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"Let the people know the truth and the country is wte" 'Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P.. THURSDAY, OCTOBER It, 19M
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WHEN YOU REACH OUT to drop a coin In the UNICEF Halloween container of a Canal Zone
youngster like Heidi Stephens of Diablo or Joe Orr of Balboa, your money may stretch out
to help treat trachoma, in Morocco, cure yaws in Indonesia, send BCG tuberculosis vaccine to
Latin America, or help children in any one of the 95 countries aided by the United Nations
Children's Fund. In addition your are helping many Canal Zone youngsters have a construc constructive
tive constructive Halloween and a gay costume party after the collection. Parties are already being plan planned
ned planned at the Cathedral of St. Luke, the Balboa Union Church, the Unitarian Society, and also
at Quarry Heights.
Eisenhower Seeks To Speed
School Const ruci Ion Program
TACOMA, Wash., Oct. 18 (UP) President Eisenhower promised today he will
press for Congressional approval early nxt year of his $4 billion school construction
In a speech prepared for delivery jat th e College of Paget SoutrrJ,. Mr. Eisenhower
said he will ask that the school sonstKictio n program be carried out in four years, in instead
stead instead of the five he of jginlly set. :itH!Hpgtff0W-
Th. rn-MMm uac hlnrkeri
was tied in with it. Democrats
of Congress to pass it.
Adlai Stevenson Blasts Nixon
As "Shifty Man Of Many Masks'
EN ROUTE WITH STEVEN
son. Oct. 18 (UF)-Adlai Stev
enson, using some of his sharpest
language of tne campaign, de denounced
nounced denounced Vice president Richard
M Nixon last night as a "shif "shifty"
ty" "shifty" exponent of expediency and
a m&n of many faces.
He said in Flint, Mich., the
Vice President was unfit for the
responsibility of public office
and warned that If Republicans
are reelected that Nixon might
become president "at any mo moment."
ment." moment." "Who can say they have
aea his real face," Stevenson
said. "There is no man who
ran safely say he knows where
the Viee Frat dent stands. This
Is a man of many masks."
. The Democratic Presidential
nominee also added several new
blows at former Gov. Thomas E.
Dewey of New York which wre
not in the text.
He charged Dewey was asing
"the same custy weapons of
sarcasm and ridicule" and said
he "carries more weight than
anyone else in the Republican
Party today except Mr. Nix Nix-e"
e" Nix-e" enU ho tsmso rlovnf-
i Otrviuuti saiu vm wvw
tng comment to Dewey because
tne twice-pjseatea aor presi presidential
dential presidential aspmht had spoken in
Flint Tuesday "as a principal
spokesman for the President and
the Republican party."
Moving into Ohio today, Stev Stevenson
enson Stevenson charged that the admin administration
istration administration is suffering from creep creeping
ing creeping complacency and treating
the farmer as a poor, trouble troublesome
some troublesome relative.
Stevenson concentrated on
From Plane Crash
Painter foreman Matthew Shan Shannon,
non, Shannon, who suffered fractures of
both legs When his light plane
crashed near Cerro Punts last
Sunday, is reported recovering
nicely at Gofgaa Hospital today.
The Canal employe was carrying
a load of tomatoes st the time of
He was flown to the Canal lone! who Is
by so Air Urea C-tt. short."
in Cnntrress this vear after
and Republicans have blamed
the flight ef the farmers
compared with the protection
afforded General Motors by
He said a Democratic admin administration
istration administration would "restore the
parity of income" to "the farmer
with price supports that were
not "collapsible," protection for
perishables, the soil bank and
food stamp plan and new meth
ods of getting farm surpluses to
the hungry overseas.
"This admin lstratlon has
treated the farmer like a poor
and troublesome relation," he
said in a speech prepared for
afternoon delivery in Akron, his
third railroad stop of the day in
EN ROUTE WITH NIXON, Oct.
18 (UP) Vice President Rich Richard
ard Richard M. Nixon said today Adlai E.
Stevenson is unwilling to accept
the vast responsibility which
goes with leadership.
Nixon, abandoning his plane
to campaign by car down the
fog bound east coast, sharpened
his daily attack on the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic nominee.
"Mr. Stevenson Is morbidly
preoccupied with the economic
ills, troubles end disasters
wheeh he apparently thinks
lark behind every bash on the
American scene," the Vice
The first foul weather Nixon
hps met in his second 1 0.000 0.000-mile
mile 0.000-mile flight through America's
golden autumn forced a change
in his plans.
Unable to land In Providence.
R.I., last night, he and his party
flew to Worcester, Mass., from
Ithaca, N.Y., and set out for
Providence hy. limousine and
bus after midnight.
Nixon planned tonight to cast
off his campaigner's role and
make a non-political speech at
the Alfred E. Smith memorial
dinner In New York, honoring
the memory of the former New
York governor and 1928 Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Presidential nominee
But today he hit Stevenson as :
a peddler of "gloom and doom
aeuusg our economy
the racial seerecration issue
her for the failure
Mr. Elslnhower said next jefjr
he will support his school con con-structlon
structlon con-structlon program "with all the
force at my commana. .iot
hold this action .to be essential
to the welfare of the Republic."
Last night the President step stepped
ped stepped up bis attack on Adlai E.
H charged the Democratic
Presidential nominee had bas based
ed based his campaign on the "half "half-truth"
truth" "half-truth" and twisted "li t and
In a speech to a crowd of a a-bout
bout a-bout 18,900 at Seattle, Mr. Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower also lashed back again
at Stevenson on the issue of
stopping H-bomb tests.
He said that his administra administration
tion administration consistently has "asked on only
ly only thatt we have safeguards that
we can trust, as well as others
can trust, so that this path of
peace toward universal disarm disarmament
ament disarmament cn be traveled by all."
peaceful uses of the atom
are the main objective ef his
adm nistration, Mr. Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower said.
"We simply refuse to do It all
alone," he said. 'Until others do
it with us, we are going to stay
Mr. Eisenhower also directed
earlier that top administration
aides prepare a detailed reply to
what the White House called
'rather extraordinary incorrect
statement" of Pt-"'"'--on about
stopping. H-bomb teats.
On H-Tesf Ban
DETROIT, Oct. 18 (UP)
United Auto Workers president
Walter p. Reuther says Adlai
Stevenson's plan to ban H-bomb
tests will not jeopardize or in interfere
terfere interfere with this nation's atomic
'Reuther said the Stevenson
plan showed the type of leader leadership
ship leadership che world needs "to end the
H-bomb rat race" and warned
that people who talk of massive
retaliation are playing with
reckless, dangerous politics."
Reutther also lashed out at the
Eisenhower a d m 1 nistration's
"Peace and Prosperity" cam campaign
paign campaign slogan and at Cola a.
Parker, president of the Nation National
al National Association of Manufacturers.
"Four more years of the Eis
enhower Administration," he
said, "will putt, this country in se serious
rious serious trouble. The present ad
ministration is following a pro
gram of raising the standard of
(luxury for tne tew instead of tne
'standard of living of tbg many." j
LOCAL-RATE RENT RAISE
POTTER WARNS TOWN
A warning to occupants ef local-rate
housing on the C a n a I
Zoo that th Canal organise
tion may soon cease subsidising
their rears wit voiced by Gov.
W. i. Pert. tI a town meeting
Potter made the statement to
some 200 residents of the Zone as assembled
sembled assembled at the Santa Crux service
The Governor also gave some
of the background on the 5-cent-an-hour
raise for local rate work work-en
en work-en to become effective Jan. 1,
1957, when those living in Panama
lose their commissary privileges.
The Canal chief credited Pa Panama
nama Panama Preiident I most d la
Guardia, Jr., with having start started
ed started a chain of events which led
to th passage by the Canal
Company's board of directors of
a resolution authorizing th raise
that will east the company ever
As early as last June, Potter
stated, then President-elect de la
Guardia expressed to the Lt. Gov.
H. W. Schull his anxiety that there
be no shortages of food and cloth
ing in Panama stores to meet the
demand of Canal employes to De
thrown into that market next
The Canal administration had
alreadv been making an analysis
to see how much less of such
merchandise it would need to pur
chase for resale.
The comment was made that
not sufficient advance planning
had been given to the fact that a
iob of oroviding supplies snd a-
voiding shortages would have to
be done in Panama.
So the Canal made a detailed
survey of mirchasing habits and
turned the results over to Pane
Volwera the eyes.'
PotUr said," when It bcm
apparent that J00,000 Mr
year in purchases evr a mil million
lion million dollars month would be
made le Panama."
The analysis also shewed, Pot
ter stated, mat these aneciea
would be able to buy 13 per cent
less in the Republic than they now
can in the Zone for the same mon
ey- . at..
When under secretary ui u
i.mv nnr h RodencK was
here last summer, he and Potter
PC Postal Employe
Held At $2,000 Bail
On Felony Charge
sun tn ttaihoo. tail at midday
for want of $2000 ball Is Mark
Lawrence White, 51, American,
who faces trial in VS. District
Court on a charge of failureto
account for public funds. The
sum involved is about $100.
Balboa resident White Is a
long-time employe of the Ca Canal's
nal's Canal's Postal Division. For a time
he was assigned on the Atlantic
side He was Branch superin superintendent
tendent superintendent at the Balboa Heights
post office and reportedly had
planned to retire at the end of
If convicted of the felony, he
loses his retirement benefits.
Yesterday in Balboa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court he waived prelim
inary hearing and was bound
over for trial in the higher
Reportedly an audit of the
funds handled by White was
made on Oct 11. Poliee said it
showed a shortage of $180 cov covered
ered covered by two checks, both of
which turned out to be worth worthless.
less. worthless. Police added that White had
admitted writing one of the
checks. The other one, the de defendant
fendant defendant is reported to have said,
was cashed by a person who
claimed to be leaving the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus Immediately. Pollve have
been unable to identify the per person.
son. person. White was not represented by
counsel at yesterday's hearing.
Service Will Be
Thatcher Ferry service will be
suspended from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Tuesday. Oct. 28 in order that
repairs may be made to the
west bank ramp, It has been an
nounced by the Marine Director.
The repairs have been sched
uled for this time because of
the favorable tide conditions.
During the period that the fer
ry service Is suspended, all vehi
eular traffic will be routed over
Mir af lores Bridge.
discussed the problem, and both
agreed the problem affecting some
10,000 Canaf organisation em employes
ployes employes should be presented to the
The question of a pay raise
started when then President-elect
de la Guardia approached Schull,
(It was armuned last week
that th forthcoming five cent
pay raise, with the four-cent
raise granted last May will re result
sult result in raise ef about 13 per
cent for the local rat em
The Governor took note that
those who live on th Canal Zone
will not lose their commissary
Then he made th rental an announcement.
nouncement. announcement. (U.S. rat employe groups
have been complaining for years
that while their rents had in
em cases been more then dou doubled
bled doubled th Company continued to
lubiidii local-rat housing.)
Potter said that while U.S... rate
housing is now returning (toward
amortisation of cost, interest, et etcetera)
cetera) etcetera) about $500,000 a year, lo
cal rate housing is being subsidiz
ed to the tune of about $180,000
A rent-review board is conduct
ins a survey. Potter said, warning
local rate residents to be prepar prepared
ed prepared for the outcome.
Potter also took note that the
five-cent raise now applies only
for Company employes, but said
they are working on data for Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Government workers, to
see what could be done for them.
(A spokesman for the Carlh-
San Command hat tald they
v. no knewlodfl -vet of a elm elm-n.
n. elm-n. r r.Ua tor armed trct local
rVSTiplY., hwt that eny tuch
Bus Driver Outruns
CZ Traffic Officer
In 70 mph Chase
Bus driver Francisco Tlberio
uiinM on Panamanian, who
ITiniviuv., -, -...-J
hit 70 m.p.h. aiong nnaier sw-
ishii trvin to outrun a canal
7m t.roffir officer, will be
thinking it over in Balboa Jail
for some days to come.
He escaped Into Panama but
ma. Ihturrenterl later by the
Panama National Guard.
Martinez came to the atten attention
tion attention of Canal police officer C. N
Litltle when he drove through
tnn aim on Franeipani Street.
When Llttlp set out in pursuit,
the bus speeded up. Later Mar Martinez
tinez Martinez said (the reason was that
he had no operator's license.
In Balboa Magistrate's Court
early this week he was given a
in-dav tail sentence and fined
$25 for reckless driving, pi us uie
usual $10 for having no license
and an additional sa xor mo
Fines In CZ
Speeding 60 m.h.p. in a 40-
mlle zone resulted in a $20 fine
in Balboa Magistrate's Court
yesterday tor John Marvin Tur
ner, 21, atf American soldier.
Maedalena Gallardo. $6, Pan
amanian, was fined $10 for
speeding SS m p h. In a 25-mile
Rlcardo Juan Carbro, 33, Pan
amanlan, was fined $10 for hav
tng no operators license.
Local-Rate Union Leaders TeSI RP Assembly
Of Hopes For 'Much More Than 5 Cents' Hike
A spokesman for local-rate
workers in the Canal Zone yes
terday expressed the hope that
tne live-cent increase announc announced
ed announced recently by the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Co. "is not a prelude nor an
indication of the kind of pay
raise" the U.S. Congress will e e-ventually
ventually e-ventually approve for Panama
Edsel Wong Samudlo, secreta secretary
ry secretary of Local 107. AFSCMI. APL-
CIO, which sponsored demon demonstration
stration demonstration to the National Assem
bly yesterday, said:
it we are going to oe aone
justice with legislation which
eliminates the present inequali
ty, the increase will be much
more than five cents an hour."
wemg was nreceded by Jose de
la Rota Castillo, president of
action would come from Wash Washington).
ington). Washington). Bus transportation and medical
problems took up most of the re
mainder of the meeting. Com
plaints were made about the
cleanliness of the contract buses.
Schedules and the collection of
fares were discussed.
Canal Zone Health Director
Charles O. Bruce answered medi
cal and dental questions.
It was revealed that though it
costs the Canal Zone govern government
ment government $7.50 for every visit to a
clinic, the local rat dental ta tariff
riff tariff is $1 for an extraction and
$1.50 for a filling.
The subsidizing of medical serv
ice was also stressed. Bruce noted
the Canal Zone Government s cost
for 60,000 local rate patient days
last year was $1,325,000 for which
the patients paid only 1150,000 a
bit over 10 per cent of the cost.
Mosquitoes, fences, disagreeable
odors and mischievous children
and sidewalks were among other
matters touched on.
Canal Board OKs
Purchase 01 New
Locks Towing Mules
The purchase of two experiment
al locks towing locomotives from
R.G. LeTourneau, Inc. was approv approved
ed approved by the board of directors of the
Panama Canal Co. at Its quarter quarterly
ly quarterly meeting in Washington last Sat
urday. Gov. Potter announced fol following
lowing following his return to the Isthmus,
Th turn lnrnmntives which are
for use as fast equipment at Gatun
locks tr of a radicals different
design ftom l.iose irov ruwfv
arefesigned to furnish strrrtcletrt
power and maneuverability to re require
quire require only two locomotives for a
ship of average size snd four for
Negotiations tor tneir purcnaa
were completed several weeks ago
and their purchase required only
the final approval by the board.
Capt. Warner S. Rodiman, marine
director, and Col. Hugh M. Ar Arnold,
nold, Arnold, engineering and construction
director, both appeared before the
board at its meeting last week to
supply information of a technical
nature with regard to the new lo locomotives
comotives locomotives and their use.
From Parris Island:
Sgt. Loses His Rank
Brawling With Maior
vsRRi.C ISLAND. S C. Oct, 18
(UP) A Marine hero, the toast
f th. nun after President Ei-
him with the Congressional Medal
of Honor, lost bis stripe? iouy
for a drunken, armed scuffle with
a superior officer.
T-Sgt. Alfred Lee McLaughlin,
10 I mAm Ala hrIHr nf the
nation's highest award, for brave
ry under lire in Korea, was wiea
by a court martial board yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. The board fined McLaughlin
$130, sentenced him to three
months at hard labor and reduced
him to private for fighting with
the officer last March 26 while
stationed with a reserve unit at
The Marine Corps did not re reveal
veal reveal details of the trial but Rome
officials said McLaughlin became
extremely drunk and fought with
his commanding officer, Maj. Hen Henry
ry Henry Checklou.
Local 907, who called for the re-
opening of negotiations between
Panama and the United States
to clear up the matter of equal
pay for equal work for Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian citizens.
mus immediately. Police have
National Assembly after the so so-Ions
Ions so-Ions granted them the courtesy
of the floor.
The demonstration which
started at Santa Ana Plaza was
attended by approximately 1500
persons, who conducted an or orderly
derly orderly demonstration.
Castillo, who said he spoke for
both Local 807 and Local 900.
told the Assembly that the two
unions sought a revision of Pan-
ama's foreign policy so that it should be represented in any fu fu-would
would fu-would be "more consonant with ture negotiations between Pan Pan-the
the Pan-the interests at A large group of ama and the U.S.
2 Ships Enough
As Commy Volume
Drops Next Year
The advertisement of the
ma Line, for charter or outright sale has been approved
by the board of directors of the Panama Canal Company,
it was announced today.
The transaction will be handled by the United States
Maritime Commission and it is expected that bids for
charter or sale will be advertised during the coming week.
Final action will be contingent upon the receipt of satis satisfactory
factory satisfactory offers.
The decision to sell or lease one of the three Pana Panama
ma Panama liners was based on recent studies which indicate that
the volume of Company-Government freight will be ma materially
terially materially reduced upon implementation of certain of the
1955 Treaty commitments, particularly the one relating
to commissary purchases, the announcement stated.
If the Panama is sold or char chartered,
tered, chartered, new schedules will be nec necessary
essary necessary for the two remaining
vessels which are to be kept In
It is anticipated that north northbound
bound northbound and southbound sailings
can be maintained with two
ships tt intervals of a week to
It is not expected that any
iSrrv ' .i.ar-tkS l&.la li
nen w take final actli
consideration at tne ftixx board
meeting scheduled to be held in
tne canai zone late next Janu January.
ary. January. The present schedule provides
for weekly sailings from New
York and from Cristobal.
Marine Wives Win;
Corps General Says
TOKYO, Oct. 18 -(UP) U.S.
Marine Corps Commandant Gen.
Randolph Pate said today one of
bis subordinate generals "made a
mistake" in ordering families of
combat, Marines out of Japan.
But he added that any Marine
who keeps his family here must
have a very good reason.
Brig. Gen. David F. O'Neill,
commander of the 1st Marine Air
Wing, had ordered 2,500 depend dependents
ents dependents who came to Japan at their
own expense to go back home by
"I don't agree with General
O'Neill on this order," Pate aaid.
"I think he made a mistake.
"I must make it plain that I
realize that neither I nor any
other military man has tne au authority
thority authority to order dependents to re return
turn return to the United States.
"I have the right, however, just
as has been the practice in the
past in our corps, to expect that
Marines who are heads of house households
holds households will loyally do their utmost
to carry out my announced policy
In this regard."
O'Neill's order threw Marine
wives here into an uproar. Some
are returning reluctantly but oth others
ers others have indicated they will stay.
Panamanians and their depend dependents."
ents." dependents." Castillo said the loss of com commissary
missary commissary privileges, scheduled for
Jan. 1. represent a reduction of
30 per cent in the "already
saualld budget of the Panama
nian employe of the Canal
The Panamanian labor leader
said the standard of living of
Canal Zone employes has not
been given detailed and orderly
study and he accused Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian officials of only studying
"juridical question. ignoring
the rest of the problem.
Castillo also said Panamanian
workers of the Canal Zone
S.S. Panama, of the Pana
Jef Flyer Apt Hil
Record 2100 mph
Just Before Dying
WASHINGTON, 6ct. II (UP)
let eWu. just belort h
tteX? rocket pfWen'tept. 27.
Boliahle aourcea disclosed the
speed today as the Air Force pro provided
vided provided new details of tne "Flying
laboratory's" fatal flight at Ed Edwards
wards Edwards Air Force Base, CsHf. But
they said the cause of the acci accident
dent accident wss still unknown.
The crash stripped the United
States of its fastest airplane a
rocket powered research ship
pioneering the way for future war war-planes
planes war-planes and scientists have ssid
flight research inevitably will be
slowed. Somewhat slower XI rock
et planes are available but toe
much faster successor the III
is st least two years away.
The Air Force replied to ques
tions asked by United Press about
Apt's flight his first in any
rocket plane after it bad be become
come become known in aviation circles
that some scientists thought the
X2 test program wss pushed too
These scientists believed the
plane should have been driven to
its maximum capability mere
gradually since it was being flown
in barely understood altitude and
speed regions. Before the Sept. 17
flight, the X2 bad reached an al altitude
titude altitude of 126,000 feet with Cant.
Ivan Kincbeloe at the controls and
a speed just over 1,900 mpb with
Lt. Col. Frank Everest piloting.
The Air Force cited Apt's back
ground and traning to show that
he was eminently qualified dor the
flight at more than three times the
speed of sound.
Ends In Arrest;
$500 Ball b Set
The alleged theft of three paira
of trousers, two girls underwear
and three women's slips brought
Linden Nathaniel Smith, 22, Pana Panamanian,
manian, Panamanian, into Balboa Magistate's
Though the value of the arti articles
cles articles allegedly taken from an An An-con
con An-con clothesline was only 311.25,
Smith, was bound over for trial
in U. 8. District Court. He waiv waived
ed waived preliminary hearing.
The charge against him waa
that of petit larceny after having
been convicted previously ef a
Bail was fixed at -500. Up to
neon today it has not been posted.
The sttps were the property e
Starts Oct. 28
Ttw.sterUnf date for the let-.
canal sone community
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ORDNANCE MAINTENANCE SHOP
One of Uie sad commentaries (If not the eaddest commen commentary)
tary) commentary) m th history of mankind is the wanton exploitation of
human beings by those in power. Witness the recent irageay
that has darkened the national honor of Nicaragua. Despots
and tyrants, disguised as benefactors and humanitarians, aie
usually betrayed and eventually destroyed by their own evil de designs
signs designs Oh cruel irony!
As casual visitors to the million-dollar Ordnance Mainten Maintenance
ance Maintenance Shop and disinterested spectators of the superb game of
politics played there, we have observed the following conditions
a A aecret order of craftsmen, who use floats and trowels
to arrange atones, bricks and tiles held together by cement m
geometrical formation, was the guiding hand behind the throne.
An outsider is now taking over that seat.
b The cause of the hapless Local-Raters is being exploit exploited
ed exploited to" seek toe Interests of the deposed clique. It is now ex ex-pedlent
pedlent ex-pedlent for them to champion the cause of the underdog, and
the loyal, competent "aliens" are finally receiving the considera consideration
tion consideration they to justly deserve.
.... -M il. nJnQnn, CArtliAn arc Hrvlnp
c Tne military omciais ei me "v"
their 'utmost to promote better personnel relations between U.S. U.S.-Rate
Rate U.S.-Rate employes and Local-Rate employes Evidence of this pol policy
icy policy is their concerted effort to be reasonable and falrminded
to giving attention to the immediate grievances of all civilian
personel, thereby practicing down-to-earth democracy. But more
often than not, the U.fi.-Rate employes Institute devices wnicn
counteract (sabotage) the good done by the military. The Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone is an "ugly duckling" as far as democracy goes and
the American civilians are largely responsible for this blemish
IdCThe real cause of the tug of war In the Maintenance
Shoo is that the former controlling group is losing its grip. An
outsider is in the addle now, and they are being passed over
tne coals. Is this nice? The tables are turned. They once
rode roughshod over the same Local-Raters whose cause they
are now pretending to champion.
Why doesn't the local Pentagon at Fort Amador togsther
with the White House at Balboa Heignts formulate and imple implement
ment implement policies and programs geared to make maximum utiliza utilization
tion utilization of available native manpower? This operation should oe
undertaken in a really broad sense, not in hopscotch fashion.
The State Department is placing much emphasis on inter inter-Amerioan
Amerioan inter-Amerioan solidarity. Can't the same goal be pursued here?
Do this and the hue and cry of "equal pay for equal work wih
soon become something of the past.
Democracy in a free-enterprise society is a beautiful doc doctrine,
trine, doctrine, but as practiced by the "great trsenal of democracy' it
is oaious in Its puiauit of racial oiscrimuiaUon. Tne. jeiauon jeiauon-snip
snip jeiauon-snip of the United .States of America to the Republic of Pan Panama
ama Panama is symbiotic, a mutually advantageous association in which
each party depends upon, and serves, the other. The security
Of the entire Isthmus is inextricably bound with the deiense
of the Panama Canal. Therefore, Panamanians should be clear cleared
ed cleared to hold a tew. senslttve pwlttoi.
This action would be the Uv; testimony of U.S. faith in
Panamanian aUatM. atHientf" -he legal minds should not
i become unduly aralouiTA A. mblea Nacional would be
! most happy, we are sure, to enact;- a law whereby Panamanians
employed In such positions could be' prosecuted for treason.
Isn't this the legalistic hitch?
By VICTOR Rl E5EL
FESTIVAL OF FUN
I wish to take this oDDonunitv to announce to the public
that the American Legion's "Festival of Fun" oh Ou. IS and
30 Is not open to children and no children's activities will be
held these nights. These activities were erroneously included
in our first announcement of the affair. Our organization does
not ordinarily reply to letters in the Mail Box, but it was felt
that In this case and, since I have had several inquiries, that
it would be well to take this medium to set the record straight.
We feel also, as mentioned in "Interested's" letter to the Mail
Box, that the activities planned for the grown ups do not, go
"hand in hand" with children's activities.
A. J. Gasperl. Jr.,
Panama Canal Post. No. 1
The American Legion.
Vf m i JEEM
mtT bWbMImV TbmV
Service and Calls Till 10:00 p.m.
CORNER "H" and DARIEN
REMEMBER! Telerad is as c,ose
aa your telephone
Dick Nixon went in for a hair haircut
cut haircut the other day and wound up
witn a political Close shave. He s
chuckling over it now. But it
proves the dangers of campaign
strategy aimed at meeting the op
The vice president was motor-
cading through a Tennessee city
some weeks back. Suddenly be put
his hand to nis hair and said fat
had warned she'd leave him if
he didn't have it cut.
Someone thought it would be a
nice touch if Nixon dronned in
on a small neighborhood barber barbershop
shop barbershop somewhere and gabbed with
the workingmen waiting to be ton-
serialized instead of going into
some swanky place in a big place
in a big hotel. They saw a two-
chair shop. Nixon stopped the car
avan and got out. as ne neaaea
for the unpretentious little haircut
and shave joint, the reporters
formed a phalanx behind him
while the local police ran inter interference
ference interference out font.
Suddenly the owner of the bar
ber shop was seen ripping off his
wh'te coat, rushing into his jacket
and out of the "clip joint." For
that's what it was. Nixon didn't
know it until much later. But he
had his hair cut where others got
clipped. This was a front for a
bookie joint and the owner, see seeing
ing seeing the police, thought he was
being raided. 50 he leu his neiper
and scrammed. Nixoi, got his
handshake and shave in a prole proletarian
tarian proletarian spot anyway and mixed
with the workers therein.
Nixon's decision to move among
working people, of course, is his
reaction to strong opposition by
the labor leaders over whose
head he is appealing for votes.
The same sort of reaction to op
position is deep in Adiai Steven
son who resents Republican criti
cism of his "egg-head" qualities
and associations. So Stevenson
reached for businessmen the other
During the past few months, Ste-
Don't Call Us-VvVII CalLYou"
WASHINGTON The other day Conflicting orders and erossad
hem this miImm. i. j a li k.. i .
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Ruark's Old Girl's Had It
I wish to shed a tear today for
the passing of an old. and per
haps my best, friend, old Ninety Ninety-seven,
seven, Ninety-seven, mnre formally riescriheri as
venson's staff has been whipping No. n-604i.4a of tue Underwooo
up a committee of industrialists: clan, has been pu
for the candidate, to Drove that
his only strength is not with Wal
ter Reuther and other labor chiefs
Finally on Wednesday, Oct. 10,
Stevenson's campaign peop'e an announced
nounced announced the lnvch'ne of a "Na "National
tional "National Business Council for Ste Stevenson."
venson." Stevenson." It Had a sponsorship of 50 prom prominent
inent prominent figures "in business, finance
and industry," led by William
Clavto. retired Texas cotton
broker, and millionaire Joe Ken
nedy, father of Senator John
Long before the campaign st
ed. President EllenHewer d
resented Democratic quips about
the absence of intellectuals In the
Republican ranks. So the Presi
dent decided to personally un unscramble
scramble unscramble the "eggheads." He
talked to assistant president Sher Sherman
man Sherman Adams. Soon they called In
on Robert Roter. who has lust
retired as head of Radio S'ation that has been battered around by
WGMS, Washington s good music only two lingers lor approximately
put out to pasture.
The old girl's had it ant deserves
a peaceful retirement.
I refer to a battered standard
typewriter which has provided
more tea and sympathy for me
and the dogs than any other
thing, animate or inanimate.
With very little assistance from
me, she had produced six books,
about 500 magazine pieces, about
3,000 columns, a couple of screen
efforts, Allah knows how many
letters, and a lair number of short
stories. Most of this grisly grist
people were kind enough to pay
tor, or I would be dead of mal-
1 forget: One Ions fnlav that
nobody bought, but Old Ninety
Seven worked just as hard on that
dog as on other less doggish..
Over the last 10 years she has
learned how to speak Spanish,
French, North Carolina dialect
and a sort of Swahili. which is
pretty good going for a machine
failed, and turned her face to the, finished when I hit the "I" key
wall. and got "you for my pains.
bo out she goes to tne green
station, and who is on the board
of Washington's National Sym Symphony
phony Symphony Orchestra.
Adams told Bob Rogers that the
President wanted a committee
which would stay in business long
after the election. This was to oe
a committee to guide the Republi
can party and the President him himself
self himself on the cultural, intellectual
and philosophical fronts, it wouia
help the President go to the people
much more freauently In the next
four years than he has in the past
if elected, of course. So the com committee
mittee committee was launched as the "Com "Committee
mittee "Committee of the Arts and Sciences for
Eisenhower (CASE). Alter elec election,
tion, election, it would change the word
Eisenhower to Education, leaving
thp nam initials.
So, today in a three-room suite
in an office building not far from
the While House, executive direc
tor Rogers runs CASE along three
strategic lines (i) Creation of a
climate, (2) Recruitment, (3) Po
Rogers points out that while the
group does not have the most pow powerful'
erful' powerful' labor leaders, it has the most
colorful. One committee member
is Ralph Bellamy, president of
Actors Equity. Another Eisennow Eisennow-er
er Eisennow-er supporter is Walter Pldgeon,
president of the Screen Actors
Guild, accoraing 10 noger.
There are Helen Hayes and Dean
Hnrrv Carman, professor ot Amer-
in historv at Columbia. Heading
ing the arts division is Dr. How Howard
ard Howard Hanson, composer and direc
tor of the Eastman bcnooi ot Mu
sic. Heading the science division
is Prof. Roger Adams of the Uni University
versity University of Illinois. Heading the ed education
ucation education division is Dr. James Phin Phin-ney
ney Phin-ney Baxter, president of Williams
There are scores of other men
and women proud to be called
"eggheads" and Republican?
This is turning out to be a
On occasion she can even speak
English-type English, as I have
had an English-type secretary in
recent years, a man who was ap appalled
palled appalled st Old Ninety-Seven's con constant
stant constant double negatives, such as
ain't got no." Before she fell
sick, ninety-Seven could say,
"Really,, my dear fellow," or
"Jambo, hwana," or "Buenos
dias," or "Bon jour" just as neat
as you please.
What really wrecked her was
when she tried to learn Catalan.
She struggled with it manfully,
fields of retirement, and in comes
another filly for me to housetrain.
She's pretty and shiny and will
undoubtedly break to harness some
day, after a taste of the whip, but
she'll never replace Old Ninety Ninety-Seven
Seven Ninety-Seven as the woman I love.
I intend to make a shrine of
Old Ninety-Seven, glass case and
all, but Mama has another idea.
She wants to paint her pink and
plant her innards with philoden-
drons. But then Mama plants
everything with philodendrons, and
before that happens, I'll take the
axe and mercifully put Old Ninety
You understand, she had been
completely faithful to me. All I
had to do was roll m the paper,
try the "I" key for size, pat her
on the flank an give her her
She ate very little in the way
of oil, and- if her ribbon didn't gall
her, she'd go like a dream. She
invented plots and characters and
ideas, and her song was as sweet
as a linnet s when she toiled
And faithful. You wouldn't read
about how faithful she was. Any
time a touch-typist tampered with
her, she turned stool-pigeon and
betrayed him or her. I could tell
in a minute if some mghfaiutin
shorthand-typist expert had been
monkeying with my gal. Her keys
lost luster, ber spirit sagged, and
everything turned out
But recently her factlties
She began to chew at her ribbons.
The space bar kicked the door off
the stable. She started catching
my fingers between her keys.
wounding me dreadfully, and she
was absolutely untrustworthy
when I was a bit overexubarant
from too many soda pop. She
used to help me home, but no
Then she started deliberately to
kill the thinp she loved. I would
write "tonight, and it would
come out "tonguh." She balked at
every barrier. I would try to write
a word like "serious" and it wou'd
come out "seroorins." A simple
exercise like "and" or 'but" ar arrived
rived arrived as "ata" or "tub."
The bacK-sparer started to come
in with its saddle slipped, and she
de'iherate'v stsrM to eew he
stall, leaving endings off infini-, tadated that no legal iction will
fives and such like. I knew she was be taken against Miss Sulla van.
When this column approached Sen
Albert Gore, Democrat of Tennes
see, aDOUt a Remibirm fmm
Nevada who mistakenly asked
him for funds tn Hft feiw
uemocrat in Nevada, Gore flatly
mum io aay anything.
However, we have now been
able to obtain a private letter
which Gore wrote to a friend in
Nevada aivlna farther details af
the phone can.
The man who phoned Gore
thought he was Sen. Barry Gold Gold-water,
water, Gold-water, the rootln' tootin' ReouhU-
can of Arizona, formerly too num.
eyraiser for Senate Republicans
In the letter Gore refers to the
man as a "Mr. Stanford." How
ever, he was actually William
Sanford of Reno, Nev who has
been raising monev for Ran. CBff
zoung, me Hepubiican candidate
who running for the Senate against
sen. Aiian Bible in Nevada.
Here is the letter which Sana-
tor Gore, the man who is probing
campaign funds, wrote about the
phone call from the man whn
wanted more camoaim funds
"I just had a most unusual tele
phone can. when I returned from
lunch, one of the girls told me
that a Mr. Stanford from Reno
had called, saying he had just ar arrived
rived arrived and hadn't slept for three
nights but' was most anxious for
me to call him and not to hesitate
to awaken him. She told me the
call had only come In about ten
minutes before my return. So I
telephoned Mr. Stanford.
"When he came on the line he
started talking and I started lis listening,
tening, listening, having som .e difficulty un-
oersianaing an ne was tatting
"Mr. Stanford first told me
about how hard he was working
and had been up for most of three
nights either in Nevada, Chicago,
or en route. He first said he sup supposed
posed supposed I would be down at the
cocktail party at the Mayflower
this afternoon. I replied that I
wasn't sure I would. As a matter
of fact 1 had not heard anything
about a cocktail party, but was
a little uncertain about my
remarks since one does receive
invitations to such affairs and.
either may overlook them or tem temporarily
porarily temporarily forget the date.
"Anyway Stanford went on to
say, 'I'll see you at the commit
tee meeting in the morning.' I
Part of Adlii'i trauM. ..,u-
from the inhibitions of the schol scholarly,
arly, scholarly, nompolitical people around
him. Part results from Chicago
hangovers, the resentment f .,..k
old pros as Carmine De Saoio
reu w iMiumay nail, end tx tx-Preaideat
Preaideat tx-Preaideat Truman. Inside high
Democratic circles it's imuZi
that their real goal Is now 160
Kites Kef auver was snuhherf vh
he went into New York state to
campaign for the ticket. Though
the Republican Mayor of Syra Syracuse,
cuse, Syracuse, Donald Mead, appeared at
the Syracuse press club to greet
nuaurar, aji uemocrats were os ostentatiously
tentatiously ostentatiously absent.. When Ben
Wetzler, executive secretary of
the New York state Democratic
committee, went to Syracuse to
greet Kefauver, Mike Pendergast
Democratic national committee committeeman,
man, committeeman, actually ordered him back
There was a complete and de deliberate
liberate deliberate Democratic blackout on
the man who had worked with Ste Stevenson
venson Stevenson to defeat Harriman at
KENNEDY LOOKS TOWARD 1960
Another man who was defeated
at Chicago is also shunning the
area where he could really win
votes able youni Sen. Jack Ken-
nedy of Massachusetts.
After the Chic 1 (0 convention.
Kennedy told Stevenson's cam
paign manager, Jim Fmnegan,
that he would campaig. Finne Finne-gan
gan Finne-gan asked Kennedy to give him
about 10 days to lie up various
tours and he would then keep him
But in the interim, Kennedy
booked his own speaking engage engagements
ments engagements to help various senators
around the country with sn eye
to 1960. Now he isn't available to
speak in his home state, Massa Massachusetts.
chusetts. Massachusetts. Every political ob observer
server observer in Massachusetts pre predicts
dicts predicts that a hard-hitting campaign
by Kennedy could probably swing
it to Stevenson, but the young sen senator
ator senator who came so close to the
vice presidential nomination teems
to be looking ahead to i960. His
father is determined that his son
shall be the first Catholic vice
president in history.
Another Democratic hassle de developed
veloped developed when Stevenson's Broad-
said, 'What committee meeting Is. way brain trust, including Louis
Nancy Kelly New
TV Star In Play
NEW YORK. Oct. U (UP
Nancv Kelly will star in a new
production of "The Pilot," the TV
drama that was postponed when
actress Margaret Sullavan disap disappeared,
peared, disappeared, it was announced today.
"The Pilot," Originally sched scheduled
uled scheduled for CBS-TV's "Studio One"
on Oct. 8, has been rer'-H"'''l
for Nov. 12 on the same program.
The initial production was can cancelled
celled cancelled at the last minute when
Miss Sullavan failed to turn up
for the telecast. She explained
later that she did not feel up to
pisvmt? the role CBS has sine
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that?' He then went on to explain
that it was the finance committee:
that he had received an urgent
wire to come into Washington for
a meeting of the finance commit committee
tee committee which . said that you
would oe there.
"From that point Stanford pro
ceeded to tell me of 'our plight'
I 1LT 1 !J ...
in iieve.ua ana sua mat campaign
contributions had dried up; that
they had not been able to raise
more than $10,000 for Young; that
two weeks age he seemed to be
20,000 votes behind; that he may
have picked up 5,000 votes but was
still running behind and needed
"At this point I broke in to
Stanford's conversation and said,
'Mr. Stanford, there must be some
error; this is Senator Gore speak
ing and I'm a Democrat.'
"You can imagine how flabber
gasted he was, and finally mut
tered something about my voice
sounding exactly like the voice of
the senator to whom be had been
talking. Of course I made no in inquire
quire inquire as to whom he may have
talked. In fact, I asked no ques questions
tions questions at all. Stanford did make
some remark about having a
brother who ran a paper In south southern
ern southern Nevada. That is the only clue
I have to his identification as he
did not give his first name either
to me or to the girl who took
Senator Gore attached a post
script to his letter explaining that
he frequently gets phone calls that
are intended for Senator Gold-
water of Arizona.
TURMAIL AROUND ADLAI
The Stevenson high command is
still churning with a certain
amount of internal dissension.
Cowan of the $64,000 question
Alan Jay Lerner of "My Fair
Lady," Oscar Hammerstein, au author
thor author of "Oklahoma!," "South Pa Pacific"
cific" Pacific" and other top bits; and Her Herman
man Herman Wouk. author of "The Caine
Mutiny," proposed that Adlal chal challenge
lenge challenge Eisenhower to a debate, If
Ike refused, then It was proposed
that Adlai should challenge the
"real president of the United
States, Sherman Adams." Or, as
an alternative, it was proposed
that Stevenson challenge all of the
White- House triflmylratEUea.
hower, Adams, and Arthur Law'
son, undersecretary of labor and
so-called "architect of the new Re Republican
publican Republican party." But William
Wirts, Stevenson's taw partner,
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Be Behind
hind Behind the Screen: May Wynn may
win again after going around in
ircles on Hollywood's career ca carousel.
rousel. carousel. "The Caine Mutiny" spun
gorgeous May to fame and then
sudden obscurity as "the youngest
has-been you've ever seen." As
che tells it:
"I got lost in a coupl. of bad
films and then waited for a year
nmi a half wkiU still under con
tract, but nothing happened. Then
mv rffntratt ended ana I was
free and I ve been working in
picture and telefilms ever since."
It's a second big break for
May as the feminine star of Jack
Webb s new weekly NBC-TV tele telefilm
film telefilm series, "Noah's Ark." May,
you may recall, adopted her char character
acter character name in "The Caine Mu Mutiny"
tiny" Mutiny" and then almost changed it
back to the original Donna Hickey
when she was accused of "reach "reaching"
ing" "reaching" for publicity. But now
ahe's happy as May Wynn.
"No matter how you spell it,'
she laughs, "it comes out right."
For Five Year. Vivian Vance
has hppn lalkinc about adding ad-
other bathroom to her home near
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! SHUN SUIT Girls who
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S approve of this long longed
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vears she's been nnttino it
off while spending most of her
ume in Hollywood emoting in I
This summer, when Vivian re returned
turned returned heme, her neinhharx rala.
brated the occasion with the p
sent ation of that extra "bath "bathroom"
room" "bathroom" she's always wanted the
fanciest Chic Sale outhouse you've
ever seen. It was wrapped as a
gift, with a big red bow, and a
;'For the Girl Who Has Every-
Quote worth noting from Vic ;
Mature as ne pouroq nimseit a
Scotch at his Genoa hotel the oth
er day: This is about the only
exercise I take apart from putting
my arm around a girl s waist oc
Sir Laurence Olivier may tele
brate if London reports are true
when Marilyn Monroe wigRles
out of his acting life. But MM's
Bus Stop leading man, Don
Murray, wouldn't mind working
with her again. "Really, every
Thing ran very smoothly on the
set I was amazed," Don told me
on the set of "The Bachelor
Hollywood gold he's wanted
by almost every studio in town
means little to Don, a dedicated
actor who believes the stage is
the actor's medium. His film ca
reer blueprint: 'Till never do a
movie I personally don't believe
is a good picture.
Frankie Lainee swingin' "On
the Read to Mandalay" these
days, but you'll never catch him
on the road to rock 'n' roll. Perry
Como joined the craze for a coo
pie of records, but not Frankie,
who says he's had it.
"People said, c'Oh, no, not
Frank' when I stomped around
seven years ago as a jazz singer.
Then Johnnie 'Ray came along
with the hysterics. Now it s Elvis
Presley, and tomorrow it'll be
someone else. Nobody lasts, noth
ing lasts. You just try to grow up
and 1 think I ve grown up with
songs like 'Jealousy,' 'Grandma'
and 'Lucky Old Sun."
Friendly Persuasion a la Holly Hollywood:
wood: Hollywood: A film producer-writer received
a telephone call from an out-of-work
After discussing the weather,
the actor said:
"I'm net calling about a lob,
although I haven't worked in
ages. I'm just writing a letter to
my mother end I'm wondering
whether you will help me out.''
"I'll be glad to," sad the studio
man. "What is it?"
The actor struck, the right, de despondent
spondent despondent tone as he said:
"Tell me, how do you spell
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bride of Ralph Erwin Malcolm,
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E.
Malcolm of East Meadow, Ions
Island, New .York, at a candle candlelight
light candlelight service.
The Rev. Jesse K. Renew per performed
formed performed the double rinz ceremony.
In the absence of her father, tbe
bride was given to 'marriage by
the Rev. William Baldwin.
Mr. Frank JDe Geer, organist,
played the traditional wedding se selections.
lections. selections. White gladioli decorated
the altar and they were tied to tbe
pews with satin ribbon. The bride
wore a waltz length gown of white
Chantiily lace over white nylon
which as made by her mother.
Her shoulder length veil was held
by a coronet of seed pearls and
sequins. She carried a white or
chid on her prayerbook.
Mr. William Dunning was best
man for the grrom. The ushers
were Mr. Thomas Jordan and- Mr.
The the reception which followed
the ceremony was held at the Rec Rectory.
tory. Rectory. The ladies assisting at the re reception
ception reception were Mrs. Jesse K. Re
new, Mrs. John Wilkerwm, Mrs.
Rafael de Boyrie and Mrs. Albert
For her going away costume,
the bride wore a blue silk dress
with a white orchid corsage. Aft After
er After spending a few days at the Ho
tel EI Panama, the young couple
have returned to the Atlantic Side
and are now making their home
Mrs. Malcolm Is a graduate of
All Saints Junior College to Vicks-
bure, Mississippi, and Mr. M a 1
colm graduated from Cristobal
High School, and is employed by
the Panama Canal.
Income Record Set;
Production Up, Too
As Wages Are Hiked
Winner of Atlantic
J Winners at the bridge games
T 11 111 UUU U J nil illlc Hi tUC
; Margarita Service Center by the
Atlantic Rrirlpp ( lnh wnrc i fo
tows: North and South, Mr. WalJy
Gibson with Mr. Julius Loeb; sec second
ond second Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Mills,
'paujjh. East and West, first, Mr.
Augusto Kam with Mr. Herbert
Delgado; second, Dr. and Mrs.
Hartman and third. Mrs. Htyden
Jones with Mrs. Julius Loeb.
A n t o n e interested to playing
bridge is cordially invited to come
out any Monday evening at 7:15
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
A Sensational Singing Quartette
TWO ORCHESTRAS PLAYING CONTINUOUS MUSIC FROM 9 P.M. ON
WASHINGTON, Oct. 18 18-(UP)
(UP) 18-(UP) The national income rose
to a record annual rate to the
second quarter of this year.
The government last night re re-parted
parted re-parted the record increase occur occurred
red occurred despite a slump to automo automo-sales
sales automo-sales and farm earnings.
It also disclosed that Industrial
production In September climbed
back up to last December s re record
cord record rate as a result of sharp in increases
creases increases in steel production' and
iron ore output.
Government economists esti estimated
mated estimated today that industrial pro
duction win set a new record this
month and should continue rising
lor tne rest 01 the year,
bile sales and farm earnings.
A commerce department sur survey
vey survey shewed that combined rate
for wages, salaries, corporate
profits, rents interest and farm
income in the April-May-J u n e
nod rose $3.1 billion, or one per
cent, ever the) first quarter.
If continued for a full., year,
this would amount to a record
$324 billion last year. This second
quarter rate was up $16.8 bil billion
lion billion last year. The second quarter,
rate was up $16.8 billion over
corresponding period of 1955. an
increase of five per cent.
Higher wages and salaries were;
mainly responsible for the upswing.
W i tta B W. -TiuB nr n ly ijN
RECEIVING LINE AT COFFEE FOR MRS. R A MAGE Shown at a coffee given Saturday
morning by the Albrook NCO Wives Club in honor of Mrs. Edwin M. Ramage, wife of Albrook e
Commander; from left to right, Mrs. Richard T. Lively, Mrs. Ann Dominguez, Mrs Ramage I
and Mrs. Marge Klass, president nf the NCO Wives Club.
SPECIAL CLEARANCE SALE
This week only
Prices drastically reduced on
DRESSES, due to new ship shipments
ments shipments arriving soon.
Dresses from $4.95
Others reduced to I price
25 Discount on Cocktail
NO EXCHANGE NO RETURNS
I. L MADURO, Jr.
Moved By 'Urge Ex-Marine Hacks
Wife, 2 Kids To Death, Surrenders j
ST. PETERSBURG Fla. Oct.
18 (UP) An ex Marine with
"an urge to kill'' hacked his
pregnant wife and two children
to death today after being awak awakened
ened awakened by his baby's pre-dawn
Police said James Burmeister,
28, power company lineman, ad admitted
mitted admitted the butchering of his
cuffed and taken to jail, where he
fell asleep after he was placed
to his ceu
He told detective Lt. Earl New New-berry
berry New-berry later that he "just had the
urge to auaca as his wife bent
over the baby's crib to calm the
crying child. He said he jerked
us wue awav from Mar
dark-haired wife, Mary Rose, 32,1 crib and stabbed Mrs. Burmeister
and the cnuoren, j a m e s, am me inroat.
months, and Marilyn Wilhelmina,
"I got out of bed with a sudden
urae to, kill." said Burmeister. "I
just tried to kill them the fastest
wav I could.
Burmeister, who has been under
psychiatric treatment, said be
grabbed a Marine combat knife
he brought back from World War
II and started stabbing ms
The screams from the upstairs
apartment awakened neighbors
who called police. Officers James1
Shearer and R. L. Stokes were
met at the door by Burmeister,
clad in his undershirt and shorts
and still holding the bloody knife.!
"I just killed my wife audi
i ,, i.i i i'
Eras, ne loio uie omcera.
The patrolmen pulled out their
pistols ana ordered Burmeister
to. drop the knife. The lineman
surrendered meekly, was nand-
Her husband turned next ea
Lir1sl.py?uyed son ,na ld
mm to the throat and back. Then
SaJTSf bft S crib "d
Newberry said Burmeister had
been under mental w ....
wound in the stomach. Police said
he was intoxicated at the time he
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noted ai aic a ehalltnje would
Meanwhile the Eisenhower pro propaganda
paganda propaganda machine functions with
clockwork precision. When the Eis Eis-enhower
enhower Eis-enhower special train left for
Cleveland. Jim Haaertv w itrnm
at the station nracticallv tiuHn
newsmen into bed.
First he tucked In the PrttMmt
after makine sure nhntncrinhi
Cot all the shots they wanted and
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iu uie ugui puses, men ne wenc
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every newspaperman to discus
inside angles, human interest, and
personality stones. For about two
hours Jim "confided" to the press.
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Minnie ftMdr Circle
Of Pint Baprtrt Church
The Minnie Reeder Circle of the
First Baptist cnurcb, Balboa
Height C Z.. met on Tuesday,
Oct. 16; at 7:S0 p.m. First meet meeting
ing meeting of the new year of the Wom Wom-asn's
asn's Wom-asn's Missionary Union with their
new Program Chairman, Mrs. Wil-
1: .. r .. v.
Mrs. Daile D. Keigley presented
a chalk drawing depicting the
hymn for the new year with Miss
Sara Watkins singing and Miss Ju Judy
dy Judy Beeby at the Piano.
The Misses Ruth Schjeveland
and Jean Utile of the Gospel Mis Mission
sion Mission Iwion who are located in
rampant, Republic of Panama,
w e on the program.
Mice Srhirvfland is a former
Canal Zone resident and member
i ast Baptist cnurcn ua
has returned to the mission field
Ladies present for the meeting
. T. I Unnnn
WCi'C ttiesaames reiensuu, iiui
Faroes, Beeby. Slaughter, I eke,
P'ririnson, Stevens, Gibbs, Davis,
Terry-, Ramey, Luyk, Keigley,
Buffington, Kelly and Cotton and
Miss Regint Thomason, Ella
Pease, San Watkins and Judy
Ft. Clayton NCO Wives
u i c.u.,r Hallowren Partv
The Fort Clayton NCO Wives'
Club will sponsor a Halloween
Carnival on the second floor of
building 95-A at Fort Clayton be beginning
ginning beginning at 7 p.m. Oct. 31. All pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds Will go to the Fort Clayton
Activities will appeal to all age
Thpv include a soAin na
- I'll 41 1 1 1
ride in wtucn cnuaren mrougn ine
age of ten may participate; a
witches ride, fun bouse, ring toss,
fish pond, dart game and ghost
walk. There will alto be Bingo, a
chamber of horrors, doughnut and
apple bobs, sling shot games, a
pumpkin house, fortune teller, pen
ny pucn ana outers.
Music will be provided by the
79th Army Band and refreshments
will be served.
(Continued on Fare t)
Credit Union Day
To Be Observed
At St. Joseph's
Credit Union Day will be ob observed
served observed tonight at St. Joseph's
snecial meeting of all the mem
bers of the Credit Union study
groups atsocitted with the
A program in keeping with the
occasion has been organized, tin tinier
ier tinier the direction of Carlos Laza Lazarus.
rus. Lazarus. Special guest for the meeting
will be Adolfo J Arrocha M., exe executive
cutive executive secretary of the National
Council of Cooperatives; Mrs.
Ofelia Hooper and Mrs. Luzmilda
B. de Ceballos of the Department
of Cooperative Education.
The meeting will begin at 8,
p.m. and the general public is
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (UP)
The chicken a la lung served in
the Tappen Junior High School
cafeteria is fit for a queen. Don
ald Taylor paid 17 cents for a nsh
of the chicken casseroie ana wuna
a $400 diamond ring buried la it
Citizens Get Pickled
CHICAGO (UP) Six citizens
got plastered or stiff, but mostly
pickled today as part of a traffic
safety experiment, sponsored by
the National Pickle Packers As
sociation to illustrate the idea that i
'if uAii must ffpt nirklpH whpn vnn
drive, get pickled on pickles."
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USED CAR LOTTERY
LOOK at the CRAZY PRICES
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'H Ford Fordor ., 1SS
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52 Ford Club Coupe 650
'12 Pontiac Station
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'53 Plymouth Tudor 195
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER lg, 5
Social and Otlt
Ft. Clayton Service Club Plan
i.igo Shew, Street Dance
c;iip hnw and street dance
sponsored bv the 534th Military
n.iT mill hp held in
front of the Fort Clayton Service
Club on Tuesday night, Oct. 23. be beginning
ginning beginning a: 8:So p.m. Music will be
provided bj the 79th Army Dance
Talent to be utilized in the stage
how includes Sgt. Hank Dauphin
Of the 518th Engineers at Fort
Kobbe and Sgt. Eddie Edwards of
the 903rd AAA Battalion. Edwards
as the All-Army Taient Contest
winner from Fort Clayton.
Other highlights of the show will
include Gra.ce Lombano, popular
young singer from Balboa; t a p
dancer Levi Eselyn; and Roslta
Barcia, Spanish tap dancer.
Refreshments will be served and
all military personnel and civi civi-iians
iians civi-iians are invited to attend.
Need lots of pep?
Gambca Union Church
Will Hold Annual Baxaar
The Women's Auxiliary of the
Gamboa Union Church will hold
their pre-Christmas Baxaar F r i i-day
day i-day evening Nov. 16 at the Civic
A ham dinner will be served,
beginning at 5 p.m. The tariff will
be Si. 35 for adults, 60 cents for
children under 12 years.
There will be a general country
store, fish pond, sweets shop,
-i i ii. i M-hitP olpnhanl sale. SOu
jjiam aim ,.. i
I drinks will be on sale.
Two Baby Zebras
ARUSHA. Tanganyika, Oct. 18-;
jfUPl-A "bring 'etn back alive : .
; hunter offered Princess Margare, MprtTir IflllS
!her choice of pets today from cor- -
GOLDEN EYES Look deep
into the eyes of actress Connie
Towers, and they should look
like this $ $ She's just had
her pretty blue eyes insured by
Lloyd's of London for S100.000
because she's been named the
girl with "the most star-studded
eyes." That's the opinion of a
Hollywood eye surgeon who
scanned portraits of some 300
girls before making bis selection.
The juices of 8 different, garden
fash vctetablet are blended into
this famous drink. Youngsters lovo
ita lively flavor, and thrive on its
it am in-packed
goodness. At meal mealtimeor
timeor mealtimeor between
sntals V-B givei
them the refresh refreshment
ment refreshment they want,
ad the nourish nourish-aaant
aaant nourish-aaant they need.
irals containing a cross-section oi
African wild life.
After looking over elephants,
rhinoceroses, giraffes and os
triches in August Kuenzler's game
rmc th Princess chose two
I iT i i ,.,... I, tV,o M-irl-
and white striped poplin dress she
iwore. She plans to keep them at
I The princess nearly ran Into
trouble when a baby rhinoceros
charged its native keeper while
; she was standing close by. The
I oal nf t.h rhinoceros nen was
hastily closed, at t h e princess's
suggestion. No one was hurt.
Open With Army
Vacancies in the positions of
electricians, electrical line m e n
and electric cable SDlicrs fro"1
! sub journeymen through lead
ers for both U. s. and non-U. s.
citizens have been announced
bv the Civilian Personnel Division
Applicants must meet Civil
Service standards and, i.i additon
are required to be capable of
driving commercial vhicles up to
Applications should be sumitt sumitt-ed
ed sumitt-ed to the Civilian Personnel Divi Division.
sion. Division. USARCARIB, Drawer 45,
Like Cooking; She
I MEXICO CITY, Oct. 18 -(UP)
' Mrs. Maria Luisa Godoy, 23,
1 said today she tried to kill herself
because her husband didn't like
her cooking. She took poison after
an argument with her husband,
Antonio, 26, when he refused to
eat a meal she had cooked.
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ea aauvei-ea by nans to tha attice. Notices of
meetings canoe be acceptes by
Local Author Will Speak
at natural riis.ory Meaty
fsnama tanai Aa.uiai History
Socie.y will noiu iis 29th meeting
at me uoigas inbuiuic, i diidinu
City, at a:uj p.m. uci m.
iiic speaker ol the evening, K.
V. vuuuu, out of uur long iirne
memoei'b, uueus nu inurouueuon
.u mosu of our meinbir. he wui
ipeaK on uie sybjeci Uaa J on on-gie
gie on-gie cnaiac.ers i have met."
ue has ior niiiiy years taught
science in me Caual Zone scnoois.
As a hunger and explorer, Vm Vm-tcii
tcii Vm-tcii has spent a great deal oi
ume m o-r tropiui junjies,
WMtt ne uas met with many
veiy odd "judgle cnaraciers" une
ot inese, 'ajnoy,'' a i r o g oi
large mmensions and aimotiu in in-sauaoie
sauaoie in-sauaoie appeute, spent 7 years
ic v.innn "fuesi- after ineir
meemmg in tne jungle. Anotier,
a large ooa cuusuicwi naiueu
Oscar, has Deen keptfor 18
years, ana is stiu gomg surong:
What these two characters con con-sumea
sumea con-sumea auring their stay with
Vinion would alone make quite a
story in fact a single meal for
"Smoky" was so unique that it
made ihe Irog famous through
liie pages of National Geographic
One project that Vinton started
to aeiei'mme tne life span of the
smoky jungle irogs, lasted for
two and a naif years, beginning
with come pees and ending when
the last irog uied aitei growing
to approximately one nau inc
size oi "&moky." H
Vinton's many accomplishments
as an author need not be reviewed
here, as they were covered by the
locai papers quiie recently, at the
time oi the publication of his
dook of true jungle tales have a
treat to vvhicu tney may look
lot warn: i
"Smoky," in a rather "pickled
condition, and "Oscar ", quite so sober
ber sober and active, will be at the
To this meeting members may
invite guests, especially those in
terested in becoming members of
Atlantic Side Music Club A
The Atlantic Sid Music Club
will meet this evening at 7:30 at
the home of Mrs. C. J. Gems, No.
8203 A on Sixth Street in Mar Margarita.
garita. Margarita. Piano selections wili be
played by Mr, Norman Slade fol
lowed by a short Dusinwe meeting
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wood Plywood Plant recently are shown here. From left to right: Eugene K. Deer, president of the club; Mr. Roy Hammac presi president
dent president of the Panama Plywood Corporation; Lydia Czapek, R. E. L. Brown, Mrs. Hammac, Mildred Neely, Harry Boland Faye
Minton, Sadie Haigh, Monica Farley, Katherine Clark, Frank Cunningham, Gertrude Garni, Margaret Boland Adam MaTlecL
Regina Thomason, Delia Cucalon. Lema Derr, Albert Miller, Florence Mallett, William N. and Betty Hornlsh
Chorus will meet this evening at
the USO JWB at 7:30. There
will be a rehearsal of music for
Thanksgiving and work will be
started on music for Christmas.
Anyone interested In this type
of music is invited to attend.
Because of its proximity to the
Dean's Tea, tomorrow's meeting
of the Morning Guild of tht Ca Cathedral
thedral Cathedral of St. Luke has been
postponed one week.
The October meeting will take
Rushed To Gorgas
A retired Panaam Canal local local-rater
rater local-rater was rushed to Gorgas Hos Hospital
pital Hospital yesterday after suffering
what appeared to he a stroke.
Leonel H. Oscar, a former res resident
ident resident of Red Tank, was confined
to Ward 10 after being taken to
Gorgas from his Radio Cite
home by his relatives.
Doo;ors had not completely
Chorus Moots Tonight
place at the Bishop's House at 9 diagnosed Oscar's ailment up to
a.m. on Friday, Oct. 26 mis morning.
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The Fort Kobbe Youth Council
and Co-Khairmen Evelyn Smith
and Ida Rasicot have announced
plans for the Kobbe Halloween
carnival which is to be held at
Howard Field's Hangar 3, Oct. 31
At 4:30 on Halloween, the judg
mg cf kiddies costumes will lm
tiate the opening ef the program
of fun with Lt Col. Ralph E. Rose
acting as Master of Ceremonies.
Cash prizes will be awarded for
prettiest, funniest and most origi
nal Halloween get-ups. with cos
tume aspirants, ages 6 months to
12 years-old, promenading to the
music of the 79th Army Band. A
special stage is being furnished by
the Post Special Services
TurloAC -Tap tha unntact mill a
, piAW V .. U vv.l .I.U. ni W
bachelor officers and non-eommis
sioned officers choien by the com
Other children's activities will
include a Fish Pond Booth con
structed by Hqs. Co., 1st Bn 20th
Infantry, along with a Fortune
Telling Booth, Dart, Ring and
Bowling games. Prizes for every
small-fry participant have been
procured by the committee mem members,
bers, members, Ida Rasicot and M a x i n e
Post teenagers under the super supervision
vision supervision of Mrs. E. Smith, will con
duct the children's activities. All
the children's games and contests
are free, with the exception of the
Fish Pond, which will cost five
cents a catch.
Also featured for the kiddies will
be free movies, provided by Hq.
Co., 1st Bn., and under the super supervision
vision supervision of Mrs. Roberta Morrisey.
In order to ease the handling of
the crowd, script money win be
used instead of cash. The script
has been prepared by Lt. Col.
Rose of USARCARIB G 1 section,
and will be sold from several
"script tables" under the supervi supervision
sion supervision of Mrs. Doris Noyes, Treasur Treasurer
er Treasurer of the Youth Council. Her as assistants
sistants assistants will include Maj. and Mrs.
R. Peralta, Lt. Col. and Mrs. John
G. Appel, Lt. and Mrs. Richard
Cator, Capt. and Mrs. Sam Smith
and Maj. and Mrs. Norm McCar-
Since everyone is uiviiea tor
supper, both the Officers Club and
NCO Club from Kobbe are spon sponsoring
soring sponsoring food concessions. Assisting
will be food service personnel and
equipment from Hqs. Co., 1st Bn.,
and Medical Co., of the 20th In Infantry.
fantry. Infantry. Ekiting fare will fill the
ice cream on deck.
Six "Wheel of Fortune" booth!
will feature as prizes 100 hams,
100 turkeys and 150 toys, and also
200 home-baked cakes.
The Ham and Turkey booths are
being sponsored and decorated by
the Kobbe Officers Wives' Club
with Mrs. Ruth Kennedy heading
The Toy booths, featuring ma-
ny large, unusual and interesting
toys, are being sponsored by the
NCO Wives' Club under the lead
ership of Mrs. Maxine Simmons.
The Wheels of Fortune are be
ing constructed by the 937th En
gineers (Jo. (IAGS) at Fort Kobbe,
and the booths are being con
structed by Hqs. Co., Tank Co.,
Medical-Co. and Co. A, all of the
20th IMantry and the 551i Engi-
neer Co. IAGS) and the 51!th.-E
gineers from Kobbe.
Cake booths are being sponsor
ed and decorated by the Kobbe
Distaff Organization, the members
of which are furnishing all tha
home-baked cakes, under the co coordination
ordination coordination of Mrs. Mickey Bogle,
distaff president, and start. A spe special
cial special prize will be awarded the luc
ky cake donor whose name is se
lected by chance.
Another attraction for the eve
ning will be the Bingo booth. This
booth is being constructed and
sponsored by the 8716 A.S.A. 01
Kobbe, with the cooperation of the
NCO Club. Assisting in running
the bingo will be SFC Robert A.
Fiscus, Co. H; SFC George
Moore, Svc. Co; and Donald H.
Courier, Hq. Co., all of the 20th
Not to be overlooked in the prep
aration for the carnival are the
many harrassed husbands who
have tirelessly helped to make the
occassion a success.
Proceeds from the carnival will
defray the expenses of the tradi traditional
tional traditional Christmas Party for Kobbe
Capt. Joe Flores S-2, 20th In
fantry Regiment, is the chairman
to co-ordinate the various activi
Traffic and pedestrian control
for the gathering will be provided
by the M4lth MP Platoon, with a
First Aid Team on hand from
Medical Co. of the 20th Infantry.
Publicity for the carnivat is be
ing handled by Mrs. Betty Griffin
with the assistance of ihe Kobbe
PIO, the draftsmen of S-3 Opera-
menu with hamburgers, hot dogs, tions, and artists of the I and E
sandwiches, coffee, soft drinks and Section.
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y DONALD S. ROCKWELL
In what used to be the Stuyve Stuyve-sant
sant Stuyve-sant family's carriage house on
v..et th 'it.rMt. rate X.c.ioisan
offers the jaded dinner- out the
tao-X unsual scoop in ixer xuir
Tassing the kitchen, guarded by
. rfachshnnri and a noisy
parroi, one enters a dining room
w'iA mosaic floor and walls.
tl.lr.il tin mirrnrs The Ornate
ceiling and tall Austrain stove of
porcelain lend an old World
touch. The marble topped tsD-fc-
are guiltless of npery. In
this odd atmosphere, the lood is
ambrosial th3 fileS mignon a
ci'inary triumph and the roasi
"No Time for Jseargem;. i
rollicking frace about the mis misadventures
adventures misadventures of an air force draf draftee
tee draftee from the Deep South w-th
pienty of sown to -earth humor.
Charles Hohman in the stellar
role, able assisted by Myron Mc Mccormick
cormick Mccormick and Roddy McDowell,
on a high note of hilarity.
At the Wellington Hotel skill skillful
ful skillful decorators have created an in inviting
viting inviting cocktail lounge in antique
pine with blue Chinese
...ollnonar and the trulv delight
ful adjoining Medallion Room for
d ning W an atmospnen ui m"-
r.ecness without garish display,
n. v.foi,tv nf this room with its
gold drapes and black patent
feather armchairs has been en enhanced
hanced enhanced by three large P61,0!
mivi-nrsH Ulllirps mottlMl lllW
marble Execellent Amrican cui cui-g'ne
g'ne cui-g'ne arid courteous service under
th watchful eye of BOD leava
nothing to be desired.
Gifted Irish star Siobhan Mc Mc-Kenna,
Kenna, Mc-Kenna, with strong support from
lan Keith and a capable cast,
brings to Bernard Shaw's "Saint
Joan" a fresh, vivid interpreta interpretation
tion interpretation of the Maid of Orleans that
stirs the emotions while making
the life of Joan of Arc seem
close and real. A truly great perfor
of a dramatic masterpiece.
For lovers of luxury the Persian
Boom in the Plaza Hotel has al always
ways always stood well at the top, with
superb food in elegant at mo
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Ava Gardner neeoea a grass
skirt for her new picture, "UtgiJ
i-.b Hut in which she
stranded on a desert isle.
Would a little old Hawaiian
skirt do? Not for the movie
moguls. So they had no one
less than famed Parisian de de-aigner.
aigner. de-aigner. Christian Dior, whip up
the skirt and bras outlkt that
Ava models above.
Jack Webb Resigns
Sell to 2d Divorce
HOLLYWOOD. Oct. 17 (UPV (UPV-Jack
Jack (UPV-Jack Webb, wh6 as Sgt. Joe Fri Friday
day Friday on lo tvisiu'i lias t-o.toe get getting
ting getting a steady girl, announced to today
day today tnal in real liic he can't keep
Webb disclosed that his saconJ
venture into matrimony had gone
cn the ro.-r w.i i e ecfcfctJ of
actress Dorothy Towne to seek a
o-vorce alter a marriage oi it
The marriage just hasn't
worked qut." Webb announced at
NBC television stud'os where be
makes the 'Dragnet" series.
'Dorothy is a fine girl and I
have the deepest respect for her,
hp saiil. 'Bi t it is sense C-S to
remain together when we are un-;
happy. We tried very hard tot
make a success of tne marriage.
Webb said that lawyers were
working on a property settlement
nrriiminaiv to the fiiinS of a di
vorce by Miss Towne. He indicat
ed terms of the agreement prooa prooa-bly
bly prooa-bly would be kept secret.
sphere, richly beautiful Persian
ciecor. sensational dance music
and the best in entertainment.
Currently, lovely Lisa Kirk has
u wnnino" the elite after
dinner and in a midnight show
with her delightfully novel pre presentation,
sentation, presentation, gay patter, coquettish
manner and enchanting personali personality
ty personality ToH siraoipr sineine nianist.
with the brilliant dance rhythms
of his ace orchestra alternates
tals. Eartha Kitt is the next
He and the willowy actress were
married in Chicago in February
1955, neariy two years after he
was divorced bv sineer actress
Julie London who received a $350,-
Mice Tntvne and Webb had no
children but the television star has
two daughters by his former mar
rtisa Ktarv fi and Lisa. 4.
Wehh hlameri thr breakuD 01 ni
first marriaee on the pressure of
his work ana 1 r l e n a s saw me
camp rauRp miv have been re
sponsible for the failure of his
Tn arlriitinn tn slnrrnc In. direct
ins nH nrmtitpini! "Draenet"
Webb this year is writing, direct
ing and Droducins a secona iv
epripc Nnah's Ark He also
made several movies in recent
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-nn Allen Jackson Commen
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6-30 Telephone Hour (WRUL)
7:00 Goon snow
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8:00 Elizabethan Theater
: 30 Take It From Here -J:
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a "no" Blo-n Cvn Alarm Clock
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hv nhone till 7:00)
7 '30 Morning Salon Concert
: 15 Church In The WUdwood
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:15 Sacred Heart
9:30 Paris Star Time
10:00 JENNIFER'S JOU R N A L
(Cutez and Odorono)
TtfFVOS AIRES. Oct. 18 fUPI
Three thousand carrier pigeons
worth an estimated J3ft.O0O rt'ed o,
asphyxiation today. The pigeon',
in thpir parrrine baskets. WtTI
placed aboard a railway car that
was to have taken fiem to a con
tri Thp pr w rlojpd he-met
ically and the birds died enroute
from lack of air.
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6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORT8
REVIEW Pabst Been
6:30 Top Tunes of the week
7:00-Thirty Minute Theater
7:30-VOA Report From US.
8:00 Music By Roth
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10:30 Cavalcade Of America
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ponent was doing. South played the dummy and was never aWt
a low trump from d;mmy. exnect- to take the diamond finesse. lit
ling East to produce the ace. As a lost a trick in each suit, going
result, South never won a trick in down one. 4
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Put yourself in the West seat for
the play of today's hand. You see
only your own hand and the dum
my, just as in a normal game.
You begin the defense by lead leading
ing leading the king of clubs. Your partner
follows with the deuce, and South
i drops the queen. What do you
When you have picked your next
lead, see if you agree with the
rpasnninff nf Paul AUincer. of Al
ameda Calif., who held this hand
in a recent Los Angeles tourna-
Ai'iinger assumed that his own
hand would win a club, a neart,
ind a trumn If cn thp contract
would be defeated, provided that
his partner could win a diamond
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plarpr from finessing throueh
whatever East had in diamonds.
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my to try a diamond finesse?
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linger could see, was the ten of
spades If given the chance, South
would surely lead a low trump
tmvai-rk dummy's ten. This would
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tract by putting up tne, ten
spades from the dummy, but
didn't realize what his crafty
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Odds Makers Say Top College Grid Teams To Have Easy Time This Week
Sports Briefs Athletic Club, Junior College
PANAMA AMERICAN AH INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Oklahoma, Michigan State,
Georgia Tech, Ohio State
Head Selection Of Winners
NEW YORK, Oct. 18 (UP) New York odds odds-makers
makers odds-makers say the top college football teams should
have an easy time this week.
Their first betting line for the j Four games are rated dose.
A???. t.-.nfcwi nk. Pittsbureh and Duke are even
Second-ranked Michigan State
is 14 over Notre Dame ... Third Third-ranked
ranked Third-ranked Georgia Tech 13 Au Auburn...
burn... Auburn... Fourth ranked Ohio
State 15 over rW5Wj;.
Fifth-ranked Texas Christian
eight over Texas A-and-M...
Sixth-ranked Tennessee 21 over
Alabama ... Seventh ranked
Michigan 21 over Northwestern
Eighth-ranked Mississippi 14
over Tulane. .and Ninth-ranked
Southern California 13 over
Washington. Tenth-ranked Bay Baylor
lor Baylor is idle.
Chiu In JWB
An upse', of seeded table ten tennis
nis tennis player Alien Chiu of tne
White-Green Table Tennis Club
of Panama was the only sur surprise
prise surprise of the third night of the
USO-JWB ping pong tournament
last night. Chiu was beaten 17 17-21
21 17-21 21-17, 21-19, by Ramon Ra Ramirez
mirez Ramirez of the Esso Club of Pan-
U& other seeded players came
Defending champion George
Gi annum. a four-time singles
winner, got past two oppo opponents
nents opponents Hans Neumann, 21 21-14
14 21-14 21-16; and Antonio Howell,
24-22, 19-21, 21-13.
A total of live players won two
games in the third round of the
Annual competition, two In tne
military division and the others
in the civilian brackets, Lt. Staf Stafford
ford Stafford beat Francis Lewis, 22-20,
18-21, 22-20: then followed UP
with a 21-18, 21-19 win over Lt.
Nesbitt. Alfred crlmmins drop drop-ned
ned drop-ned F. G. Anderson, 21-16, 21-16;
and Earl Grubb, 21-17, 21-18.
Arthur Joseph stopped W.
Griffith, 21-4, 21-5; and Joaquin
perurena, 21-2, 21-14. Reglna d
Seal's won over Lamont Gill,
21-16, 4-21, 21-19; and Juan de
la Guardia, 21-18, 26-24. And
Walter Chandler halted Ralston
Kirton, 21-16, 21-15; and Alfre Alfredo
do Alfredo Clarke, 18-21, 21-19, 21-16.
A capacity crowd saw the
The other results:
Howell, before his dismissal by
Grsnnum. over Alvin Hamilton,
21-19. 21-18; Alfredo Clarke over
Vincent Sampson. 21-10. 21-14;
Alfonso Small over Ramirez,
surprise winner over Chiu, 21 21-1,
1, 21-1, 21-16: Eduardo Dominguez
over A. Iriesias, 24-26, 21-8, 21 21-17"
17" 21-17" Harold Daniels over Frank
Durham by forfeit: Fred White
over Kicardo Barretto hv forfeit;
John Ng over Kenneth Blan Blanched.
ched. Blanched. 71-19. 21-14; Stanley Hall
over White, 21-16. 21-11: Joseph
over John Brackins, 21-5. 21-13;
Robert Huie over Antonio Aus Austin,
tin, Austin, 16-21, 21-15, 21-18- and in
a military set Lewis over
Franklyn christman by forfeit.
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money. Brown is one point over
Pennsylvania. .Texas one point
over Arkansas... ana uaniornia
one point over U.C.L.A.
In the only major game Fri Friday
day Friday night, Miami of Florida
rates 13 poirits over Georgia.
In the East, Harvard 10 points
over Columbia. .Holy Cross four
over Dartmouth. Princeton six
over Colgate. .Syracuse four
over Army... Yale 14 over Cor Cornel!
nel! Cornel! ... and Navy 17 over Cincin Cincinnati.
nati. Cincinnati. In (he South, Maryland eight
over North Carolina. .Kentucky
six over Louisirna State... and
Vanderbilt seven over Florida.
In the Midwest, Missouri 14
over Kansas State. .Minnesota
seven over Illinois . Purdue
seven over Wisconsin. .and In Indiana
diana Indiana four over Nebraska.
In the Soulthwest, Houston
seven over Oklahoma A-and-M
. . and Southern Methodist five
In the Far West, Oregon 13
over Washington State... and
Stanford eight over Oregon.
TOKYO, Oct. 18 (UP)-The
Brooklyn Dodgers landed in To Tokyo
kyo Tokyo today and tunrned the
world's third largest city Into a
Thousands of persons crowd crowded
ed crowded the -Spectator ramp at To Tokyo
kyo Tokyo International A i r port
when the Dodgers, defeated
by the New York Yankees in
the World Series, arrived for
a 20-day exhibition tour. They
got a royal welcome seldom
accorded visiting dignitaries
at this much-traveled airport.
Forty beautiful, kimono-clad
actresses from the Daiei Motion
Picture Studios greeted the
Dodger team as it stepped down
from their plane. Among them
was Kyo Machiko, best known
Japanese actress in the western
world. She was wearing western
Hundreds of school boys waved
their hands frantically to at attract
tract attract the attention of their base baseball
ball baseball idols.
The Dodgers, used to the
baseball frenzy of Brooklyn,
were startled by the enthu enthusiasm
siasm enthusiasm shown by the torrid Ja Japanese
panese Japanese fans.
They lined, up before the
plane in a drizzly rain for a
photo-taking session wtlh a huge
banner reading "Welcome Dodg Dodgers"
ers" Dodgers" spread out In front of
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NEW YORK (NEAl The
here-today Tucson tomorrow
golf professionals are placing a
few new stops on their travel
As long as a local chamber1 of
commerce has money to put up,
the pros will be there. So when
the city of Barcelona, Spain, an announced
nounced announced it was running a 225.000
peseta ($5,625) Spanish Open,
the pros promptly announced
they1 would compete, jimmy
Demaret, George Fazio, Bob Tos Tos-ki,
ki, Tos-ki, Jim Turnesa, Al Besselink,
Vic Ghezzi, Chick Harbert and
Walter Burkemo will be in action
over "El Prat," a new Barcelona
course, Oct. 25-27.
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PARAISO 6:15 8:05
BERKELEY, Calif. (UP)-The
finest of all U.S. Olympic games
teams, following a somewhat dis
appointing track meet here Satur
dav. today moved on to Los An
geles to begin concentrated train
ing for the 1956 Melbourne Games
But while the crowd of 15.000 in
California's Edwards Stadium
would have liked to have been
witnesses to some world record
performances, the coach of the
squad, Minnesota's Jim Kelly, was
not so unhappy.
"It was about what we expected
after a three months layoff," said
Kelly. "We've got the time to
work witht he team and we'll do
alright in Australia."
BUENOS AIRES (UP)-Eduardo
Lausse of Buenos Aires, an olt-
standing contender for the world
middleweight crown last January,
was in retirement today.
He hung up his gloves because
of Saturday's technical knockout
defeat by countryman Andres Sel
pa, who won Lausse's South Amer
ican and Argentine titles.
WASHINGTON (UP) Calvin
Griffith, president of the Washing Washington
ton Washington Senators, has been Invited to
a meeting with Los Angeles coun
ty supervisors to discuss the pos-
tbinty of shifting the American
Griffith received the invitation
Tuesday from- a group headed by
supervisor Kenneth Hahn, who
met with him during the World
Series. Hahn also discussed the
proposal with Walter O'Malley,
president of the National League
champion Brooklyn Dodgers.
NEW YORK (UP)-A special
committee will review more than
350 track and field, swimming and
weight lifting records set b
American athletes during the pasi
four year when the National AAU
convenes for its annual meeting
at Los Angeles, Oct. 3 Nov. 2.
It is the largest number of rec records
ords records submitted for review in the
69 year history of the AAU.
Hangs on Sling,
CAMDEN, N.J., Oct. 18 (UP)
-.The life of Swaps, a million
dolsrs' worth of horseflesh,
hung today on two metal rods,
a sling and some plaster and
The items make up a specially-designed
Swaps' broken left hind leg
and a rig to keep it two inches
off the floor of his Garden
State Park stall.
The cast, devised by Dr. Jac Jac-oues
oues Jac-oues jenney of the University of
Pennsylvania Veterinary Hospi Hospital,
tal, Hospital, has immobilized Swaps'
maimed leg from the hock down
to promote healing and prevent
recurrence of last Sunday's bad
bump which aggravated a still
tender bone break below the
On it, depend life and recov recovery
ery recovery for the chestnut colt, world
record-breaker four times and
foui'th highest money-winner in
American racing history with
earnings of $848,000.
Swaps, 1955 Kentucky Derby
w'nner, was reported resting
c m f o rtably by his trainer,
Meshach Tenney. But Tenney
admitted that additional in injuries
juries injuries or further aggravation
of his present plight, could put
the thoroughbred on the criti critical
cal critical list.
A source close to the situation
corroborated a statement by
Tenney that Swaps was not in
"any immediate danger." The
source added that a wait and
see attitude must be adopted for
the next "few days" to see
whether any complications de develop.
velop. develop. Swaps' racing future still
would be in doubt, even if he
pulls through the present crisis.
Center Theatres Tonight
I DIABLO HTS. 7:00
FrL "Rawhide Years"
"WORLD OF NEWS"
Fri. "A Kiss Before Dying"
MARGARITA 6:15 1:25
"A GUY NAMED JOE"
Fri. "Battle Stations"
, Ruth Roman
Fri "Riding Shotgun"
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 8:25
"Trouble In The Glen"
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BULLDOGS' COACH AND CAPTAIN Ross E. Anderson, in
his third year as football coach at the Pacific Side school,
learned his football from Dr. Eddie Anderson at the Univer University
sity University of Iowa. Anderson was a guard on the Iowa teams of
1940, 41. After a hitch in the Air Force he finished up his
football playing in 1947. Kenny Morris was elected captain of
the Bulldogs by his teammates prior to the Jamboree and has
served as the leader in the games all season. Kenny, like his
coach, is a guard and has played consistently good football
this year. He will lead his teammates in their game with
Cristobal tomorrow night at Balboa stadium in quest of an
upset victory for the Red and White.
World Series Portion Bigger
Than 2 Previous Full Shares
NEW YORK, Oct. 18 (UP)
AiLer all these years, Enos
Slaughter finally knows what
thev mean when they say It's
great to be a Yankee.
Slaughter, with the club only
since Aug. 25, was voted three three-quarters
quarters three-quarters of a World Series share,
$8,538.10, and the traditionally
generous Yankees also handed
out 32 other full shares of $8, $8,-714.76
714.76 $8,-714.76 apiece in the official dis distribution
tribution distribution today.
The leas open-handed Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers Toted only 28 full shares,
each one being worth $6,934. $6,934.-14,
14, $6,934.-14, an all-time high for a de defeated
feated defeated World Series team.
The three-quarter share given
by the Yankees to the 40-year-old
slaughter was even bigger
than two full winning shares he
collected from the St. Louis Car Cardinals
dinals Cardinals earlier in his career. Old
Enos picked up $5,573.78 when
the Cards bealt the Yanks in the
1942 series and a meager $3,742 -34
when he starred in the Car
dinals' 1946 triumph over the
At that, Slaughter almost got
a full share from the Yankees
Originally, the Yankee players
voted the veteran outfielder a
half share. Manager Casey Sten Stengel
gel Stengel felt Slaughter should get a
full share and the matter was
left open to question when the
Jerry coleman, the Yankees'
player representative, came to
baseball c o m m 1 ssioner Ford
Frick before the second game of
the series and said because the
story about Slaughter's provi provisional
sional provisional share had "leaked out,"
the Yankees had held another
"We held a meeting and we
want to reconsider our vote,"
Coleman told Frick. "We want
Slaughter to get three quar quarter
ter quarter of a share."
Charles Segar, secretary of
the commissioner, said that
Frick told Coleman he had no
"He only emphasized that his
office would not approve a re
duction in anybody's snare alter
the original -vote," Segar.said.
Of the 32 full shares voted by
the Yankees, 24 went to players
who were wtih the club all sea season;
son; season; four full shares went to
steneel and his three coaches,
one to trainer Gus Mauch, and
a full share apiece to Irv Noren
and Phil Rlzzutd.. Noren was on
IV l I W t I 111
A GREAT ITALIAN FILM!
GI ANNA MARIA CANALE
Renato Baldinl Irene Pap
-r r r- r r D a
$1.10 per Car!
Dolores Gray in
'Em Game Tonight
the disabled list a major part of
the campaign and Rizzuto drew
his unconditional release on
Aug. 25 to make room for
In addition to Slaughter,
rookie Norm Siebern and Pete
Sheehy, the head clubhouse
man, eaeh received three three-quarter
quarter three-quarter shares of $6,536.10.
Half sham of $4,357.39 wort
voted to George Wilson, who
went to bat only 12 times for
the Yankees, and Jerry Lumpe.
Another clubhouse man, Pete
Previte, received a q u a r ter
share, while four other players,
Sonny Dixon, Jim Coates, Ralph
Terry and Bobby Richardson, re received
ceived received one-fifth shares. Still an another
other another fifth of a share was di divided
vided divided among groundskeepers and
other field employees.
Only 22 players were voted
full shares by the Dodgers. One
of those was inflelder Don Zim Zim-mer,
mer, Zim-mer, forced out for the season
during July when he was hit by
a pitch. Manager Walt Alston,
his three coaches and the train trainer
er trainer also were vetted full shares
whUe Brooklyn's World Series
hero of 1955, Johnny Podres,
now in the Navy, was given
Half-shares of $3,467.17 went
to part-timers CWco Fernan Fernanda
da Fernanda and Dale Mitchell, and
quarter shares of $1,733.53
were voted to Dixie HoweU and
For second-place money, the
Cleveland Indians received full
shares worth $1,649.05 and the
Milwaukee Braves $1,598.32. A
iuti third place share was worth
$1,112.75 to the Chicago White
Sox and $1,185.25 per man to
me Cincinnati Redlegs. The
iourth place Boston Red Sox
each got a full share worth
$505.71 and the cut with the
fourth-place St Louis Cardinals
amounted to $602.03 apiece.
In the only other baseball
events yesterday, the Kansas
City Athletics hired ex-Yankee
outfielder George Selkirk as su supervisor
pervisor supervisor of player personnel,
and the Detroit Tieers nurrhas-
ed third baseman George Risley
nom sacramento ol the Pacific
Best Of Three RP
To Start Tonight
The first of a three-eame vol.
Ieyball series between the paral paral-so
so paral-so All-Stars and the Los Borgos
Club of Panama wiU be played
tonight at 7:30 in the Santo no-
mingo sports club.
It will be a best two-of-three
series with the second eame
Saturday at the same gym, and
a third game if necessary
Another game next Wednes
day wUl pit Panama's champs
Evinrude against a select team
of Latin American students
from the Albrook Air Force
Base's LAmerlcan School.
BRAND NEW DEAL
UNIVERSITY PARK. Pa
! Tonight the Green Knights of
the Chagres have scheduled an
exhibition game wKh the Athle Athletic
tic Athletic Club of Balboa.
The Athletic Club was defeat defeated
ed defeated by the Balboa High School
Bulldogs by a score of 19-6 and
fought to a 7-7 deadlock with
the Tigers of Cristobal. The Jun Junior
ior Junior College boys were defeated
14-0 by the Tigers and downed
7-6 by the Bull Dogs. On the
basis of season record versus
common opponents, the Rams
will be a slight faovrite having
lost one &nd tied one while the
Junior College team was drop dropping
ping dropping two.
The Junior College's "Whi "Whi-Kids,"
Kids," "Whi-Kids," lifltle Joe Cicero and lit little
tle little Frankie Smith, wil lsee but
limited action against the big
AC gang. Fred, Raybourne, Billy
Coffey and Dave Hllliard are
nursing minor injuries and will
be used sparingly.
Charley Morris, rugged JC
fullback, who has been sidelined
since the Jamboree is ready to
go, but will probably be kept on
ice for the second round of the
scholastic league which will get
underway on Friday, Oct. 26,
with JC meeting CHS at Balboa.
The probable starting line-ups
G. Harris, lt
J. Haris, rg
Officials for the evening will
be: referee, Lew Hilzinger; um umpire,
pire, umpire, Larry chance; field judge,
Joel Carter; and head linesman,
Game time will be 7:00 p.m.
Over 350 Attend
And Splash Party
Over 350 people attending the
El Panama "Skin Divers Splash"
party Tuesday night, besides en enjoying
joying enjoying the aquatic games and
dancing, were treated to an ex exhibition
hibition exhibition tennis match featuring
European champion Sevn Da Davidson
vidson Davidson and Ulf Schmidt, both
members of the Sweden Davis
Cup Squad. Davidson, who last
week won the Pan American
Championships held at Mexico
City, defeated Schmidt, who is
the current U.S. indoor cham champion,
pion, champion, 7-5, 6-2.
Upon completion of the sin
gle's play Bill Hele of the Canal
Zone teamed with Davidson and
were defeated by El Panama's
pro, Johnny Sapp and Schmidt
in a doubles match, 6-4.
Davidson and Schmidt are on
their way to Chile to participate
in the start of the South Amer America
ica America Tennis circuit.
Eddie Herr, president of the
Miami Beach Tennis Association,
traveled with the players from
Mexico City to Panama to com complete
plete complete arrangements for the sec second
ond second annual Panama champion championships
ships championships to be held here February
Herr promised Joe Cunning Cunningham
ham Cunningham and the tennis committee
(headed by Dick Dehlinger) that
the coming champio n s h i p s
would be packed with some of
the world's leading players. Pan Panama
ama Panama has been given the honor
to start off the "Florida Inter International
national International Caribbean circuit" play
which consists of play at Ba Ba-rranqullla,
rranqullla, Ba-rranqullla, Kingston, Florida,
Montego Bay and San Juan,
To Have Preliminary
The scheduled Oct. 24 basket basketball
ball basketball game between Latin Amer American
ican American cadets of the Fort Gulick
Army School and Guaracheros
of Colon will also have a stellar
Prior to the 8 p.m. feature
game, the Rainbow city. High
School will meet the Guarache
ros, Jr. a farm team for their
hardwood big brothers. That
game will begin at 6:30. The
next Wednesday night contests
are for charity, with the colon
chapter of the Panama Red
Cross receiving proceeds.
SflRbrfllBBSJ. iSS. m
Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT
IT'S A DEAL Sugar Ray Robinson appears much bigger
than Gene Fullmer here but not a few believe the challenger
will cut the champion down to his size when they box for the
middleweight title at Madison Square Garden, Dec, 12.
CUBS GET NEW MANAGER New members of the Chicago
Cubs baseball team's front office officially install Bob Sheffing
(seated) as manager of the club in Chicago. Sheffing, former
catcher for the Cubs and last season s manager of the team's
Los Angeles club, was signed to a one year contract. Left to
right, standing: John Holland, vice president; Clarence Row Rowland,
land, Rowland, adviser to owner Phil Wrigley. and Charley Grimm,
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THYRSDAT. OCTOBER M. 195
Yankee Cycle Never Ends; Wind Up With All The Money, Men
By HARRY GRAYSON
1 .dflC feHjjSjhk jjr 18
THE MASK OF
- Also: -THE
DOUBLE THREAT loan Walsh takes Eleanora Sears' Ksar d Esprit over a high jump in
S reparation for the National Horse Show at Madison Square Garden, Oct. 30-Nov. 6 Blond
oan assists her father, Mickey Walsh, in training steeplechasers She has brought her moth
r's Basilia to a point where he is challenging top leapcrs eligible for the $50,000 Temple
Gwathmey Steeplechase at Belmortt Park, Oct. 17. The little lady is handy to have around.
Who Said Heavies Are Dead?
Moore Just KO'd A Wr
NEW YORK (NEA) Luck
couldn't, hold that long 22 pen pennants
nants pennants and 17 world champ.oa champ.oa-.
. champ.oa-. snips in 3S j ear so the Yankees
must have a vastly super. u uia-,
For the New York Americans,
the cycle never ends. Mow can!
it, when a Joe DiMaggio follows a'
Babe Ruin and a Mictey ataftttel
bobs up .m si wiicn DiMafgiO is
thinking about caning it a career.
How many times in all baseball
history has a club possessed suc-
sessive shortstops like Frank
Crosetti, PhU Rizzuto and now
Gil McDougald? Or a Yogi Berra
fresh on toe heels of a Bill Dick
Yankee scouis seem
1. ....... U... 1 L !UT
Thov timo i pi In rm'nminnnrl B I
screwball or a strange character.
When one does show up with the
Bombers, he comes from another!
major league organization. Ano
he immediately is either put in j
line or snipped round
Th. Yank.., h.. more disci !0Ltth?,I Ad."""
pline than any other outfit, which j ctg552f,
is not the least reason for
- Also: -ALL
Robert Mltchum Genevei
Dana Andrews Linda
SHOW 8.30 P.M.
and His Conjunto!
- in -FANTASIA
DEADLINE, U.S.A. I
- Also: -JOE
s oSeBill Dickens Cops Amador
Golf Club Championship
OUT OF DOORS mth
an 86 to beat Tr'fene's 18, 1
tourney were All in all, most of the match-
k-;! completed Sunday. es were nln and tuck in what
The r-JiamDionsliin flight of 36 could be termed ideal weather.
They were first' to inaugruratc'n0les was won y R"! 81 '. D lwnlch prevailed throughout the
Iho nw.lr.inin c..nn schrvil I ens OI IDB 1SU1 uwwin. tuuiiaiucni.
which has paid them rich" divl ho defeated C. J. Murphy of
dends. There Casey Stengel and Balboa- A the first turn Mur Mur-the
the Mur-the staff have more time to stress : Ph5' was. four a A1'
instruction. It is there that the while Dickens had played the
youngester learns the proper exenlne in regulation except ror
cution-how to make the double! going one over on the lucky sev sev-play,
play, sev-play, the cut-off play, etc. That's! enth. The back nine was closely
one explanation of whv mistakoslcontested, but Dickens managed
kill opponents of the Yankeea.
Navigation far tha Angler
Br JIMMY BRESLIN
mi 11 v stunned around to see Jim
I Norris at his. International Boxing
A thor. Cluh offices. D'Amato arrived just
ouX invei"gatioB into even th!as Norris was making motions to
ougn myesugauun u r M ffi or a World Se-
"Stt3TZZr&EZ-Ei Cos. who never really
nrnAireri some invaluable infori has admitted that
matlon for boxing fans.
Tiu.ru has not been a neavj-
weight title bout for 13 months,
but that doesnt't mean the division
has been devoid of action. Care Careful
ful Careful probing shows that the title
picture is shaping up more clear clearly
ly clearly each day.
For example, Archie Moore
dropped Into Ogdeti, Utah, where
he took on a wrestler. Jtoiessor
Roy Shire, in a much-ballyhooed
(by Archie) "supreme test of
who is better, a fighter or wrest
ler. Arerile won by a knockout m
He also decided to get married
Mil ce on a' ckmpaigrl to have a a-iy
iy a-iy title bout held in California
Tn now York Cus D'Amato ft-
there is any
th,na in the world ouisiae ui
of boxing and Floyd Patterson
his fighter,' hadn't heard there wa;
wnrirt Series. Fiercely intent on
the business at hand getting the
Moore match arrangea-uis was
readv for a day-long bargaining;
session. His brain was itching for
a good workout with Norris. Jim
wanted to see the ball game. Cus
nodded vaguely when Norris men-
tir,oH Iho Rrnnklvn lodgers
WVIIVU v. ...
"What have they got to do with
Patterson." he asked.
Ami Patterson reDOrts. frorl
Greenwood Lake, N. Y.,
j Arrhle Moore
use it every day," Floyd says.
Th Mnnre Patterson bout h ex
that his n.tei tn take nlace in late No
I I in . L 1
-.iTTTIvr nvR i TITLE WORD after another and whatever
EF5 BFranK wWQOOte. unquote by Mrs I dna
.iv. ,vr rawv should even tliniK oi re
2?5 "ZIh. rSev should even
&tin the '57 Derby. Won Saturday's Futu-
tJS e big league winners before a
ball was pitched.
Dunninger, you can have him.
ritpo ARE PEOPLE .Some of our best fiends are hot-do?
nrSull-Mn catehers aifd first-base coaches like Jake Pit er,
vendors 0ui1-rrtncax.ne13a1.1u talents in the
and if tne ians wm.i w w -. tn ,,hem. what
cash ana converuoieo, c .. ,.t
i mon v... miri iHr trets a soecial dav set
we can't unaersianu bw-;-j52 ::ta nftt nnh-
r-piphrated broken right hand is vemher or. oerhaos. a month lat
in top shape now. ITe is giving H!er The site and date are the sub sub-nnitu
nnitu sub-nnitu s workout, too. i lopt of considerable debate. D'A
" I L, T.-,
"I m earning to piay pooi, so,imato sees cnicago, uie aite
prefers as a place mtested Dy non non-soblins
soblins non-soblins aad worse yet, ose
Iriends of Jack Kearns, who has
more than a trifling interest in
Cus doesn't like to fly. He would
prefer taking a 15 cent subway
ride or maybe even a buck cab
from his 14th Street headquarters
to Madison Square Garden rather
than a mmvi hour Pullman hop to
The only sound touch to the
The Yankees wound up with the
long end of the World Series swag
and prestige, as usual. More im
portant, they finished with all Kfj
men required for the immediate
future. The Dodgers, on the othe."
hand, require considerable r r-building.
building. r-building. The Yankees' most important
development of the year was Mc
Dougald as a shortstop. Manager
Stengel wisely tried the versatile
MeDouglad at shortstop on the
trip to the Orient last fall, where
be could do no harm while ex experimenting.
perimenting. experimenting. Professor Stengel
in. i . i ii
lura wnai ue saw, ana wnue
others were failing in the spring,
01' Case knew he had his guy
right in the party.
A) the ouUst this year, Sten
gel hoped to have four depend dependable
able dependable pitchers in Whitey Ford,
Bob Turley, Don Larsen and Tom
my Byrne. When the fast
to gain one more hole on tne
Mutphy was having punter
trouble and Dickens continued
to play ste;dy par golf to close
out the match on the 28th hole.
A fine young golfer, Dickens has
been a perennial contender in
Panama Area Armed Forces and
Caribbean Armed Forces play in
The first flight matched
Chaplain (Col.) H. F. Donovan
of Amador and Lt. Col. H. W.
Post of Quarry He'ghts. After
carding a bad 45 on the front
side against Donovan's 31.
Poet took charge and evened
tbe match on the 15th. The
two rema'ned deadlocked un until
til until the 18th, where Donovan
wedged a beautiful third shot
to the green and sank a birdie
putt to take the match.
All the winners and runners
up. phis Capt. W. H. Gross of Al Al-brook,
brook, Al-brook, the medalist, received
silver awards from Col. R. W.
Now, find a second pair
....... mams vu oegrees around
T meuwpiu horizon (right or ten), sav a rfnrlc
rishmg Editor that visually stands in front of a
(dead tree. This is a secoid fix
PROFESSIONAL guides on big land your weed bed is at the point
lakes can unerringly return to where two imaginary lines drawn
Uf c.mn knt cnAt rl.ir .ft. rl i .1 u
.... 0...... .. .j,. j r i, U,J lse oojecis would cross.
auu uie a ailing in usu. mvyuv
you've wondered how in the mid
ate oi nowhere he can anchor on
Amador Post com- i0" same 8vel br or weed Dcd
The tournament committee
wishes to express its apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation to all of the golfers who
participated for their coopera cooperation
tion cooperation and sportsmanship. The
chairman of the committee, Lt,
Col. Post, thinks it is worthv of
na. taht the rules committee .vpt. (rv ,:.i u,.
was called upon to make onlv JTSiSL g.ei-r'ent?dby
ruline. in rontrnTersv 1 1 i..rJ
If no shoreline is visible a chart
and compass are obviously neces necessarybut
sarybut necessarybut most inland lakes have
marked horizons which can
point you like a homing pigeon.
All you need are two separated
pairs of distinctive objects on the
same shore to get a precise fix.
one ruling, m a controversy,
during the tournament. This
fact revealp that all players re
familiar with the rules and are
abiding by them.
, 1 i
formof cash and convertibles, we say
.. j mli.r mt iinimrp
.cftnl Si u.rM hooted one by n6t pub
Slyonoring BabTpineiiT. who was retiring after more than 20
vears during which he worked 3400 games without a miss In do do-Tnsn
Tnsn do-Tnsn baseball wotild have salut.-d the man. as well as the cnrl cnrl-Staatat
Staatat cnrl-Staatat he served so long f d
possibly the gesture might have iraplrediothei
to don the somber blues, though there must be at least 4692 easier
ways to make a buck.
THE LONG GRAY UNET7.lt was more gray than long after
the Michtean shellacking, and the backfield didn't look too re re-SLiSSSnbS
SLiSSSnbS re-SLiSSSnbS Armv didn't figure to win this one as a cer cer-tiintv
tiintv cer-tiintv but even less did it figure to be splattered what
hSned' win" thete were all those fumbles, eight, and the Ca Ca-diMovered
diMovered Ca-diMovered only two. Fumbles usually mean cheap touchdowns,
and K what happened at Ann Arbor. It happened last year.
S when thf Wolverines recovered sever i Army s four
for TD's. But that game was played on a muddy f teld Vat W&
Saturday the weather was like Larssn. Perfect. So why all the
rv witvfsS REPORtTT. Chick Meehan, the old Syracuse
hhie fwtfK see the game and testifies as follows: "To begin
with, I nevCT sawn Army team that was ; so tense. Thte .was par par-tiriitarlv
tiriitarlv par-tiriitarlv true of Bob Kyaskv, the new quarterback. He would fum fum-We
We fum-We Xout bg hll : the ball simply rolling off his hand as he
was starth g al Both sides fumbled in midfield in the first
StSfS Wolverines recoverd, the Cadetjdito
the ball game With more comnosure and better luck the Cadets
might have made it close, but that's all Michigan had bigger guns
d more of them.". .Mr. Msehan then vo unteered 1 h predi -Hons:
(V The Cadets will beat Syracuse this week, (2) they will
lose to Pittsburgh Nov. 17.
NOW IT CAN BE TOLD... It was with some hesitation that
Fred Haney took command of the Milwaukee Braves last som som-mer
mer som-mer H. waan't sure he wanted the headache, and besides, he be
lieved Charley Grimm had handled tne ciuo compeienuy
The final persuaaer came iram wnmu u p""re
M th niiteoina manager. "I kno"
Charley Root (pitching coach) and that's important to me. He
took the job because of me, and I don't want to see anything hap
pen to him .That was typical of urimm.
On the way out, his main considen-t'on was that an old friend
remained on the pay roll.
PROTHYFAX Turning back Holy Cross. 43-0. Penn Rtate,
as might be expected, had nothing to kick about, and-din't. Holy
Cross pimtad nine times, the Lions not at all. Mississippi out out-trushed
trushed out-trushed Vanderbilt 202 yards to 3. in what can only be described
as a revolting diaplav of muscle. Princeton 34. Penn 0. Maybe the
Quarters had it better under Stassen s victory with honor pro pro-gnm
gnm pro-gnm at that. Our corn belt scout writes that only fat-headrsss
can Ireep Mlchian State from another unbeaten season, and rates
the Pnartans three TD's superior to Notre Dame in Saturday's
feature "Th. Irish have line trouble and too many sophs," our
bird dog adds, "but should get better as the season grows older."
DOTS ALL. The humility of horses ,1s touching. Nashua is
the rtcbest in the world but to look at him you'd never suspect he
had a dime. One Pater Brogan of St Benedict (N.J. ran 199
vards on four successive plays to score a TD in a high school game
"last week. Runs of 54 snd 65 yards were nullified by penalties,
then two uDblemishd dashes of 17 and 63 flnaHv got the young youngster
ster youngster Into pry dirt W cot' Cn't wr't to s:e the Dean story on TV
l?t n!"it. imWne or? letdown rhen it turned out to be some someone
one someone 1 never even heard oi. There can only be one Dean etory,
William Duffus of Rodman
ballsi Naval Base souared off with
Larsen sputtered, Roger Williams of Balboa in the
Kucks and Tom second flight Duffus gave warn-
in? of things to come by win winning
ning winning number one wtih a birdie,
but Williams came back to even
the maftch on two. Xt this point
something happened, because
the end of the nine holes found
fbuffus leading- by five holes. The
final nine was much more close closely
ly closely contested, but Williams could
of Turley and
Sturdivant picked up the slack.
They were badly needed, for
Byrne wasn't what he was last
Kucks had pitched just one sea
son man league before coming
out of the armed forces to the
Yankees in 1955. Sturdivant is
in turning your head from one
to the other you can't tell wheth whether
er whether you are between them or not.
Let's gay you find a fish filled
weed bed: look back at the hori horizon
zon horizon and find two marks fht co
incide say a ?' .he-shaped tree
Whenever you go out on the
lake all you have to do is line'
up the globe-shaped thee with
the barn and continue along that
fix until th.e dock lines up with
the dead tree. There you are
over the same weed bed.
rule you have 360 degreef l
izon to work with, aacf-.
vi uuiuuii 10 wul K Wit l. am
plenty of marks tn ehoaaa frni
flag poles, buildings, fences, all
types of trees, as well as the con.,
figuration of the lake itself-W
points, sandbars, rocks, and arlaF 0
grasses. If you fish the same
lake often, the marks are easy to
LUBBOCK. Tex fNEAl Omm
Syracuse which stands near the shore and'Bentley, 240-pound fullback and
oiggest man on the Texas Tech
football team, has run the 100
tootoaii star Jim Brown com- barn some distance nehhw! It
peted in five varsity sports at these are in line, you have one
Manhaiset, N.Y., High. fix.
yard dash in under 10 sends.
a reformed third baseman who:not overcome his opponeftt's
just prior to May 15 was unani-lmMter of the puttier and Duffus
raously elected the mdividui v,.,,!,,
mnmi 1 L J i. J lww J
uuob iuru iu Uf UUl UUWI1 10
get the club within the player
You buy. that
Kucks bogged down a trifle tn.
whole affair seems to be with the ward the end but Larsen, aban-
Winner of the third flight was
Maj. M. C Chester of Amador,
who defeated Balboa's K. E.
Bennett. The lead changed
hands three times and wound up
tSjJS' St?te? 1 all even ait number 18. Chester
mng low-hitters m early ust Ume un with a perfect second
shot on the 17th and dropped
his putt to go ahead. He parred
the 18ih to clinch the match.
fighters. When you dispose of all
the confetti with which Moore sur
rounds himself, you find out he is
staying in steady shape, training. Turly get the idea from Lar
quite a bit and dropping Into San gen, and you know what hap hap-Diego
Diego hap-Diego or Tucson for a quick It i pened in the World Series After
round bout every now and then. Sturdivant gave a magnificeri T f,irm fiiaht rant s
I demonstration of clutch pitching, w mith nf Fort rlavton and
more Larsen turned in the perfect S,rST h, t ehman of the 15th
boxegame. and Turlev would still he ?KC ,Hh Srr!"i 2 .V1!..
rinrlinc u,itti rim i.vTi-- h.i wavai UISUICI OWMVU it uui, at
ffi cliiw Labu.neT a,a fairly even pace with a little
S i' aHU,?hter J2ck! give here and take there. Smith
Robinsons drive, which he should toeether a steadv 43 and 37
Patterson is doing a bit
than playing pool, too. He
four days a week at bis training
camp with big Garvin Sawyer
Cincinnati heavyweight. The mer
fact that he is in training ramp
and has been for a month
speaks for itself.
Patterson is a newly wed and 1956.
this training camp routine annearsj
to '" lapped onto his honey! so. the
Kucks came back to make
i.o beat Lehman's 45-38 and win
that the Dogers hd
hitting altogether lor
But Floyd flatly says
complain about it in a
Yankees came nut nf
I uie world series with a readv-,
made pitching staff that figures
he won't to make the American League!
magazine1 race more lopsided than ever in!
I know you'll keen
NEW YORK (NEA )- The
Yankees had just lest their tec
end straight to the Dadgert in
th ms World Series, but Yogi
Berra didn't teem worried.
"There's tomorrow.'' ha said.
'Newcombe pitches far them."
"What do you want, alt the
best of it? Alston it ttaring
Craig," he wat told.
Yegi't eyt popped a nf
Craig beat them.
This year, the Yeakeet had
just been blanked by Clem La La-bine
bine La-bine and Berra quiely undress undressed.
ed. undressed. "This isn't last year," he was
told. "Newfc geet tomorrow."
Th catcher tmiled with Hi
guy and continued dressing.
The box tcer told the rest
the flight, 2 up.
Balboa's W. H. Essllnger and
Mbrook AFBs Maj. O. A. Trt Trt-fnne
fnne Trt-fnne traded holes time and
time again in the fifth flight
and made the turn all even.
After numerous "Alphonse and
Castata" act the match set settled
tled settled down to a steady contest
and Essllnger wound up with
Smoot & Paredes
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Houn 8 to U. t0 8
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After hours Pan 3-705U
Automobile. Fire, etc
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Balboa Service Center
SPECIAL COLD WAVE
Mondav Thru Thursday
Tor U.S. personnel and their
On Cancer In Mice
WASHINfiTON Oct. 18 (UP)
Scientists today reported the
discovery of a new antibiotic
which has proved effective a a-gainsi.
gainsi. a-gainsi. cancer in mice.
Thev warned there is no evi-
rlpncp vol that It Will be any ncip
in human tumors. But they said
it is a hopeful new indication.
that the wonder drugs may some
day provide man wnn an e"-
Live weapon against cai.cer
The new antibiotic, Anlazopep-j
tin, was unveiled at the iourthj
annual bvmposium on Anuo.uucs
here. Several hundred experts
from the United States and
nine outer nations are taking
pari in three day conierence. i
Researchers lor Lcderle Labo
ra.onr.s, a u is.oii ot uic Ainen-
can Cyi'naniid Co., said alta0pcp-,Tne
tlll was isolated from an OOSVUie
s.ram of the same soil bacteria!
which have pioouted established 1
Wilis in c slrepiomytin
l)r, James H. Williams, assist
to the uirecior ol Leuerie, said
tne orug was found active against
experimental cancer in mice.
Some transplanted tumors slop slopped
ped slopped growing. Others withered a a-way
way a-way anu some even disappeared.
Coll Me, 'Mrs1;
MEMPHIS, Henn., Oct. 18 (UP)
A married Negro woman sought
in a complaint to police headquar headquarters
ters headquarters today to force ofifcers to ad address
dress address her with the title "Mrs."
Mrs. A. M. Briscoe, 35-year-old
school teacher, in a letter to Po Police'
lice' Police' Chief J. C. MacDonald com complained
plained complained that officers who halted
her for speeding called her
"Annie.' She said she was entitl entitled
ed entitled to be called "Mrs. Briscoe."
Macdonald said he "knew of no
w?y to force the men to do that
it's up to them."
She said the officers insisted on
using her first name as shown on
her drivers license and when she
objected she said, they called her
a "smart"' Negro.
Just as they were moving her
o a rw.'d car. she said, a police
!. r-!,ir: drove up and stopped
TTp ar r-t but he rent'ert to order
his men tn address her as "Un."
OSk, I . . - - - -a--a.- -m -a ,.a. .. a. . ...a-e - - -aa --- etaar
I Itmt N.. 11
AgtMiu Internal. de Publicactenea
no. s umm
Central Ave. ii
PHILLIPS Oeeaniide Cottages,
Santa CUra. lex 435. Balboa.
Phone Panama 8-1 877, Cristo Cristo-bal
bal Cristo-bal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
Beach house. Ona rail past Ca Ca-ina.
ina. Ca-ina. Phon Balboa 1866.
Baldwin's furnished apartmaMi
at Santa Clara Beach Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.'
BEACHSIDE vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel'i comfortable houses.
Phone Thompson. Balboa 1772.
Spand your week ends at Rio
Mar, the bait bathing baach in
the Republic, with all conveni conveniences.
ences. conveniences. Madarata prices The new
management ii anxiout to serve
BOX 2031, ANCON.C.Z.
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
THE CURUNDU POST RES RESTAURANT
TAURANT RESTAURANT offers invitation to
bid on contract to operate a
TAILOR SHOP in Curundu, C.Z.
Prospective bidden are invited lo
visit tha operations. Bids should
ba submitted in duplicate, in
sealed envelopes properly identi identified
fied identified on the outside, and enclos enclosed
ed enclosed in another envelope address addressed
ed addressed to the Installation Officer for
the attention of the Post Res Restaurant
taurant Restaurant Officer. Bids will be
opened at 1400 houn en 25 No November
vember November 1956 in the Post Res Restaurant
taurant Restaurant Build. ng. For further in information
formation information call Curundu 6205 or
The Panama liner Cristobal
was scheduled to sail from New
iorx tms areernoon with wjjas-
senkers for Cristobal. Thirty
seven passengers were npoKea
for Portw&tj.prince, Haiti.
The complete advance passen
ger list for Cristobal follows
Miss Helen Bacon; Mr. and
Mrs. LcRoy V. Black; Mr. and
Mrs. Kendall Buck; Mr. and Mrs.
Claude E. Dobbins; Mr. and Mrs.
Early; Mr. and Mrs. Lionel L.
jEwing; Mr. and Mrs. Walter
iForsberg; Mr. and Mrs. George
D. Fraunf elder; Miss Beth Gan-
'nrirv Mr onri Mrs Samuel nla'
Mr. and Mrs. Grant B. Holly;
Gerrit Joudtra; Mrs. Claire B
(Knapp; James M. Little; John
W. Litton; Theodore F. Lonp-iand
wood; Mi, and Mrs. George E.
u)ve; miss Genevieve Maiey; Ar-
thur Morgan; Mr. and Mrs. Otis
C. Myers; Mr. and Mrs. Ju"us
Naab; and Mrs. Hazel F. Nail
John W. O'Connell; Mr. and
Mrs. Jose A. de Obaldia; Mr. and
jMrs. will K. price; Mr. and Mrs.
Albert saarinen and daughter;
Roy L. Sanker; Enrique C. Sitt;
Reginald C. Smith; Miss Louise
Sonderman; Miss Josephine M.
Sprague: B. W. Taylor: Mr. and
Mrs. Richard J. Tomford and 2
rhilriren- Mr anrl Mrs Rnhprt
Truman; Mr. and Mrs. Henry
p Velte; Mr and Mrs Howar(i
L yyentworth; and Miss June
From Ya Courtroom;
Park Was Locked-Up
RICHMOND, Va., Oct. 18 (UP)
u s 4th Circuit Court of Ap-
npak has iinhlH thr rtlsmitsal nf a
desegregation suit against South
Carolina's Edisto State Park be-
cause the park has been closed
"Under such circumstances the
case becomes moot and its dis dismissal
missal dismissal was proper," the court
said in upholding a dismissal
ruling by Federal District Judge
Ashton H. Williams in dismissing
Four Negroes brought the suit
against the members of the State
Forestry Commission to force
them to desegregated patronage
of the park, lpcated near Charles Charleston,
ton, Charleston, S. C.
Because of this threat of Inte Integration,
gration, Integration, the Legislature last Feb.
7 ordered the park closed until
Chief Justice John Parker, who,
wrote the unanimous opinion of
the three-judge court, commented
to a Negro attorney during his
argument two days ago, "You are
asking us to grant an injunction
involving a park that does not
LONDON, Oct. 18 (UP) Britain
has rejected Communist China's
protest against "British negli negligence"
gence" negligence" during last week's anti anti-foreign
foreign anti-foreign rioting in Hong Kong, the
Foreign Office announced today.
Chiese Premier Chou En-lai
.delivered the protest to British
. Charge D'Affaircs Con O NeiU
it wrrk O'Neill re-Med it in
a meeting with Chou yesterday.
W U Carrasenllla
Mo. M V atreot
etk el July Ave. al It
FOR SALE: Due to urgent tript
living room tat, cost $600, sell selling
ing selling tor $125; dining room set,
cost $500, selling for $125;
double bed with spring $20; new
Frigidaire refrigerator $50; Ben Ben-dix
dix Ben-dix washing machine $50. A real
bargain. 48th St. No. 27, Apt. 4.
FOR SALE i Dining room tale
, and 4 chairs $50; day bad $50;
' 4 Rattan chairs $28. House 9-B,
Braxos Heights. Phone Cristobal
FOR SALE: Westi n g h o u s e
Laundromat $100. 214-D Cu Curundu.
rundu. Curundu. Phone 7225 after 5:00.
FOR SALE: A 3-piece green
leather sectional divan, price $75.
Call Albrook 86-7221.
FOR SALE: Westingheute au automatic
tomatic automatic clothes dryer $225;
General Electric Hotpoint 12-cu.
ft. upright freexer, used only 9
months $340. Both 60 cycles
and in excellent condition. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Panama 3-1928.
FOR SALE: Metal desk, single
mahogany bed complete, radio radio-phono
phono radio-phono console, double bedroom
set, glass top mahogany coffee
table, metal drefser, Cowes din dining
ing dining room set, 21 -in. TV, Vene Venetian
tian Venetian bl'nds House 119 Ridge
Road, Ancen. '-
FOR SALE: General Electric
sewing machine with case and
attachment?,- alo Sunbeam Cof Cof-f'rir!r.
f'rir!r. Cof-f'rir!r. Both in excellent eon eon-rtifion.
rtifion. eon-rtifion. B'lboa phone 1997. 3216
Reminiscences of Mfe in New
York's famous Hotel Algonquin
tiurlnz the 'twenties and 'thir
ties are the Subject, tjf Blessed
are xne uerionair, a new oook
by Margaret Case Harrimsn,
which was placed in circulation
during the past week by the
canal zone Library.
The book Is a joy ride into the
past, a guided tour arranged by
a witty and charming woman
who met an amazing number of
actors, writers, playwrights and
other people of note, both in
her father's hotel in New York
and at Sag Harbor."
The complete list of new books
their authors announced by
the library this week follows:
Non-fictionScrolls from the
Dead sea, Wilson; Secret of
Happiness, Graham; The Repub
licans Moos; The Supreme
Court in the American System
of Government, Jackson; Your
Most Enchanted Listener, John Johnson:
son: Johnson: Lonsr Day's Journey into
Night, O'Neill; Noblesse Oblige,
iMitford; Mars in Capricorn,
Cross: Blessed are the Debonair,
Harriman; and Middle East Ten Tensions,
sions, Tensions, Mosrison.
Fiction state of siege. Am Ambler;
bler; Ambler; The Paper Dolls, Beheler;
The Far Traveller, Coles; Myste Mystery
ry Mystery Stories, Ellin; The Gates of
Brass. Houston; The Wind in
his Fists, Jennings; Blu? Chip
Hagperty, Millholland; Beulah
Land, Settle; and Captain Reb Rebel,
el, Rebel, Yerby.
Children's Books The River
of Adventure, Blyton; Papa Dol Dolphin's
phin's Dolphin's Table, Butters; Uncle
Bennle Goest Visiting, Brock;
Bruce Benson, Son of Fame,
Neilson; Territory Boy, Phelps;
The Extra Hand, prud'hom prud'hom-meaux;
meaux; prud'hom-meaux; The Gentling of Jona Jonathan,
than, Jonathan, Rankin: Dream Gold, Un Un-win;
win; Un-win; and Andries, Van Stockum.
Problem and Fringe Area
lobes, the twee
with the Good
Via Espana & 45th St.
' bow Mt BJBJ8J8JH Housekeeping
jnj jSjKt! Guaranty Seafc
LEWIS SERVICE HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE FARMACIA EL BATURR0
Ave. Tivoli No. J. Fee. ae la Oase Ave. No. 41 Paro.ua Lefevre 7 Street
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS FOTO DOMY FARMACIA "SAS"
149 Central Ave. lease Aisiseaina Ave. and S3 St. Via Porras 111
FARMACIA LUX FARMACIA VAN-OER-JIS NOVEOADES ATHIS
14 Central Avenue H Street No. Ii Via layaio Ave.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
Six Fordor Sedan, excellent con condition.
dition. condition. House 124-B, Gambea.
LEAVING: Must sell '51 Chev.
Sport Coupe, excellent condition,
new rubber, powerglide, radio,
etc. $600. Call Fort Kobbe 2238
after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1951 Plymouth, S
good tires, radio, excellent con condition
dition condition throughout. Qtn. 552,
Diablo. Phono 2-1235. $575.
FOR SALE: 1950 Studebaker
Deluxe Champion 4-door Sedan.
Four new tires, radio, motor in
perfect condition, color' green.
$495 Financing available. Kob Kobbe
be Kobbe 6276.
FOR SALE: 1952 Chevrolet 2 2-door.
door. 2-door. powerglide $525. Building
1-2, Pareiso. C. Z.
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmebile
Coupe, reasonably priced. Balboa
2-2706 between 4-6 p.m. Bill.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
Bel-Air hardtop, radio. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3215. 4:30-7 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1952 Ferd Ranch
Wagon. New tires, good condi condition.
tion. condition. 8012 1st St. Margarita.
FOR SALE: 1950 Nash 4-door
sedan, recently painted, good
condition, original owner, $450
or best offer 2226-8 Curundu,
FOR SALE: 1943 Chrysler
Convertible, New top and inte interior.
rior. interior. Call Navy 402, Coco Soto,
between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth
Station Wagon twe door, good
condition, $1000. Curundu 83 83-4132.
4132. 83-4132. FOR SALE: 1947 Nash, good
condition $175. Albrook 6138
r 2271, Bids 800.
FOR SALE: 1953 Cadillac Sport
Coupe, blue b ivory, duty paid,
35,000 miles, excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. 0922 Amador Road, Phon
Back To Teaching
Students Seem Glad
MURSFREESB0R0, Tenn. Oct
18 (UP) An unexpected holiday
ended today for 5,500 youngsters
who trudged back to class as coun
ty school teachers ended a week
The 240 white teachers in this
Middle Tennessee county walked
out en masse one week ago after
fighting a losing five-month battle
for a pay boost.
In a settlement reached Tues
day a majority of members of the
county court agreed to vote for
a pay raise ranging from $125 to
I a ?ear
Later in a meeting here 186 of
the striking teachers agreed unan
imously to return to the class
The walkout had closed 22 white
Students picketed two schools
the first day of the strike, carry carrying
ing carrying signs saying "even Elvis
Presley went to school" and
"We're 100 per cent behind our
(The issue of "supplemental
oav touched off the walkout. Ten
nessee has a uniform state pay
range for teachers but individual
rnunties often supplement the
The state scale ranges from
$1,310 a year for beginning teach
,.rs tn S3.680 for those with ex
perience. Rutherford County has
no supplemental pay plan and the
teachers began plugging for one
Disclosed By Head
Oi Lost Cruiser
NEW YORK, Oct. 18 (UP)-The
,r.toin nf the lost Andrea Dona
testified today that Psenger
who participated in a safety drill
at the start of the liner's fatal
voyage were not assigned to
go to specific lifeboats in an
He said there had been no
prearranged plan, of notion by the
officers and ores in the event
of a collision but that there was
a definite plan to be followed for
abandomng ship. . ,.
Cant Piero waiamai, wmi noi vana uc.uc . : u
the hridee of the Doria when I "7 at the time and her legalnew permanent Skrlp. its matr matron
on matron tne.l,rid?ifL. .nnk h ri...!.. did not witness theers say. Records water damaged
sne was iumi -
the Swedish liner Stockholm last'contract. .. M
Julv X i VsWied at pre-trial The court also said the Patinos
hearings on damage suits totaling ,re subject to the Bohvian com-
nearlv 45 miuion
IKOlf J -ssaar aa jj.
lives were lost in the disaster off
r.i.mai 58 veteran merchant
seaman, testified also that he
i A ko 11 )
never haa imormeu
line of his practice of sailing
invi.rv iinr at only slightly
1 A im frtn 'ir l.afl
determ ned the stopping distanc-s Today s ruling came after e to permanent
of his ves"el or how sharply .he years of up. ,dM JiSteto.
couM be turned imtwl, he aavd.ewifU. 1'aUno tot asked tor a
FOR SALE: 1 Hobart electric
mier. 20-qt.. excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, used 6 months, suitable for
food manufacturer, bakery, etc.;
I gas hat water heater, instant
no-storage type; I refrigerator,
15 cu ft., porcelain, excellent
buy for restaurant or store; 1
10-gal. copper cooking kettle; 3
small wooden tables; 2 drafting
stools; 1 gas stove with 4 burn burn-en
en burn-en and oven. Phone 3-3017
from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Ave.
Cuba and 39th St No. 3, ground
FOR SALE: Pedigreed Bexer
puppies. Phone Panama i-3082
for appointment. Mrs, R.K. Mor Morris.
ris. Morris. FOR SALE Venetian blinds.
House 0932 Amador Rood. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 2-2964.
FOR SALE: Work bench, rise,
cabinets, bods, dining set, refri refrigerator,
gerator, refrigerator, Cornet, plants, Venetian
blinds. Cristobal 3-1095.
WANTED: Library Assistant
far Atlantic Area Army position.
Preference given to college grad graduate
uate graduate with library training ar ex experience.
perience. experience. Apply to Staff Libra Librarian,
rian, Librarian, Special Services, USARCA USARCA-816,
816, USARCA-816, luilding 156, Ft. Claytan,
England, Suez Ssst
On More Discussion
But Gate Left Open
LONDON, Oct. 17 (UP)
British officials said today there
will be no more negotiations with
Egypt on the Suei Canal dispute
unless the Egyptians come up
with tome concrete proposals.
And if bgypt submits nothing
new, they said, the situation
would be "very serious and
In Cairo, President Gamal Ab-
del Nasser's political director,
Ail saDry, said expior
talks" on the Suez problem
bably would start in Geneva in
a week or 10 days.
But he indicated no new Egyp
tian proposals would be forth
The statements by high officials
of the two nations mainly con
cerned in the dispute appeared
to doom further talks In advance
It would leave hone for a settle
meat in the hands of the United
Nations Security Council and the
mediating efforts of U.N. becre
tary General Dag Hammarskjofd.
The British officials said Britain
and France, who matched policies
at talks between their premiers
and foreign ministers in Paris
yesterday, do pot intend to wait
indefinitely for a fresh offer from
Prime Minister Anthony Eden
said on his return from Paris
today that his talks with French
leaders were useful, but he would
not Indicate what steps the two
nations will take next.
In Strasburg, France, the gen general
eral general affairs committee of the
Council of Europe today branded
Egypt's nationalization of the
canal as illegal1. The committee
demanded creation of an inter international
national international group to draft a new
statute for the waterway.
The proposal will be debated
by the council tomorrow and
Sabry arrived in Cairo irom
New York where he attended the
Security Council debate en Suei.
He gave Nasser a fill-in on the
debate and negotiations between
the foreign ministers 01 uruam,
. rt Fnvnt
n tn rt newsmen r.xiu
willing to accept "international
cooperation" in operating the
c a n a 1 dui n
refuse amy international -ination."
He Must Divide Up
Money With Male
PARIS, Oct. 18 (UP) -Mg
..fJr ordered Bolivian
court jt- ayuca v.uw" -----
magnate Antenor Patino to sP"! atf5tiVe RC-35, according to Cia.
his 788 million dollar fortune AtlaSi S- a sheaffer's distri-
50-50 with his esirangea wu,
former Cristina de notirnon.
n'k. r-rmrt ruled that a marriage
contract Antenor and Cristina
signed in Madrid April 7, 1931,
nn day before tneir weaaing, w
lone oay nlv
K'tfofhUorooertv since hHteve obvious indication of tam tam-bm?rria1ehHisPcXsl.yi
bm?rria1ehHisPcXsl.yi tam-bm?rria1ehHisPcXsl.yi fortuVis!pring or alteration
H n..aer. call fiVPr t h WOnQ.
Bjw ... ."..r i written wim wivsnaDic ouv
Ptino immediately r'
he will appeal to a higher rrenca ft aDrjorer!tlv being
ATTENTION, 6. 1.1 Just built
modern furnished apart menu. 1,
2 bod roe me, bet, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941,
FOR RENt: Furnished. 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living-dining room, two
bathrooms, perch, cool. 48th St.
No. 27, Apartment No. 4.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment 2 bedrooms, studio, din dining
ing dining and living room, kitchen and
hat water. Beautiful view. Jose
Gabriel Deque Ave., La Preata,
$200. Phone 3-1899.
FOR RENT r Modern two-bedroom
apartment in Via Argentina
and I Street. For information ap apply
ply apply seme building or Phone 3-
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
1 bedroom apartment, facing
park, Avonida Peru. Phene 3 3-0746,
0746, 3-0746, 3-3099.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart apartment:
ment: apartment: 2 bedrooms, maid's room,
2 baths, pitting dining room,
kitchen, perch, garage, $90, at
Bella Vista, N. Obarrie Street No.
23. See De Castre, Ave. "8" Ne.
24. Phone 2-1616.
FOR RENT: Comfortable apart apartment,
ment, apartment, completely furnished. Mil Military
itary Military couple. 7th Street Ne. 22,
But" Alert Teacher
Saves 41 Students
GREENUP. Ky. Oct. 18 MIP-
Ana lert school teacher became
suspicious Tuesday when she saw a
damaged lock on her one-room
school and led her 41 pupils away
just before the building blew ud.
Mrs. Juanita Gullepp had head
ed tne children back to the high
way when a dynamite blast
flattened the Upper Alcorn school
house about lix mile west of
No explanation of the blast was
kffered by police but they said
half a case of dynamite was re
ported stolen from a nearby min
Dynamite had been placed on
one of two large rocKs torming
the school's foundation, deputies
DES MOINES, Iowa, Oct. 18 (UP)
Tm firanHstaff 20 ,hnt him-
, ,ei accidentally in the right leg
. veir wnie cleaning his .22
He sold the rifle after that in
The other div he borrowed it
hark to io huntins. He shot him
self in the other leg wnue ciein
ing the gun.
divorce in France. His wife fought
the move on grounds lus iegai
residence was in Houvia,
Franre The hiehest French court
sided with Patino but refused the
Cristina then asked a Maarm
court to annul their marriage
contract. She won alter a inree-
NEW INK RESISTS
DAMAGE BY WATER
tPA-Ci A writing fluid that
cannot be removed irom paper
thrmiffh made Invisible by
eradication or water ns.n
now available in tne
contains a iuiuurc,ovciii, .v
Stat ia lmnerTious to eradlca
i Z7ti: -rln. the naner
fibre even when all otner
ments of the inn are removed
to make the writing disappear.
When exposed to ultra-violet
iitrht th additive plows, show
ing the writing at full strength.' Bind
A l KKrin oeine maae now
both permanent and washable
types contains the luminescent
hutor in Panama. It now has
complete distribution through
out Lin America. The new
writing uld Is available in 12
ureaier (jruietuuii iui
... rwnrric la nrovided bv the
bv floods or fire-fighting can be
restored if written with Skrip.
Writing, in the new Skrip can
all be removed irom paper omj uj
1 nprm vi. ui tuiicouuuu v v
.. as i rvl J
oohorl nut" nr nro ri r a 1 H
New class for beginners' Ball Ballroom
room Ballroom Dancing for 6th, 7fh 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 .r Danc Dancing.
ing. Dancing. Columbus Club, Balboa.
WANTED: Experienced cook.
Good salary. Bring reference!
Must sleep in. For further infor information
mation information apply Sterling's Garage,
14fh Street and Bolivar Avenue,
No. 13.200, Colon.
HOME WANTED: Four kitten,
an weeks old. Free. House 0932
Amador Read. Phene 2-2964.
GEORGE D. BARB, JR., H. E.
European spinal adjustment tech techniques.
niques. techniques. Coordinated manipulativa
therapies. Release of nervous
stress and strain. Ortho-Kinesio-logy.
14-49 Avonida 13 Estu Estu-diante,
diante, Estu-diante, 28. 10 to 1 3 to 8.
Telephone 2-2525. By appoint appointment.
ment. appointment. Could To Rest
In Family Tomb
NICE. France. Oct ia rfrpv
American millionaire Frank Jav
C I J 111 v a m .. .J
uuum win De Durieu in the family
mausoleum in ivew xorK, it was
douid. youngest son of .Tav
Gould, railroad founder and finan
cier, died April 1 at Juan les Pins
at the age of 78. He had scent
more than 40 years in France
where he helped develop Juan lea
Pins Into a modern Riviera resort
His body, like his estimated
100 million dollar estate, had been
the object of dispute between his
widow his third wife and
the two daughters of his first
avL m r,gB9inMBJHr
net GIFT FOR MATE Lt. Clarence Cooper, Special Services, Fort
Clayton, puts the finishing touches on a sewing cabinet at the
Clayton craft shop. The cabinet is a present for his wife,
Wanda. Cooper is one of the many military personnel who
use the facilities of the Special Services craft shop to satisfy
1 Screen actress.
5J Bird's home
54 Small tumor
S Rugged k
S has made
I She also is
mountain spur V
12 Scope 4 Organ of
, ..-.-, v.. 1
I vwaui o engage
8 Sibling of bud
17 Pieree with
18 Steamer (ab.) 10 Once more
It Coalesce 11 Garment
22 Grafted (her.)
33 Italian river
34 Norse god
36 Get ud
17 Son ot Seth
88 Wager in
46 Irritate (coll.)
48 Narrow way
52 Passage In
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet
2 bedrooms, living-dining room,
bathroom, kitchen. Apply 45 I.
No. 2-244, Bella Vista. Phene
3-5351, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
FOR RENT: 2 -bedroom chalet,
$60 per month. 6th Street, Bar Bar-riada
riada Bar-riada Domingo Diaz, Ne. 285.
Call Telephone 2-4285.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet:
2 bedrooms, living-dining room,
porch, kitchen, garage. Samuel
Lewis Street Ne. 4, Campo A le leers,
ers, leers, facing Bixkayna offices. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 3-3887.
FOR RENT: House in Arraijan.
to responsible family, with in inside
side inside service. Near Arraijan Cue Cue-terns,
terns, Cue-terns, facing school.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: SMALL CRUISER,
15 -FOOT WITH TRAILER
AND MOTOR. CAN BE SEEN
ON "F" STREET. "EL CANGRE CANGRE-J0,
J0, CANGRE-J0, PINITA BUILDING.
FOR SALE: 1 5 -ft. fiberglass
beet, 16-hp. Scott-Atwafer mo motor,
tor, motor, both about year old; trail trailers,
ers, trailers, accessories. Bargain for cash.
For information call Albrook
6176 or 2165.
Says 'He's Dead'
BIELEFELD, Germany, Oct. 18
(UP) Werner Schwiedel, 36-year-old
former bodyguard of the
late Adolph Hitler, aays he saw
the burning body of the Fuehrer
in April, 1945, and kept the ahell
of the bullet that killed him as a
The one-time SS trooper who
swore to serve Hitler until death
Tuesday described his part in
Hitler's suicide to Berchtesgaden
Judge Heinrich Stephanus, who ia
gathering legal evidence to de declare
clare declare Hitler officially dead.
(U.S. Army Photo)
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39 Mythical king
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28 Hodgepodge ardor
33 Bridsl paths 48 Have exttROcl
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33 Elevate wrairyion
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said aoout the ants going to chase us ""
Three mundreo 1
Buy, Buy. Baby Is Hit Themesong
And It s Being Played Day And Night
NEW YORK, Oct. II (UP) -When
we left the United States
even years ago, the tunes of
"South Pacific" and the debate o o-ver
ver o-ver Alger Hiss rang in our ears.
"Pinky," biasing a trail across
the color bar, was a controversial
rnovie. An ad hailed Hollywood's
own Ingrid Bergman as "super."
Skirts were long and Joe DiMag DiMag-cio
cio DiMag-cio was known as quite a base baseball
ball baseball player instead of what's-her-ntma's
Television was confined to lady
wrestlers and Milton Berle.
The last play we saw was
"Death of a Salesman."
Others may have faded away
between 1949, and 1956 but I'm
here to tell you that few salea salea--
- salea-- van died during our absence.
They have multiplied and tough tougher
er tougher M.
, 'Jot, only is the older generation
of salesmen still around, smooth smoother,
er, smoother, grayer, sincerer than ever, but
little toddlers with their teddy
hears have joined the chorus
'shouting, "Buy, buy, buy!"
I have bought, bought, bought.
So has my wife. She alone could
have kept the economy humming
in September and October. We
got the same smile and sales
talk on a 50 cent, pair of arch
pads as a 230 dollar TV set.
In North Carolina I chose a
car. Should I buy a Ford, Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet or Plymouth All were "low"
priced that is, about a thou thousand
sand thousand dollars more than I remem remembered
bered remembered expecting to pay for a car.
T use rtiaHv wilh rash.
"Did you say cash?3 one sales-!
nan asked. j
Cash has gone the way of the
Hv.pnt flair in America. Even
If you have it, nobody will relieve
you of It not alt at once.
"Cash," the salesman exclaimed.
"Let us finance it for you. A lit little
tle little tut down, a little bit later
And it would cost me 20 per
cent more In the end.
I wanted no pressure put on me.
"I'd be the last man in the
world to pressure you," each
salesman said. "I want you to be
happy. Go home and think it
I don't recall where I went, but
I assure you that all the sales salesmen
men salesmen knew. They spied on me. One
almost cried over me.
. 1 J T 1
in jcurooe i sum i wuiuuu i uv
one of those roonsifokitiee inj
automatic gearshift, White side side-walls
walls side-walls were show-offy. f forgot the
In North Carolina I bought
a tuoquoise and ivory Chevrolet
which a state patrolman can spot
from 25 miles on a rainy day. It
has a carload of chrome, white
sidewalls, automatic gears.
It wasn't low-priced In my
books bnt the salesman assured
me it was an "honest to gosh
bargain" which stole the next
meal right out of bis kids' mouths.
I wound up apologizing to the?
American salesman for forking
HP well over $2.0000.
(LEAN OUT ACIDS
Tour body alum out ozcon acidi
and poisonous waste In your bloo4
through million of tiny delicate kid.
nev tube or alter. It poiaon In the
Kidney or Bladder make you suffer
from Getting Up Nights, Nervousne,
beg Pains, Circle Under Dye, Back Backache,
ache, Backache, Aching Joint, Acidity or burn burning
ing burning palMce. due to th need of a
diuretic stimulant, try Cystex. Clean
out polaonous acids by using Cystex,
a diuretic (tlmulant for Kidneys
which soothe and calms irritation In
Bladder and urinary system Cystex
will glre you complete satisfaction and
will be the medicine you need, Ask
your druggist for Cystex today.
RELAX AND ENJOY
The ROYALTY of RADIO and TV
ft rare Hour
I 4). Lewis
Two For lb Hooey
Encore: Kraft TV.
FRIDAY, Oct IS
Armed Forces Hour
Robert Q. Lewis
Life with Father
New and Panorama
Oszt and Harriet
People Are Funny
St. No. 13-A-36 Tela. 2-23S8 2-2142
Tlveli Ave. 1S-2B.
rhiltp's life filled with brtrtset.
Reil-wom steps and mp be awea.
pairs would leave Ess home tike new.
A Classifieds torn the rrtt ehssV
Tonights AC-JC Game Rated Toss up
Hatch Act Says Federal Employes Are Restricted
In Political Roles; But You May Write To Editor
Read story mi page 8
Residents of the Canal Zone are
subject to the Hatch Act which re restricts
stricts restricts political activities of feder feder-,i
,i feder-,i employes. jPJjCTK
have been clarified by the U.S. Uv
il Service Commission:
The commission is P0081
for enforcing the act, which is de designed
signed designed to end electioneering abus abuses
es abuses by Government office-holders
but which, critics declare, contains
more nusiances than an unprincip unprincipled
led unprincipled politician's promises.
Some of the questions asked by
perplexed officeholders and the an an-L
L an-L eommled by the public in-
formation office ofthe commission
are as follows:
1 Q. What groups of employes
ire prohibited from active parti participation
cipation participation in polities by the Haten
AA In general, employes of the
Executive Branch of the Federal
Government and the Government
of the District of Columbia, includ including
ing including temporary and part-time em-
Q. Art any Executive Branch
mpl oyt exempt from the rt-
Priie Goes To Two
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Oct.
1S(UP) -Two Americans and
a German today were named
this year's co-winners of the No No-jjel
jjel No-jjel prize for medicine.
Dickinson W. Richards, 60-year-old
professor of medicine,
at Columbia University, French
born Andre Cournand, also of
Columbia, and Germany's Wer Werner
ner Werner Forssman shared the $38, $38,-933.76
933.76 $38,-933.76 prize. J4
I The prizes are named alter
Alfred Nobel, inventor of dyna dynamite
mite dynamite who died in 1896. He left
a fortune for yearly awards to
those who had most, contributed
to the benefit of mankind.
This year has been difficult to
predict the literary winner. But
speculations among- literary ex expats
pats expats have centered on Juan Ra Ramon
mon Ramon Klmenez, formerly living in
SnaJn anri now a resident of
Puetro Rico as the most likely
i Even less Is known about the
fckely candidates for the physics
and chemistry award. It has
Pen rumored thalt the prize for
physics will be withheld until
Pone Pius XII lauds
Of Modern Science
ttrictiont of the Hatch Att?
A. Yes, there are a few specific
exemptions listed in the act. A A-moag
moag A-moag these are the beads and as assistant
sistant assistant heads of agencies, members
of the White House staff and offi officials
cials officials who determine national poli policy
cy policy and are appointed by the Presi President
dent President aubject to Senate confirma confirma-tion.
tion. confirma-tion. Q. I am an employe affected
by Mm Hatch. Act. Will you
pltat explain my responsibilities
and rights under Mm act?
A. You have the right to vote
anri tn exnress vour political opi-
ninns nut. vou are iurumucu w
take an active part in partisan po
Htical management or partisan po political
litical political campaigns. Specifically, you
may not run for office or campaign
for a party candidate, xou can at attend
tend attend political rallies and join poli political
tical political clubs, but you cannot take an
active part in the conduct of a ral rally
ly rally or operation of a club and you
may not be an onicer or commu commute
te commute member in the club.
0. I want to writ a letter to
the editor of our local newspaper
expressing my opinion on a par partisan
tisan partisan political issue. Am I allow-,
titan political issue. Am I allow allowed
ed allowed ta da this?
A. Yes, but you must not solicit
votes for or against any political
party or candidate. If you solicit
votes it is a iiatcn am vioiauon.
Q. May I make a campaign
contribution to my party?
A. Yes, but you cannot be re required
quired required to do so. The contribution
cannot be made in a Federal build building
ing building or to some other employe who
is prohibited by Federal law from
accepting contriDUtions. ui course
CAST ELGANDOLFO, Italy
Oct. 18 (UP) Pope Pus XII
congratulated modern science
today on tne use it is maxing oi
atomic energy In the treatment
of cancer and in other branches
The 80-year-old Pope was
speaking to delegates to the
tthtrd annual meeting of West Western
ern Western European Unions (W.E.U.)
public health committee who
attended a special audience. The
Pope made his brief address In
Pope Plus said the world learn learned
ed learned every day of "the establish establishment
ment establishment of new peaceful Interna International
tional International links." He noted with
pleasure that there was a ten tendency
dency tendency towards "more frequent
relations and closer collabora collaboration
tion collaboration between nations In the
Boys 15, Girls 5
Mfteen bdvs and five girl
were born at Gorgas Hospital
rlnrinir the week endlne at mid
night Monday, according to the
regular hospital report. During
the same period, 201 patients
were admitted and 182 were dis discharged.
charged. discharged. The names and addresses of
the Darents of the boy babies
follow: Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Ben
der, of Curundu; Capt. and Mrs.
T. O. Foster III, or Fort KOooe,
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Miller of Pan
ama City; Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
Lehman, of Fort Amador; Mr.
and Mrs. R. L. Washington of
Curunda; Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
Romero of chillbre: Mr. and
Mrs. F. Rodriguez of Nuevo Em Em-Derador:
Derador: Em-Derador: Mr. and Mrs. F. A,
Francis of La Boca; Sgt. and
Mrs. P. H. Poole of Fort Kobbe;
Ut. and Mrs. T. A. Halsted of Ft.
Kobbe; Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Selles,
of Diablo Heights; SP-2 and
Mrs. K. E. Thornberry of Fort
Kobbe: Mr. and Mrs. Claude C.
Franks of Gamboa; Sgt. and
Mrs. G. V. Squalres of Panama;
and Mr. and Mrs. Willard H.
Phillips of Panama City.
Girls were horn to the follow following:
ing: following: M-Sgt. and Mrs. D. H. Hler
of Quarry Heights; Lt. and Mrs.
Ullstein of Fort Kobbe; T-Sgt.
and Mrs. A. F. Fulcher of Pedro
Miguel; A2c and Mrs. W. E. Al Alexander,
exander, Alexander, Sr. of paralso: and SP-
2 and Mrs. A. D. Bass of Fort
as a f ederal employe you caium
solicit political contributions.
Q. I would like to wear a cam campaign
paign campaign button in the interests of
one of my favorite candidates, la
A. Yes. but not while on duty con
ducting tht public business. You
may also display a political sticker
on your private auiomoDiie.
FRANKFURT, Germany, Oct
18 (UP) The publicity attending
the ill-fated love affair of Brit
ain's Princess Margaret a n d
Group Capt. Peter Townsend has
led to public criticism of all Eu
pean royalty, a German news
paper said today.
The Frankfurter Rundschau laid
recent criticism of the British,
Dutch, Belgian and Greek royal
families to "the door that was
slammed in Townsend's face."
Margaret disappointed the pub
lie, the paper said, because she
neither "retired to a convent or
did her promised duty to the
"The public demands from its
fairy tale figures that their
hearts, when they don't triumph
over a 1 1 adversity, at least
break," the editorial said.
For Ancon Court
On Return To Zone
Federico Zapata. 31, Panama Panamanian,
nian, Panamanian, waived preliminary hear
ing in Balboa Magistrate's Court
yesterday and was bound over
for trial in U.S. District Court.
Tne cnarge against him was
returning to the Canal Zone
for Zapata was fixed at
Canal organization employes
Grades GS-7 through GS-12 are to
be civen an oonortunity to com
pete for five months of high-level
management training in Washing
ton, D. C, it was announced yes
terday by E. A. Dooian, jrerson jrerson-nel
nel jrerson-nel Director.
Governor W. E. Potter has ap approved
proved approved Company-Government par par-ticioation
ticioation par-ticioation in the Civil Service Com
mission's Spring 195T Management
Intern Program, wnicn wui ne
held in the nation's capital from
Jan. 14 through June 21, 1957. Bu
reau directors have been asked
to nominate from among their
employes individuals whom they
consider eligible and who would
be interested in such training.
Nominations must be in the hands
of the Training Officer, Personnel
Bureau, by Thursday, Oct. 25.
The nominees will be interview interviewed
ed interviewed by Administrative Intern
Selection Committee and will take
a competitive examination given
locally by the Secretary of the Lo
cal Board of Civil service a.xa
miners The examinations will be
scored in Washington and the ap
pointment of a principal and a ai
ternate will be made by Governor
Potter in December.
To be eligible for nomination,
the candidates must have at least
one year of Federal civilian em
ployment at the time of nomina
The training will consist of o-
rientation; progressive work as assignments;
signments; assignments; group discussion and
academic work at the American
University, and the George. Wash
lngton University; regular weekly
seminars in problems of public ad administration
ministration administration and the development
of a project thesis by each candi candidate
date candidate which represents an original
contribution to better management
and demonstrates his ability to
define and resolve a practical
Negro Strike Cost $11000
Per Month Witness Reports
ERWIN, Tenn., Oct., 18 (UP)-
Citizens objected to the overgrown
goblins, so the Board of Mayor and
Aldermen passed an ordinance pro prohibiting
hibiting prohibiting any person over 14 years of
age from playing "tricks or treat"
on Halloween night.
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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. Oct. 18 -(UP)
The manager ef the city
bus system testified today an all all-out
out all-out boycott of the buses by Ne Negroes
groes Negroes demanding an end to seg segregated
regated segregated seating cost his firm $11, $11,-000
000 $11,-000 a month during the summer.
Charles L. Carter was the first
witness in the trial of the local
NAACP president and 20 other Ne
gro leaders on charges of illegally
operating a car pool for bus boy
cotters. Also on trial is the Negro
Inter-Civic Council which organiz organized
ed organized and ran the car pool through
contributions from Negroes.
The Rev. C. K. Steele, president
of both the focal NAACP chapter
and the Inter-Civic Council, and
the other Negroes were arrested
for driving in the car pool without
"for hire" permits from the city.
A spectactor was Mrs. Myra
Tanner Weiss of New York City
who identified herself as the So Socialist
cialist Socialist Workers Party candidate
for vice president. She said she is
covering the trial for her party
newspaper, "The Militant."
Defense attorney Francisco Rod Rodriguez
riguez Rodriguez of Tampa, Florida counsel
for the NAACP, was expected to
contend the car pool is Incidental
to the boycott and not a business
The municipal court trial was
delayed for more than a month
while the Inter Civic Council
sought unsuccessfully in city court
circuit court and federal court to
have the case dismissed.
The car pool was organized just
after the boycott began last May
29 when two Negro university co
eds were arrested for sitting be
side a white woman on a bus.
Charges against the girts were
dropped, but the boycott spread
from the Negro university to the
citv's entire Negro population
In several meetings between the
council and the City Commission,
the Negroes stuck to their de
mands for integrated seating.
The bus company went out of
business for a month, but resumed
service on new routes designed to
attract malnlv white patrons.
Several hundred Negroes have
since returned to riding the buses
but the council and its followers
continued the boycott.
AN INDirai1)OT OAJIY
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, OCTOBER II, 1956
'Vew York Times Editorial Branded
Inaccurate By Panamanian Diplomat
NEW YORK. Oct. 18 (UP)
J. M. Mendez Merida, minister of
the Panamanian embassy in
Washington, in a letter to the
New York Times today aald that
statements made in an editorial
in the Times about the retiring
administration of president
Arias were not accurate.
"Former President Kicarao a a-rlas
rlas a-rlas expressed his disappoint disappointment
ment disappointment that the Republic of Pan Panama
ama Panama was not included among
the nations invited to the Lon London
don London conference, primarily be because
cause because our nation ranks in sixth
place with the world's merchant
marine users of the Suez Canal.
"It was obvious tthat a presi president
dent president should be concerned with
the measures that were to be ac accorded
corded accorded at this conference which
mleht directly affect Panama's
merchartt marine rights.
"Panama's loyalty has never
given the United States any
cause for doubt. During the
two world wars Panama's co cooperation
operation cooperation was emphatically
demonstrated, and in the 53
yean of the unique rotations
existing between both nations
not one single Jnatanc of sab sabotage
otage sabotage has been suspected from
a Panamanian citizen.
"You affirm that "Panaman "Panamanian,
ian, "Panamanian, h.ve continually worked to
improve their position but
have too often tried to do so by
encroaching on treaty rights
and seeking unfair advantages.'
"This statement is umoxm umoxm-nate,
nate, umoxm-nate, unfounded, presents a bi
ased opinion and shows lack of
information sine Panama has
always compiled faithfully with
all its contractual commitments.
The Mendei Merida letter to
the Times adds that "It may
appear that whatever en encroachments
croachments encroachments on treaty rights
have occurred have come from
the other party."
He quoted from a letter Presi President
dent President Theodore Roosevelt wrote
fc the secretary of War William
Howard Taft in 1914 starting that
establish on part of Panama construction of the Panama Ca
territory an independent and
competitive community to the
prejudice of Panamanian com
Notwithstanding this letter,
Mendez Merida says, the United
States has taken advantage of
the geographical position of the
Panama Canal "to profit by
commercial and other activi activities."
ties." activities." The letter continues:
"It has been accepted by the
United States in treaties 1936
and 1955 that the two coun countries
tries countries which made possible the
Bus driver Prince Alfonso
Cumberbbatch, 35, Panamanian,
paid a $5 fine in Balboa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court today for parking
his bus on a highway.
Rupert Jefferson Maynard, 36,
Panamanian, was convicted of
having the emergency door of
his bus blocked, but imposition
of sentence was suspended.
Jaime Rodriguez, 32, Panama
nian, was fined $10 for having
no operator's license. Imposition
of sentence was suspended, on a
charge of failure to remain At
the scene of an accident.
Trespassing In the barracks at
the Latin American School, Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook AFB, netted a $15 fine for
Carlos Vlllamll, 21, Panamanian.
Driving a pick-up truck for
which he had no license result
ed in a $25 fine for Manuel Her
lerto Aguilar, 23, Panamanian.
Imposition of sentence was sus suspended
pended suspended on a charge of failure
to answer a citation.
An American soldier, Richard
Boye Faulkner, 19, was fined $1G
for having no operator's license.
A sentence for failure to answer
nal had equal rights to the full
benefits derived from that great
"However, if you were to ex examine
amine examine objectively the situation
which has existed in the Canal
Zone you will conclude that the
benefits obtained by the United
States are greater than those
obtained by Panama, let alone
the facts which entail the serv
ices rendered by the Canal dur during
ing during the two world wars which
you must realize is something
that cannot be measured even
in billions of dollars."
"Ever since 1993, and up to
now, Panama has been asking
for equal treatment for Pana Panamanians
manians Panamanians working in the Canal
Zone to eradicate the salary
discrimination that has ex existed.
isted. existed. "In the treaties of 1936 and
of 1955, it was agreed that this
long existing discrimination
should be eliminated, but, I re-
the United States would never a citation was suspended.
Sure, Its 4 Play';
If You're Looking
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Oet. If -(UP)
Police sought a bandit to today
day today who robbed a cafe operator of
white his customers looked on
believing it was horseplay.
The masked robber, his hands
in his coat pockets, met Eddie
Mizerany as he entered the Tear
door and took $2,000 Mizerany had
just obtained from a bank.
as tne customers watched un unbelievingly,
believingly, unbelievingly, he marched-Mizerany
to the front of the store and clean
ed out the cash register.
rne two men walked to a rear
room where Mizerany tried to
"grab'- the bandit and got
slugged. The robber escaped in an
automoie belongine to one of the
peat, up to now this practice has
not as yet been put into effect.
"Panama has an unfaltering
faith in the spirit of fair play,
a characteristic of the American
people, and believes that these
misunderstandings which have
arisen from interpretations of
the treaties will be satisfactorily
Nearly $500 Gained
In Democrat Drive;
Receipts Given All
Contribution and pledges to the
Canal Zone Democratic Tentor Tentorial
ial Tentorial Committee amount to nearly
500 to date, according to a report
from the committee today. This is
close to the half way mark of
the amount the committee hopes
to collect for the election of Adlai
Stevenson and Estes Kefauver,
The committee said of the Dem.
ocratic National Committee has
written, in acknowledgement to
contributions already received in
Washington: "You ean be sure
that the individuals contributing
will receive receipts."
Contributors are being asked by
the local committee to be patient
aoout tneir receipts as the force
at Democratic headquarters is a a-lmost
lmost a-lmost buried in work.
One local contributor who sent
his check to Washington reoorts
that it took almost a month to
get a receipt. Now as the cam
paign approaches a climax it will
take longer to get receipts, the
The C. Z committee said time is
out and urged persons
ve pledged help send their
cks as soon as possible and
convenient. Contributions may be
sent either t othe local commit committee
tee committee to David Robles, Box 124, n n-con,
con, n-con, Canal Zone, or directly to
the Democratic National Commit-
r inni rraiMfin,i A.,. XT V
Knew Of Transfer Of 50 US Destroyers To Great Britain
Week After Roosevelt Made Secret Offer To Churchill
LONDON, Oct. II (UP) Nawere "practically being sabotafe sabotafe-zi
zi sabotafe-zi wartime dcumenta published ed by the activities of agents of
. ..,,1 1 it,. lvlnkVMnflht
today showed that riiuer iucw
ahnnt. th united states trans
fer of 50 destroyers to Britain
within a week after President
Roosevelt's top secret offer to
Sir Windton Churchill.
The documents, pubiwnea oy
the British government in ar arrangement
rangement arrangement with the UJ3. State
Department, also disclosed that:
1. German charge d'affaires
In Washington Hans Thomsen
had a "contact" In the State De Department's
partment's Department's code room who re revealed
vealed revealed the essence of U S. Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador Joseph Kennedy's se secret
cret secret reports from London.
1 Thomsen proposed te the
German government elabo elaborate
rate elaborate plans to enlist novelists
Theodore Dreiser, whom he
called "an Isolationist," and
Kathleen Norrls, "a pacifist,''
to write propaganda books de designed
signed designed to keep the U.S. out of
the war. The documents did
not disclose the outcome.
3. Thomsen said his efforts
t he Wehrmacht
The documents show that tne
Roosevelt offer of 50 destroyers
and other aid to Britain was
transmitted by agents to Hitler
through the German embassy in
Other secret information teas
ed to the Germans in 19
through the Spanish Embassy in
TK. German Ambassador in
Madrid closely reported the im im-nressions
nressions im-nressions of wartime London
from the Spanish Ambassador to
Britain, the Duke oi Aioa, in we
critical serine of 1940.
The Duke of aid was quotea
"After some further success
ful action by Germany, the Eng English
lish English government expecfts a
peace gesture by the Fuehrer
which they do not feel they
could reject. ..
"There even appears to be
readiness to surrender colonies.
The English people as a whole
desire the end of the war."
Other German efforts te
lure South Africa out ef the
war and plans te use neutral
Ireland as a srteppinn-stone to
Britain were ale contained in
The records show that Thom
sen m Washington was hard hard-pressed
pressed hard-pressed to explain the facts of
American life to his masters in
Berlin. One document is a de detailed
tailed detailed exposition of the difficul
ties in trying to "buy off" the
"Experience shows that arti articles
cles articles cannot be got into the
American press as they can, for
instance, Into the French, he
"Influential journalists of
high repute with whom 1 am in
coiitact will not lend themselves,
even for money, to publishing
outside material under their
name without alteration or xe-editing."
HAVE A WAFFLE?, M AM? Well, its really not hot, but Jack
Mercer nevertheless offers a waffle to American Leglonlaress
Mrs. Joan O'Connell. The waffle came from a waffle Iron
donated to the Legion for the annual "Festival of Fun" as a
doorprize. The "Festival," a charity funfest, is scheduled for
tomorrow and Saturday nights starting at I p.m. The enter,
tainment has eight door prises, dancing, singing, and a floor floor-show.
show. floor-show. Tickets are available either at the door of the Fort
Amador Legion or from any Legionnaire
Weather Or Not
Thii weather report, for Mm 24
dealt endine I a.m. today, It pre prepared
pared prepared by the Meteorological and
Hydrofraphic Branch of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company:
Hiflh IS U fi file
le file i n
Hie 91 97
Low 75 16
(max. aaph) .. N17 N27
RAIN ducket) .35 1.19
(NMer .harbert) 10 II
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19
1:04 i.m. 9:11 a.m.
JJ7 p.. 9:45 a.m.
1:30, S:eS. 1:99, 7:90, 9:00 p.m.
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