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'Let ffctt people know the truth and the country it tafe" 'Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA. R. P., WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1956
ADLAI GOES TO BAT
EN ROUTE WITH STEVENSON, Oct. 17 (UP) Adlai
E. Stevenson today accused the Eiaenhower administration
T dltcrlmlnatlng In favor of giant corporations to the
point of endangering thousandt of amall businosses.
Stevenion, starting a four-day train and ptane stump
tour of Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana, assailad the
"tight money" policy of the administration, saying it was
"good news on Wall Street but bad news on Main Street."
SEATTLE, Wash., Oct. 17
(UP) President Eisenhower
today stariied three days of on-the-scene
campaigning for the
Pacific Coast states' 47 Presi Presidential
dential Presidential electoral votes and three
He will make a speech here
tonight on what his aides called
"a national theme." But it will
be carried only over a Wash Washington
ington Washington and Oregon radio and
The speech will give Mr. Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower an opportunity to get
in plugs for Gov. Arthur B.
Langlie of Washington and
former Interior See retary
Douglas McKay in their nphill
contests to unseat Democratic
senators from Washington and
Langlie, who was Keynoter at
American Broadcasting compa company
ny company television network.
Mr. Eisenhower then will go
to California Friday to make
a night speech at a rally In the
Hollywood Bowl. California's
GOP 8m. Thomas Kucbel is
n a tough race with Democra Democratic
tic Democratic candidate Richard Rich Richards.
ards. Richards. Mr. Eisenhower planned to
spend a quiet day here today
working on the three speeches.
He didn't have any appoint appointments
ments appointments scheduled.
The President, accompanied
by Mrs. Mamie Eisenhower, yes yesterday
terday yesterday launched his most ex extensive
tensive extensive swing of the campaign.
He flew from Washington to
Minnesota and then to Seattle.
4 Proposals Made
For Group Hospital
Insurance For (Z
Four proposals from insurance
firms for group hospital and medi
cal insurance lor employes of the
Canal organization were received
in response to an invitation sub submitted
mitted submitted by a committee appointed
by the Governor to investigate
the possibility for group health in
The proposals were opened
yesteraay morning at Balboa
Heights with representatives of
the four companies attending.
A comparative analysis of the
various bids will be made and the
results will he submitted' to em-
loye groups as soon as possible,
he insurance firms were asked to
submit proposals for insurance
coverage for sis groups corre corresponding
sponding corresponding to the medical tariff
groups which are based oa annual
The four firms and the local
representatives of each submit submitting
ting submitting proposals were:
United States Life Insurance
Company, Service de Seguros, S.A.
local' repesentative; American
Motorists Insurance Company,
nan ragenta; Mutual of Omaha
Andrew M. Wright; and Commer
cial Insurance Company of New Newark,
ark, Newark, N.J., Max Stempel and Son.
All of the insurance firms sub
mitted rates covering individual
employes and family groups.
Wedding Guest Shot
For Polifical Past
NICOSIA, Cyprus. Oct 17 (UP)
A Cypriot gunman shot and
killed a male guest st s wedding
party in the village of Agridia
today. Police said the victim was
mir ed for death because the
Eok: underground org.in;7.atim
considered him a none informer.
xne recent .jtes
convr aiUesyhlnlj ftjfjnfWd
Mr Risenhower-rjw 11 introduce
the President. HHM
due Tfr. Elsenhower w
sneaks aft Portland. Ore
row nleht over a
The Democratic Presidential
candidate started speaking ear early
ly early this morning from the rear
platform of his special train at
Nlles, Mich., where he was in introduced
troduced introduced by the state's Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Gov. q. Mennen Williams,
who Is running for re-election.
Then came Kalamazoo, Baticle
Creek and a speech at Lansing,
the state capital, devoted largely
to the effects of Elsenhower do domestic
mestic domestic economic policies on the
farmer, Hhe consumer and the
The major speech of the
one-day journey across south southern
ern southern Michigan was set for Flint
tonight when Stevenson was
scheduled to step up his attack
on Vice President Richard M.
Nixon who is regarded by the
Democratic strategists as ene
f their best campaign issues.
Stevenson said at Lansing that
he did not maintain, that Inter Interest
est Interest rates on money should never
be raised, but he believed firmly
that the current results of the
GOP "tlgHt money" policy were
"discriminatory and ineffective."
'It is not right to solve a prob problem
lem problem by laying it on the weakest
shoulders," he said In objecting
to Administration policies which,
in his opinion, put the burden
of inflation controls on the
Additional lights for the an annual
nual annual religious festival to be held
Oct. 21 in Portobelo, will He
made available again this year
by the use of a portable gener generator
ator generator plant furnished by the
Panama Canal Maintenance Di Division.
vision. Division. Furnished upon request of
Governor Jose Maria Gonzalez,
of colon, the plant Is large
enough to provide lights for a
limited area of the coastal
town, it will be taken to porto portobelo
belo portobelo Oct. 17 for use during the
annual celebration which at
tracts hundreds of visitors to
the villages for the Fiesta of
The portable generator has
been furnished for the past sev several
eral several years at a nominal rental
rate of one dollar day, being
transported to and from Porto Portobelo
belo Portobelo by Colon province authori authorities.
ties. authorities. 61 Pleads Guilty
Specialist 3rd Class Jimmy Ray
nuuaiDs, i, an American soldier
serving with the 20th Infantry at
ri. uavis. pestled guilty in t h e
insionai uivision of U. S. Dis Dis-trict
trict Dis-trict Court yessterdsy to a charge
of involuntary manslaughter.
in, en a roe grew out or an ac-
ciaeni on uie West Bank of the
Canal on the night of Sent. 29
when Williams lost control of the
car ne was driving on a double
date. The vehicle left Army Road
S-l and turned over.
Miss Ofelia Ci.de of Colon,
a passenger on tho bock seat,
was killed. Williams, the girl
riding bosidt Mm, end a soldier
riding beside. Miss Caicedo
coped serious injury.
Williams was sentenced to she
months in jail and to poy o fin.
of $300, but th. jail term w of
suspended on me condition that
h. pay 0Q to the dead girl's
mother for funeral expenses,
loth that payment end the fine
must bo made within six months.
Assistant District Attorney J.
Marten Thomson sought a year's
term far Williams.
Williams, who comes from New Newport
port Newport News, Virginia, had no pre previous
vious previous record of offenses.
The court wss told that on the
evening of the tragedy the t w o
soldiers and their dates drove to
several canunas where the arils
took sodas snd the men took alco
holic beverages. It was not a lief
ed that Wilnami was Intoxicated
at the time of the accide: :.
He was represented by attorney
Portobelo Fiesta Each Given 6 Mo's
T7 w m rv,t.- rinh
William J. Sheridan, Jr.
Clayton, Corozal A
CALDER HALL, England,
17. (UP) Queen Elisabeth
pulled a switch today that sent
electricity coursing throughout
Britain from the world's first full full-sized
sized full-sized atomic power plant.
The ceremony unleashed a
force of 132,000 volts into nation nationwide
wide nationwide transmission lines from nuclear-powered
eventually will jtroduce almost
A few doitn tons of uranium
per yesr began doing the work
f M teas of coal an hour at
the pioneer Calder Hall electri.
city plant of the British Atomic
Calder Hall supplies towns and
cities from two atomic piles
which act as "furnaces' to pro produce
duce produce steam and drive four steam
turbines of the same sort as any
modern coventional power plant.
Through atomic power has be
come a positive building force ra
ther than a force 01 destruction,
the sword lives next to the plows plows-share
share plows-share at Calder Hall.
A quarter of a mile away
Britain's Wind Scale stomlc wea weapons
pons weapons plant turns the "ashes" of
Calder Hall into atomic bombs.
Two Are Sentenced
On Burglary Bill;
old burglars wiv
e Brazos Brook
were each sen tenc-
lstobal Division ofi
u s. District Court yesterday to
six months incarceration.
A third lT-year-old will be ar arraigned
raigned arraigned on the same crime Fri Friday.
day. Friday. Serving sentences are Idwar Idwar-do
do Idwar-do Ellis Gordon and Robert Her Herman
man Herman Ortiz, both Panamanian re residents
sidents residents of Colon.
The crime occurred in June
19SS, but thtpair are only now
being brought to juetice be because
cause because they have been under
discipline in Panama for on on-oifcer
oifcer on-oifcer bikvWy.
Arriving at the club armed
With hack-saws, the defendants
eat a screen and then proceed proceeded
ed proceeded to saw the hinge bolts off the
In the end, they were unable
to get into the safe, however,
and departed after having stol stolen
en stolen only two bottles of cham champagne,
pagne, champagne, one of wine, one of bran brandy
dy brandy and a pair of shoes.
Preliminary hearing of the
third defendant, sJornelio Rome Romero,
ro, Romero, was held recently in Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal Magistrate's Court.
Court To Decide
Which Woman Gels
$1000 Death Benefit
The Panama Canal Mutual
Benefit Association put up to
US. District Court today the
problem of deciding which of
two women should receive a
$1000 death benefit,
Mrs. Emily Viola Wilford Har Harris
ris Harris had previously entered suit
against the Association for the
$1000 benefit due after the
death of her divorced husband,
Robert Manning Wilford, an
American who died in Houston,
Texas, last June 11.
Mr. Wilford waa formerly a
The other claimant In the
matter Is Laura G. Casement,
who was named by Mr. Wilford
as his beneficiary.
On petition today the Court
eliminated the Association and
substituted Mrs. Casement as the
The Association has deposited
11000 check with the court for
disbursement at its discretion.
Champion Shot Dead
SYDNEY. Australia, Oct. IT -(UP)
Champion turf board rider
Colin Sparks. 27. was found shot
to death today in a car parked
at Tamarama Beach. Police said
he had been shot four times.
THE FIRE BALL from the simulated atomic bomb that set off JACKPOT V-B training exer exercise
cise exercise for the Pacific side of the Canal Zone was detonated this morning at 8:30 in the vicinity of
the Fort Clayton NCB club. Thus, started the problem that set in motion Air Force, Army and
Canal Zone disaster relief teams working the Fort Clayton and Corozal area. (Official U.S.
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DISTAFF WORKERS go into action at the Post of Corozal this morning as Disaster Control
Exercise JACKPOT V-B got under way. Rescue Teams from Albrook, Fort Kobbe, Curundu,
Balboa, Paralso and Gamboa treated simulated casualties at Fort Clayton and Corozal. The
Exercis started at 8:30 and lasted until noon. (U8AF Official Photo).
600 Volunteer Workers To
'56 Community Chest
More than 600 volunteer workers
will carry the Canal Zone Coin in u
nity Chest story to the local pub
lie when the 1956 campaign for
funds gets underway Oct. 18, It
was announced today by Thomas
L. Sellers, chairman of the Com
munity Chest board of directors.
Arnold H. Hodgson, exeucutlve
secretary of the Balboa YMCA YMCA-USO,
USO, YMCA-USO, has accepted the job of cam campaign
paign campaign chairman. Sellers said,
'and organization of the Zone's
one-time appeal for funds for U
different agencies is rapidly being
completed with a determination
that our objective be no just dol
lars, but Its) per cent community
id 3, mil iw
"Good Works Need Good
Words" is the real theme of the
local Community Chest fund-rais-
in assM mttafmamav taw rr'- . t
effort with preliminary acti
vity aimed at "educating the
community about the budgeting
and operating of the Chest's "sin "single
gle "single package" campaign and about
the M organizations which win de derive
rive derive funds from the Chest for the
next year's work, Sellers stated.
It also was announced that Wil William
liam William C. Sehmitt, manager of the
Chase Manhattan Bank in Balboa,
has accpeted the chairmanship of
the "specisl gifts" phase of the
1956 campaign. Individuals and
business firms desiring to make a
voluntary contribution to the spe special
cial special gifts fund prior to the actual
start of the public appeal ten days
hence can turn in such contribu contributions
tions contributions to Sehmitt direel, or by mall
to the Canal Zone Community
Chest Special Gifts, Drawer D.
The Chest campaign within the
Panama Canal company govern government
ment government organization is to be con conducted
ducted conducted by the recently organized
Governor's Council For Voluntary
Giving which is headed by Lt.
Gov. H. W. Schull, Jr. and which
will carry out the on-the job soli solicitation
citation solicitation as a sort of "dress re rehearsal"
hearsal" rehearsal" for full implementation
next year of the White House poli policy
cy policy statement on united chairta chairta-ble
ble chairta-ble and welfare drives within gov government
ernment government agencies.
Meanwhile, a special Communi Community
ty Community Chest campaign office has been
opened this week al the Credit Li Linton
nton Linton Building, 810 Balboa Road,
telephone 2232i, and a maior func
(Continued en fage ill)
An atomic burst this morning "devastates" Fort
Clayton and Corozal in the second phase of disaster
control problem staged by the Armed Forces.
Within 25 minutes after the simulated blast, in the
area of the Fort Clayton Non-Commissioned Officers'
Club, relief forces from Albrook Air Force Base, Curundu
and Fort Kobbe were sant to the disaster scene.
And at Balboa, the Canal Zone control team
coupled with civil defense crews from Paraiso and Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa were ready to rush to the disaster center within a
It was full scale practice for what may some day be
Smoke bombs obscured much
of the danger area, "victims"
with gory-looking "wounds" were
tended, hundreds of distaff civil
defense crews combed the af affected
fected affected posts treating "casual "casualties."
ties." "casualties." and emergency first aid
stations popped up over the two
Heavy equipment cleared, Hie
highways and roads on heth nests,
and radiological monitoring, groups
began working on possible "fall-
;s and A
tatlons dotted both
The disaster dress rehearsal,
Jackpot V-B, also halted traffic
on the Pacific side for IS min minutes.
utes. minutes. Driving south of Pedro Mi Miguel
guel Miguel was resumed after the "all-
clear" was sounaefl snortiy an
In District Court;
Two members of the Canal
Zone bar enaaaed in a verbal
hassle in VB. District Court this
Participants in the incident
were attorneys Charles E. Ram
irez and William J. Sheridan Jr.,
who frequently represent oppos
Sheridan was addressing tne
court during argument In a
hearing on an order to show
cause and a restraining order in
a divorce case when Ramlre?
emitted a groaning sound and
said what sounded like "Oh,
Sheridan, red-faced and an-
dry, turned to opposing counsel
with a remark to the effect that
if Ramirez were a younger man
he would settle matters outside,
adding: "I would do to you what
should have been done to John
Collins years ago."
Ramirez inquired what he had
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe ob
served that everyone had heard
what went on.
Ramirez then said that if his
actions had been offensive he
apologized to the court.
Judge Crowe cautioned attor
neys anainst interruptions of ar
guments with remarks which
lave a tendency to de inflam
matory, adding: "We should
confine ourselves to the matttT
Later, after the court recess
ed, but before attomevs had left
the courtroom, Ramirez apolo apologized
gized apologized to Sheridan.
CZ Loco I Raters
To Hold Rollv
At RP Assembly
Non-U.S. citizen employes of the
Canal Zone this afternoon were
scheduled to attend at mass rally
called by Local 907, AFSCME,
CIO-AFL, to protest against t h e
immediate implementation of
some phases of the new Panama Panama-U.S.
U.S. Panama-U.S. treaty.
The. rally is scheduled for 4:30
p.m. in Santa Ana Plaza, where
the demonstrators will gather
for a march to the Legislative Pa Palace
lace Palace st DeLesseps Park.
Organi7ers of the rally hoped
the Assemblymen would permit
son1 "men (or the union to speak
jfrom the floor of the Assembly.
Employes, both military and
in the Canal Zone, participated
in the exercise.
Offices and business places emp emptied
tied emptied as the "take ever" siren
sounded. Pedestrians and parsons at
their hemes ware abe reajuested te
take active part in the maneuver.
The Zone disaster relief team,
made up sin advance echelon of
105 persons, personnel operat
ing a casualty collect
ter had committ
after their mobilisation.
In addition, some 50 volunteer
first aid workers came from Pa Paraiso,
raiso, Paraiso, Santa Cruz and Diablo
Other assisting aid ta military
teams came from Zen ham radio
operators supplying mobile units on
the "blast" sites and a squad of
eight auxiliary pslica from the
Balboa police station.
The Balboa Control forces un under
der under the command of F. H. Ler Ler-chen
chen Ler-chen assembled In the Balboa
Industrial area, and Immediate Immediately
ly Immediately went to the Corozal-Clayton
There they were joined byj,h
hundreds of defense workers of
the military services.
The third in the year's disas
ter exercises will be staged Oct.
30 on the Atlantic side with the
Navy staging the problem and
the Army controlling the relief
Panama line's Sale
Called For By US
WASHINGTON, Oct 17 (UP)
John s. Coleman, president of
the U.S. chamber of Commerce.
has called for Immediate sale of
the government-owned Panama
Canal steamship line to private
Recent disclosures show wide
spread use of the line by junket junket-ing
ing junket-ing Congressmen for taxpayer,
paid inspection trips of Use Ca Caribbean.
ribbean. Caribbean. Coleman said the ouestion of
whether Congressmen are enti entitled
tled entitled to free rides on ships of the
Panama Canal Co. could best be
solved by its sale to private own
The real Issu. is net the pos
sible abuse of this privilege, but
why the government should he
operating this steamship line in
uireci. competition with privately-owned
American flag; servi
ces," Coleman said in a state
ment released yesterday.
He called the Panama Line
"one of the mod. flagrant exam
ples or government competition
with private business."
Back In Gamboa
A two-time hurtlsr who was d.
ported from the Canal Zone May
17 went back to Gamboa peniten penitentiary
tiary penitentiary for another year today.
Audrey i.unton noofly, 40, Pana Panamanian,
manian, Panamanian, pleaded guilty vesterdar
in the Cristobal Division of U. S.
District Court to returning to the
Zone after deportation.
He has a long record of convic convictions
tions convictions for thefts and other offenses
both in Panama and the Canal
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contamination sectors all morning fnMLrW-r'
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MONTH 1 TO 8.0
SIX MONTHS. IN ADVANTE SO I S OO
ONE TEAR. IN AOVANCS WJ.B MOO
THE MAIL BOX
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
- Last week I took a four-day, 1000 nile trip through Central
Texas and east to my birthplace and old home Wuiunan, men
a ran down poor seat of government, now floating in oil and
one of the most independent little towns I ever saw. They even
have a well in the courthouse yard to produce revenue to run
We had five in our party, and I invited five ladies to lunch
and when the check came did I get it? No, one of the ladies
grabbed it and said. "This is on me."
Met my youngest sister that I saw last 72 years ago. A
skinry little girl bred and raised nine boys and a girl, and
thougn feeble manages to get around and enjoy the wealth
that bad lain hidden under her feet for so long.
The farther north I went from San Antonio the more TV
tt I saw. Soon I couldn't see a house in town or country
that didn't have one. That's the nearest to 100 of anything
Z ever taw.
Road work is in progress everywhere and its superconstruc superconstruc-tion,
tion, superconstruc-tion, well defined and there to stay.
Most all towns have a bypass and you can go by with no
delay. We left San Antonio on a by-pass Route 13 and by
passed everything, even Dallas, on Route 12. Our furthest point
north was Bridgeport 2000 population with 600 men who had
to seek work elsewhere. Some 250 of them commuted to their
work in Ft. Worth 85 miles back and forth every day.
On returning from Bridgeport after a night visit and a
few good meals with my sister-in-law we started east and
made our first stop for gas and a short rest at McKenny the
home of the Boes'd Arc Tree, where I came over for a ride
with a conductor friend 68 years ago and had lunch near the
courthouse. When we stopped at the gas station I began 'to
look around to see if I could see anything that iooked natural
and a gentleman of about 60 stepped up and asked if I had
ever been here before and my answer, "Yes, 68 years ago"
started a little commotion, as it did in many places for there
were few my age traveling around in that part of the country.
Have already told of my visit to my old home, so we start
back home after visiting a nephew of my wife's that I brought
in from the sticks. A 19-year-old colt gave him a scholar scholarship
ship scholarship in Tyler Commercial when, after finishing, he secured
work with a wholesale grocery firm a Job he held until retire retirement
ment retirement and is now Justice of the Peace in his town of Tesel,
So we pulled out of there early Sunday, and after passing
through Kaufman some 20 miles, daughter discovered she had
left her handbag and that meant doubling the road. Things
got straightened out and no more trouble. A few minutes'
stop to talk to a friend in Waco, the old town I worked out
of for twelve years, then on to Georgetown the old college
town that has turned out many notables among them Nellie
Taglo Ross first woman governor in the US succeeding her
husband as governor of Wyoming and now caretaker at Ft.
Knox of the biggest lump of gold in the world.
Managed to get back home in one piece and starting back
em my regular routine of work -r the only thing that keeps me
alive. Want to thank Crede Calhoun for the magazine and
aay that I am mailing him an American Weekly. Would be
worth cash to him 26 years ago.
- Pop Wtlght
AI Use divisions working for the Panama Canal have a
Wl shAlnn thp numhfr nf flavn worked without a lOSt-time
inhXv. dm at thfHtalboa tard office theyt i&ri ami-
-a Wtia T AoHttJ ..nJAPci'nni tnnnr rrlV rah Vidv
Uy5 Oil UiiCAA UVTRUU A tSaVAAAlUW huucumuiu aiv imvj vst ii a
that many days if there is any truth in the story I hear that
a locaitraesr, namea iiewis was injured on mc sua noum nui.
j, i am told he was taken to hospital, where he spent a day
or two. In any case, with an injured leg he could not work
as a brakeman, and so far as I know he has not been working
in the yard office.
In our division the number of days without a lost-time ac accident
cident accident is low, but we keep the score on the level.
By VICTOR RIIFIL
Since I have reported that
Hsrrv Bridges, friend of the So
viet people, his quixotically reg registered
istered registered as a California Republican
I bow gallantly give equal time
to the Democrats.
Those other friends of the So Soviets,
viets, Soviets, the notoriously pro-Communist
Mine, Mill and Smelter Work Workers
ers Workers Union, have just endorsed Ste Stevenson
venson Stevenson and Kefauver.
'ithr maior oanv had much
choice while being chosen bedfel bedfellows
lows bedfellows by the comrades of com comrades.
rades. comrades. Fact is that the national
candidates may not even know of
these endorsements, which fasci
nate me notxas political phenomena
but as studies in typical Soviet Soviet-stvip
stvip Soviet-stvip self-dearadation.
These actions show how low the
mmniifs can set on the inteuec
tual totem pole. Let's take a look
at Hrrv Bridges, for example.
He is leader of the usually pro-
Communist International Long
shoremen's and Warehousemen's
Union, which has tieht control on
Pacific shipping and the terrifical terrifically
ly terrifically stragetic naval, air and mili military
tary military installations on the Hawaiian
Harry Bridges has known
for a while that one of the
government's utterly unimpeach
able and most knowledgeable in
vestiaators. Judge Robert Morris,
has been planning to probe
Bridges and his union. Judge Mor Morris,
ris, Morris, now counsel for the Senate
Internal Security Subcommittee,
has been in Hawaii for some time
now methodically and personally
gathering evidence for the upcom upcoming
ing upcoming Pacific Coast hearings.
Bridges' people have been keep keeping
ing keeping a sharp eye on Judge Morris,
who has ripped holes in and let
light into many a Communist con conspiracy.
spiracy. conspiracy. And so, by coincidence, Harry
Bridges comes up with a new
"Who Me?" look and registers Re Republican
publican Republican in time to vote in this
Not too many weeks after Harry
spread his fine red glow over
California politics, his friends in
the Mine, Mill and Smelter Work Workers
ers Workers Union endorsed the Demo Democrats.
crats. Democrats. Here, too, coincidence
raises its intriguing head.
It just so happens that a Fed Federal
eral Federal Grand Jury which is sitting
in Denver. Colo., home of the un
ion, has been hearing witnesses for
weeks on Communist infiltration of
this union which, if it ever called
its people out on strike, could just
about wipe out mining and smelt smelting
ing smelting of uranium, nickel and cop
er, stall production of atomic and
hydrogen bombs and slash sup supplies
plies supplies of high octane aviation gas.
So important are these he.
mat wuuam "Tommy" To
s moo-smasher and n
stint U.S. Attorney-Gene:
charge of Internal Security
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By PETER EDS0N
THANKS FOR GORGAS STAFF
Mv wife Edith and I would like to express our gratitude
for all the attention and care given to oar son, Luis Antonio,
during his long stay at Gorgas Hospital by all the doctors,
nurses and other employes of Section D, Ward 20, and also to
nr Octavio Ferrari of Panama, who made it possible for him
to be examined by Cubans Dr. Agustin Castelalnos, the famous
pediatrician, and Dr. Raul pereira, the radiologist.
' Daniel E. Guerra
WASHINGTON (NEA) The ing for Egyptian operation, with The Russian said that it was
United States gets its first look at international advisers. Third was and thereby he stepped into a
six-foot, 200-pound Dmitri Shepilov's plan to end the London diplomatic hole deeper than the
Shepilov, the new Russian foreign conference and call a new one Sues Canal,
minister, at the United Nations with more countries present. For It showed Russia all alone,
Security Council meeting on the The Russian plan was not even without a single ally on this is-
filiaT rana! frtcic In Naur Vnrlr fftnlrirftfl whiph was fihaniinu'a cm And it .....1.,! tkaf Ik. Dn.
Shepilov is sized up as quite a first defeat. sians purpose in attending the, ves' .' Vu.Sl.
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Ministers Molotov and Vishlnsky, was that V. K. Krishna Menon a solution, but to wreck it.
Ambassadors Malik and Gromy- thought the Egyptians might ac- Molotov, in the opinion of the
ko, with whom tat U.K. aas naa cept it. lie aid not think Egypt diplmats present, would never
WASHINGTON In both business
and politics you have to be care
ful whom you nire and who your
associates are. Yet the Republican
congressional campaign commit
tee has hired as its radio-TV di
rector the man who used an intro
duction from anti semite Ger
aid L. K. Smith to smear Mrs
Anna Rosenbere when she was ud
for confirmation as assistant sec
retary of defense
He Is Ed Nellor, former cohort
and satellite of Sen. Joe McCarthy.
who during the bitter battle to de
feat Mrs. Rosenberg, took a trip
to New York with McCarthy's in
vestigator, Don Surtnc, to see Ben Benjamin
jamin Benjamin Freedman. ex-Jew who has
been employed by the Arab
At the instance of Nellor and
Surine, Freedman came to Wash
ington to work against Mrs. Rosen Rosenberg,
berg, Rosenberg, together with an ex-Commu-
mst named Ralph De Sola who
claimed Mrs. Rosenberg had been
a Communist member of the John
Reed Club. As a result. Commu
nist charges were leveled against
her by McCarthy on the Senate
Later, Sen. Kefauver read to the
Senate the text of a cable seat
by Freedman, the man Nellor had
helped bring to Washington, to
Ahmad Haussein, head of the
Young Egypt Party, which said:
"Dearest Brother: Letter re received.
ceived. received. Attending everything re
quested. Very busy with United
Nations situation. Extend emi eminence
nence eminence wishes for continued vision,1
courage, strength, struggle on be-j
nan justice nis people, uiving mm
fullest cooperation. Family send
His "eminence" was identified
as the mufti of Jerusalem, subsi subsidised
dised subsidised by Hitler to stir up anti
Jewish hatred during the war.
THI SINATI RECORD
When Kefauver and Senator
Russell of Georgia dug into the
charges against Mrs. Rosenberg,
here is some of the false evidence
they found had been encouraged
by Surine and Nellor, now radio radio-TV
TV radio-TV director for the Republican
Senator Russoll: Who were .the
members of this committee that
you discussed it (Mrs. Rosen Rosenberg's
berg's Rosenberg's confirmation) with?
De Sola: The gentleman was in
troduced to me as one of the in-
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It was one of the most sensa sensational
tional sensational and DublirizeH rhiu
made by Senator McCarthy, how
ever, -ana nepuoncan leaders had
every reason to know the score
when they hired Nellor to handle
their congressional camnaim nnh.
Labor leaders have a new way
of describing Sen. Goldwater's at attacks
tacks attacks on labor. "All that glitters,"
they say, "is not Goldwater."
Mayor Robert Wagner of New
York has been discouraged about
chances of winning the senatorial
race In New York. He has told
friends confidentially that he's sor sorry
ry sorry he agreed to run. Wagner ex expects
pects expects to be overwhelmed by the
New York Jewish vote which he
believes will go to his Republican
rival, Jack Javits . Louis
Lautier of the National Negro
Press Association is predicting a
swing of Negro voters away from
the Democrats. Lautier is con convinced
vinced convinced that Negro leaders, espe especially
cially especially ministers, will persuade
thousands of Negroes in crucial
northern cities to vote Republican.
From the Bell Syndicate, ln.
to deal before.
Secy, of State John Foster Dul Dulles,
les, Dulles, Undersecretary Loy Hender
son and their staffs got the first Indian
measure of the man at the pre
liminary meeting of Sues Canal
users in London last August.
Shepilov, on arrival in London,
would take the Dulles plan
But 17 nations voted for
Dulles plan, and only five for
have allowed himself to be pushed c? your
ir the into suc a hole. It was ia-- of I at J"",'-
or the diplomatic experience on Shep- "emen: n
Cross examlnating Freedman,
Sen. Russell asked: You did not
ask them any questions people
home at 12 o clock
for a private meeting withp08ifs.
s before the conference be
gan. They had two meetings, both
The main thing the Russian
seemed anxious to put across was
that he and Dulles should always
Since U.S. and U S S R diplo-
t om re that, stnoncr vour readers there are philatelists
who, like myself, wish to exchange stamps with like-minded
collectors abroad. m
I am prepared to exchange for any quantity of postmarked
tamps a similar number from Germany or Europe, if ten or
more stamps of the same value are included.
A real exchange could develop to the pleasure of both par participants,
ticipants, participants, and a better understanding among the nations.
Irwin Raf alski.
20a) Buckeburg, Germany,
Bergdorfer Str. 50.
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M Naval banner
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out to nelo direct the Drol
Denver Grand Jury will reconvene 'ST?:,
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in my corner that there will be 10
or. 12 indictments out of the sealed
fhomlior TV,. .Ii.ihu. ...Ill 1
. ZSLuFSZ, "S 4 be frank and earnest with each
law reouiring union officials to0r' ,nd not duil thelr
swear they are not Communists.
It so happens that not too many
months ago, six officials of this
union were asked under oath to
deny affiliation with the Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev circuit. They all ran for the
Fifth Amendment and deep freexe
So what does this union do right
smack during the Grand Jury
The union's executive board
aoopts a statement "making it
clear" that it is "not Communist
lommated" and that it "has no
sympahy with communism. "This
is fine. But years too late. Th.
Mine, Mill was heaved out of the
CIO by a jury of its peers for
iouowing the communist line.
Many of its leaders have been
charged with Commimiit ti.,it.,
by witnesses before congressional
its national attorney, Nathan
Witt, has refused under oath to
deny knowledge of espionage when
asked to do so by congressional
Maurice Travis, the union's for
mer secretary-treasurer hss been
found guilty of violating the non non-Communist
Communist non-Communist affidavit law and is
under heavy sentence and fine.
If these people are Democrats
and Harry Bridges is a Republi Republican.
can. Republican. Mickey Mantle has just
signed a petition outlawing base baseball.
ball. baseball. The leftwingers have ifahswt
themselves to survive instead of
tienung tor what they really believe.
No. somebody tela-
nrooosal. Sheoilov voted ilov's Dart. He is not dumb, snd 1 Pnea Je om wasningion ana
Russia with the five. iturning 51 on Nov. 4, he wiU!Jaw: lwo "T TS, up
Later, however. Indonesia came probablv he around lor a lon1", src uu s
In with a compromise which com- time.
bined the U.S. aod Indian pro-, He is a South Russian Cossack
who joined the Communist secret
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17 Eye medicine tf
19 Decorate 11
23 Flower 33
24 Blanca'. 38
25 German river 40
26 Concert hall 41
. 47 High wind
i 48 Greet Lake
2 War god of
The western diplomats decided police before he was 21. He was
that with a few changes, it could sent to school in Moscow and ad ad-be
be ad-be made acceptable. And this was vanced rapidly. He caught Nlkita
done. I Khrushchev's attention and he-
I came a political commissar In the
Loy Henderson was presiding Red army, rising to the rank of
when the crucial vote was taken, major general in World War II.
Dulles sat at the table whittling! After postwar service In East
on a pencil, as he frequently Germany he became head of
does in conference. This was a Russian propaganda and four
form of doodling that used to up- years ago was made editor of
mats have always spoken in this set Molotov no end. IPravda.
vein, these ground rules added i Keeping up his whittling, but He was influential in swinging
nothing new. not making many notes, Dulles the Egyptian arms deal. Last
In the London meeting, Dulles innocently asked Henderson to; February, on Molotov s retire-
and Shepilov had two showdows.l review the situation as to wher1 ment, he was made foreign
Their plans were put forward they stood. Henderson declared minister.
at this conference. One was the that all nations were in agreement This is his first trip to the U.S.
American plan for international on the compromise, except Rus- But he is scheduled to be back
operation of the Suez Caal. An- sia. He then turned to Shepilov soon, for the regular meeting
other was the Idlan plan provid- and asked him if that was correcf. the U.N. General Assembly.
ARRESTED Mrs Son Juz Juz-nlc,
nlc, Juz-nlc, 20, wife of Yugoslavian
Vice-Consul in San Francisco,
refused to post $250 bail and
insisted on "diplomatic Immu Immunity"
nity" Immunity" when she was held In
city jail. She was charged
with shoplifting $26 worth of
fowels and closing. Her hus husband
band husband claimed f had destroy destroyed
ed destroyed her saies slips.
From the papers: Walter Winch Winch-ell,
ell, Winch-ell, syndicated columnist of the
N.Y. Daily Mirror and news
events editorialist for the Mutual
Broadcasting System, was the re recipient
cipient recipient of two awards presented
Monday . The first. The Free Freedom
dom Freedom of the Press Award, was
given to him (in Washington,
D.C.) by the U.S. Gov't in recog recognition
nition recognition of his "contribution to the
maintenance and continuance
of a free press in America" .
W. C. Daniel, recently elected
Commander of the American Le Legion,
gion, Legion, presented the Americanism
Award to Mr. Winchell (in Arling Arlington,
ton, Arlington, Va.) for his 'efforts to pro promote
mote promote a greater seal of patriotism
among our citiseos" snd especial-
las tnw hie- 'avnAaiiraa if 41s IHIMh!.
3 Aw sua cajwjui cj va use? useajue
ei of Communism."
We requested that ao one con connected
nected connected with the administration
make the presentation of the
Treasury Dep's Freedom of the
Press Award . Motion Picture
star Virginia Mayo and her hus
band, actor Michael O'Shea, flew
from Hollywood to run the errand
for Uncle Sam.
Thank you, Miss Mayo. This is
indeed a singular award. Not be because
cause because I am the recipient, but be because
cause because it reaffirms a basic Free Freedom
dom Freedom of the Republic ... It seems
to me that alongside the name
plate of the manufacturer of
every printing press and every
linotype machine, there ought to
be another name plate reading:
Molded at Valley Forge, estab established
lished established at Gettysburg, engraved at
Normandy and hallowed at Ariing
The day a free press was born.
the news was printed in two col colorsBlack
orsBlack colorsBlack for the ink and invis
ible Red for the blood of the Amer
icans who paid for iteliberty with
their lives ... It gives me far
greater satisfaction than I can
easily voice to receive this award
from a branch of the government
in short, the people of the United
States . It means more to me
(as I said on the air Sunday night)
than 20.000 Pulitzer Prizes.
I saw painting on the walls of
the Mutual network office in
Washington . Miss Liberty Liberty-looking
looking Liberty-looking more beautiful than I have
ever seen her . She stands very
proud and very tall and in her
right hand is the Torch of Liberty.
She is sheltering the Typical
American Newsboy . Under bis
left arm is a bunch of newspapers
. . In his right hand, holding it
high, is the latest edition ... He
is yelling something ... I am
sure he is shouting: "Extra! Ex
tra! Read all about it!" ... The
little boy is the newsboy I always
wanted to be.
mas oeautuui painting is more
than symbolical ... It is pictorial
because they are inseparable
partners in freedom . One is
impossible without the other
This, then, is a salute to all the
newsboys who bring the message
or America in snort trousers at
Paul Revere once brought it by
horse . That little newsboy is
the living symbol that great things
grow rrom eany industry . i
say to ue Kids selling newspa
pers: Keep doing what you are do doing
ing doing honest work returning a
small profit It describes the
early history of our nation. George
Washington once said: "When a
man does his best angels can do
no more!" He said that to the
greatest newsboy of all, Benjamin
Thanks, Mr. and Mrs. I Love
U.S.A.! Thank you, Virginia Mayo,
uncie aam ana Auntie Manuel
"Dear Walter," writes the FBI
director, "This is to tell you that
your newscast about naming the
names of young criminals was
fine. I mean the four skunk rsti
who viciously assaulted the two
N.Y. newspapermen. It was really
terrific. I hive urged time and
again that newspapers print the
names of teen-agers who commit
felonies. Because I believe the
more spotlight newspapers 'throw
on aay wrong-doing the better
The newspaper is our last barrier
m keeping America wholseome,
cleat, and free, and one nf It
functions should be to throw the
blinding spotlight on their identi
ties. They are real enemies of so
ciety. You performed a great
public service doing what you did
over the Mutual Network. More
power to you. Sincerely, John
Sen. Russell: Who telephoned
you from Washington
Freedmsnr Mr. Smith.
Sen. Russell: Do you know his
Freedman: I think, he is in the
publishing business it is this Ger
Sen. Russell: Gerald L. X
Sen. Russell: Just what did Mr
Smith tell you?
Freedman: He said, "There are
two men on their way to New
York to see you."
Sen. Russell: All right, how long
did these two men, Nellor and
Surine, stay in your home?
Freedman: A few minutes.
Sen. Russell: Did they ask you
any questions as to what you knew
of about Anna Rosenberg?
Freedman: Yes. rney may may-yes,
yes, may-yes, they did. And I referred them
to De Sola, and gave them a card
and they went away.
Sen. Russell: What did they say
when they came and rang your
doorbell? Were you awake?
Freedman: They said they were
investigating the Anna Rosenberg
matter. And I didn t Know wnein
er thev were reporters or FBI
men, or what they were.
In the end. it was proved be
yond the shadow nf a doubt that
Mrs. Rosenberg naa never oeen a
member of the John Reed Club,
never had aay Communist connec
Murder uukes headlines .
That's because it is news . The
reason it is news is that most
people do not commit murder
The same thing is true of juvenile
delinquency . The reason d.
is news is that the overwhelming
majority of American youth are
leading busy, healthy lives
Preparing to be useful citizens
The various gangs of teen-age
(and other) hoodlums in all 46
states are offset bv this fact
Did you know that at least twenty
muuon American youngsters are
taking music lessons?
You read about some young
criminal s snot in tne dark
But nobody ever mentions the
thousands of school orchestras
Rehearsing all-day . You read
about the juvenile delin minks
Who steal cars and muss citizens
. . But why doesn't anyone play
up the million members in the
441 Clubs? The ones who get up
at dawn. To help run American
farms! . You read about the
teen-age gang raids on other
gangs of candidates for the elec
trie chair ... For every one of
these bums America has a thou
sand Boy Scout Troops. Learning
the ways the pioneers used. To
build our wonderful country
The fact is two out of every three
youngsters in the U.S. go to Sun Sunday
day Sunday schools. But that story is not
hews . The bad news is that
judges do not know where to send
young offenders. But the good
news is that for every bad boy we
have ten good kids. Working their
way thru college . God Bless
The irony of It ... The juvenile
gangsters call themselves armies
. . Since 1776 America's best
citizen make up our best Army
Over 70 per cent of our armed
forces are mnned bv juveniles
ttontinued on Page 4J
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Or
tage, Offstage and Upstage
There's more than just raeasle
In the family holding up Mark
Lanza's hop to Rome for the
Italian movie, "Be Mine Tonight."
Clearances haven't come through
from the German film producer?
who did the original picture with
Jan Kiepura and Marta Eggerth
Mario's manager won't let him go
to Rome until everything's signed,
sealed, and delivered. . Marlon
Brando's gal pal, Josanne Bereng Bereng-er,
er, Bereng-er, auditioned for the "St. Joan"
mnvlA nlum hut PSC&Ded the
spotlight by using the name of
The greatest movie queen of
them ell blind when British
newsmen printed it in black ink
that her age was H. . Italian
newspapers have come right out
with the story that Gins Lollo Lollo-brigida
brigida Lollo-brigida has a date with the stork.
She's so far denied the story.
Fnv rWirlArl that CBS' Cole
Porter spectacular, "You're the
Top," was so good for Dorothy
Dandfidge that an involved trans transportation
portation transportation schedule was juggled so
that Dorothy could be flown to the
West Indies for "Island in the
Bun" the day after the big show.
Italian Heart Throb Rossano
Brazil's wife has been described
in print as a far from glamorous
Mrs. Five-by-Five. "True," says a
Holtwoodsman just back from
Munich, where he met Mrs. B.
"But after five minutes you don't
notice it. What a personality! She
as more charrr than most Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood glamor dolls."
Cameras are turning at the
North Pole for a feature-length
movie documentary of the Ameri American
can American Polar Basin Expedition. Five Five-time
time Five-time Academy winner Peasley
Bend is at the production reins.
Frank Lovejoy'i new definition
f a square:
A fellow who secretly hopes that
Anita Ekberg can also cook!
Wide Wide World's visit te Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood was a wide, wide bore as
far as I'm concerned. Can't Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood do anything without trying
to see how many new films can
This is Hollywood, Mrs. Jones:
In the 1W "Jesse James," John
Carradine played Bob Ford, who
killed the outlaw. In the new Fox
remake, Carradine's the preacher
who baptise him-
. . Vanessa Brown is sure that
he knows where Elvis Presley's
energy comes from. Flipping
hrough the L.A. phone book, she
:ame upon the Presley Vita-
:ime upon the Presley Vita
THE WITNET: Joan Blondell
plays the brandy-muddled aunt of
Eleanor Parker in "Lizzie." and
as the sIoodv character, she
wears a real rag-tag collection of
clothes. "I just love your wara-
rnh' visitor Itirlrlprl hpr "Diore"
"No," snapped Joan, "DiorfuL"
The niteries are offering Helen
Gravco bookings and hefty pay
checks for the next year a sa solo
thrush, but Spike Jones decided
that he can't do without his matt.
She'll resume touring with his
band av a result.
Despite tales that he's not
interested. Elvis Presley w
PLENTY interested in playing
the .Timmv Deirr ft mbiography.
UeM Hits in shelve his etiitar and
stnn the niD-wiefilinE wnen
bank account hits a certain figure.-
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WASHINGTON. Oct. 17 (UP) -Navy
planes in the mediterranean
and Vtcjie.n Pacific bvt i?r?;i
equipped with a new gmded mis
sile the S'dewinr'er ;hich ro
destroy enemy aircraft at alti altitudes
tudes altitudes of some 10 mjife.
The Navy announced today that
"Sidewinders" have been as assigned
signed assigned to aircraft squadrons
aboard the carrier Randolph with
the Sixth Fleet in the Mediter Mediterranean
ranean Mediterranean and the carrier Bon
Homme Richard with the Seventh
Fleet in the western Pacific.
The Sidewinder, named after
the fast-strikm desert rattle rattlesnake,
snake, rattlesnake, is a blunt-nosec' weapon
about eight or nine feet lone. It
has four fins at its nose and four
at its tail. Navv photographs
showed F95.Cr'"?r Miter partes
carrying wo of the missiles under
SEEING WHERE THEY'VE BEEN-Rumbleseats strapped
to their fathers' backs make sure there are no slip-ups when
the tots and papas arrive in New" York aboard the liner Stock -"
holm. Martti Kyamalainen, lef t, carries his 11-month-old
f daughter, Meija, while Aro Lahti provides the ride lor daugh-
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10:30 Cavalcade Of America
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Scholars Breathless, Sots Stupefied
Over Theory Peruvians Brewed Vodka
Recommended in the dining-out
Mesa. One or rorresi omun
Net .In THE SCRIPT: JOAN
COLLINS: "I don't like going out
Only an expert or a beginner
woukl have made East's mistake in
InWav'a tinnrl Thic nnrrisnlai l?ct
was a very famous expert, which
made it all the funnier when he
fell on his nose nose-West
West nose-West opened the eight of spades,
dummy put up the nine, East
played the ten, and South won
LIMA, Peru, Oct. 17 (UP) A
theory advanced by a United
States distillery that vodka was
invented by ancient Peruvians left I
less today and serious drinkers re remained
mained remained stupefied.
"Impossible'.' was the comment
of Prof. Fortunato Carranza of
San Marcos University, who is
recognized as a leading authority
on ancient Peruvian oooze. i n e
Incas had no distilleries," he ex explained.
plained. explained. Publisher Distillers Prgducts,
Tne announced in Philadelphia
few davs azo they had "docu
mentary proof" that vodka origi originated
nated originated in Peru and was carried
from America to Russia by sea sea-rnvini;
rnvini; sea-rnvini; Scandinavians in the ele
venth centrury. Ancient Peruvians
called i,t "chatka," the announce
The Incas made fermented frink
from corn.but used it.pnly in cere cere-mnnial
mnnial cere-mnnial 'occasions. TrM. Carranza
said. "Tft'ere were no heavy drink-
with a series of men. You have a ..,.,u ,k ... rwiarer returned
aeries of fights in the car on the a low club and auoweci west to
way home. It's too exhausting. jnD,d tne uick witn the jack
' . I West led his other spade, dum dum-The
The dum-The pretty Joyce Taylor in my covered with the jack, and
MGM's "10,000 Bedrooms is a E.st won wjth the aueen. The
t -orH Hnflhes discovery. She
Was Ihe stripper who sneezed
, .nc-jr a dratt.hit her in RKO's
"Beyond o Reasonable Doubt."
REDS STRIKE SOUR NOTE
Prized item for philatelists is
the stamp shown, above, issued
and hurriedly withdrawn by
East German post office. Com Commemorating
memorating Commemorating the 100th anniver anniversary
sary anniversary tt death of German com composer
poser composer Robert Schumann, hand hand-eateevted
eateevted hand-eateevted manuscript in back background
ground background is reproduction of a
work of Franz Schubert. Stamp
as appropriately imprinted in
Japan Train Crash
(laims 38 Persons;
Worst In Five Yean
spade situation was now impor
tant. Kost Had K-5, and dummy
had 6-4. If East took Ms king, he
would set up dummy's six.
Instead, East shifted to a low
heart. South played low, and West
won with the queen. West returned
a heart to the ace, and East was
in a postion to take the setting
trick with the king of spades.
A beginner might not count the
tricks, and an expert might get
Lgreedy and fail to take the set
ting trick. An average good play player
er player would take the. king of spades
and get on to the next hand.
This East was greedy for an
other trick. He returned a tnira
heart to South's long. Mex Man Manchester,
chester, Manchester, of Portland, Ore., was
playing the South hand, and no nobody
body nobody can play cat-and-mouse with
Max and get away with it.
Max discarded a spade from
dummy on the king of, hearts, fi
nessed the ten of diamonds, ran
the rest of (he diamonds, and
squeezed East in the process. When
the last dianrbnd was led. East
held the king of spades and three
clubs. If he threw a club, dummy
would make a long club; and if
East threw the spade, South would
make the three of spades!
"MOON IS BLUE
St Xmf 'Jr T
"BUT I CAN EXPLAIN," says Maggie McNamara to
William Molden. .. Situation occurs In THE MOON IS
BLUE." which is now playing at the Lax Theatre. Come
NAGOYA, Japan, Oct. 17 (UP)
The toll of yesterday s railroad
wreck at Rokken mounted today
to at least 38 dead and 35 injured,
making it Japan's worst rail acci
dent m five years.
Two excursion trains, carrying
pilgrims to and from the Iae
shrine piled up in the station, 40
miles south of this big industrial
center. The locomotive of one
train toppled over onto a passen
ger car of the other, crushing or
scalding most of its occupants.
Nothing could be done for in injured
jured injured survivors trapped in the
crumpled car until a crape ar
rived to lift the derailed loco
motive. Rescue crews were still
at work today, seeking additional
The first train, a southbound
'Mnnhls header" nulled hv two
111. LI V 1 1 u -I ..... -
locomotives, was to have been
side-tracked to let a northbound
train nans The engineer, accust
nmer! in rnnnine through Rokken.
apparently forgot the change of
The southbound train switched
intn the siding it full sDeed and
rammed the crash barrier at its
end. Both locomotives and tne
first two passenger cars jumped
the track and fell onto the main
Moments later, the northbound
train plowed into the debris mock
lng the track.
cis tt "eru until the white man
... Lima bars the reaction to
the New York report ceuld be
summarised as "Steoe what?"
A local newspaperman whose
solid reputation in man who
will drink anything was a little
more articulate, however:
"Indigenous people have made
liquor ou( of almost everything,"
he said, eazing into his pisco the
local firewater "They still do, a-
way back in the mountains.
I've drunk Indian stuff made from
corn, wheat, cactus, sugar cane
and yucca. The raw material va varies
ries varies from one part of the coun country
try country to another. The Indian just us
es whatever is handy."
A companion volunteered: I
have seen a chatka distillery made
by the Indians entirely from clay."
Confronted by the fact that the
potato, from which Russian vodka
is sometimes made, orignated in
the Andes. Prof. Carranza assert
ed that before Columbus discover
ed America 484 years aitrlhis day
the Incas never used the potato to
make alcoholic beverages.
"The ancients fermented cent
and the fruit of the "moll'' tree
by chewing them and then spit spitting
ting spitting out and collecting the
juice," Carranza said. "A far
as I can learn, the distillery was
not known in Peru until the
white man came."
Several authorities pointed out
that chatka, a distilled liquor
made front sugar cane still is pro
duced in some Peruvian provinc-J
Ca Cronica. a local tabloid, com
plained in a front page box: "We
have now been made the alleged,
fathers of the drink that caused so
much havoc In the time ot me
Czars. Against this accusation
stands the fact that stills were un
known to our ancestors who Ve
now blamed for inventing this 11
Tomorrow, Thursday, Oct. It
6:00 Sis.n On Alarm Clccx
Club (reouests taken
by phone till 7:00)
7:30 Morninsr Salon Concert
8:15 Church in 'me wnawooa
8:30 Musical Reveille
8:15 Sacred Heart
9:30 Paris Star Time
10:0' Spina and Needles (re (re-quests
quests (re-quests taken by phone
1 11:00 News
11:05 Spins And Needles
11:30 Meet The Entertalnw
12 :05 Lunch time Melodies
12:30 Sweet And Hot
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The pioneers
1:45 Spirit Of The Vikings
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30 Much-B 1 n d 1 n g-In-The-j
3:00 Hank Snow And His
Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kaye Show
3:30 Music For Thursday
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite tre.
quests taken by pione
6:35 what's Your Favorite
.00 Allen jackosn Commen
- tary (WRUL)
0:19 BLUE RIBBON fiPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Been
8:30 Telephone Hour (WRUL)
T:fJ0 Goon Show
7:30 VOA Report from U.S.
8:00 Elizabethan Theater
8:30 Take It From Here
9:00 You Asked For It (re-
The Navy' said the missile Is
'a rugged, inexpensive weapon
capable ofoperatin" a",-'n't '"h
performance type aircraft." It is
designed childly for deftness of
ships at sea but also will be used
by Navy units in continental air
Range of the Sidewinder was
not given, but it was rcooitpd to
b greater than that of the Spar Sparrow,
row, Sparrow, a guided missile eVrri-H by
fighter planes in the Sixth Fleet.
The Sparrow has a range oi
about five miles.
MIUMIY MIDGET Johnny Motte, 10, of Nuevo Calif has
won 47 trophies and upward of 50 ribbons driving this 'tiny
7.5 cubic-inch racer in competition with members of the One-'
Quarter Midget Racing Association, which has its headquar headquar-ters
ters headquar-ters in Hemet, Calif. Part of the credit goes to dad. who
built the racer. Johnny's top winner among the 150-odd mem mem-bers
bers mem-bers All of the little cars are held within strict limits or
tread, wheelbase, clearance and cylinder displacement
quests taken by phone
10:30 Music From Hotel El Panama
10:45 Temple Of Dreams
11:00 Corcfrt Under The Stars
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THRU THE IRONING HOUR!
the BIG ironing
aid in the little box.
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AMBASSADOR OF FRANCE AND MRS. LIONEL VASSE
GIVE RECEPTION AT EMBASSY RESIDENCE TONIGHT
The Ambassador of France and Mrs. Lionel Vasse have
tamed Invitations for a recaption to be held tonight at the
Embassy residence from 6:00 p.m. to t:M p.m.
Darin; the evening, the Ambassador will confer the title
W Kaifht t the Lerion of Honor upon M. Henri Delciue
in recognition of his outstanding work as Cultural Secretary
of the French Embassy In Panama.
"Love your Enemies''
IBS Computes Training Curse
A leadership training course con conducted
ducted conducted by the local Council of the
International Boy Scouts of the
Canal' Zone concluded on noon
Sunday, with the presentation
of certificates by William Jump to
7$ young men whq had stisfacto-
nly completed me course.
There were 73 members at the
beginning, and 12 of those com
BY MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE I Jeff recovered from his anxiety.
I Children of divorce require con con-JEFF
JEFF con-JEFF S divorced father has aistant ressurance for their sensi-
character flaw. He craves ad- live readiness to blame themselves
miration. To get it from you, he'll for their parents' faulty conduct,
offer to do you some favor; But! Almost inevitably readiness to
after you've told him how nice! blame ourseives for others' mis-
he is, appeasing his thirst-for takes is trained into all of
Dr. And Mrs. Stiles
Of Third Son
Dr. and Mrs. Eduardo E. Selles
of Balboa announce the birth of
their third child, who is alio their
third son, at Gorgas Hospital, Oct.
Miss Pat Wad
Pledged T Sorority
Miss Pat Wade, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. M. Wade formerly
Dansma ritv v repent I v
pledged to Delta Delta Delta So-1 Members of the Club plan to visit
rcrity at Drury College, Spring-land get acquainted with the vaii-
blo Heights Clubhouse, Mr. Eu Eugene
gene Eugene K. Derr win show his color
slides of Camaval in Panama,
which he has taken over a period
of several years.
This program will be especially
interesting to newcomers who
have not seen the Carnival or fies fiesta
ta fiesta costumes and dances. Guests
are welcome at the meeting.
On Saturday the 6th, twenty-five
members of the Camera Club vis visited
ited visited the Panama Plywood Corpor
ation, on the way to locumen
Annual Bazaar By
The League of Lutheran Women
will hold their Annual Bazaar at
trie Luuieran service center oi me officer.
Kcaeemer tiuineraa onurcn, cai
boa Road, Friday, Nov. Z
pleting were irom me ranamaiyour aamirasion, ne rorgeis aireut me snock of divorce over
Association of uoy acouis; me apoui aoing you me favor. develops mis readiness in clnl
Last summer, which Jeff spent: dren. Thev try to explain the lo
others are all from the Interna
tional Boy Scouts across the Isth
Scout excutive Ray ni o n d
George, who served as training
save a oy txauiie
talk as the closing lecture, lm
pressing upon the leaders the lm
A ham supper will be served nnrtanee of acceotine fully their
starting at 5 p.m. Tickets for the i responsibility to themselves, their
supper are $1.25 for adults and 50 community and most of all the boy
cents for children under twelve. s tDt most important person
They should be purcnased before-: involved in the whole program
Rev. H. C. Akers
Leave Par Cartagena
The Rev. Nolan G. Akers, Dio Diocesan
cesan Diocesan Missionery of the Epicopal
Church, will sail Thursday eve evening
ning evening on the SS "Reina del Pacifi Pacifi-co"
co" Pacifi-co" for Cartagena, Colombia. Rev.
Akers will return to Panama in
Women's Auxiliary will bold a
mm mi Be sale Nov. 17 At St. Ma
rv's Church in Rainbow City. All
those who have clothing or miscel
laneous articles to contribute tor
this project may leave their box
es or packages marsea k u m
mace" iust inside the side en
trance of the church facing the
post office or call 3-1701 that they
may be picked up.
, Wins lsty Award
Miss Patricia Ann Fong, daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rlcardo H.
Fong oi Colon, won first prise in
the Columbus Day Essay award.
Miss Pong, who is a student of St.
Mary's Academy, wrote under the
pen-name "Black Falcon."
Camera Club Plana Tip
The Diablo Camera Club is mak making
ing making plans for their next trip, which
will be an excursion to Colombia,
to the ski-slopes of MtrSuis. This
will take place on Nov. 10, 11 and
OnTWsd5evnlng, is week,
at the regular meeting in the Dia-
ous Panamanian factories and 'in
A surprise birthday luncheon
was given at Mrs. Blanche Schill
ing's home at Westwood for two
officers of the Balboa Woman's
Club, president Mrs. Peggy Par Parker
ker Parker and publicity director Mrs.
Others who made up this infor informal
mal informal gathering were Mrs. Ruth
Jenkins, Mrs. Jacobs Joustra, and
Mrs. Louise Merchant.
For Doctors' Wives
The Doctors' Wives' Club win
hold a coffee at Albrook Officers'
Club Wednesday Oct. 24. Election
of Officers will be held during the
All women of the Margarita U
nion Church Auxtlary and friends
who are interested in attending
the Panama Federation for Chris
tian Service at Balboa Oct. 25 and
who are in need of transportation
mav arrange for the same by call
ing Mrs. Harry Butz at telephone
The meeting will start at 8:30
a.m. ana ww be preceded ny
morning ccuiee served by Balboa
Union Church Hostesses.
Dean Peterson of St. Luke's E
the guest speaker and r aui jtei-
ton, tenor, win ne guesi soioist.
The theme for the service is
hanjl from any member of the
league or rjy caning rar. u. m.
League or dv caiung air. u. m
Sylvester 2-4176 or Mrs. H. Willen
Tables of hand made articles,
Christmas novelties, home-made
cakes and cookies will be featured
For the enjoyment of the chil
dren there will be a grab bag in
the Kiddie Corner.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 0
EVERY, WEDNESDAY from 7i30 p.m.
LUCHO and his ORCHESTRA will plav
hit special brand of music that's, become
tops with all Isthmians!
Air-conditioned Bella Vista Room
A Ktrftrby Hotel
lack natice far iclion ia this
column should ee submrttod ia
type-written farm sad auiled ta one
of rite baa numbers listed daily in
"Social and Otherwise," at deliver delivered
ed delivered by hand to the office. Notice of
meeting aaaast be accosted by
film Will Be Shewn
At Paraite Civic
.The Paraiso Civic Councif will
bold a regular meeting in the Pa
ir aiso High School music room to
morrow, beginning at 7:30 p.m.
At this meeting the (afety com committee
mittee committee will entertain those present
with a safety film. All members
of the community are requested
Latin American Congress
Of Civic Council
Will Meet Monday
A special meeting of the Latin
American Congress of Civic Coun Councils
cils Councils will be held at the Rainbow
City High School on Monday, Oct.
22, beginning at 7:30 p.m.
The Congress will discuss the
suggestion made by Governor Wil
liam E. Potter at the last eovei
nor-Communitv meeting rata
to the setting up a retirement fun
by employes of the Canal CoaBpa-tt
nv-Govetnment. nans win aiso
be made to hold a series of meet meetings
ings meetings in each community. All mem members
bers members of the Congress are urged to
He used a triangle to demonstrate
the relationship of the boy s in
born tendencies, to the influen
ees of his home and community, on
one side, and his teachers and
other civic groups including the
Bov Scout organization on tne
other side, to complete the tnan
As a gesture of appreciation
for the splendid program planned
and supervised by tne scout exe executive,
cutive, executive, training instructors, all
of whom were trained by George
passed a resolution that the camp
be named "Camp Raymond
George"; this met with the unam
mnus arjoroval of the trainees.
The scout excutive, on behalf
of the local council, expresses his
aimreciation to the following per
sons for the part they played in
making this achievement possible;
William Jump. Cvril D. Atherley
Pearl E Ford, Jose N. French,
John R. Small. William Arthur
and Edward Green of the inspec
ToMnstructors Everald B. Walk
er, James A. Hassocks, Verneet
A. Laing. Sr.. Ivan R. Evering
Verneel A. Laing, Jr. John Pascal,
Robert Walker, Harold B. Cox,
Leonard Foster, Arthur J. McKen
zie and Cleveland Small.
Scout excutive Franklin Chase
of Council 801, Boy Scouts of
America, who assisted with course
material; and finally Mr. Ellis L
Fawcett, the council president
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (UP)
- "Joe and the tomato stalk" Is
the wav friends refer to Joseph
Ballatere of Springfield. This year
he grew a tomato plant is ieet
high in nil backyard garden.
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ROYAL. PORTRAIT Sl-year-old
Princess Anne, daugh daughter
ter daughter of Queen Elizabeth II and
'the Duke of Edinburgh, poses
with royal poise far her portra.it
on the occasion of her recent
birthday. The Princess wore a
dress of white brpderie anglaise
with a blue taffeta sash, and a
pearl necklace on a platinum
with him and his second wife,
his father broke several promis promises
es promises to the boy. There was the
pledge to take him on a fishing
trip; to buy him an airplane ride
at a nearby flying field. Finally,
iust before Jeff rejoined his
of one parent by some unknow
sin in them which has made then
FEW get the needed reassuran-
i ce. Far the top problem of divorced
parents is such fear of blame tor
mother, there was a promise to! their marriage break up that
send bim an alarm clock radio thev don't even want to know
that could, always be trusted, to
get him up in tune for school.
It didn't come.
they feel it.
Some wiQ run away from this
fear by getting drunk; others by
as time passed, Jens matter making infuriated attacks on
began to note the growing ansie- the ex partner. Pressed by this
ty of his daily question, "Has my great anxiety to deny the guilt
clock radio come?" In it, she rec- they feel, -they cannot be expect expect-ognized
ognized expect-ognized the old tendency of t h e ed to acknowledge that the child
child of divorce to blame himself i feels any. Blind to their oWn
for anything that goes wrong'.
need to be ride of self accusa
tion, they can't help the child to
be rid of his
The real work of divorced par-
80 she said, "Jeff, your father
has broken his promise to send
you a clock radio, not because
you did anything to disappoint ents is developing
him this summer, but because, he tance that makes it possible to
forgets promises. It is a fault of present their faults realislicalliy
his just as jumping to conclusions
is a fault of mine and untidiness
is one of yours. So when he forgets
a promise to you, watch that you
don't blame yourself."
to children without apology for
their own or vengefulness toward
the other fellow s
It is work of understanding
Philadelphia Medic's Death Blamed
On Atomic Radiation In AEC Plant
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 17(UP)
City medical officials said to
day that a dOcior who died here
last summer was a victim of
atomic radiation suffered when he
was employed at an atomic re
search plant on Long Island more
than nine years ago.
But officials of the Atomic
Energy Commission and the
Brookhaven Mtlen.-u Laborato
ries,, at Upton, N.Y., where Dr.
Kenneth A. Koerber worked, said
he could not possibly have been
exposed to radiation while there.
The AEC in Washington said
it has not recorded any deaths
from radioactivity since it took
over control of the government's
atomic energy program from the
Army on Jan. 1, 194. The Brook-
haven laboratories are an AEC
installation On Long Island.
Dr. Leland Haworth, director
of Brookhaven, said Koerber was
an industrial physician in the
medical clinic from June 1947 to
August 1948 nd never worked
with any radioactive substances,
Despite these officral denials,
Dr. Joseph E. Campbell, Phila
delphia's deputy chief medical
officer, said there was "no ques
tion about where Koerber was
exposed for radiation.
The controversy was started
following a routine inquest into
the death of Koerber last July
24 at the- age of 50. An autopsy
performed the day of Koerber s
death failed to disclose any ex explanation.
planation. explanation. A second autopsy, per performer
former performer the next day, showed "his
bones contain 1,000 times the
maximum safe concentration of
This information was not made
public until the inquest was held
yesterday. Dr. Joseph W. Spel Spel-man,
man, Spel-man, city medical examiner, said
Koerber died of lobar pneumonia
due te radiation exposure. Death
was due to hyoppiasia, or under
development of bone marrow
caused by injury from gamma
ray producing elements he said
"We have conclusively proved
that he was subject to atomic
radiation or to the inhalation or
to the eating of atomic com
pounds," Spefman said.
Koerber's wife, Marie, said that
m the last few months of his life
lier husband lost weight at an
alarming rate and his hair and
teeth began to fall out.
Medical officials blamed the
radiation they found in Koerber's
bones on his service at Brook
haven. Campbell said there was
"no question" about, it.
Koerber had top FBI clearance
while working at Brookhaven, he
said. Thus, he had access to all
plant facilities, even though he
was not a research scientist.
Campbell laid. He said Koerber
was at the laboratory when us
atomic pile was built.
1 1 in 1 1 Mill Iddslalelataddj
NEW APA ROUTE Executives of Aerovias Panama (APA)
pose briefly before boarding a plane for Lima, Peru, to com complete
plete complete details for a new APA flight from Miami tcr Lima vi'
Guayaquil Ecuador. At left is Dr. ailberto Arias, executivg
vice president of APA. with Charles Howell, the airline
' S1 i vJZgipA m m.
I didn't charge H! I bought it on time paymonta!"
How A Number Became Famous
ATTENTION 6th, 7th, 8th GRADE STUDENTS
LEARN BALLROOM DANCING
A new class In beginners' ballroom dancing Is starting
October ttth. The coarse will include Foxtrot, Walts and
Jitterbnrf. Registration will be held Saturday, October
30th 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.
SCHOOL OF DANCING
Columbus Club (Upstairs rear) Balboa
Far information phone 2-Z363
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COMMEMORATIVE Fea Featuring
turing Featuring his signature on a back background
ground background music score, stamp,,
above, commemorates 10th an anniversary
niversary anniversary of the death of the
operetta composer Paul Llncke,
best remembered for his "Glow "Glowworm"
worm" "Glowworm" music. Imprinted in
red, it's a German federal post
To Hold Concert
The Gamboa Church has com completed
pleted completed final plans for a variety
concert which will take place to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at 8 p.Yn. at the church.
The program committee has se secured
cured secured artists to make the con concert
cert concert an enjoyable one.
There will be no admission
In New York
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under 21 . A newspaperman
cannot help but be bitter when he
knows that for every hoodlum
who gets into trouble. We have
10,000 honest newsboys helping
their familes by selling the same
newspapers which play up the
band of G-Men and Cops . One
lady judge in the midwest was ap appalled
palled appalled by my comments last week.
That I will break the ridiculous
rule by newspapers not to. men mention
tion mention the names of teen-age crimi-
nk ... I am fed ud with the
j young tough guys. I say lets first,
consider the great majority oi
good, nonest, ambitious American
kids . Willing to work for a
Memo from Girl Friday: 1 for forgot
got forgot to add to yesterday's items
about the Trendex rating (for last
Friday night) that the WW-TV
Show no only led the ratings
at the time, but also was ahead
of the Dinah Shore Frank Sinat Sinatra
ra Sinatra Hour epic . You and your
talented troupe had to get your
ratings, in 25 minutes . The
White "louse family witnessed the
premiere program; so did the Jim
Hagerty's . You ought lo thank
the UP. which quoted the New
York Times and the New York
Herald Tribune rave notices on
their night wires ... I told Variety
that you created the format and
wrote most of it annd that Direc-
or Alan Handley and his staff
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Stretching Its two high slim
towers sicywaros Coio&ne Cauae Cauae-dral
dral Cauae-dral welcomes visitors from a
great way off.
When people throughout the
world talk: of Cologne, then
thou&hts turn to tne second
symbol of Cologne which Is
closely associated with it, name
ly the number 4711.
During the- occupation of
Cologne by Napoleon in 1796
and the subseauent Quartering
of his troops,, tne house of the
Mulhens fanuiy in the Glocken Glocken-gasse
gasse Glocken-gasse received the number 4111.
the number that has become a
world famofls trade mark.
Throughout all eenerations of
the House of Mulhens. the fa
mous secret recipe of 1792 has
remained unchanged in the ori
With the arrival in Cologne
of the Italian Paolo Feminis.
and his production there of his
"agua mirabilis." the founda foundation
tion foundation stone of an industry was
finally laid, which for all times
will be associated with the name
of the town. From "Aqua mira mirabilis"
bilis" mirabilis" came "Eau admirable de
Cologne" and finally
Eau de Cologne
Wasser von Koln
Further developments pro produced
duced produced a modern perfume, which,
through its reviving freshnesa
has always been popular and
much demanded by all its users.
The spirit of enterprise of tha
House of 4711 created earry on,
the unique traditional Blue' Gold
series which embraced the. Tos Tos-ca
ca Tos-ca aeries. They included Per Perfume
fume Perfume and perfumed Eauk do
Cologne, and later the so pop
ular rosea cream, rosca-cold-Cream,
also powder and powder
To these were added further
creations with such exciting
names as Troika. Cuir de Rus-
ste, Rheingold, Famous Rhino
Lavender, and in more recent
times Shahi and Mascota.
Products of the House 4711
travel to all parts of the morld.
Everywhere at homeland abroad
branches and agencies were
established. With the most mod modern
ern modern equipment he production
was increased. Rail. sea. and air
bring 4711 Products to the doora
of consumers all over the world.
made it better.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOMR 17. 1W
PAHAMA AMBUCA5 AX
Social and Otk
ii tin mm
Festival Of Fun At
American Legion Club
Vne American Legion Post No.
1 and the American Legion Auxi Auxiliary
liary Auxiliary Unit No. 1 are holding their
2nu Annual "Festival of tun" at
me American Legion Ciub Friday
and Saturday starting at V p.m.
niere Will be dancing to judie
Euwards Coraoo, a iioor show con consisting
sisting consisting of Marie Cicero, tap dance;
hue Maule and Dons Stringer,
jazz Up; Alice McClure, Hawaiian
Many door prize will be drawn
both nights, the two main ones be being
ing being two twin foam rubber mat mattresses
tresses mattresses and two round trip plane
tickets to Costa Rica.
Tickets are 50 cent per person
and may be purchased pt the aoor.
Beta Sigma Phi
. Yh Beta Siema Phi Model
meeting was held at the home of
Boots MiicneiL rvay ruoniz, resi resident,
dent, resident, opened the Model meeting
w;a a welcome to me nusnees.
Nancy Ramsey read the minutes
of the last meeting, then the final
plans for the Breakfast In Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood were read. It was announc announced
ed announced that the Preferential Tea will
toe held at the home of Marion
( een, from 2:30 to 4:30 Sunday
a ernoon, Oct, 28.
. orraal DeVol gave a short talk
on the purpose and scope ol Beta
t "ma Phi Sorority followed by A-
Y- McGann who then gave a
s t talk on the highlights of the
1 -lory of the Beta Sigma Phi
s -m i v Nancv Ramsey gave a
r-i'fe of the achievements of our
. J -M 1 Tl (J rt
ie interesting Cultural talk for
ths evening was given by Jean
.1 ide, Tilled, How is your con conversation."
versation." conversation." A talk that was highly
e-yed by all members present.
Vae next meeting, will be neld
Oct. 24, at the home of Norma De DeVol.
Vol. DeVol. Kelly Wainio Chairman of the
v Mte elephant c o n d u c t e d the
c ances taken, ana Ann reierson
won the gift donated Dy fceity vai
nio. Refreshments were then aer
ed with a Holloween theme.
Jaunty Judge In;
Brennen In Court
WASHINGTON, Oct. IT (UP) -William
J. Brennan Jr. of New
Jersey, described by his friends
ai "a jaunty judge," was sworn
in as a justice of the U.S.
Supreme Court today.
Brennan, a Roman Catholic and
a Democrat, first took his oath
to support the Constitution in the
court's conference room ( with
only members of the tribunal
present. It was administered by
Chief Justice El Warren.
Thn th -iuduual oath was ad
ministered-by Court Clerk John
T. Fey after the court convened
at noon for a public sitting in
its grtat marble chamber. Bren Brennan,
nan, Brennan, former New Jersey Supreme
Court justice, promised ro admin administer
ister administer the law with equal rights
for rich and Door.
Before the oath, Mr. Warren
paid tribute to Justice Sherman
Minton whom Brennan succeeded.
Minton was seated among the
spectators. Warren said the court
was reconciled to Minton's retire
ment only because it was in the
interest of his health.
Mr. Warrtn welcomed Brennan,
who was escorted to a vacant
chair St the chief justice's far
left where the most junior justice
always sits. Justice Tom C. Clark,
who occupied the next chair,
shook hands with Brennan.
On hand to see her son sworn
In as a member of the nation's
highest court was the new jus justice's
tice's justice's mother, Mrs. William J.
Brennan of Orange, N.J. Also
present were bis wife and two
sons and daughter.
At 50, Brennan is the youngest
justice on the high bench. Clark
and Justice John M. Harlan, the
youngest up to now, are 57.
Justict Felix Frankfurter, 74, is
Brennan's appointment left the
political makeup of the court at
six Democrats and three Repub Republicans,
licans, Republicans, i
Members and members-to be
present were, Kay Klontz, Barba
ra Egotf, Fat Bailey, Kelly Wai Wainio,
nio, Wainio, Norma DeVol, Jean Judge,
Ann Peterson, Julie H e r h a n,
Joyce Cottreii, Alice McGann, A A-hce
hce A-hce Erixson, Anna May Butcher,
Marge McBride, Mickey Moore,
Boots Mitchell, and nancy Ram Ramsey.
sey. Ramsey. Mr. Bill Baughman
Leaves For Bogota
Mr. Bill Baughman left Tuesday
for Bogota, Colombia after spend
ing several days with ms parents
Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Morris of Be
Mrs. Jessie Albright
Feted At Handkerchief Shower
Mrs. Jessie Albright of Gatun
was guest of honor at a handker handkerchief
chief handkerchief shower given at the home of
Mrs. Elizabeth Rowley Saturday
evening. Mrs. Milton Sanders was
co-hostess with Mrs. Kowley
Mrs. Albright will soon leave
the Isthmus to make her home in
Canasta was played and prizes
were won by Mrs. tasseii, Mrs
Albricht and Mrs. Clement.
Others present were Messrs J
Fred Newhard. C. T. Swearingen,
Gilbert Lee. G. G. Thomas Caleb
Clement, W. E. Rushing, S e m o n
Theriot, Milton Mash ana Amen
Charity Bazaar To Be, Held
At Elks Club Saturday
The ladies of Emblem Club No
49 will hold their annual charity
bazaar at the Elks Home on La
Boca Road starting at noon 5atur
All Elks and their friends are
cordially invited to attend this
charitable function. We are sure
that everyone who attends will
have a fiood time and win nave me
satisfaction of knowing that he
contributed in a small way to me
welfare of those less fortunate
Booths will be conveniently lo
cated and stocked with a variety
of gifts, particularly those appro appropriate
priate appropriate for Christmas. For variety,
there will be fishing ponds for the
youngsters and palm reading for
those who would like to know
more about themselves. There will
also be lots to eat and something
to drink for those who feel thirs
Quick Beans And Franks
Appropriate For Halloween
aalaaaK vnK. agnHmHr. ijiKH
and franks Is just J
STEAAfiNG FRAGRANCE of baked beans
By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Feed and Markets Editor
Halloween goblins usually have
bis aooetites. 1
Mrs. Anthouette tombs ol New
York, youthful looking grand
mother with 15 grandchildren,
fashion expert and resident buy
er, gave us her idea of what
young people enjoy at a Hallo Halloween
ween Halloween party. She's an experienced
hand at entertaining younsters
Her menu is built around har
vest-colored foods and stream
Replacing Minion jUana I Coronation
Will Take Place
AI Mechanics Club
Door prixes and many other
surprises are in store for all
those who attend "Fiesta 1956"
sponsored by the St. Paul's
Church at the Mechanics Ciub
this Friday night.
Etrbert Wade is chairman of
(the committee in eharge of this
phase of the evening's program,
and has given assurance that
there will be plenty of prizes.
Coronation of Queen Juana I
as Rose Queen of the Flowers
will be the main feature of the
"Fiesta." The attractive queen
will be attended by four gaily
robed flower-maids as she tra
verses the flower-garden into
which the Mechanics Club will
be converted and ascends the
flower-bedecked throne to be
crowned as monarch to reign
over the festivities which will
continue until 2:00 a.m. when
her royal highness will grant
her subjects to leave to retire.
Conjunto Sonoramlca will add
to tthe merriment with music of
the latest, and help make this
an occasion of outstanding festivity.
Cooked foods, featuring both
native Panamanian and Wesft
Indian dishes, pastry, cakes,
pop-corn and candy, and good
ies of all kinds will be available
throughout the evening.
Indications are that all those
attending this "Fiesta" will en enjoy
joy enjoy an evening of jollity as the
various committees detailed to
make preparations are sparing
no effort to make ithis an eve evening
ning evening to be long remembered for
its spirit of gaiety and convi
Nevada Wants Park,
Eyes Mountain Peak
And Vale With Hope
ELY, Nev. (UP) A federal
survey team has completed a
tour of the high mountains, caves
and glaciers in the Lehman Caves
Wheeler Peak of eastern Ne
vada to determine the feasibility
of creation of a "Great Basin
Range National Park."
A report on preliminary find
ings is expected to be made to
the National Park Service by Its
Santa Fe, N.M.. regional office in
mid-November. If this report is
itwMLiihe, refliiirdfl to .complete
formation of such a park.
The Lehman Caves section of
the rugged area is already under
Park Service administration as a
national monument. The remain remainder
der remainder of the proposed park is pri primarily
marily primarily composed of portions of
the Nevado National Forest.
One of the prime movers for ex
pansion of the Lehman Caves Na
tional Monument into a national
tional Monumtnt into a national
pork has been WeTdon F. Heald,
Tucson, Ariz., author and ex
It was Heald who last year dis
covered and named as the
Matthes Glacier" a glacier fill
ing the valley floor on the north
cirque of 13,061-foot Mt. Lheeler,
Nevada's highest mountain peak,
that tops the range near the Utah Utah-Nevada
Nevada Utah-Nevada state line near Lehman
Heald accompanied a party of
Park Service officers, naturalists,
Forest Service executives and oth others
ers others on a field inspection of the
The inspection and the pre preliminary
liminary preliminary report, when completed,
will discuss the various problems
and advantages of expanding the
present monument into the
"Great Basin Range National
Park." included will be effects of
the change on livestock grazing
riehts and game animal care. The
expanded' park would embrace
about 28 square mues.
Quick Btant V Frank
(Yield: 12 servings)
One-half cup unsulphured mo
lasses, 2 tablespoons vinegar, 2
tablespoons prepared mustard, S
cans (1 pound each) baked beans.
2 cans (20 ounces each) Kidney
beans, 12 frankfurters.
Combine unsulphured molasses,
vinegar and prepared mustard;
mix well. Empty beans into skil
let on top of range 20 minutes,
or cover and bake in skillet or
casserole, stir in molasses mixture.
Place frankfurters on top of
beans. Simmer in skillet on top
of range 20 minutes, or cover and
bake in skillet or casserole in a
hot oven (425 degrees F.) 30 to
40 minutes. Serve with heated
Grandma't Harvetf Pudding
(Yield: 12 servings)
Two and one-quarter cups sift
ed all-purpose flour, eup sugar
teaspoon nutmeg, 1V4 teaspoons
cinnamon, V4 teaspoon salt, Vt eup
shortening, 1 cup unsulphured
molasses. 1 aim cold water, i
tessnonn soda. 2 CUPS sliced ap
pies, 2 3-ounce packages cream
cheese, z taoiespooni mm,
Sift together flour, sugar, nut
meg, cinnamon and sail, aoo
shortening; cut with two knives
or pastry blender, to resemble
marse crumbs. Combine unsul.
hphured molasses, water and so
da. Turn appies row a rwu
8-inch square nan. Alternate
h find liauid over apples in
pan, beginning and ending wim
crumbs. Stir crumb and liquid
layer gently only 2 er J times
u, lh a fnrk. Hake in a moueraie
oven (350 degrees F.) 1 hour. To
serve, blend together cream
cheese and milk. Cut cake into
squares; place spoonful cream
cheese on top of each square. Top
each serving with lemon aauce.
March To Sherman
Tourist Must See
LANCASTER, O. (UP)
More than 4,000 persons come
hero each vear to visit the home
of Gen. William Tecumsen Mer
man, the man who led the famous
"March to the sea" a tiring me
The Sherman family home nas
been open to tourists for the past
five years and more than 20,000
persons have viewed it since then.
The house was built in 1812 and
is now operated by the Ohio State
On display are personal letters,
flags, photographs, guns, furniture
and many other articles from the
Union general s life. Among them
are his favorite cigar box and
Townsend 6ives Up
Hi Force Career
BNfMed By Love
LONDON, Oct. IT (UP)- Group
tapt. Peter Towasend today quiet quietly
ly quietly gave up his air force career
that was blighted by his love for
The double ace who shot down
11 Nasi planes in World War II
"signed off' from the RAF and
his post as air attache in the em
bassy at Brussels to start a lonely
year's tour of the world by auto automobile.
mobile. automobile. He will decide on a new
career after that.
The 42-year-old divorced father
of two children appeared thought thoughtful
ful thoughtful and said little as be entered
the Air Ministry for the brief
formality of resigning.
It was understood that Town
send's sparkling military career
was at a dead end as a result of
his romance with Princess Mar
garet, now 26. Sources said h e
could have eone no further in the
RAF. In fact, his three -year
assignment to the Brussels post
was considered by many to have
been a form of exile.
He had left Brussels briefly last
fall to woo the princess. After
weeks of wondering and waiting,
the world finally was told by Mar Margaret
garet Margaret herself, last Oct. 31 that "I
have decided not to marry Group
Cant. Peter Townsend." ,
The princess forsook him out of
duty to church which forbids mar marriage
riage marriage to .divorced persons and out
of loyalty to the crown.
There never was a statement
from Townsend. But soon after his
return to Brussels, he announced
his plans to resign and go for a
Next week, he will step Into a
Land Rover, a Jeep-like British
vehicle built for rugged travel,
and begin a tour that will carry
him alone from Brussels to the
Middle and Far East and back to
Some sources said Townsend
planned the trip as a "mission to
8-lo 5 Treatment:
Thai's Cure Keys,
t nivrfTf T f TTTM
Dcuohntios whn an home every
night after treatment have been
a common tning arounu mt
mM first atita.Mirmorted mental
mi: in-'" r i k
L..K.i f.. Hnv.trBAtnient in -the
United States completed its first
year oi an taperimouwt vm.
A,,,,t iwtnr are already
111 AUilW. V-
beginning to analyze the results
of this unique experiment in treat treating
ing treating the mentally 111.
c.f .,n in what ui onee an am
bulance garage behind the Lajay-
ette Chanty notwi,
.u.:. v. Kn ohm no treatment
CUllic una iroi b o t
to those with early tchmzphrenia,
pUranoia or other meniai uu
A .- El
The patients receive
modern psychiatric treatm
.n m tn 5 n m basis
.i.Aj,b- Mli.fl.1 dmtfi such
3UW.A, IM"" a-
chlorpromazine or reserpine and
occupational ano group vmm.
Tl,.u ... natientc who WOUld
have to be confined to a regular
hospital 24 hours a day, u uui
facility were not available.
Set up as a pilot project after a
r v v of the state's mental
health rttiratinn shower) such a
j.tri.tmnt iHpn might be the
V1J V .. v
answer to money and patient
problems, the results of xne first
vear will be closely examined to
see if more should be established
' mmmSm IBL -. y i ,m
HhSmE Ut)jiJE tH
CLOAK-AND-DAfifiFR With riuronmur ..r
pictured being loaded on a Ruia
tow.,1. "agent" isj 1W7 model Ford. Ide. '& an SiS
same time was a sort of. automotive cloak-and-dagger plot hatcheTby toetati nJSIJ?
and Ford officials at a means of dramatizing the ican Woi.fln
goods available to the average worker in this country. 11
Hall Hinted 'Partner' In Huge
Nickel Deal; May Testify Today
Dr William KirkDatrick. clinic
director, said there were many
reasons why sucn a raciuiy can
be valuable other than the obvious
fart, that it is eheaner than run
ring a regular hospital.
He said the fact that patients
can go home at night makes
them, and their families, more
willing to accept treatment; there
is less stigma attached to aucn
treatment, and the smaller aum
ber of patients gives the staff
more time for individual attention
WASHINGTON, Oct. IT (UP)
nouse investigators today invited
GOP National Chairman Leonard
W. Hall to testify under oath on
any part he may have played
in award of a 43 million dollar
contract at the government's
lUDan nickel plant
The "invitation" was issued by
a House government operations
suocommittee headed by Rep
Jck Brooks (D-Tex). The sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee has been investigating
award of me contract for expan expansion
sion expansion of the Nicaro plant since
August 1955. GOP members have
protested its tactics
Hall, who was not immediatelv
available for comment on the in invitation,
vitation, invitation, previously had denied
clearmg any firm for the contract
Brooks also announced that the
Democratic controlled subcom
mittee had recalled Edmund F.
Mansure, former general services
administrator and Randall Cre
mer, former manager of the
Nicaro expansion project, for fur
tner questioning. Hearings will
Mansure resigned for "personal
reasons" earlier this year while
under subcommittee fire. Repub
licans nave cnarged that the sub
committee ma not conduct a
proper inquiry and did not call
all witnesses necessary to set a
In addition. Brooks said the
subcommittee baa acquired more
than 200 once-secret documents
which "strongly" indicate that
the Nicaro contractors had to
"qualify as political supporters of
toe present administration."
Brooks last month made public
a private memo prepared by
Cramer which told of an inter
view Cremer had with Hall at
GOP headquarters on June 3.
1954. This was before Cremer'sl
was awarded the Nicaro contract
In the memo Cremer said Hall
spoke, to him about "the impor
tance of electing a Republican
congress" in the 1954 elections
He said he told the GOP chair chairman
man chairman it was his company's "fight
too and we expect to continue
our support" of the GOP.
Cremer said Hall "seemed
much pleased" with his assur
ances of support and told him he
had qualified for the contract.
At that time Hall said he had
"never cleared any contractor,
big or small, for work with the
government. Any suggestion that
I did is pure bunk."
In bis statement today, Brooks
". .In all fairness to Mr. Hall,
whose name has been mentioned
frequently in connection .with
these contract negotiations, he is
being invited to appear before the
subcommittee and testify under
oath concerning any part he may
have played in the award of these
prifn in f ho
firm, the Frederick Snare Co., was judged the best.
Proves The Better
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (UP)
A new "plow-plant field of corn
has nroduced a better stand than
a field planted in the conventional
CTb1mi method Plows,
fertilizes, fits and plants in one
operation. The conventional meth
od has five or six operations.
L. E. Skernngton, agricultural
editor of the Rochester Democrat
and Chronicle, said two fields,
side by side, exhibited yields of
corn from each method, and the
and Chronicle, said two fields
side by side,' exhibited yields of
At T Tomorrow
Dr Walker M. Alderton M
give his second lecture en eM
ctstomAnt npnnrete mii hm, WslllAA
ymca tomorrow evening at T:S0
The subject is "The Call And
Career of Amos." Dr. Alderton
speaks not only of the message
and personalities of these great
teachers, but also of the mmes
and settlings on wliich they lived
On the following week, be will
speak on the subject of Hotea
and 'The Everlasting Mercy."
These lectures are tree and a-
pen to the public.
STILL CUTTING UP-J D. Thompson, of Richmond Kan
la 2 years old, but he still eets out thw. Lt h.Zf I Ln"
m. He thinks mebbe he's mi. AM.f..i.s. Tl a
:- .- . . r -oi,.vircu Because ne
, to these d"3rs of mechanized farmin One
concession tthe times is that be drives his car, inatead of his
horses, to the cornfield. He does his own housework and
proud of his eooking-espedaliy his rhubaxbpuT
of price ej
Competing against tome of the toughest motor oils
on the market, Havoline demonstrated its vast supe superiority.
riority. superiority. Havolitie-lubricated engines showed more
power, greater pickup, added gasoline mileage. Inde-1
pendent road tests proved it You can prove it your-
self Come in and change to the best motor oil your
monev can bm-Advanced Custom-Made Havoline.
You'll be mighty glad you did
You're welcome at your
The bottle baby
needn't be a
Robinson's 'Patent Barley
1 added to your baby's formu formula
la formula makes oow's milk easier to
digest leas likely to cause
indigestion and colicky cry
ing. Helps your baby get used
to starchy foods, too, makes
weaning so much easier!
ley mixed with
water is a sooth soothing
ing soothing drink for
I people with
or kidney complaints.
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"PANAMA" TRAVEL AGENCY
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LEAVING: October 27 in "El Pacific" ef "Panagra"
RETURNING: November 6 at 1 :05 a.m.
Telephones: 2-1 655
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WE HAVE LIMITED SEATS
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UUUK Ca-UUUK PKIll VtINNcK bana Club, there is always a door prize. Here, Mrs. S. R. Johnson, chairman of the
Engineers Officers' Wives gives the prize to winner. Mrs. Leslie Gross.
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CNulNtCK meet-CNulNtCK UrrktKj WIVtj jng at the Cabana Club Pavilion of the Hotel El Panama. Shown here are
Mesdames Raymond Hill, S. R. Johnson, J. K. Batchellor, Raymond Banks, E. D. Bashman, Charles Clover, H. R.
Eder, Wallace Utley, C. R. Fish, James Fritz, Wm. Gardner, Donald George, Leslie Gross, David Hathaway, D. L.
Knowl, J. L. Mahoney, Edward Maier, John MeElroy, Dennis Newport, Samuel Ramey, H. G. Ruthe, Jacob Stager,
J. Late, Jack Thompson, R. M. Underwood, C. F. Wines, and Earl-Neilson.
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Tels. 2-2386 2-3265 2-2142
Tivoli Ave. No. 18-20
rnilDTFCY Ck Chief of the us Overseas Mission to Panama, Ralph Will, and officials of Point
LUUKItM LALL Four Agricultural programs are seen paying their respects to the new Minister of
Agriculture, don Victor Navas at his offices in the Ministery. Seated left to right are: Minister Navas, Dr. Ben Benjamin
jamin Benjamin J. Bridsall, Director of SICAP; Dr. Menalco Solis of SICAP; Alfonso Tejeira, Secretary of Agriculture; Cart
Koone, of the University of Arkansas Mission, and Ralp WilL
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John "Aloha" Montayne gets
ready for his huiu dance with
the assistance of Mrs. Gladys
Vehue at the J. Everett Heady
retirement party1. More pic
tures of this party will be
in the Sunday American.
(Photo by Ralph Skinner).
DANCING GIRLS AT Part of the f,oor show at the retirement party which was given for J. Everett Heady
PFTIDFMFNT PARTY 8t tiie Albr0ok fficers' Club Friday night shown dancing the French can can
KCIIKCrtlCm rHKII From left to right Pat Cecrge, Margaret Jansen, Dana Bissell and Bricky Journey.
Photo by Ralph Skinner).
PORTION PFVFPFn Edwa"' "Barny" Barlow fs seen from the Rangitoto decks at the Miraflores Locks
rvrjlivn KCVCKJCU on his last day at work. In the past Barney would have been commentator aboard
th.s New Zealand Shipping Company vessel but hi3 "spieling" days have ended with his recrement.
(Photo by Ralph oKinner)
No. 22-06 Central Ave.
No. 18-60 Tivoli Ave.
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1954
Victoryless JC, AC ll's Tangle At Balboa Tomorrow Night
Picking Winner Tough Job
In Evenly Matched Contest
Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT
The Canal Zone Junior College
will" play host to the Athletic
Club Rams tomorrow night aft
Balboa Stadium. Both teams are
spending all available time pre preparing
paring preparing for the forthcoming
clash. The records of both teams
I so far this season makes predic predic-I
I predic-I tonts as to the outcome almost
Junior College lost their first
game to Cristobal 14-0 and then
lost a heartbreaker to Balboa,
7-6, last week. The Athletic Club
was crushed by Balboa m tneir
lirst try 19-6, but men piayea
Cristobal to a 7-7 tie in their fi final
nal final tally a job for Major Hoople.
However, this column gives a
slight edge to JC due to their
ripnth und t.h fine showine they
made against Balboa in the
clutch situations.- Tne ju win
undoubtedly depend a great deal
on their powerful forward wall.
For with bonecrushers like
Pete Lang, Jim Morris, Dave
Hillard, Dick Rickter, Al Black Black-all,
all, Black-all, and John Schmidt opening
the holes, it makes quarterback
Rayborne's job of picking plays
an easy one. The beef in the JC
line will have to make up for
the lack of same in their fine
bit, light backf ield.
However, coach Brown can
call on a host of fast, shifty,
lightweights such as Joe Cicero,
frank (Peanuts) Smith, Dick
Sealy, and Hubert Jordan and
his hard running fullback Dick
Home. Home could even use a
few more pounds to hit thai
line with. JC also has some ex exceptionally
ceptionally exceptionally fine end material
this year in Chuck Wibel, Bob
Fogel and Ed Irwin, and their
QB shouldn't have too much
trouble finding a home for his
passes. With all of this and Bill'
Military Player Whips 3 Foes
In J WB Table Tennis Tourney
A total of 28 matches featured
the second night of the USO USO-JWB
JWB USO-JWB Table Tennis Tournament.
The tournament got underway
with a capacity audience wilth
the singles playoffs of 22 civil civilian
ian civilian and six military matches.
No upsets have occurred thus
far and all seeded players easily
won their games.
Singles eliminations for both
the armed forces and ithe civil civilians
ians civilians will continue tonight at 7.
The tournament committee
today announced that the men
doubles and the mixed doubles
matches will start Saturday at
Carl Perkins was the big
winner of the night, compelling
in the military bracket, Perkins
whipped three foes. He dispatch dispatched
ed dispatched Edgar Yadgoroff, 21-17, 21 21-17;
17; 21-17; George King, 17-21, 21-14,
21-17; and Alvin Powell, 21-16,
Other military games saw
Renald Belkowitz win a forfeit
game from John Tapry; Paul
Cromwell, an Air Force ace table
Itennlster, drop Belkowltz, 21-8,
21-6; and F X. Anderson beat
Al Schorff, H-21, 21-15, 25-23.
Civilians' results included:
f Juan de la Guardia won two
forfeit games over Eduardo
Hymison and David Campbell;
George cumberbatch won a pair
BAXTER, HAYDEN SCORE IN
EXCITING ROMANTIC DRAMA
A bold love story, forcefully told, keyed to the pitch of
high drama, and with an ending that comes as a shock to
audiences, Is the new screen "THE COME ON," starring
Anne Baxter and Sterling Hayden, and with John Hoyt in
a top supporting role. In their roles, Miss Baxter and Hay Hay-den
den Hay-den are a faseinating pair. Posing as Hoyt's wife, she is
his partner in what mast have been a number of highly
profitable society swindles, with a good touch of blackmail
here and there. She meets Harden, a seafaring soldier of
fortune, on the beach at La Pas, Mexico, and romance biases
immediately. Her love for Hayden, sincere and reciprocated,
brings about a reform, but her past ties are too strong, and
ISaSE? -iSee "THE COMr ON" in Superscape which
OPENS TOMORROW AT THE LUX. AdvC
Coffee, a latecomer to the JC
lineup, the JC eleven will be a
real offensive and defensive
The Athletic Club team get getting
ting getting a late start at practicing
this season has not been idle
though, and has been working
fast and hard to be ready for
Thursday. In the AC lineup are
few names taht are not already
well known in Canal Zone foot football
ball football society.
in their backfield again this
year is Mr. Split T himself Ar Arnold
nold Arnold Manning. Manning will be
pitching out to already wen
known AC backfield stars Carl
Tuttle, Bob Cucalon, and jerry
Dare. The Ac has added more
depth to their backfield this
year with ex-Balboa star Bert
Joyce and a newcomer to Canai
Zone football, Ed Armistead.
Kick off time is 7 p.m.
Probable Starting Lineups
Dyer, c 1
of games, one by forfeit from
Roger Ottey and the other from
Toni Yau, 21-9, 21-11; Antonio
Hall over Norman Eversiey, 21 21-8,
8, 21-8, 21-14; Ted Nightengale over
demerit Ettrick, by forfeit; Earl
Best over Alvin Hamll
15-21, 21-15: Hiram
over R. MeDowell. 21-16.
21-12; Robert Huie over
Jordon, 21-16, 21-17; L. Moreno
over M. Gordon, 21-6, 21-4; Geo.
Grannum over Plinio Ortiz, 21 21-17,
17, 21-17, 21-16; Alfonso Small over Al Alberto
berto Alberto Calvo, 21-13, 21-14; Hans
Neuman over Winfried Stephen Stephenson,
son, Stephenson, 21-13, 17-21, 21-15; V. Samp Sampson
son Sampson over Eniqrue Chial, 23-21,
21-19; Ramon Ramirez over
German Castillo, 23-21, 21-17;
Humberto McKall over R. Na Na-varette,
varette, Na-varette, 21-19, 21-13; John Brac Brac-klns
klns Brac-klns over Anthony Huie, 21-16,
21-16; A. Iglesias over Luis Sa Sa-yavedra,
yavedra, Sa-yavedra, 21-12, 21-16: Anltonio
Austin over Tomas Chu 11-21,
zi-ie, 2i-i7; Kenneth Bianchet
over Tony Lopez. 21-12, 21-10;
and Wiuiried Griffith over Al
bert cabredo, 18-21, 21-17, 21-15.
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Society uses a cross-section of a
walnut tree to record its annual
meetings. Meetings have been in
scribed since 1884, including the
site, date and retiring president
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MEETS WITH HIS APPROVAL -Ann Jewett shows a National Horse Show poster to Shan- i
i non Grove, one of six Irish Army horses m New York to compete against the United States.
Canada, Mexico and Chile in international jumping at Madison Souare Garden, Oct 30-Nov. 6.
Atlantic Little League Holds
Margarita Tryouts Saturday
The annual tryouts for posi positions
tions positions on the Atlantic Little
League baseball teams will be
held Saturday morning, Oct. 20,
at 9 a.m. at the Liitle League
Stadium in Margarita. In the
event of rain, the program will
be moved up to Monday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, Oct. 22, at 4:30.
All boys between the ages of
8 and 12, who are enrolled ;n
the Atlantic side U.S. rate
schools are eligible to com compete
pete compete for positions on the
league's six teams..
Boys wishing to take part in
IXtle League baseball should
brine to the tryouts, an official
application which has been filled
out and signed by both parents.
This regulation is important, for
without a completed application,
a boy is not eligible to take part
in the tryouts.
These application forms may
be obtained at the U.S. raite ele
mentary schools In Margarita.
Gattin and Cristobal and at Cris
tobal Junior High School. They
also may be had at the Marga Margarita,
rita, Margarita, Gaitun and Cristobal gym gymnasiums.
On arriving at the ball field
for the tryouts, the aspiring
IffltfTLeaguers are requested
to report to Capt. Norman R.
Hutchinson, the league's nlav-
er agent, who will accept the
appl cation and assign the boy
to his age group for the ses session.
sion. session. The young players are asked
to bring a baseball glove to the
workout. The youngsters will be
battlinir for a rernrri nnmhor nf
openings, for in addition to last
year's twelve-year-old boys, who
have been graduated from the
leaeue. manv of the loss vnmn.
er players have legit the area
ana win not be available for
1957 Little League play.
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bagged $381,386 worth of fur fur-bearing
bearing fur-bearing animals during the 1955-
E ,1 1.
uv scasuii, uie state conservation
commission rennrteH The nlt
harvest amounted to 207.921
skins, with raccoon pelts leading
with a record of 121,000 pelts
marxeiea. Beaver estches
with 3,132 reported, compared to
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,u me previous year.
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Are Bulldogs Overrated
For This Grid Season?
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Have the Balboa Bulldogs been
an overrated fooLball team this
year? Or was their game last
Friday against the Junior Col College
lege College just an off night?
These questions can only be
settled this Friday night alt the
Balboa Stadium when the CHS
footballers come avisiting for
their game against the Bull Bulldogs.
dogs. Bulldogs. This is the first full game
meeting of these two teams this
season, and the leadership of
the league will be at stake. It is
almost a winner lake all situa situation,
tion, situation, for whosoever wins this one
will have a great edge In the
race for the interscholastic ti title
tle title of 1956. Kickoff time is 7
To get back tto the Bulldogs
for a few momenta. For two
quarter of the Jamboree the
red arm white clad warriors
looked good. These were against
CHS and JC. From that time
on, however, they have been
rapidly slipping, in their third
quarter of the big affair, against
AC, the Bulldogs looked not so
sharp. Next week in a full game
against the Rams they looked
just about the same. They were
able Ito generate offensive power
as evidenced by their 19 points,
but they didn't look sharp and
crisp like they did in the early
part of the Jamboree.
Then last week against a Jun Junior
ior Junior College team that has im improved
proved improved so much it hardly looks
like the same club that played
in the Jamboree, the Bulldogs
were extremely ineffective. Now
they have the "biggie" coming
up with their greatest rivals, the
By the showing of the two
teams to date the Tigers must
be given a slight edge for Fri Friday's
day's Friday's game. They have looked
better each time out while the
reverse is true of their oppo opponents
nents opponents this week. It will be en entirely
tirely entirely up to the Bulldogs to show
whether they actually deserved
the favorites role they were giv given
en given at the first of the season.
An impression that has been
circulated concerning the Bull Bulldogs
dogs Bulldogs is that they have an Inex Inexhaustible
haustible Inexhaustible bench. It is great sport
to conjecture so here goes more
of it. using the substituting of
the BHS coaches as the basis for
determining depth, it becomes
obvious that they don't feel they
Take the tackle positions as
an example. Five boys have seen
action thus far in this position,
and one of these, Gene Burch
has only been in for part of
three quarters. This leaves Dave
Tate and Bob Wills with most of
(the playing time as Bob Fearon
has been dividing his time be
Showing At Your Service
BALBOA 6:15 8:05
Also snowing Wua-jsday!
PARAISO 6:15 7:48 LA BOCA 7:68
"THE RAID" "TARGET ZERO
SANTA CRUZ 8:15 8:35
"Thunder In The Pines"
tween guard and tackle. George
Kirkland then is the only re
serve tackle with any playing
time worthy of mention.
The story is Just about the
same at any of the line posi positions
tions positions At. renter Mik Nanier has
played better than 90 per cent
M II.. ,L1 1 1 1 f 41.. A..ft.l0
OI uie kiiiie, wniie at uic juoiuo
l.hpre is Kn Morris and Rocer
Million in addition to Fearon.
Larry Slegel and Jack Winklos Winklos-ky
ky Winklos-ky have been the ends who have
played the most, but Chuck
Douglas has played eight quar
ters or aeiensive nan in uie last
two games. It would appear then
that the Rnlldops have three
tackles, three guards, three
ends, ana one center u me a a-mount,
mount, a-mount, nf nlavino- time is anv
criteria, and It would be hard to
find a hptter one This, hv most
standards, couia naraiy oe con considered
sidered considered depth in the front line.
Any" team that the Bulldogs will
play this year can match this,
and some probably surpass it.
One edge that the Bulldogs do
have over the Tigers is in the
weight department. How much
'this will mean Friday night is
problematical under the circum circumstances.
stances. circumstances. Cristobal can smell
their first football title since the
inception of the sport in 1949.
They did share one with the
Bulldogs in 1951. It is felt that
this concerted effort to win the
championship will act as a
strong factor in favor of the
Center Theatres Tonight
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
o Peggie Castle
"Quincannon, Frontier Scant"
Thnrs. "Heat Wave"
Fri. "Quincannon, Frontier
MARGARITA 6:15 8:00
"WORLD OF NEWS' NEWS'-Thnrs.
Thnrs. NEWS'-Thnrs. "A Guy Named Joe"
o Shelley Winters
o Peggy Cummings
"CASH ON DELIVERY"
Thnrs. "Joe MacBeth"
CAMP BIERD 6:15 8:35
"THE D ALTON GANG"
Gil Morland, playing with
Jimmy Raymond, Herb Tole Tole-dano,
dano, Tole-dano, Clifford Madnro and Dr.
Ray DeBoyr e at the Brazos
Brook Country Club yesterday
afternoon, holed out his tee
shot at the 162 yard 17th hole.
He used a four iron and
this once-in-a-lifetime shot
earned him 12 doaen Penfold
golf balls which is a standing
offer made by Capt. C. B. Fen Fen-ton,
ton, Fen-ton, honorary life member at
Brazos Brook, to any member
scoring an ace and using a
Penfold ball in the effort.
M or land's shot was not the
only unusual feature of the
round as Toledano, using a six
iron, holed out hi's second shot
at the par four 14th hole.
Tigers In 57
nimjrtTT net. 17 (UP)
The Detroit Tigers today eievai-
ed Jack Tighe from coacn w
manager for the 1957 season
and announced his coaches
would be Willis Hudlin, Don
Lund, and Billy Hitchcock.
The official announcement
came at a morning press confer conference
ence conference at Briggs Stadium but it
had been Known for several
ndulr. that tho npuj nwnprs Of
I the Tigers leaned toward the
former minor league naicner tor
the managerial job. Tigne never
reached the majors, but was al al-wavs
wavs al-wavs regarded as an outstand
ing leader. He broke into minor
league baseball as a catcher
with Charleston of the Middle
Atlantic lieaeup and four years
later, at the age of 2V became
player-manager at MUSKegon in
the Michigan state League.
The Tigerff finished the 1956
season with only two coaches,
Tighe and Hitchcock. Joe Gor Gordon
don Gordon resigned ab mid-season
when bids were being taken on
the Tigers and rumors of a
switch in managers prevailed.
Tho Atlantic Twilight Baseball
Ltaguo, reorganizing with the
"now look" for 1958, will hold
their second pro-season moating
at tho Margarita Clubhouse to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night at 7 o'clock.
Thus far two Navy ttams have
applied for admission into tba
League to match strides with
tho old stand-bys, Cristobal High
and Powells, defending cham champion
pion champion of 1955.
The possibility to purchasing
a franchise Into the league has
not yet boon closed. All interest interested
ed interested parties, including players or
fans, are invited to attend the
mooting. H any Information is
desired prior to tho meeting, call
Trover Simons at 3-2530 or 3 3-1833.
1833. 3-1833. Panama Volleyball
Panama's champion volleyers
last night spiked an unbeaten
record of the Latin American
students from Albrook Air Force
3ase by taking a two-out-of-
tnree sets lo-iz ana ia-ii.
The second game of the series
between the two teams will be
held next Wednesday at the
Santo Domingo sports club in
Panama Game time will be 7
Another o-ame will feature all-
stars from Paraiso against all all-stars
stars all-stars from the Borgos club, pa paraiso
raiso paraiso last night forfeited to the
tvkjTA The Felix B. Maduro
store and the local Gillete Com Company
pany Company sponsored a novel contest
in fnnnertinn with the recent
World Series baseball games.
Entries in the contest were
asked to supply the answers to
eight questions concerning the
winners or tne series, tsacn cor correct
rect correct answer was worth five,
At the end of the contest 51
contestants who scored the
highest points were awarded
the following prizes.
First Prise: A baseball auto autographed
graphed autographed by the players of one
of the World Series Competitors.
A Gold Paper Mate Capri pen
with a "2 in 1" refill.
A "Gillete Diplomat" deluxe
TRAP SHOOT WINNER H. T. Leisy, winner, Savage Arms
Handicap Trap Shoot held at the Balboa Gun Club Sunday,
receiving a "Fox" double-barrel shotgun from Frank Steinsr
of Martin, S. A., local representatives of Savage Arms
By TREVOR SIMONS
The Cristobal Tiger's hopes of
a 1956 football championship,
built high on Balboa's recent
poor showing against Junior
College, received a severe kick in
the teeth last Monday evenine.
Milton Grover, star itackle and
Cristobal's bulwark of defense
and offense suffered a badly dis
located shoulder in a mishan in
the dressing room after practice
and the verdict was eight weeks
in a sling and no more football
for the season.
The blow is one that will" be
felt by all the Tigers, for this
youthful 16-year-old senior had
just come into his own and fig figured
ured figured prominently in coach Pa Pa-lumbo's
lumbo's Pa-lumbo's plans for the '56 season.
In one of Cristobal's lightest
teams in many years, Grover
was one of the few heavy boys
with whom Cristobal expected
to stem the tide of any Balboa
drive for another championship.
Even more far-reaching than
the physical effect that Grover's
loss will have on the team, is
the moral blow it will have on
a team that had been slow
building up confidence against
the powerful Bulldog aggreea-
The all-important role of
leadership m spurring the Ti
gers on to new aggressiveness
now falls squarely on the shoul
ders oi anotner senior, center
Barry Davison always a predom predominant
inant predominant figure since he took over
first string this year, has been
a hard worker despite the fact
that he already has his position
The Tiger's 210-pound sopho
more, Russ Favorite, will un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly be called upon to fill
the vacated tackle spot left open
by the injury to Grover. And
look for a pair of lightweights,
Mike Brians and Jeff Slaughter
to do some plugging of their own.
Kenny Stone, already slated for
plenty or action tnis year win
now be doing full time duty.
These will be the mainstays on
the line who will be called upon
to rally the rest of the Tigers to together
gether together and attempt to offset the
loss of one of their most impor
On a staff manned knee deep
In reserve power, the loss of one
player might not be considered
too important. But Grover's loss
will also mean that the back back-field
field back-field might not have as mucli
time as heretofore for getting
plays moving or passes off into
the air to their intended recelv-
First 25 approximations:
A Paper Mate Pen with a "2
In 1" refill.
A Gillete baseball Encyclo
second 25 approximations:
An 8 x 10 photo of a baseball
Tho winnpr nf tho first nrize
was Jaime Alfonso Pelaez who
had 6 correct answers.
The winners of the first a
Rpniamin Ofttar. Hubert Re-
mee, Leroy Talbot, Teofila Ver-
gara, Manuel Guardia, Eric Ar Ar-ce,
ce, Ar-ce, Clarence Marquez. Jr., Julio
Vacnii7! Rii-nrrin A dft Iraza.
Omar R. Correa, Anel Castillo,
Otto M. Lemars, Agustin uorrea,
rionrae Tnnls .Tnrre T. Aleman.
iMuriel Hanson, Vlcal Pombe,
I er. Fortunately the Tigers do
I not find themselves on the short
end of speed in the backfield,
but there again their under underweight
weight underweight backfield will relay on
some good blocking and the
opening of holes for their plays
to go off as planned.
The best guess as to Cristo Cristobal's
bal's Cristobal's backfield is that David
Hawthorne will be calling the
plays at quarterback. Billy Ran Rankin,
kin, Rankin, Robert Lowe and Ray croft
will alternate at halfs and La La-moin
moin La-moin werleln will be t full fullback.
back. fullback. Thte combttlaition can
make or break the Tigers when
they meet Balboa oil their home
grounds this Friday night and
on their performance against
the background of the loss of
Milton Grover, will decide
whether or not they are able to
come back off the canvas for a
good crack at the arch rivals.
Ed Stanley Down
But May Bounce
Back To Majors
FAIRHOPE, Ala., Oct. 17 (UP)
Eddie Stanky is down today
but don't be surprised if he
bounces right back up into the
major leagues. i
The fiery stanky was still
"shocked" over the New York
Giants' action of dropping him
as manager of their Minneapolis
farm club in the American Asso Association
ciation Association but admitted he already
"has received two managerial
offers." Stanky refused to say
who made the offers but he
hinted that at least one was
from a big league team.
"They're managerial offers
the former pilot of the St. Louis
Cardinals said. "Let's just say I
have a couple of offers from or organizations.
ganizations. organizations. That's all I feel fret
to say at this time."
Stanky made no effort to hide
his shock over yesterday's action
altifough he insisted he bore no
grudge against the Giants' own owner,
er, owner, Horace Stoneham, or mana manager
ger manager Bill Rigney. stanky had been
fed to believe he would return
.o the Polo Grounds as a coach
next season but the plan appar appar-etnly
etnly appar-etnly was ditched by Rigney at
the last moment.
Salvador Arguelles. Paz R. Uli Uli-ses,
ses, Uli-ses, Luis E. Perez. Efrain Ca Cadet
det Cadet Petterson, Marcela Caballe Caballe-ro,
ro, Caballe-ro, Alices Pineda, Rodolfo Arm Armstrong,
strong, Armstrong, and Papl Odemy.
The winners of the second 25
Sofia Allonca, Roberto Vargas.
Pablo Dobby Gonzalez, James
Reece, Ellgio Alcibiades Sanchez,
Damian Mancillo. Juan J. Cha Chavez,
vez, Chavez, Abigail Rlquelme, Mavis
Griffith, Kivira tserenwooo. Sal Salvador
vador Salvador Arguello, Abelardo Car Car-les,
les, Car-les, Abraham Cohen, Alberto Ra Ra-veneau,
veneau, Ra-veneau, Constantino Nieto, Car Carlos
los Carlos E. Medina, Rodrigo A. Ca
min EVanklin Trasa Rrrtrien R
Perez, Jr., Asfa Caballero. Car
los Hamilton, uus uonzaiex,
Ana Isabel de Duque, Francisco
Aredidio. Francisco Bonilla.
PAG I NINI
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER ft 1956
Don Mathieson Wins Canadian Club Tournament
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DOUBLE -TEAMED Penn State Halfback Andy Moconyi had picked up 10 fards when
stopped by Dick Stephenson's shoulder block and the helo of Mike Morales, but the gain
against Army at West Point was nullified because of holding. The Nittany Lions' Doug Mech Mech-ling
ling Mech-ling moved in on the play. A 14-7 victory 'in a rousing battle prepared Cadets for Michiean.
Strange Feeling Of Resentment
Exists Against Champ Yankees
NEW YORK (UP) One of the
strangest results M we wo
Series is the almost national feel feeling
ing feeling of resentment againstt he New
York Yankees for being such per perennial
ennial perennial winners.
I'm tired of seeing those
Yankees win," goes the typical re remark
mark remark "It's downright monotonous
and I'd like; to see it spread
around a bit."
It is a feeling which, instead,
should be directed at the constant
''toaS" fairness to the Yankees,
and at the risk of appearing a lo local
cal local partisan, their success is welt
" 1j -j .tiv itup Their se-
cret is balance in building plans
and a refusal Y sianu pk.
n.h.r oinhs such as the Boston
Red So, haye, spent more money
in trying to ouua a uyimsij.
were simply dolby foolish.
Sm Stand Pat
Still others, such as the Clevej
land Indians, have foolishly Mood
pat on, a winning hand which
never matured and never fig
ured to pay" off consistently.
x-v v av the Yankees
eperate and you get the answerl
When they moe meir ."."
en ior um"s"6
Casey Stengel from the Cost
League, ne nas omy wu
world championships and seven
pennants in eight years.
Too many clubs take on man managers
agers managers who have been fired by an an-iccaticfiii
iccaticfiii an-iccaticfiii rlub. Too seldom
do you see a new managerial face
come up rrorn we juuiuib
k.. hun nrnvpri. bv such as Eddie
Dyer and Walt Alston, thit there
is plenty or eager Miciij
in the 'bushes" instead of using
tired, shopworn major league mas masterminds.
It waa heartening to see the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Cubs, after the worst finish
in their history, clean house by ac accenting
centing accenting the "resignations" of
MTsrs. Jim Gallagher Wid Mat Matthews
thews Matthews and Stan Hack. Not that
there is any personal animosity or
adverse feeling in this corner for
those gentlemen named.
It's simply that, if baseball is
ever going to catch up to the
Yankees, it's going to have to get
rid of the gu s who have found a
leisurely berth with a fat pay paycheck.
check. paycheck. Progressiveness AdmiraM
Knock the Yankees all you de desire,
sire, desire, but you also have to admire
their progressiveness. Yon can
count on one hand the men they
have today who were there or even
in the system when Stengel ar arrived.
rived. arrived. Stengel was asked during the
Series what he would have done if
Johnny Kucks and Tom Sturdivant
hadn't come up this season.
Why," he said, "We'd have
come up with two other nitchers."
There's your answer. The Yanks
ilnwn on the farm, aren't iust
grooming a few pitchers became)
they are snort of piicning or a iew
hitters because they need power,
Thev'r nnlishint? i whole set of
1 l ..J U iUn.,'
repiacciucura mu men mcj
giye 'em a chance when they re
So the stand patters groust
and growl and the basebalN
fans are short changed. But
don't blame it on the Yankees. It
wouki be nice to see somebody
else win for a while, but let 'em
1 7.W TODAY V.-OT
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PICTURE WITH PULL
Donna Reed in
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I GIANNA MARIA CANALE
Renato Bahlini Irene Papas
COFFIN CORNER. . (That's where the Bums wound np.)
This department goes along with Carl Hubbell. (Certainly we
know it's the football season. You must think we're a dope, or
something. Shhhhhh! Not so loud ). . Anyway, the Giants'
old meal ticket thinks the Brooks' manager pulled a skull in not
starting Clem Labine In the third game of the Series. . "When
you've got a team down, that'a the time to pile it on," he Insists,
clearly a man of compassion. The Yanks were two down at the
time, and Ford was pitching out of turn.
UNBALANCED LINE. . That's football line. . (That's foot football
ball football Stengelese) when Alston finally got around to starting
Labine the young man turned in a shutout for him, and in the
Snake Pit of all places. Stengel made, the same mistake last
year, holding his high cards back after raking in the first two
pots. A manager who's three down can no longer play book
baseball; he must take a long shot, desperation gambles and un unless
less unless someone Up There likes him the percentage la bound to
grind him down.
BELLY SERIES. . The temperamentally high-strurtg mus muscle
cle muscle man is seldom a reliable bet in a sports crisis, and whether
he has, or haarit, adequate displacement of stomach, or bot bottom,
tom, bottom, as the British call it, has very little to do with the mat matter.
ter. matter. For that reason I think it was foolish to start Newcombe
a second time in the Series. . especially with Berra still on
the prowl. Instead of helping the big guy, Alston may have
loused him up for keeps.
Regardless of the cause, the 225-pounder's clutch record is
not complimentary, and if Alston sincerely believed Newcombe
could handle a Yankee lineup, addicted to fast-ball pitching. .
and in the biggest pressure-cooker game of the year, besides. .
let it be said that very few other baseball people shared his
SIGNALS OFF. . (OK, put 'em back if that's the way you
feel about it.) Big Newk Is a baseball reprint of Jack Sharkey,
a heavyweight who fought out of Boston in the early '20s, and
late '30s. A real good fighter in point of equipment, and game
enough, too, but emotionally unstable. Like the Brooks' pitcher
he was sensitive to criticism (as who isn't, really?) and much
given to sulks and bleak moods, and had a waspish tendency
to blame others for his own shortcomings. If Sharkey had
spent less time fondling a persecution complex, and more in
growing up, he might have become one of our better champions.
Nobody ever gets to be champion of anything by feeling sorry
for himself and protesting the public and the press don't under understand
stand understand him.
MAN IN MOTION. . (Now if I knew where the character
was going, you know I'd tell you.) As oromtsory notes on World
Series performances, the season's averages are almost invariably
Junior Gilliam was the Brooks' only .300 hitter going Into
the classic. For 153 games his average was an even .300. For
the seven Series games he was .083. Sandy Amoros was even
worse, one measly hit in six games for .053, against a season's
norm of .260. r V
Gil McDougald was the Yanks most conspicuous deep deep-sea
sea deep-sea diver, plunging from a season's .311 to a Series' .143. Scoop
Mantle skidded from .333 to .250, yet had his best Series ever
in homers with three. Yogi soared from .289 to .30 and was
incontestably the star of the Series. s
A great, big living doll, and we like him Berra, Berra much.
Get a load of his last three Series totals: .428, .417, .360. It'
a wonder he hasn't driven more pitchers to tears.
NAKED REVERSE. . (Keep it clean, Mac. This ain't no
smut mag you're writing for.) Left-rlghty, the Siamese twins
of managerial strategy, showed us as usual. As it turned out,
they shudda ttood in bed. Alston used them four times, Stengel
three. Net result: oh for eight. In fact, pinch hitters general generally,
ly, generally, were handcuffed in the Series, and my reflection Is that
only one, Cerv of the Yanks came through with a hit. Mitchell
and Jackson of the Brooks combined seven tries for a smashing
.000. And by the way, what became of all those experts who
said the Brooks were going to win by 20 when they got Jack Jackson
son Jackson from the Cubs last winter?
QUARTERBACK SNEAK. . (And yet they try to tell you
football build:, character.) Right-hand pitching was restored to
respectability. Only one of the seven Series victories was ac accounted
counted accounted for by a. left-hander. (Ford won in the Stadium after
getting clobbered In Ebbets Field.) Last yea the pitching story
waa just the reverse. Lefties not only won five of the seven
but pitched four complete games, only complete ones recorded
in the Series. One of the '55 heroes the Yanks' Tommy. Byrne,
saw action for only a third of an Inning this time, and-along
with County Slaughter another venerable, is on the way out. I
Who wants Slippery Rock and 11 points?
Don Malihisson, playing steady
golf, turned in the lowest, gross
score in the Canadian Chib W
hole medal play tournament re recently
cently recently completed at the Brazos
Brook Country Club.
His aggregate of 300 earned
him the first prize which con consisted
sisted consisted of a sterling silver' tray
and one dozen drinking glasses.
Stirewalt spreadeagled the
field in that section of the- tour tournament
nament tournament which permitted the
players to use their handicap al allowance.
lowance. allowance. His low net score of 282
was 12 strokes lower than his
closest competitor who was Eder
with a low net of 284 for the 72 72-hole
hole 72-hole grind.
The full lislt of prise winners
Mathieson, low gross 300, sil silver
ver silver tray and one dozen glasses.
Stirewalt, low net 282, six- bot bottles
tles bottles of Canadian Club Whisky.
Eder, 2nd low net 294", five
bottles of Canadian Club.
Dr. Papio, 296, four bottles.
Mathieson, 297, three; bottles.
Richmond, 298, two bottles.
Compton, 3D1, one bottle.
Roth, 302, one bottle.
Toledano. 302, one bottle.
Gump, 303, one bottle
Whitney, 303. on. bottle,
Lewis, 303, one bottle.
VrrrUtrr,v, l.mltai,. TT.,li
qulst, Kenwaly and Hamlin re received
ceived received spot prizes of one bottle
Life Or Death
CAMDEN, N.J.. Oct. IT (UP)-
Swaps, whose fighting heart car
ried mm to fame and riches
the race track, today faced t h e
biggest test of his fabulous career
a life or death struggle in a stall
at Garden state rait.
The 1SS Kentucky Derby win winner,
ner, winner, a regular odds-on favorite
at the post, was confronted with
the longest odds of his carter in
his battle against a log fracture
which could result in his de destruction.
struction. destruction. "It's loo-to-1 against him,'' Dr
William Miller, track veterinarian
said "He 11 be a miracle horse if
he pulls through."
The only hopeful report was is
sued by trainer M. H. Teoiiey,
who said early this morning that
Swaps "is better than he was bun
"His temperature is normal, his
eyes are bright and he eats and
sleeps as any horse would under
u.aL i An. Tanrtai; ifl
A team of four tap veterina veterinarians
rians veterinarians fought to five the fractur fractured
ed fractured left hind leg of the million million-dollar
dollar million-dollar thoroughbred in an a-round-the-clock
vigil but feared
he might not escape death.
Tt, "vet" nlared a new and
specially-designed cast on Swaps
after the fourth highest money money-wiihier
wiihier money-wiihier in American racing nisto-
- hrnk ihm nlri rait last Sundav.
aggravating a five-day-old slight
fracture of the leg below the tnec.
CAP I TOLIO
- Also: -DAY
MAN IN THE
NO OTHER LIKE IT.
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- Also: -LAST
TIME I SAW
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- Also :
Browns, Without Graham, Are United Hafions Day
' Basketball Till Next
SHU Club To Beat For Fro Swag
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CLEVELAND tNEA) -Meat-ben
of the anti-Paul Brown fac faction
tion faction and you'd be surprised at
the lize of this army are saying
that, for the first time since he
left Great Lakes and took charge
of the Cleveland club, he will be
forced to act like a coach this sea season.
son. season. "His teams have only been es
good as Otto Graham," they say.
"And Otto has been great."
There is no question as to Gra Graham's
ham's Graham's value to the Browns. The
coach would willingly admit
that the four All-America Con
ference championships and the
six straight National Football
League division crowns won by
Cleveland would not have been
possible but for the quarterback.
But to, say that the Browns
would have been a flop without
Otto is not only unkind, but un
true. Part of Otto's greatness
can be traced to his association
with great clubs clubs put to together
gether together by Brown.
Brown, perhaps more than any
other pro coach, has been cred
ited with opening up professional
football with his emphasis on
passing. Yet a study of the rec
ords shows that he has backed
up his pasmc game with a run
ning attack that balanced thing
The Browns gained 3.970 total
Wednesday In Colon
The annual i n ted Nations
Day basketball came to be
played next Wednesday will
feature the Latin American
stUdetna of the USARCAR1H
School at Fort Gulick and the
Colon Guaracherps. The gam
will be played, in the Claudia
Low gym at Abel Bravo Col College
lege College in Colon.
AH proceeds will go to tha
Colon Chapter of the Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian Red Cross.
There will be a ten-cent ad admission
mission admission price. And music will
be supplied by th, 0th Army
On The Alleys.
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BALBOA MEN'S LEAGUE
4 -' -;. -j t
ts Won Lost
Lobos 25 7
H. R: Knapp ....... 17 15
Splits i 16', l.V,
Pantners U 17U
Vespa 12 20
Ebonites 11 21
. 155. 170
. 169 159
. 155 157
659 844 713 2019"
H. R. Knapp
Schneider . 148 158 163 470
Pilets k y . 151 138. 160 (49
Wickham . 158 152 142 452
Turner ... 155 132 168 405
613 580 633 1826
Klumpp ... 125 190 133 448
LaBeau ... 166 lift 143 4!i c.
Walker ... 145 207 137 43.4
Luttenberger 184 172 181 517
OUT OF DOORS
yards in 12 championship games
last year 2,020 rushing and
1,950 passing. This doesn'i
sound like that complete de dependence
pendence dependence on one player or the
lack of good coaching.
A collapse for Cleveland, simi similar
lar similar lo the one that shocked De Detroit
troit Detroit last year, was predicted for
the 1956 Graham-less Brown;.
This is almost impossible to believe
The only basic difference be-;
tween last year's club and the
bison-sized outfit which operates
this fall is Graham As impor important
tant important as the quarterback may be
tn mrwiafrtn font nail thn aKtrtnn
of orte player no matter !, Lenman
gend can hardly turn a champ Deveau
into a chump in one shot. IBarbee
If George Rattorman and Babe
Parmi. who are Browns quar-
. 187 158
. 145 189
. 157 163
. 132 130
621 820 711 1952
. 161 186
. 125 141
. 141 181
. 157 158
. 134 217
. 127 182
. 149 145
Along The Fairways
GOLF NEWS FROM THE
By wMO" -
A medal play tournament with
handicap was played last
Lew Grass Ethel Perantie
First lew net Rath Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln 72.
Lew Putts Gladys Wiley.
There was a tie for second low
net between Irene Robinson and
The first matches of the La Ladies'
dies' Ladies' Club Championship Tour Tournament
nament Tournament have been completed:
Champ' onship Flight
Bishop over Perantie
Dilfer over Knuth
Hughes over Hopson
Robinson over Fish
Atkieson over Longmore
Shilling over Waring
Wright over Morris
Sewell over Clark
Nelsen over Berger
Williams over Batchellor
Hennon over Wiley
Muliarkey over bve.
Matches for this week will
have to be played on or before
Sunday, October 21
By WARREN PAGE
i ''" v m
Th! rnrrpsnnnrlpnt flets SO mad
he could chew nails and spit lacks
whenever he reads the maunder-'
lags of one brand of nature-!bver
the well-meaning but ignorant
character who dep.ores the onja onja-ing
ing onja-ing of hunting seasons on antler antler-less
less antler-less deer in order to trim an over overgrown
grown overgrown herd.
That wail comes every fall, as
regularly as'the first snow. The
noble-minded lover of all things
natural breaks into print con-
demnmg the blooay-minaca game;
Homrtmml for nprmittinc the
killing of does, fawns, and drop-!
ped-born bucks, blasting the hunt-j
er as a butcher who loads rus car
with iuvpnlle deer. Yet he and
this ilk are the greatest deer-mur
derers of all.
witn the carefuUV scieniinc,
survey made by Michigan's
game department last year. The
kill iegaBy taken by hunters dur-.
ing the open season grossed 73,-
600 animals. But the die-off as a
result of winter starvation, a few.
accidents and dog Kins loianea
terbacks this season, deliver with
only average success, the Cleve
land club must be rated a con
For the big white-shirted line
men still move as quickly and
knowingly as ever. The defenses
... ItllCIUU li..-,U lJ VIUWH, HIT
go oy me starvation route? ine mM SUpposedlv on a spot,
fawns and smaller does, the young t0 ,M impregnable as
mi. uaucivauumtu uuu nuiucis ana tnat strong runnuig game
are called butcners when they sug-,ylii is present in ehampionshB)
fjest the wisdom o snooting tnem dosi-s
as edib.'e meat. J Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and
The short-legged ,fawn and the' the Chicago Cardinals-who de de-yearling
yearling de-yearling doe simply cannot reach rc atec'' the Browns in the season
high enough to get, at the browse opener all lost more games fhap
trimmed back by more mature! they won 1st season.
They may be stronger', but it
is questionable n" the' over-ail
siength. the thing neeled to, r top
Cleveland, can be found. W a s.h-
infiton and the New York Giants
were the, winning ciubs in tne
division last season. The Red-
shins took eight of 12, the Giants'
five of their last seven.
Slopped In 2nd
telj Billy Lynch
animals.' So, the very deer the noA
-t : I I i 1 1 : 1 1
Qie-minaeu wuuiq pruieci aic Kill Killed
ed Killed and utterly wasted by kind kindness,
ness, kindness, by emotional unwisdom.
The winter kill on browsing ani animals
mals animals is not the result ot .extreme
cold and only partly the result df
abnormally deep snow-fall.. Pri Primarily
marily Primarily it is the result of simple
starvation, which may. in tnr n,
lower vitality to the point where
cold and heavy, going contribute to
the venison waste. i
And why do deer starve? Be Because
cause Because there is not enough browse
or, conversely, there are too many
deer for the available feed. I
have sfieen this situation in at least
two of the' bucks-only states. The
deer woods had been completely
trimmed of feed in a distinct line
between the winter snow depth
and the height to which a hurfgry
deer can stretch its muzzle, just
as if an army of gardeners had
gone through with hedge shears.
i And which animals are first to
To LA To Discuss
WASHINGTON, Oct. 17 (UP)
Calvin Griffl'.h, president of
the Washington Senators, has
been invited to a meeting with
Los Angeles couhty supervisors
to discuss the possibility of
shiftingjbhe American League
Griffith received the invita invitation
tion invitation yesterdaj from a group
headed by supervisor Kenneth
Hahn, who met with him dur during
ing during the World Series. Hahn also
discussed the proposal with Wal Walter
ter Walter O'Malley, president of the
National League cha m p i o n
As part of the move, Los An Angeles
geles Angeles city fathers are offering to
build an $ll-ml!lton stadium.
Griffith recently stated he
had no intension of switching
the chronic-second-division Sen
ators to another city and Presi-
aent usemiuwcr saia i a
conference he was "agin" the
idea. The senators have been
the American League's poorest
drawinc 'leam for the Inst two
I years and heven't won a pen?
HERTFORD, Conn., Oct. 17--(UP)
- Billy Lynch ef Hart Hartford,
ford, Hartford, Conn, knocked down Fede Federico
rico Federico Plummer of Panama City
three times last night to score
technical knockout at one min
ute ef the second round in the
bout at Foot Guard Hall.
Lynch weighed 143 pound m
and Plummer 3tVt for the bout"
Which 7f paid $1,60J0 t see.
Losing to the Cardinal!, t h e
Browns looked terrible. But
they always have been a slow slow-smarting
smarting slow-smarting team. The champion championship
ship championship season is 12 games long.
brown installed a radio re
ceiver in Ratterman s neimet so
plays can 4)e relayed easily.. That
means he nas usea up one more
trick. But there are almost cer-
taitily more to come.
Graham may be retired, but
the Browns utill have one big
thing going for them a coach byti
the name of Paul Brown. 1
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ATHENS, Oct. 17 (UP) -King
Paul, yielding to complaints about
royal extravagance and "influence
peddling at court, announced to
day he is closing his palace and
trimming nis official staff.
A communique said the paTace
will not be replaced. The resig-
ces wnere me 'royal cabinet
conducts its busipess.
It announced also that four sen
ior palace officials who have re
signed including one who had
oeen accused of using ms position
to further his business connections
will ot be replaced. The resig-
nauons reduce tne numoer oi we
King's chief aides to 10.
The economy measures appar
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tests when Parliament voted the
King a 54 per cent raise last
week, increasing his annual pay
Opposition politicians and the
anti-government press have been
asking pointed questions about
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items as Queen Frederika's Paris
wardrobe and the yachting parties
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2 mahogany bookshelves 57"x 57"x-44".
44". 57"x-44". 119 Ridge Road, Ancon.
From 5:30 phone Balboa 3381.
FOR SALE: Rattan furniture,
teak desk and chair, teak silver
cabinet, chow bench, nest tables,
lamp, 25-cycle fan, 2 radies,
Venetian blinds, small tables,
pictures, kitchen utensils, mis miscellaneous
cellaneous miscellaneous dishes and glass,
bathroom fixtures and other mis miscellaneous
cellaneous miscellaneous itemi. Leaving. Must
aall House 1 3 45-A 15th N.D,
Phone Balboa 3000.
FOR SALE: Dining roam table
and 4 chairs $50; day bed $50;
4 Rattan chairs $28. House 9-B,
Braxos Heights. Phone Cristobal
FOR SALE: Dressing table,
double bad with mattress, rack rack-art,
art, rack-art, dresser, tablet and lots in
Arraijan. Can see: Houia 754 754-B.
B. 754-B. Balbea Road.
FOR SALEt Brand nay deluxe
chrome food 1 blender, AC-DC
motor, cost $50, tall for $40.
Haute 519, Ancon, C.Z. Phone
FOR SALE: Wetting ho use
Laundromat $100. 214-D Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu Phona 7225 after 5:00.
FOR SALE: A 3-piece green
leather sectional divan, price $75.
Call Albrook 86-7221.
-iOver Aid Condition
Offered By USlafes
BELGRADE, Oct. 17 ( UP)-
Communist Yugoslavia said to today
day today that certain conditions made
by President Eisenhower for con
tinued American aid wert "Un "Unacceptable."
acceptable." "Unacceptable." A statement issued by the for for-egin
egin for-egin ministry said the President's
letter asking Congress to approve
tne extension ot aid "contains
elements which are not in con
formity with the principles of
independent and equal toopera-
"It is the duty ofe very govern government
ment government to provide its e i t i z e n s
that it must know when and
tha5 it mus5 know when and
what is at its disposal," the state statement
ment statement said.
"It is not possible to guarantee
this in the way it was txplained
in tne statement ot resident
Tht statement olio charged
the President wot mistaken in
suggesting that Yugoslavia needs
economic support to remain
free of Soviet control.
"There is no threat to the in independence
dependence independence of Yugoslavia on the
part of the Soviet Union," it said
Commenting on Mr. Elsenhow
er's failure to ask congressional
approval for the shipment of jet
aircraft and other weapons to
Yugoslavia, the statement said
"At regards military aid, with
tht exception of a few spare
parts, in the course of this year.
it has pracucany ceasea to ex
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FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
lit Central Ave.
M4 Central Avenue
FOR SALEt 1955 Chevrolet
Six Fordo r Sedan, excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Hausa 124-B, Gambea.
FOR SALE: 1953 Cadillac Sport
Ceupa, blue and ivory, doty paid,
35,000 miles, excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. 0922 Amador Road. Phono
FOR SALE: 1956. Plymouth
Station Wagon 4-door, luggage
rack, 3000 miles. 84-5144.
FOR SALE. 1956 DeSote hard hardtop.
top. hardtop. Fully equipped, factory air
conditioner, plastic seat covers,
only 3800 miles. Call Kobbe
LEAVING: Must tall '51 Chav.
Sport Coupa, excellent condition,
new rubber, pewerglide, radia,
ate. $600. Call Fort Kobbe 2231
after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1951 Plymouth. 5
good tires, radio, excellent con condition
dition condition throughout. Qtrs. 5524,
Diable. Phona 2-1235. $575.
FOR SALE: '51 Ferd Converti Convertible,
ble, Convertible, excellent condition, mutt be
seen, new tap, tires. Call Balboa
FOR SALE: 1950 Studebaker
Deluxe Champion 4-door Sedan
Four now tiros, radio, motor in
perfect condition, color green.
$495 Financing available. Kob Kobbe
be Kobbe 6276.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Teunut.
15 M. two-door sedan, mileage
4000 milts, used only forty days
in Europe, like new. Apply Trop Tropical
ical Tropical Motors. Duty paid.
FOR SALE. 1955 Hillman Cat.
ifomian Mark VIII (hard-tap).
7400 miles, cream, black top,
radio, underceatad, white aide aide-wall
wall aide-wall riret. Leaving Isthmus.
Priced for tale this weak $1200.
Phone Balboa 2-1563.
FOR SALE: 1952 Chevrolet 2.
door, powerglido $525. Building
1-2, Ptrtjsp, C. Z.
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile
Coupe, reasonably priced. Balboa
2-2706 between 4-6 p.m. Bill.
MR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
let-Air hardtop, radio. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3215, 4:30-7 p.m.
Bolo, Sword Duel
Sees Police Win;
No One Is Injured
MANILA rtet if cttp tR..
filed charges today against two
men wno fought a due with
swords on the middle of a bridge
in Davao city.
Neither man wai injured. They
luugm over a -cent net in aj
Police said Lino Delfino. sec
onded by his brother, was flailing
away with a long-bladed bolo
while Jaime Martirpx apennilaH
by his brother-in-law, wielded a
A policeman spotted them hist
as they started slashing at each
other, and fired a shot in the au auto
to auto stop them.
Delfino, startled, leaped over
the bridge and landed in the
waterless river bed SO feet below,
untonscious. Martirez a u i e 1 1 v
handed over his sword.
Police said they were not lure
whether there is a law against
dueling in the Philippines but that
they were filing charges.
SHANNON, Ireland, Oct. 17
(UP) Max Conrad, a San Fran
cisco business man, touched down
here today from Gander, Nfld. to
complete his 21st trans Atlantic
night in a small plane.
with no sacrifice of
tube., .the tubes
with the Good Good-Housekeeping
Housekeeping Good-Housekeeping ft
Guaranty SeaU j
ti 45th St.
Vim a? fe
FOR SALE: -r- Complete set af
galf clubs, bag and cart.' AH for
$40. Call Albrook 4T07.
FOR SALE: Singer portable
featherweight with table, button -holer,
Farfan, Navy 3765.
FOR SALE: 1 H chart electric
mixer, 20-qt., excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, used 6 months, suitable for
feed manufacturer, bakery, etc.;
1 gas hot water beater, instant
no-storage type; I refrigerator.
15 cu. ft., porcelain, excellent
buy far restaurant or store; 1
1 0-gal. copper tanking kettle; 3
small wooden tables; 2 drafting
stools; 1 gas stove with 4 bum bum-art
art bum-art and avail. Phona 3-3017
from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Ave.
Cuba and 39th St Na. 3ground
FOR SALE: Pedigreed Boxer
puppies. Phana Panama 3-3082
for appointment. Mn. R.K. Mor Morris.
ris. Morris. Wanted to Buy
WANTED : 6-cubic ft. 25-cycle
refrigerator. Phone Balboa 2 2-4245
4245 2-4245 from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30
WANTED TO BUY: Phono Phonograph,
graph, Phonograph, 3 -spaed er 78-rpm, 25 25-cycle.
cycle. 25-cycle. Phone Balboa 2-1563.
An Altered Course
Was Doria's Answer
To Avoid Collision
NEW YORK, Oct. 17 (UP)-The
captain oi the sunken Andrea Do-
ria testified today that he would
have ordered a right turn and the
engines reversed if he had known
the liner Stockholm was cutting
into his course shortly before the
July 25 collision off Nantucket.
Instead, believing the Stock
holm was on a parallel course.
Capt. fPiero Calamai said he had:
ordered a snaro left turn wnen
the Swedish ship was less than a
mile away and then realized with within
in within 30 seconds that a collision was
Calamai was auestioned hv
Charles Haight, attorney for the
Swedish American Line, owner of
the Stockholm, at the .pre-trial
hearing into the collision that
claimed 50 lives and resulted in
damage suits totaling more than
40 million dollars.
Haight said that when the two
ships still werj slightly more than
a mile apart, the passing distance
jd c,,10sedT,to from n?,'1" to
0.2 miles. It was at that distance
that Calamai testified earlier he
first had seen the glow o f the
Stockholm's lights off the star
If Calamai had possessed the in information
formation information about the dwindling
distance, Haight asked, "Would
you have continuel ahead at 31.8
knots on your course of 264 de degrees?"
grees?" degrees?" "If I would have had those In Informations,
formations, Informations, I would have stopped
the engines immediately giving a
full astern and coming immediate immediately
ly immediately to the right, giving the signal
that We were coming to the right,"
MECHANICALLY MASTER-MINDED MUSIC-Tbe elec
tronic brain of Illiac, the University of Illinois' digital com computer,
puter, computer, makes its debut as a musical composer in Champaign.
EX, soon. The brain has put together a composition which its
operators call the "Illiac Suite.' The musical score at the result
of teletype tapes containing matbotnatical symbols tor the
aausieal notes bemg led into the brain. Right, Prof. L. M. Isaac Isaacson,
son, Isaacson, who prepared the music composition problem tor JUiac
and Prof. L. A. Hffler, who transcribed Qliac's creation into a
readable manuscript, hold a long strip of machine-made music,
While a etajist of th Mpiartet to perform the suits took tty
t. tf. it la Owe Ave. Hie. U
Attta AT I Ave. antf 8 It.
H Street Na. B
I COD DCKIT I
Apartment 1 i
ATTENTION, G. I.! Just built
modern famished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Furnished, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living-dining room, two
bathrooms, porch, cool. 48th St.
Na. 27, Apartment No. 4.
FOR RENT: Apartments, ven ventilated,
tilated, ventilated, spacious. 4th of July
Ave. No. TI-352 (facing en entrance
trance entrance to Quarry Heights). In Inquire
quire Inquire same buildiag from 1 1 to
12 noan and from 5 to 6 p.m.
Phone 2-203 anytime.
FOR RENT: Apartment 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living and dining roam,
maid's room, garage, Bella Vis Vista
ta Vista 44th Street and Colombia,
No. 44-17. Information: Apart Apartment
ment Apartment P. same building.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment 2 bedrooms, studio, din dining
ing dining and living, ream, kitchen and
hot water. Beautiful view. Jose
Gabriel Duque Ave., La Prerta,
$200. Phana 3-1899.
FOR RENT: Madam apart apartments
ments apartments in exclusive El Cangrejo.
ntar Hotel El Panama. Phana
FOR RENT : Modern two-bedroom
apartment in Via Argentina
and I Street. For information ap apply
ply apply tame building or Pkene 3-
FOR RENT: I -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room
and terrace, $65; furnished $80.
Via Espana 2021. Phana 2 2-3056.
3056. 2-3056. FOR RENT: Nicely furnished,
small apartment or room. Best
residential area. 43rd St. No. 13.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
1 -bedroom apartment, facing
park, Avanida Peru. Phone 3 3-0746,
0746, 3-0746, 3-3099.
Think WWar II
s Still Going On
ROXAS, The PJtfiiiajdrm. Oct. 17
(UP)-A TiTrptOO officer and a
Japanese diplomSt will go into the
hills of the central Philippines this
week to try to convince some SO
Japanese military stragglers that
World War II is over, police an announced
nounced announced today.
Col. Juan Relbsa and embassy
Secretary Secretary Toyukichi
Nakagawa have been chosen t o
approach the Japanese holdouts
recently located near this Mindoro
NORTHBRIDGE, Mass. -(UP)
-The Whitin Machine Works is
turning out the first non-textile
equipment in, its 125-year history.
The firm has begun producing a
duplicating machine for business
office use in a diversification pro
B BOP PUP
WATERTOWN. Mass. (UP)
Dr. Robert S. York brought
hnm. a nunnv and his VOunffsters
trained it in jive talk; that's the
only "language" it obeys, n airs.
York wants to call him she has to
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
Parque Leievre 7 Street
Via Pecrat 111
NOVEOADES A THIS
Vie Etpaaa Ave.
New ctasa far beginners' Ball Ballroom
room Ballroom Daocing far 6th, 7th and
8th grade students starting Oc October
tober October 29th. Registration October
20th 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. DO DO-RESE
RESE DO-RESE WAITES School of Danc Dancing,
ing, Dancing, Columbus Club, Balboa.
i lingual professional driving
instructor, formerly with the
Easy Method Driving School of
Washington, DC, will teach you
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.
WANTED: Experienced cook.
Good salary. Bring references.
Must sleep in. For further infor information
mation information apply Sterling's Garage,
14th Street and Bolivar Avenue,
haute Na. 13.200, Colon.
CZ Students Reminded Of Deadline
For '56 Selective Service Tests
F. D. Dunsmoor, Canal Zone
director of Selective Service to today
day today reminded students that ap application
plication application blanks for the Nov. 15,
1956 Selective Service College
qualification test must be post
marked not later tnan mldnignt
Tuesday, Oct. 30.
The test will be Riven at ap approximately
proximately approximately 1,000 testing cen
ters located throughout the
United States and its territories.
The testing center for the Ca
nal Zone is the Canal Zone jun
Dunsmoor urges students
whose academic year ends hi
January to take the Nov. 15 test
so they will have a test score on
file sit their local boards before
tht end of their academic year,
at which time their boards re reopen
open reopen and reconsider their cases
to determine whether they
should be again deferred at stu students.
Students will mall applica
tions for test to Science Re
search Associates, Chicago. 111..
In pre-addressed e n v e 1 opts
which will be given to regis registrants
trants registrants by local boards. Bulletins
of Information concerning the
test are also available at the lo local
cal local boards.
To be eligible to apply for the
Selective Service test the stu stu-derti
derti stu-derti must: (1) intend to request
edferment as a student; (2) be
satisfactorily pursuing a full full-time
time full-time course of instruction; and
(3) must not previous have ta taken
ken taken the qualification test.
The present criteria for de deferment
ferment deferment as an undergraduate
student are either a satisfacto satisfactory
ry satisfactory score (70) on the qualifica qualification
tion qualification 'test or specified rank among
the male members of the class
(upper half of freshman class,
upper two thirds of sophomore
class, or upper three fourths of
Students accepted for admis admission
sion admission to a graduate school after
Jan. 1, 1955, satisfy the criteria
if they ranked among the upper
one quarter of the male mem members
bers members of their senior class or
BILINGUAL SECRETARY needed by Fret Fret-Zone
Zone Fret-Zone firm. Only competent persons with
experiences need apply. References requir required.
ed. required. Please write to Colon P.O. Box 1108.
' JO :
EXPERT WATCH MAKER
Box 1016, Ancon
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet
2 bedrooms, living-dining room,
bathroom, kitchen. Apply 45 E.
No. 2-241, Bella Vista. Phone
3-5351, S a.m. to 8 p m.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet:
2 bedrooms, living-dining room,
perch, kitchen, garage. Samuel
Lewis Street No. 4, Campo Ale Ale-gre.
gre. Ale-gre. facing B-sk-yna afficcs. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 3-3887.
FOR RENT: Chalet: 2 large
bedrooms, I small, living roam,
dining room, maid's room, ga garage.
rage. garage. First Avanue, El Carmen,
No. 122 Phona 3-1332.
FOR RENT: Chalet: 2 bed'
rooms. 7th Street 26, Golf Htt.
Inquire 5 to 8 p.m. Phono 3 3-4244.
4244. 3-4244. s
FOR RENT. 2-bedreom chalet,
$60 per month. 6th Street, Bar Bar-riada
riada Bar-riada Domingo Diaz, No. 285.
Call Telephone 2-4285.
made a score of 80 or better on
A student deferment Is not an
exemption Dunsmoor explained
and in on way cancels a regis registrant's
trant's registrant's military obligation. As
a maltter of fact, a deferment
automatically extends his age of
liability to 35.
New Name For HOG
- Your Community
The name of HOG Your Com Com-m
m Com-m unity Station will undergo a mi minor
nor minor change as a result of the re recent
cent recent installation of ad outlet in tht
city of Colon, il was announed to
Len Worcester, the s f a t i o n'
manager, said the new. name of
the all-English radio outlets will
be "Your Community Network,"
(YCN) operating on 840 kilocycles
in Panama City and 1090 kilocy kilocycles
cles kilocycles in Colon.
Since the Colon outlet wont in info
fo info operation last weak, Worces Worcester
ter Worcester said, the station's already already-busy
busy already-busy teltphone hat boon flooded
with calls from Atlantic aiders
congratulating the management
on this now phase of the nine.
yoar-old Panama City radio sta station's
tion's station's activitiat.
Callers alto take advantage of
the opportunity to atk for a se selection
lection selection on one of YCN's four po popular
pular popular request programt, Worces Worcester
ter Worcester added.
The fact that YCN carries fivt
daily on-the-hour newscasts, in ad
dition to other local and foreign
news programs and commenta commentaries,
ries, commentaries, and is usually hours ahead of
other English-language news out outlets
lets outlets should bring news-minded At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic siders a great deal of satis
faction, the YCN ihanager declared.
CALL: Pan. 3-4568 Colon 74
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Shades Of FDR!, Ike Finds
Distaste For Four Senators
WASHINGTON, Oct. 17 (U?) --.O'Connor was licked in New York
True or not, It is well known that City in his try for, nomination to
orofessionai soiaiers aon i vnni ciguui
much nor follow closely the day's
Col. Dwight D. Eisenhower must
have beenjooklng, however, back
tk.r. noorlv 90 WIM ISO when
Franklin D. Roosevelt decided that
several states were not electing
the right DemocraU to office, es especially
pecially especially to Congress.
Mr. Roosevelt at the time re recently
cently recently had been voted a second
term by every state except Maine
and Vermont. He carried into of office
fice office with him lopsided congression congressional
al congressional Democratic majorities. The
Avarahalminalv Democratic Sen
ate had just kicked Mr. Big In
the teem Dy rejecting nis pian iu
pack or reorganize tne u.a. au
Thrp ht been other affronts.
too, and FDR was hurt and angry.
So. in the 193 primary campaign
Seriod, he decided to clean house,
aif a dozen or more Democratic
members of congress, all but one
senators, were on his blacklist.
On second thought, Mr. Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt reduced the number of Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic condemned to four:
Sen. Ellison D. (Cotton Ed)
Smith of South Carolina Sen. Mil Millard
lard Millard I. Tydings of Maryland;
, wltr F fteoree of Georgia:
and Rep. John J. O'Connor of New
u nuuU hrniipht those four
to bay individually, each in his
native state ana in me jjemucrauc
primary in which each sought re re-nomination.
nomination. re-nomination. aamo ctPAito inln an anffrv Wl
mary campaign so vigorously that
Mr. Roosevelt s nana-pic.eu sou
fn-ici oaniiiiiatp was afmosi our
sued across the borders of the
So It was in South Carolina and
Maryland where the voters rose
' np against presidential dictation to
keep tneir senator iu
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OF VJATEKJ J"ttM
rtna nut nf four was the best Mr.
Rnnsavelt could do in what be
came known as the party purge.
AU oi this was, as noiea, ncariy
20 years ago. Last week's news
conference developed the fact that
President Eisenhower leeis atiout
in 1938 about Tydings, George and
the samite as Mr. Roosevelt did
in 1948 about Tyding, George and
' He was asked about a magazine
... a .a) M 1 H
article Dy nis mena ram nou-
man Hoffman wrote that three
Senate Republicans were unap-
noasah p dirt not helone m me ttc-
Kpublican Party. They were listed
ii sn wi lain k. enner oi In
diana, Sen. George W. Malone of
Nevada and Sen. Josepn it. mc
Carthy ot Wisconsin.
Mr Ricpnhnwpr rcnlicd that he
couldn't look to those senators for
help in most of his administra-
t inn's nrniprts But he didn't trv to
toss them out of the party nor
promise to seek tneir aereai. au
three will be up again in 1958.
The Republican party, the Pres-
aiH 1h iR narties. one in
'WWV uaaawa f'
each state. Each state must de
termine who belongs and, it toi
lows, who shall hold office.
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The University of California has
come up with a meinoa ot predict predicting
ing predicting how far pilings will sink in
,1. cniU This new svstem. using
a rod with four vanes on it, could
eliminate costly and inaccurate
aiMMnwnrir now Dracticed by enei-
nun The current method is
merely to sink a pile into the
arnnnrl anrf Dllt variOUS lOadS 0U
office, it to see how far it will sink.
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"Let the people know the truth and the country it Abraham Lincoln.
NEW YORK, Oct. 11 (UP) -apt.
Donald W. SoreeUoM I .sto .story
ry .story of the worst storm in his 47
years at sea when the Cunard hn hn-er
er hn-er Queen Mary arrived here u
Cs late today, but blonde creen
actress June Havoc stole the
'Tne. re turning. from tour
months of TV-film 5
don told newsmen that she had
been injured during the storm.
Both of my ankles are black
and blue from f.Ujng ehampagn
hottles she revealed. A buncn
of us were up in the veranda grin
when The storm struck. It sobered
us uo consiaeramy.
rv ran into 100-mile-per-hoi.r winds
and 50-foot waves on Sunday, the
worst hurricane I have encounter
ed in 47 years ai
PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1951
Storm Warnings Up
To Atlantic CHy
was about M mes soiree st oi
wds HU S?L an onrf ttaril-
Mvrtle tseacii, o.., -fri.
n from North o
cKon Atlantic City N.J
including the Southern half of
The weather bureau said tides
were averaging one to two feet
Capes and two to three feet a
v.r. owmil in n few SDOtS.
h.w rainfal from North
Carolina to Delaware was fore forecast
cast forecast along with increasing tides.
Southern New Jersey and areas
of the Chesapeake and Dela Delaware
ware Delaware Bays may experience tides
from two to three feet above
normal, the weather bureau
Into New Phase
CHRIIrftlrtC&,m. Oct. 17
i tjp i slx U.S.' Navy airplanes
took off for McMurdo Sound in
the Antarctic today to open a
new phase in the second Oper Operation
ation Operation Deepfreeze.
Rear Adm. George F. Dufek
Hew there on a scouting trip
yesterday in a Navy Skymaster
and radioed that landing condi conditions
tions conditions on the ice were excellent.
Four Dakotas and a Skymas Skymaster
ter Skymaster took off today, accompanied
by a Globemaster to serve as a
weather staition. The Globemas Globemaster
ter Globemaster will return to Chrlstchurch
after the other planes have
completed the 3,200-mile flight
to McMurdo Sound, autnonues
Robert Barger of Peoria, 111.,
17-year-old Civil Air Patrol
cadet and youngest member of
the Antarctic expedition, was a
passenger on the Globemaster
weather flight. Barger, selected
from among 50,000 CAP cadets,
said he was particularly impress impressed
ed impressed with the "friendly people
Six Globemasters will fly to
the U.S. Base in the Antarctic
lit six -hour intervals starting
tomorrow evening, Air Force Col.
Horace A. Crosswell announced.
What's British Breaking Point In East?
They Wont Say, But Conditions Worsen
LONDON, Oct. 17 (UP) Brit Britain
ain Britain refused today to draw the line
on how much aggression it will
take to send British forces in ac
tion alongside Jordan s army on
the tense Israeli border.
Any decision will be made in
London and not on the spot in Jor
dan where the British Royal Air
Force maintains both jet and
ground forces, the foreign office
The foreign office reaffirmed to
day Britain's obligations to come
to the assistance of Jordan "in the
event of war being made against
The British statement (ami in
response to reports from Am Amman
man Amman which claimed that the
commander in ehiaf of the Arab
Legion could call on Royal Air
Force assistance "within an
The British spokesman remind reminded
ed reminded that Jordan and Israel had
been "made aware that Her Ma
jesty's government fully intends to
stand by their obligations unaer
the Anglo Jordanian treaty to
come to the assistance of Jordan
in the event of war being made
Egypt To Hear
Charges Of 12
CAIRO, Oct. 17 (UP) -Egyptian
authorities announced today they
will make their first court move
Thursday against four Britons
arrested more than one month
ago on spy charges.
The Britons and 12 other spy
defendants will appear in closed
court, authorities said, and the
prosecution will ask to have them
remanded to further custody.
Under Egyptian law, arrested
persons must be brought to court
within 45 days. The magistrate
has the choice of ordering an
immediate trial or remanding
them to furthar custody.
Two of the Britons were ar
rested 52 days ago.
Egyptian Atty. Gen. Hafez
Sabek informed the British consul
today that defense attorneys will
be allowed in court out me near near-ing
ing near-ing win be closed to the public.
The spokesman said in reply to and cease-fire agreement roach roach-questions
questions roach-questions that a decision whether, od by the Arab countries and l
war has been made" would be
determined "in the light of cir
cumstances at the time."
"We would have to decide then
whether the circumstances justify
British intervention, he said.
It would have to bo a govern governmental
mental governmental decision, the spokesmen
addtd. In reply to a further
question regarding whether Brit Britain
ain Britain would bo guided by the ti tinned
nned tinned Nations, the spokesman
said "the Anglo-Jordanian trea treaty
ty treaty Is an inter-government trea treaty
ty treaty and it it therefore up to the
United Kingdom to decide. The
United Nation is net mentioned
Earlier, Israel filed a counter
complaint against Jordan for con consideration
sideration consideration by the United Nations
Security Council when it renews
debate on the Palestine situation
Jordan last Monday asked the
council to hear its charge that Is
raeli troops staged an unprovoked
and premeditated attack on four
Jordanian border villages.
French Ambassador Bernard
Cornut-Gentille, Council President
for October, today set Friday to
hear the complaint.
Mordecal R. Kidron, chief of
the Israeli delegation, today fil filed
ed filed a countercomplaint charging
Jordan with "persistent viola viola-tlons"
tlons" viola-tlons" of the Palestine armistice
Put Your Arms (?)
Around Me, Honey
SINGAPORE, Oct. 17 (UP)
Casting directors for a movie stu-1,
dio here issued a call today for
a python which won't get too
wrapped up in its work.
They had to oust the one they
were using originally. The 18-foot-long
snake named Pete was wrest
ling with curuesome actress Nor Nor-madiah
madiah Nor-madiah during the filming of a
jungle s e q ue nee. The director
shouted 'cut," but Pete kept en
trying to crush the actress. It
took five studio technicians to un unwrap
wrap unwrap the serpent. And then it bit
the actress on the wrist.
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By Court (ollegues
And Decree Issued
At thfc ouenine of U.S. District
Court in Ancon this morning,
District Attorney Rowland K.
Hazard expressed regret at the
death of the former U.S.; Mar Marshal,
shal, Marshal, John E. Hushing and pre presented
sented presented a resolution.
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe issued
the following order:
"It appearing to the tour
that on October 15, 1956, at
Litchfield, 111., the Honorable
John A. Hushing died, and
It further appeared that Mr.
Hushing had served as United
States Marshal in and for the
District of the canal Zone from
1936 to his retirement in 1953,
the longest period any United
States Marshal has ever served
in this district in the judicial
history of Ithe Canal Zone, and
It further appearing that Mr.
Hushing, as an officer of this
court had established and com completed
pleted completed a record of able, hones,
and loyal public service to his
country and (he people of the
Canal Zone, and
It further appearing, there therefore,
fore, therefore, mat some tangible expres expression
sion expression of recognition of such a
enlevements and of sympathy to
his surviving family is in order,
now on the joirtt motion of Row Rowland
land Rowland K. Hazard, Charles E. Ra Ramirez,
mirez, Ramirez, and L. s. Carrington,
members of the Canal Zone Bar,
It is hereby ordered that all
present observe a moment of al alienee,
ienee, alienee, and
It is hereby further ordered
that copies of (this order be
mailed to Mr. William Hashing
and Miss Ota May Hushing, the
surviving brother and sister at
raol throuoh the negotiation of
UN secretary General Dag
Hammarskjeld last April.
Kidron put on the council's a
eenda the following item: "per
sistent violations by Jordan of the
General armistice agreement and
of the cease-fire pledge made to
the Secretary-General on April 36
Jordanian ambassador A b d e
Monem Rifai served notice that he
will demand economic and riiplo
matic sanctions agaiast Israel for
"We will demand specific ae
Air Force Ending
Search For Plane,
All Assumed Losl
ST. MAWGAN, Endland, Oct. 17
(UP) A U.S. military air trans transport
port transport which disappeared last Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday with 59 servicemen aboard
may have caught fire in flight.
U.S. Air Force authorities said
Signs of carbon deposits indicat
ing fire were found on the torn
aircraft undercarriage fished from
the sea 280 miles southwest of
England yesterday by a British
The Air Force gave op hope for
all aboard. Its intensive air -sea
search was called off tonight.
Ma, james m uooowin, oi
Houston. Tex., said the under
carriage was one of two main legs
which retract into nacelles on
olanes similar to the C118 Lift-
master wnicn vamsneo. r.arner
reports had described it as a nose
The Air Force said only "sur
villance type searching" would
continue in a 240-square-mile area
of ocean where the tanker Navi-
cells fished up the undercarriage
containing two wheels and an
empty liferaft. The scene was 280
miles southwest of Land s And
southernmost tip of England.
The wheels and the raft were
seat to London from St. Mawgan
for further checking. Although not
identified positively as being from
the missing plane, they were of
the type used by the Douglas
Weather Or Not
This weather report, for the 14
hours ending t a.m. today, i pre prepared
pared prepared by the Meteoroloital and
Hydrographk I re nek of the
am Canal Company:
Imaa. mphl. NWU
RAIN (inches) T
WATIR TIMP :
tion," Rifai told Newsmen. "But it
will be up to the council to imple
ment it in a resolution."
Ho said ho would ask censure
of Israel under article 41 of the
UN Charter, which provides that
the Security Council may order
in members to impose such
sanctions at "complete or par partial
tial partial interruption of economic re relations
lations relations and of rail, sea, air, post
al, telegraphic, rad io and other
moans of communication and
the severance of diplomatic re relations."
lations." relations." Rifai planned to discuss the sit
uation with Soviet ambassador Ar
kady A. Sobolev, who was counted
on to act for the Arabs ia the
Hammarskjold, who already has
warned both the Arab and Israe
li sides that they are bound to re
spect their ceasefire pledge as an
obligation, was keeping close
watch on the situation through
continuous contact with Major-
General E.L.M. Burns of Canada,
Chief of the UN truce supervision
Colon Soup Kitchen
Issues Urgent Plea
for Food. Clothes
An urgent appeal for cash dona donations,
tions, donations, foodstuff and used clothing
is being made by S-Capt. Syslin
Taylor, of the Colon Salvation
Army Third Street Corps, who
operates a bi-weekly soup kitch kitchen
en kitchen for the poor and aged residents
of the Atlantic side.
Funds are badly needed, Capt
Taylor says, to carry on the work,
started a few years ago by her
During the past nine months
1,152 meals were served and
scored of persons given used cloth
Donations may be forwarded to
the Salvation Army at Third
Street and Amador Guerrero
Ave. Box 14, Cristobal, C. Z.,
telephone Colon 1498,
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IKE GIVES GO-AHEAD TO ATOMIC VESSEL President Eisenhower (second from, left)
lool-s over a drawing of the world's first atomic-powered merchant ship at the White House
during a ceremony attended by top atomic and merchant marine officials. The President or ordered
dered ordered full speed ahead on the construction of the 595-foot ship which will travel at a speed
of 21 knots. Left to right: AEC chairman Lewis Strauss; President Eisenhower- Secretary of
Commerce Sinclair Weeks; and Undersecretary of Commerce for Transportation Louis Rothschild.
Wilson Says U.S. Will Remain First
In Military Power If We Follow Ike'
WASHINGTON, Ot. 17 (UP) He gave this appraisal of the are the strongest, best trained
Secretary of Defense Charles, armed services:
E. Wilson said last night the
United States will remain first
in military power "if we reso resolutely
lutely resolutely follow President Elsen Elsenhower's
hower's Elsenhower's leadership."
"No other cltiaen is so well
qualified to determine our mili military
tary military requirements or to direct
our military programs as is our
commander in chief," he said.
Wilson made the comment in
one of the series of five-minute
films the Republican Party is
resenting over television dur dur-ng
ng dur-ng the current campaign.
President Eisenhower intro
duced the series Monday night
and was seen again tonight be before
fore before Wilson spoke on the NBC
network. Secretary of State John
Foster Dulles will appear over
CBS at 9:55 tomorrow night and
Labor Secretary James P. Mitch Mitchell
ell Mitchell will spetrtt at 10:55 p.m. over
wi AJau mnjwors:.
Assertlntr that "no natien is
ahead of us now," Wilson said
the united States had "the
weapons and military power to
inflict a disastrous defeat on
ny aggressor." He said this is
"the greatest assurance of our
security and safety today."
Air Force ".every fighter
plane in our active combat units
is jdt propelled. And the quality
of our fighters is the best in the
world. And today every one of
our light and -medium bombers
is a jet-
Army "our airborne divisions
Life's Bare Fact
Is Duke's Problem
LONDON, Oct." 17 (UP) The
Duke of Edinburgh is facing up
bravely to the fact that he is
getting bald, his barber said to
Barber Charles Topper said the
Duke "feels that it's a matter of
fate there's nothing to be dene
Topper gave the Duke his usual
45-cent trim before the Duke left
on a world tour yesterday, and
noticed the hair was thinning rapidly.
"The rate of the Duke's fall-out
has accelerated tremendously in
the last three months, but we're
not doing anything about it," the
modi, efficient we have ever had
in peacetime. The Armv today
has fewer men under arms than
in 1953 yet each division has
almost twice the firepower of a
World War II division."
Navy "our Navy and "Marine
are at peak efficiency -too. We
have the world's only atomic
powered submarine and impapv impapv-ed
ed impapv-ed anti-submarine capabilities,
and vastly improved aircraft
Wife Defends Mote
ROME, Oct. 17 (UP) A peas peasant
ant peasant wife today defended her hus husband
band husband against charges he kept her
grovelling in a state of total
subjection in a hut she never was
permitted to leave.
Police accused Angela Scimia.
a farm hand, of enslavement of
his wife, Fiamma, 42.
Scimia told a court his wife
imposed the "restrictions"; on her herself
self herself as punishment fop having
betraved him. His wife denied
that she ever betrayed him. But
she pleaded with the court to set
"The charges against my hus husband
band husband are completely unfounded,"
THURSDAY, OCTOMR II
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ADD ON ANOTHER DOOR PRIZE Mrs. Joan O'ConneU ac accepts
cepts accepts an electric toaster and adds it to the list of door prizes
to be given at the American Legion's second annual "Festival
of Fun." That makes eight major prise to be given lucky
ticket holders on either Friday or Saturday during "Festival"
hours. The charity affair is beginning at I p.m. on both
nights at the Fort Amador Legion Club. (Presenting the
toaster to Mrs. O'ConneU is Walter Lopes, member of the
contributing Panama firm.)
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