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"Let the people knew the truth and the omrtCry Is jer Ahrmhmm Lincoln.
IAN AM A, R. p FRIDAY, S EFT EMBER 28, 195S
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1 ?. !!EYSf.lAU,
The former editor of the the-Panama
Panama the-Panama pocket majailne IS
and two other -men were
caught early this moraine
trying to cross the ranama ranama-aian
aian ranama-aian border from Costa Rica
with shipment of arms ana
ammunition. '-'-J''--J .-.','"
Police chief Bolivar Vallarino
said Jaime Padilla Beliz, who
until recently, edited "18 Jose
Ruffo and Luis Bernier were ar arrested
rested arrested at 1 a.m. today by a Na National
tional National Guard detachment at the
Valiarino said the weapons
consisted for two M cat. M-3
submachine guns. In addition
there were SM rounds of am
munitfonv for the machine
. guns, 317 bullets for,SM ri rifles
fles rifles and. five dynamite caps.
Th three men are belna held
at El Volcan, Chlrlqui.. and will
be transferred to Panama Cits
II:ru!J; Trib Prexy
C.iC::rdO( PC Co.
The annointmenf of Odgen Rog-
ers Reid, president of the New
York Herald Tribune, .Inc., to .the
Vboard of directors of the Panama
Canal Co. has been announced by
Secretary of tne Army wudbt m.
New nf the aDDointments was
received byvGw..v Potter
from Brucker. ;'v"Vi
Reid succeeds TV H. Maenner,
of Omaha. Neb. who recently re
signed. Maenner who lived in
the Canal Zone when a young boy.
hae served n the Panama Canal
Co. board since 1954. ,';
The new director has been edi
f th nw Vnrk Herald n-
h--- '"pe 1955. L J IS a f ru
.n H,n i V,i M War II and
iV. 1 ? I v oa BU
' pr.aiHpnt of lae Uth Air-,
borne Division Association m 1951i
and 1952. r
tr 1 la n.nthnr :ot r-twfc books,
"How Strong in America- T M
Score on wauonai,- ucicuac,
in ia;n with Robert S. Bird,
and 'The Threat of Red Sabo Sabotage,"
tage," Sabotage," published In 1951 with Fen
deU.Yerxa as cw-BUMfw...;
r Reid is married and the father
of two children. He lives In Pur Pur-haS
haS Pur-haS New York. He is 31 years
old and is the youngest man ever
to serve as a airecior w ,u
hama Canal Co. -
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MEXICO CITY, Sept.. 21 (UP (UP-Authorities
Authorities (UP-Authorities said today that a quajj-i
tity of firearms, liquor and gamb-
ling devices were seized in the
National Polytechnic S e n o o J,
xu HnrnfiiMionai aeitators
ivin musicians" who aved
with the students in the dormito
OfficiaU said 44 of the arrested
group would bt tried on charges
ranging from immoral acts to pos
session of fire arms. ,
Army soldiers 1,500 strong and
rm.fi with machine suns and ri-
fiM muted riotinz students who
had barricaded themselves in the
chnni huildinei and arrested 204
on charges of resistance, yester
day, , -,x
The school has been a source cf
worry to the government since the
spring when the students staged
a f.s-day strike marked by riots
ana violence. .
Th Ions strike waa led by
randro Mendozan who had just re
turned from a visit to Moscow, a.
was ended when the government
promised to study the students de
MILWAUKEE, Wis." Septus
(UP) Charles Willad McCarthy
pptitioned the circuit court to
change his narri to Charles Pat
rick Murphy. He told the : court
he could not stand being called
"woortnhead," oecause his name
vs t; same as Edgar Bergen's
:2AN, Wyo. Sepf 28-Coe
iTy KoLla and, 'Richard
e t 'ured insult was added
i.en frst their horses
and then they suffered
i bm the fire they-lit. to:
aid got out of control, i
VcWzt Givd Arrurcncs That .
CZers Worif Pay
The cost of Nic&raguan President Anastasio Somoza's
stay in Corjas Hospital wilf definitely not be passed on to
Canal Zonians, Cov. William E. Potter said today. ;
Ha' did not aay what was the daily cost of. the, VIP
suitnow "occupied iy Somb2a, Mrs; Somoza and their
daughter Lilian Sevilla-Sacasa, but gave assurance1 that
an exact record was, being kept of all costs incurred.
How the final, bill will
Potter did not state:
Somoza remains; In his state
of 'clouded consciousness," ac according
cording according to today's bulletins, but
according to Canal zone health
director CoL Charles O. Bruce is
"not -a state of coma."
"Bcfer tikins ff Ireitv Atbreok
"IkSt IMrniiifl hit Ttm flight'
ta Wnhinflttf., Mai. Gn. Laenarti
O.-Hcitea nportetl a lighteninf f
this cloud inm. true txpUintMl lit liter
er liter that the lightaning wo mini.
tmH4 ia the nannar hi which So So-moil
moil So-moil tipii4i t such standard
medical tattt ai light knacks o
tha knaas and elbows, and
ricki. His facial aNndu aim rt-
taena te the rayt of a KaihHiht.
. Andther planeside observation
by Heaton was that facilities at
Gorg-as Hospital were every bit
a good as at Walter Reed hos hospital,
pital, hospital, which he commands.
,' Heaton said that at no- time
has' Somozfr discussed with- him
or his colleagues the circumstan
ces of his shooting., "our discus
sions were purely professional."
':''-'.--:-'i" y' .r;,-
' Htatan NvaalaaT that ha has
hn ullad ha ankvarasa'af anca
daily hy FrasiSaM EiMahawar'
ffonal dactar, Ma. 6m. Haward
McC. Snydar, tinea laavinf Wah
instoa an the Samaaa caaa. v
Flvlng back to Washington Witli
! r- 'on vere Col. v James rorfe
Lt. Col. A"Lnir Cuiien of the
Walter Reed staff.
On departure. Heaton Issued
the following; statement: w
eeiore leaving tor wasning wasning-ton,
ton, wasning-ton, I wish to express" my sin sincere
cere sincere 'appreciation for the cour courtesies
tesies courtesies and cooperation given to
CoIJPorsee, Lt CoL Cohen, and
myself by the officials and pri private
vate private citizens of Nicaragua, Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, and the Canal Zone. Their
help and encouragement have
meant a great deal to us In the
accomplishment of the mission
to which we were assigned.
- "I Ifctl etitain that PrtiiJant Sa Sa-masa
masa Sa-masa la ia raaaonably skilled and
cmuMtant hands at Gorgai. Tha
staff f that fiat hospital hai- my
It has been a particularly
welcome experience to be asso associated
ciated associated during the past few days
with the eminent Panamanian
neuro-surtreon. Dr. Antonio Gon-
z&lez-Bevllla. His Judgment and
surgical skill have been or in invaluable
valuable invaluable assistance. : i;, .!!
"Mv visit here has been of the
most serious, nature, but I shall
always have pleasant memories
of the beauty of Central Amer
lea and tne warm friendliness
of Its people. v a:.?.;
In cancliiawn. I wiih la axpran
my aamatt hapa far tha -fad tacav
ary af Prasidenl Somcxa. Hit fan
By have my -hast wiihas and ny
high asteaaa far th cwnata thay
haa ihawn ; dnring fhaaa trying
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Today's Gorgas bulletin tt tt-ed:
ed: tt-ed: ;..' j-'y"? :
i The only1 significant change
in the condition of President So Somoza
moza Somoza during the past twenty twenty-four
four twenty-four hours is an increased re reaction
action reaction to stimuli and a lighten lightening
ing lightening of his state of clouded con--iousness.
" MHi hraathinf cantinuaa fa aa
regular and thara is slight improve"
. anant ia hia ganaral condition.
' The President as seen by
General Heaton and Dr. Gonza
les Revilla shortly after mid midnight
night midnight this : morning and the
changes described above were
noted by them aunng weir exa examination.
mination. examination. Blood pressure 135-80;
Pulse 124; Temperature 102."
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Name Of Dead Gl
Found In Ditch
Army sources today released
the name of a young soldier who
was found dead Wednesday morn
ing in a ditch near the Ft, Davis
Post office. ,':; '',
He was Pfc. Jose A. Mercado,
whose States' address was East
River Road, Columbia, Station,
His next of kin there have been
- Pfc. Mercado was found lac
down in the ditch which .contained
about five inches of water.
An autopsy being made to deter J
mine cause oi aeam is suu incom
plete, ; . )
be presented, and to whom,
Is Sure Shooting :
Was Outside Plot
MANAGUA. Sent. 28A(TJP1
Luis Somoza. son of President
Anastasio ; Semoza, said yester-
aay inai ne is convinced the at
tempt against his father's life
last Friday night in Leon had
international j connections. He
opposed the belief that the Rigo Rigo-berto
berto Rigo-berto L6pez Perez, a NIcaraguan,
acted entirely on his own be behalf.
Lopez Peres was killed on the
Meantime, Antonio Flores Ve
ga, former Minister of Develop Development,
ment, Development, has been released from
Jail.; He was anions: tha 300 ar
rested following the shooting. It
was-confirmed that Pablo An--tonio
Cuadra, co-director of La
rrensa, conservative opposition
organ, was being detained along
with Joaquin -Cuadra Charraorro,
attorney of the Banco de Ame
Foreign Minister Oscar SpvI
11a said: that groups ef exiles in
jvirxico ana costa Rica had hern
very active lntelv; Oiki nf th
JUiiLlpal opponpnts Of the nre-
sent government,; 1s a .former
colonel of the National Guard
Manuel Gomes; Flores, now be-
uevea an-'Mejaco.' It was Gdmes
Flores- who' in 1954 entered Ni
caragua from Costa. Rica with a
oarty or 21 allegedly to take the
uie or president somoza.-
BrikLi Explodes 1 i
Firsl AJVmic Davice
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MARALINGA Australia. Sent
28 (UPWBritain vestcrriav-
ploded its first atomic device in a
new series of nuclear weaoona
tests in the- northwest Australian
The d e l.c was exploded
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ruw a rower, it, lea a capinc:
hole ; Ur. the desert 500 yards!
across- and demogished the tower I
and several h,.iMin .nH ri.!
Disced near it -V 71 4I Canal aecK nanas usorwe
piHcea near k. ... v Hjm, HtffMnt.lfl1 at
me blast, had .been, postponed,
several times untif perfect weath
er conditions appeared yesterday.
An stimated 230 observer from
Britain;, thr United 'States, Aus4
iraua a no canana were on nana.
Itwaa th sixth atomic device
Britain: has- set-off in Australia.!
In the current series the scientists!
plan to drop one from an alrJ
plane, explode one On the ground
and another from a tower.
ARklVE OR SUEZ DCTT Five American pilots recruited to
guide ships through the 6uez canal stand with an Italian
' and Greek pilot In front of the Canal Company headquarters
in Ismailja, Egypt
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CHEERLEADERS IV FORMATION Balboa High School cheerleaders will' appear at the Foot-'
ball jamboree at Mount Hope Stadium tonight. A special train will leave Balboa Heights at
9:10 tonight to carry students to the other side,: it will return from Mount Hope at approx-
lmately 11:30 p.m. Shown here (left to right) are cheerleaders Judy Hotz, Yynn Raymond,
Gladys Miller; Linda Jacobs, Sharon Devore, Jackie Dunn, Geru MeGriff and Julia May.
Local 900 Seeks Wage
Ganal Boa rd :
"A spokesman for Local 900,
AFSCME, AFL-CIO, said to
day "active sympathefc con
sideration will be flven to its
bid for an across the board,
wage hike" for on-U,S. citi citi-ten
ten citi-ten employes- of the 3o.'CanaI
"At a conference neld yester yesterday
day yesterday in the board room of the
A d m i n i s t ration- Building at
Balboa Heights, Gov. William E.
Potter' assured the' loeai's oin oin-clals
clals oin-clals that the board of directors
ef the company will continue to
review the welfare of its em
He told the union that at
the next meeting of the board,
scheduled to be held. Oct. 13,
impacts arising- out of tho
new treaty between Panama
and the United States will be
considered. -r 1
The local union spokesman
ftuuca .uiou UUUiPBiiJ
-i0v .OBt Annstrfer ths nn-
prwnu res.i-ive ejam
bonus payments for night work
performed by lntermitteas jenv
In addition, the union officials
reauested bonus payments for
overtime work performed by all
employes at night.
. Union representatives also re requested
quested requested that those non-cltizens
employed on a "when actually
employed" (WAE) basis, but
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tto t 0:reil mpact
who work up to thirty-nine
hours per week, 'it placed on a
40-hour schedule or full time
status. '"'!- ".
Employes on WAB who work
up to 39 hours do not enjoy rest
leave benefits, but If they were
placed on a 40-hour week, they
would earn redt leave as applied
to all full time employes.
On the question of housing
for non-cltizens in the zone,
Potter pointed out that the pol policy
icy policy of the board of directors Is
not to expand the housing pro program
gram program for non-cltizens. However,
union representatives were as-
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Briiish Spy Ring
Heldfd By Pole
.' LONDON. "Sent 28' (UP) Po
land today announced the "li
quidation", of a British spy ring
headed, by a Polish bureaucrat
with access to important state
secrets.; f:-' '''
Four members of the alleged
espionage: ring were arrested,
Including a Swiss citizen, the
Polish. Hews Agency reported.
The report said all four ad admitted
mitted admitted their guilt. They were
arrested in August, it said.
Head man In the ring was Ta Ta-deusz
deusz Ta-deusz Babluskl, an inspector for
the central board of supplies for
the metallurgical Industry, the
report said. .-.-...
"Babluskl, as head man of the
Raw Materials fiuonlv DeDart-
meni at the Lenin Combine (in
Nowa Huta) and later aa a dep
uty airector of the Economy oi
Materials Unspector's Office In
Cracow, had access to Important
stae secrtts the agency said.
Tne rine supplied British in intelligence'
telligence' intelligence' with information of
both economic and military
projects, the agency said. Docu Documents
ments Documents containing state secrets
and invisible ink chemicals were
found on the arrested persons.
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I nspecf. Russians
MOSCfYW- Kpnf M flip t
w- tfm hcvsmen "ot thnir firrt
look yesterday at the Communist
Bloc's joint nuclear research vccn.j
ter at the village of Dubna in the
suburbs of Moscow.
- During the all day tour, they in
spected a new 10-miUlon volt el-
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that he would be back today.
eciron proton synciaToion, me must ne imaged on tts own menis. me eacn case . uie magazine fcwiw.. v
world's largest. The, also saw at The priest's concern was Intens--tiid. "Even whet two youngi Moscow radio said last night Ti Tithe
the Tithe "aotmlc village." r lified when a 15-year-otd boy in people love each other very much,4to and Khrushchev arrived In u
Newsmen were disappointed over, his parish, whom he had told that, a kiss between them is not always the B'ac: Sea peninsula
their failure to meet Bruno Pont-1 a kiss was a mortal sin, was told a search for sexual pleasure, where the historic Big Three con
corvo former British atom io by another priest that the offense Often, it is uo more than a dem- fermce of Yalta was held. i
scientist now working at the was merely veniaf. He asked onstration of affection." . An earlier Moscow broadcast
Dubna center.- "Palestra Clero" for an opinion. The magazine adiied. however, disclosed that Soviet Premier Nu
They were told that PontecorvO, The magazine found two rulings that "it is better- to be rigorous colai Bufganln, foreign minister D.
nnt -u-nrtlnff ThnrHav hut in thp Vasonna hv Pnn riompnt than ffpnirniia" in advisinB tecn-IT. ShepllOV and Other SOViOE
sured that the amount t quar-
ters now available in the Canal
Zone will not be reduced Once
the older houses in La Boca and
Rainbow City are demolished, t
? It was again pointed out to
union officials that the Company-Government
contemplate raising wages as
a result of the new treaty. -Officials
: atltendintr th con
ference for the union were:
Harold W. Rerrie, chairman;
sanuago Graham, Gv recording
and corresponding secretary;
and AFSCME, AFL-CIO interna international
tional international representative William H.
In Insane Asylum
MlNEOLA, N. Y. Sept. 28 (UP)
n wcar-uiu aociame Droxer. a
aisiam reiauve oi Sir Winston,
KspitM by brother to.
m dollar family ieud.
eys, lor George King'
W . KWft K V IUUK
Wm,Lfed habeas .eonnis, ac
iu ouuicuie v,uuii wmcn will
sit at PUgrim.. State Hospital to as?TT, ciaimea..ne was aisap aisap-hair
hair aisap-hair th. v .pointed in Chang,
Th ftAtinn claims th h,.MKI11
is perfectly sane and furthermore
. hi. i. ..... :
stitution, in light of his mother's'
alfeced id miliinn Hniiar fnrtim
is unwarranted and improper.
Attorney Joseph S. Robinson ofj
New York said he had been re.
tained by a group of Churchill's
menos, JDCiuaing vurus uaii, ior-i
mer son-in-law of the late Fresi-
aenr frsnkun D. Kooseyelt.
Tht attorneys charged that a
younger .brother. Harold B,
Churchill, persuaded their 88-year-!
old mother, Mrs. George A. H.I
ChurchilL to have Churchill com-!
mittcd to the state hospital in or-'
der to get his own bands on th
Yhen Is A Kiss Not A Sin?!- Priest
Poses Question To Catholic Press
ROME. Sent. 28 (UP) A priest
nosed a Question to the Catholic
nrpu tnHav Whan ic a kin nnt
sin?, ; ;
' The unofficial review "Palestra
Clero," noting that there has
been no official' ruling from the
church on the subject for nearly
300 years, reclied that each case
: . . a
'V in 13U, which bold that a kUs
Permission To Cut
Showing' of commertials on'CFN-TV wal resumed
today by order from the Defense Deportment v ,s ; ;
Television industry officials have refused to allow
editing or change in the programs which they supply fret
of charge for the world-wide Armed Forces network., ; v
Filmed programs used on the Canal Zone ore also
used in ether areas. To avoid jeopardizing the entire free
film program, the Defense Department has instructed
Caribbean Commavd to resume showina
Quarry Heights announced today.
Commercials on CFN-TV have
eliminated "to the maximum ex
tent possible during the past
four months, according to Quarry
HeightV ;. :''.:
This was done ; under interim
authorization granted by the De
fense DeDartmint on th rtnun.
lmendation of the commander in
chief, Caribbean .Command, Lt.
Gen. William K. Harrison Jr. and
US ambassador to Panama Jul'-j
nan i Harrington.
. xne step was taKen as a mea
sure of goodwill to further US
Panama relations, according vtu
Quarry Heights: The Panama fof
eign otiice nan rnipstrd tn eljm 1
jaajon of comuiercials from CFti
War Velcran Shools
South Korean Veep,
Inflicts Hand Wound
SEOUL, Sept. 28 (UP) A disJ
grunuea souin Aorean war veter
an today shot and wounded Vice
President Joh, M. Chang in a
bold assassination attempt on the
Diuer political opponei
dent Syngman Rhee.
"f'fi Ppoent. of Presi-
Chang was shot throueh the
paim oi nis lex nana tty, a man
uiuciiuiicu ujr uuulc as mm oaog
Boong,. 28, a former master ser
geant in the Republic of Korea
Army, , t
Kim told police Investigators he
shot Chang because "he is trying
to be friendly toward Japan which
is my enemy." national, police di
ww vuuui nvu mm.
I f"H ijlr ax i
, wiuuu aeciar
rescued the; .ss,UantlSVAhWom. .UBtfS'
enraged mob of soma 1.- i B1F P01
from an enraged
Itri?m.r' de Mnt Mogg a
!n sf "e ot luPPrt during the cam-
cnhnnf of ",et paign i which he reiterated hi.
J t- I
, TiJT u th.t th J
. j r V
"I thought be would do a better I
J0? tn J,!tion' lie(lu
ed. addine that because of Chane a
friendly'' atUtude .toward Japan
I began to regard him as my en-
MEMPHIS, Tenn. Sept. 28 (UP)
The Memth' Post Office reoorted
complete failure in a new, test to
ward off biting dogs by having
postmen carry dog biscuits on
their rounds. An unused portion of
Washington with a .note that biting
a biscuit supply was returned to
dogs snap that muca harder as
'they leap for the canine goodies.
between husband and wife; father
and daughter, brother and sister
or .inrlp and niprs i nnt tin
nrovided it arouses no sensual, '-er tpp readers of the Kremlin.
! passion, and another, by Pope Diplomats t offered -the alterna.'
Alexander VII late in the ; 17th' pe theory that Tito was drsstical.
century, saying that a kiss is a'jy dissatisfied with the Soviet, fot
veni,-' sir unless it is intended
ai a prelude to further intimacy,
"Thus it Is necessary to exam-
t i m il
age youthson sexual matters.'
CFN-TV has been televising on
a seven-day a week schedule, sine
MfJ. According to Quarry Heights
J".ina,, mucfl 01 Wtucn
are dilms of naUonaUy -known net network
work network shows, sr for the entertain entertainment,
ment, entertainment, information and a.ti..
of the US Armed. Forcei in th,
Or Le -Slrft, ZngUnd.'
Sept, u UP ) -ihe opposiuon
Socialist Party today scored an
impressive victory in the. first test
of political trends since the Sues
crisis broke over Britain, v
Socialist candidate Normia PenU
land outpolled conservative Wii.
ham Rees Mogg by better than
four to one in this traditional labor
stronghold. Labor's percentage of
I, -Srf W "P ftur P tent a:
vr th; last lction, and th con
VmouZ vote,lipped by 108 m
iTheK-Z',,J reffected public opin opinion
ion opinion shifta ova th. c... .-i.i.
shown by newspaper poll, recen"
'j. now some retreat ta pub pub-he
he pub-he sympathy for Sir Anthony Ed.
en s staunch sUnd against Egypt's
nationalization of the Suez-Canal.
nauonauzaUon of the Suei rin.i
u inm (OOK place SS tha
; Labor Party made cleaf Its oZ
position to the way Sir Anthnnw
as handled the Suez dispute
Labor has 'demanded immiiat
recourse to the United Nations a
step which was eventually taken
. last week bv Britain nHF..T
wvmuh victor renuand riMin.
,e.l4t" etand-firm wer
Tito's Sudden Trip ;
To Russia Gives
kuc iu Kuiiiuri
LONDON, Sept. 28 (UP) -MaV'
Shai Tito's amaiin flisht to u...:
sia set off reports today that Soma
of Russiafs "collective' leaders
may have turned against tho de de-stalinization
stalinization de-stalinization program of Soviet
Communist Boss Niklta Khrush Khrushchev.
chev. Khrushchev. v, .-.a
.. This was openly rumored in RpU
grade si well as western capitals,
both caught by surprise when tht
Yugoslsv President rushed off to
the Soviet Union aboard Hhrush Hhrush-chev's
chev's Hhrush-chev's plane yesterday,
' It was believed possible that
Khrushchev, who hurried to Yu Yugoslavia
goslavia Yugoslavia last week for eight days
ouu ui unuifciiweu isiKa wun XIIO,
may have taken the once-balky
xugosiav teaoer oaca wun mm to
Russia to support tbe new Commu Communist
nist Communist line in summit talks with oth
., up to agreements last year
and this June for close economic
ana jaeoiogicai cooperation oe-
tnrAAM tha turA jantintiMaasi -.
I statesmen are in tha same arpa.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
Wf AMD PUMISHtB v TH ANW M(IC4N PHtM. IMC
reuNDio av NtLSON aouNaiviLl.
HABMODIO AKIAS. torraa
7. M Crnrrr P. O. Bex (34.
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OmCt a I7 CCNTflAL AVCNU FCTWtfM I2TM NO HTM
rOMtH ftlMIMNTtTIVC, JOSHUA t. POWI6. INC
MAOiaoH AVC KlW VOaa. I (7 K. V.
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Foil am HONTMS. IM SO 11 OO
0 V(.a. IN 10. BO 14 OO
! THIS IS TOUR FORUM THI MADWK OWN COIUMH
Tha Mai I h m mi fawiai tat mdw of Tfca Faawa Aanrttaa.
j LaHtn in mair' iiiftilhr aae" era Melee' to waoUv eaatiotaial
M m featrihiite Mtat deal tmaatieRt V ft feat'! aOM Ik
. Mat 4ty tartan ara aeeluaed M Hi wdt facerr, J
s Him trv to see tfce letters Kanted ta aaa aa langta.
! Maetitv af lettat tn m held ta strictest coatiJeac -.
Thai saaaa, miaM m nuaoatiWirv far taMatt at epteieat
'Wftatia4 fa tartan ha at leseere. .
; "THE MAIL BOX
THE BOQTJET& BUGLE $
The rona. nlane to David Thursday moraine last week had
a heavy toad of passengers. The fllgnt was smooth and swift
tnd we landed one hour after leaving Tocumen.
I met Mrs. Fritz Marti in David. She had driven from El
iiato del Volcan In her German Ford station wagon in good
time despite Mr. Fallon, please note) the bad -roads. Mrs.
.Marti had come to the provincial capital ta complain a b o u t
chicken and duck thieves. She explained that the corregldor
at EI Hato is illiterate and that hit secretary, she suspects,
knows more about the theft of the chickens and ducks than
!an officer of the law should.
Speaking: of roads, if aU the roads In the Republic were as
good as the one from David to Boquete, Mr. Fallon would be
looking for another job. Certainly it does not look like the
'road I saw when I was here last time. 'It was delightful tq
notice the change In the air and temperature as we approached
'Boquete.'-- '' i-v-:: ," : .-
' Boquete has the business blues but that takes nothing a a-!way
!way a-!way from its charm. The weather has been generally good. Lots
of rain lately, but almost none since I arrived, and today is
perfect. One old timer here .said this is the best growing
! weather in many years, but unfortunately planting has been
hrery light -The vegetables (farmers lost two crops in the past
.two years from excessive rain. . .
I. Thi vear mv informant said, "they looked into the crys-
oal ball and decided not to take another chance and lose both
Jtheir seed and their labor. Also many of them are too broke
to buy seed." t
1 "What about loans from IFE?"
"Ask OTE and the farmers, about that," was the cryptic
a' modern concrete building has "just been .completed at
'the corner of Central Avenue and 2st Street. It will be occu occupied
pied occupied by IFE.
! Boquete may not be booming, but it is blooming. Saunter
'about the village and you will see a rose tree twelve feet high
covered with roses. The poinsetta is the deepest crimson I
have ever seen. The colors of all the flowers are stronger and
brighter than at sea level. This is true of hibiscus and bou bou-gainvlllea,
gainvlllea, bou-gainvlllea, too. Lilies are everywhere and how white.
' The fresh lettuce for lunch was a Chinese variety and the
stalk from which it came weighed three pounds. This morning
I bought fresh strawberries for the postre after today's lunch.
Pop Wright will be pleased to know that orange trees are load loaded
ed loaded with "popwright" oranges and many ripes ones are left ne neglected
glected neglected on the ground. I gave personal attention to one and
it was delicious. .
i I met Dave Basse on Central Avenue and he Is still driving
the station wagon Chat he has lettered on both sides; "Duefio
Descontento" and "Dissatisfied Owner.'" It still looks very good
for an. unsatisfactory car This is Jeep country. The Jeeps are
displacing norses and ox-carts as they can go about the same
plaees over the same rough going as we latter. However there
are still fincas in the huls that bring obut their produce on
pack-horses.. '-- ';
v;. , Crede Calhoun.
t 1NCON SCHOOL
; 'The mother "Who wrote lfTfthe otner day "aboufthe -Bitua-
tion in the Canal Zone' Schools doesn't -know the half of it.
JAncon School formerly had a, 'woman principal who of her own
.accord would go across to the Ancon Commissary and buy milk
for the children who wanted it. It seems ridiculous doesn't it,
! that even with the Commissary right across the street, the
children cannot have milk delivered to them. And the major majority
ity majority of them are too small to cross the street and get it for
themselves besides which they have only the quart size at An--'con.
I But the milk situation is a very-small facet of the picture
at Ancon. Picture a neglected schoolhouse that has not been
painted in over ten years, with books, curriculum, and teach-
ing methods of over 20 years ago and you have a small part
of the picture. All these years and they do not have a decent
room for the children to rest in or have lunch in; even the
principal has a cubby, hole for an office. But he does not need
: more, for he is principal of three grade schools and flits fran frantically
tically frantically back and forth from one to the other. What need for
i a principal's room after all. Why not just put his office in the
Some of the teachers in Ancon came through the original
' Qaillard Cut and have not altered their teaching methods since
ithey learned them. The children are the ones to bear the
'brunt. Reading by rote, arithmetic by repetition, and boredom
! by the ton. There is no such thing as making learning ion.
I do not know what can be done to correct the picture.
! Letters to the Mall Box may alert the parents but can scarcely
do any permanent good. There are no FT A meetings. There
I are no councils one can attend and put in a word here and
there. There is now way to express satisfaction or dissatisfac dissatisfac-Ition.
Ition. dissatisfac-Ition. r Is there any reason why this should be so? Governor Pot-
er, as father of two daughters, I urge you to look into this sit situation.
uation. situation. The majority of students at Ancon pay tuition, they
j come from all walks of life, their parents work in many differ-
ent places, they are the spokes of a wheel that is not turning
in favor of Pan-Canal Co.
SOMOZA'S GOSGAS BILL
I have been reading about all the efforts being made to save
the life of Nicaraguan Dictator Somoza and one. thought has
crossed my taxpaying mind. Who is paying for all this?
My interest stems from a sneaking suspicion that I may be
picking up the lab. If. I am, I don't like it. Because I don't
like dictators, with or without bullet holes, and I don't like
paying for medical care for one who is quite capable of paying
or it himself. .-
' The doctors flown down form Washington were at US ex expense
pense expense I am sure,. and being a taxpayer I will help to foot that
bill. But how about the bill that is being run up at Gorgas,
with doctors, nurses and. staff working 24 hours around the
clock and relatives being put up indefinitely? If either the So Somoza
moza Somoza family or tht Nicaraguan Government pay for all this,
that is one thing. But if it is going to be added to my hospital
bill or my commissary bill, I am going to squawk.
No Dough For Dictators.
By VICTOR RIEf EL
Harry Bridges, who himself wis
kicked in the groin last Friday,
has swung a mighty blow at
Dwicht D. Eisenhower. The So-
vieteering Longshoremen's Unioa
chief nas just registered as a ne
Since we couldn't be more
startled if Roy Campanella sudden suddenly
ly suddenly pinch-hit for the Milwaukee
Braves, we did a little icoutiue,
We discovered that Bridges' aide
de-camp have been racing up and
down the west coast trying to get
the old boy's scarlet-bued union
into respectable Republican and
Democratic, campaign circles. If
una is successful, it will leave na national
tional national political leaders red-faced
at the height of this presidential
Wc don't holievA in mn'H ttv
Jfritinn Wa rtiV nlnv a Inns far
innocence by dissociation. So we
woo i menuon ine names or tne
DOlitical lMricrx tn whnm Rririni'
boy have been offering campaign
This camouflage campaign is
not unique with Harry. The col
leafuen nf hie mnn Antcnnlrn Uff
M.W. w vuwwavt. A..-
wing aayi including tnose who
Uted to meet rrllv with liim in
New York hotels also are trying
ra get uio ine woodwork of politi
cal headonartan all nv th.
tion. We've been hirrl-riosoins i
JCW. nm Tiror nnillrt nm r&
port on Bridges' activities' now
that he's a registered Republican.
Bridges has recalled to the west
COast hil r0iltriw Wehinan
lobbyist, a fellow by the name of
4eu AiDre, wno nas long Deen tne
LOIlCShOrpmiin l h i trnnhU
shooter. Kibre has had such as
signments as trying to capture
nuuvwnnn inn arrtfrnnnntf tn mtii.
trite the New Vnrlr watsrfpnnt
. T ...
ow we una iUDre at the end of
a .racine rnjiar-wiriA Aut nitrina
this barnstorming, Kibre urged in-
icnso puuucai acuon on cnages1
Lonffshnntmpn'a uninn h.iiiin.
for support to "liberal Democrats
and progressive Republicans."
Kibre managed to find time to
Slin out of uninn mrlav mnA knll.
wm aw J am 14 a f f l
to talk to political men too, we're
mm. aoon me west coast Long Long-shoreman'
shoreman' Long-shoreman' Uninn win m,. it.
m v.wh Tl 'U IMUO .13
own list of endorsements of legiti-
niai canaiaaies ana tne time wii!
come f or -innoo nc hw Hisn.i.
Otherwise the Republican and
Democratic ranrfirft wh tv
such support will find themselve
in me awswara posmon of a young
Democrat hv tha noma nf ?....
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J. McCarthy, nominee for the
iiaie oenaie in umnecucut.
McCarthy who tnnt fin arme
in toe last two unpleasantnesses,
iunwcnuy agreea xo speas ta a
Union mptinO This hainir lit '-r.t
" c "viuj asaa 44401
plunge into -politics, h negleeted
iu cneck on uose wno invilea mm
to drop in and say a few words
taJhywnbehaUo- few" neigh-
ThfSa ipifflhnr or a annA falV
OLly thing is that their national
.. : .1. ..in ,.
uiuua, me mine, Mm ana smelter
Workers Union. h Inns fallout
w w "WMaj, ivuvnvu
the Soviet line. McCarthy Knew
uuuung oi uus union or its so-
Vieteerine harkarnnnrf Mo
dropped in, said a few words,
shoos, a few hands and left-believing
that he had made hit first
contact with labor and thus made
for a well-rounded campaign.
Not lonff after thera innalnul In
the Mine-Mill publication, dated
aepiemner, woe, ine following
"Mine-Mill's political action
cemmittee in the Fifth Congres Congressional
sional Congressional District, (- met -with Luke
Martin. DamnrraHx KAnrfiHota far
Congress, and James J. McCar-
' t k T 1 1 L
"ji vciuucrauc ; cinaiaaie ior
state senator, anrl riispuuaH th.
political campaign. The union pre-
scuieu us legisiauve program
which was generally endorsed bv
both candidates ... At the con
clusion or the meeting both candi
dates wera nitnraH
I haven't been able to contact
But the. utterly chagrined Mr
McCarthy told me: i
l naon mnilSA.tl-nnnAri T nrn
- wffvu, ITU
SDCakmC somawhara anH a fallnw
came over and asked me to drop
in ai union meeting, since Luke
Martin would alcn ha thr t ma
I said hello to the peopie who
wui nere ana among whom I
live. They are not Communists.
But I did not endorse their pro
grsm. If they endorsed me, I
Wouldn't know if T hava
- . mwm m HaB T wj taw UVAI U
irom wem since."
.But the official organization of
the national union, seeking to
maxe itself respectable despite lis
support of such characters as Har
vey ;Matusow,J the liar-for-hire
and Of tha Soviat lina In th ..i
- -. .v. ... miv ymah
used the good name of James J
jucaruy is though He were an
Sn th vnrlH frnm rnsiat m
" MviH wa ,w VU03t
is: uon t share your respectabil respectability.
ity. respectability. Beware" "OnaraKnn
irap., ..,...,.,.w.... . r
Will Met Stale) Harmlata la Humans
mni Animals whaa Ui4 as Directed
, Costs less ni Kill Faster
than most high prtsw bombs
"Hey! How About Another
Walter AAf inichell In New Yom
DREW PEARSnV Savtr Tarn.'
manv hos Da SAnin Inafe nn AH.:
lai in New York; Dulles badgered j
Canada into selling planes to ls-
rael; Democrats should check on
one member of Ike's truth teini.
WASHINGTON As it looka to-i
day, Adlai Stevenson and uil
Democrat will lna tha mnt'
populous state in the unionNew
r - --" m. vcuiv-
Cratic heidauartar frnm tha farm
belt, from the South, and from
me XNoruwest an look good for
the Democrat ? Rut frnm N
York, with its huge block of elec electoral
toral electoral Votes, the reports are bad;
also from New Jersey and Con Connecticut.
necticut. Connecticut. n
Chief trouble is Carmine De
Sapio, head of Tammany and
mastermind of Governor Harri-
man'a abortiva attamnt at th.
nomination in rhicaon H. unt
-rwunung, ine' prgmuauon men
uvuuu varnune aiso aren i .work .work-ins.
ins. .work-ins. Now Vnrlr a. ...
o- - - m mm uvhu ma
dodo as far as DemocntiC polit-
icu acavuy u concerned. ,.
. Chief reason; They don't want
to lose their man Bob Wagner
--as mayor of New York if Wag Wagner
ner Wagner goes to wasiungton as sen senator,
ator, senator, ha Can't rfn them anw
vors. lf he stays in Manhattan
as mayor ne can do plenty;
Democratic politicians also
have 'no cr4at Iova far ana ct.nr
the Brooslyn clothing-store man
auu jjresiueai- or tne ciry councu,
wno would automatically replace
, ' "avoamj
Jack Javits, depite luke warm
pected to win a heavy Jewish vote
iu a wiy wnere ine population is
preponderantly Jewisn. It was
j a vi ts who administered the sur surprise
prise surprise defeat to Franklin Koose-
ven, jr., ior new York, attorney
general two years ago. ;
Memos of a Girl Friday
Dear WW: The Mirror used your
Memo to the Editor claiming part
of the $45,000 Reward offered for
the apprehension of any persons
mvoivea in ine victor luesei acia acia-tbrowing
tbrowing acia-tbrowing outrage. Sent a duDe up
to Int'l News . The AP and
the Journal-American have it . ;
Mirror used it in yesterday's last
edish following AP's local wire
that Teddy Rij (alias Rsy) had
told Federal Judge Alexander
Bicks: "I would have come in
sooner but I couldn't find Win Win-chell".
chell". Win-chell". .Sooo, pour -Wenzdee first
paragraph appeal to Rij (Ray), to
come in and take his chances
with the law so that the Runyon
Cancer Fund could get some of
tne 45 us neiped -somewhat as
Damon would say.
Mr. Ray for Rii) read vour an-
peal as did his friends . I
tnM TMG .Th. Mim AD tk.
Trib that you broke the FBI
wanted-fiyer on Ray-Rij (over Mu Mutual)
tual) Mutual) Sunday eve at 6 and that
you contacted many of the Boys
warning thera all they woull get
the same "treatment" from "Mr.
Whiskers'.' which forced the sur surrender
render surrender of Lepke ... You must
get permission from the Judge to
visit the prisoner for a talk. Same
Judge who sentenced the Commies
wLen you were there last Monday.
Cong. Cellcr says you are wel
come to testify at the hearings
(in the U.S. Courthouse) at the
probe of the teevee biz. It is
against the teevee industry and
you're not against anyoner con
nected with it so what can you
testify? .. The Palace Theatre
sent several down-front seats for
you and Miss Garland's cele celebrated
brated celebrated showfolk friends in town.
For her return booking Wed. eve.
the 26th '. . You ham-ceeing like
at Sinatra's "Concho? premiere?
. . If you are bring along 8
years young Kathy Dunn, "Miss
Universe of 1970" i . Such a
Doll! Every woman would like to
have that darling s figure and con
tagious smile. J
Producer-Director Alan Handley
says if you want to knock your
self out and TWA to the Mocambo,
Hollywood, to introduce Roberta
Sherwood go ahead . The Wm.
Morris bunch and NBC argue "it's
too close to October 5th for his
own show is he nuts?" . I
told them "at least he gets some
sleep on the plane!" Jack Zero
(the witty man), who died the
other i day,- always poked fun at
booking agents. Most of the
mourners were agents . Your
opening NBC-TV" program is all s
now, says Mr.- Handley ;
Everyone tells me you are for fortunate
tunate fortunate in having him His for format
mat format for Dinah Shore and his NBC
spectacs are always Big Time.
La Piaf opened "bigTt Versailles.
She has it Your 1st Girl
L(Ruth Cambridge) Friday's baby
daughter uooy is now grow a up.
Saw Libby at the Embers with
crooner Dick Brown, Her papa is
Buddy Ebsen. Ruth called from
the Coast.- Said would you take
her chasing burglars Some night?
. . Lionel Hampton's first tour
of Britain starts Oct, 21 ... Co Comedian
median Comedian Jack Waldron is too ill at
Mt Sinai . '. Quite a scene: A
big crowd of pickets (waiters) are
demonstrating in front of Demp Demp-sey's
sey's Demp-sey's place on B'wiy and the one
on the corner (same backer) .
Jack sits at Table No. 1 (in full
vjew of pedestrians) autographing
menus for patrons.
s Judy Holliday looks more like
a gun moll than a glamma-doll in
Hanson's at ,51st- and 7th these
midnights. She gets real weary re rehearsing
hearsing rehearsing "The Bells Are Ringing"
next door at the Winter Garden-.
The postcards .on the 2nd Presi Presidential.
dential. Presidential. Poll are coming in fast
now ,V Ike. still far ahead ,
Be sure and add to send: .their
straw votes (by -postcard) as you
are being .charged a lot more
if by' letter. Address: .WW, Box
711. NYC i . Remind -"voters"
to put down name anl address
and 'it they are switching their
vote since last time . Tne arty
literati in G'wich Village have a
new gimmick. Dining together (in
a cellar hideaway) it means they
are in luff if the two candles, on
the table are one blue and one
pink. (Oooooh, Gee-whizzzzl ) 1
- SlMtcractAn1 'alntron far tha Vaniik-
lioan driva tn apt nannla tn Rasia.
ter so they can vote: "Get Out
Ana &.eep out xne uemsi .
Neill Atei fvaratinnina frnm
"Fannv"! writf a PS nn aanh
letter' to- locals: "Still no hon.
bondt" Nejla sure milked
us dry getting free space with her
alleeed beea romanp . Kotv
Jurado sips beef broth to gain
weigni. ane win star in the play,
"Best House in Naples",.;-;.., Peter
Palmer .fha tha titl. ml. li
"Li'l Abnar"! wii Tarbla far
ine u. oi uunois. He thrushed the
antnem oernra aarh as ma
From, Nick Kennv's col'm vastarJ
aay; t uanny wmcneu decided
mere were too many wincneus
around and changed his name to
Walker." Ventrilo Paul Winchell's
real name is. Wiicheck.
I know it sounds ridic but the
rumor persists that gambling may
get the Go-Light in Miami Beach
this Winter. (This is not very
likely) . ; The FBI is still dig digging
ging digging for others in the Vic Riesel
acid-throwing case. Friend ; of
mine got a 3rd Visit yesterday
Arthur-Godfrey says sorry but his
contract will not permit him to
do a bit on your opening program
unless you can get permish from
CBS .-. :. Now don't be mift with
Arthur and say: "I didn't have to
ask The Mirror or Mr. Hearst.
Sr. for permission to; give you
your first syndicated salute which
assisted 4 little in getting your
$35 a week salary in 1934 up to
S35,ooo a week today" . He's
liable to reply: "Gee That guy
gives you your first big break and
won t let you forget it!",. . If
I know Arthur,' he will tell the
CBS bunch what he told them (out
loud; many times at least sit in
your 1st Wow.
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faces the fact that Russia fcal
bartered 200 MIG's to the rjvp rjvp-tians
tians rjvp-tians jets which couid msAe a
bombing raid on Tel Aviv from
Cairo in about 30 minutes. So it
must have jet planes to defend
All this results from Russia'
policy of dumping arms in th
Near, East a policy which fca
made Near Eastern countriet
spend most of their budgets on
arma when, according to the al al-eged
eged al-eged Marxian theory, they
should be spending money to im improve
prove improve the lot of the commoa
, Nixon's Limousine r
A Washineton taxi drivar nuiiiwt
up' aiongsioe vice President Ms-
on s nmosine at an intersection
tne ouier uay. -,KecognizutK
Nixon in the back
seat, tne caobie yelled; "Hi, air.
iMlxoh roiled down the
leaned out and replied cneerfui-
iy; now oo you ouT"
"Better enjoy that big Cadillac
while YOU can." adviaan tha mk.
bie aniiably, "because you won't
uave ii next January."
. i Dulles Fools Arabs
Insida fact ahnut thnc. n v.m
jets Wilich Canada ia
I rael is that Secretary. Dulles lit-
erajjy nounaeo cansaa s Foreign
wuusier jm&a rearson. into seil seil-m
m seil-m them.
From ,the moment. Dulles Aeard
uii vanaaa nao some spare Sa Sa-breiets.
breiets. Sa-breiets. ha miHa k.irmn'.
miseraole. Fmaily Canada came
ai:nss wiw ine pianes for Israel.
Thia ii nort nf th. niu. i
iCV of trvins In oiirru ,. u.uh
the Arabs yet at the same time
incase ma jsraeus. 4
He hat innciatantl faU r,l--i
INasser and other Arab leaders
that the United States would not
aeu arms to Israel; But last
snriBB ha arranoait with r aM n
fred Gruenther of NATO to get
the French to sell 24 Mystere
jcra iu iraei. An American okay
had to' be Siven far anh a ..I.
Ifjnce the jets were- part- of the
jiniu iwcB duih up with Amer-
itau am. jne united States did
more than viva it nw. hn-
ever, it actually arranged ior the
The Ariiha w..
They protested the sale, but they!
did not protest to Paris. They I
mmi uieir protest ngnt at the
door; of John Foster Dulles. I
umj trouble with the sale of
these nlanax i that Ir.l
ing a backbreaking job of financ financing
ing financing iU country, hasn't the money
to pay, for weapons. It needs
mem, out can i anorn mem. it
; ; Truth Teem
Dmorrat!( trattrifl Wirh
well take a look at the record of
one member of the Eisenhower
truth team the group sent to
follow up Stevenson-Kefauver and
SUDDOSedlv tall tha Amariran nnh.
lie the real truth. ;
Most vigorous, vitriolic mem member
ber member Of the truth team i Son Rar.
ry Goldwater of Arizona. V
it would ne interesting to ask
Senator Goldwater to undergo a
lie-detector test regarding his
friendshin with tha lata tt'iliia
Bioff, famed labor racketeer who
went to jau ior snaking down the
motion picture industry.
. After he got out of jail, Bioff
lived in Phoneix under the as assumed
sumed assumed name of William Nelson,
and ran a poker game at a Phoe Phoenix
nix Phoenix elub. Goldwater was once
president of the club. He became
so chummy with the convicted la labor
bor labor racketeer that he flew to Las
Vegas with him on one occasion
and registered at the same hotel.
The same senator is now trav traveling
eling traveling around the country check checking
ing checking on the truth of Adlai Steven Stevenson.
son. Stevenson. .
- Washington Pipeline
The White House ordered the
Army to get out of the coffee
business and five nn iu rnasHna
plants this summer. The price
promptly shot up from an av average
erage average of 75 cents to 84 jtents a
pound. The taxpayers pay the dif-
ierence to ine Dig couee com companies
panies companies ... Theon Wright, boss of
ine uasonne rump Manutactur-,
era Association, has warned that
ffaa mimfta aran't k-Aanintf nn vitk
the auto inrtustrr Pnmna nnw
used in gas stations won't be able
to pump tne .volatile, ; high-pow
ered gasoline to be used by the
auto engines of the future ...
The small airlines have combined
through the Aircoach Transport
Association to romnata -arith tha
bua companies for charter travel.
iiiuc uiuucs warn in mite
it as cheap to charter planes as
buses ... The Defense Depart
ment has a, new backstage cen censor,
sor, censor, Charles Coolidge.'He was or or-dered
dered or-dered by Secretary 6f Defennse
Wilson to plug up news leaks and
to control the flow of information
to the public.
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LT. GENERAL WILLIAM K, HARRISON
v BY LESTER J. SOERHEIDE
The clear call ol the navy bell
and the opening cry ol the master
of ceremonies -welcome 10 u u-piration
piration u-piration Please" will resound for
h. Uct timA at Fort Kobbe this
next Sunday evening. A new panel
. 1 Tlnrrinn
composea Ol ueuemi
-Mre Frt Denton. Miss Mary
Frances Tucker, specialist Ric-
hard Larson and uiapiain wmu
W, Dayton will face the audience
and the mioroDhone from behind
the big table. This unusual series
Of religious programs nas
course of five Sunday nights. 'It
was inaugurated under the aus auspices
pices auspices of the Chaplain at Fort Kobbe
and is a feature in their .regular
Sunday evening family hour. K
has been well attended and great.y
enjoyed. Large numbers of peoii
have come to the chaplains sayu.,
"I have learned so much from this
type fit program, and its bo much
fun!'' Some of the questions have
dwelt upon subjects so profound
that trying to answer them in three
minutes is absolutely impossible
Yet three ,minutes is long enough
to start people thinking and sk sk-ing
ing sk-ing other questions and that is the
.whole idea. '. 'vi:
Th heaVitv ht this KioeiktA"
said one participant is that peoplei
get to ask questions that h a v e
foeea Dotnenng inem wr jreais,
but which they are ashamed to
ask their jpastors for fear of sounding-
too ignorant or, for fear of
letting themselves in for another
sermon. On this program they
hear not v only one answer and
point of view, but many. It sheds
a lot of light Into dark corners," u.
Here are a few of the questions
to be considered next Sunday. : 1
l.Is there anything in the Bible 1
on the subject of "Race realations.
We consider slavery wrong today)
but they eviently did not in New
Testament times. Why? 1
2. If Adam and Eve were the;
first man and woman on earth and
Cain was one of their sons, from
where did Cain's wife come? 1
3. In view of verses 31 and 32 of
the fith chapter of Matthew what
are the Protestant views on di divorce?
vorce? divorce? Is it permissible? J
There, are but a fraction of the'
questions in the gold question box
that Rev. Soerheide will have on!
his desk. The audience particl-
pates at will. The panel speaks
up and men sit down promptly at
the sound of the bell. "Inspiration!
Please" is an interesting and in-1
formative way to spend an even-l
ing; C F. N. will broadcast a re-
cording of last week's program 1
Sunday at 5:00 p. m. (1500). This!
week program starts promptly at
n.io utuu) in Uie rort Kobbe Ac Activates
tivates Activates Center.
The public is cordially invited
Movies on the life of Christ will
oe shown for the children, so bring
we iamuy. ,: ...... ;
THIS WEEK'S PANEL ;
Lt. Gen. Wm, K. Harrison Mrs. Fred Denton Miss
Marifrances Tucker Chaplain Merritt Dayton
1 ; ; Spec. Richarcl Larson .s
. DISCUSSING SUCH QUESTIONS AS ;
1. Does the Bible say anything on "Race Relations."
2. What is the Scriptural definition of Sin.
3. How can we. in the military obey the command "Thou
shall not Kill."
4. What does Matt. 5 :29,30 mean about plucking out your
. eye. .''''
5. What is the scriptural teaching on Divorce.
FT. KOBBE SUN. 6:30 P.M.
Bring the Family Movie for the Children
Fleeing Cow. Bests
On M:drid Street
1 MADRID, Sept. 28 (UP)-A cows
fleeing the slaughterhouse bested
a retired bullfighter on Madrid's!
main street today. 1
! .The cow, bred to fight in Spain's
burh-league "bullrmgs.'V escpec
from a herd headed for the abba abba-toir
toir abba-toir and ran down the street, ig ignoring
noring ignoring the efforts of amateur cow-!
bovs to round it up. ,1
Manulo Escudero, a former ma
: tadcr, dashed out of a cafe to (tm-
front the fleeing beast, using his
coat as a cape. Spectators said!
he. made "four or five excellent
passes" before the cow knocked
him end over end. I
Several men in the crowd
dashed ;in to distract the cow's
attention; and Escudero escaped:
uninjured. The cow eventually
tired .and was hauled away to the1
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home of the bride's parents fol- mornipg at the Embassy Resi-
towing the ceremony. Laiia lilies, dence on La Cresta in honor of the
white carnations, lauer Uiies ani wives of members of Diplomatic
fern were used effectively in the Mission accredited to Panama,
general decorations of tue home.j
The bride s table covered wun a: Mr. And Mrs. Den Hanser
point Venice cloth, was centered Will Make Thir Horn Her
with a three tiered wedding cake Mr. and Mrs. E. Don Hanser
decorated with wmte roses and and their three children arrived
topped with a miniature bride and recently to make their home in
groom beneath and arch of orange: Pangma. Originally from Utah,
blossoms. The cake was flanked the Hansers have lived in Haiti
by lighted tapers in silver holders for the past few years. Mr. Han Han-and
and Han-and encircled with white carna-: ser is an ICA Soil Scientist and lr-
tions and fern. A heart shaped, ligation Specialist I
cake, inscribed with Doris and;
Ray, was served wun ine ouuet ft. tuyton Nto wives
refreshments. i Enjoy Shopping Tour
The bride's mother. Mrs. Pabon. Last Thursday, several mem-
chose for ther daughter's wedding bers of the Fort Clayton NCO
a gown of navy blue lace with Wives' Club enjoyed a get ac ac-which
which ac-which she wore pink accessories quainted tour of several Panama
and a pink carnation corsage. City S'ores. During the morning
Miss Lydia Smith was in charge they visited Tropicana, Mercurio
of the bride's book and Mrs. John1 Jewellers, and Felix B. Maduro.
McLain served the cake after the After a luncheon at the 1 Ran-
bride and groom bad cut the first' cho, the ladies touerd the' Coca
piece. Mrs. E. W. Brandt and' Cola Bottling Company.
Mrs. 'George F. Gercich alternat-j Those attending were the mes mes-ed
ed mes-ed at the punch "bowl. dames: Eva Moore, Virginia Dor-
i.ater in the evening Mr. and sell, mane nunc, Jua koiuus,
M.v Perkins left for a wedding Joyce Stowell, Lois Sharman. Bil-
trip to El Valle. The bride wore, lie Conway, Faye Montgomery,
a blue print sheath with white ac- Jean Brace, uoromy Lesley, uor uor-cessories
cessories uor-cessories and a white rosebud cor- is Reed, Edith Burch, Esther
sage. Upon their return the cou- Moore, Meta McCoy, Dora Sum Sum-pie
pie Sum-pie will reside at House 47, Apart- mers, Mellodean Grubbs, Mary A-
ment K, in Coco souto. lice weicroren, jean ireen, Joyce
Mrs. Perkins attended the Can- Ryals. Mauvaleen Shelton. Grace
nal Zone Schools ,and was grad-;Bowersf Margaret Blais, Martha
uated from Cristobal High School Anderson, Helen Shannon, Kathe Kathe-ia
ia Kathe-ia June, 1956. Irine Cournoyer, Melba Williams,
Mr. Perkins is the son of Mr. and ciancne amiin.
and Mrs. Howard Perkins of,
Crouseville, Maine. He attended
schools in Maine and is a grad graduate
uate graduate of Washburn High School in
Washburn, Maine. He is presently
attached to the M.P. company at
Mrs. Lionel Vast ;
Entertains Diplomatic Wives
tMrs. Donel Vasse, wife-of the
French Ambassador to Panama,
(CONTINUED ON PAGE S)
CAZENOVIA. N.Y. (UP)
Art students at Cazenovia Junior
College have a new" teacher this
fall, but the question is. can they
notice' the change? Miss Prudence
Burg, present head of the art de department,
partment, department, is on .a year's leave.
Her twin, Mrs. Priscilla Burg
held a get together yesterday Jenney, took her place.
MRS ARNOLD. RAT PERKINS .shown at her wedding, which took ; tlace t the Miraculous
Slurch m Colon, Saturday. MrkTerM ar- is the onnef.Worl-Otn Pabon,.
' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Pabon of New Cristobal
FNTERTAINMENTS PLANNED FOR VISITORS V
HERE FOR PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION
Many entertainments are being planned for visitors who
are arriving daily to attend the inauguration of Ernesto de
la Guardia Jr. as President of the Republic of Panama. The
inauguration will take place Monday at Panama'a new Leg Leg-islative
islative Leg-islative Palace.
Doris Pabon Becomes
Bride of Ray Perkins
I Miss Doris Jane Pabon, daugh daugh-r
r daugh-r of Mr., and Mrs. Manuel Pabon
!of New CristoabJ be cam et h e
'bride of Mr. Arnold Ray Perkins
loT Fnrf r.iilirlr at six-thirtv o'
fclock, Saturday- evening, at the
(Miraculous Medal Church' in Co Co-flon.
flon. Co-flon. ;
) Father John i. Tumelty, C. M.,
performed the double ring cere ceremony
mony ceremony in the presence of a large
gathering of relatives and mem
vers of Atlantic Side Society.
I The Church was decorated with
lighted tapers and white carna carnations
tions carnations with fern on the altar and
baskets of calls lilies and white
(dahlias on either side of the en en-lance
lance en-lance to the sanctuary. The pews
Jwere marked with white carna
tions tied with satin ribbon and
A program of prenuptial music
as played ny. miss June xayior
lorganist, while the guests were a
'sembling. The "Bridal Chorus"
from Lohenerin was played for the
processional and Mendelssohn's
Wedding March for the recession
al music. ;
The attractive bride, given" in
marriage by her father was love
ly in her weddding gown oi im imported
ported imported Chantilly. lace and tulle o
ver candlelight satin, which was
made by her grandmother, Mrs
Susana Gaitan. The fitted lace bo
dice with tiny pearl buttons down
the back was enhanced with a
scalloped sweetheart neckline and
long fitted sleeves extending into
a cascading double tiered flounce
of nylon tulle. A pearl crown of
Orange blossoms held her finger
tiD veil of imported illusion. She
carried a shower bouquet of white
satin streamers. At the close of
the ceremony the bride offered
her bouquet to the Virgin Mary
asking a special blessing on her
The maid of honor, Miss Sheila
Gilbert, wore a ballerina length
gown of blue crystallette over taf-
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JAPANESE TEA CEREMONY The Cultural Committee of the Inter American Women's Club'
sponsored an unusual entertainment last week following a visit to the exhibition of water
colors by Miss Rosita Palacio at the USO-JWB, members went to the home of Conunander
William J. Young at Ft Amador to witness a Japanese Tea ceremony. Mrs Lyako Beree
Mrs. Matilda de la'Onardla, president of I.A.W.C. and Mrs. Mitzo Haderburg are shown here
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fetta styled with a long torso and
a scalloped hipline and a ooutiant
skirt, accented with a crystalette
bow in the back. She wore a
sleeveless bolero which featured a
maderin collar trimmed with
rhinestoncs. Her headdress and
shoes matched her 'dress and she
carried a colonial bouquet of pink
Miss Carmen Gaitan. cousin of
the bride, and Miss MarceUa Leig
nadier were the bridesmaids and
wore ballerina length gowns of
pink' crystalette identical to that
of the maid of honor. They car
ried colonial bouquets of blue hy
drangeas and wore matching bead bead-pieces
pieces bead-pieces and shoes.
The little flower girls, Nancy
Gercich and Sherrv Brandt wore
'short dresses of nylon net over
matching taffeta with tiny puffed
sleeves and a bouffant overskirt of
nylon net interspersed with pastel
flowers, a matching floral head
piece and white gloves. Nancy
was dressed in blue and Sherry
wore pink. Each carried a white
basket filled with Dink rose netalx.
Jerry Pabon, brother of the bride,
was the ring and 'coin bearer and
carried a white satin heart shaped
Mr. Clarke Engle of Fort Gu Gu-lick
lick Gu-lick served as best man and the
ushers were Andrew Lira and Vic
, A reception was held at the
ham jrt jJuwtdai JttyJii
Hi 1 (Panama fot stnbodaininal
LUNCH any day in our air-conditioned BALtlOA ROOM
DINING and DANCING nightly in the rooftop BELLA VISTA
ROOM to the exciting rhythms of CLARENCE MARTIN'S
orchestra w'rth vocals by Alicia Rodriguez.
COCKTAIL HOUR in the BALBOA BAR friends meet at
noon as well as aftar work to enjoy our "fine drinks
and Lucho Azcarraga's Organ) music.
. And on Fridays and Saturdays, there's also
the popular CLUB 4:30 from midnight in the bar.
This weekend the CLUB 4:30 will be open
SUNDAY also for those who celebrate
Panama's holiday Monday.
ROUND-THE-CLOCK SERVICE at our
CAFE GRILLE and the
TOCUMEN RESTAURANT and BAR.
NO SUNDAY BRUNCH this weekend.
It was a great day when
mother discovered Heinz
' Cream of Tomato Soup! Her
family and dinner guests
were thrilled with its rich,.
creamy flavor and mother
got compliments galore. Nofl
she makes a host of delicious
dishes with Heinz Cream of Tomato Soup and
everybody raves about them!
Get Heinz Cream of Tomato Soup next time
you shop. Its wonderful, homey flavor will make
a hit with your family and friends, too.
Each nolic for inclusion In this
column should be submitted hi
type-written form and nailed to one
of the box numbers listed daily in
"Social and Othorwita," or deliver deliver-d
d deliver-d by band to the oHice. Notices of
meeting! cannot be accepted by
At Holy Family Church
Father James J. Murphy, CM
Pastor of the Holy Family Church
in Margarita, extends an invita
tion to all parishioners, their
friends and anyone who is inter
ested in attending an open discus
sion which will be held in the
church hall this evening at 7:30
WRON 6 TV
OLE AN, N.Y. (UP) -Whea
Philip Molica walked up to his
home be noticed his television
antenna was missing. He tele telephoned
phoned telephoned .police. Repairmen, for a
RANGOON! Item.' W.nt JJe ?vls ?n admitted sheep-
(UP)-BurmeS; rebel, hW Tn lll-L "a "sl"e-
w '".next door.
The reports said some' 200 reb-.
cis luutcu. uie uain UUl ulu nojscic wuutiucu aim awiuuicu UUb
harm the passengers. The engi- released later. It was the second
neer was killed. Ten train guards railroad ambush in four days.
The history of man's efforts to
explore the three quarters of the
earth's surface that lies beneath
the sea Is the subject of 'Men
and the Underwater World." one
of the new books placed in cir
culation this week by the Canal
Written by Pierre de .Latin, a
French Journalist and Jean-Jti-
voire; an expert on deep-sea div
ing and underwater exploration,
tne volume presents au tne prin principal
cipal principal episodes of this long and
often (heroic history and is a
classic in its field.
The titles and authors of the
books released v by the Library
this week follows f
Hunter:- Ocean Shipping. Bross;
Man and the Underwater World,
Latin; Transistors In Radio and
Television,;, Kiver; Money and
Motivation,- Whyte; How Fore Foremen
men Foremen Can Control Costs, Carroll;
How to be Topp. Willahs; New
Fiction: Patrick Butler for
the Defence, Carr; The Nun's
Story, Hulme; Unhappy Hooli Hooligan,
gan, Hooligan, Palmer; Varvara, Parry; A
Forest of Tigers, Shaplen; The
Answer. Wylie; The Prophet and
the King, Watkins, and Herit
Added to the Spanlsn Collec
tion: El Hermano AsnO, Bar Barrios:
rios: Barrios: El Capltan Hornblower de
la Marina Real, Forester; El Ho
tel Sangrlento, Gardner; Cita en
el Paralso, Linares Becerra; El
Cora7on tie Piedra Verde. Mada Mada-riaga;
riaga; Mada-riaga; Gloria, Perez Galdos; El
Despertar, Rawlings; Capitan de
Cast ilia, Shellabarger; DohaLuz.
Valera y Alcala-Galiano; Geo-
grafia General, regional y eco
nomics, Case; America del Nor
te, Jones; and Oestq de Mar,
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1 1, mnafAm PAGX FITS
MR. AND MRS. CECIL C. BODEN of La Cresta, are shown at
the pool at the luxurious Black Point inn. Frout's Neck, Maine,
where they speat several weeks on their recent visit to the
United' States." ;y:-.t---!y-? ;y;y.- ;..,y.:. -k i,
. Mr. And Mrs. Mallef V'f .'y.t
Announce Birth Of Son -Mr.
and Mrs. Richard L Mai
- nt Rolhni Canal Zone, an-
nnnnpii the birth of a ion born
Spnt 28 at Goreas HospitaL The
hhv who weiehed 7 pounds .11
ounces, hag been named after his.
Mr. Mallett. the" former Joan
Wonder i h n daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick W. Hensler of
Balboa. Richard Mallett if the son
of Ut, and, Mrs Adam Mallett of
Both Joan and .Dick are grad
nates of Balboa High School. ,' Y
' Card Croops : .: .''' Tii
ft Ralhaa Woman' Club
The Card roup of the Balboa
Woman's Club field its bi-monthly
meeting at th Panama Golf Club
yesterday afternoon. A no-n o
limchon was enjoyed as well as
Canasta, Bolivia and Bridge,
Members and friends participat
ing wer Rose Casey, Mary. Aane Aane-sen.
sen. Aane-sen. Jacobs Joustra, Blanche
Schilling.-. 'Claire- Irwin. Dorothy
Allen, Xouise Merchant, Gertrude
Smouse. Florence Klipper, Edith
Nard Reba' Slotkin., Maya Nor-
deng, Edith Brown, Ruth Jenkins,
Augusts Cooke Mary Days,
Mau!- Clinohard, ,F""nna Kaio
l ie. 1 ia Munro. hel KUbey,
Flora, Hack, Lucille Drew, Leona
Badonsky.v Dorothy Willenborkc,
Kiv nanipiK and Emilv Bolton.
The next meeting will b : held
at the Officers' Open ,Mess at Fort
Amador Oct II at iz;3t ocioca.
Co-hostesaes will be Mrs. Martha
Hamilton and Mrs. Ruth Bath
Greek King Paul
Clips Army Truck :
MUNICH, Germany, Sept 28
(UP)- Greek Kln Paul's blue
Cadillac car, with the King him
self at the wheel, clipped a U.S.
'Army truck on the superhighway
leading from Munich to the Aus
trian border. NO' one in either
vehicle was hurt, 1
The King's car cot a dented
fender when it scraped the rear
enn o( tne truck as the Kmg
pulled out to pass. The impact was
so susm mat the truck driver
irove on. without noticing it..
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Family To Visit
France In April ;
' ?A,RJS, Sept. 28 (UP) The
. - tii mane
ih-ss state visit to France in
ZZll?. wa, an
Outdoor Adventure V
Series Begins At YMCA
As a result of the interest shown
in the past two outdoor adventure
courses, a brand new eight wees
series has been planned for this
fall. Here is an excellent opportuni opportunity
ty opportunity for. both the newcomer and the
oldtimer in the Canal Zone to find
out what this country offers in the
way of interesting sights and ad adventure.
venture. adventure. In the- oast, the series
covered such vanous topics as "A "A-nimals
nimals "A-nimals of the Jungle," "Costumes
and Customs of Panama," and
"Panama and the Canal"'
The new series will be primari
ly about Panama adventure but
also will begin to spread out into
central ana south American coun
'tries as well as local topics of in
terest not presented : previously
Actual demonstrations of e q u i p p-ment,
ment, p-ment, color slides, and maps will
provide a first nana look at each
particular type of adventure.
The following speakers and to
pics wil comprise the coming se series:
ries: series: .-.--:
' Oct. i, Air Rescue, Ma jor aul
w. van Boven;, Oct. 16, By Ways
of Panama, Mrs. Mercedes Alegre
smith; Oct 23, Flowers or Pana
ma. The Neil Bellands: Oct 30
The Isthmus, Ancient, Crossroads
of the World, Mrs. Kenneth Vin Vinton;
ton; Vinton; Nov. 6. Adventure Underwa
ter, Mr. Bob Macllvaine; Nov. 13,
Nature Lore as a Hobby.. Mr. Wil
liam Lundy; Nov. 20, Indians of
Ecuador. Mr. Vincent Biava and
Nov. 27, Jungle Survivalr Mr A Adrian
drian Adrian Bouche. ,-. ; ,.
There will be no charee for the
entire series, however, interested
persons are advised to register for
the course at the Balboa YMCA
prior to Oct. 5.
BY MRS.. MURIEL LAWRENCE
LAST year Joan had a teacher
who wore eyeglasses. Now when
she plays school, she likes to wear
some old lensless rims her grand'
ma save her.
One day coming home from the
library, she found her little sister
Elsie wearing them. Shouting
"Give me those 1" she grabbed at
them; but Elsie eluded ber by
ducting out Ue iront door. Hush
ing to the kitchen, Joan cried to
her mother, "Elsie's got my glass glasses!
es! glasses! Make her give them So me.
They'xe mine! Grandma gave
them to me. ."
"Elsie isn't aolnc to harm those
old rims," her mother said. "If
you'd let her play with them, she's
get tired of them. But you make
such a fuss over them, vou make
her think you've got something so
wonaenui sne wants it
JOAN rejected this renmninir
good though it was. Bursting into
furious tears, she cried. "Oh. I'm
so sick of everythina" .and fieri
io ine Datnroom.
We can t reason with a fcinl.
child. No matter how wise our
counsel ne can t listen to it be because
cause because he's to -afraid we're going to
So let's not Inflict the reaxnnmv
on him. i,
Instead. let's trr npaHn il
"Don't be afraid I'm going to
tiiea. jruu. Ana cauing Elsie.from
the yard, say, "Give the eyeglass
rims back to Sister. They are hers
and vou can't nlav with than.
less she says so."
To jealous Joan, it will be a
great relief to hear us put that
fear of our cheating her into
words. She doesn't dare know how
it worries her. -
YET IS ia the cox rot tM- ui.i.
intensifies her anger when Elsie
seems intent on mistreating her
oppressing her not only with rage
at her sister but with the really
frightening suspicion th n ...
When we expose It in w tn
words, showing ourselves comfort comfortable
able comfortable and unimpressed hv it it in.
es much of its alarm for her. If
we continue to speak of it as nat-
urai out unaiarming, ber angers
at Elsie will lose their despera-
we conunue to speac ot tt as nat
ural out unaiarming. her angers
at Elsie will lose their despera
Joan fears we'll let her little sis
ter cheat her of her eyeglasses be because,
cause, because, as she sees it we have al allowed
lowed allowed Elsie to cheat her of the to
tal attention she once enjoyed as
an omy cnua.
If you can feel back to vmir own
jealous suspicions that your par-
I k "" aas
GUTTENBERG, N. J.(UP)
nvern owner ddu Mayser still
nas mckle beer. He started dis
pensing the low-priced suds dur during
ing during the -depression. Despite
rent prices he hopes to hold the
line at a nickel
West German Deer
Knocks Out Gl
Sept 28 (UP-A U.S. Army mort-
ar.team on maneuvers near here
was surprised today by an unex
pected enemy one of West Germ
any's belligerent deer.
Sgt. Thomas Page, of Mexico,
Mo., and PFC. Joseph Scavone,
of Paterson, N.J., were in position
to support a rifle platoon when
tne deer suddenly sailed over a
bush Into the center of their hide
out, landing on Scavone s back.
Scavone was knocked down, but
noi seriously nurt
An Army spokesman said It was
the second time this year VS.
soldiers In this wooded maneuver
area have been "attacked" by
deer. In January,, a deer charged
into a column of infantrymen and
knocked down Pvt Douglas Sikes,
of Buford, Ga.
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HELSINKI. Finland. Sent. 27
(UP)" A theater owner said yes yesterday
terday yesterday he had hired a wrestling
chamoion to sit in the- audience
and help keep order tonight Jt
win oe tne urst snowinir here of
the American film "Rock Around
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You'll Sing The Praises Of
Braised Vegetable Medley
MEDLEY OF FLAVOR braises in skillet on the berbeeM trill.
The simmer tax sunvaer veietables to well with lamb chops.
7,v By CAYNOR MADDOX
' NEA Pood and Markets Editor
" Barbecued' Mamb chops and a
I XA raised medley, of garden .vege-i
5 tables makes- a perfect outdoor
J y -meal. You might add iresh corn-i
i" m-the-cob, baked in the foil, to
" the menu.
Here's the all-purpose barbecue
im sauce for the chops:
J J" All-Purpoio Barbecue Sauce
Combine cup fresh lemon
.5Suice, V4 cup. cider vinegar, 1-3
J cup tomato catsup, 1-3 cup water,
JJ 11 tablespoons brown sugar, M
., teaspoons salt,' VA teaspoons pow pow-"
" pow-" dered drv mustard. 1 teaspoons
i MK,9niilra &i toacnnnn crrnunH hlark
C&enser.' -u. teasooon around, red
pepper, 4 teaspoon onion powder,
4 teasoon xgarlic owder, 1V4
teaspoons red hot sauce, and 3
-tablespoons butter or margarine.
!'! Heat 'to boiling point and boil 1
Jit ... fT.. A- 1 1 U
(ii 'fliuiuie. use iu uaiuetue vcci,
m jamb, pork, veal or chicken.
l To barbecue chops, arrange on
' fchareoal .grill. Cook until browned
I on both sides and cooked through
Curundu Church Expects
Big Crowd Next Sunday
840 kcs. Panama Gty
- Today, Friday, Sept 21
a -nn avalim- Review
:30-What's Your Favorite .(re
quests Wl DJ
2 SrhVt'. vour r a t o 1 1 1 1 welU and Rev, Milton K. Leidlg
5:35-What Your n.V0, havVwwked fong and hard to
(COnta n V ..ion inri .' atun
Vigorous plans have been in
action at the Curundu Protest Protestant
ant Protestant church for the past month.
The church has been increas increasing
ing increasing in their Sunday School at attendance
tendance attendance according to Virgil
Woraham. Sunday School super
intendent The goal for this Sun Sunday
day Sunday has been set at 175. If this
mark is attained it will be the
highest record in attendance
ever, reached by th Sunday
School. ... i
The rallv dav committee com-
Dosed of Worsham, Mrs. Robert
McCoy. John Gough, James Max
(5:00 Allen Jackson common common-t&ry
t&ry common-t&ry 615-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst B eer
8 '30 Top Tunes of the week
7-00 Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 VOA Report from OS.
8:00 Music By Roth (
8:30 Short Story Theater
o-nnvnii Asked For It (re
quests taken by phone
till 7:30) i
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Jazz Till Midnight ?
12:00 Sign Off.
Tomorrow, Saturday, Sept. 29
the' center (the time depends
upon the amount of heat the fire
gives off), turning and brushing
with warm -barbecue sauce every
5 minutes or whenever chops
Store anv leftover sauce in a
covered jar in the refrigerator for
of Fresh Vegetables
Melt 3 tablespoons butter or
margarine in a heavy skuiet. Add
2 cuds each, cliced. fresh carrots:
snap ., beans, broken into 1-inch
pieces; summer or zucchini
squash, 1 cup sliced onion and, Vi
Cover and cook until crisp crisp-tender,
tender, crisp-tender, 15 to 20 minutes,, depend depending
ing depending uDon the heat from the fire,
stirring occasionally. Sprinkle
with ground biacK pepper to taste.
Note: This may be done over
the barbecue grill or tb kitchen
I V- T time rel
' A medicated powder
that cools and at the same
ieves .skin irritation, and.
TkJ r nNl ttimm
f 1 ...
JJMfUm -v ihwaisiiiiillli lini'liWiiin1 iii i inn 1
6:00 Sign On Alarm Cloci
by phene till 7:00)
7:30 Jazz Salon
8:15 The Christophers
8:30 Musical Reveille '
9:15 Bon jour Mesdames
9:30 Paris Star Tims
10:05 Spins And Needles (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phone
ljl:05-spins And Needles
11:30 Journey Into Space
12:05 Luncheon Music
12:30 New Tune Time
1:15 Serenade In Blue
1:30 Wayne King serenade
2:00 Old New Orleans
2:15 Rhjfthm And Reason
2:30 Paris Star Time
S : 00 Concert On The Mall
3:30 Music For Saturday
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (r-
i w, quests taken by phone
5:35 What's Your Favorite
6:00 Guest Star
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
"REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Manhattan Melodies
6:45 Do It Yourself .
7 : 00 Much-Binding
7:30 VOA Report from U.S.
8U)0-Saturday Night Dancing
8:30 Educating Archie "".
9:00 Your Hit Parade y .:
9:30-Ray's A Laugh
10:00 Music From Hotel El Pan
10:30 Owl's Nest (requests
' taken by phone through
1:00 a.m. Sunday Sign Off.
inspire each class and every
teacher to do their best to reach
the 175 people. ;
Posters, flyers, newsletters,
telephoning, newspaper an-'
nouncements, personal lnvita lnvita-tlcns,
tlcns, lnvita-tlcns, cpntests within each class
have been some of the methods
smployed to reach people for
Sunday School. On Oct. 7 the
winning essay will be read on
the theme "I use sunaay scnooi
Because." Clever posters always
greets the eyes of Sunday School
attenders each Sunday as they
"Our purpose Is to reach the
many unchurched people in Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu and surrounding territory
with the Word of God," stated
the pastor. Rev. Milton K. Lei Lei-dig.
dig. Lei-dig. "Every home must be reach
ed if w would do our. work
thoroughly" the pastor rated.
Each teacher will be stationed
at the door along -with a wel welcoming
coming welcoming committee to give a per personal
sonal personal greeting to each person.
Entire families are urged to be
At the close of Sunday School
Sunday, an important an announcement
nouncement announcement will be made con concerning
cerning concerning the future plans of the
Sunday School. . ;
Boha'is f Q Hoid ;
At Balboa Tonight
"The covenant of God' will
be the subject for discussion at
the. regular .weekly, discussion
group meeting at Win Memorial
Hall in Balboa, tonight at 8 p m.
These meetings are presented
by 'the Banal world Faith, and
i vii EmiiNi'wi ia -.
At Peris Air;::it
PARIS, Sept 28 (UP)-Llberace
got a cruel reception m trance
' Tiie only Bvin? thing on hand to
unit him hcsidM rpDortem and
photographers was. a hornet whic'i Infantry Regiment last Friday
stucg him on the thumb., .
ty? mother and brother quickly
sbenherded hira to the airport in
firmary where doctors told, him
it would not interfere with nis
scheduled appearance tomorrow.'
6rc:tinns Frc:i Army Crcrs
i With birthday greetings from
crominent Army tiersonnel high-.
lightinz the occasion, the 20th
for fresh-tasting milk
...the best milk!
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need all the important body-building
nourishment Kum provides. Use it
in cooking too and to add de-
licious flavor to tea or coffee.
In the specially-packed tin Kum
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as the day it was made. It keeps
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GORGEOUS GALS GRACE
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"ARTISTS AND MODELS"
Vatican's Enyoy r :
In Mexico Dies
CT'KRNAVACA,- Mexico, Sept,
28 .(UP) Msgr. Guillermo Piaai,
the Vatican s diplomatic repre representative
sentative representative in Mexico died today
atier a Bean attack.
many interesting subjects are
uuscussea, f ... i : i
There is no chane for admis
sion,, and, ho collections are
takea i .
celebrated the 80th yar of its
A parade on -; Lifeliner Field
staiUd the festivities. To the
tune of the new Army song,
The Army Goes Marching A A-Iong,"
Iong," A-Iong," the 79th Army Band led
the procession as the men; pass passed
ed passed In review before their com commander.
mander. commander. Col. Frank D. Miller.;
A sudden downpour at 9:50,
just as the parade was start starting,
ing, starting, drove many ef the spec spectators
tators spectators for eover, but failed te
dampen the spirit f the men
in light f the cceasion.
Wilber M. Brucker, Secretary
of the Army, in a letter to Mil Miller,
ler, Miller, said in part, "I wish to take
this opportunity to extend my
sincere personal congratulations
to au members or tne zuth in
mmxsmimmmm ill :
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"THE COME ON" the frank story of the life and loves
of a predatory female! A story every girl should see.,, told
the way it happened... why it happened! See THE COME
ON." starring Anne Baxter and Sterling" Harden which opens'
in PRE-RELEASE ON MONDAY 1st AT THE "CENTRAL."
. tiirls, girls, and more' lovely girls are the order of the
day in Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis' goofy and hilariou
new film, "ARTISTS AND MODELS," OPENING WEDNES WEDNESDAY
DAY WEDNESDAY 3rd AT THE CENTRAL. From leading ladies right on
: through the glamorous and luscious models who surround
Dean, and Jerry throughout the picture, the feminine cast
is one ef the most stunning ever assembled. Co-starring with
the comedy; kings are Shirley MacLaine and Dorothy Ma Ma-lone;
lone; Ma-lone; Eva Gabor and Anita Ekberg are featured; and both,
'the rib-tickling atory and the spectacular musical Bum
hers are liberally sprinkled with the pick of the country's
' most fabulously beautiful women. "ARTISTS AND MODELS"
OPENS ON THURSDAY I AT THE CENTRAL, in VJsta Vi Vision
sion Vision and Technicolor.
1'- f Tt Jl I
Showing At Your Servk Center Theatrei Tonight
Balboa 4:30, 6:10, 7:50
Sat. "Court JesterS"
DIABLO HTS. 6:15 7:59
Georg Raft .- v
"IAN FROM CAnto''
Late show 10:30 p.m.
"Death ef a Salesman" .;
GAMBOA IM 7
"FANGS OF THE WILD",
Satl "Man From 'Cairo"
GATUN 7:08 r r
"A MAN ALONE"
MARGARITA 6:15 -1:05'
Late show 10:30' p,m. -
"TrouWe Along, ThV Way".
Sat "Birds an The Bees."
CRISTOBAL :15 7:55
Randolph Scott "V"
"Thunder Over The Plains'1
Sat. "Sincerely Yours"
PARAISO 1:15 S:20
"WE'RE NO ANGELS"
LA BOCA 7:00
SANTA CRUZ :15 1:15
CAMP BIERD 7:00 p.m. "THE OUTLAW
Most sausfying amongst : good Scotch
Whiskies is "Black & White" with a
tradition for extra quality that, makes it
the first choice of the connoisseur.
Distilled and Bottled in Scotland
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AGENCIASl7.il. D0EL, S. A.
h WEE K E N D
V 3:10, :06v7:03, 8:
1:15, 1:04, 4:53, 1:42, t:45
fantry on the occasion of th
Rfgiment's SOth birthday."
Be went on to explain hi
"personal interest in the fact
that the SOth Infantry Regiment
is still part of the regular estab establishment
lishment establishment and now located at Ft.
.It had been suesestsd last
year that the SOth be deactivat
ed, but when the proposal
reached the Department of the
Army, the Chief of Staff. Gn.
Maxwell D. Taylor, recommend recommended
ed recommended that the regiment be kept in
the regular army .establishment.
I was very proud of -that Ar Army
my Army decision to keen th 'Svkn
(-Regulars' as one ef our separate
imaiury Regiments, Brucker
wrote.-.-' ., ; ..
Congratulatory messages were
received too from Taylor and
MaJ, Gen. Thomas L Harrold,
Commandin General usarh a-
RIB. v-.,.;.'. ...
Harrold paid eomplimenV to
the infantrymen by writing Mil Mil-ler,,
ler,, Mil-ler,, "j.. 1. wish to congratulate;
'the members of your organiza organization
tion organization for their achievements since
the Regiment's assignment to
this command on May 26, 1950."
Alhe rain had atoDoed and the
sun was shining again brightly
we Muier stepped to tne mi microphone
crophone microphone in front of the bunting-draped
stands to address his
In carryin. out its dutiM. the
20th has been sent to msnv nart
of thfi -world." Miller" statert.
"Today we are in "Panama per performing
forming performing thu very Important du-'
ties of guarding one of our na na-tion's
tion's na-tion's lifelines the Panama Ca Canal,
nal, Canal, and of keeping aUve the art
of jungle warfare in our Army.'
"I consider Ijt a great privUesre
and honor he went on,, "to
command a regiment whose of officers
ficers officers and- men demonstrate
their desire to perform each du duty,
ty, duty, to the- best e their ability;
cheerfully and-promptly, with
Capt.oe3. Flores, Regimental
Intelligence officer, read a his his-tory
tory his-tory of the 20th Infantrv. touch
ing on the various battles it has
participated in as well as its
Medal of Honor winners,
j- Later in. the day receptions
were. held at the Service, club
and officers', Club, with Infor Informal
mal Informal dances concluding the day's
E. D:n !bi:n
: E. Don Hansen, ICA soil scien scientist
tist scientist and irrigation specialist, has
arrived recently from Haiti to join
SICAP's SoU Section.
The new soil scientist joins th.
SICAP's staff after several years
of rednering technical assistance
in the agricultural program under-
taken by the ICA in the Republic
of Haiti. There, Hansen trained
several Haitian nationals in soil
mapping and genral aotivitis re related
lated related to land use and soil dassi.
fication. Several important publi publi-cations
cations publi-cations on irrigation and erosion
control were completed -by the
ICA Soil Scientist before leaving
A graduate from Utah State A A-grilcultural
grilcultural A-grilcultural C 0 1 1 e g e, Hensea
taught for several years 'in differ differ-ent
ent differ-ent high schools and colleges in
the states of Nebraska, Montana,
and Utah. He was also employed
as a chemist in several sugar fac factories
tories factories .in Wyoming and Utah, His
record shows several years of
work with the Bureau of Reclama Reclamation
tion Reclamation in Wyoming, Utah and Mon Montana.
tana. Montana. Besides, he was a member
of the staff in the Department ef
Agronomy of the Utah State Agri.
cultural College Experiment ta
tion, at Logan, Utah, as a soil sci.
entist for the Agricultural Re Research
search Research Service.'
58 p.m. I
x -0.75 0.40
.. Iff. 1 1 1 ;f mrrf
i i j a i
ft -bli ;
"(jf M an mta man
aveteran ef World War TT.
Hansen is an active Reserve Offic Officer
er Officer of the United States Air Force.
The ICA specialist comes to a
Slace where h can enjoy most ef
is hobbies at their best: he likes
iisfling the "big ones"; archeolo archeology,'
gy,' archeology,' especially pertaining to t h e
Indians of Central America; pho photography,
tography, photography, in color, 35 mm; and
good music, classical and semi semi-classical,'
classical,' semi-classical,' not only the listening
but the real singing just as well.
Loses Another Dccu
LONDON, Sept. 27 (UP) -Peter
Ward, a 30-year-old noble nobleman
man nobleman once listed among Princess
Margaret's favorite, escorts, an announced
nounced announced today lie will marry
Claire Baring, 19, considered one
of London's greatest beauties.
No date has been set for the
wedding. Ward, 'third son of the
Earl of Dudley, was one of the
most prominent of the group cf
young nobles known as the "mar "mar-garet
garet "mar-garet set"
The princess was known to M t
his red sports car, in which g
and her frienda often dash i
home from partus in the ear
Ruined By Rein
In West Bcr.ncl
CALCUTTA, India, S t. :
(UP) Reports reaching Int
day said crops have bi r
by a record 12-inch r?'
1 24 hours in Burduan. c;i
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AEC Rejects Democratic Demands
For Government Crash Program
WASHINGTON, Sept. 28 UP)- power problem but we anticipate
iCtairman Lewis L. Strauss of tne that tiii situation will be
AU 'on: coeri,y urauiisjioa louay
rejecira uemocraue demands ior
government backed "crash pro program"
gram" program" lor construction of atomic
He said it would 'dissipate this
Brifafn Says Charge
ApinsI Red AlMde
nrirnt tiafara it imnmvM 14a
w. a.- v v.. IVIU3CU ICaiCiUflViil
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can. uauiru iraupiu rawer uuu w.w uie sQopuiune charge a
mouey or uranium is the scarce gainst Nina Ponomareva despite
" OGDENVTAH- (UP) -Farm,
er Thomas Russell lives- oa the
wronf side of the tracks. Hi.
barn caught fire and he mm.
moned the fire department but
wacons were halted whan tr..
LONDON w ,tt. -,,.,- ,D10CKe? e Pawn- iTainmen
formallv riftTaZJ v,.. ,T 1? 10 5,e" .V""?.
jovS iy udio
by Erskint Johnson
-HOLLYWOC ) (NE A) Be-' the Werner film tl'ibrary aM
: dancing to a new song titled'
The Marilyn -Wiggle." Another Gilbert Roland whn am.
; tine, ."Swinging' Dws" dedicated hte ladies as iiSi22
to Diana, is bound to' Mow if 1 has turaed out to be charScW
know my Tin Pan Alley, and I who now makes : hiTflviS Vfirt
do. . With three big pictures dying, fiu fate in receHl 1 m f
completed and unreleased, June Gored b a buji hansed hi L
picture oCers "for tha rest of the d drWned. " UmeS
year. She just wants to be home. -. ..'" Z
. with the. children and hubby Dick Readers of a Be u;iin
P,all Th. TWhaM nf Winri.L..r. "e.T''y Hills
visiting '&Sr7SS Spa8gerpho ZTl
to play an extra in a Casmo bob young lad signing up i new suV
scene for the Marlene Dietrich scriber. "He's trvin t
. movie, "The Monte Carlo Story TUnoueh
'Then she left town before the "to buy a TV Sef
scent was shot. j-The Ui b Lance Brisson, son
V w" i.TT v Jof. Rosalind-Russell!
Audi Murphy has a hoofing jo, rewis Pin :
sequence in. "Joe Butterfly," be-jham who wound ufon -Medic"-in
filmed in Tokyo. Postcard "He minarf .?eaic.
from.the lad afUr he conrpleted ble, in todbvS8
deep.". . vv
On mevU. queen's honest
1 ". "9"Has me to
as ,nu one and only
I Was Kid I h a ii f U I' j xr
fh.'. if f-els when
she sees her ex-husband out with
the dance routines
' "I mh aa'td movie acting was
.L. I.LImm mHM Until
VWSIWI lllM H1.llll1f i"ih
r Vi likt to rmnt tht dtcltioo.i
! IfUvtak TAirriAi Its "tllotP VAr
i pa;" contract with MGM for "Les
Girls.". So if they dont make the
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picture wiuua a apeciueu umc,
- they still have to pay her, $100,000.
. QUOTE of the week: Ressana
Rory, about missing her biggest
film rble in Italy b.' inches:
. "I'm a 35. They wanted a 38."
" The movie west alnt what what-he
he what-he used to be note: The Indi Indian
an Indian (Guy Madison) rides off into
the a w n s e t with the flat in his
arms: in a naw western, "Re "Re-prisaL"
prisaL" "Re-prisaL" The 11 white suitor is the
I A "drive-in" was in Winnipeg,
Canadu, turned out to.be better
for fans' than even free TV. One
theater-offered "free admission,
free rides and one.: g a 1 1 o n of
gasoline free to every car.
.Joan, and Constance Bennett are
. rf...J .JiL. I..I..J
ad agencies as telefilm co-stars.
In the food, old days of Holly Hollywood,
wood, Hollywood, they battled over movie
AUICI. a.iu WWJ' uwuuoi ;
- Dan Duryea is happy with those
TV percentages he's collecting for
the China Smith series, He nixed
$100,000 for b'.-, interest in the
flickers," now in their fifth time
on the TV merry-go-round.
' diehard Widi.iarlc would likt to
do a remake ef Humphrey Bo
, flirt's 1941 m e I e hit, "The
Maltese false n Te escape
heme-screen competition, he's
even buying the original euf ef
CLOSEI Th newscamera catches a moment of high drama
, in the bullring at Tijuana,' Mexico. A vicious lunge by the
bull just missed Pat McCormick, 26-year-old lady bullfighter
from Texaa, the bull's horn hooking into her jacket. Pat was
knocked down, but arose uninjured, killed the bull and then'
assisted another girl matador, 3etty Ford, la her fight, .. ..
IBS Te Open -Training
' A two-week leadership training
course" sponsored by the local
council,. International Boy Scouts
, oi me ianai tone, lor approxi
maieiy ba boy scou.s ot the oigani
nation and It memoers of tne Pa
nama bcout Association, is sche-
niiiBr. In hotrln tnmnrrnw at 2 n.m.
at the Kainoow City (Camp toin toin-:
: toin-: er scout shack), on the Atlantic
; side, and at the Paraiso Scout
&nack on the Pacitic sine.
Nuvmit : avaiii'iva M a v tn A n A
George wiu be tne trainiug officer
wild uia xouuwiny icauers cuuipru cuuipru-ing
ing cuuipru-ing the training teams:', Ever aid
walker,' James Hassocks, Verneel
losing, sr., jonn rascaL liaroia
vox, nouen waixer, -Auanuc;
Ivan Everinff. Pearl Ford. V a r.
neei Laing, r., Ueveianu Small,
Arthur KiriCn7ia Psnifta .v
; Inspection team comprises Wil-
uui Aimui, nuuam .lumpf-iiQ
ward firaan AHantin- r. i.' A
Davis, Cyril Atherley, Jose Frenctv
It is expected that 40 youngsters
on the Atlantic side, 35 iron. Rain
bow City and five from Colon, and
42 from the Pacific aide; 30 from
. the Canal Zone and 12 from Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, will comprise the entire group
Learlera anrf nftinra aclfrnayf
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country's 'very' limited supply of
tfcieiiUMs aou enguieers. tie op opposed
posed opposed building "primitive plants"
when the nation's resources should
be csed to solve "problems of re reactor
actor reactor technology."
Strauss discussed development
of indi:strial power from the atom
t a symposium conducted by the
W : Id Bank.
Democrats introduced a bill it
the last session of Congress au authorizing
thorizing authorizing a 400 million dollar pro-
riam 10 step up atomic power
development The bill was ap approved
proved approved Fv tha Sensta hut wan
kil'ed in the House.
However, Rep. Melvin Price
(III) and come nf hia rtmivMifia
eolleHSliaa. nn tha rnnnai
t Atomic Energy Committee recent-
iy cave renewed their demands
kr such c programs
Strauss said that a "rrish"
gram, based on "the present state
io uur sjiowieage, would neither
ub nruneni nnr won in it m mil mm
obligation tn riavaalnn tha tnm tnr
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, He said the commission is do dome
me dome Its best to solve tfle "man
Strauss ; said prh ate industry
pians 10 mstau voo.ooo kiiowal
of nuclear power and to finance
it ''without calling on the govern government
ment government for any jirect financial sup support."
port." support." la addition, he said, 400,000 kilo kilowatts
watts kilowatts is provided in the com mis
sio.iV power demoustration pro-
STain. to ha pamwi nut in.nt
oy tne government and industrv
inus tar, we ave resit-wd
pressures mostly political
establish arbitrary goals of
Stalled kilowatts for a al ri.-ttn
since we are not engaged m
n-imoers game," Strauss said.
He also noted that cuppUs
conventional fueli ara nlpnt.if.Vl
this country, providing time for
uie fovernmem; ana mauslry to
ucvciud more emcient arntni
power lor "our own people and
ycuiue everywnere. -, ?
Soviet warnmgs that the famous
Bolsboi BaUet may be withheld
irora a London trip in retaliation.
i The foreign office announced that
Minister Of Ktata Anthnnu K7..t
ing delivered this final answer to
nussias acting Ambssader
the case against Nina, start dis discus
cus discus thrower of the Soviet Olympic
but by the timet hey did Russell's'
barn had burned to the ground,
team, led to a warning form the
legendary Bolshoi Ballet that its
members would not -feel iafe la
Nina wn hidinf mil In tha Snvial
Embassy here for the 28th day,
wanted by Scotland Yard men on
a fntntiv warrant Sha rafueal
to appear in court on a charge of
stealing live cneap nats. ..-
SHIRLEY, Mass. (UP)
unicaen inipvprv ic ct 11 rti
, J .HWU -a
a serious crime in Mansaphncatt.
rouce umei.uonaia K. Morse of
mis town and a state trooper
traveled 3.000 mil in r.Ufnri,
to bring back for trial a fueitive
accusea oi neaiinc xi xsn wnrth
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Master Melody Choice
To Cop Featured Mile
The Cuadra Mexico's distance-loving Master
Melody looms as the probable mutuels choice to cop
tomorrow's $3000-added one-mile Jockey Club Class Classic
ic Classic at the President Remon racetrack. ;
Others who ire surt to be ha ha-vily
vily ha-vily backed to the mutuels are
r.av Snot. NnMlino. Roval Stream.
Genizarito and Money Maker. Al
so slated, t5 go postwards are Ven Ven-ganza.
ganza. Ven-ganza. Vedette, Barlyon and Dona
Master Melody has been in the
money in his last four starts and
figures to be on "edge" for this
important event. However, Gay
fcpot, who beat Master Melody by
more than euzht lengths last week.
figures to be a tough nut to crack
again. -, ; v.w,
Royal Stream and : Genizarito
have displayed considerable im improvement
provement improvement during their workouts
this week and should be in the
lit Rica Jrd Series Imp. fat.
Puna $400.00 Peel Closes 12:45
fIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 El Fakir
5 Te Gano
R. Vasques 113
A. Vasquez 116
F. Alvares 105
- O. de Leon 100
B. Baeza 103
thick of the race from start to fin
ish. -'V- -f-s:'" '
Speedy Vedette, who always
nna veil ahen least exnected. is
another that is sure to give a good
account of herself. Vedette has
KAn rnnsietent rerentlv excent
for her last performance iw h e u1
sne wouna up a irauer.
Venganza, an impressive winner
last week, could spring another
urnriea RevtinM if he set nit tn
a good start, should also be close
up at toe fimsn. uona Beatrix ana
Barlyon figure to be rank outsid
Nine other races are included
on an attractive program.
" Sunday some of the. track's best
horses will compete in a $1,000 one
mile classic. ? v
2nd Race Jrd Serie Imp. 7 Fgs.
Puna $400.00 Paol Closes 1:15
SECOND RACE Or THE ngUBLt
4 G. Wonder
16 Fuerte '
3 Tom Collins
5 My Friend
So. Cal-Oregon State
Kick Off Grid Weekend
By JOE SARGIS
NEW YORK, Sept.' 28 (UP)
South Carolina-Miami and
Southern California Oregon
State help kick off a big week weekend
end weekend of college football tonight in
the two top attractions on a
parse Friday program.
- Despite South carol lna's
hocking, 7-0, upset of highly
regarded Duke last weekend,
Andy Qustaf son's Miami Hurri Hurricanes
canes Hurricanes are rated a one to three
touchdown pick In the Orange
Bowl. -A crowd in excess of 45, 45,-i
i 45,-i 000 Is expected.
.-. -Southern Calif ornla's Tro Trojans,
jans, Trojans, who whipped Texas,'44 Texas,'44-20,
20, Texas,'44-20, In an tatersectional game
! last Saturday, are a whopping -19-point
pick over Oregon
.' State, 19-13 winner ever a
fumbling Missouri team. The
Trojans, boasting a first-rate
: power runner in C. R. Roberts
I and a speedy threat In Jon Ar Ar-;
; Ar-; nett, figure to be too much for
:. I the Beavers in their Pacific
i Coast Conference opener.
) : intersectlonal games top Sat-
i urday's program with teams
from all sections of the country
winging into action,
tn the more important inva
: slons, U.C.L.A. is a 13-pqlnt un underdog
derdog underdog to Michigan at Ann Ar-
bor, Mich., Washington is a one
fof Sncanto- .35 20
.r Double In CinemaScopel
Jane Russell in
"The Revolt of Mamie Stower"
'. Gordon MacRae in
touchdown pick over Minnesota
at Seattle, Wash., Michigan
State is a seven-point favorite to
down Stanford at paio Alto,
Calif., Illinois is the 13-point
choice over California at Cham Champaign,
paign, Champaign, 111., and Oklahoma, the
195S national champion, is la-
vored by 37 points over invad invading
ing invading North Carolina.
coach sua wuKinson'3 soon-
ers are working on a 30-game
victory streak and once-beaten
North Carolina, toached by Jim
Tatum, Wilkinson's former boss
at Oklahoma, isn't -expected to
prove an obstacle.
IMnA.l.... I. 4 V. Vfl.ln.j.nl. Tn..
was HawKeyes are six-point la la-yotlte
yotlte la-yotlte over .Indiana in a game
which will be telecast .over a
mldwestem regional network,
Purdue entertains Missouri fa favored
vored favored by 14 points, Ohio State,
Big Ten champion the past two
years, is nicked by 21 points over
Nebraska, Northwestern is rated
13 over Iowa State and Wiscon Wisconsin
sin Wisconsin is picked by 14 over Mar Mar-quetlte.
quetlte. Mar-quetlte. TheThe TJ.C.LJV.-Michlgan
game will be 'piped" back to
the West Coast where it will
be telecast regionally.
In the leading Eastern game,
game, Pittsburgh is the pick,
by six points over a strong Sy Syracuse
racuse Syracuse club whrch upended
Maryland last Saturday. Pitt
got off to a shaky start with a
14-13 victory over a tough
West Virginia squad.
Ruteers and Princeton contin continue
ue continue college football' oldest se
rles they nrst met 87 years a a-go
go a-go and Cornell and Colgate,
two other powerful eastern
squads, meet in the East's re regional
gional regional telecast game.
O. de Leon-108
A. Ycaza 112
M. Ycaza 110
R. Vasquez 115
F. Alvarez 103
. Gongora 115
H. Ruiz 105
J. Jim6nez 107x
B. Baeza 100
3r4 Race 3rd Sanaa Imp. 7
Pane $400.00 Paol Clem 1 :45
P. Alvarez 105
R. Vasquez 113
B. Baeza 103
O. de Leon 103
B. Aguirre 108
4th Race "A-B" Nativaa 7 Fat.
Pun e$375.00 Pool Cloiai 2:20
1 Black Gold M. Ycaza 106
2 Joe F. Sanchez 96x
3 Apache O. de Leon 103
4 Don Brlgido R. Vasquez 120
5 Naranjazo A. Ycaza 120
5th Race "Non-Winners" NaK 4 Fat
Puna $250.00 Pool Cloiea 2:55
1 Pereque V. Castillo 110
3 G. Patrick
B. Baeza 102
O. de Leon 96
F. Hidalgo 112
6th Rica 2nd Series Imp. 1 Mile
Puna $500.00 Pool Closes 3:35
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
3 Emp. Magic
4 Dawn Song
R. Cristian 118
V. Castillo 112
E. Ortega 105
M. Ycaza 113
J. Phillips 108
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MERMAIDS Girls 12 & under, (left to rlgh) Judy Hallet 3rd place, Verna Hildebrand 2nd,
place, Charlene Graves 1st place, Harriet Hewitt 4th place in Atlantic side summer recrea recreational
tional recreational swimming program held at Gatun Gymnasium. ; : ,v
Yanks Not Too Content While
Awaiting Outcome Of NL Race
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn (N)
Milwaukee at St Louis (N)
New York at Philadelphia (N)
Only games scheduled
New York .
. .384 38
Boston at New 'York N)
, Ch-'cago at Kansas City (N) V
; Detroit at Cleveland (N)
t Baltimore at Washington (N)
, Open Date
At Ait. Hope Tonight
TU w 1 . ...Vs...
ic acvcuiu annual piaymg oi oiner end position. With Coffpv at'
tne nootball Jamboree is all set to lined un tn An ivictnhsi
for Mt. Hope Stadium tonight at ine. Cristnhal'i No i man nn a
7. This colorful opening of the In- line and on ft tif thft mncr lmnnrlani
. .,.1 wmmt. aaauuv iiuuui tuiik r
Will factors in the Tippr attcmnt tn
terscholastic gridiron season
feature the same four teams that
battled for honors last year.
Leading the list of competitors
for the coveted trophy will be the
most powerful Balboa High School
6 Postinovich A. Gonzalez 108
7th Rata 2nd Series Imp. 1 Mile
Puna $500.00 Paol Closes 4:05
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Andes B. Baeza 106
2 Escorial Ji Jimenez 112x
3 Sup. Girl A. Gonzalez 106
4 Dlstlngo F. Alvarez 105
5 Mrs. Halllgan H. Ruiz 115,
6 (Pollzon jf K. Flores;115
7 (Gavllan- A.- Vasquez 115
8 Jaquimazo) R.. Vasquez 110
9 Pavlnetto) M. Ycaza 110
8th Race "Elimination" Imp. 6 Fas.
Purse $600.00 Pool closes 4:40
1 Rosarlo B. Baeza 103
2 Donny Boy A. Vasquez, 113
3 Newbrlghton A. Mena R. 199x
4 El Regain' ,; E. Ortega 108
5 Our Fancy F. Godoy 109
6 rTempestad i O. de Le6n 105
7 Lexden B. Aguirre 118
9th Race "Pma. Jockey Club Classic"
Puna $3000.00 Pool Closes 5:15
I Mlla ONE-TWO
Today IDEAL .20 .10
"DRUMS of FU MANCHU"
; Chaps. 8 9
J', "CATMAN OF PARIS"
?MAN from RIO GRANDE"
31 IN A ROW
NORMAN, Okla.v (NEA) -Opening
the season against North Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, Oklahoma was shooting for
its 31st consecutive victory, tying
the Sooners' own modern record.
1 M. Melody
2 Gay Spot
4 D.. Beatriz
5 M. Maker
6 R. Stream
A. Ycaza 113
M. Ycaza 108
B. Ycaza 103
G. Sanchez 118
R -Vasquez 105
O. de. Le6n 110
R. Cristian 110
, B. Arulrre 108
A. Carbonell 113
F, Alvarez 106
10th Race "B-C" Natives 5 Fas.
Puna $350.00 Pool Closes 5:40
1 Olimpico B. Aguirre 116
2- Radical i A. Vasquez 110
3 Tanara R. Vasquez 115
4- -Rabiblanco B. Baeza 103
Braves Can Clinch Tie
For Nt Flag If Dodgers
Lose To Pirates Toni
I Jfa vjvuf populate
i DAKCERS ARE BACK
- AGAIN on the PACIFIC SIDE!
See them again at
where you also will be delighted
with the sensational dancing of
and AMILCAR CORTES
9:30, 11:30 p.rn.
and 1 :30 a.m.
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Fridays & Saturdays
, Midnlte to 4:30 a.m.
'---- with the
piano bass and drum
i combination of the
GEORGE GODOY TRIO
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Sun, Tun, Wed. It Thurs.
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NEW YORK Sept. 2fr--(UP)
The Milwaukee Braves leading
by one full game, can clinch ai
least a tie for the National
League pennant tonight by beat-
ins; the St. Louis uaramais
the second-place B r o o k 1 yn
Dodgers also lose to the Pitts Pitts-hnrch
hnrch Pitts-hnrch Pirates. -v :' :
Tonight's arc-light battles in
st Louis and Brooklyn mark
the opening of the final three
games of the season for each
contender, heading toward the
wind-up on Sunday afternoon.
Both teams had the day off
Thursday, a 'travelling day" in
the major leagues.
The Braves planned to send
18-game winner Bob Buhl to the
mound against the, Cardinals,
with "everybody else in the bull bullpen,"
pen," bullpen," according to manager Fred
Haney. He will be opposed by
richthander Tom Poholsky.
Bob Friend, who has beaten
the Dodgers four times, was
scheduled to hurl for Pittsburgh
against 12-game winner Roger
Craig. ... ".. .::
The Braves can clinch the
nennant by winnine all their re
maining three games, even if
the Dodgers win all of their re remaining
maining remaining three.
However, snoum me Braves
lose and the Dodgers win to
night, the two teams would be
fed for first place, ,-
A Braves' victory would have
the side effect of wiping out
the last mathematical chance
of the third-place Cincinnati
If the Braves and Dodgers
both win Milwaukee would re
main one game aneaa ana oe
one day nearer the finish line.
The only result would be to wipe
out the last matnemaucai nope
of the uura-piace Cincinnati
Redlegs. ilf the Braves and
By LUIS ROMER
1 El Fakir
4 Don Brlgido
6 Dawn Song
9 Gay Spot
Dodgers both lose the Braves
still would be a game ahead and
the Dodgers would have muiiea
a golden opportunity.
Ther were no games yester
day, a "traveling day" in the
Buhl, the man who whipped
Brooklyn eight tmes this year,
will be seeking his 19th win of
the year tonight while Friend,
with a 4-1 edge over Brooklyn,
will be shooting lor his 18th.
Braves', skipper Fred Haney
says lelty Warren Spahn will
face St. Louis Saturday but he
hasn't made up his mind about
a hurler for Sunday's finale.
Dodger pilot Walt Alston will
ioiiow craiir With Sal Maelle on
Saturday and Don Newcombe on
Sunday. : ..;
-'Hue the biggest bua avaU avaU-able,'
able,' avaU-able,' Haney told Braves' trate trate-eling
eling trate-eling secretary Duffy Lewis yes
terday, "for the biggest celebra
tion ever.".Vi.,.....i. t.w,.hvw
It was the closest the Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee skipper has' vet come to
claiming the flag.
Alston spent yesterday's day
off cancelling (because of
rain) a special battling drill for
the Dodgers and oozing opti optimism
mism optimism lor the benefit of play players
ers players and reporters. He warned
they'd "better .win 'em all if
they want to be aure of H."
Alston predicted the Dodgers
will Bweep weir final three
games from the pesky pirates,
who beat them three out of four
early this week. He refused to
criticize Sandy Amoros, whose
uy bail mull led to the Dodg
ers' costly 7-3 loss to the Phil
lies Wednesday, but said Sandy
wont start tonight "if he's de
pressed." - ,.
Pirate manager Bobby Bragan,
who will pitch Ronnie Kline Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and Vernon Law or Friend
again Sunday, grinned as he
said the Dodgers "are right be
hind the eight ball." ..:
In Cincinnati, where the Red'
legs need one homer to tie the
Giants major league record of
ill tor a season, manaeer Bir
die Tebbetts said he'll .stuff all
his sluggers Into the starting
By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK, Sept. 28 (UP)
The New York Yankees arehU
too content as they await the
outcome of the National League
pennant race today because
their pitching is wobbling and
their Series fate may resit in the
hands of a one-time castof f and
a perennial doghouse, inhabi inhabitant,
tant, inhabitant, r"'', v
The Yankees, who still figure
to be the Series favorite, were
shaken un a bit when Whitey
Ford hurt his back, on top of
that, Tom sturdivant and jonn
ny Kucks have not been too ef
rective of late. k ,-
'Which could nlace a 'terrific
load on Tommy Byrne, once a
wanderer of the baseball waste wastelands,
lands, wastelands, and towering Don Larsen,
a modern tintype oi tne unpre
dictable Rube WaddelL t
Golden Wonder lineup in Sunday's final game
PRONOSTICOS HIPICOS DE
LA HE VISTA "18" ;
PARA SABADO, SEPTISMBRI 29
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; Master Melody
stop Balboa is Milton Gorver who
tips the scales at, 175 pounds, the
heaviest man on the Tiger team.
Sammy Newhard and Ken
Stnn0 a nnir nf har1.k 4 m
eleven seen in many a year of Ca-I marts nlavintr thir ini
oal football. They boast an ag- with Cristobal and tarVi.
gregation of grmders that, many
Deiieve, could be diyided into two
teams ana stui give a gooa ac account
count account of themselves. This fact was
brought home to all those who
saw the Balboa High School inter inter-squad
squad inter-squad game played at Balboa last
Kicme Moore, Who did a lot of
bench-warming in the "Red and
White" game last i'nday because
of a baa headache, did not show
the public much. -He was ailing
badly that night and is reputed to
be an excellent quarterback.
Moore will probably be first choice
for. the position, but if coach An
derson cares to use Jack Godsey,
who understudied Scott on last
year's Bulldog eleven, he still will
get some competent mastermind
Balboa s backiield is well set
with Owen Sutherland and Qanny
Winklsosky to take care of the
halfs while Bruce Bateman, 250-
pouna runs irom iuiiback. B u
Baiooa s power does not half in
WiUoughby. round out a fairlv.
formidable line. Plenty of bolster
ing ioo nas come irom Barry Davi- -'
son who will do the centering for
Cristobal and line-backing on de- -.
fense. And speaking of line-back-v
ing, Jeff Slaughter is slated for)
plenty of defensive work for the'
JJtue is known of the Green Green-waves
waves Green-waves from Junior College, except
that their chances will depend
greatly on the performances of
Charlie Morris and. quarter-back
Joe Cicero. Cicero's speed and the'
driving force of Morris will be the
main factors if J. C. is to enter entertain
tain entertain any thoughts' of a champion champion-ship,
ship, champion-ship, 'Coach Brown can expect
plenty of help too from his center,
John Schmidt, the biggest man on
the team and one that seems rea ready
dy ready for action. A lot will depend too
on whether or not the balance of
their squad can hold out for the
grind ot four quarters of football.
Club, fourth en.
trnt'in the Jamboree. i holohnr.
backiield. Their line, whlcj ing the same problem as Junior
average somewhere in t h e, College lack of eligible Dlavers
unless we have a chance for
second place." Even the bubbling
Birdie can't dream of a pennant
miracie- any longer.:
Alono The frn'nr
RODMAN CROSS COUNTRY
The Rodman Golf riuh is
holding a Cross Country Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament that is scheduled to get
underway tomorrow morning.
The winnlne low net at half
handicap will receive one dozen
golf balls. Members and their
guests may participate.
Oct 20 a ladies PWGA tour tourney
ney tourney will be held.
On the weekend of Oct 37.5s
an inter-club match with the
Summit Golf club will be held.
Twenty, men ana ten women
irom Koaman will team un a
gainst a almllar team from
Ford, if he can move hit
arm, undoubtedly will, get the
first game call because he fc
the Yankees' ; money pitcher.
Sturdivant and Kucks will get
their' share of work, too; but
you cant get away from re recent
cent recent statistics. , -1
Kucks eave un seven hits as he
was beaten by Baltimore in the
last series and hag needed help
uv nis last live starts: oi wnicn
the Yankees lost three. The last
time out, Baltimore nicked him
for five runs on six hits and
three walks. y
Pitching coach -Jim Turner
denies that the American League
hitters have seen enough of
them and have "caught on" to
what they're tossing. Maybe he
should wish that this was the
case. Otherwise, the National
League opponent may make
merry against two tossers who
have lost the big touch.
If mat's the case, ana Fora s
back doesnt come aroun,d as it
should, Larsen and Byrne may
be tuie. two most overwornea
pitchers In the Series.
Larsen. who figures to start
the second same of the Series,
ht been hot as a two dollar pis pistol
tol pistol of late. His last three efforts,
against Baltimore, Detroit and
Boston, all have been four-hit
ters although in the last named
he needed a ninth Inning assist
Th six-foot, four-Inch Hoosler
often has been in the Yankee
doghouse. In the spring of 195$
the business-like Yankee man
agement almost blew its collet
tive stack when he reported to
spring uraininarZo pounds over
weight and preferred reading
comic books in the bullpen to
pitching batting practice or run
ningV .. w
There also was frequent an annoyance
noyance annoyance 'with his inclination
to Ignore curfew. But, although
his record is not to brilliant
at a current 10-5 mark, the
way he has been com'ng he
may pUch his way right ont
of the kenneL
Byrne at 38 still Is regarded
as a clutch pitcher after years
oi near anonymity because oi
wildnesa. Earlier In his career he
was traded away, shuffled a
mone several .clubs and wound
un back in the Coast League
There he found rilmself and the
Yanks brought him back at the
end oi 1954.
Baltimore Tommy was the
heart of the staff last fall as
the Yanks at lone last bowed to
the Dodgers In the Series. He
won one came and lost a weil
pitched effort to johnny podres
in the finale.
But he and Larsen well could
be the balance of-uower this
neighborhood of 200 pounds, will
be a hard wall to .crack and pos possesses
sesses possesses the striking force for put
ting the boles where they ought to
be. Linesmen uk McGnu, Far-
on, Curdts and a host of others
from their 44 man squad, ranks
the Bulldogs as favorites to cop
their second consecutive Football
Jamboree. ; ' ?
Much of the competition for try
ing to put a stop to Balboa's drive
and conditioning. A., C, consiting
of working graduates of CHS, BHS
and JC have been unable to get
together for enough work-outs to
u cuusiuerea a serious ureat e e-vet
vet e-vet though their line-up reads like
"who's-who in Isthmian Football."
; With Arnold Manning, one of the
smartest quarterbacks to come out
of Cristobal High, calling the
piays ana last year s Tiger cap captain
tain captain Louis Taber on the line thn
for this Jamboree win, will come Athletic Club could come up with
a surprise, tan xutue, speedy
former CHS halfback, will be run running
ning running from that position for A. C,
and plenty of defensive and offen offensive
sive offensive work will come from Jim Fos
ter. 200 pound linesman.
Jamboree rules stipulate that a a-ny
ny a-ny team winning the trophy three
times retires the trophy and it be become;
come; become; that team's permanent pos possession.
session. possession. BHS can do just that to tonight
night tonight if they are able to capture
the victory at ML Hope Stadium.
Activities get started, at 7 o
clock win the presentation of the
four lovelies that will act as Jam Jamboree
boree Jamboree queens for. the night, after
which Junior College and Athletic
Club will play the first quarter,
followed by the two rival i g h
Schools, Cristobal and Balboa.
from the hosts for the' night, Cris Cris-tobal
tobal Cris-tobal High School. The Tigers will
field a scrappy, fighting team that
will enter the game unafraid of
the statistics the puts the Bulldogs
out in front Ray Croft will take
care of one of the halfs. while Bil
ly Rankin, the 135-pounder who
nearly mined Balbo's quest ofr a
championship last year with bis
85-yard runback of a punt for a
touchdown, plays the other half. V
Lamoin Welein, completely recov recovered
ered recovered from his ankle injury, is re,
dy for his assignment at fullbacK
while Richie Sasso .. and David
Hawthorne still battle to see who
will be the; starting quarterback.
Both boys will see plenty of ac
Johnny Forrest, who was almost
lost to Cristobal last Thursday i Paul Beck, jovial and popular
when he received a severe blow on principal of Cristobal High School.
his elbow, is ready for action as haj been given the honor of pre pre-one
one pre-one of the Tiger's ends. BUI Gib- senting the trophy to .the winning
son and John Coffey will share the team. v ..
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corid Hurdle Woo High For S.
Bv HARRY GRAYSON MICHIGAN STATE PL!
NEVr VURK (NfcAl ; L'DfetS StanfnrH fnr
thai were practically earth shat-i the Rose Bowl champion and the)
enng et up the;lwo most inu. varsity, most .likely to representu
gum games of Sept. 29. wnen fir-the Pacific Coast there -on New
ing Deems on all college football! Year's; Day. ' f
fronts. - I
Southern Methodist and .S y r a- tir-' T V-i.w
cuse did. he almost bully unex-;?'??, Chuck Tay-
n-.,- ,i.in ui n. professional-type passing aU
LAUNCHED ON THE HIGH SEAS
and Msrybnu, reectiv.j. to it-C i,Zkn 7' m'-l9Z I :;i
ract national ittenuon to their en-!ch.?t team'Jen 'ihoHt
the swift and powerful halfback
, va Rowaiczyt, out with a sprain
gaveuimenis win anoJur pair of
aureb I" nkle- They figure to keep
Whi fr from lmnrslw '.!." ". .-.
liiiui caaivn .i
gains .Kentucky, tieorgia Tech .v m "Zzi;
nas the horses with whicn to nem. VmSLi .'. i
onstrate whether the Mustang's Lbe C,a"0" fefi""' 2-14:,
Victory over ine rish was a iiUKe. i,.!!. iV,! fc.Zi'S
which U was not Southern MeUXR0"7 iZT" ."tu
oaist tradiuonauy plays well '
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JOINS SELECT GROUP Dodger pltcner Don Newcombe Joins
four previous 25-game winners via huge photographs at
his Colonla. N.J., home, .The' quartet Newcombe stands be between
tween between are, Carl Hubbell upper left);' Robin Roherts (upper
riirhtv? Buckv Walters (lower left)t end Paul Derringer. The
quintet of hurlers are the only 25-game winners in the league
in the past years, ,
Champ Hoople Picks
Michigan 6 ver UCLA
By MAJOR AMOS B. HOOPLE
WorM Champion, Forecaster
EGAD! Some few Of my lillions
of readers may wonder where 1
got the award "world champion
forecaster" which is carried above
under the iame of Hoople,
About 40 years ago it was if my
memory serves me, Minnesota
was picked to overwhelm Illinois
by a disgraceful margin The late
Ring Lardner even picked the
score to be 80 to 8. I was the only
voice in the land heard in-behalf
of Illinois, predicting that the mi mini
ni mini would bumble the mighty Goph Gopher.
er. Gopher. ,., '.- r
After', the- game Lardner be bestowed
stowed bestowed upon these humble should-
ders the mantle of "champion.
Later this1 was confirmed by
Knule Rockne: after I picked No
tre Dame to upset Army one year
vhen all others foresaw West
Point victory. v..,v::
I was-the ofllyy prognastiflator
'ho picked Columbia to win the
Rose. Bowl game from Standford
in 1934, and again .1 was hailed as
champion by Jock Sutherland,
then coach of Pitt. These are only
a few of the acolades I have re received.
ceived. received. j-; ; ;:, i ;!!
This week I am able to offer
you two juicy upsets.1 Michigan's
speed, depth and rugged defense
will set touted UCLA back on its
heels. Oregon State will defeat
Southern California in a game de
cided by superior line lpay hak-
-Now go on with the rest of. the
Pitt 21, Syracuse 13
, Penn State 14, Pnn 0
The Old Boy BlmseU
Navy 20, Wm. and Mary 7
Colgate 14, Cornell 7
: Ohio State 27 Nebraska i
lillinois 21, California 13 t
Iowa 14, Indiana ( in
Northwestern 1, Iowa State 7
Wisconsin 27, Marquette 13 ;:
Michigan 13, UCLA 7
i Michigan State 27, Stanford 1J
Washington 14, Minnesota 0
Purdue 24, Missouri 4 ,-Mississippi
Mississippi ,-Mississippi 14, Kentucky 7 ;
Duke 14, Virginia 0
Ca. Tech 20, So. Methodist 13
Tex. A. and M. 20, La. State 4
Maryland 20, Wake Forest 0 t
Oregon State 19, So. Calif 7
Arkansas 14, Okla. A. and M. 7
Tennessee 20, Auburn 14
Colorado 19, Kansas State 7
Oklahoma 34, No. Carolina e
Texas 20, Tulane i
almost sure to be. an emotional B,n ZZT'lJrZT::
leiaown, so lorgia lech u pic. "r' XZL, -tl. "i
ed in the Dallas Cotton Bowl TTZ u8'.i''e-
u v vuju wwi, game stretches under a ridiculous
. ; . Imodified penalty slaDDed on Paci-
DRLLEO outfit Tuiht t fic Coast Conference schools after
fometo" Sut XP?es& H S ift
iTS-tSP'A Z2Ji SbtfurtheyoSd
Sexist"" T1 .Ifffm
hvBSBtn,?v "itwta,k,ta,j W lliinois h h"kf.eld
LflSii! for California. -and should
V,Dt .M9uarterbackingjwin t champaign, 23-13.
?iaf' ,hutk pmmerman. worked Woody Hayes is platooning and
ree weeks forthe skirmish withlpassinwltl ,ven ,ore ma8n.ea"t.
higher than. a cat s back and its .utumn. so Pitta Riiintt shm.M et
extremely difficult to keep football
players hopped up from one week
to the next. i
Pittsburgh, on the other hand,
was rudely awakened in its tight
squeaK with, west Virginia, show
ed little of the potential which had
the Panthers ranked in the east's
first fight. The chances are that
they 11 unload much more stuff a
gainst Syracuse at Pitt Stadium,
or enougn to take it au, 19-12.
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At A Glance
Teams W L Fct Gb Gl
Milwaukee 91 60 .603 3
Brooklyn 90 61 1 3
O'ncinnatl 19 63 .588 Vh I
Milwaakee: (3). Away (3)
St. Louis, Sept 28, 29, 30. 5
Brooklyn: (3). Home (3)
Pittsburth, Sept. 28, 29, 30.
CincinnaU: (2). Away (I)
Chicago, Sept. 29, 30.
CUN CLUB ;
Thpra Will h n ArA ITitiiH.
Jesp. Trap Shoot held at the Bat Bat-1xa
1xa Bat-1xa Gun club trap '" and skeet
range at two o clock tomorrow
afternoon. This will be an added
bird shoot with, optional! on the
These added blrd. are based
on two-thirds of the difference
between each individuals high
handicap registered score for
100 targets, during the oast two
jrcura, ana me snooter naving
? nignesi nanaicap score.
The maximum of 5 added
birds for a 50 bird, event. All
shotgun shooters are cordially
invited to participate, skeet and
razzle-dazzle will follow the
.This will be a preliminary
shoot to the 100 bird hanriimn
shoot scheduled for Oct 14
which will be sponsored by Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, S.A., the Savage arms rep representative
resentative representative in Panama whlrh i
donating a double barrel foxi
snoigun ana otner trophies,
Complete detalls,wlll be publish published
ed published ait a later date.
I .: .7., .'" s,c-v J
a warm reception in his bow at
the Nebraska coach in Columbus.
Something like 34-13."
PERHAPS IT'S BECAUSI Bowl
den Wyatt wants this one so bad!
and has so carefully prepared, bul
we re taking Tennessee against
Florida interccntM : nsr' in
walk over Mississippi State, butj but Miami at Coral G a b 1 e t is election
the Clemson line could be t o o something else again and should
strong. Anyway, the Tigers, are win, 14-6.- i in VIEW
the selection, 17 10. Mississippi
has enough competent hands left
to hurdle Kentucky, 20-7.
If you're looking for -a bottle bottle-breaking
breaking bottle-breaking upset, t a k e Louisiana
State over Texas A. and M., 21-13.
South Carolina pulled one of the o o-pening
pening o-pening day shockers against Duke,
appearance of Bud Wilkinson's There are many "other gamfjlotv
1956 edition. Wilkinson's rluhc
WHAT happened sually get off rather slowly, but are the more glamorous.
I And, as Frank Leahy would say,
re-1 number of them "will ho lnn
i Uinil.iul til 7 . : ....... v. ur iuiiic voiniift up buiucu uu ivy remeinDerea, gems, Dy DOin- ln-r
as Maryland bounces back Uke an i terest only because it is the initial Leaguers, 14-0. istituUons." ; .""'"".
w-'. .v ,Nt YiEW V WHAT haPPed sually get off rather slowly,
Forest ran up the score to North Carolina at the hands of there's no trouble here. 35-6.
William and Mary, and North Carolina State, the Tar,' Returning east, Colgate will
a dose of its own medicine, Heels' jaunt to Oklahoma is of in- sume carving un Cornell and
Georgia Techs Food
Taking Things Easy
Georgia Tech's varsity, h mera-
stiu weak after, attacks' of
At Abe! Bravo
A oenent basketball game
between the Abel Bravo and
Guaracheros cage teams will
be held tonight In the Claudia
Lowe gymnasiumof th Abel
' This game will follow a pre preliminary
liminary preliminary encounter between
the St. Joseph's quintet and
the Abel Bravo minor league
The basketball program w!ll
be for the benefit of St. Vin Vincent's
cent's Vincent's Parochial SchooL
food poisoning, is taking
easy until it can muster
Less than a handful of the
stricken players were still in the
campus infirmary, frora -effects of
tne Kentucky game but the epi
sode washed out almost all prac-
linA f nnintr
All the Engineers are expected
to be ready- for the came this
weekend with Southern Methodist,
and Wade Mitchell, No. 1 Tech
quarterback, will be ready after
missing the opener. .
LoU reported a new casualty.'
Joe May, who twisted his ankle
in a rough scrimmage last Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. May, only It term an among
LSU's running backs, may miss
the opener against the Texas Ag
gies. ,- .
Auburn announced that fast-
rising Tommy Lorino will start as
left halfback against Tennessee in
a boost over Bobby Hoppe. in or
der to. get a good ounter on the
Vanderbilt took things easv
while the reserves scrimmaged.
Halfback Phil King was reported
recovering from a virus. He was
hospitalized following the Georgia
Halfback Joe Scales will be out
of the Chattanooga game this
weekend and possibly for several
games afterward with a knee in injury.
jury. injury. :
The Tennessee Vols worked on
defenses they plan to use against
Auburn .and reviewed offensive
Tulane worked out lightly while
their scoring punch, Gene Newton,
watched from the sidelines on
crutches, with his right foot in-!
jured. Coach Andy Pilney said he
will be ready for the Texas Long Long-horns,
horns, Long-horns, however.
Mississippi State's first two units
took it easy while checking on
mistakes in a loss to Florida.
Florida also held a light drill.
Mississippi held an unuxnallv
heavy Monday drill since the first!
string unit played only about 15
minutes o the 45-0 win over North
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ninutat from Zona. Call 2-
FOR RENTi Apirtaiant: living,
dining ream, badraam, kitchan,
t 'Vfd, parking, concrete building,
$50. La Pradera. Sabanai. front
' et La Garantia Furniture Facto Factory.
ry. Factory. Phone 3-2796:1'
FOR RENT: Small furnlthtd
apartmenr. Bert residential tec tec-'
' tec-' tion. Near' all but itopi. 43rd
Street No. 13. :J
FOR RENT: Largo two-room
apartment. Nice, cool and quiet
neighborhood. 10th Street No.
5, San Francisco do la Caleta.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, cool, comfortable. On Via
Porras. Call 3-5024 Panama.
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ii. .. .. S I A- --WOfiet Mitt!m'
(PA-O Mr. Leo Filer shown upon his arrival in Panama In
LACSA's flight (23. He is known throufhout Latin America
and Israel for his unusual interpretacion of the. poetry of
the Hebrew and the Spanish language. His engagement in
Panama will be limited to one recital.
Z INttOyJ HC4tt lt"qjAlPil? f
It? '.ARH8P0R tAU jff
Speevak tt Walnberg
.i .: Batteries ?
Tires tt Tubes
THIS WEEK ONLY.
600 x 16 816.00
FOR SALE.- Sarvel electric re refrigerator.
frigerator. refrigerator. II cubit ft.,' Urge
freebar top $225. Phone Balboa
FOR SALE: 21 -inch RCA Vic Victor
tor Victor television sat, new, perfect
condition with antennae $225.
2-2673 after 3:30. .'
FOR SALE "Maytag" washing
machine, good serviceable con-
ditiOn, brand new 25-cycla me meter,
ter, meter, $75. Phone Balboa. 2289.
FOR SALE 1 90 Westingheusa
fro it-free refrigerator; naw 60 60-eyefo
eyefo 60-eyefo unit automatic defrost, ex- -cedent
condition. Phana 3-2889.
House 8519 Margarita.
Boats & Motors
SEE THE NEW fiber glass beat
(Thundarbirds) strongest, light lighter,5,
er,5, lighter,5, fastest. Servient de Ventas
Abernathy, in front of El Panama
USED OUTBOARD motors, trail trailers.
ers. trailers. Reasonable prices.. Also we
have new motors 15-hp. and 30 30-hp.
hp. 30-hp. Evinrud for immediate de delivery.
livery. delivery. Serviciot de Ventat Ab Abernathy,
ernathy, Abernathy, in front of El Panama
FOR SALE: Molded 15-foot fi fiber
ber fiber glass boat,' lap-strako con construction)
struction) construction) and 25-hp. 1956 John John-ton.
ton. John-ton. Will sell separately. Phono
FOR SALE: 1949 Buick green
tudor, excellent shape. Mechan-)
ict choice. Only $295 COLPAN
MOTORS, Automobile Row.
FOR SALE. 1955 Ford Tudor.
Sac this almost aew blut "beau "beauty."
ty." "beauty." Real sacrifice price, $1595.
COLPAN MOTORS, Automobile
ROW. :i. 'V.4:,,V
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile
4-door sedan, $395. Yetj can
drive it out! COLPAN MOTORS,
Automobile Row. ...
FOR SALE: Station Wagao
Pontiac '52. Milts and milet of
good motoring in this buy. But
hurry! Specially priced. Only
$895. COLPAN MOTORS, Auto Auto-mobile
mobile Auto-mobile Row.
FOR SALE: 1951 Nask Ram Ram-.
. Ram-. bier Custom Hardtop Ceupe, 2-v
tone paint, good tires, excellent
condition; radio and other e e-i
i e-i tras. Also electric guitar, brand
"new Phene Kobbo 6276.
FOR SALE 1940 Cadillac 4.
door,.- Standard transmission, ra-
die, new tires, painted recently.
Best offer ever $200. Phono
FOR SALE: Small English car
J951 Standard. 44th Street No.
BOX 2031, ANCON. CX ;
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
Am interested in reasonably
priced land containing kard lime limestone,
stone, limestone, suitable for manufacturing 1
FOR SALE: One Tener Saxo Saxophone,
phone, Saxophone, good condition. Pkono
6310 Gamboa. C.Z.
FOR SALE New Nerge electric electric-dryer,
dryer, electric-dryer, never used, $175; 12"
Magna vox TV, needs repair $25.
Call 3-6851 after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: Two 6V aquart 1
berman batteries, iakut tram
, Diesel motor, for American cars.
Still in vary good strength and
condition, $5 each. Q759-F Bal Balboa
boa Balboa ' : .. V..
For Engineers As
CHICAGO -(UP)- Starting
anes v for eneineers continue
climb, according to the Illinois In
stitute of Technology.
ine institute taiit salrn r.
ceived by its 1958 graduates hit an
aianing salaries are still sn
raung," said placement director
Ban U. Kubicek.
This- years enaineerinit end
uaies are earning an averaee
$391 per month as compared withlSnir,ev Lee y name, graces the
the 1955 average of $383."
Kubicek said the average start
ing salary has increased every
year since 1938, when the school
began keeping records. Since 1949,
when the average was $282, it has
risen more than $100.
.Electrical engineers receive the
highest salaries, $461 per month
compared with $416 in 1955.
Chemical' engineering starting
salaries rose from $365 in 1955 to
$424 this year, and civil engineer-
inK saianes rose trom xjo to $434
- : Expert
'Till 10:00 pmi
, TELE-RAD :
t l X
FOR RENT: Famished haute in
Ecuador Ave, No. 28 with three
bedrooms, two bathrooms, maid's
room with bath, interior yard,
garage, ket water, hiving room,
dining ream and kitchen. Yeu
can tee it during office heart.
Also another house with 4 bed bed-roomt,
roomt, bed-roomt, garden, etc
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
2 bedrooms, living-dining ream,
bathroom, kitchan. Apply 45 E.
No. 2-241, Bella Vista. Phene.
3-5351, 8 a.m. te 8 p.m.
FOR RENT: Comfortable 3 3-bedroom
bedroom 3-bedroom chalet ia. Golf Helghti.
Rent $110 .Pken Panama 3-
WANTED: Houtekeeper to
cook. Reference required House
S229-B 6th St., Margarita. Ap Apply
ply Apply Saturday and Sunday er aft after
er after 5 a.m. week day..
WANTED: Cook and general
housekeeper for American fami family.
ly. family. References necessary.. Pkene
5 New Commanders
Arrive On Isthmus
For 20fh Infantry
Col. Frank D. Miller, com-
mandlng officer of the 20th In Infantry
fantry Infantry Regiment, announced the
arrival of five new company
commanders and one executive
officer within th regiment recently.-"
Mai. Owen P. Oroonn .Tr l
the new executive bfflrer at t.ho
jungie wariare Training Cen-
ter. MaJ. Orogan, who ,was pre previously
viously previously stationed at the Presidio
In San Francisco, has -another
Army wteran in his family! His
wife, Mary, is a former captain
In the Army Nurse Corps,, with
jmh uuty Deuinju ner, a a-long
long a-long with their .daughter, Mary
Le, they arrived irr Panama the
first of September.
Taking command of rm
First Battalion is capt. John L.
Lwis. cacltain Lewis his wlfr
Ursula,, and their two sons and
daughters came to the Isthmus
from the U.S. Army Training
Center, Ft. Jackson, South Car Carolina.
olina. Carolina. .:'-..... ...
Capt. Howard A. Biebel, new
CO. of "D" Company, also the
First Battalion, is Ithe father of
two children. His wife, Kath Kathleen,
leen, Kathleen, and the children arrived
at Fort Kobbe with Capt. Giebel
September 18. They came to
Panama from : New Rocheile,
New York, where capt. Biebel
was stationed with the Armed
forces information School at
A five-year-old d a u a hter.
nousenoid of Cant. William T.
f'ltts. in, and his wife Dlanne
capt. Fitts, last assigned to the
inianiry center at Fort Ben
nlng, Georgia, hag assumed com
mann of "F" Company, Second
Capt. Robert S. McRlenarhan.
Jr., commanding; officer "G"
Company, sec&nd Battalion,
came o Fort Kobbe, from the
School Brigade. Fort Bennina.
He and his wife Georgian have
meir own scnooi brigade, con
sistint; of two sons and two
Assigned to the command of
"M" Company at Fort Davis, as
part of the Third Battalion: is
Capt. Robert M. Street.; Robert
and Olive Street and their four
children came to Panama from
Chicagowhere capt. Street was
assigned to 5th Army Head
quarters, j; ;
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$ ".t : ; '.- i :yv-'- ;l, :'r.' v.. V, ;. .: e .. v.. -n.1 ;
Cdle H No. 11-53 Tdefoni 2-1483
" Offers to Panama and Canal Zone cua
tomers the famous and genuine foam rub rub-ber
ber rub-ber from V2 to 4 Ms in mattresses and cush
ions which we make in all sizes you desire.
Visit us at our store just across the Auto
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phene Balboa 1866. )
PHILLIPS Oceeaeide Cottage,,
Santa Clara. Bos 435. Balboa.
Pkono Panama 3-1377. Criete Criete-bal
bal Criete-bal 3-1673.
BEACHSIDE vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel's comfortable houses.
Pkono Tkompsea Balboa 1772.
Spend your week -end at Rio
Mar, Ike best bathing beach in
the Republic, with all tonveai-
encee. Moderate prices. The new
. management it anxieut te serve
.' yen.:"- ,. i-i .. .-.
Gramlich't Santa Clara Beach
Cattagat. Madern conveniences.
moderate rates. Phono 6ameea
Wanted To Rent
?'., ,v .--HOUSE
WANTED: U.S. busi-
- nettman,.wift and two children;
,- desire 3-4 bedroom furnished
bouse. Good location. Will take
year tease. Please pkono 2-2042
WANTED: Far October only,
tpaciout quartart or house, by
responsible American Embassy
family. Please call Mr;. Kelly,
Tivoli Hotel, ,. v ;
FOR SALE: 1950 Buick Super.
. Dynaflew, radio, wkitewall tires,
38,000 milet, excellent mechan mechanical
ical mechanical condition, $500. Phene Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1427.
5 llicaraguans End
Course At Giilick
Five Student officers from Nica
ragua, and one from Paraguay are
winding up a nine-week Fire Di
rection course at the USARCARiB
School with an "on the ground"
exercise at Empire Range this
Classroom theory at the F o r t
Gulick School for the Latin Amer American
ican American artillerymen covered fire di direction
rection direction techniques, survey work,
forward observer procedures and
firing battery principles,
The current practical phase is
conducted neat the end of each
fire direction course and is eager
ly looked forward to by the at
The week's workout at Pacific
side's Empire Ranee, highlights
surveying of gun positions and tar targets,
gets, targets, forward observer p rj c e e-dures,
dures, e-dures, adjustment of artillery
fire, fire commands and fire direc
tion center operations.
Since the 105 mm artillery piect
es, crews and support personnel
employed in the exercise tome
from the U. S. Army Caribbean
School at Fort Gulick. prepara
tions are begun weeks before to
insure efficient establishment and
operation of the range.
The school's Artillery division
chief Maj. Juan Raigoza and Cap Captain
tain Captain Harry J. Viam artillery in
structor, are on hand for the range
exercise. The students are Lts. Fe Felix
lix Felix B. Camnos. Jose A. Jimenez N.,
Juan J. Romero B.. Rafael Ga-
llardo Ancona and 2nd Lt. N o e 1
Pallais Vaneeas from Nicaragua
and Lt. Rodolfo Paredes Riveres
Night Of Fun ;
At French Society
Hall This Evening'
' The Kniits of Saint Paul will
sponsor a night of fun tonight for
their candidate .n the flower con
test, Marcela Bowen. at the
French Society Hall in "O" Street.
Panama City, instead of La Boca
at nriffinallv nlannerf.
All boosters of Marcela are in
LOST & FOUND Wonted to Buy
LO,. I .. TT-T T WANTED -2$.eydo motor Vi
.:.o..., 447,Gatu.C.Z. FOR RENT
... LOST r Brawn and white female :
cat wearing collar. Phone 2- HOOmS
2752 during Week-end. Reward.
LOST ZrT TT," f0R RENT: Furnished large
.air 7 T- t'Ji """i"1"" k.dr,,. privat. bath, l.ll. VU-
iFiir ef nnfimshad handknit. ,,. Phone 3-1648.
seeks. Reward. Phana Curundu .,
320. ,4T Keal Estate
DCDCrMVl A I C 1 '0R SALE Magnificent mi- ".
I Cl JUIN ALj : oenct, 4 bedrooms, independent,
- . residential tone. Apply Phene
" ' -' 3-4327.
GEORGE D. BARB. JR H.I. " mb CAI C
' European spinal adiuttment tech- lUK jALC
.niques. Coordinated manipula- -: '""'" n
five therapies. Release of nerv- 1 MlSCCllaneOUf
- our stress and strain. Ortho-Kin- 1
etiology. 14-49 Avenida 13 Es- CgO. IT YOURSELF! Build with
tudiante, 28. 10 to I 3 to 8. interlocking concrete blocks. In-
" Telephone 2-2525. By appoint- expensive Rapid Easy, Call
ment. ..; . "MORTARLESS," 3-6022. ?
Beginning Today and Until October 15
Of all our used cars Make us a visit as
so'on as possible and obtain, your car at the
lowest pit-ice in the market., .. .
Ve Have Used Cars at Your Disposal
Besides,' you will find used cars all recondi reconditioned
tioned reconditioned with 30 DAYS MEQIANICAL
End of Jos Fco. de la Osta "U" Street Tel. 3-1 $33
; Panami, R. P.
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' Large Assortment of
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r.1aor Cii.ne Jumps 144 Per Cent
In US During First Half Of
year in wblch more than two
million major crimes have been
committed and the first year in
which the crime total will reach
the 2Vt million mark." ha da-
today, clared. : .;
, The '.rise in er.mn durinff the
first half of 1956 was the steepest
since a comparable jump in the
January-June period of 1956, the
first postwar year. In that year.
howevei, the sharp Increases of
v V it f1 1 100 "rsl "mx. mourns were no re re-He
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, WASHINGTON, Sept 28 (UPH
A major .crime was committed
Somewhere in the United Stales
on an average of every 12.2
secondi during the first half of.
1956, the FBI announced
FBi director J. Edgar Hoover
said such a rapid rate of offenses
caused major crimes to jump
14.4 per cent over, the same
period last year.
'reach the staggering new total of
24 million by the "end of the year)
if the pace during the first half j
According to the FBI statistics
every 4.1 minutes there was a
murder, manslaughter, rape or
assault with intent to kill.
Automobile thefts led thi In
crease in this year's crimes with
a 22.3 per cent jump over the
first six months of 1955. The FBI
report listed 34,320 autos stolen
compared with 109,830 during the
same period last year. ;
After auto theft vcame larceny.
The FBI midyear crime report, up 18.5 per cent, negligent man man-logged
logged man-logged a total of 1,291,120 major slaughter, up 10.2 per cent; rape,
crimes from January through up 6.8 per cent; burglary, up 4.7
June of this year. This ) was per cent; murder and non non-162.770
162.770 non-162.770 more than the 1.121,350 neelisent manslaughter. u -four
reported for the same period of j per cent; and aggravated assault,
1955.. I up 2.8 per cent,
t The onlv dron recorded was in
The sharp rise in the national, robberies which declined 1.1 per
crime rata reversed the drop
recorded last year, Hoover said.
"If the current trend continues
for the remainder of the year.
1956 will be the fifth consecutive
cent fror the number in the first
it manthi nf 19SS. -,
In an average day i- in i the
January-June period, Hoover
summed up, 37 people were slain,
260 were nssaulted, 55 women
were raped, 4,377 larcenies were
committed, 738 cars were stolen
and 164 robberies and 1,463 burg
Hoover said that city crime
rates generally followed the rule,
"less people. less crime."
Bearing this out the cities rank ranking
ing ranking one, two and three in popula-
dense. early fall fog blanketed! tion also ranked one, two and
London and southeast England three in the January-June period
Heavy London Fog
LONDON, Sept 28 (UP A
yesterday reducing visibility in
some areas to as little as 25 yards
and grounding outgoing aircraft
for several hours. Shipping in the
Thames estuary was halted, and
New York led with 157, Chicago
followed with 126 and Philadelphia
was third with 65.
In the robbery column, however,
Chicago led with 3,154, New York
long-distar.ee trains were as much was second with 2,974 and Detroit
as hall an hour late. third wits i,sw.
The Royalty of Radio and Television
- TV PROGRAM
FHIDAT, fttft n, 1KI
I 'Armed Forces Hour
4- Garry Moor
4:11 Godfrey Timt
4 SO Robert Q. InH
5 M Life with Father
- I X) Winky Dink
:A0 "Newt and Panorama
7:09 lorerta Tourtf
f M United Fund Drive
S 0O Comedy Hour
M Feopl Are Funny
39 Chanc at a LifetiiM
W:Ofl Boxing ;
11 00 New
If .OS Incor: Oimax.
: SATtTBDAT, Scat 2S, MSI 1
2:00 Bob Croaby ,
1:15 PatU Pace ,. :
1:30 Theft My Boy
S:08 Armed Force Hour
140 Arthur Godfrey and
4 -00 Newt and Panorama 'i
. 7:00 Life of Riley
, T:S0 Suae Show
5 0 Caenr't Hour
S OO H'ghway Patrol
t SO People'! Choice
10 00 Georee Cobel
10 SO Hit Parade
11-00 Newt -,
11:05-Encore: U.S. Steel Hour.
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...BEAUMONT, Tex.. Sept. 28 1
nipt people who knew bsdc
.kiu i t-hi. nnrt r.ltv she lovea
so well will pay their ast re
spects today at ner puim.
' The Babe, a champion In more
spirts than any other JJoma to
history died oi cancer in her
Searly yesterday alr.
three-year battle. She died quiet quiet-Wi
Wi quiet-Wi short time after telling her
husband. George, that she was
Jieid at 4 p.m. in the BeUrJehem
-Lutheran Church with the Rev.
O. A. Wyotek officiating. Tomor Tomor-v.
v. Tomor-v. ki,i win h cremated
m Houston. But it. appeared
likely that before then It ww lie
in state here.
v -Last night, It rested In a mod modest
est modest casket in the chapel of.the
Dale Broussard luneral home.
tv,. Bah. wn dressed in a blue
'rob and pajamas and only the
.family was aiiowea 10 ww
Sprays of flowers continued to
pour into the small chapel from
Sportsmen and sDorts fans who
though the family had asked
Ithat no flowers be sent
Mrs Louis Didrikson, her sister-in-law,
said Babe told her
y.: friends should send money
tohe Babe Didrikson Zaharlas
TstTK-er Fund instead 01 uowers.
uC Broussard said the flowers
-cawe -in anyway- These were
Jjajiked around the casket.
fVnrvMA inctria Sent. 28 (UP)
i.-..mmnmst Hungary admitted
today it has serious shortages in
ji. notollio InHustrv.
- Ferenc Hereseg, deputy minis minis-tef
tef minis-tef of metallurgy and machine in in-.iCt.
.iCt. in-.iCt. tnld the Budapest news
ier Nepsrava that the target
figures for 1956 will be only 76
per cent fultuiea.
m. Wamefl too hieh export fig-
anri 1 lack of coke supplies
-iroiit Poland as the mala reasons
lef the shortages. ..:. s;m
; tfariipr this week the govern.
mit. of Huneary admitted the
country is suffering from serious
coal -and oil shortages. The gov gov-crrment
crrment gov-crrment today announced Sunday
shifts for coal miners to hep
. overcome this.
es E isenhower Administration
For Failing To Halt Rising Living Costs
Let the people know the truth end the country is Abraham linen.
PANAMA, E. P, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1951
ST. LOUIS. Sept. 28 (UP) -Ad
lai E. Stevenson drew up an at
tack on the Eisenhower adminis
tration today for failing to halt
the rise in the cost of living.
Press secretary Clayton Fritch
ey said the Democratic Presiden Presidential
tial Presidential nominee Would deal in some
detail with the "record" level of
living costs in a talk scheduled to
day at Indianapolis.
Stevenson has touched on this
"They mm you they were ga gains
ins gains to- step Inflation," he told
crowd at JCansas City, Kan.,,
yesterday. You knew what the
facta are. The cett-ef-living i
higher teday than it ever has
conferred for 40 min
utes late last night by telephone
with his vice-presidential running
mate, sen. listes Keiauver, wno
wn across the Mississippi River
in Belleville, 111.
Fritchey said Stevenson .was im
pressed by two items in Kefau-
ver's report on ms travels.
"Ketawver reported he found
that people in southern Illinois
are very much aware of and in
dgnant about the scandals in the
republican administration, in II'
linoit," Fritchey said.
"Kefauver also said he was ve
ry much impressed by the in
crease in Democratic sentiment in
Indiana," he sauL.
Meanwhile Vice-President men
chard M. Nixon moved into Ten
nessee today in his, second direct
attempt to keep the one 1 0 1 1 a
South split as it was in me ura e-
The barnstorming iviet pres president
ident president Invaded the home state of
Ketauver. He extended an out-ad-out
bid, to Southern Demo Demo-cratt
cratt Demo-cratt ,to bott their party and sup support
port support President Eisenhower a
gain this year they .did four
year ago.. -v ;
Democratic states of Tennessee
and West Virginia with much the
same appeal that he used on Texas-Democrats
at Houston earlier
this week. ..... ?
Although the GOP is not as op-
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(Inner harbon) 81
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29
11:33 p m.
Move To Postpone
WASHINGTON, Sept. 28 (UP)-
Democratic controlled nouse
subcommittee today rejected a
Republican move to postpone
hearings iuto racial integration in
District of Columbia schools until
afttr the November elections.
Simultaneously, the director of
Washington's high school system
testified that a racial "iron cur curtain"
tain" curtain" 'between whites and Negroes
prevented colored children fiom
Nixon approached the normally timistic about its -Southern
chances this time as last, Nixon's
scheduling of such states ft Tex Texas,
as, Texas, Tennessee and Florida which
broke over to the Republicans in
1952 indicates that the party has
not given up hope of holding them
in the ranks.
ed for the mummified body of her
elderly roommate, for 18 months
trying to raise her from the dead.
complaints from neighbors end
ed her long vigil Wednesday.
The 59-year-old spinster and hen
71-year-old roommate Lisle Thom
as, had been friends for a quarter
century. They had lived together
with more than a dozen cats in
the same apartment since 1947
Then one cold February night
last year Miss Thomas, who had
a medical record of a heart ail ailment,
ment, ailment, died. v1
1 came Into the room one
night," Miss Baker told police.1
I leaned over and kissed her on
the forehead. She was cold."
She said ever since then she had
been "trying to raise her from the
dead by spiritual dealing.
Miss Baker said she kept her
roommate In the bedroom and
slept in a lounge chair in the liv-
' She said she had power of at
torney for Miss Thomas and
cashed her. Agriculture Uepar
ment pension checks to help sup
Neighbors told, police they began
smelluii an unusual odor in the
apartment house, but they attrib-
Fin ally neighbors demandedi
that something be dona about the
odor in the apartment house.
When apartment manager Cath
erine Doyle informed Miss Baker
she had an eviction order, Miss
Baker said: "You 11 find Lisle un
der a blanket' Police were called
The brown mummified body was
found fully-clothed under a blanket
on a bed.
Deputy Coroner Richard M. Ros-
enberger said the body apparently
became mummified because tne
In expressing his sunnort of
the principals of the Diablo
Heights School Parents-Teach
ers' Association Got. W. B. Pot
ter heartily endorsed the. PTA
The Governor who was suest
speaker yerterday said he was
"especially pleased" with the
large attendance of over 300
. s s
Potter was Introduced by the
President of ths Diablo Heights
r ta, nans: wilder.
After the Governor's-address,
S. E. Esser. superintendent of
the School's Division and Roger
coiunge, assistant superinten
dent addressed the assembly.
Roger Michael, principal of
apartment was kept hot and dry.Dlablo then Introduced .the
Miss Baker said she kept the schools' teachers, who were later
windows closed because of M is i presented with corsages by the
Thomas", health, i I ladles of the PTA.
THE RECRUITING SERGEANT at Fort Davis had a field day "recently with five "re linnin,
for a total of 18 years. They are being sworn In by Lt Cot R W Pederson c O 3d"Rn anrh
ton, Sgt Robert G. Valente and 8gt Ronald R. Rakentine. r Tr.way
Record-Breaking Supersonic Plane
Crashes On Release At 30,000 Ft.
- EOWARDS AIR FORCE BASE. Explosive charges could stpa-stainless steel used ih'the olane la
Calif Sept. 28 1 (UP) The Ai, rate the cabin from the rest of safe to temperatures t ? about
Force s record breaking super the airplane it it became neces- 1,600 degrees; This temoerature
sonic rocket plan,'; the, X sary.for. the pilot, to baU. eut at is not reached at tpeedT' under
crashed- yesterday withm t w o high altitude. . 3.30O miles per hour
minutes after being release from The X2 was designed several The plane carries only en'oueh
its B50 mother plane. -A years ago ; to reach a soeed of fuel for tw n,im,t. V
The pilot, Capt.- Milburn G..Apt, about,' m ', Umea the speed of was carried aloft in the belly of
32, Buffalo, Kan., was killed, It
was his first flight in the plane
which recently reached a record
altitude of 126,000 feet and hit a
new : speed ; record of 1,900 miles
an hour on another flight.
The plane bad taken off from
Ex-Wife's Employer To Death
For Making Brakes
LACKAWANNA, N. .-(UP)-A
pioneer brake manufacturing
company has developed a brake
that provides smooth deceleration
for railroad freight cars at every
speeds .. .... .,...... ,,,.,,,.,.....,,.
The Buffalo Brake Beam Co.
said the sew type brake does
MIAMI, Fla., Sept. 2T (UP)-A
iealous 240-pounder killed his for.
mer wife's 110-pound boss witij
his fists today "just like beatinp
a baby to death" when be found
him in the woman a home, offi
George Brennan, -55, an auto
mobile shop foreman,, surrendered
foaming a. much... f.terW
have if the district scnoois naa
been integrated all along.
Dr. Carl F. Hansen; the educ
tor. said the "cultural isolation"
.it NrcroM under the old scare
gated system was partly to blame
for the large numner oi reiaru
shoe on the surface of each wheel.
It is v the most revolutionary
change in. the company's 53-year
history, a spokesman said. ..
The new brake, being demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated in Chicago and already in
stalled on several ef tne new
for tne large numoer ot iel",u York Central's fast freieht runs 1
ed- Negro .l&XSt
yllJhJ fV.!" that exert, pressure'op .:
iTODAY 75c. 40c.
1:S0, S:05, 5:05, 7:00, 9:05 p.m.
ROBERT VIRGINIA JEFFREY
RYAN MAYO HUNTER
were inteerated two years ago,
Hansen said there had been
some incidents because of-integra
tion. But he described the movt
in the district s schools so far as
"a miracle of social adjustment."
The motion to discontinue the
hearings until after the November
e'ections was mane oy ep. w
wltt Hvde (R-Md). who was at
tending bis first session. Voting
with him was Rep. Joel T. Broy
hill (R-VaJ, who has attended oc
The motion was rejected wnen
the two southern Democrats who
have attended all the hearings
Chairman James E. Davis (Oat
and Rep. John Bell Williams
iMiss) voted against it.
Rto. WoodrowW. Jones (D-NC)
the third Democrat on the sub
committee, has attended aeverai
hearing" sessions but was not
nresent today. The third Repubu
can member. Rep. A. L. Miller
(NebV hae not attended -any of
The National Association for the
Advancement of Colored People
has called for an end to the hear-
in2s. Davis said the subcommittee
has been subjected to "a constant
stream of abuses and falsehoods
from radicals, crackpots and fuzzy
thinkers whose primary purpose
is to promote integration and op
pose segregation." j ; v
Immeidately after, the vote,
Hyde and Broyhill left the com committee
mittee committee room. They said that they
were too busy to attend today s
hearing. Hyde said he would oe
unable to attend any sessions in
the next few weeks.
Hansen said Negro pupils under
a segregated system "had failed
to acquire as much as they could
learn'r because of a lack of com communication
munication communication and an exchange of
"know-how" between white and
"By and large the colored teach teachers
ers teachers were denied an opportunity of
learning from us."
disc inside each wheel.
The company was ore anized in
lauz oy Gen.. Cornelius Vander
bilt and Seth A. Crone.
Collabolletta died 45 minutes lat
sound and to climb above 100,000 a B50,. converted bomber and re re-feet:
feet: re-feet: It has exceeded the altitude leased at about 30,000 feet to fly
goal but has not yet gone as fast underlits own power. 1
as authorities believed t, could it was a descendant of the XI
g0;V'-,-ii :;'vi, the first plane ever to "exceed the
At speeds projected for the X2 speed of sound, and the XU, the
temperatures rise to 600 decrees first ,olane vor t fl tt
tiawaros Dase attacneo to us usu wvw uaucruubij weaneo me speea oi sound, or 1.650 miles
mother ship at about 9 a.m. Elormal aluminum .alloys. :Thi an hour. i? ;, ; .,..
and the Air Force said it crashed:
within two. minutes after having
been released by the bomber. The
X2 had left the B50 at an altitude
of 30.000 feet.
Because the flight 1 was an in indoctrination
doctrination indoctrination run for v. Capt. Apt,
the release was at the compara-
tively low altitude for the rocket
craft, it. was reported here.- oo-r ? 'A'iv-', '-' .'' ;',
7m fcSSS ,Tn lsseS in a wide variety nics wiU meet from 8 a m unUl
TyL flv SZirt in Z 0? "Objects wiU be offered by the U noon Saturdays.
ttfi"f It tE i rlCanal Z0"8 Junlor CoUe6e Exten-. On the Atlantic Side, the fours fours-northeast
northeast fours-northeast corner of the base res- .,, nivumn nioht .i.... j ii.
the plane for Capt. Iven Jtoche- M whicn wiU held kl
loe who recently flew the X2 to ini C;j. i..
IB 1CUU1U UCifiUK V. ueaaaj w
CZJCOffer$ 30 Extension Division
Adair said Brennan bad been
an "insanely iealous man" since! mil.. Previously the Diane had
the Brennans were divorced fivelbeen flown at 1,900 miles an hour
years ago, even though he had
"He would threaten anyone she
several hours after battering talked to, men and women alike,"
Aaair said. "He would sit outside
her house at night listening to
conversations going on inside."
"I don't think there was any
thing between Mrs. Brennan and
her employer. She's a very nice
woman who has been living in
terror of her ex-husband."
Brennan fled her home after the
Michael J. Collabolletta, 42, buid
uig contractor. .
a "It was just like beating a baby
to death with your bare fists''
Peace Justice .Sylvester Ada f
said. "This giant of a man simply
towered over Collabolletta 'and
beat him until he toufdn't stand
Utr Patftfv Hrnnon n at-
- -aft J -' ., mu
tractive secretary for Collabollet-
ta's construction firm, and hit,
employer took her two children
by Brennan to a movie last nigtjL'
They returned and were watching
television at her. home in nearby
Homestead when Brennan pound pounded
ed pounded on the door,
She told officers that Collabol Collabolletta
letta Collabolletta quickly locked the doors but
Brennan burst open the kitchen
door. She said she and her two
children, aged 9 and 12, tried in
vain w stop tne ouny Brennan
from pummelling Collaboletta.
by At. Col. Frank (Pete) Everest,
noted Air Corps speed and test
pilot, i t 'jy:
Both the xz and its predecessor,
the XI. have confined their flights je apaking.
; On Wit Pacific' Side courses
will be givea in the field ef
business and commerce, house household,
hold, household, arts, engineering, indus industrial
trial industrial arts, ; Spanish, mathema-tie,-child
development and pub-
elementary shorthand, first and
second. semester elementary
v conversational Spanish, and the,
theory, and practice of invest investments..
ments.. investments.. Each claw will meat for
one hour on Mondays and. Thurs- -days
with the exception ef the
investment course which will
, meet two hours each Monday.
At present, a number of the
courses on the schedule do not
have the required number of regis-
to this desert tesme base, ill .... Th hiisino nH rnmmarplal lnta 'TTnloc. k.
- .. .. .,. . I rnxmur- vuicn HIC 11 1.U111IUI11 UU1I1-
Bell Aircraft-built rocket plariv courses will include elementary, ber of 10 students is present, each
normally were released from
mother ships to get into flight.
The plane went on the drawing
boards more than 10 years egs
and it was designed to investigate
the so-called "thermal barrier'
of heat which is. encountered as
The Air rorce said that capt
beating and drove to Miawl Apt's body was still wedged in
where he told his present wife,
Miriam, "I'm in trouble." Later
he and an attorney walked into
the sheriff's office where he was
charged with first degree murler;
and ordered held without bond.
"I don't know why I did it," he
said, v, v
accounting, accounting systems, of these courses will be cancelled
business law, business mathema- after its firs meeting,
tics, business English, elementary Tuition will be payable at the
and Intermediate typewriting, and third meeting m the classes meet meet-elementary,
elementary, meet-elementary, intermediate, and ad-big twice per week and at the
vanced shorthand. s tecond meeting in all others,
, Other courses Include first and nu-..-.-
second semester elementary Span-1
ish, first semester elementary con-'
versational Spanish high ; school 1
algebra, couege algebra, plane m-
aonometry, and first and second
semester selection and construc
tion of clothine. T I
Most of the courses wui meet on i n ni licilliild
the plane when it was reached
by rescue units from the base.
Apt's wife and two daughters,
a-d 2 and fve. iived on the base.
The X2 which crashed was the
only one the Air Force had. It Mondays and Thursdays in one-
Flee In Pb
was made of stainless steel and hour class periods. The exceptions iiTi ir-PI,t!nJ
K-monel nickel alloy to withstand are elementary accounting and mpFortyeven Bolivia? iit.
the heat generated at supersonic selecUon and construction of cloth- V'ZJTtl
- Collabolletta had been stayirg speeds. - Jing scheduled for two hour class Vapital of Li Paz comman-
in Homestead while building a,. In announcing flight plans for periods and the accounting y-defeci Bolivian Lloyd airliner
utilising ucveiupiiieuii were. ni ne piane ia raunuis agu, mt nu i wi vu, uu - upstprdav and farced It to land la
wife, a helpless polio victim who
was at home in Hollywood.-Fla.,
collapsed when she heard ber bus-
band was dead.
Force said that it had "special hour periods. Child development i;""2na
iriufwiuiu vi - i
cabin was heavily insulated, pres-j riod on Thursdays only. The en-t
surizea ana aeiacnaoie. (mecruii wuisea auu wvvu-
Dynamite vs. Friendship Spells South's Reaction To Integration Efforts
Negro Girls 'Having Wonderful time'
In North Carolina Woman's College
and all of the girls have iust been
natural to me. Thev haven't heen
overly kind or anything. Just nat natural
ural natural and no one has snubbed us."
What about hte scholastic re-
qmrementsT .; ,y...
Negro Community In Tennessee Dynamited
As Threat To Parents; Of Integrated Kids
, CLINTON, Tenn., Sept. 28 (UP)
Officers today called an explo-l
sum that rocked this town s Negro
community an effort to intimidate
parents who send their children to
integrated Clinton High SchooL :
Sheriffs Glad Woodward ex ex-nrM
nrM ex-nrM fpara that th blast, which
They gave all of us placementi caused little damage, was pars of
tesU and I guess I- passed, them n "conUnuing series" of anti anti-all.
all. anti-all. I know in English if you don't! Negto incidents that reached a
pass they put you ;to remedial climax in rioUng less than a
Engbsh. I escaped that. month ago. 1
will oe tougn, I know. But The -explosion, believed set off
I intend to work hard and I be-by dynamite packed in two beer
DVh Ln S"k.e l ?U "li!1- 'cans tore a six-inch hole, last
f.Shtw P .rt.'rdJ!.te Vi?A wghi in the ground of a vacant
?C&l0L 'r,d.m nd?;lol and shattered a window In one
A window was shattered in the, defend his home." He was charged
house of Soerling Weaver a rail
road employe. The explosion show showered
ered showered dirt and debris on the homes
of Ronald Hayden and the Rev.
O. W, Willis. Hayden's son Ronnie
is a student at 'Clinton High
Officers said the "blast blew a
fence post 40 feet and rattled win
dows throughout this city. of 4,000
population. Allen was going: to the
site of the explosion to Investigate
wnen officers picked Jura up
Arnett said Allen apparently
had "some idea of being ready -to
GREENSBORO. 1 N.' C. fUPV
Elizabeth Jo Ann Smart the first
Negro to break the race barrier
at North Carolina Woman s col
lege here today said "everybody
haa treated me so nice, t .1 have
made some very good friends' in
hes first week on the campus.
The 17-yeah-old Raleigh student
lives in Shaw Hall with her Negro
roommate, Mrs. Betty Ann Davis!
Tillman, 19, of wadesDoro, N., t;
and 73 white girw. v--
She and Mrs. Tillman are the
first Neeroes to attend Woman's
College, third Drancn or tne coin
solidated University of North Car-I
ollna to be integrated.
"I am so glad I made the de-
cis'on to attend woman's Col
lege," she said. "Everything is
so nice and everybody has treated
me and Betty Ann so well.
"It was a wonderful first week
and I am having a wonderful!
time." ? : ':
The girls in Shaw Hall have
made her "feel at home." ;
"After study hall a group of us a leadershii
an intn the recreation room and Urs. Tillman erariimtiwl
nlav the Diano and sine and talkJthe Anson County Trainine Schoof, The father of one of the Negro
Or when it's time to eat I run' in May. She was salutatorian of pupils enrolled at the school was "tainted" by wire tannine.
upstairs to get some of the girls her class and elected the "most arrested shortly after the blast! He granted the dismissal on
or they come down, and get me likely to succeed." Her husband and charged with carrying t motion -of Costello'a attorney
and we all walk over to the dining is in the Navy assigned to the weapon... He was identified as i "without prejudice to relnstltu
hall together," she said. -. (USS Los Angeles, at San Fran- Herbert Allen, about 40, the father) ti on of action by the govern'
"There is do segregation here, cisca, (of Ann Allen, a junior. 'ment,
social worx,. and' also to get a
teaching certificate. Mrs. Till
man is taking courses in political!
Jo Ann, whose father is a chauf chauffeur;
feur; chauffeur; graduated from the J. W.
Ligon school in Raleigh June 2.
She, was president of. her class.
eiAtlvrek an thaa Unmam alrAwa Jl
America, the Y-Teens and was f datwB,M Chief Deput SherUf Rob Rob-cheerleader.
cheerleader. Rob-cheerleader. She also was a mem- ert Arnett said. The explosion
ber of the National Honor Society,! "cu!,J have poea
ship organization. jtnrown into someDoays, troni
riilman graduated from yard."
Woodward said he believed the
explosion was intended to "throw
a frigbf into Negroes. Officers
have reported stepped-up meetings
of pro-segregation groups in the
It looks like a case of intimi
with carrvine a .38 cistol and re
leased under -250 bond, Arnett
said. ...... .."."..''' i .'-.
Twelve : Nexrd children vwho
were admitted to the school. Aug,
27 under a federal court Integra-
t'on order showed up for classes
today.- -y ". x'-
Their attendance sparked unruiy
demonstrations ana mon acuvuj
that had to be q u e 1 1 e d oy
Of Fronk Costello
NEW YORK, Sept.. 28 (UP)
aerai Judge Edmund I Pal Palmier!
mier! Palmier! today dismissed a govern
ment denaturalization action a
gainst gambler Frank Costello.
Palmierl said too much of the
government's evidence was
The plane. a' DC4,. had taken
off from Santa Crux, in south southeastern
eastern southeastern Bolivia, for La Pax.
Most of the prisoners on board
were members of the Socialist
Falanage party, which the Boliv Bolivian
ian Bolivian government accuses of start
uig last weekend's hunger riots
in La Pas. The official newspaper
La Nacion and radio ; Illimani
station .were burned and -wrecked
during the outbreaks.
The prisoners .asKea.. Argentine
authorities for political asylum.
A retired army colonel among
the prisoners bad smuggled a p'-
tel. aDOara. tie aiununi
maclrmegun-armed guard while
two of his companions- held the
two other guards.
Saul Pinto Landivar, a commer commercial
cial commercial pilot, among the prisoners,
took over the controls and fiew
live pane to this northwestern
Argentine city where he landed.
we couia not so oai-k w
Tenaeee. on.Guardsuica p .1
SCUIr 1U tlj IU.'. 'IIIU .v.ii-'tiw
during the Labor Day weekend.- i
A iieadwaiter at a restaurant in
nearby Oak Ridge, Allen is con considered
sidered considered to be of good reputation.
His dauEhter. 14-year-old Jo Ann,
and a, white classmate appeared
on a television panel, snow sunaay
at : Washmeton with u.s, Aity.
Gen. Herbert Brownell Jr.' Jo Ann
is vice president of her homeroom.
CoL. Andres Salcedo Lanza, whose
smuggled pistol led to the group's
"We- are desperate,"'he added.
"We were -ready to try. anything
ar.d luck was .with us. ;
Toeing the Cure
vwvrvn.T.F... Tenn. Scot.,' 28
B. Baker, arresiea
, Mpunwhiln at Mobile. Ala., city mo 5tilU Tt. Baker.
Dnlire and state' fire marshel ?nr hnnrrfine 6f balf-Ballon Jars
studied the apparent arsouiAS 0f moonshine In ber home, told po-
tumuis of a Negro s nome in a uee she thougnt it was me cme
white neighborhood. The home oi used by one of ner ooaraera,
Booker T. Gulley 37, was aam
aged last nisht after the Negro
and his family had left the house
because three shotgun blasts were
fired intn it early in the day.
Patrolman H. C. Jones said he
found a container that "appar
ently bad contained kerosene" .un .under
der .under the house, v
EAST LOS ANGLES, Calif. Sfpt
v-28 (UP) Dogcatcher Donald
Baird reported that he was bitten
by a woman as ha attempted M
impound her dog,