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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Place of Publication:
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daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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California's Knight Warns

GOPMust Woo Labor Vote

ATTENDS CHURCH-- An unsmiling Princess Margaret returns
J thoe AlanbayParl country home of he cousin, Mrs. John
Wills, after attending church services at Windsor, England.

Archbishop, Premier Confer;

Likewise Margaret, Townsend

LONDON, Oct. 22 (UP) -Prin- belief that she will choose to mar-
cess Margaret and RAF Group ry the airman who is 15 years
Capt. Peter Townsend resumed older than she is.
their romance last night w it h
their eighth meeting in nine days. Royal family opposition to the
They went separately to the marriage appeared inplicit in the
home of a friend, after a day fact that wnsend was not in-
Margaret had given over to of- vited yesterday to attend the un-
ftcial duties while Townsend stay- veiling of a statue of the I ate
ed in hbs apartment. KIg George VI in Carlto Gar-
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NEW YORK, .Oct. 22 (UP)
Callfornia Gov. Goodwin J.
Kighit warned ,'publicans last
alght they must woo the labor
and independent .vote next year
by following President ,Elsae-
hower's "down-the-center" path
or lose the Presidency.
Knight, who said earlier yes-
terday he would seek his State';
"favorite son" designation to
the National GOP Convention if
President Eisenhower does not
run, spoke last night to the Na-
tional Republican Club.
"If we Republicans should
fall to earn the continued sup-
part ef the independent vot-
en," Knight said, "the only
way we will see the inside of
the White House during the
next generation will be on a
guided tour."
Knight told the GOP, meeting
that the labor vote was largely
responsible for President Elsen-
hower's 1952 election victory and
urged, the party to invite the
support of labor by avoiding a
oath which leads too far to the
left or too far 'to the right.
He said the Democratic party
has spread "falbe propaganda"
that it is the party of labor. He
said such contentions by the
Democrats are "bald-faced" un-
In an interview with news-
men before the dinner, Knight
would not o"dIrm reports
that he opposed he nomina-
tion of Vice reent Nixon,

also a Californian, as the Re-
,blican presidential candi-
Knight said only that he would
support Nixon if President
Uisenhower recommended Nix-
on's nomination and if the con-
vention.-chose Nixon as its no-
Knight said any delegation he
headed would be "free and open
and rot committed to the.ambi-
tions of any one man."
Bur Knight said that as Gov-
ernor he would head California's.
delegation to the GOP National
Con-ention even if it was pledg-
ed to Nixon.

Body Of Dr.,Davlla

Due At Albrook

En Route To Chile
The body of Dr. Carlos Davila
is aboard a U.S. Air Force C-54
scheduled to land at Albrook
tonight at 8:20 for a short stop
before proceeding to its destin-
ation: Santiago, Chile.
The remains of the late Sec-
retary General of the Organiza-
tion of American States are he-
ing accompanied by his widow
and three daughters.
The plane left Andrews Air
Force Base near Washington
after sympathetic f a r wells
were made by diplomats a d
other frientis of the e of .
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US Willing To Go Half Way

To Epse.East-West Tensions,

-Secretary of State Job Fos-
ter Dulles indicated yesterday
the United States Is willing to
go half way-and perhaps a lit-
tle more-in seeking agreements
with Russia to East Eslt-West
In a statement issued just be-
fore taking off Ao the Geneva
foreign ministers meeting with
Rtussia, Dullebssaid "real concilia-
tion and some giving on e c h
side" will be' necessary if t h e
conference is to produce results.
"The United States delegation
will act in that spirit," he said.
At the same time, Dulles warn-
ed, that "many high (iopes" for
peace 'will have to'be discarded"
unless the Geneva conference can
build on the foundation construct-
ed earlier at Geneva by President
Eisenhower and the B ritish,
French and Russian c hi e f s of
"If as 'I believe, we can build
on the foundation, been modestly,
then it will be good for all the
world and we can look 'to the fu-
ture with renewed confidence,"
Dulles added.
The secretary, who sail he went
to Geneva with the backing of
President Eisenhower, top c o n-
gressional leaders and. "I believe
of our people," said this country
will seek specific agreements on
German unity, European security
and reducing East-West tensions.
Underscori g 1s .de to en-
ter into te tI wAss alm a in
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"Fortunately, security for Rus-
sians is not inconsistent with jus"- -- H a dJ -
tice for Germans," he added.
"Indeed, we doubt that in the
long run security is ever gained
by perpetuating a grave injustice
Dulles and his French and Brit-
ish counterparts at Geneva face
the delicate and difficult talk of
coming up with a European se-
curity system which Russia will
accept in return for reunification ev aw^ *mb^ my.n l
o. East and West Germany.
In addition to German unity 4
and a European security sys- 0 -
tem, Dulles said the Un cited
States is "ready to promote WASHINGTON, Oct. 22 (UP) President 9
contracts betwe a East and shower will be in close touch with Secretary of State
West which will advance under, hoe
standing and fellowship and the Foster Dulles if any quick, momentous decisions are
cause of peace." I
At the same time, he said he essary during the Geneva Big Four conference.
realized the conference "has seri- Dulles left for Europe last night after pledging that
foundations for it were built by the United States will try to meet Russia half-way in set
the heads of government them- tling key cold war problems at the Geneva meeting be" 7
s"elwe cannot build on thba t ning Oct. 27.
foundation," he said, "then many But he warned that high hopes for the confer"
high hopes will have to be dis will have to be discarded' unless modest progress
Dulles thus underscored what made on the peace foundation laid last July at theti
diplomats have been saying a 11 ummit m ting.
along-that Geneva will be the Four s
"acid test" of Soviet professions The secretary expressed his confidence, however, t
ofness and to erase the bitter-ngs of progress will be made at the new Geneva meeting o;
past decade and chart'a path to- ropean security, German unity, disarmament and t*W '
ward peace. ing of East-West. barriers.
A ,I l Dulles said Mr. Eisenhower legislation to make It a
rn OS Wrig h would receive daily reports from final offense toinvgde
% Geneva as the meeting with So- vacy of a deliberating jury
S'-viet. British and French foreign was the outgrowth of a
ministers progresses. recording of a jury's
.'ll be sending in daily c6nfl- tons by a nlveralty of
ay 7 .ana IPr: d dentlil cables 6 the Department re arch._ '

re iat s f hit Queen Elizabeth spoke at theCb d ti Y '
S !d.nd ch rt unveiling of how her father .en- w thin few hours afr D-
tae rgr ijoyed "the blessi" of .a hapy vil 's dfath last Wednesday
Towtead. family life a h'fe foundedJ in SINGAPORE, Oet. 22--UP)- the U.S. State and Defense De-
Christian faith and perfect love." Cambodia will hot become a partmenta had approved the use
TownsendaWd agaret w a t member of the Southeast Asia of-an Air Force plane to trans-
separately by car to No. 4, St. The Queen mentioned his "un- Treaty Organization because it for the remains of -the distin-
Leonard's Terrace to the apart- remitting service" to his, country, wouldmean abandonment of Its guished statesman and journal-
ment of a&friend. "He irked no task, 'however strict poly of neutrality. ist to his homeland for inter-
The London telephone directory difficult, and to the end he never This emphatic at a t ementament.

The datddre owing a gay par. Ath,Cambodia chief delegate suggested pontas relative u s from any
t The trsdy t thatseemed very secret on the to the concluded Colombo John C. Dreer, U. Amba dor
contilrast to her r more opened Margaret stood quietly by dur- Plan confer memberence n Singapore. to the AS and the United
meetings with the airman the ng the speech, dressed warmly "our present policybe bone of States government alved all
Nobody professed to- see t b e In a heavy coat, but with a ti- strict neutrality," Huot told usual formalities in prder to fa-
Princess arrive Prime Min hat against the raw, rainy United pre n an exact h e in- lltate arrange. -15 milets and se-
weather terview lieve Dav y that's relatives from any
The date4-following a gay par- "We don't think we can be a unnecessary strain.
appty rs night that wt on In the Royal tradion xe member of SEATO By becoming
until after am. yes terhop, showed no feelings in public a member we shall be abandon- About 80 personwemake a stop at Talara, Peru,
combined *1, the cail of the Townsend, during the ceremony, ing our neutrality," he said. Air Base,-15 miles from Wash-
Archbis re at4the Prime Mi. .stayed in his flat at Lowndes Asked whether he considered ington, to pay their last respects
laf the r' ne for a decision was Square. Cambodia in the orbit of de- to the distinguished Chilean.
pp-lsg Ah o ... fense of the SEATO nations. The plane, which will also
*)ffic hefiA b who Fast HUOT, who also is Minister Of make a stop at Talara, Peru,
dined w1tvMuargaret and the rest Health and Information, re- before arriving at its destina-
of the Royal f mily Wednesday MOBLE, Ala., Oct. 22 (U )- lied that "we are not a mem- tion, is sche uled to. land in
i h MOtEt a mer of SEATO is ,difficult Santiago tomorrow night.
pointUnent of bishops to V a a at .Dbe ouglasBerden amo- s"
seats in the Church.of.EnglandIcame the second Alabama wo- Huot said there is no Corn-
.t stae faih. .man to be struck by a meteorite munst moveemen in Cambodia
But the ca also afforded the toda and the February elections erUsfP1lco
head of the church an opportunity She was standing In her yard showed that the entire nation
to discuss with the head of the when a hot, smokin ballot was behind former ng Sihan- Meace Pr sed
government the romance of Mar- rock whizzed down h umming ouk, who is now chief of state. M c h po
garet and the divorced father of likea vacuum cleaner" and Just The minister made it clear
two, o missedher. that the royal' government is Moroc
The Archb'ishop cannot condone Itwas a little larger than a powerful enough to whip any
a marriage because the church Softball and weather experts attempt at subversion from
forbids dlv'nce. said it was undoubtedly a me- within. RABAT. Morocco. Oct. 22 (UP)
S. teorite. He also stressed that the French troops fired Into a
Eden, should Margaret want to1 A similar object crashed thru country had recovered complete mob of screaming Arabs on the
marry would have to introduce" a roof at Sylacaug a year ago independence and that peace outskirts of Rabat yesterday. At
legislaion t, _rtalniag to R o ya and knocked Mrs. Elizabeth Ann and order had been fully re- least three persons were killed
rights and t required one year Hodges to the floor. stored. and several were wounded.
waiting period. ---,_______ Violence elsewhere in French
North Africa increased the 24-
The feel nt wgew5L Lqdft hour toll of terrorism to at least
that next ,d 0y Pwin erila- 10 dead. Five others, passengers
,met recess, may be the on a bus attacked by Arab ban-
Jay of dectl dits in Algeria, were officially
Laboites i ae prepared to pep-i "missing."
per Eden wi questions about the French authorities in Aldiers
Sarge Act of 1772or re- announced the capture of letters
qi a yrs wait for royal proving their long standing
wd s. charge that Arabh violence In

If a decision has been reached,
that would bi Eden's oppportuni-
ty to say so and end the mincreas-
ingly cutrjod speculation.
Margaret was' reported still un-j
decided, buftaeh date by the.
handsome couple heightened the

Mason Jar
Promoter Dies
MUNCIE, Ind., Oct. 23 (UP)-
George A. BaWl, 92, one of five
brothers who made the mason
jar a standard for home preser-
vation of foods, died today in
his home.
Ball as chairman of the
board for the last seven years!
and former president of the Ball
Brothers Co.. Inc., which he and
hMi brothers founded in 1882.
when he was xB years old.

King's Park, Long island, becomes the tit male -c.m inO the
Army Nurse's Corps as his lieutenant's bars ae innad on by MaJ.
Mary Donovan. The 25-year-old former Army private says be's
serious about his new role,adding 'Somebody's got to be ratL
Pinning ceremony was conducted with "fellow" nurses looking
on at First Army headquarters on Governors Island. N.Y. Lyo..
i? feel. five inches tall, was once a Ulfeuard

North Africa is directed from
The letters, captured in a
clash with guerrillas, said refu-
pees living in Cairo are working
with an Egyntian leader identi-
flied only as "big brother" to try
to find some way of smuggling
arms to the terrorists.
They instructed a bandit lead-
er named Messaoud 0to eontitrne
guerrilla warfare Int rural dis-
tricts while saltatinq In the cit-
les for formation of a "national
liberation front" in Algeria and
At the same time. the Tstinla1
Party political group, blamed
for most Arab terrorism in Mor-
occo announced it will boy-
cott the newly installed regency
and the Moroccan government
France Is trying to set U".
The decision is expected to
wreck French ulanq for a native
regime. Fatmi Ben fiUmane.
France's choice for Premier. said
in Paris Wednesday he. would
not take the Job unless Tstiqlal
supported his government.

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like the

dAlvision i.Germany?

Tension Mounting

As Saar Awaits

Vial Referendum
22-(UP)-The troubled Saar
'sealed off its frontiers to the
outside world today and mobil-
ized its entire police force to
guard against disorders In to-
morrow's explosive referendum
As pro-German leader, Dr.
Heinrich Schneider, a spell-
binding former Nazi storm-
trooper, delivered a passionate
last-minute appeal to his sup-
porters to "vote 'no' on behalf
of German French statute,"
border guards slammed down
frontier barriers for the next 42
At the same time the Saar
Government stopped all leave
in its 2,300-man police, forte and
issued urgent last minute warn-
ings against violence.

lon, entered a" lppMrW ,"1,"
lump aim bid of $74,570.3(0 for
the work of replacing water pip-
ing atd replacing and relocating
a number of electric water beat-
ers in several quarters in two
Canal Zone communities. H. R.
Knapp, S. A., made an apparent
low offer of $7,964 for the instal-
lation of laundry trays in local-
rate quarters atSanta Cruz.
Bids on the two projects were
opened Friday morning in the
Board Room of the Balboa
Heights Administration Building.
The, two plumbing companies
were the only bidders on both

A total of 22 houses in Balboa
and 40 houses in Gatun are
scheduled for plumbing repairs
and a number for the relocation
of water heater or the replacing
of electric water heaters under
the first contract. The specifica-
tions call for the removal of ex-
isting water piping and the in-
stallation of new copper tubing
in all buildings involved.
The second project calls for
the installation of 72 laundry
trays in 18 twelve-family quar-
ters in Santa Cruz. This work
Is being done in response to a
request made recently by repre-
sentatives of tUe Local-Rate Ci-
vic Councils.

HELD IN MArS DOPE CLEANUP-Artested by plainclothes-
men, Joseph Kazmerek (center) is led from his Philadelphia
home after being picked up in the year s second mass roundup
of narcotic pushers. Detectives. police and federal agents ar-
rested 60 oerons in the tirst two hours of a dawn raid.

Fresioen8 ounce iu j vaer,
Dulles said.
Administration officials said
any emergency consultations
between Denver and Geneva
could be handled by trans.At-
lantic telephone talks relayed
through the White House or
S t ate Department switch-
Mr. Eisenhower and Dulles
have tried to forestall consider-
ing any possible snaas at the
conference that might result
from the President's illness.
There has been some appre-
hension that Soviet foreign min-
ister V. M. Molotov or even
homefront politicians might try
to make some capital out of the
President's Illness.
Dulles is reported to have
talked this problem over with
congressional leaders two days
ago when he sought-and won
-their bipartisan support for
the Administration's Geneva
One participant in the Dul-
les congressional conference
said the secretary was worried
that he would be charged with
freewheelingg" or that Ameri-
can policies would be regarded
as immobilized by the Presi-
dent's illness.
The secretary of state, before
leaving for Europe, wrote con-
gressional leaders that his daily
reports would be available to
them at the State Department.
Arrangements also were made
in event of any "momentous de-
cisions" for the State Depart.
ment to call congressional lead-
ers of both parties by telephone.
Atty. Gen. Herbert ,Brownell
Jr., conferred for 25 minutes
yesterday with President Elsen-
bower, but 4aid they did not dis-
cuss politics and refused to talk
about whether he thinks the
chief executive would or should
run again in 1956.
The President. steadily recov-
ering in Fitzsimons Army Hos-
pital from the heart attack he
suffered nearly a month aro,
approved an extensive Depart-
ment of Justice program for
1956, which Brownell brought
from Washington.
But to questions in a news
conference, after he had talked
to the President, about whether
President Eisenhower would run
)gain. Brownell said:
"While the President is on
his way to full recovery, I
think it would be entirely in-
appropriate for anyone to com-
ment on that. Certainly for
It was noted that this appear-
ed to be a criticism of House
Republican leader Joseph W.
Martin Jr.. who earlier this week
discussed the desirability of
President Eisenhower as a 1956
presidential candidate.
But Brownell said, no. he was
speaking only for himself.
The' Department of Justice
program for 1956 that the chief:
executive approved included
these points:
1. A request to Congress for
10 more federal Judres.
2. A request to Congress for

security prison ft tre'
4. A recommendation to
gross for legislation to esta
a,system of paid public
era for defendants of
criminal cases who can't
Brownell also got Preet
Eisenhower to approve
appointments for two new '
eral judges. The appol
of the judges will be annoruk d
in the next 10 days. .
He also approved nine I -i
dons and two commutatilo
be announced later. -... l
The President has another,
important conference laterob-
day, this one With Dr. Pal
Dudley White, the world-
mous Boston heart spect
who is a consultant in his m&
Dr. White will consult ..h
other colleagues on the ce,
and reassess the President's, L
of recovery and posalbly'ypt
when he can leave the hos"
Brownell said he was g *
fled to find the President
ing and feeling so well, a (i
seemed almost like old- time
they went over Departmeut 't'
Justice plans together
After his conference with th
President. Brownell called uptL
Mrs. Eisenhower. who is at fl
in a room across the corrd
from the President.
Brownell said ie and the
ident did not go over theS L
tice Department's study of
lar-a-year-men" from bigll I
ness whoat a yer s
The President sat up lfoj
hour and 10 minutes yester
He sat in an easy chair
room for 40 minutes.
corpsmen lifted him
wheelchair and pushed
the eighth floor sun t
where he spent 3 inute,*

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PUN ONE ANCE 50 so 04.00o By VICTOR RIESEL AO pblis and 2 uerg from industrial
V 15 IS T. A THE READERS OWN COLUMN .aren t dlaG ut i,, at 2 vw h, 5 a addition to othro
In the towers of New York's 'A Ms phey ao already wters suffering froM hidden dis
Waidort-Astoria this past week preparing fr the hottest political abilites such as diabetes, cadlac
TE 1MA IHL f there were two ex-presidents of year I U.S. history. troubles arrested TB, epiep
SI I the U S. and two men who hope i As, t mt r W they have lined usular dystrophy
0 to be president. These were no -a lirar "ie ep H s hagoe t of his waeee
i' o ivory towers which for a while a library f canned speeches, andfor intake, to employ parapleg
housed both Herbert Hoover and a 2h r porae .service' or wheel chr s job
The Mail Box Is an open forum tor readers of The Panama American. Harry Truman and also Cali- experts" are al- classfldeato that does n ouir
L.ets ane received gratefully and are handled in a wholly co.fide.tial fornia's Gov. Goodwin Knight and r n marginal andn or wa a T nd
Mo r, o Vice President Richard Nixon. tS Repu ans ei. have develod.u.h a T h t
It ye contribute e lettIe don't be Impatient- if it doesn't appear the Many people, some in white tie, th they an handle ntricate assem-
ixat day Letters ore published in the order received. others in business suits; some ty- than 5 per ct of the vote. At a btes tnolvding 25 t
Plse tiry to keep the letters limited to one page length. coons, others labor leaders; walked salary of ,,- 00 plus penase, S arate operations and ght
.- Idetity of letter writers is held Jn strictest confidence. in and out of suites occupied by they bold tra y m ting" to and tools.
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as epileis some of these men. teach local leaders how to improve This poly not oly Biught
apa nsed In letters from reader. None of the prominent Repub- their P t tios and ues many awas gtrom vet-
-- o licans called on each other. Harry srame the V.*getting ma- eran groups and the p-.ent'.
Truman visited a bit with Herbert ... n N ommitte on ueiy
UNSPORTING CONTESTS Hoover. But Governor Knight did Metoawhile, the an Na-ha pped, bat- Iid da
Sir. 1not "see Dick Nixon-nor aid the tMo Cpommite has mas-prf da. o eea
All I got to say is that Mr. Steers had better watch himself. Vice President indicate any a sire canned, as o m
It looks from here like a plot. One of them there underhand to pee the Governor. On thi night TV-radio scripts or local candi- missiles av n ll sort
S offbeat plots which aint apparent-on the surface like the Trudgin of Oct. 17, Mr. Nixon spoke formal T datei. opocetio trals his .
Horse. You know that story how the fellers put some soldiers ly to a newspaper forum and an Three photographers are on call missiles hav t e o th
Inside a holler horse made outen wood an the other fellers hauled aviation conference meeting down- ready to develop within t f n The y
the horse inside the city an then the soldiers came.outen the. stair in the Waldorf. 24 hours; and a kl fnd has hand e being lim in their
holler horse an took the city? Well, that is known as the Trudgen been set Up in the Hou-Senate movement have gat
Horse plot an means actin to the enemy like something you aint Upsteirs at that very moment, \ radioo falsity to help GOP le er
In gain entrance to the city an then knock them off. in Suite 31 F, Governor Knight tors pay for recording optical e ities.
An it looks to me that them GAO fellerA is doin that very spoke Informally to a few people broadcasts.
'" same thing to the fellers in the Comptrollers Brewery. Its this- who should know a great deal The efficiencyy experts" now p s -
away. I jist found out that there is a bowlin tournament arrang- about a mysterious subject called out streamlinag the local precinct With Washingto haircuts just
id by the GAO against the Comptroller fer next week an Its -labor. machn ry are: GtIb Rodli, Mona- hikd to 1.5 a head the barbers
private. Not like the game at the Baseball Diamond to which a In the room, too, was the man tam and Pacific states; John b n Cabltol Hill are doing a rush
general invitation has been issued to the public with all refresh- who has been assigned by some Brown Jr., East Coas t and g weekend business. However
tents pervaded by the GAO. Nothing like that. Oh no, Thats leaders of the California Federation James I." Souther. i. isnt con besme ths Cowi
where the plot comes In. I understand Mr. William A. Newman of Labor (AFL) to guide and ad- states. Jack Mills was con H barber are ein it's
bas been Invited to the bowlin tournament two an the GAO spe- vise the Governor on labor and th Midwest, but is tempa their children Not o rses*
ially asked the Steers boys to send in there first team. its political activity. It is no secret on eave to the Taft Memonri en'but theh staff membersare
Now lookahere Mr. Steers. Bowlin balls is heavy an ten pins that these California labor chiefs Fund. caring their little savers anto
comes under the heacdn of dangerous weapons in any mans war. want to see Governor Knight sue- L'Redliu has already hit the "mar- town Saturday morning, pay
I bet you aint even found out yet Who pulled the cord that trip- ceed President Eisenhower. ginal district's' in Nevada, Utah, only 50 cents in the Houseof Rep
ped up one of your key men and broke his arm. Just supposin ldah and Montana. He's eadg resentativea barbershop and $1 in
you seAd in yore firstt team in the bowlin contest an they get The Republican Governor ate next for Wkshington or Oregon. the Senate...f fam has two
took. Then you send in your second team at the baseball con- less and spoke less than his six Brown has vs ted Conecticut and or three boys who eed haircuts
test an they get took Who are you gonna have left when them guests. He listened and asked N w.si4EWs. Maine, next plans to visit New twice a month, this can mean
GAO tellers stop fooling around an start klckin an gougein? Yore questions which indicated he really Hampshire. MeKillips is just et quite a saving..Barbers on the
Smen will all be beat up from them Trudgin Horse contests an needed no broad briefing on labor.m o ting started, and Mills, Id re Senate side of the Captol ,e de-
you will be took lock stock and barrel. This came as no surprise to some the Taft fund, had covered li ted because the on com-
S* Looks like to me yore best tactics right now is jist to hole at the table, key dtricts in Minnesota, W- mission. But on the ouse side,
up an conserve yore strength. Dont ferget them GAO fellers is Governor Knight had traveled consin Ilinois, Michigan and I- the barbers are tearing their hair.
In a lot better shape then yore fellers. In the first place they over 100,000 miles in the past 14 diana .' of hi l The barbers are tearing their hair.
months-and has conferred with Chief purpose of this elaborate They work for a straight salary,
have been eating better an restin mor an don't have the financial mon skn adas o consider the small fry a pain i
worries yore fellers have that has to work fer a livin an only and pokenformal n / advane preparation is tO elect the nek...Incidentally, there's one
igt one pay check each an look It. Yore fellers is fer the main I a b o r leaders as did Franklin Republican Congress in 1956. O the Sente that
t aorta run down an haggard an this business of us up there Roosevelt and Harry Truman com A d A nd D extract high-powered experts will concen- clips senaorial pates only. No
bit of energy jist before the showdown don't look like good bine rate onthe presidential campaign p senatorial pates only. No
tegi to me at all. This seemed strange until it was B BOB RUARK enter. It rate area secret and
Nosiree Mr. Steers looks like to me you are bein outsmarted pointed out that Governor Knight Molov Cracks Back were refused this column, but are
s- I wouldn't be at all surprised that these contests would end has been the featured speaker or reported to be free.. There are six
up coatin the Oovmint some extra money one way or other. .1 guestat 12 big labor functions in One reason the French are irked brbtrshop on Captol Hill, emh
dnt take the odds that them AO fellers don't charge te he past 10 months. In fact, that A one-eyed distant neighbor of We also have had a lot of sur- advertising, when they told ou at the U.S.A. over the United N.- ing t awmakers wn't
Sof these contests to reimbursable expenses so we lose no night he was preparing for a pri- mine in Spain, the Baron Wrangell. realistic stuff, like the business how much the car cost, instead of tions vote against them on Algeria a sell out the $1.50 charged
tter how It comes out. vate luncheon tendered in his started an advertising fad some the vodka people are doing, with how many new taste thrills you was illustrated during a dinner
ter- adeye am honor-on the afternoon of Oct. 18 years ago which I fear is about to tame cheetahs sitting on checker- were going to get from its new, given by French UN delegate t comeo sible The Capitolow
in the Waldorf's West Foyer-by run away with itself. He is the board marble floors, and Cedric two-tone, hydra-dammit fantail. Herve Alphand in New York right r becte Uncle
PLEA FOR PEACE Jim Suffridge, leader of the AFL's distinguished gray haired type Hardwicke all over the place, and I believe that subtlety has after the vote was taken. msorial the shop, light, heat,
BRetail Clerks International Asso- who first appeared with the black everything is just so cute it's very little place in the advertising All the top foreign ministers and water.
I I recently attended a couple meetings of a CLU union in the ciation. patch over his eye, selling men's practically unbearable, business. It's a hucksterin p- were present-Molotov of Russia, a wa__
..oa Clubhouse and have the following constructive sugges- Fuffridge wanted some 50 of his shirts. The newest super-cutie I've seen eration at best, and I don want Pinay of France, McMillan of -"
ttZI B to make: eastern union leaders to meet the This eye-getter, you should par. is a full page ad in a chic little to have to apprentice myself to Britain. The dinner went along fSU
Will the three very prominent members and/or officers of Governor of California. don the expression, was'so effect- magazine which says: "The man Salvador Dali n order to knder- smoothly despite the 28-to-27 vote
,thi union please top their penny-arte bickering. There seems This has been going on since ive that it wasn't very long before from Cravet is on his way. This sand that somebody is trying to against France a few hours before. .
S'tOW a personal feud between one office and two members, with Feb. 12, when Frank Brewster, even the female models were tak- portrays a definitely British type, hustle a gross of corsets. Diplomats are the height of court A meeting of the executive
at members mainly to blame. They persist In bringing up who succeeded Dave Beck as ing it, and we had several bumper attired in bowler and decent serge I have tht ame feeling about tsy and no on mentioned the ar th anal Zone Coun-
Sdetails of law, procedure, etc., demand an answer, then president of the 11 state Western years of bad gags about eye riding away from you on a uni- the picture magaie that will defeat which wa. to send the c, international Or Scouts
about it. What difference does It make, whether the T Is Conference of Teansters. asked patches, cycle. Yes~ a n eycle. -e ia run adver jtiha s edt l retsh deleaatbta. ,, w,to hel4 A.le oo
g sd or not. Governors eight to e hnored Thwl," Mess de Lawd, we had carrying an attache case, pr" matter, s Uh1ty2 t sw018 d Paris next daY. f t ol-
Let's all cut it out. before we hurt the union, guest at a special luncheon of Commander Edward Whitehead, sumably full of necktie sample, into reading the whole thing, near- After dinner, howe F rel centlye ieailbt
Witness some 60 top leaders of the State the bearded emi s a r y of but after the recent disclosures ly, before the clinker hits. Then Minister Pinay pulled Molotov in- M' Lullitas McFarqn ar, vkte
of Washington. Schweppes sodas and quinine wa- from Whitehall, for all' I know fine print in the left-hand corner, to a corner and proceeded to bawl r dent red quh;Mr. Eisa
ters. For the past few years, the they're state secrets. You can't And I feel the same way pbeut hin out for voting against France. t rer Mrs. Una
A few monhts later, during the commander has showed up every- trust anybody any more. the publicity hounds who write Pinay and Premier Faure were Davi, reasuMildred s wyera
first week in May, Dave Beck where, preening his whiskers, sur- Of course, we have the ciga- columns on world affairs, as edi. scheduled to make a good-will trip nore, Mrs. Mill Mrs. SnawEl
heard that Knight was in Washing- rounded by some of the cutest rettes which feature obviously re- trial matter, and suddenly you to Moscow, yet on the eve of their Mrs. Romeo er, l -
ton and asked the Californian into copy that ever made an ink- tired admirals with tennis rackets find out you're reading a plug for visit, a supposedly friendly Russia lls, Mrs. Louise Walker, Mrs.
the new Teamsters' headquarters stained wretch retch. The last I and tattoos on their hands, and a whisky or a tool shop. had done this tothem at the UN. Gldys rant nd Miss Bl -
for a luncheon discussion of po- saw was headed: "Can you Spot the girdle folks that show cave The boys who write the copy "It's against the Spirit of Gene- na Waterman.
litical policies and labor. At this the Yellow-Breasted Schweppes?" men dragging scarily cla d can make me very happy if they'll va," exploded the French foreign Wasthe asee f the
noon-day breaking of bread Knight Yes, commander, I can spot the lassies across rough rocks, and just tell me what s in it, why it's minister. board s th e sen of the
got to ow some of the AFL's yelow-bellied et cetera, .al right, always we have those delightful better, and how much does it cost. Molotov listened dourly, saying president, Miss Egl Gooden,
most powerful officials. and it's no use saying that I can't fantasies in which daffy dames Especially how much does it cost. nothing. He didn't have a chance, who is away from the Isthmus
There was also a dinner with spot the brown-speckled robin, dream they went half-naked to the Tat factor has been sadly lacking Finally, as Pinay coluded, the on a trip o approximately five
the AFL's second-in-command, Bill Your copy says he flew away. I circus in their Maidenform bra. inbe larger items in recent years. Russian got in this sly crack: months in the United States.
Chnitzler, secretary-treasurer, say no. Comb the whiskers and That's kind of mild aberrational I suppose the manufacturers feel "Your American friends didn't do Quite a lot of importSnt buss-
you'll find him nestled right there stuff, though, It's indelicate to speak right out so well by ou. ness was done at this meeting
That same week, the Governor in your advertising medium. I long for th good old days of about money. What Mo otov meant was, that in an endeavor to activate and
met scores of other Eastern laborthough Ambassador Henry Cabot to bolster the organization n
chiefs at the Hotel Warwick in Lidge had voted with France, he its growth and development.
Phladelphi. byanotherhad not done as he usually does Among the matters discussed
This was followed by another n on an important vote, hustle up a WVas the appointment of a new
series of bread-breaking gabfests lot of Latin-American votesfor his executive director to take the
in Chicago on Aug. 2, 4 and 8 -- side. He could have tipped the place of Mrs. Alda C. Hutchin-
when night spent some time with PETE balance for F r a ne, and the son, who resigned the position
the Carpenters' Union leader, si BFrench knew it. That was why and left the Isthmus recently to
Maurice utcheson, and slim Ed Molotov's crack sank home. live,in the United States.
Miller, the Hotel and Resaurant 0 -- Activation of the movement
g Iorkers Urniopresident s i---nlind G uie Msses among theker'I'onotheresinen-
D EVE THN-.A m ng hand doTsn't keep a echa er ge t the NEA Washlton Correspondent his White House duties in January there is no idea that the PresideBlind Gde Missiles ls
go Fo Making ths i There were e governors at dus fJn couwand and leadersher is no idea t the P y wa a ls ug n
Sa n ob at Ald Air Force l as, th holand 47th annual Governors Conference SINGTO -(NEA- Mem- has set in motion some staff plan- can be relieved of his Contitt The most remarkable job of hir of the organization are being
S Po11ible is a newly. developed artificial hand, with hFrolesandinathan t. tsweek w- but a'ars of the E ienhower" admm i- s ing. tional and legal duties. Ing the physically handicapped to rdu\ t
wee bu a s ofathedisenhowye-rpadmd-nin.aandlegaldutishlgh py hdica dinn to
grooves, which holds pra ally every tool needed. "The n Chca at bypassed traction White House team and the Congress convenes inJanuary. o ther fator the situation asot
m aipulaon o aSgt.r os-a J. z ed tools, fitted into 6th Field many a Democrat and g a v staff at Republican National Com- The first presidential responsibili which has been misrepresented, h ir HodaHu movement in its march of prog-
w developed by T/SgtBerman J. Roberts of the 96th Fbel Knight a banquet at the H 0 t e Imlttee headquarters have not ty Is the annual State of the Union according to some White House s Hughes Aircraft plants at o
i ntenance Squadron at the base. Am ssaor given upthedea that the Presi- message to Congress. The ques- staff members, is the ontrov ver Cit, Calif., and son, Ari. Plans were also cue
dent will be a candidate for tion is whether the President will over Vice President Richard M. About 17 per cent of those he giving assistance to the building
This Republican Governo has re-election Mext year. be able to deliver it in person. Nixon. They consider this question employs are physically handi- of a "Girls Home" for the Girl
also been guest of the California ey are resentful of the many One plan that has been given ACADEMIC, capped, including 150 amputees at Scouts Of Mexico. The board wilg
and Nebraska Federations of La- easy assumptions that Mr. Eisen- preliminary consideration is for a It is pointed out that if President Culver City, 100 wheel chair cases, meet Oct. 27 at the Paraise
bor. He hasa, in other words, done wer is rough as President. short, inspirational message which Eisenhower is a candidate for re 3 deaf mutes, four totally blind School at 7:30.
more barnstorming among the ey point out that many of these Eisenhower could himself deliver. election, he will have absolute "' --
labor people than any Republican predictions tome from the two po- This could be followed by a series says on who his running mate

irs Democratc party leader At litical extremes-the left wing of special messages giving details shall be. By Colbroith
votes for Ike's next campaign. Aft- RepuLlicans. gram, sent to Congress by mes. There is said to be no possibility
.....s t --ss he just With what passes for A political senger but not read by the Presi- that the President will repudiate
erthe movin t e straight face, Eisenhower Repub- dent personally, his own vice president. It is de
Whether he wins the GOP presi- lican leaders in Washingtn are In any event, the President's ap- duced from this that the ticket
dental noapination or not, one citing case after case-like at of pearance before Congress to deliver would be Eisenhower and Nixon
the political chemical agent which Weeks in which big executive would be symbolic of his return Political realists think all the
has reactivated the once-powerful have sustained heart attacks and to full command and leadership of foregoing is very much in the
Re.u.ican labor mac hine dis- resumed their strenuous positions his party. realm of wishful thinking bi ,,
mantled by Franklin D. Roosevelt. without a trace of difference. This may not be at the same senhower's most devoted enti i
lican insiders that Eisenhower will phone calls from his staff even to It is admitted by the Elsenhow!l
be" a second-term candidate is not the golf course for important de- er stalwarts that the final decision
based on any confidential medical cislons. to run or not to run will be made
a r reports that the President's health Ever since President Eisenhow. by the President himself. But it
a U iS is better than the official state- er moved to the White House, he is pointed out that mot even lie
ments indicate. has directed his staff towards re- knows today what his decision will 4
dent, Gov. Sherman Adams and and assumed burdens of office. There is. of course the nossibility'

'I QU A T .P- press Secretary James Hagerty at This easing of responsibilities is of delayed recovery, or a sem S
that the medical condition bulletins No president can ever get whol- President out of the running.
C H IN ESE RU S ave told everything and hiddenly away from his job, even when In that event,' even the most
LA STI N S "UG NOTHING. g flat on his back from a heart ail- loyal Eisenhower men recognise
meant. So even with extra long that the Republican party would
But the fact that the President's weekends at Gettysburg or the be thrown into the worst freefor
physicians ave indicated he delegation of more handshaking all fight it has ever had. And no f
might be able to resume some of ceremonies to the vice president, one can predictthat outcome.

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ISTHMIA CHURCH NOTICES Teenage Girl Drug Addict Tries Suicide

C hur hct-it -f-- O Churcs 'When Held In Chicagos Triple-illing
Church of Chrisst 1111110011 < *0**Of P6114 10110 *, W-- Other Churches 9
ato m Wam e and won"t O ro* e ed en ie4 s and dk .il *
e a. gee, I n eenet caCH or NAAB CHICAGO, Oct. 22 (UP) A
"'A As a p svit t"d. The t, asme AmeereH Neft ktolew, by Minister: Rev.Elmer 0. Nl Z 19-year-old girl held in connection .---,- -.,-
Sviea Suay ass a. 0m ene m f ge t I g win sip end al e ,ietor rdvle. Box 8. Anco.n, C.Z. Boaboa sOL2 with the triple-killing of t three
.0so4 e l oeledO mean. an in assou hinq Smday ..n......... si A. boys here tried to commit suicide.
w eM9 A=d m tbi'te te. Iv y :MornunI Worship .........1 0"J. in ,celll night.
Sn.m. enly wo a n .e nde "Othe ChKurche Amd Youtth service ............ her l ce last ght
ri : H e sMs~ e Seriaa. A peisti isind dd e rie at Army po ce. 7:30n .m. The girl waas G I oi ta Vasquez
Air fes bemOane eell.. ......3. wh Said she knows "who did it.
sune 2M~ a m Ai Se bs a satm epO r Meeting. Wed .... 7 p.m d
-Mieftebm. lhe esaeemtem ced a em ed 1* d m oa toal nwrBAPTI mST 'nbca but I. promised I would never
Unifa n i aws desk in wi by Wdo I Man the laPtet at yana R.P., 23rd Street Fast tell."
Unitarian ., o, e no .se at ga y, R ,er t .
Shem **r, me cssl Seturdays mwor Pme... SN.DAY: a u Autborities were inclined to
S.m Sunday Mass .......'.'7.7 :45 s11:t5 is known here as a prostitute '
S". Methodist Epistopla *R-.L Sua Iw and drug addict, but aid they
Bid&3. S62 t sIML10UIS*P CaIURCD The Y Rev. .R Heber Gooden, S.T. did not want to oveook an
Ancon ilvde. & ri[ CfrU Bishop JEHOVAH'S WITNESES leads in the brutal laying.
m Wey a illiam H. Armstrong The Very Rev. l1. Orchard MacDonald Meetings Thursdays and ay
Pt t., PnL City ,.30 p.m. Wirn emorIaL Balboa
tAncon :00 a.d. Morninap Prae and S MnW ANCOA, C. A 1o d. Balboa.

You inia i p. a Seool fRl C1ATU RoAL 0h LJ a. KB
You tvat :1 saln Prayer and Sero SUNDAY CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
ws L bheral SNITI Uht>o1 UH vaCU Holy Communion ......... 7:30 m Of LATTER-DAy SAINTS (Mormoal
S ta Stre a leader Avenue.a Escuela Dominical e nSunday iqetitgs in the JWB-uSO. La e-
Co6L. P -E.P .apfo l ...................915 a .m. Boc Road, Balboa. Primary and Priest-
Rev. Samue Walden. Minister bible Cla ............ 1fam.a hood 9:30 a m. Meeting; Sunday School.
na ea e Atlanati d a:3.s.-Morntni Service san 0Hlyo Moring Prayer and Sermon 11:00 a.m. 25 a.m.; Sacrament Meeting. 1030SO a.m. .
may Crast 3-2"& Or writetomunlon First Su= 0ty or he Month
5478p.m. Sugdq StI11a0.. Communion and Set Atlantle Branch
,5 77. 3-:15 Fp m o aveoln ServiC*o m ..... .......... ... a.- Buujdliu 200, Schoolhouse Road. 'NEA Telephotos)
U, oHoy Cum Istna Su Ngi ayer and Sarm6S 7000 .mY Telephone, Catn 36 or rst6bal 2897 YOUTHS FOUND SLAIN The nude and battle red bodies of Robert Petergn lleft, 14, Anton
t Doaas 73.Holy Cop. Prayrmru ....a ..i. a i o1 a. Sunday School 10.00 am. Sunday Sac- I Schuessler righth, 11, and his bother John. 13. ere lound in a forest preserve near Chicago.
ausK E MsTOU cMUi cu recent Meting 6:30 p.m. Prieshood Police called the slaying one of the vor.t crimes they had seen in recent years and launched
ArlST CHURCH tibow City. C CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR Meeting 6:30 p.m Wednesday Prinary manhunt for the killer or killers.
311 OOrL u Roa A. tSamuel Walden. Ministe Third Street. New Cristdbal 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Relief society meet-
Droer 3 .t SUNDAR. Milton A. C:okson3 Pstor Ug a au d .' OTMA, she had broken in her cell. held in jail at Cicinnati. U. the park spot near the ditd
r -0 r I atr T a Holy Communion ......... 7:30 a.m -H I I Officials discovered the attempt Ilxon said ie learned Ms His daughter oroborrated his s
a Pr 5Ml F. M1 Tuesday. 7 e.m. Prayer Weunn Church School. ........... 3:30 a.m. CHCH in time to stop the flow of blood. l'diquez and the man drjve to )
mneh 20 a.. m. ," Mornhi.g Prayer Rev. Paul Holloway. Pastor Hixon said his own attempts tol'cnl i a bluear,
uorndn Worshl ......-...110 m and Sermon .............. 11:00 a.m. Office, Curundu 5105 Hxo said his own attempts to niis.l n blue dr ar Rhe was give the lie t
Morni wonhip .....**... s M. ptm.IUit t arust haniav Holy Communioni Home. Curundu 7116 question the girl further had fail-I i the one seen in Chicago. The because he had slept in the part
Esra Wop Uo.......*...** p. awm. Vsper Service and Sudav School ................ 9:4 5 ed when she refused to elaborate girl liare .eparat.ed Iroin the man and his truck contained a crow-
Pryen .Meetin.g Tm MAY'S CBURCH-Blboa Yuh F lowship ...... 6:00 p.m. Youth eetingp ........ 6 pm. on her statements and became and turned up mi Brookville. bar a claw hammer and a
Oach Wenesdayt a0Holy Communion ....... 8:30 .m Evening Worship ............7 pm. "hysterical. Police here wee inline to stained sweatshirt. But author
aotaho month ...1. 70 p .m ....... M meanwhile the search here lend more weight t RohUles' sto ties said the lest showed he had.
Mondysay each month :' a :1:9055 nin. Choir Rehearsal .........7:30 pm-
SpanLhSible School a 0 p.m. A Holuse of Prayer for all people. OLD CArOLIc CHLJuKP turned toward three men in a R than the girl no guilt knowledge of t
pacntsh Saula '.h.o 10:00 am. and 5:00 p.m. 6 i
ConfeMsonys: Hoy:0.Saly Ca:30Ito 5:aahle
n Saturday .......... 10: Cont lona: Sturday :3 to COCOJ St. ,Bapel The Arehaaesl battered blued auto who wetr No% an odd-job man ule trim.
and 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. ay or Church ot St. Andrew 13tthriS St Wast No d seen in the forest preserve iait- lept in i< pai pKkup Rohlles said he acquired theo '
First Friday: 7:0 0 pto 0 PM. The ReS William W. Baldwio Holy E hdas W dayan ItSn S m shortly before the bodies were ruck in the tot preserve Mon- habit of sleeping in the park
Sonl MonNda. Holy communion. a0 a.m. Found. ia night Vilhin 1) let fl toe when he had marital troubles at
Catechisn clms se the : Famly Pvor and Church School, S ntt unea (H Edward Rohlfes, 47, a former spot here the bdie weie found home. He said he is now divorced.
Siscotudy Club 4:30 p.m. 9non0 .i month n 1 railroad worker, said he saw the; He said left hut reurnd e ad he held back e or-
Wdne l day. rat Sunday Montn men in the battered Ford two er and parked briefly near the He said he held back the nfor-
,S ACRD fNhAm T-Ane Eveniang Prayer 7dje.p.m. nt labeLnrtsta Cbe" Phours before the bodies were dis-ldttch with his 'auhlt(r and hec nlatiun at first because he was
Sunday Masm:. 5:55, 7:3 & 30 : a.m. Weekday Pryer. 8:00 am. at a8R. T. ,ame, D. asshop Icovered in a ditch. He said he chlhl He did not see the bodies, afraid it would make trouble for
Holy Day masses: $5as a.m. and S:0q COROZAL otficrting. did not see the bodies before the he I aid. although ithei Uere a forest ranger who had let him
pSm.a .. .AN 0 Dr athym sionSaturday :30 to and R Cblard Mon e ev. a ....... : an. SON IS SLAIN-Mrs Doroty car arrived. lv iible two hours later when sleep n the preserve
mnrlm mu, saurd Rev. Clarence W. Hayes atulI.
r Jlb'O t 'is.t C.. 7:15 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday before First 1Th, i Cvervc I d unday oo ?...... s Peterson holds back tears as A lie detector test backed up found Polce said so far they lack a
s27 Acon i FriSday 7:0u0 p.m. .levard0cr a. V rid Morno Serv ........... 30 o.M she awaits her husband who Rohlfes' story and also cleared As t left the foet, Rohlfe 'good suspect" in the baffling
Oawer s Balboa Heabts scred rt Devotions. P.m.a (B.C. 1 t. Friday. identified the body of their him as a suspect. !,a d the battered car with three case although a number have
Wiliam H. Beeby. o str Cate Chlas: 3:11 to 4:4 p.m. on ..AMUA BAIS CNTER son, Robert. The tough-talking, jean clad bare-headed men in it approached be arrested
un ta .cnoo............. OM....Thursday. St.L Simon's Cb..h 54 First Street Miss Vasquez went to author.
mornsn Worship ......... 10:4 OUR LAD O ATIMA-Curun Th .. John Spear. Prie.t in Chre Urbanzacl6n El Carmen. Panam City The nude bodies of the boys, ties in Brookville on the advice
B aptist TrainngUnion .... 4 p Sunday Mass t :00 a.m. SUNDAYS IiormThurd Talks and Dscuons Robert Peterson, 13, John Schus- of a priest Thursday night to
HolyDay Mass at a30 p.m. Morning Prayer, lst and 3rd. Col l"lt'Thursdayst.....* sler 13, and his brother, Anton, tell them she had information a-
EvangelisticSowce..... :31 5Confeions: 6:00 to & pm. n Sat-CFrontstre
Evanels^ticSawce ...._.... t30 .m Confessions: :00oo to A5 pmn. M aSt- Sundays .................... 10 310 nm. (upstairs.American SBanar) 11, were found in a forest pr e- out the Chicao murders. ,
Prayer Meet ing Wedne- urday. Holy Communion and Sr- Study Classes......Thurdays. 734.m serve ditch Tuesday. know who did it but prom
days...................... 0M Catechism Clas: Saturday 1;0 tO 10 mon, 2nd and 4th Sundays .. 10:30 a.m. serve dtch Tuesday. I know who did it but IPom
W.M.S Bible Study hJtm, a.m. Sunday School ........... 3:00 p.m. BEIHEL MISION CHUCHES Thomas Brennan, chief of th e ised I would never tell," she said. uu anu J, C
Mday's -.-'. ";. ....... O:.f.-* *. Youth F~ellowship ......... 5:00 p.m B Wdba .I Stewa. H tS sheriff s police here, Lt. J a co b -If those kids had been tend- -
Men'sBrotherhood-(LOAT. ,JOEr--a,, ; Evn Prayer........... 7;00.p.m. Rev. 1tSe-.Pao
Monday i- n mnth........:0 p.m u Masat 70 and 815 am. aN r .0 p.m Red akCZ-Sundays. 11a.m. divine Bergbriter and Brennan's to their own b u si n e s s it
Holy. ay Ma at 4:00 p.m. Girls' Friendly Society ... 6:00p.m. worship; 3:30 p.m. Sunday School z130 p grapher. Sylvia Cammy; flew to wouldn't have happened.
IRST BAuPTIST CHURCH Weekday Manes: ..:00 a.m. WEDNESDAYS in. gospel service. Brookville for the questioning. sheriff James Hixon said the
Margarita Avenue a Mth Street Con fesdons: Saturday 3:30 to 4:30and Evening Prayer and Sermon 7:00 p.m.N a unem a, le Sheriff James Hixon at B ook-
Margarita, Canal Zone 6:30 to 7:30. "THURSDAYS o.40 Sunda p.m. Sheriff James Hxn at o- gir mentioned one phase of theU iyuv
ev. J. M Ealbreek, rPaste atechinsmClams Sunday a:00 to Holy Communion ..... 9:... 9: a.m.m. Wedneedaya B reading .. .. ville said Miss Vasquez tired to killings which had not been n.ade
lSunday School ..............9:45 m. p.m. Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd andmmit suicideby slain herpubli and which lent some cre-
Morning orship...........11:00m.Miraculous Medal Novena 1:00 p.m4th Thursdays ..............7 1:30 pm School at the gynaslum. commit suicide by slashindow dence to her story. But he said
a N-. .. h glass from a windSUdence to her story. But he sa
vsnin p W o : ..........7:5 p.m. c nvert Instruetons Thursday 7:00 LA DOCA THE CHURCH OF GOD ..u t- she appeared under the influence | A R I
Brotherhood, Tuesdays ..... 7:0 p P. st. Peter's Church 7r3g Eighth st.-Col6n ot arugs when she told it. CneVolet ldSmObile- DUICK
oe s & Tea ... 7:00p. Rv John Sper. Priest in Charge. ,ev r. W Grdo aVtnthDvO The girl said she fled Chicago .l *n m m
Wedne-day 7:30 pm. V]INCuT'S--4' SdaySchool..............UDn Pao.m.r
er : 6:I00 and i Choral Eucharist andSermon 7 unday hoolrship........... 9:30 a.m.Tuesday with a man she
W .U let & 3rd Fridas ysses:'0 and 5: .W. M morning Prayer and Church School mNightn. 8 hipc ............... :30 Aventst knew ony as h Paul. ma xon

:0 to 5I a :0 nd i as follows:
"'-'- --- .M B RWltt ntrswMg aftre.or--.ev.Ws... ..Pt -- -. .....r "Pa SATURDAY:rwas eeve to e a man ,
may i.................. .a y ommunin ...... ... .. d 10:30 a In te. 11s.00 aWm. Tunth Mt Ui 4 .. ,
Smg to If- the Cr: Friday 7:00 p.m Holy Comm. on.i.. .'.............. 7 p.m SUNDY: Ble Lecu : -.
Si. i) fCatechthLa Cla s After 1i 0 massO o Evening Prayer ........00 p.m.N. Ni-ht- p m ^ 30m ,l i Ordaied
Cvheeret Cla 630 pTE TSDdAY ad 1s T DAYS & rd MODAYS New Provldence Servei ce ,Pm, lbo
PA N A a Thursday. Women' Auxiliary ....... 710 p.m. Mrs. Maude ine, PaDistritor W. a To Priesthood first tinI a po w e.
gnaCatainm =4 ,-. Sunday School------"--------(Tel. 28 3-58)
SMARGARITA Morning Worshi:..........: a: Cabo Verde, Ave. J. F. de ai Ossa No George Milton Greig. deacon of
PhSo_ 4. TeERE -S ,-C e] Church of 5t. Marlgaret 17.the-Old"Ca huloml
10:04 Hla s Meoting. |Sunday Mas: ,30 a a. Corner of Eapave Ave., razos Blvd. Nig.t S vice ...............7:30 pm PS No. imiSo2t t o the Old Catholic Church, will be
:00 Sunday School. Holy Mass: :00 afm. (It t fall The Rt Milton A. Cookson. Pastor .th St.-Rio AbaJ tPu eto Nuevo, 2-A St between 3rd nd ordained to the priesthood at St.
N Yo00 yunm Pooprles Legoon Sa.turd.y-:30 ... .. SUNDAYS St. _A..o. 1 Raphaels Old Catholic Sh.u rcg;m ^n Hl E_ U| St N 2
lvatCatechism Cla 3:0: to 1: p.M. o n:30a an. Church School Rev. WB. J. Johnsn Pastor atlDa onpl.Ah heGae nitAaad Roam m eatl C iurg
S7:20 SalB vMonday. Rev. Mo.. J........................................... Johnson, Pastor . ..tomorrow morning at 7:30, 'P A G E ...6.
LA BOCA. C.Z. M onfeimsl:.:00 to :a0S m.unday. 0 a.m. M morning Prayer anfd Srmon Sunday School .m. saM h turon -Panam a st6bal Rev. Grig has bn associat-
A..Coda:.: to 1Sun0 ( days. Holy Communion).o.n... worship.............10:30 a'. IDistrict Pastor-.Rubn Ru wtomoRero hurnig at .
isu gat. W "Lmm T. IOWN BAPTIn D. LA SALL. 4:30 p.m. Confirmation Instructions. Night service .............. m re ed th e church for many a -tN.
Lieut. Wilt ST. BAPTIST DR LA SF.AWA nmr D ,.. ,anamieDariNo-, &a--
Bip ?% ^No. low. "sogue Levere laMO s^ 16th St. & Bolivar Ave. years,
so unAay SchooSunday Man.: 6:30 and 5:30 a.m. Ch *eb ot The Comf First Church of God Gambo riJol Allembers o the church and

Ss t Mt as-et A 0 Ms Ana B s friends are welcome to attend the
S 11:00 Yo8n Mtsl. Convat C : day .. a 8:00 a.mLB. Chorlyl E Achd st on Bid. 5142-ablo Hs C (Tel. 6 102
6 ai:00 Tmoting Ple'.e::m. Fri.C .andSat. FirstFridaymas.s 00aWm4. Every Monday 8:30 am. HOly Co- Rev Wm. Livingston,. astor Gamboa, Praitt Parkway. Fy rIol1. celebration of the Holy Eucharist.,
7:30 Salva Mting. oly ay M : on Morning Worship...........~n Innt Btism

.m.00am Atlantic Sde-Co onSu3:00nday for.s. Church SchoolIm CC.b,'
ZED TA-" C. Z. Confessions: 3:30 to 4U0 and .1-0 to rARAISO Sundap School.............11: m 00At District Pastor C- V rG Newlnan

D TIM A olooaarta.Se A csi. (hld in Buildin 131) Ptetent Jewi......s Wele Bd portant event i the life of t h e

s s: 70S 0 a. 5:00 p.m. Youth ellowship Boca Road, Balbo C.Z. Rabbi Nathan meat favor
&COLON CENTR 3 :s S to 7 .m. ::00 p om. Even-ong and Addres. FORT AMADOR Wiin, Drector. 86L
.. .. ..miraculous Medal Thridaya ft ..Rev. David A. Osborne,_ Co6n, 3rd..St. & Central Ave, Cra -. ....______ _____a______

S o i o maiptdai aM. LC.I Me :0S :35n S tdayi &tu P. Priest in Charge bal. th S. & olivar Ave.n

SCatechism Clam: 30i p.m. s Turday SN AY ACC O W.onKorihe Ir... R 'S O WORKSPGgo- I
12.00 Hn o rn Mnfant aptIs unndy SewishS

.ON...T ...ST A 1 7.o ( 3:00 ( .w. ChrThe Vn Lulhe PACIFIC BD. hle,,eor Sunday SchoolfI.DE V i ....
The Ao lanti cOftT."T~-CRUrO 30-0 r(hol-Crd in Buildint 131) Thelr6teant I ewls Welfare Board Bid 792-X Lma t flanv or"

_~Lunday Mass: 7 5: nm. 5:00 p.m. Youth allows hip .oca Road, Balboa, Cn.Z. Rabbi Nathan owing l n w.lft

C .o LONT ALHoly Day MUR: 3*00 ta.7m.d 10:. Morning Prayer and Church nocHALLHA t ran d.Com dtityoirelf.Pag7 00
;so W ^ sinf* on".mAr rr%*hip-*;;;;a. ..:.::: 1^ E B h R C1U Ig esier than ever befor 2and:nniv onoy SmitU ^has
senioCaptain and Mi moomelona Mdal lo tor :00 and :30 ad. Eensony Communion N Witn, Drector.u A
14th Stree t Thuay before i st Fa riday m. p Hr.S.-7 C Sunday School 9:00 Ser- vicx Friday. 7:30 p. Saturday

84mi~ r m % S SS M o ms .: to "n 7 M T"tOpph .l aM aSoMOd. .nA i LW0.............. 7:0 CH URCB dor :T .._,-. n n n /
honer up Pastor Catchmi on Monday. .. SUNDAYS Daily MaA ................... :15 Sch in t. typwt... full ie Colopeed
Ser Club: :1 a W a. C mn Sunday School (Building No. 1.4) 9:007 uner Pt, Bases and oo.PluQuic n S
... Ca Cm 4: pmThs 10:30 amt. Church hool Sunda ................... 10 30 onaorshI Ahsra. AvI: e. q Mon Worshi .........

# e s hoS agll.S: First Pri D evotlas: 7 u-M p n. w "7:30 p.m. Solema on adS- F OB.B E ....... sti0 Seri ce .. .. 7:30 pan Eggggg^, 'g i 80081
OO nur WdMldy Cvhao n Ca .m. Wn uDNSDAYS Saturdy n W ......................... 8:00 ..P..
a o r ......d. 13 ATLANTIC m- .. aa"T Suhr Holy CoLmueel Sunday VCOista.;: [emyrn po thse po

St. teA amalel U.Pat No Masses: 9:0 0aaansd Sung a mucharistfrSarmon C CB ROO AIR -oa\ BSs A.osnho wingyou. 7 30 pib lus Cl. clfs ad c
1:45 Aoline MTin. OO r S a .m and 1:0. 5am ,Mrng PurlAYd C ahrh y M ma .................' i, to Bu bl ey n ad
1 a. ri e nfea sos: Me....daly N----:-- t 3500 and ':00 .m. Holy Communion ur s .............. 7:30 8u39 daibso Bond. Baboo. I, I
S:00 WrNoD "d School and Junior and Adult
lUnion p. on Monda. -HolyC Communion Sunday u N the d Phe Bla 3570
Catchim. Cass 1 Mao rClansse at 9:0 m o un0 Sum.:Wonshi Se
..ven.. ng Praye 15th HAUA iRS CHAPEL "ce, 1: :ahm Reuapr -coverd dish sup.
__devotion and registration the Fr dy i
W q inl _. ..n Masse.: 7J0 and 80 am..( C T CHUL H__. E ]previoUs at 7 o |i : i S '-

8 yThe V.. Vauer J. Petereo Rtor Sunday Mass ............. 7:30 A 900

teRev.Patm a:eMedal Norm WPdsaday 6 1 ad.m. Ch7:0lt 1U.S, NAVAL STATION, RODMAN ATLANTIC SIDE FRl Recipe Leftaet "How To Give T
S BIle3 -21. S 0orrowful Moter: Sun o C fi t 1 CnTh VJa. onCMa ina. aily a .....r....-.... ........ ........ 1 D t.

16:45 LAT OOO COWrNBip. TieeanPrdest in rgDeDiv :b. Convert. Class : :13p m.11on0Monday. nad 1L OAFR AS K ICOLON t It
th Saturday ............. P.M 2005 Amacor Guerrero St. HIGHEST QUALITY-COSTS LESSI No 30 AUTOMOILE ROW '

- -" d P.. O S. ol P M--: d0 t 3. -d 50 hramnst ... ....... 7 30 rm r h B rho.o .- .m
Phme 3-148-Chura OCe 13RAO. pm. Chur ch .r, e V m ALBROOK AI FORCE ...ASE i Sunday WorSchoolhip .............. 3:00 p.m.
*J Church School PreI .....clr Con lanh 7:00 m. on StPrdmy. a Churc h n St mr r 7Vtpm Saue .. pm .ng c ervr ... 7 0 p
103 ..pSr e e e~snd on 1 T)idIn Se M on .... 7.0pm Saturday ............ .. 0 pmi .;. u l 'ahr 70
OURLADYO OO CNSM Prmt iun. ...... 7C00har Divine Worshi...........7:30 P.M Co' Rar.d olp nd arr rooth t
L AOAD OGeO O The Ri v Jehan A. Spaulding, Deace Morng Worsh ............... 11 3 4.30 p.

The ev.Osesi*. Olson. las"er Sunday Mames 70a nd :00 am. lrn 3( Parque l .A. 10 m. Pa or
S Ba lboa Rd. a ld& n MPablo tr. Holybay MassesM: *0 a s and 5:00' un D tuc NDAYrst ... ....... 7 30 M i Je tA' h .... ;rio No 101. p ..... .. 30 p m.
O e Ph 1-14 -4 r Office PIe I h School ....Pr...... amr ChurchLBOOK A FORC BAS .......Mur... 10ng30 B orhp.... Ro A...... 11 00 am
9130 Church S--ool Fre Isrvic Confins: 7: t00 on Saturday. nd Sr ermon .... 30 m Sau ----............400 pm ngec ervce 30 p .
S*Oa.. Churs i Schooln lMiraculous Meda" Novena: 7:0 p.m WEDNFSDAYS y.Prdy r
STuesday. l Sunday M ............ 10 45 Gn e, Ser,c ......7 30
CoS Wora Service- N Ce HolE ey Ma : ....daV ass iOro .... 7.* 0 m DaulS eM. ..................... 2.00. Spanh SerceB & on. Ov 0 r
Pta Church a t Chr DSti Novena:. 1A:0 p.m. on SHoly Ch.omuio.........700 a Sun AT a TIC .................. monday -42 Box 2are Gamboallowing

un e Bdea rd. ContIonsc: 4.00 4:00 .ad m. 0 to Bim. to a PLa COCO OT Churches. t Pra. C.. R. ad
und er 3. doRWonIn 'ucUonm.14:0 p.m. Th.m. tur y Sundy M ..............,TD..... T30 Mr*s Hemn G. nyti). Co B. R.P. v
uornhg M Ctc.: m ... .... 11.00 Cr10n. r4th & Gst. I pc, 30o Abp.m
et00 JtmlCr-Hir F Melloirshiou edu NovTe: 7.S 4"p. n ---. eeFORT GULICK TPaRnama 3 p m. 4 r0 p m.
1:00 Senios-Righ Fellowshlp.7.usRSunday :301Priestin Charge Sunday School...................9 30 La Boca 3 pm. 4.30 p.m. o- ChorrIto 1

andalK aae:7:3e a. ndaT1 0m. i n Hol (inm m ron. .. 30 am Sunday School ... .............. Parque Lef rvre m3am.. 10a w m. -. Pa.
r. a A def l. e -oly-D yMa :0 and d AND 41h UrNDAYS Mrorning Worship l............1... .ra No o01. 3 pi. 4 30 pm.
ODfice Ps. 6-476.r t MinhePei We p.m. I Mor.niv Prayer IChurch Time Nursery .........10 01 L1 Boca Town. Rio Ahajo, I I.A.,
130 am, Church School Miracultus Medal Novena: 7:11 p.m Churca School, each Sun. 10:30 am I Mondays. Wedn.days.lridays ei
29:40 am. Moaninss Wordhipleten. enTuesday.Scahelle Iare held from 7.15 p.m. to 195M p.m.
Tu s Cu.M, 6Sunday Mae..............-9 18 10 45 1
IL:ias s""mt Learn"--FORT"U---X"
SIT. viNCRIVS.-Rabo Y RevC1% T ClJareisne W 111esq Sunday Mam ................... 1101 Il O GOD P c a)
Chisi dnday Masse.: 6.a.m. and S m a Priest in Charge CuCO SOLD NAVAL STATION
CRISTIAN RCIENagIm am MeHoly 134 U an: 4:00 s, and 6:00, "BiT CommatU.. ........190 4m Daily Mass.....................7e00i
ft" ansto CtrieL. ntliti. Aboutp.-. Sunday Scholeot a.. 10 90 a Sunis) Mans.................a.'too, Phone 4-421. Box 253. Gambod I
90tAenaminsind. Confusion: 4.05 8to O Sand IM0 to M L $ 1 4 ..*t.-. is COCOCSOr. Churches at Psrues a C.Z. tRe, end: TarjO "C7.lM
m: pRawFerntando Larenes).R1o Abeje,
MoNemt4lIL as IM pA. ,Combuned uovive for all men of Jew- Sunday azii weakdays am am
01114M ...F=-if t.p-. em mal --- m .. .. I am. faith malrenad on tane Sift). damu n -. 4


Hikle Of Newsprint

l Prices May Not Go

Into Effect Nov. 1
NEW YORK, Oct. 22-(UP)--
IThere's still a chance the $5 a
S ton hike in newsprint prices on-
nounced Tuesday by the St.
S 11awrence Corp. will not gon Into
effect Nov. 1. as scheduled.
Harold Smith. president of the
Wright Co., sales subsidiary ofI
St. Lawrence. said the ftirmn's
long-term contracts with news.
papers stipulate no specific price
for newsprint.
However, Smith noted,, these
contracts call for a price no
higher than that charged by
Canadian International Paper
Co. and Consolidated Paper
Corp., two leading newsprint
S ~.... producers.
So far neither Canadian In-
Paper has given any indication
They plan to raise newsprint
St. Lawrence is Canada's
fourth largest newsprint pro-
Sducer, selling to 300 newspapers
in 35 states. It said the higher
price was necessary to "absorb
the rising costs of labor and ex-
I The American News paper
Publishers Association has vig-
orously opposed the increase,
saying a price hike at this time
was "neither justified nor wise."
The proposed increase would
lift the price of newsprint In
New York from $126 to $131 a
S ton -double the price 10 years
~:.j. Smith acknowledged that St.
DESIRABLE C HA NG E Lawrence would ,have to rescind
Lovely Arlene Dahl wants to its proposed price Increase if I
hti-t 4P- f-J..M-m1 i- n t n t iW o r r nm I

break from ladylike roles and
become a "beast." That ex-
plains her leopard-skin bathing
suit. Cheesecake is a change
for Arlene, whose movie roles
in the past eight years have
leen dressy and ladylike.

petitors followed suit.
The first hint of an increase
came Oct. 5 when such action
was forecast by Sir Eric Bowa-
ter, chairman of Bowater Paner
Corp., Ltd., one of the world's
top producers.

The Pacific Steam Navigalton Company

Royal Mail Lines Ltd.
S.S. "PIZARRO" ...................................Oct. 26
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" .....................Nov. 2
M.V. "SALAVERRY" .............................. Nov 14

M.V. A REINA DEA, PACIFICO' (18,00p Tons) ......Nov. 26
, v. "KETA" ................................Oct. 27
M.V. "SANTANDER" ...............:.. ..7 ...... Nov. 1
S.g. "LOCH RYAN" .....................Od......... Oct. 28
M.V. "DALERDYK" .............................Oct. 23
S.S. "DRINA" .......... ... .. .....................Nov. 14
All Sallngs Subject to Change Without Notice
PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION CO., Cristobal Tel.: 1654/5
JPANAMA-Ave. Per #$i5, Tel. $21257/8
FORD CO. INC. IBALBOA-Term. Bldg. Tel. 2-1985


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Cover Girl

Food for Thought

I Hot -
4 A gravy-
8 Part of a
12 Honest -
13 Leer
14 Wings
15 Food
16 Branch of
18 More severe
20 Consecrate
21 Measure of
22 Roman date
24 Nomad
26 Cicatrix
27 Speck
30 Biblical
dancing girl
32 Ohio city
34 Proper order
35 Charm
36 Furtive
37 Russian news
39 Mud
40 Serve at table
41 French plural
42 Calyx part
45 Put out
once more
49 Interpret
51 Writing fluid
52 Formerly
53 Passage in the
54 Poem
55 Misplaced
56 Go by
57 Bow --

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1 Edible
2 Funeral note
3 Usually
4 Tied 0
6 Visigoth king
8 Spheres 25 Track part
9 Century plant 26 Caravansary
10 Tatters 97 Abdication
11 Turkish 28 Scent
governors 29 Ripped
17 Fairy king 31 Iron and tin,
19 Mechanical for instance
man 33 Cripples
23 Fruits 38 Layers
24 Inquires '40 Receded

Previous Puntk

42 Pack away
43 Sea eagle
44 Gait
46 French
47 Open
48 Pieced out
50 Part of the
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Institution Guaranteed by the State

Pays 2% Interest Annually on Savings Accounts


We make loans with guarantees on first mortgages
or other securities.

25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00


deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.
Individual safety deposit boxes,, for Jewelry and
I documents, In 4 different sizes.

lS Central Ave. at
corner of "I" Street.

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Front St. at corner
of 7thb St.







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Elsa Aguirre, in

Maureen O'Hara Macdonald Carey
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On The Stage:
Oreat Presentation
the Magician
and s is Company



Social an/d Oterwie

AB Staffers


An original "Paper Ball' dreamed up by the ladies of the
diplomatic corps for the purpose of raising funds for the poor
of Panama, is scheduled for this evening at the Union Club.
The affair was put off suddenly from last Saturday due to
national mourning *n the capital city.
Tickets for tonight benefit are $1 and guests are expect-
ed to wear costumes fashioned wholly or chiefly of paper.
There will be prizes for the best paper-clad groups (comparsas)
and for the most original individual costumes. There will also
be a door prize and other attractions. The ball starts at 8 p.m.

Capt. And %Mrs. Eggleston Miles were hosts yesterday for an
Honored At Despedlda expedition to Portobelo to witness
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Eggle- the traditional Black Christ Festi-
ston and Mrs. Robert D. Glass- val.
burn honored their parents. Cap- -
tain and Mrs. Daniel E. Eggle" Retirement Party Tonight
toan residence in Balboa. For Messrs. Parker, Veit
Captain Egleston, a retired Ca- Friends who wish to join in the
nal Zone pilot, and Mrs. Eggle- retirement party being given at
ston resided for many years on the Gamboa Golf Club tonight for
the Atlantic side of the Isthmus. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred T. Veit and
They have been visiting w it h Mr. A. B. Parker may buy tick-
relatives during the past f o u r ets at the door for $2.
months and are returning today Both men are tugboat chief en-1
by air, to their home in St. Fe- gineers who are retiring a fte r
tersburg, Florida. lengthy service with the C a n a 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin H. Bennett The Marine Engineers Beneficial
and Mr. and Mrs. William H. He- Association is sponsoring the par-
le also entertained in honor of the ty.
Egglestons during their visit to
Panama. Fern Leaf Chapter, O.E.S.
-e- P Plans Dance Tonight
New Post burgeon's At Ancon Temple
Wife Feted At Kobbe A dance will be sponsored the
A group of doctors' wives from the Fern Leaf Chapter 4 O.E.S.
Ft. Kobbe feted their newly ar- tonight at the A n c o n Masonic
rived post surgeon's wife M r s. Temple. Dancing will begin at 8
Rolando RIt. Ruiz Wednesday p.m.
morning. The occasion was a cof- Light refreshments will be serv-
fee party at the Kobbe Officers' ed. A door prize and spot prizes
Club. will be presented.
Hostesses were Mr. G. L. John- All members and friends a r e
son, Mh M. M McSweeney and invited, Tickets will be available
Mra. Guet were: At ithe 4s p v. -
Mesda aesR -E. .
COffey, D. D. Dikson, R. W. Cristobil 1 -t C duab
Dfermift, A. 3. Fingerhut, A. R. Meets Il WArgarita
Knowland, J. T. Lowett, J. E. The Cristobal Emblem Club No.
Simms, S. G. Winsky, R. Wither- 52 held Its October social at the
ington and L. Zislis. Elk's Home in Margarita Tues-
-- day evening.
Adm. And Mrs. Miles The evening was sent finishing
Hosts At Portobelo the handwork and Christmas dec-
Rear. Adm. and Mrs. Milton E. orations for the Bazaar which is


Open daily
rEL until

from 10 a.m.
3 a.m.


f0ox 503 7, Ancon


R,x 134, Panarna

to be held tomorrow afternoOn, at
the taIk's Home.
A Halloween Theme was clever-
ly carried out at the refreshment
table. Hostesses were Mrs. Midge
Larrison and Mrs, Bernice Grier.
Those present were: Mrs. Fan-
ny Kaplan, Mrs. Gerry Cellucci,
Mrs. Vera Fagerberg, Mrs. Gwen
DeTore, Mrs. Elaine H a I f o r d,
Mrs. Helen Crowell, Mrs. Anne
Maner, Mrs. Dorothy LaC r o ix,
Mrs. Dotha Cougher, Mrs. Char-
lotte Tully, Mrs. Gertrude A 11-
gaier, Mrs. Alberta Roth, M r s.
Jeanne Bensen, Mrs. B il li e
Cruml-, Mrs. Kathleen Huffman,
Mrs. Jane Huldtquist, Mrs. Ma-
rium White, Mrs. Midge Larrison,
and Mrs. Bennice Grier.
Nature Study. Group
Learns About Birds
On Wednesday, twenty mem-
bers of the Nature Study Group
of the Canal Zone College Club
met at the home of Mrs. Paul D.
Barnard, who had arranged exhi-
bits illustrating methods of bird
She also briefed them on gener-
al characteristics of orders and
families of birds, and an aid to*
identification in books which are
available locally.
On Nov. 16, at the Camera
Club in Diablo Heights, Mrs. Bar-
nard will show slides which will
give further assistance in learning
to know the native species.

Ft. Clayton NCO Wives
Hold Coffee Party
The Ft. Clayton N.C.O.' Wives
Club recently held their morning
coffee at the Ft. Clayton N.C.O.
The Meadames whoa attended
were Pehrl Ardinger. Katherine
Cout helba Williams, Jua-
nit V Moore. JekAlOe Mil-
!er. Lydi Oillette, M4ell o d a n
Grubbs, Anna Blackaby, Alice In-
gle, Minnie Mae Freeman, Etta
Holsford, Margaret Beauregard,
Stella Wagner, Dorothy Lesley,
Ernestine McCoy, Irene Knights,
Joan Causas and Mrs. Davidson,
Mrs. Young, Mrs. Schwan and
Mrs. Herndon.

Cristobal Emblem Club
Bazaar Tomorrow Afternoomn
The Cristobal Emblem Club ba-
zaar is to be held tomorrow aft-
ernoon, starting at 1 p.m. at the
Elk's Home in Margarita.
This will be an opportunity to
get some 'unusual Christmas gifts
with a personal touch for t h a t
hard-to-buy person on your Christ-
mas list. There will also be some
very beautiful and unusual Christ-
mas decorations, baked g oo d s.
potted plants, white elephant and
parcel post articles, and a f i s h
the entertainment of the
small fry.
mnoe public Is invited. There is
Sno admission charge.,
Rotary News
Has Varied Program
'The Cristobal-Colon Rotar y
Club held their regular luncheon
meeting at the Stranger's Club
Thursday. Official guest included
Dr. Antonio Alberola, S p a n i h
Consul to Colon, who had been in-
vited to attend the Columbus Day
meeting last week but had been
unable to be present, and Profes-
sor Victor Dosman, Director of
the Abel Bravo School in Colon.
There were two visiting R o t a-



rialts, George Armitage from Ho.
nolulu and Ernest Koref of Pana-
Nelson Magner of Cristobal was
also present as guest of R o t a-
rian Don Dietz. Rotarian Harry
Eno was welcomed back from an
extended trip to Europe. He prom-
ised to give the Club a full ac-
count of his travels at a later
meeting. Rotarian Phil Dur said
goodbye to his fellow members.
F. is leaving on Oct. 29 for his
new post in Yokohama.
One of the regular activities of
the Cristobal Colon Rotary Club
is the 21 American Republics Club
which has been sponsored by Ro-
tary in Cristobal High School for
some years now. Students chosen
to represent the 21 Republics,
make a special study of their
particular Republic and write an
essay on the subject. One a year
the twenty-one students are invit-
ed to attend a Rotary luncheon
and prizes are awarded for the
three. best essays.

The contest proved so popular in
the Cristobal Srhool that Commit-
tee Chairman Manolo Castillo sug-
gested some three months ago
that the 21-Club be extended to in-
clude two schools in Colon, Abel
Bravo and St. J o s e p h's. The
meeting today celebrated the con-
clusion of those arrangements.
Bron Hipolito. Director of St. Jo-

Kach eties fot ineeleIs In this
fiumal fhd *Vha=Wtted in tfp-
"rAtten lo=m ma ed ito one *of
the boxa umbers itdd aily ta -...
pal and otberwli," Se delivered
by h4md to th ibe et Notice a
MteUUVO mutn bb AatM *Iy WW.

Doctors' Wives
Meet Wednesday
The Doctors' Wives' Club will
hold a coffee next Wednesday at
9:30 a.m. at Fort Clayton Offi-
cers' Club. Guest. speaker will be
rs. Amy Holden, who will talk
on dress designing.
The Fort Clayton members will
be hostesses at this gathering,
For reservations c all Mrs.
George Leone Clayton 4185.

Radio Series
On Communism
Begins Tomorrow

3T. JOSEPH'S SOCIAL CENTER in Coldn is the gathoeng place of 189 poor families who reI
ceive a weekly package there. To assist In raising iunas for this worthy charity, Professor Ma-
nuel Fvuster will present three of his students In a piano concert beiedrit to be given at the
Caribe Theatre in Colon on Nov. 23 at 9 pm. PublIc support is. Invited.

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seph's, had been asked to attend A program seri e s, entitled tlCnaer 5, rej,
but was unable to be present on "Communism-World Menace of to-
account of illness. Professor Dos- day." will be heard over radio BY GAILE DUGAS
man of Abel Bravo thanked the station HOXO, beginning tomor-'
Rotary Club for extending the 21- row at 12:45 p.m. NEW YORK (NEA)-The slim
CI .' to include the. two Colon shaft of a dress is important to
schools. In a speech delivered in The program features Dr. Fred oil fashion this fall and winter,
English he described the scheme C. Schwartz, lecturer on interna- It hasn't entirely crowded o u t
as living up fully to the ideals of tional affairs, and one of t h e full skirts .but it's basic to high
Simon Bolivar for friendship and World's recognized authorities on fashion.
unity among the Americas. Communism. This vertical, sleek and sophis-
The 1956 schedule calls for the ticated line is seen both daytime
Cristobal High School essays to Dr. Schwartz will discuss such and evening. It's feminine and
be presented on April 14 which is to pics as "What is Communism?," It's flattering. It's done in jersey
Americas Day. Abel Bravo's' on "'Communism and Philosophy," with rabbit's hair. While the
Oct. 12 (Columbus Day) and St. "Communism and Scienc e," slender line rtmains unchanged,
Joseph's on Nov. 28 (Independence "Communism and World C o n- of velvet or silk brocade or wool
from Spain). quest." the appearance varies greatly
----- with the fabric used.
Another important activity of chairs, tables, lamps, stoves, ca- It the fall and winter collection
the Cristobal Colon Rotary Club is binets, soap and food a 11 of of designer Hannah Troy, this s
the help that they give to the Old which had been donated nony- slim line s expresse in elegant
People's Home at Puerto Pilon. mously. fabrics. We show (left) her cock-
Chairman Joe BeverhoUdt of this .tail sheath in luxurious silver silk
particular committee announced At the same time he had dell-' brocade.
at the meeting t-h a t he had Vered four wheel chairs purchas- Popo dress (right b i
made five trips to the. Old tAM ed by the Club a l b o- p drsr t ish by
Home in the past week de#v# Inated by otaria Pn9iTaymond time designed is in btr'
wOol with high neckline that had
pull through ending in p6 m,
poms. Shoulders are dropped and
narrow; shirt has side pockets.
S(Photographed in the apartment
D on t buy 56 ofHaroldM. Schwartz, Interior
6 I OrI Arrchitect).

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T .he trend of business at Hotel
El Panama indicates that cam-
paigns to publicize Panama as a
year-round vacation land Is
showing results, hotel manager
Joseph Cunningham declared
Cunningham credited the in-
crease in local tourist business
to the air and steamship lines
Which are encouraging travelers
to stop over in Panama.

S/akej .Jo C.teaant, Jabric

SB Scouts Give
Out Ballots
In Rainbow City
. Ballots for the election of of-
ficers of the Rainbow City Civic
Council have been distributed to
residents of the city with the
help of troop members of the
International Boy Scouts.

Sidney Young
Out Of Hospital
8tdney A. Young, publisher of
the weekly Panama Tribune, re-
ceived his discharge from the
Panama Hospital this week aft-
er a brief confinement.-
Young suffered a heart at-
tack in July and was confined

Election of officers i slated to his home Under treat
for Wednedsay night at 7:30. All Dr. Daniel dhanis, Jr.
ballots should be filled in and Fernando Clinic, and Dr
returned by that time. zalez Barrientos.
A special meeting Is being
held for the occasion, which Young's condition is
residents of the community ar. improved and he is repol
invited to attend in Rainbow of danger by attending
City gym. ciah1

ment Of
of foin
Ir. Gon.

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at all times!

It enjoy the largest sales volume in Panama, United
States and other countries, mainly because it does not
create difficulties with your hair. it does not itch or
otherwise bother your sdalpI
It never fails to give the results desired!
Distributor in the Republic of Panama and
the Canal Zone .

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When the hotel opened in .
1051, July, August and Septem-
ber were considered slow
months, but this year they have
shown 25 per cent increase over J a
1094. Acnainting travel agents,
travel editors, and hotel groups p jl
With Panama's mat y attractions sterling
is paying off, proving that tour-
tam in Panama can become a
leading Industry here as It lIs
in many other countries, the
hotel manager asid.
A recent breakdown on the
origin of oHtel Fl Panama over-
night euedts show that the
West Coast of the TTnited States
ranks first on the list. with the
New York area second. Third
(on the list are travelers from BOOK MARK
the nearby Reoublic of Colom- NAPKIN RING
blia. It Is expected that travel NA N RN
from %riami -will Increase dur-
O1g the coming year.
runningham referred specifi-
cally to overnight guests and
not the cruiro passengers who
Arrive herre for one ftn durin itlW
the "cruise season," rlohnith
they too are a bip contribution
factor In tourism. (c.a.)






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I WABHINGTON, Oct. 32 (UP) -
...eL. Walter F. Geor. (D-, I-
QS.) took the posit todaylI
thtt Red China's wllngness to
Over mutual problems at -
Oneva amounts to a prV6M8e to
8cM to use force" In the Far

The Georgia Democrat was
asked his views on a Peiping ra-
190 broadcast which again vow-
ed Red China's determination
"to liberate" Formosa, by force,
St necessary.
SGeorge, chairman of the 8en-
ate Foreign Relations Com-
lmittee, was shown a headline
khich read: "Peiping turns
down Dulles on renouncing use
ot force."

First George said he did not
ow about the Peiping threat
Id didn't wish to comment
ftout further information.
I thought that willingness to
k was an Implied promise not
oe force," George said.
dIerje hos frequently called
Shigerlevel talks between
SUsted States and Red Ch-

lOX 2031, ANCON, C.2.
NEWCOMERS Top quality
beauty service, is offered you at
Cocoll Clubhouse Beauty Shop.
Experienced Stateside lieemed
operator. Navy 3812.
DR. WENDEHAKI Medical Clin-
ie Day-Night service. Oppoite
Chase mank. Phone 2-3479.

Wanted to Buy

couch in good condition. Phone
Balboa 2-2807.

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FOR SALE:- Quartermaster ta-
ble, coffee table, wicker chair,
6 oak chairs, bed. Balboa 2826.
FOR SALE:-/ mahogany bed.
night table $50; vanity with
bench $25; buffet with hutch-
bleached mahogany $50; ma-
hogany china closet $25; steel
cabinet $5; General Electric
mixer $35; bookcases $45, $35,
$25. Phone 3-5366.
FOR SALE:-Kenmore deluxe 3-
speed ironer, knee controls, 60-
cycle, used loss than 6 months,
$150; 2 mattress-box spring
combinations, twin bed sixe, less
than year old, never used, $25
each. 86-3146.
FOR SALE:-Quartermater din-
ing room table, 4 chain, 3 drss-
on, rug, vacuum cleaner practi-
cally new; miscellaneous arti-
cles. Phone Balboa 2921 or call
at 0431-G, Ancon.
FOR SALE:- Rare opportunity!
Living room set: 4 elastic-body
arm chairs and big sofa, three
tables (all mahogany, made by
Cowes), only $190; Chinese
teakwood throe section screen,
eKquisitely carved figures for
$100; one id mahogany three-
lopen dimontable wardrobe
, $IQ. tqudire at U9( 5tsret No.
28. Phase 3.0339.

FOR SALE: General Electric
swivel top vacuum teanwer, mod-
ofl C-2, excellent condition. Tel-
ephone 87-5127. ,


ATTENTION G. I.1 Just built
modern furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water,
Phone Penamo 3-4941.
FOR RENT:-2-bedreom apart-
ment, big patio, near bus stop.
San Francisco. Phone Sal. 1464.
FOR RENT.-- Completely fur-
nished apartment. North Ameri-
can neighbors, regular transport
station. Phone 3-0471.
FOR RENT.:-One and two-bed-
room apartments with see view,
cool, unfurnished. Uruguay St.
No. 2.

FOR RENT:-2-bedroom apart-
ment, living room, dining room,.
hot water, kitchen, maid's room.
Dr. AlbIrto Navarre St. No. 52.
Phone 3-2803.

FOR RENT:- Furnished part-
ment, military inspected. V i a
Porras No. 99. Phone 3-2068.

* Many oatrl has spent so much.
time buttering up a boy friend
that he has slipped through her
fingers. _______

When two hiph shoov students
pt their heods together theycon
do wonders with the modem
d 0oe step. *m*


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. 3-4786.
FOR SALE:-'49 Ford Tudor se-
dan. Leaving Isthmus. Must sell
before Nov. 15. Phone 84-5167,
Pfc. Coleman or Pfc. Plant.
FOR SALE:- 1948 Mercury 4-
door black, good condition $350.
238-8, Sibert St., Gatun 5-529.
FOR SALE:-Cadillac Fleetwood
in perfect condition, w/radio,
w/s tires and all the extras,
$990 csh. Call Johnny, Phone
2-2636 or 2-2631 .
FOR.SALE:-1950 Ford Sedan
$550. Call Panama 3-4808 aft-
er 4:30 p.m.
FOR SALE:- 1953 Olds "98"
4-door Sedan, hydramatic, ra-
die, w/w tires, $1500. $500
dowP $57 per month. SMOOT
FOR SALE:- 1948 Nash con-
vetile, good condition, excel-
lent Suv. Phone 2921 or call at
0431-G, Anceo. U'




FOR SALE: ierman Harster
mountain canaries, onexe nt in-
eis $15. a, ACUARIO TROP-
ICAL PET SHOP, 49 Via sIpaa
Phone 3-5411.
FOR SALE: Baby's cMr bed
$2.50, "Thayer" twin baby car-
rieag, plastic covered, chrome
handle barn, sofa-bed with new
cover $30; snow pants and coat
(blue, size 5) for girls both $7.
Owen Street 2354-A, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Bargain. 3 lp.
Johnson motor 1955, silboat
PB50, 1951 Chevrolet 2-door,
w/w tires, radio. 821-X Creton
Street, Balboa.
FOR SALIE Violin and cae,
good condition, $25. Phone Bal-
boa 4130.
FOR SALE:-Air condition unit,
Frigidairs.Vz-hp. like new $150,
Phone 868, Colon.
FOR SALE --Attention! Selling
at a Bargain. Stono's modern Re-
fresqueria Restaurant, between
Guerrero and Arosemena Ave-
nues in Colon, 9th Street.

Sealed bids, for opening in pub-
lic, will be received until'2:30
p.m., October 28. 1955, in the
office of Superintendent of
Storehouses, Balboa, for basal I
metabolism and tesuscitator ap-
paratus, physicians' bags, basins,
basinettes, beds, boots, food car-
riage, wicker chair s, dress-
er, metal drums for sterile
dressings, desk, clothes hamper,
dishpans, hotplate, crib, mat-
treses, enamel measures, bed-
pans. dressing pans, bed pillows,
water pitchers, refrigerators, unit-
for refrigerator, scales, bedside
stands,.office stools, bed sprigs,
sterilizers, instrument trays, and
tables located at Cristebal Stoe-
house, telephone 3-1265. :Invi-
taolMe No. 196 may be obtained
from the above source., o from
Soffeo of Suplistdeiat of
StMrehousea, telephone 2-1315.:

FOR SALE: Deluxe amateur
station, Panda 120-watt trans-
mirter, HRO 50-1 receiver, 15'
and 20-meter beams, etc. Phone
KZ5WZ, Balboa 2.3173.

Sealed bids. for opening in pub-
lic. will be received until 2:30
p.m.. November 4. 1955. in the
office of Superintendent of Store-
houses. Balboa, for vehicles, in-
cluding pickup, panel, canopy
express. stake. cable splicer,
motorcycle, dump 'lumber flHati,
and sedan located at Section "I.',
Balboa Storehouse, telephone 2-
2720 and Cristobal Storehouse,
telephone 3-1265. Invitation
No. 204 may be obtained from
the above sources, or from of-
fice of Superintendent of Store-
houses, telephone 2-1815.

t car lkuomce reached farm macltn-
iae the MG.04 tractor. Exhibited at I
I.gMr-Ia Wot Berlin, Germneay tm

Gramie.b's Santo Clara lach
Cottages. Modern convenience$,
moderate rates. Phene Gamboa
ShrepnusA fumirsed hou m o
beack st Ionta Chn. Teleploe
Thompo, Balboa 1772.
past Casin. Low rtele. Phooe
Belbo. 1866.
looking ocean. Private steps to
beach (2 min. walk). Gas ranges,
reorigeratoer pingpong, putting
green, etc. Call Navy 3812. of-
fice hours and Navy 3121 eve-
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottaooa
Santa Clers. Box 435, Belboe.
Phone Panemo 31877. Criste-
bel 3-1478.

FOR RENT--2-bedroom chalet,
maid's -room, completely fur-
nished. Jose de Fabregs Avenue
No. 12 (Pasadena).
FOR RENT:-Small chalet, liv-
ing room, kitchen, 2 bedrooms,
maid's reom and garage. Aveni-
da Mexico No. 5, between 31st
and 32nd streets.
FOR RENT: Modern chalet,
Coce del Mar, San Francisco.
3-4969, 3-6373.

Damas Civicas Seek

New Talent For

Show In November

Members of Las Damas Civicas,
a newly-formed charitable group
of Panama City, are now engag-
ed in searching for new talent for
a program to be presented late
ini November. .
The "tab nt igt' pregra w
probably be the last fund-raising
activity by Las Damas Civicas to
rasge funds for their 1955 Christ-
mas drive to ptr ovid e yuletide
cheer for some of the poorer peo-
ple of Panama City.

Position Uttered
WANrtO: yo.i
lady for office work, must be
stone-typit. Write giving details
*f epriener and personal data,
ineliudlg eea t picture, Beox
949, Anus, C.Z.


FOR RENT:-eem $20,apart-
mote $30.' Inquire IEtudlante
Street No. 100. Phone 3-0850
or 2-1508. .

Real Estate
WI BUY, Sel end Moanage Ret
Estt. "The Ipmpotl rol."
Cathedral flo. PIenom Tole-
phon 2-0857.
FOR SALE :-oqueto. Now small
chalet: 2 bedroom, kitchen, liv-
ing room, furnished; water, ea-
tie 600 meters electricity avail-
able, roeidontial district Santua-
rio d o Guadalupe, beautiful views
of sea and mountains. Owner
leaving, asking $3000. Write
Joseph Conlin, Boquite.

SI. Peter's Women C Teacher's Son

To Observe Their)

Anniversary Sunday

Members of the Woman's Aux-
1liary of St. Peter's church ill La
Boca will observe their anniver-
sary by making, a corporate
communion at the Choral Eu-
charist at 7 a.m. tomorrow, to
be celebrated by the Rev. John
Spear, priest In charge.
The Woman's Auxiliary Is the
oldest surviving organization of
St. Peter's, and has been very
active in parish affairs. Besides
taking care of the altar ana as-
sisting with church cleaning, it
has made various donations to
the church from. time to time.
Presently the group Is concen-
trating on a bazaar which it
will sponsor In the parish halt
Wednesday night, Nov. 10, in aid
of the parish.
Booths will be erected for ite
sale of hot dogs and soda, home
made food and candy, snowball
and needlework. There will a!so
be a fishing pond and cake walk
Persons desirous of donating
to the bazaar may contact the
chairman, Mrs. Ethlyn Ingleton
or Mrs. Eulean Harris.

Achieves Success

With Spanish Play
A translation by William I.
Oliver, Cornell graduate stu-
dent, of a play by Federico Gar-
cla Lorca appears in the new
eighth selection of "New World
The play is "The Tragicome-
dy of Don Cristobita and DohA.
Rosita." Oliver, a candidate for
a Ph.D. degree in speech and
drama, translated Lorca's
"Blood Wedding," produced at
Cornell last spring during the
Festival of Contemporary Arts.
For three years he directed
the Fargo Moorhead Communi-
ty Theater in Fargo, N.D., and
this summer directed the On-
teora Theater in Tannersville,
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Oliver of Balboa, Canal Zone,
Oliver was born in Panama Ci-
ty, and received a bachelor of
tine arts degree from Carnegie
Institute of Technology and a
master's from Cornell this year.
Walter Oliver, his father, is
with the School's Division of
the Canal Zone. He is in charge
of converting the Latin Ameri-
can Schools from English speak-
mg to Spknish speaking.



The program planned for Nov- I
vember will include performances
by soprano Ivy, Savage and the
Modernaires, who have announced U
the discovery of some outstanding
prospects for the show a among
residents of the Cafshl Zone.
Tickets for the program will go
on sale next week,

Sunday, October 23rd, 1955 -- At 9:45 a.m.

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Texas Christian Wins

21-19 While Marquette

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NEW YORK, Oct.22 (UP)-Who said the home
team enjoysan advantage in college football games?

Marquette avaded 9e0ton
Friday night as tw6 touch-
down underdog against Boston
College and knocked the Eaglft
from the perf record ranks
by ainn a 1-13 tie.
Tekas W a, despite four
victories in five game, was a
six-point underdog against Mi-
mI in the Orange Bowl. So
what happens? The Horned
Frogs turn back Miami, 21-19,
behind the passing of quarter-
back Charlie Curtis.
A blocked punt and a fumble
set up two firat period touch-
downs by 'Marquette at Boston.
The Eagles battled back on sec-
end and. fourth quarter scores
by quarterback Billy Donlan, but
hadto settle for a tie when.
Frank COustieau'w attempted
conversion was blocked bv Mar-
quette's Fred Connally after the
second touchdown.
At Miami, Curtis tossed
touchdown asses to Jimmy
Swink and O'Day Williams
and accounted for TCU's other
score on a one-yard plunge.
Fullback Harold Pollard also
had a big hand In the upset
by converting after each Hor-
ned Frog touchdown.
Miami, which now has lost
three of Its first four games,
rigged its defense to stop Swink.
However, the lean TCU halfback
accounted for 124 of his team's
total rushing yardage of 201
yards on 18 carries.
U.C.L.A., the defending na-
tional champion and rated fifth
In the national rankings, charg-
ed and drove to as33 to 13 vic-
tory over Iowa in their inter-
sectional clash at Los Angeles
before 75,692 fans. Sam Brown
scored three times for the U-
clans, while Ronnie Knox com-
pleted a 75-yard pass play to
end Hal Smith for another
touchdown in the final 16 sec-
In other major Friday night
games, Billy Russell's third pe-
riod touchdown carried Detroit
. teo l-oI oe'er Okla)boma
A. td l i i tMlesourl Valley
C erteer ablel, h 1] e
te r a'c k Jimmy Bwen
pitched three scoring passes in
leading Denver to a 33-0 Skyline
Conference win over Brigham
dUo beaten Michigan, Mary-
land. Oklahoma and Navy -
rated 1-2-3-4 In the national
rankings, were favored by at
least two touchdowns for their
Saturday engagements.
Although end Ron Kramer
and backs Lou Baldacci- and Jim
Maddock were consi d e r e d
doubtful starters, Michigan was
expected to prevail over Min-
nesota in their "Little Brown
Jug" game at Minneaoolis, while
Maryland came north for a
meeting with unpredictable Sy-
Oklahoma, unbeaten in 4U
straight 'Big Seven games, was
picked to extend that streak a-
Rainst Colorado on the Sooners"
home field and Navy warms up




O'Malley Says

Amoros May Be,

'Put On Block'J

HAVANA, Oct. 22 (UP)-
President Walter O'Malley of
the world champion Brooklyn
Dodgers Indicated today he
might include World Series he-
ro Sandy Amoros in a deal but
warned "someone would have to
offer a lot of'money for him."
Describinr the 23-year-old

for next week's meeting with native of atansas, Cuba, as
Natre Dama b playing h aples "The ma who saved the
Pen ylvania at P -idphRa. world Series for us," O'Malley
xth-anked Michigan State nevertheless once d e d he
was minus halfback Clarence could be tempted to sell him.
Peaks for its Rig Ten clash with O'Malley and two of his too
Illinois at.home, while seventh aids are slated to confer with
ranked Duke entertained Pitts- general ananger Frank Lane
burgh eight-ranked Auburn of the St Louis Cardinals
hosted Furman ant ninth- sometime during their Carib-
ranked Southern California was bean trip.
at California in a pacific Coast Amoros made the most spec
Conference game. tacular play of the Dodgers
Notre Dame, which dropped World Series victory over th
to 10th place in the ratings fol- New York Yankees when hi
lowing Its defeat by Michigan catch of a fly ball by Yogi Berra
State, was at Purd.e. The Irish in the sixth inning of the sev
were a one-touchdown favorite enth contest started a double
but expected more trouble from play. The catch broke bad
Len Dawson, who passed the of a budding Yankee rally am
Boilermakers to an upset victo- helped Jhnny Podres over lit
ry over Notre Dame last year. toughest hurdle en route to a 2
In other Big Tea games, 0 triumph.
Ohio State was at Wisensin NIvertheless. the Dodgers are
and Indlaas at Northwestern. believed willing to Include
In the Southwest Conference, Ameros in a deal because he
the big game was Baylor at batted only .247 during the
'Texas A. and M., which Is rid- regular season and despite his
ing high after its upset over series catch s' considered ass
T.C.U., while Texas entertain- erratic fielder.
ed Rice. O'Malley pointed out that al
Mississippi State played Ala- the other Natiolaal League pen
bama, Florida faced Kentucky, nant contenders "are out to bet
and Tulane met Georgia in the ter themselves so we must con
Southeastern Conference. Wake slder any deal which might
Forest tackled North Carolina in strengthen us." At the sam
the only Atlantic Coast Confer- time he said Amoros would be i
ence game, while Utah and Wy- regular in the Brooklyn outfield
coming squared off in an im- next year "unless someone of
portant Skyline Conference bat- fers us a lot of money for him'
Other Pacific Coast Confer-
ence games pitted Stanford a-
gainst Washington and Oregon ImiA
State against Washington State. j U0 i le
Three unbeaten Eastern team3
were picked to survive another
weekend. Bowl-minded West U
Penn' State, Holy Cross played Bat t
host to Boston University, and
Yale went after Its fifth straight T 6 Ti
victory of the season aganirt | 0 -
Colgate. T 6 6 Tie
Elsewhere in the East, Army
was ready to explode against --
Columbia after two straight de- The hard fighting elevens of
feats, while Princeton visited. rrtstbal Ht gh School and the
Cornell nad d wa alt aal Zone Junt ~ College last
Dartmouth UI Leaguq cpn, nigbet bttled1to a -j deadlock
tests. I onz the soggy turf of Mount
Hope Stadium,
Early in the, second quarter,
lu oLambert Mantovani threw to
1G OO DJUSt Curtis Jeffrles who went over
for the Junior College touch-
By HERBERT MOISE The Tigers fought back and
DONT BLAME US, BUT IS evened the score in the third
RUMORED THAT: 'quarter when Man t ovant
pitched out a wet ball that got
(1) Sugar Ray Robinson may' away from Jim McKeown
be seen in action here sometime which was picked up by Luke
in December or January. Robin- Palumbo Jr. of CHS who went
son talked to Colon Boxing 30 yards for the final touch-
Commission vice-president Jef- down of the game.
person Joseph about the propos- The Green Devils threaten-
ed trip while the latter was ed throughout the fourth
spending a three-week vacation quarter with the game ending
In New York. Another bit of on the Cristobal eight-yard
correspondence reaching here line.
denoted that Ray is eager to The muddy field slowed
come to Panama but will delay down both teams ajnd made
making arrangements until his ball handling difficult.
Nov. 4 title fight against Bobo
(2) The Colon Commission ra Pk

SeaL iraf rI a Commialoi the formation of a
Sod Ah 1HWL championship committee.
1 ... (3) The Rainbow City Major
PlUAlM"aWM TA Mflf Softball League will prevent a|
rPo er T u repetition of 1955's washed out
league by starting early in Feb-i
Eadl Walls Nov. 15 (4) The Panama CommissionF
LONDON, Oct. 22 (UP)- took a "groggy" step in approv-
Boxing promoter Jack Solomons ing a championship bout w/o ,
today announced that Canada's any elimination. (We opine. I
heavyweight champion Earl however, that the fight in itself
Walls, will meet the South Afri- will be something to -see).
can giant Uwart Potgieter, in a (5) Astor Lewis' unofficial 9
10 round bout at Harrigay Arc-. record of the Panama Profes-
na on November 15. slonal Baseball League statistics
Swill be the toughest test of covers every phase of the game
the 7 feet 2 Inch, 323 pound ... nd i even more detailed
South African's career as Walls than the official scorers....
is rated fifth In the lit of chal- Don't blame us!
lengers for Rocky Marclano' "
world heavyweight title. ,. .
Potgieter on Tuesday night 'partanS lasterS
at Harringay Arena pounded the
Jamaican heavyweight Noel Ie fallai4 Rnc
Reid into submission after three I s Oll-U d B
rounds, but in Walls the South EAST LANSING. Mlch.-(NEA)
African will be meeting a fight- _Teammates call him S-tormn,.
er way above his cl Norman."
Promoter Solomons said he And four football teams will te-
was influenced by a one round ti to there a ess t nick-
private workout he saw between name affixec'to Norinn Masters,
Cuba's Nifio Valdes and Potgie- veteran Michgan State tackle'.
ter, when Valdes was training Masters, a solid 227 pounds and
for his bout against Cockell in quick, eoasistently disrupted the
London. operations of fine Indiana, Michbi-
Lew Burston, representative t gan. Stanford and Notre Dame
New York's International Box- teams with his offensive and de.
ing Club, did not think it a good fensive prowess.
match. "Walls can- hit and| "I wouldn't trade him for any
knows too much about the game, tackle in the country," saps Coach
for Potgieter," he said. Duffy Daugherty.








Rickey's Successor
Early xt Week

PIRATES TO Sports lyl
-The Pittsburgh Pirates board
of directors will meet here ear-
lv next week to pick a successor
to Branch Rickey who steps
down Nov. 1 after five years as
general manager of the National
League tail-enders.
Joe Brown, 37, son of the fa-
mous comedian, and Branch

TtOPHY PRESENTATION Col. H. S. Tubbs, Commanding Officer, Fort Clayton, presents the
team trophy in the First Panama Armed Forces Water Polo Championship to Lt. James Jack-
son, captain of the Clayton squad. Clayton, sw inming in their home pool, swamped the Life-
loners 16-6 to cop the prize. Members of the winning ensemble are in the background.
(U.S. Army photo)

PILE-UP-Fullback Ken Wheeler of the Balboa Bulldogs makes a gain through the Athletic
Club on the touchdown march in the first game between the two teams this season.

Pro Wrestling Revival On Tap

Tomorrow PM At Panama Gym

Wrestling the grunt and promptly at that hour. Last Scantlebury clash in another
groan sport that is so popular in Sunday, stragglers saw nothing affair, also set for eight heats,
cther countries will begin its of Caras Nuevas' curtain raise, at a weight limit of 138 pounds.
revival in Panama, with a three- because it ended in a first-round In the preliminary San Bias
fall match tomorrow night at knockout. Indian Arias Mendez battles
the National Gym, between The Daniel Moreno for four rounds
Great Chazam and The Shadow. Two boxing features are on at 126 pounds.
In recent years, wrestling has tap for tomorrow night. All protagonists finished
Colombia's lightweight champ training yesterday, and will
been held almost solely a- Baby Manola.iaUtL2, Colon's take only lighb workouts, pai
momr amateurs in Panama, Manuel pr t,- i M m eight- afternoon.
but areas Nuevas S.A., a re- round 129-pound contest. General admission Is 75 cents;
cently formed promoting And Carlos Watson and Beto ringside, $1.50.

group, has come up with the
idea to launch the activity on
a professional scale.
Tomorrow night's encounter
which will be the special at-
traction on a boxing card to be
presented by Caras Nuevas, will
be the first ltem on the.agenda.
Fans taking in the program
are urged to be on hand be-
fore 8:30, at which time hos.
utilities will begin.
Panama's new Boxing Com-
nmssion insists that shows start

Paging Leon Keliman
Baseball player Leon Kell-
man is requested to contact
Gil Morland of C. B. Fenton
and Co. in Cristobal as soon as
possible. Morland has receiv-
ed a letter for Kellman from

Rickey, Jr., are the "two most
outstanding candidates" for the
elder Rickey's job, 'co-owner
Tom Johnson said today. But
Johnson emphasized there are
prospects from outside the Pi-
rate organization whom "we are
considering too."
The elder Rickey re-affirmed
Wednesday his decision not to
seek reappointmeht as general
manager and vice president
when his contract expires In 11





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BHS Tackels Athletic Club .

In 2nd Half Championship I

Drive At Balboa Tonight

The Balboa Bulldaogs will start on the second half of their
championship drive tonight when they tee off against the Ath-
letic Club at 7 o'clock in the Balboa Btadium.
Balboa will go into the game a seven-point favorite as a
result of their 7-0 win over the Athletic'Club in their first meet-
Ing. With the possible loss of tackle Bob Connor with a brulase-
shoulder and guard Ken Morris, the point odds rapidly reduft
tonight's contest into a battle that should rate u one oofthe out
standing games of the season.
Following a custom that has been in practice or several
years, the Bulldogs have selected quarterback Ed cott and en&
Jerry Rohnett as game captains for tonight's tussle. Both boys
were outstanding in last week's 27-0 deoeatf of Oristobal High *
Starting lineups follow:

ReIt Ram6wn........ Sr.
Chalmrs, J.oe........Jr.
Cody, Harry ........Sr.
Clemmons, Jay....... Sr.
Feoeon, lob.......... Jr.
Sorrell, Herld ....... Sr.
Selb. James......... Sr.

185 LE
210 LT
145 LGS
190 C
185 36
185 RT
170 RI

OTa pls, D.. ...........
17Fox, J................... i,
7 Dillnia A. ..............
8 Leosedi, .............IT
001 ... ..
!13Jia Y...

42 Sco, Ed ............Sr. 140 Ql 4 a. J.............. 15 i
43 Sutherland, Owmn....Jr. 160 H I Bow .................14 i
41 Winklosky. D an.... Jr. 175 HI 20 Rewi 4......... .....1
71 Wheeler, Ken........Sr. 205 F 12 Tulfi ............... 17#'
HI 9 Manning ........ .... 150
Officials: Larry Chance (referee); Gene Gedman (umpire);
Don Chapin (linesman); Lou Hllzinger (field Judge).

Football Results
By United Press
Alabama State 13 Clark 6
COattanooga 7 Abilene Christian
Detroit 7 Oklahoma A-abd-M 0
Texas Christian 21 Miami (Fla)
Morehouse 6 Tuskegee 6
Fairmont St. Coll. 7 Salem Cell.
Boston College 13 Marquette 13
Pittsburgh State 12 Washbure
(Kan) 7
Bethal 33 Friends (Kan) 19
Denver 33 Brigham Young 0
U.C.L.A. 33 Iowa 13
Idaho State 20 Coll of Idaho 19
Mississippi Southern 34 Mem-

phis State 14
California Aggies 26 Nevada "
Baker U. 14I ethany College 13.

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


Reds Try To Blame United States

For Failure Of Disarmament Talks
:UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., Oct. received a verbatim report of limiting himself to a staL.- 830 men to 2.935.107 on June 30
22 I(UP The Soviet Union two series of secret meetings by ment that the- United States of this year. Additional cuts in
S.sought unsuccessfully yesterday its five-nation subcommittee, reserved its formal position in the U.S armed forces of about
to shift blame to the United Sobolev demanded an imme- this question...Thus, he em- 75,000 are contemplated bY June
States for failure of disarma- diate debate on the record so barked on a path, of avoiding 30, 1956.
I ment talks and to "stampede" that the full commission could -giving-up--any decision on "You will find the figures,
FAURE TENSE AS VOTE NEARS French Premier Edgar the United Nations Into an arms report to the General Assembly the problems of reduction of year by year, in the record be-
Faure 'top, and nLS Interior Minister. Ma urice Bourges-Mau- !reduction debate before the Ge- which, in turn, could debate armaments and prohibition of fore you. You will not find in
niury bottom, appear tense as the French National As- ineva foreign ministers meeting. disarmament at the same tLme nuclear weapons." that record, or any record, the
sembly debates tne citical Algeria Issue in Pas. U.S. Ambassador Henry Ca- It s being discussed by the Big Lodge replied: strength of the Soviet forces,
abot Lodge Jr.. placed facts and Four foreign ministers at their "The United States wants a for this year or any year.
Faure Presses Ahead W ith His Plans es before the 12-nation meeting starting next Thursday real debate on disarmament. I '-You will fid a report that
ure resss A ed W i is ans Disarmament Commission. He reviewed the subcommit- "And we want it in this cam- the Soviet Union is making cuts
He declared that Americans tee's work in terms most favor- mission, at the earliest feasible in its armed forces. You may
De|e* want a "real debate on dis- able to the Soviet Union and time and with the fullest ven- want to know from what level .
For French Election In December armament" said said Wash- told the commission: tilation of the problem. But. this reduction Is made Butou
Sington "opposes now, as it will "There is a definite possibility this Is not the time. will not find it In the record."'
always oppose, any attempts of agreement on the basic ques- "The Soviet representative In
S-- o-- to stampede" members of the tons of disarmament.. .this did his remarks tried to make It ap- R
PARIS. Oct 22-iUP--Pre- Maurice Bourges Maunoury, world organization's General not take place. it did not take pear that the United States hd l R-
rmier Edgar Paure pressed a- overseas France minister Pierre- Assembly, place as a result of the position gone back on its position and.
head today with hs plans fora Henri Tetgen, reconstruction The foll Disarmament Com- of the U.S. representative initurned its face away from thej
December French general ele- minister Roger Duchet, postal mission was summoned at the the subcommittee (presidential goals of disarmament...
ecembern.servicesminister Edouard n- request of Russia's Arkadv A. aide Harold E. Stassen). i "The United States has al- T- Exten To
Faure met with a number of'nefous labor minister Paul Ba-Sobolev to discuss Its report to "He avoided a discussion of ready given steady, yet specta- x enU To
ministers at his official Hotel con and two secretaries of state the General Assembly. proposals dealing with reduc- cular evidence of its Intentions.
Matinnon residence thiq mnrn-'attached to the Premier's of-! Only three hours before It- tion of armaments and pro- hy reducing its armed strenathi WASHINGTON, Oct. 22 'UP, m
Ing to get set for a National flee, Leopold Senghor and new- morning session the commission hibitions of atomic weapons, from a wartime peak of 12.302,- A revolutionary, remote-con- tr
Assembly session Tuesday at ly-appointed Jean Lecaunet. traoducled "sein truck" will bean ship-er
whichh the premier will submit The decision for quick new I reduced Into Caribbean ship- e
his plans to the deputies elections was reached yesterday W ar Crm es Prosecutor Rev ea s Russa Knew serviby
Faure wants a draft law p- n cabinet session presided TOKYO, Oct 22 UP A for-tha sinc Russia had a neutral asked the ambassador inthe TMT Traier Ferry Companynths of test- m
proved setting either Den 4 or ovons oer wa President Rene Cty of Miami, It as learned today. had two to ascertain developments on Ja-
theotn date. The government tsc hedl ed or next p ussa, whch won con- years o run and because of us pans peace offer. | But there might Eric Rathe bright i
Meetn th are hi dately introduced a bill In the ssons at Yalta b agreeing to i oin in relating t the The Russian government's re- prspects fr the sea theruck on tospe-
m morning were interior min hter'assembly calling for a new n a- IFi| i t I 5 ILll I. ed s
Sd tonwlde vote in the first al Ja ne w re t he Allied owers Russa should be ply was Russia is now at war runs between ohe r islands likPue o
Sof December. It demanded ur- toe th this country was ready approached as mediator Rico and the Virgin islands di
S, f ent consideration of the bill. TOKYO, Oct 22 UP, A for-:tha. since Russia had a neutralss asked the ambassador in Moscow after two Iore months of test m
eorl y Wi l 3nth The general elections rI_- mer war crimes prosecutor saidty pact with Japan which had two to ascertain developments on the beating.
""rtm i i bai vInlly B were scheduled for next tda hat Russia, whief h won con- ears to run and because of Rus. pan's peace offer.. Rssa-w. But there might also be bright Im
o Admi unistration e, whpresen th tenure of theession at alt by agreeing to sa s positi g on in relation to the "The Russian government's re- prospects for the sea truck on to

W. T. Coffey entered an ap-parliament elected inthe nsum- make warhe obtn Japan. knew at td his infor- as mlliediator in a shoupeaceld between to itwas medsiation efforts, a r technique, which saves on cost- blike
parent low offer of $79348 for mer of 1951 expires. time that this country was reao y approached as media or. wth Japan. Troops are crossing Hispaniola and Cuba if it proves by
thenterior panting of 13 a- The remier hoped new vot- to surrender "The Japanese ambassador in the Manchurian frontier.' successful in the eastern Carib- t

t fe m0 aprrrmpnt nlocatd o in "mfndat ef,,nlr oser in the early months of 1945 "Japan's peace herms" which world history in accepting the role to Rath's specifications by the tde
SIn Gambo which are bein made But an underground ouner oy L. Morganassociate pro- Moscow was to pastruted to apthe U- "Toga told me that up to the bean.
were opened yesterday the U.S. overnmen t.siv e ag ains t early election secuo 20r and chief prosecution n td prach the Russian Foreign Office end of the war. Rusia-w h i h Rath and his-two-ye har-s ld
-alboa Heights Administration the present clique-ridden as- Iestig r at the trial of w agre ed later in t Potsdamoo withe Rs- had iscel the role of peace- firm are pioneers of the devel-e 1
5uin-,..' .,, -, e= ...- Imier Hideki Tojo, said in an inp- sian government accepted the role maker--never advised Japan as oping 'roll-o rt-*Ol-o f" shipping vm
ds on the third part of th ot consous d e o tervewthat he obtained his infor-as mediator in a peace between to its mediation efforts technique, which saves on east-
Sw are Monday atthouerh all av agreed to t action fro the law, is inori To- Japan and the Unitemperor s tatem shou Tog indicated that Russia had ly cargo handling other electronic b
S Balboa He40 apartmeght s located move In principally, go,who as Japan's foreign e retaneplayed a most ignominious role in The first sea truck was built
Saraniser in the earlymonths of 1945 "Japan's peace herms which world history in accepting the role to Rath's specifications by the d
amboa which are bene made But an underground counter- edTojo, who was senended toW Russia was to pass on to the U-of peacemaker and using the in- wasBoun Marine Company ofas
available for use by the U.S. offensive against early elections serve 20 ears for war crimes, nDoug ted States, were similar to those formation thus obtained to furth- Wann. Rhode island. I has a
Army. already has begun among bal- died in prison agreedabilit to tion later t Potsdam, with its own pocies-and finally been undergoing tests or aIccar

Biry further the war atainrt the "Several months passed, and oed on against this background. l
Ids on the third prt of th lot conscious deputies even Morgan, a former FBI man three exceptions: in attacking a nation it knew to month.

Hiib 3ond. 55 .:atog alhvaredo members of the cabinet decid dtas to the progress of its media- fer to make peace, apparently
roup will be opened Monday at thouh ll have areed to te ho now practices law. is in To-I 1. The emperor system shouldibe already defeated. Radar and other electronic
alboa Heights. move "Inprinciple." kvo on private business be retained as, in fact, i t has gear make It possible for a two-
,d' His disclosures apparently were, been Ht.aperttdhoSiansg m b
r.'---- ____ 'inspired by this weeks Washing- "2. There should be no Allied went to Yalta knowing Japan was'
i01i ton release concerning Gen. Doug. occupation of Papan. ready to surrender. Their bargain-I .
PRICES: las MacArthur's views 3. There should be no prosecu- ing there over a price for their
PR : .75and .40 "Realizing Japan's inability to tion of Japanese leaders. participation in the war was car-
Tcarry further the war against the' "Several months passed, a n d led on against this background.
TO DA United States. Tojo and o t h e r Japan got no answer from Russia! "They had accepted Japan's bf-
members of the cabinet decided'as to the progress of its media- fer to make peace, apparently
."0.1:05. 5:05. 7:45.-n.m. to seek peace." he said. lion efforts. kept it to themselves, and capital-
.discussions, the group d e c id e d dropped on Hiroshima, and Tojofment's benefit."

J RELEASE DOCUMENTS-The Defense Departmpnt distributed a document report on the en-
t.v y.f the Sooiet Union into the war against Japan. Copies of the report are shown above
wiii a picture of Gen. MacArthur which was placed there by a photographer. The report
covers the p eriod flom the attack on Pearl Harbor to .,e surrender of Japan in Aug 1945, and
includes milhiary view expressed Ly Gen. Douglas MacArthur

By Russ Winterbotham and Ed Kudlaty
7-11 --174C

Glasser Wallach, wife of A-
merlcan Robert Wallach, Is-
shown in Moscow's Red Square
after her release from five
yeats imprisonment in a Sibe-
rian slave camp.

WON'T PAY-Utah Democrats
are demanding that J. Bracken
Lee, the state) Republican gov-
ernor, either pay hi federal
taxes or resign. Governor Lee
said he will not pay his income
tax. hoping, he says,'to secure
a U S. Supreme Court test of
the federal government's "right
to tax American people for the
supPPOrt at foreign M

A ROSE FOR CARMINE-New York Secretary of State Car-
mine DeSapio ha- a rose pinned on him by Kay Tarantino at a
Columbus Day dine In Sen Francisco. DeSapio admitted he
was on a political ex.-'oratirn junket, but denied he was try-
ing to seek the Dnmocratic presidential nomination for Gov.
Avere!i Harriman.

Off' Shipping Technique

Several Caribbean Routes
ian crew to operate the sea The larger vessel. scheduled to
ruck from. the bridge. go into service next April, will
Its twin-screw. 540-horsepow- operate on the 1000-mile run
r engines plve the vessel a from the mainland to Puerto
peed of 11 knots. It has a dead 'Rico. It Is to be adapted to needs
eight of 72 tons. It carries 10 for speed and distance.
railer-size containers or four: TMT will take over the LSD
illy-lbaded truck trailers. '"TMT Carib Queen" Nov. 1 and
"It is operated with the ease start the conversion. The twin-
f an automobile," Rath said. screw, self-propelled, 9000-ton
We have taken out all the tra- vessel Is expected to make 16
Itional gremlins that require and one-half knots.'
manual attention." TMT expects the conversion to
Rath sees the sea truck as in give the "Carib Queen" a caoa-
rportant third type of addition city of 100 trailers, 100 automo-
his rapidly expanding roll- biles, 500 tons of Pulk cargo and
i-roll- off cargo operations be- 12 passengers.
;een the Virgin Islands, Puer- Through a series of patented
Rico and Florida. loading and stowing techniques.
TMT is also one of three A- Rath believes great savings can
erican shipping firms whose be made in costly dockside .op.-
lans for coi'tlon 'of larger eratiqns. He est$lnates that on-
essels to rolr-otr-roll-off capa- ly four hours wli1 be required to
cities were recently approved discharge a cargo on8 fully re-
y the Federal Maritime Board. load the ship.
The sea truck. Rath said, is Meanwhile, he said, TMT ex-
esigned for short hauls- such pects before the en'd of the year
s the San Juan-Charlotte Am- to acquire also an additional
le segment of his present serv- nair of LST's-llke the "TMT
e. Puerto Rico" already In service.

REFLOATED-Up from its watery grave is the hull of the Japa-
nese cruiser-KJso, sunk in Manila Harbor, the Philippines, during i
World War 1I. Rust and.barnacles coat its hull, evidence of more
than a decade under water. Vessel at right is also Japanese.

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