.C. Believe it -or not, on ourtrip
. fitvrlad telein, thenes atake aoow aal tblto thity tl e hpia cnnder tlAU
jo1 rnridicl yen aksy e ono h Plttman, It. Amador os.tcommander. Zelee led 62nd MRr UtowinoIn post company level w Her co
jb aWoridaouse a the m em onthe s ,bowling league. Chao lost on six points In 64 chances for a 10-point margin over second oons He pu-
he vro7let0t- ed nood e Bk e pTh ADU, HQ hCA Capt. Leo B, P rlschonwsit .MoU waon nandn_ ng officer, loo ks ageou sovr pun A
were 7otTnotoJsome the bntethere to of helook itsthem Juatoikeep Plces he aer boyO"Ment-andh glaring lack of
wl-ls p- ba on at right. Other. members of team in backgrOund (eft to r ight) are:. Pfc. Lawrence e defense. n his ging ac
wod be little neeordoin y things in properbltpartially hidden fc. Doneal P. McClarty, Sfc. Lawrence Conr ad, Sc. Lloyd W. Prechitel, Pfc. This Writer listened to every
Norbert schurhoff, fo. Louis Carrillo and i let. Samuel L. Galimore. U an pt) one onoly to come up with ae
(Ubs. A y oto) thought about this promising
youngster's future. A poser In It- f AI
r To p ul a m e P l Splstell, the thought ran, or rather
'obenodIe r oie -.4- bert Douglas ever blossom into
AdJusth g quickly to the back- the type of fighter expected of
,o to-school routine the ltads of the Minsu-
U ntiou se n eeCristobal junior High School Atrone time during his ama-oAisod"VISTAISIO VSSM
oe n15 oeentheoEWdhstill found time on their hands teur ascareer, Dou.1s dislyed
2. At.M t.LHoRper b ap Lo h o o and turned to the tintra-miural ability that piced( m n a Class
football pram. l by himseltHere in Colon h
TSTAnde h ha ve ben Od a t woorkeenlghey, Marshall Fields and Jamer lb. class, so he took on and bat- WAO -$11.
e.Ol BA E BuickT ANTDINGS have -been hard at work seeking Palumbo were elected captains tered Into submilsoti much AvaelerIn
er e Won Lost Tie out some of the bigger boys to of their teams and action has heavier boys. "MOGwenO d"ecte A
B. H. 8 ........... 1 0 0 boisr the defense aa eent i been inderay since earl, in As he moved closer to his pro- Greer Garson, in
boas kfid. member on the Cristbal y efessional ethin hs tc
J. C .............. z Milton Grover seems a of football field many defects In his fihtigtac-
defensive tackle slot and young An a starting attraction the tlcs which we had not noticed.

















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Puerto Rican

Nationalists

Lose Appeal


-WASHINGTON, Oct. 13 (UP).-
The U.S. Court of Appeals today
.upheld the convictions of four
fanatic Puerto Rican National-
ists who shot up the House of
Representatives on March 1, 1954.
Five congressmen were wound-
ed when the four Puerto Ricans
- three men and a woman, fired
16 shots Into the House chamber.
The Puerto Ricans received long
prison sentences.


The Appeals Court dismissed
the main contention of at-
torneys for the Puerto Ricans
that they should have received
a psychiatric examination and
that the Jury here should have
decided whether they were
sane at the time.
The Appeals Court pointed out
that three government-appoint-
ed psychiatrists had found the
Puerto Ricans sane.
It ruled that District Court
Judge Alexander Holtzoff was
correct in refusing to submit the
8nity question to the jury.
The three men, Rafael Cancel
Miranda, Andres Flgueroa Corde-
rd, and Irving Flores Rodriguez,
were sentenced to 25 to 75 years
hnLrisonment for assault with
-.intft to kill and 16 to 50 years
(or assault with a dangerous
weapon.
* The woman is Lolita Lebron.
She touched off the shooting
when she arose in the crowd-
ed visitors' gallery waving a
Puerto Rican flag and shout-
Ulg, "Free Puerto Rico!"


ajand."
I The shooting occurred at about
:30 p.m. March 1 when 243 con-
guesamen were Voting on the
H4se -floor. Rep. Alvin M. Bent-
ey. (R.-Mlch.) was the most seri-
OuSly wounded. He required ex-
teqWve hospital care.
The Appeals Court said that
e may be something 'mental-
tIwrong with .the accused per-
Ws or that they may be emo-
tionally unstable but still be sane
enough tostand trial.
BALBOA TIDES


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14
2:4 a.m. 8:43 a.m.
2:51 p.m. 9:01 a.m.


AN IDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER






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


31st YEAR


PANAMA, R. P., THUBRDAY, OCTOBER 13, 19a


Sunday


Of


The installation of equipment
and the finishing touches' are
being accomplished this week at
the new Paraiso Civic Center
which will be dedicated and
opened to the public Sunday
afternoon.
The dedication program will
be held at 4 o'clock Sunday aft-
ernoon with Gov. J. 8. Seybold
as the principal speaker. Ar-
rangements for the exercises are
being made by a special com-
mittee with EBlli L. Fawcett,
president of the Paraiso Civic
Council, as chairman. Prepara-
tions are being made for one of
the largest crowds ever to attend
a similar ceremony in the Ca-
nil Zone.
The new building is the first
to be built for use as a civic
and community center in any
Canal Zone town, It will house
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HELD Navy Lt. Andrew J.
Ko am pah ek, Jr., of Natick,
Mass., is shown in Bost n
where he was charged wh
embezzling more than l2,000
in cash while acting disburs-
ing officer of the First\Naval
District.


To See Dedication


Zone's First Civic Center


a modernly-equipped lunch- Service Center Divisimn. In addl-
eonette, first aid station, post tion to the luncheonette and
office, barber and beauty soda fountain, space Is provided
shops, public rest rooms, and for sales counters for per-odt-
a meeting hall suitable for use calls, tobacco, and
by the Civic Council and em- merchandise..
ploye organizations. On the opposite end of the
buldnllg are located the meet-
The Paraiso Civic Center Is inghall, the new pot ffce
new in architectural planning in which will be opened next Mon-
Canal Zone towns. It is a long day, and the First Aid Station.
one-story masonry structure The latter unit consists ot a
facing Paraiso Road and over- large waiting room and two ex-
looking the Canal. It provides amuing rooms.
under one roof most of the The Civic Center s ,at street
principal communities services level in front but the .back s
of the town. several feet from grnd level A.
The building is constructed in large parking ea designed to
three connected blocks separa- accommodate a= Is provtd-
ted by open patios in which ed at the back and access from
trees and shrubbery is being this to the building is provided
planted to enhance the appear-b a covered concrete ramp
ance of the building. The three gradually to theccenter
blocks are connected along the of the building.
front and back by covered walk- The building is of masonyl
ways. construction with a reinforced
The large luncheonette is lo- concrete frame. All public spac-
cated on the right from the en- es have tiled floors and the
trance on Paralso Road and will luncheonette has an accoustl-
be operated as a unit of the cally treated ceiling.


$120 Won By Six PC Employes


For Time, Money-Saving Ideas


Cash' awards totaling $120
were presented this week to sat
employes in the Panama Canal
organization for suggested im-
provements which have been a-
dopted. The awards, ranging
from $10 to $25 each, were ap-
proved by the Incentive Awards
Committee. k,
Numerous employee suggestions
for improved methods of oper--
ations resulting in the saving 'of
time or money have-been receiv-
ed since the campaign to en-4
courage such, suggestions was
intensified. Employes are urged
to send their suggestions and.
special forms are available forj
this purpose.
Employes receiving cash for


House Democratic Leader Predicts 1956

Congress Gains Whether Or Not Ike Runs


WASHINGTON, Oct. 13 (UP)- The Massachusetts Democrat tial choice, said as 'of now, he
Rose Democratic leader John W. said "there already are signs of considers Stevenson is "out in
MCorack to, d a y predicted a a tremendous fight for control of front" in Minnesota and possi-
dose Presidential race next year the Republican Party machinery, bly elsewhere as the D e m o.
even if President Elsenhower runs and it will grow in intensity." crats' choice for a candidate. -
gain and. sure victory for the If President Eisenhower does But Humphrey refused to state
Democrats if he doesn't. not seek re. election, MeCor- his choice between Stevenson and
McCormack also predicted the mack said, he expects "the Re. Gov. Averell Harriman of N e w
Democrats not only will keep con- blican Old Guard and Repub- York and Sen. Estes Kefauver
tol of Congress but will Increase Can isolationists to come out of (D-Tenn.).
tibk strength in both the Senate the underground into which Mr.
and House whither Mr. Eisenhow- Elsenhower drove them." He said he is not campaigning
er seeks re-election or not. -- for vice president. "All I have epv-
c'm. In.an Other key members of Congress er said is that any man should
Ctrma.e, ltoan terview and leaders of both the Demo- consider it an honor," he said.
stmated that Democrats s cratic and Republican parties al.
have a "good chance" of scor so made predictions a bo u t the
In* aet gain of 12 to 20 seats


Is e Homse and three to five
S In the Senate if Mr. Elsenhow-
.doesn't run.
MeCormack said he anticipated
a "wide open race" for the Dem-
ezoratic presidential nomination
Se said recently that he wou Idj
not be surprised if Adlal E. Ste-
vanson failed to get the nod.
There are several "excellent
candidates," he said, but he de-
decliHed to speculate on who is
:".ot likely to win.

Cdmnology Course






rfm o wil bel n there Oc-
e w g17.
wm be a coall level course
ly d nquent and
behavior, with u-
a cgiven -to en-
a nd wett

conanity-


1I591 presidential race.
In Seattle, Wash., Senate Re-
publican leader William F. Know-
land of California said he f elt
Mr. Eisenhower could win re-e-
lection despite his heart attack.
But Knowland dodges q u e s-
ions about his own ambitions.
H. also refused to discuss the
"favorite son" Presidential bid of
Califoinla's R e p u b Ii c a n Gov.
Goodwin Knight.


Knowland only smiled when ask-
ed where he fit into the apparent
feud between Vice-President Rich-
ard M. Nixon and Knight. He
sai "any speculation on poten-
tial ca late s prematuree"
Sea. ubert H. Humphrey of
(D-Mhn.), meatiseed as a pos-
sible Democratic vice-P iden-


New Device

Needs No Fillers
CHICAGO -(UP)- A new cen-
trifugal type device that cleans oil
at tht rate of 265 gallons per min-
ute and eliminates filters on Die.
sel locomotives has been devel-
oped by General Motors' electro-
motive division.


N. C. Dezendorf. GM vice-presi-
dent and general manager of the
electro-motive division, said the
device, called thq seprifuge, has
run for two months without a
cleaning. The filters it replaces
need to be changed on the average
of every 15 days. I


their ideas were George D. Greg-
ory, chief foreman of the Dredg-
ing Divisin Shops at nba
Bernice E. Stephensop, ch ef
clerk with the Motor Transpor-
tation Diision' George rath-
walte, clerk with the Division of
Storehouses; Cecil F. Haynes,
clerk in Section B. Division of
Storehouses; Charles K. Cross,
Records Management of the Ad-
ministrative Branch; and Ruby
L. Willa, accounting clerk in the
office of the general manager of
the Commissary Division.
Gregory received a check for
$25 for his suggestion* that
sheathing for barges be cut
diagonally from native timbers
of a certain size. The cutting of
the timbers in this fashion, he
stated, would -Increae from
three and one-half to five years
the life of the timber used on a


barge.
Mrs. Stephenson received $5
for her proposal tbat local rate
identification-privilege cards be
distributed simultaneouly with
the local-rate pay check om the
last pay day of the month, thus
ellmlnatin a duplicate dotM Ru-
tion system.
A check for $25 also W fat to
Brathwalte for his reNomaen-
dation that typing apecfiations
on stock protection and history
cards be eliminated, am an-
nounced that this uuetlon
would save the Panama'anal
Co. approximately nfn the
calendar year of IS.
*'


Haynes al received $5 f or a
suggestion regarding the ,6 of
gates Instead of the construction
of a lengthy counter in the stor-
age area of Setion B in the
Storehouse Division. The
gested change WIn design
save center aisle floor space for
working area and will result In
a less expensive Insallatlon.
Cross received $10 for his ng-
gestlon that certain draw-ng
and cartogrph. records
placed I u tuesn when be-
ng transmitted by hand from
the EngineerIng Office to other
offices of the comany-govern-
ment.
A check for 00also was gi.-
en to WUla who recommended
certain modifications to the
parking.lt n In the Mar-
aritas, and Commis-
sary which resulted In an Im-
proved conditiUo .


KIT CARSON


A


The location of the A1e ",a-
ter Is ach that an excellent view
f the Canal Just nOrth oP
I cks a provided ftroa
rooms. The view l pec
attractive from the luncheomette
dining room where the entti
wall facing the Canal Is of latm.
It was built at a cm4 of ap-
pr ately $164,000 under on-
tract by Isthman Concstracueto,
Inc. The design of the building
as well as the contract and in-
spection work were done by
unit of the Engineering and
Construction Bureau.


MISTRIAL CALLED The
contempt of Congress trial In
Boston of former Harvard
psychologist Leonp Kanl
(above) was declared a mls-
trial by Federal Judge Bailey
Aldrlch.'The judge said court-
house enthusiasts turned the
ease into a "popularity con-
test" for Sen. Joseph McCar-
thy.

JCapt. Phlls

Ex-C Inspedor,

Dies In Arkansas


captain Jack phllp, for

afternoon in Fayettevie, Ar-
kansas, where he has made his
home since retirement in Octo-
News of his death was receiv-
ed by friends on the Ithms.
Funeral services and interment
time and entered a hospital last
day. He had been Ill only a short
time an entered a hospital ast
Saturday.
Captain PhUlps, a naUtv of
Hinsville, Arkansas, wa one
the old timers of the Canoaleo-
structiMoa period, entering th
service as plceman In June
1906. He was promoted ,rapidly
and In 1914 he was made polie
Captain. He was promoted to
Poe In tr In 1922 andheld
that position ntil his voluntary
retirement.
Both Captain Phillips and 'hi
wife, who died several years ago,
were prominent in social and
church work during their resi-
dence here. Both had many close
personal friends among the most
prominent residents .of both
Panama and the Can! Zone.
The former Police Inspector
visited the anal Zoe early last
year when the Goethals Memo-
rlal in Balboa was dedicated.
Captain phillips Is survived
by a brother, Frank, also a re-
tred Canal employee who now
lies In Shreveport, La., and a
sier Mrs. Louise Parsons of
Fayettevme.


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WASHINGTON, Oct. 18 (UP) -. Aniekikcn Atrtiglits are highly
The United States does not ,ex- pleasealthldna ran -Rns 'not tre en
pect Russia to take direct action frightened by the Russians. ,Tbhey
against Iran for joining the Bagh- douot' M6scow will do more -than
dad defense pae against Soviet threateli the oil-rich nttioh de-
expansion bub is remain alert spite Soviet foreign minister V.
to the possibility, American strat-WM. M lotov's barbed comments
egists said today. on Iran:s aecicn yebrterdky;
e But to wa'n RusRIa,against try-
They said his country also will big -any rou- t'aci..s fgainm' I-
watch closely for actions ag :ist ran, the rtate Department y -
other members of the five na-i t*ruay saki in a pecal 'a t al e-
tion pact an will continue to ment.
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asllrKuTin eu I =mI wW IArs and
military advice.
Actual U.S. participation in the
defense arrangement is not anti-
cipated.

dsan protests and threats,. is
the latest nation to threw la Its
lot with the Baghdad pact. I-
raq, Turkey, Paklota and Brit-








rains continued to pour on ea-
vening America Legionna Mes


west of here in the CariHeav,
and hurricane hunters wouldn't e-
ven acknowledge there was a
suspicious area.
The downpour, which showed up
Tuesday to soak the LUegon pa-
rade, as it has done-in prevos
Leioun convention in Miami, ap
p rently was" as anrousm o stay
with the convention as the most
enthusiastic veterans.
Within eight hours from 7 am.
t3 p.m.-e weather bureaus-
reported 2.O6 inhes of raO -ji
downtown Miam. There was no
Miami which had recorded 4.5
aches of rain Tuesday and up to
7 a.m. yesterday. .
-Meanwhile weathermen h e r e
h awatchful rn on what they
called a suspleous area" some
400 miles south-souwest S, hem.
Forecaster W ill a m McGehea
said, however conditions had not
changed much since he rportpd
a"cyeldc"8 cirulation m the area
but nly t wids. .
Ia Jacksonville, Lt. Cmdr. Wil
liam arr, administrative offer
fgr the Hurricane Hunter Squad
ran VW4, said the area was' not
even a "suspicious one from our
point of view." -
"Wee haven't dispatched -
l d thee yet," be saw
d we won't unless th a
considerable change in the sia-
tion.
"We don't see any suspcious.a-
reasmin our charts. And .
o004 we would hav.been kd'.
-o into. it onfe, -. ;ai.B
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"The United statess ha had a
long-standigntereat In Ae ter-
ritorial intiy and sovereign in-
dependence of. Iraq. .
i"That interest reiuains a car-
alfeature United S t a t e s
olaicy and assures that the Unit-
ed States will not waver in Its
demonstrated purpose to assist 1-
ran and other free. nations.. ."
The. department sharply reject-
ed Mqloto's;,dclaims that af e
adherence to the pact was an utn-
fiVnetly, act.
mea nwi the Commuault Par-
ty p Pravda aid Iraoi
aeee n o the pro-Wedtern pact


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violates Iran's old agreernmts
with Russia, .
SOne of these gives Russia the
ht to send its troops into
Irz tif Soviet sectir-
Ity is threatened sa IU irt -s
government easnot meet this
thres s ,t.
Diplomatic sources here sa w
the theoretical spcs.?;ib"ity that the
Soviet Union might invoke this
1921 threat j .i felt is security
threatened by Iran's membership
n' the Bgihdad pact.--
That Moscow considers itself
threatened was clearly and sharp-
ly affirmed in Molotov's official
protest to Iran against the Bagh-
dad pact.
Tbd eelng was made more
clear today 'in Pravda's three-
column front page editorial con-
taining onb oft? e bitter t at
tacks on western policy In thp
Middle "ibst in recent, month .
,PravdL. laid -. s accation
two nations' 19i7 treaty on .gua-
rantees and neutrality.
TNiK 9act supplena I
I1 treaty under=kwhich I $usna
reserved the right to meet a 'V
threat to its security within Iran1
borders,
Iraa formally notified raq
yesterday It Intended to J the
Baghdad alliance. Iraq sfay
has mulitual security treatles
with Pakistan and Turkeya
Pravda, the Communist Party's
most authoritative organ, charac-
terized the Baghdad pact as an
"aggressive anti Soviet military
grouping and another toa- a
chain of cowar mesaret: like
NAO and SEAT.

Power To Retallde



For Peace Guides
WABSHINGTON, Oct. (UP)
-Air Force cretary 3onald A.
a said today the bes t
hope thl*s country has for peace
Uas in its abilityto destroy any
nation that starts another war.
Seven If Russa acquires the
same capabiity, he said, welll
be no laes secure so long as we
maintain the power to retaliate
decislvely."
This would create a stalemate
"which' I believe is, pradaxolcal-
ly, our best hope for peace,"
Quwarlo told the Aviation Writ-

the ancient philo-
sohy t man's natural state
Is war, be',sad "It' aw- that
the threat of nuclear annlhila-
tion will alter man's natural
state and force him to live-in
peace." .... .
At. present; Qeares av Rus-
sa, cannotmtIeh US. mrpwer
although it is developing fast. It
the fee world s ld let up in
Its (dsenes, he 4aid, would
ppect' our* superiorty to eva-

In this qonnec o., Queries
echoeo sttmteent by .Deran
eretry Charle I. n that
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the Air Forces stuflkg t wer.

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