The Panama American

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

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AN INDEKNDEHT THfe DAILY NEWSPAPER
Manama Skmxit an
"Let the people know the truth and the country is tafe" 'Abraham Lincoln.
IMT I M AT I ONAL AIRWAYS
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BRANIFF

dlai Tries To Tie
McCarthy To Ike

WITH STEVENSON IN KENTUCKY, Oct. 19 (UP)
rilai E. Stevenson mad a new effort today to tie Son.
Joseph R. McCarthy (R-Wia.) firmly to Proaidont Eiaon Eiaon-hower.
hower. Eiaon-hower. Ho also chargod that Republican in Congress value
Mr. Eisenhower as a candidate, but ignore him a? a leader.
He said in a speech prepared for delivery at Lexing Lexington
ton Lexington that return of the Republican to national and Con Con-control
control Con-control would restore McCarthy to chairman-

ship of the' Government
Senate.
McCarthy had occupied that
post when he conducted his con controversial
troversial controversial hearings on Commu Communist
nist Communist infiltration into the gov government.
ernment. government. Meanwhile President Elsen Elsenhower
hower Elsenhower took his campaign today
into the strategic state of Cali California
fornia California where he was expected to
make another gloves-off assault
on Stevenson's call for a ban on
hydrogen-bomb testa.
White House press secretary
Same C. Utterly made clear
sat tho President was fight fighting
ing fighting mad over the hydrogen
test controversy and "will con-
The
Judge's Bench
Loitering around the East Fer Fer-rv.Ramp
rv.Ramp Fer-rv.Ramp on two separate occa occasions
sions occasions brourht Joseph Henry Ash,
21, Panamanian, into Balboa
Magistrate's Court this morning.
Ash, who lives in Panama,
was Riven 30 days in jail for
loitering on Sept. 8. Por loiter
ing on Ang. 17 he was sentenc
ed to another 15 days, but exe execution
cution execution of that sentence was
given a five-day jaiiientence
for vagrancy on the West Bank
of the Canal not far from paja
had the probation revoked when
he was convicted of a second'
vagrancy. Imposition of sen sentence
tence sentence was suspended on the sec second
ond second offense.
Carlos Antonio Skipper, 18,
Panamanian, received a 30-day
jail term for vagrancy, but a
$10 trespassing was suspended.
Jorge Martinez, 31, Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian received a suspended sen sentence
tence sentence for vagrancy.
Pidilina Micotta Chavarrla,
29, Panamanian, was fined $io
for lespassing, as was. Esther
Maria Villarreal, 37, Panama Panama-man.
man. Panama-man. Jail Convinces
Mother Daughter
Should Be Schooled
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. Oct.
V J 7, A dw hottrs in iil cell
Wednesday convinced Mrs- Mary
Schoenheit she should send her
daughter to public schoosl, which
she claimed turned out "trained
seals' instead of brilliaBt chil children.
dren. children. Mrs. Schoenheit, a 42-year-old
former teacher who moved half halfway
way halfway across the continent in an at attempt
tempt attempt to tutor her own child rath rather
er rather than have her in the public
schools, eif-.er had to capitulate or
spend 10 days in jail.
Moniteau County Magistrate W.
fi. Heihreder sentenced Mrs.
ncnoenneit to mat term in jail,
puis a $5 fine, bat said be would
suspend the sentence "if she
h.-inrs her daughter to school on
Monday morning' and keeps her
there."
For a time, Mrs. Schoenheit
continued her defiance. She went
to jail and her 7-year-old daughter
Mary, was taken away by welfare
officers.
After two hours in jail, Mrs.
Schoenheit gave in.
Eighteen New Jobs
Open In Canal Zone
Eighteen positions are now a
vaiMe with the Canal orni
rion according to the transfer va vacancy
cancy vacancy bulletin issued this week
oy ine rersomei Bureau.
Three of Ike peeitieet are far
Hwutaj lecemotive opt raters en
the Pecffic Leeks. Peur posi position
tion position ere available in the Enoi Enoi-aterinj
aterinj Enoi-aterinj Division. The vacancies
in the engineering Division are
for ecincal Mgfnsor, onajneer
i orarrtmen, general en
and mechanical engineer
Other .positions listed in the
buMetin are clerk typist, painter-
badv rep&lrrhan, recreation issis issis-jti.,
jti., issis-jti., -a Hon inicecUr, short short-hi
hi short-hi id re cr er. sunervisorv secur security
ity security assii ant, electric welder, and
wireman.

Operationa

committee of the
tinne to lay the facts of the
campaign en the tine."
Mr. Eisenhower will speak to tonight
night tonight at a Republican rally In
the Hollywood Bowl.
The President bore down on
ithe H-bomb, draft and "give
away" Issues in attacks on Stev Stevenson
enson Stevenson in Portland, Ore., yester yesterday
day yesterday at two separate GOP rallies
in the civic auditorium.
He said that "the road to
surrender Is paved with good
Intentions'' such as i Steven Stevenson's
son's Stevenson's "wishful think ng" pro-
Cats for halting hydrogen
nb tests and ending the
draft.
The President said he will
never support a theory "that
the way to defend peace or free freedom
dom freedom is to abandon simulta simultaneously
neously simultaneously our military draft and
our testing of our mosi advanc advanced
ed advanced military weapons."
He flatly rejected unilateral
disarmament "in. any respect"
but promised to continue his
quest for a jus; world peace
from a position of strength.
At this point the President
said unilateral disarmament
would leave the United States
with only "pie in the sky" prom
ises on the part of other na
tions.
Jordan
Demands UN Action
On Israeli War'
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., Oct
19 (UP) Jordan demanded to
day that the United Nations in invoke
voke invoke diplomatic and economic
sanctions against Israel.
It warned thai if the Security
Council does not act "to stop the
Israeli secession" immediately.
"other methods" must be found
to guarantee the Palestine hol holders.
ders. holders. Jordanian Ambassador Abdul
Monem Rifai told the security
council Israeli incursions could
not be described as "border in
cidents."
"It Is war," he said. "Except
that it lacks the rules of war.
the bravery of war, and the
nonor and moral of war. It
could only be identified as an
Israeli war! In the darkness! At
midnight! When human beings
go to sleep, the evil spirit of the
Israelis awakes and sneaks out
for murder! Collective murder!"
Rifai spoke as the council be began
gan began i'.s debate on counter com complaints
plaints complaints from Jordan and Israel.
Jordan sought condemnation of
Israel for an attack against four
Jordanian villages on the night
of Oct. 10, as well as earlier in incidents.
cidents. incidents. Israel charged Jordan
wi.h "persistent violation" of
the Palestine armistice and the
cease-fire arranged to Secre-tary-General
Dag Hfinmarak Hfinmarak-jold
jold Hfinmarak-jold last April.
US Tops Britain
In Cognac Imports
For First Time
PARIS, Oct. 1 (UP)-The Vail Vailed
ed Vailed States-imported more French
cognac than Britain last month
for the first time in history,
French officials said today
France sent the United Stales
94,732 proof gallons of cognac in
September. Great Britain dropped
to 87.5 proof gallons.
Yew-ew-ew Oughaa

'Houn' Dog' Howls In Court

MEMPHIS, Tenn., Oct. 19 (UP)
Old "Houn Dog" Elvis Presley,
sporting a full bloom ducktail hair
cut and surrounded by shrieking
female fans, successfully defended
himself today against disorderly
conduct charges growing out of
ms haymaker to the eye of an i i-rate
rate i-rate service station operator.
Ed Hopper, 42, and Aubrey
Brown, 21. both filling station at attendants,
tendants, attendants, were fined on assault
and battery charges. Disorderly
charges against them were dis
missed.
Hopper, who came U court
Wlewwsg si altercation with the

PANAMA. K. P.. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19. lKt m CENTS
iJS: Don't Pay Egypt

A CUTE PACKAGE of any
bread of cigarettes is what
Miss, Gave Maples will be I sell selling
ing selling tonight and tomorrow night
at the American Legion' an annual
nual annual "Festival of Fun." Miss
Maple la one. of the yoang
ladles who has volunteered her
services for the charity f un unlet
let unlet t at the Fort Amador Le Legion.
gion. Legion. The show, dancing, sing singing,
ing, singing, prise-drawing, etc., etc..
Tickets are available at either
begins at 8 p.m. each night,
the doer or from any Legion
member.
festival Of Fun'
Opens Tonight
At Ft Amador
The annual American Legion
"Festival of Fun" begins a two two-night
night two-night stand tonight at 8 at the
Fort Amador Legion post.
The festival, a chairfy affair,
will feature music, food and
drink with aid attractions.
Tickets may bt purchased at
the deer er from any Legion
member.
Door prizes will be
niehts. five tonight and
five tomorrow. Tonight two
rubber mattresses sre the top
prize. Tomorrow, two round trip
air tickets to Costa Rica
Dress will be informal for the
alt-adult party, publicity chairmen
have announced.
There will be free cocktails
both nights for an hour. A floor
show, with entertainment coming
from both the Canal Zone and
Ppnama. will let underway at
8:30. J
Dancing will begin at t, with
Iddie Edwards and his Combo
supplying the music. Edwards, a
Pert Clayton nlitfed man, is an
Army winner of the recent serv
lea anUrtainment contest.
At In the nast. "bucks" pho
ney money will be used during
ni?hts whie in the Club
They msy be obtained at the Le-
gion.
There wifl also be two "secret,
noeial" nme drawings but ine
winner must be present, according
to the publicity chairman.
Airman Is Sentenced
For Theft Of Pistol
Theft of a 45-caliber pistol
from the home of a friend in na na-blo
blo na-blo has landed John Joseph Mini Mini-ter,
ter, Mini-ter, 22-yesr-old American airman,
in Balboa jail for 30 days.
In Balboa Magistrate s court
yesterday, Minter was also lined
$100.
The charge against Minner was
petit larcenv. the weapon being
valued at $20.
Walter H. Hebert of Diablo,
from whom the pistol was stolen,
sought leniency for the airmen.
Judge John E. Deming observ
ed, however, in passing sentence,
that he considered the theft of a
weapon a serious matter.
Previously the court had been
told that Miniter had been a visit visitor
or visitor in the Hebert borne, where the
pistol was kept in a closet.
Later Miniter had been appre apprehended
hended apprehended through his having tried to
sell the weapon in Panama.
Knoow, Hits El el
hsuky 21-year-eld reck 'n roll
singing star last night, sported
a shiner that almost had his
left eye closed.
Hopper was fined $25 for doing
battle with the idol of the teen ag ag-ers.
ers. ag-ers. His fellow employe, who came
to his aid when the fighting start started,
ed, started, drew a $15 fine.
When Presley walked out ef ci city
ty city cettrt, he was ewiued by
howling sirla who were frentic
with ley ever Ms victory la -caurt.
All parties were charged follow
ing the incident in Hopper's sta-1

another I Havana.

foam

Wife Says Marine Corps Harassed
Broken Medal Of Honor Winner

PARRIS ISLAND, S C., Oct. 19
(UP) A Marine who won the
nation's highest award for gal
lantry only to lose his stripes be
cause he picked a fight with a
major and the ex-sergeant who
led the infamous '"death march
island ong.
Alfred Lee McLaughlin, 28, of
Leeds, Ala., who was, presented
the Congressional Medal of Honor
by President Eisenhower for kill
ing 150 of the enemy in. Korea,
yesterday was sentenced to three
months for a drunken scuffle with
his commanding officer. Mc
Laughlin was also stripped of his
technical-sergeant's rank and
fined $120.
Sharing the cell in the Marine
brig here with the one-time pride
Police-Laden Planes
Leave For 'Invaded'
British Owned Islet
NASSAU, Bahamas, Oct. 19
(UP) Tne Bahamas Govern Government
ment Government ordered two plane loads of
policemen flown today to British-owned
Key Sal, an islet off
Cuba "invaded" yesterday by
two seaborne bands of Cuban
youths.
The Cubans "seised" the 50-
square-ml! windswept island.
hauled down the Union Jack and
hoisted the 1
Cuba before
met no re-
i reports in
The Bahamas Government
leaders held a long session last
night to study the situation
following the arrival here by
private plane of Clement Moo Moody,
dy, Moody, son of the America who
leases the island.
Bahamas police commissioner
coicnester wemyss said the gov
ernment was takine 'nroner ac
tlon." He said two plane loads of
policemen will leave at dawn.
The British Embassy in Hava
na labeled as "irresponsible" the
youths who DarticiDated in ves-
terday's raids.
Galun Civil Defense
Meeting On Tuesday
The Gatun Civil Defense Vol.
teer Corps will meet on Tuesday
uciooer a, at 9 a.m. at House
257 A. Gatun.
All members of the townslte
uvu veiense volunteer Urops
are urged to attend as there will
be plans made for the JACKPOT
v-C exercise to be held on Octo October
ber October 30.
The general public is invited to
attend.
Bail Is Posted
For Mark White
Cash bail of $2,000 hps been
posted for Mark Lawrence White.
57, American, who is awaiting
trial in U.S. District Court one
charge of failure to account for
public funds.
The alleged offense involved
funds at the Balboa Heights Post
Office.
He had been in Balboa jail
since Wednesday when he was
bound over for trial following
waiver of a preliminary hearing.
- vis
tion which occurred when Presley
allegedly refused to move his
suck Lincoln so other csrs could
be serviced.
Presley got his teen aged fans
in tha mood with a courtroom
corridor shew before he entere..
the courtroom.
Acting Judge Samuel Friedman
had to bang his gavel when the
standuig room crowd broke into
applause on rendering his d e c i-
sion.
"This is not a show, it is a
courtroom," Judge Friedman
shouted,

Ilex of

of the Marine Corps wss former
Sgt. Matthew C. McKeon who is
due to be released -Sunday after
serving the remainder of a three
month sentence for negligent hom homicide.
icide. homicide. He led a disciplinary march
on which six recruits drowned
when the training platoon pan panicked
icked panicked in a tidal creek.
Meanwhile, in an exclusive in interview,
terview, interview, Mrs. Catherine McLaugh McLaughlin,
lin, McLaughlin, the one-time hero's wife, said
her husband was harrassed by
another non-commissioned officer
while both were stationed with a
reserve unit at Rome, Ga.
The other non-com once sar sarcastically
castically sarcastically yelled "Attention,

here's our hero a Congressional
Medal of Honor winner," when
McLaughlin entered e room in the
Marine armory at Borne, his wife
said.
ine combat veteran cried over
the incident that night, Mrs. Mc
Laughlin said and told her "I'm
not a man any more. I can't do
anything about the things they
say to me. They outrank me and
they've got me where they want
me."
Mie said her husband never
"had a peaceful moment from the
time President Eisenhower gave
mm the medal. His life was a
hell on earth. Anytime the Marine
Corps could use him to get pub publicity,
licity, publicity, they did. They couldn't
leave him alone."
Mrs. McLauahlin said the con
viction returned against her hus
band "just isn't fair after all
Mac has given to the corps and
to; his country."
The McLaughlins live with their
one-year-old adopted son. Jeff.
near the former home of the
McKeons sn nearby Fort
McLaughlin pleaded guilty
two charges and was convicted
on two others grossing from a
drunken scuffle with Mai. Henry
Checklou, his commanding officer
at tne reserve unit at Rome
McLaughlin's cousin, Mrs. Pres Preston
ton Preston McLaughlin of Leeds, ssid an
officer bad been "picking on him
and always rubbing it in because
he had won the Congressional
Medal jf Honor."
McLaughlin was given the med medal
al medal at the White House by Presi
dent Eisenhower Oct. 27, 1953, for
killing 150 enemy and wounding
so others st s lonely outpost on
Bunker Hill, Korea on the night
Of Sept. 4-5, 1952
Rome policeman J. B. Hanking
said he and another officer went
to Checklou's home last March
28, and found McLaughlin seated
on the ground and covered by
shotgun Checklou said' he took
from the Marine
McLaughlin was cursing the
majoi, commanding officer of the
reserve unit at Rome to which
McLaughlin was attached. Han-
kins said. The police officer said
Checklou told him they had fought
in the yard.
Checklou has since been trans
ferred to Cherry Point, N.C., and
has refused comment except to
ssy the court's ruling wss "fair.
ana just.
Peron Still In;
Venezuela Wants
Political Quiet
CARACAS, Oct 19 (UP) -The
Venezuelan government has tak taken
en taken strong measures to force oust ousted
ed ousted Argentine dictator Juan D.
Peron to abstain from political
activities as long ss he remains
in Venezuela, a high government
crackdown followed disclosure of
the arrest of an alleged secret
courier tor Peron. A crewman a-
Board the Argentine ship Rio Tunu Tunu-yan
yan Tunu-yan was seized for trying to car carry
ry carry letters and propaganda from
Peron to his diehard followers in
Argentina.
And Wins
Hopper said he didn't recognize
Presley ss the entertainer at nu
station and asked him to move his
spanking new Lincoln from near a
aaa numo. About the same time.
however, Presley was besieged by
autograph hunters and, naturauy,
they won bis attention.
That's when the brawl started
and before it was over Presley ac accused
cused accused one of the men ef pulling a
knife.
A crowd estimated st about 300
jammed, the courtroom to the
walls, including one little girl in s
blue party dress, brought by bar
mother "to see Elvis Presley."

ANTARCTIC
PLANE CRASH
TOLL RISES

WASHINGTON, Oct. 19 (UP)
The death toll in yesterday's
plane crash in Antarctica rose
to four today. Marine Capt.
Rayburn A. Hudman died from
Injuries suffered in the crash,
the Navy announced.
The pilot and two crew
members of the plane were
killed immediately in the
crash landing at Williams air
operating facility, McMurdo
Sound.
Two other crew members are
still listed as critically injured
and two as being in fair condi condition.
tion. condition. The crashed plane was a P2V
Neptune patrol aircraft, one of
six in a group flight from
Christchurch, New Zealand, to
the Antarctic base. The other
five planes were transports.
A Christohurch newspaper
said the heavily-loaded plane
had to use 18 JATO rockets on
its takeoff from there twice
th number used by other
planes.
The big Navy patrol plane
carrying supplies for a new An
tarctic expedition crashed dur during
ing during an attempted landing at
McMurdo Sound airstrip where
a "white out" blizzard virtually
cut off communications.
The Neptune's flight south
was delayed for about an hour
Wednesday while the crew and
ground staff worked on what
apparently was a leak In the hy
draulic fluid of the system oi
eratlng its .ski landing gear.
The port engin or the pi
was started and revved a num number
ber number of times while the work was
being carried out at Hare wood
airport, Christchurch.
Fluid believed to have been
from the hydraulic system was
seen spraying.

USCA Rises To Defense Of 7 Solons
Who Held Hearings At Balboa Heights

The U.S. Citizens Association
of the Canal Zone has risen to
the defense of the seven mem-
hen nf the Merchant Marine
and Fisheries Committee of the
U.S. Congress who spent a wees
or more on the zone last ue
cember.
Their action taken Is In the
form of a letter addressed to 16
dallies in the congressional dis districts
tricts districts represented by chairman
Edward A. Oarmatz of Mary
land and Reps. Byrne of Penn
sylvania, Dorn of New York,
Tumulty of New Jersey, Allen
and Malllard of California and
Van Pelt of Wisconsin.
In making a copy of the let-
RETURNS TO U.S. Stenog Stenographer
rapher Stenographer Vera Osso, accused by
Czechoslovakia of espionage
while employed at the U.S.
Embassy in Prague, is shown
on her arrival in New York.
Miss Osso was expelled from
Czechoslovakia on a charge of
travelling with false identifi identification
cation identification papers. The U.S. Em Embassy
bassy Embassy denied she was engaged
in espionage.

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Send Suez Tolls

To London Outfit'

WASHINGTON, Oct 19 (UP) The United Stares
is expected to urge Panama and Liberia to block Amtr-ican-owned
ships flying the flags of those two nations
from paying tolls directly to Egypt for use of the Suez
Canal.
Such action would come after organization of Hi
new Suez Canal Users' Association is completed and Hit
United States puts a sNjilar ban on ships flying the Amer American
ican American flag.
At present, U.S. flag ships are paying tolls to Egypt
under protest for use of the Canal, pending formation of
the users' association in London.

Secretary of State John Poster
Dulles pledged anew at his news
conference Tuesday that once
the association is organized the
United States will bar such pay payments
ments payments to Egypt by US. flag
ships and assume the shipown shipowners
ers shipowners will pay the association in
stead.
Such action, however, would
have no effect on the large
r of shins owned bv U. S.
ii.! 7rj
whlcft are u;Ver
and Llberian regyftry.
The government therefore ex expected
pected expected to urge those two nations
to follow the US. lead in bs"-
ning direct toll payments to
Egypt.
ter available locally, the USCA
said it was written "in an effort
to offset the recent unfavorable
publicity relating to 'free riding'
and 'secrecy' of trips of Congres Congressional
sional Congressional representatives on vhe
Panama Line vessels."
The USCA added that:
"While the error of 'secrecy
mav have been corrected in some
other locations, we are desirous
of eivinir the Panama papers to
tal credit for publication of this
information, especially in these
Darticular districts of these
states."
The letter, which States pa
pers were requested to publish
was as follows:
"Members of the U.S. Citizens
Association, Canal Zone, com
nosed of U.S. citizen career em
ployes living and working In the
Zone, are anxious that it be
made known to the public
through this newspaper that
Representative (name Inserted)
Is a member of the Panama Ca
nal Sub-committee of the House
Merchant Marine and Fisheries
Committee and as such has a vi vital
tal vital interest in the Canal organ organization
ization organization since it is the responsi
bility of this Committee to safe
guard its policies of administra administration
tion administration and operation.
'Seven members of this com
mittee, visitine the Canal Zone
in December 1955, held the first
formal bearings by a congres
sional committee since March
1946. nine years ago.
"Their object was to eain first
hand Information concerning
problems of the U.S. citizen resi residents
dents residents on questions involving leg legislative
islative legislative bills effecting their wel welfare,
fare, welfare, canal fiscal policies, pro proposed
posed proposed abandonment of the 100-
year old Panama Railroad, and
inspection of facilities and In
stallations to obtain background
knowledge for further hearings
in Washington.
"For several days during their
Junket' here this committee
held public sessions averaging
eight hours per day. .We know
Russia, Japan End
Second World War
MOSroW, Oct. 19 (UP) Jap
an and the Soviet Union aimed
joint declaration today, endins
an 11 year state of war between
the two nations. A formal neacc
treaty was left to future negotia
tions.

Panama:

85-Ft. Long Yacht
Is Anchored Here
One of the longest pleasure
craft to show up in Isthmian wa waters
ters waters recently is the 85 ft. power
Yacht Westlake which arrived
yesterday from San Diego.
Russell
o. C.
area are aboaftf. Wtsn a erew at
eignt. Hamilton is also master.
The Westlake, reportedly in
need of same parts for repairs, is
moored off the Balboa Yacht
Club.
there was a diligent effort
made on the part of this group
to accomplish a comprehensive
study of canal problems, and
we insist taht their visit to the
Zone was thoroughly justified in
the public interest.
"There is no secrecy practiced
In the Canal Zone relative to
these trips by Panama Line. The
Panama American and the Star
and Herald, both published dai dairy
ry dairy In the Republic of Panama,
print weekly sailing lists of pas passengers
sengers passengers on the Line, including
any United States representa representatives.
tives. representatives. "Local activities of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal sub-committee, con concerned
cerned concerned with Canal affairs, art
of prime importance in this a a-rea,
rea, a-rea, and this group of represen representatives
tatives representatives will be heartily welcom welcomed
ed welcomed again; in fact, we urge that
the Committee re-orient them themselves
selves themselves as often as circumstances
demand It."
The USCA letter waa address addressed
ed addressed to the following dailies:
The Philadelphia Inquirer and
The Evening Bulletin, Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, P.; New York World-Telegram,
New York Journal-American,
The Baltimore News Post,
The Guide. Baltimore. Md., The
Hudson Dispatch, Union City,
N.J., The Jersey Journal, Jersey
City, N.J., San Francisco Exam Examiner,
iner, Examiner, Oakland Calif.; Emeryville
Goldrti Gate Herald, Emeryville.
Calif., Onkland Tribune, Oak
land, Calif., The San Francisco
News, San Francisco. Appleton
Post Crescent (Twin City
Branch). Neenah-Menasha, Wis,
Twin City News-Record, Neenah,
Wis., Sheboygan Press, Sheboy Sheboygan.
gan. Sheboygan. Wis., and San Francisco
Call Bulletin, aan Francisco.
US Army Develops
New Flamethrower
WASHINGTON. Oct. 19- (UPV-
The army has developed a one-
fhot flamethrower whuch can be
carried into combat by paratroop paratroopers.
ers. paratroopers. The new weaoon eifhs only 39
1-2 pounds, one third the
weiolit of mltin1f shot flsme flsme-throwsrs
throwsrs flsme-throwsrs and will be used la
clee ranee combat.
The army, in an announcement
Vesterdsy, said the weaoon would
be especially good against bunk bunkers
ers bunkers and other emnlaced nositions
against which high explosives are
ineffective.



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PANAMA RENT FREEZE?

i .ut, intoroet what t.ha Ti s Oovmment is eo-

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lag to do to heip tne local-rate employes oi tne ranama oauat
Company, who may suiter because oi changes in their iivinm
conditions brougnt about by the latest treaty Detween the tinn tinned
ed tinned States and tne Repuolic ot Panama.
Now I woula like to know what plans the Panama Govern Govern-ment
ment Govern-ment hat tor the protection of these people. It is obvious that
ane is Interested in their welfare, since she has made sucn
clamor about tne necessity of a wag nine for tnem. Some
cynics in the Zone are ot the opinion that tneir interest is
oniy in seeing that they bring as much U.S. money as they
possibly can into the pockets of the merchants and landlords
of Panama, and that the Government noes not give a hoot lor
the welfare of the Pan Canal local rater.
The Panama Government is in a strong position to prove
how wrong these cynics 'are. By immediately freezing rents in
' Fanana and putting a ceiling on food prices, she can assure
that the local rate Panama Canal employes that they will not
suffer. Thess moves would also bring a measure of security
to tne poorer people of Panama who are presently living in
fear that their rents will be hiked to force them to leave and
make room for Zone employes. ,
To carry Panama s planning for its citizens who work in
the Zone a little further for the benefit not only of these peo people
ple people but of the country itself, the Panama Government couid
jLn Government housing or building loans to assure that their
cVltens will raise not lower their standards of living.
a it's up to Panama to show the cymes and the world wheth whether
er whether or not she really cares about her own citizens.
We Shall See

Sir:

MARIA MOORS CABOT AWARDS

rAi,,Yhio Tinivprsitv has announced the awards lor tne

present year of the Maria Moors Cabot Medals to newspaper newspapermen
men newspapermen "tor advancement of international friendship in the Amer Americas."
icas." Americas." A Panamanian journalist told me today that friendship,
especially for the United Sttaes, is at a low ebb.
I am pleased to note that three of the journalists honored
are old friends. They are Carl W. Ackerman, dean emeritus oi
the Graduate School of Journalism, Columbia University; Ro Roberto
berto Roberto Garcia Pena, editor of the "late" El Tiempo, of Bogota
and Herbert Matthews, of the editorial board of The New York
Tiffifes
Dean Ackerman had more to do with the establishment of
the awards and has had more to do with the awards than any any-other
other any-other person. Now that he has retired he is to get the award
himself and nothing could be more appropriate; nothong more
pleasing to his many friends in both the newspaper and officia,
circles of Latin America.
Roberto Garcia Pefia is one of Latin America's most liberal
and distinguished journalists. He directed for years El Tiempo,
of Bogota, one of Latin America's great newspapers. El Tiem Tiempo
po Tiempo has been suppressed by a stupid dictator in the name of
patriotlam and freedom of the press. But I am sure that El
Tiempo will be revived and will survive the man who suppressed
Herbert Matthews knows Latin America and Latin Amer Americans.
icans. Americans. He has many years as foreign correspondent to his cred credit,
it, credit, and although he now is chiefly an editoriaLwr ter, he still

visits the countries, about wnicn ne write, nt juiuo
iv,,r.,oc th.ir- fiiatnms ftnrt their Dolitics. their strength ana

weir WBiyTtMM ABjSAiro'""!! wy-'" -r-many
flEnTOjewtP W.

-kvxukai ivtvinn nf F.i TntTiinsiffer.te. Salta. Arffentlriti

was one of the victims of another stupid dictator, Juan -Peron,
who Is now the honored guest of another dictator, one Perez
Jimenez, who is no friend of freedom of the press nor any
other brand of freedom. Peron not only closed Senor Torino i
paper, but also imprisoned the owner. The same Peron wa
the darling of some members of the local press while he lived
on the Isthmus.
It Is worthy of notice that two of the three awards to Latin
America went to countries ruled or formerly ruled by dictators,
who were enemies of the freedom of the press and the otht. otht.-freedoms
freedoms otht.-freedoms that are the life blood of democracy.
Only one, that to Jesus Alvarez de Castillo, editor and pub publisher
lisher publisher of El Informador of Guadalajara, Mexico, lives in a coun country
try country with a democratic government and freedom of the press.
Crede Calhoun

Labor News
And
Comment

RED CROSS CLOTHING

Sir

Ac 0 worker in the Red Cross I wish to thank the iadles

who sent clothing into the Red Cross at our recent request.
It Is hard to take the time to go over the clothing of the
family and sort out the ones that are no longer needed and
n deenlv annreclate Your efforts.

We do want to give shoes and clothing to children who ask

for it. They do not like to appear dinerent irom tneir piay
mti an thv lnnc for shoes and some clothing.

I hope that the public won't forget this request and from
time to time will send us things they no longer need. We use

clothing for adults but especially tor tne cnuaren.
A Volunteer

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By VICTOR RIESEL

I telephoned Secretary of Dis Disarmament
armament Disarmament Harold Sstassen to in inquire
quire inquire into his activities. 1 discov discov-ered
ered discov-ered that he was uniquely trying
to prove himself wrong. The only

disarming he's doing wr tne mo moment
ment moment is among the voters he once
inMi a dim mprtime said would be

opposed to a Republican ticket

with Dick Nixon on it. t. -Stassen
went back to his desk
mn th White House execuUve

staff the day after the Republican

convention, and he tells me ne nas
coon the President and works

closely with him on policy and

politics.
Ctccon slcn has been out cam

naiinine in the Eastern industrial

states and mere nc raus- uave

run into some strange c-eaieiiows.
For there and in the Midwest

nri in California, too we now

witness the phenomenon of many

nf Minus severest critics uuu

plumping' for the ticket. Oddly

annueh tnst memoes some www

ful labor organizations.

All n WHICH U1UVCB maiijr
thmoc hut. what, fascinates me

mr,t l the fact that the national

AFL-C10 high command has not

tried or has neen unaoie 10
keep the massive labor movement

cAiMiv hennri Mie Democratic UCK-

et it endorsed late in August.

r.hief anions these -non-con

formists" is Dave Beck, head of
the powerful Teamsters Brother

hood. Alter a meeting witn mr.
T.iianhnuer' nn Monday. Oct. 15.

Beck who led the fight in the
AFL-CIO high command against

endorsement ot Stevenson ana ne-
faiiver told renorterc ha was for

Ike's reelection and expectd that

me iresiaent wouia win wiae

rank-and-file labor backing.

I noted as I swung arounl the

circle that the labor people are not

solidly behind Mevenson. They ap
pear to be sharply divided. Cer

tainly the old CIO group, led by

Walter Reuther and Jim Carey,

are beating the drums and air

waves for Stevenson and Kefau-

ver. But the old-line AFL people
who were for the Republicans long

before Dick and Pat carried

school books are still for the Re

...kl:

puuucaus, Jintarenm switch anri she nearri

In Illinois, I found the Old AFL,him Hisnaras her with words like

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ciiie Washington
Merry-Go -Round

Waiter Winchell In New Yore

Actress Margaret Sullavan's
mysterious disappearance is not a
mystery to The Col'm . Mar

garet simply walked out and kept
on walking ... Because some
Studio One exec forgot to flip the

behind the Republicans down

where the political machine really

lolls. There are exceptions, of

course. But there's a labor push

there for the Republican state

ticket and that will help Eisen

hower and Nixon.

In Indiana, the AFL Building

Trades, which have a way of really
pushing quietly, are working with
the Republicans in many areas.

in Ohio, tens of thousands of dol

lars have been poured into the

political war chest of Republican

&en. George Bender. He's gotten

powerful AFL support against Gov.

frank Lausche in the fight for the

seat ot the late Sen. Robert Taft.

If the Republicans carrv Michi

gan, home of the Auto Workers

Union, it will be due to powerful

AFL support neutralizing Walter

Keutner s efforts in his home state

Failure by Reuther to win on his

home grounds will set the flying

young man back, in and put of

pontics, ne s Dy lar the most ac active
tive active of the laborltes. He's eager

to win for Stevenson. But loss of
the state to the GOP would cost
him considerable prestige in la-

IB California, the AFT. has Inns

been in the Republican corner and
many of the union chiefs

lighting to re-elect Sen. Thoma

Aucnei. Let me throw in a nr

diction here: that this senatorial

race is going to make political

usiury in tne next year or two,
regardless of who wins.

mere is strong AFL support

uiuugn, oi course, hardly unani

mous in the Northwest for the

itepuoucan national and
ticket.

him disparage her with words like

this: one s a (deleted by the edi

tor) and .that dress! etc, etc,
etc" ... So she got even and

took a stroll without saying ta-ta

Hurrav for Margaret .

Life's article on Roberta Sherwood
broke Oct. 15th. It's a darling

for a darling . Don't miss the
Oct. 19t!i WW-NBC-TV frolic star starring
ring starring Roberta . Sammy Davis,
Jr., will have 8-year-old Jonelle

Allen as hit partner that night-

doing the Bojangle Robinson-Shir-

iey a ampie stair uance. wait u
you see her iace! That smile and

those eyes! . "Fair Lady" star

Julie Andrews, composer Richard

Rodgers and his wife Dorothy in
stitches at W W. tinging the "Aft

er You ve Gone" obugato with
Judy G. on the Palace stage. (We

Memo from Girl Friday: Re Regarding
garding Regarding Marie (TV critic) Torree's
query: "What is WW's reaction to
the notices on his first show? "I
gave her what you told me: "I
always said that critics were good
for showfolks because even from
the most inept critic you might
learn something" . The Tren Tren-dex
dex Tren-dex rating whieh had you ahead
of all the opposition, including the
hour show which followed yours
(Dinah Shore and Frank Sinatra),
was taken in 14 Trendex cities,
while your competition got 15 cities
an extra town in which to aet

their rating higher. What kind of

a crap game is this, the only one
In ttwn? . Time Mag says
you were "edgy but not bad" .
Everybody in the cast, including

state the stage crew, 'knows you were

the only one who wasn t edgy

ACKOSI

FWKiXO,
California
4 Part
Nimbus

12 English drink
11 Ismail bird
H Whst deserts
are
D Church seat
It In another
place
It Withdraws
SO Comforts
21 Mineral rock
It Ages
34 Crippled
U Japanese
plants
27 Drinking
vessel
SO Chooses
in Delay
S Raid
5 Cheers
36 Notes of
Kale (var.)
7 Goad
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MO Church recess
4' Malde
41 Kind of pie
(45 Small
ornamental
covers
49 Without
happenings
f' French friend
i Allowance
for watte

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2 Toward the
sheltered side
3 Recent
arrivals
4 Scandinavian
5 Heraldic band
6 Disordered

7 Compass point 26 Employers

all

8 Laughs

t War god
of Greece
10 Italian coins
11 Poems
17 Cunning
mammal
IS Upright
23 Clad

24 For fear that

27 Fabrics

28 Shoshonean
Indians
29 Heroic feat
3! Short scarf
38 Jacket part
38 Qropsy
40 Skin disorders
41 Girl's
nickname

25 Century plant 42 Allot

43 Russian
emperor,
" the
Terrible"
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fiddling
emperor
46 Glacial ridges
47 Australian
ostrich
48 Location ,?
50 Statute

wtaecups
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M Seth i tea
(Bib.)
iS Furtive
8T Prosecute

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In many states, the local labor You were iust sleepy.

ooaies are neutral, sitting on their
hands and treasuries despite ap appeals
peals appeals by labor's Committee on Po

litical Education (COPE) for

tunas, inese units have enough

luuuey 10 neip tne Democrats out
of their financial travail which has

even curtailed their staffs in many

wnwi
All of this is known to the White

House staff which is briefed both

by Labor Secretary James Mitch Mitchell
ell Mitchell and such ear-to-the grounders
as Bernard Shanlej.

That's why the White House
staff it feuding with the conser

vatives in the GOP high command

itself. The White House group, led
by Sherman Adams, has its eye
on the middle-of-the-road and la labor
bor labor rank-and-file votes. More and
more, 'the Adams bloc is influenc

ing the President's policies and
activities these campaign days.
More and more the White House
staff is booking the President into

certain areas and guiding his

speeches and approaches.
This accounts for the appoint appointment
ment appointment of Justice William J. Bren-

nan to the Supreme Court and for

the attitude towards labor taken

by Mr. Eisenhower in his recent
broadcast when questioned by a

rank-and-file auto worker. You

will find no attack oh labor roar

ing out ef the White House.
If this tactic wins for Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower and Nixon, there win certainly
be a reshuffling of Republican

leaders this winter.

Autumn's colorful splash In the
parks. Gold, russet, brown and
yellow a leafy conflagration .
Joe E. Lewis' daffy dandies at the
Copa . Over 5000 years of
creative accomplishments on ex exhibit
hibit exhibit at the Museum of Art .
Eleanor Ward, the current Miss
Subways. A dimpled darling
Washington Square's fading relics.
Homes erected during the Civil
War era . Moonlight lending
enchantment to the green-tiled
McGraw-Hill skyscraper on 42nd
Street ... The Colonial Theatre's
intricate mechanical web for
transmitting TV wonders. . .The
private cobbled road in Sutton
Place . Fifth Avenue vibrant
with activity engaged in mone monetary
tary monetary adventures Aladdin's treas treasures
ures treasures in every shop-window.

Sabbath ehorchbells commi

eating beautiful messages to

spirit ... The 27 dailies in 13
languages . Gay and colorful
flower boxes on the windows of
grimy tenements . Applause

serenading the Rockettes' high-

kicking climax Van (Jortlandt
Park's primitive forest and vast
bird sanctuaries . Lower Man Manhattan's
hattan's Manhattan's waterfront scene: Tug Tugboats
boats Tugboats and towers . Tiffany's
where diamonds are seductively

exhibited on beds of black velvet

. . Cwen Verdon's hipsy-doodling
torsolos in "Damn Yankees" .
5 ayem when a quiet brightness
intensifies the skyline's magnificent-arcs
and extensive curves .
Martha Raye's "Little Girl" man manner
ner manner and her Little Girl image
Melody rehearsing.
Furry-waves of first-nighters
drowning a theatre In luxury .

Central Park's lagoons ... A

strange epitaph in Trinity
Church's cemetery: "Ha, Sydney,
Sydney! Lyest Thou Here? I Here
Lye. Till Time Is Flown to Its
Eternity" . Julie Andrews in
MFL turning on her shelectricity
with "I Could Have Dahnced All

Night!" Dahnced Dahnced

alll Dightttt! ... The busy effi efficiency
ciency efficiency at Idlewild and LaGuardia

airports . The Music Hall's im

pressive mural the world's lar

gest . Times Square's brilliant

galaxy . Sammy Davis, Jr. and
his sure-firecracker talent near the

finale of 'Mr. Wonderful .

The sunrise festival of vivid hues
celebrating the birth of .. new day
. . The Waldorf-Empire Room's
star (neat Monday night) Lisa
Kirk, who made show biz history

after a doxen Winchell raves
(Kirk-a-doodle-doooo )

The broad avenue leading to

Central Park's maU flanked with

trees and statues. Among the ce

lebs frozen in stone are Columbus,

bbakespeare, Beethoven and Vic

tor Herbert . Paul Muni in

"inherit the Wind'' making every
Mure a Work of Art . ; A cnil cnil-dTOi's
dTOi's cnil-dTOi's playground on the roof of
the Wollman Memorial's main
building . The autumn wind's
whistling delight causing leaves to
turn handsprings . Carnegie
Hall's apartments where music is

taught, written or auditioned. A

mecca for young hopes . The
city from Queensboro Bridge: A
series of lanky edifices peering
over each other's shoulder. A

crazy pattern of magical trchitec
hire ... The wonderful oedes

trians, who recognize TV pets on

tne street ana make love to them

in front of everybody!

Judy Garland at the Palace. A

memorable marriage of magic
anH m n .in Tha ml..l,!.l

ing of David Wayne and Arthur

Kennedy in "The Loud Red Pat

rick. Funtertaining . The
curved stairway in the Plaza Ho Hotel's
tel's Hotel's Terrace Room. A perfect set

ting mr a mg Entrance ... Ed

ward G. Robinson in 'Middle of
the Night" conveying the tender

poignancy of a lonely man

Lindy's restless excitement. The

clatter of rishe' te babble of

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LOS ANGELES Gov. Goodwin
Knight of California, a gentleman
who is not too high hat to be
called I'Goody," was not popular
for a time with the ruling minds
of the Republican party. Reason:
He liked Ike, but didn't like Dick.
After San Francisco, however,
Goody was wooed and courted.
Len Hall, who was once sore as
biases at Goody, phoned him and
said:
"We need you."
"OK," said the governor of Cal California.
ifornia. California. "What's the assignment?"
Go to Whittier and introduce
him. Since then he's been cam campaigning
paigning campaigning wherever the GOP high
command has sent him chiefly
Florida, West Virginia and Mary Maryland.
land. Maryland. Knight was also asked to go
to Michigan to woo the labor vote,
since he's about the only Republi Republican
can Republican governor with a strong labor
backing. Knight, however, refused
and is heading back to California.
Too many fires to put out at
home.

He has reported to Republican

headquarters that Sen. Tom Ku-

chel will defeat Democrat Dick
Richards but that Ike himself is

in trouble in California.

For the first time in years the

name Democratic is on the
ticket. Hitherto, California has
had cross-filing and a lot of people
really didn't realize who were the

Democratic and Republican can

didajes. But with the name Re Republican
publican Republican clearly stamped after a

candidate s name, and witn Demo

cratic registration heavy, Gover

nor Knight is not at all sure what

the final outcome will be in No

vember.

Note After wooing Knight to

get out on the hustings, Len Hall

seemed peculiarly unappreclauve.

The governor of California spent

all week end m the Carlton Hotel
in Washington where Hall was also
residing, but Hall made no effort

to see him.
KIY WITNESS
Texas Congressman Jack Brooks

has siapped a subpoena on an ex-

Eisenhower administration otticiai,

now retired to a California ranch,
who, could tell the inside story

about tiOr" cnairman ien nau s

connection with the Nicarq Nickel

nlant scandal in Cuba.

This key witness it camuna

Mtnture. former head ot General

Services Admtnittnation, the huge

agency which lets government

contracts and aistriDutes more

money than any outside the Penta Pentagon.
gon. Pentagon. Mansure has already admitted

confidentially to investigators that

Hall out political pressure on nun

to award a $43,000,000 contract xor
expanding the Nicaro plant to
Raymond Concrete Pile. Mansure
wanted the contract to go to the
Frederick Snare Co., whieh built

it'm the. Iirat place, had person
nel and know-how in Cuba.

A diary and correspondence of
Randall Cremer, executive vice
president of Frederick Snare,
states that Hall didn't consider

his outfit sufficiently Republican.
Cremer even went out and con contributed
tributed contributed $1,500 to the Republican
congressional campaign commit committee
tee committee within a matter of days after
being asked by Hall for evidence
of his loyalty to the Republican
cause.
COP DONATIONS
Cremer has also admitted to In Investigators
vestigators Investigators that other Frederick
Snare officials, including company
president George Seeley, made
donations to the Republicans up
to $500 after hints from Half.
These contributions were made to
the finance chairmen in New York
and New Jersey.
This entry was dated June 15,
1954. Within two months, the fi finance
nance finance chairmen collected from
the Frederick Snare officials, and
Hall suddenly withdrew his objec objections
tions objections to the company's Nicaro bid.
The secret Cremer diary alto
claims Hall demanded that Fred Frederick
erick Frederick Snare prove its own Repub Republican
lican Republican standing and olace its insur

ance through a GOP firm. Several

prominent Republicans Touched
for the Snare Company's political
rightness, including Ambassador
to Cuba Arthur Gardner.

la a private cable to Hall, Gard Gardner
ner Gardner assured him that Frederick
Snare "is pre-eminently qualified
from every angle and there it

possible tieup ,with former (Dem

ocratic! aaminisrrations.
SICRIT HUDDLE
The wire-pulling and political
backbiting over the juicy Nicaro
contract are one of the untold
scandals of Washington. More big big-time
time big-time officials and White House
friends got into the act than any
other in years. If the Inside
story is ever told it will main
Harry Vaughan's deep freeze loot
like chicken feed.
One untold chapter took place
in May, 1953, when Charlie Willis,
assistant to Sherman Adams in
the White House and son-in-law of
Harvey Firestone, phoned Man Man-sure
sure Man-sure and asked him to lunch at
the White House with Jocky Whit Whitney,
ney, Whitney, chairman, and Langbourne
Williams, president of Freeport
Sulphur.
Whitney is one of Eisenhower's
close friends and heavy contribu contributors.
tors. contributors. He was recently ottered the
refusal of the ambassadorship to
England. He and his company,
Freeport Sulphur, have been trying
to get their hands back on the Ni Nicaro
caro Nicaro plant which they once oper operated
ated operated for the government.
Later Willis called Mansure and
suggested that it might be unwise
to lunch in the White House. They
lunched in Whitney's suite at the
Hay-Adams Hotel, instead. Man Man-sure
sure Man-sure kept the date.
Whitney and Williams beat
orniinri the hush ahout Nicaro. but

never came right out with any
... mm ....

reposition, mansure snoweu no
isposition to make any private
deals.
Later, the Whiteneys showed up
at Secretary of the Treasury Hum Humphrey's
phrey's Humphrey's Georgia plantation while
Eisenhower Was visiting there,
and Mrs. Whitney, former wife of
Jimmie Roosevelt, flew back with
the President in his private plane.
In the end, Mansure insisted
that the contract go to the Snare
Pnmnanv whieh had the chief

lmnw.hnw though he eomoromised

'to the extent of letting Merritt-
o .1 f

t napman at acoiv cwu in w -half
after continued pressure

from high Republican sources.

The inside story snows tne enur enuring
ing enuring degrees to whicn politics has
kaAM a m r da

ciency in letting top government

contracts ot late.
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ALBANY (UP) -New
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nounced announced that more than W -000
persons have earned atgh
school equivalency diplomas since
the state set up its testing pro program
gram program nine years ago. The equiv equiv-atanev
atanev equiv-atanev dinloma it awarded adults

who did not finish school, after

they have passed equivalency
tests set up by the state.

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Antibiotic Newcomers May Save
More Lives Than Other Drugs

HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Ex- 'wives," posed for a photo at a

chisively Yours: Oscar winner. Holly wood parly the other night

Kmsf Rnfffninp savs he's not bit

ter in his lawsuit to break his
contract with Hecbt-Lancaster.
' Marty" claims he was paid only
$1,500 out of the $75,000 Hecht Hecht-Lancaster
Lancaster Hecht-Lancaster received for his loan loan-out
out loan-out to star in "The Best Things
in Life Are Free." Now it s free freedom
dom freedom Borgnine is after, although
he admitted to me:
"They aave me my ehaneete
win an Oscar and I'm not HHor.
But I don't lika poor) making
deals behind my back.'
Then he adds: "I guess 1 was a
rube when I came to Hollywood
because I put my trust in other
people."
No One haTeTer accused Tom
Ewell of being a profile kid but
look who swoons oyer him in tne
movies-Marilyn Monroe Shenee
North and now Jayne Mansfield.
iwt watch for an early mar-

i.. M,v Wvnn and Paul

WASHINGTON, Oct. 19 (UP)-

Scientists reported yesterday that
two newly discovered antibiotics'
mav save lives where other drugs
have lost their sting against re resistant
sistant resistant germs.

The newcomers, oleandomycin

Wonder if it will be titled. 'Want

ed-TV Husband." . "Half Hu Human"
man" Human" is slated as haw mnvio

title. No, Myrtle, I'm assured it and vancomycin, were said to be
isn't about a certain mnvi tr 1 Darticularlv effective against the

After All these years, Roscoe! staphylococci germs which cause
Ates finally landed his first non ( roughly 50 per cent of all common
stuttering role in a movie, "The infections.
Big Caper." . Tyrone Power
changed his mind and has The staphylococci have become

shelved plans to star in 'Lorenzo, real troublemakers. Many strains

X Jk Wok', new ..-

film series, butllub
will bo '"" kl "Don't mil
Jack's tay inf. "I""" An It1 of
th.m siiwlo as long aa can. it

the Magnificent.'

Jerry Lewis flipped it at a
movie party:
'Elvis Presley was scheduled
to appear, but he had to get
wormed." Presley's first movie
'Love Me Tender," will have a
Thanksgiving holiday release
No, it isn't a turkey.

Sad atory for Jtidv Garlanrf

Her medics have adivsed her she

can never nave another baby.

Overheard in a Hollywood night

have developed an immunity to
the older antibiotics. Doctors
sometimes cannot knock out an

In addition, they said It com combines
bines combines well with other antibiotics,
enhancing the effect of both and
reducing the chances of resistant
germs developing. There is a ma major
jor major new trend toward combination
drugs because of their effective effectiveness
ness effectiveness against resistance.
"Physicians used to hold up
their hands in horror at the idea
of combined drugs," said Dr.
Henry Welch, symposium chair chairman.
man. chairman. "But it's the coming thing

now. It seems to be the best way

to deal with resistant organisms."
Dr. Sigmund S. VYinton of North Northwestern
western Northwestern University reported that
sigmamycin a combination of

oleandomycin and tctracyclin

l mm ----- I t
aire us mora chance for p or
?:iIT-. awfata.. thav'd have to

move mt'o an apartment and we

can't afford one yet.
Now it caiTbT told: Jayne
Mansfield ankled to Hollywood a
tear and a half ago, when Warn Warner
er Warner Bros, passed up a chance to
film "The Revolt of Mamie
Stover Jayne had been promised
ST rnle Reason for Jayne s

switch from yellow to P
blonde: the studio's hopes that
ahe'll ring box office bells as an

other Jean Hanow.
Ben Hecht took a full-page ad advertisement
vertisement advertisement in a film trade paper
to tell Bob Hope he has removed
his name as author "from our
mutilated venture 'The Iron Petti Petti-"
" Petti-" (costamng Hope and

Katharine Hepburn) Hecht s not
wordage about It in the open letter

to Hope: 1
M k.. -..anificant comic par

fermanco ha. boon awawgj
'I m assured by my hopeful
creditors that The Iron Petticoat
will to over big with poopl. who

'can't got onougn or
- ... thit swooning con

ringer 1. not eonfinod to yourooH

and your owpnarit -.

Jeff Donnell, Nanette rbray
JS T t.. H.een. all ex-TV

uu

mind her. She's just do-

wishful drinking."

Shed no tears for Las Vegas,
reported a year ago to be on the

road to red ink. Gene Murphy of

me uesen inn reports "the heav heaviest
iest heaviest tourist season in the last five
years" business up 21.7 per
cent in the first half of this vear
against the corresponding 1955 pe period.
riod. period. . Ava Gardner finished
"The Little Hut" and decided that
she never again wants to plav
comedy. That opens MGM's "Mv

i Most -Intimate Friend" to an ac

tress who doesn't mind latieh
lines. The picture was written for
Ava and Lana Turner.

infection which used to succumb j prove effective in 48 out of 50 in

easify. In some cases, pauenis
have died because of drug drug-resistant
resistant drug-resistant germs.
Investigators told the fourth an annual
nual annual symposium on antibiotics
here that oleandomycin, made by
Charles Pfizer k Co., seems to be
a promising new weapon against
resistant germs because it strikes
hard and fast before they can de develop
velop develop any defenses.

Diggers Unearth
3500-Year-Old
Temple Near Nile

CAIRO Oct. 19 (UP) Egyptian
archeoloeists have unearthed a

temple nearly 3.500 years old near
Tiiebes Necropolis on the western
banks of the Nile, the newspaper

Al Ahram reported today. The re

port said the temple belonged to

the Pharaoh Amenhopis III and
THE Pharaoh Amephopis IU and
covers about 100 acres.

Off-Limifs OoHing
Results In Lawsuit
Against N. C. City

OREENSBORO, Oct. 19 (UP)-

Attorneys for 10 Negroes refused
u ;.,ii nn a "private

h.r. filed suit in Federal

Middle District Court today chal challenging
lenging challenging the city's right, to srie srie-itep
itep srie-itep tetegratkm by leasing public
l4The suit asks for an immediate
injunction 'forever restraining
ihT city of Greensboro from deny denying
ing denying Negroes 'the use and enjoy enjoyment
ment enjoyment o? any golf course or park
established or operated or mam mam-tainTby
tainTby mam-tainTby the city of Greensboro
on account of race or color
It is the first suit aimed at
tearing down North Carolina race
laws in connection with the U S.
Supreme Court's ruling against
forced segregation of public
""'The suit oajy Involves the city
of Greensboro and the Gillespie
Park golf course," attorney Ha Harold
rold Harold Kennedy of Winston Salem
told United Press. "But it will
set a precedent."
"We are trying to prove that
k. iv is attempting to do in-

tirMiv what it cannot do di

rectly," Kennedy aaid.
Six of the 10 Negro plaintiffs
face trespassing charges for play playing
ing playing nine holes of golf o tne
course. They are Dr. George
Svmoktns Jr Phi"Pfc CooV
Samuel Murray, Elijah H. Herr Herring,
ing, Herring, Joseph Sturdivant and Leo Leonids
nids Leonids Wolfe. The
rested Dec. 7, 1955. The eases
have not been settled.
The other four plaintiffs James
G Hagins, William Holmes, Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Lot Jr. and Lonnie Reynolds-were
denied permission to
play on the golf course Feb. 1,

1949, tne suit alleges.
The suit charges that 'the de-j
fendant Gillespie Park Golf Club
Inc. is not a private golf club,!
but is. in fact, an agent of thej

city of Greensboro, organized lor
the express purpose of aiding the
city of Greensboro in carrying out
its policies of excluding Negro ci citizens
tizens citizens from the municipally-owned
gotf course."
Senator Wins Suit
From Confidential
Book, And Authors
NEW YORK, Oct. 19 (UP) -Sen.
Margaret Chase Smith (R (R-Maine)
Maine) (R-Maine) won a retraction and a
rash settlement today from 'the
authors and publishers of the
book, 'U.S.A. Confidential Her
one million dollar libel suit
against them was about to go to
trial.
The retraction ia to be printed
in paid advertisements in Maine
publications next week The cah
settlement waa reported to be
approximately $15,000.
.Mrs. Smith filed the suit in
Mar 1952. She charged that Jack
I ait, editor of The New York
Daily Mirror: Lee Mortimer, H,r H,r-ror,
ror, H,r-ror, columnist, and Crown Pub Publishers.
lishers. Publishers. Inc.. had libeled her.

fections during a clinical trial.
And 37 of these infections were
resistant to one or more of the

older antibiotics. Dr. C. N. Carter

reported similar findings in a
study of 189 patients in Gaines
ville, Fla.
Oleandomycin was described as
a complex sugar molecule made
by a streptomyces mold and the
oleander bush. It is expected to

be on the market this fall. Van-1
comycin, however, is not expected

to reach the general public until

next fall at the earliest.

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Labor Unrest Said
In East Germany;
Troops Being Senl
BERLIN, Oct. 19 (UP) East
German Communists have rushed
troops to the city of Magdeburg
to meet labor unrest and strikes,
reports reaching West Berlin
said today.
The reports were given by the
West Berlin Newspaper Der Tag
and by the West Berlin organiza organization
tion organization known as the Free Jurists In Investigating
vestigating Investigating Committee.
Der Tt said strikes wore
taking place in Magdeburg,
erfurt and Chomnita
But the reports of strikes were
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER II, 1MI

CARD OF THANKS
We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to the many
friends and sympathisers in our recent bereavement at
the loss of a Tery dear mother and sister.
Abo to the doctors and nurses at Gorgas Hospital for
their untirin efforts during the trying: days.
JOHN B. MORTON (Son)
Mrs. JEWEL GOODENOOGH (Sister)

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WARSAW (UP)-Wladyslaw Go Go-muika.
muika. Go-muika. a friend of Poland's "little
people," will be formally reinstal reinstalled
led reinstalled in a position of power today
in a move intended to bolster the
government's sagging prestige
with its restless people.
Gomulka, 50, a former vice pre-

imier, Is ending seven years of ar

rest and exile. He was accused of
"deviationism" for standing up to

Josef Stalin as Marshal Tito did
in Yugoslavia.
Observers today were not sure
exactly what post the Communist
Party Central Committee will give
Gomulka in its meeting today
But it is expected to be one of the

Requiem Mass

A retrem mass will -he held
tomorrow morning at 1 a.m. j
a. I 1

i inc san tiijuci noman
Catholic Church for the late
Mrs.' Denise La combe, who
died two years ago tomorrow.

Social

top positions.
Gomulka's return caps the vast
changes now taking place in Po Poland
land Poland and which were speeded up

by the June 28 Poznan rebellion
Next to the late President Boles

law Bierut, no Polish leader is
more admired by the "little

people" than Gomulka.

The people of Poland were told
for the first time Wednesday that'
Gomulka had returned to the
party's inner council. The news
was received with great satisfac satisfaction,
tion, satisfaction, especially by the peasants

and artisans who remember him

as their protector.

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Hungarian Students
Want Autonomy,
No Russian Lessons

' VIENNA, Oct. 19 (UP) Uni

versity students !n Communist
Hungary have begun a fight for
liberty "comparab e to the revoiu-

tionary struggle of Hungarian in

tellectuals, too years ago," a Buda Budapest
pest Budapest newspaper said today.
A copy of Szabado Ifjusag
(Free Youth), Uie organ of the
Hungarian Youth Organization ar arriving
riving arriving here, quoted four princip principles
les principles demanded by Hungarian uni university,
versity, university, students in their "liberty
fight":'
1. Abolition of obligatory Rus Russian
sian Russian lessons.
2 Less obligatory Marx Lenia

ideology lessons.

3. Reorganization of obligatory

military university instruction,

4. Complete autonomy and self-

government of universities.

Hungary s well known intel

lectual Petoefi debating club re repeatedly
peatedly repeatedly has demanded the aboli

tion of obligatory Communist sub

jects in the universities, but the
demand for autonomy and self-

government had not been voiced
publicly in Communist Hungary.
The reference to the struggle
of 100 years ago was to the abor abortive
tive abortive revolution of IMS by Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian military and intellectual
leaders against Austrian rale. The
uprising later became a symbol of
Hungary's struggle for independence.

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and Mrs. Milton A. Cookson, is shown in her wedding gown. Her marriage to Mr. Ralph E.
Malcolm, Jr., took place at the Church of Our Saviour, New Cristobal, Oct. 11.

BETA SIGMA PHI WILL STAGE "BREAKFAST
IN HOLLYWOOD" AT HOTEL WASHINGTON
TO RAISE FUNDS FOR CHARITY
The annual "Breakfast In Hollywood" program sponsored
by Beta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority will be held at
the Hotel Washington at 9:31 a.m. Nov. 3.
Admission will be S1.50 plus an original hat, which must
'he worn to the breakfast. The proceeds derived from the
function will be used to benefit the home of Destitute
in Colon, and to help establish a program for the blind in

conjunction with the Salvation Army.

Prises will be given at the
slightest provocation throughout
the breakfast. There will also be
one for the most original hat worn,
one each for the prettist and the
funniest hats worn, one for the

oldest lady present, door prizes,

and many others. Many awards
have been donated through the

generosity of the fouowing mer mer-'
' mer-' chants in Colon : Motta's, I. L. Ma Ma-duro,
duro, Ma-duro, Shaw's, The French Bazaar,
Suranv's, Finlayson Studio, Civa Civa-:
: Civa-: de Colon, Kodak, El Panama Ho Ho-jtel,
jtel, Ho-jtel, Radio Center, Casullo, Mar Margarita
garita Margarita Florist, Isle de Cuba, Tags
ropulos. and Faroza's. The door
(prizes and others are being kept
as a surprise.
Mrs. B. F. Slaughter, who first
1 introduced Breakfast in Hollywood

to the Isthmus last year, will a-

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gain preside as mistress of Cere Ceremonies.
monies. Ceremonies. Pat Bailey and Boots Mit Mitchell
chell Mitchell will act as Co-Chairmen.
Reservations must be made In
advance and not later than Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, Nov. 1. Tickets may be, ob obtained
tained obtained from any member of the
sorority, or by calling the follow following
ing following numbers: 5-443, 5-118. 3-2305-3-3154.
No tickets will be sold at
the door.

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since has been living in Antigua,

iruaiemaia, wnere m Ms home he
received friends and visiting cler

gymen rrom an parts of the
world. He is 94 years old.
"Panama Pattfe" Will
Be Reviewed For College Club
Mrs. William B. Tucker and
Mrs. Edward A. Doolan will en entertain
tertain entertain the Book Review Group of
the Canal Zone College Club, at
J:S0 a.m., Thursday, Oct. 25, at
the home of Mrs. Tucker mm

NAD, Rodman.

Mrs. Jean Bailey win reveiw
her book, "Panama Pattie."

Dr. And Mrs. Vera

Entertain Distintuishod
Houieguest
The Venerable Archdeacon Ed Edward
ward Edward J. Cooper, who for 35 years
was rector of the Christ Church
by the Sea church of Colon, arriv arrived
ed arrived here Wednesday to be a house
guest of Dr. A. and Mrs. Vern
Prier of Colon of Cristobal. Fath

er Cooper retired in 1941. and

Miss Sarita Watson
Will Celebrate Srithoay
Miss Sarita K. Watson risuoh.

ter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter C.

Watson of Rodman will celebrate
her 15th hirthrlav at 9 Itartv in

be held at the Rodman Golf Club,

tomorrow nigni.
Lutheran Women Will Held
Annual Bazaar
The League of Lutheran Women
will hold their Annual Bazaar at
the Lutheran Service Center, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Rd., Friday, Nov. 2 at 5 p.m.
A ham supper will be served
starting at 5 D.m. Tickets for th

supper are $1.25 for adults and 50

cents lor children under 12. They

Red Brother Talks

Going 'Happily';

Tito, Slavs Renew
BELGRADE, Oct. 19 -(UP) -Radio
Belgrade reported -today
that initial talks between Com Communist
munist Communist leaders of Hungary and
Yugoslavia have ended "with very
positive results."
The broadcast attributed the
statement to Ernoe Geroe, secre secretary
tary secretary of the Hungarian Communis
party. The radio quoted Yugoslav
President Tito aa aavins tu. Tb.

were of great importance for the
further progress of relations be between
tween between our two countries."
Communist delegations from
Bulgaria and Italy preceded the
Hungarians here and a fourth
group from Romania will arrivo
Saturday.
Ohinrvitrc tialima tu. - a.i

lowing Tito's conferences with
Soviet loaders, reflect differences
among Communist leaders on the'
future course of world commun communism.
ism. communism. The result, observers think,

ucicnnme wnetner Moscow
will onntipii iM

( ommuni: ; parties or whether the
national parties will be granted

"'"cpgnuaace qi action

should be fcllPKnaaajl V.k..J

from any member of the League

wi uj catling mrs. ueorge STlvtl-
ter 2-4176 or Mrs. George Willen Willen-brock
brock Willen-brock 2-2900.
Tables of hand made articles,
Christmas novelties and horaa
cakes and cookies will be featur featured.
ed. featured. A White Elephant table will
also be included.
Tamale Dinner
Prom Philadelphia
Mr. and Mrs. Lois X. Woof
gave a ddinner party at their res residence
idence residence in Colon, for George Bol Bolton,
ton, Bolton, who is here on a short visit
from Philadelphia.
Mr. Bolton is the house guest of
Julio Kam and plans to be on the
Isthmus for three weeks.
Among those present at the din dinner
ner dinner were Mrs. AvieBe P. Golding
(the former Avielle Lim) and
Miss Arleae p. Lim who are the
house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Um
E. Wong. They are here on vaca vacation
tion vacation prior to their return to Almi Almi-rante
rante Almi-rante where they live.
Also present at the dinner war
Misses Gertrude Cheng, Aurora
P. Lim, Alice P. Lim, Mrs. and
Mrs. Alvin P. Lim, Mr. Julio
Kam, and Andrew P. Lim,

(CONTINUED ON PAGE I)

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COCKTAIL HOUR in the BALBOA BAR friends meet at
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And on Fridays and Saturdays, there's also
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Bakt Sale
At Sacrad Hurt
Social Hll
Ob Sunflav morning following
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Caribbean Callae Club
Held first Mettirvg Of Year
At the first meeting of the Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean College Club for the new
vear, ft President, Mrs. W. E.
R,,.hmB ncnw) the meeting with

ursprf all the members who could

aaarihly auenu this Travel Sludy

uroup meei.ng to raaKe u worin-
hilp fur thp Krii?as who will be

coming from and returning to Bal

boa.
The next meeting of the Litera Literature
ture Literature "Study Group will be held on
Nov. 5 at which time Mr. James
?lau will review the works of
Margaret Higgins with s pe e i 1
emphasis on "Red Plush and
Black Bread."
The next General Assembly

nuHuas -t" ,T ;t. 4-iXov 2u vuir be under the direc

ted thT toDowing members tion of Mrs. J. F. Ueehan and it
rfS xecSfivVBoirt: st Vice-! will be annual Senior Night. Gov Gov-Ci
Ci Gov-Ci ta W Bridy; aad'ernor William Potter accepted the
rreaiaew, atri. n. . :..,:,,,: inMt tM. time.

Vice FresiOem. airs. j. ..-.. r

in,ski- .Wretarv. Mrs. X. Ham

ter photography and its problems.
Tony is well known among the
diving fraternity and he has some
interesting pictures to show the
members of the Aquamon Club,
so this is one meeting that
should not be missed.

sponsoring t card party tomorrow chased at the door fflr a dollar a
at the Gambca Civic Center attirVef. TfcW w;l be doc- prires as
7:30 p.m. This is an aanual affairwell as table prizes. Refreshment!
and the public is cordially invited will be served by members of the
to attend. Tickets may be pur-club.

iia; Treasurer, Mrs. C. B. iown

send: Post rreaiueni,
Brown; Historian, Mrs. D. Pe
tors; Program Chairman, Mrs. C

J. GKenis; Schojarifup onainuao

Mrs. J. Meenan;

Miss Thclma Godwin;

Social Chairman, Mrs. F. MeGil MeGil-berry;
berry; MeGil-berry; Memberahip Chairman,
Mr E. P. Tatelman; ActiviUes

Cristobal Emblem Club
Entertains With Cofloo
The Cristobal Emblem Club No.
Mitartainad with a i-offpf Salur-

(jUU1WW,IB -. ......
Finance; day morning at the Elks Home in

Rra?n Hpishls for members and

their guests, who were welcomed
kir Mn TWha (Vmoher Prcsirimt

Coffee was served by Mrs. Millie

"ra F P T&tf-lluan. fltuiuwivvi,t ...... -. . ... --
Airman M W French; Year jRecci. and Mrs. F.ye Day. Gifts

of iewelrv were presented to the

guests for various novel events
conducted during the morning.

Hnnir Mrs W. Bowen Md TUMI

citi', Mrs. Henrietta Cheok.
l..e program for the evening
was a very interesting and com
nf Pinrra I a

-'Rpii.nH Desire' the Tanv Mann Ta Lactura

life of Felix Mendelssohn, which On Undorwator Photography

was liven by Mri. J5. cuei

After the business meeting, re
frshmpnts were served by Mrs

The Isthmian Aquamen Club

will hold their next meeting at
T:3l p.m. on I'opdav, in the Board
Room on the 3rd floor of the Ad-

iiidh! .raiiou Buiiains. Main topic

IAWC Cooking Committee
Moots At Home Of
Mrs. PosjjY Pi Roslrtowox

The Cooking-Class committee oi
the Inter-American Women's Clubj

held a meeting on Wednesday,:

Oct. 17, at the home of Mrs. Feg-j
gy Paz Rodriguez in Ef Cangrejo.
The following members of the
Committee attended: Mesdamos
Truman Landon, Lfbby Napier,
Isabelle Angelini, Mary Ruppel,
Peggy Zartman, Rosa Hernandez,

Elma Carnzo, Mamy Larnzo, c.t c.t-len
len c.t-len Lavering. Teddy Burrell, Eu-
u..um Fitith Dean. Elsie!

Garcia. Ruby Ewald, Rita Mlson.l

Virginia White, Ursula vemura,
Margarita Dominguez, Ana E. to to-rrea.
rrea. to-rrea. Ligis de Armas. Mrs Do
Armas is Chairman of the C o m m-mitee
mitee m-mitee for the Canal Zone, a nd
Mrs. Isabelie Angelina is Chair Chairman
man Chairman for Panama.
The next luncheon, which is to
feature the Thanksgiving theme,
bhe'it.,;oSk.M,;F?e?.

Base. nosie ... r
gv Zartman and Mrs. Joan Webb

This win oe wracuii"
latter part of November, the date

to be announce- m
. I
Louis Sommor
Return!- To Miami
Far Brief Visit
Mr Louis Sommer left jnis
morninp for Miami to visit his
wife and new son. After a week
there, he wilt return to his con contracting
tracting contracting business in Panama.

"THE TROUBLE WITH HARRY"

r. .mi hpr Mmmittee. and nf intprest in the meeting will be

the theffl was in accordance to t talk by Tony Mann on underwa

the season including Mendtis

sMLHHi

sohn's "ihost." Mrs. D Peters
' T- Tl. aAlHIAii st thP

ana mrs. j. 'v'i
punch bowl. This incidentally,
was Mrs. Brown's last meeting
as she will soon move to the Pa-

CJ

Side!

Gamboa Women's Club
Will Sponsor Cord forty
The Gamboo Women's Club is

J.

it nnnnrpd that there will

hp a new Travei Study Groupi

v iith will be headed by Mrs.
F 'b Morris and their first meet meet-will
will meet-will be held on Thursday, Oct.
25
and Mrs. Leo Kriisa of the
, iie Side will attend this meet meeting
ing meeting and will show slides of their
round-the-world trip. Mrs Rushing
HOC.
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:15 Bor.'our Mesdames
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1:30 Wayne King Serenade
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2:30-Parls Star Time
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3 30 Music For Saturday
4:00 Feature Review
4.10 What's Your Favorite (re-

quegts taken by phone
till 3:00)
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: 15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
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:S0 Manhattan Melodies
: 45 Dolt Yourself
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8.00 Psturday Night Dancing
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8:30 Educating Archie
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10:00 Murie From Hotel El Pan Pan-ami
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violating the anti-trust laws and!

thwarting competition by acquir acquiring
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panies companies since 1951.
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the industry's largest firm; the
Borden Co.. New York City, and
Beatrice Foods Co., Chicago. The
commission said they had com combined
bined combined sales of 2.3 billion dollars
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It charged that acquisitions of
other corporations and privately privately-owned
owned privately-owned dairy companies b ythe
three firms represented a "con "constant
stant "constant and systematic elimination
of actual and potential cus customers'
tomers' customers' They were given 30 days to
answer. Hearings will be in New
Yorji and Chicago in December.
The charges were brought under
the Clayton anti-merger act and
a section of the FTC act pro prohibiting
hibiting prohibiting unfair competition.
If the commission sustains the
charges, the companies then could
appeal to the courts. FTC officials
were unable to say at this time
what action would be taken if the
charges finally are upheld since
two separate laws are involved.

A spokesman for the agency
told The United Press the Clayton
act provides for firms found in
violation to divest themselves of
part of their holdings. Firms
Firms violating the FTC act
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spread acquisition of other firms
by the three companies produced

the following "adverse effects'
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NACA Chairman
WASHINGTON, Oct. 19 (UP)

Lt. Gen. James H. Doolittle, who
led the famous Tokvo raid in

World War II, has become chair

man of the National Advisory
Committee for Aeronautics.

The committee elected Doolittle

Wednesday. He succeeds Dr. J. C.

Hunsaker as head of the govern government's
ment's government's top aviation research

agency.

Hunsaker, 70, former head of the

department of aeronautical engin engineering
eering engineering at Massachusetts Institute
of Technology, is stepping down
from the NACA post after 15
years as chairman.

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well as a famous aviator, has

been a member of the NACA

since 1948 He is vice president
of Shell Oil Co. and chairman of
the Air Force Scientific Advisory

Board.
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the first Tokyo raid off the car carrier
rier carrier Hornet in April, 1942, now
lives In San Francisco. He retired
from the Air Force In 1946.

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AH INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Golazo, Pappa Flynn Continue Feud In Feature

Gonetino, Blakemere,
Embassy, Cachafaz Go
In Milo Gallop Also

Two of the President Remon race track's best
routers and also principals in two consecutive fea feature
ture feature race photo-finishes Golazo and Pappa Flynn
will continue their feud tomorrow afternoon in
the featured $700 one-mile "Special" at the Juan
Diaz racing plant.

The Golazo-Pappa Flynn meet meeting
ing meeting however, will be by no
means a match race. Four oth other
er other contenders will participate
anyone of which is capable of
pulling down the winner's share
of the pudse. The other sched scheduled
uled scheduled starters are Embassy, Go Go-nstono,
nstono, Go-nstono, Blakemere and Cacha-faz-
Golazo and Pappa Flynn will
be going under equal weights
this time, 112 pounds. Last Sun Sunday
day Sunday Pappa Flynn toted 128 as
compared to 124 for Golazo
which barely lasted to score by
an eyelash over Hugo de la Pen Pen-ha's
ha's Pen-ha's star. The previous week
Golazo came from behind to
outlaw Pappa Flynn by a head.
Tomorrow hustling Francisco
Gatica will replace Jose Bravo
aboard Golazo while Alfredo
Vasquez will do the booting on
Pappa Flynn in replacement of
Alejandro Ycaza.
Luis Giraldo will ride the
speedy Embassy which wound
up a creditable second to classy
Paqulro last Saturday following
a six week layoff.
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Gonetino, probably the fastest
horse in training at present,
will be handicapped by the dis distance
tance distance plus his top weight as assignment
signment assignment of 120 pounds. Fernan Fernando
do Fernando Alvarez will guide the Stud
Buena Fe's hope.
Blakemere could be an upset upset-ter
ter upset-ter here. Colombian jockey, Os Oscar
car Oscar Mazuera, back in Panama
after a three-year absence,
should aid the Jose Mainieri col col-orbearer.
orbearer. col-orbearer. Cachafaz, now back in top
form, could surprise. Andres
Gonzalez will have the leg up
on Che Stud Zep meal ticket.
Ten other races are included
on an attradtive program.

1st Canal Zone
Wei
Contest Oct. 22
The first annual Canal Zone
Weightlifting contest will be
held Monday. October 22, in the
Balboa Armed Services gymna gymnasium
sium gymnasium at 8 p.m. The event will be
open to the public.
Although there have been
fewer registrations than expect expected,
ed, expected, there are still plenty of en
tries to make the contest inter interesting,
esting, interesting, one of the men favored
by aome in the know, is Thed
Lincoln of Albrook, if he can
weigh in at 165. Other names
often heard around in weight-
lifting circles known to have
good chances are Harold Dippre,
132, of Balboa; jerry Marinelli
192vDtlrotttlick, Cologrande,
165, or AiorooK ana win tasiey,
175, of Tort Clayton.
Weightlifters, as true with
other athletes, have good days
and bad days. If one of the fa favorites
vorites favorites should happen to be
"off" the day of the contest a
"dark horse" might well win his
weight division, if not the best
lifter award. At any rate here is
a chance o watch an unusual
contest that won't occur often.
"Y" instructor Bill O'Sulllvan
will narrate the contest and a
very good looking young lady
whose name is still withheld,
will make the trophy award to
the best all-around weightltft weightltft-er.
er. weightltft-er. have you joined
the fun at the
Fridays A Saturdays
Midnite to 4:36 a.m.
with the
piano bass and drum
combination of the
GEORGE GODOY TRIO
in the alr-condi:' ed
BALBOA ROOM
nightcap on the house
at 4:30 a.m.
George also plays the piano
10 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Tues.. Wed. Thurs.

ghtlifting

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Tomorrow's
Racing Card

lit Race 3rd Series Imp. 6 Fgs.
Purse $400.00 Pool Closes 12:45
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Don Dani R. Vasquez 110
2 Brisk D. Cortez 108
3 Y. Prince V. Castillo 115
4 Bacana O. de Leon 113
5 Love's Girdle A. Ycaza 110
6 Ponton O. Mazuera 109
7 Arpegio J. Jimenez 112x
8 Amin Did! J. Phillips 110
9 Melrose L. Giraldo 110
2nd Race 3rd Series Imp. 6 Fgs.
Purse $400.00 Pool Closes 1:15
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Rada
F. Alvarez 115
2 Grimilda
E. Dario 103
A. Ycaza 115
E. Ortega 105
V. Castillo 118
J. Phillips 105
B. Baeza 100
G. Montero 103x
F. Godoy 108
3 Socorrito
4 Alminar
5 M. Mason
6 Tiny Brook
7 Tom Collins
8 Rio Negro
9 M. Slipper
3rd Race "H" Natives 5 Fat.
Purse $275.00 Pool Closes 1:45
ONE-TWO
1 Sherry Time A. Ycaza 113
2 Don Jaime F. Godoy 116
3 Wlnsaba A. Vasquez 120
4 La Pampanini De Leon 106
5 Consentida F. Hidalgo 105
4th Race "F" Natives 6 Fps.
Purse $275.00 Pool Closet 2:20
QUINIELA
1 S. Cristobal G. Montero 103x
2 Jachalin C.Ruiz 118
3 Chepanita A. Vasquez 118
4 Mimi F. Gatica 106
5 Guarare" J. Rodriguez 115
6 Moonshiner G. Sanchez 113
5th Race "D" Natives 6 Fes.
Purse $300.00 Pool Closes 2:55
1 Nacho G. Vasiuez lOOx
2 Portal J. Phillips 114
3 Bugaba O. de Leon 108
4 Cara de Sapo B. Baeza 105
5 Rabiblanco O. Mazuera 118
6th Race 3rd Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
Purse $400.00 Pool Closes 3:35
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Gay SDot A. Gonzalez 103
2 Fellac J. Bravo 113
3 M. Maker F. Gatica 110
4 Nogallno F. Alvarez 118
5 Fuerte B. Baeza 105
6 Genizarito H. Ruiz 106
7 Te Gano O. de Le6n 110
8 Riscal O. Mazuera 109
9 Reynold R. Vasquez 110
7th Race 2nd Series Ima. 7 Fat.
Purse $500.00 Pool Closet 4:05
SfCOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
Trirreme
O. Mazuera 118
2 Febrero II
3 Cartlllero
4 Suzerain
5 Iguazu
6 M. Halligan
7 Escorial
8 Little Fool
A. Vasquez 115
O. de Le6n 108
E. Dario 110
J. Bravo 115
A. Bassan 109x
J. Jimenez H3x
A. Ycaza 110
8th Race "6" Native 6 Fs
Pun $275.00 Pool Closes 4:40
QUINIELA
1 Golden Pick F. Hidalgo 113
2 Ebony G. Montero 103x
3 Filon J. Phillins 105
4 Redondlta H. Ruiz 115
5 Bagdad B. Baeza 116
6 Avispa L. Giraldo 113
9th Race 2nd Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
Purs $500.00 Pool Closet 5:15
ONE-TWO
1-Eric
G. Sanchez 115
A. Ycaza 113
A. Vasquez 113x
H. Ruiz 110
J. Phillips 108
G. Montero 103x
O. de Leon 115
F. Gatica 108
A. Bassan 102x
F. Alvarez 115
2 -Panicus
3 Gavllan
4 Orn. Star
5 P. Countess
6 Camberwell
7 Quiescence
8 Dawn Song
9 (Venganza
10 (Gourmet
10th Race "Special" Imp. 1 Mil
Pane $700.00 Pool Closes 5:40
1 Golazo F. Gatica 112
2 Embassy L. Giraldo 115
3 Gonetino F. Alvarez 120
4 Blakemere O. Mazuera 108
5 Pappa Flynn A. Vasquez 112
6 Cachafaz A. Gonzalez 106
1 1th Race "A-B" Natives 6 Fat
Pun $375.00 Pool Closes
1 O. Star A. Vasquez 124
2 Radical O. deLeon 103
3 Don Brlgldo O. Mazuera 114
4 Naranjazo K. Flores 112
5 Joe F. Gatica 100
Table Tennis Mixed
Doubles Matches f
Begin Tomorrow 1
The JWB-USO mixed double
table tennis tournament gets
underway tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.
the first time this event has
been held.
The champions will be crown crowned
ed crowned at the end of the current
fifth annual table tennis tour tourney.
ney. tourney. Also kicking off tomorrow
andnight will be civilian and
military doubles matches.
Every interested sport fan is
invited to the competition.
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AMADOR GOLF CHAMPION Bill Dickens of the 15th Naval District shows the putting
form that helped him to win the Fort Amador Golf Club championship tourney. Looking on
are: C. J. Murphy (left) of Balboa, runner-up to Dickens in the championship flight, Lt.
Col. H. W. Post of Quarry Heights, first flight runner-up and tournament committee chair chairman,
man, chairman, and Chaplain (Col.) H. F. Donovan of Amador, first flight winner. (U.S. Army Photo)

CHS-BHS In Who's FovorVe?'
Grid Game At Balboa Tonight

Brisk Oratorical Winds
Change Hoople System

ty MAJOR AMOS I. HOOP!
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ball results have Been so auectea
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your numoie correspondent, oas
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tem. system. New avsteme or tn ho taken
with a grain of salt, so I am mak-
inc a test run this week witn oniv
one game of the group. The game
is nutgers versus nosion iuueK
and according to the system Rut
gers should win by a score of 20
to 13.
Nnw T tin nnr nften reveal mv
mathematical formulas, but in this
case I'm giving my zillions of
readers a treat and disclosing how
I arrive at that score.
Rutgers was founded in 1706 and
Boston Colleie in 1863. Rutcers
has 14,857 students, Boston Col
lege 6,472. Rutgers has 850 teach teachers,
ers, teachers, Boston College 225. Subtract
1.766 from 1.863 and von set 97.
Take the last digit, 7, which you
add to the third and fourth digits
in the number nf Riit.0r t.nrientv
7 plus 8 plus 5 equals 20.
To get Boston College's score
you subtract the number nf t.erh.
ers there, 225, from those at Rut
gers, aw, ana tne result is 625.
Addine these three rlioitt
rive at the figure 13. Thus the
score will be 20 to 13.
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The forecast:
Rutgers 20, Boston College 13
Syracuse 14. Arm 7
Colgate 14, Princeton 7
Harvard 20, Columbia 7
Yale 27. Cornell
Maryland 19, No. Car. 7
Pitt M, Duke 19
Ohio State 27, Penn State 13
Illinois 20. Minnesota la
Indiana 14, Nebraska 14
lowa state 13, Colorado 6
Oklahoma 28. Kansas 7
Missouri 19, Kansas State 6
nucnigan 33, N-western
Notre Dame 20, Mich. State 13
Purdu. 14. Wisconsin 7
Tennessee 33, Alabama 13
Texas 20, Arkansas 14
Georgia Tech 14, Auburn 6
Vanderbilt 19, Florida 13
Kentucky 29, La. State 7
So. Methodist 26, Rice 13
Tex. Christian 19, Tex. A. and
M. 7
So. Methodist 29, Riee 13
Tex. Chtfatian 19, Tex. A and M.
7
Mississippi 20, Tulane II
California 14, UCLA 13
Stanford 14, Oregon 6
Oregon St. 20, Wash. St.
So. California 26, Washington 13
CHS 14, BHS 13.
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sentatives representatives in the $100,000 Washing
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Nov. 12.

Cristobal Tigers come to Bal Balboa
boa Balboa stadium tonight loaded for
bear, nr should it he Rnllrlnp-

Hdt on the scent of their first
undisputed interscholastic league
football ttile. the Tieers rate as
slight favorites to take the
measure of their rivals tonight.
It Is expected, and fervently
hODed for hv their followers thah
the Bulldogs will seriously and
vigorously contest tne a rive or
the Tigers toward the fulfill fulfillment
ment fulfillment of their desires.
A kicker's foot should be plac placed
ed placed into the rubber football along
about 7 tonight and the game
will be underway.
There is a great deal at stake
for the eventual winner will nnt.
only be the victor over their
Keenest rival, but they will also
have the inside track to the ti title.
tle. title. Both teams are tied with a
win apiece to date. Cristobal de defeated
feated defeated the J.C. gang 14-0 while
the Bulldogs were barely able to
defeat the same team a week
latter 7-6.
Acralnst the other
ponent the results are in favor
oi me Huiraogs. rney aeieatea
the Rams of the A C. 19-6, while
CHS was tied 7-7 by th same
iiteam.
The favoritism for the Tigers
vi.i. XI V.... .J l
wcy vc prugressea in
team play and individual ability
11,-irh AQnK nonia mhlU aVV-
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heavier nnnnnpni.c frnm UolKna
vvw wbvww at I'viU jl i
have retrogressed. The Bulldogs
wm oe carrying a lu-game
string without a defeat Into the
came. In fact. th. closest anv
Iteam has come to defeating the
Buimogs is this seirs9kne Tiger
outfit, in their final game last
season they held the favored
Buiidogs to a 6-6 deadlock.
Tn the 97 venrs that th. torn
schools have been playing tackle
luuirjaii miDoa nas won u
games from the Tigers, lost 2,
and one is tied. The Tio-e-r'a m.
ord is Just the reverse, 2 wins,
u losses, ano one We. The big big-eest
eest big-eest marein of vlctorv w m
to 0 score as Balboa won the first
game last year. Tnis was the
vear Of the oreat recoverv tnr
in the second came the Tioers
come back to gain a moral vic
tory ana a o-e tie.
Tonifht it looks lib th. third
Cristobal victory in 12 games.
Final score, 13 to 6 Cristobal.
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A C Cashes In
Quarter-backing
By BILL BELL
The Athletic rhih last nlirht
cashed in on a thunderbolt
touchdown chance and aome
gutsy, chips down gambling by
quarterback Arnold Manning
for a 13-7 football win over the
Junior College. A 700-plus crowd
sat in on the almost-even foot
ball battle which ended, for all
practical purposes, shortly after
the third quarter began.
The deciding tally came so
suddenly that its full meaning
wasn't clear until the fourth
quarter was underwav with
two running plays of the second
nan Kuue mo me tjoiiegiates in
control on their own 35-yard
line, fullback Al Blackall faded
ito pass, but fumbled. Quick as a
bunny Athletic Club end George
Harris darted in seooneri iin tho
ball and sprinted 28 yards into
cue ciiq zone.
It Chanced a halftlma T- ril
lege lead to ac 19-7 iinnnin.
then circled end for th. thir
teenth point. That was it.
JC scored the first time they
had the ball driving 65 yards
in nine plays most of them
piled up by Blackall. But It was
fullback Dick Home who got
the score, a one-yard buck over
guard. Quarterback Bill Coffey
nwc-iiicKea in. e-vtr. ini
Near the end of the first half,
AC tied ft. A high snap from
center on a punt attempt gave
the ball to the Clubsmen on th.
14. Manning, making his first
appearance in the game, ram rammed
med rammed 11 of the yards and gave
the DaVOff nlav to fnllhnnb. r-ol
Tuttle on a three-yard give-and-
B" move, luttie was mobbed at
goal line, but went Into th. .nri
zone for Ith td. Tuttle tried
tne point after, but failed.
inen came Harris' opportune
scoop-up.
But the ton news nf th. unof
ficial first win by the Athleftlc
Club was Manning. Th Atlan
tic side welder:
a) kent Junior rollem ff bal
ance all the erueial iwnnri half
uu jiiav caning;
b) demonstrated a deadly,
hard passing arm that doesnlt
falter when his blocking does;
k) euguieerea two gut snot,
fourth down running plays that
save the winners imnnrtnnt first.
downs and allowed them to keep
me nan wun less man four min
utes left in the game; and
d) rolled Un 83 vards ninninu
in eight (tries, the total offense
ieaaer ior tne mgnt.
Man nine needs better nags re
ceivers, if he, and AC, can find
them, they'll turn this football

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On Manning's
To Whip J.C.

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race lopsided.
The win isn't a win, Bar tin
low a losson the records.
The game was billed an exhi exhibition
bition exhibition and the standings show showing
ing showing two losses for AC still
stand (14-9 to Crstobal High,
7-6 to Balboa) and the 1-1 rec record
ord record far JC (a 7-7 stalemate
with Cristobal, a 19-C loaa to
Balboa) is still an th. backs.
(Tonleht. beorinnine- at 7 Hal.
boa and Cristobal will meet in
an important league game).
i uttie punea on tne best run
of ladt nient earlv in the first
quarter vrtien he weaved 54
yards with a kickoff. But with
the ball on the 12. An hncreH
down.
Later, AC drove to the seven
after Athletic Clubber end Al
Lobana pounced on a blocked
punt on the JCollege 35.
Two defensive standouts war
Paul whitlock, an Army man
home on leave, for AC; and lit
tle joe cicero, a vicious down-
neid tacsier, for JC.
Junior Collet?, had atatiMt.
cal advantage: they led in yards
gained, 168 to 128, and In first
downs by a 10-5 margin.
Sports Briefs
BROOKLYN (UP)-Tha Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn Dodgers today told two veter veterans,
ans, veterans, pitcher Ralph Branca and
catcher Dixie Howell, to the St.
Paul Club of the American Associ Association
ation Association and snlri infielrier Rnh A..
promonte to Montreal f th la-
ternational League.
At the aama tim. th.r fcmuaht
up four young players to battle ior
berths with the club aait season.
From St. Paul thay purchased the
contracts of tatchar Joe Plgna Plgna-tano,
tano, Plgna-tano, a 295 hitter, and shorts toa
Bob Lulls, who batted .266, kit II
homers and stole 16 bases.
Pitcher Bob Darnell, a right righthander
hander righthander who had a 16-12 record
at Portland m MaunbiJ 4.
bolster th pitching ataff, and out-
neiuer j a met Aoranaa, xz-ywr
Old VOUflSatar. earn un nan M
Worth.
CHIC A fin n.4.4
Luis Anarieio. the Chieaan Whit.
Sox' candidate for A
League "rookie of the year"
honors, has signed bis 1M7 enn.
tract at a "substantial incraate,
Vice President Chuck Comlikey
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TCU Picked To Top Aggies, Irish Lose Again

PANAMA AMERICAS AH WDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPfek.

SKY RIGHTING

. .1

mil' m

Human Bomb' Mel Triplett

Tabbed Future Pro Grid Great

y JACK CUDDY

NEW YORK (UP)-Hel Triplett,
the "human bomb" the New York

Giants set
television

land Browns, was tabbed today asi Toledo

PANAMA WOMEN'S GOLF
ASSOCIATION
It would seem that a'l the
P.W.G.A. members read the

o snorts' section of the newspa-

filmc f .v.r,. a.m. fc. nf.v.H for Prs 18 ,aT9"e &r0l'P
aims of every game he played ior . ... th forthrom!n!T

Toledo in 1954. so we Mew wnai

we were getting."

Triplett, who majored

Along The Fairways

ut for the forthcoming

monthly tournament Saturdpv

: : lar. Rodman or it could be that

n hnmh" the New YOM' lTlDieu. wno raawrra in w- v 't.. i

o 'uTsundaVs nationaliology; played M? Z ve .t'the
victory over the Cleve: eight U a mght white a ttfe7ntaJtever th. rea-

1W

and starred in the

Sy HARRY GRAYSON

THERE are knock-'em down-and-drag-
em-out lootbali wars on
all fronts as the season approches
the half way mats on Saturday,
out ooe being waged for consider consider-ably
ably consider-ably more than the marbles brings

out Texas ummm
and M.
The Aggies spoiled the taen sur surprising
prising surprising Honed Frogs' otherwise
unbeaten regular season record by
a margin of three points in 1955.
The FrnMies now COOW DO Hie Un-

st eoUege team in the country,
and tola Is the game at which
they took dead aim at the start.
They are picked to even the score,
but it could be even closer than
last trip, say 21-19.
Rice and Southern Jlethodist

are bouncing back after narrowj
reverses, and this handicapper is
stringing with the Owls' running
attack which is coupled with two
auparWoYe letters in Place of the
Um tncs' ooe.

After Oklahoma, Arkansas wil

Kansas is considerably improv

t ed. but Oklahoma belongs in

other league.

UCLA is picked to win at Cmlil-

ornia, 7-6; Southern California o-
ver Washington at the Los Ange Angeles
les Angeles Coliseum, 13-6; and Stanford!
is odds-on at Oregon. Wyoming is'

the selection over Utah, 20-14, nv
a meeting of splendid clubs ct
which much too little is heard.
All selections are subject to
change without notice especially.

about 4 o clock on Saturday after
noon.

one of pro looinaus tutu re

greats" by Coach Jim Howell.

He s sol" it an, rioweu en

thused over the Moot, 1-inch, 215-

pound Triplett, who scared six

touchdowns in th Giants first

two games and pound out 91
yards in 19 tries in the 214 tri triumph
umph triumph over the Browns. "He's got

the speed, the determination ana
you can say this for sure the

power.
Just how much power does the
former Toledo University fullback
havee Some experts are saying
he's the most powerful runner the
National Football League has bean

since Bronko Nagursln. More con conservative
servative conservative experts say he's just the
best since Cleveland's 238-pound
Marion Motlev was in his prime.

"That's hard to rate," Howell

said. "He's just about as power

ful as any other runner I've seen
the last two years, so why not let

it go at thate
Chuckles At Critic Urn

Howell, who encountered some
tough cookies during his own NFL
career, chuckled as he recalled
how the Giants were critieiied

when thev drafted Triplett in 1955

"A lotta people said, 'There they
go picking soma unheard of
guy,' he explained. "Of course,

a lot Of IUUDSCH mure umwu
than TriDlett were still available

in the draft to as but this fellow

reillv was well known in pro cir

""ides and would have been dratted

bv somebody else, we naa seen

College All-Star game but never son it is good to see so many

did get untracked with the Giants

last year. He carried onty a umes
all season and picked up 138
virri.i.

"He didn't resort to us until

late Jn training and we had an

entirely different set of signs ana
systems than he was accustomed
to," Howell explained. "That hurt
him just as it hurts a lot of other

kids trying to break into tnis
league."

Power A was leemmam
The "trouble" Triplett had

breaking in extended to nis own
teammates, who are just a bit
-j wort ft I his terrific Dower. It

seems that TriDlett had a naou oi

running riant over his own T-quar

torbacka when thay attempted to

handt he hall off to him.
"That was very disconcerting,'
th. arh conceded. "I kept tell

w feiinui around the league how

this guy can run right over people
but thay laughed at me. Theyt old

me I was exaggeranng nis powr.

"Well now evervbodv can see

this is a guv who Just takes off
and keeps going. It requires ter terrific
rific terrific power to run over a 260
pound tackle but this guy can do

n.
Unwell ehurkled acain

"He tells me he's got a little

brother in a Toledo high scnooi
who make3 him look like a broken
fUM runner." ha said. "I i just

hope I'm around long enough to

see that!"

names on the list

Tee-off time for the first
group is 8:00 and In thail group:
C. Burns, K Call, I. Robinson,
L. Knuth.
8:05: G. Wley. B Cllneley, H.
Owens, B. Hennon.
8:15: L. Hadley, B. Fish, Lynn
Jones, P. waring. -,
8:25: A. French, M. Biggs, B

Dllfer.

8:35: A. Todd, R. Kruger, E-

Mathleson.

8:45: E. perantie, B Hughes,

R. Lincoln.

8:55: J. Morrisv tJL Taylor, d.

Larrolx. I. Wrisrht.

9:05: E. Webber, M. Hastings,

M. Mal'ory, L. Logan.

9:10: L. Jones, H. 8cnuil, R.
Hopson, M. Brewster.
9:15: B. J. Nelson, F. Twomey,
H. Clark, P. Montayne.
9:20: M. Spagna, Z. Batchel Batchel-lor.
lor. Batchel-lor. There are probably ome who
ddn't sign up. If so, come on out
and you will be placed in a group
depending on the (time of arriv arrival.
al. arrival. Everyone please be on time to
play with your respective group
as Rodman is a nine-hole course

and delay will upset the play.

Baseball Executives
Refuse To Lock Up
Store, Go Hunting

Baseballs executives just re

fuse to lock up the it are and go

on quail snooting tor the football

season.
With tho Wnrli briu nfati,al.

aeetn like a breather to texas, v ancjent history there still busv

and, off their wmnmg penormance, adjuJtmg n$tm 8Dd shlft.

against Tiuane, the Looghorni get

the call.

downward.

mg players up and

Here's today's fare:
The Pittsburgh Pirates asked
waivers on 38-year-old pitcher
George (Red) Munger, who had

a 3-4 record in 35 games for them

MISSUSIPpr AND TULANE
collide t Jackson after manifi-

cant performances against Van

derbilL and Navy, respectively, so this year.

neither epach can capitalize on a The Chicago While Sox pur pur-psychological
psychological pur-psychological advantage, but chased infieldcr Tommv Brown Brown-Johnny
Johnny Brown-Johnny Vaught has the superior x Brooklyn perennial hopeful
horses headed by Paige Cothren.lfrom Nashville of the Southern

so the Rebels are the pick, 20-10.

Pittsburgh is expected to shade
Duke, 14-13, in a bonecrusher in

Association where he hit .316. The

White Sox sent outfielder Ed

White and an undisclosed sum of

Norf old. Georgia Tech will outman! money to Nashville in the deal.

Auburn. 17-7. Vanderbut showel The Detroit Tigers announced

enough against mighty Mississippi the unconditional release of 38-

to be given an edge over Florida year-old pitcher Walt Masterson,

ia Jacksonville. who appeared in 35 games this
As though things haven't been ea,r ""J., h"' I.tStSfl,
tough enougn tor Big Jim TamlhJcJn"uII1,
t jSorth Carolina, Iris old and: buase,m"n A0eoe Freesf 30.
h.nSed Mi i v i and sauau the Los Angeles farm team m re-
". pI K,t il -fn r, Tin. i turn for pitcher Jim Hughes. 33,
. th een T ,h Tn nfl outfielder Monte Irvtn, 37.
stfeajt at the expense of the non- f th (ourth

Zr hi. purchased by the Cubs from the
throw out the Michigan iamc 1 j u. tu om H

. n . tout; es in iwu tiv. jiv im .jj hi
and make Army a 13-T winner at 137 thi. wlth 22 hom.

runs, seventh in the league, and

112 runs batted in, third in the

Syracuse, with the Orange coming

off three consecutrve toughies.

CHARLEY CALDWELL IS
building another smashing frinct.-,

ton varsilv end it a annul timo

some outfit broke able Colgate

speu over the ivy Leaguers. Yale

geu ever .Cornell without be in

steamed up, and Dartmouth will
find that' Hoiy Cross left its mis mistakes,
takes, mistakes, at Penn State.

Michigan State wli! make it;

perMctJy ciear to Notre Dame
men that tho Irish are in for a

dismal fall, something jikc 34-14

Ara raiv-iegiuan has turned in a

gtand joo at Northwestern, but

will be extremely fortunate if

Michigan doesn't belt the Wildcats

by more than 21-0. Illinois h a s
dropped two straight and doesnt
figure to fare any better at Minnesota.

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next Wednesday when the two
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three game series. A second
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Senators' Directors
To Decide On Where
Club Goes Today
WASHINGTON, Oct. 19 (UP)
The club's board of directors
will decide today whether or not
the Washington senators will
remain In this city.
Calvin Griffith, president of
the senators, will place before
the board "firm, and very, very
attractive offers" to transfer
the franchise to Los Angeles,
San Francisco or Louisville.
Along with those offers,
Griffith also will present a
proposal submitted by the
Washington Board of Trade J
ior Keepuif me leeun nere.
Orlffmi Insists1 he Is "open
minded" on the entire issue but
he has given evidence he favors
a move to the West Coast. He
has the necessary vdtes among
the five-man board of directors
to swing the. decision his way.
The Senators have continued
to show a financial profit, al
beit a comparatively modest
one, even (though they have fin finished
ished finished in the second division for
the last 10 years.
Should the board vote to
transfer the Senators' franchise,
the action would have to be ap
proved by six of the eight Amer American
ican American League club owners before
Oct. 81. Griffith admitted it
would be a ''touch-and-go" pro proposition
position proposition to get the six league
votes by Oct. 21 If Vt Is decidec'
to move,
So far, the Senators have
made no commitments to any
city, according to a club
spokesman.
"As far as Griffith is concern concerned,"
ed," concerned," the spokesman -said "he is
the president of the club aftd
feels it's his duty to listen to
every proposition that will
improve the position of the
club."
H. Gabriel Murphy, the club
treasurer and the largest indi
vldual stockholder with 40 per
cent, is the only member of the
Senators' board of directors who
has come right out and said he
is against any franchise trans
fer.
Murphy has threatened he
wm sue m every court in the
land to block any move but
Griffith insisted he is nnt. in thP
least concerned with the threat.
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LOURDES PHARMACY
182 La Carrasqullla
FARMACIA LOMBARDO
No. n "B Street
MORRISON
4th of July Ave J St

FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: General Electric
aawinf machine with casa and
attachments; also Sunbeam Cof Cof-fecmaster.
fecmaster. Cof-fecmaster. Both in excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Balboa phona 1997. 3216
Empire Street.
FOR SALE: Metal desk, sinole
mahogany bed complete, radio radio-phono
phono radio-phono console, double bedroom
set, glass top mahogany cs'i'ee
table, metal dresser. Cowe- din dining
ing dining room set, 21 -in. TV, Vene Venetian
tian Venetian blinds Hquse 1 1 9 Ridga
'Road, Ancon. Phone Sal. 3381.
FOR SALE: 11. 5 -ft Admiral
refrigerator, like new; Bendix
E con 0 mat washer; 21 -inch TV.
All 60 cycles. Qtrs 370-fi, Fort
Clayton. Phona 87-5130.
FOR SALE: Bassinette, record
player 1 3 -speed disc) mahogany
twin beds. 746-A Balboa.
FOR SALE: Bedroom furniture
consisting of twin beds, night ta tables,
bles, tables, vanity, chest of drawers and
upholstered chair; light blond
wood, vary good condition, at attractive
tractive attractive price; telephone table,
coffee table, collection of 78 78-rpm
rpm 78-rpm classical and operatic rec records.
ords. records. 50th Street No. 30, up upstairs.
stairs. upstairs. Phona 3-6908.
FOR SALE: Studio couch $50.
House 9-B Braxos Heights. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Cristobal 2302.
FOR SALE: Westing house
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rundu Phono 7225 after 5:00
Pro Football League
Bars Use Of Radio,
Electronic Equipment
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 19 (UP)
The use of radio and electro electronic
nic electronic equipment in helmets of Na National
tional National pro Football League play players
ers players was barred for the remain remainder
der remainder of the season today by
"unanlmpus consent .of the 12
owttBr,?KCommissioner Bert Bell
anajjjuncoti.
Bell, in a directive issued to
the 12 league teams, said "all
electronic devices, including
walkie-talkies to the sidelines,
hearing aids of any description
used to receive messages, radio
equipped helmetis or any other
device of this nature must be
eliminated for the remainder of
the season."
The ban on the "space cadet"
equipment begins next Sunday,
Oct. 21, and continues for all
games, including the world
championship playoff which fol follows
lows follows the regular season.
The ban does not bar tele telephone
phone telephone lines to the bench, or a
telephone line with extra foot footage
age footage used by coaches on the side sidelines,
lines, sidelines, Bell announced.
In stressing thatt the ban on
the radio equipment introduced
in the league this year was by
the "unanimous consent" of all
owners. Bell added that the en-
Itire subject of electronic devic
es would be discussed by the
owners at the league's annual
meeting next January.
Introduction of the equipment
to direct the play of teams pro produced
duced produced a series of squabbles this
year, including a report that
one team had stolen another
team's air signals, and thaft oth others
ers others barred use of the equipment
to visiting teams.
Earlier this week Bell said the
electronic gadgets "nao no
place" in the professional game.
and ithat he would bar them if
they reached the objectionable
stage.
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Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
Six Fordor Sedan, excellent con condition.
dition. condition. House 124-B, Gamboa.
Phona 6-170
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford Ranch
Wagon. New tires, good condi condition.
tion. condition. 8012 1st St. Margarita.
FOR SAUL: 1948 Chrysler
Convertible. New top and inte interior.
rior. interior. Call Navy 402, Coco Solo,
between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth
Station Wagon two doer, good
condition, $1000. Curundu 83 83-4132.
4132. 83-4132. FOR SALE: 1947 Nash, good
condition $175. Albrook 6138
or 2271, Bldg. 800.
FOR SALE: 1953 Cadillac Sport
Coupe, blue 6 ivory, duty paid,
35,000 miles, excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. 0922 Amador Road, Phone
2-2984.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Taunus,
15 M. two-door sedan, mileage
4000 miles, used only forty days
in Europe, like new. Apply Trop Tropical
ical Tropical Motors. Duty paid.
FOR SALE: 1948 Pentiac, good
condition, $200 cash. Phone
Balboa 1310.
FOR SALE: 1948 Lincoln, fair
condition $150. Quarters 337-B
Clayton. Phona 5117.
CZ Couple To Give
Talk On RP Flowers
At Balboa YMCA
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Belland will
present a illustrated talk at the
Balboa Y.M.C.A. at 7:30 next
Tuesday night, entitle! "Flowers of
Panama.
The Bellands have, toupled thir
two hobbies of photography and
flower study, Mrs Bellaod has pre
pared a collection of color slides of
Panama's flowers, both wild and
cultivated. When Mrs Belland in
the Canal Zone in 1941, she found
that few people actually knew the
names of the flowers. The Belland
then began finding out the names
of the local flowers, and their pre
vious ) .crest in photography aid
ed them in developing a fine col'
lection oi coior siraes.
The other half of their talk Is
called "Panamascope" end includ includes
es includes color slides from all over Pana Panama
ma Panama showing some of the interest interesting
ing interesting points. Both of the Bellands
are charter members of the Dia
blo Camera Club and Belland is
past president of both the Diablo
and Atlantic Camera Clubs.
Lot Dedicated
At Juan Diaz
A large number of people and
a combined choir of several
churches joined with the Rev.
A. A. Victor Sunday at Juan
Diaz to dedicate a lot of land
donated to Che Colon church of
Christ by Mrs. A. Allen.
The dedicatory sermon was
delivered by Rev. J. H. O'Neal,
pastor of the Nazarene Christian
Churches. Other speakers were
Rev. J. Trottman,. Rev. I.
Harmes and pastor M. Skeete of
ithe Chorrillo Christian Mission
Church.
SINCERITY
ROCHESTER, N.H. (UP) -Asked
what advice she had for
young people, 100-year-old Mrs.
Alsada Hoffman said: "That they
be sincere in everything -they do."
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Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Pedigreed Boxer
puppies. Phona Panama 3-3082
far appointment. Mrs. R.K. Mar-
FOR SALE Venetian blinds.
House 0932 Amador Road. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 2-2964.
FOR SALE: New Heme treadle
sewing machine $20, good con condition.
dition. condition. 504 Ancon. Phone 2-
1373.
FOR SALE: Two-placa Ercoupe
plane, model 415-C. Continental
engine C-75-12. Phone Panama
3-0721."
Walter Winched
In New York
(Continued from Page 8)
voices and constant activity .
Susan Strasberg portraying the
delegate charm of young ave in
"The Diary of Anne Frank" .
Earths Kitt at the Persian Room
in the Plaza. (Happy Hilt, Kitt!)
The metallic throb, skid of tires.
steady shuffle of people, the con
stant clang and roar. The pave
ment's pulsebeat Landscaped
terraces embellishing the United
Nations ... A helicopter-landing
platform atop the Port of New
York Authority Building ... El
Morocco's top entertainment: The
Dorothy Kilgallen dance routine
with one guest . Cha-cha-hotcha
. . The wrought-iron entrance
porehei of homes near Gramercy
far . "No Time for Ser Ser-geants"
geants" Ser-geants" second-act curtain. A laf
fapalooza ... The affectionate
Dodger Fans at Ebbets Field who
let you borrow their bleacher sun
pews despite your Yankees Press
button.
General Sherman's heroic eoues-
trian statue at 60th and Fifth Ave-
nue. Gleaming with bronze gran-
deur . The Most Happy Fella"
Rehearsals in empty theatres.
Enthusiasm bubbles, ambition is
on the wing, tomorrows are all
rainbows. The show season shifts
into high . When Autumn comes
the town's restless energy is re
newed. A full chorus of excile-l
ment sweeps across the city. This
is the singing climax of the year.t
And these are the dancing days-i
especially for one verv hannvi
Song-and Dance-Man of Manhat-
tan.
Yets Keeping
Close Watch
On Swaps
CAMDEN, N.J., Oct. 19 (UP)
Swaps battled against the odds
Itoday while specialists kept a
close watch to determine if the
record-breaking race horse will
recover from his broken left
hind leg.
A staff of veterinarians said
It would take a few days" to
decide whether the four-year-old
chestnut will ever be) able
to compete on the turf again,
although his co-owner sa'd he
wag "going ahead" with racing
plans for the million-dollar
colt.
Swaps, his broken lee encased
in a specially-designed cast,
rested in a sling at his stall at
Garden State Park. The sling
keeps his hoof about two inches
from the floor and the cast per
mits the bone to mend and min
imizes Dosslble recurrence of the
bad bump which aggravated the
injury last Sunday ana put nun
in jeopardy.
Trainer Meshach Tenner
maintained a news blackout
concerning the fabulous colt,
but co-owner John W. Gal Gal-breath,
breath, Gal-breath, president of the Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Pirates, said in Colum Columbus,
bus, Columbus, O., that the thoroughbred
would raee aga'n.
Galbreath said he visited the
stall and found Swaps was "get "getting
ting "getting along fine," and added op op-tlmisitlcally:
tlmisitlcally: op-tlmisitlcally: "We are going a a-head
head a-head with plans to get him ready
for racing.".
Need an extra ear?
Drive a sparkling new car
as your own.
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FOR RENT
Apartments

ATTENTION. G. I.! Just built
modern furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Furnished, 2 hed hed-sooms,
sooms, hed-sooms, living-dining room, two
bathrooms, perch, cool. 48th St.
No. 27, Apartment No. 4.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
1 -bedroom apartment, facing
path, Avenlda Peru. Phone 3-
0746, 3-3099.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart apartment:
ment: apartment: 2 bedrooms, maid i room,
2 baths, sitting dining ream,
kitchen, perch, garage, $90, at
Bella Vista. N. Oberrio Street No.
23. See De Castro, Are. "B" Ne.
24. Phone 2-1616.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment 2 bedrooms, studio, din dining
ing dining and living room, kitchen and
hot water. Beautiful view, Jose
Gabriel Duque Avenue, La Cres Crests,
ts, Crests, $200. Phone 3-1699.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment at San Francisca, beside
Roosevelt Theater, overlooking
SAS Commissary. Via Porras 120.
Phone 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished,
small apartment or room.' Bert
residential area. 43rd St. Ne. 13.
Yomiuri Giants
Upset Dodgers
5-4 In Tokyo
TOKYO, Oct. 19 (UP) The
barnstorming Brooklyn Dodgers
wenlt rlnwn to a surnrisinrr de.
feat, today insino- a hattlA nf
home runs to Japan's Yomiuri
Qiants, 5 to 4. In the Dodgers
nrst exhiWttori game in Japan.
ZT 1
win.
Giant pitcher Taknml Ota Ota-mo
mo Ota-mo finished the arame with a
nn? y P ""J
Mt the toP of nlnth'
, .
The Giants pulled ahead in
th eighth when 18-year-old
rightfielder Kazuhiko Sakazaki
slammed Don Bessent's first
pitch fora homer into the left-
I field stands after one out. Andy
I Miyamoto of Hawaii fanned, but
veieian luao uaocuiau icwujr
Kawakami, 36, smashed a hom
er, his second for the day, Into
the same left-field stands, Bes-
setn relieved Don Drysdale at
the start of the sevetnh inning
and was charged with the de
feat.
Otomo. who came In in the
fourth Inning, struck out Roy
Campanella, Don Demeter and
Gino Cimoli in the ninth inning
to win the ball game.
All told, 18 strike ovts were
charged against the Pod tiers.
Sho Horiuchi, the starting
pitcher, collected six and Oto Otomo
mo Otomo 16. Dnke Snider, heavy
hitting Brooklyn star, struck
out three times.
The Dodgers scored their four
runs in the fourth inning. Pec
Wee Reese started the rally with
a hit to second. Snider was call called
ed called out on a third strike. Jackie
Robinson homered high into the
left-field stands scoring Reese
ahead of him. Gil Hodges then
homered one over the left-field
stands for one of the longest
roundtriopers ever seen at the
Xorakuen Stadium, campanella
singled to center and Otomo re relieved
lieved relieved Horiuchi on the mound.
Demeter popped out to third,
but Cimoli tripled over Wally
Yonamine's head. In center to
score Campanella. Drysdale fan fanned
ned fanned for the third out
Army Atlantic
Baseball Team
Already Practicing
With the start of the baseball
season here in Panama Just a
couple of months away the Ar Army
my Army Atlantic team got the jump
on the rest of the command
when they held their first prac practice
tice practice last Salturday afternoon,
Oct. 13.
The Atlantic team will be un under
der under the management of veteran
shortstop Jasper 'Rudy" York, a
veteran of 12 years of service
baseball.
In addition to the Atlantic
team there will be five other
contenders in the post level
league. They are: Coco Solo, Ft.
irnhhe rati nlavton. Albrook

LESSONS

New class for beginners' Ball Ball-roam
roam Ball-roam Dancing for 6th, 7th and
Sth grade students starting Oc October
tober October 29th. Registration October
20th 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. DO DO-RESE
RESE DO-RESE WAITES School of Danc Dancing,
ing, Dancing, Columbus Club. Balboa.
Phone 2-2363.
Bi lingual professional driving
instructor, formerly with the
Easy Method Driving School of
Washington, D.C., will teach you
te drive the fastest, easiest, saf safest
est safest way Reasonable rates by the
hour or by the course. Free pick pickup
up pickup service. For information call
any time Curundu 2274.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
HOME WANTED. Faur kittens
six weeks eld. Free. House 0932
Amador Road. Phona 2-2964.
Funeral Services
For Mrs. Cordon
Sunday Afternoon
Funeral services for the late
Mrs. Grace Ann Gordon, a resi resident
dent resident of Juan Diaz who died re recently,
cently, recently, will be held Sunday at
St. Paul's Episcopal Church sit
3:30 p.m.
Burial will follow in Jardin de
Paz Cemetery.
Mrs. Gordon is survived bv her
husband, William, and her chil
dren, Lincolns, Neville, Mrs. Ma Mary
ry Mary E. Walker, Mrs. Myrpa Brown,
Mrs. Mabel Forbes and Mrs. Ma Mary
ry Mary Galloway.

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FOR RENT: Furnished chalet:
2 bedrooms, living-dining room,
perch, kitchen, garage- Samuel
Lewis Street No. 4, Campo Ale Ale-are,
are, Ale-are, facing Biskayna offices. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 3-3SS7.
FOR RENT: House in Arraijen,
ta responsible family, with in inside
side inside service. Near Arraijan Cus Customs,
toms, Customs, facing school.
FOR RENT: Chalet: 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, spacious grounds. Phone
3-1201 or 2-2724 Panama.
FOR RENT: Furnished chaleti
2 bedrooms, living-dining room,
kitchen, bathroom. Apply 45th
East Street 2-241, $ a.m. ta 9
p.m.
FOR RENT: Chalet: two bed bed-rooms.
rooms. bed-rooms. 7th Street 26, Golf Hta.
Inquire Phone 3-4244.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 1 5-ft. fiberglass
boat, 16-hp Scott-Atwater mo motor,
tor, motor, both about year old; trail trailers,
ers, trailers, accessories. Bargain for cash.
Fer information call Albrook
6176 er 2165.
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rbmonstrating positively that the
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that direction, nor did all Demp-c-ala
approve of FDR's strategic
nrch to the left. However that
try be. the Democratic Party as
1-i by Franklin D. Roosevelt and
J-'arry S. Truman became the ma majority
jority majority party in the United States.
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v out-v ted the Republican Party in na na-t
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unduly burdensome on the middle middle-income
income middle-income brackets. He would abolish
the income tax.
'America today," said Andrews,
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movements are sufficient evidence
that something is stirring among
conservative voters. There is like likely
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Democratic territory in he lf,
presidential campaign. Thurmond
von four Southern state and 39
e sctoral votes in his effort to pre-
sat either major pany cand1' ate
from obtaining an electoral college
raiority. The election of a presi president
dent president would have been the responsi responsibility
bility responsibility of the U.S. House of Reore Reore-sentatives
sentatives Reore-sentatives if no candidate had won
a majority of the e'ec'oral vote.
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MEXICO CITY, Oct. 19 (UP)

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nounced today that all member

hotels will continue to accept Ne
gro guests. The announcement fol

lowed a meeting in which hotel
owners discussed protests attribu

ted to aoine United States tourists
asking that Negroes be refused
lodgings.

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AC Stops College,
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but the Athletic Club has won a
football game. They did it before
an agereeable 700 crowd at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Staduium, 13 7, over the
Junior College.
What does go on the record,
however, is the indelible fact that
the Athletic Club has a team
which can whip any of the other
three Zone teams if they get
the breaks.
(Details of tht exhibition
gam arc on the Sports page).
Scoring for the winners w a s
George Harris, who Fcooped up a
third period fumble and went.
28 yards for the winning mark mark-and
and mark-and fullback Carl Tuttle, on
a cne-yard buck in the second
p? '';rt.
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COLLEGIATE GAIN JC fullback Al Blackall C23) bowls over
a couple tacklers, including Athletic Club back Bob Cuccalon
(9) after picking up 10 yards in the first quarter of last
night's gams at Balboa Stadium. Blackall led the 65-yard
drive that resulted in a JC touchdown, but It wasn't enougn.
AC won, 13-7. (Photo by Tom Thompson)

Arrests,
In Case
TALLAHASSEE, Fia., Oct. 19 19-(UP)
(UP) 19-(UP) A driver in a car pool set
up by Negroes to boycott the
city's segregated bus system was
carrying his, own family to town
when arrested in a police crack crackdown.
down. crackdown. Detective Sgt. R. J. Strick
land testified today.
Strickland, under cross-examination
by NAACP attorney Fran Fran-cisco
cisco Fran-cisco Rodriguez, said officers
watched Negro Henry T. Smith
pick up passengers in the car
pool for three days before arrest arresting
ing arresting him. But when he was brought
j to the yoice wc& n was louno
his four passengers were ms wue,
i,wo daughters and a cousin.
Special city prosecutor Mark
Hawes. Taint.:', objected to ihc
(testimony which he said he "knew
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riguez began questioning Strick Strickland.
land. Strickland. The city is trying 21 Negro
leaders, including Smith, and the
iegro In Civic Council O'l
charges of operating an illegal
.ar pool.
the
Maximum penalty on
charges is a $500 fine or 60 day i
in jail or both.
Hawes called police officials
and newspaper reporters to the
stand to support the city's con
tention that the ouncil operated j
car pool on established routes.
had regular pickup points and
was financed through contribu-
ions made at the council's twice i
weekly mass meetings.
Police Chief Frank Stoutamirc'
testified he warned grocer Dan,
Speed, the council's transporta-j
tion chairman, that arresls woi'ld
follow unless the car pool vehicles
had city permits and "for hire
licenses.
"Speed told me we could go,
ahcul and make the arrests and'
they wouid appeai all of them,"i
Stoutsmire said.
Rodriguez brought out cross
examination that none of the
passengers riding the pool cars
admitted paying the drivers. He
contended the iai poo. was inci incidental
dental incidental to the boycott which began
five months ago on the campus
of the" state Negrs university
when two coeds vr.e arrested for
itting next to a white woman on
a bus..

the ball from Athletic Club
a run up the middle of the
onto a win, 13-7, at Balboa

Hearing Continues
Of Negro Car Pool

Hawes called reporters Don
Meiklcjohn and Boo Oelaney of
The Tallahassee Democrat to tes testify
tify testify the car pool was regularly
financed by codtribuiions col collected
lected collected for that purpose at mass
council meetings.
Delaney testified that at a
council meeting he covered June
29 the members voted unanimous
ly to set up their own transporta
tion system rather than return to
the old system of segregated
seaing on the buses.
Two More Injured
In Hongkong Riots
Die In Hospital
HONG KONG, Oct. 19 (UP)
Two persons injured in last week's
riots in Kowloon died in the hos
pital last night, bringing the death
loll from tie violence to 58. Six
Europeans and 116 Chinese still
are receiving hospital treatment.

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Kelly Animal Farm near Peru, Ind., lies on the ground as her watchdog, Charlie keeps a vigil.
Charlie went without food to stay near Fannie during her illness. Only when the 13-year-oid
elephant was placed in its grave did the dog leave Its aid.

GJOEVIK. Norway, Oct. 19

(UP) An explosion ripped
through the vast Raufoss muni munitions
tions munitions factory today.
First reports said four persons
were killed and 20 others injured.
Ammunition was reported to
have blown up in one of the un underground
derground underground storage chambers of
the factory, which is built under
solid rock in this city 85 miles
North of Oslo.
The plant is government-owned
and is a chief suppliers of ammu
nition for North Atlantic Treaty
Organization (NATO) forces. It
was built with the help of United
States funds supplied through the
Marshall Flan aid program.
One report said a consignment
of 250,000 percussion caps explod exploded.
ed. exploded. Company officials and police
refused to give out further details.
Officials said, however, that
there was no danger of any fur
ther explosions and that rescue
teams were trying to force their
way into the affected area.
Company spokesmen said it
couid not be determined immedi
ately how many persons were
working in the underground stor storage
age storage chamber when the blast oc occurred.
curred. occurred. Police cordoned off the entire a
rea around the factory and emer emergency
gency emergency forces were mobilized. All
hospitals in the area were alert
ed. The commander of the Gjoevik
Home Guard was authorized to
call out his forces if they were
needed.
The plant is unique in that It is
built under a mountain of solid
rock in a forested area outside
Gjoevik, a city of about 6,000 per persons
sons persons in southeastern Norway.
It has it own rescue teams and
fire department, all of which went
into immediate action when he
explosion took place.
The Gjoevik chief of police said
he had ordered all of his men to
the Raufoss plant immediately aft after
er after the alarm was sounded over
the direct line from the factory to
police headquarters at 11:15 a.m.
But he still had no reports from
the rescue crews inside the plant
grounds more than two hours lat later.
er. later. The police chief said he had 'or 'ordered
dered 'ordered members of the Civil De Defense
fense Defense organization to report to the
plant, and that many volunteers
had joined the rescue workers.
Liberace Greeted
With 'Yoo-Hooj'
Alter Article
LONDON. Oct. 19 (UP) The
toothy smile was missing tonight
Til ... 4.1 J .X .U lt,.n knnt"
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that greeted him after a column
ist wrote what the pianist consi considered
dered considered a slur on his masculinity.
Hp referred to Cassandra, col
umnist of The London uauy
Mirror.
"I couldn't blame them for it,
said the television star. 'They
had been prepared for it. I'd like
to knock Cassandra's teeth down
his throat but a pianist needs his
bands to make a living.
No one in the Liberace entour
age ever had seen him as hurt
and angry as he was after he
read Cassandra's critical com
ments.
"They were lies," the pianist
said. "He was attacking our
morals. We have a television
morals code in the United States
I can hold my head up and any
one can search back through my
past to the day I was born and
they won't find anything nasty.'
Liberace said the wide circula
tion of the column and "the
effects it is already having" had
forced him to instruct his at
torneys to retain local counsel
and file a libel suit for the max-
Iimum money damages possible
under British law and a complete
apology.
"I don't care if we get only
10 cents," he said. "The impor important
tant important thing to me is that I must
clear my name."

32nd YEAR

Egypt Spurns French Officials

Of Gun-Running

PARIS, Oct. 19 (UP) The
Egyptian embassy today reject rejected
ed rejected as "hardly conceivable"
charges of French officials that
Egypt is running arms and am ammunition
munition ammunition to Algerian rebels.
French officials in Algeria
claimed last night that a ship
seized off Algeria with 70 tons
of arms had been loaded in Al Alexandria
exandria Alexandria under the direction of
an Egyptian naval officer and
was destined for the Algerian
rebels.
Reliable but non-official cir circles
cles circles said Premier Guy Mo I let
is considering a protest to the
United Nations Security Coun Council
cil Council as a result of the Incident.
He also might be questioned
abouu it when he reports on his
domestic policy to the National
Assembly Tuesday prior to a
confidence vote, possibly Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. 'Greatest Show'
To Hit Trail
Without Big Top
SARASOTA. Fla. Oct. 19 (UP)-
"The Greatest Show on Earth'
will hit the sawdust trail against
next spring, but without its fa famous
mous famous Big Top.
Art Concello, new managing di
rector of the circus, announced
plans for three 1957-58 tours Wed
nesday when he arrived here to
take over at the Sarasota winter
headquarters.
He said the big show will open
its eastern tour in New York's
Madison Sauare Garden April 3
return here briefly and in mid
summer begin a swing through the
far West and South. It will make
a final tour of the Midwest from
Janusrv to March.
He said John Ringling North,
president of the circus, will arrive
next week to begin organizing the
sets. Concello said many of tne
weir known performers will be
back plus dozens of new acts from
Europe and Mexico.
Rut the circus will play to "chil
dren of all ages" indoors instead
of under the canvas Big Top.
North closed down the show last
summer because he said it was
no longer feasible to continue un
der the tent.
I Weather Or Not
This weather report, for the 24
hourt MiSlna S a.m. today, is pre prepared
pared prepared by the Miteereleflieal end
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PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, OCTOBER II, 1951

The Egyptian embassy state statement
ment statement referred to the gun-running
story which appeared in a
Paris afternoon paper yesterday
but was confirmed by French
officials in Algiers last night.
The statement noted that "a
boat named Athos, which sail sailed
ed sailed under no flag although it is
usually registered in Britain,
has been seised en the tilth
seas while carrying 79 tons ef
material destined to the Alge Algerian
rian Algerian resisters.
"According to this paper the
arms were put aboard the ship
Oct. 4 in Alexandria. .Sheer
logic shows that this news is
hardly conceivable.
"If the Athos left Alexandria
Oct. 4 and was flagged down
Oct. 14 she would have been sail sailing
ing sailing leisurely for two weeks with
a cargo of explosives.
US, Red China
Envoys Meet
In 60th Session
GENEVA. Oct. 19 (UP1 Am.
bassadors of the United States
and Communist China met for
their 60th session today, still m
a deadlock after 15 months of
regular meetings.
U.S. Ambassador TT AImis
Johnson and Chinese Ambassador
Wang Ping-nan did not reveal
what went on at the two-hour 20
minute meetine Thpir rnmmuni.
que sam only mat they will meet
again Nov. z.

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"In addition, we find on the
weapons last 51 Canadian mor mortars
tars mortars plus II British rifles.
Egypt has concluded no arms
contract with Canada. The lat latter
ter latter rather has contracts for
arms mppires with Israel.''
A dispatch from Algiers said
Tourists Break
Italian Hermit's
Lonely Solitude
BERGAMO, Italy Oct. 19 (UP)
Many years ago Gino ZambelH
of the neighboring village of Ca Ca-lolzio
lolzio Ca-lolzio Corte wanted to become a
bicycle racer, but his career last lasted
ed lasted barely two hours.
He equipped himself with a rac racing
ing racing bike and entered the "tour of
Italy," in which champions pedal
the length and breadth of. the Ital Italian
ian Italian peninsula for fun and (lory.
Zambefli crashed into the plate
glass window of a store after only
two hours in the race. The shame
was too much, and Zambelli took
to the woods and became a her
mit.
But Zambelli had failed again.
A group of tourists found him in
the mountain cave where he had
lived for year: alone with his
dogs living on what he could find
in the .woods.
Zambelli moved farther back In Into
to Into the mountains today in search
of his lost solitude.

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the captain of the ship is aa
Englishman. He first was believ believed
ed believed to be a Greek because he car carried
ried carried Greek and Corsican pass passports.
ports. passports. Authorities would not
give his name.
Mollet ordered Navy ehief of
staff Adm. Henry Michel Nomy
to rive him a full report en thai
captured ship.
But French officials in Algeria
did not wait for Che investiga investigation
tion investigation to be completed before
making the charge against
Egypt.
Comptroller
Section Leads
In Suggestions
The first quarter report of USA
RCARIB's (Panama Area) Civilian
suggestion program, released re recently,
cently, recently, shows that the Comptrol
ler Section led the other depart
ments of the command in sugges
tions rceived per 100 employes.
The comptroller section has
sent in 30 8 suggestions per 100
employes, while the AG section at.
tained a figure of 20.5. Third in
the quarterly report was the Ord Ordnance
nance Ordnance section which reached I
mark of 14.7.
The IAGS section was first in
the adoption rate. They topped
all other sections with a per cent cent-nance
nance cent-nance and Accounting section and
third, respectively, were the Fi Finance
nance Finance anl Accounting section and
Headquarters USARCARIB.

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