The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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


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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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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University of Florida
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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abrdhdam Lincoln.



8lst YEAR

$27,000,000 Suit

Against PanCanal

Still Unanswered

NEW YORK. Oct. 18 (UP)- The Justice Department
has not yet filed a reply to the suit of the twelve U. S.
steamship lines for a $27,000,000 refund for an alleged
overcharge of Panama Canal tolls.
Court circles said that the government, acting oni
behalf of the Canal company, would have at least 60 days
in which to answer and might take longer.
The suit was started Sept. 13 R. Dilweg, representative of the
against the Canal company, as United States Citizens .Assocla-
a government corporation, as- tion of the Canal Zone, contend-
serting that the practice of the ed that actually the steamship
Canal company in charging the companies were trying to fore-
losses of the non-Canal transit- stall an increase in tolls.
ing activities against tolls was He also cited the General Ac-
a violation of the statute under counting Office report of May 13
which the company operates. which contended that the Canal
The non-transiting activities company losses were due In a
include the operation and main- large part to the employment of
tenance of schools, hospitals and United States citizens instead of
public housing. filling positions locally.
The shipping companies say
the tolls should not be used Robbery Lookou
this purpose.R bberyLookou
In Washington on Sept 16, L
-- .. Gets One Year,

RP Assembly ASKed

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NOT TALKING--Group Capt. Peter Townsend holds his hands
up to ward off newsmBnn's questions as he sits behind the wheel

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In High Gear.
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HARTFORD, Conn., Oct. 18 iUP) A multi millie
dollar rehabilitation program moved into high gear tod
in the seven-state area battered. by flood waters which
have claimed almost 50 lives.
Federal Civil Defense administrator Val Peterso'
took personal chGrge of the rebuilding program and prfoe'
ised to "see that red tape is cut" to restore the dvo
toted area.
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or ||1 Ul"!-- ,-*pw-.-- -. ...- or nis car. when asked aoout Princess Margaret anu ith re- ne saio 4 1i,uu,uuu in guvernmen iiunus would uw-b
FOr $19 MilOin In the Crist6bal division of RUMORS ARE FLYING Princess Margaret Hleft) and her ports of a romance, Townsend snapped, "I am not answering used immediately to clear flood debris, open roads and
the United States district court cousin, Princess Alexandra. drive off in a car after their ar- give necessary relief.
Public Works Budgel today, RichardRowe a 20-year- rival in London. questions like that." The signaler the hu
P C panamaD^nian, was convicted The signal for the huqe rehabilitation task came s
of a charge of petit larceny, fol- nA with the announcement by Gov. Abraham Ribicoff of Con*
President Ricardo ArIs and lowing a previous conviction of M a rg r T A f a iIea rs
his Minister oa Public Works oetit larceny. Rowe's actual necticut that the "worst is over."
asked the National Assembly crime was acting as alookoutl M argarefTOW Send iNearsCrsis
yesterday to approve the sum of while anaccomplce Louis Ward.o Nearly all streams in the Mafline service to New En-
te o fDrovd su mthe while an accompllce, Louis Ward. flooded states were back with- land on the New Haven rat |
$19,334,600 for roadbulding, the forcibly removed the telephone flood their banktes wertoday butack withe road and th m
buildings and for other projects Statcoin box at Mt. Hope Railway flood toll stood at 48 dead, an sian of the Ne'* y rk Cenit
during. Rweapaenother proj Station. WSpapers H int W ed ingaye Oestimated $500,000,000 damage railroad remain 6cat.
The request listed 2 d when he feared thitithe noise anymore than 25000 homeless.w S om o et le.
S hools new maternity de s eddin be f. Townsend said she wore a choosing u sides on the ntrig A church spokesman said later New York telegraphed reden The U.S. Bureau of Pu
s onandmprovement tn isr Ato ne or c r(inc s Mar et ace she He rumbled princess shotd speaking she coi emplates were more extensive than In the areas to survy damage

hidor and completion of the Co- .send. The dinnerdate followed the concern to the principals yes- at ron lat Friday rrurned to three days of torrential down-
bt0 ,W the. scene -and-r "sJw0 doie
n ir were ste among l But opposing to the wedding bitterest ecclesiastical criticism terday as they drew out their lrtlandtolda New York and New Jersey also urs to uched off by a storm o.
17 projects or the Province of mention t f t as rowng though h Margaret yet leveled at the couple as three-day weekend to thvento of 180 mothers e very was suffered extre owe devasta whonear-hurricane force da
.ent a. the Assembly approves erdaryna stin ia r is he blg and lSn that the fntrom a dinnerparty with Mrs. Johdon news p a p raweret's and Go. Averell Harrman of ad som res, but disaster rU
the request- .ternity. afr the t srv w Eden, lik be e. Townsend said she wore a choosing u sides on the intr- A crc spokesman said later ed Cross w York telerahed Presdent The offcals sad the new ral u
in Bocas del Toro, where dan ad th noent party in a divore, tirely unstable, called for or outside London. re w no Gu ardsmen, Civil Defense of- would not Increase the flood
603,000 w i be spent, a water io sc ^ torney Mr- called a cabiight meeting re- Her host was Mark Bonhale." 25-year old prinutes rom th e peaking call. were more extensive personnel haard.

supply system Is listed. among tough ats othpersthat have anl Elizabeth 11 who hurried here The Danish newspaper "In-buime Margaret's limousine drove| Joined government agencies in Hundreds of the 25,000 per-
the mostensimportandt provement ton ompson re ommen t Rowe f Scotland proposals that m ay frtermatiorme beau who mareportemarry Townsendoor divorced me Chans in the telephone num the restoration which tork. sons evacuated from the
ton theywter and ommunica- that thedentpRrojectsoe be the government sweep away le-:rled Lady St. Just, the divorced their of two who is 15 years her the open a rising tide of op- ot 75 dead and 12 missing The sun began to break
thatio n ytem and other p given a sentence o one year council o war on heard Kng Frederk mention Margar finally lf h hou bears listed for emergency calls Industries used their on fa- homes hen rvers poured over
at a total cosThe $19,334,600 request a lso ic Defender William thri gaobstaclesh romane- aret and Townsend to the n arrvnIn London Town- for plumbing and refrigeration re- ltManypes to pump out flooded their banks n d-coloed
Construction of the Colon Cpar- Margartwee the princess and Tolan-Dukshe Conde Nast. Butd this crowd waseemingly out- pairs have been announced by the plants around when tpar e f ood streams of deas yesterday nigt
ridor and completion of the Co- Diowe's poltrict Court Judge d was nothre night for the fifth straight night sidonern to the Low ndes square home Matenance Dvion on of production. and Sunthree day began torreturning tow-.
Ion Airport were 1lsteo among sombre as it appeared to be I But opposition to the wedding bitterest ecclesiastical criticism terday as they drew out their Maintenance Div.. their horries Peters-on said he pours touched off by a storm
7Ine projects for the Province of and entionasked that one of thewas'growng, thoug Margare yet veled at te coupe. threeday weekend to the vehe new emergenrycywas ready to throw the who!egriculture Secretar Era their hcmes. force Friday.

which the project has ew btark- fendant, "Do you think youscriticism by the powerful Ce urch AsCsn Expec.ed Clarence House residences which wit be published later mBenson promised *ndll possible The latest death toll state by .
edColon, where $1.356,000 will be secure employmelhadthe support of most of Canon C. T. Kirtlasinder of C- last minute in the home of h mpan -Government tl hlp n to the rehabl- Scovery program state showed: Connecticut ed
sThien approthepriationssem also n- court rants you a probated sen-the public and the pressnoon entry and Canterbury de- Mrs. John Mills, he rep ed phone directory re: Army EngneersMargarets urationprogra ored dam- New York 10; New Jersey 4re-
the request. $200,000 for the paing of tence ? wa eang a ox Eden, Townendtheounced their romance as "en- cousin, n the woods of Wind- Red Cross workers, National Pennsylvania 4; Massachue new
in Bo as del Tro, where youth replied, "Ye noe Duke oent party n a divorce, tirely unsuitable uncalled forhs stoc sor outside London an iGuardsmn, Civil Defense of- uRhode Increase the flood
603,000 will be spent a watered- would like to have another o ed leadin the fight Queen again nd bitterly regrettable answer was c47 minutes from thing Gamboa umbne 6-3 for personnel hard.
"r anmuldperson and not as Irwsa7e a ainute by f, a Ar ,,emin es
suppy system listedamong ha e judge then gave hm Elizabeth who hurried here The Danama Lshnewspaper A n- time Margaret's limousine drove froined government agencies in hundreds o the 25,000
the m stimortant projects for n-tough as eothers.that have ap- from Scotland for what may Jformation" said its reporter up to the door and the time Changes In the telephone nun., the restoration work. s ol s evacuated from th e i
that province. s pe ared." He asked that Rowe be u e ntn be a family council of war on heard King 'ederik mention Margaret finally left the house. bers listed for emergency calls industries used their o.n fa- homes when vers poured over
ThOldine $9,4,600 request 19,alo on ba tioed e, the muchpublicized romance. IMargaet and Townsend to the On arriving'n London Town- for plumbing and refrigeration re-lts to pump out floodedb their bans uder law od

PIlu A Proballon Phlrosopher des Margaret datle Town:sdat k dr n ta o o Kirland condemned onbrh.dan cals and 3- Auust floods had been iped s.d
e $ 4.00 r alput on prot. Margaret dated Townsrend last Duke of Edinburgh. cend had a crowd waiting out- pairs have been announced by the r plants and prepare for resump- streams of deat

Chn gead t ointrtiooth theo ,teoe of pUon er t < o P.. onCocS2dhoo
ing and the construction of the District Court Judge Guthrie night for the fifth straight night side the Lownes Square home MatenanceDviion

Inbefore the C-Ameristobal Highway for R. Crowe asked the youthful de-' photographs showing a pensive Among them are Miss Mary F io fpruto
ein open disregard of ublia few blocks from Margaret'-- The new emergency numbers. Agriculture Secretary Era their h es.
which the project has earmark- fendant, "Do you think you criticism by the powerful Church'Ancon Expected Clarence House residence. which will be published later inBenson promised "'all possible The latest death toll state
ed $3,700,000. could secure employmentif the of Eng thland and meets aher sis er Some shouted 'good luck" to the 1 956 ompan3- Government tel help" In the recovery program. state showed: Connecticut
This propriation also in- court grants you a probated sen- the Queen this afternoon for o Tomorrow hm. to which e replied ephoe drectoryare: AmyEngineerssu rveddm-New York New ers
cludes $200,000 for the p avtng of tence -rtea.d fn. "thanks." Pacific id exea eandmadepn easethe
streets In urban areas and $750,- The youth replied, "YesFir. I The mDkeofEdinbur re- oButtoallqestions, his stoc': Pl icb ide. exc9pt Ganigoa'aean d m ady
o tot t -sn Pio e ut But to aPlumbing. -393 day and niht runoff of flood wat 4; Rhode island 3, and Man
o thee cntrun a feend even portedleading ;the fight against was an say nothing aiGamboaPlubing, 6-360.
ter roads andcthe repair of -oth- c e swer 'i for Brig Gen Ror' 'mn Peterson, sopping of i
ers ThmarraThe Panama LinerAidacalls and 6.256 for night call.Jr New En nd c- of Arm k n e ts od e
otere u.yearproenitentcls gaentee from C nhaent fn N. Le I M:argaret went directly to:Refrtgeration repairs. in all Paci Engineers sad dama' a e th f d
Oldpen'al o- hisfgood behavionrit hi voice to the family council. 1:5.m_ Yk W y at again later for her dinner date. Gamboa. 2-1522 for day c a h beean cle .redaofdebris oaf- rnelwe ca unrlw ivtS.
19 supnd -or 3 y...... ..r iosditiio-tno ndonthth125p'm."according to advice re- Queen Mother Elizabeth alsoand 2-3103 for night cal a 11 thadeenclearedofdeorsaft-
'om First hint in London that the'ceived here from the ship Mon-' returned to Clarence Houso Atlante e August floods, this duster.
wedding mav be off came frotday afte"on. AaticSIde mmunities- But
F!fromher weekend atWindsorPlumbing 3-2151ho3"2152 for da" ewov
......or. e.-." Io] Refrigeration r'daent that 0-errent ofthe re-, cut and that every go ,,ave
_L"The known facts do not,Prince.naitiervnr-...." .. storatnworkonpafter rienan-scvs
Philosop er Dies e, the uncertainty." it said 'day afternoon and apparently wasAhoe. o lon orkdneaerte rent -
Ps floodss had been aiped what is needed." he added."
Pies "There has been no sign of not affected bv hurricane Katie,& Canon Kirtland condemned 1593 for night calls
MADRID. Oct. 18 (UP -- Joseformal approaches to other'which was reported in that vicini-, the romance of the princess and In case of fire aboard ship. call! out-njopary goveanment are
oRt D. Ocat.,18dUPain'oos amedeCommonwealth government Ti rausporttob em ain e
withswitht ,, taa divorced man. since divorce isIChemist either day of night' Paci- nrmuh o te-
Chargdedjonltiti.f jorinlyetsAefrchoEng-fieSide.4rUSo blem much the
degree burglary. Head ey War-e iat the e of 73. parties in thegovernment." the Canal organization are listed land.S 3
ren and Josi Matos appeared..t t...nP
before the Cristobal Division of" He had been in a coma since The News Chronicle played up as passengers on the ship.
the U. S. District Court this yesterday. photographs showing a pensive, Among them are Miss Mary F
h morning. r e of his last conscious actsMargaret. Maguire, Secretary of the Gov-
othrin r e was to reconcile himseLf with the So did the Daily Herald ernor, James A. Yates. of the
Both men were picked up onm.Roman Catholic Church and he' which noted: "Her eyes are 'Personnel B.u r e a ti, and C. W
oiy'was confessed by his friend, Fath- sad and t tnmbre; the gaiety Chase, Jr.,,of the Electrical Dv-"
Sept. 3 alter breaking into, er Felix Garcia. that has marked every picture sion.
building 7019 Mt. Hope. which'
belongs to the Texas Petroleum
Co. They were attempting to
hteal copper screening, but were
frightened away when they
heard someone approaching.
They had broken a lock and
gathered up various articles be-
fore they fled.
Warren, who will be 19 next
week. has a long list of convic-
tions. For the burglary charge
he was given a two-year sen-
tence to serve at hard labor in
the penitentlary. On a second
charge of re-entering the Canal
Zone after deportation, he re-
ceived a one-year sentence sus-
pended for five years A year
ago. in October '54, Warren had
been found guilty of re-entering
the Canal Zone. and at that
time his sentence was one year.
suspended for three.
Matos, a 27-year-old Panama-
nuian. is a farmer at Gatun. He
has no previous police record
either in Panama or the Canal
Zone. For his part In the burg-
lary he was riven a two-year
Fentepce suspended for five

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN "I Hear They Finally Confirmed It"
HANMOC 10 ARIAS. -arom Wk-.
C7. H STiN.T P 0 OOx '34 PANAMA. R OP P. 7.An 7';i'"/'
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Pan MONT IN ADVANC.9 2 1.70 7 2.50
*on as f By VICTOR RIESEL W -. '
I IS Y OUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN A 14 ar-,old Negro boy bat-
tcred into an unrecognizable puJp ,f
JE M A IL B O and porous with bullet holes, was
Sv A| I I dragged Irom a river in Mississip- ,
9 C *)X \pi. No one was punished for his -, ... .
/ uL l murder. But the case of Emmet t
--- nrder. -ut te as"Till triggered a series of bitter .. *' '
SThe Maill Box is an opIn forum tar reode of The Panama American demostrations on the streets of/
91dt.1n are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confidential northern cities. Tnese rallies were
.* It yeo contribute a letter don't be Impatient if it doesn't appe the demanding justice and civil .
giant day Ldnterscane published in the order received.crights.'and
Plase Irv to keep the letters limited to one page length. rt Will be fascigatinghto see if
eaMt ayaLetters era public miherder received. length. twill be fascinating to see if '
S Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. these unions will fight as bitterly
This a mwpaper assumes no responsibility for statements as epiniom or noisily for such Negro rights "
pressed In letters oom readers. Inside labor. .
SA o It will be interesting to see how
SN ANTONIO BUGLE many union chiefs stand up to be
tra counted when a move is launched I
This week stoinu 'ire threatenlng fiom two ways. out It looks on the floor of the December AFL-
like trouble from down in the Oulf. IHilda came near wiping Tam- CIO merger convention to make
-pico-off the map then bamp'i into tne mountains anti died, but anti-Negro unions as liable to ex- 1 -
waoved plenty of water inland Didn't hit the valley In force, but pulsion under the new constitution '
$1igh tides almost co% .red Pidre Island. They report but little as those which are crooked or
age. Communist.,.
'" lone did hei worst dainaRe in North Carolina, and losing Like apy southern community,
[Storce, but dropping a 'of ot itater w, need right here in San on which new union armies will .
antonio. march early next year, labor has
We are no lon ,er bothered with that terrible heat, and It its problems with anti-Negro sen- '
eels good to drive around ar.d look at the new buildings going iiment. "
tp. The ground was levelled and graded and paved before house .
construction, making e-erytring perfetM These are extremists inside la- .'
The way they a.e spendir,r money here there won't be a de- bor. A union paint sprayer at the o G
Aression here for a Ion.' time to come Atlanta Chevrolet division of GM
S Politics are beaming to .arm up, and It looks like we will pays his dues to the CIO United- '"
-iave about 10 candhiat'.s for governor r Some of our Congressmen Auto Workers Union-and to the
Vill also cease to darken the door of our national Cap-tol Ku Klux Klan.' .
Looks like time for a genem-al overhauling. Glad I am not in it This paint sprayer, Elton Ed- .
irad my poor eyes wrr.,'t alln] me to write much longer, wards, must be quite a cross-burn- '
Sincerely er and night rider. His hooded "
-"Pop" Wright. comrades have made him Imperi-
.-.. o- al Wizard of the Georgia section "
IIQUOR PRICES of the "U S. Klans Knights of '
Bir' the Ku Klux Klan." The United .. -. ... .EA Srce, nc.
Under the new treaty theie will be lower liquor prices In the Auto Workers are now investigat- Seice:. .. ...... ... '- "" ""'
banal Zone. How muen lowe, has been pretty well established ing the Wizard, who will really
where it can be soId is now the problem I am told. be a modern Merlin if he escapes
All Canal Zone cli,s now selling bottled goods will continue expulsion from the union.
itth the new lower pr).es wh*n all these details are ironed out
the meantime all bottled g',nds are being sold at a higher price, The Imperial sprayer is the ex-
though the tax refund will be retroactive to Aug. 23. treme and few will weep for the
It is plain to see v+y the clubs are in no hurry for the new Wizard. But not all union mem-
luor prices. They are still s*aling liquor for the usual profit plus. bers who dislike their Negro breth-
75% tax refund tney will receive ren are such extremists many o -
These clubs are supposed to operate for the benefit of the are regular rank-and-filers reflect-
nmbers. Thereforti boards uot governors or commanding officers' ing the habits and traditions of Ode To Talent thick turtle-neck blouses at the wife of the chief counsel to thee
duld force club stewards tc lower their prices now. their background., sneak preview of Mr. Roberts' Senate Investigating Committee,
-Military Club Member. In Waco,.Texa.s the other day, I'd write about our soaring souls, untfl'the discovered it was a cast formerly headed by McCarthy.
--- -- almost 1,000 members of the mill- like birds she was wearing thanks to a badly -
'tant C.JO Rubber Workers Union Adrift in mists of frankin- prained neck." From TV Movie Screen' "Eva
NATIONAL BIBLE WEEK OCTOBER 17-23 quit work at the General Tire and cense ahid myrrh, He ,, h gi Marie Saintl turned down a part in
NATIONAL BBEW t T I rubber Co because a Negro was I'd write aboOt our dreams, our In Hollywood they. gic thanks 'Picn:c because she doesn l want
shifted to a department complete. hopes, our words-- for anything that gets publicity, to oe separated from her husband
ly manned by white unionists. This If I could just remember by going to H'wood.'
."n t must have made the Rubber Work- I'd write of hair as saffron as the Love is a magic thing Izdotzzo? Then wotz she doing
ers' national president. Leland sun, And a cloud ride, out there right now?
SStanford Buckmaster, turn a deep Of azure eyes. white handsIt is sweetness and sting ---
purple up in Akron, Ohio, where and queenly grace, I And the fall of pride! Mountains
he is headquartered. I'd catalogue your beauties one B ----D. The Rockies may be great
.by one Beginning of the End Dept- *The Alps perhaps are bedda
'. n The company had followed union If I could only, Darling, When your compliments bounce But needed can compare
7/ regulations. It had moved the place your face! off d shrug. You re early and With a gel that wears a
-,/ Negro worker, Ben Banford, into she s late .... Shed rather sit in swedda.
the tire build d in g department. I'd write of you with words like the spotlight instead of the sha-' Al Cooper
There was a protest sitdown strike. "wild" and "warm," "dows When every gal whole -
f Later the men voted 487 to 154 to And of your love, a leap'ingsmiles at you seems to be laugh-I Add Madvertismg Agenc y
return to work. This still leaves lambent flame. ng at you. When you're past Names: Waite, Formay d Starv...
154 CIO dues payers preferring oI'd write of you in every shape curing and she's past caring, Howse, Bizz & Duntesk...Wearall.
I strike rather than work with Ban- and form- When the only one who can take Mann & Takitt ..Hittem, Bellow.
l 4, 3 6 ford-despite the union constitution It I cold only recollect your her place is her.. When you Meshuga & Gonn...Stann, Dupp,
and contract. name!' won't go out for fear you'll meet Belt Co.. Bear, Bull & Hog Ova &
There are hundreds of local un- I'd write all this and more-with1her and .won't stay home for fear Dunwyth. Gray, Flannel, Humbug
THE B-BLE ions which feel the same lack of all my might. I Vu won't When you forget & H a mbur g Dining, Karr &
Fraternity towards colored If I, my Own True Love, could to do every thing, except Standing Inwon, Eare & Outdeud-
CK N W HICH workers, only write! REMEMBER. er...Hart, Knox & Dotslife...Upp,
For example, have you ever Syde, Downe & Sidewaze. .Hewe,
seen a Negro pilot take up a com- Mike Todd flew to the coast right It s Over when you read the Mee & Yesyoo Loew, Downe &
SR REP U I C S mercial aircraft? after "Oklahoma" opened at the sports pages before the gossip Ratty..Fatt, Forle & Bald. Redd,
OR BR I haven't yet seen o Rivoll featuring his new process columns to see whom she's dating. Inc....Harte, Byrne & Balch
ANDREW JACKSON I haven't yet seen one. Therefore Todd-AO. a circumsizd Cinema-,
no Negroes are members of the Scope Todd was miserable over Item: **In Africa one of their From the Daiy vews before the
,Airlin Pilots Assn. (AFLy That the poor print iThe only print! favorite foods is fried sinew of wedding: "Debbie's iolks, iclud-
A 's leads me to the recently launched With nearly fifty million bux at elephant foot" ing her mother, Maxine, who was
Sq';aly U "Operation Wings" of the Nation- stake') He was also upset because Wotz smew? 'a ian of Eddies before he met
p rban toLe ague Ths s a cam-lified many of the press got balcony -- her daughter, were reported on
fpaign to get jobs for qualified pews and some reviewers (such Broadway Memos: The 64-G their way from the coast'
f Negro pilots, co-pilots, navigators, as the Wall Street Journal's) got program's new ruling- No winner It was nice seeing Debbie's folks.
flight engineers, radio operators, only one seat couldn't bring the permitted to guest on other pro- Including her mother.
stewards and stewardesses. Not wife or friend. Mr. Todd wants grams. .. Want them for a new
one has yet been hired, them all to know it wasn't his Sabbath eve CBS show of their, Suggested warning-sign on all
Are there qualified Negro per- fault. So he flew back rather than own Last weekend "Yankees" highways, sharp turns, etc : *Re-
nnre the re qualified Negs fro per- face them. "Oklahoma," 3 hours repaid the final 20 pc. to backers member V e r y Young James
sonnel? The answer comes from long. has too many arid spots. The A 2nd company will open in New Dean" He could have been a new
Transport and transit expert Ted tar are Gordon MacRae and Ha\cn about mid Jan. "Lola" not star instead of a new cross!
Khel, who has volunteered to Rodgers & Hammerstein. iet picked. .A third group of
act as ch a i r m a n of the Urban prospective angels fled during in- Item: "The man who buried
.LYMOUTH ROCK League's Airline Committee. "Oalm down." we counsel'd 1 permission of a play reading in the Hitler turns up m Germany."
.. Mike in the foyer, "the notices Hotel Plaza It s a doll for the The man who buried him is in
ALL-FAITHS LANDMARK This is the official poster for "The quality of the applicants were all fine, weren't they"' I Pat Boones mof the Godfrey pro- Denver.
national Bible Week. The week of Oct. 17 to 23 will be the 15th is amazlpg considering the limited "This is a big story! he almost gram i at French Hosp Ellen --
annual all-faiths observance. The poster features the Bible oooorturities open to Negroes in wept to DiMagglo, "it should vc Adler of the acting clan (and a Ruth ("Boy Friend") Altman de-
Plymouth Rock and a deathbed statement of Andrew Jackson. this field. We have applications been on Page One! Not on the friend-of-the-family i is keeping fnes the ddif bewteen the Thittr
from a score of Negro pilots, with movie page!' i Judy Hollidayv's husband from get- and Tee Vee: On the latter you get
SHflying time ranging up to 11,000 tmng too lonely while Judys busy more words from the sponsor than
-hours with every type of plane Poor Molotov's really in trouble in Movieville. Princess Meg's from the playwright.
to Prevou B being used by commercial airlines In Russia 'ou can't plead the 5th bards are blue on the Life cover ___
Answer to Previous Puzzle today, Kheel said. Amendment. Irown on Look s The Dodgers Who is your choice for Presl-
Missing Words PA wi p u i L. rd --- V almost didn't win the Series. In dent in '.56? Send me a poll-card
r U fEE r 0 SA ;he "Yet white applicants are being Heard at the RSVP: "She's a mid-season Brooklyn planned sell- or letter) c-u Box 711, Grand Cen-
S S E A N' hired for pilots and pilot tramesistarlet You know, one of tho'e ing Podres down the river because trial Station, N Y.C .. Eisenhower?
S ACROSS DOWN AT with as little as 100 hours and a'gals in H wood producers chase." of his sore wing. They also wanted Stevenson1 Nixon? Harriman?
1-- and I Arrow poison Kos A I maximum of 750 hours "You mean one they catch." to qualify a replacement for him Warren? Kefauver Kniht. Rus-
d-o and 1 Arrow poison sSmt A t -A in the Series! Wadeva be- sell G-man Hoover? Magnuson
downs 2Impudent T g B The AFL Airline Pilots Assn Quote from Mr Farouk: '- am came of the hurricanes? Dewey? Joe Doakes?
0 An 3 Stablest P. A K 'f would bolster labor's practices as read for work. I can start from --- I-
S* exchange 4Etlquette T well as is preachments by getting the beginning any work." The Mr and Mrs Skakel of[ State ment from Lucillc Ball: "I
8His--is expert,- E m to thls fight, i For a start, how about dressing;here and Connecticut killed in alnever used any gimmix or trix to
S worse than Post M N D But it hasnt' really moved. by yourself? private plane last weekly had nev-|create any kind of artificial
I his bite 5Wind ~ f s 1 So it goes. There is no Negro, -er flown together before She wasout"
|12 A peeve indicator in the top executive councils of From a movie mag: "Friends Catholic. He was converted three
13 Old gray 6 Rubber 25 Norse god 40 Ledger entries either the AFL or CIO. of June Allvson at first thought days before they perished Their now about vour recent orange-
14 Century plant 7 Beak 26 Foot lever 41 Persian prince she was setting a new style in daughter is Mrs Robert Kennedy, hued hair Doll?urrcnoag-
15 Exist 8 Bundles 27 Transfer en 42 Hope for There are two Negroes highly she was setting a new stle in daughter is Mrs Robert Kennedy, hued ha- Doll?
16 Lack of power 9 Landed route 43 Opposed qualified to sit on the- Executive
1 ritnrs in lRMpti4tion 8R N.intwnrk 44 Watch your Council of the new AFL-CIO. One _..____ _

: .. .......... jU .....I ln z.. .. ........ .......... ---is Chicago's Willard Townsend,
20 Allots 11 Clues 29 The of i a othe CIO Transport Sen-
*21 Night and 17 Likenesses March 46 Girl's name vie people. The CIother is A. Philipanspor
19 Trite 31 Delicate 47 Greek letter Ice peRandolphle. head of there is A. Philip-
22 Ages 23 Ascends 33 Make amends 48 Hastened erhood of Sleeping Car Portersh-
24 Meat cut 24 Peru 38 Gifted person 50 To and There wlhood of Sleeping Car Porters o
26 Brug pisonThere will be 27 vice-presidents of
28 mu(f person ithe new labor organization.
12 Buree (pred x) You can get odds in many cor-
.-"30llar nersthat there will not be a Negro
3,4 Took u trayn 1 among these policy makers. Why
:- fo. a t,, rthe double standard?

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couple of quick looks at history
which affect; the lives of millions
of Amevncans.
Look No. I-When Sir Anthony
Eden, then Foreign Minister of
England, was recuperating from
his Illness two years ago, he went
to Greece where the late Marshal
Pagagos, stanch friend of the USA
and Great Britain, tried to talk to
him about Cyprus, the British base
which the Greeks want turned o-
ver tot hem
"The question of Cyprus," re-
plied Eden, "is a purely internal
matter concerning only the British

dor, Jack Peuriloy, out of Greece.
Peurifoy was the man who materi-
ally cemented Greek-American
friendship. But he was a Democrat
and an Acheson-Truman Democrat
at that.
Meanwhile, the Cyprus agitation
which Marshal Papagos uncorked
after Eden snubbed him had
reached a white heat. Simultan-
eously, Dulles made a deal with
Eden that wc would side with him
on Cyprus in the United Nations
if Eden would support us in ban-
ning Red China from the United

empire. I shall not discuss it."It was a dubious deal When the
Premier Papagos confided to Cyorus vote came up in the Unit-
friends that the had never been so ed'Nations and the USA voted no,
hurt in his lile. He also confided bitter anti-American resentment
that after this rebuff he took the flared in Greece
checkremin from the restless Greek Meanwhile, relations between
nationalists on Cyprus and let the two supposedly stanch allies,
chips fall where they might. Greece and Turke), worsened, cul-
Since then the island of Cyprus minating in bloody, brutal riots
as been see t afng. r h against Greeks in Istanbul. The
Look No. 2-Just after the break Turkish police looked on while
up of the Napoleonic empire, Czar Turksdesecrated reek churches,
Alexander I of Russia put through broke into Greek shops, beat up
a deal whereby Russia got a large Greek nationals.
section if the Greek islands ex- Following this, John Foster Dul-
tending down toward Cyprus. This les sentoidentical notes to both
step toward getting a hold on Turk to behave He expressed no sym-
wsh and Afsrican territory along G behave HeaexpTersed nolsnym
ish and African territory along apathy for the Greeks, treated both
sea which Russia has coveted far sides justf the eksame thoughreated bothered
more than she has the Baltic. sides just the same though there
Russian strength alon the Medi. had been no rioting in Greece
Russian strength along the Medi-ragainst the Turks. Anti-American
terranean would have jeopardized bi the Turks. Anti-Amerin ican
the British empire in the East and bteess flared again.
the French empire in north African Today's Look Gree e .has
So one day when Czar Alexander pulled her theroops out of theATh-
was looking the other way, Met- maneuvers. The mayor of earth-
ternich sneaked the RussianGMreek quake torn Volos has just been
islands out from Russian hands, royally received in Moscow. There
Since then and until 1947. they is talk of pulling out of NATO
have been under the watchfu! eyeRed Yugoslng traist Yugoslavias
f Englanded goslavia is mentioned as
f1 England. Greece s best friend. New pro-
.American Premier Constantine
Look No. 3-A hundred years Karamanlis is referred to as a
and more passed In 1947, the quisling because he is friendly
British were trying to balance .i"slng because he s dlO THE USAy
their budget, wanted to cut down Meanwhile, Turke feels the U
on mihtary expenses. Wmston Mea while, Turkey feels the aid
Churchill put up to Harry Truman let her down on economic aid.
the idea of taking over British Egypt is getting Communist arms.
commitments in Greece. King Saud of Saudi Arabia is being
He pointed out that the Russians invited to Moscow. Most of North
were trying to communi7e Greece Africa. site of vitally important
via Red Yugoslavia. that it would Li S hases, is in dangerous revolt.
be fatal for Russia to get a toehold In other words. Russia is gradu-
in Greece, that Russia under the ally getting what the czars failed t
czars and Russia under the Com1- get aftielNapoleor. and bonehead-
mumnists had not changed in terri- ed British-French-American dipo
trial ambitions, and that Russia macs is helping her get IL.
wanted to spread through the Bos-"
porus, out through the Greek Merry-Go-Round
islands to the warm and vital wa-
ters of the Mediterranean. Quoth Sen. Norris Cotton (R.,-
Harry Truman grabbed the idea N.H.I, writing to constituents the
and thence came the Truman Doc- other day: "A good lady wrote me.
trine The United States spent bil- asking for a bound volume of obit-
lions in G Gree c e and Turkey, uaries. '1I just love to read about
trained the armies of both coun. dead congressmen.' she said .
tries, virtually dictated the appoint Says Joseph E. White, capital tour-
ment of Marshal Papags as ist guide: "People from Ohio are
Greek Prime Minister. -. the best tour customers. Higher
In.t4 .,end, Yugoslavia Mit, its income per capital I never *11l
attempt to communize Greece a id a tourlto New Yorkers. They know
even talked favorably of joining all about everything before they
Greece and Turkey in NATO. ever leave home." .. The tourist
This area became one of the trade has boomed in Washington of
strongest bulwarks against cornm- late: thousands of cars come here
munism. It looked as if the from all over the USA. But, said
Truman Doctrine had been highly [White, "When a guy has laid out
successful. $3,000 for a shiny new automobile,
Look No. 4-In 1953. John Foster he figures it's good enough to get
Dulles yanked the US. ambassa-1 (Continued on Page 6)

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Lawmakers Reveal Split

On How To Reduce Taxes

WASHINGTON, Oct. 18-(UP)- the unsuccessful Democ rattic
Republican and Democratic t a x drive to ram through a $20-a-per-
experts staged a preview of the son tax cut earlier this year. The
1956 election-year tax fight at the plan squeaked through the House
weekend by Wplittink sharply over but the administration got it kill-
the best way to cut individual in- ed in the Senatte.
come levies. Like the discarded plan, the e'
Rept. Noah Mason (R-Ill.) a key proposed increase in tax exemp- I
member of the tax-writing House tions would result in tax savings f
Wasy and Means Committee, said based on the number of depend- f
the "only sound method is a ents claimed by a taxpayer. '
straight percentage cut." He pre- But unlike the $20-a-person plan, '
deleted President Eisenhower will increased exemptions would re-
recommend such a formula early for those in high income brack-1
next year. for those in high Imcome brack-
Rep. Hale Boggs (D-La.), also ets.
a committee member, countered Increasing the exemption for HEi
that the "only fair approach" is each taxpayer and dependent Ami
an increase in exemptions, a from the present $600 to $7 0 0 land
plan advocated by many Demo- would result in tax savings rang- woo
crafts. It would give the biggest ing from $20 per dependent to $91 Ener
reduction to taxpayers in lower per dependent, depending on the ofI
income brackets. u tax bracket. bran
Mason said after a Saturday bap
bedside conference with the Pres- a
ident that he hopes the budget LIT L I har
can be balanced in the current bom
fiscal year, clearing the way for Bish
the chief executive to recommend year
a tax cut in the fiscal year start- Mas
ing .uly 1.Tec
But Treasury Secretary George
M. Humphrey, said a budget
surplus must be in prospect for; 2 1
fiscal 1957 before taxes can be! BEA
Slashed and ca
Mashn e id. h ern a i Crock
Masonn said he is certain a,11. 1+-....

conditions will be met and thej Sone.womn show distinction
President will recommend tax re- in Sote women show distinction
ductions. in their clothes-others show dis-
Mason pointed out that the def- tinctly.. *MU
icit for the current fiscal year ori-
ginally was forecast at more than
3 billion dollars and has b ee n
whittled to an estimated $1,700,- L,
000.000 as a result of high reve-.
nue and budget savings.
Rep. Wilbur Mills (D-Ark.), a Do I DU
third member of the House com-
mittee, said previously Congress
would be unlikely to cut income,
taxes next year-despite the 1956
presidential elections-unless the Until you've
President recommndd it. .
Commentisg on Humphrey's
statement today, Mills said that
*certainly I agree taxes are high e |. O1
and should be reduced. I hope it ~.iefmet I
will be poss& for us to reduce
taxes next yea?." .
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Kefauver Doesn't

Know Yet Whether
He Make New Bid
Sen. Estes Kefauver said tod
he does not "'at this time kno'
Whether he will make another b
ifor the Democratic president
The Tennessee Democrat sa
he will consult with Democrat
leaders before, he makes his de(
sion He said he expects to mal
his decision in a reasonablel
Inegth of time. But he indicate
it need not be Until shortly befo
presidential primaries begin ea
ly next spring.
Kefaurver said he does not e
pect his own decision will
greatly influenced by w he t he
President Eisenhower decides
run again or by Adlai E. Stevei
son's decision on whether he wi
seek the nomination a s e c o n
If he does, run, Kefauver sail
'he would want to enter som
presidential primaries which, h
said, are "goid things."
He praised the "ability, intell
Igence and integrity" of Stevenso
and Gov. Averell .Harriman c
INew York, commenting that h
has supported both in previous



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Top Democrat Predicts Party Pan ToWork

Will Win Solid South In 1956 Despite Ailment
Actress Joan Crawford planned
S' to return to work on a movie to-:
ay WASHINGTON, Oct 18 (UP) interview with Rep. Hale Boggs day despite a bronchial infection
w" Democratic national chairman'(D-La.) and Washington corr e- which caused her collapse on a
bid Paul M. Butler predicted at the spondent Ann Corrick. It was set.
lal weekend the 1956 Democratic pre- flmled heme for presentation over Miss Crawford was put to bed
sidential nominee will win back the station WDSU-TV in New Orleans. in her Columbla'-tudio dressing,
d "solid South" and eep into the Butler said Southern and North. room yesterday after she collaps-i
i- At the same time, Harold E. n Democrats battled bitterly at ed during filming of "The Way
ike Stassen same me, not considertheir 1952 convention over a pro- We Are." She' told doctors she
e mStase a cidateI do for the Reonsider posa delegates guarantee that became feverish Friday after
ed mpublcan nominatin despite last they would fight to get the Dem- working on water scenes at a
re week s p statement indicating he ocratic ticket on the ballot of beach.
r- would run if President Eisenhow their states. The actress said she would
r- would run if President Eisen He said he expects no such work despite her illness because
er asked, him to. -fightS
x- Stassen discounted Democratic eight at the 195 convention, the picture is behind schedule.
be talk of a possible split in GQP "
r ranks if the President does not'
to seek re-election and said he does /
n" not "anticipate any change in ad-
ill ministrations."
d Butler's optimistic appraisal of
1956 Ijemocratic prospects was
d, made during a television inter-
e view following his return- from a
he trip through the lour traditionally
Democratic states that went for
li-Mr. Eisenhower in 1952. the y
In were Texas, Tennessee, Florida /
of and Virginia.
ie "I'm satisfied that were going
is to carry every one of those states
in '56," the Democratic chairman
said. "I'm just as certain as IA
can be that there is going to be I
a Solid South again next year." I O
Butler declined to speculate on I
possible Democratic nominees
next year, saying that "whomev-
er we nominate in our onventionCASH ON. THE
vice presidency whomever the Re-
publicans nominate in their con- MF ..
Other political developments:
1. JosephL. Rauh, national YO UR USE
chairman of Americans for Dem-i l
ocratic Action, said at NewI
Brunswick, N. J., that conserva-
tive Republicans are trying to
"clean u Vice President ich-
ard M. Nixon for the presidential
nomination. He urged the GOP to
"drop" Nixon. I
.2. Democratic Sens.- Paul H.
Douglas (Ill.) and Wa y ne L.
Morse (Ore.) renewed their at-
tacks on GOP farm policy. In a
radio show transcribed for Oregon
stations, they accused Agriculture
Secretary Ezra T. Benson of try-
ing to pit farmers against indus-
trial workers "on the principle of
divide and conquer.".
3. White House press secretary
James C. Hagerty refused to pre-
diet whether Mr. Eisenhower will
seek re-election next year. He
said in Denver the President had
given him no word on 1956 al-
though he had promised the press We Are Paying CASH For
secretary would be one of the first :
to know when he finally decides. We Are Paying CASH For G
Stassen, asked last week wheth-'
er he would seek the GOP nomi-I
nation, replied he would do what- N O
ever the President wished.
Questioned, on the Aon JUST BRING IN YOUR CAR WITH P
ference,"' Stassen aaid last week's IN A FE MINUTES YOU LEAVE WJ
reply "did not mean anything a-
bout my availability." I
He said he would not discuss
the presidential race as long as:
the President is ill but that "I do:
not consider myself a candidate. "if CASH to you has any appeal
Ive given no one. any go-ahead." I o you s y pe
Butler refused to speculate on
the convention chances of AdIal "Then come to CIVA and close the
E. Stevenson, Gov. Averell Harri- come to IV nd los the
man of New York, Sen. Estes Ke-
fauver (D-Tenn.) or any oth e r
prospective nominees. He predict-
ed a "free and open" convention.
He made his predictions in an
ANNA, Ill. (UP) Thomas
Lawson had a brief career as a po- I
lice officer here. The first day he
was on duty, he was offered a job P AN A M A
he had applied for at .a service
station. and so resigned from the Automobile Row
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'; -.4Sh Record Shop: Guess who's, i. .
going to make records? No, you're
wrong. It's Kukia, Fran and Ollie.
They've been signed by Decca and I
ttfair first project will be a Christ.
mn 's album: One side will be the
James Thurber story, "Many
Moons," which Burr Tillstrom did
on the show's Christmas program
last year.
The next time Monica Boyar
S tries to interest America in a new
musical tempo, we really ought to .
listen. Twice now she's pushed a Tillstr Monica Boyar
native Caribbean dance step,
twice people have said it wasn't radio days, anything off-color be
commercial, and twice time hasame known as "blue," an
'proved that Monica Boyar knew anyone who sdid anything off-colo
Swhereof she sang. "blued," It. wags easier to sav "Hi
Miss Boyar is a charming singer, blooped," than "He bluedS am
At native of the Dominican Rpub- another word was coined.
1r li, who's been a U.S. resident
since she was six. For quite some
time now, she's been the favorite
SLatin-American singer of the night- Gradually, Camden is getting
club set. Now, for instance, she's permission from artists to use
|f singing at New York's Viennese their real names on their records
Lantern-and you haven't lived iIf you have Camden records, yot
until you've listened to L at in nmiht like to know who's playing
, Merican songs while eating Aus- go erc'a the list-Camden's-Stra.
trian goulash. ford Symphony is actually the
a. During New York's World's Fair, London Philharmonic; the Jewel
t, Miss Boyar and the Dominican Symphony is the London Sym.
Republic tried to sell the U.S. phony; Danube is the Vienna Phil.
. their native dance-the merengue. harmonic; Seine is the P a r I
Nobody would buy it. Today it's Conservatory Orchestra; W o rld
the fastest growing dance around. Wide is the San Francisco Symn
Later, Miss Boyar began singing phony; Century is the Chicago
calypso songs, but people said they Symphony; Sussex is the Indi-
f weren't commercial, Last year, anapolls Sympbony; Marlborough
'some of the top selling records the Minneapols Symphony; Globe
SWere calypsos. is the National Symphony; Cosmo.
"I don't have any other dances politan isf Henri Reneand his
u' p my sleeve at the moment," orchestra; Golden and Regent are
Monica says. But give her time- the RCA Victor Symphony; .Do
she's more than just a singer, minion is the Toronto Symphony.
she's a serious student of f ol k
music of all countries.
"I find it fascinating to realize
that there's a common origin to so Dick's Picks: Kitty Kallen has a
much folk music," the lovely lovely revival, "Only Forever"
singer says."Take the bagpipes. (Decca). Others: "The White Buf-
You'd think that was purely a falo" (James Brown, MGM);
Scotch invention, but there were "Why Don't You Write Me?"
Sbaxpipes ain Spain. And the songs (Joyce Bradley, Mercury); "Lies"
of the Irish, particularly the Black (Jack Pleis, Decca); "Bring Me a
i' sl. There are very definite Bluebird" (Robert Clary, Epic);
S' o nish rhythms which are trace- "Sixteen Tons" (Tennessee Ernie,
able to the Spanish and -Moorish Capitol); "It's Almost Tomorrow"
Sinyaders of Ireland. Of course, you (David Carroll, Mercury); "Love
tel that to an Irishman and he'll Is Here to Stav" (Carmen McRae,
get quite angry." Decca); "When Boy Kiss Girl"
Miss Boyar hasn't been back to (Ella Mae Morse, Capitol).
the Dominican Republic since she
wa. brought here as a girl. Not Jazz for your jumpin' mood-
tha she wouldn't like to return for Sauter-Finegan pl a y "Concert
a *;isit. Jazz" (RCA);. Steve Allen's All-
S *I'd love to go," she says. "But Star Jazz Concert in two volumes
1 was once married to the nephew (Decca); English jazz on "Some
'of the president who was ousted Like It Hot" by Humphrey Lyttle-
by the present president. Trujillo. ton (Angel); "Jazz: Red, Hot and
SI1 am not welcome. It's a gnawing Cool" by the Dave Brubeck Quar-I
"' feeling to see the place where one tet (Columbia); Lionel RHmpton
a bona particularly when you with his quartet and Quintet on
S 't go. o t "of like forbidden Clef,, and in his '45 Carnegie Hall
St.' .Concert on Decca; Count Basle
S- and Gene Krupa, both on Clef:
Eddie Condon and his All-Stars, on,
TV TOPPERS "Bixieland," play Bix's favorites!
&-1, .. .,. T, V,,, (Columbia).

.Iack Sterling (make up our ,
Mind," CBS-Radio): What does a Great classical artists the
efficiency expert do? Well, if a famed Albert Schweitzer, on Co-
woman did it, it would be called lumbia, plays Bach organ music;
nagging. Artur Rubinstein (RCA) plays the ( EW V
complete Chopin Waltzes; Walter
We have Kermit Schafer to Gleseking (Angel) has two morel
thank for the story g how -the in his collection of the complete
word "blooper" came about. And piano works of Mozart; violinist
he should know, because he's corn- Michael Rabin (Angel) plays Pa-'
pled the Jubilee albums, "Pardon ganini's Concerto No. I and!
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Mrs. Miebhael Dawson was thd honotee last evening at
surpipl* party given in the Driftwood room of the Albrook Of-
ficers Club. Mr. Dawson had arranged the party for his wife
Marirta on the occasion of their second wedding anniversary.
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da were Mr. and Mrs. Richaid Burgoon, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Boyd, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. William Cardose, Mr. and Mrs. Ricar-
do Cucal6n, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Glelchman, Miss Marcela de
Jan6n, the Messrs. Herbert Dawson, Don Francey and Lt. Col.
i ,and Mrs. Raul Arias.

Mrs. Heartemtatte Amy Fraser's home-made mango
Eatrtalins For Harrientons chutney will be one of the hun-
,Mrs. Elisa Heutematte of Bella dreds of items on sale.
Vista was hostess on Friday eve- Other articles include a variety
ning at a cocktail party honoring of apross for oil occasions, dol
the Ambassaior of the U nit e d toaster covers, magnetic pothold-
States and Mrs. Julian F; H a r- ers, fancy dress-hangers, white
rngtoni. elephant surprises, potted plants,
Assisting in entertaining the permanent holiday centerpieces,
guests were Miss Cecilia Heurte- candy, cookies ana things for chil-
rpatte a d Mr. Robert H e u r te- dren.
matte, daughter and son of the lInterested m e m b e rs of he
hostess. church will be on hand to greet
Bridge W --- visitors and to make the evening
Bridge iners a pleasant one.
In Ancon Game
Winners in the weekly bridge Miss Capwell Returns
games played on Monday evening Mis 'rhelma L. Capwell, R. N.,
at Tivoi Guest House were: has recently resumed her duties
First, Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Ho- with the nursing staff of Corozal
ma;. second, Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Hospital. She has been in ala-
Brown; third, Mrs. Sullivan and manca, New York, for two
Mrs. Brady; fourth, Mr. and Mrs. months, where she went to assist
Fraullehbim. fifth Mr Bo n non a e s..,, int r uo- k .. P. ~ i

sebh notice fot scha loa to Ia
etlumn shoUli ubliftd it type-
iAttwn fam ad mlled en o* f
lbO box numInn libti daily in "U1 -
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by bend to the *lee. Mt
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I.A.W.C. Bella Vista
Committee Meet
A meeting of the Bella Vista
Children's Home Committee of the
Inter-American Women's Clu b
will be held tomorrow morning at
nine o'clock at the home of Mrs.
Frank A. Munroe, Jr., 153 Quar-
ry Road, Balboa Heights.
Busisiss of the meeting will be
plans for the annual card party
and tea which will be given Nov-
ember 15th at the Army and Na-
vy Club, Fort Amador, for the
benefit of the Bella Vista C h i l-
dren's Home.
Rosary Altar Society
Meets Tonigbt
The Rosary Altar Society of
Sacred Heart Chapel will hold its

... M--- M. .... ..r aun.., mrs. ia,.... r o n ,., regular monthly meeting in the
and Mr. Seelig. who has been seriously ill follow- huch social hall at 7:30 tonight.
CoatAnd-Te Dance inga asocial h. at 7 onig .
Coollee Daube
Coming at Ft, Amador Alpha Chapter, BSP College Clu Grou
Coats and ties will be the order Holds Preferential Tea ThNature Study Group of the
of the evening on Saturday when The Alpha Chapter fBeta Sig- l Cubwl mee 330 to
the Army-Navy Club, Ft. Amador, ma Phi held the traditional Pref- m 6orrw afternoon at the home of
puts on a dance from 8:30 to 12:30. encial Tea in the Garden Room Mr. Paul B. Barnard, H house
of the Tivoli Guest otbuse Sunday 2425 Morgan Ave. Mrs. Barnard
Three Isthmian-Tralned afternoon, will teach the group to identify
Students Matriculate Mrs. Pat Morgan, director, and some of the families of birds on
At Administration School Mrs. Polly Zon, past president, the Canal Zone.
SThree graduates of Canal Zone presided at the beautiful tea ta- -.
schools entered the freshman ble, and Mrs. Mary Robertson, Archaeological Society
class this year at Bryant College president served the pmunn. Tomorrow Ngith
of Business Administration in Pro- The lovely tea table as ap- The Archaeological Society of
evidence, R. Pointed by the membership com- Panama will hold its re g ul a r
Karen J. McKaig, who lived on mitte Mrs. Eleanor Borgia, and meeting at the USO-JWB tomor-
both sides of the isthmus and Mrs. Constance Thompson. row at 7:30 p.m. There will be a
graduated from Cristobal HighI There were 20 members pres- panel of illustrated t a I k s by
School, has registered for an exe- ent along with the rushees: V'rie- members of the society.
cutive secretarial course. H e r da Walker, Edna Bower, Elaine --
narents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Payne, Newie Sloan. Theima Val- All Star Circle
Roberts McKaig, are now residing entire, asd Eleanor Homburg. Card Party
in Glendale, Calif. The regular month car P Y
Another student in executives Cs o Solo CPO Wiwess Club wir be held by the All Star Cr-
secretarial courses is Marilyn J. Meeting cle at the Scottish Rite Temple
Bevington, daughter of Mr. a n d The tPO Wives held their reg- in Balboa tomorrow from it o 4
Mrs. Boyd M. Bevington of Bai ular monthly meeting last week p m There will be two door priz-
boa. She has a diploma from in the club rooms with Mrs. Bette es ard light refreshmests will be
Balboa High School. Majors presiding. served. Al members and t h ei r
The third student at Bryant is, friends are invited.
Donald Poerwho is specializing Ne members welcomed were ... .t-
in the so I 1 dminiitration. Mrs. J4Mes, Mr.J. ,WKing, c. I ,
courses. He gradU ted from Cris-...- Mrs. L. Walker, "rs l on
tobal High School, lives is Mar -lM a, Mrs. L. Herron, Mrs. J
garita with his parents, Mr. andJ.Pate, ,rs. W. Dyer, Mrs. J.
Mrs. William E. Weigle. league and Mrs. D. Alley. To 1 e
-. The ladies each brought a box
Markuns Return of rice for St. Vincent de P a ul's L U
From Northern States home for girls in Colon. RA le lOllvlOiW
Mr. and Mrs. David J. Markuni Plans were made for a visit to PanamI
of Balboa Heights havereturned the Presidential Palace and other PANAMA CITY anama
from a vacation in the Stares dur- places of interest on Wednes- Dr. Francisco Grande, noted
ing which they visited in Minne- day, Oct. 19. physiologist and nutrition ex-
sota, Wiscossin, Michigan, .Wash- pert, will lecture on his experiel
ington, D. C., and New York City. Volunteers were chosen to as- ences in the nutritional neld
They were accompanied by sit Activities C h a i r m a n Mary here tomorrow. Dr. Grande is on
their children, Sybil, Meredith and Jane Phillips in preparation for a a lecture tour that will take him
David, Jr. Halloween Party to be held for to 11 Latin American nations.
----- all enlisted men's children resid-1 Dr. Grande, associate profes-
Witch Will Be Present iing, on the base. sor, Department of physiological
At Gambua Bazaar Hygiene at the University of
All friends have been invited to The club rooms were attractive- Minnesota, will deliver a number
see what is brewing at the Gam- ly decorated in the Halloween of lectures on nutrition to va-
boa Civi Center on 'Friday when theme and a tasty luncheon was rious medical groups during hisa
the Gamboa Union Church holds served by the hostesses, Mrs. J. tour.
a bazaar. Among other, entertain- Alexander, Mrs. D. Bridenbaugh,: His talk here will be about
ment, they'll have a chance to see Mrs. V. Fenning and A. Frank- "Antibiotics and Nutrition" be-
a witch. in. fore the Medical Association of
Following a Johnny Mozetti sup- Panama.
per to be served promptly at 51 Dr. Grande left New York on
p.m. booths w8l open and be rea-: RIGHT AND WRONG Sept. 18. He has visited Havana,
dy to sell at 6 p.m. I Caracas, Rio de Janeiro, Sao
Those in charge of the affair VALENTINE. Neb. -(UP)- The paulo, Montevideo, Buenos Aires,
sukgest that the public come ear- parents of four-year-old Christine and Lima beforb arriving here.
ly so that they may enjoy their Lee Elliot were positive she had After lecturing here, he will
evening meal before the booths swallowed a penny so they rushed visit Mexico. He is scheduled to.
have been disturbed. her to a Norfolk hospital. The par- return to New York.
If the evening is warm, cold ents were right--and wrong. The or the past year and a half,
drinks wyill be on sale near t he tot hadn't swallowed one penny- Dr. Grande has been conducting
booths. -but three. comprehensive studies of nutri-
tion and the effects of undernu-
trition on the human body. He
1 on leave of absence from the
University of Zaragoza (Spain)
where he is professor of physio-
logv and biochemistry at the
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Organized Jewel Robbery Syndicate

Believed Operating In Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH, Oct 14 (UP) --
A jewel robbery "syndicate" of
possibly nationwide or internation-
al proportions apparently is oper-
ating in the Pittsbutgh area and
jewelry salesmen coming h er e
!are marked men, police and pri-
vate investigators, indicated to-
Two nearly simultaneous jewel
robberies which netted thieves ap-
'proximately $150,00t in diamonds
and other preciots'-'stones Friday
night brought to nearly $2,000.000
the value of jewelry stolen in and
around the city during the last
five years.
"We're, working on the b a s I c
assumption that both these thefts
were the work of the same svndi-
cate," K. W. Narvelelt, chief of
the Pinkerton Detective Agency
here, declared. '
Detective John Stack of the
Pittsburgh police robbery squad
expressed a similar view.
Bernie Hausrath. 37, a gem
salesman from suburban Mt. Le-
banon, declared he knows "I'm a
marked man" after two heavy
sample kits containing diamonds,
sapphires, and other je wel ry
worth $70.000 to $80,000 were stol-
en from the trunk of his automo-
bile Friday. His wife declared
"we're going to have to move."

Hausrath discovered the robbe-
ry last night about two hours aft-
er a nattily dressed g unman
stripped a New York salesman
down to his underwear and es-j
caped with a case containinned un-
set diamonds worth some $70,000.
The salesman, Simon Dienstag,
43. a partner in the B. and M;
Dienstag Jewelry Co., of New

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ing $1,500 when the gunman ran
from the "K" Co., a wholesale
jewelry firm, in downtown Pitts-
burgh at about 6 p.m. Friday.

ox 134, Panama

Police found no trace of the
bandit or a rifle-toting "buddy" 1
he warned was waiting acrossl
the street with a high powered
Hauserath, a representative ofi
the Samuel Platzer Jewel Co., of I
New York, told police he went to -
Johnstown, Pa., Friday on a liusi-\
ness trip and returned home a'
bout 6:25 p.m. Two hours later -!
he checked the trunk of his car: NUA '
and found his sample kits, each
weighting between e 0 to 100
pounds, were missing.
pods, wer missing. It is much easier for the aver-
The biggest in the series of age person to give a compliment 1
gem robberies occurred April 29, than to receive one graciously.
1954. when diamond sample sA pleased "Thank you. I'm so
worth about $600,000 were taken glad you like it" is one good way
from a vault at the Willaum Penn of responding to a compliment
Hotel. A $70,000 robbery at a Jew- on a possession. A smiling.
elry store had occurred a month "Thank you" will take care of
before, and last November, sam- most personal compliments. The'
ple kits with diamonds and other main thing to remember is not
jewelry worth about $15,000 were to argue with the person giving'
stolen from an unlocked safe at a the compliment.
hotel in nearby Washington, Pa. That is, after all, Just disput-
ing his taste.

Only about $15,000 to $20,000 of;
the loot taken in the five y e a r
series of thefts has been recover-

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'Oil Production
Is Rising
In Mexico.
bright future for Mexico's oil in-I
dustry is predicted by President:
Adulfo Rufz Cortines, who says
this 'year's record output will be
greatly increased y newly opened;
plant and two nm a j o y pipelines
scheduled to go into operation be-
fore 195s.
The president praised the gov-
ernment-owned oil monopoly's pro-,
gram of exploration, drilling and
production which resulted in dis-
covery of 11 new oilfields and drill-
ing of 354 wells in the past 12
Production for this period was
91,400,000 barrels up 13,400,000
over the previous year, Ruit Cor-
tines said.
The chief executive pointed out
that Mexico's oil income from 29,-
299,000 barrels exported during the
past 12 months totaled $45,040,000
an increase of $17,360,000 over the
previous year's total.
In his third annual state of the
nation address, Ruiz Cortines laud-
ed the oil industry's role in the
nation's economic recovery and
$4,560,000 from petroleum income
was spent for school, medical and
social services for employes.
Looking to the future, the presi-
dent said the government's oil pro-
gram calls for capital investments
of $61,400,000 during the next 12
months, in increase of $12,000,000
over last year.

Grand Lodge Plans
Its Second Visit
District Grand iodge No. 2,
British United Order of Mosaic
Templars, will make its second
official visit to a subordinate
lodge when the district grand
master and his staff attend the
regular session nof Royal King
Alfred Temple No. 4, BUOOMT,
tomorrow night at Three Sisters
hall, Colon.

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Round trip $145. Phone Copa,
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ATTENTION G. I.J Just built
modern furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot. cold w a t r,
Phone Ponama 3-4941.

FOR RENT:- Apartment, con-
crete building, near race track:
2 bedrooms, suitable for chil-
dren $60. Apply International
Jwl 1 55 Central Ave Phonek

ti 0 ......"..........
Meetings -FOR RENT:-Modern furnished
-- and unfurnished apartments.
Barbados Relief Groups th A ambra Apartme 1386, Colon.
The coordinating committee Phone 1386, Colon.
of Barbados hurricane relief. FOR RENT:-I-bedroom apart-
groups In Colon will meet to- ment, kitchen and bathroom. In-
morrow evening at 5 o'clock at, quire personally: Mr. Fabrega,
the British Consulate, instead East 29th Street No. 18, rear of
of Friday, the chairman, John Mercado Vasco, from 10 to 12
Blennerhatissett, announced to- and 3 to 6.
day. I- ---- -
FOR RENT:- Furnished apart-
Representatives of organiza- months $50-$60. Discount for
tions may make their weekly re- 2 American couples. Regular
mittances at this time, the 'an- transportation. Phone 3-0471.
nouncement said. FOR RENT:- Apartment, First
Contributions are being e- Street, Perejil, No. 7-113, $50'
Contributions are being re- monthly. Inquire same address.
ceived at the British Consulate, m h u
Crown Drug Store, Arthur's Ra- FOR RENT:- Furnished apart-
dio Shop, Muebleria Panama, ment, military inspected. Via
Carlton Drug Store, C h r ist Porras No. 99. Phone 3-2068.

hurch Academy, St. Mary's
episcopal Church, Du nb a r
school, and other convenient
ARE Meeting to
discusss By-Laws
Proposed by-laws of CARE's
echnlcal council prepared by a
committee headed by J. P. Villa-I
i A., will be open for discussion
night, during the general as-
emblv meeting of the council,
3lsen N. Haughton, secretary
Also listed for discussion Is
ARE's rehabilitation program,
resented-by Mrs. Mary' Low-
e, mission chief In Phaama.
The 'nmengwill be'resiede
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oulh, 19, Uses

lammer To Beat

Mother To Death

PASADENA, Calif,, Oct. 18 (UP)
- A 19-year-old boy confessed
e beat his mother to 4eath with
hammer "because my parents
on't understand me" and then
tried to' kill himself by leaping
u front of two cars and a truck,
police said today.

The youth. John Hawley was
reported In serious condition
Pasaaena detective Richard L.
Jamlson .aid Hawlev confessed
murderii g hLs mother.

to the sights without any, ** did it.' the detective quoted
e Sam Pryor, executive the boy "I killed my mother. ]
president of Pan American.hit her witn a hammer and stab-
ways, has just joined the grand- bed her with a knife."
ers club. He said: "I've got.
in the hangar and two on the The youth underwent surgery
Ray." By that he means that for eight hours yesterday for in-
aughter, Mr thLowell Thomasft juries suffered in his suicide try
cormarried a tonn s matter fleeing from here In his.
Id commentator, and hisI car.
[, Mrs. Sam Pryor'
have pree ented ham with Mrs Iris Hauley. 45. wife of a.
anothildren. Another-in-law arewalfth advertising executives
e areWilliam A Hawley, was found
he runway--expecting. dead yesterday by a maid In the-
WHEN TEDDY SPOKE family's fashionable home in the
IOak Knoll distilect here. Mrs.
. PAUL. Minn -(LrP--Fifty Hawley had been beaten on the
a ago, Theodore Roosevelt, head with a hammer and died of
king at the Minnesota state a skull fracture, chief county au-
used the now-famous phrase, topsy surgeon Dr Frederick D
ak softly and carry a big Newbarr said. There also were
knife wounds on the body.

TEiRTH ANMVrIaAR XT OR President Chas. u. Beard,
r) Braniff International AM was, who received his din-
service wing-pin this mouth from Vice President R. V.,
WB, left 24-yeast veteran who heads Braniff operations.
* right is C. 0. Adams, Vice Preldent-Fuuanee and Sec-I
ant.Aher member of the airline's exclusive 20year club.
e zeettves. who have succeefally charted Braniffas
F.lstf tIhe peat two decades, have alse helped pioneer the
adutry. President Beard, long-time executive vice
Ogt of santf Aikwaya, assumed the Presidency of the
In Ja huu7 E HIe smile reflects one of the most
with manage.
__-r- cords in on-tie r.

WANTED:-Small circular saw,
table model, 60-cycle. Phone
Pan. 3-0358 to 1:30 p.m., eve-
ning 3-0098.

Position Offered
WANTED :-Stenographer, Span-
ish-Englij. Write Box 1899
WANTED:-Experienced secre-
tary for English-Spanish 'corre-
spondence. Write to Box 281
-Panama giving references.

FOR SALE:- Furniture in ex-
Scllent condition: Radio comb.
console, NI-Fi; living room five-
piece set; coffee table; noon
ceiling light; wardrobe, three-
section; vanity and bench; chi-
na closet; dininitable and chairs;
refrigerator, Philco, 60-cycle;
steve; washing machine, auto-
matuc Maytag; cabinet, kitchen;
car Buick 1948, excellent condi-
tion, new tires. Central Avenue
149. Room 17, 18, 19., U.S.
Drug Store bldg.
FOR SALE:-Sorvel refrigerator,
25 or 60-cycle with deep froaxe
compartment; venetian blinds;
mahogany and bamboo chairs;
lamps, tables, single bad, porch
glider, washable rugs. House
2468 Morgan Avenue, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Mahogany bed-
room suite, 6 pieces; 1 baby
high chair, I baby crib. 1 metal
buffet. Call 3410 Locona.

FOR RENT: !- 2-story house.
Top'floor has 5 bedrooms, living
room, study, bathroom. Ground
floor has living room, dining
room, kitchen, maid's room.
Front has apartment, suitable for
the Central Highway. Bargain.
Phone 2-2522.

Help Wanted
WANTED:- Experienced cook.
Excellent salary. Alberto Navarro
Street No. 26 (El Cangrejo'.

cation quarters for Dpcember I st.
Call after 4:00 1B**a 2-4462.

ONE D(ES NOT N[FD a legal background to appreciate
Christmas, but one duos nee'i Judge Guthrie F. Crowe's draw-
ing ability to demorristiate I %% happy it makes little children
to have Santa Clau. interested in tomorrow night's commu-
niy meeting at twe USO-JWB where representatives of or-
ganizations in the Wtoublic of Panama and the Canal Zone
are invited to meet to exchange mformaition concerning
Christmas doations tu neev institutions. Initiated by fie
Panama Chapter Wi tne International House Association, the
project's success ,I.i te attributed to all the many conmmu-
nity-minded oagasilza;ions who send representatives to share
information with one another about the Christmas donations
now being planner. n-r orphanage. elderly persons' homes, and
othei nepcvy oiaces on the Isthmus.

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GXA)DUATXS of the first of three 40-hour courses in Conference Leadership being held at
Corers' are seen above with the course instructoii and the Civilian Personnel Officer. USAR-
CARIB. Graduates are from various USARCARIB actions. with the exception of one Panama
Canal Co. emoloye. Seated. from left are. Mrs. En.uia Sowrmer, civilian personnel course
Leache-r: Milton Brown, chief, executive Appraisal and nevelcpment b-anch within the Depart-
ment of lt:e Army's office of civilian personnel; L.t rol. Walter Williams. civilian personnel
onicet. USARCARIB: Miss Helen Dudley. assistant to Brown; 2d Lt. Robert D. Shirley, Ungi-
ncrr 6tand!ng, from let. are, Clarence W Kilbey. Communities Service Bureau, Panamn Ca-
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Pm Nixon Enthusiastic
SSai lingsOGen

been booked for New York and'
one for Haiti on the Panama -
liner Ancon sailing next Satur- NEW YORK, Oct. 18- (UP) soIrlt of Geneva.
day from Cristobal. Vice President Richard M. Nixon He said the greatest fatfor of
Among the passengers sailing said last night ltie .forthcoming all Is that "the people of the
for New York will be Francis F. Big Four meeting with R u s i.a world are on the side of peace.
Sulley, of the general counsel's lves "more promise' of settling Torning to the Presidents il-
SullOffice at Balboa Heights. He and st-West difference than a n y ness. Nixon pledged he and other
Ofce at Balboa teir yng sn conference in the past 1 years top administration officials wiff do
rs lley and their yong son At the pame time. Nixon said everything possible to achieve the
are leaving for a vacation in the that netber President E I e e- Presidents goal of "a better A
United States. bhewer aW Secretary of St a t merica in a peaceful world un*
SH. 0. Warren, Jr. is the single JJohn Fe Diles havd any a- til the chief executive can resume
Spas.senge booked for Haiti. The tetio Olbeing taken in by So- his duties.
complete advance passtenger li viet prfesseons of good. faith The vice president said he U
complete adane paseng that are not acked t y deeds. united States must maintain i't
for New York follows: "When the s'icretary of state military strength and keep its **
Miss MarBischoffMiss Dor returns to Geneva later t h i onomy "sound, productive a
Miss MDeary Bshoard f; Miss i- month," he said, "we will be. on free while trying tA reach peace
thy Dean Boardman; Mrissa lia the lookout for the real policies ful' solutions of its differences
F. Carney; Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. of the Kren.lin-not merely pro- with the Soviet bloc.
oCettl Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. fessions of good will." But he said the time has eome
Doughty; Miss Olga Edestein; Nixon, Who called present peace for a settlementof differences at
Miss Vera Edelstein; Mr. and prospiets "better than-at any time the conference table "oo that we
Mrs. Oscar R. Hall; Mr. and Mrs, since' World War II," discussed will not run the risk of eventual-
Moe Hausman; Mrs. Flor Ho- the world situation in speeches ly settling them on the battlefield
men; Miss Christina Hughes; here before the New York Herald in a war no one wants,
Miss Irene Lesser, and Mrs. Tribune Forum and the, annual "The United States, Nix oj
Sonya Lifehey; meeting of the International Air said, "is willing to accept a ny
STransport Assn. proposal leading toward peace
Mrs. Helei rD. McKeown; Neu Dulles is scheduled- to fly to except one that would mean sur-
man Marshall; Miss Louise Denver tomorrow for a last-min- render of our freedom or freedom
.. Riehl; Dr. and Mrs. EVganeP utP e coference with the President of others, or one that wouIld
ORNAMENTAL IRON ro r. and ,Herdt onWete strategy at the Oct. mean acquiescence of tH kens av
ORNAMES ALRON Stark; Maurice Steinsel; Mr. Aud mietantg of the Big Four fo r- ment of any peop 1 e in the
DINING ROOM Mrs. Francis F. Sulley and son;, ein ministers. world.'
DINETTES Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thaens, Che conference is considered Nixon praised Senate Democrat.
and Mr. and Mrs, H. p. Warren., the .."acid test". of the spirit of ic Leader Lundon B. Johnson
Friendship established by the chief (Tex.) and Chairman Walter F.
Executive and his French, British George (D-Ga.) of the Senate For-
A Dl n nand Russian ounterparts at the eign Relations Committee f or
Flood Rehabilitation Margarert-ownse d summit, meeting at Geneva ear- their support of the Presidents
(Cntinue d from Page 1) ( u o lier this year. foreign policies.
(Ontinue o (Continued from rage 1) While Dulles publicly has ex- But he hit out at congressmen
won't keep books or punch re- p rriae el- dressed optimism that some prog-who favor touting off U.S. aid to
sisters position to a marge on e ress will be made at Geneva, A- with some American foreign pol-
The Civil Defense Administra- o o n a es g s. merican officials have not been India because it has disagreed
tor planned to survey flood hie London 8unay Times ar as hopeful privately. icies.
hit state in the latest floods just "lrry 'ownsend, should re- sia some European security plan win India to our side, It is more
as it was last August. nounce her Royal rights t can accept in return for Ger- likely to have the opposite effect,"
Peterson said some of the privileges, which inclu rights man reunification. .he added. -
l,600,000, mad aiae available v Of succession and a $42,00 year- Nixon coceded there are dis- h added-
the Federal government for ly salary provided by Parha- trying factors in the world sit-
rehabilitation after the Au- ment. nation, including Red efforts to t\i
immediately. But Lord Beaverbrook's. con- East, the refusal of Red China
Farmers whose crop lands servative Daily Express and to renounce the use o ff o r c e.
Fwrmers wh inosuddyfloowa-I the Labor Party's: olticial pa- fear of. surprise attack, and
were awash in mud flod wa- per, the Herald, joined in urg- Communist campaigns of sub- .
talst e promised Federal n Margaret to pick the man version against free peoples. g p
assistance, t Party
The rather breau in Alba- se wants, regatules. Butdespite these over present
The weather bureau in Alba- dangers," he told the Herald Tri-
ny, N.Y., reported the Mohawk tof bune Forum,e can be thankful NORTH HOLLYWOOD, Calif.,
smaller streams in eastern New against "seconf,-class- mar- that. t h e foreign ministers Oct. 18 (UP). A private plane,
smaller streamsin east it warn N rage anu demand her Royal meeting will meet in an a tm o- believed to be piloted by millipn-
York were receding, but it warn- _Ints sphere at the outset, at least, aire sportsmanr Joel Thorne,
ed that because of the threat of rights, sphere at the outset, at e s t ire sportsman Joel Thorne,
mored that becausin the next 36 hours eatthat will be more cordial and crashed into an apartment house
more rain in the next 36 hours Should it come up in Parlia- therefore will hold more promise last night and turned the build-
Forecastents said the ne rain-lert ment, where a veto of such a for resolving, differences that any ing into a flaming horror for a
Forecast said the r marriage ls possible, it would be similar conference between East family celebrating their baby's
fall n the seven-state area, the duty of the Archbishop of and West in the last 10 years." christening. Three persons, in-
drmuch o which al Canterbury to tellthe House of He said Russias acceptance of eluding the pilot and the baby,
been drenched-with up to a foot oppooeth the chsrh opposethe Presidest's aerial arms in-were killed.
of water, might totaas mucthe marriage section plan, "if honestly accpt- Seven other persons from the
as two inches. But Army Engi- e mared and applied, would remove christening party were critically
neers said the new rain was not Y iet or American fears ofinjured.
expected tosa the rivers and Margaret is to dine with than Soviet or American fears of injured.
expected to-start the rivers and archbishop tomorrow night a surprise attack. The third fatality was believ-
streams on the rise again. Lambeth palace. He said the Presidents plan Jor ed to be Mrs. Betty Wolf, 18, who
National Guard troops call- Whate'ver her decision it a jthe U.S. and Russia to exchange lived in a second story apart-
the d out by Ribicoff patrolled- unlikely there would be a wed- military blueprints and ph ot o- nent.
te streets in a dozen Conne- ding in the next two months, graph each others military facii- Police said Thorne had been
ticut towns. In hard-hit Dan- e rret's social duties are ties would end the "potential for identified tentatively from pa-
bury, were water wa up 11 height of the fairly heavy until Dc. 14 aggressive conquest by destroy- pers found inside the plane. A
feet deep at the height of the airy enay h .or eeks ig its essential ingredient-secret friend of Tholne also told police
flood, and in the big.comma Townsend^ fo his ost as air preparations fir a surprise at- he had taken off in the plans
ter center of'Stamford looting of his leave from his post as tack shortly before the crash. The bo-
was reported attach "No greater step toward peace dies were burned too badly for
Danbury and Norwalk were He has sad he does not know !could be taken, he said. immediate positive identifica-
without power. whether he will be sent back Nixon cited four "dynamic tion.
All six industries In Danbury, there. forces Ie said "could pr ve Thorne, 40, scion of a New
"the hat capital of the world," decisive t he side of peace. York banking family, was a well-
were knocked out, throwing 4,- Ilood waters poured over a gen- He listed them as the United known racing car and plane en-
500 persons out of work. erator. Nations, the strength of the U- thuslast. He built the ear that
Norwalk's power was cut by Ribicofft said the weekend! ited States and its free allies, won thefamed 500 mile India-
an explosion early Sunday when floods as well as the August dis- the power of the atom and the napols speedway race in 145.
-- aster which left 75 dead and 12
the necessity for "planning on a
permanent long-range scale on HAVE'YOU SEEN THE COMPLETELY ALL NEW I
a sound basis."
Fleming completed a tour of 1956 O R D fl
.f ,^ flood-strickert aveas of Connec-[ & J rI M B
... ticut and -Massachusetta and re-
". ported damage Wa ers held down A SK FOR A DEMONSTRATION ..
cleaned stream channels of de- TRADE NOW AT THE VERY BEGINNING OF TH [l
bris which "contributed so YEAR WHEN ALLOWANCES ARE HIGHEST-
greatly to the damage of last
August." COLPAN
AI^But the Army engineers rte- COLT RS
ported that 5O per cent. of the
restoration work done after the COLON
August floods had been wiped
out bY the new disaster.







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Federal Judge Rules Tennesse's Laws j Bank Robber Shot By G-Man Leaves

On School Segregation Unconstitutional Note Describing Life As Failure
MEMPHIS, Oct. 18 (UP) A est of a harmonious solution tophis State and we must yield to S
federal judge ruled -Tennessee's the problem." this principle." By OSWALD JACOBY TAOS, N.M., Oct 18 (UP) -A to Mountains near the small corn
segregation school laWs unconsti- Dr. Quill E. Cope, state educa- "The segregation provisions of Written for NLA Service young oank rubber, san by an unity of Tres Ritos south of
tutional today but approved a tion commissioner, testified that the state law and Constitution are FBI age it who beat him to the ner.
"gradual integration" plan which unrestricted admissions would already invalid beyond any doubt draw, left a note that described Ht fit the description of the ban.
he called "necessary for the pub- work a financial hardship on the -this is not debatable," Bo yd --- ---- his life as a failure and forecast (it and Crandall jumped fro m ,
Ready has appropriAted funds un- NORTH c eed in the holdup, too. reader. 'he shooting followed.
The primary effect of District til 1957. "The state has asked for time 4 Authorities today s d t Thenote was addressed "to
Judge Marion Boyd's ruling was to permit orderly desegregation W 76 gloomy message, scrawled un a whom it may concern' and said:
to deny five Negroes immediate Smith testified that admission and-the court agrees.' 9852 piece of paper found on the body "If anybody reads this, I will
entry in Memphis State College, of a number of Negroes might 4 AK ;of the lanky blond youth ma y probably be dead or dying. Mv
a division of the state-lupported cause the college to lose some NYLON TO FLOWERS WEST (D) EAST give some clue to his identity. whole life has been a failure.- I
university system ot the accredited sumadin with He was killed by agent C l a r-have never done anything right
..... "the Southern Aspeiation of Col. McPHERSONKan-(UP 4 K 3 A Q J S ence Crandall of the Santa Fe- or good. I often let my relatives
Judge Biyd gave his opinions leges and Seco ary 'Schools. Students of McPhersoif College 0 2 KQJ No FBI office late Saturday w h e n and friends down,
after a one-day hearing at which have completed collection of more 6 None lthe fugitive reached for an old- "I have often thought of put-
the gradual integration plan. al-. Before witnesseswere ealledt o than three miles of worn nylon Q 10 9 a7a style, single-action revolver after ting my pistol to my head and d
ready drafted by state officials, testify, Boyd had said the Su- hoisery for Germany. The nvlon SOUTH Crandall had ordered him to sur- pulling the trigger, but I never
was explained and Negro leaders! preme Court's decision that racial thcead is used there in rehabilita- 6 i render. Crandall cut him down did. I am about to s o m e t b i n g
urged an immediate lowering of discrimination is unconstitutional tion centers by women who make A 5i with a shotgun blast when the desperate. I am going to rob a,
the classroom color-line. "is broad enough to take in Mem- artificial flowers. AK Q 10 7 3 suspect reached for the pistol, bank. -'
The state's plan calls for grad 4-.6 J 8 4 2 By his side was the ppaper "I probably won't get a wa
ual desegragation "from the top isoth sides vul. sack into which he had stuf with it. But if I do I will g to
down." Wet North East South $8,105 in currency from the tills Soulh America and start again
Patsb Pass I a of the first state bank of Taos' I tan. If I don't, they will k i
Under the plan, Negro students -'au s3 T Pass Thursday afternoon after hed- m
would be admitted at the grad' pPas Pasb Pass ing nine bank employes and "I would rather die than spe
uate level first. Othme Isid-4 K five customers ipto a vault. 20 years behind' bars a I
Then Negroes would be admit- t I None of the money had be e n never surrender. Some men areI
ted to- senior classes the n e x t spent. born good and some bad. i
year and so on down until they MOVIES *TV RADIO Crandall and another officer:guess I am the black sheep of
were entering college as f ress h- Shed a tear ow. sympathy for spotted the youth trudging alongfamily, Please send my uns o
Nei T-iPctured above is something new In the men. i b E Jh SIuLhi n today nand. a highway in the Sangre de Cris- my dad if I don't make ."
faster ; eid o autodnobile safety belts. Devised by a Mid- State Atty. Gen. S. S.- McC a n-' __oud e rag_ "YOU a d bee1 p-a0ing his hasd at ,, S R C CiNm "
dietown. Conn., manufacturer of aircraft belts, it employes a less asked Jack M. Smith, presi- live diamonds yoLi migni haveE EER
uniqe eUof -securing the wearer's entire torso to the car dent of Memphis tate College, if HOLLYWOOD (NEA)- Holly- more rugged central theme Hed did. Just follow.the play and see
seat. si ot belts are used, both bolted in orthodox fash- "friction" would result if l a r g e wood on TV: Jackie Gleason's new like to go back to being a touch 101 Yoursc. THE
ionwto the ecar frame at points below the seat back, The 'other numbers of Negro students were show this season ,,heon u .i.. i t ogo bk s to xe o "t opened the king of spad ITes
end'itselysecured,withoutmechanical fastening devices by the admitted immediately. mooners," according to trade competition for his comedy-making ant continue wit ant nser spae, ALBOA 615 55 o s. : -
wearer sitting.n the belts' free end. Inset shows "I think friction would be acid" paper advertisements, is "live on telefilm companies from the now South rutfing the second trick. T. BoBlA"
two passengers can each use oe of the belts. ed if we subscribe to the. state's film." Television sure hates to TV-minded major studios. Says he: Soutn le(t ta ace ok trumis o o-OD "APRIL IN PARIS"
a to e e plan," Smith said. admit there is such a thing as film "I don't think the major studios find out how that suit was going -ON8TO_ AL CI ,
and this is the wildest deception can make comedies for TV. They to bicak, ano East aiscaraoed a 'TiE
Smith said students old 'h i m yet. can make dramatic shows and heart. GAMBOA 7:0
they were against immediate de The advertisements refer to a shows with rabbits, dogs, horses Everything pretty normal so far? P LE LAIN"
Id fl c ISd W o king O n V rus segregation and fav ored new ele ctronic camera and it's and mice. I'm happy. I don't have Perhaps you wonder which strange POE WIN
boards gradual desegregation quite a gadget really. It films the any animals around." mistake South is going to make
plan, show for delayed and repeat show- You can stop wondering, for CGATUN 1CgW
L ed t gs. Its a big improvement over Judy Garland's slated for another Souti, has laireauy maue lne fatal THE BEACHOMB
Negro attorney Alexader Looby the TV, kinescope system which Spectacular at CBS in the spring. error. The ace of trumps was. a u
Lin il 10 tof Nashville, then asked Smith. photographs the image from the But this time it will be on film. mistake!. j IA ATH nr*
S. "How much experience have you TV tube. The electronic camera The fine print in his Fox contract After discovering the bad trump MARGARITA :1 8:
o had with desegregated ed uc a- records picture and sound directly prohibited telefilm emoting, but break, South tooK aum Amy s top
WASH GTON tion?" fro the stage as does a movie Tom Ewel talked the studio into clubs, got th his hand with the "The Good Die Young
WASHINGTON, Ot (UP)-virus pnumoa and any of the ButGraci Allen must have writ-I letting hine star in one of Alfred ace of hearts, ruffed a lu ,ed. "cRbE nGRCOIER
Governintt scientists soon willinfections which used to be re-: "None;" Smith replied. te those ads. If It's on film, it Hitheuock's su sedramasy, got to hand with t
annotunme divelpmonte o en newly erred t va X virus .X. i s 'Yet you consider yourself %i sant-=live anymore thwin,.L Love an i .uffed his last club in ump ISTOBAL :1 -
va. be naJseal eperperts. believe The APC virus .appears to fall 'expert on what would happen if Lucy, Robert Cummings. h-an"y rthu iitt njxed hoofing with There -was row no way to get out Ale oD N
will prove effective against one. of into eight basic groups. desegregation took pslace?' Thomas and other top filmed shows her wrbling onNBC's "Show Busi of dummy, Declaer actually led
the' Instay viruses linked with the "Yes," Smih said. .are, I ve. ness\ spectacular She stepped into a heart from dummy, and East TOHE WORLD"
omUmpng cold. .One of the biggest troublemak- .. "A new era in TV production," the dance routines when Shirley stepped up with a high heart in -
The Republic Health'S e Xric e ers lias been labeled APC No. 3. Boyd's ruling said both sides the ads read. MacLaine bowed*off the show be-order to lead a spade through Wed. "New Oriens Uncensored' Wednesday "MAMBO'. ,
said results ofthe first field trials This is the virirs Huebner cultur- agreed the U.S. Supreme Coa t It sure is if 265-pound Jackie! cause of a movie role. South. It didn't matter whether
will be disclosed with in a fe ed killed and incorporated into a, has ruled segregation In public Gleason can remain "live" on thin- South. IN Odi h r wh tor
week. ,t. o'killed virus vaccine. h oo s unconstitutional and as-paper film only 35 mm. wide. There's no hotter business than West was bound to take the set- PARAISO W:15 7:40 LA .OCA :
It declined to give details but In the tests, the reformatory "that it is applicable to public Rather uncomfortable, too, I'd TV color shows, which deandtig trick with the jack of dia- "CAPTAIN FURY" Lw of The h
medical sources said the "killed volunteers were checked to see schools higher euato such say, to be ruled up on a spool three times the light needed for mends.
virus" is expected to give some they had no natural resistance to, as Memphis State." Especially as a honeymooner. ordinary television. The micro- This little tragedy wouldn't take
protection againstt certain upper Type 3 APC virus. The vaccine phe boom operators at NBC's place if South began by SANTA CRUZ 6:15 8:5 ERD
respiratory diseases. was then mjeeted. Thus, Boyd declared state laws Mike Shadow, TV's private eye color studio in Burbank protect dummy's top clubs. Then and only "JINX MONEY" I"I WATA
en if successful, the vaccine calling for segregation are un (sore), no longer seems to be a their noggin from the hot lights then is it time to lead the first .
will not be the long-sought answer It was given time to become ef* constitutional. problem on live shows. But cam- with African-style sun helmets. trump. If trumps break, South can
to the common .cold. fective and the volunteer w a s "The Supreme Court told* us eras still roam around catchingi Move in for a closeup, Ramar! afford to draw a second round,
But its develouinent is a major then exposed to a- dbse of live vi- what must be done dubt not how other cameras, surprised stage -' When they fail to break, South .
Step 1h the bhtt. e o conquer ma- m rus. A small group e unvaecinat- to do it," Byd said. 'hands (I'm always hoping oie wili There's a howl for the kiddies in rcan ko about the job of ruffing_"
.i the cold-like infections that e also were exposed wave and the derrieres of actors a forthcoming chapter of -'The out the clubs and will be able to
iiy if the icni-weKe t infectwions etae n "ng u dhm
rike millions of people annually Thedaci ce'x effectiveness .was hThe plan proposed by the state dlsappearin into the wing, ,Adventumes of Rin Tin Tin." Thegetou o n HAV U SEEN THE OMPLETEL ALL NEW
rikemillons o f people a,, al gauged b. hc% well the %accinat- i- hortainlv reasonable in good 1-' there should be in Emmy~dog star joins an Indian tribal when tne job has been finished.
DThe vc ne wa H ~uebn oe, bouYed mmates resistated disease. as faith and a start toward what Award for the TV cameraman who council in "puffing' a peace pipe The point ik thdt each of dum-
irologist t the JHuernets 3 compared to the unvaccinated. the Supreme Court wants. 'has never seen a stage hand m his, But there was an on-the-set howl mys trumps ha an important ta' 1 9 5 6 F 0 R D
tonal lnstituts of Health ft is a The plan is feasible, and an lens. Ifrom an SPCA representate who'to perform. Two of them must
tieoa nstim ttes of thealt. va fis" a It was emphasized the vaccine adequate solution, he said ad- wondered out loud if dog loversJ rufl clubs, and the other wo must,
typed sm lr to the. vaci n r- 'still is m the experimental stage, drg that it also was necessary) Mark down November as another might complain He fnall.3 agreedfbe used to icach the Sotuh hand.i
oped. by ...onas .. But medical sources said they be- for the public interest. Ti' milestone month. NBCs ached- it was a harmless gag. bSouth cannot afford to h waste oneh TRADE ASK FOR A DEMONSTRATION
pou.hner and associates tested hove that. m time, it can be im- uled to show a full-length movie, Rin Tm Tn. I assume, promised of them on an unnecessary trumpN
B... ... o prov'd. Boyd said he couldn't agree "The Constant Husband," starring not, to inhale! YEAR WHEN ALLOWANCES ARE HIGHEST
the maccint recentlyhe n Chl iuotheReform with attorneys for the five Ne- Rex Harrison, BEFORE it plays lead r h o
story in Ohio. The results will be' A possible next step would he gro students who argued that theaters. The fact that it' a NEW Channel Chatter: Joan Da'is' 78 R
the American Medical Assn. Aiand' develop similar vaccmnes a- an event. lfor showing in England. But there'!operating room. The Medic star
public announcement will try it out on a larger scale He said "it is not advisable to [stdl no wo,'d on whether she will receives an average of five re- COLON PANAMA
Medical experts said the Ohlo and to deoelop similar vaccmes a- order immediate desegPegation Dan (China Smith" T)ur.ea ik -tar in additional stanzas for the quests a month for speechmakmg
tests showed the vaccine could gamst other APC viruses. gradual integration is in the inter looking for a new series with a US .... Ribhard Boone5s turning at medical society. chart. benefits ......
budd anti-bodies, or bodily defens- WRONG STATE .-.- ----..-- -
es. akaintt one of the so called
colleagues discovered in Deaemn first motorist arrested on a speed-
her o9b3. wide crackdown on traffic viola-
It has not been proved t h e t .rs was Rodmond S. Mahaffy, 55,-' .I
docause a numb r of t of Cla.vmont, Del.-a member of
diseass ofnum diagno esp the Delaware's highway safety Wetrex Cf mpany. Caribbean in
colds, 'committee The charge was dis- -""
They also can cause bronchitis cosed upon payment of court cun function with Westrex offices .-"
$,',11-"-, throughout tlhe world, today take ,

FIRE VER AFRICA" pliure in announcing the advent
"CENTRAL" THEATRE NEXT THURSDAY. uni for Radio-Teletpe facsimile
'IURnil for Ratlio-Teletype facsimile:

telephone or (:W telegraph in a sin. .

I gle package. The WESTREX MONA-
TEl. is the iost flexible equipment
available for use in news gathering,
aviation. or point to point coninier-
cial use. Mr. Paul W'. Kavser. Wes-
trex M1anager. is at present in New. .
York attending conference pertain-.
ing to this as well as other new devel-
opments. Upon Mr. Kayser's return,
: demonstrationis will Ie given to in-
Y'-. .terested parties.
Macdonld CareWy portrays a rough-and-tumble mart- ". "' e "pr.. *
nor t the exotic city of Taio!r for Columbia Pictures'
"FIRE OVUR ARICA," new a, enture drama which also .* '-
starsa Maurwe Oiara banounced release next Thursday '
at the CENTAL Theatj e. Filmed In color by Tachnicolor, .
?.%e fim r Aot w Tangier, ni Malaga, 8iIIn.0 Advt
Tasgier -

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Supreme Court rul

For Sgt. Provoo Il ma USnm a
WASHI'IGTON, Oct. 18 (UPi -
Former oArmYhi Sgtfre John David Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln, .:,",,,
when the Supreme Court rule d ,
the government had waited t 0oo 31 F
long to try him for treason. 31st YEAR PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1955 IVECENTS
Thn anoe 3-year-old Salt Lake C i NAV ADDED PUNCHThe world's frs e cruiser, the U Boston, is es
con had beenict-author aryl hessman for ar own on their launching platforms near the stern of the ship.
Se n charges of collabouatin!in
with his Japanese c a p t o r s in
World War ll 1111..

ther Caliornia gas chamber or DENVER. Oct 18 iUPi-De- He said there were several rea- omies but there was no Iustifica- strides In his recovery and [n; C
The high tribunal upheld a low-196 M", .... :.",.-"

er court decision yea n througat the goveral man- nse Secretary Charles E. Wion sons or the poiilty deee ion on the International scene such ood sp IVOVy 70 owe e Ce
ent violated hs contia conference th endnmaybehherraherowarranabascreducon.Wtionallson and Radford ew back

se. he Supreme Court ordered e crtent down the Delaware River by tugs. The 73-oot vessel wll be used primarily as awr.T rfr, sid, currWsi.

Danoth Rlowe and Tri g fal by Or- that launching station for the Navy's new needle-nosed ant-these, he said, Is In- level of military manpower o Meanwhile the Presidents
con ict-author Caring on Chessman eighthesare sown on their aunchng platforms near the stern of the ship.radar for budget and planning pur- Yesterday was the first time he
He haq staved off execution in
tappe aliforna gSupre chamber fort. DENVER. Oct 18 UPaed -De-orHesaid there wereurrent installations severalrea- omiesbutthere wasnor. ustifica-stridesn llowhis recovery and a char
even years through legal man- tense Secretary Charles E. Wilson sns or the pobility defense t- on the international scenthought the such ood spirits.". The Navy expects to request Con-
euof kidnapiner robbery and said followison a conference th end may be higher rather to warrant a basic reduction. Wilson and Radord flew bmbinaackon of a acklear grss for funds for ths shp nxt
Chessman, who wrote "cell 2455,President Esenhower yesterday than lower. Therefore. he said, the current to Wah floor un deck fr aom-drven super ar- drven carrier wth atomc-powehington.
ieath court w'and "Trialoup of, ChbyOr-thatiefs of Slitary spendinferred orthe Oincre of these prhesaid, uctios In- level of wormlitarymanpwer. In hs bed.of Meanwhile, the President'sy 1957 at the lat- ed planes would be a fearsome The other school-and aarent.
deal" while awaiting execution, 1956 fiscal year mave irun a it jete creased work on the sun esto-caled 2850,000 persons s being used condition continued to rogressForrestalal ly the pevalng one at the m-
ewon a neamw hearing on hs eighth higher" than the 34 billion "Dew Lof fighe"- a network of radar for budget and lannng pur- Yesterday was the first time- Offheals sad the Navy argues it would be better
riappeal to the Supreme Court. He dollars allocated for the current installations cross Canada pro- adsesfor next year. has been allowed to sit provide fu nn a chair
wa convicted in 947 of 17 counts year. eclsong this country from air at- Wilson said he thought the outside his room since his heart WSHINGTON Oct 18 Forr(Usta, Runcl somontihs have In 1958-59.n in-he Navy expects to request Con-
of kidnaprrang, robbery and sexual Wilson and Ad. Arthur executive. tack. curinrent stuaton would remain attack ept. 24. He was rolled The Navy hopes to start wok on he combination of a nler-asgress for funds for this shp carinext

ass. -up. including a nu m- agreed substantially with him in He said great efforts were be- ence he was leased -to find the minutes after which he was Ilft- d it, was more likely the re- Navy officials that atomic power This group holds it would be
r of clrym thor and a ing o the armed made to stamp out wasnole und there i s a significant easing out to the eighth floor sun deck ts first atomic-dren super ar- dren carrier wth atomc-power- Jan prudent to spend the etra
i'the mourt granterrble threat group of Chiefs of Staff conferred with Increased production of B-52 of world tensions. In his bed. 000-raft carrier by 197 at the lat- ed planes would be a fearsome o r w which has proven itself n a
0 proment Americans. includk the chief executive in his Ftz- jet bombers and certain types "There would have to be a ra- When his bed was on the sun e at. it was disclosed today y. weapon of retaliation. having a- landh-bae p.'evang one at ttype. m
right toMfile amaref a tacking., the simon. Army Hospital room for of fighter planes as well as pay dical change in world condi- deck, medical corpsmen care- Officials said the Navy m a y most unlimited range and mahdi- meat--argues it would be better
right to file a Orlef attacking the 25 minute increases for members of the tonss" Radford said, and "we fully lifted him from the bed lask Congress to provide f un d sty. to hold off a year and put the
,'III' '-ahitv of the 1950 Mc" Afterward, Wilson told a news armed forces and an Increase don't see that." to a waiting chair. ,and authority for the Forrestal. Recent months have seen in-,reactors in the seventh Forrestal
Carran Subversive Control Law conference the chief executive this ear in steel prices. Wilson told the news confer- He sat n th c ame to could b completed hortly broadmuch quicker than you oward atomic power for carriers

"s s at is brother han ,l s arrr nextO'ennooffcial indu the hre is b roadhins ofr topnlon Euat ooer.
Sgn.up, including a nu u : :m-I : a ato Rusa s workl t ae n h oer se o ou
erof pclergymen, authors ana agreed substantial with him In, He said great efforts were be- ence he was leased "to find the minutes after which he was ft-aid it was more likely the r- Navy officials that atomic power This group holds it would be
e toa t n the planning for the armed i made to stamp ou waste and President making such rapid ed back intothebed and rolledquest would wait until 957. for surface ships s just around more prudent to spend the etrap
scientists, has described It as fEve n If construction of the 60 the N corner. y ',idm i an D rlop n at rea
"the most terrible threat so far forces for the fiscal year begin- extravagance n the Defense De- back to his room, the temporarye000-ton crrier should start latse' Nav Secretary C I a r I o ic ven itse a
pi th laet U Jude Roze ning next July 1 apartment but that there were noaWhite Fouse a nn o red.
devised to freedom In A m e r- He said e it e es i eaccept- plans to cut thi e size of there w rm- m A WiLson and Radford flew lnlnext year, it would be 1960 at Thomas said Sept. 23 that an a-land-based prototype.
Ica." accused sanf rom Washindtonpwithas tonD twr.o Min-mt earemrliest-beforetthe giwnttcraft-tomicocarriereisacomingetv der yaTh e Na tk efr b tpo

Tomson'ts rulofg trat sron mn w th ac ssi te antred f s edo foes t or whe l chi a oa- feredum withono ed omed t any referee to the l ar oarar t p a 77 shps
1953. w accused of seven trea- will have to remain at their cur- aced budget. aton ton. Eisenhower who came to could be completed. shortly .uch quicker ha
son'us acts while a prisoner of rent levelrof about 2,850,000 per- "Ours. tsa policy ofcontinuinge o gai "re l nhias brother and sister-in- thought e g

phenion J n masons. mila mshan itayb wh a h Topae of ao nDal i e ulawm. There has been no official dh There is a difference ofoms
he Japwas denied a fair trial in 1947. catiRussia isworkng a ton Pant w lthon the nteror owers iven the Roman Cath- because he has had no fever for .
But ithe government charged one of The defense secretary sad es- avoiing ofwar he said a 1remr have been cancel- some tme and a loar alu as his The Civil Defense warden theNv i sew O r ens Dx partmI t arSed
these acts resulted in the execu- timates on funds needed to op- He said the present leaders of led temperature remain normal, re- s e cm t tor Diablo will oer e now ihas approve t

C a 34vear-old wio e the hospital Just outside his vicio Brouwtr and intel Rojas desperate effort to maintain at KA Wnl. G Dolan chiefof civl De, announced yesterday at Balboa t
tion of a fellow prisoner, a p t. rate the defense establishment the nat gh, wihn' armed forces of least shadowy Power Inresident heard, "with stiac- fen a w i is t ea" Hel RKELs or
Burton C. Thomson during the defense secretary told r were hwaspeful of achieving econ- ion, a report on extensive fed sa tion that a Soviet when The Southern Scrap Material UPl. The spokesman or
BurtonC.Thomsonduringthenextfiscal, powered plane will make its first One school holds that the first
vary up to a billion dollars of concerete pavements from which Diem is determined efforts to help the ufferin flight in th near future. nd- omatomic power plant should g roup of 11 Soviet building ex-

r ty for kidnaping with bodily a ubstanial r c ni Next Sunday, the 3,000,000 vot- ,U, the motion picture Medical As- United Slates. Venezuela and disclosed last night he wa r most
The U. S. Court of Appeas re- there way when budget estimates Empwere also ent b il-ers of South Da today "fired" flooded areas of New York, Sources close to tack wi be theanama.sixth Forrestal class car pressed by "the high speed
er was ed own as the "red lighto st between now and the end o don Inc C. A. High, Aln Hou d to choo bVietnam Premier olennsylvania and Connecticu. from 9.99 to 125,000. elevators you have here.
animproper cos s-examines the next fiscal year finiteland B. S. inting, Pa inmen n a n ational referentdum. A similar Civil Defense wardeorPpened Sept. 30 n K. Kozuia said the fastest
relating to homosexuality. At the conference, the Pres-1 to forestall next Sunday's publicla heart attack suffered Sept. 24,.plane will not be ready for flightdevelopment wok.
oo was ndicte again MIAMIdent also approved t18e appont-.Hur- service meeting and first ad both the office of the Supply elevator he had ever seen was o
Baltimoe a year ago ut f i eanement of L. en Radolph ae whether the countAt-ry will ustreraduaton for arao w be satisfactorily. Drecor n Balboa Hebuights and the 40-storyrude ntial building ,
late S Juge osze C.s ommandan of the US Mar- The Tropical Paint Coa ad the absentee Eperor or the For the first time n more than a he Pa so the Panama Canal Comany n Chicago. "It was really a fast Quincy
S -e leased Corps. It becomes effective Sgh ere apparent low Prime Minister three wee but still was con- Prcurement ffithelce in New York. rip o he op," he marvelled
supreme court upheld Jan. 1 bidders on o Panama C a n a Diepotentialm is expected to win the re-mid-morning medical bulletin was one of two float- The Russians flew in earlier
Thomson's ruling that Provo Pate now i assistant c proct. or hich were ferendum with no trouble.Seattle where
old not have a fair trial "atoIpened'sterda in the B a I b o n The Emperor announced In President's temperature, Listed or ara i so1 ior $14L 28
this late date"mimandant oa the cops He ill CaHeghts Admini tatlon Buelding. Paris that he has withdrawn the
S high bench expressed no o- herd when the later's tour o bid of $1440 Tropical mission he gave Premier Diem 18 White House press ser r The sale of the veteran ro
he was denied a fair trial in 1947. duty en a e etres at the Paint a low on t h e iteror owners given the Roman Cath- because he has had no fever for ton floating crane US. Aj
But it said the lower co u r t first of the year. painting of stairwells and h a I-olc Premicr have been cancel- some time and as long as his The Civl D defense warden h Southern S p Mat e rea ns n ni e
pald s wnithave hearing andhs aPor- with Wilson and Radford, he Balboa Other contractors who en- temperature remain normal, re- service meeting for Diablopwlllo y$142,877.77 has bfl Oap ns
dered a federal district court In sat up for 40 minutes tered hids in this project w e r e e Vietnamese chief of state ference to It will not be made, be held 9:30 a n.m. tomorrow, at ed by the Panama Canal ars
C saring.ror4 mnutesbu nd.eVf s l b lde 9S"i c Cae t oe redb the Panama Cam l
Caiorni to hold such a hear ey har on the sun de Chain Singh, W. T. Coffey, Ser- was apparently making a last theDiabloerve Center. pany Board of Directors, t.was
Chessman, a year-old wit h the hospital just outside his lcio Brouwer and Daniel Rojas desperate effort to maintain at .te Dolan, chief of Civil D- announced yesterday at Esalboa
h TQ of a geniu, was the first eighth floor room. Chain Singh, with an offer of east shadowy power in the Weakeningense will discuss the meaning Heghs. BERKELEY, California, Oct. 18
personsentenced to death underdThe defense secretary told re-832, was low bidder on she con-oIsouthern Indochina kingdomant betae he n h So thernSc a e-a tl oe pkesare
Calfornia's "L i t tIe Lindbergh"porters he saw nothing in thestruction of concrete pavements.from which Diem Is determined me Public Action Signals are sound- Company bid was the highS group of 11 S oviet building
Law. which permits the d e a t h offing Internationally to warrant and gutters near the Balboa Com-to oust him. But ip t ed On the air raid sirens. Also six entered by companies in s U ied States
r-n.ty for kidnapping with bodily' a substantial reduction in the misary. Next Sunday, the 3,000000o t- the motion picture Medical As-United States. Venezuela o n
harm. size of the armed forces or their; Bids were also entered b%' Gil-'ers of South Vietnam will be ask- pects of Atomic Attack, will beiPanamna Other bids ranged impressed by "the high-speed
He was known as the "red light'cost between now and the end of don, Inc. C. A. High, Allen Houx, ed to choose between the two he neshown. from 999 to $ he h
bandit" of Los Angeles. the next fiscal year. and B. S. Ldli. 'men in a national referendum. A similar Civil Defense warden Bids were opened Sept. 30 in I.K. Kozuilia said the fastest
MIAMI. Oct. 18 (UP'.-Hurri- service meeting and first aid'both the office of the upplyelevator he had ever seen was o
cane Katie reeled across an At- graduation for Paraiso will beDirecor in Balboa Heghts ad the 40-story Prudential building
lantic expanse with waning held at 7:30 p.m. at the Paralsolthe Panama Canal Company in Chicago. It was really a fast
n today but still was conISchool Procurement office in New to the top," he marvelled.
sidered a potential 'threat to The Ajax was one of two float- The Russans flew in earlier
B E L L ARships.ItIong cranes built for the Panama yesterday from Seattle here
IThe Miami weather bureau CZJoin Canal Company by the Deutsche they surveyed the costructon
SHE SACRIFICED ALL TO LEARN HIS SECIREN SNIN said the new, and the once-vl,-FI Masch!nenfabrik A. 0. Dulsbera. boom In the northwest.

nw mobile accidntlan just e r
Smobile cident last night, Cil Na ed she is one of the winners in the HOLLYWOOD, Oct. 18 (UP'-
MAUREEN ANTHONY m star Diana DoNamed. the Brit-national short story contest on- Mrs. Walda Winchell Von Dehn,
O'A I NLsh, Marilyn Monroe. suffered mi- ducted annually by the magazine daughter of newspaper columnist
ANnorcut'on her arms and a leg m Writer's Digest. Walter Winchell, has separated
SEE.A UI whenoa u taki PATH She To Advise Govt. '- ., en h
sArm-d.. anrsuburban Denham Studios Seven prominent Panam from all over the world. Mrs. months. Hyatt obert Von Dehn,
'a 1 A- r m Panam Cit lMarkun.s successful story washer attorney sad today.
ik g.d *** ^T.... *,*,m --- 7 ; ^;collided with a truck. lawyers and statesmen were written around a mother's reac- Attorney Jerry Glesler said
d d I She was treated at hospital name sterday to comprise the tiontohernewbaby It is en Mrs. Von De planned no im-
"doID MERA She was treated at a hosp tal new Ntional Foreig Relationsttitled "A Strong Character '" mediate divorce action but had
ow. dl and ent home. The car was Council to advise the govern- Patrica Markun is co-author retained him "to handle her ma-
....._ ,. .... __demolished. ____________ ment on international Issues. of the children's book "The Pell- trimonlal affairs"
Heading the list were x-Pres- can Tree and Other Panama Ad- Von Dehn Is the former hus-
K IT CARSON By Russ Winterbothom and Ed Kudlaty I Dr Harmodl Ar and ventures." band of singer Ginny immrns.
!. KIT CARSON By Russ Winterbotham and Ed Kudlaty Dr. Ricardo J. Alfaro. Others
members of the new council are-
ex-Foreian Minister and treaty
i Carlos Sucre. Ignacio Molino and
B "" Dr. Carlos Icaza. Dr Carlos A- TODAY SPECIAL
rosemena was named executive c I ATTRACTION!

'- '"' Final Tryouts "
S' For Roles
'l I In 'Rope '
Final tryouts for the next
Theatre Guild prod u ct Ion.
'.e-W t."Rope" will be held tonight at
n eE ,-" "h e"m,- ethe Theatre Guild at 7:30.o The
play by Patrick 'Hamilton, author
m 1;|dal -'-i. es s10-18lr p. sw aw A se..I, n.. of "Gas Light" will be directed
rirsel learned a living es interpreter by Frank Plencner and calls for
, '; .enhemwEwing YouJnggalmin "Wont "I II reo-d to go as oon as Iwarp my skiing mine," Bn mnded m t er aimt shtrp kn is m fth Ewig Youg isd six male and two female roles.
S-t ! to Mr np, Kit?" h asked. ise Kn "'Whrs's yoer gridsteio biis gin of tpplen ion I Ap9ch5 ntf. both youthful and adult. In addl- s i ME ....
d tion there is a need for techrd-
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