The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00899

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PRINCESS ARRIVES FOR PARTY..- Accompaalp4 by Air Min.
later Lord DeL'isle and Dudley, Princess Mamaret arrives at
swank Claridge's Hotel in London to attend an R.A.Y. Cinema
Group Party.


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TOWNSEND BACK IN ,ONDONI Policemen clear a path for
Group Capt. Peter Townsend as, coat over his arm, he returns-
to London following a week end at Allanbay Park where Princess
Margaret was also a guest.

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. UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., Oct.
20 (UP). The United Nations
General Assembly, entangled in
its worst election snarl in his-
tory, today elected Greece and
Brazil to the remaining vacan-
cies on the Economic and Social
Council.
*Hopelessly deadlocked after
nine ballots, the Assembly heed-
eda American advice and sus-
Vended voting for the Security
ouncil late yesterday and pro-
ceded to the elections for the
other two major councUls-econ-
ic and social and trusteeship.
The Philippines, backed by
the United States, held a slim
lead over Yugoslavia, support-
I ed by Russia and Britain act-
ing independently, but was
nine votes short of the requir-
ed two-thirds majority.
A similar snarl developed as
the Assembly passed to the vot-
Ing for the 18-nation Economic
and oclal Council.
Ater ive vtes last night the
Co had'succeeded In poQllng
the required majority for only
four of the six vacancies which
will sccur Jan. 1. These places
were taken by the United States,
Canada, Indonesia and Yugosia-


Donald James Boyko

Navy Man,


RP Girl Die


In Smashup

A young Navy enlisted man
and a Panamanian girl were
killed last night when their pas-
senger car collided with a trail-
er-truck on the Trana-Istmlnian
Highway, a few hundred yards
from the intersection of the
highway with Tocumen Airport
Road.
The dead were identified by


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Suggestion Russia i



Should Fight Japs |

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NEW YORK, Oct. 20 -- (UP) Gen. Douglas Mac- .
Arthur said today that he never supported any "territorial
concessions" to Russia during World War II and "to hold
contrary is to prevaricate the truth."
MacArthur said his discussion of Russian entry in the K
Pacific war after the Yalta conference was based on 1the
decisions of that conference, "bending upon me as up" ,:
any other theater commander," and was not a reflection '
of his own conviction.
MacArthur's statement was made In response to De.
fense Department documents bearing on a long-standing
political dispute about the basis of the Yala agreement
It was issued by his aide, Maj. Gen. Courtney Whitir -
(ret.). .
MacArthur said there was "not advised of the Yalta deal foar '
the slightest hint of documenta- Russian entry.
tion over my signature" that he An Army representate
had advocated Russia's entry in- in his effloial reperft 1S
tog the Pacific war between an i .Amha*.
nrInaTraannuiendatid n a mee .nawak


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LONDON, ct. 20 -(UP) -
Prime Mtldster Sir Anthony E-
den called his attorney general
right out of the courtroom to-
4ay with a hasty summons to
advise the cabinet-possible on
a break in the reported romance
of Princess Margaret and RAF
Group CapL. Pefr Townsend.
Political observers noted t h at
there had been J mple time pre-
viously to sU0 n )n the attorney
general if the cabinet needed his
advice on the Xiown problems
facing it-notablythe forthcoming
autumn budget btl that is expect-
ed to increase British taxes.
But the obvio uly unexpected
call to Manningham-Buller while
in mid-argument beforee Britain's
Lord Chief Justice was taken as a
possible pointer to some decision
the Margret-Townsend case.
Belief .hagrown in the past
two days t Iffaret stil was
untclded e w~ted
to marry te dv ew r ended
in tW fac of from
Crown. wiL : ,
The c Umatancei of attor-
ney general's hasty callto th e
cabinet meeting posed the posi-
blity that she may have mde up
her mind.
The i eyelprd w t
deeply r o aud y aware
of er digatlsu as a member
of the Royal family. She would
weigh deeply ett6lbn in
the matter which apmntly has
split the Crown, Charch and
country.
argat dined ast night with
the h .eads,. the Church of Eng-
land, none fg whom could con-
: one her marriage to the 41-year
old divorced group captain.

Mrs. Miadu, 4,

S Dies In Colon;

Funeral Today
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ih. dinner at Lambert Palacebut you didn't me." Q u a a n divorce Queen -terine and
marked the first recent meeting Elizabeth and oilers within ear- ill-fated Anne Boleyn.
betweq Marsgaret and her.Sster, she. laughed. Forty Anglican bishops plus the
Queen fBUiabeth, and the Arch-... achbishop of Wales and the
bishop of Canterbury, primate of The mirth may have been a primus of the church in Scotland
the Ourch of Engla clue to what was said when were present
The Queen, the Duke of Edin- Margaret ad Op other men. -
burgh, who is reported opposed to bers of the Royal Family went ', -
the romance, Margaret and Queen, into a small room to converge r ifm l gfl n illflf c
Mother Elizabtth went to the in private with even of the bUyimImssio Is RWes
home of Dr. Geoffrey Fisher, the eight senior bishops of the state
Archbishop, to attend redecidation church. Ameri n C nsIul'
ceremonies for a bombed o u t Or It may have been another A ei can o 1/Jul
chapel and dinner, example of the fion-hard self I| S I
It was the first day in a week control that Royalty must learn H= o In lln fl
that the pncess did mot meet almost from 4 birth.
with Townsend. Towsend went
horseback riding during the day The talks were kept secret A bolt of lightning struck the
and dined with fri en ds last Margaret ft- to Bulford, 86 roof of the American Consul's
night. He went horsebak riding miles away, ysteaday to present house In Colon early this morn-
alone again today. new colors to a battalion of high- ing blasting off the chimney,
land troops on Salisbury Plain. and causing extensive damage to
According to reports, Mapgaret In her speech she emphasized the roof.
and the Archbishop conversed pri- (A votion to duty.
lately for 15 minutes. They e- "At no time, I am sure h a s There were no personal in-
merged from the meeting without there been a greater need for res- juries to the family despite the
showing any signs of the strain olute and unwavering service," fact that a piece of concrete
that might accompany a confron- said the gray-coated princess to weighing'about four pounds fell
station between the head of the the men in a drill shed that- ech- in the bed of three-year-old
church and a princess about to oed to the drumming or rain on John.
di y its rules, the roof.
SSout said the Archbishop It was a remark not being o- The Consul, Philip F. Dur said
toasted the health of his .Royal ver-looked by romanticc minded today that the child's room,
ieat and beamed each in turn. Britons who applied it to her per- which is directly under the
But when his eyes turned to Mar. sonal pedicament. chimney was the only one af-
earet, someone was standing in Lambeth Pala was a fitting fected by the 11 htnng bolt. It
the wry. The Ardhbiahop had to place, historically, for any reli- knocked a hole through the roof
bob his hea d bdend nearly off gious or royal showdown. For it of three other buildings next to
balance to see her. was herp that friar Leto was or's house 621, a two-story
Later, the sources said, Marga- jailed more than 400 years a go Dufrs houI e D e1e a ra-o.
ret laughed and told the Arch- for sermonizing against divorce to e blast, which occurred at
bishop: "You proposed my health Henry VIII who had decided to about 2:15 t chi mnIrnn awaken-d


Swedish Researcher Edges Americans


For 1955 Nobel Prize For Medicine


STOCKHOLD, Oct. 20 (UP). -
A Swedish research scientist won
the 1955 Nobel Prize for medi-
cine today over five famed
American candidates.
Prof. Ael Hugo Theorell won
the coveted plague and the cash
prize of 190,214 Swedish crowns
($6,720) for his 20-year-old re-
search Into the secrets of enzy-
mes. the complex organic bits
that cause chemical tranforma-
opW material In plants and
'W other 196 Nobel prms

aen ft a' M'w award


This is one of the most im-
ortant enzymes In the human
He also proved that enzymes
are the complex chemicals which
help living matter convert food
into energy and new tissue. They
consist of two parts, which may
be separated from each other
and put together again.
Theorell proved that when an
uyme Is split ts effects will
cease but that It will regain Its
effects when pt togetheragain.
Due to MAis discovery reearxch-
ers could study whole; p of
enzymes in deta t w then
found that the active agent
among the enmges In L vitamin
and th s tU made p has to

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ajyvry s ha~t^^y~12"o


ed all the members of the family
except seven-year-old tan, who
slept on despite the tumult. Dur
has six children.
He said today that it felt "ex-
actly like an earthquake," and
he summoned the Fire Depart-
ment immediately afterwards.
Although the smell of smoke
gave residents the Impression
that the roof was on fire, the
firemen after a careful check re-
ported there were no fires.


Dur's mother, Mrs. Sara Hunt,
69, also occupied the room di-
rectly under the chimney with
grandson John.
The Consul, who said he be-
lieves lightning never strikes
twice I the same place, added
that they were "hoping this was
our dos."-


l ofat O to .the
Ei d enRd O cN oiilc
added a tew flip to the political
plctre In the Assembly's elec-
Observers regarded thee man-
euver to force prior eleatemou
te the Economio and Social
Council as a move to weaken
Yugoslavia's change for the Se-
eurity Counlcil.
It is against Cestom for a non-
permanent member of the U.N."s
top council to sit in two councils
at the same time.
But, as British and Russian
support for Marshal Tito's can-
didacy showed little sign of
weakening, there had been a
growing belief that Greece might
subsequently be introduced Into
the Security Council race as a
new compromise candidate.

Cops Seek Red Link

With Cyanide Death

Of Mystery Bellhop


District Attorney Antonio de
Leon and the Secret Police today
were seeking the possible Com-
munist connection of Eliseo Zela
ya Castillo, who was found dead
i a squalid room on Third of
November Street here Monday.
American Intelligence agencleF
are reported by unofficial Pan-,
amre City sources to be as inter-
ested as Panama officials in do-
cuments found among the per.
sonal effects of the former In.
ternatlonal Hotel bellhop.
The nude, blanket- covered
body of Zelaya Castillo, whose
death was attributed to cyanide
poisoning, was found Monday
lying on a cot In his room. The
coroner's report said he had been
dead since Friday.
The dead man has been linked
with Augusta Malave Villalba, &
Costa Rican, who was deported
recently by the Panama govern-
ment.


Informed Panama sources said
Mglav Villalba is listed by the
United States as a subversive
Communist.
The dead man had made sev-
eral trips to Costa Rica and as
a Costa Rican cedula in. addi-
tion to a Panamanian Identi-
fication booklet and Honduran
Papers. ____


Pardon My Interrupting, But...
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WOD et. HW (UP) A Bitish housewife t
ar yi M t scream for help whileho
lst *o i ,~Va vast let where she wtas
bedsm dhe "'la't want to latemr$ their ememr-
hemMwMe tesl*led she was pamed -t Oe a pb b
pad a meyvie a lsaisa AsthelML
i -aaka
M.. M at ,o -"w *. %pvji,
"l'il- it .* -- "e .--" "


Wrluualy ur auu ns i
9ant Towa HospitaL Th
er. Billy s Maloney,
American sailor attach
small craft outfit PC-486
co Solo was examined b
leased.
The private car in whi
foursome were riding at
9:22 p.m. was headed for
it swerved to avoid a truck
ing-out of a side road. ace
to-reDorts from the Panan
tional Guard. It crashed
trailer of a cement-laden
which was coming toward
ama City. The impact
the car completely arou
was demolished.
Neither of the truck d
Luis A. 4errano and Pe
Escuero *tre injured.


Leticia Elida onsal


"*0' nave opposes as -"muum I m irM. We Mad tkf
the "secret agreement bear- e 1ent1ala.9 "p
Btfl.In lng upon Russia entry" if any- As late as June 18, 1" 'u
he oth- one had consulted him about months after Yalta-- -
Jr an them before the Yalta confer- said in a message to Gen.
eC to ense. C. Marshall, Army chief of saf'
1,, re- The Defense Department last that "the hazard and loss (of -
"t re- night made public long-secret U. S. invasion of Japan) wil beg
h, the official records showing that greatly lessened" if it was re.
about MacArthur repeatedly ur ged ceded by a Russia attack from
olon. steps to bring Russia into the Siberia.
or n. war against Japan. At the time of the June mep-
k com- Publication of the documents sage, U. 8. military leaders'ha4
ording furnished neW ammunition for come to the belief Amrrloam
it Na- both sides in the controversy forces could batter Japa tant*
tin ct which has sprung up around a submission alone, and that Rus-
truckstatement MacArthur made at sian participation, while deltr-
tarned the time the Yalta papers were able to cut casualties, was "-o
nd. It released lasL March. absolutely necessary. -
heMacArthunr said then that ithMacArthur apparently shared
he had been consulted at the this view. In a message to
rivers, time of the Yalta conference shall on April 12, 1946oau5
dro J. in February 1945, he would his views on operationlM3 .aIA
Save opposed Russian entry MacArthur defended the t
Into the war "at that late ability of a direct U. L lay J
Sedate of the Japanese home islajAuN
SMacArthur's statement was Kyusu, and made no meUot
\contradicted by an Army his- a Russian attack in ManchurtI
torlan, Louis Morton, who said The documents show
MacArthur had "stated empha- Arthur's first meathaRt
tically at the time of Yalta" that sian help againsityJapt Bw
a Russian attack in Manchuria a message to Marshall on
should precede an American in- 10, 1941-three days after Wg
evasion of Japan. Harbor. t
The 107-page historical record MacArthur said entry of
released last night bore out Mac- sla into the war was J
Arthur's contention that Wash- "greatest fear" and that a
ington officials preparing for the favorable opportunity now a
Yalta conference did not consult ists" for a Russian attack a
him then about his views at that Japan from the north.
time on bringing Russia into the The record released last lhni
far east war. contained no further reference;
It also showed, however, that this subject In MacArthurlsg .
MacArthur discussed the matter ficial dispatches to the i5
with War Department planning apartment from that thmel
officers who visited him in the after the Yalta confevenal .
SPacific en Feb. 13. 1945. Apart from MacArthuel -
SThis was three days after the the 40,000-word Defense
Yalta talks ended but presuma-ment document d eontaledonV
les bly before MacArthur had been (Continued on page 6, W'


Flood-Weary Connecticut Crowds


HARTFORD, Conn Oct. 20 -
(UP) Shouts of a flood tiled
public and demanding placards
Mreeted Gov. Abraham A. Ribi-
colf today am he continued h i s
tour of twice-devastated Connecti-
cut communities.


In sharp contrast to cheers that
met him asb he inspected the Aug.
9 flood areas, Ribicoff stepped
off an Army helicopter to the an-
gry demands of nearly 300 citi-
se late today.
"Down with the river!" and
"Dredge rivers now!" were writ-
tt t posters carried by the
looed-weary citizens.
mmnecticut was hardest hit in
Mt latest floods, which affected
States and prompted Presi-
S isenhower to promise to
hk Mto a federal flood insurance
i dUemnd for such a pr o-
eam from every cerI. of
for rW -t aMw
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with Civil, Defense Administrator normal operations of bus
Val Peterson and then went to; Peterson told Sheasby
Sheasby's office, coff that on c e the i
The Ansonia mayor said his peo- needs are determined "1
pie couldn't take another f I o o d tact Washingtou and h
and demanded federal or state ac- my engineering teem
tion to prevent further flooding, to make a fatr auv
He said he would "go to t h e Leslie Jokem
White House if necessary." badly damaged
Peterson, addressing a group of touring Co., sut "'
townspeople and officials in cIt and e won't. iL
hall, said "some of you will have a chance d -j
to give thought to moving away nexb 4
frour streams. Tank goodness we "M ld
don't have these floods only ev- ar able?" .
ery 300 years or so." Merehe*
To this, Sheasby replied, "An- "We apule" a
sonia has them e v e r y two fd uiS
months." ttf .
A6 Angeala resident who did a&te Me
give hs name said, "We have i l f
never the spendi
some f it or oar ow ee."
Ansoila, ens gf .w et-iqo
cities in the Aug. 5 Iuf
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r.o...I ev .... W as ngW .SWHINGTON When some- asinet e glass-and-steel des.
SO t UM -T ADRSOWN C UMN Washinton, proper Invited. Th adver
SeWASHtrGTON (NEA) -- Etver oe party or press ng agency then arranged for Con
since Attorney General Herbert ferenceyou usually haveto rsman 'Fogarty to send
Brownell rushed back from Spain Wofrright a fo garotyvb eiedu
ilth after Ike's heart attack he has aSoen tIkee ag rke r ithe tedgarsth
'A I L S ofametie .enepoin f hebo rais Llo ydI tne acpe, orgty S up
-0 town.n oWrg the busiest *.'Wiht, the noted architect, made Incidentally, Wrig:ht was netsa
k. l o He quic k put tWe kibosh on talk h a dl ine catching wisecracks the airport and sh hend t he
M i -e ena forum t readers of The Poanem A emS of deeating some presidential about the new Air Force academy hearn I by A Ka en emplye,
I se g= aly end are handled In wholly wNfidential powers to Vice President Nixon. In ao alert, astute Robert Deny, who
conference with Rublican Nation y, congress started an vesti- also arranged for other tnesses
eel c o.me leu ca don't be Impatient if a don't eopr t al Chairman Len all anAhd r' .The public did not then and wrote svral lttrs to n
iss ere of b there oe eder received. dental assistant Sherman a t and st ll didsnot then know, fntial groups liar up op.
Sm lb..e l'ea tten limleed tS one page length. he suiested the policy of all G 1 P n d does not know, thae oston to the glass-a -teel ar
kt i iis les is he oldIanstriorest. es e preside tBlal hopefuls k I pIng ind this criticism was the brick chitecture.
p sbl 111Wetamoer in l e ahenld ilre sttmn oI opin l nem I mum, h andi stone lobby which didn't like Result of the hearing was hold
tphto b ld-o fane t oder He was also in on the "ca e use of so much Air Force in up of funds for the new acad-
w- Oe on as usual" decision of the "P .- PC ademy glass. The lobby had. e until the Air Force agreed to
PATY N onalnCo Dringthe tense weeks since l a cOtrin wi a
~ Ml I S d tIke's, attack he has kept in close .er, u a t gl ok, ho in turni tri wi c
Of course they can afford it but still its a nice gesture on touch with. Sherman Adams as- hiredA i te W lto.ub- Wobbly Mr. Mitchell
part an real friendly two an touching. An its a step in the tathouith reSte n A af- -. Hc rel i tf enry J. auf
direct of brotherly love an affection an mutual under- tnt pre should be brought on which at- maates Secret of Labor e M t
an. team. An no one can deny that all them there tern should be brought to invalescence. Whi an orgapied the E- el rt o e h
are real good for the organization an moral. Yessiree for He spoke wit eer try of Ste senhowpaig train in 19t52h e od ell, who last week co h
AD f sellers to invite the entire Company-Govint organ- Dulles about several legal angles and srv execute director done a good job rnig th
o a the nvitation an said I could go. Thate M at Geneva. He has had mte hi now beme one of wobbled over the ma in
Red. s fiesta is on Saturday October 29 which is my daily, ek telephone conversa- the rast tal as ton in- goimum ma ne
day an I pointed that out to Red an all he said was tons all other members of flu hired starb also. as be he wae s for ging mid
.alyway an to take the wife an kids which'im..gonna do. the Cabinet. hire mum wase pro dl nso no-
h its about the only way Ill get any of the money back On top of all at Brownell's mote B s with Congress. collar wa ero- uti th whit
t been ayin the MA O operators which have taken up switchboard at the office and In the bals Coorith o needs this most. toee was
neat residence down here. phone at home have been swamp- tWhk m he. against st. e n Itwep
'Aesbeet not;iprdIed,-ecrited Iresnure he wase d p ng ic t he
tale me that its a sorts welcome home reception for Mr. ed with calls from key GOP ol Pr lteand hrall
A. Newman of th Washingon GAO that s, not one of ticians all over trying to find out re rid a
breed who is krrivin that day and the GAO figgers that what's onl.on during Ike's l h a- P o powerful frlAnd the l enates or here's the o
be a s oodday to sortshave a big party is his honor. ne'ss an al advice on what the brick e-Indisna's GOP e. t th-
Of ourse they are doing it in arel b"up fashIon like the moves to make. Sen. Rom Cao-ee rt. Meanwhile, zi
in Mexico with human sa fices drinkn an whoopol These activities demonstrate the hthe naufman firm, hired by the nm emw w6d
There having it out at the ball diamond an the sacr111(4een two vital roles Brownell has on Alliede M a ry oesl, e'tuallyt tno
be the oys te omprollers rew who a in Ike's team and the part e will set a Hose investigation ersae department tor va
e tinated Into what they can expect to get a helluva lot play in helping to run the govern- at Wohse the bri ck d cement tstt at gn rer cbain
olmre of. m et durin Ikee convalescence boys e ade ilin9 g brsiss at the fiy ntode, n. gre hiear
. They tell me the GAO fellers is jist howlin with glee over As chief e al officer for the ad- Aca demn as Mer in. ,h iechains, inter-sta d tel themsr
they are go-na do to the Comptrollers boys who they got ministration e has been a key They two me e T le y laln leteste ot systems,
l oked up cages an are bein fattened up for the cere- consultant on every one of its wan d te construction plum d oan companies," Mitchel told
sto books tell us the old Az used to lay there major programs and decision for emsel con d.e Senate Labor Committee last
ever a rock an cut there hearts out an at them o. That includes lega l angles on for- I feared# m 'st ostme and arch- April. he
Idgt thnk Chief Griffiths will let them 1o that far an re dy el~n affairs whi ta k,0s up a sur- sector pa e l-setter and lead thei is the ad mini nations o-
even be conservative enough to keep them from jit cutting out prsing amount of his time. nation oa glas-nd-stel con- sa," Mitchell continued.
el e g th As former campaign manager struct. entire statement s the adminis
Ditt you never a tellwha pcan -hapenwhe -abunch offorTomDwe ant origi nalomain- mhtratio pro a."
m go t t her omwith baseball bats in there hands a o her of ke's cam lp pteamr and Beklayere Friendb to ton'e s r om m i the
7 godapyp bott er a naoundt anhe a hostile criowd.of i thewrmalstermind of the dee ote the ab Deprefmmend -th
t b od yi orn an er I r forces aet the convention The brick nterestso' chief friend expanded coverage t then" queried
bo0 an he e anS nor er o nd Brownell is also the key politic a, on the House Appropriations tCom. ois' Sen. Padb ougls
N- oee, i tsahbshowS I aint gonna m nanI w aot t cadnt my kids to t and consultant of the ad By BOB RUARK itesee was Congressman John "That is ht,"repd e l


o e It a s l ctrUoe atago hh mo ay issdanre tent on khen t o Neo tv' eat eode Island DeLlocrat, Then the esin-store lobu esh got
E i It two to hAve somethin to remember when an Iffeb they mc.ha pt p we wose Fore o Inadoem s busy. o on My 1n Mitchell sot
p. n I t them past saturday the 9 they have ow coiseOaticalnoe ain t r wash poe otre e tcof the Rhode Cosand the Labor Depart enta top law-



'0 ch or but I b CSoela ve In livin It up le s d s P odangerously.r was wl wient l the n D r w thed chice*
Sw t could be moe d ng u fl o iu rent. wrofthey OPpresidential candidate, I see that the man who saved populated by nieces. I would have rabbit." tBricklayers Union. It was not diffi. yer, Stuart Rothn back to









what col e drowmor ddangerouos lea l and ovexprope nd other pdeope e eppro aover qarreber ane cotast nnnlH^ ^^^ SS.e
JIK-ogo tothato fiesta e nwherueMr. N ewmanI sgonane. th with Ike apparently out of the Argentina from itself and who re-thought u more vangurdish bit "o0h, I love wabbits, Daddy. cult for the Henry J. Kaufman testify again beor he Senate
i k o t t 5 e ann a|on w race, remains to be see. Brown- te private in out of a bit and tr d her as my old aunt, Tan I have di one?" firm to persuadeForty to have V hmintle .nd t *
lot o ottlwit ther ot ,0 ploystin aroudoto a'sbl o.r thcould be vital to d player, out to have as uch remarkably we preserved, you Why, seguroque si, uapa, and anti-ass witnesses testify at the
oc ol is cla y on his emotional shoos as the know. e then we canw go to the sandbox and House hearing. Labor Department had re om









Tha is enal g ndenat re and o ew som cic oll, beuy. I wosd life memding laetor
there nonwork day. is true beeauser whatever worst Of i n. I think the popular British ress play wi all those old green and Tgh a ingees t e




mi B Su the e routa io of aeder ne ab o W ewnd anort e iva and o she old eend out h advertaistie
tey- adeye Sam al rlw & gives t a can- death him a 0ow blow, though, on red and white marbles you found witness was Mr. Architect him- minimum wage coverage im w
Sifewbe determined a after he I cannot say I admire theide e e letters to his Nelly. When in Aunt Evies safe deposit box. -year-od Frank L y d ditely. Mitchell hd merely ked
has gotten Brownel 's views on the of awrelatively oldlgoat fancying o he got through a, ionga served full AuntoEvie don't need 'ea any Wright, who denouncedethe pro- tan ,ongres ist te p





hiiSL ta 1e Bicts fom te bawsl in ole seminyfs u of minor or ano i y treasures" and darlingest more.r posed Air Force Academy 1an cmolan sta th
E NCES= By-C..b t Du"ngthe course of: normal taking to mistressa d e of otuns baby girl"' then sig-n "architectural monstrosity." Wha it your colnton t

S- -rne ore ll ane f or4he's n el y ou a yPoor old Cuddles. I feel as wasn't mentionqdr at the hein Department of Labor and the ad-
..al s l he s tforhi as I felt for Bnt Mu. vous Whi t.t Wrign t own arcng ministration have never reo




wh h ao, ay de be oased codealy tt snde waB ton h11 s"M 2h.ey r et Ralay HespDdl enar hiace. ... Raw I
Se wit o thepi o or em s mne hd lete E
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OWNhas iat most et e hal Ihohe Latin a re Pee olthinf thddes has got
rithe thre ot ea eld te e t dor so an et inorysop old oen e atgfor, the Anir? i. r t
-' i. xer 1. I6 Hen sU v1vi over dsb la mesa ndy A hridea a lne a pproximating s oer's quarreld b etw er ontrat. i
political to Ike was r ron-jawed ron shpp for m m like that "Cuddles Ev Braun must have een ar akKn~ewing this background the l a
so rloes his. tor-scooterstoplea






i" ''son fbl te brest ctIb t h o h ldy nfficentthing to see, with the rug Kaufman firm contacted right T an io at
SBrow e eatis a smooth, confident love, breaks me up. i 't much of a mental trail- in first and the make-up rug- d p ersuaded him to Iti
ormanes 'asd' loW AT TE VcollR Eunder fir e n & and s am eker-over, but I would ie mend ing later. foa eon
crisis. Ike likne these qUalities in The tragedy of an entire country to he a tape of the conversation L One thing is certain, though, -
I YEet WHEat AHthe menareound him. 11 fae, t one t o raek because of a diy be een Senorita Rivas and Cud- Peron doesn't have to worry about
c ally o s iothls illy is another matter, an is d es Peron when ey were tryinging an object of scorn over his
pro he ies o eat .e ack-app dismiss that aspect of ita d deal and -jewels, preparatory to a ride have a few hundred pilion cares
h I stird = egal al ste with old Daddy Browning Peron, on then motor-scooter. An Ar I ntian ftulI atrd in the bettraSwiss and
Srownell n tive, h eoth h a llue t kndrgarten, Baby Snooks could have mde a CanTian banks and he's ot hs
hich is lue ial et arei rd a l e s ar i hi it e at e arm. e canB
br. e C t rw in a l a "Let lay wdress-up, Daddr. al emfort himself t hat JimmyT






vit his faol. He is dom drinks. b sealing, theg.gor m mer y nde Iole ooi e ou at btg e efte lea Ita tC wngrss
and the Browne11 c do a minimum and expropr i lnsg other pale's kiss." Rooseven tLotGefterdsr Iti at lfews,
of entertaining and party-Ohlnnewspapers. h "All right.mSnooks-- mean N olm. bared.
isheR I- asr inning butheha I must say, though, lnoduin t dun a. Theionlything Cuddles ha s got
tke abptle no 31 a= 19om.. SanrdiTha aas anine sl a bit, "What datem Daddumsd.B dt gway ot.worry about is who Ies
exercises. bHe's nod aventscos but llte illi Arbuckle ae eI Hnally, rtwchinchilla-I mean that's he's de d and gone, because at Is,
is generally good-natured and sel. wood,J whe the entir town was .ehd it c hh I 1 a, Nelly. A kind t of Nelid figures to outlast himi.s
dom loses his temper..fu oa .
One of the biggest jobs he faced Wch e e
e.,tmJusticte vas to restore order in the a
Mdepa~rtment and to attract some a
LP NR hredlg-calber attorneys. Under the R hi ri ll er
'previous administration the Jus-
ice Depagout nhadX.u Iff re d
from wes administrative policies 0-
and the reputation of federal at- MAN ABOUT TOWN I windows apin...For the first time Composer)- and she sulked an out.
He now age a waiting lst O' tion (ace 'e d eeto Broadwayokels an enTVre issue (House Beautiful) Large Clnch. (Goood G.rrrrl').,.
apphicatios _from tr.law school in HQlvywO d)Is an actress (dv n is devoted to ine man, Frank Byardn Sanders of "The Desk S0th
graduates who want abs. An d te Italian imprt) named R r Lodd W h ricas Wnost s.- (a comedy due on the 24th) is
service, at J.usce has address: uset Aptw, Mov- mouo architect. On the stands Oct. eo-strring with Southampton's


-Vn "lIL UM5l 1 The 1st Tally on our postcard Gleason show blew her stack and Lucy: (33.3). .. Parade: (51.0) and u pre dutictio.
poll ufo Pro e nt la 'M...Please left the host's blood all over the Towh: (41.1). Hope:
chAdres:winch- palo 3.e). .3etfe: ( 0)...
PANAMA AUERICAN Honored At Council send you-.. __ W .. ..l sd..h er.Ti .gr
R Iltion, NY...Tls is the frt mall -
iin3Only 5 days) and we have ever(r). .. I e -
Sin n US 5 da) d we hae over Barbara Kelly sold her Tiger (.3)... .C
6.000 postcards to sift yet...rl. Lily. She'll unveil a swankier spot neyland" is sted bett
msesve e Canal Ztone day's (one laT g) had Steak Row...Lois Sif Vla in'tlve
at over 1 T Vote lady of youngeAMs -
err cepteder9.4 per eant...tevenweo: ea To Beach's Stone Crab Jo*s) Ila "HaMul of lt t '
SA A F'reemuy, SW tM dJ'i -cent...McCarty: 4 ct. A sll in love with hi wCrab e
-- tion, of the United tAte & Knowlan; I per eitarmr: wSerace, whom he utaotted) q
Se sAmerica, at its blennal on per cent..ar per prin...hoprama (Miami) all (
S held in Washington, D.C., dur- ..Kefauver: 1. per OWe. wal open with 34 hours "contieu- d )au.. .
S a the w otf t 1. usatert-alment" the th...Wao A.
oe elec toe d tthe .ActressP 9 a 3 tth p
I 1 8 usa a ded or t ea n of EnAight Groom md LJ afe ta "s as Ites t, i peor Be wth e. r W "
Cmmanader of the Courtof Rulear is a sale at $S .0...For, we '" '
= ftoer w ere O erN d J F oX N a sh (-Wg nra o who u s eh 0gIN 1 7 5 5
Thomas L a llers, Charles marry weald "haveW meAt wsS...Soeiety's rs 75
ersll, iam" Rabb ths r Wb*w bac *ks)...Th. liy. (b FerdMn't break one of her b ape afr
NE !. eted Jetve the utscrolloack-aek-*sk a
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Teenage Chicago Hoodlums


Responsible For Trip
CHICAGO, Oct. 20 (UP) -Sher- have gone wrong to frighten'the
iff Joseph Lohman reported today youthful gangster s and they fill-
authoritie have "narrowed down" ed all three to make sure t h y
S their investigation of the murder would not give evidence."
of three young boys who were Although a roundup of known
strangled and their nude bodies sex deviates continued, the main
humped-in a forest preserve. Investigation swung toward a
He declined to elaborate but in- check of teenage gangs.
dicated there was hope for a The boys left their modest
quick solution. .northwest side homes Sunday af t
ernbon for a trip downtown to see
Lhman spakeals sauthoitles a movie. For the Schuessler boys
ConeIXOSrated on/a theory that a it was the- first time they had
gang of teenage toughs was re-- been allowed to go to town alone.
Sponsible for one of the most rThe last time they were seen
/5 shoi4g crimes i-the city's alive was Sunday evening when
history. they stopped at several bowling
'.The beaten and mutilated bodies
of John Schuessler, 1V, his broth-
er, Anton, 11, 'and Robert Peter-
son, 13, were found in a ditch in
the forest preserve Tuesday.
Lohman emerged from a strat-
egy conference with other inves-
I tigators to report that "we have
now developed special lines of in-
Vestigation." "
Asked what this nmen Lohman
replied that '"all wp can say is
that we now narrowed it d o w n
from a wider basis to a narrow-
er basis .. ..
Newsmen gained the impression
he referred to a geographical
narrowing' of the case.
Appearing to strengthen the.-
teenage gang theory was an ear-
lier report of motorist E. J. Ma-
lone _at he, aw two "hot rod
type cars parked a few feet
from, the ditch where the bodies
of the boys were found stacked
like cordwood.
Malone said he saw thee cars
parked on; grass near the ditch a
few hours before the bodies were
found. Although police sought to
trace the cars, Lohman said no
tire marks could be found.
Both city ad' county police
conducted a massive search for
clues while the grief-stricken par-
ents of the boys attended an in-
quest. ,
The Schuessler bpys had been
strangled by .hand and Peterson
apparently with a tie or sash. VISITORS TO THE U.N. Formi
All had-been taped with adhe- rives with his wife, Bess, and dau
sive over theli mouths and eyes Nations in New York. They were
and beaten about the head. Dag Hammaiskjold In hi
Peterson was bashed badly, in-
dicating he had put up a struggle.
Authorities first believed a sex
maniac was responsible, but the
was doubted a singer attacker Don 't b U
could have accomplished t he
three murders.
Lohman said "something may
a4E- Until you've se

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overhauling at the Portsmouth
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Ale
alleys on
their way
George
man at o
inquest
neighbor
Coroner
as he rec
24.
"We do
turn out
like the P
Aides of
lived the
gang and
"to mak
crime."


Thought Requiem Mass,. ToB
/Held On Salurda.

Murder for S. S. Nedrkk
A requiem mass will be.cele-
the northwest aide on brated at St. Peter's chuiV6. La
home. Boca, at 7 o'clock Satu'day
Dillon, a maintenance morning for the late Sppurgeon
ne of the alleys, told the S. Nedrick, who worked' for
t h a t the surrounding many years at Balboa Commis-
ood was "tough." sary. The priest in charge,'Rev.
Wlter Mct'arron said John Spear. will officlat.
essed the inquest to Oct. Nedrick. 60, % ed at Goigas
hospital last '. .day morning.
n't, know, but it might The funeral service' was on-
ta be a teen-age gang ducted Monday in the chapel of
Pachucos." Gorgas morgue by Father Spear.
McCarrun said they be- The body was afterwards cre-
e boys were slain by a mated in accordance with the
their bodies disrobed request of the deceased, and the
:e it i k e a sex ashes will be forwarded to Ja-
maica, his homeland. .
Survivors are the widow, Mrs.
SDaisy Nedrick; sons, Ashton and
'George; daughter, Mrs. Linda
Haywoqd; sisters, Mrs. Maud
Scott, of Gamboa and Mrs. May
Grant, of Jamaica: his brother.
Fred Nedrick, residing in Call-
lornia; auntMrs. Aida Rlekett,
of Panama and four grand
children.

La Boca Council

To Hold Annual

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hold its second annual meeting on
Monday evening at 7:30 in th.e
high school study hall.
The president will give the an-
nual address, and the secretary
will tender a full report on the
activities conducted by the coun-
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SM"Tabbed Baton Twirler

os Brings Out Police
BUFFALO, N. Y,-(UP)-James
A. Murphy, an amateur juggler,'
RAT, Oct. 20. (UP) The picked the wrong place to practice,
Tbaone Council asked 81 baton-twirling. ,
I Aen 81mane to become
ia first premier today. Stenographer for a city judge,
l awUmne flew to Morocco Murphy decided to go up to thel
earlier in the day and roof of the city court building re-I
a.-nmmedlately went into cently to get in a bit of practice.
*i 4Rthe Throne Council Shortly afterward huffing and-puffI
the white-walled palace ing patrolhnan Joseph Kimmithi
S altans of Morocco. burst out of a door on the roof
- ?tin l5ted an hour He had run up eight fligilts of,
S1. Jhen it ended, the stairs to investigate reports by per.
n8 council announced soss in nearby buildings that a'
fthad asked the former man was behaving suspiciously on
of Fez to form the newthe y court roof.
eutative government that
regotalte with France for
as and more freedom for ror-ridden French protectorate
ortlh African protectorate. after two years of hesitation and
I maneuvers.
811mane, a moderate, hadI
the favorite for the post Premier Edgar Faure estab-
he outset. He said in Paris litshed the Throne Council over
iyc ago that he would ac- the past week-end In place of
in principle" the nomina- Morocco's two rival sultans, one
it was offered. of whom is in exile and the other'
of whom "faded away" at French
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llnane asked for time to In turn, the council has called i
it over. His final answer on Ben SUlmane, a khnd-faced,
de4 on the attitude of the white-bearded man, to be the,
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V--' brief top A the Isthmus the y .---pstick.
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L .s. ame AriasF rirt ant which'n the Dominican e. Moets Next Week elass who d
o0 .attnao aU 'd."ain pubd The o9k Review Group of he The other t
tr ae Polio haer ie t d. ir C s Zoo e College Club m i meet thas she is.
ri 'm ,^ ,.i.at.0a.m;, Thursday, Oct. 27, at "I recall i
a R g .eo ,,A,,, it, s.. ts it home of Mrs. W. E. Lailawtbe of lips
For t" e vi t e,! o nl a mu" l oy W. asm all group oflMrs. Flo W M cGilnn acting asistlek like m
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gr n s. Child n A.in ehmo-ng ougherty, Van vic "Duel of Wits" b) P e t e rtion. Wena
A. aw i Jrke d rh,,hin -r .other girls a
.e noma. C urchill." ',That's the
entToMae TipTame.'
U.W. Club etly c Mr. isr W. Meador U Chrgres River I!ven th
Outstain tisa efrom then Tn. 1 .. fa Ed a heNewcomer-s Club mill tak -e has agree
ttiulirno tthe se i Pan T4e wrleemk u-'and wll spendd a ip up the Chagr.s RIer on:
ia and themiintaryohav ve.ins- Pn e e "wiher-' before going to Wednesday Oat. 26, leaving the
tered their talents for ths be-ol- -,y for Chr.nistmas,pCrisotbal Yacht Club at 9 a.m.
ted their talents for this ben are stoppmig at Tivoli Guest All members making the t ri p
-Aiont a .-r....- l lare urged to c.li Mrs. Lo r enz
Among Jai 4)s .wiD appears Mr. Meador is with the Inter Gersuaoh Tel 3-1848 by Monday
i[c, -ist-eliea American Geodetic survey. October 24th for reservations.
or, sa hLtiAer, caFtt ,to w es qst aeDancewpa_
Eha inte o a Wlderlchl, viond- Saturday Br Brook
rin, j an- rowiebTeons FP- AtTi of the l Atlan-
ic sthoe, T t C will .AtertaIn oh Saturday
llrtto ui. etet, SXg t.vaing -with a Hallneen Co.a-
OlIyr r .S odl f A ibrk tuA l pat yat .the Brazos Brook SfmSAKE LENOS
ac fas-s a, accompamed "t" ub" Club.-
by a Eao y Butcher, Director Tshe ol Sultub will play
eof Mtuic of the Latin American from :30 ti b w 12:30.
Schln tin thle Canal Zone. ad t ro d 30 itl 130
trie La f lr C ,oru from Fort *i At. T aT*
Ambbe, under th. direction of Pvt. me*,tm .""1 .A sa 'to
Edwbd Cal). A- C nj san Art Week s
Membt r Snament n r e i American Art Weeks, a tradi-
Crge tS t of oamnts oroIn tional autumn event on the Isth.
Sersn of the arrangementsfor mus will. a r a I n be celebrated
ben acert. The program ha from Nov. 13 to 27. The big an-
beenu'arra go aby P. a. naual *show of paintings and crafts
janowit, .who is a member 1of the L hn Tioi G
UO4W9 Committee. o. Manage- will bs hung at Tivoli G u e t
House. 0 1 lwfte 4
me,. .. This year the exhibit will be o M oa
lIn vMatio n extdedtomil' o 0 red ointly the C anal
tt p and their fama ui- Aq._ -nth Lbe agu If the person to whom you are
u ani tml pubeUIc. both the of ofMrcaPen Women. talking mispronounces a word,
C;t$l' Zae t a the R O Con tr or entering, this ex- and you use It correctly In the
S- adf, w 'e0 th5 e i- etibiinclude membership in eith- same conversation, you are aI-
f i r gaia ti onr the payment aof mostsure to ebhrrass himp. The
'- c-n of ad.op. bhain! of "e r ..n conslderatec.hlngtt9 do Is to a-
..-.-.-nwi.l.Ner lsr reprodseons willo
S\ Nel a t rVndothvold using toe word.
II a s m .dl. F- ed a____ ..
"student.
.. .-. a a t 2 2 r R ortlermay ,' made, lbut the woair '
TtIAi I" i i, i eh catgryr wooi ,a maxi- ,ne
T2' C eeST mum k6f sev antrm In Class Ind a pre-Christmas ,baraar, to
SMr. M Jack We di b r tr Arts *be held tomorrow at the civiq cen-
of CoeiIhvfai| te*" obebUrth In the crafts category, which in- ter. A Johnny Mozetti supper will
of twi asO'ysterd y at Gorpsn eludes textiles, cereamics, wo9d-' be served beginning at A p.m.
.taJ. The t boy. wEl be carving and metalwork, more en-
eBased (Miglpl Juaan nd WRamoa. tries may ben made, ubut the work Adult tickets will be one dol-
Mrs. Ubber is the former Miss must still conform to the condi- lar, children under t w e lve 50
CbiI Glulap of Panamua. tUon of originality. No copies will cents.
S be accepted.
SQ Mute"e (S ub Mrs Otis Meyer will act as All booths will open promptly at
Sr. r lchtirman of the receiving corn- 6 p.m. A special booth for chil-
T Yalk a mim ua/mittee: dren will offer a generous gift ,
Th. ,far# Club's re- Mrs. F. R. Johnon will be for 10 cents a stir.
eat BE laJidd at the Ft. chairman of the hanging Aommit-
t. Aprons, pillow cases, magnetic
TVh C ^i z.-w pr gsd to For further detail a r t i s t a pot holders, clothes pin -bage Amy
va ir. ani rs. ]K a should contact Mrs. F. R. John- Frasers, Mango Chuey, f a n c y
.r Curtd, son at 2-3484 or Mr. R. K.Morris crocheted dress hangersIi n e n
wbo 4 rowA erchaeolo- Panama 3-3082 bags, dish towels, band painted
Mt, .avirmiabfrmal talk which bateas, candy, cookies. white ele-
Si te display of Baeaar At Gambea pants. plants and holiday center
Is collie of The members and friends of pieces you want; will, be found
r4 "bUanc" mate'frot various )na- Gamboa Union Churth have plan- at reasonable price.

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ing concessi,
SWie. pare
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their guns i
and giving
in less impc
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did daughter
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"COMPARE My Mountain-Grown Pea...on your left!
"It's the world's sweetest, tenderest, greenest, plumpest pea.
Uniform in size, sm.pth-skinned, never tough like the other.


"My Snow Crop Pew grow high in the Idaho
mountains where hot days and col nights
make peas sweeter, firmer, far more tender


COMPAREI My
Snow Cp Mim Beemnsl
"Each swee4 teoderI
bean is deep4roan s6
fast that it maedie you
with all the avor of
limes fremh fonm the
field. ChoseM tay, tender
Baby Lim or large,
luscious Fiooks,
whichever peS prefer."


than peas grown in the lowlands. Picked at the
very peak of flavor, my Snow Crop Peas are
deep-frozen while they're still dewy-fresh."


"COMPARE My
Snqw Crop Strewberiesl
"They're famous Went Coast
sliced strawberries. Each
berry is a deep, rich,
scarlet, sun-ripened red
all the way through. So
sweet, juicy and
delicious. Great with
sugar and cream or in
a shortcake." J


"COMPAP My
Snow Cmp Owl
"Each teinW o hernial of
may snowjals Cir" tastes
as if it w glamm and
picked yoo y wna
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l i start wearing lipstick they arel
Mu/d I t iTreally making onay a mn.nr" c.,n-i
Ucession. Yet'i is an important one
.--.- fonr the girl %ano is taking tho lirst
TANT TO GRANT by your decision." steps toward growing up.
NS TO CHILDREN s- .el, t. lipstick i As for the father's saying that
.' we, teyptlpstck ohlitslon, the trouble with wc-men Is that
iildren grow up anld.O those minor matters. While t thry all be alike, is it really true
ik for themselves nd' means a great deal to a gxini I ;hat leen-age girls Lre mure sheep-
,wn decisions is large- actually a harmless hmg. So I, Ii. ,nan temn-age boy..
of the ae parents can ver a e o il
ons. the p ."tota s to it a ad t daughtert I" the father will look around at!
ints handle tis cA 'decide for herself when she snouldl '1 c,, u. the iean,. the pink
making by stwinl -t shirts teen-age boys are sporting,
i imp6rtadt mtte .1 see that they are as much one
their children leeway _- lof a kind as the girls. It's the age,
irtant issues. -Inot the se'., that makes be n glike,
and father of a 14-year- the other. and doing like the
r have agreed tolet me' _others so terrihl im. M.tant.
her or not they r ould
to wear lipstick. I 1 All rights reser ed
for me to decide. But NE.A Sriice, lnc.
heir problem msy hqlp
other parents to fcg .
ess of concession-
to the mother, "Our!
beginning to take pride
es hair, etc. Now we C O F F
with the problem of C F
not to let her wear
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LEWIS SERVICE,
Ave Tvoli No. 4
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
14 Comtrl Avenue
FARMACIA LUVt '
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OMMERCIAL &MISCELLANEOUS
'OFMERCIAL &,..morous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
PROFESSIONAL BOX 211. ANCO. C.
SOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CZ.
SCANAL ZON POLYCLINIC NEWCOMIRST .- T p quality
Sabeauty service is *Hfered you at
SENTAL MEDICAL Cec.li Cluue ..ut.....y Sho.
S AL Experienced Stateside licensed
i.brep Dr. ALAvilaO er
6'.s. G rsNtown unerslty) M.D. o. t Nav 12.
S(e _...,No. APPETIZING & heaf ul meals.
s' l m rae m, Home delivery. Phone 3.1789.
TeLl-- rFOR SALE


RETIREMENT. LIFE Miellaneou.s
EDUCATION INSURANCE FOR SALE:-Table saw 100 at
Sean. fine shape $35. lox 794
JIM RIDGE a._____.
Phone s 2-05 FOR SALE: Fish aquarium
2xl-1/3 ft., stainless frame.
Phone Balboa I601.
smiling with FOR SALE.--Studi upright pea-
chiropractic j no, recently vehauld. Phone
I oA cBalboa 3433. House 3220 E m-
f DPire Street. laoa.


Des. A. mad Z OlEULAC
I (Pilmer I rduat I
p eri Avee TTel.- MI
(I bln.*beetL tmMisTheatre


TRANSPORTiS BAXTERL SA.
Peckm Shipped Move
Ph.me 2-2451 2-2562
LeaseM Riding t
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
a-Jala- & .m.:li dlon J eft


FOR, SALE:-4 chrome frame
dinette chairs. 2 teams racquets
with covers. tricycle 18". 91al-
boa 2-2490.


FOR SALE: Geroan Hartmer
mountain canaries" excellent slng-
en $15 oa. ACUARIO TROP-
ICAL PET SHOP. 49 Vi-spela.
Phone 3-5411.
FOR SALE:--2 M a inms
electric fan. 25-code: diming


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FOR RENT
SApartments
ATTINTION I.! Jus built"
oder fornlshed apartens. I,
2 bodreoat, bet, cold water.
Phone Penam 3-4941.


FOR RENT.- Furnished part-
monab in rMidential district.
Phone 2-0913 Ext. 23 from 9
,a.m. to neon.


FOR RENT:-Fully fumni*ed 2-
bedroom apartment In quiet m-
idential district $175. Cenildd-
ably lower rent if entire furnish-
ings boulgh by tenant. Pheomi
3-5565.


FOR RENT: Completely fur-
nihed 2-bdrom apartment.
Leased only to right tonat. Tel-
ephone 3-4549 for appiitment.
FOR RENT:- Furnished apart
meat, discoun for 2 Amercan
couple $50. Ri |ular ransporta-
ton. Phone 3-04711.
FOR RENT: Apartm Via
Porras No. 64. facing Eden The-
ater: living room, dining eeom,
2 bedrooms., kitchen, b"rkM .
Phone 3-1863.
FOR RENT:- Fumrnished 1-bed-
room apartment, available im-
mediately. Phone 2-2781 hefoer
5:30, 3-3395 after 7.
FOR RENT:- Furnished apart-
ment. military inspected. Via
Porras No. 99. Phone 3-2011.


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WANTED .:BR "TO
Automobiles ____H ,
AUTOMOBILES WANTED FOR 1 aT:- ~Fnr-M ,ebd-
We buy Automebils Modls room cllte. *emlu4lv. -Ji-
1950 to 1955. We pay CASH ca nelihbes. Pke Pa*a 3-
ON THE SPOT. 0443.
Autos lisoiman FOR R Tt,-VeV gmtp
(bsiw Coca Cola Plant) 4- bedrom furiml country
Tel. 2-2616-2-2966 Panama. Inhse, 15 il"atne sp Vae
----------- -- le. Perft. gflmatd, hris and
pool. Avalik Ibetm Di ieeebM
FOR SALE ,
R ALb to April. Pria .$100 por mohnt
plus housek"eper's salry. Tele-
Automobiles phone. 3*087T from II amn. to
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford V-8 1-nont-nd 4-t d p.m.
Custemline 4-door Sedan. Radio. FOR RENT: Ci npletely fur-
w/w tires, leather uphohtery, nishod cancrte house (ehal),
$1800, $S60O down, $67 per 2 bedroms. iet. water: Roed
month includes insurance. Smoot facing Paille airfield 109. Call
& Paredes. 3-0563. -


FOR SALE: 1955 Ford Con.
vertible. radio. Fordomatic. w/w
tires, etc. Condition excellent.
duty paid. Accept trade-in. Call
office Panama 3-0996 after 5
p.m. 3-4716.


FOR SALE: 1953 Cbkewle
four-door sedan, two-te., ex-
collent condition. Phone Balbke
2115.
FOR SALE: 1954 Mrcury
Monterrey Hardtop Coupe, loath-
or upholstery, $2075. Down
$192. $75 per month. SMOOT
-. PAREDES.
iii SALE:-Packard, n 1good
running condition, suitable for
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Position Offered


WANtD:-!-lprieeed .scro-
tary for II-4pHipl k .c-rie-
sIendenme. Wrie 6.x 14
Panama giving Mreforenmea.
WANTED:-Chuffair to drive
pick-up. 'Must q ad nd unload
nrehuandi s ad speak Splaish
and illsh. Ikefremac rmquir-
ad. ELSA, Ave. Peru 72.
WANTED: pilI I young
lady fei afie6 woer, must be
steno-typist. Wil giving details
of xperene ad personal data,
including recent picture, Box
949, Anna, C.Z.


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re, i Ia NOw Gar68. MeO-
qase-uewnehle avx 5$3500.
J- .Uiff'tpd d Now condition.
sAode r pupmbing. Electricity..
Hei VWtdr dwar. Alo house
triaer. leth cmplekf with.fur-
nisfte drapes, dishes, kitchea-
vm re power ,mwer. lawn feals,-
etc, -Uqutlf4 l, bkach front lot.
I0O en.-PAilfel Osc $0 deep.
Can M aeleor side pictures in
Baulm ani.Crlotebal by ppoipt-
mot. Phne Oplnel 23047 aft-
er j, p.m. Moendey.'to Thursdray
4- pt,p, .Frid._v. .


RESORTS
PHItLIPS O, aihe Ce.lta.e.
Pi-.tam)- .. 1877..Cri"rq.
b.e.lL.* ,8 ,

6 4r ,b*

-Shr k ur*ailshold "houses on'
b= *4-lb t Cloe. Telephone
The*mp ajlbe* 1772.
FOSR'S TTAGES. One mile
past Cmalai Low rteM. Phone
M~_I*&& da


. r.p-qnted FOR SALE -
wAm-Pb pi k .hk. Hou1a old
Stp i. ( IIIl Caingl ). FOR SALE:-Frigidaire II ft.
S,.-'" -. -.. --- with lare-deep frece compart--
SlKXC IN~T maid to place Nov. moet excellent maninp candi-
go od with chlduren, Isu- tie., $1( cash. Call Panama 2-
Sda, *ti; PhNe .6-7172., 2642 e** ic ous,, 3-4867 va*,

Woted to BFy .AL byi $.d$15'
SMA..-"ly i ir $8. 0S.galthes;
*'' ^ r .. t .- a' ...
'IJ'E-bootocontrolfsr Read. for R--bo. Phone 2-2753.
L .idfor, t.oard. PhFme FOR SALE:-Irarndpnw Medal-
.. ra halnd-enrlieldered table co.
"- W.,- ,r.. a -or ed Fpies. Attractive
NT. TO'UY:-Can in prices. Apply "Vie lapala 104,
wat r. 000 "4plhbs. botom floor.


Texai Bolting Goy. Shivers
r* ver


Opposes Adlai Stevenson

PJNT. eLI

.i?"^ ----- --..-^^ fi
T.Ui --. .D A vers, who bal l.
led Tepa. into the Mie.howbr co- Shivers predicted Republican
lot.n !P4 ,eauUiou.Y cast his farm policy wo lc be a key l sue
yeaerdaIy provided they nominate did Do better in solving the farm
.a ma-icaD ISI.eon t o' problem and "probably created
1"e "hrlpat d14Mlal Steveson. t byP paitlegislation.'
war net that ase. He ehlded th "fr -I would like to se. both ar-
,I fmder liel, .g.er.a for .e- ties get politics out of the farm
eW e nu0it k ,t hm_ the problem and go to work to solve
-moinaiba ad Ei4 eit."tela lv,. m


w or g .,-. i- .......d... .OR N--
o 5 pi.m. 3- sotsing;nle bed Comnplete; mis. FOR RNT:-On-bodre. eusy pie. o can. a R n meet e#f. jites Kslmver (- Special "" sid.n;ial .
or1bym mIarticenished apatmeITt agolf Heights, Panama 2-2642 office hours.ClaraOR RENT m, c... 'i* n d. S taser^
apo -' 4be. 234. G.I. nly. $70. Call Balbee 2870. FOR SALE:--1951 Pontiac Tu- HNOR1Mid iGUEST HOUSE ever- t"I belepriu auvr cofson!e Tuesday night, outlin-
doer Chieftain. radio, back-up Roonims en. rate ste ehuer a the urgen ne for nteni-
s eights, new tires, directional be I mia wal 1. ra m out Sivers aid tioal atomi ontrl
"ue- "4-P40,. Cnes, adreti-n FOR bNT:-B'- Isld.callal ur30ae .ine., the talk- shifted inev t y to j ll-I le left tt former oe-
HI-FIDELITY Democrats, GOPers Face First Test .,hl, $3,5. Phn Pr-- M--- F .O:--,a,.d-,m- ,coollrv3ipI2.o.. r, he-. on M ena-, ortersu nl :e e
For information call 3- 4347, fIs Ihours and Nolvy 3121 eve- tas o e MU o b told replodrtl he bel ne-
Specasts Of Strength Since Ike's Illness FORSALE.-`,1948 Mermury4- FhiRSALE. told reporter did'
FCBSWebcor, Thers, -le badc...d, 5o n FOR SALE ion ttinkSteon-would win the p ..cone rn e
Boen, Fairchild, Tannoy, .. FUnE: m odern of n aor" that the 15 .standard-bear-H cited indication te
Whar edale, Qad WASINGTON, Oct. 20-N,(UP) prove OOP chances of featuring uiing hb soh utpi Motorycte r l tn accep winter at.
Anything io eletrat u -The firt partial test of a Democratic enate Mat in nid. | eMohblerodl amprndtis r- | mAEi 1953 Atabusess silon of he sptcton as a a
irsnt rate service department n between Dlooearta 195l and delivering the state 'sa n|tdd 1o.no I"', oi... In... ap mtve nuelr lt0ek




hat Aie 114e i1nainonAoGeV. MacAWhuy Denifs Bl
el vepa s'snce president presi dentlee l voe to McAl Re nt$.00, Wol fnd,: 0Ha tal a



BODY-RaDUC] 1M elections. can make lInn the -l-
Stemesh Me evVoyerswlelet GOBroWin ties,.such eubc eld N..7d0.esTlnlraised'theoeol
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The nn odndTof Masnapp, sttediap-olff ithe ^ c e ootherobvionWly-elretofl power of to obtain re- odrW De A |

(Dr. hell) ginia, Kentuck and Miisipp al sea 1956 will be pr- cal control y over the hort o war." governor
l eipalitlea in almost a acore of gres-onal dtrts are mixed S Reublesas hav contended ene ith Army repreot. Timmerman Jr. said water con- -,ArgentinaMs provalDonsl s"o
-sitates. part farm and part city and n this eontrmnrsy that the tives Inelaty t t rvtion progress c be in- ernment 'toda was awepg
a ne g l aregely local u, rather otf a Premier Josef Stalin at Yalta, Ruslan territorial n t t e ative' of edral legislation and c"nery In reparation for new
BOD-DUCG than national issues. In fact, as the price of S@ltt entry ga- Far East wore iaese aI san "atol. pruesid al ectonh.
A fmerry-ou -RouId oe municipal elect are wl to the Japanes war, wee bothi .n. er. teerd, t. ai ProV u-"reident Eduareo-
r orun on a non-partisan basis a. u|- unnecessary and unwise- Brig. Gen. George A, H. frvietrS. Cb! ellinGard Lonardl. disclotta g the action In
ORTEPEDIA NACl0NAL lslatureaIP NewaJersey,aVro pick in g up alot of.:Onealon. ports bearing on the 10-yoar-od.gordlens of U.8.militaryntction amongtetheactttio'.n 41st$ .






(ud fr. ) with the ba, Kenllot barring notice of 195willbepro They have argued thatl control the Pentagon operatons pfttt ared I ndal e an. interview with United PrEs
(Cntined ro Pa and) part afflnhundredsofmu-ed.Maton. ofUnited tate was well o the who walked to MArthur o f. er h b lt ight, aad no member of the
apartment recommended that the Nevertheles atlmo nal Re- of way to defeating apan without 5945 re d to. l le n care d er l government whih related Ph
ttee gve ts coideraton pnd De rtle help and that the t Marshall in a. work. ern would be a candidate in
states, part farm ad part cit--y dItsonr t eiervatioi' progres ean be fidne-







and study to the inclusion of these leaders will be watching the ritorial concessions given to Rue- MacArthur 4ald.It,4ld. .*" I>. elealifot).
wo areas Rothman repeated retfns eloely fo any straw* l a lp Manchur1p paved the way practicable to dey' Ruw 4- m. ia lt rel J *,o .
that may bt teed into the for Communist conquest of Chli- sire for a wan watwter,.paB(. t j o laid t1 q arai, S G Hf.fluiIe also left little doubt th*.t
'-" 'Mr. Rothman, you are deliber- political winds. a. port Arthur.. 0 ear ha 1" ron's Petonista party would Be
ately refusing to reply to the qued- The contests In which they John D. Doemng, recently p Demonecrats have argued Mre "Therefore, it was. onlyhrhbt n.the"it lo lter fp tton
tionh" Don las exploded. "Is it are primarily Interested include: ntedma ra In the alboa. s Ioosevelt acted on the advice o rf that they should Waf -thegoae ..t a yn oue oe ater, pr a. pesl ty
your coton that the depart- 1. Te Philadelphia mayoraltyher ate. n the Pr1 psengePre militarJosey leaders that t was tan bloo n ie of feder isolation and "Pr purely per
ment and the administration mere- race. Democrats captured this f ho were ected to sal for necessary to bring Russia lant Lincoln quoted -IFeiA W y. olitatr e ot... t el n- l ega. lon with total-
ly recommended that we study traditional Re ublican strong- cristobal f New York this the war, and that GeGehe gave Rusa Col. Paul L. I..w- to of Loot i the a
thee wo areas hold th 1951ba, ept the city out ice of rn aboard the Panama oThey have aued Petal nnat tl the Pentagon I gartal rrpt to inde t w th Uthe- d -
"Yes.' Rothman finally admit- of the Elsenhower column In of the Pjnama Line. Demina is would have grabbed anyway. who talked to toniPb. t .pesanitereste dr
(Conted. nue1952 and went on to win the accompanedb h wife and The Yalta deal was that Rua- 13, 1945, said "In t ftco.m- da ts of.n ler t in a be lil ,"
k ~ Pennsylvania state house In three children. ais would enter the war against port that M datew s* er tfe aid he was unable, at
As it turned out, Congress 1954. Democrats concede that a Japa three month after the tand Rual'al rh he h tDemo presentSto lay when the elec-
Prtlowed Rothmean' advice Repuberthelan evitory here would Seventeen paw tongers ae tees defeating many withouldt 25, 1945, "ta, ow o.i vs e i sid he w l
Sittee mnimum-wagve its on ill, gie them ul serious etbak and booked to saRu n he for Port-u- pIn retur an. Russia the te a a r r Lonadi awrk. much wa sll to
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s asted from the bill any im' gite the Republican state or- Prince, Haiti. Is former control over Manchu- China. sen S of. ^te artl-u .a "world of very b done In preparation for elec-
d coverage of white-collar ganisatton a shot In the arm ra's. tort Arthur and its maRu was Inevitable, dbut "in -1 a" and he' does ton. such as preparing new aed
S Despite this, Seeretary for the 1958 eampalgn. The complete advance pasn- railroad. States mut lit tat pot v sa will win clean electoral registers and
two areas" Rcomplained that the turnsloly for a t r t for Crtbal follows Th Mannchurian port of pay her way by te o ta abdiahig the laws with which
"Mr. Rothmantic Congress had paed 2. Thber- gubernatorial rae n nd Paul. Anderson ren woud be nternatonal- chura at Artur.. he o d Pero re cuta
tely refusing tol. Kentucky where Democrats are and son: Harry Bender; Mr. andh SA GRASn ed" and Russia's claims to out- ete after the rear orn ot ed frepedl of Argentine political
voted only hdf of what torn by inter-;trty strife. The Mrs Eulle iA. Bennett: Dr. Fer- FIBER RUG8 er Mongolia .and the Japanese ny." Barties,
the, President, recommended, s it. outcome may hinge on the rucio Bertoli; Mr. and Mrs. Kule and southern akhaled on n Is- the ad that the
Sof what is required' said the number of agruntled Demo- Boyd M. Bevington; Mr. and l hands would be recognized. i. i psbyteiner.na. president wa
ry of Labor. "t e ware very erats who sit on their hands and Mrs.David a brown; Howard G.M. To Set Rusaian troops did enter the i,'In b Ulood .i, nm2e.oS Wund -d gr.n.Ut on Pwetons
met an rd the commendinst an refuse to support Demoratic Buewho wer Tho Butler, r necessary Manchuto bria on Aug Into Lincoln quoted f S e t te United Pre
Sreommendoverd tat we study canditiondalRebi H Can tronhCdler. Henry c. New York this thewar, and that he oave Rua Col. Mets: h.L. M sy

thes Dwe yerwo thae. e-Mayor of n 1a e t the citeny rout od Will am Cof he Dn Rnecr Thist Yai except what io and other Pen np IfParOISO r Calt re" -
Ik who ha^hving textr- daughtrs and r Ime new atomic bomb. Jap- b ad atde v1 d na faver on a.wtteit Idunt of Aiden-
"Yes." Rothmnf tieily admit- theseowerolu daughter; iIPAjmPUS-.D Germina, l O u an surrendered Aug. 14.who t lkedi o (t1 w er win. a tthes not givig s
tMet taherm tr e Aseury uG ard DeltOer. Mr. 20nr- *TheYaltadea s tr ht R u- 11wwt4,t sLad anardi replied, "I.
e Btilind g Compan1. 95 I A NOTICE and Mrs. John i. Dening and hident lA r d it wed iitay leave at atp a.9a, hs gng B preferential 5a b"t rather not make any :r-
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ed whle ambassador to Deb victory here wouldSeve ynan Mrs. Constance Oer-0 a utomobles stnteglcany helpful and would want .
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ruinm the American Mion Feldman Pinuff vis solenda Viola o omph and Mss Bsle ort-u- rt n a statement to the A point Chiefs of uldtaff recoinKorea car
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b. vAlmost all ambaosado, what to. by nter-tb m trlfe.' Edward Huwer: Mr. and Mrs. I ductlon Is Icluded heB the. R Sorall e date. ." .. COLLrCT.
oef ta ly have to dig into their *nulmed grtion within nmtey days after Rusael J. Jones: Mr. and Mrs. worldwide ems y would Ater Yalta, however, with U.S. PORT WOF THE
fpabo o on v eae fe.e. ppoo trodn d Mr, .Da vd ; Mr. Mr reach 5..nTHO wS a rapidly oodid n carry trit ahe"- YcAR -H- AUWANo ARE eIGHEST
a e g annd anser. ludmeni will be taken m a Walter 0. Lure and son: Rob-utler, Jr, i, wartary leaders sharply N9athan ,To' ijra M.
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3.O.A. Cocktail-Buffet formed at local clubs and recent-
ThU Saturday Noght ly was on a local radio station;
The Canal Zone Department, Appearing from Fort Clayton is
Rearve Officers Associatio of violinist Pfc. Chester Dobersom
the United States will hold a so- who will-be accompanied at the -
eial Meeting this Saturday at 7 piano by Edward Lambert. This
p.m.,b 'the main lounge of the will be a return engagement for
Albro4 Officers' !Cib. Private Dobersopi who made a
The occasion Is being held in highly successful appearance at a
honor of visitation by members recent Lifeliner review. _
of the Florida Department, R.O A. An added attraction wil be Pfe.
Cocktailt and buffet supper will William Samuels of "H" compa-
be served at 7 p.m. with music ny, 33rd Infantry regiment. The
turmished by KeAny at the piano. Lifeliner Singing platoon member
A door prize will be awarded and represented Fort Kobbe in the Ca-
tickets will be available t t h e ribbean Command talent finals at
door. Corozal last May after placing
--- first in the popular song category
Second Talk On .- in the Post's finals.
Christlan iag --
Is Tonight
The second in a series of talks CanalZone Soldier
n Dynamic Christian Livi willSoldier
be given at 7:30 at the B alboa rg!B_-es. firs
The Rev. Louis M. Flakdi will
speak on the subject "A Working I A 1
Faith for a Confused World." In Army urse
On Oct. 27 the Rev. Lester I
toerheide will speak on the sub- Pfc. John N. Gorham, son of S
jeet "The Crusading Spirit,, and M. .
e Will to Win the World. Mr. and Mrs. Lisle E. Gorham. of day
These lectures are open to the Balboa, finished first in a class his
public without charge. of 40 soldiers attending a 15- mil
week course in infantry r a dio ste
Feast of Toau' maintenance L the Inf a n t r str
STalent show Due SIchool,. Fort Benning, Ga.
A contingent of outstanding en- Gourham, a member of the third
tertainers are slated to appear "Old Guard" Infantry Regiment, Ea
is the first of a series of "toast Fort Myer, Va., recorded an av- wo
of th Town" talent 'Aows sched- erage of 94.8 out of a possible 100 cou
ule4 for Fort Kobbe s Service per cent in written examination. thrc
club, Sunday evening. As a reward for his outstanding tric
The "Toast of the Town" pres- scholarshiplie received a letter of lg
stationss are being inaugurated commendation from Brig. Ge n.
;a,.a monthly attraction at the Robert L. Cook, assistant c o m-
club under the supervision o61 Mrs. mandant of the Infantry School. led
Doris.aB. Caldwell, Service c I u b Gorham returned to his organi- ret
director. Performing in the shows zatit6n, and was assigned to new fin
will be prominent stage personall- duty In the Communications See- ofI
ties from the Caribbean area. as tion. wit
well military personnel frdm ant


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Dixon an 'Mr Ali DavIs of Pan
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Miss Dixon is vacationing in P
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Al Davis and his five piece c
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Al:s instrumental group has pe

THE FAMILY OF

CLARA C
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shown them in their
JOSEPH G
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own greed, but it must be ad-
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test opened the four of clubs,
st- put up the jack, and South
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after extra tricks.
With this object in mind, South
a diamond to the dummy and
turned the ten of hearts for a
esse. .When South let the ten
hearts ride, West craftily won
h the king (instead of the jack)
i returned the king of clubs.


HO L 100, Wesighouse irculo aro HALF DOLLAR DAY
10 WTro TRAVERSE-CITY. Mich. -(UP)

-Fall To End 'To Feature Three -Mands.aW m
have been saving half dollars for
Walkout 44,000 rks At Hallowe'en er.rteds into a in
MOVIS I &40 'no' o1955 car. They bad en..u
by- Erkime* Job. I Colon's Club Circulo will pre- half dollars to pe. cash for Ut
by. kin JohnsPITSBURGH, Oct. 20 (UP'- sent the three best orchestras auto.
Westinghouse Electric Corp. and on the Isthmus this coming
a the CIO International Union of Saturday at the Tropical Club
HOLYWOD A --- 't. Electrical Workers today sought as they feature Clarence Mar-
HOLLYWOOD -(NEA)- Exclu.ie, 'Storm Center," specified the a way out of stalemated wage tin's progressive Jaz Studs of ArlBLa SEV ICE
lively Yours: Audrey Hepburn islstudio wuuld replace destroyed negotiations on the third day of Hotel El Panama, Victor Boa ALBOUA SERVICE
miffed by printed reports thatlshrubbery and rair any dam. a nationwide walkout of 44,000 and his Sonora Ork and Arman- CENTER
Mel Ferrer is st-aw-bossing her age to the library. Much of the workerss at 30 company plants. Ido Boza's Perfect Ork. : C. "
career. She denies that hubby landscaping was' damaged but Talks on wages, length of con-I Each musical grouo will play BELAUTY SHOP
insisted on okaying all actors looked even better after being re- tract and time study were sched- for four hours to Insure con-f c P E I A L
hired to work with her in "War planted by the studio. uled between company and union'tinuous danc.ne at the C-rcuio S P E t I A L
and Peace" and that still photog "Now can't you burn the library representatives this morning. Cuatro's "Bermuda Shorts" Hal- COLD WAVE
rapners on the set could not snap down?" winked a city father to'- loween dance
her without clearing through him Producer Julian Blaustein. "We A 212 hour session TuesdaY' Bermuda s;iorts combinations $7 C
first. "It's a happy partnership- need a new one." broke up without appreciable are not obligatory but H,,arry$ 0 I U
not a master and a slave relation- "No thanks," said Julian. "Li- progress. It brought complaints strain and the b re Mon. Th Thursday
ship." fumes Audrey. braries burn cheaper in Holly'- from James B. Carey, IUS Inter- nasg an n to e m dressed in Mn .day "T Thrs
--- wood." national president, that compa- na rn t.d iftr appointment .
MGM's on a mufrantic hunt for a ,ny negotiators lacked "authority the current tropi .wear be-. Balboa 2-2959
story to ostr newly OFF THE SOUND TRACE: C to make a settlement." donated a gift for the wearer of For U.S. personnel
eynolMadsrand Eddie Flsttr. BDeMille' film footage meter. "The company has sent in a the best B-shorts com',mation. and their families only.
on "The T e n Commandments negotiating team composed sole-' Thousand& of novelties and
Ed Murrow and Paramount are now stands at 783,000-almost 150 -v of staff people-who usually: noise-makers will be distributed.
talking about a gag "Person to miles of celluloid. And he's still handle grievances and who do
Person" show sequence in Bob shooting .. Esther Williams willnot have the authority to make '
Hope's new movie, "That Certain have with her a portable round a settlement," he said.
Feeling." If the deal jells, Ed wil l swimming tank--have pool Will Robert D. Blasier. company
play himself. travel"-whep she gets around to vice president for industrial re- -
that aquacade tour. Blueprmints Ilations who did not attend Tues-' ,
DEBORAH KERR, who starred ca for one 85 feet across. .. day's session but led Westing-
in the stage play, is beaming overK Gimi ck of the week: H." house negotiators in previous ,6
Robert Anderson's script for her n ightlibs "daughterin. meetings, denied the IUE chief's '' I j
M M movie version of "Tea and-s nw bgt-cl ac.h no e ..... B
Sympathy." Despite mighty resented by a bright spotlight .

nt r sh a. Tav hownverrom his least TV show, dealing with the many employee
whacks by film censors s he saysfimed a month ao. No obections The negotiators who met h Pur Instant
"it's a remarkable piece of work" on: A meeting obf C nie Barnett. resulted from Mr iz- C .
Pby Anderson wo also authoredhe orch estra leader: Artie Shaw i ill-advised and uta n 1
ethe plays haviang amounG*ert. seyIdt make settlementt" Rette Flavor
late 1tmarriae s. msaid.He said he was absent from
resdvoehie thm '* Bob Hope hastily yanked I the bargaining table because he' Gap after Cup!
to see the script first," she some gags about President sen-



"Mrs A" theo le story of the dent's illness strike."
"tI want to be sure it isn't one 1C fr is l T o w
of those 'This is Your Lifet' 1 v rnvow
things."er Lwn "I'tieWW, -


gB Gorhem wvas graduated. f ro m .
the -:Balboa High School, Qass of South naturally assumed that Latest zippy double bill movie
P:e FIEa, and 'frow Ca' a- .E Esnr t bsd the jk h ek ars nkm dAy.4deqo e
isCol gB in l1 ,Prf o-ed that 'te we a o JN to"ink "1 I lws Gw .t.
" e Arliy id- Sbpt lM, he was tritkts in top cards. With some idea "The Wayward Wife" and ilvana
ian enrolled at the university o'COl.- of preparing for a squeeze, South Mangano in "Outlaw Girl." .
k. orado. took the ace of clubs, led a' sec- The Doyle Brooks working as
- X ,Thr Third Infantry Regiment is ond diamond to the dummy, and part-itme TV actor and stangi in
n- the Army's crack ceremonial unit led dummy's remaining -heart in for George (Superman Reeves is
rk in the national capital area. Its order to finesse the nine of hearts, an ex-producer! Flattened his
ra duties include providing the Pres- West pounced on this trick with bank account with an ill-fated
Identical honor guard, escorts for the jacks of heat s an cashed the movie, The Gunmaster."
a- military funerals, greeting of vis-1club tricks to set the contract.
at iting dignitaries &nd participation ISouth's blood pressure is back to
b. in wreath laying ceremonies atinormal thank you, but he will THE WITNET: A Movietown
r- the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.'never 'bethe same trusting soul. b eautytelephoned a moviefur de-
signer to whip up a black mist
mink coat for her in a hurry.
When he asked if she preferred it
W alter Win eI hI full-length or seven-eighths length,
I a lter Winc e Ishe snapped:
IROSSM AN (Continued from Page 2) "Any length. That's what I had
friends for the sympathy ing to Cafe Swishlety. (Bob Syl-to go to in order to get it!"
ir recent bereavement., vester take a bow.) This Is Hollywood, Mrs.Jones:
ROSSMAN and Daughters Casting director Ruth Bureh in-!
ROSSMAN and Daughters --- Iterviewed a shapely young ac-|
OPF I tress who blithely informed her
R R The Cables: Gin Lulu' groom that her name was "Marjoriei
BERGER flew from Rome to stifle the talk Morningstar."
of a rift in Paris, where she's I
filming "Trapeze". Henry Not in the Script: Arlene Dahl,
Fonda told foreign reporters no about her walk as a sexy
truth to buzz of a spltuation. New aouSlightly Scarlet": "It's a combi-
Yorkers report his laughter in aghtly Sof Marilyn Monroe's sha combke
Rome with actressLoren Pastini. Van Drl Mon'roattle hake
^ .,.- Donald O'Connor's every.night MV e North's roll."
place actress Lisa MacDonald .... Bar-
wd! 'bars Hutto consults an Indian Columbias use of the Santa
SYogi (on the floor of her Paris Rosa,. Calif., public library and
TURDAY 'Plaza Place) for counsel "on all grounds for Bette Davis' new mov-
Lm. matters."

Mel Torme's pals- say it isn't
Hal March he's bitter about but
A Candy Toxton's rendeavoodling
with Oleg Cassini. Candy recently
announced divorce plans. ... Tony
Bari (the Park Ave. Restaurant
thrubh) and Lynda Lynch (of "Pa-
the new "KING jama Gaine") are oooooh. .
of the KEYBOARD" Julie Wilson, who can get more
items out of one little divorce, tells
pls for pals she'll get it in Vegas. .. A
your pleasure famed gal singer, shtewed to the
with his gillshli (inm the Capitol Theater foy-
er), screamed at the ushers and
TRIO EL ARRANQUE nigr to Drop Dedd. Sit a scene!
I...And What class.... Nat King
Cole opens at the Copa Thurieve.
(Nightcap on the house at 4:30 a.m.) (A Don't Misaterpiseel). The
.S aa. Sun., Tues.. Wed, Thur sm Win bx, Jr. (Barbara Wel) are
I3'ing. Thinks to Series Hero
.Tnhnn,' Po ren. who gave his Nat
"Masquerade Party" winnings to to d5W dpep?
Ithi leunvon Cancer Pund: now
lnearhi $ll500,ooo. Theme .i
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one since the going wast ough." .- -
'We had three points," counter- A ir
ied Coach Yost. "Illinois had not A Pisbu h 6. .
gotten out of its side of the field.
Had they scored. It might very: P TTSBURGH, Oct. 20-(U)
well have been a touchdown. Bran ch Rickey, still I2ating
thereby making the six points so he'll "lick the greatest challenge
better than three.d for a touh-. of my life," said today he will
I should have tried for a touch.;' 'tfb-.'. fight for a National Les a
down because my three points -tforth tts Leagu e
left us safe, and if we scored itI pennant for the Pirtsburgh 7N-
would take two touchdowns 'to, rates even after resgnIng Nov.
beat urs. DeepIcan1 as general manager or the
was a go lesson and Deep sea fishermen of Pana- can get leave from their work. club.
This was a go d lesson and I ma and the-Canal Zone are Since the scheduled time for "I will refuse to sit back and
made use of it the next week a ouel u with their entry fees the tournament will include ti be a atcher," y, w
gaint Wicon I ho to enter the fourth annual long week-end of the Armistice aid after announng t*-
Ten year later I saw how kick- MarUn Club Tournament. The Day holiday, those sportsmen day ho wouaistop dewas asn
isg an extra field goal for six tournament will be held from who cannot manage the entire general manager and exemu-
points could act as a boomerang Nov. 5 through 13 In the Plfias week' will be able to compete tive vice pireident of the hab-
saint Mary's kicked two fIeld;Bay area, south of the Perlas Friday. Saturday and Sunday itanl tall-esd pirates.
goals andLeon the last lbroke atheay Ilands and be n on the camaraderie of "My challenge remains here
gamef or a l ong run and scored aay touch- r the final day. and I'm going to lick it. I will
down for unndsor ed a touch-dham. Over 30 boats have already All skippers and their crews remain as anactive advisor n-
The Rams kicked the point and entered the contest. To date the are urged to attend the monthly til I have either done so or
won, 7-h.following boats will participate: meeting of the Panama Marlin died," the bushy-browed execu-
w, 7- Viking, se, Caiman II, Valarta Club tomorrow evening at 7:30 tive said.
NEXT: Ferry Moss. Half Moon, Nola, Dolphin, La at the Army-Navy Club, Fort Rickey eamse here in late
NM: Perry Mons. Reina. Tin Goose. Hula. Rober. Amador. Reservations for the 1950 after serving sguecoeul
Fta. Who Cares, Gloria Ann. An- steak dinner before the business "urea with t0e St.
Faner, Nmutilis, Folly, Banshee, meeting can be made by calling Caan Jand. Ol, toL
Football Reunion X y"M radhbu
Sun Star, Skip jack II. Sea Mrs. Velma Burkhart or the Setgewheem he bu P i-
Is Unsodable For tte the Ale Mo. Aran. MarbellClub. v r
Mary.7., and Alimar, plus the i e@ bi
Karrasarmed services boats. Final detailsfor the tu tit
Kam eaat will be settled at the th
s Several other boat owners ar' meeting and instructions con- tCb
IOWA CRYf- (]NA) When contemplating entering their cen ice, fuel an food will b
own deletm si f20-, thej craft depending on whether they announced. One wl
contest marked 1 0_Mable reu-up ui tn s It p i__ _,_
union of the Karr& afirly. the ciJle ran
Hooaier XWLd 'earras, 218. 5heiv
pound mawi,.rim Into his kid [
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Ietball week-end gets off to an early start today -- '--"c". vs. Ab-len: Christian
as Clemson plays South Carolina. TOKYOCOct. 20-(UP)-t Detroit v. Okhoma AM
wa Yankee day in the world's u-Eastern ntnky vs. Morehead St.
.The annual game is part of top-ranked Michi an says the d larkest ciy t U a v. W. Jewll
Thursday" in Columbia, iWolverinesTwig ag he without third largest city today.r .
Caro naand kicks off the end Ron Kramer. The re-sea- uNm e ntr ance aO nS. vs. oge ho
air. Clemson hasn't obeat- son candidate for All- merica kyo a n e a dimv ri n an fS Io lbi Al O vsat
8tuth Carolina since 1948, honors has been out with a could dampen Japa 'se enthu- s -Memphis St. vs. Miss. Southern
the Tigers are one touch- chest injury since the Army slasme x-Miami. Fla. vo as Christian
(six point) favorite to game almost two wqeks ago. The Yankees, led by Cax-
l k the sl. ays Oosterban--"We cant af- Stengel, arrived aboard two s Brow vs. Kenucy
SLooking ahead to Saturday, ford to take a chance and play special planes or a three- i-Nevada vs.. Califra Aggie
ae hopes of Purdue beating Kramer against Minnesota on e week our of Japan, their first.
t:re ?Dame rest on the thumbs Saturday." team visit here sine Japan x- oan Franc isco St vs. mborldtSt.
Lemnny Dawson. The Boiler- Third ranked Oklahomae may began playing baseball 18 -U.C.L.A. vs. Iowa
411 Thpasser broke his right have to play Colorado without a years ago. .
before the season start- first stringer. Center Jerr And the baseball-crazy Ja
last aturda sprained Tubbs suffered a twisted arm a- anese went wild. Akrn vs. enison
the left thumb while making against Kansas and is a doubtful The Yanks were heaped with Alabama vs. Misiippi State
kle. Coach tu Holomb says starter. flowers by shapely JapaneseAlbama AM v Phil. Smith
-'That left thumb was as big And, atlhough most teams girls, greeted by dozens of news- xAlbi vs. MBeloi t
Sa balloon yesterday, but t is like to win with some to share men and photographers and Albighvs. Franklin Ma ll
coming down. I'm sure Dawson the Missouri Tigers are hoping cheered by hundreds of black ... x-Alcorn A&M vs. Teas College
wl be read yto go. for a close shave on Saturday. uniformed Japanese school boys AllChony vs. Grove City
Holcomb is worried about No- The Missouri players, after los- waving American flags. B C I P Co m Cx-Ama s. Olivet
Dame even though Dawsons in their first five games, de- lighweigh champ Baby Manle that his test agait local bantamweight king Melvin Bourne Amhe v. sly
r touchdown passes last year aided on Monday they wouldn't After brief press conference ha een satisfactory. Male s going through strenuous training for his eight-round 129- -Arion vs. Oregon
t's not very often that Notre win column. I the Tigers want national airport, the Yankees work out at the gym every afteoon at 4. Prescott is doing his conditioning at the Maraon Ashland vs. Ohi Northern
loses two games in a row that close she they had bet- some with their wives-piled n- special attraction on Sunday's card is a three-fal wrestling match between The Great Auburn v. Furman
fact that Michigan tate ter beat Nebraska on turday of three sedans Chazam and The shadow. Shown n photo to r commission members Carlos Marre and Bal State v. Valparai
et them last week won't make -for looming ahead for Mlssou- and 10 U.SAirForcejeepsfo Car Guevara; Manolete commiion secretary Agutn Ortega, and commission bandaging Bte vs. Main
it easier for us." rl is Oklahoma-and then Colo- an hour-long dnve into down- inspector Guilermo Escobar. h sbe v Ms. King's
e Coach Bennle Oosterbaan of redo. town Tokyo.s- Bloohlanaye vs. h inSm t
S d ax-Dluffton vs. Wilming^n
,Shal b am D RS E a h m a Tokyo's downtown streets a e s C Boston College vs. Ma
S UT were DOORS ant clis aned with throngs who I cLI I JII Crr er Bowdoin vs. Colby


wBefore it was over tc hey were Butlerivs. Depauw
--- own mu r w- o nt hg rs a showered with rain-damp con- By JAC CU Y x-Clorni& Povs.
Sr sfetti California vs. Southern Califoe i a
FUN TRIALS A PICNIC out and bring their friends along C- e r ae E nole a i ai Cai l vwos. M u L rr
___Dyh JO pe sTEtSON a rsciwaysnford a p icni-lk refreshbrc G eorr ge t h U aGe Engelke U pseThsWngthro defeatenuou t ngforhiseigh u nd x-r vs. Orehg o
FOR DOGS as guests. Arrangements areI eltPe i Wallace (Bud Smith Carlton vs. Grinnoll
mae in any one or more of sev-ending Jimmy carter's nei Tech vs. Temple
by JOE r TSN rl ways for pi nic-like refresh-' fantl againi, off again" dse vs. h ain e
sog IThe whole family is invited ande romance with te litweighrC'st Guard Ac v s. W'ster
"Hot dogs, roast corni and soda that includes the family dogs. Not I e rnd Th gue ss everybody will realize d I' Colorado AM e s. Utah Stato
pep-that sounds like a real pic- just the finished trial or shootings e n GUev MnU Zons 0 rel th c pmin' no i -Colorate s. ColordoCHee
Co acth Bennie ousterallofCrhoon.sphwnrTouyo.olordo.wState vs.-Knlg'soh


S lad you call it a fun trial?" dogs, but the old ftllas and gals oS v.
reao's h d owntown Bo."on College W Vtrn v. Montana, St.te
O" UT h rt ght," I answered that friends remember a nd would rnAltough Smith was ham- Corll. Ia.n vs. tCoo
Jack, to whom I had just db like t n i r o see again, even th og h d it defeated .

t I n direndl fr ,6. b eo.n vfa. nsrfo



Thed otee frs gti s or l quite s ndchewmq h fen n te sewond ne Ihal Dav l wo f -enauk vs. Wmer.inter
sections of the teottry, oer cdani t u r minsy adeft.his first defense last night Delaare vs. SConneacu
ebods as teru ogf bt e roodned s, looks t nti is e oe aI Dickinson vs. Junatr
should be fn "saCN otap ring ts -i f t Jin or n defeated r ha u No A ing w na fuak Vaal. v. Maa n
tAonlytut but a lot of folks will Each member rrivmesAnother in series written h e it n- to win baad the -East. Wash. vis. Pacific Luthern
made i n I a n manem or amrie ng for NEA ofrie The ajoreulget En the ha l- Cio t, e3 and 2. tatnd wa gihaev tern d s a E .urT vs. acne S
ing dedogs that they d be relue- the forenoon with his earlo d of ih iof the first mad t ver t col o vs. so St.
t to bring to a regular trialkids and canines and ses up n d y ENN FID round th as Brtk Caub Gud h a ElHustn vs. A Cstla. rl Ech
bause theydoe either too young a comfortable spot. Then some Nourneent was r .e EWdte defeated re uc erY t re winning tv nsiordl vs St.Useaih's
t soda st hend ai t rial e rs t nation g -s e I on~ bverp Lao H xCaevd c s v. Cv.aollt.
eri Ad. Te llm b ma f Tue t t ckle te dors of t7be.fire, ther l nde t C lo aeh st. vs. Maonta S.
Stt s Ia s now r ein the eats department while oth- totdefeat n Hause, re g Kandn, 4 d. fchal v. Lthn
She te rounre newimg ta- c ab champion at Ft. Di Don M thl eon defeated Frk i cin. iarr d Sat vs. anth v HMasone
t s ie nhewis the fat Enks won vthe Isthmian Day 2and 1. Smith okd up with a unan- Geneva vs. Westminster
ItSbtions through ohe Ieretary to over successes and f a i wu r e os,vs. Fourth
al members asking hem to turn breeding programs aendtraingTac u iminh w a y -Charley Barrett defeated Bob defr m a Georgia vs. T
method wth asa apparent thr twhe ui nd Itheyis HDonle and 1e. d defeated Don a half-hour of calculating and -Gustvus Adolphus vs Maalouer
t ti ot_____________thtu he stieloDN reinsz GCl e En gm 7elka end5 om ed 3crrandt Svit tvs. loS. r
Arfter oeats a couple of oldtiaers smuch of his old time skill. While Hause, 2 and 1i g th adtinin Hamilton vs. HSertord
re chosen to judge and post en- Hause consistently outdrove him Bill Lewis defeated Chaly of the judges. m Hampton Institute vs. Virinia St.
es are made for the price of from the tee, ngelke was deadly Louis, 3 and 1. th ate thi ae esr vs. i Stlae
the birds used-aend they are ofta with his second shots and h s wtch" etf the t h Nesirl Cross vs. .ostonl U.
Ieethe bestlcombination wboh er-dck -Houwn2Ston vs. ChtexaTh
enF pigeons. Braces are drawn onwo aun tegree .SeeondFitdve hoing15 r ndeso St.vs.aioMae
T hcomtefisresoti-he spot amid plenty of banter *'wrkr-herbs cminati-oun b -oustona vs. Westh
a r andf eAIn the second ight, Dr. Vei n P. Whitney defeated Freddy ithe 1iph na d L-GIllinois Norinal vs. Cnral Mech.a
andtheodral gs u r way, tpi one of his best games Huldtqulst 2 and 1 27.o udCarterohadywon t _decision Iowa State vs., kansau State
Infomalaebut could not cope with Al Gidi l MborEand defeated E. W. fore Jimmy first became chaind -o asyn vs. Ltoher
is plenty of opportunity to seec Nordstrom's steady game backed Bell 5 and 4. ion John Hlkns vs. hanro

how the youngster is coming a-o by a 17-handicap. Prier had to Al Nordstrom defeated Herb 1 Int tk thete fom hu aa vs. A riand
long, to observe the qualities or!mcofede oldstimeilh ilesed2and5.mithe ges
athe dog being considered for sir-a a lcon sffesihot trokves TeriLeidefeatedC 5 l Carter on a split decision at Kansas vs. S.M.U. iinaS
tin Bess' latter, to get in a bit off ran the h the shout-anlk e ve edl n Pr d tande.Bi Bosto n last June 29. And ube Kent State vs. Malinhall
training and to watch with nostal-: madersondaheout-ane th with the sod eitweethe3ne wi th ieH-Kentucky vs. Floridas
gia how st a a n ce h I y old Macw. went into the second nine all Dave Bell won from Mre unanimous verdict last night. ou vs.ST.Oaf
'sptamh penty tou eleven. Nordstrom finished with a French'by defaut. F chs e135poundi-llikno vLvs. Bke
Estandseupmehere'soeventhx-oLaughs v. BheCkll
asdthe. tactics which gave him his Leow & Clark vs. Chic State I
S- ( ib t NmA Service) yThe results: Raymond up. upset June victory over hufflin ncoq. M. vs. Teas Southern
Denny Freedman Anibau Galndo tdoefeated C. C. Leigh 8 and 6. hedtring ex-heamplon with an Lock Haven state vs. Cheynev St. i
A LaOAde,.. Coaches that prevented Carter from Louisiana Th. vs.N'w't'nlLouLN3)
D AosTArvhtSoforcing the fight. Carter wanted Lycomins vs. Drexl T.ch
UheoUn SATURnDAdY! WITH therscorea-orgoing Into Bud to back-pedal and become Moarslad St.' vs. No. Carilina Cot. s
the fourth quarter in 1926, 1 elect- MTI Toa long-range target '@for his Miami. 0. vs. Ohio U.t
....t.cwted to kick a field goal for Michi-' noteeodnn alDv Blfm bOoming right. Michigan Tech vs. Northland
ginagainstuIchlyol.dM-eBut Sanimithookpenity o la Dun-lMghcKoxm.l.St SO f,

standsupthere'sevnt8IeIt was good and I subsequently1 ishment before he wound up Michigan State vs. iflinoist
m toucd, own adwarn, 134.TfhtRei mai Milliken vs. Lake Forest I

hgComihg off the field, Fielding jsor aPIumonllsas vs. Missp ieg
*FuvYost asked me why I attempted ass -orMinniesot vs. Michispgn ue

"W.the score 3-0," i explain-1em an Misnoivi vs. Arkansa S t.
ed "I th d oughtwe might put the:Aka a ta i s Ma m


HAVE YOU SEEN THE COMPLETELY ALL NEW

1956 FORD
ASK FOR A DEMONSTRATION
TRADE NOW AT THE VERY BEGINNING OF THE
YEAR WHEN ALLOWANCES ARE'HIGHEST

COLPAN MOTORS
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THEATERS TONIGHT


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Montana vs. Ndw Meico
Mount Union vs. Wittenhure
x-Murry St. vs. Florence St.
New Hampshire vld BrandeiI
x-New Man. ArM vs. Cps. Christi
New 'Ma, Military vs. Adams St.
New Ma4. Weshte vs. Iat. Aris.
No. CMlina A&T n. Win.-Salem
North Central vs. Carroll
No. Dak. vs. Moorhead (Minn.) St.
Northeastern w. Massachusets
Northern I". vs. Wesern III.
x-No. Texas State. vs. Midwenteri
Nortbwtern vs. ldana
Oberlin vs. Ohio Wesleyan
Oklahoma vs. Colorado.,
Oregon St. vs. Washington St.
Otterbein vs. Marietta
Penn Military vs. Wags
Pennsylvania vI. Navy
Penn Stats vs. Hastings
Purdue v". Notre Dame
Iedlands vs. Pomona Claremont
Rennselaer vs. Middlebuer
Ripon vs. Lawrence
River Falh vs. Superior State
Rochester vs. Kings Point
Rutgers vs. Lehigh 4%
x-St. Ambrose vw Omaha
St. Lawrence vs. McMaster
t. Pars vs. Blnefieldl State
x-Sacramento St. vs. Santa Barbara
x-San Diego St. vs. San Diego NTQ
x-San Jose St. vs. College of Paeifle
Shaw vs. J. C., Smith-
Shippensburg vs. Montclair State
Slippery Rotk vs. Cal. (Pa.) State
South Carolina St. vs. Fort Valley
x-So. Dak. St. vs. No. Dak.St.
x-SE Louisiana vs. Arkansas State
S. F. Austin vs. SW Texas State
x-Stout Institute vs. Plattevll
Swarthmore vs. Uninus
Syracuse vs. Maryland
x-Tonn. State vs. Central State
Tennessee vr Dayton
x-Texas A&I vs. Sul Ross State
Texas A&M vs. Saylwor
Texas vs. Rice
Trenton vs. Wilkes
Tufts vs. Williams
x-Tulsa vs. Cincinnati
Union vs. Hobart
Upper Iowa vs. Wartburg
Upsala vs. Hoietra
Utah vs. Wyoming
x-Venderbilt vs. Middle Tenn. SIMh
Vermont vs. Norwich
Vilaneva vs. No. Carolina St
V.M.I. vs. Davidson
Virginia Tech vs. Virginia (4)
Wabash vs. Sowan-e
Wake Forest vs. North Carolina
Washington & J#ffonesn vs. Thiel
Wash. & Loee vs. Southw't'n Tong,
Washington vs. Stanford
Western Ky. St. vs. Tenn. Tech
Western Wash. vs. Southern Ore.
Western Mich. vs. Wash't'n Me.
c-We.t Tex. St. vs. Hardin-Simmene
xcWesi V gin!a St. vs. Morg' St. (5)
West Virlila vs. Penn Sktai
Wh p vi i .I
-Whr vs.
WhItworth vs. 0e0bhh Caluiihla
s-Wichita vs. Texas Wester
Williamet vs. Pacific U.
Wm. Mary vs. See. Washlngate
Wisconsin vs. Ohio Sftte
Wooster vw. Muskingum
Xavier, 0. vs. Youngstown
Yale vs. Colgate
Fotnotefs:
1-B ise. Ida.
2-Columbus. Ga.
B-Shreveport, La.
4-Roanoke. Va.
5-Washington, D. C.


Gene Mac Beats

Leaders Despite

Multiple !njurles
YONKERS, N.Y.-(NEA)-Few,
f any, harness horses have expert.
enced the ailments that Gene
Mac has suffered and recovered
is he has, not only to race but to
compete with the top free-for-all
rotters.
All four legs, plus a shoulder
have been the subject of medical
treatment for a good part of the
ast three years. But Pat Tuecco's
even-year-old black gelding has
:oml out of it sound enough to
rin seven of 20 races and more
tban $0m00 this year and twice
hat in his lifetime.


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PAGE NINE


Barbara. Bolinger Finds All-America's Wife Leads Lonely Life


FASHION NOTE--Here is the parade uniform for men ano
women of the United States team going to the Winter Olympics
at Cortina, Italy, Jan. 26-Feb. 5. The skiers and skaters will
wear a hooded white wool fleece duffer coat with red and blue
trim and 'avyAblue tapered worsted pants. These are to be
wo thairedmouton fur Alaskan cap woolen red whitt
Siu lae ck, sweater,; red wool mittens and socks.
m"nR ro0f-nav.yblue leather with white leather
tr andI4I r asteners. "a -I


by

JOE WILLIAMS

Barely is any mental strain or emotional distress Involved
when an amateur tenm player embraces the professional faith
Nine times out of 10 he's sImply making It oMfrial. .
Merier Beasley, the veteran tennis coach who invented
Frankie Parker, has stated that a first-class afateut who doesn't
mahe i12,000 a year Out of his game isn't hustling
In the light of this estimate it is not.ustrplng that some
of our amateurs never turn professional. They can't afford to.
As ai theltr custom, the high pets, of t0e U.S. Lawn en-
al as are weeping in their brevirie over the latest defec.-
tion. ThIn s understandable. They will ~nia Tony Trabort In
.1I Cip play ina the Nationals and, of curse, at the box of-
&,high prints to

g ssufficlsent et, the re's ttle doubt
Spro. On the way to the top, he has shar
onlyis strokes,, obut his buhine4atincts. I the
u 1Aet 0n08ly encouraged him to take money trnderthe
ibS y'l certainly made no realistic attempt to discourage
tim. I ey ad, the problem of the pseudo-amateur would have
been long ago.
It's a oss-upbeeen the TJSLTA and the AAN (track and
field) as to which runs the worse op in amateur sports. By
comparrison, as ha been noted here fore, the golf fathers make
them look wretchedly Inept and Indifferent.

THEIR BOY KRAMER
In examing the administrations of the tennis people it is
not alwasya w to d1iatlnguth between delinquency and saupid-
ity. Their attitude toward Kramer is a case In point. Apparent-
ly, he's one of their fair-haired boys.
STh* put him ,I charge of the Junior Davis Cup squad. They
sent hiSm to Australif to train our Cup team a year ago. They
sanctioned him as a telecaster for the matches here last month.
And yet this b the same gentleman wb# had a by-line piece
In a natIonal weekly In which he confessed to accepting money
under false pretenses. The piece was captioned, "I Was a -Paid
Amateur." The only surprising thing about it was that maga-
zine editors still seem to think this sort of material is news.
Still, considering the way the sport is conducted, it must be
agreed the tennis people couldn't have made a fjner choice than
4liar. Behr an ezeellent teacher, and, by his own admission,
an avid coin collector, our Junior Cuppers could hardly have been
In better hands.
Since amateur tennis... especially on the tournament level...
has never ranked high as a character builder, there was no good
reason to expect Kramer would shrink from making capital of
past hypoerisles. obviously, the climate In which he grew to
championship stature was not conducive to ethical awareness.
Fortwuately, there were compensations. Thanks to his early
t;ain9 g, he acquired a keen business sense, and the prospects
are he will make a wad of money out of young Trabert... who,A
in turn, is guaranteed to make no less than 175,000.

WITHOUT A FUTURE


There's a Faustian quality about pro tennis which precludes
any possibility of a fi.ture. Trabrt may open and close In one,
as they ay in the theater. Whether Kramer can sell him a
second time depends on circumstances. It's the type of promo-
tion that constantly calls for new faces.
Whatever became -of Frank Sedgman? He was Kramer's
feature attraction a year ao. After taes, Trabert's take-home
par won't go much over IS,000. Authoritative witnesses are
ready to tUt this Isn't timothy. A year from npw, though, it
might juSt a wel be a far as rpat bookings go.
In no ethe spet I the odu e ife ofa star a sodrastile
aly limited. Ted Williams has reached the pappy stage, yet he
Still gettingtop money as a baseball muscle man. Ben'Hogan
there anr 1-year men to five figure brackets.
'rabhet'e $7"N sounds big until you conailt the magnltude
b. es _liM-.. baymentg,. and "f th. e I "- d youed ng-
terhs what It tak l proftable U ee ahea.
Pro tennis offers no suchhopes. Vinnie Richards is one of
the few t m.oBt of it W d go on to bigger and brighter tl.ngs.
Big Bll oUne, perhaps the greatest of ill, died In squalidcir-
cunstaeM s.a Bu me faded into obs curity. esworth Vtia
i l-.- -foral va ing. You seldom hear Fred Perr ae nae
& bAs a proSaMon, mater tennis would seem to be much More
Inviting, It that,


SHAVE YOU SEEU THE COMPLETELY ALL NEW -

1956 FORD ,
AMKFOR A DEMONSTRATION
TRAD MIW AT THE VERY iE ONNt I OF THE
YEAR WHEN ALLOWANCES ARE HIGHEST .

i Ct.0 PAMH -:O -


Soph-Lcaded Mich. State


Starts ,New Grid Reign
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By HARRY GRAYSON time.
'.4 reliable Min nea p olis The other starting sophomore,
house made Notre Dame a 7-point Pat Burke, 20-6--200, breaks the
favorite over Michigan State. other side in two at right tackle.
But the Spartans slashing 21- Patrick also hails from Massa-
7 victory was haidly earth-shak- Chusetts, where he was graduated
Ing to these who keep close tab from Lawrence High in 1952 be-
,a college football. It was more fore winning All-State everything
disappointing thar surprising to at Staunton Military Academy of
the Irish coaches and scouts. Virginia.
Football men long since learned A third soph. right end Dave
not to pay too much attention to Kaiser, started against Notre
the mysterious weekly figures out. Dame, from which institution the
of Minngapolis. On this particular Alpena, Mich., lad transferred. He
afternoon, the Minneapolis price- excels at punting.
makers gave you their line on 33
games. Fifteen of their favorites EVERYTHING BAD happened
weas dumped and two were tied. tp Michigan State last autumn and
Michigan State graduated 17 let- more than a little of it was attrib-
tlr-winners, including the great uted to an inexperienced coaching
tailback, LeRoy Bolden, and en, staff.
Ellis Duckett, and two more gave The complex combination T and
up the game. single wing attack was built a-
But the holdovers came out of round Bolden, and two days be-
t season throughout which bad fore the opener with rugged Iowa
luck trailed East Lansing like a the extraordinary Uttit halfback
faithful hound, injured his knee running into a
And the sophomore class could goal post.
bt the best in the history of a
school that, in being taken over Under Daugherty for the first
by a new coaching s aff last fall, time, mighty Michigan State lost
had lost only two games in 35 six while winning three, dropped
during a period of four years. four games by a total margin of
-17 points. Notre Dame beat the
INDEED, NOT A FEW of those Spartans, for instance, by the
best acqainted with the situation margin of an extra point missed
see Duffy Daugherty launching by the same Gerry Planutis, who
another high-rolling reign at t- got hunk with the Irish the other
chigan State. afternoon.'
On the "road" trip to nearby When Michigan State tra l ed
Ann Arbor for the Michigan game, Michigan by a touchdown this fall
Just half of the 38 Spartans were after outstatisticking the Welver-
loplomores. Two peagreens start, lines all the way, Head Man
fve are second string and six Daugherty commenced to wonder
third. If his ill luck was going to hold.
Walter Kowalczyk-pronounced
Kow-all-chick-for example, is the But there are altogether too
fastest man on the squad. Kowal- many horses-young, junior and
elyk, 20-6-1-198, of Westfield, senior-at East Lansing, and now
Mass., was selected as the out- that he has beaten Notre Dame it
standing all round schoolboy ath- may be said that Duffy Daugherty
let in New England, held the has arrived.
Massachusetts 100-yard dash title. Beating-Notre Dame at. any
Playing at right halfback, he was time, you see, at once elects a
a blocker from Blockersvllle a- character builder to the Ancient
ginst Notre Dame and picked up Order of High Pressure College
yards carrying the ball 10 Coaches.


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Doesn't Get Rich


Even At Oklahoma
e-


(EDITOR'S NOTE: Barbara
Bolinger's husband is a 220-pound
package of bone wrecking .0
klaboma guard. Burly Bo is con-
sidered a certain Al-America. In
this exclusive NEA article, his
young wife tells what it's like to
be married to one.)
By BARBARA BOLINGER
Written for NEA Servine
~ -aAI~.'


NORMAN, Okla.(-NEA)-Have
you ever wondered what it takes
to make a football star?
Maybe I can tell you about it.
I'm married to one. His name is
Bo Bolinger and he is a guard
for Oklahoma.
If you believe that old poppy-
cock about a strong body and a
weak mind being the only requi-
sites, you couldn't be more wrong.


WINNER OF the recent company level bowling championship at Fort Kobbe is the 937th Engi-
neer company (IAGS). Receiving trophies from--Col. Robert E. Coffey, Post Commander, are
(1. Lo r.): MaJ. D. R. George, Company Commander; M/Sgt. James L. Adair, First Sergeant; and'
Sp-3 Robert, L. Hank. Sgt. Adair Is team, captain of both the company level championship
team and the post team which will represent Kobbe In the USARCARIB playofIs In November.
(U.S. Army photo)


Auburn's Ralph Jordan UP's


Football Coach-O f-The-Week


AUBURN, Ala.-(UP)-His op-
ponents had the best pass de-
fense In Dixie.
And he didn't have a very
good passer.
So he gambled desperately,
took to the airlines and won,
ending a frustration of 13
straight defeats by this same
rival.
He's the United Press coach of
the week, Ralph (Shug) Jordan
of the Auburn Plainsmen.
That 14-12 victory over Geor-
gia Tech's Engineers Saturday
was the sweetest In a lifetime
for a fellow who got his hick-
name because as a boy he liked
to chomp on sugar cane stalks
in the fields around his native
Selma, Ala.
"I figured we had to do some-
ln totally unexpected if we
n to win," Maid ordan. "I
sided a few pUMs might tumn
Tle trick.'
Bob Dodd
putnhwor tihtoe m that
Sof the A b
T e n a power


meft, Of qua r-a

An quail"
obs" 3W.


Jordan said all of the credit !on the road to the first South-
had to go to Tubbs. "It took eastern Conference champion-
real guts to throw into a fine ship in Its history. If the Plains-
defense like Tech's," he said. men win It they will go to the
"It is something we never Sugar Bowl. Thus ar theyhave
could do before." won three games and tied Ken-
The victory put Auburn well tucky.-
.....,_ .


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CLASSIC LEAGUE
Thanks to a shut-out victory
y Semour Agency over the
oltel I Panamu -=etaurante
skobf ineud their lead in
the 0l a League to four
pnsf T .ls the-seAond week
In aroa w t otel i Panuama
haM a to win a point. Bey-
Age seOred aO 19for
in the leaue
MMU116m m a Harry
lbemO, eymod ur Agen-
Oa. For W iPanma It was

a e nd _


Colbert .. 191 228 195 614
944 1013 962 2919
HOTEL EL PANAMA
Wllber 205 215 173 53B
Fee .r 201 219 189 90
MClarty 148 168 453
Bowen ... 181 163 147
Coffey .208 285 '210 65
94 8 1000 8 28U
Bud aleer with tl1 and ROm
Welch with 608 offset the flae
"I scored by Earle Best of Auw-
tin-Nash and RestaurantO w
chef walked off with a three mto
one win.


ig -..- .ia m -
N~~ a..jy


You don't become an outstanding
plaucr unless you have a quick
mind. The winne- in football is
the one who outsmarts the other
fellow.
Desire to play Is another neces-
sity. Since I met Bo, two years
ago, I've gotten to know many
players, including such All-Amer-
icas as J. D. Roberts, Kurt Burris
and Max Boydston. All would
rather play football than do any-
thing else.
When he isn t playing, Bo is
thinking about it. Before I had my
baby recently, he was in a quan-
dary about the problem of naming
his heir after six of his most inti-
mate friends on the team. He
tried for an hour one night to fig-
ure out a name that would have
the first letter of each of their
names in it.
I was afraid the baby would
wind up with six given names, so
I settled the whole thing having a
girl.


him. Everyone wanted to meet There is a great comradeship a-
him when we went there I a st mong Oklahoma players. Almost
spring. When we got out of every one of them has ,site-, our
church there was a long line of home.
people who wanted to shake his Women talk about playing see-
hand. ond fiddle to their husband's work
You'd have thought he was the or hobby. Well, it's certainly true
minister. sin the case of a girl married to
There are usually two or more .-. football star
players around hor house when- I'd sure hate to ask Bo to make
ever Bo is home. The main topic a choice between f o o t b a 11 and
of conversation is the next game. me.


Tigers In Final Home Stand

At Mt. Hope Tomorrow Night


The final 1955 home appear- one of the most surprising addi-
ance of the Cristobal High School tions to the J.C. roster, having al.
gridders is scheduled f o r Mt. ready established himself as the
Hope tomorrow night. Kick o f f "lead" man in the absence of Mc-
time is 7 o'clock and th1e team Keown. It was a pair of Mantova-'
they will face in an effort to keep nie's passes that accounted f or
alive hopes of a football cham- the score against Cristobal in
pionship for 1955, is C. Z. Junior their first outing and this J. C.
College. halfback has been a driving force
I Three weeks ago at Balboa Sta- in his team's ground attack. Bill
dium, this Junior College eleven Maloney will fill the other half-.
are radutee.oecme 1-- 11-i + nri +I -II 1. er A AIf- JWKSu.am io ooaz.Maui4&


are graduated, became Cristooal s first i n t er back slot and Allopsu BlacKal is
scholastic victims in three years listed as starter at fullback.
I kept thinking of the tight budg- at which time the Pacific side e
et Bo and I were going to adhere fans were treated to a thrilling Thus far junior College has st-
a in order to make a go of it 7 to 6 contest. On the strength of fered a pair of interscholastic de"
until he graduates. their past performances no favor- feats, one each against Cristobal
ite has been posted and both and Balboa and therefr-e does
The worst thing about being teams are conceded and equal not figure too prominently for a
married to a football player, how- chance of taking home the victo- repeat performance on their '51
ever, is the constant worry that ry. championship. Cristobal has a .509
he might receive a permanent in average, one win over J. C. ap4
jury. Whenever an Oklahoma In addition to their 7 to 6 los$ last Friday's defeat against al-
player doesn't in my stomach un' against C;H.S. JuniorCollege has boa ahd I tidty dlin take thitf ta
til I spot Bo and know it isn't him.also been victim of the ravaging tomorrow they will eye with, li
Balboa Bulldogs by a 19 to 6 xiety their scheduled game agap
It's worse when the team is count. At that, though, they fared Balboa on Oct. 28th in anr effrt-
playing away from home and the better than did the Tigers w ho to become co-champions as they
radio announcer says Bo has been last week suffered a 27 to 0 loss did four years ago.
hurt. Even if he gets back in the at the hands of the overwhelming
game I can never be sure he's all favorites for 1955. Tonight's game, thee fore,
right until I see him. Believe me Jimmy McKeown star J.C. looms important for the Ti!er-
I know how expectant fathers feel half-back who tried vainly to and the Gold Coast fans can look
when they are pacing the hospital come back after his Jamboree in- forward to som- eviti" ')Ot-
floor. jury, will definitely be out of this ball when Cristobal or Junior Col-
one. And for Cristobal there is lege kicks 0o at 7 o'clock tomor
But being married to a football one big and important "if." Kai- row night.
player has its good points, too. ser Bazan has come hp with a
It's wonderful to hear people say Charleyy horse' in his left l e g
nice things about him and read and has been confined to the heat Todov Encanto .5 .5S
similar things. lamp and light work-outs for the W..OO!
Whh, .. atIa. past two days. The entire Cristo- WAHOO! $115.00
When people find out that Iam ibal offense is built around t h i s Van Johnon. in
Bo's wife they always are esp- chunky and hard-driving fullback. "Men of The Fighting Lady"
call nice to me. In my home If Bazan is unable to play a Elizabeth Taylor. in
town of CarlsbadN. M., I amfull game tomorrow night Cristo- "JULA M EHAVES"
practically a celebrity becauseof ball's chances will become serious- JULIA MIS
--- ly lessened and Junior College
will. probably hold a slight edge Todc", IDEAL .20 .10
KansaS Cut Had in pre-game predictioss. Lamoine Jennifer Jones, in
Werlein has been filling in for the P TRAT O EN
ailing Tiger star and though this "PORTRAIT OF JENNIE"
The Riht D0pe Cristobal gridder figures to be, John Wa:,ne. in
better than average, they v, i I THREE FACES WEST"
sorely feel the loss of Bazan THREE FACES WEST
LAWRENCE, Kans.-(NEA Lambert Montovanl has been
t d Okla-


wayne Rei loge scoue u vi,
homa for Kansas, and turned in
his report of the Texas game.
Instead of the usual diagrams
jnd personnel n o t a t i o n s. Rep-
bgle's report was a hand drawn
picture of an Indian. one hand
raised, saying "How?"
"That means how you g o n n a
beat 'em," Replogle said to his
Kansas associates.

STRICTLY GOALIE
Hanover, N. H. (NEA)-Cle-
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A lot of girls probably have the
idea that being married to a fa-
mous football player is about the
nicest thing that could happen to
them.
The fact is, it is a lonely life.
Between classes, practice ses-
sions and, team meetings, I am
lucky to see Bo a couple of hours
a day from the start of fall prac-
tice in August until the season
tnds in November-or, this year,
we hope it won't be until after the
Orange Bowl game on New Yer's
Day.
WhenBo does get home, he
spends most of his time studying.
That's why I got burned up one
day last spring when a woman,
sitting behind me in a bus start-
ed giving the person with her the
"inside" story about how players
at Oklahoma get $5000 a month
and the promise of a $10,000 job
with an oil company after they


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TSHIRWATOCTOBER SO, 1855









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carib bean


Series


May


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Ca...


Off


Senezuela Joins

'uba In Protest

Of Roebuck Case
SOW YORK, Oct. So (UP)-
S '5e YVenesuelan Professional
S ieball Asociaton today an-
ounced that they have joined
SCuban Winter League In
W protest over the case of
S tcheor Ed Roebuck. Cuba
'teatens to withdraw from
the Caribbean Series if Roe-
,. Ik is not returned to them.
.Roebuck, who is on the re-
.I1ve list of the Cuban League,
"-1as Been signed by a Puerto
S fican League team.
Luis Blanco Chataing, Vene-
elan League representative
f$ the United States, made the
announcement of his country's
' positionn on the issue.
: "The protest," said Blanco
Sfhatailn. "will be sent to Ca-


AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSvAPER



Panama Amwrrcan

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

31st TEAR PANAMA, P., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1955


Dulles- Confers


With


Eisenhower


Flying To Big Four Parley


kIbbean Conference President DENVER, Oct. 20 (UP) issues and who has given me a west. This Is the fourth ite i on
tmul Arango and Senator Er- President Eisenhower gave Sec- full and comprehensive mandate the agenda at Geneva.
esto J. Fonklas, president of retary of State John Foster to speak out for our nation at Du les said that on his way
.e Puerto Rican League and Dulles his final words of coun- that conference," Dulles said. to Geneva, he will stop at
Interested party Ito the Roe- sel and advice yesterday on the He said he does think the Ge- Rome for conference with top
epck case." imminent Big Four foreign min- neva conference will accomplish Italian leaders, and the Pres-
sisters' conference and sent him certain results, among them ident is heartily in favor of
.x .Wi. W ee foff to Geneva with the "meas- "concrete progress toward the this.
W p red hope" that the talks will reunification of Germany with- Dr. Milton Elsenhower, the
X- i eeps accomplish something. in a framework of European se- -
The President, sleeping and curity."
eating well, and continuing a "I do not expect that Germa- NeW Federal Cuts
smooth recovery from his heart ny will be reunified within the
As i ~Death Comesl attack, conferred with Dulles next month, but I expect some
A., k ub, v.---- for 25 minutes at Fitzsimons Ar- of the obstacles to that unifica- I Employment Seen
mv Hospital, tion to be cleared away," he _
-- l || Jli | Dulles held a news conference said. D UA A mn
ShJohn Hodia K and then took off for Washing- As for disarmament, he said By House ,llllll
ton. He said he and the Presl- "the talks we will have...will WASHINGTON, Oct 20 (UP)
*..dent hold a "measured hope" clear away some of the misun- -Chairman James C. Davis of a
U p) that the Big Four foreign min- derstandings that seem to have House s-ubcomittee on govern-
HOLLYWOOD, Oct. 20 (UP) en sters' meeting, beginning Oct. arisen." He also predicted "con- ment manpower yesterday fore-
.-Tohn Hodiak, ap a r ently 27, will accomplish something create progress" on increasing nin federal employ
healthy but suffering from high concrete. He was especially 'contacts between East and d ne cuts mp oy
atack at the age of only 41 i in a d a rer The Georgia Democrat said he
Wis bathroom yesterday. change of visitors between East exeplccs Pai" Co. the rl teaeandta
eted byf the Army because or After Dulles left hm the Defense Secretary Charles E.
rk at 20th Stu- wheel chain and push T Work On 40e .dmhose
when hesudsdenly dropped sun terrace, where heMstayed for Di sec by 8 ,00 esons.
razor and collapsed at 6:50 30 minutes relaxing. Mrs. Eisen- avscne nded son's
..howerjoined him. "am a Apatmenls action. He said it was in line
deathh was instantaneous from wer Jo ed r with a recommendation his sub-
Corobary thrombosis An afternoon medical bulle- The Tropical Paint Compny committee made to age n c y
._U after, Mrs. Anne Sliva, Ui, which reviewed the meeting with an offer of $875, was heads on Oct. 12. Among other
with whom he was living In a' with Dulles and his stay on the parent low bidder on the in things, the subcommittee asked
ia Fernando Valle home, sun terrace, said: "The Presi- terror .painting of 14 Panama the agencies to restrict hiring to
heard od5ak fall and rushed dent's condition continues to Canal apartments in Gambon the "absolute minimum."
into the bathroom to find the progress satisfactorily without Bids on the work were open- "The basis, of course, for all
gctor on the floor. complications. After an excel- ed Wednesday morning in the of this attempt at reduction In
friends amd family, stun- lent night's sleep of rine hours, Balboa Heights Administration expenditures for civilian per-
j ...by the death, termed him the President awoke refreshed Building. Five other paint con- sonnel now amounting in excess
1 heaIthL But ,nedfcal and in a good mQod ....ls tractors entered offer on the of bllO.,.d*os Is yei.t
-- ohtm explained 31ek had 5"h __ ex"m"'inatohed prn.ojec -.d_ ba t .mioy qan, de
WS strikes agatt him-a tha is pulse and blood pl'esture The Gamboa apartments are areductn eintaxes4" dai
S family heart historyy and continue to be normal..." part of a group of 40 apart a reduction taxes." Dav
Ih blood presre.* ments located in Gamboa which said-
dib father 'is partially Dr. Paul Dulley White, the are being made available for use Davis heads a poat office and I
paralyzed from a heartattack famous Boton Heart speclalaUst by personnel of the U. ~. U Army Civ service subcmmindttee on
and susceptibility to heart trou- and Col. Thomas Mattingly of Bids for the interior painting manpower utilization and de- d
b .e is inherited, doctors explain- Walter Reed Hospital, Washing- of a second and third group partmental personnel manage-
ton, will return to Denver Sat- of quarters will be opened ment. c
ter, wept when informed of his condition. Balboa Heights. Lowest Bid e
death. She agreed he had a by- t r OWeSt d e
pertensive person nalityd and After his conference with The work will Include the t
Mimed the tragedy on the fact the chlef executive, Dulles told painting of all walls and trim For P hinting JOb
dtook things hardynste newsmen he expects no "spe- the cleaning of stain -worn of
"He was one of the most sen- r at Geneva but areas, and the varnishng of all Made By Coffey
sltive persons I've known," she any results at all would floors. In some apartments, the An apparent low -ffer of $380 1
said. "He was hurt inside by mark an advance on most if ceiling also will receive a coat was made by W. T. Coffey on a
many, many things. no es with the Soviet Uonferenc- of paint. the interior paitnin df three o
"I feel dreadful. e was a e w te tSo t th nm Cnl pa ents lo- r
magnificent husband, a ender "I go to Geneva with the as- Paint contractors were asked tana ma Canal parents -and e
and loving father and a far surance that I have behind me Wednesday morning to expedite ed in Gamboa, Ancon and e
mo brilliant and sensitive ac- President who fully knows the work as soon as possible. ednesdamornine Balboa
tor than anybody knew. He nev-Ih
wate d hur t anybody, and did. Other bids ranging from $450 d
"U have the deepest respect i to $1,350 were entered by five se
a"I love for him." iPRICES:- .75 and .40 other local paint contractors.
Death caught up with Hodlak paintP paartmentch lerncluded on the P
as phe was enjoying some Qf the;
s TODAY Gamboa; No. 0552-B in Ancon "
top throlstage and i n fls 15-yems ana 5:05. 7:05 9:05 p.m. and No. 750-D In Balboa. 0o
teevision.,. r
His most recent film, "Trial,- W m m m mI
In which he lays a prosecuting
attorney, just had opened a- I U
closs the nation and was slated
t6' be one of the most talked- 60c
- about-pictures of the year. I 6kcl-
.Be was scheduled to appear in
a.CBS-TV "spectacular" Nov. 19,h
"The Caine Mutiny Court-mar- A TEN TI
Vt~" -a stage role that brought
1m= acclaim. His final TV ap-c
M -ance came last Sunday AN ADVC U TN
when he appeared on "The Lor-
etta Young Show."k
Nodlak current was working F
Ap "On the Threshold of SpaceX
at "'ox Studio. but the picture
as be finished without him.
Tt6cally, he portrayed Lt. Col.
Stapp, famed Air ForcG
ca.uen who tested the strain
r eket sleds on the human


itak's friends pointed out
Ia a quiet life and "took
I care of himself." Since his
rce from film queen Anne
Wr, Jan. 27, 1953, he had not
Involved in any altar-
id romances.
he dark-haired a t or's
th stunned the film colony,
ady hit by the recent
Hu fa the prime of life of
m Ball, Carmen Miranda,
Wrt Francis and James
U.
dales his sister, Hodlak
with his parents, Mr. and
Walter Hodiak, and a
Wur, Walter Jr.
dik was a Pittaburth coal


a


President's brother and presi-
dent of Pennsylvania State Uni-
versity; Dillon B. Anderson, the
President's assistant for nation-
al security, and Assistant Secre-
tary of State Levingston T.
Merchant flew with Dulles.
Dulles will confer tomorrow
with the congressional leaders
of both parties and take off
Friday for Rome, en route to
Geneva. He expects the Geneva
conference to last about three


weeks.
Dulles indicated the Presiden
may have something to say a
bout the conference around Oct
27, when it convenes.
In that respect, he said th
President has not decided ye
exactly what to do. He is turn
Ing the matter over in his min
and considering what he migh
do that would help. If he ha
anything to say, it is expected
to be in the form of a statement
to Dulles.
Dulles saw the President i
Denver about a week ago, and
so was able to compare the wa:
he looked then and the way hi
looks now. He said-yesterday hi
found "very distinct evidence
of more vigorous health and
more evidence of physical ro
business" in the chief executive

South Vietnam Army
Throws Its Weight

Behind Ngo ima
SAwG=N, Indochina,. bet. Vw
(UP).-The South Vietnam army
hrew its weight and power be-
ind Premier Ngo Dinh Diem to-
lay on the eve of Sunday's ple-
iscite in which the country will
choose between Diem and absen-
te playboy Emperor Bao Dal.
Army support virtually assur-
d that the premier would win
he plebiscite in a walkover.
(In Paris, 43-year-old Bao Dai
was reported ready to form an
opposition government following
his "firing" of Diem 48 hours
go. The round-faced emperor
if Annam charged that Sunday's
referendum was "pre-fabricat-
d.")
The army adopted a motion
ast night which asked for Bao
Dal's dethronement, the with-
rawal of his civic rights and the
seizure of his property.
It called for the elevation of
premier Diem to the dignity of
resident of the republic with a
mission of guiding the people
n the road to democracy."
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Segregation iinconsfitufional


In Florida's Public Schools
TALLAHASSEE Flai Oct.20- written by Justice B. K. the of "sepaae ad equal
ICourt ruled ye seday that elre- Jsi ce -. Sebrin and Eld- had been clearly abolnhed rby the
nation u the tal publl sch w Thomasgreed with the m sa- U. S. Court bu hat the states
is not co itutional, but gave ed- t pin outlawng egre- were given all the tim needed t
ucatioocials several onths to but wrote .a separate opinion make the transon.
preare for mixed enrollment of S whih they said the integron e transition inescapable
The deals the second b yes.houl be accomplished mmedi- duty to abide by this decision,"
State Supreme Court in the Court'delson without re ard the dlcia seon said. the
Deep South that fully s sorts any Ineonveniences it mightcade recognized the effect of integrat-
the segregton or ders t the state or the university. ed schools on the public welfare
U. S. Supreme Court. TJh a T 'r--e .although c-e as well asthe possiblimy ofa Rub.
sown sigioar t"-- la wndeek d .n. --fwy lie mischief" must be taken into
donasi milat w ruling eas wek. cwm the majority opinion, consideration
The. court's ruling was general- wrote wn opinion n in which "We adopt thi. procedure.the
ly accepted as the "law of the he dl ,aecp .segrega- eurt said, "to tkproedure t that we
land" by most state officials Umn. Masn ot gt universe. a urt sain jdictio effect that we i
Chairman Fred Event of the paid the IU. Saree Court perjo of transition souri that we
State Board of Control, which gov- d"ided nla effeed that "God wa properlyd o take into that account
erns the state's higher education in, ;rro SAd must be reversed." theay ublicrpey ae interot as well asccounthe
system, promised the board would "Segregtiozi i and has al- personal interest as well akins thein
"comply carefully with all pro- ways bei.the uVyin law of the elimination such aw obstace
State visions of the decision the alid. kingdom, Tefell as otherwise mi impede a sys-
tailey hailooed t he ruling as said. emac and effelve.transition to
Bailey hailed the ruling as a deor- 'wlha God created man. he al-I theac hm6nt of the results
cision that "may preserve the or-uloted each iace to his o conti- ordered, by he U.S. Supreme
dearly functioning., f our public neat, acdordigqg to color.- Court."
Former Gov. ll er WarrenI But, a said Florida cannot es-
summed up most reaction in s cape td- seregated schools in
brief statement: "We must accept f u of tung e Iu e Court atle Le gue
it as the supreme law."b t nh -o-r .rican in charge
S The decision, although direct The court majority said the old -
ly concerned with the admission ,e ,
of one Negro the University of Boy. .
Florida Law School, sets the An lans R lae d o
pattern for similar cases in all
tax-supported school of Florida. exp ee am m
Five of seven State Supreme a rn m ope on e Nine boys and 12 [lrJe AI- .
Court justices signed the majori- -- ng a set of tw;ns wr3 ,- rt
ty opinion. G -orgas Hospital during, itr:,r. c
The decision sale the Universi- ot On U.S. I. Lending at midnight Oct. 1' -
ty of Florida codul now refuse cording to the weekly hc '-'
lawfully to enroll Virgil D. Haw- ENEVA Swierand Oct. 20 report Twin girls were to
kins, a 48-year-old Negro of Lay-_ G ad, itnzer antd 'n o MOr. and Mrs. A. A. Coy. of '
ton Beach, merely because he is -(UP)-- Comm unit China to- During th e week. 11 p
a Negro and because equal faci- day announced the release of re admitted and 197 wer ci-
lities are available at another two more erlcan natitonals" c-harged.
state school for Negroes. but United states officials said Tlh..e names and -ldr:_ .
But by the majority opinion, the they are noton the list of de- the parents of the boy t3 3
court appoint Circuit Judge A. H. tailed Americans_ whose free- were: Cpl. and Mrs. C. Orti -.f
MuNerhree of Grinesvill e o take dom s being ne stated here. Panama City; MrSg. nd Mrs. D
testimony from Hawkins and thel. enlvoy U. Alexia JohnsonTyler, of Fort Kob e"; Sgt. an
State Board of Control to deter-is expected to ask for informa- Mrs. L. GOrigg, of Locona; ..
mine the most feasible way and tkWon th e two Americais dur- and Mrs. H. D Hernandez, Cfc
the earliest date integration of ng the 2nd session of the I Pana City; Mr. an Mrs. F. R.
Negroes and whites may be ef- no American ambassadorial Hardrm, of Locona; Sgt. and Mrs.
fe. talks. The session opened short- R. L. O'Brien of A.abrook; Sg.
Judge urphree was ordered to y after PeliF V. an M r P. W t ro o

After studying the testmoy, slin to leave Communist China.UPa ma City, and Mr. and Mrs
the state courIt will determine the The bradcaat, monitored In G.lUrriola, oft Chelibre. .
best time for Hawkins.and other LIondaon,ident led the Couple as in S. werd Mrs. to e A. o, fw-
Negroes to nlbll In schools nowi "Louis He.nkel and his wife, Mrs. Loona Mr. and J. A. F, o
operation for white children only. L. A. i nkel. ..two nationals o'thwalt,. ofPao so; M r. and
"tc r .SO te w atie O -aroi, oItl and
_Tisirl SShake You 5;
Mms. R. L. Krantz, O ma
HIC 00, Oct. 20 (tiP)-e- Ci ;. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Cox, of
JudgeSill- .th.Rdlo Corp. todly intro. on; Lt. and Mrs. P.M. MuAoz,
duceda new kind of alarm clock of Fort Clayton; Mr. and Mrs. 8.
-on fr persons who are h a r d of Alfaro, of Panama.City; Cpl. and
Lawyel J Wou I l hearing. Mrs. F, W. Kelly, Jr., of Locona,
i and Mrs. and Dr. D. B. Porter, of
Now Saidis a wrist watch with a e. Panama City.
ie al vibrating back, next tohe
Dr ,skin. ] BALBOA TIDES
Superior Court Judp DariobA
Gonzalez was still under a st The vibrator arouses the slDep- FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21
this morning whlle Dist. Aty. er through the sense of toucb, HIGH LOW
parlos A. Lopez gathered all tW1 rather than the sense of hear- 6:46 a.m. 0:46 a.m.
ts ,-tf ardrav's ahootinge f Ing. .:4 7a-= -- .. ,-


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attorney irgillo Tejada I na ""
by Gonzalez.
Gonzalez pulled a gun and if m m
shot three times at the lawyer_ TODAY 1:1 -3:10 5:05 -
after a brief exchange ofCwords /0 A i 8 11 -. : M. 5 -
in the secretariat of the buil d-0
'MK whichhouses the hd e's 75c. 40e
once. ENTRA
All three bullet fired A alose
range hit Tejada Luna, who wasm AsT'OM *m wn n-
also beaten over the head withA. Im... INTRIGUE RELEASE!
the gun barrel as he grappled i
with the judge.
onzalez said he pulled the A M W A
gun and fired because the at- BYL V
torney made a motion as 1r to
draw a weapon. This action fol- WEI ISM .N
lowed the Judge's attempt, to .
et some satisfaction from Te-
ada Luna for published slurs .
against the Judge's character.
Gonzalez said the lawyer told
him he could take them any way ,
he wanted to. 'J
Ball will be fixed for GonMa-,
lez, who can only be tried by j
the Supreme Court, when the '
D.A. has gathered all the facts
of the case, and when the cor- '
oner has diagnosed the possible
length of incapacitation Tejada -
Luna will suffer. n
The coroner was scheduled to ,
examine the lawyer this after-
noon.
Although reported in no dan-
ger yesterday, Tejada Luna's
condition was described as dell- i i
cate today, with reports that IM l
several transfusions have been U,
made. I
All three of the lawyer'sm
wounds were superficial but he
is said to have lost a lot of
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