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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe Abraham Lincoln.
.32nd TEAR
PANAMA, R. r MONDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1956
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Adlai is Gambling Everything
On Whirlwind Coastwide Tour
LIBERTYVILLE, HI., Oct. 15 (UP) Adlai E. Stevenson today entered what his
top advisers regarded as the crucial win-or- lose phase of his election campaign with
plans for a whirlwind coast-to-coast finish.
First thing on the campaign agenda of the Democratic presidential candidate this
week was a nationwide television address tonight from Chicago attacking the stand of
President Eisenhower on halting United States H-bomb tests. r

Stevenson's campaign lieuten lieutenants
ants lieutenants from New York and Wash Washington
ington Washington joined him at his farm
in nearby Libertyville over the
weekend to map plans for the
final three weeks of the cam campaign.
paign. campaign. From their sessions
emerged these developments:
Stevenson was expected to
fire a detailed blast at Vice Pres President
ident President Richard M. Nixon shortly,
laying out a "bill of particulars"
to explain how and why the vice
president will become the real

66-Year-Young Ike Renews
Busy Re-election Bidding

WASHINGTON, Oct. 15 (UP) (UP)-President
President (UP)-President Eisenhower buoyed by a
weekend of birthday tributes, be began
gan began today the busiest week of vote vote-seeking
seeking vote-seeking since launching his cam campaign
paign campaign for reelection.
Mr. Eisenhower, who turned 66
yesterday, starts a new round of
vote appeals tonight when he kicks
off a special series of five-minute
GOP campaign talks on television.
The filmed series will be telecast
during the concluding five minutes
of various popular TV shows.
Tomorrow, the President de
parts on a three-day camapgtn
trip that will take him to Minneso Minnesota,
ta, Minnesota, Washington and Oregon. On
Thursday night he will make a ma major
jor major nationwide television address
at Portland, Ore
Mr. Eisenhower marked h i s
birthday yesterday1 by attending
church and listening in the back
yard of the White House to a sur-
Srise band concert. A quiet fami fami-r
r fami-r celebration then followed on on-tinuing
tinuing on-tinuing the birthday festivities that
began with Saturday's nationwide
"Ike Day" Salue a day of pa
rades, rallies, dinner and dances
in the President's honor.
Mr. Eisenhower described the
day as "wonderful." It began
when he and the First Lady drove
in lovely autumn weather to the
National Presbyterian Church
where they beard a sermon by Dr.
Edward L. R. Elson and received
the "warm felicitations" of the
congregation.
When he returned from church,
the President was greeted by the
Army band playing "Happy Birth
Pope Scores Using
Women As Laborers
CASTELGAMDOLFO, Italy, Oct.
15 (UP) Pope Pius XII today
denounced the Communist practice
of using women as laborers in
heavy industry.
He described the employment of
women in mines, workshops and
other arduous enterprises as a
'sad return to the times which
Christian civilization long since
buried."
The 80-year-old Pontiff spoke in
a radio address from his summer
home here to members of the
Italian Women's Center on the
occasion of their pilgrimage to the
Shrine of Xoreto in northeast
Italy.
The Pope did not mention Com Communist
munist Communist countries by name, but it
was clear that his remarks pri primarily
marily primarily were aimed at them.
Dutch Chamberlcin
Threatens To Sue
London Pictorial
AMSTERDAM, Oct. 15 (UP) -Court
Chamberlain I. G. Van Mas Mas-dejk
dejk Mas-dejk said today he may sue
the London Sunday Pictorial for
libel for quoting him as the source
of a story about a 'conspiracy"
to dethrone Queen Juliana.
Masdijk said he drove a Picto Pictorial
rial Pictorial correspondent from Baara to
The Hague last week because no
transportation was available, but
he denied angrily that he told the
reporter that the Queen's mother-in-law
is platting against her.
He said he was not interviewed
by the British reporter, and that
he said nothing to confirm the
'fantastic" stories which he said
the reporter told him.
Masdijk said he will consult his
attorneys about the possibility of
filing suit against the London
paper.

leader of the OOP if the Repub Republicans
licans Republicans are returned to office;
Stevenson will campaign in
New York City area Oct. 23-24
and address a big Democratic
farm rally at Springfield, 111.,
Oct. 26.
The Democratic candidate
will kickoff the "dollars-for-Dem
ocrats" campaign today by ringing-
doorbells and asking for
small campaign contributions in
Libertyville this morning. The
nationwide door-to-door fund

day" or. the south lawn of the
White House a treat which Mrs.
Eisenhower arranged as a surprise.

Eight Fined In Balboa Court;
Charges Run Gamut Of Traffic

Reckless driving was the
charge on which William Ed Edward
ward Edward Weigle, 41, American, was
fined in Balboa Magistrate's
Court following an accident on
Madden Road Oct. 2. Weigle was
driving a vehicle with a trailer
at the time of the crackup.
Gerald Walden Coffey, 50,
American,, was fined $15 for
speeding 40ffl.p.h In a 15-mile
zone onOamboa bridge.
Failure to give right of way
while driving a taxi netted a $5
fine for Carlos Alfonso Piggot,
25, Panamanian.
permitting an unauthorized
person, Luis Humberto Ceisl, to
drive a pick-up on Borinquen
Road resulted in a $10 fine for
John Burgan Fortune, 38, Pan-
iamanian. censi, 22, also a Pan
amanian, was fined $10 lor driving-
withoift a license.
Henry Joseph Killingbeck, 41.
Panamanian, was fined $10 for
failure to use caution in driving
a truck.
Driving a car with defective
Duke Off On Tour
Around Our World
LONDON, Oct. 15. (UPV-The
Duke of Edinburgh, wearing a
grey flannel suit, left London air
port today on a round the-world
goodwill tour during which he will
open the Olympic Games in Mel
bourne Nov. 22.
The Duke's four engined BOAC
Argonaut "Ajax" left on the first
leg, a 5,370-mile flight to Mom
basa, Kenya, on his four month
journey.
He will land at Mombasa tomor
row afternoon and sail that even evening
ing evening in the royal yacht Britannia,
which Princess Margaret used
during her current African trin
for Ceylon. The Duke will spend a
day at the Seychelles Island, in
the Indian Ocean, where Archbi
shop Makarios of Cyprus is being
held in exile.
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A VIEW FOB THE AUDIENCE
trom the stage to provide a
in London at the premiere of
Play by her husband,

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raising drive of the Democarts
begins formally tomorrow.

Between now and h end
of the campaign, Stevenson, In
addition to Nixon and the H-
bomb, will concentrate on criti
cism of Mr. Eisenhower's quality
of or lack of leadership. The
OOP administration's attitude
toward the "little people" ad administration
ministration administration farm policy and
conduct of foreign affairs.
Key political advisers of
Stevenson believe thait the elec
tion has yet to be won by either
side. They do not underestimate
the strength of Mr. Eisenhower's
personal popularity. But they
say the chief executive is linked
solidly with the Republican par party
ty party as a participating politician.
The people around the Illi Illinois
nois Illinois governor believe that his
best chance for victory lies in
Minnesota, Michigan, Pennsyl Pennsylvania,
vania, Pennsylvania, California, Rhode Island,
Massachusetts, the border states
and the South.
brakes meant a $10 fine for Ro Ro-gelio
gelio Ro-gelio Rodriguez, 30, a Spaniard.
Imposition of sentence was
suspended for Carlos Arturo
Cruz, 33, Panamanian, on the
condition that he pay for the
damage caused in a traffic ac accident.
cident. accident. Cruz was convicted of
backing without safety.
Lamberto M. De Ville. 24, Pan Panamanian,
amanian, Panamanian, was fined $1 trior hav having
ing having no operator's license, plus
another $15 for using on his car
a license issued for another ve vehicle.
hicle. vehicle. Counterfeit Plant
In Parked Trailer
Raided In Clay, Ky.
CLAY, Sy., Oct. 15. -(UP)-A
counterfeit money printing plant
set up in a trailer parked near
here was raided yesterday by U S
Service agents, state police and
local officers.
Police said the plant had been
used for printing bogus $10 bills
passed in theree states.
Harrv Geialein. Secret Service
chief for the district, said Lloyd
C. Davis, formerly of nearby Pro Providence,
vidence, Providence, Ky., and Vernon Haley
were arrested in Gary, Ind., in
connection with the alleged coun
terfeiting.
Police at Gary today said only
that Davis and Haley were being
held on open charges for the fed
eral Bureau of Investigation.
A third man, identified as J.B
Williams, of Webster County, Ky.
also is being sought. Webs t e r
County Sheriff Merle Nance said.
An offset printing press, paper
engraving plates and other equip
ment useo ny counterfeiters were
confiscated in the raid.
Geiglein said $6,000 In counter counterfeit
feit counterfeit currency was confiscated from
Davis and Haley when they were
arrested. An additional $1,200 was
found hidden in the trailer.
(NEA Radlo-Telephoto)
- Marilyn Monroe turns away
pleasant view to theatre-goers
"A View from the Bridge," a
Arthur Miller (left).

$1000,000 More

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IN GOOD CONDITION at Gorgas Hospital today is Canal paint foreman Mat Shannon, who
suffered two broken legs yesterday when his light plane crashed shortly after he took off
from Cerro Punta airport in Chirlqul Province. The injured man was flown into the Canal
Zone last night by a C-47 dispatched on a mercy mission from Albrook AFB. In the photo photograph,
graph, photograph, flight surgeon Capt. Francis J. Kane ministers to the patient, who is not on the seri seriously
ously seriously ill list today. Prompt first aid is credited with having saved Shannon's life. Reportedly
he had just taken off with a load of tomatoes from Tils mountain farm at the time of the
accident. (Air Force Photo)

Did Cops Aid

bSfiooting Mechanic Herb?

MILAN, Italy, Oct. 15 (UP
Sante Zennaro, dead hero of
Wednesday's "madmen's siege" at
a Terrazzano school, was. hit by
at least seven bullets and a top
Milan lawyer said some must have
come from police guns.
Lawyer G. Tracuzzi, who wit witnessed
nessed witnessed the post-mortem on the me mechanic
chanic mechanic who led the police charge,
cited the findings as indication
that not only the mad brothers
Santato put bullet; into the luck luckless
less luckless hero. The only other bullets
flying around came from police
who burst into the school seconds
after the mechanic.
Together there were II bul bullet
let bullet holes in Zennaro, said Tre Tre-cunl,
cunl, Tre-cunl, who will defend Osvalde
Sntnto, younger of the two
Santato brothers at tha eventual
trial; But only levon bullets
wore found in the body.
Police experts were to examine
the bullets tc determine whether
the, came from weapons other
than the two 7.65 mm pistols which
Artuto and Osvaldo Santato used
to hold 97 schoolchildren and three
schoolmarms hostage for six
hours.
The postmortem at the Milian
Institute of Legal Medicine immedi
ately preceeded Zennaros funeral
at Terrazzano at whioh parents
and most of the children who en endured
dured endured the siege paid homage to
the dead mechanic.
There was no doubt that Zenna Zennaro
ro Zennaro was hit first by one or (both of
the mad brothers when he climb
ed into the tragic class-room to
rescue the kids.
But "La Norte," e Milan aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon nowspaper, yesterday
speculated thai Zennaro may al also
so also have boon fired upon by po policemen
licemen policemen who smashed their way
through the class door as ho was
leaping in through tho window.
Milan police authorities refused
o comment on the theory.
"An official investigation is now
being carried out," a police
spokesman said. "We cannot com
AFB Survey Off ;
Riot Score : 887
TOKYO, Oct. 15 (UP) The
government today called Off a
scheduled survey, for the exten extension
sion extension of the U.S. Air Force base
at Tachikawa in the wake of a
clash yesterday between police
and demonstrators protesting the
extension. Some 887 oersons were
injured in the melee. i
The authorities were exoected
to decide by tomorrow whether
to continue the survev which cuts
Ijnto the farming village of Sun-
aaawa, near Tokyo.
The government ordered the
2,000 police camped at the site
to disperse. Yesterday, the police
battled 4,000 demonstrators, most
of them leftwing students and
labor unionists.

Mad Brothers

ment on what the investigating
magistrates are doing."
Correspondents who watched the
six-hour police siege said Zennaro
wore blue overalls when he climb climbed
ed climbed into the classroom. Flavio Os Osvaldo
valdo Osvaldo Santato, the younger broth brother
er brother who never showed up at the
window from which his brother
Arturo was haranguing the crowd
also wore blue overalls when he
was captured.
El Salvador Chief
Declares $54,514
SAN SALVADOR. Oct. 15 (UP)
President Jose Maria Lemus of
El Salvador deposed before the
Supreme Court today that his per personal
sonal personal fortune amounts to $54.S14.
80 and that he has liabilities of $11,
78.80.
The law provides that govern
ment officials must make a sworn
declaration of their personal for fortune
tune fortune at the time of assuming and
of leaving public office, as a curb
on their possible illegal enrich enrichment
ment enrichment while in the government.
Lemus was inaugurated as pre president
sident president on Sept. 14.

Nicaraguan Cops Capture Man
Suspected Of Delivering Gun

MANAGUA, Nicaragua, Oct.
15 (UP) National Guard offi-
rials yesterday captured a man

they had been seeking for more busing such freedom will be In In-than
than In-than two weeks in connection dieted within 48 hours and sen sen-with
with sen-with the assassination of Pres- j fenced within 72 hours without

ident Anasfcasio Somoza.
The suspect, Edwin Castro Ro Rodriguez,
driguez, Rodriguez, 29, son of a former Ni Nicaraguan
caraguan Nicaraguan general, was found
hiding on the Island of Juan
Venado 10 miles from the city
of Leon where Somoza was
wounded fatally Sept. 21.
Castro Rodriguez is charged
w th delivering a pistol bought
in New Orleans to Somoza's
killer, Rigoberto Lopez Perez.
National Guard officials said
he is believed to be an impor important
tant important link with elements out outside
side outside Nicaragua which were be behind
hind behind the assassination.
Another man suspected by the
government of being implicated
in the recent assassination of
Somoza was arrested in Mana Managua
gua Managua last week.
He is Ausberto Narvaez Argue Argue-llo,
llo, Argue-llo, for whose capture the Ni Nicaraguan
caraguan Nicaraguan National Guard had
offered a reward of 10,000 cor cor-dobas
dobas cor-dobas about $1,500.
Authorities said Arguello was
being questioned in connection
with the fatal shooting.
Meanwhile, new legislation
establishing strict curbs on
freedom of thought expression
baa been introduced In the

The

Judge's Bene
Trespassing in various com commissaries
missaries commissaries netJied $10 fines in
Balboa Magistrate's Court for
the following:
Eulogla Gordon Yanis, 51,
Panamanian; Caspar Vicente de
Iaza, 34, Panamanian; Roberto
Hogg, 21, Panamanian; Jose Ni Nicolas
colas Nicolas de Obaldia, Panamanian,
and Adriana Amlnta Aimengar,
25, Panamanian.
Trespassing in a post ex exchange
change exchange resulted in a suspended
sentence tor Robert H. E. Verg Verg-nes,
nes, Verg-nes, 29, a Frenchman. Charles
W. L. Van Buren, a citizen of
Holland, was fined $10 for the
same offense.
-i j s
Colon Man Found
Dead Aboard Ship
Ivan Keller, 57, a Nicaraguan
resident of Colon, was found
dead yesterday morning in a
I cabin aboard the motor vessel
Laguna. The vessel was tied up
in Folks River at the time.
Investigation by Canal Zone
police turned up no evidence of
foul piay.
An autopsy has been ordered.
I-
Chamber of Deputies.
it provides tnat persons
ae
i cused by the eovernment of a
the right of appeal.
The bill lists as abuses of free freedom
dom freedom of thought expression: pub publication
lication publication of anything tending to
subvert established public and
'social order; incitement to dis disobeying
obeying disobeying the constitution, the law
and the authorities; propaga propagation
tion propagation of communist ideology; di direct
rect direct or indirect incitement to
the commission of offenses a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst persons or their property.
Also listed as abuses of free freedom
dom freedom of thought expression were:
to attempt to jeopardize the
government's foreign and econ economic
omic economic policies, or to create busi business
ness business panics, and to publish any anything
thing anything immoral or contrary to
sound customs.
Any publication guilty of these
offenses will be denounced by
the authorities before the courts,
which would conduct a hearing
on the case within 48 hours and
pass sentence without appeal
within 72 hours.
In another development, au authorities
thorities authorities ruled that polttlal pris prisoners
oners prisoners who are being held incom incommunicado
municado incommunicado since the fatal shoot shooting
ing shooting of President Somoza on Sept.
22 can now be visited by their
immediate relatives.

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Local-Rate

Hike As Some US-Raters
Growl Capitulation

Local-rate union officials said today the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Cnmnnnu hnnrA nf Hirortnrc UnA In ton tt iIm in tka

T w. -""Viwi. Iiwv iwnwil w III I IIW
right direction by approving a five cent an hour pay hike

or local raters, effective about Jan. I.
Board chairman Georae H. Rorlerirk nnnnnnren' the)

hike amounting to more

renewing its approval at the board s regular quarterly
meeting in Washington Saturday.
Some US raters, recalling Roderick's Aug. 19 state statement
ment statement that in the United States' view the recent US-Panama
treaty called for no such pay hikes, today angrily
denounced Roderick's latest announcement as capitula capitulation
tion capitulation to Panamanian pressure.
Panamanian authorities have strongly pressed their
viewpoint that the treaty orovisions imnlied some wn

adjustment to compensate for

w iw
of commissary privileges under the treaty.

fin rf t.h ctrnnaoct avnrio.
sions of this view was made by
outgoing President Ricardo Arias
at the net. 1 inauguration nf
President Ernesto de la Guar
ds. J.r-
:k was a member of the
iitef States tfelegaUon
uoilratinn
louncinr the increase
Roderick said that the CnUed
States and the Panama Canal
Company have a sincere con concern
cern concern for and a strong loyalty
to their Panamanian employ employes.
es. employes. "Recognizing the possible de decrease
crease decrease in purchasing power of a
majority of its Panamanian em employes
ployes employes after Jan. l, Roderick and
Gov. W. E. Potter made a thor thorough
ough thorough study of the matter and
recommended the wage increase
approved by the board of direc directors,"
tors," directors," a Panama Canal Compa Company
ny Company statement continued.
This reduction in purchasing
power will be a result of the lo local
cal local raters losing their commis commissary
sary commissary privileges under the treaty.
But neither Roderick nor Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights, in statements on
the pay hike, say anything about
its arising from the treaty.
Potter, who attended the
meeting as president of the
company and a member of the
board, pointed out that the In Increase
crease Increase is the second of this cal calendar
endar calendar year, the pay of this group
of employes having been in increased
creased increased four cents an hour last
May.
These two increases will re result
sult result in an average pay raise of
approximately 4 per cent for
the employes Involved.
The Balboa Heights statement
today added: "With the new in increase
crease increase in wages, which recogniz recognizes
es recognizes the demonstrated loyalty, mo morale
rale morale and efficiency of the canal
employes, the average rate of
pay for employes on the prevail prevailing
ing prevailing area rate scale will be 75
cents an hour, as compared with
an average hourly rate of 53
cents five years ago.
"The Increase will bring the
minimum salary paid by the Ca Canal
nal Canal organization up from the
present 45 cents an hour to 50
cents an hour. The maximum
will rise to $1.6? per hour.
"There are approximately
10,000 employes now on the
Company Government rolls
who will be benefitted by the
salary raise at the beginning
of the year.
"The inciease will affect all
regular and part time employes
in variety oi occupational cate categories,
gories, categories, including graded em employes,
ployes, employes, deckhands, and teachers
in the Latin American schools.
Commenting on Roderick's an announcement,
nouncement, announcement, Harold W. Rerrie,
chairman of Local 900's admin administrative
istrative administrative committee, said that
Russia Claims
New Balloon
Altitude Record
LONDON, Oct. 15 (UP) -Russia
said today that a weather balloon
released from an Antarctic re research
search research base reached a record
height of 22.3 miles.
A Radio Moscow broadcast said
"as far as we know" no other
weather fcalloon ever has reached
such aaultitudt.

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Pay

Unions OK
than $1,000,000 annually
the loeal-rarerc' Inn 1
because treaty commitments do
not provide for a comnenjitArv
wage increase to offset the loss
of purchasing power when priv privileges
ileges privileges are discontinued, Local
900 requested a 25-cent across-the-board
""xr. Tutke on 8enL U
"At that iiference Potter as assured
sured assured union Wficials that he
would give the union's request
'active, sympathetic considera consideration'
tion' consideration' and that he would gladly
raise the question at the board
meeting on Oct. 13," stated Rer Rerrie.
rie. Rerrie. While increases of four and
five cents per hour, in addi addition
tion addition to automatic wage ha
creases negotiated last July,
which will raise wages since
May and after Jan. 1, 1957, on
an overall average of 12 to 13
cents per hour for each em employe,
ploye, employe, union spokesmen con contend
tend contend that such increases are
not totally adequate and do
not fully compensate the loss
of privileges.
AFSCME. AFL-riO into..
tional ipiirpsentalive William U
Sinclair, said Local 900 1s confi
dent tnat tne Panama Caqgl
ooaro oi airectors will continue
to review the employes' plight
and act with justice.
The union spokesman adM
that at a conference heM with
Be la Gnardla before he was
sworn In as President, officials
of Locals M0 and 907 urged
that the Price Control Office
take steps to avoid unnecessa unnecessary
ry unnecessary pr'ce increases and to cur
"the unscrupulous Intentions
of merchants who may decide
to take advantage of the Zone
workers."
"Since that conference, a
number of statements have come
from the Price Control Office
assuring that stiff action will "be
taken to curb ruthless price
hikes," the Union spokesmen
said.
"We feel sure that the Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian Government will take
cognizance of this fact and do
everything wnhm us power to
institute controls to avoid ex exploitation.
ploitation. exploitation. We will watch this
phase of the situation very care-
fnllv
1 "T, .t.anil.An.J ... U-lt
it liaa obiciigbiicucu uui ucnci
in the fact that if our fights for
wages and better living stand stand-j
j stand-j ards are carried out in a true
I democratic manner, there should
be no fear that the U.S. Govern Government,
ment, Government, as the employer In the
Canal zone, will not do justice
! to our cause."
Daniel Ericourt
To Give Piano
Recital Tomorrow
The internationally (amous
p'pnlst, Daniel Ericourt, will
give a piano recital tomorrow
night at 8:30 in the National
Theater, featuring the music of
Frederic Chopin.
Ericourt will play two Chonui
waltzes, six preludes, six etudes,
Sonata In B flat, Nocturne, Ta Tarantella
rantella Tarantella Ballade No. 1 in G mi minor
nor minor and Scherzo No. 3 in C
sharp minor.
Tickets will be on sale at the
box office tomorrow night at
$150 each. Reservations may be
made with the Fine Arts De
partment, Tel. 3-0258 Panama.



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THE MAIL BOX

THE SUDSY SCREEN

Sir:

I agree with "A Foreign Merchant" 100. The US Armed

Forces, in their efiort to bring TV entertainment to US per personnel,
sonnel, personnel, have disrupted the entire economy of Panama. And
being responsible lor such ill efforw, they are bound by .con .conscience
science .conscience to make amends to our understanding and cooperative
Panamanian friends.
The most sensible solution to the whole problem is to
eliminate entirely the influence tf TV on the economy of Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. This can La accomplished easily (and has been in other
areas under similar circumstances) by increasing antennal ra radiation
diation radiation control. A chart illustrating the present radiation pal pal-terns
terns pal-terns can be obtained by dispersing survey teams to plot the
exact reception area being radiated from each antennae. Onoe
Oils data is known, corrective measures many be taken to re revise
vise revise or replace atennae to as to bring the effective receptions
area within the limit of each Armed Forces installation. Tne
power output oi each antennae should be then be regulated m
control the longitudinal range of the waves, thus preventing
any of the disasters of TV waves froin reaching our dear Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian friends.
These meaures will produce a once and for all cure to tne
TV problem. Just think about it for a minute no TV com commercials
mercials commercials in Panama. To put it more simply no TV in Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. No TV sets sold in Panama.
Do you realize, mister, that your country has founded an
entire TV sales and repair industry on a TV installation fin financed
anced financed and operated by the US, which broadcasts entertainment
valued at $50,000 to $100,000 per show. And Just think, it
hasn't cost you a red cent. That's what I call really padding
your pocket, Acc, and you've got the simplicity to gripe. You
sound like a one-sided personality type, Ace; all your way or
none at all. I :,'
Well, tast suits me fine you ought to be thankful for
what we're giving you (and, boy, that's plenty) and keep your
name out of uic paper.
Up In The Air

PANAMA'S PRICES

Sir:

I suess the time has come for rr.e to speak my piece.

During a day of hard work in the store where I work I
hear tne following too many times to like it: "Oh, at the
Commy I can fcel it for such a pricj." In my lnsides I answer:
"So why the hell don't ydu take your person and your business
to the Commy." I don't say it aloud because I don't want 10
lose my job.
Some of the American buyers do not realize that we have
to pay duty on the materials we import while the Commy does
not. They fan to see that the Commy operates or is supposed
to operate, non-profltably. Most important of all the fact
that hurts us Panamanians the most is that the Commy (if
the treaty would be interpreted correctly) should not soi
materials whiim arsnot first necessity.
So we sell samWhtng for 35 cents more than the Comity
and they cry. Before crying plass let them remember that
the Commy Srnot supposed to sell those things in the first
place and secondly "that In the States they would get It for the
price which we ask.
Shop Assistant

CLOSING ZONE POST OFFICES
Sir:
Does Governor Potter realize how drastic is his command
that no one not living in the Canal Zone will be allowed to use
Zone post off let. in the future?
I am a member of the American Legion. I served In Eu Europe,
rope, Europe, have a family in the Zone. I live near them, as they are
all I have to look forward to. An; I now to lose even the
privilege of paying box rent, to make sure I at least get my
retirement check and other mail?
I hope no one has forgotten Ernie Pyle's article on the life
of a Canal Zone employe.
F. C. Hayes

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CHICAGO The World Series
may have been played in New

York but a fellow swung a base

ball bat here in a kit and run play

Friday night. His was a two-man

team but the other fellow used a

gun

They waited outside the home
of one Harry J. Hughes, financial

secretary of Local 134 of the In

ternational Brotherhood of Elec

trical Workers, which claims fame

because it has been guided almost

since pre-baseball days by "um "umbrella"
brella" "umbrella" Hike Boyle.
The two goons waited outside
Hughes' home. Having been swung

at by a lead pipe some months

ago, Hughes now telephones home

in advance so he can be met.
When he got into his driveway,

one assailant swung the bat at the

side of bis car and the gunman

shot at the other side. Hughes'
wife alerted by his telephone call

screamed and the thugs ran.

The sage men of the Chicago
Dolire denartment tie this un with

Hughes' having testified in Hay

1855, before a Federal Grand Jury

probing Capone-era gangs oper

ating in the juke box field.
Hughes believes he was being

pressured by a crowd which want

ed to intimidate him. The Chicago

Crime Commission has charged
that "umbrella" Hike's union
would service only those juke

boxes placed around town by cer certain
tain certain distributors.
I reoort this not to give the im

pression that this is a typical eve

ning in the uie oi a unicago un

ion official. It is merely a shred
of evidence of a swift undercur undercurrent
rent undercurrent in the shadowland of labor
which regularly carries before us
the debris of unseen and unknown
battles for big stakes.

There was. for example, during

the same hours which brought the
Hughes attack story, a report that
a Federal Grand Jury here was

looking into possible racketeering
In toll road construction. This is

bv no means a minor item at a

7- f PUfflW irKsi 'hIhIhP'' : '"

Increase In

By PETER EDS0N

Crime

WASHINGTON (NA) Be- causes and possible remedies for in rural nt far th tint

moment when the government is hind the latest Federal Bureau of the growing U.S. crime wave, po-j half of this year the rural crime
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about to unleash a $32,000,000,0000 Investigation crime statistics for
road building program. the six months ending last June

One of the contractors involved au are a number ot conclusions,
reported that he had been warned! alarming even to police officials
months ago that there was a prev- accustomed to dealing with these
alent practice in downstate Illinois things. These findings are not cov cov-whereby
whereby cov-whereby "union officials got a one ered In the published crime re-

per cent kickbacK lrom conirac- pon.

tors."

What caught my ear were the

words "prevalent practice.

Total crimp increased in all

nine geographic divisions of the
U.S. coast states. The lowest in

crease was in the Middle Atlantic

lice come up with no very con

vincing answers.
The record increase on the
Pacific coast is attributed to two
factors.
One is that the population of
this area is increasing more ra rapidly.
pidly. rapidly. A new population, unsettled
in a community, always breeds

crime.

increase rate was slightly higher
than for urban areas.
The explanation given Is that

there is less policing in the rural
areas and there are fewer com community
munity community facilities to offer whole

some recreation and diversion for
criminally inclined youth.
More automobiles and better
roads on which to make getaways

publican fund raiser got the shock
of his life the other day when he
blew into town seeking money to
elect Rep. Cliff Young to the
Senate.
Young, a Republican, is seekinc

to capture the seat of the late

Morse continue to serve on th
War Labor Board, because of his
experience in that field.
VACATIONING SENATOR

With scandalous reports still

Pat McCarran's successor. Sea. coning in about his last junki
Alan Bible. Democrat. So far New Mexico's oerinitttir s

The second factor, attributable are also believed to be a factor

only to California, is a recent state There Is no statistical breakdown.

These were the same words states, up 3.5 per cent over the .supreme court ruling which ex- however, to show how many o- the

which had been passed on to me.first six months ot 1855. eludes, evidence offered in crimi-rural crimes are committed by
frSLjybington just a few hours I: New England has traditionally hal trials, if it has been secured city criminals.
rfHier by an .indignant sourCcihad the lowest crime rates in thejwith taint. Los Angeles police of- The bigger the city, the higher

tme rate, as a general rule,
reports from 482 cities of
J5.000 population shower! that

law that they would not risk only 191 were able to report any

decrease.
The decrease in crime in every
case reflected' either an increase
in the police force or an increase

who hJ Ifetened. for three davs United States. But in the first ha.ficials declare, that criminals joJts crime
1o the officials of three unions dc-'of this year the northeastern know that their conviction wllFbeiFBI repx
fending themselves a g a i n s t;states showed a surprising 17.3 difficult take chances with the over 25,01

charges of corrupt practices

in community action to prevent

per cent increase

Knr tne t nlled Mates as a n herwise.

Last Tuesday, Wednesday and 'whole, the major crime rate wasl Every classification of major

Thursday, the five members of 14 per cent higher than for the crime showed an increase on the

the AFL-CIO ethical Practices game period last year and nearly 1 Pacific coast. The range was from
Committee heard the leaders of 222 per cent above the five-year. a low of 11 per cent increase in

the Distillery and Rectifying ,iVerage. robberies to a 40 per cent increase crime, or both. The community-

Workers the Allied Industrial Rased on the half-year reports, 'in auto thefts. action programs include the open-
Workers and the Laundry Work- FBI officials now fear that the I Only two of the 48 states had ing of more playgrounds
ers. The committee who will re-. united states will have a record decreases in their total crimes.jin congested areas or boys' cfubs
port out their findings and recom- of over 2,500,000 major crimes in 'Wyoming showed a drop of nearly, to keep youngsters off the street,
mendations in mid-December lis-1956. Major crimes are listed as n per cent and New Hampshire Juvenile crime figures are in intoned
toned intoned in amazement as the ac- murder, negligent manslaughter, 'six per cent. No explanations are I eluded in the FBI crime totals but
cused union, s in effect, used as a rape, robbery, aggravated assault, 1 offered. are not reported separately, which
defense the fact that they were burglary, larceny and auto theft. Six major crimes are commit-1 is a major deficiency of this series

guiny 01 uuie more man preva- Looking lor interpretations, ted in cities tor every one crime of semi-annual crime reports.

lent practices

circles.

in some labor

The Ethical Practices Commit Committee
tee Committee is honest labor's retort to those
unionists who would use their lo locals
cals locals as businesses from which to
pump high incomes. The commit committee
tee committee members were aghast as they

heard stories of union officials

Walter Winchell In New Yotk

nowever, Bible looks strong.
Hence Young is running scared.
After arrivinc in Wsahinstnn

the Republican from Nevada put

m a nurry-up pnone can to senm
Barry Goldwater, Airzona Re Republican.
publican. Republican. Who was chairman nl

the GOP Senatorial Campaign
Committee, and is still a power

wnen it comes to narcelin out

the GOP war chest to local

candidates.
Something went wrons with the

capitol switchboard, however, and
instead of Goldwater, the Repub Republican
lican Republican from Nevada mistakenly got
connecttd with the office of Sen.

Albert oore of Tennessee. Gore

is a Democrat, also heads the
current congressional probe of
campaign contributions.

is the senator there? I've ant

to talk to him." declared the man

from Nevada, breathlessly

"v, aawerea uore 8 secre secretary,
tary, secretary, unaware that the caller was
actually trying to reach Senator
Goldwater of Aruona.
"Well, have him rail m

he comes in, and if I'm aslaa

when he calls, have him wake me
up. It's important.'' the Ncva(

declared.

Later, Senator Cor returned t

his office, was told by his secre secretary
tary secretary that an excited oentimn

from Nevada was trying to reach

mm. oeoator uore called the
telephone number the Nevsdan

'Senator." beean th man trnm

Nevada, "we've got to have some
money for Cliff Young out in
Nevada. We originally figured we
were 20.000 votes behind, and now

we think we-ve got it down to

oniy 15,000. But we're in a bad
way unless we get some.

That gosh-darned senator who's
investigating campaign contribu

tions is drying up our sources.
I've just come from Chicago and
they're all afraid to contribute."
"Just a minute," interrupted
Senator Gore, finally able to get
in a word edgewise. 'My name
is Gore, Albert Gore of Tennessee.

i m a Democrat, There must be

some misiaKe.
"Oh, my God!" shouted the
man from Nevada, hanging up
the phone, realising that the' sen senator
ator senator he had just spoken to was
the same senator who was in investigating
vestigating investigating campaign contribu contributions
tions contributions and "dry in up" the
sources.
WAR VITIRAN WHIi'lRS
With all the polls showing
generous Doug" McKay trailing
Sen. Wayne Morsa by a substan substantial
tial substantial margin, Oregon Republicans
have launched a whispering cam campaign
paign campaign against Morse. They are
spreading word that Morse is not
, w Bulletins from
state GOP headquarters attack
Morse and other Democrats as
being "pitifully lacking" in mili military
tary military records.
.The whispers, however, are be beginning
ginning beginning to boomerang. For most
prominent Republican candidates
of late years were not war veter veterans,
ans, veterans, including Herbert Hoover
Thomas E. Dewey, Arthur Van Van-denberg.
denberg. Van-denberg. Bob Taft, and even
Oregon's own Charley McNary
who was vice presidential candi candidate
date candidate with Willkie in 1940.

Dennis Chavez is preparing to
take off after the election on an-

other junket to the exotic Orient,
His last overseas trip of Europe
and Norn Africa made headlines
when he ordered the Air Force
to send two W-passenger luxury
planes to fly his pary home from
Europe. The Air Force dutifuDy
furnished the planes, though it
cost the taxpayers an estimated
$20,000. Air Force generals knew,
of course, that Chavez is chair chairman
man chairman of the powerful Military
Appropriations Subcommittee.
What never got into the papers,
however, was the way Chavez'
son, Dennis, Jr., squandered the
taxpayers' money in Madrid night
dubs. A secret State Department
report charges that young Dennis
got $4,500 in Spanish pesos from
the American Embassy and spent
the entire amount on a gay "in "investigation"
vestigation" "investigation" of Spanish night
clubs.
The money was made available
by Senator Chaves who, as a
committee chairman, can get all
the counterpart funds he wants
from American embassies simply
by signing a voucher. He author author-ized
ized author-ized his son to collect the $4,500
by appointing him temporarily to
the committee staff.
This scandalous incident has
been kept secret from the public
by the State Department which
does not wish to embarrass a
powerful senator. The Depart Department
ment Department argues that it is up to
Congress to make public the over overseas
seas overseas spending of its own mem members,
bers, members, even though the money
comes from State Department
funds.
However, a private report on
the Chavez junket was furnished
!? Se5,-. BwrJr GoWwater, Arizona
Republican, who has talked about
it privately but refused to di divulge
vulge divulge the information "publicly It
is against the Senates unwritten
rules for one senator to inform oo
another.
The Chavez junket cost the tax taxpayers
payers taxpayers over $50,090, providing a
fabulous vacation for his famUy
and friends. Accompanying the
senator besides his wife and son
were his former campaign man man-ager,
ager, man-ager, A. T Hannett, his personal
Physician.. Dr. W. R. Lovelace;
his administrative' assistant, Char,
ley Davis; and a number of office
assistants. Both of Chavez's
daughters and their husbands also
joined him in Europe, though he
Insisted later that be "didn't even
buy them a meal."
Having enjoyed the European
vacation last year, Chavez is now
planning a new plush trip this
time to the Far East.

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about $200 a week with no real , Judy Garland's Stardust is Miller writes: "There are won jthanked me for "all the plugs"
duties to perform. goldust. Her show is grossing derful things one can say in one recently I told her: "Never thank

$54,000 weekly . What is act or one sentence. It's harder to a critic for what your talent

non-veterans: GOP National Com

muteeman nob Mautz. Congress Congressman
man Congressman Sam Coon, and ex-State
Senator Phil Hitchcock.

umer otnciau arew mree anaSchmalu? bpin A message from hit a target with one bullet. rates!' . "My mother," she

iuur saiaiic.i ai wre nine, unc .u- .lames vean. i ooonoonum i. . (tseing a snarpsnooier in prim is said, always told me to

come was irom uieir locai union, jscques uenny s larnegie hu what makes a colyummst a CoJy- thanks when I mean it

Anoincr irom ineir nauunai union, iiaaie-aee-aee inspired me in.y. umist.)
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pension fund. One chap drew over smoll statue of an Oriental ruler, come from you, although there certo," is a tinkly, tuneful toe-'
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Si apnea in so museums, wny is,
lis de luxe cinema playing la a,
theatre that ses on y aaV' .'

Another show that seems headed
for hoorays is "The Reluctant De-'

at once, he snorted that these Tryout town critics have hailed it y, Ingrid Bergman!
tasks involved great responsibil- as a Rozzle-dazzler ... Do you

ity. When it was pointed out that know what Marilyn Monroe likes
such responsibility was his duty: to ao ;n h-i? . Kc?' (Ms-i

as a lanor leaner, ne saia mm ms . neaaiine: sieve Alien ana

William Sarovan's oration: "The

duty didn't include distributing: Ed Sullivan In Feud! Death Of A writer is made but saner than all butante." New Haven approved it,

Friendship. Steve Charges 'Pi-''her" (Bi", ya rri"' '?

Jhe comedy was as popular-as-

pension and welfare checks.

When another chan wa askld
whv he drew a double salary, he
said that there was considerable
work involved in this fund busi businesshe
nesshe businesshe had to visit homes and
hosoitals. He merely shrugged

when he was asked how he could! an interviewer: "MGM sent me a (with blurbs about your products) name was "too theatrical." so thev

do his union work while he was list of words to change. I can't Girl Friday didn't quite get changed it to Jones. Jennifer Jones
busy elsewhere. use the word bosom, for example, our phone dictation yesterday. Ro- . Kim Novak pouted: "I want
A woman's chest is decent, but berta Sherwood did not break rec- to be more than just a sexy-type
These "prevalent practices" arc bosom isn't." (OOh) . Jack ords on both coasts. It should have eirl." (The most successful worn-

Could, the TV critic, reviewed 5 read: Lisa Kirk and Roberta broke an is one who makes a success of

racy!'" . This is Eduardos Thanks to Douglas Leigh for the crumpets in London . Ava

Josephine Baker year. znd biggest electric sign in town Gardner s film contract was writ-

tat 42nd and B'way), which gave ten in Paradise. She gets $7.000-a-THE
WW-WRCA premiere Fr.da week whether she works er leafs
ni:ht th" "ho'e 00 w for 2 . Once upon a time a eirl

If it's education vou desire weeks. And to Sky-Vertisina Co. named Phyllis Islev came to Hof-

therc's Cole Porter's comment to,fr their novel gigantic spotlight lywood. The studio believed her

what labor's national leaders are

not beginning to smash.

Italian Croup Ends
Second Doria Phase

being a girl.)

A current film is titled "Zanza-

shows one day this week. He; records on both coasts

planned four. The praise-winner
was a 15-year-old movie. (The!
trouble with critics is criticism)1

. . Incidentally, in a TV inter- The Diary of Anne Frank," It buku. It means "dangerous safa

view, the Duchess' accent was reported, has stunned German ri." (Class dismissed) . Her
more British than the Duke's . audiences "into silently accenthu Grace's likeness on the Maun

GENOA, Italy, Oct. 15. (UP) The Pulse rating (national) has the grim truth of atrocities com- stamp makes her seem so glum.
An Italian anvernment rn-ithe V. W-Mutual-Sunday at 6 mitted by the Nazi regime." After Almost as bad as a nassnnrt nhoto

mittce completed the second stage I newscast tied for 2nd place. The more than a dozen years, Ger-'. . Do yourself a good turn and

ofi tsinvestigauon oi tne AMrea leaner anu uie ucti program are mann arc auucaeu m discover mat spin upperia snerwooa g "bnoura

Doria sinking yesterday.

Th: committee, headed by Adm.
Candido Bigliardi, questioned 130

crew members of the ul fated

Italian liner in the last six days, houses "The Loud Red Patrick,"

This brought the number of crew crewmen
men crewmen heard so far to 205.

30 minute shows. We have to get Nazis acted like Nans. .Expose: I Try Again." The zinaiest

our rating in half that time. The entire major league playing In the theatre's long history, only
career of Walter Alston, the I musicals have played 1,000 or
Dodgers' manager, consisted of more performances. Three are

The Ambassador Theatre, which one time at oat. (He struck out.) Rodgers-Hammerstein

The committee planned to ques

tion ali of the Donas 600 crew
membes. The next hearing will

be he'd in Nap'es slart'ng Oct
,22 aid then in Genoa early nex

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The theatre was recaptured from a change . Among the happy ; Natalie Wood gushed: "There's
tcevee . Look mag's shocker: treasure hunters beyond Broad-nothing in the world Id rather
Two out of five college students way's borders is the touring do than act, and I'll work around
eligible to vote won't. Hardly, "Damn Yankees" troupe, starring, the clock to do it" ... The magic
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Closeups and Longsnots: iiie sep separation
aration separation of Jack Lemmon and his

wife. Cvnthia. appears to be per

manent. with Cynthia saying: "I

wish I could say things look en-
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luumgmg out i hi uiaiu x vu t.
But friends insist there ia no

other doll saueezinj Lemmon.

Sign on a battered automobile

on the Hollywood freeway:
"Smashed in Texas, by a Texan."
. . John Cromwell, once a big big-time
time big-time movie director, will play the
role of an army general with
Susan Havward and Kirk Douglas
in "Melville Goodwin, U.S.A." He
returned to his first love acting
at er directing Eleanor Parker
a few years ago in the movie,
"Caged."

John Ireland is insisting he's

separation from ..Jeanne Dru

last : i pounds worrying about his
sep.-r.'on from Joanne Dru.

Doesn't leek it, though.

Success story of the year is the
casting of former model Nancy
Hadley Miss Los Angeles of 1052
as the leading lady in a Hew
CBS-TV telefilm series, "The
Brothers." She started her TV
career modeling her hands for

the Sheaffer Pen Company, Spon Sponsor
sor Sponsor of "The Brothers" in which

she now gets co-star billing, is the

Meaner ren company.
It's M Candles on Maurice
Chevalier's birthday c a k e. He's
also celebrating 56 years in show
business. . Julie London will
play herself singer Julie London
in the Fox f i 1 m u s i c a 1
"Do Re Mi."

Anna Magnani answered
"Cen't-Can't" to Hollywood's offer
to star her in "Can-Can." The
film version of the Broadway hit
has been shelved for et least six
months to find a new atar.
Department of path-crossing.
Two of Hollywood's brightest
young stars, Tony Perkins and
Karen Steele, were schoolmates
in Rawlinson, Florida.
All-Gal Orchestra leader Ina
Bay Hution's summer TV sponsor
didn't renew for the fall. '. NBC
hopes to cast Eddie Fisher, Don Donald
ald Donald O'Connor and George Gobcl
as "The Rover Boys" for a TV
spectacular.

movies in theaters as of Sept 1.
Daily average of people watching
fret movies on television as of the
same date 24,529,0001
NOT IN THE SCRIPT- "Wm.

en in Hollywood haven't changed

much in the last 15 years, says
Vonne Godfrey, "except seme of
are five years elder."

THIS IS HOLLYWOOD MRS.

JONES: Si en in the wmHnw nf

Hollywood beauty salon: "Don't

wnisue at tne girts leaving one
of them might be your grandmother."

The Witnet: An actor was boast boasting
ing boasting that his girl friend was built
like a model. "Yes," said Grace

Downs, "like a model of the
U.S.S. Missouri!"

MGM has writers working on a
movie about the government's
vital guided missile program. .
Elaine and Mickey R o o n e y hit
rough going in the marital depart department
ment department but both hope for smoother
sailing. . The widow of Edward
Arnold is opening a millinery
shop in San Fernando valley. .
The foreign car bug nipped Lana
Turner she bought a French
Renault . Yul Brynner's con contract
tract contract was bartered and sold be between
tween between some powerful ten percent percenters
ers percenters in a big money exchange deal.

Rod Steiger, who loomed to
popularity through unromantic
roles in "On the Waterfront,"
"Oklahoma!" and "The Harder.
They Fall," will give movie audi audiences
ences audiences a pleasant shock with his

torrid romance with .Santa Mon
tiel in RKO's "Run of the Arrow.'
But he's chuckling:

"Maybe it's smooth b e u d e I r
technique but instead of a boudoir

it s a Sioux tepee."

Wife 01 Yugoslav
Otticiai Held In US
tor Shoplifting

SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 15 -(Xjf)
Mrs. Sonje Juznic, 26,
wue of Yugoslav Vice Consui

Stanislaus jiume, pleaaed Diplo Diplomatic
matic Diplomatic immunity last mgnt wuen
neiu in the-city jail on a suoputi suoputi-ing
ing suoputi-ing cnarge anu was reieaseu on
ber own recognizance instead of

tne ViHi ban asseu oy ponce.

mice heid her on cnarges of

having snopuited lowe.s, shir.
and ciOthing in a shopping tour oi
downtown stores.
Consul General Branko Karad-

jooe of Yugoslavia appeared a t

me city jau with Juznic and de de-manued
manued de-manued jots. Juznic s freedom.
Karadjobe refused to posi the
$250 bail demanded and insisted

on the international convention

which provides families of diplo diplomats
mats diplomats are free from arrest except

for mejor crimes.

A huddle was held at the city

jail between the two Yugoslav of

ficials when the police refused to
release Mrs. Juznic without first
posting bail. Nearly 10 judges
were called until finally Municipal

Judge James J. Welsh agreed to
let Mrs.' Juznic go free until she

appears in his court to answer the

charge.

Juznic talked to his wife, who

he said was unable to speak En

glish, and explained that she had
shopped at the Emporium, the

City of Pans, and Penney's mak

ing purcnases out tearing u p

sales slips, 5ne was arrested by a

Penney s department store detec

tive.

Hollywood's studios are gulping

over the latest findings of a mo motion
tion motion picture and television market
anntyss. An ayeragc of 9,347,000
persons daily were paying to see

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when an opening lead must be
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cent er-cent tournament in Los Angeles.
North took good control of the
bidding, acting on the theory that
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ly surely be useful if It were anywhere
bat in hearts. He finally placed the
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finesse to East. It was .then easy
to ruff low hearts in the dummy.
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owner of the billboard had to appear, at a hearing to dectde
what to do with it. A city ordinance requires such signs, be
they Democratic or Republican, to be at least 10 feet back
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Troupe Barred New York Entered By Intruders
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JUMPING THE Gt'N ON HALLOWEEN The loween as they pose In their fancy costumes,
party appear to be rushing the season on Halberto Arias. The party took place at their
Madelaine is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Gil se little guest at Madelaine Arias' birthday
Bella Vista home.

HENRI DELEUZE WILL BE MADE KNIGHT OF LEGION OF HONOR
AT RECEPTION TO BE GIVEN BY FRENCH A MBA88ADOR

Invitations have been issued to a reception, which will be siren by the French Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador and Mrs. Lionel Vasse at the Embassy residence Wednesday from 6 p.m. to p.m.
Daring the evening the Ambassador will confer the title of Knight of the Legion of
Honor on M. Henri Deleuze, in recognition of his outstanding work as Cultural Secretary of

the French Embassy in Panama.

Cocktail Party
Will Honor
Enrique Matt Figueroa
The Secretary of the Embassy
and the Consul General of Chile
Javier Urrutia and Mrs. Urrutia
will give a cocktail part at their
home tomorrow evening in honor
of Enrioue Mata Figueroa. A

small group of friends have been

invited.
Lt. And Mrs. Maphis
Visiting En Route
To England
Lt. and Mrs. Sam Maphis and
their baby arrived by plane this
morning from Ft. Befvoir, Va. to
spend a few weeks visiting on the

Isthmus. They, are staying with
his mother Mrs. Marguerite Ma Maphis
phis Maphis in Ancon.
Sam was a football star of Bal Bal-oa
oa Bal-oa High School during his school schooldays
days schooldays here. Mrs. Maphis is the for former
mer former Miss Coila Gooden from Gam Gam-boa.
boa. Gam-boa. When they leave, here the Ma Maphis
phis Maphis family will go to England
where Lt. Maphis will be staioned
With the 928 Engineer Construc Construction
tion Construction Group.

Miss Stueb. Plan
To For Mrs. Whitman
Miss Donna Stuebe has issued
invitations to a tea tn be held at
the Ft. Amador Officers' Club,

Oct. 20 in honor of Mrs. W. W.
Whitman, who is making ao ex extended
tended extended visit with her daughter,
Miss Margaret Whitman of Ancon.
Tichr' Reception
Slitod For Saturday

New: teachers will be special
guests at a retention and dinner

which wiD be given Saturday at

me Hotel TivoH by local 327, the
American Federation of Teachers.
Mr. Jimmie Lyons is Chairman of

we committee in charge of the e-
vent.
?0th Infantry Halda
Raojimpnral Brunch
An air of authenticity pervaded

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MEXICO CITY, Oct. 15 (DP) -The
Peiping Opera Troupe was
denied admission to Mexico by the
government today.
The Communist China group,
now on a tour of South America,
bad been signed by a local impre impresario
sario impresario for a number of perform performances
ances performances at the Palace of Fine Arts
Theatre here.
Undersecretary of Interior Fer-

nanado Roman Lugo, in announc announcing
ing announcing the exclusion of the group,
said the Mexican government
"will maintain its unbeing deci decision
sion decision against allowing entry to the
country of nationals of countries
where antidemocratic doctrines pre

vail, as in Red China.
The Peiping Opera arrived im

Buenos Aires today from Sao Pau Paulo
lo Paulo Rrail nhnarrt turn ihartrrl

pi-be. They will start an engage

ment in Buenos Aires colon Thea Theatre
tre Theatre tomorrow. Thev carried- three

tons of baggage with them.

the atmosphere at a brunch spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the First Battalion for
the ladies of the 20th Infantrv Re

giment, Thursday at the Ft. Kob Kob-be
be Kob-be Officers! Open Mess.
Hostesses for the occasion were
Mrs. C. R. Underdahl. wife of the

Commanding Officer of the 1st
Battalion, and Mesdames Helen
Coniski, Barbara Thompson, Nan
Dreher, Joan Lascala, Marion
Mears and Dottie Farrar.

Objects native to India traced

the tables, which were centered
with colorful runners of bouaain-

villea, peopled with wee Buddhas

that greeted each of the ladies.
With the backdrop of exquisite lin

ens, the candlelight, incense and
soft strains of Indian music gave

a touch of the fascination and

charm of the land of India.
Following a delightful brunch.

the chairman, Mrs. Isabelle Jer Jer-ram.
ram. Jer-ram. welcomed the honored

guests, Miss Gill and Young Gill of

Panama. Also welcomed were sev several
eral several wives of the 3rd Battalion and

J. W. T. C. who had crossed the

Isthmus to attend the function.

Mrs. W. Woodberry, who is en
route from Quito to the States,
was the guest of Mrs. C. R. Un

derdahl. Mrs. Dora Arket was the

guest of Mrs. Helen Coniski. New

comers to the Kegiment, M e s s-dames
dames s-dames Shirley Larson, Miriam

Mears, Kay Giebel, Yvonne Lew

is and Ethalyne RenU, were in

troduced. A farewell was given

Mrs. Dot Martin who win be leav
ing -soon. Winners of the door priz

es were Mesdames Montine Camp Campbell,
bell, Campbell, Toni Tapscott, Peg Hiocke

and Ellen Gile.
Mrs. C. R. Underdahl introduc

ed Young Gill, who gave a very

informative and interesting talk

on linens. Each guests was pre presented
sented presented with an embroidered hand

kerchief, by courtesy of Casa Gill.

WEST BABYLON. N.Y.. Oct.

15 (UP) Police carted away bar
rels of money today from the

currency cluttered home of a
taxi driver whose hoard was dis

covered by authorities when they

investigated a robbery attempt.
The money, reported to exceed

$50,000, ranged from pennies to

wads ot o0 Dills. It was found

littering the floor, crammed in
pots, pans, pockets and even the

bathtub. Money was stuffed under

floor boards, pillows and chair

cushions and in coffee cups.
Bills strewn about the floor ob obviously
viously obviously had been walked on as
though they were not there, police
said.
The hoard wan found after .Tnhn

Van Huda. 52, was beaten by two

roooers, wno bad hoped to carry
away their loot in a flour barrel.
The intruders were routed bv

the screams of Van Huda's re recluse
cluse recluse spinster sister, who said she
had not left the house in 10 years

ana wnose existence came as a
surprise to neighbors.
All the robbers got was a feed
sack crammed with cash. Van
Huda claimed the sack contained
about $12,000 of his hoard. Police

had no idea how much money

they swept up. They carried away
all the hoard for safekeeping un until
til until it could be counted and taken
to a bank tomorrow. The U. &

Treasury Department was report reported
ed reported to be interested in the money,
for income tax purposes.

juiss van nuaa tow police her
brother had been hoarding money

since aqou aiuer seized power in

uermany.

Mr. And Mrs. Oerrler
Announce Birth Of Daughter

Mr. and Mrs. Luther A. Dorrier,

Jr. announce the birth of a daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, lou Ann, Oct. 10. Mr. and
Mrs. Dorrier reside in Charlottes Charlottesville,
ville, Charlottesville, Virginia. Mrs. Dorrier is the

former Katheme Powell and e-

sided in Gatun with her parents.
Maternal grandparents are Mr
and Mrs. Charles N. Powell of

Balboa and paternal grandparents

ai Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Dorrier of

Charlottesville, Virginia.

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'When the war started. Johnny
EOt verv excited heransp he

thought Hitler was going to take

over tne wooie world, she said.
'He thought if he took his money
out of the bank and kent it hi tn

bouse. Hitler wouldn't look for it

there.
Echo of Collytr Case
Van Huda claimed there was

well over $50,000 strewn about his

nine-room, two-story house, along
with emDtv boxes raps anrf nilps

of newspapers, some dating back
to 1906. Everything was covered
with dust in the house, which re

minded authorities of New York's
famous Collyer brothers, eccen eccentric
tric eccentric recluses who lived in a innk

filled Manhattan home for dec

ades.
Police said the money they
found strewn on the floor of the
Van Hude home obviously had
been there for some time. It was
well worn from being walked on
constantly hut still nine in ennrl

enough condition to be used for

legai lender, ponce said.
The behavior of the Van Huda's
haffleri nnlin When th.v orriu.H

at the cluttered bouse. Miss Van

Huda suddenly ran upstairs and
began scrubbing the wall of her
bedroom.
Police said they k rned Van
Huda drove a taxi regularly until
last year, when he began working
only part timo.
Neighbors were amazed to
learn his sister existed. Tbey said
she never had been seen by any
of them.

Sci' -Fiction Sleuth Sitting
On Hurricanes For Oil Folks

PITTSBURGH -(UP)- A nsw
"emDlove" of the Gulf Oil Corn

doesn't do much else but sit out

hurricanes

"Hurricane Inspector," a robot,
is the new ftnh atnnlnva anil il I

piays me roie oi a sleuth. Its job

is to maae scientific measure
ments of the forces of waves

winds, tides and currents in the
open sea and in water depths over

iuu xeei.
The 'Insnectnr" will sit thmimh

the worst storms whipped up by
ooen water un in 100 miles nfr

shore in the Gulf of Mexico. It's

inside hurricane reports will be
valuable data for marine history.
This will be the first atnriv nf

deep-water storms. Previous re research
search research on these forces have been

conducted by the Navy, Coast
Guard and Gnnriptic Snti in

shallow water along the shore

use.

The Gulf Research i Develop Development
ment Development Cji at. n.arhv U.'fm.ruil).

Pa., has developed a complicated
engineering mprhanism Hesieaad

to determine the power needed

in on snore arming platforms to
protect the operating crews and

equipment.

These nlatfnrms fnllnw "ninl

casting" method developed dur
ing World War II to gauge beach
landings. "Hind-casting" calcu calculates
lates calculates future storm violence corre correlated
lated correlated with maximum sea forces

m relation to depth.
"Hurricane Inspector" mav die.

card many treasured sea legends
with its reports. It will check on

inose loo toot waves' fondly re

called by old salts. And those 00
foot waves which scientists theo theorize
rize theorize about may be relegated to
fiction.

The "Inspector" will record the

height of waves, periods between
crests and the tide during their
occurence. Wave length and ve velocity
locity velocity can be computed from thin

data. A "wave profile recorder,"

in winch insulated spark plugs
momentarily short out as a wave
passes over, will do the measur
ing.

The gal who wears glasses these days gets great cooperation
from manufacturers so she may select color, shape and trimming
to flatter. A pair of frames that shows the designer's touch (top)
is by SehiapareUi. Looking pretty and seeing well require fre frequent
quent frequent sudsing of glasses and frames in warn wator (fcotUnO.

9-Year-0ld Girl
Gels Electrocuted

In Family Bathtub

WEST ORANGE, NX. Oct 15.
(UP) A 9 year-old girl was elec electrocuted
trocuted electrocuted last night when she
touched a live electrical fixture
while standing in a bathtub full of
water.
Mrs. Helen Boyle, found the
body of her daughter, Susanne,
slumped over the side of the tub.
A seven- watt bulb was in the
child's mouth snd the fixture was
partially ripped from the wall a
novo her.

Police theorized the girl took

the bulb from the fixture, put io
in her mouth and then tried to

make it light by putting her finger
in the exposed socket.

Humphrey Hits Adlai, Too;
Says, 'Who's Neglectful?'

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WASHINGTON. Oct. 15 (UP)

Treasury Secretary George M.
Humphrey said tooay the Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower administration's record re refutes
futes refutes Adlai E. Stevenson's charge
that it has shown "favoritism" for
big business.
Humphrey said on the NBC
television program. "Youth Wants
to Know," that the Democratic
presidential nominee "has sadly
neglected" to mention the attitude
of he administration toward cor corporate
porate corporate taxes.
He said the Eisenhower admin administration
istration administration has insisted on continuing
excess profits taxes and high war wartime
time wartime corporate rates beyond the
expiration dates written into the
law by the Democrats during the
Truman administration.
As a result, he said, the Treas

ury has collected $7 billion in

taxes that the Democrats ob objected
jected objected to" during the past four
years.
Humphrey also rejected the
charges of Democrats that the
administration has hurt small
business.
'There are more prosperous
small businesses in the country
today than there have ever been,"
he said. "Small business has been
doing very weft during these four
years. ItNhas grown."
A questioner asked how the ad administration
ministration administration could represent the
small businessmen with so many
millionaires in the Cabinet.
He replied that there is not a
single Cabinet member 'who
didn't start at the bottom start
way down at the bottom and make
whaever he has."
'There isn't a single one of
them who just inherited his money
and hasn't gone through the mill,"
he said. 'So that I think there
isn't a man there who doesn't
fully appreciate and hasn't lived
through the problems of a small
business."
Humphrey said that the Repub Republicans
licans Republicans 'believe taxes should be
cut, and we will eventually cut
taxes." He expressed the hone
that a tax reduction would be
made 'before too lonr." i
But he reitcrattd his opposition
to an;- tax cut that would mean
an increase in the national debt.

Humphrey said later at The!

Plains, Va that 'every single tn tn-dividual
dividual tn-dividual tarpayer in the United
States has benefited by some re reduction
duction reduction in his tax" during tha
Eisenhower administration.
'We have encouraged initiative
and expansion when have dev el eland
and eland expansion which have devel developed
oped developed into the greatest period of
prosperity that our fast-growing
unhobbed economy has .over
known," he told a Virginians-for-Eisenhowcr
group.
He said farmers are the only
group who 'have not been sharing
full in this great prosperity." He
laid the blame on. ;pas. years of
ill-adviser ie;gis)atPSen firm
laws were passed for politicians
rather than farmers." He said the
farm situation 'has began to
improve."

TOP BULLFWHTBRS
TO APPEAR IN LIMA
(PA-O Totixists to Lima will
be able to see top "toreadores"
from Spain and Portugal who
will headline the bnUflght sea season
son season beginning Sunday. Oct. 21st,
and continuing through the
next lour Sundays until Nov.
11th, according to Pahagra'a
(Pan American-Grace Airways
South American Information

Bureau.

Distlneuished luminaries from

the bullfight world, Cesar GIron,

Paco Mendez, Qregorlo aancnez,
Barcos de Cells and Curro and
Rafael Giron will perform in
five "corridas" against bulla
raised on famous Peruvian
ranches.
A special feature of this year's
bullfights will be Angel Peralta.
famed Spanish "rejoneador.

who fights bulls from horseback,
displaying outstanding art com.
bined with skilled horseman.

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Social and Olli

erwiSe

Oil tin hi J

Mr. And Mrs. Burton

Have Husfu$ls

; daughter Martha, at the Brazos
-iRrnak- I'nimtrv Club on Satu.dav

u- ,nj u urri rnv- evening on the occasion ot ner SIX

d today from XUdlaad Texas lor teenth birthday,
a two-weei visit They will be- Refreshments were served and
houseguests of Mr. Harris broth-! the youwj people spent the eve-er-in-!aw
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. ning daccing.
Eidridte Burton of Balboa. Mrs. Johnson was assisted by
e I Mrs. Rosemary Wilder and Mrs.
Kevin Cex Cefabrat.s Rae Wilder.
Fourth Birthday I ,. .
Kcvji Cox was guest of honor at Ladies Auxiliary
a delightful birthday part airaiig Eatertam Gorgas Pat lenta
d hv h -MTwits. Mr. and Mrs. 1 The American Legion Ladles

1. E. Cos at their home in New

Criitoba'.
Guets who helped Kevin cele celebrate
brate celebrate his fourth birthday were Jim
Washabaugh, Stephanie LawSon.
Jody Hickey, Jean Geer, Harry
and Jenie Johnson. Leslie Marek,

N even ,ese. .ioon urr. muy jmi-,". -

Lain. 1 trait' Cornea.. Billy arid Pvt. Jose. My on
Barbara Geddes, Mary and Mike Cokes and hon e-made e--el
S Buaty Bou7he. Michael j were ffrtJ
Rail and Pee Da. DeLapp. cigae, jag g nt
' Tli rhirfrn were nrespoted with I

favors of baskets, crayons pads fcatun Uaian Church Baiaar

Auxiliary entertained the patients,
of Gorgas hospital with bnio in
the Red Cross Recreation Room
on Wednesday, Oct. 10. The hospi hospital
tal hospital committee was composed of A?
'rtita H. McKeown and Elconore

Connor. Special pnaes went to ric.
Tiw. Miller of Fort Clayton and

nH hillann Thev all enioved the

animal shaped cookies, cake,
punch and ica cream cones.
Mrs. Cox was assisted by the

Misses ean Seaman, Pat Lawson,
Kathleen and Eileen Cox, Mary

Lou Washabaugh and Diane Mic Mickey.
key. Mickey. Ladies -present were Mrs.
Jouche, Mrs. Corrigan and Miss
rozier.

Back From Trip
T f urepe

Mr. and Mrs. Ted

Rimmington

Ti,, u-nman's Auxiliaiv of the

Gatun Union Church will sponsor
a bazaar that will carry out the
Country General Store" theme.
Thi. ie on iHl nlace to do your

! Christmas shopping early. There

will be Attic Treasures, ury umu.
and Novelties, Penn Dutch Gar
dens and Sugar and Spice booths
for your inspection, and a special
booth for children with no item fl flyer
yer flyer 99 cents. Cracker and
barrels will hold surprises for the
children, too. Hot dogs, soda, cof-

'o H rake will Oe servea me

i

TV kt t'S hi W

-ft hv tri.t

"Heads yv play fcotbMI tails wt play house!"

lovers s Joan Weber Grows
Reveals Musical Maturity

Aut ..j fnu..j... nt 11 Hi H.r.i, ,.,, shnnneM This attai r Will

SS Rnahine, from a three month; be held Oct. 19 from 5 unt 10

trip to England and the States

Metdamat Priadmaa, Major
Hanartd At Lunchaon
A no-hostess luncheon was giv given
en given in honor of Mrs. Samuel Fried Friedman
man Friedman and Mrs. Adele Major, who
are leaving for a three-month va va-catioB
catioB va-catioB visit to New York.'
Those attending the luncheon
were: Mrs. George Bates. Mrs.
Martin Berger, Mrs. Manfred En En-gel,
gel, En-gel, Mrs. Roy Glickenhaus, Mrs.
Dan Hifshl, Mrs: Herman Homa.
Mrs. William Homa, Mrs. Mickey
Kaplan, Mrs. Ernst Kohn, Mrs.
Ernst Koref, Mrs. Lotte Schaeter.
Mrs. Arnold Solomon, Mrs. Frank
Sterner and Mrs. Nathan Witkln.

B.m. at the Gatun yiunuci nm n

rea behind the tire station

JIfflKS

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coIumi ahaula" k ubmalc a
p-wria torwiid mailed ta a
S tb, x numbers listed daily
"Swial and Otherwiit," r dabvtr dabvtr-,i
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The Medical Aaaeciation

Atlantic Bridge Club

The Atlantic Bridge Club will ,.tKin Canal Zone

begin its games at the Margarita w

..I ih'tc r. f i n 0

promptly at 7:15 o'cloc1:. Anyone
iaterested in the games is most
cordially invited to come out and
join the group.
Birthday Dance
At Brases Breeks
Captain and Mrt. J. P. Johnson
Of Margarita entertained for their

The 598th meeting of the Medi

cal Association on the Isthmian
Canal 'Zone will be held at
Seco Leprosrum Tuesday, a
7 OU p m. This announce meat
supersedes the date as listed m
the Professional Staff Proceea Proceea-ings,
ings, Proceea-ings, Gorgas Hospital, for the
month oi: October 1956.
The Mowing Scientific Pro Program
gram Program will be presented.
1. Presentation of a Few Casea

of Leprosy ai rau j

Era Hurwitz auperioieuurui.
2. ''Hand Surgery in Leprosy,
by Dt. E. H. hartmann. Chief,
Orthopedic Section, Gorgas Hos Hospital.
pital. Hospital. To avoid traffic congestion at
Pa.O Sc'0, bus ii'an; pottat.on wiU
be avauabie. The bus will leave
iiom ttie lower parking lot 01
Gorgas Hospital al 6:00 p. m.
Pacific Navy Wives' Club. J
The Pacific Navy Wives' Club
will hold their regular monthly
business meeting tonight at V 20
at the Community House, 15th
Naval District Headquarters. All
members are welcome and new
members may be pledged.

SI. Paul's 'Fiesta1
To Mark Hew Trend
In Entertainment
Fiesta 195S" sponsored by S'.
P.;.'s Church at the Mechanics
Club Friday night will make a
new departure in the field of local
entertainment according to A E.
Bill, chairman of the committee
in charge of arrangements.
A busy hum of activity. Tombo Tombola
la Tombola shelves and counters laden with
attractive novelties, pop corn and
kmmA rnnkm and halrpri fnnrls of

all k,nds, toothsome dainties, Members are aiso urgenny --" u fn::iJwirino! t.-inu
grab b.g.,..ifU and nov

n up n 'im vm nimr iirifs 111 tiii iiif uvr hi iitri iluii iiiukc ofiicr. . ...

NEW YORK (UP) w
happens when a singer is a suc success
cess success without the struggle?
Joan Weber is a case in point.
In November, 1954. Joan We Weber's
ber's Weber's recording of 'Let Me Go
Lover" made show business his history.
tory. history. Introduced on a dramatic
television show, the record's im impact
pact impact was astounding. It passed
the million-mark in sales in just
a ftw weeks and Joan, still a teen teenager
ager teenager fresh out of Pauisboro, N.J.,
found herself booked into New
York's Copacabana.
"Wherr the record caught on,"
Joan said, "I was caught Without
an act. I didn't even know, how to
take a bow. And there I was,
playing the Copa.
"I had no time to get my bear
ings. 1 juSt waan't ready."
After a while, those plush book bookings
ings bookings tapered off and early this
.loan was out of won:.

That's when' she decided to make

a change in her act. She bous;lit
iipk towns, changed her hair

from dark to blonde, learned to

put over sophisticated ballads.
Presto! The new Joan Weber!
She opened at the Casino Royal

in Wasnmgion anoui six mumus
ago and won rave reviews. Then
she blaied the nicer spots in

Houston, Dallas, Ottawa and

New Orleans.! Reviewers, nesiars
praising her singing, wrote about
her "eraciousness her Grace

-I Kelly -ish charm."

Tn the cominir months. Joan
will be playing the Miami-Havana
circuit.
Her newly won acceptance
gives Joan an opportunity to
&peak of the flash-in-the-pan star's
prob'ems. But Joan said she
would not change a thing in her
career if she had it to do over.
"I can see now that it is tnrn tnrn-inc
inc tnrn-inc Ant. i well and I wouldn't

have begruded myself those proud

mcntns wnen 1 was on inp, joan
said. "In this business, that's
vhat we work for."

BARGAIN!
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1956
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However, she makes this point:
"I'm talking alnut the mental

tln'se who fortune favors, are just

a it j of the activities slated for
this galaxy of gaiety.

Coronation of "Queen Juana I"
as queen of the flowers promises
to be a colorful affair; md her at attractive
tractive attractive maids of honor robed in
Mlanrlni will tftntllftllv riVftl th

Queen in their array of color and aociation will be held this evening
heouty. at 7:30 o'clock in the Library of
. ai it. av 1 1. ii. M j.l If 1.- .tav r-I 1

, Dancing wiu aoa me unai loucn we soma Margarita scnooi.
to aa evening of jollity at fiesta All parents and teachers are cor-
J93. dially invited.

Light refreshments will be serv

ed by Mrs Margaret Lemaster,
Mrs. Evelyn Moore, and Mrs.
Marianne Morafl.

First Atlantic Side
T, A MtMtinj
The first regular meeting of the
Atlantic tide Parent-Teachers As-

long run because I had no exper!

ence 10 speak 01,
"Now, I feel that I'm ready for
the Copa. I didn't feel that way
the first time."

BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE fish vision tells us that keeping

jhim in college is more important
'OUR son Leonard has twojthao keeping him Deutv.i, u
more years of college," writes himself.
Mrs. F, "Last summer he worked;
for a Dttilcitug iiriii witaeu into Sometimes, our refusal to
e him a denrrte-.t. j.-'i at a go-d creut a chad with a git... .1 u
salary. He wanted to take it in-s!renath ho hcH tn o )

sieaa c irning oac tn s hi some mistakes is our own se'.f-I

"He finally agreed to go back distrust doubt of ouro wn wisdom
only on condition that he can quit that we can't trust life to unfold!
next January if he still feels that wisdom to Leonard.
college Is a waste of rime. My. 1 1
husband, who. has struggled hard fkl C fL
to put the boy through college, is jFf jTcPPInQ UT

Ntk W1U1 Ul&pUlIUlUCUI. m
Let's suppose the worst. Sup-jAUlO 1 rOdUCtlOII
pose Leonard DOES quit college'

nei January. 11 mis aecision 'VTWPP, B'":'",v O.

nw Vvm juiiguirut, i cuu- (l P) General Motors Contmen
ceivable that Leonard will see this m produce 53.000 passenger
m time to change lt-ind return fars ,nd Xma. a( jts expanded
tn on lafl if rri novt Conlamhae ,

t htm Ana fnlrmuiMtf1 S t v .. j- rtl a;

,v"'""'us- . rresincnt nariow a. turuce ois-i
VVnat rnttlH mab it imnncci L) i

for him to replace his poor judg judgment
ment judgment with good? J Curtice said this represented

UMtrtist of his good judgmenr sbantial in-ee over 1S5. He

couia ao 11. predicted a further increase

HIS Barents contribute to that

distrust every time they insist

that his wish to ouit college shows

bad judgment. Every time they,
do it they suggest that Leonard U
incapable of good judgment.

11 nis decision aoes turn out to
be mistaken, he may be so mes mesmerized
merized mesmerized by their distrust of fs

judgment that he stops trying to
make any and submits to mistak mistakes
es mistakes instead of making the new de decisions
cisions decisions that would correct them.

This is the only real peril in
Leonard's situation.
If his parents have his perma permanent
nent permanent welfare in mmd, they will
stop attacking his judgment of col college
lege college as a waste of time. Though
they may not agree with it, they
wifl accept it, saying with love
and conviction to their son:
"When the "time comes, for you to
deride for or against college, you
will know all that you need to
know to make the wise decisico.

ATTENTION 6th. 7th. 8th GRADE STUDENTS
LEARN BALLROOM DANCING

A new class in beginners kallxoam dancing Is alanine

October 29ih. The course wffl tactade.Fextret. Walts and
IW,.,k,,.. I, Jl I u 1. l-l C-. m n .

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Jitterburr. Registration will be held Saturday,

-oin -:uo io :w p.m.
Dorese Waites
SCHOOL OF DANCING
Columbus Clnb (Upstairs rear) Balboa
For information phone 2-2363

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ard Leonard see things.-our -way. We see
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lege college degree for him.
It is not our obligation. Leonard
will live life well not because we'
ve got him a college degree,
but because we have given h i m
the priceless gift Of self -trust.
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up-to-date motion pictures, In the success of John Ford, who
tops all other directors with six Academy Awards to bis
credit, Vera Miles, who plays the romantic lead opposite
Jeff Hunter m Fold's newest John Wayne starring picture,
"The Searchers," had never worked for Ford and did not
Know that Consequently, when she played her first scene
ia the film, a (rooting of her lover, after absence of sev several
eral several years, she was the most surprised girl in the world,
when lovely music welled up as she embraced Hunter. The
take was perfect one. "It put me in exactly the right
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Detroit Lions, Chicago Cards Pro Grid Leaders

Washington Redskins
Only Winless Eleven
At End Of 1st Quarter

NEW YORK, Oct. 15 (UP)-The Detroit Lions
and Chicago Cardinals topped the National Football
League's division races today with 3-0 records while
the champion Claveland Browns languished m the

worst scoring slump of meir n-year niswry.

The Lions, the Western Divi Division's
sion's Division's only perfect record team,
fought off a rip-snorting rally to
dge the Los Angers Bams Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. 24-81. The Cardinals, with
Oll'e Matson racing 105 yards
with a kickoff, remained the.
Eastern race's only undefeated undefeated-untied
untied undefeated-untied club by thumping the
Washington Redskins, 31-3.
Washington was the only team
without a victory at the one one-cuarter
cuarter one-cuarter mark in the campaign,
but coach Paul Brown's defend defending
ing defending league champions were m
a'moii as much trouble. The
Erownles suffered their second
loss in three starts when they
took a 21-9 whipping from the
New York Giants.
The Chicago Beats crushed
the San Francisco Fnrty-N'n-trs,
?M; The Green Bay Pack Packers
ers Packers defeated the Balt'more
Colts, 38-33; and tbe Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia Eagles downed the
Pittsburgh Steelers, 35-21, in
Sunday's other contests.
A capacity crowd of 56 281
fans at Detroit watched the Li Lions
ons Lions take a 17-0 halftime lead on
touchdowns by Gene Gedman
and Don Mcllhenny plus Jim
Martin's 35-yard field goal. But
Billy wade replaced Norm Van
Brocklin at quarterback for the
Bams in the second half and
threw two scoring passes to El El-roy
roy El-roy (Crazy Legs) Hirsch,and one
to Leon Clark to make it nip nip-andJtuck.
andJtuck. nip-andJtuck. Mcllhenny, a promis promising
ing promising rookie from Southern Meth Methodist,
odist, Methodist, scored what proved the
dec'sive touch down in the final
period before Wade's two scoring
to'-cs to Hirsch.
"I'm amazed by Hirsch 33.
nd he's running like a kid,"
aid coach Buddy Parker of the
Lions after the close shave.
Tbe Cardinals have half a
dozen nlayers who run 100
yards in less than 10 seconds
and Ihev were in eood form at
iWashinetort. Hallbwk Frark
Berifardi racertyWds with
a punt for the first Card
'touchdown and Matson broke
;the game open wHh h's third
period kiekoff return. It was
the longest touchdown run in
Griffith Stadum history.
A'tx Webster scored three
touchdowns and New York's de defensive
fensive defensive unit held Cleveland's
ball carriers to a mere 40 yards.
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It was the worst defeat the Gi Giants
ants Giants ever handed Cleveland and
they dished it "out .before 00,042
Brownie fans.
roach Jim Lee Howeii of me
Giants probably pin-pomtea
Cleveland's trouble after the
wamp when he sam, tne
Browns are as good a clubas last
year except, for the absence of
Otto Graham." The Giants
threw George Rattermap, Gra
ham's replacement at Quarter
back, for losses totaling 62 yards
while outplaying Cleveland's of
fensive and defensive lines.
Kentucky-Bound
Nashua Winds Up
Career Like Champ
NEW YORK, Oct. 15 -(UP)-
Nashua will be s. lpped toKen
tuckv todav for a new career in
stud, but some horsemen feel he
probably could run ill the way t8
the bluegrass contry alter waicn
ing his final race.
The turf world's greatest money
winner certainly looKea nice a
champion distance runner when
he closed out his brilliant racing
career last Saturday by setting a
new American record for two
miles in the Jockey Club Gold
Cup race at Belmont Park.
With Eddie Arcaro in me saddle
Nashua finished the long distance
fount in 3:20 2 15, clipping two
fifths of a second off tne former
American mark set by Market
Wise in the same event 15 years
ago.
Except for bis run way victory
over Swaps in their match race
at Chicago last year it probably
was the big bay colt's, greatest
perfermince, but it failed to V
ter his owners' plans for his re
tirement.
According to schedule, Nashua
will leave New York today by
train for Lexington, Ky. He is ex expected
pected expected to arrive there early
Wcndneday and then will make
his final public appearance dur-
special cerem"on's at the
Keeneland, Race track Thursday
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Sports Briefs

THE WEEKEND SPORTS
SUMMARY
Saturday
NEW YORK (UP)
'Na-
ne
settinir a new American record
fdr two miles In the Jockey Club
Gold Cup race.
CHICAGO Dedicate defeat
ed Summer Tan by a head in
the Hawthorne Gold Cup race.
MELBOURNE, AustraMa
Jim Bailey won the 800 meter
race in the Australian Olympic
track and field trials.
KANSAS CITY The Kan
sas City Atmetics traoea out outfielder
fielder outfielder Al Pilarcik and pitcher
Art Ceccarelli to the Baltimore
Orioles for pitcher Rinold Duren
and outilelder Jim Pisoni.
Sunday
SAN FRANCISCO Doug
Ford, Don January, Mike Fet-
hick and jay Hebert tied for
;;he lead at the end of the final
round in the western Open Golf
Tournament.
PEBBLE BEACH. Calif.
Wiffie Smith defeated Mrs.
James Ferris, 8 and 6, in the fi final
nal final round of the Trans-Mississippi
Women's Amateur Golf
Tournament.
WASHINGTON The Wash Washington
ington Washington Senators sold pitcher
Connie Grob to Montreal of the
International League.
HONOLULU The touring
Brooklyn Dodgers collected 21
hits in defeat ng the Hawaii
Red Sox, 19-0, in an exhibition
game.
D'Amato Finally
Agrees To Chicago
For Heavy Title Go
NEW YORK (DP) Stubborn
Cus D Amato, manager of young
Floyd Paterson, finally relented
today and said he would approve
Chicago Stadium as the site for
Patterson's proposed heavyweight
title fight with Archie Moore, Nov
30, "if certain assurances are giv
en me about Chicago.
Accordingly, Jim Norns may
match 21-ycar-old Patterson 'of
Brooklyn and 39-year-old Moore of
Saa Oiego on Monday to fifiht for
the vacant heavyweight crown.
TIT
D'Amafo, who has been stead steadfastly
fastly steadfastly rejecting Chicago as the
battle site, did not explain what
"assurances" he wanted about the
Windy City. One guess is that he
wants ring officials from other
states to work the fight: or he
may want the right to veto cer certain
tain certain Illinois officials.
Center Theatres -T oniqht
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GREAT DAY FOR THE YANKS Yogi Berra (left), Andy
Carey (rear) and an excited fan (foreground) mob Johnny
Kucks after the young pitcher blanked the Dodgers, 9-0, in the
deciding game of the World Series.

Alston Yanks
Drysdale After
7 Perfect Innings
WAILUKU, Maul, T.H., Oct. 15
(Tjp) The Brooklyn Dodgers
opened their barnstorming tour
Saturday by defeating Maui All All-Stars
Stars All-Stars 6-0 as Don Drysdale re retired
tired retired 21 consecutive batters be before
fore before leaving aft the end of the
seventh.
Drysdale threatened to dupli duplicate
cate duplicate the perfect game pitched
by Don Larsen against the
Dodgers in the World series, but
manager Walt Alston noted the
overflowing Fairgrounds crowd
and waved In Ralph Branca. The
All-Stars touched Branca for
single hits in the eighth and
ninth.
Roy Campanella started off
the scoring with the only Dodg Dodger
er Dodger homer In the second with
Jackie Robinson aboard.
The linescore:
Brooklyn
Maui
021 200 100-6
000 000 000-0
Drysdale, Branca (8), and
Campanella, Olson (5). Sardin Sardin-ha,
ha, Sardin-ha, Watanabe (8),Souza (9) and
Ono, Molina (5).
Pro Grid Scores
Chicago- Bears 31, San F'rscn
Chicago Cards 31, Washington
Philadelphia 35, Pittsburgh 21
Detroit 24, Los Angeles 21
New York 21, Cleveland 9
Green Bay 38, Baltimore 33.
DEALER Guy Martin of
Colgate is one of the better
passing and h a 1 1-handling
quarterbacks in college ball.
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El Panama Tennis
Show Cancellation

An illness has cancelled Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night s El Panama tennis
show.
Tbe hotel had scheduled three
singles matches and one doubles
match involving three visit ng
professionals and El Panama
pro Johnny Sapp. But, Chile's
top-seeded player, Luis Ayala,
became ill last night and has re returned
turned returned home.
" i t j ) i t it
The cancel latlon was an announced
nounced announced this morning by El
Panama manager Joe Cunning Cunningham.
ham. Cunningham. In addition to Sapp and A A-yala,
yala, A-yala, Swedish co-champ ons
Ulf Schmiidt and Sven David
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Mrs. Loly de Lazsartn's dis distance
tance distance loving Golazo yesterday
afternoon barely lasted to stave
off Pappa Flynn's formidable
stretch run In the one mile $3, $3,-000
000 $3,-000 added Horse Owners Asso Association
ciation Association classic at the President

Remon race track.
Golazo, the mutuels favorite,
and the top-weighted Pappa
Flynn trailed to the final quar quarter
ter quarter where they moved up and
flashed to the front midway
down the homestretch after Pa-
vinetto, Kensington and Gour Gourmet
met Gourmet had all taken a whack at
setting the pace.
In the ran to the wire, Pap Pappa
pa Pappa Flynn gained rapidly on
Golazo, which had preceded
Pappa Flynn in the advance,
but was still a nose, shy at the
finish line. Jockey Alejandro
Ycasa lodged a foul protest, a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst winning rider Jose
Bravo.
After deliberating for several
minutes, the stewards disallow
ed the foul claim.
President Ernesto de la Guar Guar-dla
dla Guar-dla Jr., who was designated by
officials of the Horse Owners As Association
sociation Association to present the huge
silver trophy to the winning
owner, was enthusiastically ap
plauded for his democratic ex
ample of mingling with the
crowd in the main grandstand.
The president mad the trophy
presentation, usually held in the
exclusive clubhouse, in the re reserved
served reserved section of tbe main
stands.
Golazo'g time for the mile
1:39 2-5 as compared to Me Me-lendes'
lendes' Me-lendes' 1:38 4-5 in the very
next race for Class A competi competitors.
tors. competitors. Melendes outran Mossa Mossa-deq,
deq, Mossa-deq, Polemon, Town's Wall
and Gnnetino in the secondary
attraction.
Chilean rider Francisco Ga-
tica stole jockey honors with
four victories aboard Melen Melen-dez,
dez, Melen-dez, Dawn Song, unbeaten Tully
Bar and Gltanilla, a native
thoroughbred which made her
first start a victorious one. Ga-
tica's countryman Fernando At
varez was the only other rider to
score more than once! Alvarez
swept the HrsJ, d o u ble but
his third place finish aboard
Gourmet in the classic was the
closest he came to winning an another.
other. another. The dividends:
FIRST RACE
1 Riscal $5.40, $2.80.
2 Ponton
SECOND RACE
1 Nogalino $4.29, $2.69.
2 Fellac $4.
First Double: S10.60
THIRD RACE
1 Tully Bar $249, $2.20.
2 Marcelita $2.49.
One.Two: $5
FOURTH RACE
1 Moonshiner ST 2. $5.80.
2 Redondita $3.49.
Qpniela: $29.29
FIFTH BACE
1 GitanHla SS.40, $3.20.
&-Rafaelito S3.40.
SIXTH RACE
1- Te Gano S13.60, $5.29.
2 After Me SM9.
SEVENTH RACE
1 Dawh Song ,$4-49, S3.
2 Suzerain $6.49.
Second Doable: $31.49
EIGHTH RACE
1- Folletito $12. $3.80.
2 Chepanita $3.
Quiniela: $16.29
NINTH RACE
1 Golazo $5.49, $3.29.
2 Pappa Flynn $4.49.
One-Two: $18.69
TENTH RACE
1- Melendez $6.40, $3.
2 Mossadeq $2.69.
ELEVENTH RACE
1- Ika $3.49, ,S9. J
2- Nacho $3.49.
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Diamond

By Victor Gray

The New York Yankees in an
nexing their 17th world cham
pionship brought down the cur
tain on Major League baseball
lor 1956, and during the months
remaining between now and
next season, the usual bartering
and front office master mind
ing will be the order pf the mo moment.
ment. moment. Panama Pro League
Local attention is now being
concentrated on the Profession Professional
al Professional League, where, as usual, the
tnree scheduled clubs, Chester Chesterfield,
field, Chesterfield, Spur Cola and Carta Vie Vie-ja
ja Vie-ja will vie for Isthmian supre supremacy.
macy. supremacy. Quite a number or fans
are expressing their contempt
fci the three-club affair, but as
things are at present, there
seem to be no possibility of a
change of any kind.
It is a known fact that the
sponsors of professional base baseball
ball baseball In Panama, are sportsmen
of the first water and everything
that goes along in that line, but
in making their Investments
from a business point of view,
some kind of returns it looked
forward to.
Speculation has been rife all
along for the inclusion of a
fourth club in the league. This
would have been possible, had it
not been for the following rea reasons:
sons: reasons: 1. A fourth elub would mean
an Increased schedule, bringing
about extra costs for baseballs,
umpires, paying of league per personnel,
sonnel, personnel, etc.
2. Local playing personnel a a-ailable
ailable a-ailable would have to be split
up to bring all the clubs to even
strength, and an expected team
of foreigners as the Carta Vleja
would have little or" no opposi opposition
tion opposition whatsoever.
3. Paying of salaries would
pose a serious problem, since
with the current state of reces recession
sion recession attendance at games could
not be guaranteed, therefore in increasing
creasing increasing the possibilities of the
clubs winding up in the red.
T. Climatic CU'"t'UIl J rau-
ama ,do not permit the comple completion
tion completion of a schedule for a four-eltib
league in time to meet the Ca
ribbean Series and allow play players
ers players on major league rosters to
report in time for spring train training.
ing. training. 5. If a fourth club was to be
accepted, the league with its
present strained financial re resources
sources resources would be forced to guar guarantee
antee guarantee its expenses such as the
sending for players and other
wise.
Improvement In Play
The Panama Prof essiona!
League which came Into being
some 11 years ago, was rated
anywhere between Class "B" am
'A" in its first years of opera
tion. At that time imported play
ers were looked upon as super super-beings.
beings. super-beings. Today, Dt is the other
way around, with the fans ask asking:
ing: asking: "What kind of guys are
they bringing now?" "Are they
as good as our Lopez, Robinson,
Parris, Bernard, Austin, prescott
and Moore?
Salary Discussions
The person or persons hardest
hit by this improvement hap happens
pens happens to be the club owner. The
local guy Is bound to recognize
in the circuit some player or
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plavers who performed along
with him in the tame league In
the States which the local lad
played and starred; and now ap appear
pear appear on a Pro League payroll,
probably that of the same elub
on which native son la regis registered,
tered, registered, earning twice as much
with expenses taken care of by
the management.
Better Baseball
Although none too recommen-
dable, we are of the opinion that
the three-club set-up, with the
clubs evenly matched, would
provide a better brand of ball
and, on the other hand, will
help to keep the sport alive in
Panama. True It is, indeed, that
with things this way quite a few
of our local lads will be paying
their way into the eames as on
ly the fittest will be able to sur
vive.
However, tbe question remains
in the hands of the fans, as it
is a fact that on their pockets
the upkeep of the grand and
noble sport known as profes professional
sional professional baseball depends.
Dodgers Snap Out
Of World Series
Slump With 21 Hits
HONOLULU. Oct. 15 (UP).
The Tokyo-bound Bro o k 1 y n
Dodgers, on a barnstorming
tour, came out of their World
Series batting slump here yes yesterday
terday yesterday with 21 hits to defeat the
Hawaii Red Sox, 19-0.
A crowd of 11,000 watched PC
Wee Reese, Glno Cimoli, Bert
Hamric and Don Zimmer whack
home runs as the Flatbushert
collected nine extra base hits.
Pitchers Clem Labine and Fred
Kipp combined to scatter a five five-hit
hit five-hit shut-out over the team
which almost won the Global
World Series last month in Mil Milwaukee.
waukee. Milwaukee. The game was marred when
two Bed Sox were carried off the
field after colliding in a vain
effort to catch Don Demeter's
Texas League triple. Both "wr
Knocked out.
Manager Walt Alston named
Don Newcombe to pitch the fi final
nal final Hawaii game tonight against
ithe Red Sox: The Bums leavt
Tuesday for a four-week tour of
Japan.
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Oklahoma, Michigan State? Which Will Be Years Champion

MONO IT. OCTOMOt 1J. 1551

Table Tennis Tournament Gets
Underway At MB Tonight

A record number of 1M meus
have registred for the fifih an annual
nual annual Isthmian Table Tennis tour tournament
nament tournament which will get underway
at the USO-JWB Armed Frees
Service Center this evening at p.
The total includes 1 civilians
from the Canal Zone and Panama
and 20 military teiurtnts, anil
18 ladies who will participate in
the mixed doubles tournament,
the breakdown of military per personnel
sonnel personnel is as follows: 8 Navy. 8
Army 4 Air-Force. This will bring
the total of registrations to X19 par participants.
ticipants. participants. George Grannum, winner of all
four previous Isthmian table ten tennis
nis tennis tournaments and also national
champion of Panama will be seek seeking
ing seeking his fifth straight titlt.
Both singles and doubles have
ben scheduled: the singles elimi elimi-patioc
patioc elimi-patioc will begin tonight and the
doubles playoffs will be anndunc anndunc-eti
eti anndunc-eti at a later date. Playoffs win
take place on Monday. Tuesday,
Wednesday and Saturday even evenings,
ings, evenings, of this week, Thuesday.
Wednesday and Saturday next
week and Monday and Tuesday.
Oct 29 and 30.
GUN CLUB
NOTES
The Balboa Gun club 22
championship did not draw as
many competitors as was ex expected
pected expected for 'he Coco Solo Naval
Ease team went to the States
for a match. They .usually can
be depended on for several good -4
Capt. Bednarz from Ft. Davis
wes the" winner of the macch
With 839 but was not a member
of the Balboa Gun Club, this
made ggt. Gene Vegna of Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook Air Force Base with 829
the 1936 Club 22 Champion. Nor Nor-bert
bert Nor-bert F. "Knobby" Keller Is the
Balboa Gun club centerHTe
Champion as well as the 1955
Ghamplon. Pfc Victor Morgan
of Ft. Kobbe was the Sharp Sharpshooter
shooter Sharpshooter winner with 794. Pfc.
Frank V. Matuszek of Ft. Ama Amador
dor Amador was high marksman with
756. We call Fred Wells "one
point" for he was only one point
behind Veena to win the Ex
pert class award.
Individual winners are as fol-:
lows; i
Match No. 1 Time Fire
High Gun Capt. J. P. Bednarz, i
184..
High Expert Fred E. Wells,
16..
Gene Vegna, 186.
. High SS Victor Morgan, 184.
High Mkm Sp 3 J. W. Mat Mathews,
hews, Mathews, 185.
Match No. 2 Kapd Fire
High Gun Sit. Gene Vegna,
m.
High Expert Fred E. Wells,
190.
High 88 Pfc Victor Morgan
181.
High Mkm Frank Matuszek,
180.
Match No. 3 Slow F're
High Gun Fred Smith, 181.
High Expert Fred E. Wells,
178.
High SS Victor Morgan, 161.
High Mkm Frank Matuszek,
155.
Match No. 4 National Match
High Gun Capt. J. P. Bed Bednarz,
narz, Bednarz, 283.
High Expert Clarence Mcll Mcll-vaine,
vaine, Mcll-vaine, 276.
High SS Vic'.or Morgan, 268.
High Mkm Frank Matuszek,
252.
Match No. s Aggregate
High Gun Capt. Joseph P.
Bednarz, 839.
Club Champion Gene Vegna,
High Expert Fred E. wells, f
828.
High SS Victor Morgan, 794.
High Mkm Prank Matuszek, i
Den larien 'Wou'd
Gladly Settle For
16 Wins Next Year'
By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK (UPl-Iinn f..
the perfect game pitcher, said to-'
y ne win "gladly settle for 16
or 18 victories, next year."
Up to his ears in -endorsements
nd variety of other commit commit-meats,
meats, commit-meats, the hulking 27-vear-oH
right bander headed, today for
Hollywood, Calif., where he has a
television date during the week
end
'Everyone's expecting miracles
from this no windup idea," be
Mid, before departing. "I think
it's a good thing and naturally
I d like to in 20 next year btn
right now I'd gladly settle for 16
or 18.
'One guy I met asked me if,
I'm gonna stick with that no
windup stuff next season. I looked
at him and said. 'What do you

Minx inaven t lost a game smceioacK and 1 didn't think a whole1
I started using it against the Red lot about it then." I
Sox -three weeks ago." A whole new world has opened 1
Some baseball observers think up for the previously hardly no
Ijrspn mav hivu ct.rt.wl tui.H I . if .71

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trend when he disdained a wind- masterpiece,
up and became the first pitcher! The tremendous publicity that
In World Series history to hurl a followed his feat has enabled him
perfect no-hit, no-run game in the i to meet such cerebrities as Eliza Eliza-fifth
fifth Eliza-fifth Series game against Brook- ibeth Taylor, Bob Hope and Fran
Iyn. Teammate Bob Turley ouick- kie Lainc among others, and he's
ly adopted Larsen's no windup! frank enough to admit he's "en "en-technique
technique "en-technique and others are certain joying every minute of it"
t give it a try. Thus far his nerfect pirn. h.

"The on!jr pitcher I ever saw do
It before rac was Dick Littlefield
(now with the Giants;,"' Larsen

Football

Salen (W.Vi.) 27, W.Va. Wes. 13
Presbvterian 20, Elon 14
Flor. St. 21. Livingston (Ala, 14
Ft Valley bt. 6, Allen Univ. 6
Em. Hen. 13, Mary'le (Tenn.) 19
Mid. Tenn 20, Morenead 12
E. Caro. 20, W. Caroline 19
Albanv Slate 39. Pain. 6
Memphis St. 42, Austin Peay 19
Miss Voc. 80, Tougsloo (Miss.) 0
Tenn. Tech 39, Western Ky 26
Car'n-N'ew'n 21, Tenn Frosh 0
N.E. La. 33, South. St. (Ark) 7
Lane (Tenn.) 32, Rust 7
Chadron 27, Midland 7
Hiram 31, Grove City 7
Ripon 21, Grinnell 14
Lakeland 19. St. Procopius 7
St. Josephs 59, Indiana St. 13
Valparaiso '2 Evansviilt 7
Missouri Val. 35, Lewis (III.) 0
Ixiras 29, Luther (Iowa) 20
Central Iowa 15, Upper Iowa 6
V. .- ensburg 13, Mary ville 0
L: ,:on 14, Lincoln (Mo.) 7
1 :i (S.D.) 41, Concordia 7
Buena Vista 27, Dubuque 6
St. Cloud 20, Bemidji 13
Minn. Duluth 18, Macalester 6
St. Johns (Minn.i 7 Auesburg 7
How. Payne 12. Steph. F. Aus. 1
W. Texas 34, Texas Tech 14
Gambling 51, Wilev 20
N. Mex. Mil. 33, Pueblo JC 7
Texas West 28, Ariz. 6 1
Phil Smith 19, Bishop 13
Southwest Tex. 27. Sul Ross 0
Utah 27. Denver 13
Colo. Col. 26, Colo. Mines 13
S. Fr'cisco St. Col. 7, Hum. S'
Southern Ore. 13, Portland St. e
San Diego St. 7, Cal. Poly 6
Col. of Pacific 21. Fresno St. 14
Long Beach St. 26, Pepper'ne 12
Linfield 27, Ore. Col. of Edu. 13
SOUTH
Florida 7, Rice 0
F.S.U. 14, N.C. St. 0
Georgia 26, N. Carolina 12
T.C.U 23, Alabama 6
Ole Miss 16, Vanderbilt 0
Ga. Tech 39, L.S.U. 7
Tennessee 42, Chattanooga 20
Auburn 13, Kentucky 0
Duke 14, S.M.U. 6
Clemson 17, Wake Forest 0
Tulane 21, Navy 6
Miss. St. 18, Trinity (Tlx.) 6
S. Carolina 27, Virginia 13
Lehigh 27, V.M.I 20
V.P.I. 34, Wm. A Mary 7
Lenoir Rhyne 61, Guilford 7
Wofford 18, Furman 6
Davidson 48, Wash & Lee 6
Rand-Macon 20, Bridgewater 6
Johns Hopk. 14. Hamp-Syd 13
Centre 27, SW Tenn. 13
Ge'town (Ky) 20, Earlham IS
Catawba 14, Appalachian 7
Millsaps 20. Howard 20
Jax State 27, Troy 14
Miss. So" 21. SE La, 14
Miss. Col. 13, Sewanee 6
EAST
Syracuse 27, W. Virginia 20
Yale 33, Columbia 19
Princeton 34, Penn 0
Penn State 43, Holy Cross 0
Dartmouth 14, Brown 7
Temple 28. Scranton 20
Harvard '32, Cornell 7
Colgate 48, Rutgers 6
Boston U. 30, Geo. Wash. 20
Conn. 71, Mass. 6
Maine 29, New Hamp. 7
Tufts 52, Trinity 2r
Penn M.C. 14, Moravian 13
Lafayette 32, Albright 7
Norwich 28, Coast Guard 14
Wash A Jeff 21, Case 0
Bloomsburg 38. Mansfield 6
E. Strod. 28. Lock Haven 12
W.Va. Tech 20, Waynesburg 13
New Britain 20, Montclair 6
Gettysburg 45. W. Md. 0
Vermont 39, Rhode Island 13
Delaware 23, Bucnell 7
Lycoming 13. Juniata 6
Springfield 27, Colby 7
Amn. Int. 6. Northeastern 0
Alfrel 4, St. Lawrence 14
Williams 33. Middlebury 7
Hobart 33, Thiel 7
New Haven 48, Brandeis 7
Muhlenberg 14, Leb. Vai 7
F. &. M, 28, Upsala 6 .'
Rochester 6, Union 0
Hamilton 33, Wsgaer 7
C.raepie Tech 31, Dickinson 0
West Chester 13. Drexel 7
Haverfort 7, Wcsleyan 7
R.P.I. 26, Kings Point 7
Amherst 39, Bowdoin 12
Cortland 37. Ithaca 0
Wash (DC) 32, Gallaudet 0
Brockport 13, Bdinboro 13
Kutztown 13, Trenton 6
Wsstminsttr 40, Bethany is
Hiram 31, Grove City 7
Allegheny .C, Oberlin 19
Fairmont 26, Concord 0
Susquehanna 19, Nat Ae 0
Glenville 33, Davis Elkinj 6
Shepherd 26, Potomac St. 20
Slippery Rock 30, Ind. (Pa) 19
Bates 26, Worcester 12
SJiippensburg 32. Cal. (Pa) 14
Miflersville 13. Cheyney 12
Urshms 20. Wilkes 6
Delaware 26. Bucl;nell 7
SOUTHWEST
Texas AAM 14. Houston 14
Oklahoma 45. Texas 0
Baylor 14, Arkansas 7
Artk. State 21, La. Tech 13
Tulsa 14, Ok'a. A.AM 14
Wichita 19. Detroit 13
52H5STArk BaP,ist- Cencelled
NE Okla. E. Cen. Okla 0
remarked. "But that was a while
paid off $15,000 in outside "work' '!
with the prospect he mav more'
than double that figure this winter I

Scores

SW Okla. 19, Cen. Okla. St. 7
N. Mex. Hi. 14, N. Mex W.
E. New Mex. 13. Col. Ihaho 2
Austin 32, Ouchita 7
Ozarks 20, Ark. St. Tchrs 13
O. Tex. St. 14, Midwestern 7
Lamar 20, E. Tex. State 7
lam Hous. 28, Tex. AAI 14
McNeese 25, La. College 6
Delta 26, Ark. AAM 6
SW La. 67, Corpus Christ! 14
Ark. Tech 33, Mcm'is NAS 6
MIDWEST
Purdue 28, Notre Dame 14
Ohio Slate 26, Illinois 6
Michigan 48, Army 14
Mich. State 53, Indiana 6
Minnesota 0, Northwestern 0
Misoouri 42. N. Dak. St. 0
Iowa 13, Wisconsin 7
Kan. State 10, Nebraska 7
Kansas 25, la. State 14
Boston Col. 26, Marquette 19
Miami (O) 21, Marshall 14
Xaviar (O) 34, Cincinnati 14
John Carroli 20, Clarion 7
Kent St. 32, Ohio U. 13
III. Normal 22, E. Mich 7
Heidelberg 21, Wabash 20
Aug'na (SD) 13, la. Tchrs. 6
Emporia 28, McPherson 0
Mt, Union 19, Otterbein 7
Butler 28, Ball State 12
Bradley 26, No. 111. Tchrs. 7
Wooster 19. Denison 7
W. Mich 26, Toledo 15
Hillsdale 23. Alama 3
Hope 25. Adrian 7
' avne 19, Kalamazoo 7
S. Dak. St. 14, N. Dakota L
Ohio Wts. 33, Akron 27
Beloit 3. Depauw 0
Gus-Adolpbus 43, Ha inline 7
Cen. Mich 40, W. 111. Tchrs 20
Knox 33. Monmouth 7
Moorhead 14, Mankato 13
Kan. Wes. 53, Ottawa (Kan) 0
Albion 53,- Olivet 0
111. Wes. 34, N. Central 13
Wheaton 41, Lake Forest 12
Wm. Jewell 26, Tarkio 0
Carleton 30, Coe 6
Cornell (ia) 35, St. Olaf 18
Pitt (Kan) 27, Ft. Hays 6
Ind. Cen. 28, Manchester 14
NE. State 20, E. Cen. St. 0
Mo. Mines 33, NE Mo. 6
Omaha 9, Idaho. State 0
Stevens Pt. 7, Milwaukee 6
Whitewater 31. Stout 7
Platteville 7, Oshkosh 2
Bethel (Kan) 25, Bethany 7
West-Reserve 20, Buffalo 13
SW (Kan.) 13, Emporia St. 6
North Park 14, Concordia 6
Carthage 45, Chi. Illini 0
Baker 28, Friends 7
Capital 33, Kenyon 0
Ashland 40, Ohio Northern 13
St. Benedicto 14, Waihburn 13
SW Mo. St. 25, SE Mo. St. 0
South. (SD) 12, Black Hills 0
St. Thomas 18, Corcordia 13
Springfield 25, Girardeau 0
Villanova 13, Dayton 0
Hanover 36, Taylor 20
Anderson 7, Franklin 6
Rose Poly 47, Eureka 14
So. III. 33. E. Illinois 0
Millikin 30, Rock Island 26
Peru 41, Wayne 6
Chadron 27, Midland 7
Carroll 34, Elmhurst 0
Sterling 0, Westmar 0
Drake 14, Wash. (Mo.) 6
Bluffton 41. Defiance 0
Muskingum 23. Wittenberg 7
Findlay 55. Wilmington 6
Bowl. Green 32, Bald-Wall 21
Yankton 27, SD Tech 13
North'n (SD) 19, Dak. Wes. 6
PAR WEST
U C L A. 28, Wash. State 0.
Washington 20, Oregon 7
Coloralo 47, Colo. A.&M. 7
Stanford 40, San Jose St. 20
Wyoming 20, New Mexico 13
Utah State 27, Montana 13
Lewis-Clark 21, Wiliiamette 0
Pac. Lutb. 19, Cen. Wash 13
Panhandle 13. Adams St. 0
Ariz. State 27, Laverne 6
Ariz. (Tempe) 41, Idaho 0
Cempton 50, Weber 0
AF Acad. 48, W. Colo. St
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Oregon 25, Oregon Tech 18
Mont. Mines 0, E. Montana 0
E. Wash. 27, Whitman 8
San Diego JC 26, Harbor JC IS
W. Wash. 7, British Col. 0
Puget Sound 19, Whitworth 0
S. Diego Mar. 27. Occidental 0
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Beth-Cook'n 6, Benedicto
Fla. A.AI. 29, Claflin 13
Xavier (La) 7, Ala. A.AM. 0
Deia. St. 32, J. C. Smith 0
Morrisville 20, Union (Tenn) 0
Voorhee 14, Norfolk St. 6
Miss. Ind. Phil-Smith, cance'led
S. Car. St. 28, Cark 0
Hampton 7, Win-Salem 7
Md. State 24, N.C.A.AT. 6
St. Augustin 19, St. Paul 0
N.C. College 33, Va. State 13
Dillard 13, Fisk 0
W. Va. St. 13, Bhtefield 6
Morgan St. 41 Howard 0
Tuskegee 43, Knoxville 18
Texas South 44. Tex. Col. 20
Ala. Statt 14, Morehouse 0
Savannah 46, Morris Col. 0
Cen. State 13, Ky. State 13
Md. State 24, N.C.A.AT. 6
Albany St. 39. Paine 6
Florence St. 21, Livingston 18
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Ft. Lauderdale 26, S. Dade 0
St. Ann 32, St. Anastasia 7
Miami Hi Lee. ppl.
Miami Beach S. Broward, ppd.
St. Theresa-St. Pat, ppd.
Pensacola 26, Mobile Vibor 2i
Defuniak 34. Milton 7
Bay Hi 20, Mobile Mili. 7
Blounstown 26, Altha 7
Marianne 28, Chiplev 0
Pt. St. Joe 44, Graceville 0
Bonifay 21, Vernon 6
Crestview 18, Tate 6
Booker T. Wash. 51, Blake 6
Western 8. Crooms Acad. 6
SERVICE
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Boiling AFB 21, Ft. Jackson 0
CANADIAN PRO
Hamilton 40, Ottawa 24
Montreal 28, Toronto 13
Edmonton Sask'wac 17

By TIM MORI ARTY

NEW YORK, Oct. 15 (UP) -Ok-j
lahoma or Michigan State? Which!
team do you think ww wind up as
college football's national cham champion
pion champion this season?
Well, Don't bet the rent money
on either team until at least two
more weeks, or until the results
are in on their forthcoming games
witn Notre Dame.
Once the kingpins of eel lege
football themselves the I r i a
have gotten off fh one of their
worst season in many years
and now rac n a'.gMmarich
task of ploying Michigan Slate
and Ok 11 homo on successive
Saturdays.
Duff Daugherty's speedy Spar Spar-tans
tans Spar-tans get first crack at Notre Dame
next baturday at South Bend Ind..
and then the Irish must entertain
Bud Wilkinsons shut-out kids"
from Oklahoma the following,
weekend.
ConsiderUg their recent form,
the Irish won't stand a chance a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst either Michigan State or Ok-
lahoma, but the results of these
games should provide the experts
with a yardsucx tor mure reter reter-ence.
ence. reter-ence. At this stage of the season, It is
almost impossible to choose be between
tween between Oklahoma and Michigan
state, although the Sooners would
appear to have a slight edge sta-!
tisticallv speaking. Including last
Saturlay's 45-0 rout of Texas, Ok-;
lahoma now has rolled up ii
points in posting three straight
shutouts.
Michigan State has scored 83
points and given up 13 in its first
three games, including its most
recent 53-6 romp over Indiana.
However, one of these games was
against Michigan, a team rated
much stronger than any of Okla Oklahoma's
homa's Oklahoma's early-season opponents.
In making Texas the i r 33rd
straight victim, the Soeners were
led by Tommy McDonald and
Clendon Thomas, who scored three
touchdowns each. Michigan State!
uncovered a strong aerial game to
match it's vaunted running attack
against Indiana, completing 10 of
12 passes for 204 yards and. three
touchdowns.
Michigan, meanwhile, bounced
back from its loss to Michigan
State by capitalizing on six 'Army
fumbles to beat the Cadets, 48-14.
It was the most points ever scor scored
ed scored against an Earl Blaik-coached
Army team.
It was e "Black Saturday" al also
so also for such perennial powers
s Navy, Notre Dame, West Vir Vir-ginio
ginio Vir-ginio and Texas AAM. Quarter Quarterback
back Quarterback Gene Newton's two touch touchdown
down touchdown posses helped Tulane up upset
set upset Navy, 21-6; Purdue handed
Notre Dame h second defeat in
three gomes, 28-14; Jim Brown s
running once gain carried Sy Syracuse
racuse Syracuse to a 17-20 triumph ever
Watt Virginia, end underdog
Houston held Texas AAM to a
14-14 He.
Other top-ranked teams bowled
over their opponents with savage
displsys of power. Tennessee
didn't even star tailback Johnny
Majors in Wasting Chattanoga, 42 42-20;
20; 42-20; Ohio State ripped Illinois, 26
6; halfback Ken Winburg tallied
twice as Texas Christian downed
Alabama, 23-6; Georgia Tech ram rambled
bled rambled to a 39-7 victory over L.S.U.,
and Mississippi blanked Vander Vanderbilt,
bilt, Vanderbilt, 164,
Oklahoma should enjoyed anoth another
er another "breather" this week against
Kansas, while Ohio State enter entertains
tains entertains Penn State, Georgia Tech
hosts Auburn, Mississippi plays
upstart Tulane, Texas Christian
visits Texas A. a M Tennessee
hosts Alabama, and Southern Cal California
ifornia California (idle last weekend) enter entertains
tains entertains Washington.
Wes Sanlee
Case Has More
Repercussions
NEW YORK (UP) The Wei
Santee case had more repercus repercussions
sions repercussions today with the announce announcement
ment announcement of several Santee inspired
rules changes that will be submit submitted
ted submitted to the National AAU approval
at tht group's annual convention
in Los Angeles, Oct. 30-Nov. 2.
As a result of matters that
came up daring the birring of
Santee, fastest American miler in
history, on charges of accepting
"excessive" expense money, a spe special
cial special rules committee has come up
with suggestions about expense
money and tighter supervision of
promoters.
Also among the 43 rules propos
als is one stemming from an inci-:
dent it a college All-star game in
New York's Madison Square Gar Garden,
den, Garden, regarding a dispute over just
"when" an amateur athlete be becomes
comes becomes a pro.
When Santee lost his amateur
status, widespread criticism was
heard that the present AAU rule
limiting n. athlete to $15 per day
expenses in addition to transpor transportation
tation transportation was "too low The rules
nroposal committee, headed by
New York attorney Pincus Sober
who also headed the commiltte
that investigated Santee, has
called for a slight easing of that
limit.
The new rule would permit a
"supplemental allowance up to 85
per day if necessary," but the
athlete would hve to orovr neces necessity
sity necessity by submitting trimsporttaion
vouchers and hotel bills.
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Walter Pldgron in
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James Cagney in
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Audle Murphy in
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Fredric March in
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YEARS
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Michigan, Kramer
Suffer For Want
Of A Long Passer
By JIMMY BRESLIN iFaelt and Jim Pace have been on
the throwing end to Kramer dur-

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (NEA)
Each August, pre-season foot-
ball experting atways concedes
an All American berth to Ron
Kramer, Michigan s ham band-
ed end. After that, a football fan!
who sits back and expects to read
of. Kramer producing a rash oi
touchdowns for Michigan finds
himself waiting a long time.
'They do not," Coach Benny
Oosterbaan says. wait any lon
ger than I do. Kramer's situation
is the toughest part of coaching
this team. I doubt that any two
this team. I doubt that any two
defenders in the college ranks
could stop him from getting the
ball if he had a clean shot at it.
The trouble is that we don't have
a man who can get the ball to him
on deep passes.
'Short ones are easy. We hit
Kramer right over the line. But
we just ean't get one to him
downfield."
Last year, Kramer scored
36
points for Michigan six of them
coming on place-kicking. This
season Kramer scored only one
of Michigan's seven touchdowns
against UCLA and then wasn't
able to help manfuacture a touch touchdown
down touchdown in the 9 -0 loss to Michigan
State.
For the 6 3, 21 pound senior,
this situation has been going on
since his sophomore year. Terry
Barr, Tommy Maddock, Jim Van
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T I V O L I
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JOHNNY CONCHO
- Also: -A
KISS BEFORE
DYING

CECILIA

Kevlng McCarthy Dana
Wynter in
INVASION OF THE BODY
SNATCHERS
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ing his career. None of these
joungesters have been able to
throw the deep strikes that, with
'Kramer, could demoralize the
best defense,
Kramer gets the accolades from
anybody he comes up against.
Ask Duffy Daugherty of Mich Michigan
igan Michigan State about the end and he'll
tell you of a second period play
which saw his Clarence Peaks
swinging alone behind two block-
ers and
then finding himself
along with Kramer.
He just hand fought the
blockers and put them out of the
picture and then he went in on
Peaks. Coach Daughertv says
Usually, an end who is that
busy handling blockers can be
turned by a halfback. But Kramer
did the trick without losing a
step.
The one touchdown Kramer
scored this season came on a 70-
yard pass play. But the toss it
j seJf went only 20 yards Barr
doing the throwing. Krame?
barged past defenders and broke
into the clear for a 50-yard run.
Nobody. Michigan's coaching
staff stresses, can imagine what
Kramer would do if he had a Bob
Chappuis or Charley Ortmann
throwing. At the same time,
Oosterbaan and Company insist
that the passing business is only
part of the Kramer story.
Defensively, he is considered

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Idlewlld Airport as National League president Warren Gilei
and stewardess Sachiko Yoshlzawa look on. Newcombe, who
had appeared in court earlier, where sn assault charge againd
him was adjou-ned until Nov. 19, left with the Dodgers for a
five-week baseball tou- of Japan.

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- Also: -THE
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rib-caving block in the second
period left him flat. They had to
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jury injury hampered him for most of
the remaining part of the sason.
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last year," says Red Blaik, "but
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cither.
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PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages,
Santa Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1(77, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and laraa
beach house. One mil past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phona Balboa 1866.
Gramlieh'i Santa Clara Beach
Cottages Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gamboa
6-441.
Help Wanted
WANTED: Maid for housework.
Mutt speak English Apply to today
day today 762-A, Barneby St., Balboa.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: $3000 will buy
beautiful lot of land in town El
Valle. measuring 6880 sq. mts
with 32 mts. along street to Ho Hotel
tel Hotel Campestre, and 32 mts. in
rear of lot along Rio Anton. In Information:
formation: Information: Phone 2-1809
World Boxing Group
Refuses To Sanction
Manila Title Bout
MANILA, Oct. 15 (UPl'-PiiV
pino promoter Federico Soriar:.)
complained today it was not I
right of the European Boxing
Union and the World Boxing
Committee not to sanction the
forthcoming Leo Esplnosa -Mario
D'Aga:a bantamweight fight as
a world title match.
Soriano made the remark lo
United Press when asked to
comment on a statement in
'Paris by Edouard Rabret, secretary-general
of the EBU and
the World Committee, that the
two organisations will not rec recognize
ognize recognize the Espinosa-O'Agata
bout as a world title fight.
"We believe d'Agata must
fight first Raton Macias of Mext
ico and later Alphone Halumi of
Prance and Billy Peacock of the
United States," Rabret said.
"We ignore Esplnosa."
Soriano and his associates cur currently
rently currently are busy putting the fin finishing
ishing finishing touches to final arrange
ments for the title fight which
! tentatively has been set by So Soriano
riano Soriano for 'either Dec. 1 or Dec.
8."
"We are promoting the fight
in the belief that Leo will win,"
Soriano said, "and it seems to
me it is not right for the EBU
and the World Committee not
to recognize it as a title bout."
"Besides," Soriano added,
'they canont ignore Espinosa
because he is the recognized
number three world bantam bantamweight
weight bantamweight contender and you
don't ignore any fighter of his
rank."
Soriano said he will seek clar-4
nication of Rabret's statement
but will proceed, meanwhile,
with plans to hold the fieht as
scheduled.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United Stales District Court For The
District of The Canal Zone
Balboa Division
Application of Charles Henry Flasphal-
er for Admission to the Bar. No. 2098
appearing to the Court from the
tiUon of the Bar Association of the
anama Canal Zone, which was filed
and. presented to the undersigned Judge
in the above entiUtd cause on the S
day of October 1956. that Charles Henry
Flasphaler is accused of having commit committed
ted committed a fraud upon this Court by conceal concealing
ing concealing a material fact relating to his moral
character, to wit: That the applicant was
a defendant in a criminal action in Steu Steuben
ben Steuben County. State of New York, during
the year, 1933. on a charge of criminal
libel, and that said action refulted in
the conviction of the said Charles Flas Flasphaler
phaler Flasphaler for criminal libel and that said
applicant was sentenced to serve four
months in Jail and pay a fine of $500.00
in Steuben County New York State.
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED by the
Court that Charles Henry Flasphaler be
and he is hereby ordered and cited to
appear before the United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
at Ancon, Canal Zone, on the 5 day ot
December. 1956. at t o'clock In the fore forenoon
noon forenoon of said date and answer the ac accusation
cusation accusation filed against him. a copy of
which shall be served upon the said
Charles Henry Fasphaler together with
a copy of this Citation, and to show
cause, if any there be why the Order
of this Court dated July 17. 1S4.4. should
not be vacated and set aside, whv his
license to practice law before the" Sev Several
eral Several Courts of the Canal Zone should
not be revoked, and why his name
should not be stricken from the Roll of
Attorneys ot the Canal Zone.
And it further appearing from (he
verified oetition that the said Charles
Henry Flasnhaler is a non-re.dent oi
the Cane) Zone and his present address
is unknown. It is further.
ORDEHED that service of this Cita Citation
tion Citation and of the Petition he mailed to
the avd Charles Henry Flasphaler in
rare of: Homer Brooks. Attornev-et-law
Century Bldg., 41Z Fifth Street. NW
Washington 1. D. C. the said Homer
Frooks being the attorney for the said
Charles Henrv Flasphaler
Dated th's 5 dav of October 1956
s Guthrie P. Crewt
Judfe.
ttest: A trie coov.
t. T. McCrrm'ck, Jr.
C'er of Coi-rt.
B lob E. Harrison
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Household

FOR SALE: Due to urgent trip:
living room set, cost $600, sell selling
ing selling for $125; dining ream set,
cost $500, selling for $125;
double bed with spring $20; new
Ftlgidaire refrigerator $50; Ben Ben-dlx
dlx Ben-dlx washing machine $50. A real
bargain. 48th St. Ne. 27, Apt. 4.
1.
FOR SALE: Westing be use
Laundromat 60-cy., good condi condition
tion condition $100, no less. Curundu
7225 after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE : Bedroom and din dining
ing dining room act, good condition.
50th Street Ne. 52.
FOR SALE: 12-pc. Cowes ma mahogany
hogany mahogany dining room set; Inglia
automatic washer; 21 -in. TV-radio-phonograph
console; sew sewing
ing sewing machine; Venetian blinds;
mahogany bedroom tot; single
beds; dressers. House 1 1 9 Ridge
Road, Ancon, from 5:30 p.m.
Phone Balboa 3381.
MISCELLANEOUS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031. ANCON, C.Z.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.

Govt. Now Conducts More Operations
Behind News Blackout, UP Chief Says

CHICAGO, Oct. 15 (UP) -More
U.S. government operations are
being carried on now behind an of
ficial news blackout than ever be
fore in peace-time, Frank H. Bar Bartholomew
tholomew Bartholomew said today,
Bartholomew, president and gen general
eral general manager of the United Press,
told the Inland Daily Press Asso Association
ciation Association that the government has
made a sincere effort to stem this
trend but it is going to have to
continue to take positive steps in
order to keep it in control.
"We need to be reminded perio
dically that a bigger portion of our
government's operations is being
cawied on today behind an off i-
eial new, blackout than at any
fprfviousajieriod in our peace-time
history. Bartholonew said.
"The justification for this peace
time censorship lies in our atomic
and defense programs. I can hard
ly quarrel with the need to pro protect
tect protect our atomic and defense se
crets because I know nothing a
bout them and have to rely on
what the government tells me a
bout the need for their security
Although' I have read dispatches
covering scientific meetings in
London and Moscow which seemed
quite revealing in the field of at
omie research compared to any
thine allowed to originate in this
country.
"But, as we all have seen, the
authority to classify government
documents to keep them from the
press has seeped into many de departments
partments departments and offices in Washing Washington
ton Washington on the ground that the coun country's
try's country's defense is involved.
"The government has made a
sincere effort to stem this trend,
and in order to keep it in "control
Two Hew Records
Sel In Outboard
Competition In US
MINDEN, La., Oct. 15. (UP)
Two new records were set yes yes-,erdav.
,erdav. yes-,erdav. one of them twice, in the
last day of National Outboard As-
sOCiatlon competition near here.
Ellis WUloughby, Alexander, in,
established a new Class C service
runabout record in the first heat
of the day going 45.942 miles per
hour and beating the record of 45.
501 set by David Levingston, Lake
Providence, Ark.
illouehby. still not satisfied
beat his own record in the second
heat skimming over the water at
47.022 MPH.
Jerry Biskup, Lincoln, NEB.,
set a new mark of 56.285 for Class
C hydroplanes, but bowed to Jim
Griffin, Quincy, 111., wjio took the
championship on points in two
The Class C hydroplane cham championship
pionship championship was captured by dieter
ko lig, berling, Germany.
A free for ail race for runabouts
was won by Clay Tellefer, Lake
Charles, LA. The box trophy went
to Dick Pond, Keokuk, Iowa, who
edged out all contenders in the
free for all hydroplane race.
Today, individual attempts at
new records will be held over a
treasured mile course.
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FOR SALE: OldsmobJIe "98"
convertible, excellent condition,
excellent tires, new battery,
leather upholstery, run 13.000
miles only. Phone 2-3000.
FOR SALE: 1951
excellent condition,
Call Balboa 2845.
Ford V-S.
all extras.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet
Station Wagon 4-door, 9-passenger,
radio, etc. Phone Curun Curundu
du Curundu 83-2297.
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford Pick Pickup,
up, Pickup, good condition, new paint,
duty, $875; 1950 Ford V-S Tu Tudor,
dor, Tudor, new paint, aeat covers $395.
Terms if desired. Call Panama
3-7217.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
Six Fordor Sedan, excellent con condition.
dition. condition. House 124-B, Gamboa.
Phone 6-170
PERSONALS
Slipcovers, re-upholstering. Best
prices in Panama. For estimates
call 3-4628, Hares Co. Free
pick-up and delivery.
is going to have to continue to
take positive steps against the
temptation of the bureaucrat to
use his rubber stamp and deprive
the citizen of the right to know as
much as possible of what his gov government
ernment government is doing."
Bartholomew also cited criti
cism of the press that it was re responsive
sponsive responsive first to what its read readers
ers readers wanted rather than to what
the country needs.
"I for one," he said, "have
enough faith in the soundness of
the collective judgment of newspa
per readers to believe that what
they want is a better guide to
what they need than any oher
The free press belongs to them.
not to you or me or any group of
editors, and tuned into and made
responsive to the public interests
and desires, the press wins their
confidence and their loyalty and
consequently is able to inform and
serve them most effectively.
He described the United States
Information Service as "the gov
Indonesia Chief I
Back From Trips
TOKYO, Oct. 15 (UP) Presi President
dent President Sukarno of Indonesia ended
his extensive tour of Communist
China and left for home today,
Radio Peiping reported.
The Communist radio said Su Sukarno
karno Sukarno addressed a crowd of
40,000 students in Canton before
boarding his plane.
The Indonesian chief of state
had visited China after a tour of
Russia and several eastern Euro
pean nations.
Water Floods
Hotel Basement
In S. Francisco
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 15 (UP)
More than 30 residents of a
waterfront hotel were evacuated
today when water flooded the
basement, causing the building to
lean a few inches.
firemen said the flooding ap-
oarentiy was caused by the break
down of a pump used to clear
water out of the hotel's basement.
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Miscellaneous

BEERS: Amsltl. Dutch, deer; Oy Oyster
ster Oyster Stout, black English beer
with extract of oyster. Distribu Distributors:
tors: Distributors: Enrique Halphen b Cia.,
Inc., Phont 2-3161.
FOR SALE: 2 4" Un.tron re refractor
fractor refractor telescope, complete with
Altaximuth mounting, erecting
prism, six eyepieces for 35" to
150 power. Coat $175. Price
$125. Like new. Phone 2-2876.
FOR SALE: Do you have small
children? Here hi an excellent
buy in books for child develop development,
ment, development, froan ago of 6 months
through junior yean. Call Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 4107.
FOR SALE: Complete set of
golf clubs, bag and cart. AH for
$40. Call Albrook 4107.
Wanted Position
Responsible Panamanian widow
seek position caring for infant
andor young children. Can sleep
in. References Many yean ex experience.
perience. experience. Call Balboa 2-6344
nights.
ernment war-time survivor In the
field of propaganda, a government
news agency legally empowered to
distribute abroad its coverage' of
U.S. official acts and the reaction
to them. It is supposed to function
only in t hose areas not already
supplies with adequate news about
the United States government."
He said that when the USIS "in
sinuates itself into the broad
stream of world news by covering
the activities of other governments
not related to any action by the
United Maes, and some general
news incoming news of Hollywood,
as it does, and distributes thai
news .where the world supply al-
reaajr is adequate, the is gov-
eminent is allowing itself by its
lacKltf supervision over the USIS
to drift backward through the cur
rents of international journalism
toward the operation of a full-
pieoged official news agency.
1 his is a position from which
some major countries have been
trying to extricate hemselves for
the past quarter century in emula
tion oi ine success of our com
pleely free methods of news gall
ering."
The press associations of this
cuuiiuy enjoy pre eminence
throughout the world, he said. One
reason cited was that "we had the
common sense in this country to
establish our press associations as
pnvate enterprises ana, in ac accord
cord accord with the first amendment to
our constitution, the government
has not sought to influence them
nor make them carriers abroad
for its viewpoint."
"Even in these stormy and con controversial
troversial controversial times, the private Unit United
ed United States news services overseas
enjoy a reputation for fairness and
objectivity which is one of our
great national assets."
Meetings
Pacific Branch
Lodge 14 AFGI
The Pacific Branch o lodge No
14 of the AFGE will hold its reg regular
ular regular monthly meeting at Balboa
Service Center commencing at
7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 17.
me Atlantic Branch meeting of
me uxige win oe nem at Marga Margarita
rita Margarita Service Centei at 7:30 p.m.
Friday, Oct. 19.
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FOR RENT

Apartments
ATTENTION, G. 1.1 Just built
modern furnished apartments. 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 1-4941.
FOR RINT-FurnUhed, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living-dining room, two
bathrooms, porch, cool. 48th St.
No. 27. Apartment No. 4.
FOR RENT: I -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, small kitchen and bath bathroom.
room. bathroom. Apply personally to Fabre Fabre-na,
na, Fabre-na, East 29th Street (rear of
"Mercado Vasco"), from 10 to
12 and 3 to 6 p.m.
FOR RENT : One bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment. Golf Heights,
$70 monthly. Phono 3-4382.
FOR RENT: Apartments, ven ventilated,
tilated, ventilated, spacious. 4th of July
Ave. No. T1-352 (facing en entrance
trance entrance to Quarry Heights). In Inquire
quire Inquire same building from II to
12 noon and from 5 to 6 p.m.
Phone 2-2037 anytime.
FOR SALE: 3 -room apartment,
$30; rooms $25 and $20. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-0850 and 2-1508.
FOR RENT: Extremely cool
2- bedreom furnished- apartment,
"El Cangrejo," near Hotel El
Panama. Hot water included; art
utilities. For information phone
3- 6796.
FOR RNT: Apartment 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living ana) dining room,
maid's room, garage. Ball Vis Vista
ta Vista 44th Street and Colombia,
Na. 44-17. Information: Apart Apartment
ment Apartment P, tame building.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apart-ment
ment apart-ment 2 bedrooms, studio, din dining
ing dining and living room, kitchen and
bet water. Beautiful view. Jose
Gabriel Ouque Ave La Presta,
S200. Phone 3-1899

Even Farmer Brown has Atoms
But It'll Mean More Dough

GENEVA, N.Y. -(UPW Atom
ic energy in the orchard!
Scientists at the Brookhaven
National Laboratories on Long Is Island
land Island and at the New York State
Agricultural Experiment Station
here are making a joint study to
determine the effects of atmoic
energy on fruits.
Halloween Dance
At St. Joseph's
The Sunday School Teacher's
l.Ait,An f thp St Jnaenh's
Church in Colon will sponsor a
Haioween dance on rnoav, uci.
at 8 p.m. in the patio adjoining!
thi Parochial School, the dance'
will feature Armando Bota and'
his orchestra.
There will be surprises and
prir.es for the couple wearins the
most original costume. Admission!
prices are 35 cents for the men
and 15 cents for females.
Boss Cronies Slap
Each Other's Back
rArnn Oct is rtJPl Commu
nist Chintse boos Mao Tst Tung
has cabled Egyptian President
Gamal Abdel Nasser expressine
hi unnnrt fnr Ervot's Must
struggle for sovereignty, inde
pendence and dignity, was
learned today.
'Wc are firmly convinced that
reat victory in this struggle,"
Mao said. He' also paid tribute
to Nas'er's 'outstanding leader leadership"
ship" leadership" of the Egyptian people.
The Chinese Communist leader
cabled Nasser in answer to the
Egyptian president's congratula congratulatory
tory congratulatory message to Peiping on the
occasion of the sevenrn anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of the Communist Chinese
regime.

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LESSONS

New date for beginners' Ball Ballroom
room Ballroom Dancing for 6th, 7th and
8th grade students starting Oc October
tober October 29th. Registration October
20th 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. DO DO-RISE
RISE DO-RISE WAITES School of Danc Dancing,
ing, Dancing, Columbus Club. Balboa.
Phone 2-2363.
Bi lingual professional driving
instructor, formerly with the
easy Method Driving School el
Washington, D.C., wilt teach yeu
to drive the fastest, easiest, saf safest
est safest way. Reasonable rates by the
hour or by the course. Free pick pickup
up pickup service. For information call
any time Curundu 2274.
Pajama Came Star
Collapses, Is OK
T,OS ANGELES, Oct. 15 (UP)
Musical romeriv star Carnl Hanav
was reported to have spent a
sausictory night in a Los
Anseles hosnital after h ml.
lapsed at a Las Vegas hotel
where she was appearing.
The 29-year-old star of the
Broadway hit "Pajama Game"
was stricken yesterday after she
had completed her Friday night
snow at the flamingo Hotel.
She was rushed to a Las Vegas
hospital and then taken by plane
to Mount Sinai hospital in Los
Angeles. Hospital authorities here
I said that no diagnosis of Miss
jHaney's illness has been made.
Annies and eranes have heen
treated with X-rav ami hnmharH.
ed with particles made available
oy nuciear research at Brook
haven. And. while mnat nf th of
fects have been harmful thp sci
entists nope that when muting
stage is reached, the radiation
will brine about eerta in ehnncrpc
that may prove of practical value
in iruu-oearing programs.
Under the nresent nrnsram nr.
pie and grape seeds, dormant
scion wood of apples and dor dormant
mant dormant rooted grape cuttings all
rAuueu to raoiaiion are grown
under gamma rays at Brook Brook-haven,
haven, Brook-haven, then sent here for ob observation.
servation. observation. So far, the researchers have
found that, for example, buds of
apples grown in a gamma field
have died, growth has been
stunted and abnormal types o
leaves have developed.
Buds of Concord grapes grow
ing near the radiation source
break later in spring and may
produce shoots with leathery,
misshapen leaves and no growing
tip. fn the first seasons, irradi irradiated
ated irradiated grape cuttings and apple
scions have shown suppressed
growth and distorted leaf and
stem patterns, but these usually
disappear in the second season
growth.
The important thing .however,
is the small changes in heredi hereditary
tary hereditary make-up of plants by radia radiation
tion radiation Pomologists at the station
hope exposure will cause more
"sports" and that some of them
will have qualities useful in fruit-breeding.

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Canal Zone

FOR RENT
Houses

FOR RENT: Furnished chalet
2 bedrooms, living-dining room,
bathroom, kitchen. Apply 45 I.
No. 2-241, Bella Vist,. Phono
3-5351. 3 a.m. to 3 pm.
FOR RENT: Bargain. New fur furnished
nished furnished chalet, $55, during five
months. Miraflores Telephone
3-1541.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet:
2 bedrooms, living-dining room,
porch, kitchen, garage. Samuel
Lewis Street Ne. 4, Campo Ale Ale-gre.
gre. Ale-gre. facing Birkayna offices. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 3-3887.
FOR RENT: Chalet: 2 largo
bedrooms, I small, living room,
dining room, maid's room, ga garage
rage garage First Avenue. El Carmen,
No. 122, Phone 3-1332.
FOR RIWT: Chalet 2 bod bod-rooms.
rooms. bod-rooms. 7th Street 2rj, Golf Hti.
Inquire S to p.m.
Night At Fair Ends
bi Double Murder.
Suicide In Fresno
FRESNO, Calif., oct.' 15 -(UP)
A night out at a county fair
ended in a double, murder and
suicide last .night when a 65-year-old
man in a jealous rage shot
his 36-year-oH wife and her sister
men turned the gun on himself.
Chief Denutv Coroner Ran Pic.
chall said Ross E. Brookshire, a
service station operator in nearby
Closivs, shot his wife, Lois Agnes,
and her sister. T.netlla M
Belyue, 42, with a .38 caliber
pistoi and then put a bulle t
through his brain.
The shootint? tnnk nlara nn
well traveled street two blocks
from the Fresno county fair fairgrounds.
grounds. fairgrounds. PaSchall said he found a suicide
note and a will in Brookshire's
wallet.
'It was pretty wejl worn and
I'm sure he had been thinking of
killing himself for e time,"
Paschall said.
"But shooting his sister in-law
and his wife was impulse.
'He was an old man and she
was a. young woman and they just
didn't have the same lives. You
can put it down to jealousy,"
Paschall said.
"THE (ONE ON"
"THE COME ON" the frank
story of the life and loves of
a predatory female! A story
every girl should see . told
tka wir It hanoened ... whv
it hanncned! See "THE COME
ON," starring Anne Baxter
and Sterling Hayden which
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NATCHEZ, Miss. (UP)-A group
rf Natchez Negroes told New
Sngland newspapermen at the
veekend that the local white citi citi-;cns
;cns citi-;cns council has tightened racial
segregation since the Supreme
:ourt decisions declaring it unlaw unlaw-jji.
jji. unlaw-jji.
Five of the' 2r editors and pub pub-ishers
ishers pub-ishers t o u r i n g Mississippi as
juests of the state interviewed the
N'egroes on their own after a tour
f ante-bellum homes and a din din-wr
wr din-wr with white business and civic
leaders.
The Negroes, who asked that
their names be withheld, accused
the citizens council of cutting off
what communications had existed

between white and Negro leaders
before the high court decisions.
The councils are organizations
formed over the state as a result
of the integraiton rulings.
The Negroes showed a copy of
a letter which they said was writ written
ten written by the council executive com committee
mittee committee to the sheriff of Adams
County. It asked him to segregate
tax windows in the courthouse.
"We used to all pay taxes at
the same Window," one of the Ne Negroes
groes Negroes said. "Now they have one
marked colored and the other one
white Because of pressure brought

Dy toe citizens council."
Th newsmen were told that be before
fore before the council was organized,
candidates for local public office

would call on them for votes. But

now their Votes are never sought,
thr-v said.

Robert S. Barram, secretary of

the new England Weekly Press

Assn. and a professor at Boston

University, said that he found a

"jreat reluctance" among Missis Missis-s
s Missis-s jpians to concede that "a prob

lem exists in Southern racial rc
la "ons.

He said he found that a great

maioroy of the people in Missis

cippi believe the state is well off

as it is and there is no need for
a move toward integration.
He said he believes there is a
"specific and special problem" to

be solved in Mississippi and that
the state's leaders should recog recognize
nize recognize it and "go to work on it."
The Northern newsmen, who
Thursday had a ride on a Missis Mississippi
sippi Mississippi River paddle-wheeler, tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow will swing down to the Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi Gulf Coast. The tour ends
Sunday.

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Boy is Drowned
By Gulf Storm;
2 More Are OK

MIAMI, Oct. 15 OT) A
frr.i.K season storm

already has taken one
kuered Florida today with
gale force winds and heavy seas.
But the 67-foot shrimp boa.
Ike which has floundered in
the' storm for four days, was
found safe this morning anchor anchored
ed anchored 30 miles off the coast a; Fort
Myers. The Coast Guard plane
which found tlie 1 said the two
men aboard apparently were un unharmed.
harmed. unharmed.
Forecaster Paul Moore said
the storm more of a nor'eas nor'eas-ter
ter nor'eas-ter than a tropical storm may
have tost a little of its punch
during the night." At 9:30 a.m.
the main force of the storm was
in ilhe Daytona Beach area.
But ships and other exposed
points along the central Florida
coast reported highest winds of
oVmt miles an hour. Yester

day light houses in the Florida
Keys recorded steady winds of
55 miles per hour and gusts up
to 70 only five miles an hour
short of hurricane strength.
"It's drifting northward at 10
miles per hour or less," Moore
said. "Florida Is going to feel
this storm for another day or
two."
The weather bureau kept track
of its movements by radar and
through reports from numerous
weather stations in Florida and
Cuba. Also the hurricane re research
search research center at West Palm
Beach kept one of its "flying la laboratories"
boratories" laboratories" in the storm.
The storm drove northw a r d
from Cuba, headlong into a nor nor-easter
easter nor-easter that had battered lower
Florida for five days, toppling
and nower lines and smash

ing plate glass windows.
The drowning victim was lden lden-tfied
tfied lden-tfied as Henry Vukoty, 14, of Win Winter
ter Winter Park, Fla. Joe Taylor of Or Orlando
lando Orlando said sudden wimis swept
him and Henry off a boat in Lake
Poinsett.
The wind "spun our 22 foot
boat in circles," Taylor said, and
Henry disappeared in the high
waves yelling, "Joe, save me!
Save me!"
Gulf waves swept a landing
platform out to sea at Carys Fort
liehthouse south of Miami during
70 mile per- -hour winds yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, a weather observer reported

At Tavernier in the upper Keys
two seawalls dropped into the
surging seas.
A Miami weatherman said the
nor'easter was centered in cen central
tral central Florida while the Gulf tem tempest
pest tempest moved in from the south.

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

IRAQ TROOPS MAY MOVE TO JORDAN BORDER
AS TENSION -FILLED CONFERENCE IS CALLED

32nd YEAR

PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY. OCTOBER 15, 1956

FIVE CENTS

Russian Veto Is No Barrier On Suez;
Dulles, Ike Say Things Look Better

WASHINGTON, Oct. 15 (UP) -U.S.
officials still held high hopes
today for peaceful settlement of
the Sue? Canal dispute despite
Russia's United Nations veto ac action
tion action Saturday.
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles told reporters here yester-

Select Integration
Program is Pushed
By Maryland County

day as he returned from the Unit United
ed United Nations session that there are
"good grounds for hope" for a
peaceful settlement.
Negotiat'ors will "go ahead just
as though there has not been a ve veto,"
to," veto," he added.

President Eisenhower told a
photographer when he returned
from church yesterday that the
Suez situation didn't .look as bad
as it had the night before.
The Whitt Houit said Mr. Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower had been in daily con-

Shepilov Hits Paris;
Chuckling, Shrugging

WASHINGTON, Oct. 15 (UP)--

A Maryland county adjoining the
nation's capital is trying to carry
out the Supreme Court's school de- PARIS, Oct. 15 (UP) Soviet
segregation decree with a new Foreign Minister Dmitri Shepilov
technique selective Integration, said today the United Nations Se Se-School
School Se-School officials in Montgomery curtiy Council meeting in New
county, where farmers rub should- York was satisfactory and could
em with federal emoloves. savinow lead to a "definite settle-

their exDeriment offers hope of: "lent" of the Suez Canal dispute.

year
iQlS

"maximum" success.

The technique was described at
a recent Parent-Teacher Associa Association
tion Association workshop in Rockville, Md.,

by Fred L. Dunn Jr., high school
vice principal and integration
specialist.

He said that prior to this

still segregated white schooo

nredominantlv in farming areas-

were surveved to see which had

space and suitable "programs" for

Negro stuaenis uving in men uis uis-tricts.
tricts. uis-tricts. Princinals of Negro schools then

were checked to see which of
their students would fit into their
neishborhood white schools with

benefit to the Negroes and no un
due burden on the white classes

Ahniii nn selected Neern minis

were transferred to white schoolV

this fall in numbers ranging from
1 to 20 to a school.

The burly diplomat, wearing
tight grey loafer shoes with
holes punched in the tops for
ventilation, shuffled out of a
four engined Stratocruiser to
find about 20 Soviet officials
waiting here.
They were headed by Soviet Soviet-newsmen
newsmen Soviet-newsmen and cameramen, plus
a couple of dozen French police,
also were on hand.

Shepilov said, "I am very sat

isfied with the United Nations

meeting in New York and with the

decisions which have been taken.

"We had frank discussions at the
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luunii iauie wnicn is me oesi way

of settling matters and there
Should be no difficulties in settling
the matter of the Suez Canal in a

definite way," he said.
Asked how long he would be
staying in France and why, he
said, "perhaps a day or a day

and a half." When the question
of why was repeated he said aft after
er after e chuckling aside with Vino Vino-greying
greying Vino-greying black hair and rubbing his
He then marched off toward a
line of Russian limousines, push pushing
ing pushing his hand through a mop of
greying labek hair and rubbing bis
small eyes.
Asked in English what was his
most vivid impression during this,

tact with Dulles during the U.N.
proceedings aid would continue
to keep in close touch with the
situation Dulles said he planned
to talk with Mr. Eisenhower by
telephone and "tell him, what
happened in New York."
The) President, Dulles said,
was "very interested" in the
matter.

The U.N. Security

proved part of an Anglo

his first visit to the United States

he quckly looked around for his
interpreter and seized on Vinogra Vinogradov
dov Vinogradov to do the honors.

When the questions was repeat

ed to Vinogradov in French and

was translated for Shepilov into
Russian, the Soviet Foreign Minis Minister
ter Minister looked dismayed.
He had several exchanges with
Vinogradov before the latter re replied,
plied, replied, "it is very difficult for the
minister to say. There are so ma many
ny many things."
Pressed to say what single
thing struck him most in the U U-nited
nited U-nited States, Shepilov said, "A "A-hem
hem "A-hem um-um" and threw in a
"yes" in English.

The question was repeated yet

unce more as snepnov climbed in

to the luxurious black Zis limou

sine wun wnitewaii tires. Vinogra

dov said, "the Minister already
has said, there are so many

Council ap

French

resolution endorsing six principles

of negotiation on the issue. ua
Russia vetoed an attempt-by Brit
ain and France to gain U.N. sup

Dort of plans to internationaT.ie

the canal.

Asked whether he thought the

veto had damaged the western po position
sition position to any extent, Dulles said he

did not. But he said there still

were "a lot of hurdles" to clear
before the matter could be settled.
In another development, trea treasury
sury treasury Secretary G e e r o M.
Hmphrey denied that the United
States was trying to "punish" E E-gypt
gypt E-gypt when it withdrew is offer
to help build the Aswa.i dam en
the Nile River. It. wit after this
offer was withdrawn that Egypt
seized the canal.
view (NBC, Youth Wi&te to Know
that it would oave taken Egypt's
"whole resources" to repay the
U.S. loan for the project.

"Now in between the time when
the talks first started and when
that it would have taken Egypt's

had already committed itself t o

soend a lot of monev for the our

chase of arms and other panoses

wish ttussu," Humphrey said.

AMMAN, Jordan, Oct. 15 (UP)
Iraq's Crown Prince Abdul Illah
conferred here today with King
Hussein of Jordan on the Israeli
threat that may result in the
movement of Iraqi troops to the
crisis-ridden Jordanian border.
The chiefs of staff of Iraq and
Jordan will sit in at the talks
between Abdul and Hussein which
the official radio said will produce
a decision on the controversial
Iraqi-troops question.
Israeli Foreign Minister Golds

Meir said last night her govern government
ment government is determined to oppose any
Iraqi reinforcement of Jordan's

border garrisons, which she said
would be "a direct threat to

Israel."

The Israeli ambassadors to

Washington, London, Paris and

Moscow were called home today

for a briefing on their country's

determination to resist any Iraqi

infiltration of Jordan.

At the same time, Russia

weighed in on the side of the
Arabs more strongly than ever

before in the brief history of

Israel.

Radio Moscow charged that the
leaders of the Jewish state are

"playing with fire" and "antago "antagonizing
nizing "antagonizing the whole of progressive

humanity" in their dispute with

the Arabs.

MIGHTY COLD IN PEWAUKEE If your eyesight was a

little more youthful you could see the snow fields and the
aurora borealis. That's what Lois, 4, Linda, 3, and Louise
Lemke, 2, probably have in their minds' eyes as this Alaskan
malamute. Silver Chief, pulls the dog cart pops, sled
through a much more gentle climatea park in Pewaukee, Wis.

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Feisal of Iraq, agreed in principle
at a conference in Baghdad two

weeks ago that Iraq should furnish

military aid to Jordan, me lauts

that began today were intended to
work out details of the broad
agreement reached by the two

kines.

Tension along the Jordan border

was neigntened last ween dv an

Israeli retaliation raid that killed
at least 60 persons at Kalkilia in
the bitterest fighting since the
Palestine War.
Hussein's problems include not
only the continuing border friction
but the elections scheduled here
next week, during which it has
been rumored that pro-Egyptian
elements might attempt a coup
d'etat.
Abdul's visit is only the first of
a series of high-level contacts

Jordan plans with its fellow Arab

states. Jordan's foreign minister
is now in Cairo, seeking Egyptian
support, and Arabia's King Saud
is expected to visit here soon.
Irso beean flying military sup

plies and equipment to Jordan last
week, and it appears likely that
It is willing to move in troops if

Hussein requests them.

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VESTED INTEREST Martin Jorgensen models a formal
vest made of gold which is valued at $100,000 as Karin Johnson
helps him into another expensive bit of finery a J 1,000 silk-and-gold
dinner jacket. The vest plays no political favorites
in design its pattern features alternate squares depicting a
donkey and an elephant The eye-catching items were on dis display
play display at an annual convention of manufacturers ot men's
formal wear in New York City

Services Announced

For Mrs. Morion

at

at

for

Funeral services will be held

9 o'clock Wednesday morning

Sacred Heart Chapel at Attcon

Mrs. Mary Morton of Ancon who

died Saturday at Gorsas Hospital

The services will be conducted by

the Rev. Michaef J. Wye, C. M.
Burial will take place in Corozal
cemetery.

CONVICTED OF SPYING Mry TrsSSIS&a
Huntington, W. Va., is led from a courtroom in Jerusalem
after being convicted of spying on Israel for Syria. The girl
whose passport describes her as a student, was given a year
In prison for violating the Israeli Official Secrets Act and
linriPrminirify tho anitnf-uV s-. V

Qtr-Million Women Apply, Get

Early Social Security Checks

WASHINGTON, Oct. 15 (UP) benefits if thev

More than 250,000 women between. (pp,

the ages of 2 and 65 have applied I at (3 or 64. Workine women'

so far for new social security

benefits that start Nov. 1, govern government
ment government officials said today.

Their first checks will be mailed

at the end of November and
should start reaching them about

Dec. 3.

Congress last summer lowered

from 65 to 62 the age at which

women can begin drawing retire retirement
ment retirement benefits. The amendment to

the social security law becomes

effective Nov. L

Officials of the Social Security

Administration said 253,325 worn

en had filed claims for benefits
through Oct. 4, the latest date
for which total figures were
available.
They estimated that by the end
of the year the number will
increase to 600,000 out of the
835.000 women eligible for the new
benefits.
Under the new law, widows and
dependent mothers of workers
covered by social security insur

ance can get their full benefits
at 62, 63 and 64.

benefits, based on their salary
and length of service in covered

joos, now average $50 monthly.

Wives of retired workers and

women workers have a choice of
collecting their full benefits at 65
or taking a permanently reduced
benefit at 62, 63 or 64.

On Tuesday, at 7:15 p.m. a Ro Rosary
sary Rosary Service will be held for Mrs.

Morton at the Gorgas Hospital

Chapel.
Mrs. Morton, who was born in
Iowa, came here in 1907. She was

the widow of Brett A. Morton who
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I practically all eligible widows and

dependent mothers to apply tor
the new benefits, since they would

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the Central Division during

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Washington Church Starts Campaign
To Bring Negroes Into Congregation

Mrs. Morton is survived by her
son, John B. Morton of Ancon,
with whom she made her home,
and by three grandchildren. The
family has asked that flowers be
omitted.

THANK YOU says Legionaress Mrs. Joan O'Connell to Prank
Cain of a Panama automobile firm which donated two foam
rubber mattresses as door prizes at the American Legion's sec
ond annual "Festival of Pun." The Festival," to be held this
Friday and Saturday at the Port Amador Legion, is a charity
affair. Altogether, eight door prue? will be given, including
two round trip tickets to Costa Rica. Tickets may be obtained
from Legion members or at the door. 1

WASHINGTON (UP) White

mpmhprfi nf a Waehinfflnn T.nthprJ

an church set out on a unique
doorbell ringing campaign this
week. Their object: to bring Ne Negro
gro Negro families into the congrega congregation.
tion. congregation. Many White Protestant churches
in the nation's capital have pro proclaimed
claimed proclaimed "open door" racial pol policies
icies policies within the last few years.
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Church is the first to undertake a
formal solicitation of Negro mem members.
bers. members. The church is located in the
midst of one of Washington's
"changing neighborhoods." The
number of Negro residents has
been increasing steadily for sev several
eral several years, while the white popu population
lation population has dwindled.
Like hundreds of other churches
in the downtown areas of Ameri America's
ca's America's big cities, Augustana Luther

an was faced with two alterna alternatives.
tives. alternatives. It could follow its white

panthicTs and move to the sub

urbs. Or it could stand fast and
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Aucustana Lutheran derided to one mile nf th ihrnh

join the small but growing gidup) "We made a population survey

oi raciaily-mtegraiea churches. and found 20,0000 people living
Its pastor, the Rev. Clarence T. within a one-mile radius of our
Nelson, explained why. church," Nelson said. "And only

We asked ourselves whose 81 of them were members of Aur

gustana Lutheran.

church this is. We realized that it
is Christ's church, not ours. And
we knew that he could never ap approve
prove approve of abandoning a community
in which there are thousands of
families whom we.tan serve."

But Augustana learned, as other
churches have, that a decision to
u'plpnmn Maorn families is maralv

the first step on the long road to

racial integration.
"We opened the door, but virtu

ally no one came in," said Nel Nelson.
son. Nelson. "Our first Negro family was
accepted into the congregation
three years agd; By last fall, we
had a total membership of just
two families,"
Tt mi, c than that Npknn and tha

lay leaders oT the church decided
to undertake Operation One Mile

-a long-range campaign to oring
inlA tli. AMiaracratinn families re.

into the congregation famiMes re- boys in tt
sardless of race, who lived within Scout troop

The Church had a tntal mam.

bership of about 700 people at that
time. Most of them came from
white families which hri Inna a

moved into the suburbs but were

still commuting" back to Augus
tana because of sentimental lias

The first step in "Operation One
Mile" was taken last October. Au Augustana
gustana Augustana canvassers called on one one-third
third one-third of the homes in a limited
area near the church. Several Ne

gro families accepted the invita invitation
tion invitation to join.
Last month. Aneustana mailed

out 6,000 illustrated pamphlets to
families in the neighborhood. They

siressea me .neme that "Augusta
na welcomes evervnne without e

ceotlon." Pictures shower! a Ne

gro sinser in the choir and Neffrn

ooys in me cnuicn sponsored

jtk a

fits,

and

paid

older,

now only to those 65!

average $49 a month,

Wives of retired workers and

workine women have a choice of

waiting for a full benefit at 65

or accepting reduced payments

starting earlier.

Wives are entitled, at 65. to a

supplemental benefit eoual to) half
their husband's benefit. Wives'
benefits now average $33.50 a
month. But if a wife starts
collecting at 62, her monthly
benefit will be cut 25 per cent,
with lesser reductions if she starts
drawing benefits at 63 or 64.
Workinp women, who have their

own social security accounts, win

get a 26 per cent cut in monthly

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of Peoria, 111., will be the CAP'S
official representative when the
Navy's Operation Deep Freeze
gets under way this fall. He'll
fly to the Antarctic with the
18th Air Force, which is co-

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