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PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 195S
Background Music: It Is No Secret
No Panama Secret
WASHINGTON, Oct. 13 (UP) K turns out that
what't secret on Capitol Hill about Congrwaman (junkating
on-tho-cuff is not so secret in Panama.
Let's go back just a little.
Names of Congressional free-ridera on the fancy
cruise ships of the publicly-owned Panama Canal Co. have
been zealously guarded here.
Reporters demanding a run-down on poesible legis legislative
lative legislative free-loading in the Caribbean have been sternly
denied information. Everything was confidential.
Marine Corporal Guilty In Slugging Hearing;
New Troubles Appear As Mother Cries Murde
On Thursday newsmen re requested
quested requested and got assistance
from President! Eisenhower in
trying to unlock th secrete ol
the company's Congressional
Today the company's board of
directors was meeting to consid consider
er consider lifting the over long-hanging
curtain ol secrecy.
So now comes word from Pan Panama:
ama: Panama: Passenger list en the Pan Panama
ama Panama Line's departure and ar arrivals
rivals arrivals at Cristobal are, and
have been, handed eat there
by the company twice weekly.
Congressmen's names are in included:
cluded: included: What's more, the papers
down there always print 'em.
Now it remained to be seen
what policy finally would pre prevail.
vail. prevail. Meantime demands contin
ued for full publication of the
Herbert Brucker, editor oi we
Hartford, Conn., courant and
chairman of the Freedom of In Information
formation Information Committee of the
American Society of Newspaper
Editors, yesterday wired compa company
ny company officials:
"Congress need not be asham ashamed
ed ashamed of free or subsidized travel. It
is often Justified in the public
Interest. It Is not the fact of
travel that is evil. It is the fact
"This concerns public money.
All the more reason why a gov government
ernment government line should emulate the
private companies, which regu regularly
larly regularly publish passenger lists. To
continue secrecy will confirm in
the public mind suspicion that
PARRIS, ISLAND, S.C., Oct. tt
(UP) A Marine court martial
convicted a supply corporal to today
day today of simple assault on a recruit
who neglected to say "Sir. He
was sentenced to two months im
prisonment at hard labor with re reduction
duction reduction in rank to private first
The court, deliberated only SS
Bille had little to say after hear- He had been in the Marine Corps
ing the sentence imposed upon
"Well, what can I say" was
his only comment.
'Killed My ley'
Even ss Bille was convicted in
a second mistreatment case at
this publicised "boot camp'' with within
in within recent months, a Miami, Fla.,
minutes before bringing in the! mother asserted the Marine Corps
verdict against Col. Richard J
Bille, 21, of Erie, Pa; but it found
him innocent of maltreatment in
connection with the Incident.
Bille was sentenced after a
second deliberation to two months
forfeiture of $65 monthly for two
months and reduced in rank.
The court deliberated the sen sentence
tence sentence for only 40 minutes.
Bille was charged with slugging
Pvt. Donald Hamisfar, 20, of Nor Nor-walk,
walk, Nor-walk, Ohio, Aug. 23, because Ha Hamisfar
misfar Hamisfar failed to say "Sir" when
addressing the corporal.
Hamisfar was hospitalised the
day after the alleged attack for a
It started off like any other
routine 11-7 ajn. night ahlft for
Canal Zone policeman James
Stork Winner In Race With Zone Polite;
Off iter Acts Again As Backseat Midwife
dove ti we ear w neiD m m,
"Wnen ine kih gave
lusty bellows, I knew every everything
thing everything was okay," Marchak anya
with a smile, although he ad admits
mits admits being a little worried,
fh nm Francis hsbv ft boy,
will join aeven other sisters and
brothers in La Boca. He hunt
been named as yet.
This wasn't Marchuk's first
eperlence as a substitute mid midwife.
wife. midwife. The veteran cop has de delivered
livered delivered several babies on the
CZ motor launch, as well as on
the back seat of his patrol car.
But he is still being queasy a a-bout
bout a-bout picking up additional, un unexpected
expected unexpected passengers this way,
no matter how small they are.
"I'd rather avoid it If pos possible,"
sible," possible," he adds with a smile, 'of
course they oont aiways ass.
But around 4:49 this morning,
when most Zonlani are just
rolling over for another few
hours of sleep, an urgent mes mes-attg
attg mes-attg reached the cop.
The call concerned a woman
in labor who was walking along
La Boca Road, in need of help.
Marchuk hurried his radio
patrol car to the area in front
of the JWB-USO and quickly
picked up Mrs. Ivy Francis,
whose husband Frank, of La Bo Boca,
ca, Boca, had summoned the aid.
Outwardly ealm, the stalwart
policeman harried the pair in into
to into the hack eeat and took off
for Gorgas Hospital. Today, he
says he made a harried esti estimate
mate estimate and figured they had had-about
about had-about 30 seconds to make It
to the hospital.
As the police car reached the
front door of the maternity
clinic the baby made its first
Bigamy Jury Hung
On Rice Of Farmer
"killed my boy" at Parris Island
She made the accusation when
notified that her son, Pvt. Thomas
L. Dillard. jr., IS, Negro, col
lapsed and died at the recruit
Dillard collapsed while under
gome "routine pnysical exer
cises with his platoon. Tne Marine
Corns at first ssid desth was
caused by a heart attack, but to
day, a medical report said an
area of dead cells "in the region
of vital centers" was found in the
This apparently was the cause
of death but the Marine Corps
said the "area of brain necrosis
appeared the result of
The medical report said Dillard
recently had a "mild" attack of
virus pneumonia but there was
'no evidence" of any relationship
between the sickness and the
youth's death. After two weeks in
the hospital, Dillard was returned
to full duty Oct. 3
Three privates who were mem members
bers members of Harnisfar's recruit platoon
testified at Bille's court martial
that they aaw the former supply
corporal slug Hamisfar but were
not close enough to hear the con
versation between the two men.
Hamisfar testified Bille hit him
In the stomach because he "didn't
have sense enough to say Sir" to
College To Admit
MACON, 6a. Oct. 13 (UP) -Wesley
College trustees elepted
six new members aS a meeting
yestertday and voted to admit
male students to the libral arts
school oldst women's college in
President B. Joseph Martin said
Wesleyan would continue as a
"basically woman's school" but
would admit men ss day students
working toward libera) arts de degrees.
grees. degrees. Men have been admitted on
this basis for years ss the fine
Trustees asmed were William
A. Fielding aad Reginald Trice,
Macon: The Rev. M. C. Cleve Cleveland,
land, Cleveland, Tampa, Fla.; Col. Robert
Edward Knox. Thomson; The
Bev. 3. Frederick Wilson, Albsny,
and Col. T. David Ellis, Holly-
With Heart Attack
CONCORD, N.C. Oct. 13 (UP)
A superior court jury attempted
again to reach a verdict in the
bieamv trial of a tan-skinned,
blue-eyed farmed who married
three women two of mem Ne
The Cabarrus County jury de deliberated
liberated deliberated mere thaa seven hours
Thursday without reaching a w-
riirt in the trial of Ira L. Wright,
35. Wright's first trial this sum
mer ended in a mistrial warn a
hnry could not decide whether he
is white or a Negro.
Judge L. Richardson Preyer
ruled Thursday that Wngbt is a
Negro "by virtue of having mar
ried two negro women, anenaeo
a Negro church and lived as a
In his charge, Preyer told the
all-white jury to ignore the ques question
tion question of race and to determine only
whether Wright had married the'
two Negro women bigamously.
Wright claims he is white snd
s ruling to that effect would have
eliminated the bigamy charge by
invalidating his two marriages to
the Nee women. North Carolina
does not recognize inter -racial
Prever's ruling eliminated big
amy charges pending againit
Mrs. Mary Belle Torrance Jul
lard Wrieht's white thud wife
The state claims she married.
Wright without divorcing her nrst
Nevertheless, a spokesman ssid,
further studies of the brain tissues
would be msde. Such studies
might take several weeks, he said.
At Miami, Mrs. Thomas Dillard
ssid she received a letter from
her son Saturday saying he was
in the hospital with pneumonia.
A retired Panama Canal em
ploye who Buffered a heart at attack
tack attack yesterday was "resting com
fortably" today at Gorges Has
Officials said the condition of
Harry T. Hart, 80-year-old A
merlcan was "not serious."
Hart, a Gamboa resident, Was
stricken yesterday morning. A
Gamboa Dispensary doctor
and two firemen responded to
the emergency call and the pa patient
tient patient was transferred in an am ambulance
bulance ambulance to Gorgas.
Monday At Paraiso
The Paraiso eivil defense vol volunteer
unteer volunteer corps vM meet on Mon Monday
day Monday at 7:S0 p.m., at the Paraiso
All members of the townsite's
volunteer corps are urged to at-
Sd as there wijj be plant made
the jackpot exercise to be
held on Oct. 17.
The general public is also invited.
Rainbow Off Nds
Sel For Gala Nov. 3
An ovtantlve program for the
children of the community on the
AooMinn it the observance of
Pinimi'i Independence D t y,
November 3. is being planned at
Rainbow City in the Canal Zone
and the Rainbow City Welfare
Group comprised of officers and
members of the Silver Heights
Square Dance Club, it was an
Activities for the dsy hsve bee
olanned ofr children from the
kindersarten to third grade age
trntin and additional events ior-
children of other ages will be add
ed to the program as funds
come available. The Welf
firnnn it distributing circulars
residents of the Rainbow City
stating the need for financial sup
port and sll Interested persons
are Invited to make contributions
toward making possible a pro program
gram program of even wider scope.
The program far November
1 will include trolley ear rides
for the kiddies and refroarowpntt,
nd eh November 4 there will be
free movies at the Camp Bleed
S.rvic. Center for Rainbow City
children of all school saos.
The Rainbow City Children Wel
fare Group, composed Of officers
and members oi me silver
Heirhts Souare Dance Club: has
been given the support of the Rain Rain-bow
bow Rain-bow City Civic Council in acquir
ing needed facilities tor me pro-
Sam. Lenney Ploughwright is
immittee Chairman for the
project and active workers ia pre
paring for tne event wciuoe atos
es Raymond Calvin Gittens. Mrs
Sylvia Ploughwright, Mrs. Cmdya
PhiUios. Edna Gittens, A 1 via
Yard. Alfred Smith. Martin Mc
Nauahton. A. Cooper, Aubrey
Reefer. Percival Archer, John
Mathews, snd Felix Jeanmarie.
one of the privates, Ellsworth
Morgan, said he also saw Bille
"shove" other members pf the
platoon while the men were being
issued equipment. Pvts. Theodore
L. McGinn and Edward L. Sickin Sickin-ger
ger Sickin-ger said they, along with Morgan,
natural; saw mile time namisiar.
sine lesmieo uiai nc wuveu
Hamisfar because the private ig
nored an order to stop standing on
a new haversack he had just been
issued. But the corporal denied us using
ing using his fists.
Dr. Calvin Wallace, attached to
the Beaufort. S. C, Naval Hot Hot-nital.
nital. Hot-nital. testified he examined Ham
isfar and helped perform the ab
WalUace said a blow could have
caused the hernia only if the ab abdominal
dominal abdominal walla were already weak.
Medical statements prior to the
trial aaid Hamisfar Was born with
s wcaknestoftbe abdominal
Bille's trial began just five days
after former Sgt. Matthew C.
McKeon entered the Parris Island
brig to complete service of hit
sentence in connection with the
April s "death march" that
drowned tix Marine recruits.
FBI Nab Writer
Letters To Marin
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 13
TOP) Armindo Didot Corres,
35, a Puerto Rican, was in cus
tody toaay on cnarges ui wiii"is
two letters threatening the life
Of Gov. Luis Muftoz Marin of
Puerto Blco ana nis w1IB-
tot oents taid Corres, a ho
tel nantrv worker and father of
four cniiaren, was iinnca w ic
alleged threats through hand handwriting
writing handwriting analysis. He denied the
charges at a nearing yesieruay
before U.S. commissioner Henry
P. Carr, who ordered the suspect
held tn $5,000 bail for a further
According to the FBI, the
first letter threatened that
lb writer wat '.'coming back"
to Puerto Rico to kill the Gov Governor.
ernor. Governor. The second death
threat, agents taid, was signed
with the name of three of
Corres' neighbors. All three
were cleared by nanawrmng
There II Be No Kidnapping Of Little Tanya,
Say British; Father, Daughter Are Detained
Poznan Trial Ends
With Eight Guilty
POZNAN, Poland Oct. 13, (UP)
The Poznan district court today
sentenced three men to six year
prison terms' for attacking t h e
public security office during the
June 28 anti-Communist uprising.
Two others among the nine men
n trial were acquitted and a
third drew a suspended sentence.
The ether three were sentenced to
three yean, 30 months and 11
Urbanek, stanislaw Ja-
and Kudwik Wieribieki
were sentenced to Sis years each
for armed assault. Last Monday
three mis apposed Of murdering
a police corporal during the riots
were given terms of four to 4V4
Today's trial was the second
completed among four that have
beer, started as a result of the
LONDON, Oct. 13 (UP) -British
immigration officials took turn turnabout
about turnabout Russian refugee Akexei
Chwastov and hit crying American-born
daughter from a Soviet
ship SO minutes before sailing time
The immigration agents acted
under a Bntish court order ob obtained
tained obtained by the child's American
other, who charged her two-year'
old daughter was being kidnaped
and taken to Russia.
The court order, obtained in the
name of the mother, Mrs. Elena
Diaezok, of Detroit, made Chwas
tov J daughter, Tanya, a "ward
of the court." The order prohibi prohibited
ted prohibited her departure for Russia un until
til until the case it settled.
Mrs. Diaezok, who bore the
child in Philadelphia while living
with Chwastov, hat been support
ed oy several U.S. Congressmen
in her charge that the baby was
Technically, Chwastov aad Tan Tanya
ya Tanya were on Soviet territory aboard
the luxurious liner The Vyaches-
iav Molotov. But on the advice of
ship when faeed with the court
He looked glum at he came
down the gangplank win Tanya,
crying and frightened a his
A pea-green limousine from the
Soviet Embassy picked them up,
and it wat believed they would
stay at the Embassy pending set settlement
tlement settlement of the cste.
They left the ship st 5:05 p.m.
At 5:15. The Molotov tailed. A-
board was Soviet discus thrower
Nina Ponomareva, who had .just
been found guilty by a British
iudae of aheoliftini five halt but
had been treed on payment of SO
in court costs.
The emergency court order wss
served on Chwastov at the request
of two attorneys hired esuy mis
moraine bv the Church World
Service, a refugee orgaiuzaffttfts
Mrs. Diaezok had oven CWS
her power of attorney,
it was a race aaainst time
Within two hours, th: court order
had been issued and served. But
rhtro alto was a side issue oi m
Soviet officials Chwastov left tke'alemacy involved, since the Molo
tov technically was Russian terri
torv even though docked in Lon
"The Russisns decided to play
ball." one official said.
Chwastov and Tanya apparent
ly had been spirited aboard the
Molotov early from the Soviet
Embassy where they had b
staying. Newsmen waiting at the
dock tince morning did not tee
In Detroit, Mrs. said the turn
of events "makes me feel wonder
"This is what I've been praying
for. die taid.
Mrs. Diaezok. 26, ssid Tanya
had been taken aboard witoout oer
Meanwhile, United States agen
ciet were investigating the meth
od by wnkh Chwastov left New
York aboard the Queen Mary last
The Senate Internal Security sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee scheduled hearings Oct.
22 to determine "the role played
b" Soviet officials" in the case.
LONDON, Oct IS (UP)
Search planes today sighted two
life rafts, believed (to be from a
UB. Air Force transport missing
with 59 persons aboard, but
found no trace of survivors.
A search of the scene, about
100 miles northwest of La Co Corona,
rona, Corona, Spain, contradicted re reports
ports reports that a man was on one
of the rafts.
The planet reported "no sign
of life" on either raft.
The firtt raft was sighted 98
miles northwest of La Coruna
by a U.S. C-5 search plane from
Prestwick, Scotland, command commanded
ed commanded by Capt. James A. Watkins,
of Madisonville, Tex.
A British search plane sighted
the second raft 20 miles away a
few minutes later.
Fog and clouds began to close
In shortly after the rafts were
sighted, and by noon the "ceil "ceiling"
ing" "ceiling" was as low a 100 feet in
some parts of the search srea.
One raft was partially inflat inflated.
ed. inflated. The other was deflated.
US Sues Russia
For Downed Plane
WASHINGTON, Oct. 13 (UP) -The
United States demanded today
that Russia pay ,f.U5MM. dam-
aies for deSStrt, ffsn Amen
can over the Sea of Japan more
than two vears aeo.
The demand was submitted to
the Soviets in Moscow by the
American embassy there.
The United Slates and Russia
have been arguing over responsi
bility for the incident even since
the plane a wavy rzv nepiune
wat destroyed on Sept. 4, 1954,
while on a routine mission Over
The United States claims that
at leatt two Soviet fighters, "with "without
out "without any prior warning," attacked
the Navy plane from the rear, us using
ing using the tun as a shield.
The Soviet fighters, it said, con continued
tinued continued the attack even though the
Neptune went into a steep dive in
an effort to reach cloud cover.
Fire broke out in the plane's left
wing and it was forced to make
a crash landing.
Ten Americans were board the
downed plane. Nine turvived but
Ens, Roger H. Reid was trapped
in the fuselage and wat killed.
Jingle In Jungle
From US Coconuts
Even the boys in the jungle get
paid on otv days thanks to a new
"nav in the field" service insugu
rated bv the USARCARIB Fi
Capt. W. H. Griffin Jr., chief of
the examining division. Finance
It Accounting, USARCARIB, flew
the September payroll to men of
the tecond battalion. 20th Infan
try, who are in the field as part
of their yearly training program.
He distributed the money to the
various commanders, picked up
the turnbacks and soldiers depot
its and flew them back.
NEW YORK, Oct. 13 (UP) President Eisenhowtr
told the nation last night that what he wants most for
his 66th birthday present Sunday is for all Americans to
dedicate themselves to peace.
Adlai E. Stevenson dedicated his campaign to re
newing his attack on President Eisenhower on the prob problem
lem problem of atomic weapons.
He criticized Mr. Eisenhower for saying at his news
conference earlier this week that everything humanely
possible is being done on international control of atomic
weapons and that it would be his "last word" on the sub subject.
ject. subject. Stevenson snapped up the phraseology and said:
"When the President is silent, millions despair."
Vice President Richard M. Nixon canvassed the farm
belt in his vote-seeking campaign.
Nixon prepared a new blast at
Stevenson at hit barnstorming
chartered plane beaded for Alex Alexandria,
andria, Alexandria, Minn.
His staff ssid the speech would
contrast Stevenson's leadership
qualities with those of President
He will slto answer re
charges against the
tn ijd Hy Use w
idential nominee and
Democratic Vice Presidential
candidate Estes Kefauver called i
temporary halt to his campaign to
day because of a cold, but plataed
to resume activity next wees:.
In a statement made public in
stead of a speech that was to have
been given in Mayneld, Ky., Ke
fauver attacked the admlmttra admlmttra-tloii's
tloii's admlmttra-tloii's policies on the Tennettee
Valley Authority. He e tiled it
"laughable' and claimed Nixon
now pretends to be a friend of the
Kefauver also accused Presi President
dent President Eisenhower of a "breech of
faith" with the Tennessee Vol Volley.
ley. Volley. He said the President called
TVA "creeping socialism'' and
directed negotiation of the Dixon-Yates
power contract offer
promising to keep TVA at max-
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Imum efficiency tn 1W7.
Mr. Eisenhower defended Re Republican
publican Republican policies at a televised
"press conference" before express expressing
ing expressing bit birthday with for the ded dedication
ication dedication of peace.
He taid progress for settlement
of the Suez crisis wst "most grati gratifying.
fying. gratifying. and it looks like here is
s very great crisis that ia hahinrf
He ssid Nixon "has matured ra
pidly" and believes "in the kind of
program that we have placed be before
fore before the legislature as representa representative
tive representative of this administration's best
efforts to better America."
Mr. Eisenhower criticised
Democratic charges agsinot
"big botinett" by saying a gee' t
moot worker "or anybody ohm;,
it just as important to me as a a-ny
ny a-ny millionaire that ever waHtaV
Stevenson, msking his way to toward
ward toward Chicago, said he wst con convinced
vinced convinced that most Americans are
concerned about the need "to
make the hydrogen bomb."
"I tav there can be no last word
on this fateful subject until man
kind is rid of the menace of incut
ceration." He said. There must be
"obligations of leadership to be tne
human race as well at the nation."
Isthmian Democrats Slap'
GOP little Man' Cracks
The Territorial committee for pened to the Administratien'a
the canal Zone points out that
the Democratic Party is for the
people in the lower and lowest
income bracxeis in a release la la-sued
sued la-sued today. The release taya:
"Boith President lisennower
and Vice President Nixon have
scored senator Kefauver for re
ferring recently to tne minions
of 'Americans who have been
neglected by the present admin administration,
istration, administration, as 'little fellows.'
"Their contention is that
there was something insulting,
in the term 'little fellow,' to
people who do not own 1956
Cadillacs and are not Invited
to the secret breakfasts at the
Wtiite House for mlllonaires.
They seem to think ttiat 'little
fellow' it a synonym for peas peasant,
ant, peasant, serf or servant. Now, who
started this 'little fellow' busi business?
ness? business? "In a cabinet meeting Nov.
12, 1953, that was secret until
the minutes were made availa available
ble available to a Republican newspaper
correspondent to write a cam campaign
paign campaign book, president Elsenhow Elsenhower
er Elsenhower used the term 'little fellow' in
the same sense that it was used
determination to look out for the
needs of the 'little fellow."
The committee's statement went
"Only two months later Pres President
ident President Eisenhower proposed tsx
cuts which would split the 'tax
reduction dollar' three ways, so
"1. The big corporations would
get 64 cents.
"2. Families earning more
than $5,000 a year would get JO
"3. Eighty per cent of the tax
payers in the group under $6000
a year would get six cents.
"It is the people tn the third
category wiie are ealled Irttle
fellows' and no amount of Re Re-nuMican
nuMican Re-nuMican campaign propagan
da can make them big- The
Republicans also have a deri derisive
sive derisive term, 'do gooders,' for the
people who are for the little
If you want to help the rich
get richer, the release says, send
your contributions to the Repub Republican
lican Republican National committee. But,
if you want to help the Little
Fellow, send them to David Ro-
by Senator Kefauver. Here is pies Box 124, Ancon, Canal
ENTIRE SCHOOL HELD FOR RNSOM Using a woman
teacher as a thield, one of two criminally Insane brother
holding an eniire -school hostage shouts a ransom demand to
police at Terrai&ano, Italy. The two men, Arthuro and Osval Osval-do
do Osval-do Santato, threatened to massacre tne school children unless
tbey were paid $320,000. Police charged the school under a
hall of bullets and rescued the 100 children and teachers. The
two men were captured.
Zone, or the Democratic Nation Nation-al
al Nation-al Committee, 1001 Connecticut
Ave. N.W., Washington 6, D.C."
4 Tommies Dead
In Train Wreck
LONGMOOR, England, Oct. IS.
-(UP) Two military trains col collided
lided collided head on near,here today op
. ttr.irh nf Irark Used tn train
tired, the President said, of the j soldiers in rtiiwty operation At
claims of the Democrats about east four soldiers were killed
being for the little fellow.' Mi io injured.
Of course, the committee I one train was a freight. The
statement continues, there was j other was carrying military pas pas-nothing
nothing pas-nothing wrong about ''little f el-, tengert.
low" when President Bsenhow-I First reports indicated all el
er said it. But something nap- the victims were British.
the Quotation from the minutes
of the cabinet meeting:
"'The President Mid the
next State of the Union Message
would show clearly the Admin Administration's
istration's Administration's determination to look
out for the needs of the little
fellow and those in. distress.
(Mind you that was three years
before Senator Kefauver used
it he term). He was tick and
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-v.,, (,.,u. m rhmnci s anH Ki are for CFN. which has; off his staff for the duration and
to remain on frequency in
cue it is nut off the air same
I can buy a radio which brings advertisers from Italy, Ger Germany,
many, Germany, England, U.S.A or any other place I want to listen to,
and if I like the product that is advertised I buy It. So oy
the reasoning being applied to the TV station, why isn't a pro protest
test protest being mad against all of the other stations whose waves
The TV station gives the U.S. citizen in a foreign eountry
a small reminder that there is a U.S. and this Is being allowed
all over the world through courtesy. Witness the. snowing of
the World Series.
As for losing any customers in so far as the radio adver advertisers
tisers advertisers are concerned, there are no sum radio advertisers in the
Zone. The radio stations are
respect. By the treaty that there will be no commercial enter-jon.
prises in the Zone if. and that
enterprise in I anama.
At last but not least it was thought that the agreement
could be kept and the project was carried out in good faith.
A lot of people are being supported by a huge injection of new
money and thank God we do have a powerful army which will
not allow us to be subject to outrages such as this cheap chisel
ing and bickering of a minority in power.
A Dam Mad American
BAN ANTONIO BUGLE
That squawk for a sea-level canal has gone about far
enough and it's about time to do something about it. We nave
given Panama all they asked for, ever, to the mall which they
handle better and at a cheaper postage rate than we do. I
thought for years we had the best postage system on eaith,
but its been sliding down for some time, afraid to raise local
rates and .foolish enough to raise foreign letter rates so tilth
its unusable and Instead of gaining, its a total loss.
I got- caught with eight letters to Panama returned for 5
cents more, Good old Panama till sends them to me for S S-cents
cents S-cents and I am acknowledging right here they lost an invita invitation
tion invitation from Mrs. Elliot to the wedding ol her last daughter Han Han-aita
aita Han-aita Oct. 6. already past, so I'm out of date again.
Let's drop bac and start that se.i-level canal. I did have
the survey" mcde by Mark Tenny for the UJ8. started work at
Panama, but "Teddy" said Panama or nothing. Somoza is gone
but wa are on iood terrnk with hi ion. My half -hour in Mu Mu-nagua
nagua Mu-nagua in l45 aidn t give' me mucJUjme. although I noUced
the peopil veie very Inmdsfifcppf plebtV of EngU
T The elect! ou gets hi
in our house haven't changed to Ike again can't stand
Steve nor Keef and this time it's a fight, but Ike will win
though with a Democratic Congress. Let's link up the highway
so wi can drive through, shake hands, and call it a day.
To Sadeye Sam, Ph.D.
Indeed, the ways of men and mules are strange;
All differ by a predetermined fate.
While you like cattle gentle on the range,
I like my cattle tender on the plate.
If you should challenge me in learned debate,
"Twixt man and cow, which do yt,u hold more dear?"
I'd close my eyes and wisely meditate,
And vote for beer.
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By VICTOR RII5IL
Angry political leaden are peek peeking
ing peeking into each others pockets right
now to discover how much the
other side is spending on the cam campaignand
paignand campaignand to denounce each oth other
er other fox having the nosey to spend.
Point is that every presiden presidential
tial presidential year the political treasurers
on all sides spend about $140,000..
000 In cash and that's just a mail
part of what it costs to elect your
Irritated Republicans are charg charging
ing charging that labor is pouring millions
into the Democratic campaign-
ana waiter Keutner cooly retorts
that his union just about matches
the expenditures of four million millionaire
aire millionaire families.
Both sides are right. And neither
side is ever going to estimate the
high cost of politickug especially
'not the cost of labor's campaign.
"fjl"? t0 ? AFL-CIO national
How can you put money value
on the 600 special canvassers
which the New York Hatters Un Union
ion Union has swung into the field to
Ting door bells? Or how much
does it cost for the men's clothing
workers to put' two-man teams teams-one
one teams-one speaking English, the other
Spanish into the shops at noon
time to urge workers to register
and vote and to hand out sample
literacy tests to Puerto Rican
workers? what's the tab on other
such teams who are aoine into
timtoy a day to enthuse
voters into the oolline niaees?
Trouble is that everybody wants
to count the big money spent.
There is Sen. Carl Curtis, who is
allergic to labor's political activ activity.
ity. activity. He comes up with what sounds
like an authentic figure on labor's
total radio and TV broadcasts
Curtis reports that there are be
tween 1,500 and 2,0000 union spen
sored airwave shows a week.
Judging from what I've just ob
served in a swing around the
Eastern circle, that's about rurht,
traded with every radio station
in the state making several an
nouncements daily during? reais
tration week. Starting this week
uie nrst or four state-wide TV
shows will be aired.
This goes on in almost everv
state in which there is a bit cen
tral AFL or CIO council. Certainly
most ot the 35 Democratic party
state labor committees sponsor
But these are hist a small nart
of labor's campaign. The real
drive, which will make or break
the Democratic candidates, is
maae up of less dramatic, but in
cost of which
com u wiucn no one can esiuna
ample, has a giant mobile politi-
cal headquarters in the field, in
IL. 1. L.... L.I.W
t j a:
ioc snspc wi a Huge iriucr iroiai ..,.t.i ., .,ivij
rumbles., into commumt, .Jhrlfi Vk" VJ
community in advance of the
Democratic part's candidates
threuehout New York.
In Waterloo, Iowa, the labor
council runt a contest, picking out
winners at $1000 a threw. To qual qualify,
ify, qualify, each winner muut have regis registered
tered registered and voted. If your spouse
voted too, and you win, you get
an additional $50
When I was out in Milwaukee
last week, the Wisconsin labor
people had rented the big South
Side Armory for a "non-partisan"
debate between Philleo Nash,
chairman of the tsate Democratic
party, and Philip Kuehn, hit Re
publican counterpart. When the
GOP chief arrived he found the
nlace decorated with signs attack
ing Eisenhower and Nixon add
wryly observed that neutrality
was not exactly exuding from
The audience finally voted 1M
to 3 against President Eisenhower
This was. ef course, labor's priv
ilege. But it was more a campaign
really than a debate and any cost
accountant would have charged it
off to the Stevenson campaign.
In Washington, en Oct. 5, Dem
ocratic party's Advisory Commit
tee on Labor met and heard mat
some of its union affiliates had
spent some time and some money
on polls conducted by either out outside
side outside opinion takers or their own
people. The polls showed heavy
support for Adlai Stevenson, ac
cording to word irom ue meeiing
There are a thousand such inci
dents each day. They match, on
the other side, contributions by
business of "hotel suites, air-
nlanea and even stamp machines'
to political candidates.
The point is no one can count
the actual cost ef these indirect
expenditures. Industry spends
heavily. Aad mere and mere
the contenders are evenly matcned.
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CENTRAL FALLS, R.I. (UP)
- Edward Eastwood dislikes
roses, aoc the sight of them
rzmbling near the town railroad
station annoyed him. So, en his
way to work each day, Eastwood
would sprinkle a packet of seeds
among the rose. Now, townspeo townspeople
ple townspeople can't see the roses for dah dahlias,
lias, dahlias, petunias, snapdragons, pop poppies
pies poppies and a variety of other flowers.
I have been worrying, seriously,
about the health of our Democrat
ic candidates. The killing pace at
which Adlai Stevenson and Estes
Kefauver have sacrificed them themselves
selves themselves may be all very well aa a
ote-getting device but it is apt to
make a very tired presidential
The truth is that men pass mid
dle age can't operate on whistle-
- : .,.! ii -;
stop program!, lnsuiunx weir in
nards with short-order chow,
sleeping in a strange bed every
night, meeting thousands of peo people
ple people and talking themselves hoarse
without paying a severe toll in
Fatigue il I general stress on
the heart and nervous system, on
the stomach and brain, It pays
off in everything from nervous
breakdowns to nfeeraJB frequent
flus. It is possible to -induce a
complete blackout ffeln fatigue
alone, when a Tittle 4pn spasm
occurs in the skull, knocking you
had ehoDoed vour head off
It would be completely ironic if
Stevenson and Kefauver, neither
in their first youth, should work
so hard to get elected that they
became basket cases in office.
They have made such a point of
Ike's refusal to waste his time in
pure politicking, so much spurious
capital of his golf and fishing, that
they have completely tailed to re-
Dear WW: Can't find your press
pass. Prob'ly lost it That Night
. . Lowell Limpus (Daily News)
Phoned. Said every newspaperman
la nappy aoeu. youkaewnat
Jackie Copeland (Mrs. Robert E
Olson) is in town for a visit with'
the oaby. Just wanted to say
hello. Told her mother (Madelia)
you and DiMag would fly back
from the Hecambo this morning
I think the plane is due at Idle Idle-wild
wild Idle-wild around 11 a.m. . When
we running the Ingrid col'm? .
Doug Leig.. wants to know if
you ve seen his RCA spectac (2nd
largest en Bway ) at 42nd vet? .
Mrs. W. says it is a thrill to see
the 35 ft. high running wordage
from the hotel window First
play of season opens tomorrow
night at Booth. I have your seats
. . Journal-American pub Mr
Berksen aad editor Paul Schoen
stem sent inanxs ier standing bv
photog Lenny Morgan. He's a fit
tie better but he complains ef
pain in ribs aad groin where those
dirty things kept kicking him
when he was dewa.
Miss Kirk phoned. Read her the
wire from Men Werthieraer
(Rene) saying he read vour com
ments and she can start there any
time ... She will take the Wal
dorf's offer for 4 weeks following
her Persian Room smash. She
wants a Bway show more than
anything. I sent telegrams to Joh.
Jed, George, Herman and the
ether showmen. Her record sneaks
for itself. "Allegro" and "Kiss Me
t. . m. .....
i,w. so that's that . The Be.
?rly Hilts Country Club (Coving
. DeuKBO upo-ria a-er-
i Unrl hirtv i mandarin nnllrac
are the talk ef the town. Says she
loves you "but he s seee Bosaeee,
isn't heeeee?" (hmmm, Beeg
Esther Williams enjoyed being
with your bunch at Judy's party
in Nino's new place, Continents
of Palm Beach at 14 E. S3rd St.
. . Lisa's mother says thanksffor
inviting her . Collier's Peter
Maas called. Said Rocky Grasiano
asked him if true Collier's com
ing up with cover piece on new,
program, res, Sara rieirn
Graxiaoo grabbed him hi the I
By I0B RUARK
mint! the public and themselves
that the only way for oM men
to stay healthy, active, and effi effi-cien
cien effi-cien is to pace themselves-to
put back a little of what they
spen in strength.
Elsenhower's past four years
have, according to record, possi
bly contained more useful achieve achievement
ment achievement with less sidebar nonsense
than any regime I can remember
since I was old enough to watch
politics. A great deal of this com competency
petency competency hat been due to his use
of Dick Nixon to lighten his exec
But I would rank his golf, his
grandchildren, his Gettysburg
house, his fly rod and his easel
as valuable executive assistants.
They were parcel to his recovery
from his heart attack, because he
had kept himself, in perpetual
He has nothing ef Stevenson's
physical flabbiness, a condition
which might bear strongly on how
long Stevenson could last in office
er whether he might recover so
strongly from the usual diseases
which attack people who are fcoth
old and overworked.
nobody ever called Truman "a
part-time" President, but it
seems to me he used to take his
sports shirt to Key West every
whipsitch, and he put in consid
erable time with bourbon, the
piano and long walks
He also expended considerable
and said: "Is it for er
against?" . Maas said: "It's
objective!" Rocky said: "No!
Make it like Variety's critic
(Trau) recently wrote er I'll kill
Jack Gould (Times) phoned.'
Said they got busy, couldn't be at
NBC press conf. So I gave Vat
Adams a rundown . Geo. Wood,
the Cloom Man, unhappy ever
your blunt candor about agents.
I told him you just wanted every
teevee writer to know there must
never be any nressure on actors.
actresses or showmen. That yon
are indebted to Tommy Rock
well's office for Mr. Cemo (and
'.so much other help on 1st show
last night) and mat yeu can
not pay Tommy any commish
Against the taw, etc ... I told
Mr. Wood what you told, me:
"When you start to fade en Broad
way booking agents fade first!'
So where am I? Oyez! Grace
Tully phoned from Washington
Sorry can't be at Freedom of the
Press award event m Arlington
Vs.. Oct.- ath. Had to fly to hei
boss in Texas. Sen. Lyndon John
son. Very happy yeu are tint to
receive the plaque ... So are
Int'lNews Service and Mirror. Will
cover . Mutual says you "vio "violated"
lated" "violated" contract going on NBC's
Bert Parks "Bandstand" program
. . I said network asked you to
g on with Garroway's "Today"
show," Hy's, Bert's and Caes.r
programs for the Oct. Fine build
31st 1923 and Sent. 21st 1953.
Shows everyone the first notice he
got in your Vaudeville News col'm
saying he had a new white-hone
- iamed Firpp . The Morocco
bands keep yelling 'Coco-S.c.!'
. . Meaning wot ; I flon I geddlt
run.Kara? ? 9 T..'t
geddlt . ? ... Don't far
get and use the line we had to
cut oiaer aay -with Judy at
the Palace the illumination doesn't
come from electricity. It comes
from Stardust. The Palace now
has its Bright Nights on!" .
Everyone here liked your 3-word
review under Coleman's notice:
'What a Sweetheartist!" ... I
hear you gummed up all the front
row seats by giving celeb tickets
one seated on the left aisle and
the other On the right!
The Presidential postcard poll
valuable effort attacking music
critics, elevating cronies to high
position, and otherwise burning
out his glands. This kind of intern-
perence might have had some
thing to do with his rather alarm
ing lack of recall as manifested of
I would say that Old.Coonskin's
constant campaigning over the
years, whether it was running his
TV crime Snow or bucking for pres presides.,
ides., presides., hits left him no time for
what he was paid to do legisla legislative
tive legislative work as a senator and may
hrve impaired his health.
You can shake just so many
hands before it begins to show on
you.. And airplane slumber, no
matter what they say, is a poor
substitute for a four-poster bed in
your own house.
I do sincerely hope that Steven Stevenson
son Stevenson will not overtax his brain in
the manufacture of cute ouios this
trip, and that he wilt not overtax
his unmuscular physique with too
many barnstorm stops. I hope
Estes will ease up a little bit, and
that Eisenhower will cling to his
original intent not to campaign
heavily at the expense of his work
For no matter who wins it.
want physically sound people in
the White House so they can get
some of the world s work done,
after a reasonably restful week weekend
end weekend of golf, painting, fishing or
playing with the children.
to date based on 35,152 cards: Ike:
31,244 (33.9 per cent); Adlai: 3,387
(10.5 per cent); Misc. 221 (0.6 per
cent). Voters switching to Ike;
140; switching to Adlai; 837
Isn't it wonderful about your three
Fair Ladies Judy Garland's
smash-riot-hit at the Palace; Lisa
Kirk's ditto at the Persian Room
and Roberta Sherwood's Holly
wood welcome by the stars and
studio chiefs at the Mdcambo.
Jaek Warner wants to de the story
of Roberta's life .life mag has her
story on the 15th, four days be before
fore before she stars on your program.
. . Mrs. Abel Green says you
shouldn't put your fingers in your
mouth aad whistle at actors .
Grace says she knows 'you have
gallery manners'" but you are a
big boy and she will tell Abel to
knock your head off next issue
V anety if you keep it up .
Riots Cause Havoc
SINGAPORE, Oct. 13 (UP) -CAnese
students who barrieaded
themselves in their high schools
ye terday in an anti-government
dci lonstration attacked press pho photographers
tographers photographers today and tried to
smash their cameras.
Police said the attacks on the
photographers were the oalv iaci-
dents of violence as seme 8.000
students held their rround at twe
schools. They :aid students guard guarding
ing guarding the gates did not want their
The teenagers and young adults
barricaded themselves in
the school grounds yesterday in e e-pen
pen e-pen defiance ef government at attempts
tempts attempts to break up the student u
nien it claims is a Communist
Agitators held firm control ef
the gates at the Chinese High
School and the Chung Cheng High
School, allowing no one to pass In
or out without written permission
of the student 'secretariat."
The youths remained inside the
schools last night and organized a
strict program of study and rec recreation
reation recreation today, beainninr with re
lights out at 10:30 p
veille at k:30 a.m. and ending with
. rDWW PEARSON
WASHINGTON Sometimes ill The lawyer was Frtiier Baker.
loo.s As if British dip.omats just; Fulton, Mo., at;oniSy v.ho hej
ai-en'i smart. They have at least .defended; some cf the farmers'
two secret weapons up their committees supervising soil con
sleeves with which they could iservation in the past, but which
play rlng-around-a-rosy with the rere ousted utder Benson. Baker
Russians and Egyptians. But they was the chief mmbr of the TV
don't use them. panel who might have been criti-
Here are the two weapon;: cal lo Secretary True Morse. Tht
1. The Montreux Convention, 'others included George Spencer.
through the Darf5ane!lcs to tad!
im w Man om, tuutu uc ur
nounced any time in the next
three weeks. Russia riAPn,t wan;.
inveniauoiialixation of Suex, but
uv nut inierutucjaiiuon oi
the Dardinelles. Hie British could
denounr fk t.hs Mnnli'iv rnn i an
Jion and throw the entire Russian.
atLcnu-uie-Eea position intoiivtiAiu ai voivmoia, Mo., GOP
the diplomatic soup. Publicity Director John Ellinger
2 Th Ttritich mi,M k,.iM ... onV. L'M l' XT.
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feet extra en their dam at Owen1
Call. I. IT .1.
jrn in Nugaoaa on uie upperjinat Aiiorney uaser would oe one
Nile and Shut off nrirlsc irr.Va
tion water to Egypt on the Lower
Nile. Less irrigation water would
" wvpvia ccunuinj
riously out of whack.
flrnam has a treaty with Egypt,
ited 1925. forbidding dams or
Aionl, mm.' .JJ'll.
dated 1929. forbiddin-
projects Hi r j take additional wa water
ter water from the Nile. But since
Colonel Nasser ahnmiiv
the Suez Canal Company without
authority, the British have diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic precedent for operating
against Egypt with equal vigor,
The Nile and its tributary, the
Kagera, flow for 4,037 miles
through Uganda and the Sudan, so
th. British liav consirianh' riv.
er mileage in which to upset the
now 10 Egypt
KUSIA'S CENTURY-OLD GOAL
n.n.i..i.t -1 1
Denunciation nf the Mnntranr
Convention would chiefly harass
n.ussi, now Egypt s chief Backer
in the Suez dispute. The conven convention
tion convention exnlres Nov. 9 195S thnnh
it continues automatically unless
notice is given by one of the
signatories. Britain is a party and
could give such notice.
The Montreux pact gives Russia
and other sitmaloric a- riahl nf
iree access to and from the Black
Sea, which is something the Czars
!U,. arun.u im aumcuiiug uie cars
of Russia wanted to get ev'crj
tin Palar tk. u.. .f
wars of Russia prior to World War
II were fought for the purpose of
getting an outlet to the sea for the
great land-locked mass of Russia
Turkey, oil the other hand he
vigorously opposed giving this
iiec access w missis. As the Suez
Canal runs through Egypt, so the
Dardanelles and th nnennma n,.
through Turkish territory.
Ana. wnen me allies first forced
Turkey to give free access to Rus Russia
sia Russia it Came nhnnt nnf Ha.....
they wanted to help Russia, but
irecauae uie jjnusn fleet wanted
free access o he Black Sea in
Order tn intarvana avaiaai Ik.
Bolshevik government. That was
we ngin ot uie Treaty of Lau Lausanne
sanne Lausanne in 1923. At that time Russia
had no navy, didn't care much
whether she had free access
through the Dardanelles or not.
hnuaiaf el at
had built a navy and demanded in
me iwonireux convention continu continuation
ation continuation of the right given under the
Lausanne Treatv TnHav ni.
has a submarine fleet even great
er man inai ot tne USA and would
scream to high heaven if the
" '-- V1IUVVI,
Foreign Minister Supeilov, who
uvit uppuaca iniornauDOIllzauon
of Sues, would find himself argu arguing
ing arguing just as viflorouslv for infama.
1 tionalization if the Montreux
convention were suspended.
Turkey, meanwhile wnnM lit.
nothinf better than tn raplniira
her former jurisdiction over the
vnai waterway tnat runs through
her territory. Meanwhile neither
Frar.ce nor Britain, yvhieh have
the right to give two years' notice,
have made a move toward ending
this treaty, so important to
TUf MORSI DUCKS
Ezra Benson artino taeeatarv
of agriculture abruptly reneged
00 a television nrosram in Mi.
souri last Week when he learned
that a lawyer who had oppose oppose-Benson's
Benson's oppose-Benson's soil conservation policie:
was going te be on the program.
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two slaunch RepublicM: Georat
.ii. iuiiici rwcyuuucan WHO 13 TUa-
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Morcan MfmlrUr- an I u.
J I'i'.i V-CIl JVAUU
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show was to be filmed on Station
vn w v.. . . C 1 9 CCLOT
Phil Berk, learned to his dismar
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of Morse's auestinner.:
fsext day Baker and Spencer
arrived at the studio and sat cool-
: lug wicu xiccis. jnvrse auu me UVO
I Republican panelists didn't an-
! pear. Morse's schedule had been
i 'rearranged." He couldn't make
1 XI T I J I Il , m.
the TV date, thmiph h Hirl mk
a luncheon at the nearby Daniel
Boone Hotel the same day.
FAN AMERICAN PRESS
While the United Nations anl
the Near East are palpitating over
Suez, a healthy gesture of solidar solidarity
ity solidarity between the United States and
Latin America has been taking
plac in the USA.
A group of Pan America!
editors has been visit ng Washing
! ton and other American cities to
U '.J i 1
exchange ideas on lournali.tm.
free press, and greater coopera cooperation
tion cooperation in the Western hemisphere.
Sponsored by the American
Press Institute, at Pnlumhia TIni.
versity. the editors spent three
weeks in mw York listening to
lectures at the Columbia School of
Journalism, where live-wim TA
Barrett, former assistant secre
tary of state, is now deaa. After
that, they fanned out to work with
viiuua nmciiuau papers.
Jorge Davo Lozano of Excelsior,
Mvi. Piv tn Urf.. 3.
various American papers.
" the Detroit Free Press and the
St. Louis Post Dispatch. Maximo
Gainza Castro, son of the owner
of the famed La Prensa, onco
closed by Peron in Argentina, is
visitin? tile I.nnisville Courier
Journal, the New York Times, and
tne Miami Herald. Jorge L. Mais
tin, editor of El Mundo in Havana,
i visitinff the ProviHenee .Tonrnal
the Boston Traveler, and the
Actually these editors can give
pointers to American news execu executives.
tives. executives. El Mundo in Havana, for
instance, has developed not only
color naees hut ner.'nmerl nitrec.
When El Mundo wants to feature
special perfumery advertising, it
can inject the perfume into its
naffas If has ftlcn parried litlla
packages of pondered coca-cola
... 1 -J A -J . ...
auaciiea w an aa, vogeuier wiui
an aspirin pill attached to the
newspaper as part of an ad.
So the exchange of newspaper
information between the North
and South will net be a one-way
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on a dirty eld wire, er
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SALINAS, Calif., Oct. 13 V9)
Wc John P. Knise, f St Paul,
Minn., faced a life sentence today
for the sex slaying of Anne Shay,
a Connecticut co-ed.
A jury of seven men and five
women found bim guilty of first
degree murder last night but rec recommended
ommended recommended leniency. Under the
recommendation, the 21-year-old
soldier escaped the death penalty.
On the state's charge of rape,
the jury brought in a verdict of
guilty of attempted rape only.
Kruse will be sentenced on Oct.
25 for the crime, which occurred
while he was on a "pick-up date
with the 20-year-old vacationist in
Monterey, Calif., last July 28.
In his summation to the jury.
District Attorney William Staf Staffers
fers Staffers said he could find "no exten extenuating
uating extenuating circumstances" for the
murder, which he called ''a c'er c'er-ease
ease c'er-ease of first degree murder and
Stauffers' final argument eame
after the court turned down his
:z: i i. t,;i, th testimony of
:,,r'r. Pvt Robert G. Written for NEA Service
rvr Ravmond Hack. I When dummy has a short side
Gille told of meeting the Fair- suit and trump length, the de de-field
field de-field Conn college gfrl at a fra-, fenders usuaDy find it helpful to
trnitv narty in Massachusetts lead trumps. The idea is to re re-last
last re-last vear and described how they.duce dummy's ruffing power. While
eneaeed in unrestrained "neck-(leading trumps, however, the de de-ine"
ine" de-ine" at her invitation. fenders must guard against reduc-
Dr Hack a psychiatrist, backed mg their own ruffing power.
ud a defense theory that Kruse j In today's hand, for example,
miv have been driven into a. West very properly led a low
"sexual frenzy" when the girl, trump at the second trick. He
urldenlv resisted his advances; had won the first trick with the
the were "petting" in the: king of spades and could see that
Mtio of Monterey's Old Whaling dummy threatened to ruff clubs
ct.tinn inn and diamonds.
S filer the crime, Kruse turned,
himself into the military ponce. Declarer naturally played the
uic BCtuuu ii il.il, luu a.ii iiau w
make a key play. The old rule for
this situation says "Third hand
high," but East was clever enough
to play a low trump instead of the
Dnmmv's eiffht nf hearts held the
trick, and South continued by cash
ing the top clubs. When he next
led a low club arid ruffed with,
riiimmv'c ntnp nf hearts. East
iciic """" - r;
ifAataaftoSay warned retired (hearts and return another trump.
K'vorters lanntag to live in This left only one trump in the
IdSs for senior dummy, and South could ruff ei-
fitt Sffi'iUvi ther club dlaT"d T m
citiiens the aiuioug i- d when smoke ctaMed
are SUM C,; rfmvn nnul
nclarer could have made his
contract by very careful play in;
snite of the flood defense. (He
should have gone after a diamond
ruff in dummy, later ruffing a
rinh with the ace of trumps. But
the defense gave South a chance
to go wrong.
The hand would have been easy
if K-act hiri fnnfishlv nut UD the
jack of hearts at the second trick, j
South' eouia run ciuds in me oum-
itluiif fearhitf an nver-rnff 1
and almost any 'ltte of planwJflf
bring ip tea wicks. (
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Georgia Democratic Chairman Denies Race Bias Charge
BLACKSHEAR, Ga. Oct. 13
(UP) Chairman Harvey D.i
Griffin of the Pierce County Dem j
ocratic Executive Commit'ee de denied
nied denied today a U.S. Justice Depart Department
ment Department charge of wholesale discri discrimination
mination discrimination a?.inst Ne?ro vot-.
He called the charge, a "poli "political"
tical" "political" move.
Griffin said some 130 Negroes
were dropped after challenge of
their eligibility were the only cas cases
es cases he knows of and this was a le
Asst. Atly. Gen. Warren Olney
i III, in charge of the Justice De
partment's criminal division, said
in Washington that his department
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CORN YIELD LOOMS -MIGHTY BIG- Size ot those ears is
a mite bix in relation to tin- rest ot the picture, they Sv
a indication of farmer John rinlay's fabulous yield from
crve -bottom land near Sturgeon. Mo Finlay says his planting
have averaged at least M bushels par acre ror nvr c-
Sen. Thomas C. Dnd?id
he noted two years ago tot Flori Flori-la
la Flori-la Was luring retirees without pro providing
viding providing adequate lervices and facil facilities
ities facilities for them.
"Although Florida state officials
and chamber of commerce axecu axecu-tlves
tlves axecu-tlves were at first angered by my
evaluation, they recogniied its va;
lidity and took poaitive action,
Desmond aaid a new appraisal
t.viuhH efton in its state
imnrnvement ebmmisslbn which;
,nfnllv starved for funds
is trying to break down barriers
against hiring of out-of-statp re retirees
tirees retirees for part-time jobs.
He MM riowa leccuuj
la wad "fake retirement home ad advertisements
vertisements advertisements which lured New
Yorkers to barren, isolated marsh
CLAY.'W. Va.-UP)-There; a
faction lri tttls smaU central West
Virginnia community that is dead
set on getting rid of the town's
only traffic light. After the fight
was "shot out a second time by
hAtmin anrl nistol fire the mavof
,..uffl imnrnvements havand. police chief agreed that they
!,,.-, --r--- r--- would nave to nave a nigni pa-
mcluded aatanusnmem oi a
IHtilwra -. r
for Wseareh, into the diseases of
old age and "an experiment in
job placement of the 40-pius wa
recently auecessfully conducted
; h.rf oiumtv Desmond aaid.
However, he saw. "norma a
l7,iJ in have a niffht Da
trolman to guard the next lignt
the town purchased.
desire to establish a coordinated
program for the elderly.
1 H advised New York retirees;
keen on segregation of the a g e: o take a trial vacation in Florida I
into colonies of retirees" and "I before establishing a permanent'
still lacks on the state level a real home there.
Across from the "El Panama" Hotel
MADE TO MEASURE SUITS
vSfWVV 1M Off Ma) OfftY aaS
Reaches you Satfgicaly
a Made to aaay Mtkmty
Antiseptic for up ao 4
month in ae!
Inhibits or deatpoys
ALL type of germa
fall on or hold o it!
1, tl) t
is conducting an investigation of
jvotig discrimination here.
Otey also asked the Senate
subcommittee on campaign prac practice
tice practice to conduct Us own investiga investigation
tion investigation of the situation here and in
two Louisiana parishes, saying he
believed hearings would result in
a lot more Negro voting on
Olney failed to mention that the
; disqualifying of the 130 Negroes
was made after a legal challenge
and the result is now before a
federal court for final decision,
Earl Echols, chairman of the
i Pierce County Board of Educa Education,
tion, Education, said there was ''nothing il illegal"
legal" illegal" about the challenge lodged
by J. C. P?rker, a registered
white voter of Patterson.
Pstterson challenged between
3000 and 4000 voters, Echols said.
He said 95 per cent of those who
I appeared and defended them them-I
I them-I selves were permitted to remain
on the voting lists.
The colored people weren't-
challenged as a whole." he said,
"Just some of them. By not ap appearing
pearing appearing before the board they
I were removed.
Four Square Gospel
Church To Conduct
Beginning tomorrow evening a.
7:30 the Foursquare Gospel
Churc in Rainbow City will
start a week of special revival
There will be a special guest
speaker at each of the service.
The speaker for Sunday's strvic
will be Rev. Leland B. Edwards,
the superintendent .of the mission missionary
ary missionary work in the Republic of Panama.
I he services will' rinse our mi
Sundav. Oct. 21. with the nreaen.
Uation of the Gospel
Jhe n&io and lummiifi danwtq Aojom of TTLaxinu opsuu ill dooM id all
Do yoti cure to enjoy yourself tanely in an
atmosphere of Comfort ami Elegance?
is the place indicated.
Dance to the new
. .and let Phillips and his talking saxophone
thrill and amaze you.
-It Is All-Important That You Use Your Coat-
GR!M SOUVENIR When Mr. and Mrs. John E. Slattery, at
BfRAtttAOtAl XT V .An a.,wImm M J 1U.
le aid Urty, tpink. that their rl!Hg w
i grim reminder of. the Andrea Bona ainking. -Jbey ahot a
;ure Of Grant s .Tnrab than tmirarl tk. sLrtriii w.j
napped the ill-fated Italian liner at bar dock. .It tamed out
to be the double-exposure seen above.
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felines, ves "Grinning Cat" his wholehearted attention at
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of a w-year-old twy, "Grinning Cat'l is as entry in the
ticoal Exhibition of Children' Art.
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Tho Medical Association
ot Ine Uvnmitn Con a I Zen
The 5toui meeting ui Uie Medi Medical
cal Medical Association oi Uie isUuman
ia.ial zone will be itetd ai i aio
aeco Leprosarium luesuay, H
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PARIS, Oct. 13 (UP) Shoes
should match the dress this season
according to the top Paris design
Following the color trend, 11
shoe designers, presented winter-,
collections full of brightly colored
Violets, cherry, raspberry, rose
and grenadine as well as an or organdy
gandy organdy cyclamen replaced the con conservative
servative conservative blacks and bieges of
Judging both from the height of
the neeis and of the pnee, these
are destined for the car-
Starting at about S25.
ihav nc c miitli CCA A. A
r n iuvj woo, its wwa a ivi, ruiu
i ivm urcuic-uun o 10 on men
Tne icTentific Phh',-1'.- -e dol-
gram wiu' ue piesemeu:
lars in taxi fares.
Of the 400-odd creations shown,
anout .hi sported Heels of 3
inches and up. Their creators ad-
1. Presentation of a Few Cases
. r w K.. mcucs
2. Hand (Surgery in Leprosy,
wjr xi. ii. xuikiuuiu, iiiiu,
Orthopedic Section, Uorgas hos hospital.
pital. hospital. TO avoid traffic congestion at
Palo Seco, bus transportation will
be available. The bus will leave
from the lower parking lot of
Gorgas Hosital at :00 p. m.
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PRESTDknt BCVS RAFFLE TICKET Presld ent Ernesto de la Guardia lends his support to
a raffle being conducted by the Professional School to raise money to buy school buses.
Shown here are President de la Cuardia, Mrs. de la Ouardia, Mr. Pedro Gallndo and Profes Professor
sor Professor Scott.
VISITING GENERAL FROM CHILE 1 1 TED
BY CHIEF OF PANAMA'S NATIONAL GUARD
The Chief of the National Guard of the Republic of
Panama Col. Bolivar Vallarino and Mrs. Vauarino gave
cocktail party at their home yesterday in honor of General
and Mrs. Jorge Ardiles, who are visiting from Chile.
Ambassador 6f Chile
InraetaiM For Visitors
The Ambassador bf Chile in Pa Panama
nama Panama and Mrs. Almirante Enrique
Lagreze are giving a luncheon to
day at The Embassy residence on
La Crest a. The guests of honor
are General and Mrs. Jorge Ardi Ardiles
les Ardiles from Chile.
Former J ant Nowhird
Visiting With Parents
Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Franklin,
nee Miss Jane Newhard. of Gree Greeley,
ley, Greeley, Colorado, arrived by plane
from Mexico City on Monday.
They will be the guest of Mrs.
Franklin's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Newhard, of Gatun, for a a-bout
bout a-bout a month.
Riding Club Formed
At Port Kobhe
In the interest of local eques
trians a riding club was formed
recently it Fort Kobbbe. Two meet
incs have been held under the act
ing chairmanship of M-Sgt. Carson
t assioy ana a consutuuon
Will Be Sponsored
By Clayton NCO Wives
The Fort Clayton NCO Wives
Club will sponsor a Halloween car
nival on the second floor of Build
ing 5-A at Fort Clayton beginning
at 6 p.m. on Oct. 31. All pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds will go to the Fort Clayton
Activities will appeal to all age
groups. They include a goblin pa
rade in which children through
the age of ten may participate; a
witches ride, fun house, ring toss
fish pond, dart game and ghost
There will also be b i n g o,
chamber of horrors, dougnut and
apple bobs, sling shot games, a
pumpkin house, fortup'e teller, pen
ny pitch and others.
Music will be provided by the
79th Army Band and refreshments
will be served.
Well supplied with facilities and
i at present seven horses in the cor corralthe
ralthe corralthe club plans the establish establishment
ment establishment of riding trails and excur excursions
sions excursions into the neighboring countryside.
Mr. And Mrs. John Henderson
has Feted At Farowoil Party
Mr. and Mrs. John Henderson,
who are leaving soon for Tokyo,
Japan, were given a Farewell Par
ty In the Fern Room of the Hotel
Tivoli last week by fellow em
ployes of the Service Division.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
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OFFICE IN PANAMA
IN Central Ave. at
earner of "I" stmt
Tent St. at comer
t 7th St
fl. A. De ROUX, CARLOS MOUVNES V.
From t:M a.m. to 12:39 p.m.
SATUBDAIS: from S:M a.m. to 1Z:M ml
To Preach Tomorrow
At Christ Church
Episcopal Bishop R. Heber
Qooden, will be on the Atlantic
Side tomorrow, to preach- the
sermon &t the 7:30 p.m. -service
of evensong which will be held
at Christ Church By-the-Sea.
The bishop returned last week
from a vacation of several
months spent in the United
Officiant at the service will be
the rector, the Rev. J. peter Far Farmer.
mer. Farmer. The schedule for the day
will also include Holy Commu Communion
nion Communion at 6 a.m., and choral Eu Eucharist
charist Eucharist and sermon at 9 o'clock.
Pacific Navy Wives Club
The Pacific Navy Wives
Smith Act Cases
In Supreme Court
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS LI. Gen. Wiliiam X. Harrison wsweri a question on the Sec Second
ond Second Coming during the program "Insplrauon Please." The General was a member of the
panel shown hert- from left to right, Chapiain Merritt W. Daytwi, Ft. Davis; Mrs. Fred I
Demon, jaajooa tieignts: uen. narnson; Mtas
Sp-2 Richard H. Larson, Ft. Kobbe and Maj.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 13 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The Supreme Court heard argu
ments today on two cases involv-
Marifrances Tucker, r.odman Naval Station;
Leonard L. Miller, Jr., of Corozal.
'Photo by Pvt. v. x. Rlchey, U.S. Anv
regular monthly mg the constitutionality of the 1M0
Monday, at 7:30 Smith Act. j
Dusmess meeting Aionaay, at :ao Smith Act
p. ra. at the Community House, i The ... invovea w
Naval District Headquar- oW Junius Irving Jr
All members are welcome r.r.ncK. w r t.i.
and new members may be pledg-;nephew cf a former North Caro Caro-ed.
ed. Caro-ed. Members are also urgently Una governor was convicted last
rem nded to bring their rummage year under provisioll of tte JCt
for the November rummage sale w makes a crime to a
I I0nt r0frhmAnt will ho crvH .
by Mrs. Margaret Lem.ster. Mrs. hT-I,.. 5 11 Jl which has been
Iflfioves Jo CumnJu
Moore, and Mrs. Marianne Moran, IhT governmeni
Christ church pariah, which
has presented many outstanding
musical programs on the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Side in the past has arrang arranged
ed arranged for another concert at the
Atlantico Theater on Oct. 23, at
Vocal solo's will be rendered by
the Rev. Allan R. Wentt, bari baritone,
tone, baritone, and Miss constancia Bell,
mezzo-soprano, while prof. Hans
Janowitz will be heard in the
interpretation compositions for
The Key. Wentt will be re remembered
membered remembered as the leading bari baritone
tone baritone of Christ Church Choir
Guild before he left for the
He will be accompanied at the
piano by the Very Rev. Mainert
Caribbean Stamp Club
ml. ... c. nT..t. :n
ine variDueap stamp uun wiu ear un(er
hold a regular meeting on Tues-iLa. ,xc,u
XdWS' JS 7:3L p- C o m m u n i s t
uie uvuii uucm xiuuse. mier uir branch
business meeting an exchange of
stamps will be held. Any adult
stamp collectors are welcome to
attend the meeting.
6:30. A new panel is ready to
Club Moots Monday
All members of the Board
Directors of the Consumers'
operative Club, members of
convicted in Chicago early
thai C ama nlnnrt
.o r 1 1 1 VIOU.T, ii; . . . t
.TAMlf v. trr-t,rv f iln ; LAC IIS DUICe 011110 illC IrtUK:
Party's Illinois: memoers w W$ pann
jare: Mrs. John Woods, Balboa
Heights, Miss Mary Lou Jordan,
Most of the Communists who Curundu. c w o- James Hender Hender-have
have Hender-have been convicted under the son Amador, Mr. Glen Filer,
Smith Act were prosecuted under Curundu and Dr. Louis Fiske,
another section making it a crime Doctor of Methodist Work in
X- -J . . TlMARMK nilm.
to conspire to advocate me torci- vtvy.
RICHMOND, Vs., OcV IS Up
-The reunion that Juanita
Sorines had been looking forworii
i to after IS years' separation from
The highly successful question local Bible- and book center, will her toer left only a heartache
and answer program on religion i have a cook display table iu the today. Her brother slugged her
which has been presented to j church. Rev. Lesi.er J. Soerheile, anol. robbed her of 11,760.
large and appreciative audiences Director of Editorial Caribe and M,s' Springs testified in Hust
he ins court new ycsieraay mat sua
" j:j l t 1 1 ,,,
uiu not Know tne oanon was ner
brother until she saw his name en
The otteT case tnvXed Claude at Port Kobbe- wU1 thisisPr of this program will b
M Lghtfoot ? CWcago NeaVo icomin5 Sundy evental at the : mastor of ceremonies as before.
LowJlita'rM Church at Li
Plans To Harry,
Says Dally Sketch
toe ponce Blotter alter he was
cornered and captured in a but
terminal after the robbbery.
She Said a man, whom she die)
not recognize, entered the down
town shoe store, where she works
last Sept. 22, shoved a note and
bag toward her and ordered her
to fill the bag with money. The
note rtad. in sort- "If v n n
1 n rmv mi ; :. ... r -
M-turj me scream, in kui you.
- Telford Taylor, New York attor-i tried out for selecting questions, that Princess Margaret has told!monov but stuffed $1700 into tho
.ney arguing on behalf of Scales,! The questions have been divi .. ;d some of her inltimate friends: bag when he produced a revolver.
various consumers' coooerativei irwraui, umt -"" m inieiius to marry ouc as he reached for the bag, she
stmlv classes ind frieK The Church; The she didn't name the bridegroom, screamed.
siuoy classes, ana mentis oi tne;t ,j .ui-dc into tk. ti,.t rM.M. iu.. rki.t.n n.i i ".....j, . t
v.iuuu.11 nu.i.-.ip luiuimiisi emiuit wara ine oanoir airucK ue Orli Vhoa
liefs; Scripture Interpretation wrote that the Princess gave fled, with store, manager Normaii
and Eternity. ,this lnforaiajtlon to her friends jlsikoff and two employes in pur-
The nuestions will he In rive befor he left. thr iMk.. mif
government is, boxes on the master of ceremo-i on her., present tour of .East? The bandit was identified after
many invited to attend a
meeting which will be held in the
Conference Room of the Pacific
Room of the Pacific Service Cen
to read thlnais ioto the low that
cor- ... ... .ui .- i j.r i
n, ki'iu constituUonality.
ter (upstairs) Monday. 15 com
mencing at 7:30 p. m.
Mr. Wilfred Purdy, Point Four
credit specialist assigned to the
Istitue of Economic Development
of the Republic of Panama and
Mr. Adoifo Arrocha, Executive
Secretary of the National Council
of Cooperatives, will be present at
this meeting to discuss matters
of vital importance to the Consu Consumers'
mers' Consumers' Cooperative movement.
Taylor sold the
i : . j a l it r i . . . . : .
- trying iu treat me acaies case asimes oesa unaer tneir rwoDer ca- Airica.
another conspiracy case, although Itegory or heading. Instead of "She has hot
he was not charged with advocat-.the master of ceremonies ini- named her future
ing violent action in conspiracy
with any other individuals.
Mating the discussion, Rev. Art Ward said.
J. Peterson, former
Prof. Janowitz, of the Nation National
al National Conservatory teaching staff,
and Miss Bell, who has had part
Of her musical trulnin,, ot th
United states to study theologyrfeonservatory, have always been
in demand for arjoearances
Rubl's Next Next-French
French Next-French Actress
PARIS. Oct. 13 (UP1 -Playboy
Porfirio Rubirosa. whose long list
of former wives includes some of
the world's most beautiful and
wealthy woman, is planing to
marry a 19-year-old French ac actress,
tress, actress, Paris newspapers reported
C?ZCp INSECT TORMENT
Will Not $tin-HarmUs to Humans
onto Animals whon Uiod ot Directed
Casts Less and Kllfs f astor
than most klgh stress lire bombs
At Most Roioil Slortt
ail aaTgt V i
The date of the wedding of tbe
46-vear-old Rubirosa and shanelv.
onj dark-haired OdUe Rodin will de de--
- de-- Ipend upon how quickly the pros prospective
pective prospective groom's sttorney can "get
his papers in order," press re
' Rubirosa met the girl in Paris
last June while recuperating from
minor neck fracture received in
a polo match. The handicap failed
to interfere with a flourishing romance.
Rubirosa's former wives In Include
clude Include Flor de Oro Trujillo. daugh daughter
ter daughter if the former president o- the
nnmtnican Ttenuhlic! French mov
ie actress Daniellle Darrieux, and
two of the world's most wealthy
women, Boris Duke and Barbara
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8.8. ''FLAMENCO'' Oct. 22
S.8. "REINA DEL MAR'1 Nov. S
TO UNITED KINGDOM via CARTAGENA. LA GUAIRA.
KINGSTON, HAVANA, NASSAU. BERMUDA.
SPAIN and FRANCE.
M.V. 'REINA DEL PACIFICO'' (lt,eN Tens) ... Oct. II
8JB. "REINA DEL MAR" (20,225 Tons) Dee. I
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUAIRA,
; TRINIDAD, SPAIN AND FRANCE.
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
M.V. "SANTANDERt Oct. 13
8.8. 'TlKAJtBO" ...Qet. 14
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.H0LLAND
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.8. "LOCH AVON" Oct. 15
S.S. "DU1VENDYK" Kot. 4
8.S. "PILCOMATO" ..TT. Oct. 18
8 J. "DONGEDYK" jjlLIII : Ct- 2
AB Saimiga Sahjeet to Ckante Withort Notice
PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION Co, Cristobal Tel.: U5475
FOHD CO. mC.I'-A"- Pen Ne. IS Tel. t-lWl
rvmu v- RALBOA Term. Bide. TeL MH5
hove you joined
the fun at the
Fridays & Saturdays
Midnlte to 4:M a.m.
piano bass and drum
combination of the
GEORGE G0D0Y TRIO
In tht alr-condiii' .ul
riahtcap on tht houso
at 4:30 1 m
Ccorse tht plays tho piano
It p.m. to 2 Mia.
Tuos.. Wod. A Than.
nis capture at
of course, Fegrafn, 30-
Husband," Prison fugitive.
Zylstra with the travelling mike ; Almost a year ago the'princess Miss Springs,' a divorcee, said
win go imo me auaieirce ana ass aecinea ro give up group Cant aF .orpiaer wnom sne
spm'f person be choose, the cater tat .Townpnd, endliig' a ro- W why fee was 11 ami he
gory. Then the M.C. will reactf
into the proper box and null out
one of 'the questions and read it.
From mat point on tne proce procedure
dure procedure will be the same as ft had
been with the first speaker
limited to three minutes and all
subsequent speakers on; min minute.
ute. minute. A whole new set of Questions
promises an eventae of interest
ing discussion. Re Leldwig pas-
snehree that had eiicfted ther" m "alV wed
world for nearly two years. i in Greensboro, N.C..' but went to
different schools and later sepa-
Towrfsend. whb turns K2 next rated to work iii New York and
month, is planning to set off on Chicago, respectively.'
a round-the-world trip by ear . .
next month. He will go alone. .?h saidjier brother Sy hare
Since the Princess announced 0Dmed 1,r ..' dr,
"I would like it to he known that i "?r f
I have decided not to marry Jj1 l," t..w 5.
group Captain Peter Townsend"! 'S? $t mnprv ST h ? Jl.
more an4 more "arduous publ e s? d ItIlVLu
duties h faii rw- aU 1thl embarrassment. Its ao
tor of the Curundu Protestant ,prin.- .hn,,w. .r4"i Ji? !U W yours,
i'i.t, ti,. r ... "'
church is making available the
new yellow question blanks and : conscientiously
She has performed them
nas put up a new set of posters smile."
to aavertise tne meetings. This
series of programs will run from
uct. 14 tnrougn Nov. 4. Moves
on the Bible are provided for the
Pegram admitted the robbery
and was sentenced to 10 years in
! CAMDEN, N.J. (TJP) A pa-
fiATTTCT UAVPXT tfiaak m U1Mlk..J.a ...i. J- k
' y U h c nter 11-1 owe sr,m money," a man ticket for speeding and throw a
Lurunou. told Barbara Lamb, clerk in the carbon sheet of the summons to
1. hfDr05raniJ rts P'ompUy. Bureau 0 Public Works here as 'the roadway. The motorist
at 6:30 and ends at 7:35. An of- he handed over $21. He told Miss (promptly swore out a citizen's
fering will be taken each night ;Larrb be left towh broke in 19S5, 1 warrant against the officer for ljt ljt-to
to ljt-to defray expenses and when i owing that amount to the BPW.iterin? a public thoroughfare. In
that has been taken care of, for I and never had been able to get it' come a few nights later, the mo mo-Missions.
Missions. mo-Missions. Editorial Caribe, the out 0f his mind. torist was fined $14, the cop, $.
it's a NET WORK now
With its NEW
a on your dial
SATTUAT. OCTOBER 13, IMS
ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
THt PAN AM AMERICAN AN INDRFKNDFVT tT WTWTMrrR
Church of Christ
. W. amrsraw. taagen
It ft MM ink ft
1 JJU JO-
i 1 i .. A MR
daye 1. ............
. .....1 ..Mta
m PACinc tros
Moat, r none
it tansy CMs"
po. 1980, Ptana: 2-Sf
; 1M St ndav School-
wqMj enow enow-ivition
ivition enow-ivition Meeiuvav
9 THUD STRUCT
ft Kitta and Jamaica Street
Maatiaw, Hharty to
and charity la all
TD ATLANTIC SIDE
Bar. Sir Blakair. raalot
14 Church Sobeai
11:00 Warship arriea.
:;Mn.'Sr. Yaoth rollowship.
00 pas. Jr. Youth rellowahlp.
Mm Ba. Ommar W.
nu. as aaaai rwoio si
Bay Matter ML Aldestea. Miatster
iciepenes a -a fa, sesin
I people and adults
f Ma tines.
fuaaday Vesper Orel at 7 JO pm.
rdnaday Mary BarUett Ctrcl at
. M TiiajMy Church Council at 7 JO
lT Weatneaday Woman's AuxllUry at
Mh Monday Officers and Teachers it
PBft MUHOOUT CBLECB
IMa SU PaawaaantT
Mam Mornlaa Ptmvae aw Lm
f:M pm. Sunday School
iSST month ....
"i22r Saturday ......e
ItvttAiL IMafcaaji jJJ a m
fV.tar Meauna Watoa: M
. S:M tunday
' I'jv aaivatiort
Baaier t'apt oa Mrs. C. Mnasaams.
tSf Krast none: 8S-7M1
Lata Rev And EL W. Olandar. Pastes.
lwayBwWBselp aEBTPie) Cll UTVb" aSgVflB
04 OrurtA SchoAl Ft bus service
tmTrmm7'i CMmTrmmM? a
tfrfOMNM mm a wwim. M
lr'ahlri rsae a rr HaMM aaatiin Wm. h
JumMiT'iii Mtm lwt Mto raaelei geJiiBJa.
UMMm reeeJ htm lea n Mi MllMiihui harms
am mTm ...rn.tal.aB. MbMMM aiM Aad
Servw. A bMM MkMW M MM w Arar, MM.
Ait rVra bMM e. Htl mhe.
MhlMll MH MrMriM MllMl
tk mwi imk m wrUMf r Wasai? mm
Semu- elden. Minister
V am Mr, mini Service MS Mat)
3 SuikUt School -,
13 om Svenin- Service.
Hiity C-mmunloii HI W
Ilondav. !) eje Pr Meeting.
gMVAtJUU MITHIHI UIDaU
Ha'neow un v
St Stnul 1M0. IHrmM
Sui.a-j .-aerale am nv. M
unwv SehooT S5 U iWt.M aU
"Tear ItrvMarlam To Waeaht,
Ti'-artav p vtri
. n( Phrill s
lf churc .1 canal, aneotan crtuob
litTstreei A Bollvai Ut(iw
'. una: sat. 10, u a
"HVLJ. .,im!.T. 3 30 to S
M73lM.". Tpm-huranay. brf
oVlij T Aft in I M D.&l.
.f;,- Medal Novaoa. 1:00 p.m
on ,h. 00 auaa
on.Sunday iU ...
aaOUED MAAMT Aaeeoi
5o 5y aasaw: lS am. anJ (:
P-m a.. M .-. L.AA
Conlaaslona: saiuroay j o
7 litosloo jo. Thucaday oalora Tint
Friday 1:00 pm.
Sacred Art Devotiona: IM 9M- tt
"ftSchiM Clam: 135 :
001 LADT OP rATIMA Oaraa!
Sunday Maaa at 0:00 am
Holy Day Mass at 0:30 P-m.
Conlaasiona: M to f :4S P m an Sat
"catichiM a: Saturday M0 ta U
Sunday Masses at 7:00 and 1:15 am
Holy Day Mam at 0:00 pm.
Confaaaiona: Saturday 1 JO to 4 JO and
SteViam' Claaa: Sunday 1:00 to 440
"'Miraculous Medal Hortnai t pm
Convert Instructions: Thursday 10
ST. TtNCfNTS Paaam City
Sunday Maases: 0:00 and 1:10 am.
it fait ob Saturday ha Masses all
i: sfturday 1:00 t l:M
lelllieal rtayana. Mf MA-
tlon of tne'aea:Ti7
ritechlsm Clam: After 1:30 mam
Corrfart Out: 130 p.m. Tuesday and
y': t. Mils
Monday. .... ......
Contessiona: tjn v
BT. jQE BAPTIST BE LA BALLS
"fflfi dul? t
noiy kwj m
CordMtona: to 4 m IM M
.00 p.m. on Saturday. t
Miraculous Medal Novenas Friday 1
Cthl CI: "Lf
Convert Clam: Monday 1J0 Am.
Confamions: n"J '
Thursday before Wmt Friday SP.
ara.tua.im 1aatat 1 II B it. Ml SUfUUT
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 pm. or or-Pridy
Pridy or-Pridy -a.. a..
Convert ciaaa: p- i
4 ATLANTIC SBB
BT. JOSEPH S-Celia
Sunday Maamt: 1:41 0 andSJl t
Hniv bav Masses: 5;4S and SIM am
no yr. i m .)
ConiaasHHU. aaun""J "
no a g.fl p.m.
lLnilat Medal Novwa: Wedneedaj
n ana T:w P-m.
Sacred Heart No vena: Friday 7:15 p.m
Services 7:00 o.m
Convert Clam: 705 p.m. on Mondi
l?..KI2Wll.-. a,... to n a m. tr
11 4S a.m. 3 00 p m. to 4:00 p m.
First Frlctay-spositlon of MM ileaa-
ed aaciaroani au pay. neiwuw
ajn. Saturday morning.
Iirsi aaiuroay AywTwiivrw nmvj
of Fatima The Holy Rossry-5 00 am.
r 11BL V-UlllaJUllllWI at..uvva' 'a asavaw
dren Mondays and Thtiraday 4:00 M
MXRACULOUS MEDAL Cr1tbal
Sunday Ma 00. 1 00 end 11:30 a m
HolyDay Masses: 100. :00 a.m. and
coniessions: aawroay aw i a aw ann
744 ta I 00 ta After Romrv each eve-
i Miraculous Medal N oven I 1:11 and
7:00 p.m. on Monday.
Catechism Choa: After I 00 Mam M
Flint Friday Ezponuon til day during
First Saturday: Mm at 1:00 am.
HOLT FAMTLT CHVRCn ta
Sunday Maaa: 7:30. 0 30.
First Saturday Mam:
Saturday ... 7 JO p.m. to
Miraculous Medal Novena
Holy Day Masses: 7 SO am.
Confession ... 1:45 pm. to
Parish Family Roaary and
1st. Friday Devotions ... T J4
let. Saturday Devotions .. 7 00
T lllirtlllt Belataw fits
Sunday Mmm: 4 JO a.m. and l:M
Hory Dap Mat: :o am. and f JO
Confetsioni: 4 M t l:M and 7:M to
M pjn. Saturday.
Catechism Clam: 10:45 am. ea Sunday.
Convert Clam retry Monday at 7 JO
Mrrsculous Medal Novena: 7 JO am
Sacred Heart RoVeaa: 7.J0 pm an
Sunday Matt: 1:15 a m
Holy Day Maes: S J4 om.
Contentions: J ta J.J m. aei Sat.
Caieehitm CUm: 4.00 pat en Monday
art sake r
oO tfc Istort a it
ULI LADT AP GOOD COUNSEL
Sunday Masses 7.00 and 1 30 am.
Hoiy bay Minn: (:M am. and IM
Uinlaalne Saturday at 7.00 u aad
aflar all evening devotion.
Baptisms by appointment.
Miraculous Medal Kovau: TM la
Sacred Heart Nov ana: 1 .a o.m an
Sunday scnoel: J.311 pm on Sunday
Religion Instruction Claaa far Chil
dren: 4:0 B m on Thursday.
neuiious instruction for adult (Cotv
ducted in Soanlah): IK) p.m on Mon
uovan uutruetiow by appoln
The Rt Car B. Haaer Cioadaa. AI D,
The Very Rev Main art 1
i. ANION. CI
TtU CATHEDRAL OP ST. LliKS
1:90 a jo holy Communion.
30 am Santa Communion (4th Sun Sunday
day Sunday j.
930 a.m. Church School.
(:4s am. Escucla Dominical.
11 .W am. Morning Prayer and Sermon
r-oiy communion, trirat Sun Sun-oay).
oay). Sun-oay). 7.00 pm Lveninf Prayer and Sataiou
3ti an.. Holy Communion.
7:00 cm I venire Prayer.
AM am Holy Communion.
I'M am Holy Communion.
1:11 am. Morning, Prayer.
12.00 Mu-daj Missionary Prayer
CHl'BCH OP OLR SA VIOLA
Third Street. New Cristooal
Tha lev. J ease K. Renew,
Priest 1 thane
Church School ..
:00 a m
and Sermon t:4s a.m.
tiuil Bunoay. Holy Communion)
a nouse ox rrayer jar au peopia
Chanrh i St Andrew
The Kcv. William W. Baldwin,
Priest hi Chare
family Prayer and Church School
9 11 a.m.
Morning Prayer and farm on U aja
(HC first Sunday in MoathL
Evenin Prayer 7 JO pm.
Weekday Prayer. 1:00 a av
Chapel of The Good Shepherd
The Bev Claresce W
Priest ta Charge
1:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday each Month)
Th Rev. 'ohn'jpear! WstU Charge
Choral Eeueharlat and Bar.
men 7 JO am.
Church School 1:00 pm
aniirnnal Ymtne Churchmen B:M n.m
Tmm,. ml Aaemeji 7:00 n.ea.
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion ,. 0 JO am
Evening Prayer 7:00 p.m.
VmhJ. S...111.VW SMrf .1,4
4th Truiradayi ..." TJOpm
rcanvesnava A THURSDAYS
Holy communion coo am
Morning Prayer I:M a m.
Xvenln Prayer 7:00 pm.
Family Xucharist I 30am
Office f Complin PJn
au w.i ..' rhwveh
The lav. Jhha Spear, Priaat ta Charge
Morning-Fray er ana t-auren
Scheol t JO a m
Canfirmathsn Clam ........ 30 am
Choral IXiehariat and Bar-
Holy puirn' uJln,!r
Evensong ana Aooraea .... ir
. 1 UAUtfiVI
rv Sn.ai.re j. 7 M e m
THURSDAYS r TXAST DATS
rharrch of St. Margaret
The Bev. Jesse K. Renew,
Priest ta Charge
a 3(1 a.m. nory vommunim
11:00 a m. Morning Prayer nd Sermon
Last Sunday eacn monin, noiy -om
on om. Even Ins Prayer and Yeuth
Chapel of The laly Caaafaater
en L B Shirley, Prleet ta Charge
...ntiren a vc
w r, i r-.-'i. 1
1:34 am. noiy s-otntnuiiiii.
St. Alban s CI
a.. w n..ia a
pnaat in t-naree
The lev. Alaa I. Woatt Assistant
SUNDAY . .. .
t o am. Choral suicnansi es samp
t 30 am: Infant Baptism.
J to wra. Church School
Iheid ta ataMhsjt IM)
. l. ST. nlfc V.llnni.hlft i
7 00 rr. tvwsnri n. aau.
Aid and 4th WEDNESDAYS
7 3 o Woman t Auxiliary and
tar sauna meeting.
Thr Rev. nie a. aiwvu.
.a Bu SruhMW
14:45 am Morning Prayer and Church
12:00 norr Holy Baptism
7-ae s.w Bui waul Vasoers
R 30 em Holy commumoa
AM ia Holy Communion
7 00 ta. Evening Prayer
nnrifOATS and Fridays
S44 i .wv Holy Cammunioa
4M am. Hly Communion.
colon, B. r.
(Opposite Hotel Waahmgtari)
jama rater ranner.
A. Hake, 1
4 04 a m. Italy Communion,
t 10 am. Mornlne Prayer.
4:00 am. Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
10 30 a.m. Church School.
T44 pm. Solemn Evensong
4 no a m. Italy Communion.
7 to a m. Ewentna prayer and
44 pm. Adult Confirmation Clam.
I JO am fvaning Prayer and Medita Meditation.
tion. Meditation. FRIDAY
10 am. Children's Ekwharttt
10 00 tm. Junior Confirmation Clam.
1 JO p to Ccmplint pad Meditauon.
ChanA of St Mary
The Bev. J oka A.
Pr eat ia Chan a
sting Aucaatltt ISO m
Chur-ru School : a m
tvns.,i- ana Sermon 1 JO p.m
Holy Cotrimuaion. 7:00 tat
M Oaeegi't Chirr
The Bev. Jeha A. TapaUmg,
Priest ta Chares
ltt AND 3rd SUNDAYS
Helv Itmmunion I N ia
aM ANT 4th SUNDAYS
aad aattttn I JO am
4:0 am Holy Communion
Church School each Sun- MM a m
no ABA JO
St. Christopher a Chajrch
10th Street. Parque Lefevre
The lev Clarence W. Hayes.
Priest ta Charge
The Rev. Clarence A. CragwtU.
4 J4 am. Holy Communion.
7:30 a m. Sung Eucharist and Sermon
10:30 am. Morning Prayer and Chureh
12 JO noon Holy Baptism.
S 30 p.m Evensong and sermon.
7M pm. ltt and 3rd. woman t Auxi Auxiliary.
liary. Auxiliary. TUESDAYS
4:30 p.m. Junior Daughters or me
7:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship.
t JO a.m. Holy Communion.
7.00 pm. Evening Prayer and Religious
4:00 p.m. Girls' Friendly Society.
00 v m 1st and 3rd. Singletons.
1:30 ami Junior confirmation uaaa.
CHURCH OP THE NAZAKENB
Ancon. C Z.
Minister: lav. rimer O. Nelson
ox 51 Ancon. C.Z. Balboa 203
Sunday School :45 a m
Morning Worship 10JO am
Youth Servlc 0 U o m
Evening Service T J pm
NJJi.S. Sifvle T:M pm
Prayer Meeting, Wed. .... 7:30 pm
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
, Panama R P.. 23rd Street East
B a N. Brow. Minister
Sunday School O'-JO pm
Sunday Maim T. 1:45 11:45
T ABwjr. ttJf. Sunday bcnooi ai
l:M p.m. ,f
JKHOYAH S witnesses
Wactinaw Thursdays at 7 30 p. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm. Win Manarial.
SO jiauHia noaa. auwa.
...... - -- ; -. r
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST
OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Snnriav marlines in the LDS ChaPtl
on Balboa Bead.
Sunday school v
Sacrament Meeting !SJ"
Primary : Thursday 00 pm
Relief Society: As announced.
Telephone Balboa 4227.
Building 200. Schoolhousa Road,
atttn. Canal Son.
T.lnhonaOan SM or CstoMl Mil
aundty ncnooi je.w a-- -- -
aSEnt Meeting 4J0 pm Pr iathood
Mratine Jt tun. Wdna4ay Prlnary
4 30 pm. Wedneaday RaUel aociaty meet-
CUBUNDtr PROTEST J
.UNDO PWOTEStTAIvT CTTCRCI
Sunday School J0 m
(A claaa for every age)
Morning Worthip 11:0 tm
Ywth FeUowahip 4:00 p.m
Eevaning Worship 22
Prayer and Praise Wd JO pm
A church nursey is provided tar your
OLD CATHOUC CHURCH
Holy aaicsvBiat: Sunday l 4J
Tuasdavs, Wedneadaya and Thuradavi
(40 am .
Sacrament t uncnon !""""."
vlca) FtrVt Sunday of 4Mb M
Bt Bare. T. aaaaea. a a
oTBln dcvoMtw. m
(4 First street
K., I-M p-m
BET7TFX MISSION CTfUBCI
. mm JLlszz,. eaL
CV Tpt MltAM P41 n -" -s
Sunday: 11:00 a.m. Worship Servie.
p.m. aunoay omwi.
- A a lam
monoay: law ;, :i"'" SCiui..
Werlneadav: 7:50 Mid-week ChrisUan
Thursday: a:e enmr swasaa.
Friday: 140 Woman's Mlmionary So
TIE CHURCH OP OOP
14M Eighth Street t elew
lev. G. W. Graadlwa, Paster
Sunday Schol J:J am.
Morning Worship 'Tn
Night Service 144 p J
FIRST CHURCH OF COD
Rainbow CMP. CtnM tone
Bev. a. W. Gsaaditaa. Pester
Morning Worship J(M AJ.
auindav School 10 '30 am.
Night Sarvic 1 30 pm
THE CHURCH OF GOD
Mas Mawia Hines. Paster
Sunday. School 10:M t
MorniPE Worthip 11J4 a m.
Night service r-
TR CHURCH OF GOD
Car- "N" ad Btartina Arosemena 44s
Rev. ta J. Jehaaaa. Paster
Snnrtav Srhool 4:30 IA
Morning Worship 10 JJ am
Night Service "m
HE CttUBCH OF GOD II Abate
Moate Oteare Bd14th St
nv. la J lihaaM Paster
Sunday Schoo 4 44 a m
UoHimi WarahJx. 10:30 a m
Night Srvts 144 p m
CHURCH OP GOD (Pentecestal)
Rev. I. B. Watson, Overseer
na .i?t ttow I5S. Gam boa
Church ttParalio. CZ.(Rv. gni
Mr. Herman ta. vtnyiei, ooion, n.r
(Rev. Fernando Lortme.. XI Stale
i Rev. and Mrs. Charles laynesl, ant
Cativl lie and Mrs Clifford Greaves)
Sunday and weekday! services at all
Diahle Heights. C.Z.
lev Cart V Thmpn, Miaister
Box MB) Gambea, CX
Special Engineers Bldg. Diablo Helahtl
Sunday School 4:43 am
Worship Servlc 10:45 sm
You'.h Service 7 :00 p.m
F.vsngeliatic Service 7:30 om
Wad. libit Study A Prayei 740 pm.
Posts and Bases
Sunday School k
Morning Worship 10 04
Church-Tim Nursery School.... 10:00
Sunday School (Building
Morning Worthip 10:15
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meet Meeting
ing Meeting and Bible Clam 444
Dally Mats CIS
Saturday Mass 04
Sunday School 0:04 a m.
Sunriav lfArrtine Warahin 10:30 a.m.
Sunday Masses t 00 A 11 45
Monday Novena Devotions .... 7 JO
Confessions-Saturday .... 4 00 A 7 SO
Sunday Family Hour 1:34 p m.
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASB
Sunday School 8 30
Adult Bible Clam iNCOClubi 1:30
MonungrWorshlp ...... 4:M A 10:45
Youth Fellowship 4 JO
US. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Holy Communion Pint Sunday
laaa. vr nrinoilABTrS5 CHAPEL
Holy Communion First Sunday
Da.lv Maaa e w
vhanAav Masses 8 30 A :00
Confessions. Saturday ...4:M A 7:M
Sunday 4 JO A 9 0C
rosT rf irrnM
DaUv Maas :
Sunday Manes 7:45 A s .00
Conftiofv, Saturday ...7:30 it i0C
Sunday Mam 1040
Saturday Mass t
Sunday Masses 7 00 A 0:00
No. 7111 7 M A SJ0
ConfMions. Saturday (Building
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASI
r-.. at... ...
Sunday Masses .'. 1:45 12:00
Novena Services-Tuesdsy 7JJ
., atatrar CTaTinV
UUS. nninv .'--'
Dailv Mass w
Sunday Mass :30
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASI
Friday -. v
mot r, A vie
Sunday ncnooi w
Mornih Worship H:00
Midweek Fellowship, Thursday.. 140
Sunday School s ao
w --Ki- 1 1 -AO
Youth Fellowship. Sunday ..... 4:00
ft a WAVSI. STATION. Cnrn Solo
Sunday scnooi ..
n.iiv Man V :30
Morning Worthip 11.00
Holy Communion rust Sunday
Sunddy MM P40
ConfMions. Sunday 4:45
ronT om ictc
Dally Mass n 7:oo
Sunday Masa 1:45
Coniaasions. Saturday ...4:00 7:00
I S. NAVAL STATION. Coca Sols
uaiiy mass t:ov
ti.ndav Maaa :0
Sunday Mam 740
Weekly Servicea ta ill Chureh
Sabbath School 430 am.
Divine Srvic 11:00 s m.
Youth' Meeting 4:30 p.m.
Wedneaday Bible Study and Prayer
srvie 7 jo p.m.
Pacific Side Panama A Balboa District
Pastor W. H. Waller-Tel. 24:3 350
Cabo Verde. Ave. J. F- do la Ossa No
Chnrrllla ISth No 27
Pueblo Nuevo I-A St between 3rd
end 4th Sts
11 Abaio 11th St No tl
Balboa Chapel 0444 Gavllan Rd. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa (Saturday only).
Sptnlsh Churches Panama aad
Pastor Ruben Bui
Panami, CaJle Darleh No. 3
Cristobal. 14th A Bolivar AvA
fiamboa A Frlioles
District Faster A A Gritrl
Tel. No. 8-102
Gamboa Praltt Partway rrtjait.
Atlantie Sid Colon and
Pastor Neblett-Tel. M:tM m
Colon 3rd St. A Central Ave. Cristo
bal 14th A Bolivar Ave.
Central office: uaviitn noaa let. a-
Jwlti Welter Beard Bid 742-X L
Boca Roau Balboa. C Z. Ribbi Nathan
Servlc w Friday. 141 pm. Saturday,
5 If) n m
(Sec a"B listings of Jewish servicea
under roau. aasaw ana aianans;.
Ccngrahop Kol Shearrth Israel Av.
old Cubs and aftn street, neiia vista,
Panami City. Servicea t oo p.m.
BFTDPMER LUTHERAN CHI R CI
Balboa lead at Wight Street
lev. Robert F. Gntnck, Pastor
P O. BOX 444. Balbot.
Sunday School.' Bible clam I JO cat,
n o : in', am
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Marearel's Eniaeopal Church) Sunday
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UPS AND DOWNS
n AVERSE cm. Mich (UP
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The youth pedalled ine 2tw mites
from his Detroit home ot Trsv-
urse City oo a bicycle.
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FIVE CARIBBEAN AIR COMMAND civilian employes at Albrook Air Force Base recently shar.
ed $800 in winning Sustained Superior Rs'vinj; Awards. Cash awarcs for the ratings av)
inade from a scale based on the annual wage of the individual. Eligibility for consideration
of the award requires superior work performed for a period of from Six to twelve months,
Pictured above left to right: Juan C. Pascual, woodmill operator, ftTOOth Field Maintenance,
$100; Jose de la Last, chief translator and editor for the U3AF &J100I for Latin America,
$200; Fercival G. Frederick, textile and leather worker in the Maintenance and "Repair Sec Section
tion Section of trie 5700th Field Maintenance Squadron, $100; Helen I. Gardner, chief of the Voucher
Section, Bae Accountable Supply Office, $2CD, Louise M. Neal, Office of Special Wvestig Wvestig-tlon,
tlon, Wvestig-tlon, Inspector General, Hq, Caribbean Air Co nmand, $200. (USAF Official Photo)
Ra'hna Woman's Club
Card Group Met
TU f.,,.J n.mm of th P.allin?
Woman's Club had its first b:
monthly meetinj of QciCoer on
Thursday afltrnoon at the Fort A A-mador
mador A-mador Officers' Open Mess Rc-
M I.---.- nA nnrA nlsvino UPVP
lieauiiiruio aiim v.,.
enjoyed. All proceeds were turned
.1 ri..k'. Ph. .Id, I'nTwl
in iq iiitr uii'b a uv
The following members and
their guests partcipated: Louise
Marchanl. Jaooba Jovstra, Peggy
. ... a rS L- t) I h
rarker, M'pnrne acnium-, n u i
.Trnkim-t Edith Brown, Kay Dan-
laaJ. Uaratvew Y n to 11 TT tit ll KOIaefTS'
iCIB, 111 a v a I'w ----- a.
ble, .Claire Irvtin, Hazel Brooks
Dorothy Allen. Agnes nearuu, oai oai-lle
lle oai-lle Allen, Catherine Chanbera,
. asa." "5 Ill 112- TP 11 a a P
Helen yuinian. rnyins t-uue.,
t....j. Dnninoinn Marv Aanp-
juauua a ,.,. .'
sen, Gloria Brown, Mary Day,
. aaas II T..,1 r'ttnawts.
Susan KRIOIIK, mauue vaaaawai'
ard, Winifred Graham, Esther Art-
d.u. Piton Rorlhan Spmld-
tnail, sicuai uikui
kraut, Anna Weldergoren, Reina
Sofer, r lora .auiman, is -k
lan, Ruth Bathmann, Martha Ham-
.ii. r, u.ll.n a H
uton, ana rjmuy (y. omwu,
Mif.' a:iU !. cphe.ft.ilad
ine nei "7,7
for October 25 and will be held at
. ,l u nasi....' rlnh Mrs
Maude Clinchard snd Mrs. Emily
Bolton win be co-hostesses.
For Television Play
..mm vadv rW It (1IPI Act.
ress Margaret Sullavan turned up
by proxy Wednesday night to ex explain
plain explain why she failed to appear for
fisR Siinivan. in a statement ls-
a ... i -..UI4nif ronra.
suea inrouga puuuw
sentative, blamed her disappear-
ance on iuiimiAiup4om.atv.0a
The 45-year-old veteran of stage
screen ana n auc r'v.r
, u V. n.ohlo in III VP thp
role "thi Kind of performance it
deserved" Bftd informed the pro-;
ducer lsst Sunchy she could not;
go on. ...
... e...iv.... mA ahfk was ttav-
M1S5 ouuavaii a.u "-r
mg with Wend., in th4 atatemen j
issued tnrougn puum-
m.L aualrw and rnnlintlPM
man uica mt.i. :
by her attorney, a. nuuam a..w
She was to hve appeared Mon Mon-dav
dav Mon-dav night on the Columbia Broad Broad-Miss
Miss Broad-Miss SuHavan laid she regretted
the- "inconvenience it has caused
!$?;" a tir...riv the
1 I-. ...cAnlpil npxl
pljy wouia ue Vt- -7-month
with another actress in Miss,
SuUavan s roie.
casting System's. "Studio One
M! LiT", Si ter
Mary Aquinas, a n.uui
nun and educafor who learned to
W '?L. -v fvl to can-1
ine naivum a.. -
awa as;.. Cilfbuan
ce the pisy wnen u
. j . k hrnorlcast time
iauea w amcai 1 .
and substituted a kinescope of a
P'Va.Fa ff. rM hat Fleix
Jaekson, tne proaucer r-
aBP,ren"L.T,'iH lTm Sunday
that she would not appear for
a I- UnsmalwV
To Make Visits
In Latin America
jnoraen, Baivi v..,..---.
RCARIB. is. scheduled to make
staff visits, during tne pen yvv.
22 to Nov. 12, to military missions
.j- iiii.. arlvianrv assistant
UH lliuiiai; ',-'.. T .tin
groups in many of the Laiin
1 r a. yt a T lOT.
He Will visit LOSta nice,
agua, Honduras, El baivaaor,
r-. V. 1 r.lamall
The purpose of his trip is to ful fulfill
fill fulfill the USARCARIB Chaplains
responsibility to iure adequate
religious facilities for military per-
nanal anH thoir families and to
nrnvrla pniinpplinff aarvires whert
requested and to cornmaie wnn
the local civilian clergy. .
Mrs. R. E. Malcalm
Arrive For Son's Wedding
Mrs. Ralph E. Malcolm of Ens!
Meadow, New York, arrived by
plane 011 Tnsrscay to aUend the
wedding of her son, Ralph. Jr., to
Miss Joyce Einogene Cockson,
winch took place on Thursday leve levelling
lling levelling at the Church of Our Saviour
in New Cristiba1. Mrs. Ma'colm
will visit on Hie Isthmus for about
Plan to Attend Church this Sunday
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
, 1 BALBOA, HEIGHTS, C. Z.
9:30 BIBLE SCHOOL Class for alt ages
, 10:40 "WINNING OUR LOVED ONES TO CHRIST"
Pastor WILLIAM H. BEEBT Speaking
"Childrw'si--- Robrt L. Snydr
6:30 B.T.U. Trlining In Christian Living
7:30 "WHAT EVERY CHRISTIAN SHOUlD KNOW
EVERYONE WELCOME NURSERY PROVIDED
c a. t ik. ...in... h.iueen tha Great Soutfc-
csvnitivaaiaiic 3 mt ,awaw i -
west snd the Canadian Border there'd be a "p1 f"
huddled ip fear... Wttaterer It tot, wherever It took him,
he had to find her. .. The biggest, rou.'i""?'",,
most beantifol picture ever made! See "THE SB ARSHEBfi"
in VistaVislon and Technicolor, starring John Wayne aad
co-starring Jeffrey Hunter. Vera Miles. Ward Bond and
Natalie Wood, which OPENS ON WEDNESDAY 17 AT THE
SFC Is Awarded
SFC Vincent OrUz Jr.. of the 74
85 Engineer Co.. Fort Clayton, re received
ceived received tfe Cpn!"iei'!aliO'i F'Vm
with Metal Pendant this p a t
He received the
mwrtwiona. sen 'ce
period .Nov. 1, 1855
avvfrd f )f
to Afid. 1,
I KAI-1SPELL, Mont. (UP1
A woman here retvrned a ttilfCe
I ticket fo the Dol'oe deiuw'-nt
a Jop.n wifi a note wh'c't K9 "ITf
liu,.vf...,i );?it get raid until th
1 first cf the mirth."
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rfrf PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, OCTOBER U,
Stengel To Seek Two More Pennants For Yankees
Casey Signs Two-Year
Contract At $80,000
Per Year, Health Good
in Tight Fite
Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT
"NEW YORK, Oct. 13 (UP) Casey Stengel, an
authentic millionaire who also is old enough to be
collecting Social Security payments, began plotting
plans for at least two more pennants for his world
champion Yankees today, at a salary of $80,000 per
Stengel was rehired yesterday
as Yankee manager under the
two-year contract, even though
he will be 68 at the completion
of it and has all the money he
ever will be able to spend.
"I dont see why I should
thin!: about quitting:," he said.
"I enjoy the job, my health is
good, and my boys come through
The annguncement by the
Tar 'tees con rmed a United
Pess e::r!nc've of last Aug. 17
f-p Stengel would get the Job
C-'-y Crsey, who once again
co "ou:'ded the. baall world
tr eoditfj from an 0-2 won and
lc: czl:". t in use Wcrld Eei.es
to r.'2! the classic with Brooklyn
i 1 r.-. ; n gcjnes, wr.s assured by
f sr?l Manar-er George Weiss
t he eou!d put another
Tt-corj;ending team on the
L next season.
' "e don't intend to stand
8'!'!" said Weiss. "Brooklyn
s ccd prt end had trouble whi whines
nes whines tiis pennant this year. We
boi .0 provide Stengel with a
scienter .club netx year.
'-"..ensei's record speaks for
it sc f. In eight years he has
won seven pennants and six
Stengel began with the Yan Yankee
kee Yankee in 1949, sweeping to an un unprecedented
precedented unprecedented five pennants in a
rev fnd scccsssivs rrrrH S-'-s
conquests, of he Dodgers, Phil Phil-lb",'Glr.nts,
lb",'Glr.nts, Phil-lb",'Glr.nts, Dod-ers, and Dagg Daggers
ers Daggers in thr.t order. After Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland won the 1954 pennant the
Yankees were victorious again
the next two seasons, losing to
Ithe Dodeers In the '55 Serie
and winning this year. The only
year they lost the pennant they
won 103 games, the most in Ca
Stengel saw onlv one dark
spot in the Yankees winn'ng
"It'll make the other clubs
tough.r to do business with,''
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u i litxmtwy
by doctors ilnce 1112.
Do not risk your halttil
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iny druggist or vhir
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RIGHT REPLACEMENT Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Tech does it with numbers
and the pace isn't slowed when
Toppy Vann, above, is substitut substituted
ed substituted for Wade Mitchell at quarterback.
21 (BLACK JACK)
A fair size crowd witnessed
what many believe to be one of
most thrilling football games
ever staged locally. However, the
Balboa High School fans had
the greatest thrill in being able
to leave 'the stadium on the bet better
ter better end of a 7-6 score.
junior College threatened first
n-hpn little Joe Cieero took a
"npn-nicker" Dass in the left
flat and scampered forty yards
tn it.hP Rftlboa one vard line. Un
fortunately, 'on the following
play a Junior college half back
fnmhiferi si; the goal line and
tVip half time score was 0-0.
Nearing ,the end of the third
miarter RHS beean a drive
which, with the aid of a fifteen
vard unnecessary roughness
penalty against JC, resulted in a
Brute Bateman went over
from the three yard line for
the six points and was follow followed
ed followed on the next play by Owen
Sutherland for the all-Important
secenth point f
Junior College came back
strong with a neat mixture of
runs-and passes culminated by
Raybourne's pass to Fogel for
Attempting to put the root
back in isthmian football JC
elected to kick the ex;ra point.
Raybourne's kick was high
enough but to the right. By vir virtue
tue virtue of a smartly executed 'on 'on-side"
side" 'on-side" kick JC took possession on
the Balboa forty and with time
running out Raybourne fired in incomplete
complete incomplete to a Green receiver in
the end zone and the came was
over as the ball came to rest on
the end-zone turf.
Major Norman C. McCardell,
USARCARIB sports officer, has
done it again but this time he
has scored a hole in one on the
Font Amador golf course seventh
hole, a 209 yard drive.
Last week, he was playing In
a foursome when he drove his
ball 300 yards to the green on
the difficult fourth hole of the
Tuesday afternoon McCardelll
was playing with Lt. Col. L. C-.
Wood, USARCARIB special serv services
ices services executive officer, Maj. Jas.
L. Walker, port Amador Offi Officer's
cer's Officer's Club and Maj. M. C. Ches Chester,
ter, Chester, o-l.
McCardell stepped to the tee
of the seventh hole and with a
four iron drove the ball straight
for the pin. It rolled straight to
the hole and dropped in.
All his drives didn't end in
aces, however. On the 18th hole,
Major McCardell decided to use
his number two wood because he
was hitting the ball so hard.
When he teed off, the ball drib dribbled.
bled. dribbled. But the head of the club
went down the fairway almost
;o the green. Re had broken the
club with the forcf of his swing.
WATERBURY, Conn. -(UP)-Mrs.
Lucia Antonacci, 68, was
hospitalized because of in auto automobile
mobile automobile accident in which she was
injured. She stepped from the
wrecked car and tumbled down a
bank, suffering a concussion.
MARTIN GETS HIS MAN Yankees' second baseman Billy Martin has both feet off the
ground as he throws the ball (arrow) to first to nip Dodgers' leadoff batter Jim Gilliam in
the first inning of the sixth World Series game at Ebbets Field, Brooklyn, N.Y. Backing up
Martin on the play Is Gil McDougald.
'Mr. Millions Nashua Bids
Farewell To Racing Today
NEW YORK. Oct. 13-(UP)-
Nashua, who has earned more
money than any other thorough
bred in history, today was. a
heavy favorite to close out his
brilliant racing career with a
victory in the lung-busting $50, $50,-000
000 $50,-000 added Jockey Club Gold Cup
race at Belmorit park.
Seven horses were entered
for the two-mile race one of
the most important marathon
tests of the American turf
and a crowd upwards of 40,000
was expected to turn out for
Nashua's getaway perform performance.
ance. performance. He will be retired to stud
in Kentucky later this month.
In 29 starts over the last two
and one-half years, Nashua has
trotted into the winner's circle
81 times and piled up a record
bankroll of $1,251,961. Anoiirer
victory today will be worth $35, $35,-600
600 $35,-600 to his syndicated owners,
who purchased the son of Nas Nas-rullah
rullah Nas-rullah for $1,251,200 from the
estate of the late William Wood Woodward,
ward, Woodward, Jr., las, year.
Under the conditions of the
Gold Cup race, Nashua will
carry scale weight of 124
pounds, the same weight as-
signed Mister Gus, Plying Fu Fury,
ry, Fury, Honeys Alibi and Salmon.
Riley and Third Brother, the
other ente es, will shoulder on on-'ly
'ly on-'ly 119 pounds because they are
Miaier Gus probably will wind
PLAYING IT JUST RIGHT Dodgers outfielder Carl Furliio
plays the ball off the right field wall to hold Yankees' Yogi
Berra to a long single in the second inning.
ud as second choice. The Llan
gollen Farm representative finJtf13 Navy
ishe d second to Swaps in three
straight races in 'California this
year and then beat Nashua at
equal weights in the recent
Woodward stokes at Belmont.
MUSKIES BY TON
ALBANY (UP) Chautau
qua Lake, home of the type of
muskellunge bearing its name, is
becoming known as the greatest
musky producing lake in the
world. Anglers have been averag averaging
ing averaging nearly 30 tons of legal muske muskellunge
llunge muskellunge each year from the lake.
This week brought a few
changes In the league standings
in that the Police Assn. lost
three points and dropped into a
(tie for second place. St. John of
Wright was high for that team
with a 463 series followed close closely
ly closely by Schommer with 482. Mar
tin was high for the ponce witn
a 475 series.
Agenda Ram" moved up into a
tie with -Wright Bros, after be be-in
in be-in in third olace for a week.
They took three points from the
Navy leaving tnem in a tie ior
the ceHar with the Aces. Rudy
of Kam Insurance, had another
hot night by rolling a 597 series
to take high Class A honors for
this weelr. Another Kam bowler,
Johnson took high class O hon
ors with a 562 series. Hoppe oi
took class C honors
wtih a 558 series.
After beine in a tie for fifth
place last week, Casa Yohros
moved into a tie for fourth place
this week by taking three points
from Powells, dropping them
down Into sixth place. DeVoll
led tthe Plymouth men with a
499 series while Hogan led Yoh Yohros
ros Yohros with 547 followed by Wallace
with a 508.
Terminals are still leading the
pack even though they dropped
three points to the Aces. They
held a three point margin last
week. This week tthey leal by on-
OUT OF DOORS with b
CO WEST FOE THI
By AL McCLANE
THIS is the tine of year when
Pacific Coast anglers get not-
breath over the silver salmon run.
For those unfortunates who nev
er tackled what many believe to
be the greatest gamefish of all,
we can offer no solace except to
go West. Attempts to plant the
silver in other parts of the nation
have been most unsuccessful.
The body of the silver is elon
gated, differing chiefly in size from
the other salmon of the same spe spe-rcies
rcies spe-rcies sockeye, spring, pink and
chum. It has a conical head, and
needle-like 'teeth which are firmly
The back of the fish is a metallic
blue, and the undersurface is sil silvery.
very. silvery. The body is covered with
numerous irregular black spots
The flesh ranges from pink, to
bright red. The silver averages i
bout three feet in length at ma
tunty, and weighs anywhere be
tween six and 12 pounds, although
it has been known to go over 30
Maturity is usually reached at
the end of the third summer, when
ft leaves the sea and develops the
noosed snout of the spawning Ft
TOMOROW & MONDAY!
4 TOMOROW & MONDAY! 1M 9:00 1 30c
ft Seven bullets from here Ms woman would be waiting! I
Seven men from now her shame would be wiped out! I
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clfic salmon. Occasionally it lives
tour years, i
The silver's food is varied. It
lives on herring, pilchard and
sand-lance as well as other small
fishes squid and crustaceans. Its
sesh is second among the five va
rieties in protein content, and
turd in fat content, i
Although silver salmon are pri
marily taken by trolling in pro
tected bays from northern Calif
ornia to Alaska, they rise eagerly
to a fry and can be caught that
way both in saltwater and in the
rivers later this fall.
We once had the pleasure -of
making a movie on this grand
gameiish for the National Film
Board of Canada, at Campbel Riv River,
er, River, British Columbia. If you want
to get an idea of what It's all a a-bout,
bout, a-bout, clubs are invited to drop a
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FOR THE FIRST TIME
The Central Theatre, al
ways the first, takes pleasure
in announcing that the last
views of the World Series will
be shewn at the Theatre tonight.
ly two. Halliday led the Aces
with a nice Sll series. Graham
led. the Terminals with a 465.
Agenda Kam 12
Wright Bros. ......... 12
Casa Yohros .,
. 16T 167
702 775 717 2194
886 794 Ml 1U0
v S04 168
. 145 162
. ... 118 161
tV m i 180 183
. 133 184
143 167 490
123 141 296
148 220 455
157 160 474
820 753 712 3385
. 167 138
864 774 218S
108 137 284
167 154 467
173 137 Sll
161 149 444
155 170 478
76S 783 757 2283
Showing at Your Service Center Theatres Today!
DIABLO HTS. 6:15 8:18
"A KISS BEFORE DYING"
Cinemascope Color I
Sun. "The Court Jester"
Sunday "All That
MARGARITA 6:11 8:10
e Richard Burton
"RAINS OF RANCHTPTJR"
Sun. "Blood Alley''
CRISTOBAL 4:15 8:25
TOM AND JERRY
Sun. "Rebel Without a Cane"
I MB) BKvBBf V9B?RB(9llKTQSBSB9HBjBflB
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CHANDLER -MALONE I
SUNDAY & MONDAY!
PARAISO 6:15 8:45
THE CROOKED WEB"
SANTA CRM 6:15 8:20
"COUNT THREE and PRAT"
CAMP BIERD 6:15 8:48 "CAROLINA CANNONBALL"
tATURD AT. OCTOBER 13, 1951
ME PANAMA AMERICAS AN INDEPENDENT DAHT NEWSPAPER
Miss Passing Is Seen Too Much
AND THE RAINS CAME
By HARRY GRAYSON
DAT OF FURT
Locura de Mambo
THERE arj several intriguing
Pampt nn satLiirHflv hut tha nna a
lot of football men would like to!
see irois out mississiddi ana an-
derbilt at Oxrorc.
Here irr a rnnnle nf rnaohrs
Johnny Vaugiit or Ole Miss and
vanays An tiuepe, wno maxe
the SDlit T. rattier dull an most
other fronts, exciting.
In t.hp nnrrtTn .no m patina .Tnhn.
ny Blalack is expected to roll out
ana nit swut naiiDaciu witn
long passes often enough to give
the Rebles a 28-7 decision.
Michigan iacss a lone nasser
to complement the great end,
Ron Kramer, hut otherwise. anH
bouncing back after the reverse
by terrific Michigan State, has a
good hone or two too many for
Army, picked to lose by a touch touchdown.
down. touchdown. Ohio State backs move behind
animated tanks, should grind out
a 33.20 virinrv at Tlliniic
Oklahoma 'tju-ifie. aomthini;' COLON This, the third and
approaching competition for thenext'to last tn a series on Ches Ches-first
first Ches-first time this fall in the Dallas I terfield's tour of Colombia, will
Cotton Bowl, but has altogether i deal on the two games against
too much get-up-and-go and all-'the homestanding team of Me Me-round
round Me-round savvy for Texas. 'That delta.
will extend the Soonefs' national We divide a two-game series
mnHprn viptnrv ttrintf tn 33 This u-iti, thin tAaavi tl.H rinf
would be little ibort of fantastic beinjr 69 to 64 aealnst us and
- Also: -A
Keving McCarthy Dana
INVASION OF THE BODY
Dorothy Malone In
in Cinemascope ti Color!
R I 0
with Howard Keel
with Glenn Ford
CHINA CORSAIR 1
THE KID IN THE
By HERBERT, MOISE
were it not for the Hud Wilkin.
son lads' soft schedules.
Dentist Chair Is No Place
To Listen To Perfect Game
aimed one at Larsen, who threw
the Dodger third sacker out.
About then the ivory grinder
went into high gear again.
Finally, with the eighth stanza
over, Doc Marshman retrieved his
equipment from my mouth,
brought his ohair to floor level
and bade me ado.
I rushed to street level, waited
five minutes for a hack and sped
to the office. Bedlam had taken
Somebody said a character
named Dale Mitchell was so
"shook up" he left his bat on his
collar bone for a third strike. The
game was over.
It was a no-man-on-first per performance
formance performance for Don Larsen, whp
last year was sent back to the
minors to take a lesson in ball
pitching. First in World Series his history.
tory. history. I didn't see it, or hear it.
But I have been taught to be
lieve what I sea in the papers
SAVAGE ARMS TRAP SHOOT
TOURNAMENT TO BE HELD
The Savage Arms 100 Bird
Handicap Trap shoot will be
held at the Balboa Gun Club
Trap and Skeet Range tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. Shooting will start at 10:00
This tournament is being spon sponsored
sored sponsored by Margin, s.A the local
representatives of Savage, Stev
ens and Fox shotguns and ri
The winner of tis shoot will he
i presented as- fine double barrel
rox snoigun. .prizes win aiso
be given to the runnerSup.-
All shotgun shooters are cor cordially
dially cordially invited ito participate. The
general public is welcome. Cold
drinks and good food will be a a-vallable.
vallable. a-vallable. COMPARATIVE SAFETY
West Point (NEA ) Bob
Kyasky, a fabled but injury injury-riddled
riddled injury-riddled halfback, isn't the first
Army player to make the last-
ditch switch to the comparative
any ot tne quarieroacK role
Dong Kenna, with a similar back
ground, did it in 1944.
Dukt .1 dot, ami .surprising
Southern Methodist is picked to
be the Blue Devils' 20 13 victim
Louisiana State has a stout de defense,
fense, defense, but 48 players won letters
in Georgia Tech's first two out outings,
ings, outings, so the numbers have it in
Atlanta, 17 13. Rice smacked
LSU, 23 14, so should get over
In the first game, we played
in the costly but leaky coliseum.
Durinc the match nnr Knvc
started off in good fashion, then
midway in the first half he
Tommy Mont has Maryland off H"" came. Chesterfield had
the wrons font and thin: sHJUHt up a respectable learf rie
Ry HARMAN W. NICHOLS
WASHINGTON (UP) The score
was 1-0 in the fourth when Doc
Paul 'Marshman raised the dentist
chair up a foot or so.
Looks like a good day for the
Yanks,",- the pleasant, sandy sandy-haired
haired sandy-haired molar-filler said. "We'll lis listen
ten listen while we work on the radio."
A little Mack portable was Wat Wat-tirg.
tirg. Wat-tirg. Mioktv Mantle iust clobbered
a homer," Doc said. "That boy'sj
a money player.
. .Don Larsea set the hums down
in the fifth... tJackJ; Robinson, Gil
Hodges and Sandy Amoros.
"Open your mouth," the dentist
said. "Got to fill a eouple. You
ought to visit me more often.
Save you money."
As the fifth inning started, Enos
Slaughter, Billy Martin and Gil
McDougaM were scheduled to face
Sal Maglie, Mel announced.
Dap Marshman started hauling
ut his gear. A tongue-sprinkler;
hooked to lowers. Rolls of packed j
eotlon between cheek and gums.
' Sentence Scrambled
'"Slaughter ..." said' the an announcer.
nouncer. announcer. The rest of the sentence
was scrambled for me as the den den-tisr,
tisr, den-tisr, who must have had a hear hearing
ing hearing aid fitted to his ear pans start started
ed started chipping away at my ivory
I wanted to ask what happened
to country boy Slaughter, but not
knowing sign or wig-wag, I didn't
find out until I read it in the
At the start of the sixth, there
was slight lull. But after Carl Fu Fu-riilo
riilo Fu-riilo had pooped up to Billy Mar Martin
tin Martin of the Yanks, Doc started iu
fiddle -foxing around my molars
and lower, or ear corn chopppers.
Another moment of silence
came at the top of the seventh.
Gil McDougald, I heard the an announcer
nouncer announcer say. grabbed Junior Gil
liam's fly. And then started the;
There was 'g-r-r-r-r" with;
each pitch. And that went on for
the Ykaxee's half of the seventh.!
The good doctor was too much I
f a fan. He was acting like aj
crocs Between a bull pen pitcher
and a warmer of the bench. He
didn't mention that Larsen had a!
perfect game working. Right-tr-iiking
hall pi vers and tansj
alike are superstitious in cases
Alon' eame it, at. f J MA R,IUER C"ently riding at Golden Gate Fields,
other jockey in history, last month rone successive winners in
Edinburgh, Scotland, and Toronto.
on the wrong foot, and things
are doped to get worse against
Miami in the Orange Bowl, 20-7.
Kentucky belted Florida, but Au Auburn
burn Auburn is through making mis mistakes.
takes. mistakes. Navy has been somewhat im impressive
pressive impressive feeling its way, should
contain Tulane's speed in the
New Orleans Sugar Bowl. It's
Virginia Tech over William and
Mary, South Carolina over V i r-
gina and Clemson over Wake
Texas A. and M. has to be
given the nod at Houston, Baylor
at Arkansas and Tulsa on its
home grounds tgainst Oklahoma
A. and M., with both sides ring ringing
ing ringing the touchdown register rath rather
er rather freely.
Svrar ut matt h nntmannnrl
I by West Virginia in upperrNow
York State, but I'm sticking with
'the bright Orange.
Penn Ststp marta thinoa finish
for Army, and largely because
Holy Cross is fresh from leveling
on Colgate, we're stringing with
the Jfittany Lions ia their back
An llDSef rnilllf Harvard
beating Cornell This happened at
Ithaca under similar conditions
two years ago. Charley Caldwell
is morning aaotner superior
Princeton team, will nromnt v nut
Pennsylvania back into the lost
property department. George
Washington gets a shaky vote at
the second, 67 to 53 in our favor.
In these games we had to con contend
tend contend With a team taht. threr all
the ethics of good clean basket-
oau oui tne window and openly
used fbrce and blows to subdue
iihe Panama team.
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spite the ohysical beatint; they
took and despite the cold wind.
Then a strange thine happen happened
ed happened The roof leaked from one
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Hui was oniy with about four or l of the Antioquia star player, Ed-i
Jive minutes of play left. ison Christopher, who scored 44
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lnesterileld S time to nlv on who totalled V. nninta in turn
PITCH THAT MADE HISTORY Yankees' pitcher Don Larsen delivers TflSPftl
to Dodger pinch hitter Dale Mitchell for iht final otat In the firs' berfect mI.16'
Series history. The scoreboard behind second baseman ferttg 5m?
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Natrt Dam again has a fight on
its hands aealnat Ptirrln hut th
Choice is Paul Hnrnnnv and th
young Irish linemen, 21- 9. The
cnoices are Iowa over Wisconsin
and Minnesota over Northwest
em in cliff haneers. Mirhisan
State writes its own ticket against
amornia now nas its feet on
the ground, should prevail at
Oregon State, 14 6. A hopped-up
Washington varsity figures to re repulse
pulse repulse Oregon, 26-6. Washington
State isn't half bad. but UCLA
has its superior seniors back.
Go to bed early the night be before
fore before and enjoy the greatest game
NEW YORK (NEA) Kvle
Rete, New York Giants' half halfback,
back, halfback, finds Satin-day almnct -a.
as Sun! ...
e. former Snnthrn Vothniiti
star, has attpn vivan tum..iAn w
the Gumts- to be a special an announcer
nouncer announcer on a three-hour sports tel tel-eviiityi
eviiityi tel-eviiityi show the CBS network
puU on each Saturday.
. i j
The minute bi
" Rota has to grab a plane for
whereyer the Giants ore schedD schedD-d
d schedD-d to piay the next day. And
Coach Jan Lee Howeir is not inter inter-ejtad
ejtad inter-ejtad in bearing stories about
gounded airplanes or late trains.
BRAND NCW STUFF
UMVERSITY PARK, Pa. -NEA)
Charley Ruslavage, Pun
State reserve center, never plav-i
ed football ujUI reaching college.
the ORIGINAL WINDPROOF LK3HTER
No ne has
a eent for
ZIPPO MANUFACTURING COMPANY, BRADFORD, PA.
Garden State Has
For Horse Owners
CAMlDEN W j
Garden State 'Park insists it is
merely a race track, not a private
threat to the social security sys system,
tem, system, but its nuraea in nna uraaL-'e
racing leave the matter open to
On ftffthar 1A th. faa.1. .. ;n
- ulk mil
hand out $50,000 for the Trenton
Handicap. On the 27th, it will par parcel
cel parcel out more than $250,000 for the
Garden State a mile and a six sixteenth
teenth sixteenth test for two-vear -olds
Tn 370 w". wn by Prince
John, which na H a tui
The value of the race should be
though there is no ciiar
on the betting angle.
DETROIT (NEA) The iongcat
pass in the Detroit Uons' offi
sional footbaU record is the 97 97-yard
yard 97-yard aerial from Bobby Lav'efo
1953. 8 GrWn B,y
tnalr. sliDDerv half That u
Their half was sliopery but not
enough to affect their game as
much as nnr r.-ot-
sult Chesterfield blew their re-
.ectaoie lean and went down
to ttheir second defeat In as
scheduled t nio at ti
Tnere was ho sign of rain' and
the sun was the hottest since we
landed In Meitafiin n...
took advantage of this "good
w.y ana Diasteo away to a 14 14-pomt
pomt 14-pomt victory over an Irate An An-Uooulateam,
Mention should be made here
games, Christopher kept the
home team in contention. On
'the Panama ledger, Aikman
with 16, DeLeon with 13 and
Perez with 12 tried to stave off
the first night. loss and once a a-gain
gain a-gain Perez with 18, Agard with
17. DeLeon with 10 and Noel
with 12 combined efforts to win
on the morning show.
A compilation of the teams'
scoring shows that Antioouia
scored 69 points in the first
name and 53 in the second for
122 points while we scored 64
and 67 points for a grand total
of 131 outseoring our rivals by
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LU Btiari ?
Kobbe Little Leaguers Begin
To Get Ready For 57 Season
The Dodgers and Yankees' by the third of January At that"
mo nel-ert mirov t1Salr ..lti """umy. At ina.
nave cacked awav then- near
and the last pop bdltle has been
picKea up tram bemna tne third
Base- coachlhg box at Eobets
Field, but for the Fort Kobbe
Little Leaguers spring training
nas just begun.
The tint game in the Canal
Zone Armed Forces Little Leaeue
is not slated until January, and
tormai practice won't begin mi
til November, but
pleasant thud of horsehMe a
gainst leather can be; heait out
side the quarters of an evening.
Several bovs return from last
year's championship cliib at
Kobbe, and with applications be being;
ing; being; accepted until October 22.
Raymond Banks, who will man man-ago
ago man-ago the club, and his -two assis assistants,
tants, assistants, Carroll Wines and Wil William
liam William Cornish, hope to field an another
other another fine team
A new rule introduced into the
Little League play this year, re re-ouiring
ouiring re-ouiring that every member of
the major league team play ten
per cent of the total innings
played by his club, puts th even
greater emphasis on depth.
ThP program is broken down
Itno divisions. Fifteen boys will
be on the major leage team. In
ndd':ion there will he two ru
th ree minor leaeue teams, and
as many additional form clubs
as are i necessary.' As Maior
Banks pointed out in outlining'
juans i or me lorincommg sea sea-son,
son, sea-son, the program Is designed toH
eive every boy an opportunity to
learn (to nlay; every boy who
turns out will play.
In order for a bby to particl particl-pate
pate particl-pate in the program ah applica application
tion application must be signed by one of I
the boys parents and forwarded
to Post Headquarters.
The maor league 'am will be
selected and contracts submit submitted
ted submitted to the C&VW1 Zone Armed)
Forces Little League Association
j at bub
Uttlfa a seDaratp fnntrort rUt
- v-iiv.wva; Wall IJB
effected between each Darent
and the Association.
.Major Hague games will be
played on Mondav and Thnr.
day afternoons a': 4:30. with
practices tentativeiv sat. frr
Tuesday and Wednesday after
noons ana jgaturaay mornings.
A teenage team, comprised of
hntre fnnn. 14 aA It .1-. i
rr tJ lO VU'a, Will HIKU DC
the formed if there are suffittiWt
tlended with Genius
& Mellowed with Ago
THE ONLT RUN OF THE GAME DodgefsJim 'oiUUm
crosses home plate to score the winning run In the inth
lining of the sixth World Series game. Waiting to greet Gil Gilliam
liam Gilliam is Gil Hodges. Umpire is Hank Soar.'. Gilliam scored on
t Robinson's sing!e.
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Alabama State 14, Morehouse 6. u
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PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding & Jumping Classes daily
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Sen. Joe McCarthy
In Colliers' Story
APPT.ETfWJ. WiS.. Oct 13
(UP) Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy J
took some vernal, pottes a ior ior-mer
mer ior-mer Foreign Aid Administrator
Paul Hoffman yesterday over an
article In colliers Magazine.
Hoffman referred to McCar McCarthy
thy McCarthy as "one of three Senators
who have no place in the new
McCarthy ans w e r e d the
charge with a smile, saying
Hoffman had only one service
to offer to humanity.
"He could will his skull to
science for research into how
a man with no brain can live
that. Inner." said the Senator.
McCarthy also scalded the
magazine saying. "It would have
been easier forWiemif they had
merely reprinted the Daily
The other two senators cited
by Hoffman were William Jen Jen-ner
ner Jen-ner of Indiana and George Ma Ma-lone
lone Ma-lone of Nevada.
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
ARIAS, MATUSS1 A ASSOCIATES
.Banet rtdiicUrio 1'1
Cemento Panama 13
Cerveceria Nacional .... U
Chiricana do Lech. .... U
Fret, with Com.
BeatUadora Nadenal ...
Prof, with Com. mm
Plnantaa. S. A.
Pref. with Com. ..,..
ruerxa J Luz Pref. ... 47 11
ruorxo y Lua Cant. ... SO
Hotels ulter.merlr.no.. S4
General de Segnreo .... S
Paruunefta de Acettee ...
Panamefta de librae ... SI
Panamens de Setruro. .. 13
PanameAa de Tobnco ,. IS
Tes'ro Be! I. vista
lean o Central MS
ATTENTION, G. I.! Jwt built
modern furnished jprtments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold Wllor.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Furnished, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living-dining room, two
bathrooms, porch, cool. 48th St.
No. 27, Apartment No. 4.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment at San Francisco, beside
Roosevelt Theater, overlooking
SAS Commissary Via Portal
120. Phono 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Beautiful apart apartment
ment apartment in Campo A leg re: 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, porch, dining room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, bath and hot water, maid's
room. For married couple with without
out without children.' Apply personally
51st Street, next to tho Guate Guatemalan
malan Guatemalan Embassy Available for
November the first.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished two-bedroom apartment,
$65. Army inspected. For furth further
er further information, call Balboa 2 2-2807.
2807. 2-2807. FOR RENT: Now, screened,
throe bedroom apartment, two
baths, kitchen, living dining
room, porch, garage, independ independent
ent independent maid't room, bath and laun laundry
dry laundry porch, hot water installation,
$130. Near Santuario Nacional.
Available October 1 5. Telephone
2-0481 office hours.
FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, small kitchen and bath bathroom.
room. bathroom. Apply personally to Fabre Fabre-ga,
ga, Fabre-ga, Cast 29th Street (rear of 1
"Mercado Vasco"), from 10 to
12 and 3 to 6 p.m.
FOR RENT: Modern 2-bod-room
apartment completely fur furnished
nished furnished or unfurnished in Campo
Alogre development, across from
Hotel El Panama, For further
particulars please telephone 3 3-6077.
6077. 3-6077. FOR RENT: Extremely cool
2-bedroom furnished apartment,
"II Cangrojo," near Hotel El
Panama. Hot water Included; all
utilities. For information phone
nfshed apartment. Golf Heights,
$70 monthly. Phono 3-4382.
Art's Play's Nil;
Mrs. Miller, loo,
As Londoners Gape
LONDON. Oct. 13 (UP A
view of Marilyn Monroe in a red
satin sheath dress was more
inspiring than her playwright bus-
Dana s work, A view f rom the
Bridge," London theatergoers
The play, technically forbidden
to be shown in Britain, brought
good reviews. Marilyn brought
out the police.
Thirty policemen struggled to
hold back the crowd that con converged
verged converged on the Comedy Theater
last night when Marilyn appeared
m platform sole evening sandals
and a gown that appeared to be
a sausage-tight wrapping of red
satin that rose from ankle to a
point slightly above the censor
wear a gangway or someone
will be killed," an official shouted
when the star and her husband,
Arthur Miller, arrived with Sir
Laurence Olivier and his wife,
actress vivien L,eign.
Marilyn smiled nervously,
Miner looked glum. The crowd
iney entered the theater anrl
I sat down to watch Miller's nlav
'which had been a hit on Broad-
way but which had been binned
by the British lord chancellor
because it dealt with homo
The art theater evaded the ban
by presenting the play through
club membership with dues of 70
cents. Technically, it was not a
legitimate theater performance
and thus could be staged.
Marilyn's fans managed to get
in by battling their way past
guards down to the third row
where the actress sat with her
husband, hiding some of her
curves under a mink cape. Miller
sdi silently, annarent v reined
to the furore over his wife.
The audience cheered the first
act and crowded around the
Millers at intermission.
When the production pnnVH
there was loud annlause anrl price
oi amnor- filled the theater. But
,, .. .. . -
Jtiuier did not budge.
"1 could not get out of my
seat," he said later.
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HOTEL EL PANAMA
CALL: Pan. 3-4568 Colon "I
FOR SALE: Duo to urgent trip:
living room tat, cost $600, toll tolling
ing tolling tor $125, dining room tot,
cost $500, tolling tor $125;
double bod with tpring $20; new
Frigidaire refrigerator $50; Ben Ben-dix
dix Ben-dix wathing machine $50. A real
bargain. 48th St. No. 27, Apt. 4.
FOR SALE: I complete set tra traverse
verse traverse drapes, dining room tct,
miscellaneous household items.
No. 45 9th Street, San Francisco
de la Calcta.
FOR SALE: Brand new 60-cy-cle
Westinghouse vacuum clean cleaner
er cleaner with attachments $39; 60 60-cycle
cycle 60-cycle Silvortono radio-phonograph,
practically now $50; ma mahogany
hogany mahogany china closet $10. Laval Laval-lee,
lee, Laval-lee, 794-B, Tavernilla or call 2 2-2488.
FOR SALE: 12 pieces Rattan
living room furniture, teak desk
and chair, teak silver chest,
chow bench, nest of tables, wall
shelves, pictures, wall decora decorations,
tions, decorations, misc china and glass, 2 ta tablet
blet tablet (small), dressing table,
lamps, kitchen utensils, miscel miscellaneous
laneous miscellaneous household items. House
1 345-A 15th N.D. Phone 2 2-3000.
3000. 2-3000. FOR SALE: Westinghouse
Laundromat 60-cy,, good condi condition
tion condition $100, no less. Curundu
7225 after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: Leaving immedi immediately.
ately. immediately. Miscellaneous household
goods and ladies tweed coat site
18. Phone Balboa 2-1567.
WANTED: Library Assistant
for Atlantic Area Army position.
Preference given to college grad graduate
uate graduate with library training or ex experience.
perience. experience. Apply to Staff Libra Librarian,
rian, Librarian, Special Services, USARCA USARCA-RIB,
RIB, USARCA-RIB, Building 156, Ft. Clayton,
WANTED: Person or group to
work in radio publicity field. No
Investment. Phono 3-0471, P.O.
Box 1045 Panama.
WANTED : Spanish and English
speaking salesman with chauf chauffeur's
feur's chauffeur's license. Phone 2-1060
Four Tennis Stars
Serve Off In Meet
Four outstanding tennis stars
the co-champions of Sweden, Chi Chile's
le's Chile's number one players and Pana
ma s Jonny Sapp will meet
other Tuesday night at the El Pa
nama Hotel in a round-robin com
petition, beginning at 8.
There will be three singles
matches and a climatic doubles
From Sweden comes co-champs
Utf Schmidt and Sven Davidson,
from Chile Louis Ayalo and as
host player, Sapp El Panama's
professional. Pairings have not
been announced by promoters Joe
Cunningham and Dick Dehlinger.
The players begin serving at 8;
but at 7 p.m. the bar and restau
rant will open for guests.
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lIUi 1VSlVAJ-j vn bw6
Anne Baxter and Sterling
one of tho most advanced
The locale of the film is
and San Diego, California,
a de luxe swindler, whose
least, Straigiiiens oui nrr
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pursing iwbc ia v j "J
ner in crime, whom she
Ufe. bat who pursues ner
ON which warns uw ihuksuax ia a
FOR SALE: 1948 Bukk Road Road-master
master Road-master 4-deor Sedan. Very dean
I -owner car, radio, heater, pre premium
mium premium tires, new battery, $350.
tjtrt. Ill Albrook. Phono 86 86-4279.
4279. 86-4279. FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
Six Fordor Sedan. Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. House 1 24-B Gamboa.
FOR SALE: 1955 Studebaker
Champion 4-door, excellent con condition
dition condition $11 00. Albrook 86-5237,
6-8 p.m. MSgt. Clark.
FOR SALE: 1953 Oidsmobile
"88" 4-door sedan, two-tone
grey, excellent condition 5433 5433-B,
B, 5433-B, Endicott St., Diablo. Phono
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet
Station Wagon 4-door, 9-pai-senger,
radio, etc. Phono Curun Curundu
du Curundu 83-2297.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet
4 -dr. tedan deluxe, automatic
trantmission and other accesso accessories,
ries, accessories, like new, very low mileage,
ten months eld. Owner must sac sacrifice,
rifice, sacrifice, make offer. Phono Bal.
FOR SALE: 1956 Plymouth 4 4-door
door 4-door station wagon, 3000 miles.
Call Kobbe 5144.
FOR SALE: Oidsmobile "91"
convertible, excellent condition,
excellent tires, new battery,
'leather upholstery, run 13,000
miles only. Phone 2-3000.
Amador To Be Site
Of 4 New Held
Fort Amador will be the site of
one of few f ie-ld dUcltments
which will supply Army aviators
with global flight information serv
ice, Department of the Army has
The detachments are being o-
perated by the Signal Corps. The
other three will be located at Tok
yo, Japan; Fort Richardson, Alas
ka; and Heidelberg, Germany
The detachments will provide
data for Army air operations in
critical world areas.
Army aviators in the past have
relied on flight information four-
nished by other government agen agencies,
cies, agencies, which is reliable but often in incomplete
complete incomplete since it does not cover
vital facts on Army National
Guard and Reserve aviators.
The manuals are supplemented
by weekly revisions supplied by
the Army aviation flight division
under the Chief Signal Officer, the
The new service will provide na
vicational aids, radio facilities
ariway routine, radio procedures
radar information, danger area da
ta, and instrument let-down and
kit pnmaniip drama. SttfTlIlf
Hayden, is filmed In SBperscope,
types of wide screen projection.
La Pax, a Mexican seaside resort,
wit Miss Baxter starring as a
love for Hayden, for a time at
.i Tti inn inn.
uaiigcnjua caster;'. r r
1nh Hnvt a. MllU Raxtf f S Bart
deserts when love comes into nrr
to a tragic ena. oe
PHILLIPS Oce.ns.de Cottages,
Santa Clara. Rax 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1877, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
Spend your week ends at Rio
Mar, the boat bathing beach in
the Republic, with all conveni conveniences.
ences. conveniences. Moderate prices. The new
management is anxious to serve
BEACHSIDE vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel's comfortable heutet.
Phone Thompson, Balboa 1772.
Gramlich's Santa Clara leach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phono Gamboa
FOR SALE: Cheap. German
calculating machine. New. Ke Kernel
rnel Kernel Mark. Cash or terms. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-2217.
BEERS: Amstol, Dutch, clear; Oy Oyster
ster Oyster Stout, black English beer
with extract of oyster. Distribu Distributors:
tors: Distributors: Enrique Halphen tr Cia.,
Inc., Phono 2-3161.
FOR SALE: Puppies (lexer).
Apply: Manager, Paul's Meat
Market, Ave. 102, diagonal
across Hotel Intern. clonal.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS FERROUS SCRAP ME METALS
TALS METALS FOR SALE: Sealed bids,
far opening in public, will be re received
ceived received until 10;30 a.m., October
26, 1956, in tho office of Su Superintendent
perintendent Superintendent ot Storehouses. Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, for approximately 3,510 net
torn of f Ferrous Scrap Metals lo located
cated located at Section "I," Balboa
Storehouse, telephone 2-3110.
Invitation No. 296 may be ob obtained
tained obtained from the above source, or
from office of Superintendent of
Storehouses, telephone 2-1815.
FOR SALE: 30 sheep. Cativa
Highway. Call Phono 996, Co Colon.
lon. Colon. Banks Give Honey
For Political Use
CHICAGO, Oct. 13 (UP) For Former
mer Former Gov. Dwiaht H. Green said
it has been quite normal for bank bankers
ers bankers to swap political sampaign con contributions
tributions contributions for state fund deposits.
Green, now chairman of a sub suburban
urban suburban bank closed by convicted
ex-Auditor Orville E. Hodge, testi testified
fied testified Thursday before a Senate
committee investigating whethere
there has been any violation of
federal banking laws involved in
these political contributions.
Meanwhile, a teller at Green's
bank at Elmwood Park reportedly
admitted embezzling $26,000 from
Authorities said Chester
ski allegedly confessed the
and made partial restitution with
73,500. He was picked up by FBI
agents Thursday night.
Bank officers collaborated with
FBI men to obtain. the confession.
"There is no sense in playing
ostrich and hiding your head in
the sand about this," Green said
in response to a question by Sen.
John Sparkman. The Alabama
Democrat had asked if there whs
connection between the de
posit of public funds in certain
banks and the political donations.
'It seems to me that if someone
does a favor for you, you're going
to reciprocate if you can," Green
said. He added that this was a
"practical aspect of banking, and
that he was not discussing the
morals of ethics of sucb a prac
The former Republican gover
nor suggested that the committee
recommenl legislation "prohibit-
iting political contributions by
banks having funds insured by"
the Federal Deposit Insurance
Hodge closed the Elmwood Park
bank in 1953 for alleged irregulari
ties, when it was reopened a few
weeks later. Green was in charge
and Hodge held a $300,000 interest.
Wins St. Paul's
The contest sponsored by the
parochial organizations of
Paul's Church, came to a close
last night with Juana Barnabas
taking first place
The order in which the contest
ants finished is as follows:
Juana Barnabas, (Rose) Wom-a-'s
Auxiliarv Groun 2: Lorraine
Dunbar, (Carnation) W. A. Group
1, Altar Guild; VUma LeConte,
(Gladioli) Choir Guild & G.F.S.:
Julieta Fergus, (Lily) Fleur de
Society; Marcella Bowen. (Dah
lia) Knights of St. Paul, Acolytes
The coronation of Queen Juana
I will be held next Friday at the
Mechanics Club. There will be lots
of surprises and novelties in store
for all who plan to attend the
BOX 2031. ANCON. C.Z.
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
WANTED: Financial partner
for profitable business. Write
this paper "Financial Partner."
Experienced cook, pastry maker,
seeks employment: hotel, Amer American
ican American home. Reftrence, live in.
lit Street, Juan Diax, house on
Responsible Panamanian widow
seek position caring for infant
andor young children. Can sleep
in. Referoncos. Many years ex experience.
perience. experience. Call Balboa 2-6344
(Z Credit Unions
To Observe 'Day'
Local observance of Internation International
al International Credit Union Day next Thurs
day, will be with the presentation
of several commemorative pro programs
grams programs sponsored by the Fedral
Credit Unions operating in the Lav
in American communities in the
International Credit Union Day
commemorate the founding of the
first credit union in 1848. It comes
as the climax of Credit U n i o n
Week observed annually the third
week of October. This year some
nine million members of these
self-help thrift associations in
North America will be joined in
holiday celebration by credit union
people through Central America,
and other countries of the Western
Tentative roster drawn up for
the celebration of Credit Union
Day bv the five credit unions in
elude the showing of two motion
picture sound filtps on the credit
union movement entitled "Forgive
Us Our Debts" and "Kiag's X."
These films dramatize the in insurance
surance insurance achievements of the cred
it union and brings forth quite
simply for the benefit of the cred credit
it credit union membtr a better undr-
standing of these accomplish
Program schedule for the show showing
ing showing of these films in the various
communities are as follows:' Paci
fic Service Center on Oct. 20 at
7:30 p.m.; Paraiso School library
Oct. 19 at 7 p.m.; Santa Cruz Au
ditorium on Oct. 17 at 6:30 p.m
Rainbow City School Study Hall
on Oct. IS beginning at 7 p.m.
All credit union members, their
families and friends are invited.
Red Italians Agree
-To Join Yugoslavs
VIENNA, Oct. 13 (UP) A top
ranking party of visiting Italian
Communists nas agrted to nor
malize relations with the Yugos
lav League of Communists, the se
mi-official news agency Yugopress
"The leadership of the Italian
Communist party recognizes the
right of the workers' movements
to adopt the road which best fits
conditions in tneir country, me
This was hailed by high-ranking
Yugoslav Communist sources as a
victory for President nto "aespiie
the Soviet Communist letter criti criticizing
cizing criticizing Yugoslavia."
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National Theatre Oct. 16
Via Espatia ft 45th St.
Slipcovers, re-upholstering. Best
pricet in Panama. For estimates
call 3-4628, Herts Co. Free
pick-up and delivery.
FOR SALE: In Chorrera 44 44-45
45 44-45 hectares. All kinds of fruit
trees, water all year. Good for
cattle, chickens, and pigs. Plan
and papers. A largo house, good
for business. It is a two-story
house with 9 rooms House 7741
America Ave., Chorrera. Make
FOR SALE OR RENT: 3-bed-room
house at No. 1 05 First St.,
Us Cumbres. Call 25-3121; al also
so also 3 front lots.
FOR SALE: Completely fur furnished'
nished' furnished' house' in Soacliff Acres,
overlooking the sea at Santa Cla-
ra Beach: Living-dining area, 2
bedrooms, kitchen .and two in inside
side inside porches, built-in barbecue.
Call 3-2052 from 6 to I p.m.
FOR SALE: A 3-bodroom resi residence,
dence, residence, hall, dining room & kitch kitchen.
en. kitchen. Down payment $5000. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-6411 during office
hours, after, residence 3-0434.
Wanted to Buy1
WANTED: One 26" Engliih
girl't bike. Call Bal. 1805.
WANTED: Dachshund, female
preferred. Call 5-366.
FOR RENT: Furnished room or
small apartment. Cooking facili facilities.
ties. facilities. Excellent location.. 43rd
Street No. 13.
LESSONS: French, English,
Spanish or German. Experienced
teacher. Cheap. Write Mr. John
Dubois, Drawer "K," Ft. Ama-dcr.
.dflnflOBBsnt JbbbI bbbV
I' Jl' m
GERI MeGRIFl Cheerleader Captain of Balboa High School
for last night's successful game against Junior College, oen
served as chairman for an inspiring pep rally held yesterday
morning in the Balboa Gym.
EXPERT WATCH -MAKER
Box 1016. Ancon
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet:
2 bedrooms, living-dining room,
porch, kitchen, garage- Samuel
Lewis Street No. 4, facing Bis Bis-kayna
kayna Bis-kayna offices. Phono 3-2795.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet
2 bedrooms. Irving-dining room,
bathroom, kitchen. Apply 45 E.
No. 2-241, Bell. Vista. Phone
3-5351, 8 a.m. to 8 p m.
FOR RENT: Furnished two or
throe-bedroom chalet. Opposite
Juan Franco. Call 3-4207.
WANTED: Experienced cook.
Good salary. Bring references.
Must sleep in. For further infor information
mation information apply Starling's Garage,
14th Street b Bolivar Avenue,
bouse No. 3,200, Colon.
WANTED : Maid for housework.
Must speak English Apply to today
day today 762-A, Barneby St., Balboa.
FOR RENT: Chalet near Hotel
El Panama. Phone 3-6074.
On Atlantic Side
The two week Leadership
Training Coure sponsored by the
Local council, International Boy
scouts of tie Canal Zone, which
began at the Paraiso Scout
Shack and Rainbow City Scout
Shack respectively on Saturday
evening September 29, will, be
completed this weekend (tonight
13th), with an over night camp
on the Atlantic side.
The Pacific side trainees num numbering
bering numbering 24 from the internation international
al international Boy Scouts and 12 from the
Panama Boy Scout Association,
will travel by train this evening
to Colon to join the At'suti" ?,rfe
qroup numbering 36 from Rain
bow City and one iiom Colon;
a tdtal of 73 altogether com complement
plement complement of eight Patrols.
The youngsters are quite en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic over the training pro program
gram program and looB 'forward to re receiving
ceiving receiving thelf ctlf icates attest attesting
ing attesting to their efficiency in leader leader-shin
shin leader-shin in the great world move
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN Alt UTOEFENDEN1 DAIIT NETfSPAPDt
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Demise Of American Labor Party
ill Puzzles Political Observers
WASHINGTON, Oct. 13 (UP)
Somebodv should get going on a
political who-done-it exposing the
murder, suicide or whatever it was
of the late American Labor Party.
The known facts are formidable;
the unknown even more 10. For
the information ol those who were
looking elsewher.at the time, the
American Labor Party (ALP) was
invented in m to help make the
re-election of Franklin 0. Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt almost unanimous.
It never spread beyond the
boundaries of New York State.
Specifically, ALP was created dur during
ing during the 1936 campaign to permit
independent but largely left wing
voters who were not Democrats to
vote for FDR without becoming
members of the Democratic
cw born ALP contributed
274.924 New York votes to Mr.
Roosevelt in 138.
In 1M0 the late Wendell L. WiU WiU-kie
kie WiU-kie opposed FDR, and this time
the ALP was decisive in New
York State. The 417,41 ALP votes
cast for Mr. Roosevelt enabled
him to defeat Willkie there.
! ion fh Communists had
kidnaped the ALP and piled up
nearly 500,000 votes lor run m
the U44 election without which he
would have lost New York to Re Republican
publican Republican Thomas E. Dewey.
There was a significant change
in INI when President Truman
wis opposed by Dewey. This time
the ALP was the heartbeat of a
nationally organised new party
f. which nut ua Henrv A.
Wallace as its presidential candi candi-it
it candi-it aiiif irslf th Proeres
she Party nationally. .but retained
the Aur name in new xur.
Van.- VnrL-' AT P hn'tH I h 2
Democratic presidential ticket in
1S4S, casting 508,55!) vies lor wsj
!.. -la nam nr'rUrt.il rant
n-.ri-..ri of ihnt vnten not
aUCommturist but All contrclled
by the Commies the Democrats
lost New York for the first time
Came 1952 and ALP again had
its own presidential candidate,
one Hallinan, whose New York
vote shunned to a mere 64,000.
Two years later, with its own can candidate
didate candidate for governor of New York,
ALP polled less than 4t.Mp votes.
That was 2.000 short of the min
imum requirement for a political
party to keep its place on the bai
The Communists announced this
week that the ALP state commit committee
tee committee had dissolved the organization.
On Cotton Exports
TOKYO, Oct. 13 (UP) Japa Japanese
nese Japanese business firms are flooding
t.h Trad Ministry with annlica-
"tions for cotton goods exports to
the United States under dummy
contracts, the newspaper Ninon
K'.ai reported todv.
Their purpose, the economic
journal said, Was to pad their ex export
port export record in order to get a big bigger
ger bigger allocation when restrictions
are placed on shipments of these
products next April.
Japan promised to curb exports
of cotton products from the start
of the 1957 fiscal year in April.
It planned to give export quotas
to leading companie on the basis
of their report record"
Ninon Keizai said the dummy
contracts were resorted to in or or-Amr
Amr or-Amr t maka the exnort business
I of the firms look bigger than they
actually are and get a bigger,
'share of the allocation.
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Eden's Conservatives Threatened;
Labor Party's Popularity Mounts
LLANDUDNO, Wales, Oct. IS
(UP) Prime Minuter Anthony
Eden winds up the 156 Converva Converva-t.ve
t.ve Converva-t.ve Party conference today with
a speech his Deckers hope wul
i ve the party a united front for
n :t year's general election.
i'a avoid any runner spm in
party ranks, Eden was expected to
confine nis speecn 10 eui -marks
en foreign policy and the
The party's annual eenferenee
thiv wee ha bee far f r m
peaceful, end political ebserv
ir, believed its hedere were
Xtaa i.. r.m unlfiad today.
The farmers were angry about
imported beef especially I rem
lL wniuiimM were disturb
ed y the government's talks
uniting Britain an me
weelth with Western
. new economic mfafratien
i-.i tk.i-a- sham criticism
of the government's policy on the
s r.-.sis. aunougn i u v
INDcPENDcNT SVS. I f CV-
p oached nothing resembling
i roots revolt.
Conservative Party fceea
serous threat from the Socialists
And More $
ATLANTA, Oci W -gj
Defense Administrator Vtl Frter Frter-son
son Frter-son calls for more federal, aid to
strengthen the nation a c
Peterson addressed tie V S.
CivU Defense Council s fifth an an-nuai
nuai an-nuai conference Thursday mght
He said he favored six proposed
revisions of the Civil Defense Act
of 1950 to make the program ade
q The' revisions call for increased
federal grant-in-aid assistance
.-j .i;mi.nn of the SO per cent
federal aid restriction, federal aid
rcrnWino traininK and equip
ping Civl Defense unts, federal
autnonty no aoni rT!r
instruments to states and cities
the elimination of matching-fund
restrictions on bomb sheler con con-itrurtion,
itrurtion, con-itrurtion, and for "joint federal,
state and local civil defense re responsibility."
sponsibility." responsibility." a
In a, news jonierence, rewrwn
at the nation rounds out its last
year prior to the elections, which
must be held every five years.
The Labor Party wound up its
annual conference two weeks ago
with a new spirit of unity which
had been conspiciously lacking
during the past few years. Left
wma "rebel" Aneurln Bevan re
turned to the ranks of leadership 32nd YEAR
and won tne important post 01
treasurer of the party.
Public pinion pollr shew La Labor
bor Labor in a good position to win the
noxt oloction, with Labor it.'
here of voter sympathy a few
percent age points higher than
that of the Tories.
In recent by-elections Labor bas
scored Impressive wins or cut hea
vily into Conservative majorities
in areas traditionally considered
"safe" for Eden's party.
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA. R. P., SATURDAY. OCTOBER 13, 1956
New Reading Class
Starting In CZone
Another Company Government
reading efficiency class will be
stated Monday night at 7 o'clock
in the Personnel Bureau Training
Center on Roosevelt Avenue. It
will be first to be held at night.
The classes will be conducted
by Lleyd D. Murphy, Personnel
Trebling Instructor, from 7 to
1:30 p.m. Mondays and Thurs Thursdays
days Thursdays for eight weeks. The in instruction
struction instruction will bo the same as
hot offered to the regular day day-time
time day-time rapid reading classes which
are a part of the Canal organi organisation
sation organisation training program.
Students in the new night class,
include personnel from the Ex
ecutive Planning Staff and the
Office of the Comptroller. They
are Frank W. Blandin, Mrs. t. h.
Bull, T. E. Burrow, F, L. Denton,
R. K. Erbe, J. D. Hollen, J. D. E.
Maguire, George Girard, Albert
Jenkins, Daile D. Keigley, John
Montanve and James H. Selby.
Tentative Plans To Cut Armed Forces
Next Year Announced By Defense Chief
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WASHINGTON, Oct. 13 (UP)-without the draft "or
Defense Secretary Charles E.
Wilson announced tentative plans
yesterday to cut U.S. armed forc
es by 100,000 or more men next
year and to increase defense
spending more than 2 billion dol
some "confuses" this country's allies, like 4 to 6 per cut next year
He said he "never thought" it but "certainly ss" than 10 per
Wilson said a final decision on! was a nolitical matter
cutting manpower and increasing Nor, he added, can the United
inuuary speaing snouia oe made States do anything on a "uni
lateral basis" about ending H- this year's spending
Domo tests, ne said cutting we.soo.ooo. 000
by Dec. 15. The Eisehower ad administration's
ministration's administration's military proposals
for fiscal 195g Oartino Tnln 1
At the same time he denounced: 1957. win hp rpv-palpH when M
ji r .... 7. rruiiu fv Hi li uiu uui cause aie
Adlai E. Stevenson s conditions i Eisenhower sends his next budget Soviets to do likewise and u not
VrSuaLmTt:rnh Vl ""Sfc I .''.dd anything to toe seruy" of
.. w.vjuuH- oieveosun. uemocnue nresi- ihic .nun n
That wend mean a $1,5000,000,-
000 to ,200,000,000 Increase in
American armed strength after
World War II did not cause 'the
;ul It- . t . F,vo. ,mia luuiuiv.
SlDie. tie said it WOUld be Hpntial nimin hat nrnnncoH: tt. i.l.ii.j c j
impossble to keep morti than tha the draft be ended "at the ,d H-bomb suggestions an "ir-1 not to "pin
IS-,, fest Possible moment, consist- responsible api!!ach to some' figures yet.
2,gQ0.000-man armed strength ent with national security." He very practical and realistic his recomm
FBI Aids NY (ops
In Search Of Woman
Who Kidnaped Baby
NEW YORK, Oct. 13 (UP) -The
FBI aided police today in the hunt
for a heavy-set woman who posed
The figure for suggestions re
ceived pr one hundred employes
.ZAZZ-afKkaa! figure to
n-m.tin. constitute the bifgest aii-week-eld firl In kidnanine to" w" L W e Quarter
nr. w .:. ..... ... macl
roadblocks to an enecuve civh tne cmid trom a baby sitter
Gl Home Loan Co.
To Face Probe
By Federal Jury
COLUMBIS. Ga.. Oct. 13 (UP)
The conspiracy trial of three'
i a. 1 9
men ana two nrms cnargea wiu
defrauding t h e government in
handling GI home loan rights was
expected ot go to a federal dis district
trict district eourt jury today.
Both the government and the de defense
fense defense had rested their cases after
three, weeks of examination of
more than 50 witnesses and hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of documents.
Defendants in the case are
c rover Willis, Zeke Carter and
the Muscogee Mortgage Co., which
they head; H. I. Smith, an officer
in the mortgage company; and
Carter Realty Co.
The government charges that
the defendants conspired to per
suade veterans to sell their GI
he rights to non-veterans. Tne
defense claims that if the veterans
intended to seel their loan rights
tHfir intentions were not made
known to the defendants.
The stranger, a short, dark Ne
gro about 40 years old, chatted
amiably Thursday with the bahy
sitter, Mrs. Clarese Hall, before
offering to .take tiny Joanne Wells
and her brother. Richard, two, out
for some air and a good time.
Mrs. Hall, convinced that the
visitor knew the mother, Mr
Gloria Telemaque Wells, 24, .let
the woman leave with the baby
The boy remained with Mrs. Hall,
crying and avoiding the stranger.
The baby sitter did not know
she had permitted the baby to be
taken by a stranger until Mrs.
Wells, a nurses' aid at St. Mary's
Hospital, Brooklyn, came for her
Mrs. Wells went immediately to
the police station in the Bedford
Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn.
With her was her estranged hus husband,
band, husband, Sherman Wells, 38, a ma
chine operator, whom she met on
the street on the way to Mrs.
Police said no ransom has been
demanded and no note has been
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SUNDAY, OCT091R 14
Hong Kong Riots
Of Swiss Woman
HONG KONG, Oct. 13. (UP)
A Swiss woman died here today
injuries suffered in this week's
savage anti foreign riots, which
organized by Chinese secret so
Mrs. Fritx Ernst, wife of a
Swiss Vice Consul, was the first
white fatality of the riots. She
died in hospital of injuries suffer
ed when a Chinese mob overturn overturned
ed overturned the cab in which she and her
husband were riding, drenched it
with gasoline and set it afire.
Ms Ernest's death increased
the toll of the three day riots to
at least 27 dead. High police
sources estimated that the final
toll would be about 50 dead.
Police raided Lichenguk, t h e
settlement where the riots started
four days ago. and marched 1.
100 suspects off to headquarters
for questioning. The authorities
v -rked feverishly t o fingerprint
snn quesrion more man 3,00 sus
Adopted In Year
USARARIB's comptroller sec section
tion section announced recently, that in
the fiscal year 1956, this command
received 2317 suggestions sent iri
by military anl civilian personnel
of which 649 were adopted.
The adopted suggestions will
save the government approxi approximately
mately approximately $500,000.
Capt. H. Wilder. USARCARIB
suggestion awards chairman, said
that this was the second straight
year that this command led al
other Department of the Army
commands in the highest rate of
also urged that consideration be
given to ending U.S. H-bomb tests
if Russia will do the same
Wilson told a news conference
tie was "personally disturbed" by
raising of the draft issue because
it "deceives" Americans and
master Corps. They
mark of 19. 95.
The highest iward paid out in
USARCARIB was presented to
William A. Rohrbach marine
superintendent for the Transpor
tation Section, USARCARIB.
Rohrbach received $375 for sug
gesting a method in handling
Conex containtrs. As a result the
government will save approxi
mately $30,000 annually.
The Department of the Armv
said recently that an estimated
total savings of more than $18
million win result from sueees
tions submitted by civilian and
military personnel during the
nscai year i5b
To Red "Official"
MOSCOW, Oct. 13 (UP) A
group of 48 American and 5
Canadian businessmen had a
mas; interview today with first
vice Premier Anastas Mikovan
It was the first such interview
ever granted American business
men by a ranking Soviet govern
The group is travelinr orivatelv
under the leadership of Gilbert
Mackay of Mackav-Shieids Asso
ciates, New York business consul
tants, and New York attorney
They came here to discuss
mutual business problems with
the Soviet Union's too foreicn
Urged By DA, Cops
Of NY, And PhiHy
PHILADELPHIA, Ol IS (UP)
new York police oLicials confer
with Philadelphia authorities to today
day today concerning wide-spread vice
ring that lured t' en-age girls into
prostitution through promises of
Philadelphia Dist. Atty. Victor
Blanc said investigators had
learned tr.at a "main line charac character"
ter" character" had token a 15-year-old girl
oKaflT immoral pur
Blanc said he would meet with
the New York police delegation,
headed by 1st Deputy Police Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner James R. Kennedy. Two
police captains and a policewoman
from the department's confiden confidential
tial confidential squad accompanied Kennedy.
Information obtained from some
of the teen-age girls led to a raid
Thursday on a central city apart
ment, described as a "production
center" for the development and
packaging of lewd movies.
No one was in the aDartment
when police arrived. They found
quantities of obscene photographs
and films of nude models and of
About 30 girls have been aues
tioned thus far by police concern
ing operations of the ring, de described
scribed described by Blanc as the "biggest
and most outrageous" in the city's
Eleven arrests have been made
so far and more are expected.
Among the li are a suburban
Spring House, O. couple, ac
cused of using their house for
"wild parties," and Bernard Ja
cobs, 31, charged with using a
model agency as bait to lure girls
into the ring.
Wilson indicated he is consider
ing the same level of manpower
cuts 4 to C per cent. This
would mean a reduction of 112,000
But the secretary told newsmen
me down to specific
He pointed out that
recommendations are not final
matters." and have not been sent to the
Wilson safcl military spending, White House, where they would be
will rise probably "something subject to modification.
The Secretary s statement on
Law By Fire
TAMPA, Fla. Oct. 13 (UP) -Fire
chief Fred Dreves laid down
ths law to Tampa's firemen at a
special meeting Friday night
"We are not going out on these
fires half-dressed." said the chief
'You men have shirts and can
"There will be no more whistl
ing at women," he added.
Boys 5, Girls 4
Nine babies were born at Coco
Solo Hospital during the week
ending at midnight Wednesday,
according to the regular hospital
report. During the same period,
80 patients were admitted and 75
Babies were born, to the fol
lowing American citizens: Sgt.
and Mrs. Rosell Boyd, of Fort
Davis, son; AT-2 and Mrs. Leroy
Wesley, of Coco Solito. son; AL-2
and Mrs. Paul Murphy, of Coco
Solito, daughter; SFC and Mrs.
thur Furstenberger, of Guyaquil
Heights, son: ADCand Mrs. Ar
thur Furstenberger, of Gayaquil
Babies were born to the Mow
ing parents of Panamaian nationa
lity: Mr. an.! Mrs. Joseph Rob
erts, of Rainbow city Daughter;
Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Rose, of
Colon, son; Mr. and Mrs. Jorge
Morales of Colon, daughter; and
Mr. and Mrs. Nicolds Forde. of
USARCARIB FIRST Albert H. Evans, left, signs enlistment
papers in the USARCARIB recruitin office at Fort Amador
under the direction of M8gt. Frank O. Brace, center, as Maj.
Robert G. Rett chief, AG MPP, right, looks on. Evans is the
first man in the Canal Zone to sign up under a program which
permits high s. hool graduates who aie U.S. citizens to select
a service sctfool which they will attend upon completion or
(U.S. Army Photo)
Special Opportunities Cause
Two Young Zonians To Enlist
Special opportunities in train train-ning
ning train-ning have caused Albert H. Evans,
Jr.. 21. and George P Danshv 20
manpower cuts came after Sen.! both of Balboa, to enlist in the
mute raansneia iw-momj maae .us. Armv at the USARCARIB
public a letter, to Wilson demand
ing to know if reductions in men
and Air Force wings were being
recruiting office at Fort Amador.
and become the first and second
of their choice which they wiU
attend upon completion of their
Courses open under this pro program
gram program are varied. For example, a
person can enlist for training in
electronics, electrical mamien-
New TV Monitor
To Check False 1
WASHINGTON, Oct, 13 (UP)
The Federal Trade Commission to today
day today announced the creation of a
new investigation section to moni
tor radio and television commer
cials "for false and misleading
It said radio and television sta
tions have done a "generally good
job of screening out false adver
tising.' But it said the new mom
taring system "will offer even
greater protection to the public."
i. naroio scou, veteran FTC at attorney,
torney, attorney, will head the new unit. In
addition, attorneys in the commis
sion s eight branches New York,
Chicago, New Orleans. Cleveland,
Kansas City, San Francisco, Seat Seattle
tle Seattle and Washington will help
monitor commercials "on a part part-time
time part-time basis."
The commission has been spot-
chtcking scripts submitted by TV
and radio stations. But Alex Aker Aker-man
man Aker-man Jr., FTC executive director,
said this system "does not guard
against visual deception.
program for high school gradu
men recruited under a special! ance, precision maintenance, mo-
uir maintenance, graphics and
many other fields.
Evans is the son of Mr. and Mra
Albert H. Evans and Dansby is
the son of Mr, and Mrs. John C.
Evans has been accepted for
the highly specialized guided mis
sile field while Dansby has bee, 1 Dansby
accepted for training in aircraft!
components repair at Fort tst.s
Both men have attended Balboa
Junior College and both are of
Balboa High School. The two are
friends and attended college at
the same time.
They enlisted in the Army un
New South Denies
United States citizens to select
upon enlistment, a service school
Rioting Over AFB
Building In Japan
SUNAKAWA, Japan, Oct. 13 -(UP)
Hundreds of persons were
injured today in a fierce clash be between
tween between 2,000 police and 3,500 de demonstrators
monstrators demonstrators opposing the plan planned
ned planned extension of the hug U. S.
Tachikawa Airbase here.
Police announced that 53 of
their ranks were injured in the
The pickers, ..most of ..them
Unionists or Letrwmg students,
claimed 718 of their number
were Injured. This fhjure,' how however,
ever, however, was belived to include the
It was the second straight day
that police and pickets had bat
ted each other at this farming vtl
lage on the outskirts of T o k v o
where surveys are being attempt-
eu nir extension oi lacniKawa s
runways. On Friday, more than
260 policemen and pickets were
Sixteen pickets were arrested
tody. with systematically stealing more deny that reron hI!h0S
thon 5,000 gallons of gasoline from 2-ffl5K.!t.rf.port. on be.h,lf 9
The government called for po- motor pool trucks in the Nancy, ponsormg the ''''k
lice action yesterday after eigh!. Another 25 persons are un-fff"!!. Hll "J0 h.ow. how.
days of fruitless attempts to aendlder investigation. All are em-1 dealt w th in VhZ h Dem
pioyea oy tne oases.
! That statement is jost s ru-
A sixth man has been arrested mJr "0'IN!ilr sajd- "l be be-and
and be-and charged with stealing foodi? nv been votm8 r'8nt
rations from a cold storage plant l?ehmd r eToes. and tr bt
rented by the U.S. Army at Maxe-i?v' never Deen thrown out
vilU Si,rl tounlr Jr!.r, BerC
have been implicated.
der a program which provides (UP) Ton nWi,..'' ? 7
for. high school graduates who .reji TZ feLi!!
to New England newspapermen
that the new South discriminates a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst a Negroe's voting rights
A score of local citizens met
Wednesday night with 20 touring;
editors and publishers of New
Eng and newspapers to discuss
eai!?ent of NesToes in Mississip Mississippi.
pi. Mississippi. The visitors asked about vot voting
ing voting rights.
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NANCY. France. Oct. 11 nnn m""7" j V;.f"w'e0, eauor
French police announced today .7 to Wo ""good Srity 'Vat
the arrest of six Frenchmen on candidates sienwi Ik I
charges of stealing food.and gas- toey w0uld no c fSS
oline from American military the al.-Negro town 7f Mound B
They said five wer. eh,rH f6"1' ?ibing himself
rith ivtmti,.n ....ii-- .-.: vrage uusinessr,
French Arrest 6
For Stealing Gas
From US Bases
a survey team to Sunakawa in
tot out land needed for the air
5:S4 p.at.pects rounded up so far.
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speediest ROCKET IN HISTORY Shown above are three photos of the four-suse
rocket being launched at Langley Field, Va.. which the National Advisory Committee toe
Aeronautics said rt:h a record speed of ,8t mph more than 10 times the speed of sound
.With this scientific b-eak-through the government said the United States can plan construc construction
tion construction of intercontii.crtal ballistic missiles witn a speed of 13,200 np.i and "space craft" thai
will achieve speeds oi more than 20,000 mph
Police picked up pickets bodily
and removed them as they fought
When the picket line weakened,
government sureyors, protected
by a human police wall movel
in and commenced their work.
They completed their job for the
day at 4:3o p. m.
High Court Rules
Juice With Sugar
TALLAHASSEE. Fla ttTTM
me norma supreme Court has
ruled that a dulled orange juice
producer cannot add sugar to its
product unless the container is
The court reversed a Polk
Circuit Court decision which had
ruled the State Citrus Commission
could not prohibit adding of sugar
to the juice.
The suit involved Golden Gift,
Inc., of Delaldna Eustis.
The court's opinion, written by
Justices1 B. K. Roberts and Camp Campbell
bell Campbell Thornal, said chilled orange
juite m consiaereo rresn juice
by the consumer and the addition
of sugar would be a "fraud and
"Chilled orange juice" sold In
the fall would compete with or
anges wnich are tart and would
nave adverse effects on the econ
omy of the Flonda citrus market.
me coun said.
The decision was the first di
rect ruling on chilled oranae hiice
ana places tne cnilled mice un
der control of the quality state
curus code along with fresh fruit
and frozen concentrates.
The Supreme Court threw out
the injunction Issued in Polk Cir
cuit Court restraining the Citrus
Commission from enforcing regu regulations
lations regulations involving "additives" in
The ruling distinguished be
tween chilled juice and canned
juice in which sugar is permitted
because the nubSc considers
chilled juice as fresh.
Mound Bavou officials inM th
editors duri t their visit to the,
community that although they
turned out in heavy numbers at
the polls their votes on certain oc
casions were not counted.
DURANGO. ,Cnlo. Oct. 13 (UP) The editors left by a paddle paddle-imovic
imovic paddle-imovic actress Elaine Stewart will wheel boat on a four-hour trio'
be tried Oct. on charges of im- down the Mississippi River to
peding traffic on a bridge span- Natchez, Miss., as guest of the
'N On The Rock.
ning the Animas River.
Police said traffic was snarled
when motorists stoppped to watch
her posing for publicity pictures
on a rock in the rivei, weann"
a "t'ght costume, and she refused
to leave the rock.
U.S. Engineers. Their weeklong
tour ends Saturday.
The newspapermen appeared to
be divided in the views formed:
thus far, disagreeing mainly on
whether Mississipppi can succee)
in avoiding Integration indefin
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