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The Panama American
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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00894
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By Flood Of Birthday Gifts

oBiNVR, Oct. 15 (UP)--Pre.-
Ident. Elsehower ended the
third Wk at his rovery from
ht.r attack today in good
t#t1, teful for a flood of
ifts messages on his h
temte rO ppo. white House
satd t hit1 zecutive and
Mrs. IlkenJawr were "very
affec .te..6r$4* eluge 0o re-
minnancfOaLt inundated,
tiitMlum Army hospital Yes-
tetday and were "deeply ap-
The lre dent prepared for
latestof his conferences with
- topt) w lnt WfftI&- on his
gradual return to u e direc-
tions! t1t aovermuonU.
esr&tW of Treasury
George .LL,*mpPTer. was ex-
howeratth paitis after-
On Monday. Mr. Elsenhower
will confer brief with Secre-
tary of Defense Charles t. Wil-
son. and Adm. Arthur W. Rad-
ford," charmn of the loint
ehdo of staff.
Prediden bisenhower hap ily
observed hki rthday yesterday
and. making riar nubliC an-
pearace. wandifauntily.to fel-
lowb atl0o fi.ellng "Happy
He tw. sA.unded bv gifts.
flowe*.. ts mother's gr-
den mfi. K=n.. and birth-
day x 4'the bet present
l~ ance fn the 11 a.m.
issued by his
S n "H'ri d*rd lograf hass
0141e4 at a satifactory lev-
e.a rdloram Is the pattern
tha an electoral, instrument,I
acth eel by' the electrical Im-
p n of h is heart muscles.
makes on'.an endless sheet of
graph papdr.
His doctors can trace the
change Ihi 1 hea-t. as. tre-
e iakbteA at. -With

to his room. the corpsmen
wheeled him around the ter-
race, instead of directly back to
his room.
This was so he cpuld e-.,
change greetings with patents
.-there amr 1200 In the big hoas-
pital-on lower terraces and on
the ground.
- About 20 patients and 20 pho-
tographers on the ground below
the west terrace peered over the
edge and all together, yelled
"Happy birthday."
Both the President and Mrs.
Sisenhower waved back and
someone yelled. "Thanks." It
might have been the President,
but no one knew for sure.
One of the most sentimental
gifts the Presihent received was
a bouquet of roses from his
mother's garden in Abilmee.
His mother, died in 1M6 and
the home and garden are now
the Elsenhower Museum.
The roses, in a vase. were put
on a table with a colored pic-
ture of his seven year old
grandson. David.in a black cow-
boy hat.
The hospital baked a two-tier-
ed birthday cake. with crossed
American flasr around the sides
and "Happy Birthday, Ike" on
The President wtas allotted
an ounce-and.a-half of it,
since he is restricted to a to-
tal of 1600 calres a day.
Twenty-four o.6ter. cakes were,
baked from! the sine batter and
these were sliced so all of the
2128 other patients. and staff
members, at Pirtsimons could
share the Presldent's birthday
cake with him.
There were too many gifts for
the President to see. But among
them was a recording of a hu-
morous monologue, "What It
Was, Was Football," by De n
Andy Griffith from triedon
David. -
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EXTRIMOR VIEWS of the new Paralso Civic Center vhich will be dedicated at special cere-.
monies at 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. These views of the huWlding are taken from the Ca-
nal side' ano show the long ramp which slopes up from the large parking lot to the floor. level.
The front of the one-story masonry building is at streett level and faces Paralso Road. The
bualdang wiU provide space under one roof for a Juncheoaette, post office, first aid station,
meefnlg hall, and public rest.toonm.
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O.i East Coast In Hill

near hurricane pounded the,
North Atlantic coast last night
and today with wind-whipped EIUl K1
iains and high tides, causing R o m Ua
heavy wind damage and local
The sneak storm roared across
areas not yet recovered from .,i -
last month's disastrous floods. WINDSOR, Eng
At least eight deaths were jockey Peter Townsi
attributed to the storm min New ... r...-
York and four persons died in -nm r4 Juliet and I
storm-caused automobile acci- Princess Margaret a
dents, two drowned in swollen .
streams and two died when The pilot and t
.they touched fallen power days of their romau
The storm, described by the Britons accepted th
weather bureau as an undevel- the next best thin
oped hurricane, packed winds as r Squads of p 0i
strong as 70 miles an hour. t1 -. Squad of pac
struck the upper middle ALlan- radios closely guard
tic states yesterday and roared Castle to shield 4th
northeast. The Hartford-Bridge- '. .. .
port, Conn.. area reported con- prying eyes while a
tlafuing strong windasand hevy rose to their defense
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gland, Oct. 15 (UP) Gen
end galloped alone today on (#
then hurried back to breakfa*e
it their weekend trysting place, .$
the princess ware retracing the 4
rce ip the BImkshire hills and #
e fact of their weekend together
1o a formal engagement.
e armed with dogs and walkiel
led rhe country estate netr -
im and their host and- hostess
powerful segmcut of the Britih i
e. *

S . di It was an idyllic day in the their weekend r e n d
Pennsylvania state civil .de- hills where Townsend and Mar- Townsend In his green
tepse director Dr. Richard .Ger- garet first fell lM love, and they sports car, the p
stell said flash fq*0_ forced were spending It in seclusion .o black sedan whose
evacuation of 400 i pbsbons In tree-grown lanes and lawn a back country roads be
Eastern Pennsylva but h th low ills above a sbla.n sedateness.
,aid the danger t e bl:lake ,, .. -The rendevoug w1F-
pf-. by e'Sel D& wasJ juskt slering',- t" h 'e'W"
said the .mst ri^jj ;ttopai' asky today wh thel

whdic to return h mwill"tuW1toap
i' J I Ibrfdge alone.
UOF Fu The White House press. corps
sent a tape recording with a
Special skit on it and a "happy
of gW N d birthday" recording by corre-
CDE I U spondents; and other gifts.
SI JJ a The President "took the time
Draw )S WEDIDU USr to dictate a personal letter to
James Rowley. head of the
Seven bidders entered offers White House Secret Service de-
for the purche and demolition tail, s ho was 47 yesterday,
of apawpxnelY 40 buildings -
various Co zone communities L.....I
and the Oe of several Ul U l copn "
thousand fe of railroad track .
located on the Atlani side. i
Bids were opened rday by Surveys FIow -H
Col. Hug hM. Arnold, engineer-
ing and cons Uion director. 4n AC
the Balboa tadmnistra- Area In Cos R
tion budildin
.The bid invtation was divided An H-19 helicopter from Al-
into nine Ittis and apparent brook left this morning for the
high bids were entered as fol- flood-hit area round palmars
lows: Costa Rica, to survey the need
Item One--aTwo houses in Bal- tar assistance there.
boa Heights jLd the restoration Emergency aid has beta re-
of two sites. $14 by Chain Bingh. quested by the Costa Rican yov-
Item Two _" Nurses Quarters, eminent.
six quarters, oand three arage Below-minimum flying weath-
buildings in Acon, 3400 by Pa- er in the flood areas prevented.
redes and Co pany. a C-47 being sent from Albrook
-Item Thre-The former. a with a regular disaster crew
Boca Clubhse buildingS, an me 500 people are reporfd
seven quarter in La .ca. $2432 isolated on the flooded bapana
by Venta. s0erales. f arms.
Item Four Two b ac helor
quarter. a one-family cottage The Albrook helicopter was'
:u :^ill^eff S bh l' The Albrook heUcopter was
and a hospital ward building, bound for Golfito. where Coat&'
$1400 by Paredes and Company. Rican government, and Unitedc
Ltd. Fruit Co. officials would brief
Item Five-aix four-amily the crew on the disaster situ.-
houses. one two-fai ly house, tion, preparatory to an air sur-
and two i Laages in Pedro M1- vey of the area.
gual, $3432 by Ventas Genera-
les. The helicopter will carry out
Item Mx-Three buildinp and any rescue operations need
the concrete Aigretate Plant In while in the area. and will re-
Coooli, $11 by C. A. High. port back to Albrook what larg-
lt* seven Chva Chva er-scale aid Is necesary.
Scho tilding. 1S3 by Chain
sIe .....ht. 'The 12y faCihi Commanding the helicopter Is?
Item iRht,-Thrn o12-famly Capt. Paul Zamboven isco-
earters in Radnbow City. pilot is 1st Lt. David E. Allen.
$1Co by T. 5Butler and Sons of also aboard is a doctor,1 t Lt.
Colon. Francis Kane ad Al.c Law-
itemlOne-A total of 3-771 rncsl Kane .Ad A2.c Law-
lineal feet of railroad track lo-re" ncShulman.__
cated in Crstobal. $1398 by P a t .
chain s V I Tropical Paint Co.

s hoi## W Wins Another PC.
$Point Project
FromF W MN The Tropical Paint Co. fth a
Gbid of $090. was aparently low-
Governor 8eytioMued to bidde on the inte paintng off
Sthestma s Srom a tree. o houses amd one apartment
We s c tet W trip n to in Aucon. one apartment ia Bal-
Wasatt 0. C. boa. and one asartminmt in nMarg

ad the qua rita.
*the quar-
l Com-- Bds on the work were penad
sk. ar- Fridamy mnin ti B arst l
. Oi the IoB of the B m Height
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Gov. J. S. bold will ma
the principal address at the ci
emony at 4 o'clock tomorrow a
ternoon to dedicate the new Pa
also Civic Center.
The program has been pla
ned as a community'affhir by t
Paraiso Civic Council, with Mau
ice Hoywood as chairman of t
program committee. An audien
of several 'hundred residents
Paraiso and other ?acifc si
communities is expected, add th
program will be attended by m
ny of the principal officials of tl
Canal organization.
The new' one-story mas o n r
structure is the first of I kli
to be buft'in -the Canal Zone.
will house under one roof the pri
cipal community services;- provi
lag space for a large luncheon
ette, post office, first-aid station
and a meeting ball for the Pars
so Civic Council and other en
ploye groups.
Music for the program will 1
provided by the Centro Isthmia
Band under the directions of K. A
Joseph, and by the La Bocs Alu

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TAIPEI, Formosa, Oct 135 (UP
-Chinese Nationalist Sabres shi
dowi a Communst Mi 4a a doi
fight loday off the Red Chin
Coast, the Nationalist Air. Force
Air Force headquarters a a i
tor Nationalist Sabres eag
aour Chinese Red Mit r18ite
Sia afternoo sem 'al e
Softhe aodhta'e
Vtou. O''
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andaC morning" to trailing reporters Clarence H
dcsated r ld f the and took charge of 'the three- the expeeta10 rt
homs t nmbr hrKeedyear-old chestnut filly Juliet lng mrrlage, u.nu
hoes at a number of New Jer- d
s oeof New or- .presented by six stable boys. her fliht to
i pi"I'm sorry but Juliet is the at Townsend's side.
Winds of 790 milo on hour best I have today," Mrs. Wilmot weakened It.th anight
lashed New rYrk CitI In4 weer- said. "She's frisky and some- receiving Towsentd Il
terday. breaking a number of times murderous." knowledge of the world.
plate alass windows In down. Reporters asked her if the Her ud4en swebp to W
totn stores and toppling urti- princess planned to ride and she sor for a hmuse party at
ity poles in the suburbs, replied, "No, she doesn't ride cruelal Juncture was e
racers, does she?" shook the senmlbftles fl
Police had to rope off side- Townsend rode for 45 min- lah blueness welse thaw
walks in front of several down- utes, then drove in Mrs. Wilmot's single incident since
town buildings because the rale- black sedan back to her house ward VIis epm ensur g
t sto force winds lIosened cornices for his own car and back to the the divorces, Wais'
ad posed a danger to passers- country home of Mrs. John It was only a few mile
d o t by. Wills, Allanbay Park. for break- that that love story.unfold
p. o fast with the late-rising prin- years ago.
ii cess. Queen Mother El lea h
SThe world, rocked first by ed home while her beau t
IS 1 vi s e G o t Townsend's viajt to the princess headstrong daughter, drove
it at Clarence House in the pres- Windsor.
ence of the ueen Mother, wae The Queen O Mother had4
rocked again today b the Wind- ded to London from n f q
sor tryst. even though an icy while her daughter tie (
Tomorrow By Governor ed, nured statement from Clarence House delayed her return toe
A seemingly denied the sign of garet free to Set.lea
ke ni Glee Club with Miss Emily ing lot below. A public address MICHIGAN CITY, Ind., Oct. 15 an early engagement. The belief is becoming
er- butcher directing, system has been installed to that (UP) A cross-country G r e y. It said "no announcement every moment that m
af- the entire audience may hear hound bus smashed into a trailer; concerning t Princess Marr contemplated. .
ir- The program will be held on clearly all parts of the program. truck near here early today, kill- et future is at present e- Veteran Ch
the side of the buldming overlook. In event of heavy raln,t he pro.' Ing six persons and injuring at templated." were conaeve
Rn- ing the Canal and the large park- gram will be given in the theater least 18 others. Not one of London's nine dia- could never
he ing lot for the Civic Center. The which adjins the new Civic Cen- The bus, eastbound from Chi- lea tried to interpret the state- tmuapreeddem .
r- speaker's platform wil.be at the tr. he newcago to Boston rammed into the ment one way or the other, in- Margaret and'
he head of a long ramp which con- rear of the truck. w hieh was eluding? the Daily Express and end to r eth tI
ce nects the building and the. park- The entire building will be open i parked on the side of U.S. High" he Daily Sketch which were at w an
of for inspection by visitors at the way 20, police said. I first to predict an engagement ment wea in t e
de of the program The Most of the passengers were on They also did not try to explain General the -
he In asi luncheonette to b2 operated atP a their way from Los Angeles to the weekend tryst. pecati w
unit of the Service Center Divi- Boston. At any rate It as believed a Prime Minister S i
Ihe as illo beg in operations imme-i The injured were taken to St. formal announcement--lf one Eden may break the'nwo
ed diately, while the Paraiso Post In critical condition at Doctor's forthcoming-would have to a- House of Common whm
Office and the new First Aid;Hospital, both in Michigan City. wait the meeting of Parliament ent reconvenes -
R ary Station will open for the first line In critical condition at Coctor's Oct. 25. would then launched
nd os Mondayr Hospital was the driver of the The RAF group captain and tive procedure a t
i!In W stod- l truck, Thomas Locke, 40. the princess went separately to Vance by all
In- ermrt the ma,
d- KINGSTON, Ont.,.Oct. 15 (UP) : ..... piMaricretmdingM W at r
- -Adlai Stevenson challenged See- prncecharming t
in, cretazy of State John Foster Dul. last nigt
Il les last night to flow the exam- drove the 35 princess and T
minister Lester B". Pearson, and separate routes to t*',
be go to he Soviet Union for talks secoTenes
an with top-ranking Russia leaders. It re also was od heir
A 2% years.

Dulles shouldn't gto Moscow if2sodeMr a 1
S will be beneficial to the coun- lawI M =_aea
try," he said, addinaethat Pear: Edhiburgh who aImie
sron was wise" in deciding to band of Quen' as'.
visit Russia since "it will be of suggested Thrs is
dinnerd,-n presmaly
I Sevenson was here to receive nIght's\1 g r&
great value to the Iree world."'n sgh t ed .. e
P)the 25-year-old e1
ot Sevenson was here to receive te h5-year-eold f
g an honorary doctor of laws de- loved Town hersend
a gree at the Queen's University loved Towsond
e autun convocation today. ther of tWe
Sd I His convocation address will beIsuThe G yrance
d the first he has ever delivered in issued shi
ra Canada. mousid" .
a Stevensa. also said lat aniht aid: "In v a
of he wo ald b Phapideo I ports which bar
h wnomualdA c t -111 b in ed, the pre.s
af wou ld a m bu believenheta0

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o dup hi shg to U. .Up. UF...s3 005!, While Canal zone ueman I. Olsen aUn5vimY 4 rh t of ed."
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foruaet from Farmers VI Mhezteottma
You must look behind the she Adel h heo beenomtati
man tanks, machine un nests and s argare, wil, new members a p ire.
troops guarding a p ant in little Inorar tk daf le Farme Uion gtfl
New Castle, id, to see why Wal- .. _e_ Brorim X terAner B".n. .iAn
Xter Reuther, leader of 1,250,0 re t w thn daA- ,s
auto unionistswIs illn to spe wWre ai thtEldu. Adwa-Els.
his entire $25,000,000 strike fund .quno at h nat Ca. et
hO rot ro f P m ed to fight for four small factories bcunea Mrpra tl ier -ucale, theo Fn.d uas rn hoelpn tso

IV ,a.ntional precedent may be set a eusnd, an.. :. myself Chapan "
BA .NDEBrB'n ET oysI. \_ P Wae, llreone stato i toresi out hAro a Merl
ao do There's a ma tybsr e b hing o to wara hno ane v are's bom time latsl-. me
1tu ouy fles i h ere in bw s foughtIn the oesgiant Auto Workers'hn- hn fu t Diat h Peaont may be ev Rheman to ori -"en thi
9t of nbMA"=M enow nsend.nne w hukei.switbman' c

for the newspe latly an I toll tem ta two mahed soa en ntin a
.i w rtin for the eplvlererow la not dens o is readi to_ i-Nd, n throo. lthre ma w-.il emA asdyhbo Euldaong f thie e 'femraen
S tov s tovnmaI will be ah o rt zed by the ahur Perfet CBrale Corp ie ohe of the a n-voys in' hAdl-e os nthe Cafb
i-n, ebn here t .loen me sn n sia $nph ants in two mn dian communities sa and top be to Cou orismary, ad Kfauver goes ,T
__ tional precedent may be se i -may beoeteand AiexR s e Cha.an

easernned as I read .r Amei on an ne o me y the workers themselves, n M or ae cus e t unhappy wh too. Adlah will pet sobbered '

I~ttl s et th great ne of some of them fillers .what na It's not gwnerally knowu, but a"1 6 own Auteortn govnnth. ".unaon ,- 0n bcoS
Sb_ ne. ey ,wtes ftin fa ior mwi$an e.main. tDie o eta to ree s- noA
o idto ar lla RETURN Mosto. The insiders are watching o th5 iao&s. A rP WSs Ca, w aLve eur ene oth delateo ld otaa
li o sethrensAn IohWsoek esan a m tn ha o Ipln yea s n aee nd heamond to they r reteee ha
le rilin. F ta,~,ol te m tta that two many Ion, headed by the president of CIO e letudpea Motceh iuaon and

Sth wll ae momover inthenaea nothe oen ther eanet. h Aree d n tf les o ethed e gorrtenr or f thed U. h- Dewey ,mid pes or li-h
Sres onen abhou th 100 neadmten.loe ntlseti nant .hmwe l0dc na o mmntee s into n Biti 6.weres Doak m raessaeda ndtT eau gosre

As I read e lA hereol ones an he toa@ me ny the workers t hemsel cavs l w and Burgess dnheyle with too, Aa will t c ober
alo nto M t wtebi. urr hIt's not generally known, but Its crackdown n Cs Boardias hlead-n tae nartre goes ient.-o
WE% lately. for the mb o a l 0 n ug peap m Ilempo, rmacks b then bth Adglal nd e

Xgawld there Is a t f evel omend Metai law of Bai them wites nae mthhem msb ar r ot Gsr icons ofotteps ae on ogss f ngrte m
rnlbo e s fo Metleedm T, wl Boean brits n fwmron w in ven throughout the land throw the r to m tuchieromls.. the osw i eCrrlo berea onl Tse. t
leeanin. slerin.tancehe writes bout the thousands Of fms locals and leaders o Auto rfe ads many. re r o Gm inoe re r n tht
.Bat willhave nto amove into Panama on Account t of the treat. l"ctor heseh eunr iTs the CAIO N ASES ou-ew bo Cas eo

lar ed that int o but not Metaed. N oiree. Mr. M a n Labor Rel nations Board. s British but s uritner na ,in Sle
l. am the orn er daw ethatIts about time somebody de ve.loped. ho soe mberin o weitreh him whent the r met api o ned s OnP th oh pie re horis
I ewTrealestate development to take care of all them thousands Wleu Reder'cto the r e aogeos n teGorii pes, Vonas Mn ary a design the aunt ua. fPctea

q1 Illes from Red Tank, La Boee aan Paraeso which mill have eti s t the Poe r n -d Plta w y rryNw hse tGan e rey Netiwel dod r dloat irt
nto Panaemaon ac countt of the treaty. toud-u oe ctl hleanion alio o be nd eIn the y ca'stae an- thtw ni.Tabt
the V tadOfypty o solo knows that Red Tank don't exist no h duamt ne.e in s e Tgo er e se e ,ro meg t sspies fais re Tainr onfess

e an wthe re inte Men a house standin there for a couple a handt icnevmond, sto the I British L Ess n shr b a t a inst yE e to oghe en Wo1
Ste only families vi there now s of thee JOe n ih by o getting r a le,.bere a t ng th apr ther somert h a sn s n a their n oates bloc. a str rog, sp
There I onleY about 100 families In IL oca left and them qRed .~ percent of the emye" two British waspie tes, Donald Malenas esere'm bitNo p et tl

15T5 i dt here ghat Mr . Nthemanoere he n. enm th petiatio ns torh the Na reere o and Guy Burgess, thereby letting ae the ornt o Tre
SamIlu move Into Pianamae It will be a bin surmpr isetol hitrnlwh d e h oo lnRelations BoardNas k-ethe iead ma sin Tom.aet' thaemn-

kesn the treaty don't even mention this. But thi wont make ingo th atn&eti e w e thet to Unn L. cton -o- a la 's e n by h a

ithhe. Ptelnrsda d ronahF wo gtho o utsat.o oand o seanow mhe d wher ao oup rihti pres n' o rnandwat. rhie wthh fehow Pull
= difference to etahehldHe dwill keep right on writing insteadin which they can vote fororton thwhe twodiploman os ited e oy" i
I tof radn so he int i onna learn no thin nowhow. against the CIO Auto Workers Un to the Btisho eassinome apdi. r ter a inrrico ito t e Bndsete n nd t
f t that tintn what has brun dme out af retirement. laoeof which Reuther in the symbol. th th And Tolerancel tngton. An FBI report on thea ews fha ti-eeon a a i o
Te gn thwt r- ews-n w al bee waitn ., t i t ie r t a y o w yin fer. Is the trip Ofao a a o u an e t d n t n r ~ ~ b ae
lan ane sMtrC anb ue t nre in piiond r ered as th ostr on er thm On ther e o i w the n narcotic s s n wtivitles was then a turned s over s in lverd thebres os e
r old fried and epal Mr. wham A. Newman ofn the GAO. A The National Labor Board -haseBrts.bumatbseriy(

o i gnin do an i anid to assinot hm on Investi tin nheld one heainton t er ruk anhe r try ot o di n ba the ag in er- ostsauand he ish i t men- olth eaerits o- seuit neord i n ri ing m pey
ow, uthe Panama canal Is worth or something like that and now must ecide whether ior hi p t0rr up right ins Malean'so hands i That1 irr o
t rht iv e not to r c bun such a decertif cation was why he any d Burgess p brought gee wit h h fxe oe aid
Now Mr. ewmn draws a lot of water weigt-Wisean other election. a rehin rh l Ir obon Curtain.d uc dfornaGv"od nha tf oye mu se mewre sE S I
an en he SL t "o e soeethin goe and when ho o s erst bie hnled ea Nceet pant o oi aak ton con i ged ad ot s,p a apes to e lne-sr ad ho ermp aden o wolre ladueinitelaste wo sn ad t si i t
:* omeein atOpg. seems like to me them is prett 960d I've looked at the record.Te Thti er eahavein theensoepaerslat-el y nger ar o o tae hpera stt.ldfbien bslo neow saand it hat hiltolesc foo the M'tepn onate Lg ag toer8stea

MfI ti .s f,,r [,as trfi o lbeolfe m wneureedh rte ot itionseolal are numbge a bost io ncoae ins cotithuperesses pthlel e Cud tnhe Cono sn taro IraIs no wasunre wow tl tl break s he'si es t n sa I

aer a tSare"affic cop hbutoweomotoA llro f them aa hboe te l tr pti ioes aare anumdees, dCemr intt the m Sos c v'ncimer
R a chod, al r clat pan t strro- jat also l ohn t l s e re so ethisnawraisthe her narcotics : t ay r nowon eoaf twokimetbrk whe Ied
rPieverybody knows Mr. Newman is In favor of doinaway *RDa, 35-RD- andti inigt.one guy ioursesasio

a ner th e s.. ao e e te I iten se h or Iuon lkick i nly a Mon seret biie m as trict countries ever hid. lie ddit want to run fEo

E jLIANsC tE is B., ec wce rait The maey fo t oe ,her demand. mw o Ac ee te ie g d i
b t b oer b n \ rsf t ey r wta te a e it g ionr a -court for alcoholics ten Nw roe kissed him, and se mo f ses e on oe oe tme to an old age on for another ter e n a in se ne o
to Tbli. any mOeentesr ecpitlt foraolatMo thtaee wore ar t thie pet and il orea thestry camps you cant hel but the larger per- opium as nd hashish withoutme n- d wld e t a n h te ai s teor, ts the ren ,
Ad wb e ay d satin usnouten house an home right now.a do not want Auto Union Local i e o ra

hen GAfeller is spedaround the Admiistration Build- tsipeak for the Wworkers nfor a rst offe nders, and a third is centage o he Skid Row house acing the community It seems terrific prassue to run emeanyway.espte he tha ae a

-mcaric aid to dcoret diaddi cts. prefe aes over nne r-s pringser a onim aio woul be andand tde finitepllyanadthyo'ta-lonading .h rstriwe a a bg seindig f
sa but th Engineers has been surveying the foundations Auto Union Local ort speak e ies of e itenathe e se hare oto ericalled p rdhe aromd to sE t wi a tro cutes downt n-
S thereto e Iffen the buldW ul W lrad th for the 246 emplyes in the Posibly firt thing I should mattresses less likely to run amok or knock a. He winbrealt e news fair- N. l
SpeAl t aMr. W m- ay here is that I never took any By ncw we know, don't we, that over a til ing station you. e- era ain ur in o Has e

S acl sEt tmb i n ieen irclhen eldas r e L a t l' 1a to rst ert pn there's somethiOn Gra in the narcotic on an easy Neprescrieon wly f aote
JIMaanmpl.e.l.fetllhe wt ho ae The mpa re ot hed has w e A my life, never was had up for mentalaaa u who tries basis pointed to buil upwicae, naing nsinrDe

pgftb mt eeeo-it.d M e o l Itlma on tell, whtewec.-Io t there Hthe sTnerersoreh t' a e
nIns m h ai e etee woa ed a ant and employe Afor the past 20 years. hide h im self from himself.ta a when dty arCtryingtot ra Minister Molotov has ra a et il therm .
r.1.stonno help. Nowree. The best way to handle That's b'e lunt talk. tAop of iu ad of plug. guy who has to have the combine enough douan gh to buy the ge rejected Secretary Dulles' plea f
Stiat itot down on production iteadof tryin workers are say But iithe nodd, raag e a ndb kow tio of exc itsement-cl i-pse he chary. ge ltopeCzechodlovak. arms to Egypt. we the
SthA S ey ontn emwant no oWltr Rmu- tail of a roving life have kno wn from pillsn shots, or aniffs. Or I kn we l aot of employed mu- er itishei nnieord Sfis

... ba protte the tuee t loro Mlo entnhe s t ooeranhMte rt ai de egiti. Aa tntehi o w o anuoestrd. te upual ike her sid. reta sireta n Secrettarysinoo atelreh
in Ma wd t s l a aOt ctat of drunks a cansllorablet a guy wproto to bhoe c us who .are D s. Thery caing eoreied Minisdste War1n as ah mPee fordeegoan th

Wlasrvcrs.eki* of drugIon emI asa little si ck in thew ca etehe. o cue be- Joren Waltmu Grtas cout bit o .itlit So t ism
SbeUtsne tenog ho a n t .he ,m rad ths tnit ledthe A or thiaketime, ANhe n Dio ofs nc ,tleoofIeuonewis
Met all c li elipee that ebeforeve e y s oprsee tte rndog fo ohe aerm shhane Our"medi h oei m dalR herfe t e larmsars Br
Sadey Sam hIndstrpo b hw tiesd andhe is very little of a niDe" as a bacillus so subtle that point in treadtngnthpe drunken bm pponteda "commercial en- imedtel
with enough bodee forvtomorrow sudden it is only a disease. est b0 you getIt licked, because the WASHINGTON PIPELINE
iD. GLANCES By Cibraith T heremaynhoet tor wh will not n5ecssartly try to drink a personal offen against (hu reason the guyris a bum is -he Here's the unique lXrd of As- -

lba tbunwh os v r us nwlth ty, de u h Pi.e -.on't actual ly ike the Ideas crd mlertation," of being te TL er-eforS is on e io taa
''..wor. wa.vd hfost a hot l b his So I would msay offhand, thatm: drunk, and that turns him I nto thair Teet or, president-on-leave of%
-w"ld.Whitoer Cwrhis andhGroompther R n n 's In New Y or k V"

s ide fendso, canod owne overvous Hebe etd r isn A yu" can wit The bsiG .um. ptheate Csecy t lreae ... In Northe
before tl c ehalens. thh b e o enace, A guy witnh nes, and to some extent with the All of this takes. thout Indiana whe eight men were sot
aidesEB, t fee b esm nd ylps aac e eve-ewtar buntedw e o you rcntdealwn tt tis d1ersi a butrer CF naxttT twaC lib a Noh e a
it might e rt aa reeeiwent a prrd money for decent living does lot bon. business, and ae a U of leuk ast
islaunsca series of fiona in- particularly care tohe a bum. Re- extent to the unemployable busl- weapons. One is called tolerance member of the Indiana State Leg-

bade la or across th country. o Ig a buhs uncomfortable, in- nes, if we pull it off the police and the other I called pride. siatue afromrs Ato ITeetr
his big r usda g5mr b-- cag- rI 3 State Labor Relations Actagainst
cep9te a t 6 st rugg lWe us a pay for equal work, against the
I Sathe Fair Employment Practiees
SThe company, or the other hand. Act, buSa votedfaor picketing and
M sEays that Bouther's Auto UniBonIr segregation . The amazin
ha "nota renautede a mJority of Confessimon of a Torche-Toter big sister)helped it along . its version and released it nation- thing i that a man of his back- -
the in s three plants and I love my torch I keep it There are no relous or political ally next day . Antonio, the ground would get a key post In the
has bees collatUn dues from a near obstacles . There is nothing Spanish dancer (now a click here), Eisenhower adminitratiop. His ap- e couples get the repta-
mloroiht-so rwhy should th firm and hold it high for all to peer whatever to stop the merger--ex- will wed Joan North, show al In poltMent highllghtt he long-rag- tion for alwas being late. No
sign all tS emplayes over to a at the suffering one. And I know pt Margaret herself, who isn't Monte Carlo. A former leadLng battle between Secretary of matter when they are invited a
union they don't want. The com that neither the berman nor all ite sure yet-whether she wants don modoll Isn't Joan C..ll Labor Mitchell and anti-labor Se- hostess knows that they wll
pany says tMe dues checkoff rec- his to be his (or anyone's) bride. (fed up waiting for her British otary of Commerce Sinclair Weeks straggle in long fter all of the
words will prove that. wnee and beer can allay my fear- husband to divorce her) planning oChief Justice Warren asked other uss have arrived. uh
that someday mY torch won't be Memos of aMidaigter: Bet to have it Mexicancalled? for the priilee of swearing in
William B. Proser. vicepresi- the buffer eye-catcher ad in the gazettes: The his old friend, Walter Gordonas co populate, for It i a
dent and general manager of Per etwe en hapY p living . and llp Morris advert titled: Par Our Madvertising Agency Name- guvenor of thViIIsadnto
feet Circltellsa me that before e s o suer on Us While We Change Our Game: This one is making e Gordon on o t first Negroes make aOwane try
nthe strike broke out hne was warned rnses A rown Dress. The model changing her round of ad agency personWnel The appointed to high office, having guests.
by unlah mat hi the presence of" (in the ad) is Maggie Pierce oe Mythical Buttall Tootrue, Inc. been Warren's cLairman of the Therefore, it's a rotation ny
Ta US. federal mediator that of th e tRhoinegold Girls... Politieo Advertising... I C Profitso chair-CaoMnias Adult Authority (Parol pe ed strive NOT d

'"rhe ,ompanY ases the issue loyd Nolan. the .Ula. Fair- Querypoam expects to last at Watts Hedow, 8ee-... L. N. E"-

Sod i od o een a m .. U. Goofdagen, CalUtta

-L-,-- NO AT RY GINNIN OF THto. He f#intimidation: "I've seen my law*.i.. .. o, ,U...t.i' I.

YEAR WHEN ALLOWANCES ARE HIGHEST oeo the shot fired duringme hg a t center," he said, 'he tells me that i Tree Room' oy Hal's
the g'un-gi y at Now Castle, Ind.. so RuMu" IUfU lgVet the furrier to say he hast't ic "a Little Voice" .. Dick
SLs oe T ,heardro undgthe -, .i- been paid yet, be can force youe I* aes' t.chants at LaVie
-- MOT RIndwayor s -t &lo gtig doeso" 'Fine" was the oy- evalt My Heart" .. Cleo Moor and
ON trretort"you do that and I tIUl Jahn AgarinI prison thrillodrin
caN PANAMA diy wife what a meanie you are. n Hold Back To-ee your watch tak
e s ee. .T "Mirko's guitar at LitMiBe Bib 0on n ewl nce! O
umesi `he Times uare Circle: The ala. Effective as a full meS- dlatfactftsip aipisd
A tar' Duchess -her gho st writer .1w Owl: C afe Iswtchb a & t
.. ther (Ceendraory) bau ew bobby: Sticki p s ocb m-
"being T ack wanted to be her writer and a w dPoliceCom s.
show's 61 9 dis.dhat 5 the most a* thr East Side hans outlI ..he
the el r _. toeetim- e aSyoane's ligaM sale oof the Roney-Plza bas aW
,- wbbh w A~m ,= m u,.aseoGI lithe Mach ino= rH
S o--, - - e .. ratgu t.
Midav Wf RM a he ts a L t .ity ee of Its N.Mma.i.Boahh
itewan ) is. wieI s111sa

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, Wet M Sorrowful Mother: Sunday 7:15 p.m. SATURDAY ALEROOK AIR FORCE BASE
convert Cla 1 pm. e nday 1000 a Junior Cofirma Cla atrd ................. LIN
CatlaYe Saa M 4:2 pqm. a NTan KM 651tm ORTpKOENN
catn T chdams.......... --................ s ................... PAL
& "B s- o rOsW C.aoe Tuo cday.................... Large
O Chulrh of SB. Nary, the igi Divine WOrship ........... 1 p.m.
ao y Mamofs 60 am. and 1 SUNDAIS DmI ALBROOR AI FORCE BASE W
SCp. Sung kuchrl .......... .......4.00pm FIBE
Gamut Mir-ulam MNedwl Nemia 10 pPm Churo Schhool...........3:4 a R m FORT KOBR
om Tu es yEvo ens stg. pW4 Ra'mn7 p m0.................
r ne wt ma: 17: m. en Kvefnnand SBermon .... 7:30 p.m ATLANTI C IE
aft 4s=1Ys 1Prekmo LargeeaaortmeJ

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1orwr womrde reeshho Emiaa Sr. church. dm L ab u 111 a.m.
bhe 3e.i'ChmeeSV aAW a y, rMor DAVA
.- w,~,.l2Valea"C. are,%I' "u FOUNDED
Sa y l. o t- ........... tIne am D al ......E ,
4#6 imlpm........ '.: The House ot Linoleum and Picture Fre

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a I.u- ewP am ,i 11 RSM. MIItEL -LAWRENCE Let's surprise her. Instead of
e1Iini4 .h c _l 'r e em, s resisting her idea of demoting
wet i ofI .w & li o f^MI d SS U l e 'eoin &ing weeks, it David, let's beat her to it with -im
led kt gg.T s th y chia1 Oy ir ild's teach- mediate acceptance of it.
'- B '-s-Ik e' h l' io ps ll i MtaRlr. mom.. ., eaw S o r .' ai it necow ry to say to LET'S say to her, "Miss Jones,
Polls ta Bato to nsam yov-4." P a ,,work Us not been relax. If David is having to strain
I'vel Aa', a. UP a t it naid. I *Wt think he's for third grade work, I do not ob-
S .. - i_ -ll. C "....:... :p.m t5 for thWd grade work. So ject to demotion. Quite the contra-
hISe s AH u St ......... ir A M "" 1*4* 9 f yoq cal't get him to improve it, ry. I'd like him demoted at once.
S . -- ......... ll e. t 'recommend that he be 1or I've. no intention of pressing

aS.- W .ss l lae 1 a. w~ that he works happily and through-
I.... I- .Eve Wo n-i ........... *,6- e The canCes h are, David's teach- ly. He can't possibly do this under

MeA6an p lvkk.to& tUllth second mto'mpoIe 'hiUnUas work i
Aem e n p~gg 3 w V ~flhsm~ an dl Rm. C A W. Mi M p T dab ur.O =d=#a e t deab." forled t t ohell expect o alworoseen to o
SLael aN P S chud a ..U IL1m a ea ws t ex pect us to react to her pressure from you or me. So lets

up Sun y~ua. .............. dl.....t1h nIt l h
all.0 AD%^ S.F Scaan a S a al. Shell expect us net him out ofgohis third grade
SW I Ca pIsm.. l... M. L to resist the idea of demoting him quickly before its strains teach
Build. us m m U. ..a e v. .. 9. aJ with angry arguments or discour- hi to do sloppy and discouraged
Balvd, i- JMlo A.. ., Sat .,,,,m d yv.A Rl WITNsZM a- e pleas for delay. She' l expect t work."
Amonl af& fe. TnIL a Nov. Meetngs Thursdaysand Sunday--- o ......ribl pse tby, hisfail-

Eema.___ _Place_ 9o1u- A .t . W s e t i aemori al SMUn 3 Da y Dl er ow we treat David's demotion his
Anso n-Be ,= "!_ l. ti oa e R ureDtS de blv chuos and erttdirda hld's respea wtfr hish wrksetdkis

go SLrA!C1. : Tp esunaa Gho ta sse -an br life he will remember how we
Tomst 3;10 and @gg1ingff @113 C J JlaU 'RM=e JESUS Cp. r..h dentist grade per
s b Rc "A --oM.m.. c stiang hak n e md ..:....., a. o- *h. p.m. n emed PrCaeoe onA O th i on. third gsrade.on -
i iD- y ll th e 8t: xne a u,,t.. ... C. . . . . aof s d s a Onrespect. That Is why w en
m :am -Murday. 3: an o { .....In us ,t he JW LA... .abo" "slan lar ,- ....tl.. R bo ... d app^, r -he- ns ..an . tan

NNW"& nwmen. d. in_........e. e......h.. a .3 :7 .Babo. Pr a an-..llim.. W. ad..in evaus armeaha -aa no af ud h.c ney' w eemae D avi a d a s ae n-

Sl as S ca i -- am I. S h S l. :0 am Divine denDt use of it to strengthen his
U.,Ip 1* P 1'm.. 5UrttMW7m AtT1Nt Maeba1 .' N .--n Monlnh Ia e C i. 1r16 am b .m oth'srka 4ri: ,b weli sdes ieat sd s n't in of eio-
S -. -a- n -IL1, .........l ulnRev. a olhlouw. Ps LcDte .a will never be forgotten. All his
P.m ', tIe* 1g m jar Serv.eand i Off ia ,l e. Cur-ed -.. wED ,-R .... a life he will remember how we

Sa vSunday School 10. PacmidalfcSacSl r L tructie standardi emotions
pu.aw sUA i ...Ia 0 r t Y-l.. M n.. D a o i t dis urage nt and sha hne
Mimi..o. i LwW IM Bar, Snoo d. ,6DLT 4ZamneeI 1.Stay. Atd,70p.aua andl 30 p.m Wednesday Reliefesoci ietyumost w ,-

7 U V nin 5 Ins n e .. . . .

I m& Ido a CAt a.aaAsHa.aL0d 2a Toudt Wos hip-........a ....1A&I a m gAMannm nced. IThA nURD wY3
1u00 aokl q- undaMa an 1 0ig 8 snas HoSA L y Communion . ...... pm. ca Di.vinAve. J. F. dea nvioe may never get straight on set-
< W*--- BuayM. flQ_ k~ -, ;0, 11X0e aad / ^B: ? ^Cormm-sen ......... v
-a. 11 1 1 1 10 t eHa ...........9 M Am i.. u o. n Youth's Mo t l.a i I a sell a expect, lie won't think of set-

2 2a. MON8. 3 *T- Ma L IOd 3s h Cnd 3I l l. teeth S"l N2 7
end 'ISO 1050PpAm.6b Alasa The 3 mei4 S .............. :01111 WEDNESD A be Study an
(First. Somday. HoL oS munion)Office.e Cuuntdu n SnS e 7 =uN l yl- thism Dt-back up with those des-

fUk .JCrw / .. e Olds Fr endly. Uoty .- .ntet. Cast Panbct. Servi 8:0) p .m .
Willial W. 3aldwin rais. am p*m. a ta da b E CAaurh C LO VEP B LO O M &
WMV-evc adoe .IraeulOu S Medal No dr o CuI .i:seL3le S.da-Ps"" "laBoh" trutive. "standard" emotions ofI
To, :pdm. : to. r'idm. l Y e. p ........JoSM Sunday co r . . .....ei.......aad:a 5 District Poeastod Run nta nde

... a:C.!alrtm t 1 UN DAYS --_- hv..... ...l m.l astIvat 0 a..; To et an
tviie) Fi6rst Sud1ay aiuli h.oat. rMerl.. .7..... ..,_ .-.

h t n h ral .Pr. yert and ermon U bp am e o C fd, Av. J. F. d Gia am NO. may never geom oe of the gt s

A.ih.A.h & TW ChaR 6W P' SundrSuda OrMoth.nd m,-a ap (Tel.u d 102) t slo

-i^^. CB RCSaldHO om .... M a H g ..... .. b a ck m. e
Sd a r 1 6a -a.9m 3r0 bandP M Nvening Wol p ... ...., Ji p.m. Bca Soe Vla
M W c Sp:0 Omn, 5 Pee blo Nueva. ne, erh iS a o . e 3d0 All our confusion and agitation m.
Ong: lg aturd e Iaat. Clboa rt -W d ^ - ^ 81. a The A ,1 h -We -- avl -Rd.Balboa- will disappear the instant we can

STIMto :" . WO eSol W.. .m..a. Ld"h e -LSaturda y ny welcome-David'sdemotion as a
V11.1 11FaS117:0 t oS, Ua The v Clal CSeNtrai ,kPar en s hup. ... 11 00d n rMharr .. t
S2!BS flt 1riS5y. B :B to S. 0'O, MB NrD&Y' p I 0 t: 4mHol. er3l,2Sunday it. I Mj SUm. SaTh l goto. Uilh nd and productive experience

: ? u. M Novn. TMA L Hol yosm s m C .huachWhN g vi M 4 ntn............ :0a p.m. T M r PMato -. i
on M MW.I St at ay Fa5m.y a 3 a ma. rte d rh rio oad Wamon lh .m. sanam lllDa r6n Ncve.o. cis ito t t
Catecha l.la l.. .. o (s t m n a ,lan, e Seram fl ic e m. .. .rUa... 13 p. i"OHvA ... t O wake us up, I quote some

l i m 3. Sacred NarSd M MALaice) riP y 4:rAmU at nd IJruc s iund w l it m remarest a
n.............. S dy.s nin Pvai ,and ur0 or iU m t oiword f rom oneof 1 sthe g ea. st
De rn-i igthchad lma C hll e D A M VA.L 60 C Mirs u d par TeMty C h U A N'viA ............... E:30 p ei. *ndreg Or Bi d L sti. yi n

*S^ -:n huaare LeUNDAYS 54.aily Arabrsa s- TN I.D Rab N
0 0 Weduneday _:ven ~8Pryer10Isuslmory Praya. l0t anidnl. luasaCbe t Carme. oPf n iyo m Gambo Pr.tt Par a h d S treinrih Ps

ui ---- ---. d A m _. i oeekun day... ro~vr~0~~ja~ h.............. : i au Co7I3 dstni s t e s
eandaMong co 5 7: T :30 &am : a S a aA- u sday O .. 1t.. a De 0 iL pDm. asy tri t Pasto . e-q. lrNewman of h
imC011101112 1ayMm -" at p.m. Holy Th v. 5 30apiW.naturef.tTe ta yo.ntTeL as 8n6-La

CCLHolyDao e: :6 p.m. en Se- :0a Re.CancSHuay es. ae Aoee ....... S oe r 0 0 6 S. in &oCentra lAv i.cCr it6 "Parents should never.

S*.t S p.my Tu SdT. 0b A C a. F i Mornn Wothipam ........... 11:00 am. a t S ei r .......e. ... "^A r t .
n D sl -d iSs6 n m: *a udo a i3 oUo Thl ... h Stu a o p. .......... t; p. u. r ti I e lH e rt a
mn 7:15 ton -m PA Tha.usa befor e 70 pr:m Cop. rtonf.)nut ISrtrhAone R Ae
WF AIS h AS m Pn r Gi s ND triedl in C r Nih Service0 .......e.. .. 1t:30 p.m* a Bstarentt w c comesrIrom p
P a hA. oLr irays a at 6 pm .......... SI. P al sehml Chn da l IiclI0M 1 0oa Sc l hand Be fearfulof 1sternness or
.. techI AismsClass I*0 Am4. P AD4arRe.JnS poe --or riest inABA--I'- :CENa7 m B: p mo792-X La.e sri n By ambiati as -hen we-

Tug. arUNDAYS. 4 a .it Street. RabbiaNathan .I' B ad U S. ui ............... B :b
is Ut!*V ta 3rd. Artnl t I --- A ABoca.RoodBalboa.,C diminishh the powers of the child

W...TI. A..d ads. .... ry. 1 . i1d Om W eday eCa.i...3 pD re .I w LT.i eSm CuRC pR m
_2 .... ml D OyFMAs L 4*:0 am a rn Alo ............... 10u -J.rormaonTantaand M me m riday. 7:30 p .Saturdayr and disturb the eq brium of his

b'~-'F- ans : *lturdl *e 0 *.d 5:00 Hald-h *oriInl Pae alnd C- h urch*......... C2. C.. ..N s, w ot
s.41 ...... W a.a. p ta Ho. X ; * 20 ola A rd T p..... ..... 3 e 230P.m nature. The n tural ndS Ty o \
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PRAYS FOR PEACE- Mrs. Julia Weiland, 70, sits in a chidlt'
pew praying for ucmce in the striffe-torn Perfect Circle Cop.
New Castle. Ind. 'The own has been under martial law e .
eight persons wcc irlured in a pitched battle between M-.7
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ACROSS 56 Playing cards 5 L
I Kind of 57 Permit
concert DOWN
4 Marie" 1 Gasp
S Tone 2 Scent
12 Fruit drink 3 Optical L
13 Musician Burl Instrument
4 Ascended
14 Heraldic band 5 Baking A ^
15 And not chamber in a 24 Remove 41 Mails
each meeting g 6 Singing group 25 Eucharistic 42 Wound
18 Neptune's 7 Worm wine cups covering
scepter 8 Entrances 26 Viper 43 Girl's name
20 Summit 9 Sea eagle 27 Governmental 44 Above
21 Source of 10 Sorrowful cry 28 Individuals 46 Kind of music
light 11 Touched 29 Direction club
22 Female sheep 17 Frozen water 31 Weirder 47 Comfort
(pl.) dealer 33 Citrus fruit 48 Gaiter
24 Fish 19 Songs for two 38 Slanted type 50 City in
26 Kind of bomb 23 Female 40 Attire Oklahoma
27 War prisoner
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,CARRYING oa the hign standard set by personnel of Battery
B, 504th Field Artillery Battalion, in the Army'st savings pro-
gram, M/Sgt. Miguel Diaz Feliciano, First Sergeant of the bat-
tery, this week deposited $5432. in Soldiers' Deposits. Diaz. fa-
their of three boys and one girl, is now banking $75 per month
ti the plan. His savings win be used to further the children's
education. Battery E 13 now entering Its third month of 100
per cent participation in Soldiers' Deposits. Congratulating
Diaz, above, is 1st Lt. Robert Henke, commanding officers of
the battery. (1US Army Photo)

i: lynah Bird Makes 17-Year-Old Cot
i ice Rado Calls Eats Corn On Cob
S l ll DECATUR, Ill. -(UP)- Kitty,
*CONCORD, Calif. -(UP)- It's Kat, a white Persian-Angopa fe-
-, llucky break for Blacky, a small line owned by Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
Smynah bird with a talent for mim- ward L. Evans, is getting old and'
lery. that there's no law against losing her teeth, but she can still
a winged creature's impersonating eat corn on the cob.
p dUce officers. If it did, the Kitty Kat is 17 years old-fobur
Ifeathered comedian would be, in or five years past the normal life
L ri ous trouble. expectancyof a cat.
'irom his vantage point in the And recently she had a tooth
window of Hackley's Pet Shop pulled, without the benefit of an
here, the yellow-beaked wonder anesthetic. The veterinarian said
lts learned to imitate police radio Kitty Kat was too old to take an
ealls coming from patrol cars that anesthetic.
in front. of the store each
i t the s However, Mrs. Evans said the
Sp adept is the bird at this that family pet still eats ground beef,
can scarcely tell his voice frompeas strained for babies, kidney,
h at of the station house radio liver, cheese and corn on the cob.
dispatcher. He even reproduces She doesn't like the commercial
the static in the broadcasts, cat foods, Mrs. Evans said.
ice being exposed, Blacky re- Kitty Kat also requires the
a in a darkened room at the freshest possible drinking water.1
rof the shop. Here he has been Mrs. Evans said. The bath tub
^to work practicing more con-, faucet in the Evans home has been
eu rsation for one of adjusted .oIurip cotantly for
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The Pacific Steam Navigation Company

M.V. "SALAMANCA" .................. ..........Oct. 17
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" .....................Nov. 2

M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO' (18,000 Tons) ......Nov. 26
S.S. "KENUTA" .............. .................... Oct. 26

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SrW, Lhe b et eomplm (grip) tied in paper
itU fsw as tth lep lest pape<-clad ladt and tha best
. eastntf -k rtteldht n paper will be am g those given
It tB htarity fete orgalMd by the -de- of the
The affair at the Union Club is organized to raise funds
for the p of eIPa-s-i and admsinsen $ 1. Many novel ideas
have beeIft eldiU fr the entertainment of the guests.
The ,er Bal"' starts *t S p.m. ---

Ez-Ithma Rlhard Kernerr
Marrsid i New Mrey
.Mr. Richard I.rnaer, aon of
Mr, \ad Mrs., John M. Korner,
fmr residents OU the C an a I
Zsne, was married recently in
Now Jersey to Miss Catherine
McIver, of Creaskill, NJ., daugh-
tr and Mr. a Mrs. John Mel-
vqr of that community.
The bride was. given in mar-
riage by her father in the Pres-
byterian Church in Tonally.
She wore a gowp of white chif-
foe velvet fashioned along prin.
ess lins, with a chapel train,
and embellished with A,len con
lae and a standing collar of the
slme lace. Her flowers were fu-
jli uis, a delicate Japanese
chryLanthemum nla a shade exact-
ly to 'match her gown. Her veil
was fingertip length attached to
S-cap o Ic. "
Mrs. iaer was attended by
her sister, Mrs. Frank Birkner,
who wore# a boufiant gown of co-
ral crystalette with matching
alinners and half hat.

Mrs. Hernandes Stops
Briefly With Relatives
Mrs. Gabriel Hernandez, wife
of the Ambassador of Panama in
Colombia, niade a brief visit to'
Panama to visit relatives. S he
hah now returned to Bogota.
Shower for iss Quintere
Misses Dalys Irene Martiz andl
Doris Quintero are hostesses for
a silver-dollar sh-wer to be held
today at Miss Martiz' residence
in honor of Miss Aura Quintero,
Whose marriage to Mr. Jack Car-
doze is scheduled for Oct. 2.
University W-me Plan
Tea Today at Golf Club
The Association of University-
Women of Panama Is giving a tea
this afternoon at the PanamaI
Goff Club. |

Fish Fry, Dance
At Pedro Miguel Club
The Pedro Miguel Boat Club is
planning a ish-try and dance to-
night to celebrate the redecora-

the freshman class at Bates
College, Lewiston, Mass., Miss
Ama Johnsoh wears a big
smile as her first year at col-
lege gets under way. Mis
Johnson is the daughter' of
Capt. and Mrs. a. E. Johnson,
of Balboa. Students in the
Bates Class of 1959 hail from
twelve of the UTnited States
and five foreign countries.

tion of the premises. by'calling Mrs. Louise Sorrel*,
Little Deborah Birkner was Full dinner is offered at 50 phon 2-4387'or Mrs. Louise
flower girl and wore a Kate cents for each adult; 30 cents for arnes phone 2-155.
Grl~la --eIN 'oin ipale blue. children. N ewrk, baked goods, can-
Mr., Ja Goel of Waterbury, At thee nd 'of the month t h e dy,, white elephantand ar ce
Caaeoticut, acted as his cousin's club is planning another dance, a postbooths will be featured at the
44st matn. Halloween affair for thee venmg bazaar. There will also be a fish
Usher were Mr. Murdo Mac-' of Oct. 31. pond and surprise entertainment
Iver, brother of -the bride, a di -- for the children.
Mr. Guy Newland, son of Mr. and Koepkes Announce The public i invited.
Mrs. Kenneth -Newland residents Birth 'Of Daughter p c vte
.! theCsnaI 2 e-, and former Capt. and Mrs. Lyle L. Koepke Colon Unit, IAWC
classmate oft the groom in the Ca- of Columbus, Ohio, announce the Enjoys Meeting
al one shoolt ad at Princeton birth of a daughter, Katheryn The Colon Unit, IAWC observed
University, Class of '51. Sherry, on Sept. 28. its ninth anniversary at a meet-
The former Commanding officer ing on Wednesday and at t h e
FoLowing the ceremony a re- of Coco Solo Naval Station is now same time honored Mrs. Philip
ception was held at the Old Plan- inc command of the Naval Air Dur, outgoing president. Mrs. Dur
station Inn in New Jersey. T he Statin in Columbus. is leaving late this month for her
bridal p arty. wa met at the door husband's new station in Yokoha-
of the .ti by a Scottish 'piper, Orchid Chapter Bazar ma, Japan. She was presented
who in the dress' kilt of the Fra- Set For Early November with the traditional gold fish as a.
ser elan, piped ibem to the head The Annual Bazaar sponsored despedida gift.
table. Among & guests t we r e by Orchid Chapter No. 1, Order Miss Thefma Goodwin, fist vice
mary who had.attendedthe:wed- of Eastern Star. Balboa. will be president, who accedes to the
ding of the bridei. p areas in held at the Scottish Rite Temple, presidency, was also an honoree
Scotland, Balboa, on Saturday, Nov. 5 be- at the enjoyable affair given at
Mr. Corner is with the foreign ginning at 4 p.m. 'the clubrooms.
distributor's: division of the gen- A real Italian spaghetti dinner Some 65 members attended,
oral: Motoi' .C' aton. will be served starting at 5 p.m.
~~~After aaa Tht ai for the dinner is $1 per Bance
t.b chas,,a, ,
erey. an y e the committee r eve so at the I51
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midnite to 4:30 a.m.
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(Nightcap on the bouse at 430 a.m.)
;iy vls play 10 2m a.m. Sun., Tues., W*d., Thurs,

Open daily from 10 am.
until 3 a.m.

ivrou .ouujiny C.iuu tuuovw uyo
dancing to the music'of Lougee's
Serenadqrp from 6 to 10 p.m.,
Members and guests will be
charged $1.50 and children under
twelve 75 cents.
There will also be the presenta-
tion of prizes to the winners of
Sa recent Tournament.
It has been requested that res-
ervations be made as soon as pos-
V.F.W. Dance Tonight At Cocoli
Blue Grass Erwin and his or-
chestra will furnish the music at
the dance being held tonight
from 9:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. at the
G.?n. George W. Goethals P o s t
3835 Veterans of Foreign Wars,
Three free door prizes will be
awarded. This dance is-open to
the public.
Miss Lop Atteding
Urs I Aege
Miss Carmen Lopez, a grad-
uate of Balboa High School, was
recently invested in her collegiate
cap and gown at Ursuline Co l-
lege, Louisville, Kentucky. Miss
Lopez, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jose Lopez Garcia, is a
member of the largest class ever
to enroll in Ursuline. This yearly
the freshman class numbers nine-
Carmen joins girls representing
twelve states and the countries
of China, Cuba, Japan, and El
Flower Arrangement Course
Opens On Monday At 'Y'
The 'Flower Arrangement
Course at the Balboa YMCA-USO
will hold its opening session on
Monday. One class will be hel d
at 9:00 a.m. and another at 7:00
Mrs. Pat Morgan, who teaches

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The young son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Person collects plaster OMAHA, Neb. .-T. Frank
casts, and to make it more un- Gibilisco, a merchandising manag-
usual, they are all his. er here, decided to find a new
place to park his car. Twice, while
Garritt broke his right- arm parking in the same spot,-the car
when he fell off a horse recently. was hit by his company's trucks.
It was his fourth fracture in three The truck drivers always leave a
years. note telling what happened.

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Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
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Slewng, Handiersat Group
Of Church ef Our Saviour
And St. Margaret's
The Monday morning sew"ig
and Handicraft Group of the
Pburcn of Our Saviour and St.
Margaret's Church will meet next
Monday, at the home of Mr. Wil-
liam T. Clute, House No. 854 O A
The group extends a cordial in-
vitation to all members and
friends of the Parish to join us
and help us prepare for the ba-
zaar on Nov. 18.
the course has arranged e ght
lesson and a closing Iflo er
show, except for one session
which will be held on Sunday at
Mbrgan Gardens.
Oct. 17, History of Flower Ar-
Oct. 2;, Trip through Morgan
Oct. 24, Design and Color Har-
Oct. 31, Practical Demonstra-
Nov. 7, Arrangements by Stu-

seed in Design.
Nov. 21, Dried Subjects, Drift-
'.ood and Exotic.
Nov. 28, Christmas Arrange-
Dec. 5, Flower Show.
Registrations ar; ,still open and
prospective students are asked to
Tre classed -re free and are
opened, to all residents of both
Panama and the Canal Zone.

Collects Costs
All His Own
ARGONNE, S. D. -(UP)-Uttle
Garritt Person probably has the
most unusual collector's item.

Most women who sit in hospi
tal beds find that a short night-
gown is more comfortable. The
hospital gowns, if one must
wear one, are short. A colorful
bedjacket is a big morale boost-
Lipstick, a h an d mirror,
rouge, tweezers, a comb, cold
cream, after-bath lotion and
talcum powder are all big as-
aists when It comes to being
beautiful In a hospital bed. And
Include a couple of bras for
wear under the nightgown. q




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redrl Tax (Its
CHICAGO, Oct. 15 (UP) Sen
Harry F. Byrd, ebairman of the
Senate Finaa-.-e Committee, said
today he will oppose any tax cuts
iiail the federal budget is balanc-
ed and some start is made to-
ward paying off the national debt.
The Vfrginia Democrat spoke
hs Republican National Chairmai
IAontrd W. Hall and' Democratic
Chairman Paul M. Butler prepar-
ed to clash 'ace-to-face in a de-
bate on the MS1955 campaign issues
The Hsll-futler f r a c a s was
scheduled a dinner meeting, o
the Illinois Chamber of C o m-
merce, which billed it as a "no
holds barred" political preview of
In previous statements, b t
Iall and Butler have said the ill-
makes no difermnce to t h e ir
ness -of President Eisenhower
makes no difference to t heir
campaign pl#" for next year.
Byrd told a lunch meeting of
the chamber that the nation is
"mortgaged to the hilt" and it
would be "unsafe" to embark on
a permanent, tax reduction.
,"Personally, I shall oppose any
reductions in federal taxes until
the budget is firmly balanced and
at .least taken reductions in our
gigantic federal debt are possible
and are being made," he said.
Byr', however, emphasized he
was speaking for himself alone
and not for other members of the
Senate Finance committee.
Byrd joined with Republican ad
Administration leaders in saying he
,believes a balanced budget is "in
i "But that' does not mean t h e
surplus will be sufficient for tax
reduction," he said. "The balanc-
ing will come from boom reve-
nue. which may not be perma-
"It would be unsafe to make a
permanent tax reductions on this
factor alone. We will always have
peaks and valleys. What we need
for sound tax reduction is reduc-
ed expenditures."
Byrd asked, if the nation can t
balance the budget now with rec-
ord dollar income, high taxes and
peace, when can it?

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t QUICK BRAZIL NUT BANANA Brazil Nut Coffee Cake
BREAD DELICIOUS (Yield: 12 servings)
A HOPITAL stay i some- By GAYNOR MADDOX One and one-half cups site
thing t e w n hoso NEA Food and Markets Editor purpose flour, 11 teaspoons
be abl me to avoid anbu it ing powder, % teaspoon salt,
quenu ytl comes abut ht she a ery year about this time a up shortening, 1 tablespoon gr1ab
t cshe friend sends us a warm loaf of ed orange rind, cup sugar, 1
Mtust go. t Brazil Nut Banana bread. It's 4 cup range juice, I, cup
Ol.te. she :s eager to get ~ great eating. Here's hei recipe. orated milk, cup firmly packed
over with because It can mean ,Quick Brazil Nut Banana Bread! rowu els ,.ar to1/sps -
ithe Isnrovemeni o a condtnour Bra Nut Bana B tablespoons cinasmo
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omBein beautiful while i a Three-quarters cup sugar, 1 egg, margarine, 4 cup plumped rt!P
hospital bea Isn't too difficult cup milk, 1 cup mashed ba- Sift together flour, baking
a. can+ often be fun if the pa- nanas (3 to 4 fully ripe), % cup der and salt. Cream shorter
tlint fFels like it. It she knows chopped Brazil nuts, 3 cups pre- orange rind and sugar until
bVn,., going to feal rotten or un- pared biscuit ,mix. and fluffy. Blend in egg. Con*m
der par, tWere are a tfw preven- orange juice and evaporated
;\ve measures tnat can be Mix together sugar, egg, milk Add alternately to creamed aMa
taken before in -~rwn to keep and mashed bananas. Stir in Bra- ture with dry ingredients.
one from looking truly 1ed i' zil nuts. Add biscuit mix; blend Turn half the mixture taw
Il.. well. Turn into a greased 91/2x54x-. a greased 8-inch square pan. C
L ven for woaiern going to the ,I oI n mnbine remaining ingredients. Sw
hcpital only foi ob-iervation, a loa pan e a Ikle half over top. Repeat. Bal~i
shampoo is a nto,. important rate oven (350 degrees F.) 45 to a moderate oven (350 degrees F-
pCefiminary. In a hospital, one 50 minutes. Cool on rack. 50 minutes.
doesn't know when tne next one
vl come: A good, thorough
shar.poo and Druiiiung as near
to .t e signing-ia day as pos-
stab; b,.a big. he,. .+
PA t of-cosimetits l.ouId b .-..- '
carefully choeen Don't forget l
a l.a..rbrush. In addition, if it's E<4- 4',',+',
going to'be a long stay, include
otis of sterilized. absoroent cot-

hair "dry cleaning." t d
If a 'woman expects that
she's going to be feeling droopy
for several days, she ought to
Includes a neat headscart or old-
fashioned morning cap to keep
her hair out of the way of food
and medication.

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RECIPIENT of the "Big 3" best mess plaques for September is Medical Company, 33rd Infat +
try Regiment. Since January this year year the unit has received the regimental plaques trhrerj+
times, the lifeliner Honor Mess four times, and tue provisonal plaques seven out of i
tines Proudly displaying the plaques are 1. to r.: Capt. Michael J. McSweeny, Medical Csffi !
oany commanding officer: Sfo. Joseph Barral, mess steward for the last 28 months, and CoL"
Robert E. Coffey, regimental commanding officer who made the presentations.
(U.S. Army Photf)

-~ I~ &mwwmes am 1nSwa ab ASdWMUS'&ULLW







] Phone Panama 2-0552
"Keep smiling with

M A. aid R. OR.IAC
(Palmer Graduatesi
F PerA AvWene Tel. -13"5
I kfmLuxTheateI

fekbem Shippers Mover
phomas Z-2451 2-2562
Lamss Riding at
1inI &i Jumping classes daily
to S p.m. Phone 3-0279
o r by appointment.

%Iubo 2-4239 or Panama 3-ING
Stuldio ,- Panama Hotel

- I

r ? Call
East 29tb St. No. 1
Tel. 3-0073
for a complete line
In screws and

m Tel. Curundu 3110
-. G. J. KILLEY. Manager.
-Foi US. Persoonnel and their
S dependents only

S"We Ill relieve Your"
S amns. anElousea, naill
(Dr. Shoals trained I)
82 Juto Artmemena Ph. 3-B17

I liter Winchell
IContinued from Pasfe 2)
Kefauver Knight Russell G -
Ni Hoover Magnuson' Dewey
J Doakes
s in the Night- At Bird-
Il_ "She's got everything Grace
doesn't want ... At Du-
b 's: "An imitator's a guy who
1wj_ his talent, needs your act"
.. ,at the Embers: "I gUess we'll
to call the Dodgers Mr.
S5tta!" At the Little Club:
"DN't kid yaself On Broadway
ev knock's a knock!" ... At the
St. oritz: "I1 ,ee Missouri Pacific
_rred is up over 50 points.
T two L's in Winchell stand for
BISSFIE[l.D. Mich. -(UP)- A.
3-elman is an enterprising bar-
Wle.. When a power fail ure
erupted him as he was cutting
homers hai. he got another
etutomer to turn on the lights of'
hip parked ca: and finished the
Ajdkright down to a neck shave.

1i other outboard motor
Is built like a
: The manufacturer who
built more motors tian
else hag more exper-
S In bifldinx them better.

Th'e ~19 models have
.cmn in
Ma your eholee
C- Tel. 3-410 .

Inexpensive Want Ads Bring Quiek Results!

I I I I n ii ii il ll i . . .

7 Street No. 13
Agencies Internal. de Publicaciones
No 3 Lotery Pia=s
central Ave. 45

ii.- La Carrasquilla
N.o. 26 "B" Streat
4th of July AMe & J St.

Ave. Tivell No. 4
14) Central Avenue
10S Central Avenue

J. Fe de la Om Ave. eo. 41
Just AromeMa Ave. and N SI.
5s street No. -a

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Via FaPrrm I
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BOX 2031, ANCON, C. Z.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z. ATTENTION G. I.! Just built
-- modern furnished apartments.1,
DR WENDEHAKE Medical Clin- 2 bedrooms,. hot, cold w a t e r.
ic. Day-night service. Opposite Phone Paname 3-4941.
Chase Bank. Phone 2-3479.
Serious person will guarantee FOR RENT:- Apartment, con-
$60 monthly for a $2000 in- create building, near race track:
vestment. Your full capital re- 2 bedrooms, suitable for chil-
turned within a year. Prefer dren $60. Apply International
American residing Atlantic side. Jewelry, 155 Central Ave. Phone
For particulars write W.R., P.O. 2-1803.
Box -71.5 Colon, ____ -FOR RENT: Fully furnished
A JUNGLE JIM JAUNT THRU apartment in exclusive residen-
CANAL... AND TO FAMOUS tial district: living-dining room.
PORTOBELLO F E S T I V A L... 2 large bedrooms, main bath-
Aboard El Panama's deluxe cruis- room with tub. shower and all
ers "Pescadora" r "Virginia." modern conveniences including
CANAL TRIP Leave Balboa Dock hot water; maid's quarters with
17-7 a.m. Thursday. October separate bathroom; large kitch-
20 .Thru Panama Canal with en. gas range and refrigerator;
lunch $10.-PORTOBELLO TRIP installations and fittings for air
Leave Colon Stranger's Club conditioning: garage, garden. etc.
9:30 a.m. Friday, October 21... Suitable accommodation for dip-
Visit ruins of Porto Bello, fai- lomat or top business executive
cinating procession of "The Black and family. Long-term lease pre-
Christ". Return home same erred. Sale of entire furnishings
Chlist." Return home same and right of keeping this privil-
COMBINATION CANAL AND eged apartment might also be
PORTOBELLO TRIP $25 includes considered. Inquiries invited. Tel-
meals, soft drinks,. wonderful phone 3-4549 from 9 a.m. to
time. Phone Jungle Jim, El Pan- noon and from 2:30 p m. to 7
ama 3-1660. p.m. __
FOR RENT:- Completely fur-
INVITATION FOR PROPOSAL nished apartments. $50. $60.
FOR FURNISHING BOOKS Regular transportation, North
IN SPANISH American neighbors. Phone 3-
Panama Canal Company invites 0471.
proposals for furnishing 65 items
' approximately 6.000 copies of
books in Spanish for use as FOR RENT:-Modern furnished
school textbooks. Sealed bids and unfurnished apartments.
will be received in the office of Alhambra Apartments.
the Superintendent of Storehous- 10th Street. Phone 1386. Colon.
es. Balboa, for opening in pub-
lic at 10:30 am.. October 25, 1
1955. Invitation No 195 may FOR RENT-- Furnished apart-
be obtained from the above meant including refrigerator.
office, telephone 2-1815. porch, oarlor-dininq room. bed-
----- room. kitchen. Tiled, screened.
S560. Inquire 112 Via Belisario

Obsequies Tomorrow

For Evelyn Adams

PUperal services will be held"
tonforrow afternoon at 4 o'clock'
in the Cabo Verde Seventh Day
Adventist Church for Evelyn
Flena Adams who died yesterday
at the Panama Radiological
A Barbadian. she was 50 years
old. Burial will follow the serv-
ices at Pueblo Nuevo Cemetery.
Miss Adams Is survived b" her
sister. Emelvn Adams in Cnlifor-
nia. on aint and several co,,-
ins She was member of St
Peter's Friendly Socletv and the
La Boca Mutual Aid Benefit.

'. ;

Porras near Roosevelt Theater.
FOR RENT: Comoletely fur-
nished apartments S50 60.
Regular transportation. North A-
merican neighbors. Phone 3-
0471. -

FOR RM:- -,A mn1A fufr-
nished or unfurnishd: sitting-
dining room. 2 bedrooms. 43rd
Street No. 64. Bells Vista.

'Vital Toens" Charm course for
younq ladies 13 to 16 vears old.
Monday and Wednesdays from
5 to 6 p.m. A complete top-to-
toe Charm course based on the
Dukarry Course. Telephone Llo-
na Sears today for further infor-
mation, Panama 3-0327.

A DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY employee suggestion auarcl
and a check for $10. are presented Miss Rosa C. Clement, a
clerk typist in the Adjutant General's Section. U. S. Arm',
Caribbean by Col W N Hornish, AG. USARCARIB .Miss
Clement submitted an idea Improving the format used for the
amendment of General Orders which resulted in savings o,f
preparation time and materials At right is James R. O'Rorke.
civilian personnel training officer. USARCARIB. who received
similar awards for the suggested use of magnetic Lape reeorn-
ers for recording Important speeches, orientations, and train-
ing lectures. (UB Army Photoi


1956 FORD


FOR SALE:-Aquariums and ac-
cessories. Phone Navy 3538.
FOR SALE:-Dutch canaries, or-
ahge color, $12.50 each. First
Street, Perejil, # 7-144. Apt. 4.
FOR SALE:-Servel refrigerator,
dining set (4 chairs), washing
machine, 3/4 violin, adjustable
dross form. outdoor furniture,
garden tools, plants, large tor-
age box, & miscellaneous house-
hold items. House 2468 Morgan
Avenue, Balboa.
FOR SALE: SP-400-X Ham-
marlund receiver in unusually
excellent condition. 60- cycle,
105 to 125 volts. only $225.
Phone Curundu 5202.
FOR SALE:-Billiard tables, cue
sticks, billiard balls. etc. Very
reduced prices. Call E. Jaramillo
telephone 136. Colon.
FOR SALE:-Paint spraying out-
fit: Ta n k. automatic pressure
switch. 34-hp. motor, hose, fil-
ter and gun. House 1506-B,.
Akee Street. Balboa 575.
FOR SALE:-Craftsman 10-inch
tilting-arbor saw. just like now.
Can be seen at Immigration Sta-
tion. Corosal. $75.
FOR SALE-- Windolph garden
maker. 2-hp., excellent condi-
tion $150. Phone Balboa 3373.
FOR SALE: Concrete mixer
Koehring 10- S. rubber tires.
first class condition. Call 3-6022
Monday morning.

FOR SALE: 1952 Ford Con-
vertible, cream, Ferdomatic, ra-
dio, heater. 36,000 miles, ex-
cellent condition. Call Lt. Strub,
Albrook 3171 or 7255.
FOR SALEM-1949 Buick 4-dr.
sedan, Super, dynaflow. House
2468 Morgan Avenme, Balbea.
FOR SALE.:-194 Mercury 4-
door, black, good condition.
238-1, Subert St., Gatun. Tele-
phone 5-529.
FOR SALE: 1953 Oldsmobile
'88" Sedan. radio 2 speakers,
heater. w-w. hydramatic. excel-
lent condition. Call Balboq 4473.

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


WANTED: Vacatin quarter
around 15 November. Refer-
ences finished. Call Navy 2247
after 4:00.
cation quarters for December 1st.
Call after 4:00 IBlboe 2-4462.
WANTED.-- Vacatio quarters
for It November. For as long
as possible. Phone 2-3681.

FOR RENT: Completely fur-
nished house: 2 bedrooms. maid's
room. Jse do Fabrega Avenue
No. 12. Tlephrne 3-6194.
FOR RENT: Luxurleus resi-
d nce, furnished in best rsmidn-
teal sector. Slt Street No. 23.
For information Phone 2-2130.
WANTED: Vacation quarters
Nov. 1st for one or two couples.
Call 2-4134 Balboa.
FOR RENT-Smal* chalets: liv-
ing room. two bedrooms, kitch-
en, maid's ream and garage. No.
5 Ave. Ma6ico, between 31 t r
32nd Streets.

Help Wanted
WANTUr:--Explrisond nurne.
maid with ref~. nces. Must seep
in. De rne bother to apply if not
qualified for.the jeb. 29 IIth
Sheet, Son Francisce de Ia Cal-

WANTES: Maid to clin a-
aitnunt once a week, and wash
Clothe. Nicanor Obarrie 23,
Apt. 19.

Position Offered
pedried salesman. Should speak
Englied sad Spanish fluently.
Send rileumd of experience with
recent phtegraph and refer.
On*m to Aptdo. 827 Panama.
WANTED:-Stenegrapher. Span-
ish-English. Write Box 1199

FOR RENT:-2-b.dreom shalet
furnished or unfurnished. 32nd
Street No. 3-63. Information at
Bella Vista Theater.

Wanted to Buy

Real Estate
WE BUY, SeM lld Meage Reol
Estate. "The Imapoel Elodle.'
Cathedral PIesu, PoMame. Tel.
phone 2-0857.
FOR SALE:-Tract of land .2,
000 square-mnters with frmonta
on Trans-lltmian Highway mo
corner of recently concNted
rod. 12 miles from the city, 40c.
square mqtw. Water all aur
round. Ricardo Mir6, Phne 1-
4923 or 3-6001.

Boats & Motors
FOR SALEi-One 25-hp. Ivin-
rude motor, 1955 model in good
condition. Balboa 3135.
FOR SALE.--at 16' long. 4 8
wide. Call Curuidu 4136 frnm
4 6 p.m.

FOR RENT: Furnished reem.
Independent, $30 monthly. Tel.
3-5646 Panama.
FOR RENT:- Furnished roam,


Meg, Townsend Gramlich's Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences.
(tuonliniied from Page 1) moderate rates. Phone Ganmbs
hope that the press and public 6-441.
will extend to Her Royal High- Shrepnel's furnishld homes eon
ness their customary courtesy boch at Suat Clae. Telepbone
and cooperation In respecting Thompon, *Balbe 1772.
her prinacy." -
The statement coupled with
her rlaHoe to windsor to see the
dashing air hero of World War
I, confounded romantic-hiuided
After a surprise two-hour call
Townsend paid on Margaret
Thursday night at Clarence
House. one day after he return- a
ed from his -exile' post as air
attache to the embassy in Brus-
sels ior a leave, all Britain was
virtually certain an announce-
ment would be forthcoming of a
Royal wedding.
To startled Britons, the state-
neirg meant the princess. Is not
about to tell all in an announce-
IMmern on her personal life but
that ;he obviouslys has an inter-
est an the airman-diplomat,.
Lait to nirht's meeting was
their second in the 28 months
~in, tile rumors of their ro-
imarie started and Townsend
%a dropped from his post as
paIore equerry.
e It took place among the shad
l.ine, and bright meadows of
Win cor where Townsend. 15
lNealn Margaret's senior. first
antolled with her and taught her
to ride.
"rhe hectic developments since
1!! arrival for home leave and
The princess' arrival from a
Scottish vacation had served to
heighten the tension.
It %as pointed out that the
Royal family can squelch any MAHOG4NY BEDROOM
romantic rumors simply by pass- LIVING AND DINING
Inc the word to the two Journal- ROOMS
..is accredited to the palace for
the two British domestic news
an,. .les Not a word has been
sid To them in the months since fe r Bro n
the news of tie romance broke wg Brown,
Britons., wise to the workines
of the palace. noted particularly olsterer
there was no negative palacr
reaction to the sudden visit o F
Townsend to Princess Margaret Funeral n Monday
and her mother at Clarence
House. George Brown. Panama City

Observers agreed the Royal :upzu,.Lsr r u.tu [I nan to Lomas
family knew Townsend's two- .Hospital around noon yesterday
hour call for dinner would give shortly after he t as stricken
the impression a marriage was with a heart attack while at
on, thus deliberately inviting work in ha establishment.
su(h speculation, perhaps a a e w 49 ears old
buildup to the official an- Tentative plans ailed for fun-
.era] ervl(ce Monda% at 4 pot.
AddinR to the suectilatinn "W. atSt PauI's Epi-,copal ChU n.
'111 fact Prime Mnlster Sir An-'
rthor Eden let it be known npl Mtr BrTov la survived by his
wo,,Id call on Queen Ei-'beri wife. Ethelhna a son. Lewellvn,
Tuedsv,. thp d'.v afrer she rp- in the US Anmyv and tvo i-
tprn< from Srotland Prac"e of terms. Lllitdn Allevnef f Panama
ti0- tension. his visit Inev"it.fb' Ctv and Mrr. Imogene Roberts
111 l touch on Margaret's fut'ir- of Colon


He was a member nf Royal
Doris Lodge No 19 and the
Burial Scheme of Panama


Monday Thru Thursday
For appointment
Balboa 2-2959
For U.S. personnel
and their families oa,.

I H om ecom ing Sunday at St. PE-- r- .. . -
ter'" clfnrch, La Boca. on Nov. -- --
ihich is annually observed a. al a i ... ..
day for former parishioners, will RPUS CHRIST.. Tex. Oct. University in New Orleans said
hegin a .ieres of events in the iUPt A brilliant star which that from descriptions given, it
parish for that mdnth. apparently exploded into a imeteo- appeared to be a fireball.
pa rite shower flashed across t e "This would be unusual in the
Member who are separated sky yesterday touching off excit- daytime," he said. "but fireball
from the church by removal or ed reports irfive Southern states explosions have been sighted dur-
other reason are invited a of fl ming airplane crashes and ing the day." Thomson said it al-
return for worship and fellowship mysterious explosions, so was possible for a fireball to
ron fHomecomr sunday. Thousands of persons in Texas, come within 2,500 feet of ;t l
on Homecoming Sunday. o er- and West Fl t Pensacola prt- grs before ported flam-

ments an o ames hale. beer ash Threi also were reports It had po crashes aerial collis ns or
signed to arious members of the touched ofi' ies" in wooded sec- appe'rent explosions i n areas a
aud to iar. i s ot tons or swampy areas of Louisi- roud various cities and military
aux ar," ana when flaming bits of the fire- bases in the four-state area.
Harvet thanksgiving services ball smashed to earth. Descriptions varied on what-the
Har lated for No. 20. and wii The New Orleans Coast. Guard objt looked like as it flashed
be patterned afte- past year. I said it definitely had decided the through the skies. Some persons
Arr-ngements are being made firebali was a meteorite shower said it had a vapor trail' others
fo.r the parish to go on an outing The best guess was that a largeI that it had a blue flaming La II
i r op"t of the flaming object fell Offwith a bright orange ball for
to Rio Piedra on Thanksgivingpart of trheflasting object aell of'..be
Da Tickets for the outing mayorpus tether bures iny.Galveston
be obtained from members of thel ."here were no official reports Weather bureauss in Ga rvestn,
choir or Parish Welfare Council. of any planes missing jn any of BrwsieadC u Chris"i
CHILDREN'S EUCHARIiT he states, although Air Force Tex, also .reported seeing the ob*
Besides choral communion at 7 plaine- and Coast Guard w h i p s ject. The Corpus Christs i bureau
a m tomorrow, there will be thewere sent out to look for the mys- sad the best guess from the thou-
mothly children Eucharist atIterlous object, which disintegrated sands of reports was that at least
10. Father John Spear. celebrant.-In a bia(k puYf of smoke. a Large part of the object tell in
will deli -r an address at e a c hi The first report on sighting the the bav area.
se."ice .tbject tamne in around 11l:U2 a.m.,
sei---- ceIDuming thi height of the excit- MIiss W lmaIn Butcher
Ted reports. hundreds of whitish
eoo i filmy objeLts floated over Brown- At Conservotory
N eL J ,ooks wouod-the geographical center of
Texas-but there apparently was In New England
no connnection with he fireball.
A description of the fire In- A county agent said the floating M Wilma Dolores Butcher
aurance industry which employs object apparently were spider daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
more than-a million Americans webs .wept along on high *ir cur- d Butcher. has registered for
and a dramatic report on what rents.
protectiand a dramatic report on whgainst fire meato Fed Harniond of Dallas was in her third year at the New Eng-
ran, s told in "M an Against a private plane en route f r o m land Conservatory of Music in
Fire, one of the books placed in Gulfport. Miss.. to Baton Rouge Boston. Massachusetts, as a ma-
circulaton during the past week La.. and said he saw. a tremen- Jar in music education.
bY the irculation during the Library. Edous flash of light He said he She plans to teach after her
Written by Bob CaoneLibr e ary. rst thought it was "'a flying graduation from the Conserva-
Written by Bob Considine, one.saucer." tory.
of America's top reporters, the Then, Harmond said "-it came
book tell of America's greathilongside lght off our left wing| Miss Butcher graduated from
fires, from the great Chicago at a tremendous rate of speed dl the Pan-American Instittue in
Fire of 1871 and the Morro Cas- began to slew down and their. ex- 11952, and received her musical
tie disaster, to the Cocoanuo ploded in a shower of flying training prior to entering the
Grove, Texas Cit and Hartford sparks Conservatory from Mrs. Ellsa-
circus fires tragedies that Dr. Frase, Thomson of the as- beth Feinland at the Inr~to
shocked a nation and brought nom department at Tulane Naclonal de Musica in
to public attention the need for
stronger fire prevention meas- "
The complete list of books.
'their titles and authors placed E L E A S
lin circulation during the wee'."'I
follows TODAY at the "CENTRAL"
Child's Emotional Growth, Wolf*
The Glory and the Wonder of ADVENTURE:
the Bible. Poling: Approaches to
God, Maritain: A Journey into A T U T A TAR
IFaith, Kepler; America'sRise to "MAN WITHOUT A STAR
World Power. 1898-1954, Dulles:
Put your Money to Work for PLUS: THE BASEBALL WORLD SERIES
More Freeman: Man A-
Salnst Fire. Considine: Autonmo-
tve Fuel Lubricating and Coo;-
inx Systems. Crouse; Handbook
for the Woman Driver. Mort-
gomery: Winnine your 8o0rs.
Moore: The Way to Write,
Flesch: All the Beat in Eu rope.
Clark; One Man in his.TiMe.
Borodin His Vern Self and
Voice, Byron: Gilbert stuart.
nFlexner. No 13. Bob. Fuller; and
Heroines of Dixie. Jones.
Fiction: The Missouri Traveel-
er, Burress: Thunder State,
Cooper: Focus on Murder, Coxe;
Hannibal of Carthage .Dolan:
The Young Lovers. Halevy; The
Memoirs of Malzie, Rutchins;
and Three Men Out. Stout: o ---rr ing eanXe Crai, Care Trevor A
Children's Books: The NOUse- bring you Ina,-won'n, excitement without equal in MAN
wife. Godden: Pireman Cas y WITHOUTA. SrAR.. featuring the singing voice of Fran-
Mystery of the Se9rMe Dre wer. kle Laine.., tAN WITHOUT A STAR in coler by Techni-
Orton' Commnth eaon ] Drawrhe- color continued today at the CENRAL Theatre. 1:15. 3:10
Orton-. Comninti BAtche 5:06, 7:00 and 8:5t .m n coMSabna*Jon with the picture of
lor: Play at Home, RWO"d; the aebaill Wed erle between New York TlYankees land
Stephen Poster, Way MnDgtol, ,of B ekg" Advt.
Higgin!: and How Did i Qt-
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Dr. C. K. Fires DO, R. Avita Jr.
U. s. (Geor tmwm University) M.D.
Tnvou (4th ot July) Ave., No. 21A24
(oppoSite Acon Sechool Playgarund)
Tel. 2-2011 -- PanamB -



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" 4

WJ suitable for couple or bachelor,
SWANTED TO BUY:--Cemplo latr preferred. 4th July 1-352
FOSTER'S COTTAGES. One mile twin beds. Call Panama 3-2733. upstairs). Phone 2-4204.
past Casino. Low rates. Pheue ..V.IVIA u a
Belboo 186.
-PHILLIPS oosideCMas. To Be Observed M etorite Shower Sets Off
PHILLIPS Oueainsd Cottage.S
Santo Clera. Box 435, B lbo.
Phone Panama 3-1877. Crite- Al Plr -
hal 3-1673.No Ex. .
Excited ReDorts in 5 States


,M& 11111041 .W.ll .lam."1'- Irate-



.g5e. c.
In Technicolor!

;5c. 20c.
Double Prohibited
For Minors!

-- m- m- -- m - m nnm- -r iii. - -m ----iilm nlmu -n~ .l ., .i III A

75e .. 40c.
1:15 3:10 5:05 7:00 3:58 p.m.
Kirk DOUGLAS Jeanne CRAIN, in
In Technicolor FLASH!

ITe. I 40e.
1:05 3:08 5:01 6:59 9:00 p.m.
Baibara STANWYCK Robert RYAN
David FARRAR, in
In Superscope and Technicolor[

Wi0'. 30c.
Richard DENNING, in
Plus. -

35c. -- LOTTERY
NIGHT! On the
Stage at 9:00 p.m
Also: -
2 Best Pictures!

V I I UR I A "

t-l-l1-1W) A

DRIVE-IN Theatre
6. -e. 30c.
A Picture Special for the Children!
In -

COL. W. R. SEYMOUR, USARCARIB Quartermaster, presents a $10 check and a Department
of the Army Employe Suggestion Award to Anthony Amato, a Quartermaster Storage Branch
employee at Corozal, as fellow workers look on. Amato, a frequent winner in the employ sug-
gestion program, suggested a more efficient use of the Engineei road sweeper used to clean

caved roads on Pacific-side Army posts.

(US Army Photo)

Bartender, Wile

Indicted In Heiress'

Abortion Death
* -A grand jury which deliberated
only one minute indicted barten-
der Milton Schwartz and his hair-;
dresser wife, Rosalie, today on:
charges of committing the abor-i
tion that killed heiress Mrs. Dor'
is Jean Silver Ostreicher.
The ]ury of 14 women anr0 8
men also returned true bills a-
gainst the couple on charges ofi
performing an abortion and con-1
spiracy to commit an abortion.
In addition, each was indicted.
on separate perjury charges.
The five tru., bills were handed
up to Judge Gerald F. Flood aft-,
er the commonwealth presented
12 witnesses.
Dist. Atty. Samuel Dash said he,
had "no idea" when the c a s e,
would be brought to trial.
"I will have to check the avail-
ability of the court calendar and'
other factors," said Dash.
The 22-year-old Mrs: Ostreicher,'
heiress to a supermarket fortune,
died on Aug. 24 in the $40-a-month .
apartment occupied by Schwartz,)
49; his wife, 42, and their son.
She died two months after
an elopement to Georgia with a,
Miami Beach motorcycle cop.
The girl's mother, Mr. Gertrude
Silver, 4%, has been arrested as
an accessory in the case but a-
waits a further hearing.
At present, she is committed to
a mental hospital with "bereave-
meat shock."
"Mrs. Silver was at her daugh-
ter's side the night she died.
when foreign bodies introduced
into her body caused a lung col- .
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one no-trump, thus showing a hal
North-Souths response of two spades vul.
utt senutb West North
Pass Pass Paws I N.T.
Pass 2 6 Pass Pass
Members of the committee which mapped out ne program this year for the observance of apenin orth proper-
Fire Preention Week qn the Isthmus were guests atvisited the U.S. Army'House of Hazards, left to right, passed. Many average player
ha6 Ueen open to the public all this week.
Than Houare of Hazards," in Building 208 atm Fort Clayton, provides an exhibition of conde would bid again with the -No
tions led attention to the U.S.y hazards encountered in thF. home from a fire and saetyviw- hand, not re w asn' t much to they abid
point. The seciaW. l display is to become and Chpart of a trW. Lng program for military personnel after ding of today's hand because Nort
Fire Prevention Week. U. S. Amy, nd t R. was an expert. He opened witl
one nothen thep, thus showing a bal

_antoo high,
Representatives from all the fire fighting forces in rhe Canal Zone and in Panama City and danced hand with 16 to 18 points
Colon madeupthe rePrevention Committee. South's response of twospadeswa
asweak bid, and North properly
l tne picture above taken while the committee visited the House of Hazards, left to right, passed. Many average players

stanunig are: Capt. Ernesto Arosemena. Panama Fire Department; Chief W. E. Jones, Canal Zone would bid again with the North
Fire Division; Maj. G. A. Trifone, U.S. Air Force; Lt. P. F. Graham, canal Zone Fire DJvision; hand, not realizing that they hat
M/Sgt. J. W. Davis, U. B. Air Force; and Chief D. W. Lowe. U S. Navy. Kneeling in front are already shown the full strength
Chief J. R. Larabee, U. S. Army, and LL R. J. Vllis, U. S. Army. of the hand with the opening bid
and then the partnership would get
too high.

PRESENTS the first trick. Declared next lee
Even at the low contract of twdummy, an
spadeast South ad his troubles

ace, capturing the singleton king
MOIS LOUISIANA COCKTAIL LOUNGE against experts. Perhaps average
an easier time.
West opened the nine of hearts
a nd East allowed dummy to givehole
PRESENTSthe first trick. Declarer next led
the low club from dummy, and
East stepped right up with the
ace. capturing the singleton king
East then took the ace of hearts
THE BEST IN ATMOSPHERE andrled another heart to give West
THE BEST EN JATMOSPH IT] E IUWest now returned a low dia
mond, and South had to make ar
important decision. Should he put
FINE ENTERTAINMENT up dummy's king, or should be
That West's lead was from the
queen? South has already lost three
tricks and was sure to lose a
GOJOD IUINKS 1 trump trick, so he couldn't af-
.* -D ford tc make the wrong guess at
t is stage and thus lose two dia-
The reader will have no trouble
S- in making the right decision, since
jMJq am&om n thA IiIe can see exactly where the Pce
Sand queen of diamonds are. South
didn't have this advantage, so he
Shad to work it out by logic.
East had already shown up w.th
two aces, and South though it was
0re1 s Tosty Popcorn unlikely that. East would have
passed originally it he had held
The. Piano On the House three aces. eao, Sth
o : ,....decided correctly to alay West for
....the ace of diamonds. Heance he
put up dummy's king of diamonds,
MANAGERi winning the trick.
MANAGER The rest was, of course, very
BETTY STRINGER arer cashed a high club
BETTY TRINCER to doa"d theJack of diamonds,
took the ace of spades, and gave
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Trojans Come From Behind
Trojans Come From Behind

Colombian Boxer

With 4-Touchdown 2nd Half Baby Manolele Gets


NEW YORK, Oct. 15
nia and Wisconsin replay
battle last night at Los An
Meeting for the first time
S since Southern Cal tripped the
Badgers. 7-0, at Pasadena al-
most three years ago, the rip-
snortin' Trojans once again
"turned back their rivals from
the Big Ten, 33-21, with a wild,
four-touchdown display in the
second half.
Southern California trailed, 7-
6, at haitiMe, but came back
strong g I the second half behind
,the riutlng of halfback Jon Ar-
nett nd fnUback C. R. Roberts.
The Trojavs went ahead, 19-14,
in the third. period on two
touchdowns bv Roberts and th n
... added two more in the final
quarter on bull-dozing plunges
by Arnett and Jim Contratto.

(UP)--Southern Califor-
red their 1955 Rose Bowl
geles with the same script.
and unscored on in three games,
faced Michigan State with a
aood deal of apprehension. The
Irish suffered humiliating de-
feats in their last two visits to
East Lansing, Mich., but they
still were quoted as seven-point
favorites for today's clash.
Michigan, Maryland and Ok-
lahoma rated 1-2-3 by the
United Press board of coaches--
faced "breather" opponents in
their respective conferences: The
Wolverines were 21-point favor-
ites in their Big Ten open a-
gainst Northwestern, Maryland
also was a 21-point pick over
North Carolina in the Atlantic
Coast Conference, while Okla-
homa opened its Big Seven cam-
als ~asa--__-npo _i_&.iav-ri4e-g.-

Arnett also accounted for pagn as a u-pont favorie over
USC's first touchdown in the Kansas.
opening period on a 55-yard Three other top-ranked team
gallops and wound up with 134 also had conference dates fifth-
erage of n0.3 arries per play. ranked Georgia Tech entertain-
erage of 10.3 yards per plaY. ed Auburn in the Southeastern
ullbsack Charles Thomas scored Conference, sixth-ranked Texa
ce for the Badgers, who suf- Conference, sxth-ranked Texa
wfre th lrfrt t in four Christian plyed host to Texas
ered their first defeat i A-and-M in the Southwest Con-
ames this season while Jim ference's "big" game, while 7th-
aluska teamed u with John ranked U.C.L.A. visited Stanford
ridgeman on a 78-yard pass in the Pacific Coast Conference.
pay for Wisconsin's other score.
,In other major Friday night Navy, ranked No. 9 after
tames, H-rb Nakken and Lou three straight shutout victo-
SN ele each scored two touch- rules, traveled to Penn State for
downs in leading Utah to a the East's game-of-the-day.
2*-7n1 vitorh o v ep Den er Army whipped the Nittany Li-
while Vanderbilt w h i p peda on, 35-6, two weeks ago and
ChattanoolSas, 12-0, on touch- most experts will be waiting to
0 ddmes b. Charley Horton and SeeI f the Middies can match
* Jo Scales. o the rout.
SAnother intersectional battle
between bowl champions Duke In the Ivy League, Cornell.
nd Ohio State, and a national- .was at Yale and HarVard at.
-televised clash between 4th- Columbia, while Army, whin-.
ranked Notre Dame and llth- .ped by Michigan. last. week,.
iated,Mlchigam State highlight- hoped to strike back against Sy-
Bd Saturday's national program. racuse. Minnesota was at Illi-
SA crowd of 82,000 was expect- nois and Purdue at Iowa in oth-
ed for the Duke-OSU meeting at er Big Ten contests.
jdiimbus, Ohio, which was rat-
bd. a toss-up by the oddsmak- Alabama played Tennessee at
ork Duke's Orange Bowl cham- Birmingham, Ala., Mississippi
Sins have gone unbeaten in State was at Kentucky, and

1am e,. lle th Buckeyes were ties; unbeaten W est Virginia en-
rio'fled'I* the backfield. tertained William and Mary in
All-America halfback Howard. the Southern; Colorado was at
(Hop Ilon.)(sa=dy hoped to, Kansas State and Missouri at
plaf j.- the oa Bowl titlfhold Iowa State in the' Big Seven;
rs pite an inlured, le, bu Texas visited Arkansas and Rica
fullback Don Vicle and halfback' was at Southern Methodist in
Jerry Harkrader were not ex- the Southwest Conference, and
ted to see action against the other PCC games were Califor-
B Devils. nia at Oregon and Washington
tre Dame, unbeaten, untied State at Idaho.


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Test This Aftemoon
Baby Manolete. Colombia's
featherweight champion whose
right name Is Julio Cesar Or-
tiz Alvarez. will be given a
"sufficiency" test by the Pan-
ama Boxing Commission this
evening at 4 at the National
The commission has given a
provisional okay to a card
drawn up by Caras Nuevas
S.A., which will be held at the
gym Oct. 23. Manolete Is slated
to fight Manuel Prescott on
the card's eight-round, 129-
pound feature.
This evening, the Colombian
will box three rounds with a
featherweight to be chosen by
the commission.
If his showing is satisfac-
tory, the program will get fi-
nal approval.

South Carolina

Has Freshman

Whiz In Dixon
s South Carolina nominates a fresh-
man for future All America sta-
d The Gamecocks believe 165-
pound King Dixon is one of the
finest runners in the c ol ege
ranks now. The Laurens lad made
the All-America sholastic team.

Eleventh of.a series weltten
for NEA Service

WITH four minutes on the clock
to go, the Chicago Cardinals were
14 points ahead in a ,jdmorable
game played in 1946.
With less than one minute on
the clock. t~skore,n tied
The e satisfied
with "te. 4e .Sad a short
kickoff and W*Kr Rankin of the
Ardina stole the ball.
I completed a 45-yard pass to
Mal Kutner, who was knocked
out of bounds on the Bears'
three-yard line,

Ilbarra Seeks Third Straight

Kayo Win Since Turning Pro

Her Majesty Queen Tita I. who youngster from Colon, meets' tain raiser, when Tony (Red
rreigned over the recent First Na- veteran Goyo Caatafledas in tne: Feather) Shaw clashes with
tional Games, has accepted an six-round semifinal at. 119 Dicky Brathwaite.
Invitation to be guest of honor pounds. Shaw is a fast, hard-hitting
'of Caras Nuevas S A. during its Indian who will be fighting pro-
program tomorrow night at the Slugging Sonny McKay seeiK. tessionallv for the first time
National Gym. his third straight kayo in the rhese boys will go four heats at
The card will feature an eight- main prelim against Baby Noe'. a weight limit of 120 pounds.
round, 120-pound bout between in a 115-pound, four-rounder. General admission for the
sensational Toto Ibarra and Kid And the San Bias. "eolony" show Is 75 cents. Ringside Is
Zefine IIL will be represented In the cur- $1.50.
Charming Queen Tita made __M_ _ ... --
a hit during the games whet
she attended several boxing
shows and even climbed into
the ring on one occasion to
congratuate a winner.

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Tita, accompanied by a group
of some nine young ladies, will
arrive at the gym in a fouricar
caravan at 8:15, so as to be on
hand for the curtain raiser
Which bets underway at 8:30.
i Ibarra, who in a w e e ping
through the amateur ra n ks
racked up 48 victories in 52 ap-
pearances, will be making his
debut as a pro in a Panama Ci-
ty ring.
Toto has two kayo wins in
as-many pro fights to his
credit, but both of his battles
were at the Colon Arena. He
stopped Claudio Martinez in
six, and knocked out Juan Sal-
azar in five.
Ibarra has never taken part in
a fight set for over six rounds.
Sunday's match will be a new
experience for him, If 'of course,
it goes the limit.
Three other contests round out
the program.
Claudio Martines, a promising

Author Enlivens

Grid Scene With

Book On Coaches

NEW YORK, Oct. 15 (UP)-
At the height of the 1955 foot-
ball season, author Edwin pope
enlivened the 'scene today with
a new book "Football's Greatest
Coaches" which reviews careers
of 28 of the nation's standout
college gridiron masters.
Pope, executive sports editor
of the Atlanta Journal, made
his selection of the coaches
through a "jury" of 50 of the na-
tion's veteran football writers.
Covering the subject from "A
to Z" Bill Alexander of Geor-
gia Tech to Bob Zuppke of Illin-
ois-Pope has compiled a volume
so full of football lore it might
appropriately be bound in pig-
The book draws a balance be-
tween such modern football
"brains" as Bud Wilkinson of
sal Christman Oklahoma, Jim TatuM of Mary-
land, and Don Faurot of Mis-
the clock showed 17 seconds. souri, who have specialized in
main I asked the referee if various adaptations of the T-
remit was ainut right and he said formation, and such old timers-
yeit was u righ and he said as Andy Kerr of Colgate with
We were in the corner of the his double wing, Fritz Crisler of
field and there was a very tough Michigan with the buck lateral
cross wind. That threw out a field sequence out of the single wing,
goal. Pop Warner, 44-year veteran of
!six different schools with his in-
I figured I'd better come up genious "Warner Sytem," and!
with something that would give Knute Rockne of Notre Dame,
us one more attempt if the first who drew an accolade as "the
one didn't work. Then I could go greatest."
with the field goal as a last re-
sort. The first play had to be one Pope, in preparation of the
that would stop the, clock if it book, wrote more than 1,000
didn't work. The only thing that letters to former players, close
fitted into that category was a friends, and opponents of the
pass. coaches involved.
So, I called the pass and again THE UNWELCOME GUEST
completed it to Kutner for a
touchdown. COLDWATER, Mich. -(UP)-
I had no far of an interception. Randy Stegner's first birthday was
Had Kutner been even half way a howling success. The boy's cries
covered, I would have thrown the began just after his mother, Mrs.
ball into the upper deck. Ned Stegner, changed his diapers
for the party. A swift check dis-
The clock showed about 10 sec- closed that a wasp spparentlv had
bonds. I was congratulating my-. taken refuge in Randy's three-
self on getting out of this one with cornered pants while they hung on
a victory when the Bears receiv- a clothesline.
"- ki toff and used up more
than two minutes before we stop-1
tem at about midfield as
game ended!
The stadium clock had been
more than twe minutes wrong, \
and in the excitement neither the
referee nor I had taken time to
check it with the umpires
Had I known that we had more
than two minutes to get three
yards, under no circumstances
wodid I have called a pass.
NEXT: Sid Lockmau.

East Lansing, Mich.- (NEAl-
The best defensive performance
,in Michigan State history was a-
i- t Pittsburgh in- IM6. The
Spartans held the Panthers to a
minas 11 v a rds.

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Agenda Glud took over the
Fuerza y Luz quintet last Tues-
day night at the Diablo Heights
bowling lanes for four points, to
go Into-a tie with, the Seymour
Agency for the lead In the Ma-
jor Bowling League. uerza y
Luz was unable to win a game,
though defeated by a total of
only one pin in the first game,
14 pins In the second, and nine
pins in the final game, losing
pinfall by only 29 pins. Marka-
kis, subbing fqr McCarthy of
the Glud team knocked out a
572 while Kelly knocked out a
high of 585. For Fuerza y Luz,
Thomas had a 578 and Welch a
Meanwhile, the Max R. Stem-
pel and Son insurance men
jumped from last place' into
fourth place with a foqr-point
win over the Summit Hills Golf
Club team when Billy Coffey
continued bis e x t r ordinary
scoring spree, knocking out his
fourth consecutive series of over
700 pins. He started a week ago
Tuesday with 711 for Stempel,
bowled 709 last Wednesday in
the Mixed League, then hit a 703
Friday night In the' Classlc
League for the El Panama team,
and completed it with his 707
Tuesday night. Such scoring
would without doubt win almost
anything established as a prize,
even in the United States.
Four consecutive series of over
700 is almost unheard of, even
by top-ranking bowlers. The Na-
tional record in such scoring is
five 700 or better series in a
row, scored by Walter Ward of
Garfield Heights, Ohio, who in
the "A" League, in 1933, scored
series of 704, 707, 746, 745 and
723. Jacober scored a big 620 for
Summit, followed by Jamison
with 532. For Stempel, following
Coffey, was Boyer with 560 and
Feger with 555.
Seymour Agency knocked over
Colonial Insurance for three
points when Hal Kaelin scored
his biggest series in two years
with 599, followed by Colbert
with 578. For Coldnial, Gleich-
man and Schirmer had 535 each.
In the final match of the eve-
ning, H. I. Homa.Co. tilesetters
splil four points with.the Tahiti
Jewelers. Buid Balcer .had a fat
612 series followed by Eddie Lo-
wande with 572 for Homa, fol-
lowed by Lane with 598 and Ma-
lek with 544 for Tahiti.
The present standings pf the
teams, after four weeks of 28:
Team Won Lost Pot.

PUTTING ONE LITTI,,E WORD after another and Edward
Seely, N. Y. C., among others, wants to know whatever became
of Willie The Whammy? Please, can't you see the poor fellow's
bleeding from every pore? A tapped grapevine has the Indians
dealing Al Rosin, and waivers fluttering for Sal Maglie and Ferris
Fain. Old as he is, Sugar Ray may be an'overlay at 3-1 against
Bobo Olson. Nothing stimulates the Harlem Hot Shot like money,
a commodity he's fresh out of at the moment. And, winning, a
rich return would await him in San Francisco. The Randy Tur-
pin blueprint in reverse.
"The Finai Answer and Other Poems," a collection of the
late Grantland Rice's sports page verse, is off the press with a
foreword by Johnny Kieran, himself better than a green hand
with meter and rhyme. Apparently even Mel Allen, the voice of
the Yankees, had tough going in the Series. The Tnies TV critic
described him as "Televisions' undisputed connoisseur of the obvi-
ous." The Giants' front office no longer makes any attempt to
conceal the fact that Leo Durocher was permitted to resign as a
face-saving gesture, or that any successor other than Bill Rigney
was ever considered.

CHARLEY SCHNEIDER'S STABLE of baseball oracles came
through for him like champions this year, the annual Scripps-
Howard poll forecasting in April that it would be the Brooklyns
and the Yankees in the World Series, The Sporting News poll,
on the other hand, insisted it would be Cleveland versus Mil-
waukee. Bob Christenberry, retired fancier of the busted beak,
has taken over the three top hotels in the Dominican Republic.
"The country's a sportsman's paradise," he tells you. "They've
got everything from polo to cock fighting." The Big Ten may
again shrink to nine. Ominous reports reach this corner about
the precarious state of Northwestern football.
Chicago writers, here for the Series, took a firm stand-this
was early in the afternoon-that Swaps was not a fit horse the
day he hooked up with Nashua in the match race. CBS radio
offers a football tipping service each Saturday night, but flinches
at the thought of ,a similar service on the horses-and at this
time of the year, football just happens to be the biggest betting
sport in the world. Dick Thornburg, who picked the 1875 Ken-
tucky Derby one, two, three, reports from Cincinnati that John
(New Yorker) McNulty has a problem. . "Fears he's raising a
backward boy. The kid's 5 years old and can't take the morning
line on the phone yet."
NOTE T70 P16BDeB: l wezt time we name a new manager
around here why not posehim staring at a baseball, as if It were
a crystal ball? One thing about old Casey Stengel; he never
plays footage with the convenient alibi. Before shoving off for
the Orient, he admitted he couldn't justify taking Tommy Byrne
out in the Series finale.. "He wanted to stay and I should have
listened to him." With one down and the infield back for a
double play, Bob Grim came in and threw a run-scoring fly ball
to Gil Hodges, who is a specialist at that sort of thing. Hodges
had singled the previous'time up, but for the most part Byrne
was retiring the Brooklyns on infield outs. There was no law
against Hodges getting another single-hitting the same kind of
fly off Byrne-but the percentage was against it.
Phil Faversham, 315, E. 68th St., N. Y. C., writes: "I've been
a Yankee fan for 30 years but when Hodges took Reese's throw
for the final out I got up from my chair In front of my TV set
and saluted the Dodgers as champions... with a capital C. "Now,
24 hours later, listening to the Garroway show and reading three
morning newspapers. I find not a single word of praise for the
Yankees, from owner O'Malley, manager Alston or any of the
players. Win or lose, the Yankees always had a good word for
the other team. I therefore revise my sentiments... the Dodgers
are champions with a small e."
ON THE COVER OF YALES football guide for press and ra-
dio-TV is a picture of a student carrying books, and if this doesn't
get the iconoclastic Charley Loftus expelled from college press
agentry nothing will. Col. Abe Hallow, dead at 84, was Joseph
Widener's liaison with racing's less romantic side. He was the
Philadelphia aristocrat's behind-the-scenes man at Albany during
the fight to legalize mutuels, and also later in Florida-along
with Big Bill Dwyer, millionaire bootlegger-when a similar chal-
lenge developed. Ever a sensitive man, Widener was shocked
when he learned Hallow and Owyer took a shoe box filled with
large, coarse notes to Tallahassee to ameliorate the economic con-
ditions of certain Florida statesmen. Obviously, a briefcase would
have been infinitely more proper.
Bert Gordon, editor of Boxing and. Show World, called the
Marclano1Moore fight on the nose-usually a vulnerable spot, as
far as the champion is concerned. Bargain hunters had 14 horses
going for the price of one in Friday's sprint for 2-year-olds at
Belmont, and were rewarded when field horses ran one, two,
each paying $8.10. Charles T. Kirk, Brooklyn, nominatesthe
Giants for the camp chair, or fold-up crown of 1955. . "They
weren't in first place for a single day, yet they were the defend-
ing champions."

Drama of Aetion and Intrgue, Release Next
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Coffey ...., .. ..

Games Ave.
.. 12 212+4

Schirmer .. .. .. .. 12 199+11
Balcer .. .. .. .. .. 12 198+0
Colbert .. .. .... 12 191+9
Lane .. .. .. .. 12 190'4
Jacober .. .. .. 12 188+10
Kaelin .... .. .. .. 12 187+10
Thomas .. .. .. .. 12 186+0
Welch .. .. .. .. 1 185+0
Hermann .. .. .. 12 183+8
(Above does not include subs
stitutes Art iPue with an aver-
age of 193+3 or Mitch Marka-
kis with 190+2)
The scores of Tuesday night'f
Granata . 153 183 152 488
Klumpp .'. 163 171 176 510
Kelly . 182 183 290 585
Woodcock 169 165 203 537
Markakis 214 162 196 572
81 8" 9472 3692
McClarty . 210 161 167 538
Thomas 179 185 214 878
Luttenberger 174 183 160 617
Bilachowski 134 155 167 456
Welch . . 183 164 .225 574
880 850 933 2663

Wilber 1, 47- 172 179 498
Feger . 193 191 171 555
Boyer . 18 200 11 560
Winquist 189 174- 173 536
Coffey . 205 269 233 707
923 1006 927 2856
Jamison . 202 189 141 532
Gustafson 155 188 158 501
Anderson . 177 179- 164 520
Bowen .. 185 151 153 489
Jacober . 201 205 214 620
920 912 830 2662
(The high series of 2856 sets a.
high 3-game series record for
the season thus far).

Schirmer . 171 174 190 535
Burgis . 184 159 164 507
Allen .. . 161 189 147 497
Zeletes . 192 1597 194 544
Gleichman 188 192 155 535
896 872 850 2618
Btes 172.- 153 .176. .11
ieUn,. 243 171 185 503
te ,. 152 167 155 474
lbert . 194 -149 233 578
030 788 920 208
Lyons . . 194 201 553
Nelson . 216 198 156 572
Lowande .216 198 158 572
Almeda .. 179 182 176 537
Balcer . 188 200 224 612
924 980 851 2755
Hermann . 196 144 153 493
Malek 205 146 193 544
Junkie . 188 192 166 546
Lane ... 206 203 190 598
Larrabee . 216 144 180 540
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Agenda Glud .... 11 5 .688
Colonial Ins. ..... 9 7 .563
Stempel and Son .. 8 8 .500
Tahiti Jewelry ... 7 9 .438
H. I. Homa Co. ... 7 9 .438
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Balboa Reserves Lead

Second Half Attack

Superior numbers, reserves and heavier players were
too big a handicap for the Crist6bal High School Tigers
as they were overrun 27-0 oast night at the Mount Hope
Stadium by the Balboa High Bulldogs.. *

The scrappy Tigers held the
Bulldogs scoreless during the
first quarter as the teams play-
ed on more or tles even terms.
In the second quarter, Cristo-
bal attempted a ump pass over
center wa h, was Intercepted by
lineacket Larry Iegel who
sampered eight yards for a
touchdown. Quarterback Ed
Scott made the extra point with
a qUarterback sneak.
Late in the second quarter,
Bruce Bateman went over on a
15-yard off-tackle play. Bate-
tin also converted the extra
Balboa kicked off to Cristobal
In the second half, holding them
on down. Balboa took overethe
ball with reserve players, mov-
ing the ball down to the CHS
ten-yard line on a fine run by
S135-pound sophomore halfbacK
Don Ryter. From there the ball
was pushed over for the third
\ 0uchdown. Bob Lockaby went
over for the extra point.
Later in the third quarter, de-'
fensive halfback Ken Wheeler
Intercepted a Tiger pass on the
50-yard line and, with the aid

of two nicely thrown blocks,
shook loose and outran the en-
tire Cristobal team for the
fourth and final TD.
Except for the first five mlin-
utes of the second half, the
Bulldog reserves carried the
Balboa attack with Joe Godsey
and Ryter doing some fine work.
Throughout the first half, the
fired up Tiger defenses gave
Balboa plenty of trouble.

Football Results

Friday seeres
Vanderbilt I Chattanooga 0
South Carolina St. 26 Clark 13
Colorado Mines 26 Colorado Col-
lege 14
Millsaps 33 Howard 6
Thiel 13 Geneva 7
Utah 27 Denver 7
South. CaL 33 Wisconsin 21.

New Cartridge Bas a Rtasea is nothing against it. A factory du-
By WARREN PAGE plicate, or near-duplicetae to give
lboetin Editror it a little more shoulder to sit pro-
GUN BUGS are a hard crew to perly in he chamber, could be
get along with. They're a bunch of worked up very easily, and such
perfectionists, by and large, al- a round would work through the
:ways scratching around for some. standard lengths of bolt actions.
thing super-duper, and living un- But when the Winchester-West-
der the pleasant delusion that the ern technicians began thinking
people who make guns and am- about a modern knock-em stiff
munition are in business for the cartridge that would sell they had
love of it. to figure a lot of other angles.
The gun companies are altruist- The .358, which is the compact
Ic, to a degree few people realize, .30 case opened up for .35 caliber
in that they spend more money, bullets, makes a finished round
tifte,, and energy on conservation that is short enough to f e e d
pro ects and cnservaiton legisla- through the action of the most
tion than the man in the street ev- modern lever gun, the Winchester
er dreams of. But when they de- Model 88. And it will also feed
sign a new product, it has to have through a short boltaction, or a
some chate of. paying its way" short semi automatic action,
S Take the new .358 Winchtr should Wjnchuster haPpen to
4"f rtcenty aifUBsctd:TV l!| cme up wIZiti er t stai'rts
even people stopped me on e from the same disc of cartridge
street or nailed me on the phoke brass that Is the genesis of the
to wonder how come they hadn't drawing processes are the .same
-plumped for the .36 Whelen. There, until pretty well along in case
said the gun nuts, is a cartridge, manufacture.
a game-buster proven in hundreds It doesn't kick your ears back.
of rifles and on thousands of as- A load as potent as the .35 Whelen
sorted elk, moose, and such. would do that to most people less
The .35 Whelen is a fine cart- recoil-sensitiv than you and I,
ridge, no doubt about it. The idea from rifles as light as the Model 88
of necking up brass f r o m our and the Model 70 Featherweight.
standard military case, the .30-06, We can go on like this for hours.
so it would handle .35 caliber slugs But no matter how you cut it,
weighing as much as 275 grains, when the gun companies come
and shove 'em out of there with a out with something new, they've
ton and a half of energy is sound. figured a lot of angles to get the
It makes for sudden death among mostest both for themselves and
.our larger game animals. for the shooter, without anybody
That the .35 Whelen is a wildcat going to the poorhouse.


1956 FORD












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Once a man, woman, or child
has been initiated into the fra-
ternity of powder-burners, It is
about as easy to give It up as it
is for a chain-smoker to give up
cigarettes. Therefore, unless one
of us has work to, do, -is sick, or
has a domineering wife, we can
be found at the Gun Club* on
Wednesday afternoon. Most vet -
eran shooters look forward to
the day as a small boy looKs for-
ward to Chr.stmas.
Joe Cook, North Carolina's gift
to the Canal Zone, had a per-I
lect day, breaking 25 straight'
targets at Trap to tie with Win-
dy Sellers for the Dixie cham-
pionship. Joe will not shoot a!
Yankee-made gun until it has
been fumigated, bathed in
Southern sunshine and exported.
from South Miami. He refuses
to shoot if the wind is blowing
from the North.
Tommy Sellers, Jr., the pres-
ent junior champion of the
club, broke 20 targets out of 25,
which is not a record for him.
but for age and experience is
good shooting in any league.
Scores for Wednesday follow:
Skeet (25 targets)

Dean Loueks

Joe Mastrorlovannl

Bob Hardy

PITCHMEN Dean Loucks, left, engineers Ya le's overhead game. Joe Mastroglovanni, cen-
ter, is a Brooklyn cowboy who does that and a lot o: other things for Wyoming. Bob Hardy's
throwing is a principal reason, why Kentucky co ntinues to surprise.

High-Rolling West Va. Has Not

Outlived Ga. Tech i
By HARRY GRAYSON apart like the one. hoss shay asI
WEST VIRGINIA went into Georgia Tech romped, 42-19,1
the William and Mary game the making the young Mountaineers
highest scoring team in the coun- look extremely sad in the process.
try, college o- professional, with
an average of 42 points in three Things have been on the quiet
games. side at Morgatown since
Remaining hurdles in clude as Lewis, no doubt burning a lit-
Pena State, Pittsburgh. and Syra- tie, went about molding a club
cuse, but football men who have that would erase the debacle in
seen the Mountaineers predict New Orleans.
that they'll go through unbeaten. Last fall, Pittsburgh alOne got
They'd make them even money in the way... by the margin of a
against any college squad in the field goal.
land. But this trip, after the Moun-
"Yet," says a New Year's Day taineers rolled up 126 points in
game official, "they won't be in. t':e first three outings, you get
vited to a Bowl u n le s s one of the impression that this might be
those not committed to confer- the year for West Virginia. Rich-
ences-the Sugar, Cotton and mond fielded a pretty good out-
Gator-can't land anybody else. fit against the boys from the hills,
West Virginia, you see, has not but fell badly crippled, 33-12. Ma-
lived down the Georgia Tech rap.*' ryland beat Wake Forest by three
On the night of Jan. 1, 1954, touchdowns a week after the
most football people outside of Mountaineers belted hte Demon
the home state and Southern Con- Deacons, 46-0. This Wake Forest
rerence decided to forget about band repelled Virginia Tech, 13-0,
the West V ir g i n ia team. Art and South Carolina, 34-19. %.
Lewis had built the Morgantown West Virginia is further handi-
lads in to New Orleans Sugar capped in its fight to regain big
Bewi stature, but in their first na- time reoegition b a- schedule
tionaaly-spotlighted test they fell forced upon it by the week South-

Washington Gives Signs

Grid Giant Is Awakening
0 --

NEA sports Editor
WASHINGTON, the University,
is giving early and unmistakable
signs that a football giant which
has been slumbering 30 years has
The Huskies, of whom little wasi
expected after a 2 and $ record
last fall, started out by shading
Idaho and smacking Minnesota
and Oregon. This wasn't n y-

Jimmy Phelan put the Huskies
in the Rose Bowl, Jan. 1, 1937, and
Pest Welch after the war season
of 1942.
Despite Washington's size -
9,537 of its 13,675 students are men
-and rich football background, the
Seattle institution then went fast
asleep as far as the gridiron
game wai concerned. There was
something in the nature of an

ing to get excited about, but when uprising unuer nowi uueu, when
a pass and a lateral ate up 80 he had Don Heinric and Hugh
ard and mighty Southern Cali- McElhenny in 1950-52, but save
fornia, 7-0, there definitely was for that Washington quit attract-
cau.e for rejoicing ont he shore ing attention nationally.
of Lake Washington. Johnny Cherberg has brought
about the present u p su r g in
.... three years. Cherberg stuck out
at all backfield proesi t i ons for
Washington in 1930-32. Success-
ful Seattle. high school tea m s
made him Pist Welph's fresh.
man coach in "6, and, among oth-
er things, his peagreens bagged
22 games in a row.
Don Doll, Southern California
halfback who excelled defensive-
ly with the Los Angeles Rams, is
credited with building the pres-
ent Washington defense.
Washington was badly hobbled
by injuries last trip, but this sea-
son came up with a rocked-rib
line, anchored by 230-pound Fred
Robinson, a definite All-America
candidate at right tackle.
Washington isn't exactly hurt-
ing at the other tackle With 230-
pound George Strugar. Cherberg
is strong at the guards with Earl
Monlux, 204, and Dick Day, 245.
There is deoth here and at cen-
ter, the latter played' by -Bert
Watson, 205, and Del Jensen, 215.
It was suspected that the ends
might be weak, but Corky Lewis.
185, and Jim Houston, 185, played
a remarkable defensive game a-
gainst Southern California's pow-
erful forwards and contained
fleet Trojan backs well on
The quarterbacking is in the
good hands of 185-pound Ste ve
Roake and Sandy Lederman, a
150-pound left -hand p a s s e r.
Roake threw the pass that upset
ISouthern California, although he
1is a better runner than thrower.
After South ern Caornia
Washinghon had to Pra re for Washingl possesses halfbacks
ruged Baylor,. but UCLA In Los who can move in Jim Jones. 196:
5No. 12, is th &real-.Mike Monroe, 204; and Credell
ylghu between the usk- Green. 200O. Sophi ior fuuback
iftes and the CaUlifernla se Jim Harryman, 190, was injured
1og uw Rlyean BowL!in the Southerr California ame.
Gzuiaor Dobu e was unbeaen at but junior Jim McCarter, 105, ran
WashiN for nine year M and like a halfback breaking loose se-
throughout at pg.e.--WU.l6 Iveral times.
They sang Do b I e songs ati A driving fullback could be
WashI ng until Zuoch Bagabaw Washington's greatest need, but
caMe f Everett, Wash., High this outfit isn't goine to tackle
In 19M1. With George Wilson and anybody more formidable t h a n
some more, Basy-Mt the Husk- Southern Calif rnia and could re-
euin thelRose Bows twee ie main oanfire.
th Campaigns folowig the I The WAsinagto kids are out to
seasons of ll and '. make up for a lot of lost Lime.


Bowl Rap
ern Conference, where Wake For-
rest is the nearest approach o a
Grade A Dixie opponent.
Tossing West Virginia out of
Bowl consideration because its
sophomores had a bad day a.-
gainst an exceptionally c I e v e r
squad two years ago is grossly
unfair. Might as well throw out
Army for its nine fumbles against
Michigan, while knowing perfect-
ly well that the Cadets will
bounce back like Rocky Marcia-
no off the floor. Superior football
teams have been having miser-
able afternoons since W a It e r
Camp started. the "All-America
Art Lewis explains that the
rout in the Sugar Bowl largely was
due to his peagreens having nev-
er before encountered the belly
series. They became confused,
broke ranks. He had no reason to
scout Georgia Tech before the
Sugar Bowl invitation and ho op-
portunity to do so after accepting
If Wet-Virginia. continues to
pour it on this season, you'll knIow
Reinforced and educated sen-
iors are eager for another Bowl
bid... and a chance to get even.

GRAY DARK HORSE Mrs. Anson A. Bigelow's gray Nail, sur-
prise winner of the Belmont Futurity, now takes dead aim -at
The Garden State, the world's richest race, to be run at Camden,
N.J, Oct. 29. Hedley Woodhouse is the jockey.

Joe Kueter (410) ...... 23
W. Johnston ........... 23.
Windy Sellers ........... 22
Lt. Hinkle .............. 22
Shorty Schexnayder .... 21
W. W. Rowland ......... 20
Art Sutton (410) ....... 20
B. Lastinger ........... 18
Joe Cook ............... 14
Mrs. Ruth Hinkle ...... 13
Nave . .. ............. 13
Trap (25 targets, 16-yd.)
Joe Cook ............... 25
Windy Sellers .......... 25
W. W. Rowland ........ 21
Art Suton .............. 20
Tommy Sellers, Jr. ...... 20
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"rt nn nn h th and the cuntr is sae -- Abraham Lincoln
"Le te e nknwahe trurtehtw onk poe country is sale" Arlaham Lincoln.

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., Oct. ...........
15 (UP) The United States and
'Aussia battled to a draw through 31st YEAR PANAMA, R. P., SATURD
six ballots yesterday with neither
gaining election of its candidate
ior a United Nations Secrity
Council seat.
The U. S. backed the Philip-
pines and Russia sponsored Po- all
and for a place on the powerful p I
council at the start of the ballot-
ing in the U.N. General Assem- Ex p ode
Russia dumped Poland for
Yugoslavia after four ballots,
but eitherr side was able to win
the required two-thirds mijori-
Ater. WASHINGTON, Oct. 15 (UP) Communist Czechoslovakia.
Philippinter six ballots-four with theland and The United States was faced Israel let it be known in diplo-
Philippines opposing Poland and the Pwith the prospect today that all matic channels it does not plan
two it Yuoslavia and the sePhi- Aswell-laid plans to prevent open to sit by idly while these arms
lippines ontestng the seat warfare between Israel and her are delivered.
sembly President Joe Maza of Arab neighbors amy explode at a This raisc' the prospect Israel
Chile adjourned the meeting un- moment's notice. might renew fighting in the near
til next week. This country has not given up, future to get the jump on Egypt
Britain was understood to have all hope of avoiding a resump- before the Red arms and equip-
joined Russia n the swing to ballo tion of fighting in the Middle East. ment are delivered.
odjsava after the fourth ballot But diplomatic experts co n- The serious crisis also appar.
Adjournment of voting was sug- Piersoncede Arab-Israeli tensions are ently has brought to the verge
ested by Britans Sir Pierson the bitterest since full scale of collapse America's big, long-
Dixon. fighting raged in the area six range plan to bring the Jews
Russia's deputy foreign minis- years ago. and Arabs together. This is the
ter V. V. Kuznetsov supported ths y U.S.-sponsored Jordan R i v e r
British suggestion and added the The danger of open warf a r e development project.
proposal that the elections in the reached a new peak when Egypt! American officials had hoped
UN. Economic and Social CoiIn- decided to buy heavy arms from bedly-needed power and irriga-
. i and Trusteeship Council alsoun tion water from the propo s ed
e nd po stponed.eshipproject might bring some measure
b postponed. _, ......... .. of lasting peace to the' Middle
The British Soviet proposal Arab objections have held
was accepted obviously to af- But Arab objections have held
fsrd time for "horsetrading." -
The obvious "deal" was support -
for candidates in the two lesser I
councils in return for the East- US, Britain To Put
West candidates in the Security i U, B r i T
Council. '' Turkey-Paksisan-I
The Yugoslavs came into the Turkey-Pakistan-I
voting after the Philippines and
Poland has failed to win the nec- -
essary majority. LNN 't (P) The
Cuba, with 53, votes, and Aus- Un LONDONat Octnd5 (UP)- The
tralia,' with 42, were elected to United States and Bradeitainte will
two other council seats on the. supply "early and adequate mil-
two other council seats on the. .itary aid to Turkey, Pakistan, I
first ballot. ran and Iraq to put teeth in their
The Philippines pIc k ed up alliance fort he defense of the
ground in following ballots and on ddle East, it was reported to-
the third ballot had a total of 38 range Baghdad pact
votes-only one short of the nec- this week, sealing the last gapa
essary majority. in the land barrier separating
Kuz*etsov won a 20 minute Russia from the oil- rich Arab
recess at this point and the -So- nations which recently have been
viet delet am, spread through promised Communist arms.
e orridonr topas ts ltI*rd Informed ofOuces *eiq Anglo-A-
it was dumping Poland it favor PANTS TOWN Paul Mc- merican plans to beef up the dc-
of TYgoslavia as Its "Eastern Daniel heads a gtoup of Houi- fenses of the Asiatic nations prob-
Europen candidate for the ton, Tex., businessmen who iably will be hastened as a result
seat now held by Turkey. want to buy the booming ura- of the apparent Russian attemptI
nium town of Grants, N.M. The ,to infiltrate the strategic Middle
-On the next ballot, the Philip- group owns some two million East.

pine total dropped to 30 and the
ugoslavs had 25 votes.
Another ballot-the sixth and
last for the day-showed the Phi-
lippines totalling 29 votes and the
YugoslavE 28.

NEW HAVEN. Mich. -(UPI)-
Mrs. Celia Townacliff. 90, is look-,
ing forward to deer hunting sea-
soi this year nore than ever be-
fore. Widowed 30 years and sole
operator of a 40-acre farm. Mrs
Townacliff said she failed to get
her buck last year for the first
time in almost a decade.

1^ !

Mr. Jack Kerr has been named
tho new General Manager for
moot & Hunnicutt in Colon.
Mr. Kerr has been in Panama
Since 1947 and he served with
Smoot y Paredes as Service Man-
ager, Manager of the Parts De-1
apartment and as Assistant Sales,
nager. (Mercurioc


acres of uranium leases around
Grants, which is in need of
money to expand water, sew-
age and other facilities. Mc-
Daniel says the group wants to
protect its Investment by buy-
ing the town and keeping it
from going broke.

The United States is expected
rto furnish modern weapons, tech-
nical training and expert advice
to Pakistan, Turkey and Iran.
while Britain, a member of t h e
pact, strengthens the defenses of'
The council of the Middle East-
ern pact will meet in Baghdad
next month to plan the defense of

DAY, OCTOBER 15, 1955

Arab Warfare

It Any Moment

up the plan. late for that now. Egypt already
Eric Johnston, President Eisen- has deposited $2,870,00 in a
hower's personal representative, Czech bank -s a down payment.
is due home this weekend with Russia is known tO have offer-
his latest report on the situation., ed Israel arms, too, but this is
Advances signs are not hopeful. I sure to be rejected.
The Arabs have asked for more Israel has indicated it will de-
time to study the plan and there pend on the West for arms or al-
is a feeling in some quarters they liances to defend its frontiers.
would like to kill it through de- The United States does not plan
lays. to meet Israel's new request for
This could lead to further arms, however.
Israel has threatened to divert American leaders are more in-
some of the Jordan's waters if lined to wait and see what kind
the project is delayed too long. of arms Egypt will get from the
It could build a canal to do so in Reds and w!the or not she can
about two weeks. e o of using them.
There is fear such a move talked out of using them.
might anger the Arabs into a
This country had hoped to talk Na 0nai S Ce8y
Egypt out of accepting the Red al l JSoa l ty
arms, but it apparently is too A -

AWaBdS i n ie

ran-Iraq Pact "The 'Parrakeet does an out-
standing job in presenting news,
views, and features. It does ex-
ceptionally well in providing
the 1,500-mile frontier that separ- .,ood features for its readers."
ates its member nations from
Russia.. These were remarks' made by
Each step in the formation of the Quill and Scroll judges in
the pact has drawn protests from relation to the "Parrakeet," Bal-
Russia. boa High School's newspaper.
Iran, which received a protest With a score of 895 points out of
this week from foreign minister a possible 1000, the "Parrakeet"
V. M. Molotov, has made it clear won the International First
it will pay no more heed than the Place Award given by the Quill
Other pact nations to the Soviet and Scroll Society for high
objections, school newspapers. The paper
Reports from Tehran today said whs judged on its ability to in-
Iran is "extraordinarily cal m" form. Influence, and entertain
and determined to stand b iits its readers. The 'Tarrakeet" Is
decision to join the pact wheth- under the gudance Of Min
er Russia likes it or not. Mary 8. Brila It ZaI also
"Iran's military potential will iudged as a business enterprise.
be raised with U.S. aid. Border This section of the paper camel
defenses wil. be strengthened and under the supervision of Mr. E.
fortifications built," an Iranian W. Hatchett.
military source said.
Foreign secretary Harold Mac- Memoers of the editorial staff
millan said a few days ago Brit- for 1954-1955 were: Judy Lind-
ain planned to meet Soviet intri- v. Fred Smith, Becky Esser.
gue in the Middle East by streng- Martha Hackett. Eleanor Van
thening the Baghdad pact, tigh-,7.ndt. Enrlqte Ho. Aniela Lee.
tenig the defenses of an area Wllmur Blackabv. Dick Ang-
that now is especially vulnerable stadt. Donna Murchison. Diane
to the threat of Communist at- Staples. Carol Schrantz. Iarrvi
tack. Cotton. Natalie Sager and Sally
The photographers and the
S members of the bushn"s vt5ff
were- Tom Smith. Jian Blpu.
Don Pandel BJohn Mdiirn Rnh-
ert FnBenmAnn. BCrhwra Thrift.
I and Beverly Crawford.

19%. iLEVEL

PAN AMERICAN WORLD AIRWAYS is the fire'. U. S international airline to seb a concrete date
for beginning set transport operations with the sl.nmna of definite contracts for the purchase of
45 U.S. commercial let aircraft. The pioneer, U.S. international airline will begin taking de-
livery of 20 Boeing 707 let transorts in 1958. and will take delivery on 25 Douglas DC-8 jets
beginning in 1959 The contracts for the 45 jets recreient an investment of $269,000,000. The
Boemui 707 ,shown) will have a cruising speed of 575 miles an nour, and will carry 104 passen-.
.gers in standard configuration and 125 as a tou rist-class aircraft.

BURGLARY, -3.3 "





TOTAL major crimes in the
U.S. declined seven-tentis of
one per cent in the first half of
1955 as compared with the
same months in 1954. Estimated
crime totals reached 1,128,350,
a decline of 7790 from the 1,'
136,140 total for the same pe*
riod of 1954.

By Russ Winterbothorn and Ed Kudlaty



THE BALBOA HIGH SCHOOL Cadet Battalion Stalf presents arms at the ROTC Review held
Thursday at Balboa Stadium. Shown above left toright are Cadet Maj. Steven Laidlaw, batta-
lion execute officer; Cadet Lt. Col. Richard Angstadt, battalion commander; Honorary Capt.
Louise Tate, battalion sponsor, and Cadet Capt. Richard Carattini, adjutant..

UHomn" l Operation Jungle Reader

Zerten, Castles In Full Swing At Ft. Kobbe

Balboa High School's ROTC Bat- 0 -
tallo held its first review of the Operation Jungle Reader, to the post librarian to assist .in
new school year this week at Bal- supply books for personnel at the program and volp teered to
boa Stadium honoring T. H. Hotz, remote installations, Is in full "go get 'em." And get them they
Balboa principal, and the two as- swing at Fort Kobbe and the did...in vehicles and boxes and
sistant principals, Harold J. Ziert- Boy and Girl Scouts of the post armfuls: hardbound books, pock-
en and Francis A. Castles. have chipped in with their good etbooks. pamphlets, digests and
deed for the day. a great variety of magazines.
The cadet battalion is command- Books, books and more books a The book hunt project result.
ed' by Cadet Lt. Col. Richard and magazines too have been. ed in 1809 books and magazines
Angstadt and is composed of three flooding into the Post Library being collected by the scouLs.
companies from the sophomore, for the past three weeks. Some Scoutmaster Capt. M. C. O'Dell
junior and senior students. of the books have been brought and his boy scouts canvassed the
Sle in by individual contributors, re- family quarters area of the post
The three companies were led ported Mrs. A. B. Milligan. the Oct. 1. Last Saturday Mrs. H. J.
at the review by Cadet Captains post librarian, but the majority Luslgnan and her troop of girl
John Reybolds, Michel Ma mad, has been collected by the scouts. scouts, with the help of some of
and Wayne Brown. Operation Jungle Reader was the mothers, covered the same
Designed by USARCARIB staff area again. The cheerful book
The precision ,and snap of he librarian, Mrs. H. F. Moran, to hunters came back with every-
ROTC students in their first re- obtain reading material that thing from Shakespeare to Perry
vie,, Indicates another highly suc- could be distributed to service- Mason.
cessful year. men at outlying installations The books are all .contribu-
f the Balboa where library facilities could not tons of Army personnel and de-
The next review of the Balboa be made available. All Army lib- pendents on post. The total
ROTC is scheduled for October 2r aries in the Canal Zone are number received at IKobbe to
at the Stadium in honor ofLt. Gov. taking part In the campaign date is over 2000. This number
H. W.. Schull, Jr.h School adet sponsored by Special Services, together with the books colleet-
aThe Ctainwll p"sg rew USARCARIB. e. by otheF libraries has sent
battalion will esent a r ilort Kobbe the Boy and t-e a d N total shooting past
Oct. 25 In honor of H Do court answered the call of tie 4000 'mark. This represents
Civil Affairs Director. many hours of reading pleasure
for men at far out installations
The public Is invited to attend FPr rr Pa" n w"ho would otherwise have to do
all reviews held by the two ROTC Deal an without library reading mate-
units. 0 rlal.
u -t To M df NATO Ironically enough, one of the
MI o diUIIf7 y Hbooks that popped up during" the
Little I proposed AI Genea collecting was "Tarzan and The
Little League Proposed At 6eneaApes."
SThe operation began on Sept.
STRASBOURG, Oct. 15 (UPi- 8 and will continue through Oc-
So r. A oThe council of Europe put for.- tober. The goal? When asked,
K V s 8, Iiris 4 ward a four-point "package deal" Mrs. Moran answered slmplr.
V plan for the Geneva conference "Oh. the figure is 5000. but we
that would eventually offer a mo. would like to get just as many
T .e ."e---- .... w on Indificatlon of NATO to Soviet Rus- books as we can for the men."
Twelve babies were born "i she
Coco Solo Hospital during. sia if sh agrees to the unifica-
o.at mid n.P Ig h t 1 on of Germany.
week ending at mdng I The proposal is contained in a
wednesday, Oct. 12. according to "European Plan" for the big four'
the regular hospital report. foreign ministers conference later ""
During the same period. 91 this month and was released by I
patients were admitted and 97 the consultative assembly's key
weredischarges general affairs committee here to- /
Babies were born to the fol- day.
Blies wereborntotheLt. Committee chairman Francois '
.lowing. and Mrs. William ican Pototsky, de M(nthon of France told a press
Coog a nd Mrs. William otsky conferene- that the plan was a-
Coco Solo. son; Mr. and Mrs.greed upon unanimously by com-
Gabriel Bonzoumet, of New mittec members. It will serve as
Cristobal, son: Pvt. and Mrs. the basis for the big three-day po-
Robert Wright. of Coco Solito, htical debate of the assembly be-
son: Mr. and Mrs. Billy D. Bell, ginning here next Thursday.
of New Cristobal, son and Ist Lt. The four-point proposal, still
and Mrs. Warren H. Anderson, subject to approval by the as-
of Fort Davis, daughter. cembly plenary next week, calls I
Babies were born to the fol 1. The unification of Germany.
lowing parents of Panamanian 2 A European security system.
nationality: Mr. and Mrs. Wl.- 3 An agreement on world-wide -
fred Johnson, of Cristobal. son: disarmament.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Samuels. of 4 European unification.
Colon, son; Mr. and Mts. Carl C The plan, embodied in a volumi-
Dick, of Colon. son: Mr. and Mrs. nous report to the assembly by
Lemuel Rose. of Colon, daugh- De Menthon on "a common Eu- ON DUTY-Back at his post at
ter: Mr. and Mrs. Milton Thel- ropean police in the light of fu-: Ft. Lewis, Wash., is Bing Cros-
well. of Colon, son; Mr. and Mrs. ture East-West negotiations (at: by'sson, Phillip. He's fully
Luis A. Troya, of Rainbow City, Geneva,," calls upon the Wes to' recovered from the Aug. 14
daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Stan- establsih an inseparable link be auto accident which put a real
ley Simmons, of Rainbow City, tween Gerrran unfiaton and uto accident which famous father.
daughter. Et ropean security, scare no his faous faher

SHOWN in 'th'ed cular Amerlean Legion conveUtfto pade here this week is the PaaO-
ma Canal fIoat ,r2tlng the American Leg ion rer t of the Panama Canal_ ZS.
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