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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
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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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33rd TEAR

PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1957

Mil Sillita

PC Begins Asiatic

5 OCT 3 1

FIVE CENTS

f

Flu Shots Tomorrow

A supply of vaccine against Asiatic flu arrivtd in th

Canal Zone durinj; the weekend a,nd the immunization pro
gram will begin on a- voluntary basis in the canal orga organization
nization organization tomorrow morning In the office,- of the Port
Captain, it was announced today by the Canal Zone Health
Bureau. v
The first injections will be given tomorrowr Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday to pilots arid ship boarding
personnel; employes of Corgas and Coco Solo Hospitals,
and Canal Zone school teachers.

Dr. Eric R. Osterberg, cljief of
the Division of Preventive Medi Medi-.cine
.cine Medi-.cine and Quarantine, assisted by
school nurse Mrs. Erma Forbes,
will administer these injections on
the Pacific side. On the Atlantic

side, the inoculation program for
those in the first priority broup

will be conducted by school why

sician Dr. Howard C. Pritham, as

sisted bv school nurse Miss

Jane Holcomb.
Aflw the -first wmIc, the va va-cin
cin va-cin will b available on a vol voluntary
untary voluntary basis In the out patient
medical facilities to all residents
the Canal Zone. Beginning
' Oct. 21, the vaeelne then will
be available to all those whe

Marital Troubles
7!o Defense' Says
Judge; Fine $35
' A Naitf enlisted man from Rod

man who drove' his car wildly yes-

whetnr jie uvea or noi, y munu
euiltv today, in fBalboa Magis Magis-trata'fe
trata'fe Magis-trata'fe Court and fined $35 On a
charge of reckless driving.
' The 27-vear-old sailon Joseph A.

Woody, a 2nd class bosun's .mate,
told the arresting officer that he
. :- didn't care Jwhether he lived or
died because he was haring mari marital
tal marital trouble
"Woody was driving around 60
m p,h. around a curve about 400
feet from the best side of Miraflo-i
res Bridge. I

The policeman said he heard a
screeching of tires and saw the de defendant's
fendant's defendant's car ." come around the
curve on the left side of the road

and then veer towards the right.
Oncoming' traffics had to stop to

avoid collision ; with the careen careening
ing careening car, the policeman testified to-

cay. -r
He added that the car almost

.turned over on one shoulder and
then, swerving across the road al

most lurnea over un me vmer biuc.
The officer blew his whistle
three times, "and Woody finally
pulled off the road and stopped.

have medical privileges in the
Canal Zone.
Civilian employes of the U. S.
armed forces will receive vaccine
injections at the military dispensa dispensaries.
ries. dispensaries.
Canal Zone Health officials said

the vaccination of pre-school chil

dren with .Asiatic flu vaccine is

not usually recommended. Chil

den six through 12 years of age

may be given two half doses at

THE PULSE
OF PANAMA

THE NATIONAL TREASURY

owed the 'Social Security Boara

more than eight million tiollars
at the end of June 30, according

to a report submitted to, tne Na

tional Assembly by board man

ager Alejandro de la Quaraia.

De la Guaraia said tne oeDi

has been accumulating since

1947 and presents a difficult sit situation
uation situation because it Is money which
Is not earning interest.

The inonev owed Dy tne state

is for deductions made from gov

ernment employes.

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WHAT

juopy J357J
rroilst

MAKES SATTY RUN?

weekly; intervals while the recom-i The arrival of the. polfdemen

mended dose for persons 13 years

of age or older is two injections

not less than four, weeks apart.

Health authorities report that
20 per cent of those who .have re

ceived tne. influenza vaccine nave
suffered a typical mild reaction.
The injections are being given
to all employes and their depend dependents
ents dependents free of charge.

US, Civic Council
Asks Heavy Ballot

On AINicJids c

i

"He was very nervous, and
there was a heavy odor of alcohol
atfout the defendant," the police policeman
man policeman testified. He said the sailor,
thanked (him i several times for
stopping the ear, adding that he

was very disturbed over his dom domestic
estic domestic life.
Said Judge John E. Deming:
'Being disturbed isn't a defense.
It has happened before to peopl
and when it does, they shouldn't
drive automobiles. It's too dangerous."

Aft, all-out effort' "to' set peopfe

to .the polls tp vote ,for civic eoun eoun-CU,
CU, eoun-CU, tepresentatives .on Nov. 5 is
belli e made br the -Cristobal-Mar

garita councik 5'

Accordmgat o president Henry T.

Carpenter. there are vacancies

for 19 officers on the council re

presenting the two U.S.-rate civil

ian communities.
A -particular effort is b.eing
made this year to have represen representatives
tatives representatives from every division on the
Atlantic side in order to get true
representation of the different departments.

Tonight members will meet at
their clubhouse to discuss past
projects and to hear a report on
the last council meeting with Gow,
Potter.

Carpenter feels that interest in
cfyic council work has "increas "increased
ed "increased tremendously" during the past
year.
"People are now finding out
that we are making headway in
our reauests and getting things
done. We're hopine for a big
turnout at the polls."
Besides Carpenter, other officers
are V. C. Reed, 1st vice-president
R.. H. Miller, 2nd vice-president,
Louise Griffon, secretary. A- A.
Whitlockf treasurer and Tom Sel Sel-lgrs,
lgrs, Sel-lgrs, governor's representative.

frraf fie waTs held no for two

hours recently in San Francisco,

Veraguas, when, group of pe pedestrians
destrians pedestrians barred the passage of

a truck which was headed in tne
opposite direction.
The pedestrians and the truck

met on the Santa Maria bridge.
For two hour both the driver

nd the pedestrians stubbornly
refused to give ground until a

poller detaenment was summon

ed from Santiago.

LONDON, Oct. 7 (CP) What's pushing the Rnssian satellite along at 11,000 mph?
Nothing, v '' i.ii
That is the marvel et spao. travel. There Is bo motor, ne jet, no rocket shorter the sa satellite
tellite satellite along its course. 1
What keeps it going?
It's like-a bullet. The cartrldje gives a bullet the Initial shove.
An Intercontinental missile Started the satellite. The missile, like the cartridge, la left be behind.
hind. behind. -1-
Now the satellite .1 rolling along on momentum. The earth's gravity keeps it circling the
world. But centrifugal force keeps it from crashing back into the earth.
Like the bullet, the satellite wil lose momentum sooner or later.
In the ease of the bullet, the resistance of air overcomes the momentum in a brief pe period
riod period of time. 4 1
There is also resistance In space scattered molecules of air and other gases. But space
has never been explored and thus this resistive quality of space has never been measured.
Thus, no one not even the Russians can predict yet how long it will be before the
satellite slows down. When It does, it will crash to earth exactly like a bullet.
There is this difference: it will never reach ground. At even lessened speed, the satel satellite's
lite's satellite's plunge will set it afire exactly like a shooting star when it enters the earth's atmos atmosphere.
phere. atmosphere. It will disintegrate in a tiny flash Of fire.

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m O i I'" V '

Hams i

ended the impasse' It is not

-known if anyone was arrested.

; ;A new electoral code Is sched scheduled"
uled" scheduled" to be introduced in the Na National
tional National Assembly this week. The
bill, to be presented by the gov

ernment, consists of 80 pages,
containing 32ft articles.
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I Lilfle Girls Swept

Inlo Chagres River;

A Coco fiolito Navy wife whose
daughters were swept into deep
water in the Chagres River off

Fort San-Lorenzo yesterday, swam

to their rescue, but was able to

save only one of the girls Irom

drowning.
Despite artificial respiration, lit

tie Connie Sue McCurtain was pro

nounced dead" at 4:45 p.m. Her

sister, Belinda Jean was saved by
the. mother who swam out to

reach the girls.

The McCurtain girls and three
other children were playing in

shallow water In the Chagres Riv-.

er, about 250 yards from Fort
San Lorenzo, according to a po police
lice police report. ) -v
The sister were either swept

into deep water, or had wander wandered
ed wandered in hy accident. Mrs. McCur McCurtain
tain McCurtain was only able to save Belin Belinda
da Belinda Jean.
Connie Sue's body was found
half an hour later in ten feet of
water about 30, feet from the
shore by Denver P. James, a Ft.
Gnlick soldier.
Firemen who arrh-ed on the
scene applied artificial respiration

but failed to revive the child who
was pronounced dead by a Fort

Guhck doctor.

US Scientist Warns 'We'd Better Be
On Moon, Planets When Reds Arrive'

WASHINGTON, Oct. (VPh

The Russians are driving toward
manned flight to the moon and

the nlanets

"We had better be there whasn

they arrive," a distinguished

American scientist told the United

Press today. "The issue is su:

premacy."

He said tne Russians nave a

tremendous head start. He was
not referring just to the fact that
the Soviets beat, the United States

in the race to get an artificial

moon into an orbit around the
arth. v. ,!i v

The truly"' imprcsslts fact, he
said, is that they did it on thcr
first try. They "made it look
easy." jt:;, v
But he' Is confident this country
ean close the gap "if we are will willing
ing willing to mako the effort," ,
i RiiKMaaJ4trviratmri.' ; TtHsllItir.C

lravt aalked jt.fir.ng Tockaf,
xarryjn,,a crtw ef experiment!

anima s. to the moon in tee next

ver a.

- The Scientist tefused to discount
Wholly anyth.ig the Russians are
saying, hat he suggest that five

years mig&i be nearer the mark

We coild do that if we got
started right away and committed
enough bra'ti and money to the

0D, as sau.

i pieces Army, Navy, Air Force,

Mothers Plea Reduces Time
In Jail For Newsboy, 17

Paraiso Boy's
Body Recovered
From Canal Water
' The body of Dttle Michael

Blades of Paraiso who felLJnto
! the Canal Frlday. was 'recovered
by. Canal Zone police yesterday
about 200 yards south of a point

wnere ne tta into tne water.
Investigation-Seas being eon eon-jtlnued
jtlnued eon-jtlnued to. locate any witnesses
i who saw the five-year-old near
the Canal
A search of "the townsit of

Paraiso was made all day Friday
when the child was reported
missing. A playmate said that

jwicnaei yeu into the water, but
this was not. confirmed .until
yesterday... : -. ..

1 A coroner's Jury has been em

A sick mother's olea for mercv

for her teen-aged son today sav

ed tne youtn. carl A. Brathwaite.

irom serving 20 days in jail.
Originally, the 17-year-old Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian paperboy was fined $25 in
the Balboa Magistrate's Court on
charge of attempted petit larceny.
But after his mdlher appared
in court, and told the judge that
both she and her husoand. were
suffering from cancer and couldn't
afford to pay the $2S .fine, he sen sentenced
tenced sentenced the youth' to spend five
days in jail instead. v
Brathwaite set-off an alarm in

stalled at the .Balboa Railroad St a

tion telephone box when he tam

pered won the pm box i a s i d e,
trying to pry irloose.

The alarm brought a police car

10 uie scene several minutes later

A policeman testified he found

noon when he decided to try

get the coin box out because he
wanted money for "eating and to

buy a shirt.

After reading the statement,
Judge John E. Deming asked the

boy

"What do you have to say for

yourself?
"Nothing," he replied, "every
thing you say is right,"
Before Brathwaite'i mother an

peared, the Judge had continued

the case until tomorrow to give

authorities more time to notify

the. woman.

Just as the boy was being- led
off, the elderly West Indian wom

an walked into court.
"In i mm like this," fa 14
fh Judge i always like to see
at (east parent BrtMnt."

i Atier uning ine yooui me

"National security demands that

we get 2oin.v-?ne aui-fl.
' He said all of his scientific col colleagues
leagues colleagues agr;e with this. He "aid
they also agree with the Russians
that information clf-an.d by ss''-

lites w'U pave the way tu inter

planetary travel. -On
this subiect Dr. Fred L.

Whipple, director of the Smith

sonian Astropnysicai UDservaiory
at Cambridge, Mss Mtd

Satellite flights are 'tne first

step towt-rd the eslAblkl'.mer.t if

a spa'-e piauorm wnicn 1 wouia
later h3 manned. Succeeding steps
would be ncltet to the mu:,
at first unmanned with a tele television
vision television r. leri. 10 send infrinrtion

back to the earth, and later a

manned rocket.

The Washington scientist ana

WhiDDle have been closely associ

ated for years in upper air rocket

F56&rch.
Manned flight Into space will
give the nation that first achieves
it power never before wielded by
man.
"This country has got to be
there when the Russians arrive
and with something better than
they have," the scientist said.
,He said some U.S. officials felt

that in tne earth satellite program
"we were spending money on a

to lov."

"They gave us a nttie over iuo
million dollars. They should have

given us at least half a billion.
He made this proposal:

; ,We should set up an agency

something like the Manhattan Lis Lis-trictt
trictt Lis-trictt o attack space at once.

"It would cost many times tne

two billion spent by the Manhat Manhat-District
District Manhat-District to develop the atomic

bomb. This is a lot tougher pro

ject.

It SDO'Ua oe an imegraieu

agency, not one sput up m-.o

NACA (National Advisory CoraH

mittee for Aeronautics).
"It should be truly integrated,

with' the whole group putting all
of its talents to work to solve U

of the problems.
rThese problems are gigantic.

But "we can lick them with what

we have now if we try hard

enough." He suggested mis pro
srami

, we should put up "a really

bir satellite."'

Then we should develop" an,

unmanned rocket to fly around
the moon and back. It could take

television pictures of the moon's

never yet seen other side, m ;

i The next step would be tff land

a rocket on the moon with instru instruments
ments instruments to report what it finds our.

, All along we would be send-

Imf tin 'animals to see what rocket

lltght anotne.xaistioni space
do 40 them ,

- rinauy. we snouia uneenaxe
manned flight "with spacS sta stations
tions stations or with rocket ships capable
of penetrating deep into space and
returning."
This scientist believes nuclear

energy ultimately win power

space 'ships. Atomic Energy Com

mission scientists are working on

this problem at Los Alamos, Liv
ermore. and Areonne.

5'But we could get out Into
space with the propellants we

have now,"' he said. "We don't
have fuels that are radically dif

ferent. But we certainly must in-

vestigagete anything that might
help."
To catch up with the Russians
and beat them, to the moon and

the planets, he said, we will

have to use' all possible ap

proaches, including military rock-,
ets."

For the moment, he. said, the

United States must concentrate on

getting at least one satellite into

an orbit, it was oai enougn lor

the Russians to beat us. If we
don't launch a moon before the
International Geophysical Year
ends Dec. 31, 1958, "Holy smoke I"
he said.
He refused to dwell further on
the possibility of failure.
"We had better," he said, "look
beyond and ask, what next? As
sure as shooting the Soviets are
going after manned flight into

space. This is one race we can t

let them win." r

Canal Pilot, Seaman

Hurt As Ganqolank

OfXallao'Talh r

y, 1 v A l
i Cant. Volkert Jacobs. ..Panama

CgRal pilot, receive minor injuries
andfireeorio Gutierrez-Caraza. Pe

ruvian seamen, was seriously in

jured about the head and hand
when'' the eanerolank of the Peru

vian naval vessel Callao collapsed

yesterday afternoon. I
The accident occured at 3 p.m.

at Balboa Pier 18 as Capf. Jacobs
and the seaman Were boarding the
ship which was preparing to cast
off and make the northbound tran

sit through the Canal.
.Gutierrez-Carazas was carrying

a large block of ice.
Both men fell a distance of ap
proximately 20 feet when he gang gangplank:
plank: gangplank: collapsed.

Capt. Jacobs was treated at Gor-

gas Hospital for back and arm in injuries,'
juries,' injuries,' The seaman also was tak

en to Gorgas Hospital where it
was found he had severe head in

juries and a crushed hand. His
condition was reported as good
this niorning.

Local Radio

Clamor To Get
v .-".'-.-
In Eaai SiiririArr

The around-the-world-in-96-minutes Russian satellite

will not be visible from the Isthmus for several weeks, if t i
ever.
Its 18,000 mph orbit omits Panama from the travel
schedule. x -1
But though invisible, It is highly audible here. Pan

ama and Canal Zone ham radio operators have their re
ceivers on the job, to hear it say "Beep," in Russian.
CFN's Sgt. Frank Harrison taped the remark and re retransmitted
transmitted retransmitted it for all Isthmian TViewers over the weekend.
-About 50 hams have called up CFN asking how to
tune in to the satellite.
Quarry Heights reported signals were picked up at :

7:15 this morning, then 9 o clock. They are heard about
every hour and a half, and, last about 10 minutes. ;
Quarry Heights is monitoring, and jetransmittlng to

Washington, signal beep reports fromji,
1) Minitrack stations in Latin America;
2) US Army Caribbean signal corpsf receivers? '
3) Canal Zone hams,, who started phoning-In their
reports Saturday.
The beeps are coded temperature and other fcien-

Meanwhile' US lentlsts,

th-dfadant standing akoaOJudge asked the mother whether

Tnrmm mi away rrom rne phsm, u the bad anything to say,

and discovered that tto coin box
h4 been pulled down about Vi

n Inch. It contained 47.15.

me box was presented in court
today after scratches and other
marks km it were- noted. A' rail-

roaa spike found lying la a sewer
grill work near the shone box wn

also introduced in court as the

f Pnellel to 6eUhnini of M V,ed in
h ae"n-.-. prying the coin box Wae.

His father. Amos TtixfM u a

machinist- helper at the Mira Mira-flores
flores Mira-flores Locks. ,..-

prying me com tox loose

A statement made by the 'youth
stated he was on his way back
from swimming yesterday "after-

Mrs. Brathwaite stated both she

and her husband cannot work be

cause of cancer.
'He is the only one that can do
anything in the house." she plead pleaded.
ed. pleaded. Because she could not pay the
$25 fine, the youth would save
had to spend 25 days m jaiL :
T A .U T I j f ...

liminate the fine, and send tie
boy to jail for five days.
Thinks a lot. Judge, thank you
very much." the mother mumbled
as she left the courtroom.

Gelling Even Costs
GAO Man Harrison

$25 For Big Noise

$100

Ths iCallao arrived here from
Callaor Peru, via Buenaventura is

making the Canal transit today en

route to Corpus Christi, Texas.

Albrook Plane
Flies 30 Women,
Kids From Haiti

Trying to "get even" with
Sollceman turned out to be a

costly matter to a young GAO
accountant today.
Theodore Harrison, 24-year-old
resident of Ancon was fined

$25 In the Balboa Magistrate's
Court on a charge of "unneces "unnecessary
sary "unnecessary use of a warning device" at
3:20 a.m. Saturday.

Harrison admitted that he I

tooted the car's horn several
times early in the morning, but
stated it was just to spite a Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone policeman who had
told him not to drive his car.
He was warned in Ancon, at
about 2 a.m., but about an hour
later, the arresting officer pick picked
ed picked him up near the Balboa Rail Railroad
road Railroad Station where Harrison
was creating the disturbance.

"There was a strong odor of Berlin 555

alconoi aDom rum, tne police policeman
man policeman testified, but added. "He
passed part of the sobriety test

at the Baiooa police station."

The DOliceman stated: "He

told me that be wanted i6 spite

the police,

The defendant emphatically

denied this on the stand, say-

Not to spite the police, I

A C-54 which flew Sasurday
from Albrook AFB to Haiti to
pick up dependents of Ameri Americans
cans Americans transported 30 such per persons
sons persons to Guantanamo Bay yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Most of the passengers were
women and children.
After landing in Cuba, the
C-54 returned to Albrook.
As -of today, there was no
indication the Air Force plane
will need to return for another
load at this time.

Beeps For All

BERLIN, Oct. 7 (UP) Want

to hear the Soviet satellite? dial

Bail of $100 was forfeited today

by Leon Sebastian, a 44-year-old
American, who failed to appear
in court to answer a charge of

rfmmlrn 'A ravin

Balboa Magistrate that Sebastian wanted to spite a particular po po-u
u po-u tha iTnHi state vMtM- liceman.

dir where be was o tmder eaio tne Judge: "The police

.tm.rh nnrtht vhirh micht are there lor everyone's protec-

km kim thpr about cis months. I tion. They often have to do

. ........ ILl. W L 111 A.

In -arriffrtn th hail fnrKltM. uimg" wkj ug out uu w oo.

Judge Deming said that he was In lining Bauer $25, the Judge

takinff the matter imder rOnsider- BdOea:

alioa and would dpeirie tomorrow. "You must admit your atti-

Sebaetian was charged with driv-.tude was eertalnly not common,
fng his car oa tta St in Curundu'dable."
ia aa intoxicated condition Friday! The dark-hatred defendant

BihC

nodded his head in agreement.

The head of Berlin's Geophy Geophysical
sical Geophysical Institute, Prof. Richard
Scherhag, said that when the
satellite passed over Berlin this
morning the signals were loud
and dear enough to enable the
Institute to record them on tape.
This tape Is being played back
continually for phone subscrib subscribers,
ers, subscribers, he said.

working around 4he clock,; hate
nintted the course of the satel-

1tt." iv r.nura.te1Vf that biff' tele

scopes will be able to bring it

under observation;- u was an announced
nounced announced in Washington today.
A spokesman for the TJ.S. sat satellite
ellite satellite projecit said the artificial
moon's orbit is nojw "fairly ac accurately
curately accurately fixed" and can be pre predicted
dicted predicted up to a week, in the fu

ture.
This Information, he said,
will be given to eagerly waiting-
astronomical observatories
and U.S. "moonwatch" teams
and shared with the-world.
The official said some U.S. and
other observatories should be

able to pick up the satellite as it
streaks across the horizon at
dawn and dusk the only pos possible
sible possible times for visual sighting.
American scientists were

proud of their speed in plotting
the satellte's complex orbit in
relation to the spinning earth.
Dr. John P. Hagen, chief of

the U.S. satellite program, said

yesterday that Russian scien

tists thougnt it wouia laue a

week to nlot its course.

The spokesman said the orbit

of the satellite appears to De

fairly circular.
He said the nearest it comes
to the earth is an altitude of
about 400 miles.
He said U.S. scientists so far
have not determined exactly
the highest altitude that the
satellite reaches in its 96-min-ufe
swings around the globe.
The chairman of the UJS. na national
tional national committee of the inter

national Geophysical Year says

the United States will launch a

satellite within 15 months.

Dr. Joseph Kaplan, professor

of physics at the University or
California at Los Angeles, said
the United States will go ahead
with a "well laid program along
well considered lines."

"We have a remarkable scien

tific program planned for these
satellites," Kaplan said here
yesterday after returning from

a meeting in the nation's capi capital.
tal. capital. "I am quite confident that we
will get a satellite up during the
International G e o p h y si cal
Year."
The noted scientist criticis criticised
ed criticised the "hysteria and accusa accusations"
tions" accusations" thait followed Russia's
successful launching of an
earth-girdling satellite.
Russia's achievement, he

said, probably doesn't hold
anymore implications of mili military
tary military dangers than any other
scientific, achievement.

"I think that what is mostlv

indicated by the Russian success

New H-VecpcaV!
At Great Height'

MOSCOW, Oct. 7 (UP)-The So Soviet
viet Soviet Union announced today it has
successfully exploded a "new" type
of hydrogen warhead at a great
altitude.
The unsual Tass news agency
announcement said that "in that
interest of the safety of the popu population
lation population and of those taking part in

the test, the explosion-was carried
nut at 0o.aat altitiilA '.

"The test," it added, "was sut
cessful."
The official Tass announcement,
broadcast by Radio Moscow, was
highly unusual. Russia seldom dis discloses
closes discloses nuclear tests until well aft after
er after their completion. Usually tho
United States and Britain are first
to reveal Soviet blasts.
This is how Radio Moscow dis-'
closed the "new" H.-bomb devicer

"In accordance with the plan.' of
experiemental work on the crea creation
tion creation and improvement of atom
and hydrogen bombs in the USSR,
a powerful hydrogen device of new
design was tested on Oct, 6, :
"In the interest of the safety
of the population and of those tak taking
ing taking part in the test, the explosion
was carried out at a great a 1 1 i i-tude.
tude. i-tude. j
"The test was successful. i-V

'Morgan Blasts

Morning Calm
Of Yucca Flats

Ancient Item
h All right, so the pictures are a little blurred,
thei type a trifle wobbly, and the interest in Balboa
Teenagers' levis more editorial. than emotional. All
adds up to the same thing; The Panarrta American's
getting old. Thirty-two today -

ANGEL'S PEAK, Ney. Oct; f

(UP) The nuclear device "Mor
gan" blasted the new day at 5 a.
m. today bringing to a close in

flame and fury the nation's 1957
series of atomic tests.
The device, 24th exploded in the
spring and summer series, was
cradled under a plastic balloon
tetherd 500 feet above the Yucca
Flat test site, 75 miles northwest
of Las Vegas.
The blast ripped the morning
sky with a force equivalent to be between
tween between 5000 and 10,000 tons of TNT
and sent the familiar but- still
awesome mushroom cloud rising
high into the sky.
The blinding white light of .' tho

flash was seen hundreds of miles

away, me snocaing lorce or u
wave swept across the desert a j
rea, swirling up dust and sand, v
Thirty three experiments were
hooked to Morgan oa a. sequence' j
timer, but there were no military -or
civil effects tests. The troops
had gone. ... ',
Y
Sharp Observer! ?
STOCKYOM, Sweden, Oct. T-
(UP) There's music ia tha atr.
Swedish music student Reim V! -randi
said today the "peep" tignat
from the Soviet space satellite is.

ia A flak -1

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KeepYour Eye on the Leaves
Now Fol fow Through .

THE MAIL SOX

THE DULLES CURTAIN

Birr

It ispems that Kiplinn foresaw John F. Dulles when he penned

. th following lines:
In the carboniferous Epoch we were promised abundance
lor all
By robbing selected Peter to pay lor collective Paul;
. But, though we had pienty of money, there was nothing our
money could buy.
- And the Gods of the Copybook Headings said: "If you don't
work you die."
.v -in meter Dullen ha contrived through his ignorance to

' prevent any and all Americans from visiting or travelling in Red

China. The-passports oi me i stuaeuis aim "ue iicmumii w"u
. disregarded his noble ordei are being picked up and not renewed.
" J China erected a wall around itself centuries, ago. Eventually
progress broke it down. Now America is building another wall;
little Iron curtain of its own where everyone plays peek-a-boo
with each other I have more marbles than you, I don't need
your marbles. 1
China knows all about America, but American Dulles doe3
aotNsant 'his' people to know about China. Is Dulles afraid that

hl own neoDle will sudder.lv emigrate en masse to China and

lura their elib politicians to exercise their wind in, designln;

new airplane? Or is it possible America can set an example
to 'triers whereby their rules of conduct and political aspira aspira-'
' aspira-' lions for the advancement of their children can be recognized by

-Red China and used as a rung up the ladder or worm progress?

" "Vt America afraid of what China mignt una nerey
. 2 Mavbfl Chinese newsmen will factually understand the va

' iMim rare hatreds in the United States aiong with the labor

Racketeers who bieed their peons for whatever the market will

v ''laJAre the glib politicians so easily recognizable that they per

aps might melt undc tne light of news-coverage? It might pay
the politician Dulles to obtain the opinion of those who are not.

Ills elders hut wno suiier uriaer nim Decause wie ice oi Amcr Amcr-'".lca.
'".lca. Amcr-'".lca. has been blackened and abused by his noble and worthwhile

Actions. His intelligence has brought scorn and hatred unto his

. own people.
" ( He does not have to fulfer for his own acts as he has enough
' poetical psychology of agrandizement to compensate him for all
' the' barbs of outrageous scorn which might be thrown against

" Him."
S 'Xlip people seldom speak as they are too busy earning a liv-

Jhood for tneir iamines im.ure security, as weu as ineir own
Many politicians take advantage of that fact.
it America has been founded upon a group of self-thinking,

courageous, men and women who overthrew what they could
v" npt digest. They built a nation which, as of now, is far superior
V;fc many others. Why let the heritage die? Every race in the

3orid has built America. It has given liberty and freedom of
konght to anyone who cared to share its benefits. To anyone
mho cared to step foot on its shores to take advantage of tne

ood-glven rights of religious, political ana personal freedom.
,1 It has used its inventive genius to better itself and the
Sorid who participate In free-thinking endeavors. It is good
iat America is great and strong the little people have made
' it that way. '
, Let the self -loving politicians keep it that way. Let them
V provide advancement f or their constituents so that the future
- Joan provide more for the people, thereby giving more to the
deaden agrandlzement. When the leaders help others they help

unemselyes. when tne politicians neip tnemseives tney aon t

' Jjelp the people.

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RATTLE OF LITTLE ROCK

W Apparently the soldier who signs his name "Non-Corn"

flisgusted with the Army and particularly with his outfit. So

why doesn't he get transfeired to some famous outfit like the
' Jbrave, fearless, do-or-die, hairy-chested fighting men, of the
' 101st Airborne Division, Little Rock, Arkansas.
,1 To show how tough tnese brave fighting men are, here are
' djootes from a local j-aper:
m "The tough paratrooper struck the 46-year-old man in the
Mead with his gunbutt, the man falling to the ground and bleed-
.ing from the head."
i 'I: "Another tough paratrooper bayoneted a 35-year-old sales sales-'
' sales-' .man In the arm when he failed to move fast enough. The saics saics-r
r saics-r man with blood gushing from his shirt, submitted meekly."
' "vf "A tough sergeant prabbed one of the high school kids,

pusned his rifle stock nard against the boys throat and the kid

looted very scared."

"At the command of an officer the brave troopers lined up,
bayonets outthrust. and at a signal all shouted 'ha' and charged

ine niEh scnooi dovs. ine boys ilea."

'i "A gravel-voiced sergeant yelled 'Keep the bayonets at their
necks, right at their throats'."
- I wonder what the German 6S troops would have done if
nils same bunch of tough boys yelled "ha" and charged them

" with bayonets. Probably spit in their eve and walked off. We

: Were lucky In the last war that we had better troops than this

outfit In Europe
' If you Balboa ROTC boys ever pull any fancy stunts like the
bove I am going to write my senator and have your outfit dis disbanded
banded disbanded as a disgrace to the Canal Zone. I am sure you wouldn't
pull Such stunts, also your officers wouldn't allow It.
What is happening to our country anyhow when white man
. flghtc white man at gunbutt. to allow nine minority children to
, ente a school where they are not wanted when they 'have an
equal school of their own to go to? Didn't this same thing hap happen
pen happen in Hungary recently, and who condemned who for it? a
Disgusted
i i
CONSTITUTIONAL PAY- RATE
r:
V. I presume that in the next session of Congress in January
1558, an equal rights bill will be passed similar to the one pro pro-emd
emd pro-emd in the past session. This bill will probably again grant
i til employes a certain base pay, with Americans getting an ad additional
ditional additional approximate 12 per cent tax differential and a 25 per
cent overseas differential over the base pay.
j If such a bill is passed, what would happen if the USCA wins
. lta Income tax suit against the Government and. the income tax
In thlj area declared unconstitutional? As the above base pay
" plus tax and overseas differentials equals the current pay of
Americans if the income tax in this area is declared unconsti unconstitutional,
tutional, unconstitutional, the 12 per cent tax differential would also be uncon unconstitutional,
stitutional, unconstitutional, and the Americans would automatically get a 12 per
, cent pay cut. Likewise, with the tax differential thrown out the
Panamanians would automatically be entitled to an approximate
J .per cent pay raise. Or didn't anyone ever think of this'

! On the subject of retired American employes living In this
ea, hasn't anyone ever thought of attaching a clause on to the
Above bill granting these aged people the one privilege thev want

i oouie x-anoiiia, iauai. Army, ana Navy commissary

na post exenange privueges that they were receiving on date

This is s mitrhtv mal rwiupxt. from Pq n m Q f rtr tVa m II

lions that we will be giving them in this bill, what is the labor
unions doing about this privilege for the retired, or are thev

- w:.m,ut i cot ui me mil cricKus ana ranamanians in this
afe. -to hell with the letired Americans, the sooner they die
! better," as someone so aptly put It.
' ,i Union

The robbing hoods of the Teams Teamster,
ter, Teamster, never had rt so bad. The men
who have stolen from the poor to
make themselves rich have only
succeeded in making their union

the sole and prime target for spe
cial laws when Congresi recon
venes.

This legislation will be directed

at the trucking business alone just

as there are special statutes for

railroads and communications

Technicians of angered Senators

even now are sketching proposals
so tough that they can crack the

power of Jim Hona una in Dana
which thumbed noses at the White
House, the Secretary -of Labor, the

Senate, the public and the rest of

labor's national leadership.

The laws will be tough because
they will affect only the Teamsters
and will not restrict other unions.
Leading the angry men will be
Senator John McClellan who. in
the quiet of his Sabbath on Sun Sun-day,
day, Sun-day, Sept. 29, sat and pondered
grim documentary evidence that
fully 1,000,000 of the 1,500,000
Teamsters were not legally repre-

sented at the convention in Miami

Beach.
Tha senator, chairman of the
rackats butting committee, per personally
sonally personally sent telagrama to the
Taamttert' credential commit
tea,' Dava Back and all of the
Unlon'i vica prosictant meet meeting
ing meeting in Miami' Edan Roc Hotel.
San. McClanan know from the

mportt of hi invastigators, who
wore going over tha racords of
local after local in such cities at
Naw York, that no more than
25 percent of the da lag a ta ware
legally choten.
But the Senator's policy always

is to underplay his hand. He wir

ed the boys that his committee
had. .evidence available that at
least fifty percent were illegal del delegates.
egates. delegates. He kept secret the dis dispatch
patch dispatch of the wires.
Many hours later, the Senator
received replies to his invitation

to the officers to make themselves

familiar with the available evid

ente. There were two answers

One from Dave Beck. Another from

Chicago's Bill Lee. No other vice

president and no other credentials
committee official asked to see

the incriminating documents.

Then came McClellan' second

telegram. The Senator did not

make any of these public, it was

Dave Beck who did so in a lumb

ering display of frankness which

had the trademark of the "disin

formation" technique of a Soviet

Dronaeanda effort circa 1920. Frf

teen hundred delegates were seat

ed anyway though Senate probers

could find but a handful of pro

Hoffa locals from the Atlantic to

the Rockies which nad constitu

tionally elected reprsentatives

at the convention. ..

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--ReA Senrice, Inc

AMMAN, Jordan" This Is the

ancient city, against which King
David sent Uriah the Hittite into
battle after David saw. U r i a h's

beautiful wife iBath.heba washing

her nau on a rooftop.

Uriah was. killed hi battle. Da

vid's henchmen bought off part Qf

the Syrian army and the city of

Amman was captured, v
Out of the marriage between

David and Bathsheba was born

Solomon, but the Lord decreed

from that time on ''the sword
shall never depart from David's
house.", : ;
Though David has been dead
these many centuries the sword
has continued to hang over the
city of Amman. It has been a cen center
ter center of intrigue and vconquest.
Once it was taken by the Greeks

and renamed Philadelphia.
Later it was taken by the Ro Romans,
mans, Romans, then the Turks, v
More recently, it was ruled bv

the British through Glubb Pasha,
and today it's the Syrians, .once

bought off by David, who are

hack aeain trvinz to huv off tha

political leaders of Jordan.

John f oster uuues Has sent 50

jeeps with recoiiiess armor-pierc
ing guns to block the Syrians.

Today the little country of aor

dan is truly the center of more

international conspiracy than any

in the Wear .ast.
It is also a police state.
In driving from Amman to Je

richo. a distance similar to that

between Washington and B a 1 1 i-

more, l was stopped five times by
troops to show my passport, even
though I was in a United Nations
car. UN officials with me also

had to show their passports.

Walter Winchell In New York

It was no accident or1 beau

gosto by th methodical BIN Lee
which mowd him to ask McClel

lan for the committee' date. If
there it anything in this milieu

of our that it certain, ea th

sunrise and Jim Hoffa' errog-

tnct, it is that Bill Lee ha a

greed to lead a new Teamsters

Union nnder the AFL-CIO label.

Since Lee does not expect to fol

low Jim Hoffa out of the AFL-CIO,

he reportedly has asked a Chicago

building union for a membership
card, thus enabling him to con

tinue as president of the Chicago

Federation of Labor. I recall that

when John Lewis took the miners
out of the AFL. leaving coal mine

union member Bill Green as pres

ident of the AFL but with no union

membership card, Mr. Green got
himself a card in Jlmmie Petrillo's

Musicians Federation.

Insiders are interpreting Lee's

action as evidence that the AFL-

CIO will organize a rival Teams

ters Union to battle Hoffa's outfit.

A check of some of labor's na

tional chiefs backs this belief. Like
all of us who ride a swivel chair

and get most of our exercise wield

ing a swizzle stick, these labor

leaders have put on an extra pound
or two since they were out in the
field. But the fat is around the
girth and not the bead. These are

tough strategists.

They've taken on giants m their

time, not to mention John L.

Lewis. They are not going to per

mit Hoffa to operate without mov

ing in behind his lines and hitting
him on the flanks. The national
labor chiefs know that if they don't

aunch a new federation of teams

ters, Hoffa could fignt a one-front
war and pick on the AFL-CIO u-

mons. They plan to give him no
peace. Nor do they plan to leave
the honest Teamster officials and
the million-and-a-half rank-and-fil-

ers without a haven.

Obviously, the band of robbing

hoods who have seized part of the

Teamsters are not yet out of the

woods.

MAN ABOUT TOWN

Suzy Parker on Life's cover

keeps denying a marriage. Wasn't

sne wea 10 rierre xe oaue ui
France in '55?. .Ty Power's lat latest
est latest is a Frencharmer. She is Jean-

nine Bouquet, novelist. On the
Transatlantic Phones every mati matinee.
nee. matinee. .Judy Montague (Princess

Margaret's chum) reportedly con confided
fided confided that Adlai Stevenson was
her idea of a mate. .Dagmarj
will be home from -the hospital

some time soon. . .Latin Quar

ter beauty Leonore Harris and jet

nilot Stewart Bonnett of Dallas re

fuse to fasten their salety belts

, .Carol Douglas (of the aircraft

clan) and Chuck Whitehead, Jr

(an Arthur Murray tutor) same

thing. .The Robert Sylvesters

(Kv i Norton) are 4 inflV: .Actor

Miciajah Rennie and Lady Alyson
Kemp of Scotland are- what-ho'ing

.Fernanda Montel's nemarxa

ble Remark: "I always fall in

love with guys I don't like."

to a neighbor who critcized her
for hanging tha tribal wash in the

yard of her naw 6-car garage man.
ion: "If you don't liku tht tight
of it, I'll ba happy to buy your
property-"

The Steve Allen (Jayne Mea

dows) Image is due Nov. 13th. .
The ex-Mars. H. Belafonte is the

new society editor lor a Harlem
gr-ette. .Anne Walker, hatchick
at Monsignore, has a millionaire

rooter. .Sammy Davis, jr s na-

toneer (Morton Stevtns) and Ann
Lorraine (of Georgia) unite in a
fortnite. .Opera stars Robert Mer Merrill
rill Merrill and Roberta Peters, whose
marriage struck a discord, just

recorded the "Rigoletto" score in

perftct harmony. .Sloan Simp

son, former lirst lady of w e w

York City, is doing an unbilled

teevee commershill. .Jimmy Du

rante' Ho'wood pals will embrace
him aeain at Patsy D'Amore's po

pular Villa Capri to remind him

of their affection. .There is no

truth to the talk that Lee Morti

mer, who dates only beauties

from the slant-eyed set, brought

in that Asiatic flu.

and Bob Kelly are making it a weak. .Mr. Presley's snapper

namt. .mat Norwegian beaut a-

bout town (Bent Sandaas) appears
to have been lasso'd by Okalaho Okalaho-ma
ma Okalaho-ma rancher Donald Bach. . .The
Casanova's Virginia Craig and
Jim Ryan use pig-latin for their
baby talk. .The Broadway-bound

shows enjoying sugary advance
comment include: "West Side Sto Story,"
ry," Story," "Jamaica," Noel Coward's

"Nude With Violin," Anne Baxter
in 'Square Root of Wonderful"
and Nancy Walker in "Copper and

Brass". .Lena Home's big torch

tune in "Jamaica" is "Take It

Slow, Joe."

Vikki Dougan, who got national
pufflieity and publouteity wearing
frocks revealing her undraped low lower
er lower vertebrae, is on True't page t
where her derriere it turt to catch
cold. .- .The Socuritfe Exchange
Commission has a youthful produc producer
er producer en the carpet for tquandaring

com backers put up for e h o w
which never reached the rehearsal
hall. .Stane mgr. AHan Shayne
and Mary Fickett (ef Bing's "Man
On Fire") amicably cancelled

thalr J y.ar betrothal. .LeftUh

singer Paul Robeton told Ebony
mag that hi $104,000 per yar in income
come income (In 147) I now $40 per

Tb vaddy social Wm. C. T
Gaynors (her mater was a Van.

derbilt) decided not to divorce.

They will continue dwelling in sep

arate caves Lucille Ball is

shopping for a Broadway show

After the Ford series she and De De-si
si De-si will have some free time. She's

box office. .The John Mellins ex

peci ineir n image. Mr. M. is

prob ly New York's youngest

"important" minister. His church

is the First Presbytrian at 12th

Street and Fifth Ave. .The T;

Stones, he s the bridge game ex

pert, expect a little card. .Zieg .Zieg-feld
feld .Zieg-feld show-gel Barbara Hall, who

Won $64,000 from Revlon has been

won by Rod Strong, featured danc

er in "Mash and Gown". .Swing

btreet hears the bandleader re responsible
sponsible responsible for Dorothy Dandridge's
scandal mag pain has fled the
country. .Sign at Cherry Grove
on Fire Island; "Trespassers will
be violated?"

PLOT AGAINST KINO

The troops were looking for Sv

rian conspirators plotting against

King Hussein.
Twice before, an assattination
attempt almoat succeeded. Once
latt tpring, tha King had to dis dissolve
solve dissolve Parliament and put loyal
Bedouin leader in complete con control
trol control of his army.
At that firm, in front of the
Hotel -PhilacMphia where I live,
a row elf conspirators wa hang hanged
ed hanged each morning. Their bodies
were not cut down until noon.
The passing populace under-

stood. Things have been quieter

in Amman since.

Underneath the surface, howev

er, the situation is tense.
Seven tents of Bedouin troops
camp outside the American Em Embassy,
bassy, Embassy, guarding it day and night.
The Embassy is surrounded by a
high brick wall. Its door is pro protected
tected protected by steel bars, as a peniten penitentiary.
tiary. penitentiary. In front Of the U.S. Information

office a few days ago a bomb ex exploded.
ploded. exploded. Another went off next
night in front of the Turkish Em

bassy, also against Syria and the

Russians.

Later, a .cache of Czechoslovak
arms' was found in the Jordanian

village of Ramtha, near the Sy
rian border.
Syria has an arm agreement'
with Communiit Czechodovakia,
similar to that negotiated by
Col. Naer of Egypt. Obviously
the arm wer smuggled from
Syrie at a plot against King
Hussein.
In brief, Amman is not a hap happy
py happy place in which to live, especial especially
ly especially for the King.

As you fly from Beirut to Am Amman
man Amman you wonder why Syria or Da David
vid David or anyone else should cow
w. ; :m-m
Flying in a ricketyArab plane

which gives the impression of be
ing held together by baling wire,
you look down on vast stretches
of desert. Here and there t h i n
trails are sketched in 4he sand,
caravan trails leading from Da Damascus
mascus Damascus into Jardau.
NOn the hilltops are stone walls.

carefully constructed through the

centuries, some of them used at

reservoirs to store water tn the

rainy season, some as corrals for
sheep. ' i
As you fly south, you see an oc occasional
casional occasional strip of green., emerald

proof of what irrigation will do to
this rich, arid soil.

Finally you burst out on a green
oasis, a river with a city built a
round it on seven hillo the anci ancient
ent ancient city of Amman, once Philadel Philadelphia.
phia. Philadelphia. V"
' Distances are short in the Near

. East. The whole trip from Beirut,

Lieoanon, to Amman takes 'tne
same amount of time as it does
to fly from New York to Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. v-' : ,'.-,.i-y--
Only you must add 30 minutes
for examining passports and se security
curity security checks in Amman's new
modern airterminal more1 mod
em than New York's to get in.
WHY THEY WANT JORDAN
When you study the map of the
Near East, however, and k bV'o w
something of Its history you un understand
derstand understand why Jordan is the' most
coveted of Arab states.
When in Damascus., Can. Affif
Bizri, military strong man of
.Syria, told me; "Syria and .E-.
gypt will unite much quickor
than you think."
This it the official police ef
Syria union with Egypt at e
ttep toward a union of all the
Arab ttatet.
Union, however, is difficult when

two nations have no common bor

ders, are separated by sea and
desert.

The onlv wav Eevot and Svria

could achieve a common border

is by annexing Jordan, which ex extends
tends extends from Syria in the north to

the Gulf of Aqaha in the south.

I rue, a thin finger of Israel

lies between Jordan and Egypt at

jMatn, neaa or tne uuu.
But this thin strip of Israel is
recognized by neither Egypt nor
Syria and almost certainly would
be an object of attack if Syria
swallowed Jordan.
In fact, Syria has an "ancient
claim that her borders extend all
the way to El Arish on the Egyptian-Israeli
border.
That therefore, lr one kny te

tne importance of Jordan.
It't also the key to the en enforceability
forceability enforceability of the Eisenhower
Doctrine. For If Egypt and Sy-
ria do move against Jordan it
will be! by eub,verion inslda th
ee-untry-i-ne-t cowrrad by the Ike-
Doctrine but just as dangereue
to American interest, te Mrael
end the olMeh Arabian penin penin-,
, penin-, tula.
' This showdown is almost sure
to come, and with it will come a
real showdown for President Ei Eisenhower.
senhower. Eisenhower. This showdown will mean life of

death to young King Hussein, the
chief friend of the West in this
desert kingdom.

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Ed Wynn's touching final speech

m his TV "Command Appearance

was written by Paddy Chayefsky

.Dotty Mak. Pretty TV impres

sionist from Cincv, is seeing our

town with Robert Ritchie, Man-A-

bout-El Morocco. .'.'Bells are
Ringing" dancer Marsha Rivers

cancelled out all swains mention

ed with her m items. She will wed

Chuck Paris, Florida hotel exec.

.Park Avenue tch-tchat insists

Elizabeth Guest and jazzician Ed

dy Concon are un-huhneys. .

Band leader Lester Lanin has tnat

glazed look because of Countess

Nerotti. JBroadwayites are buzz-'

mg about the odd-title of Rodgers
and Hammerstein's next musical
show: "The Flower Drum Song.
. .Prob'ly about some pansy and
a bongo player.

Mr. C.'V. Whitney alto wants
the fmily mention at Wettbury,
L. I. (at pert eft he Setttomeftt)
before he can wad Mary Heaford
. .The Bobby Sherwooda stifled
untrumert et Town House the eth ether
er ether henbVhotding time. .When aa
alcoholic eays he's "off the sauce"
he meant he't ea tht wageaw

Talk about come-down s, Hewerd

Miller ("Club 40" m.e.) sterted
hi broadcasting carear as the
owner ef a radio ttatian In Glaat-

burt. III. .Rabin Raymond, u-

tweliy rh naughty blonde Im the
movies, wa gifted with a Mack

Mercedet by her frrmd Tammy

Cochran. It blend with her heeey
hair. .Hare' e w i t c hi The

Stagehand Union Provident wet
rushed te Maditen Ava. Hospital
after being cenk'd by a felting pipe
at the Leegacre Story" were ta

the chorus e few seaten ate.

UN Ambassador Lodge's lovely
mage Lily and actor Howard

Morton are not a Platonic Vien

nese Lantern date. Beeg Romance.

.connit Moore's sister Betty,

So In love with our

Diamonds,
she wants them
by the setl

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RIGHT!

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1. The supply of fin Diamonds is almost
sufficient to satisfy the demand. There is never
a surplus of these treasures of the earth. Gem
Diamonds are actually rarities. Ten tons of
Diamond or yield LESS THAN ONE-HALF
CARAT of gem-quality stone.
2. A Diamond's permanence makes quick
selling unnecessary. Diamonds do not deterior deteriorate,
ate, deteriorate, do not wear out, do not depend on seasonal
purchasing. Always and ever they are desired
and desirable.

3. Diamond miners, cutters, and importers
permit prices to fluctuate only 'within narrow
limits. This makes the Diamond market com
pletely non-speculative. You ar assured that
the Diamond you buy now will be available a
century from now. mmbr of all the types
of personal adornment offered to you. Diamonds
.may be re-sold for the highest percentage of
your orginal Investment.
4. Rare at the Diamonds themselves is the man with
knowledge, skill, and art to cut and -polish them. Such men
spend their lives making rough, stones into flashing brilliants
and naturally their services are costly. Then, too, Diamonds
can be cut only with other Diamonds themselves expensive.
A reputable jeweler has no such thing as a salo-priced
Diamond and these facts explain precisely why. W pries
our Diamonds fairly and ehoos them fer th finest In color,
cut, clarity because we know Diamonds. Th vsJu of ach
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MONDAY. OCTOBER 7, 1951 ?'
Cabinet
Will Hear Report
On Finance Talks

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By OSWALD JACOBY ;
Written for NEA Service

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T.nNDftN not. 7 HIP'! Oianpe!-

Inr nf thp Rxphpniu-r Pitir Thor-

neycroft will report to the Cabinet

today or tomorrow on ms recent
talks with Commonwealth finance

ministers in Canada, it was learn learned
ed learned today.

Thomeycroft, arrive'! home at-
iirrlnv from mpptinca with Cana

dian government officials in Ot

tawa, the Commonwealth financial
conference at Mont Tremblant,
Oiiohpp gnrl thp YVnrM Rank and

International Monetary Fund meet

ings in Washington.
Yesterday he met with Premier
HarnM Mapmillan In rpvipw his

talks and nartirularlv on the sue.

cess ot me uommonweaun meet meeting,
ing, meeting, He will brief the rest of the
Cabinet either later today or to

morrow.

, :- f tup Tiailroad Division, presents retirement certificates ;to
GEORGE M. SMITH, manag er .ofe0f X retired from service at the end of September.
Vtf' ifM brakeman; Joseph Roberts, employe
From' left to right jwe rtHg5anama Railroad trackman; and Smith. The
in the 'Car apartment, Robert BUgun, Terminal Bulldlng

ceremony iouk yiovc u - .

Three Longtime Railroaders Retire

Three Railroad Division em employes,
ployes, employes, who between them have
a total of 137 years of residence
on the isthmus, retired from ca canal
nal canal service at the end of Sep September
tember September and received retirement
certificates from George M.
Smith, manager of the Railroad
Division.
They are Robert Higgmson,
trackman; .Cephas Hall, brake brake-man;
man; brake-man; and Joseph Roberts, an
employe in the Car Department.
All three retiring employes ar arrived
rived arrived in the Canal Zone during
construction days and have serv service
ice service with the Isthmian Canal
Commission.
Although their service is bro bro-ihpir
ihpir bro-ihpir ha hppn pmnloved bv

tho canal oreanization during

m fVia vcar fnllnwine the

JilUOll VI J

opening of the Panama uutu.

North and South have a Uy Uy-down
down Uy-down for six diamonds and I
cimnncp then chnillrl hAV6 found

some way to get to that contract

although it is nara to bcc UUr,
As it was they arrived at five
a t wdas t.npw arrived at five

spades and should have beer

beaten a trick. East won me
nnpninor hpnrt. lpad with the king

and should have shifted to the

queen of clubs. His partner naa

raised hearts twice ana surc
hiH fnnp hpart.s Hence, the on

ly chance for further- defensive

tricks would be in ciuds.
If East had shifted to the
pinh smith would ha've won the

t.rlrlf and drawn trumDS. He

SCALES OF JUSTICE

. v
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UP)-Robert
Lee Park, 432 pound estranged
husband of a striDtcase artist.

was held todav on charges of

passing three phony checks be-

)ening OI toe rauaina vm. passing mree pnony cnecKs De De-uinirinmn
uinirinmn De-uinirinmn tiraa horn in .Tamal- rtmsp "it's inst tnn mnrh pvprtinn

ca and arrived here in 1911. He. to work." Police said Park, 32, of

began his service on tne rana-&an Antonio, rex., is wantea in
ma Railroad and has been a eight other cities on bad check
trackmanjwith that unit for the charges. Officers said they had to
past 15 years. Ife plans to return weight the suspect on cotton
to Jamaica after his retirement.jscales because police scales didn't
wan hail from Barbados and go high enough.

has been here since mownen
he began Working for the Pa' a a-ma
ma a-ma Railroad.
Roberts, also a Barbadian, be began
gan began his employment In 1913 with
the former Construction Quar Quartermaster
termaster Quartermaster and has been in the
Panama Railroad Car Depart Department
ment Department since 1935.
Both Hall and Roberts plan to
make their home in Panama.

1

No Treasure Found

In Excavations

Al Tower of London

LONDON, Oct. 7 (UP) Exca Excavations
vations Excavations at the Tower of London
which began last May have been
completed with no sign of bu buried
ried buried treasure believed hidden
there.
As a result nf thp pypavalinns

at the Bover House in the Govern Governor's
or's Governor's residence and the 12th Centu

ry bell tower the fine vaulted
phnmhpr nf thp npll tnui'pr ran hp

reinstated as it was in mediaval
times, it was announced today.
The Ministry of Works said the

arpjifi pYn nrpn rmnpinprl with

those various people had maintain-

PFC. AD EL W. SINGER of the 38th AAA (RCAT) Detachment, receives the Bronze Star
Medal for Valpr from Col. Walter L. Killlilae, commanding officer of the 65th AAA Group,
at a recent ceremony held at Fort Davis. The Bronze Star was presented to Singer for "ex-
emplary action in combat against an armed enemy" during World War II in the Aleutian
Islands Campaign. At the extreme left is Lt. Col. Alvle L. McDuff, commanding officer of
the 764th AAA Battalion. Next to Singer are CWO Lee I. Douglas of the 60th Army Band
and MSgt. Welter A. Borkowski of the 219 th Ordnance Detachment, who were awarded ?
Commendation Ribbons with Metal pendantj at the same ceremony. ( U.S. ?Army Photo)

SECRETARIES SPECIALIZE
CHICAGO (UP) A two-day
"Secretaries Institute" is designed

to help the girls develop them themselves
selves themselves "above and beyond basic
stenographic skills." The curricu

lum includes a siuay ot oirice gossip.

trick and drawn trumps. Me d t be thermost likel hiding
would then have gone i alter the of
omnnH suit. Since KaSt nCiU t..i ii ... n

. : ..,, v,o "ul mere was no trace oi u
three diamonds to the jack, ne Nof wgs apparent hlding plaC)
would have had to lead out ; zl 1

aummys ace, Ring iuc"" , .
... j iu. i. nina onH nnrl Yi p wis olprr. tn tnp nantrpr

tie couiu uiup uic wu, 1 Z ., ---o-..

eight from his own hand but

v, .iv.cnnt mniH t.ii hlock the diamond on the second heart.

suit and eventually he would Now East shifted to a club bu

, j
va vp tst lnsp two rlllh triCKS.

As it happened East tried to
cash his ace of hearts. If South
had ruffed he would have wound
,kh thp hinrkpd diamonds

suit anyway but South knew a-

bout blocking ano unDiocKing

vit. ..'

MiMO Of US Farms
Jump To New Record High

WASHINGTON, Oct. T (UP)
The market value of the nation s
farms jumped eight per cent to 'a
new record high of $112,400,000,000
in the year ended last July 1, the

Agriculture Department repuncu
today. A
The value was expected to be
even greater for the late summer
and early fall months, the depart department
ment department added in a farm real estate
report. ,.
The eight per cent clrmb was
the largest annual increase since
the year ended' in mid-1951. Farm
values increased by two per cent
mnr in 47 states, with the

sharpest advances averaging 12

per cent reported in the soutn soutn-e
e soutn-e a stern states.
Farm land and building values
Increased by three per cent be-
loct Varoh 1 and .Tlllv 1. the

report noted. This brought the Ju-

ly 1 index oi value per acre m ui
per cent of the 1947-49 average.
The report said the strength in
M n.li.n. .r40 Ana tn

Generally favorable crop pros

pects as oi mm-isoi.
Pressures to .enlarge existing

STILL A MYSTERY
CLEVELAND (UP)' The smeP
of fermenting corn mash brought
police to a house where they
found four 55 -- gallon drums of
mash and another cooking on a
gas burner while Wilson Walls.
39, slept in a front room. Asked
about the still, Walls exclaimed:
"How did that stuff ever get
here?"

farms. ;
Increased demand for poor
quality land in some areas. Farm Farmers
ers Farmers and non-farmers want such
land to "deposit" in the soil bank
rnnoprvatinn reserve.

The "continued Jiigh level" of
non-farm business activity, which
has added to the demand for farm farmland
land farmland to be used as residential or
industrial property. X
Only 1 Infant Lef
Of Quintuplets Born

To French Couple

TOULON, France, Oct. 7 (UP)
Death cladnled a fourth Chris Chris-tofle
tofle Chris-tofle quintuplet today leaving only
one infant still alive.
Officials at Foch hospital aid
Roland, one of the two boys and
three girls born last Wednesday
to Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Chris Chris-tofle,
tofle, Chris-tofle, died at 3 a.m.
A brother and two sisters died
within 16 hours of the birth, which
was three months premature.
Doctors sard the surviving girl,
Michele, is in "satisfactory condi condition"
tion" condition" but they expressed doubt she
would Survive.
sha hax hppn piven onlv tiny

injections of sugared water for

food and has been Kept m an in

cubator with doctors and -nurses
in constant attendance.

' s ,i it

t
it t if m r.a

. Tbe ins:.!e s'sr he fsst ris arl bard fall f ne f
Vh3 rres ; oX t i i. y k d. Laar i O'Cscior hilarieus
?ti next TE "Rj U A7 AT T!IE LUX, Hhe irreat production
, W"THE BUSTER KEATON STOK."
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You will receive a ticket for eTery $5.60 purchased
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with the National Lottery of December 22,. 1957.

No. I Via Espafia
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revealed, although there were
signs of earlier random digging in
the foundations.
Some of the diggings contained
19th Century material, the an announcement
nouncement announcement said.

the boat had sailed.

South took his ace, drew
trumps and was now abl to
make all five of dummy's dia diamonds.
monds. diamonds. This allowed him to dis-'
card both his losing clubs and
make his contract.

Delicious
CHINESE DISHES
at the
ALOHA CLUB
Now under
new administration
Across from the
"El Panama" Hotel
TAVIN ISAZA
Manager

r lyywj U
miss m'S andtigUr. I
c)ormi.t F
I FREE on9U 'MlVV

xfYour gift says so much,

if it is an exclusive creation by

:tJdeger

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In the lelitnde of SwittetlAnd'i Jota ViDey,
watchmakine remains to this day in ait rather than aa

industry. Leading practitioner! of tho jl

Vailef ( art are Jaeger-LeCoultre, in whoae famous
workshops originate some of the world's most beautiful

and original precision timepieces, j.
It is for this reason that Tour gift of l. (

atgct-LeCoultrr; Vatch or table clock (ays so much
so much about your discernment and your

affection for him ot her who over th
years will treasure the faithful services of a
Jaeger-LeCoultre timekeeper. What finer way to
show how much yoa cue I

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1951
I and Otli
Be
134,
AT THE PRESIDENT REMOff RACETRACK
erwi6e
ocia
Virginia Inn Will Serve
Famed dishes To Queen
By Staffs
anama
miff U MfiwJ If ItlfLitM w Pnm 2-0740 2-0741 Ltlmttm 9:00 10 m.m. mff.
By CAYNOR MADOOX
NIA Food and Markets fdlter

4

MSGR. PAUL BERNIER TO BE HONORED
BY MEMBERS OF THE DIPLOMATIC CORPS
V Members of the diplomatic corps in Panama and their
i wives will offer farewell banquet at the Union Club on
Wednesday, October 16, in honor of Msfr. Paul Bernier,
. Aostolic Nuncio, who is beinj- transferred to Canada after
nine years in the Republic of Panama. Msfr. Bernier will
he lwn traditional allver tray by his colleague.
" Ii his new post, Msfr. Bernier will be Archbishop of

, ; Gaspe, province of Quebec.

Columbus Boys' Choir
Coneort On Wednesday
WHnfsdav evening at 8:15

11,- N.tinnil Theater local music

lover will have the opportunity

invited to attend.

in

Card Croup To Hava
Bi-Monthly Meeting
Ihlv meeting of the

Jovers n vt 7 Balboa Wom-

enVciub will be held. Thursday
chiming and.ried program iv( at 12:30 at the Foil Amador Off. Off.-cludinf
cludinf Off.-cludinf Menotti's "Amahl and the cers' Open Mess.
Nilfct Visitors Mozart's "Bastien! Members who wish i to attend
and BasUenne and a wife selec-' may call one o the hostesses be be-fi
fi be-fi Of 15 "by Handel. Litli. Pa-j fore Wednesday. Mrs. Elsa Tamm
ltrina, Brittei, Schumann, Foss, may he reached at Panama 3-534
"n Thomson. and Mrs. Lo.s Van Hon, at Bal-
American folk songs. Negro spir- boa 3308.
ituali, and a Mass by the Choir's
director, Donald Bryant, will round Halloween Party
nn th m-o?ram Planned At Ft. GirficK
Tb cKbuT' Boys' Choir is' The Fort Gulirk NCO Wive.

traveling under the sponsorship held their mommy meeting
f the State Department, with the Tuesday in the Fiesta room of the
fcupport of President Eisenhower's NCO Club, with Mr Clara Hoi Hoi-tund
tund Hoi-tund for international c u 1 1 u r a 1: lenbaugh Presiding A Hoween
"'presentation, and the local conceit! party for the children of he mem mem-At
At mem-At under the management of the; hers was planned for Oct. 26 at 1
Daniel Society. IP. The Welcome and Farewell
Members of the choir range in coffee will be Nov. 13 at 9:30 a.m
from 11 to 14 years and in- and the children's Christmas par-

clude 16 sopranos tnd 10 altos, ty will be held on Dec. 14

Traveling with the group are
.teachers from the Columbus Boys'
'Choir School in Princeton, New
Jersey, and four adults from the
,if ttr a. : . I : '". hni'i main.

tarn a regular class-work sched-

Jule throughout tneir iraveis.
Tickets are on sale at the De
jertment of Fine Arts. Tel. 2-0258,
and at the National Theater, Tel.
2-2302, at $1.50 $1, and 75 cents.
Robokab Club Holds
Charity Card Party
The annual charity card party
bf the Rebekah Club will be held
; this Friday evening at 7:30 in the
J-Vir Memorial Building 806 Bal Bal-.
. Bal-. 'boa Road,
i Sandwiches, coffee, and dessert
will be served. There will be ma many
ny many attractive table and door priz-

Mrs. Audrey Barsi, and Mrs. Cla Clara
ra Clara Hollenbaugh.
.
Redman Distaff Croup
Opens Nw Nursery
Officers of the Hodman Zone
Distaff organization last week ded dedicated
icated dedicated their new nursery in the
upstairs of the Cocoli clubhouse,
with Comm. D. B. McCauley,
Commanding Officer, Rodman, Na Naval
val Naval Station, on han'l to cut' the
ribbon for the opening ceremony.
The nursery, a clieerfuj.- and
well-equipped play and rest room
for the pre-school children of moth mothers
ers mothers attending First Aid classes,

represents many hours of 'work
and effort on the part of the Di Di-stafl
stafl Di-stafl ladies, who conducted raffles
and cake sales to raise iunds for
the oroiect. and reclaimed and re

painted furniture, cleaned and
uaveH "flnnr srrnhhfH Tlii ffoftnr.

ated walls, and made slip covers
to make the nursery an attractive

ana comiortahie place, it is e
nninned with new tnvn chpets. flic

posable diapers, Kleenex, baby oil
and powder, and paper cups, all

sulied by the Distaff organiza
tion.

Nineteen tots were on hand for

tne opening day oi me ceremony.
Child care is supplied by volun volunteer
teer volunteer members of the organization,
under the leadership of Mrs. Ab Ab-bie
bie Ab-bie Fitzgerald, Child Care supervisor.

New jupmtrers ind euests were

i i r T O i

introduced Dy mis. liuuim: -omi-derson.
New member? are Mrs.
Lorraine Dustin, Mrs. Webster,
Mrs. Isabellita Santos, and Mrs.
Helen Curran. Mrs. Kelly, Mrs.
Annetta Salmon and Mrs. Sylvia
Brittle were guests.
Members present were Mei Mei-dames
dames Mei-dames Clara Hollenbaugh. Conme
Hoskin?, Gilberta Brown, Rita Go Gomez,
mez, Gomez, Louise Sanderson. Betty
Townsend, Frances Gilbert, Irm Irm-gard
gard Irm-gard Morrison, Viola Hirn, Hester
Hartley, Ruth Criss, Audrev Barsi,
rtelnret Purr. Barbara Krieger,

Jackie Iszard, Nora Perry. Nancy

Johnson, Vivian Kaipn, rra"ces
Berser. Nancy Williams, and 1-

rene Place.

The White Elephant was won

by Mrs. Nancy Johnson. Refresh-

man I wprp KPrVPfl OV lVUa. Vlll-

?, Tiekets art $1 and the public is berta Brown, Mrs. Viola H I r n,

LORD DELICIOUS
and bis Con junto
PANA-TRINJDAD i j
Nifhtly to the
Bells Vista Room
at 8:30 and 10:30 p.m.
1 Panama
A Klrkeby Hotel

Pacific Navy Wives
To Hear Misi 0dn
Miss Claire Ogden oft he Bella
Vista Children's Home will be
guest speaker at the Pacific Na Navy
vy Navy Wives' Club meeting tonight
at 7:30 in the clubroom of the Co Cocoli
coli Cocoli clubhouse.

(CONTINUED cm PAGE 5)

JJomemaii

king

Ti2j Purer
Finer

lO3- Richer

'

10 mt i

Fresh

as all

Outdoors

COCKTAILS

MANHATTAN
M COINTILAU
14 WMaty

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C0IKTIEAI COCKTAIL I SKY-SCRAPER

14 COINTttAU I 14 COMTMAU

17 Cnw Sr I l4 Cto

14 Uaa Mn I 14 V.

Ml Cmc Srar4y
lS Owrnr tr4r
DAIQUIRI
I CCMNTilAU

WHITE LADY
lS COWffHAW
III law Mn
lS Cm
rUTMOM.IlOWl
I mm CO4TMAU
I MM tmm
lr 9mmtm Vm4 0m
mm mii irack4 rtnm
mm ttumt nM imt.

IN SUMMER: am mmtu l.ni

I mm l Ik tawiMMl S ttptm pm.

DUtrikmters: CIA. Cl'RMOS, B. A.
FAMAUA COLON

RYE Mujntaire
I COINTtlAU
1

Shaka wO with ccm4 W.
IN WINTER:
tm ( ceiNnuu

A nnrQprv tin m attp, hnw am oil

calls for easy-to-care-for materials!
Washahlp srattpr nips fiypH r

they won't slip, and a pretty lino

..... i v liiv llwi uilgllL.
Vinyls and other plastics that take
rugged use, much cleaning and
won't harm Baby also are good it
4 1 .

cms iu use in a uuiseryy.

PreservinC Ittemnla nf ntu mr

tlstl in the fimilv i wnrih'whilA

Chalk drawings by youngsters, for
example, can be preserved and

mounted to.; decorate the home
Tin at i hot rlftnitnif l.rtlnT- ...

vsiw ui. st rri n1'i.y ''uU CUV
er it with a thinned coat of ahei ahei-lac.
lac. ahei-lac. This also will stiffen the draw

ing paper and make it -easier to

mount.

Siena from old tnna railrnat

tions or theaters make intriguing

uecorauons ior a aen or recreation
room. Most of them will need clean

ing for full effect. After -cleaning

preserve a sign s oin look with a
coat of white shellac. This also will
protect its surface from further
damage.
Frilly christening gowns fr Ba Baby
by Baby now can be worn for extra
special dress occasions, too. Em Embroidery
broidery Embroidery and' permanent accor accordion
dion accordion pleats present little trpuble
in laundeinf sine) th ntnnu -.

nylon instead of traditional h.er

cotton. Hand washing and drip

oryiug Keep a gown fresh with

utile euort.
Snmatimaa oIiia lan't f,n., ...u

felu, im v 1 11 U V W1ICI1
you need it. For instance, t h e

learner or other protective mate material
rial material on a camera may heeome
loose. When this hapepns, cement
it with shellac. Apply it to the
hack of the material, press it tight tightly
ly tightly into place and hold for a little
bit.

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PICKING THE WINNER Mr. Ross Barret, Mr. Paul Onesk and Mr. William E. Trigg
study the program to try to pick out the winner during the races yesterday afternoon at
the President Kemon Racetrack. V

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BEFORE THK RACE Miss Vllma Del Talle, Miss Maflelta Orillac and Miss
MAMA A 4 1. A 1.

va mi mi jiuviugijucr uciuie mo races.

Mariela

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Democrats Desert
Reciprocal Trade

Solon Reports
! WASHINGTON, Oct. 6 (UP)
Ren. Frank Thorn Dson f D N.T

!said today the reciprocal trade EXPLANATION Mr. Alfonso Tirado explains the races to little Elier Londono while Miss

program "faces real trouble"
when it comes up for renews! in

; Congress next year.
i

I He pointed out in a statement
reviewing the record of the 1957
session of Congress that the trade

agreement law expires next year

I "This program faces real trou trouble,
ble, trouble, for the number of its oppon

ents increases wuh each Con

Kress," Thompson Jd. "southern

Democrats, who were internation

alists in past year j, have changed

their views and most of them may
now be expected to join conserva conservative
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Elisa Tirado and Miss Elsie Ochoa look on.

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QUEEN ELIZABETH of England will be seryed tMs hptceT
.hrlmp circle en J,er visit to Wilflamsburr Inn, Vh$SEi.

IN October, when Queen Eliza

beth of England visits historic Wil Williamsburg,
liamsburg, Williamsburg, Va., she and her en entourage
tourage entourage will occupy 40 rooms in

the stately Williamsburg Inn. Here

is a seafood dish, one of the re restored
stored restored 18th century inn's most po

pular, she will be served.

Seafood Williamsburg ( servings)

One-half pound butter, 2 table

spoons flour, 1 pint milk, 1 pint

oysters. 1 (6tt-ounce) can crab

meat. Vi -pound cooked, shelled

shrimp, V teaspoon paprika, Vi

cup sherry or sherry flavoring to
taste, or Vi cup water with juice

of V2 lemon.

Place half of butter in double

hoiler. Add flour and blend well.

Add milk and stir mixture until

thick. Remove from fire. Place
remainder of butter in a sauce

pan and allow to become v e r j
hot. Add seafood and saute 5 min minutes.
utes. minutes. Add white sauce and sherry
or lemon water.
Members of the royal party wil'
look in at the authentic homesDun
Coffee House, too, where pewter
and brass lamps with hurricane
shades contrast with the crystal

chandeliers of the inn. They will
find this recipe on the menu:
Hot Spiced Shrimp Casserele
(4 servings)

One and one-half tablespoons but butter
ter butter or margarine, V4 Cup finely
chopped onion, 1 cups canned
tomatoes, V4 cup chopped green
pepper, 1-3 cup crumbled salted
crackers, 1 teaspoon salt,
teaspoon pepper, dash hot pepper
sauce, V4 teasoon nutmeg, Vi tea
soon thyme, V teaspoon mace, 1
pound raw shrimp, shelled and
deveined, 2 hard-couked eggs,
chopped.
Saute onion in butter or marga margarine
rine margarine until amber in color, put not
brown. Add tomatoes, green pep pepper,
per, pepper, crackers and seasonings. Sim Simmer
mer Simmer for 15 minutes, stirring fre frequently.
quently. frequently. Add shrimp to sauce and
simmer 3 minutes. Add half of the
chopped egg. Spoon into 1
quart casserole. Bake in a mod moderate
erate moderate over (350 degrees F.) for 15
minutes. Sprinkle with remainder

of egg and garnish with nar-

sley before serving.

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delightful Sunday Brunch Dance. Also Lucho and his
Conjunto now play one night weekly In the Bella Vista
Room, where you. can enjoy an evening of dancing to
Lucao's toe-tapping tunes.
If you- know his music, youH be glad we reminded you
about that Lucho night v i ..

This week It is tomorrow' night.

Enjoy yourself
It's cheaper than yon think at-

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Civil Ceremony Unites
Mitt Fisher, Mr.

nl!i VtfT? Parker, son of

oriuo t7" Mrw Parker of Co Co-Mr;
Mr; Co-Mr; and Mrs. N. .& pKe r
Ion Friday tAp m. 'X E I P.
ny performed bytJudSercE- 1
Tateiman in his chambers.
attendant, and Mr. Robert rar
ker, brother of th groom,-, was
memony vvas .tilled by
the parents of the
t? Ti..bi. -Master Billy Far

rrv.nd"kr.. Harvey Safcter,
and MJs. Betty Sutton.
A3 jWy friend
pie attended a recent on in their
fionor held, at the Cristobal : Gun
C1-' 4-4 Mr. Parker will make

.ii- in Marcanta after a

III CI A iwv
short twig to Santa Clara.
AF6KSOtlbratj
Anniversary Wednesday
Lodge No. 1 of the American

Federation of Government Em Employes
ployes Employes will celebrate its 25th anni anniversary
versary anniversary on Wednesday. The occa occasion
sion occasion will be marked by a. buffet,
dinner in the Fern Room of the
tivoli Guest House, commencing

at 7 p.m

Here are Questions Men
Just Can t Get Answered

WHY is it

That the most honest of women

if put to the job of appointing

Th mtinB Hate has hpm tnov-' committee cnairmen lur u uim-

av ----- --- itill nmm lea oan ner

week because Oct. V1", """ 7." f.T.

Syria Accepts Red
Offer To Build
Base Near Latakia
DAMASCUS, Syria, Oct. 7 (UP)
JSyria has accepted a Russian of offer
fer offer to build a Mediterranean nav naval
al naval base at Ain el BadU, north of
the port of Latakia, vvell-'nfcm.ed

sources saia loaay.
Thev said Russian Admiral I.

Kutov, commander of the Soviet
fleet units which recently visited
Latakia, negotiated the details of
h agreement durine a visit to

Damascus.
Reports from Aiti el Badia said
liKaw arth-breakin2 machinery

already was enfiaeed in road

building and other construction
activities in the area.
The sources said they believed
Syria's army chief Gen. Afif el
Bizri had forced the government
to accept the Russians' condition
that Soviet fleet units be allowed
to use the base both during v,ar
and peacetime.
STUDY UP IN THE AIR
LIMA,' Peru (UP) A party of
physicians and scientists from
Yale, Harvard and Johns Hopkins
universities will come to Peru
next year to undertake a study of
pregnancy at high altitudes, it
was reoprted today. Dr. Donald
Barrow, a physiologist from; Yale,
it here now making arrangements
for the visit; Hi AM Tnf study
will include examination of the ef effects
fects effects of extreme high altitude in
the towering Andes Mountains on
both human and animal subjects.

eri u n one

enincides exactly with the date

On which Lodge No. 14 was char

tered 25 vears a co. Membens of

the Lodge and their puests are in in-vitorl
vitorl in-vitorl tn attend and take Dart in

helping to celebratet he Silver" Ju

bilee.

Stevens Starting

New Adventure
Series AtY'

Elmer Stevens, Chief of the
Structural Branch of the. Canal
Zone Engineering Division will o o-ptn
ptn o-ptn the new "Outdoor Adventure"
series at the Balboa Armed Serv Services
ices Services YMCA-USO tomorrow at 7:30
p.m.
Stevens has been chairman of
this series throughout a total of 32
tectures. Subjects have covered
manv spientific and outdoor as-

Dects of Panama and the Canal

Zone.
His travels throughout this a

rea and his familiarity with' the

lnral eeoeraohv. people and cus

toms. promise to make his sub

test "Panama Panorama" special

lv, interestine. The subtitle of his

lecture is "From Costa Rica to

Colombia."

The series is composed of eight

lectures to be held on Tuesday

evenings at the "Y" and is open

to the public without charge.
t
Miss I. Proverbs
Of Salvation Army
Leaving For Study

Miss Inez Proverbs the eldest
dauehter of Mr. and Mrs. Archi-

fbold M. Proverbs of Paraiso will

leave for Kingston, Jamaica the
latter Part of this month to enter

the Salvation Army School for Of

ficers' Training which opens its

new session Oct. 21.

This is the first candidate for

officership from the Parniso Corps
the youngest Salvation Army cen center
ter center on the Isthmus.
The last candidate went to Kings
ton more than ten years ago from

one of the Canal Zone Salvation
Army centers of the Panama sec section.
tion. section. Afl official 'farewell Sunday us

ing the Salvation Army termino terminology,
logy, terminology, has been announced for Oct

2ff when the" ietionaT "officers-

Ma, and Airs. Jonn A.e sunaoerg,
will conduct the morning and the
evening services at Paraiso Corps
assisted by the officers.

enn she is trvine to talk into tak

In? a hard iob thai it won't be

"anv trouble at all"?

That the woman with the most

clothes in her closet is the wom woman
an woman who is always telling her hus husband,
band, husband, "I haven't a thing to wear '?
That a woman enn convince her herself
self herself she heeds almost anything
she sees in a store il the price
tag shows the price has been cut
in half? ;
That the poor housekeeper usual
ly assumes that her house is more
livable than a house that is kept
in apple pie order? :, 4.
That so many women think that
being married to a man give!
thenT the right to correct any
statement he makes?

ENERGETIC?

THAT SO
hold down a

many women can
full-time job and do

Luisa Reynolds,

Juan Mosley Win
Royal Contest

Luisa Reynolds, representing
the Knights of St. Paul, and
Juan Mosley, for the Woman s

Auxiliary Group No. 1, were de declared
clared declared winners of a king and
queen contest, sponsored by St.
Paul's Church. Friday nigM fol following
lowing following the tally of votes cast for

12 contestants.
' After their coronation on Fri Friday,
day, Friday, Oct. 18, King Juan and
Queen Luisa will reign over the
church's Fiesta 1957.
Runners-up In the- Queen
contest were: Girls, Leonora
Greenidge, Gladys Savage, Leo

nora Junier, Baroara Brown

and Lastenia Lavalas.
Ronaldo Hurley, Joaquin

Stamp, Luis Francis, Frank Da Davis,
vis, Davis, and Alfonso Frazer, were the

'also-rans" in the King contest.

the housekeeping too, while most
men come home from a day s
work too exhausted no do any anything
thing anything but sprawl in front of the
TV set?
That a woman who looks posi positively
tively positively bountiful when dressed for
a party will let herself be seen at
thn cMpTrnarkef in cin cirls a1'
shorts tht loudly proclaim she
would look better in a dress?
That women find it so difficult
o turn Howir an invitation they
kno' promises only a dull eve evening?
ning? evening? That so manv women save their
-sweetest tones for stra"""?

Kt whenever thev are talking to

members of the family?
Tht a woman can have sueh r
fine tin" "shonping" for an after afternoon
noon afternoon without buying a s i n g 1 (
thing?

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ALOHA
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"Aloha Special"
...You'll like It!
Across from tht
"El Panama" Hotel

When making a telephone call
a'wavs Identify vourself. Even
when you are calling a person
who knows you It seems a bit
arrogant to suppose the person
will immediately place you by
your Voice.
The telephone is not for ruess ruess-ing
ing ruess-ing games.

COMMITTEE WORKERS Members of the Fort Kobbe Officers Wives prepare for the first Isthmus-wide luncheon to be
held for members of all Army Officers' Wives Clubs. Members of the Kobbe group will act as hostesses for the affair, which
Is scheduled for Oct. 16 in the Tivoli Hotel, Ancon. Working on decorations are, left to right, Mrs. Charles c. Early, Mr8.
Louis Zlslis, Mrs. John F. Harth. Mrs. David Lltowsky, Mrs. T. B. Dorsay and Mrs. Johnny C. Price. (U.S. Army Photo)

Credit Union Day
To Be Observed
Here Wednesday
A program will be presented
Wednesday night by the San
Antonio de Padua Credit Coop Cooperative
erative Cooperative in observance of Inter International
national International Credit Union Day at
the French society hall on "O"
Street.
Two films on the functioning
of credit unions and consumers
cooperatives will be shown
through the courtesy of the U.S.
Information Service and Point
Four offices here.
Representatives of coopera cooperatives
tives cooperatives and the general public are
invited to attend. The program
begins at 7:30 p m,

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1957
athews' Homer Wins For Stout

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Hearted B

'Fold-up Milwaukee Refuses
Jo Fold In 10-lnning Thriller

By OSCAR FR.ALEY

MILWAUKEE. Oct. T (Uf)

" Burley Eddie Mathews crashed a
1 : 4um mm h (1 ID f T in the

' nth inninp vesterdav as the told

tin" Brave refused to fold, giv

in mhnttlpri Milwaukee a 7 to

k iHnmnh nver the New York

' VVtikaM and sauaring th World

tirtu at two pamei each.

' It was a wild and wooly finish

this gray, chilly day and 45,8U4
madly partisan fans alternately
groaned and cheered Elston How-
ard's three run homer in the ninth
tied it up at 4 to 4, Hank Bauer's
10th Inning triple sent Tony Ku Ku-beck
beck Ku-beck racing home with a Yankee
lead in the top of the 10th and

Johnnv Logan's double in the hot

tnm of the 10th tied it up -gain

before Mathews delivered the pay payoff
off payoff poke.
It was a blow, soaring high into
the right field bleachers, which
brought the almost flattened
Braves off the floor when they
could have been knocked out of
the aeries. It saved the day for
lanky Warren Spar-n who stood
. only one strike away -rom vic victory
tory victory when he sent that home run
pitch to Howard in the ninth.
! Aaron Hits Homer
Spahn had spotted "he Yankees
one run in the first rnmng, but
then got off the hook and took a
thrB-run cushion as National

-i League home run king Hank
A.ron blasted a three run homer

i th. fourth and Frank Torre

.. tk Rravf' Brooklyn-born first

Toaseman, followed up with an out

of the park blast.
"-Th lankv Spahn spun along

amoothly from there with te as assistance
sistance assistance of three double plays
which killed off Yankee threats
until two were out in th" ninth.
Then Yogi Berra and Gil Mc Mc-Pougald
Pougald Mc-Pougald delivered back to back
singles and with the count 3 and
2 on him Howard lofted his drive

' out Of the park to tie it up.

Then came the linn ana it iuuk iuuk-d
d iuuk-d ss if the roof had fallen in on

v Rnvpi aeain when once

with two out Ki'.bek drib-

bled' one to aecond on which Red
Schoendienst couldn't even make

m lav. Hank Bauer then came

hm4rh with a triole to center

iaiui.jha crowd moaned as Kubek

wm,mJk home with the run which

put the Yankees in, front, I to 4.
ZfW Cowl Through
But the Brave provad, ones and
for ail, their alasa and their cour courage,,
age,, courage,, ai wall aa their ingenuity,
in tha bottom of the 10th.
Nippy Jones led off as a jinch jinch-hitter
hitter jinch-hitter lor Spahn and was hit by
-"nmm Bvrne. The pitch first was

'railed a hall but JoDes grabbed
tfee nail and ahowed umpire Augie
nnnatnlli where it had struck him

on the shoe. Donatelli waved bmi
to first and the Bravea were in
business. n
. The Yankeea brought in Bob
tirim from the bullpen and he

n areeted by a sacrifice by

Schoendienst which scut pinch-

nmner Felix Mantilla to second

Logan am ashed out his -"ouble to

tie it Hp ana men h was jiurew.
"Tha moody, 26-year old, T-'.tas-born
Californian ran the count to

.s Then, as the crowd ent

mighty roar into the gray skies
overhead, he powdered the home
run widen aent the Yankees down

n riafeat and evened me series

going into today's fifth game.
. Score Cn Spahn
: The Yankees, who murdered
tha Rraves. 12 to J. Saturday and

put the Milwaukee club "down hut
. ...... rf .! .rtmA .iff with

Ana ran m the first innii.g to

shako up Spahn. Kubek, the home

town rookie who went away to
tank good and hit two homers
In the third game route, crossed
up the Braves by bunting safely.
He went to second as Bauer
'grounded out but then was trap trap-Iped
Iped trap-Iped off aecond when Mantle slash-
. C m Dr.n

aa s BJOunuer iu
walked, moving Mantle to second,
and then the speedy Mantle dash dash-ad
ad dash-ad home en McDougald's single to

'Center. Spahn got out of it tnen,
!hiit It didn't look too goo for him

atarter Tom Sturdivant shut

!eut the Braves through the first
three innings.

(But tley got Siurdlvant out of

there, ihanks to Aaron and Tor

res. Logan started it by irawin
a waik in the icurtn and went
to third when Mathews drove a
double up againt'. the r:ght field
wall.
The railgy. Aaron followed by
teeing off on' a knuckle ball pitch,
sending the ball high over the left
field fence and chasing Logan and
Mathews home in front of him.
Then, after Wes Covington
erounded out. Torre, who had nev

er hit a homer all season in Mil

waukee, made his first of the

year over tne ngni neiu ie"ce.

The YanKS naa oase runners

threatening, in the fifth, seventh
and eighth innings, but each time

SDahn eot out of it thanks to a

rimihlp nlav.

Manaeer Fred Haney of the

Braves nominated Lew Burdette,
who won the second game of the
series, to go out after the lead
today and Burdette vowed "I 'm
not going out there to lose." For
the Yankees it will be chubby
Whitey Ford, who won that open opening
ing opening contest at Yankee Stadium.

Wotta Game!!

' ' 'v if f Editor: CONRADO BARGE ANT ..w.

Tpr Isthmian Table. Tennis v:
" i Opening,: Date Changedr.'

MILWAUKEE. Oct. 6 (UP)

Box sc'ore of the fourtn 1957 World

Series game:
NEW YORK
AB R

Kubek LF
Bauer RF
Mantle CF
Slaughter LF
Berra C
McDougald SS
Howard IB
Collins IB
Carey 3B
Coleman 2B
Sturdivant P
A-Simpson
Shantz P

B-Lumpe
Kucks P
Byrne P
Grim P

H
2
1
0
0
2
2
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0

o
I
0
1
0
8
1
13
0
1
3
0
0
0 s
0
8
0-
0

Totals

, 38

MILWAUKEE
AB R

5 11 28 12

World Series

Facts, Figures
MILWAUKEE. Wis.. Oct. 7

rup Facts and figures on the

world series:
Rivals Milwaukee Braves (Na

tional League) vs. New York Yan

kees (American League).
Winner First team to win four

games.
Series standing: Braves won 2,
Yankees won 2.

Game scores New York 3,

Milwaukee 1 (1st); Milwaukee 4,

New York 2 (2nd); New York 12,

Milwaukee 3 (3rd): Milwaukee 7,

New York 5 (10 innings) (4th).

Today's game The 5th at Mil

waukee County Stadium.

Games after today 6th and 7th

(if necessary) at Yankee Stadium,

New York, Wed. and Thurs.

Starting times Today, 3 p.m.

edt; eth and 7tn games, 1 p.m.
edt.
Today's pitchers Yankees; Whit Whitey
ey Whitey Ford; Braves: Lew Burdette.
Odds on. today's gam Yan Yankees
kees Yankees favored, eveh-.
Series odds Yankees favored,

7-f.

Weather forecast Partially clou

dy.

Fourth-game attendance 48.804.

Four-game total attendance 226.-

Four-game financial totals net

receipts: $1,390,250.10; players'
share (players share only in first

lour games): $709,027.54; Commis Commissioner's
sioner's Commissioner's shares: $208,537.52; Ameri American
can American League's shares: $118,171.25;
National League's shares: $118,171.

25; Yankees' shares $118,171.25;

Braves' shares: $18,171.25.
Rival managers Yankees:
Casey Stengel; Braves: Fred Ha

ney.
Past Series records Yankees

won 17, lost 5; Braves (as Boston
Braves) won 1, lost 1.

Schoendienst

Logan SS
Mathews 3B
Aaron CF
Covington LF
Torre IB

C-Adcock IB

Hazle RF
Pafko RF
Crandall C

Spann P
D-Jones
E-Mantilla

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WINS BIG ONE The Haras Carlnthia s successful bay colt Tully Bar streaks across the
finish line in the $3,000 added Arturo Delvalle Classic for native three-year-olds yesterday
afternoon at tne President .jlemon racetrack with Destello, Apache (3), and Pangola (4) in
hot pursuit. Chilean Jockey1 iFernando Alvarez piloted the son of Barretin-Tully Saba to his
profitable victory over a sloppy track. The time for one mile was a creditable 1:44.

7 30

20
run

Totals

X-One out when' winning

scored.
A-Hit into double play for Sturdi Sturdivant
vant Sturdivant in 5th.
B-Singled for Shantz in 8th.
C-Grounded out for Torre in 9th.
D-Hit by pitch for Spahn in 10th.
E-Ran for Jones in 1.0h

New York 100 000 003 1 5

Milwaukee

Tully Bar
One Mile

Captures
Delvalle

$3,000
Classic

TIVOLI MOTORS TAKES LEAD
IN COSMOPOLITAN MIXED
BOWLNG LEAGUE

Tivoli Motors are once again

0) 400 000 3 7'up to their old tricks of knocking

of fthe big teams. This ween tney

RBI McDougald, Howard 3, met the pre-season favorites, Tas

Bauer, Aaron 3, ldrre, Logan,

Mathews 2. 2B Mathews, Carey
Srhnendienst. Logan. 3B IBauer,

HR Aaron Torre. Howard Math-

ews. SH LOVinglon. o acnocn acnocn-dienst.
dienst. acnocn-dienst. DP Schoendienst, Torre;

Logan, Schoendienst. Torre 2. LOB

New York 4. Milwaukee 4. BB

SDahn 1. Sturdivant 1, Shantz 1,

Knrks 1. SO Sturdivant 1. Shantz

4, Spahn 2, Kucks 1, Byrne 1. HO
Sturdivant 4 in 4 Shantz 0 in 3,
Knrks 1 in 2-3. Bvrne 0 in 1 1-3

Pitched to 1 batter in 10th, Grim
2 in 1-3. RandER Sturdivant 4 4-4,
4, 4-4, Byrne 1-1, Grim 2-2, Spahn 5-5.
HBP Byrne (Jones). Winner
Spahn. Loser Grim. U Donatel Donatelli
li Donatelli (N), Plate; Paparella A), IB;
Conlan (N), 2B; McKinley (A),
3B; Chylak (A), Secory (N), foul
lines. T 2:31. A 45,804.

Along The Fairways

P W 6 A NEWS
The second round of the cham

pionship tournament ended on Sun

day. Pearl Trim, because or a
death in the family, left suddenly
for the States. Ethel Perantie was

naired with Pearl so has tne

match by default.

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As 'Ufoboy' Wins
RP Yalch Race
Fifteen of 24 boats crossed the

finish line yesterday as Banv

Cardona piloted the Utoboy to
victory in a 29-mlle boat race In
honor of President Ernesto de
la Ouardia Jr.

Zonian C. D. Tilman, who

earlier had won the eight-lap

eolpan Classic' for racme

launcnes, was robbed of a possl

Die victory wnen his boat hit a

log a short distance from the
finish line, after he had led

practically all the way. His co

pilot, Koy R. Shuey, suffered a
broken arm as a result of the

accident.

Nine of the starters dropped
out along the route, between
Pefta Prieta (Bella Vista) and
Taboga and back to Pefia prieta.
Rodolfo Caudadias Jr., who

piloted the Moto-Wllly came in
second; Aldrich Lowe, Thunder Thunder-bird,
bird, Thunder-bird, third; Jaime correa, Bel Bel-mar;
mar; Bel-mar; Charles Abernathy, Pana Panama;
ma; Panama; Durado Burillo, Super Jet,
and Julio E. Clement Jr., El Tre Tre-bol.
bol. Tre-bol. Clement, whose eo-pilot was
Anthony Leggiere, won the five five-lap
lap five-lap "Mercury Classic": Alvaro
Jimenez aecond and Baby de la

Lastra, third.

Rodono causarnas won tne
"Ford Classic," with Charles
Abernathy aa runner-up; and
Tillman the "Colpan Classic"
with Burillo,. aecond.
The regatta was sponsored by
the Panama Yacht and fishing
Club.

rnnnie Bishon and Irene Robin

son played the only match of the
championship flight. They played

Sunday afternoon, me enure maicn
in the rain. It was an eyen match
with neither player playing her
best golf. They finished the first

9 even. It was even to numDer 14

Connie won 15 and 16. Tney naiv

ed 17 and the match was over,

Connie 2 up. Connie Bishop now
nlv Ethel Perantie for the title

of Isthmian Women'a Golf Cham

pion.

Tn the first flight Kay Purdy

won over Eve Wright 3 ana 2. E

dith Mathieson won over Mary
Bices 4 and 3. In the second flight

Mae Askew won over Jo Alexan

der 2 up. Bobby Hughes son over

Pat Waring 3 and 2. In the third
flicht Jane Huldtauist won over

Helen Owens 3 and 1. Peggy Dick-

erson won over Margaret Dalton
2 and 1. In the fourth flight L.
Longmore won over Bea Clinely
8 and 6. B. J. Nelson won ever
M. Wallace 1 up.
The third and final round of the
tournament wil be played this
week.
Championship Flight

co Batteries, and showed no mer

cy as they easily took three points.
After starting off the season by
losing their first three points they
have won eleven out of the last
twelve. Last weeks leader, Abat Abattoir
toir Abattoir Nacional. lost two points to

Colonial Insurance and dropped in

to a tie lor second and third

place with Colonial.
Once again there was a short

age of high games as only two
men rolled series of 600 or better

and they were the only two that
could also hit the 200 mark and

they did it twice. Bill Coffey kept

up his great bowling witn a B4 se

ries that included games of 536

and 214, Don Rudy, of Colpan mo

tors, continued to hit the pocket

and had a series of 604 ana games

of 304 and 201. Outside of Bill and

Don the rest of the men had good

games and they bad lousy games.
Lil Gunn helped Tivoli Motors

get to the top with a n i e 203

game and a series of 514 while
temmate Reggie Schmidt chipped

in with the second high series of

the night, 494, with a game of 176.
Marge Rodgers of Tasco Batteries,
was runner-up to Lil with a sec second
ond second high game of 192 and a series
of 477.
Tivoli Motors 1 Tatco Batteries 0
In the battle of the giants it was

all Tivoli Motors as they were
realy souped up for this one. The
only one failing to get 500 or bet better
ter better was Regie and she only miss missed
ed missed by six pins. Coffey with his

649 was folowed by felow contrac contractor
tor contractor Bill Rogers with 560 and Ted

Schmidt with 516 and Lil Gunn

and Reggie Schmidt with 514 and

494. Their total pinfall was 3108

which is high for the season. Bud

Balcer and Ed Lowande led Tas

co with 543 and 532. Marge Rode

ers and Ted Melanson followed

with 477 and 497.

Spalding Dot 2 APA 1
Spalding Dot iound themselves
battling to keep out of the cellar
with APA ami it was just a case
of which team wanted to give the
other team the points. George Ri

ley led the Spalding Dots with a

550 series and was followed by
Bob Boyer and Johh Barbour. For

APA it was Dick Sovster with a

529 and Earl Best with 504. Earl
gave Phyllis Best a couple of les lesson
son lesson and she came through with
two nice games of 156 and 160 and
a 430 series.
Standings at the end of the 5th
week:

Tivoli Motors
Abattoir National
Colonial Insurance
Tahiti Jewelers
Colpan Motors
Tasco Batteries,
Spalding Dot
APA

W L
11 4
10,5
10 5
9 6
6 9
6 9
5 10

5 12

MIXED LEAGUE

FORT KOBBE

Teams W L

Double Whammies 21 15

Hits and Mrs. 20 16

Yo No Se 20 16

Misfits 19 17

Bad Pennies 19 17
Lucky Seven 17 19
Slow Starters 17 19

Winers 11 25

Double Whammios 3 Misfits 1

Handicap for these two teams

K.
M.
J.
son.

Perantie versus C. Bishop
First Flight
Purdy versus E. Mathieson.
Socond Flight
Askew versus B. Hughes
Third Flight
Huldtquist versus P. Dicker-

Fourth Flight

L, Longmore versus M. Wallace.
There are prizes for winner and
runner-up in each flight.

koo clock; Coca Cola, deluxe
cooler one regular cooler; Union
Oil, cases of oil; Mobile Oil,
cases of oil; Texas oil, cases of
oil- Wvnn. Friction proofing:

Panama Auto, tools.

Colpan Motors 2 Tahiti Jewelers

Don Rudy and Al Minor led the

Colpan Motormen with 604 and

500 series. The rest of the team

had just average scores but each
one chipped in with a high game

wnen it was needed. Bill Jamison

and Chuck MacGarvev led the

Jewels with series of 514 and 511

while the rest of the team had

pretty bad nights.

Colonial Insurance 1
Abattoir Nacionel 1

Colonial Insurance has turned

out to be the surprise team of the

year and this week knocked the

Abattoir Butchers out of first

place and find themselves in a

tie for second and third nlace

Chuck Almeda. subbinc for Bob

Toland, led the insurance men

with a 529 series. John Voss, be besides
sides besides his secretarial work, found

time to knock out a 470 series and
Betty Coleman helped with a 450

series'.
For Abattoir Nacional it was Ted
Albritton and Big Mac Lane with
529 and 527 series. Walt Colcla Colcla-sure
sure Colcla-sure had one of his better nights
with three nice games and a good
499 aeries.

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were about equal with the Misfits
giving the Double Whammies 3
pins for total handicap. Double
Whammies lost the first game by

3 pins but canie out the winners

by taking 2nd, third game and to total
tal total pins.
For the Double Whammies, Peg Peggy
gy Peggy Wilder, Jack Joiner and Har Harry
ry Harry Wilder hit over the 500 mark
with anchor man, Ed Allen, get getting
ting getting a beautiful scratch series of
553 and with handicap, a total of

583. For the Misfits the gals hit
over a 500 mark: Pearl Simms a
513 and Inez Davis 535. -Hits
and Mrs. 2 Slow Starters 2
After losing all four points last

week, the Slow Starters. aren't go going
ing going to let anything get in their

way, it seems. By splitting with

tne Hits and Mrs., the Slow Start
ers put this team in tie for sec

ona place. Hanjc Dreher had a

beautiful game of 219 scratch mak

ing 248 with handicao and that

wonderful bowler, Jack Morgan of

tne mow starters came un with a

532 series scratch and with his

handicap totalling 547.

The Slow Starters won one point

ror total pins by beating the Hits
and Mrs. by one 1 pin. Van Georee

and Chip Chippeaux totaled over

tne 500 mark with 531 and 519 re

spectively.

Bad Pennies 4 Yo No So 0
The Bad Pennies proved to be

very good pennies bv takine all

four points from the Yo No Se.
All members on this team made
way over the 500 mark, which is
excellent bowling for a team. Shep

oneppara naa a 20s game coming

up with a series scratch 0 520

and with handicap totaling 568.

Not only is he a flyer, but has
proven to be quite a bowler is
Dick LaBrode with a series of 546
with handicap. Other members

onlhis team were Pat Carter 523;

Betty Rose 502, Donna Connor

561; Ralph Rose 519.

The (Bad Pennies started off
this game by giving the Yo No Se
66 points but the Yo No Se just
couldn't see their way to take any
of the games. Marty Martello and
Ginny Hassler of the Yo No Se
hit over the 500 mark with Ginny
a total of 533 and Marty 528. By
losing these four games didn't put
the Yo No Se out of p 1 a c e too
much, they are in lie for second
place.
Lucky Svn 3 Winers 1
Lucky Sevens are proven to

come alive by taking 3 points from
the Winners. Ralph Koch hit an e-j
ven 200 game and ended with a:

aeries with handicap of 528. Pete

Basham just couldn t let Ralph
take all the honors. Pete hit over
the 500 mark, making a total of
53S and of the 3 gals making up
this team, only Barb Lax hit her
500 aeries with a mark of 523.
The Winers Just couldn't get
started but the 3rd game seemed
to he their winning point. Jack!
Carter was the only player on this
team to hit the 500 c

The Haras C. .n.uia's consistent
Tuly Bar raced to an expected
victory in the annual $3,000 added
one mile Arturo Delvalle Classic
for three-year-old natives at the
President Remon racetrack yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Fernando Alvarez piloted the
bay son of Barrti-Tully Saba to
a three-quarter length triumph
over Dstel!o while Apache fin finished
ished finished third o- l-n-rtli l-'-:nd
latter and a half langth in front
of Pangola. Marceii.d, tne on.
other starter, was last.
Tu ly Bar returned $2.80 to win
and $2.40 to p'ace. The quiniela
combination (Tully Bar Destello)

paid $14.40. The time was 1:44 ov

er a sloppy track that was rain-

soaked before the beginning of the

day s activities.

r"ango!a, tne second choice in

the betting, quickly sprinted into

a long lead which she gradually
lost when Destel 0 and Tuliy Bar

were given tneir Heads and was

still battling to stay in front when

they swung into the homestretch
It was here that Tuliy Bar as

serted himself and opened a clear

lead but at the finish Destello was

gaming.

However, it was the diminutive

Apache, badly outrun to the home

stretch and many lengths back
with only one furlong to go, that

came on for a brilliant finish and
was going much faster than his
contenders at the end. In another
25 yards, it seemed that Apache

would have been the winner.
One of the track's most eon.
sistent winners, Holiodoro Gusti Gusti-nes,
nes, Gusti-nes, and a young apprentice, H.
de Gracla, wore hurt in accid accident
ent accident in the fifth race when Luisi Luisi-to,
to, Luisi-to, which was being ridden by
De Gracia, stumbled and wont
down. Maria Stuardo, with Gu Gu-tines
tines Gu-tines aboard, ran into Luisito and
also fell. A hospital report indi indicates
cates indicates that both riders era out of
danger. Gustines suffered a brok
en collar-bone while De Gracia
had bruises and contusions.-

Braulio Baeza and Alvarez shar

ed saddle honors with three vic

tories each.

The dividends:
First Race

1 Desiree $11.60, $7
2 Certamen $7.80

Second Race

1 Linda Susy $35.80. $6.40

2 Takeaway $3.60
First Double: $237.80

The inauguration of the sixth

annual Isthmian table tennis
tournament, sponsored by the

uso-JWb Armea Forces Center,

nas Deen muvea up one aay to
next week Tuesday, Oct. 15. ;

However, the deadline for en

tries is still Friday of this week

at 4:30 p.m., with ail games be.

ing played at the USO-JWB on

La Boca Road, starting at 7:30
each night.
Entries this year are expect

ed to exceed last year's record'

Stanley Hall, last year's national
doubles champion; George Gran Gran-num,
num, Gran-num, four times Isthmian and
last year's national singles
champion; Luis Moreno, a new newcomer,
comer, newcomer, who almost won In: tha
Unisport Tournament, over 'J Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Joseph, and many more top
table tennis players. Prlzes for
the competition wilt be donated
by merchants In Panama as in
previous years. ..
.Jutto David,; presldenS of
the Table Tennis Association": in

Dreaxing ngure, wnich included, Panama, is again servinr5 aa
members of all branches of the .chairman of tha tjliirnimsnf

U.S. Armed services and of Pan

ama City and Colon table ten

nis clubs. For the first time stu

dents over 16 years of aee will

be allowed to compete for the
Isthmian championship and the

vaiuame prizes wmcn will be a a-warded
warded a-warded to the winners.

Competition will be held in

men's' singles, men's doubles and
mixed doubles. The wives and

daughters of civilians and arm

ed forces personnel are being in

vited to enter for the mixed
doubles.

As in the past, there will be

two divisions in each category:
civilian and military. The win winners
ners winners in category will meet in the

finals to decide the Isthmian

championship.

Arthur Joseph, winner of last

year's tournament and recently! District.

winner of the Unisport Table further

which has grown in popularity
each year.
AH equipment will be furnish furnished
ed furnished by the USO-JWB Club; how however,
ever, however, players may bring their,
own paddles, if so desired, play players
ers players must wear dark shirts and
trousers or shorts in accordance
with International Table Ten Tennis
nis Tennis rules.
The competition will begin
Oct. 15 with playoff schedules
for Oct. 21, 22, 24, 28, 29 and 31.
all nights at 7:30. If necessary
playoffs also will be held on sat sat-urday,
urday, sat-urday, Oct. 26.

The tournament has beea
planned in cooperation with thi

Special Services United Statei

Army Caribbean. Albrook Alt

Force Base and the I5th Nava,'

or registration 01
information, dial thi.

Third Race

By Leslie
President Ernesto de la
Guardia Jr., will donate a cup
for the coming; tournament of
the Panama Marlin Club. He
said he would be glad to par participate,
ticipate, participate, but owing to his
many engagements, be is una unable
ble unable to spare so many days" for
fishing. However, we hope he
will be at the banquet to pre pre-aeait
aeait pre-aeait his donation in person to
the lucky winner.
Boat owners and all the fish

ermen who will take part In the
tournament are busy overhaul overhauling
ing overhauling their boats and their equip equipmenttime
menttime equipmenttime is Kettlnar very short

nov. 2 win soon be here. Any Anyone
one Anyone in need of a berth may con contact
tact contact Mrs. Wright at 2-2535 or
2-2428 after office hours.
Donations from Panama up to

date are as follows: President -de
la Guardia, Cup- Firestone, Set
of tires; Goodyear, Airfoam
mattress tnd two olllows: Col

pan Motors, $25 to be spent as

aesirea Dy winner; police Lodge,

$25 to buy trophy; Crawford A

gendes. $25 leoter of credit:

Smoot and Paredes, $100 letter

01 credit; snaw'a. flsrurine 01

marlin; Swift and Co., fully

cooKea ham; Bob Worsley, Cue-,

Tennis Tournament, will be on USO-JWB Armed Forces Servici

nana iu Keep 011 cnaiiengers as'uenter, Balboa 1072.

Intramural Sports

A League Bowling

Lem Kirkland bowled the high
series and the high game as the

Leaeue swung into official action.

He hit a 401 series and had a high
eame of 207c This was good e-

nough to, pace his team to victo victory
ry victory to 1215 Delgado's outfit 1 2 8 6;
pins to 1215 pins. George Wales
aided the cause with a nice 155
game.
Another first round victor was

Fred Harley's gang. This quintet

has bowled impressive team scores

and looks like the team to 'Beat.

They defeated Helmuth Stahl's
team 1341 to 1126. Harley had a

163 came. Leonardo Wong a 150,

and Julio Cordeviz 140 for 10

frames. These three give Harley's

team a strong group to worn a
rnunri.

Other winners in the opnemng

round were Ernesto Sharp a team

1266 over Ronnie Valentine s, ;

and Frank Bright's bunch with a

very close 1031-1010 win from Asa
Barley.

B Lwague r-ooTD!i
Al Muller's Rebels weren't e-

ven considered in the pre-season

picks for the title, but after the
first full week of play they ait
right on top of the heap with 3
triffht wins. Thev added two vic

tories during the week, scapling
the spartans 42-13 and knocking
over the potent Sooners 20-0.

The Rebs have a varied attack

that can send Sal Gerardi and

Muller on killing runs, or auow

Frank Stewart to toss accurate
passes to either of these boys. A A-lons
lons A-lons with this Jim Potter com

bines with Gerardi and Muller to

form one of the most effective de

fensive units in the entire league

(Bob Adams and his Hurricanes
got back into the thick of the title
fight when the upended the Wolv

erines. 20-6. it was a gooa oau

all the way with the run

ner power of Adams and Dave
Jenkins a bit too much for the
passing game of the Wolverines
headed by Frank Baggott and the
tossing end and Kit Price reciev reciev-ing.
ing. reciev-ing. Lewis French and his Wildcats

have yet to taste defeat ana are
giving the Rebels a real race for
the championship. This is -another
surprises gang for they weren't
civen anything but an outside

chance when the League opened.
They defeated the Hurricanes 40-0
first with French, Fred Huddle- n
ston,. Archie Carroll, and Ronnie
Clayton having just too much of-
fensive power for the Hurricanes
to stop. ,
The best game,-tfthe week mi' 1
a thrilling 19-18 win for the Wild-"

cats over the previously, undefeat undefeated
ed undefeated Fighting Irish. Ray Amato and
Jack Woods did the scoring for
the Irish, with Amato contributing
a terriffic 76 yard run in th fir.t

quarter. Trailing isji 1. th

a O "IJ Aim IrUV
fourth quarter, the Wildcats scor scored
ed scored twice and added one try for
point to take the game. Fred Hud Hud-dleston
dleston Hud-dleston plunged for 2 of the TDa
from 1 yard out each time, while
Archie Carroll passed to Lew
French for the other. This same
combination, Carroll to French al
so counted for the game winning;

point.
Frank Ammirati and his Huskies
finally found themselves at the
expense of the Sooners when Am Ammirati
mirati Ammirati ran wild to give his team
a 46-0 win. Injuries have hurt the
Sooners considerable, but they
should be back at full strength
shortly.

STANDINGS

W L Fct.

Team

Rebels
Wildcats

Spartans

Fighting Irish

Huskies
Hurricanes

Wolverines

Sooners

1.000
1.000
.500
.500
.500
.500
.000
.000

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Fourth Race

1-Full Moon $4.40, $2.40

2 Mayrita $2.40
Quiniela: $3.(0
Fifth Race
1 Louvre $3.20, $2.60
2 Batallon $2.60
Sixth Race

1- Delta $5.80, $4.20
2 Sculptor $4.40

Seventh Race

1-Cypress Bull .$7.60, $5.

2 Patan $5.80
Second Double: $27.40
Eighth Race

1 Tully Bar $2.80, $2.40
2 Destello $5.80
Quiniela. $14.41
Ninth Race
1-Oliver $4.20, $3

2-unfair $3
One-Two: $!.

- Tenth' Race

1 Double Four $440. $2.60

30 2 Cavilaa $2.60

C League Football

Frank Reichart's B 11 c k- a .

Fred Chase's Red Raiders, and
Bill Engelke's Razorbacks are all
tied with 2 and 0. The Raznrhanka

have been the most impressive
thus far and are given and edge
on the championship. They defeat defeated
ed defeated with Indians 95 to 6 in a game
that saw Engelke running up and
down the field almost at wilL
.After this beating these same
Indians, with Jim Barnes returned
to the line up, snapped back to
show the king of stuff they were
made of by defeating the Cougara
52-13, Bob Brandon was the big
offensive gun for the Indians, while
Mike Williams played outiUnding
hall for the Cougars.
The Red Raiders defaattul th.

Blue Devils 334 mainly on the

eicat ,uau tairiug UI uiue ttODDy
Bowen. Chase fed him the ball

au aiiernoon ana Be knew what
to do with it.
The Buckeyes stayed right in
there with a 19-6 win over the Cou Cougars.
gars. Cougars. Frank Biechart "was effec effective
tive effective with his end sweeps for the
Buckeyes, but the best part of
their offense was the passing of
Johnny Marcum to Mike Fulop
and Jim Smolka. The combination
of Dave Zapp' to Mike Williams
was a good one for the Cougars
and Williams was very strong de defensively
fensively defensively intercepting several of
Marcum'a paases during the game.
Pat Thomas' Trojans blasted the
Blue Devil's of Jim Smith iS-U.
then later in the week played a
19-1 9tie with the Lions of Gene
Frauenheim. Jack Devore was the
most effective offensive man in

this game, repeatedly picking up
yards for the Lions. Charlie Rag Rag-er
er Rag-er played fine defensive van

for the Trojanr

STANDINGS

Team

Buckeyes
Rtd Raiders
Razorbacks

Trojana -Indians
""
Lions
Blue Devils

Cougara

W L"T

i 2.000

1.000
1.000
.750
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MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1957 i ' .. ..

Trotter Gain Is Army Loss
As Bob Milton Rejoins Mates

111!
Football
SOUTH
Miami 13, Baylor 7
Floria W, Kentucky 7
North Carolina 13, Iavy 7
N.C, State 13, Clemson 7
Duke 14, Maryland 0
Term 14, Miss. State 9
Alabama 6, Vandy 6
Auburn 40, Chattanooga 7
Ole Miss 34, Hard-Simm. 7
F.S.U. Frosh 43, S. Ga. C- 0
Virginia 28, Wake Forest 10
Furman 13, Geo. Wash. 12
Tenn Tech 14, Morehead 6
Citadel 21," Davidson 7
V.M.I. 28 Richmond 6
Wm. and Mary 13, V.P.I. 7
Centre 7, Wash and Lee 7
Sewanee 14, Miilsaps 0
Middle Tenn 26, W. Ky. 7
Shephard. 34,, Davis-Elkms 6
(Bridgewater 7, Guilford 0
E. Tenn T; W. Carolina 6
Lenoir Rhyne 43, N' perry 0
Car-N'man 14, E'ry and H y 13
Mis. "Col. 12, Howard 7
Catawba 36, E. Carolina 7
Wofford 28, Presbyterian 7
E..Ky.' 26, Murray 18
Southern 20, Livingstone 6
.... lAST
VillanoY,,?!,!
Afmy 2T. Jerj State.:
Cornell W, Halrvaru b
Princeton f, Columbia 6
Boston Col. 13, (juantico 7
Syracuse 37, Boston L1. 20
Holy Cross 32, Dayton 6
Mame 49, Vermont 0
Dartmouth Penn 3
Rutgers 14", Conn 7
F. and M. 13, Johns Hopkins 6
Penn M.C. 13, Bridgeport 6
Muhlenberg 18, Albright 14
Middlebury 7, Worcester 3
Springfield 20, N'Eastern 13
Rhode Is. 28, New Hamp. 13
Wesley an 20, Coast Guard 7
Norwich 14, St. Lawrence 6
Alfred 13. Kings Pt. 0
Haverfbrd 19, Wagner 7
Hdfstra 26, Dpsala .O
Bowl-Green 7, Delaware 0
Lafayette 14, Buffalo 6
Westmin'r 13, Waynesb'g 7
Brown 21, Yale 20
Bucknell 19, Temple 6
Tufts 40, Bates 0
Hobart 27, Rochester 20
Cortland 42 Bloom sburg 12
Juniata 47 Drexel 0
Montclair 27, Cheyney 13
Bowdoin 13, Trinity 6
Williams 26,, Colby 19
Thiel 34, Bethany 6
Kutztown 19, .Miller sville 7
Slippery Rock 12, Brnckporr 2
Lehigh 27, W. Rr'vc 6
Lycoming 34, Moravian 13
Amherst 51, Union 0
Clarion 14, Grove, City 0
Swarthmore 14, Dickinson 12
Ship'hurg 28, E. Stroud. 19
Trenton 14, New Britain 6
Naval St. 34, Mass. Acad. 15
Nat. Aggies 20, D.C. Tchrs. 2
UrsinQs 6, Susquehannt 0
Hamilton 14, R. P. I. 7
Mansfield 13, Kings 7
Glenvllle 14, Concord 13
Allegheny 19, W. and J. 0
Geneva 20, John Carroll 13
Fairmont 19, W. Va. Wes. 0
W. Chester 47. New Havep 7
' MIDWEST
Michigan 26, Georgia 0
Oklahoma 40, la. State 14
Illinois 40, Colgate 0
Oregon St 22, Northwest'n 13
Notre Dame 26, Indiana 0
Texas A and M 28, Missouri 0
Minnesota 21', Purdue 17
Wisconsin 45, W. Virginia 13
Nebraska 14, Kan. State 7
Iowa 20, Wash. State 13
Tulane 20-, Marouette 6
Houston 7, Cincinnati 0
Okla. St. 26, Wichit 0
Xavier (O) 39. Miami (O) 13
Defiance 13, Wilmington 0
Hillsdale 60, Olivet 0
111. Normal 24, Cen. Mich. 20
Cornell (la) 20, Monmouth 13
Wheaton 44, Augustana 6
Grinnell 19, Lawrence 6
Capital 38, Hiram 0
Wart burg 21, (Buena V. 6
Riverfalls 14, Superior 7
Kan. Wes. 40, Friends 7
Bluffton 6, Ashland 0
Wash. (Mo) 21. Wabash 13
Kent State 14, OhioU. 9
Rose Poly 50, Prin?ipi 0
Morn'side 13, ND St. 6
SW State 28, NW Coll. 7
Kearney 57, Midland a
la. St. Tchrs 34, Kirfcsville 13
W. III. 23, S. lit. 13
Ce. Okla. 45, S. Ark. t
Cul-Stock. 20, Cartbarr. 14
Emporia 28. Beth'y (Kan) 20
Baker 19, McPherson 0

"'V U -x' -1 ,v.V

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Scores
Valparaiso 27, Evansville 0
Manchester 21, 111. Navy 0
Carleton 14, St. Olaf 6
Wayne 27, Case 7
Peru 32, Chadron 13
Hastings 7, Doane 0
Beloit 19, lnd. Cen. 7
Parsons 0, Dubuqje 0
Depauw 26, lnd. St. 6
N. 111. 27, E. 111. 20
Ohio Wes. 16, Wooster 14
MiUikin 50, Elmhurst 0
Lock'ne AFB 26, Scott AFB 0
St. Joseph's 34, Butler 13
Franklin 23, Earlham 20
Taylor 13, Anderson 7
Concordia 49, Hamline 6
Jamestown 34, Mayville 0
Moore head 40, Winona 14
Dak. Wes. 13, Black Hills 0
S'ern (SD) 13, Gen. lieadle 0
Minot 13, Ellendale 0
Central (Mo) 26, Eureka 6
Otterbein 34, Oberlin IS
Akron 29, iBald-Wall. C
Louisv'ile 48, Toledo 20
Bradley 13, Great Lakes 0
Findls '47, Ohio No. 7
Denisou 19, Muskingum 14
Bethel 13, Siux Falls 0
St. Ai-wose 39, Omaha 7
Luther 21, Central 6
1 CANADIAN PRO
Toronto 41, Montreal 31'
Hamilton 18, Ottawa 17
HIGH SCHOOL
Deland 7, Winter- Park 6
SOUWWEST
S. Carolina 27, Texas 21
L.S.U. 19, Texas Tech 14
Rice 34, Stanford 7
Arkansas 20, T.C.U. 7
Texas A and I 16, SW Texas 0
SW Okla. 23, NW Okla. 7
SW Memphis 27, Hendrix 6
FAR WEST
Mich. State 19, Cal. 0
Ohio State 35, Wash. 7
Kansas 35, Colorado 34
Pitt 20, U.S.C. 14
Idaho 21, Utah 6
AF Academy 19, Detroit 12
Oregon Tech 14, Portland 0
E. Wash. 7, Puget Sound 7
M.St. Col. 21, S. Diego NTC 7
Utah St; 19, Wyoming 19
Mesa 7, Pueblo 7
Birg-Young 20, Montana 7
Col. Idah 26, Whitman 24
E. New Mex. 36, W'burn 34
Long Beach 12, Cal. A'ies 6
S. Fran. St. 28, H'boldt 14
Carroll 14, W. Montana 6
San Mateo 27, Marin IS
Idaho St. 41, W. St. Colo. 1
PRO
Giants 24, Eagles 20
Browns 23, Steelers 12
Colts 21, Bears 10
NEGRO
Beth-C'man 26, Fla. Nor. 0
Tuskegee 25, Fisk 6
Knoxville 27, Ky. State 0
J. C. Smith 9, St. Paul 0
N-C.A. and T. 13, Va. Union 0
Shaw 19, St. Augustine 0
Hamp. Isth. Del. St. 0
Tougaloo 38, Jarvis 0 v
Phil-Smith 31, Leland 0
Howard 13, Fayetteville
Davier (La) 20 Ala. St. 06
N.C. Coll. 27, Morgan St. 7
Albany St. 13, Miles 7
Dillard 14, Bishop 6
Lincoln (Mo.) 50, ten. St. 14
SOUTH
Delta 14, Troy (Ala) 7
Ft. Valley (Ga) 19, Clark 6
McNeese 13, Louisiana Tdch 6
Southern Univ. 47. Alcorn A and
M0
Jacks'vle AJa) 20, Maryville Ten)
0
Memphis St La 25, Louisiana Col.
7
Southwestern La 6,' North E. La.
0
S.W. La. 6. Northeast La. 0
Arkansas St. 15. Florence (Ala) 13
MIDWEST
Lincoln (Mo.) 50, Central ) S.
14
Northern 111. 27, Eastern HI 20
Ripon 7. Coe 6
Tarkio 31. Concordia (Neb) 6
Neb. Wesley an 7. Wayn (Neb) 6
Mien Tech" 31, terns 13
Albion 14, Adrian 6
Hope 14, Northern Mich 13
Marshall 12, Western Mich 7
Kalamazoo 13, Alma 13
Wil'm Jewell 19, Maryvilie (Mo)
Wittenterg 34. Keidelberg
E-n Claire 45, Wis. Mill Branch
r
PlatteviHe 23, Whitewater
Carrol! Wis) 14. Ill Wesleyan 0
La Crosse 30. Stout.
Wis. Tech. 12, Lakeland 0
Lake Forest 7, N- Central, in 0 .,

Thev can't call Bobby Milton an

ex-Harlem Globetrotter any mpre.
For tha basketball star has been
honorably discharged after a bril-
t 4 .H..-MM 'in TTmaIa Cam'a firm.
ed forces and Is back with the Ne-
gro cage wonders, who will be
here on Oct. 14 to play at La Ma-
carena Bullring against tne unit united
ed united States Stars.
While temporarily an ex Globe
trotter drawing pay from Uncle
Samuel, Bobby bounded over serv service
ice service cage courts,, leaving a mark
as one of Fort Gordon Georgia)
post's great athletes. For he:
m. ToDoed Fort Gordon point-
making last season, with an aver average,
age, average, of over 23 points per game.
(2). Twice was selected as one
of the Third Army's best cagers.
(3). Tossed in 44 points against
Parris Island Marines in one
game to set the post mark.
cuarded by two opponents most
of the time on the court.
f 51. Fired ud a poor f ort Gor
don team last season so they be
came a feared outut.
.'V t
Spectators still talk about his
44 points against Parris Island.
Fort Gordon's signaiares were
held horriblv in the first half.
Then late in the third quarter Mil
ton onened up. To the horror of
th Marinp.1. Bob stood on the
half-court line and lofted 17 shots
into the rafters, two of them
bouncing off the basket's rim.

The other 15 zoomed through ttie'jim Tatum coached North Caro

net.
Milton, who stands 6-1, played
six seasons with the Trotters. He
flipped his favorite set shot on
five continents. He's played before
the late King of England, Aly
Khan, Chancellor Konrad Ad Ad-nauer
nauer Ad-nauer of Germany, and an array
of other notables.
He's come a long way from his
sensational high school days at
Fort Wayne, lnd.. Central, where
he lettered in basketball and foot-
Springfield (Mo) 37, Mis. Va! 13
Pittsburg (Kan.) 14, Rolla Mines
6
Dan A 19, Westmar 13
St. Cloud 0, Manakato 0
Northern (SD) 20, Yankton 0
S. Dakota State 16, Augustana
(D) 0
Huron 40, South Dakota Mines 14
S. Dakota 27, North Dakota 27
Gustavus Adolphus 19, Aug s-
burg 13
MacAlester 39, St.'1 Thomas 9
St. Johns Minn) 17, Min. Duluth
7

OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
it "ft (. PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF MANAMA " 'I .C '
! Complete Prize-winnlni Numbers In Ordinary Drawing No. 2013, Sunday, October 6, 1957
The whole ticket has 82 pieces divided In two aeries "A" ti "B" of 26. pieces each.

First Prize
Second Prize
Third Prize

No. Prill No. PrUu N. PrliM No. Print No. PrliM No. Prlx No. Prlut No. Prlioo N. Prita
s $ t s s s s s
SOSS 150.00 IMS 156.00 2MS 156.00 S06S 156.00 4065 156.00 S06S 156 00 S06S 156.(10 706S 156.00 SMS 156.06
16S 156.00 1165 156.00 Z1S5 156.00 3165 156.00 4145 156.06 516S 156.00 6165 156 00 7165 156.M S16.1 156.00
0265 156.00 1265 156.M 2265 158.00 3265 156.00 4265 156.00 5265 156.00 6265 156.00 7265 156 00 S265 156.00
0365 156.00 136S 156.00 2365 156.00 3365 156.00 4365 156.M 5365 156.00 6365 156.00 7365 156.00 S365 156.00
0465 156.M 1465 156.00 2465 156.00 3465 156.00 4465 156.00 5465 156.00 6465 156.00 7465 156.00 S465 156.00
0565 156.00 1 1565 1 56.00 2565 156.00 3565 156.00 4565 156.00 5565 156.00 656S 156.00 7565 136 00 S565 156.00
0665 156.M 1665 156.00 2665 150.00 3665 156.00 466.1 156.00 5665 156.00 665 156.00 7665 156.00 S665 156.00
0765 2,600.00 1765 2,600.00 2765 2,SO0.00 3765 52,000.00 4765 2,600.00 5765 2,600.00 6765 2,600.00 7765 2,600.00 S76S 2,600.00
0865 156.00 1865 156.00 2865 156.00 3865 156.00 4865 156.00 5865 156.00 6865 156 00 7865 156.00 886.1 156.00
0965 156.00 1965 156.00 296S 156.00 3865 156.00 4965 156.00 5965 156.00 6965 1.16.00 7165 156.00 S965 1510

375 520.0 375S 520.M S76 520.00 2762 520.M I S74 520.00 3767 S20.S 1.1769 520.00 3771 520.M 3773 520 00
3757 520.0 3759 520.00 37 520 .09 373 520.00 I 376 520.0 3768 S2M 3770 520. 3772 520.M 3774 520.00

S S lS S S S S Sit
1127 2M.M 2127 261.0 1127 260.00 4127 260.0 S127 2S0.M 6127 260.00 7127 260.M S127 260.00 I 9127 20.00
MM 1300 012 130.00 9122 1M.90 0124 130.00 012 130.00 0129 130.00 0131 130. I33 1.1. 113.1 1300
Oil 130.00 0121 130.M 1 0123 130.00 0125 130.00 0128 130.00 0130 130.00 0132 130.M 013 1M.00 01M 13.M i

SI S1 S Si S I Si Si Si S
361 15.M 1 13(1 156 0 2361 156.M 231 156.00 j 4361 156.00 1 5361 154.00 I 6361 156.M 7361 15 60 I 93(1 1SI.M
5352 104.M I 8354 104.00 83M 104.00 8358 104.00 1 830 104.00 I 8363 14.00 j 8365 104.0 I 8367 104.00 836 104.00
5353 104.M I 8355 104.M S357 104.00 835 104.00 8362 104 00 8364 104.M S366 104.M 8368 14.00 1 37 104.M

Priie-winninf Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing were sold at: The 1st In the Exterior, 2nd and 3rd in Panama
The Nine Hundred whole tickets endinr in 5 and not included in the above list win Fifty Two Dollars ($52.00) each.

SIGNED By:

WITNESSES: .Encarnacion Echeverria, Ced. -27872
Ismael Garrido, Ced. 47-44583

kJDTC Th irtiuiini ticket with the lift cipher and with t&e two lait
"vll. cipher ermly only to the Tint Prize.
The Tint Prize and tin 2nd and Srd Prize are drawn Kparatel; The ap approximation
proximation approximation are calculated on the Pint. Second end Third Prize. In cate
a ticket ahould eair the number of each prize, the bolder i entitled to
claim oavinent for each.

DRAWING OF THE 3 STRIKES
Sunday, October 6, 19S7
Drawlnf Number 714

First Prize.
Second Priz?. ...
Third Prize. . .

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN

The Colonel Lilies

ly MURRAY OLDIRMAN
WEST POINT. N.Y. (NEA) A
question-and-answer period .with
Col. Earl (Red) Blaik, coach of
the Army football team, in his of office
fice office citadel high above the Hud
son Kiver:
Are you getting better grade
of football playerp
'We still get students, not am
letes, You never in your life saw
nny klts wearing glasses It
scares you to see them when they
flrst arive."
with the tough daily scneauie oi
a cadet, how does he get enough
sleep to play football?
"You go around in a perennial
state of semi exhaustion. I know.
I went throuah it once myself. I
can take any Army football play
er, sit him down in this office ana
within five minutes he'll be fast
asleep."
I notice your team Is bigger,
Sports Briefs
DOODLE DANDY
New York (NEA) The songs,
"Yankee Doodle Dandy" and
dive My Regards To Broadway,'
were introduced in 1904 in a
George M. Cohan musical about
the riding feats of Tod Sloan.
TATUM BLANKED
Raleigh, N. C. (NEA) North
Carolina Slate is now 3-0 against
lina football teams. The Wolfpack
won 21 14 in 1942 when Tatum
rvas at Chapel Hill, prevailed 26-6
last fall and 7-0 this season
LONG TIME BETWEEN
Baton Rouge, La. (NEA)
Rice beat Louisiana State in Baton
Rouge this fall for the first time
in 22 years and after eight previ
ous unsuccessful tries.
GENUINE SPARTAN
East Lansing, Mich. (NEA)
Fulback Don Gilbert played more
football during the 1956 season
250 minutes than any other re
turning Michigan State back.
ball and was named top athlete.
Fort Gordon these days is real
ly bemoaning his loss but Boss
Man Abe Saperstein of the Globe-'
trotters is the picture of content
ment every time he looks and
sees his protege back In a Trot
ter uniform.

Approximations Derived From First Prize

Approximations Derived From Second Prize

Approximations Derived From Third Prize

The whole ticket has 52 pieces which

ALBERTO ALEMAN, Governor of the Province of Panama Ced. 47-12155
The Representative of the Treasury, JOSE OUILLERMO AIZPU

Fraction
Ticket
63
27
6l
$11.00 $220.00
3.00 60.00
2.00 40.00

PRIZES ARE PAID WITHOUT DISCOUNTS OK TAXES

INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER

YOUR WITNESS

with a couple of 240-pound line linemen.
men. linemen. Does that mean it'll be bet better?"
ter?" better?" "A young boy, unless he's extra extraordinary,
ordinary, extraordinary, isn't equipped to carry
230 nounds at full speed. I prefer
the compact 200-pounder who hits
with force and quickness. They're
marvelous specimens, Hat of stom stomach,
ach, stomach, like Stan Slater, our guard."
How would you characterize your
ofense split-T, belly- or whatp
"We run the Army offense, ex except
cept except that we don't go around pub publicizing
licizing publicizing the name. We split our
line, we use the belly series. And
we have a few other wrinkles,
too."

3765 $ 52,000,00
0127 $ 15,600.00
8361 $ 7,80o.oo

comprises the two series "A"
JULIO R. VALDES D
Notary Public, Panama

The prliea will be pi tn accordance with the Official Lilt of Panama m
th -ffiri- it th Jtnei WcncfWtrt Lotlery itet an Central Avenee.
Plan of Ordinary Drawinr No. 2014 which will take
place. October 13, 1957
Divided li? two oerie of M fraction each denominated "A" and "B"

riRST
1 Pint Prize. Seriee A nd B. ef
1 Second Prize, Serie A nd B. of
1 Third Prize, Serie A and B. of
18 Approximations. Series A and B.
9 Prizes. Serie A and B. of
90 Prize. Series A and B. of
900 Prizes. Series A and B, of

SECOND PBIZK -18
Approximations, Series A and B, of S U.OO each serie
Prize. Series A and B, ot 130-00 each eerie

THIRD
18 Approximations. Series A and B,
Prizes. Series A and B. of
174 Priies
Price of a whole ticker
Price of a fifty-second

Boys That Walk

With the complicated football
played today, do you hold extra
skull sessions with your quarter quarterbacks?
backs? quarterbacks? "I never see my quarterback,
or any other player, away from
the practice field, except for a
brief interval on Sundays. When
could I, with the busy class pro program
gram program outlined for them? Why,
they never even have time to throw
a ba'l around at their leisure."
With the limited time, how do
your players absorb all the ins instruction
truction instruction p
"Fortunately, we get a mentally
alert type of youngster here. When
we get the occasional boy who can
learn only through hard plugging,
we have trouble."
Print
S
156.00
156.M
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
15.00
2.0M.00
150
15.
8065
915
9265
935
9465
955
9665
9765
9865
9965
and "B"
PABLO A. PIXEL M.
Secretary.
PRIZE
$2 000(00 each eerie
S52.onon
1S.0VM.M
7J00M
.3.te
23.400 oe
14.040 0
ttJOOMB
S 2.3400
2J4.'
of
T.aoo.oo each eerie
3. 900.00 each aeries
26.00 eech aerie
1,300.00 each serie
78.00 each serie
SS.00 each series
PRIZK
of $
12 00 each series
.1 04 each eerie
Total
.si7sue-
$26.00
port $...50

For the first time in three years
you seem to be set at quarter quarterback
back quarterback how good will Dave Bour Bour-land
land Bour-land be?
"Until this year something air
ways seemed to go wrong at cru crucial
cial crucial spots. Bourland will be a fine
quarterback, if he develops non nonchalance."
chalance." nonchalance." What kind of game do you ex expect
pect expect from Notre Dame?
"Notre Dame material is as
good as it's ever been. Terry Bren Bren-nan
nan Bren-nan last year had to break in a
set of new, young coaches. Even
Knute Rockne couldn't have help helped
ed helped him. But now he has Henry
Straim and Bernie Crimmins and
to that add Terry's own know knowledge."
ledge." knowledge." What accounts for Oklahoma's
sustained successf
"My son, Bill, lives out there.
He's in the oil busines. and I visit

him frequently. Last time I was
there, the rich oil men were wor worried
ried worried about Wilkinson leaving, I
told them, 'He'll never leave. He
has the dream setup. The good
kids want to go to school there.'
Why is the football player from
Oklahoma better than, say, the
football player from Missouri?
"Different breed of cat. They're
all from small towns. They walk.
When I was a younester in Dav-
ton, back before you were born, I
cnougnt nothing of walking two or
three miles to school."
Does Army have the boy who
walks?
"We try to see that he does."
Will this, then, be a typical hard hardhitting
hitting hardhitting Army team?
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EAST LANSING. Mich. fNEAl

Duffy Daugherty, who coaches '.'

Michigan state s mammoth Spar Spartans,
tans, Spartans, was talking, about the Big
Ten's aid-to-athletes policy.
"The new grant in-aid is based ;
on need." Duffy said, "and boy do
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It was a humorous remark
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I MONDAY. OCTOBER 7. 1957
F AGE EIGHT A
CLASS I F I EDS
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
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Resorts

PHILLIPS Ocaansido Cottage
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pan. Pan.-4
4 Pan.-4 ma, R. da P. Phona Panama
J 3-1877, Crittobal 3-U73.
T- FOSTERS COTTAGES and large
" beach house, on mil M' Ca Carina.
rina. Carina. Phone Balboa 1866.

Commercial Sites

Apartments

ATTENTION, a I.I Jutt butt
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot. cold watar.
Phono Panama 3-494 1.

FOR RENT: Furnishod Mod Mod-dern
dern Mod-dern apartment, 6 clasats, 2 bad badroomi,
roomi, badroomi, living room, dining room,
kitchen, porch, garag. 46th St.
East No. 2-6T. Phona 3-1423.

FOR RENTi Space for office.
Compania do Segure building in
Campo Alegra. Air conditioned,
levator, cleanerman, big apace
for parking 26 M2. T.I 3-0136.

Houses

FOR RENT: 3 bedroom chalet
2 bathroomt, large living-dining
roam, maid'i room terrace, gar garden
den garden on 92nd Street No. 108 to
reiponiible party. Call Mme.
Speed 3-3652 for information.
Mornings or after 8 p.m.

Rooms

FOR RENT: Room with light,
for one or two persons. Near
Anton Post Office. Tel 2-5174.

FOR. RENT: Large furnished
. room good condition for Amer Amer-:
: Amer-: icaa couple, bachelors. Corner
Justo Arosemcna, 31 Street No.
9.

Thornton Wilder
Wins Peace Award
Of German Group
FRANKFURT, Germany, Oct. 6
(UP) American dramatist Thorn Thornton
ton Thornton W'Mer today received the an annual
nual annual peace prize of the German
book trade for his works based on
"beliefs and spiritual power in our
confused age."
Wilder was the eighth recipient
of the prize awarded at the open opening
ing opening of the annual German book
fair. Previous winners include Dr.

Albert Schweitzer and German-

Swiss novelist Hermann Hesse.

FOR RENT: A three-bedroom
apartment, with two baths living living-room
room living-room with own bath, washtubs,
garage, and hot watar facilities.
For further details call Panami
3-1292 Cia Dulcidio Gonzalei
N., S. A., or applr to the apart apartment
ment apartment No. 1 in Ave. Eusebio A.
Morales No. 4, "El Cangrajo."

FOR RENT: Cool furnished
apartment to couple without
without children, $65.00. Via
Porras No. 120, beside Roosevelt
Theatre. Overlooking SAS Com Commissary.
missary. Commissary. Phono 3-5024.

FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
apartment, porch, parlor-dining-room,
bedroom, kitchen. Screen Screened.
ed. Screened. $55.00. Apply No. 112. Via
Beliiario Porras, near Roosevelt
Theatre.

FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, Vving-dlning
room, separate service. 86th
street East No. 6, near Roosevelt
Theatre.

FOR RENT: Near Hotel El Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, 2 bedroom apartment
with maid's quarters, hot water.
$100.00. Tel. 3-6651.

FOR RENT: New apartment,
two bedroom, dining-room, liv living
ing living room, porch, washing faci-
lites, etc. $70.00. Calle Do Domingo
mingo Domingo Diai. 9-5.

FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment in Bella Vista.
Mexico Ave. 69 near 43rd St.
Call 3-0553.

FOR RENT: Apartment, living living-room,
room, living-room, bedroom, dinette, kitchen.
Calle Darien No. 14-21. Accesi Accesi-ble
ble Accesi-ble to Canal Zone. Next St. from
4th July Ave.

FOR RENT: Complety furnish furnished
ed furnished in Bella Vista. 2 bedrooms,
bedrooms, dining and drawing
room $75.00. Apply 47 street
No. 17. Tel. 3-1399.

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WORLD SERIES
Call 2-2374

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Corner Darien and "H" St.

FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, .Mdrfb 'American neigh neigh-L
L neigh-L bore regular transportation.
Phene; 3-047.

FOR RENT: I bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment $60.00. "El Sol'' building
4th of July Ave. Phone 3-7658.

Italian Boyfriend
Returns To Paris
With Ava Gardner
PARIS, Oct. 7 (UP) Ava Gard Gardner
ner Gardner returned to Paris last night
from Rome with Italian actor Wal Walter
ter Walter Chiari, thus burying deeocr
rumors she had a spat with her
most constant boy friend.
Miss Gardner has been keep keeping
ing keeping steady company with Chiari.
an Italian comedian, for more
than a year. Talk of a row started
nearlv two weeks ago when Ava
left Chiari in Pari? and breezed
into Rome unexpected and all a a-lone.
lone. a-lone. Chiari followed later, however.

CHICKS
WHITE MALE
$6.00 per hundred
Phone 3-4514

Used and Guaranteed List Your Price
Rollelflex f 2.8 tfessar 298.00 125.00
Rolleiflex f 3.5 tessar 239.50 65 00
Speed Graphic 24 x 3'i 350.00 175.00
Exacta f 2 Biotar Preset 339.00 175.00
Argus c3 75.00 25.00
Kodak Medallist 350.00 75 00
Movie Kodak Roval 16 mm f 1.9 194.00 94 00
Revere mod. 88 8 mm f 2.5 75 00 25 00
first come first sell
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
mailorder phone 2-1803
Revere Sound Projector 16 mm 325 00 225.00
USE OUR CREDIT PLAN
Qni&hncrtwnal Q&wsiOuf, S. G.
155 Central Ave. Phone 2-1803

LEAVE YOU AD WITH ONE OP OUB AGENTS OB OUB OFFICES AT 13 -J7 "IT KTREET. PANAMA L1BRE1UA PRECIA0O-4 Street No. IS AGENC1AS
INTERNAL. DE PUBUCACI0NE8 No S Lottery Plus CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACY 18! Lm Cerrasqullla PAKMAC1A L.OM L.OM-BARDO
BARDO L.OM-BARDO No. 2 "B" Street MORRISON 4th at Jul. Ave. e 1 II ( LEWIS SERVICE Ave Tlvoll No. PARMACIA ESI ADOS UNIDOS 148 Central Ave.
FARMACIA LUX 1S4 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J Po. U Is Osm Ave. No. 41 fOTO DOMY Justo Arosemcna Ave. and S3 St FARMACIA
VAN-DER-JIS-W Street No. SS FARMACIA EL BATURRO Panue Leferre 1 Street FARMACIA "IAS" Via Porrea 111 NOVEDADES A THIS Beifdr
the Bella Vurta Theatre. COLON: Central Avenue 1J.18S TeL 431

Automobiles

Home Articles

FOR SALE: 1952 Pontla .4 .4-door
door .4-door excellent condition, orogina
owner. $650.00 cash. Phone.
George 30 Colon, 2:00 to 5:00
p.m.

FOR SALE: Bargain: Rambler
stationwagon 1954. Excellent
condition $950. Duty, paid. Call
Office Curundu 5219.

FOR SALE: 1948 Pontiae 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, hydramatic, drive. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent motor. Will sell cheap. Call
42-4393.

FOR SALE: Stake and pick-up
trucks. Phona Coffey Gamboa
751.

FOR SALE: 1955 Ford Tudor,
G. E. Fairline, air conditioner,
two office desks and chain,
automatic washing machine. All
duty paid. Phone 3-6703 after
6:00 p.m.

FOR SALE: 51 Buick, excellent
condition $500. Call Panami 3-3347.

FOR SALE: 1954 Mercury
station wagon. Accept older car
part payment. 2491 -B. Balboa.
2-3050.

"GET STREAMLINED"
the McLevy way. Body Massage,
Excercislng Machines, Turkish
hath. Trained operators tor ladles
nd gentlemen. Get results.
MASSAGE SALON
Services "SCHOLL'S"
Products
J. Aroscmena Ave. 33-48
Tel. 3-2217

FOR SALE: General Electric
stove, push botton. Con, Timer.
Now 6-724 Gamboa.

FOR SALE: Custom-made liv living
ing living room, dining room, bedroom
furniture, deep freexer and A
ton room air-conditioner. All
under six months old. Call Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-6589, from 6 to 8 p.m.

Miscellaneous

SERVICES

Now: Rattan living room let
69.00, mahogany dining room seta
65.00, sofa beds 60.00, 3 doors
wardrobe 85.00, modern studio
couches 59.00, double beds with
spring 29.00, bunk bads 39.00,
folding beds 19.00, vanitias
38.00, mahogany sideboards
25.00, metal tables 12.50, dres dressers
sers dressers 6.00, pillows 1.50. Also:
LOVELY WROUGHT IRON
LIVING AND DINING ROOM
SETS, first quality innarspring
mattresses. Cash or credit. We
give GOLD STAMPS. Household
Exchange. National Avenue No.
51. Tel. 3-49113-7348.

FOR SALE: ABC automatic
washer. $80. Navy 3528.

FOR SALE: Wardrobe, console,
crib. Bargain price. Cuba Ave Avenue.
nue. Avenue. No. 32-46 Apt. 5.

FOR SALE: AMI HI-FI, water
heater, desk and chair, fish tank
and table, sewing machine? Her Hercules
cules Hercules 24" bicycle. Call 3-3084;
House No. 3-05 40th Street and
Mexico Ave.

FOR SALE: Refrigerator, 25
cycle. 1 13 h.p. electric motor.
Phone Balboa 2-4245 working
hours or Gamboa 6-295. Ask for
Warren K. Gerhart.

FOR SALE: D. C. generator,
125 volt. 60 kw, 1750 R.P.M.,
7-4 p.m. Balboa 2942.

FOR SALE: Pet Ocelot never
caged. Year old healthy mala.
$50. 2491-B. Balboa 2-3050.

FOR SALE: Stove, washing
machine, sewing machine, radios,
living room, dining room and
bedroom set, small mahogany
beds. Betania 647. Phono 3-0741.

NIKON
Cameras

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U.lillll II.
(Across Banco Naclonal)
PANAMA COLON

LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar T tfe Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-05S2

TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phone 2-2451 2- 2562
team Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding & Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.

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HASSELBLAD
PAXETTE
leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.

JUST ARRIVED
MARINE FINISHES
WHITE LACQUER
CLEAR LACQUER
SANDING SEALER
AUTOMOTIVE PRIMERS
GLIDDEN PANAMA

AUTOMOBILE ROW

Phones: 3-7711 & 3-7712

Columbus Boys Choir
Singing Vednesday
Instead Of Friday
Thp mnrert date for the Co

lumbus Boys Choir has been set
ahead to Wednesday evening,
Oct. 9. Originally their appear appearance
ance appearance had been announced for
Friday, Oct. 12.
Local musicians report that
in the United States the Colum Columbus
bus Columbus Boys Choir corresponds in
musicianship with that of the
lone-famed Vienna Boys Choir
in Europe.
The program in Panama will
include a short Mozart opera
which will be given in costume.
There are 25 young voices In
the choir now booked for the
National Theater in Panama for
a single concert day after to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. The concert hour is 8:30 and
t'ekp's 'ent on sale todav at
Morrison's. J Street corner. Pric Prices
es Prices are $1.50 and Jl, with 75 75-cent
cent 75-cent tickets In the top balcony.
Like the Zlmbler Sinfonietta
which gave a highly successful
concert a few weeka ago, this
concert Is under joint auspices.
It is sponsored by the Daniel
Society in association with the
US National Theater and Acad Academy,
emy, Academy, and is traveling with the
rapport of president Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's fund for international cul cultural
tural cultural presentation.

FCC Commissioner
Accused By Solon
Of Okaying Pay TV

WASHINGTON, Oct. T (UP)

itep. amanuei Celler (D NY)
said today that Federal Communi Communications
cations Communications Commissioner Robert E.

Lee should disqualify himself

wnen me rui; renders its final

verdwt on pay as you see tele

vision.
Celler said Le'e had prejudged
the issue in an article in Look

magazine and has "made a mock

ery4 of he commission's pro proceedings.
ceedings. proceedings. iHe said tht article
"practically expressed approval"
of pay TV.
, Celler, chairman of tha House
Judiciary Committee, made the
statement in a broadcast over a
New York radio station.
Agrees On Trial
The commission ha3 agreed ten tentatively
tatively tentatively to authorize trial run
demonstrations of nay television
sometime next year. It empha emphasized
sized emphasized that this does not mean it
was endorsing pay TV as a perm permanent
anent permanent adjunct of the Droadcasting
industry.
The issue has been before the
commission for years. Most of the
proposed methods would require
the payment of a fee either
through a coin box or by hilling
to receive the special television

programs.
These proposals have been vig
orous'.y opposed by the television
networks, which have charged
that pay TV would ruin regular
commetcial telecasting.

plan Hearings
Committee Chairman Oren

Harris )d-Ark) announced last

montn irat the group, which has
jurisdiction over FCC operat'dv-s,
would hold hearings to see if Con Congress
gress Congress should take a stand i the
controversy.
Celler, an a(vowc.1 foe of pay pay-TV,
TV, pay-TV, said that in rendering final
decision on the issue, FCC mem members
bers members should be like a judge. And
he said Ihey "dare not prcjudgw"
the question bpfora them.
Celler said Le; could be im impeached
peached impeached if he wer a judge and
had "subjected himself to ex extreme
treme extreme criticism if not nontcmpt."
"Com-nissioncr Lee must now
disqualify himself." Celler said.

"Decency and justice require no

less.

Correspondence
Colleqe Students
Tod Classroom's

WASHINGTON. Oct. 7 (UP)

More students enrolled for college

correspondence courses at home
last year than for classroom.

study, the National Home Study

Council said today.
The council, the accrediting
agency for private home study
schools, said more than 750,000

students began courses in the

l-.iiinure car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
cart $5. Auto-Bafto, Trans-Isthmian
Highway, near Sears.

For, the best in TV and electric
repairs, telephone: Panama 3-

1607 U. $. Television. All serv-
ice C. O D.

Miscellaneous

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWm "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, C.Z.

Lesson

Dorese Waites school of danc danc-jng
jng danc-jng knights of Columbus Hall,
(upstairs). Balboa 2-2363.;

Primale of Ireland

) Says Solemn Mass

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European Conferess Support
British Tariff -Free Plan

PARIS, OA. 7 (UP)- A confer conference
ence conference of leading advocates of Eu European
ropean European unification announced today
their full support for a British plan
to create a tariff -free zone lor 250, 250,-000,000
000,000 250,-000,000 west Europeans.
The conference also decided to
plug for a through simplification
and rationalization of "European"

administrative organs, including

their centralization in one single
European city.
The conference, attended by 20
prominent leaders of ali political
parties announced a six-point ac action
tion action plan after a three-day confer conference
ence conference held under Fernand Dehous-

comfort of their own living rooms, se, Belgian Socialist and chairman

of the Council of Europe consulta consultative
tive consultative assembly.
Dehousee told a packed press
conference that the first round
table conference just complet completed
ed completed will be followed by a second in
November. It will include chair chairman
man chairman of various other European
institutions such as the coal and
steel pool, the West European U U-nion
nion U-nion and the Organization for Eu European
ropean European Economic Cooperation.
"Only then will real decisions
be made," Dehousse said.

The conference has no executive
powers but its participants wield
large influence in national govern

ments. Its. convening was suggest

ed by Austrian vice
Bruno Pittermann.

WANTED : Salesman ana oes
lectors for our Club System. Jo Jo-yeria
yeria Jo-yeria Now York, opposite Chat
Manhattan Bank.

VATICAN CITY, Oct. 7 (UP)
A huge crowd, including 1,500
disabled and sick people, attend attended
ed attended today a solemn masa. which

John Cardinal.. Dalton, primate

of all-Ireland and Archbishop of
Armagh, recited at the main al altar
tar altar of St. Peter's Basilica.
Cardinal Dalton. :; arrived m
Rome last Thursday together

with Prime Minister Eamon dt
Valera.

Cardinal Dalton's mass was

followed by a Via Crucls led by

Alfredo Cardinal, Ottaviana and
preached by five bishops.

NIXON VACATIONING

MIAMI (UP)-Vice President
Richard M. Nixon was vacationing

in seclusion loaay at on ocean
front hotel on Biscayne Key. A

close friend said Nixon was "tired

and just, wants ;it0 take it easy."
The vice president flew into Miami
unannounced Wednesday nieht. He

Chancellor is expected to return to Washing

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NEWSPAPER STAFF The U.S. Army Caribbean's weekly newspaper, The Buccaneer, observed its sixth anniversary with
the issue of Friday, Oct. 4. Staffed by military personnel, The Buccaneer covers events both in Panama and the Antilles
areas as well as general news of interest to military personnel. During its sixth year the newspaper was given a Depart Department'
ment' Department' of the Army award for excellence in the letter press category. Gathered at the desk of managing editor Sfc. Jim
Hunter, center, are staff -members, left to right, Sp3 Joe Featherson, sports editor; Sp3 Lou Dilorio, copy editor; Sp3 Darry
Oavle news writer and Sd3 Bob Galloway, assistant editor. (U.S. Army Photo)

Eisenhowers May

Receive Invite ;
For Pt"rn Visit

LONDON, Oct. 7 UP) Queen

Elizabeth II is expected to invite

President and Mrs. Eisenhower to

make a state visit t Britain, the
Empire News reported today.

The newspaper said a proposed

t,isennower invitation already
has been .discussed at length in

court circles." It said the invita invitation
tion invitation would be issued in return for
the Queen's visit this month to

the United States.
A statement on jn Eisenhower
visit was expected to be made
while the Qu n Washington.
the newspaper said. i f3

Club
ALOHA-
Invites you to try their
"Aloha Special"
...You'll lik it!.
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"El Panama' Hotel

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WINNEKS GATHER Winners -of the United Btates Army Caribbean Photography Contest are presented with' cash, awards
by Col Walter 3. Prestos, Jr., USARCARIB Gl, at a ceremony in the Fort Amador service club. Work of these amateur and
professional photographers will be among pictures representing this command in the All-Army and. Seventh Inter-Service
Competition to be held in Washington, D.C. Shown with CoL Preston, left, are 1st Lt William M. Lax, Ft Kobbe; 2nd Lfc.
Paul R. Ellis and Lt CoL Leslie- C-.Wood,. Ft. Clayton; Sp3 Bruce O. Bleckert, Sfc. Jack. E. Butson -Ft. GuUck,-and Sfe.
Joseph Hirn, Ft. Gullck, Capt. David Lltowsky, of Ft. Kobbe, another winner, was not present when this picture was taken.

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Republican Wants FBI Story

Of Faubus Eel-like Treachery
. WASHINGTON, Oct. 7 (UP) A New York Congressman urges that secret FBI reports be releas released,
ed, released, to show what he termed was the "eel-like treachery" of Arkansas Gov. Orval Faubus in the Little
jRock school integration crisis.
Rep. Kenneth B. Keating said Faubus acted in. "utter perfidy" and that President Eisenhower in
contrast took "responsible and necessary action" in dealing with the Little Rock situation.
Keating also urged that Eisenhower take charge of a campaign by "reasonable" Southerners to off offset
set offset "alarmists who are preaching demagoguery whi ch threatens to engulf the whole Southland in the
flames of racial hate and federal defiance."

Keating said In a formal,
statement that "the. eel-like i
treachery of Gov. Faubus in ob-1
fuscating all solution offered toi
the Little Rock crisis demon demonstrates
strates demonstrates clearly that the time is i

overdue1 for responsible elements

to make themselves neara.
The New York Republican is
the top GOP member of the
House Judiciary committee and
a leader in the fight for Eisen

hower's original Civil Rights Bill.
He said he hoped for the early
release of at least a summary of
the FBI's reports on develop developments
ments developments leading up to the Little
Rock crisis.
. Keating said the four South Southern
ern Southern governors who met with
Eisenhower last week in a so so-far
far so-far futile effort to withdraw
federal troops from Little Rock
" displayed 'a high degree of

Btatemanship" but tnat au

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TROOPS WILL REMAIN At
his news conference in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, President Eisenhower
says federal troops will have
to remain in Little Rock un unless
less unless Governor Faubus changes
his stand on school integra integration
tion integration and gives satisfactory and
unequivocal assurance that
law and order will be main main-1
1 main-1 tained.

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Pancanal Allqrney
Maurice M. Morton

Transfers To CAA

Maurice M. Morton, an attor attorney
ney attorney in the Office of the General
Counsel, will leave the Canal orga organization
nization organization this week to accept a po position
sition position with the planning staff of

the Civil Aeronautics Admimstra

tion in Washington, D. C.

Mr. and Mrs. Morton will sail

for New York on -the Panama lin
er Cristobal, Oct. 19. :

Morton has been employed Jn

the General Counsel's Office for
the past three and a half years

during during which time he also
served as Special Hearing Officer

for the Upeartment at Justice in

the conduct of hearings rn conscientious-objector
matters under the
Selective Service Act.

In addition he Q was active in

Masonic and reserve officers' af

fairs in the Canal Zone.
A native of Odessa, Russia, Mor

ton came to ine umtcri states as
a child and is a naturalized Unit United
ed United States citizen. He is a grad

uate of the Temple University
Law School and served with the

U.S. Army during World War II.
Before coming to the Isthmus

in 1954, he was employed with the

Civil Aeronautics Administration

and in the office of the Assistant

Secretary of the JNavy, PriCe Ad
justmant Board in Washington.

TROUBLE FLARES ANEW IN LITTLE ROCK Troopers
Joined a protest march out of Little Rock's Central High

scnooi grounas.
bus had "deliberately flouted
their efforts."
Paratroopers knelt alongside
parishioners yesterday to pray

for peace in the battle of Little
Rock, attended worship services
at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral
with about 20 soldiers of the
101st Airborne Division.

Small groups of servicemen

were seen in the congregations

of other downtown churches

Last Sunday, when tension was

still high, the troopers were con

fined to their bases and special

worship services were conducted
for them in the ajhletic field at
Central High School and at the

armory.

The fact that they were given
passes to attend downtown
churches yesterday reflected
the judgment of military offi officials
cials officials that the passions of this
long-turbulent city have sub subsided
sided subsided considerably in the past
few days.
ALL IS QUIET

Sabbath quiet reigned through

out little Rock... at Central
High School, where a skeleton

force of National Guardsmen

walked patrol around an empty
building ...at the goVe rnor's
mansion, where Faubus remain

ed in seclusion. .!n the hotel
lobbies and on the street cor corners,
ners, corners, where the principal topic
of conversation was not integra integration,
tion, integration, but the upset victory of the
University of Arkansas in Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night's football game with
Texas Christian University.

Ministers called attention. In

sermons and announcements, to

the city-wide prayer services
which will be held bv Protestant,
Cathblic and Jewish congrega congregations
tions congregations next Saturday morning.
The Very Rev. Charles A. Hig Hig-gins,
gins, Hig-gins, dean of Trinity Cathedral,
told his congregation that the
prayer service represents a sin sincere
cere sincere and humble effort to mo mobilize
bilize mobilize the spirttual resources of
the community for a peaceful
solution, to the present impasse.
Dr. Clifford J. Earle of Phila Philadelphia,
delphia, Philadelphia, pa., executive secretary
of the social action department
of the Presbyterian Church in
the U.S.A., said in a sermon at
Ailision Presbyterian Church:
"The churches of America, by
their response to racial segrega segregation,
tion, segregation, are being testPd and

weighed as never before in our

order parents and students who
School to move back from the

Mrs. Lalermann's

Funeral Will Be

Wednesday Morning

Funeral services for Mrs. Kath

leen Latermann, long time Canal
Zona resident who died Saturday

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MINIATURE WAR IN SAN MARINO Armed militiamen stand guard at the gate cf a rub-'
ber factory in San Marino after Communist and anti-Communist rivals in. this tiny repub-y
lie drew battle lines for a miniature civil war. A frroup of Christian Democrats "proclaimed.
a new anti-Communist government and then holed up In an unfinished Iron foundry The'
Communists were entrenched in in the gover uuieril palace, six miles away- In -the anlddle

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REPUBLIC OF SAN MARINO,

Oct. 7 (UP) The San Marino
cold civil war bogged qodwn to today
day today in boredom, bulletins and bed

room eyes.

The bedroom eyes were the big

gest brake on the five day old

fight. They burned in the face of

armed partisans of both sides.

A bed, a bed, my government

night in Gorgas Hospital, will he for a bed," groaned one Christian

(NEA Telephoto)
STUDENTS DEMONSTRATE An unidentified student of
Central High School in Little Rock kicks at a dummy Negro
figure hung from a tree in front of the school. About 150
students took part in a demonstration against integration. A
detail of trbops broke up the demonstration.

held Wednesday at 8:io a.m. m

the Sacred Heart Chapel in An-

con. Mrs. Latermann was 81 years

old.
The services will be conducted
by the Rev. Michael J. Wye, CM.
Interment will follow at Corozal
Cemetery i

Rosary services will be held at
7 p.m. tomorrow in the Gorgas
Hospital Mortuary Chapel.
The family has requested that
no flowers be sent and that those
who wish may contribute to the
Heart Fund.
A native of Ireland, Mrs, Later Latermann
mann Latermann accompanied by her husband
to the Canal Zone in 1914 and liv lived
ed lived many years in Balboa where
Mr. Latermann was employed by
the Maintenance Division. Since
her husband's death at 1934, she
has been making her home with

her daughter, Mrs. Mary E. Beck
er, of Balboa.

In addition to her daughter, she

Is survived by her son, John C
Latermann, of Bayonne, N. Jer

sey: a vranddauvhter, Mrs. Ber

tha Jean Mclntire, of Curundu;
and two great granddaughters.

Democrat militiamen who said he

has not had any sleep in three
days.
"Why don't these guys call a

truce for 24 hours so I can go

home to sleep, moaned a com

munist gun-toter, his eyes as red

as his politics.

history.
"If the churches do not re respond
spond respond in fatihfulness, if they
remain in the rear in the
struggle for justice, they may
continue as institutions, but
will they not cease to be the
living church of Christ
through which God speaks and
acts?"

One clergyman raised a dis

senting voice. The Rev. L. D.

Foreman, pastor of Antioch
Missionary Baptist Church, said

his congregation would not par

tlclpate in the special prayer

service because he felt It was
merely an attempt to promote
integration under a "veneer of
prayer."

Philip Is Yugoslav

Princess' Godfalher
- Queen Looks On

LONDON, Oct. 6 (UP) Queen
Elizabeth looked on with, a moth

er s concern here today as ner
husband, the, Duke of Edinburgh,
held his 3-month-old godchild in his

arms throughout a christening cer

emony.
The baby was Marija, daughter

of Prince and Princess Andrej of

Yugoslavia.

i-nnip was a witness at t n e

wedding of Prince Andrej and his
niece in Germany in Aug. of 1956.

As a result, he became their
nearest "spiritual relative" by an ancient
cient ancient Serbian tradition, and their

first child's godfather.
The Queen watched, with a live lively
ly lively interest throughout the 25-min-ute
ceremony at the Serbian Orth

odox Church here.

Cypriol Lace Clerks
Held After Raid
fiefs Rebel Papers

NICOSIA, CYPRUS, Oct 6 (UP)
Three soft-spoken Greek Crypriot
girls who used to sell linens and

lace' to British housewives were in

detention homes today accjised.' of

Deing memoers oi tne ureeic uy uy-prut
prut uy-prut Nationalist organization EO
The three, Maroulla, 22, Geor Geor-goulla,
goulla, Geor-goulla, 17, and Androulla, 23, were
arrested when police raided their
shop on Ledra Street known as
"Murder Mile" in the old walled
city, and found EOKA documents.
They were among 14 women ar arrested
rested arrested because of alleged EOKA
activity.

Meanwhile, an employe of an
American owned corporation that

is a large employer of local labor,

was arrested.
In his possession was a Brown
ing automatic pistol.

Wind Shift Brings
Evacuation Order

Near Azores Volcano

HORTA, Faial Island, Azores
Oct. 7 (UP) Authorities order

ed the evacuation of a 13 square

mue strip of coast near an erunt

ing undersea volcano today when
offshore winds shifted i and began
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uumping voicanic asn on mis is
land of 25,000 persons.

For eight days the island had
been protected by a southeast
wind which blew ashes and funes

from the new volctms out to sea.

Late last night the wind shifted to

the northeast. The wind direction

remained dangerous today and e-

vacuation was ordered.

Freitas Pimental, governor of

the Faial district, rushed to the

scene early this morning with oth

er island authorities to direct the

evacuation.
Most of the 3,000 persons vho
lived in the zone already had been
evacuated, but scores had started
returning to their villages and
farms over the weekened when it
appeared there was no danger.
Volcanic ash began raming down
from the skies shortly after mid midnight,"
night," midnight," covering the area with

black cinders. Large red hot rocks

and chunks of molten stone also

landef on the strip during volca

nic explosions, wmcn iiow have

slowed down to once every three

or four hours. At the height of the
volcano's activity, explosions were

occurring every 15 minutes.

Burlesque Dqrjcersl
ArresiWFbr! ;
ShowingvTdo Mucli
UNION CITY, N.J., Oct. 7 (UP)
A burlesque queen and two oth other
er other dancers at the Hudson Theater
were arrested early today on
charges of giving an indecent per performance.
formance. performance. Detective Frank Fusco. who at

tended the show lat Friday night
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auegeu uie inree g.'HS tOOK Ott
too much clothing. Tliev were the f

nrst Duriesque performers arrest

ed on indecency charges since tho
theater reopened last month.
Held in $1,000 bail each were
Miss Mickey Russtil, 28, of Tam Tampa.,
pa., Tampa., Fla: Mrs. Anna Christina

Packett (alias Terrv Lee), 23, of
Cincinnati, and Miss Melba Mor

ns, 30, of Umontown Pa.

Miss Morris was featured as the

star of the show.

Last year Union City and a

number of other New Jersey cities

including Newark, attempted to
"clean up" burlesque by adopting
ordinances to outlaw stripping.

ine tnree dancers will be given
hearing tomorrow in municipal

court.

Rene Pleven May

Relurn As Premier

In French Crisis

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Rebels Believed
Sneaking Through
To Sahara Desert

ALGIERS, Oct. 7 (UP) Rebel

raiders believed to be sneaking o

ver the Libyan border are strik

ing deep into the h?art of Alge
ria's oil-rich Sahara territories

according to reports reaching here

today.
French Foreign Legion patrols
clashed last Thursday with a

truck-mounted rebel band in the
Sahara about 16 miles south of

the Libyan border town of Ghat,

' officials said today.
French army sources said the
j incident occurred on Algeiran soil.
The Libyan government has pro protested
tested protested to the French Ambassador
I in Libya, however, that the legion legion-j
j legion-j n a ires crossed into Libyan territo-
ry killing a civilian and wound wound-!
! wound-! ine two Libyan soldiers,
i Informed sources said here how how-j
j how-j ever that the skirmish was only
the latest in a new outbreak of

National Liberation Front (F LN)
activity in the Sahara.

THURSDAY -CENTRAL

JOHN GREGSON
ANTHONY QUAYLE

fER FINCH

TKHNKOLOR

THE TREMENDOUS STORY OF THE VICTORY
OVER, THE GRAFSPEE!

PARIS, Oct. 7 UP) Rene
Pleven, a 56-year old moderate
who twice before has been Pre Premier
mier Premier of France, agreed today to

make the second attempt to form

a new government.

Socialist ex-Premier Guy Mollet

made the first attempt over the

weekend and failed.

Pleven, head of the small but

strategically-located (middle road)
Resistance Party (UDSR) told

President Rene Coty this morning

that he would try to solve tne sev

en-day-old crisis France's biggest

since the end of the war.
Now Pleven, a bespectacled,
stand-offish native of Brittany,
must try and form a Cabinet that
the bitterly divided national as assembly
sembly assembly would accept.
Mollet turned down the task
last night because be could' not
get the support of the powerful In

dependent (conservative) party on

his plans for economic reform.

French, Libyan

Troops Clash

South Of Tripoli

TRIPOLI, Libya, Oct 6 (UP)

French and Libyan troop3 clashed
near the village of Iser., 600 miles
south of Tripoli, this week end
Libyan Foreign Minister Wahdi
Bauri said today.
He said""French soldiers sup supported
ported supported by tanks, armored cars
and planes invaded Libyan territo territory,
ry, territory, killed a civilian, wounded two
Libyan soldiers and cnused con considerable
siderable considerable damage to the village
before withdrawing.

Sunday Express
Says Eisenhower

A Millionaire

The foreign minister said there
were no Algerian nationalists near

the village when the French
troops attacked and railed the

rrencn action wrutui aggression. wona s weaitmest women with a
He asked the United States' to re- fortune variously estimated at
view the matter. from $4,000,000 to $20,000,000.

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Sunday Express speculated that 6 1
President Eisenhower,, who had
"very little indeed" when he was A
in the army, now. is a million- I
aire. .:'iYi" f

Tne newspaper noted tnat Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's investments in the six
years prior to his election as Pres-
ident in 1948 were worth "consi

derably less" than' $30,000, but
since then he sold rights vto his
book "Crusade in Europe' for a a-bout
bout a-bout $700,000.
"For a. man with less than $30,r
000. that was obviously a might

jump ahead- even aftef the tsif
collector hacf been" at work," H

The Express said that, since E- J
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suui'K mantel nus uu up auuui
60 per cent, (and as a result his
investment buyings today should
total about $750,000.
"It certainly is a tidy sum for
a man who not so long ago had
almost nothing at all, the n'ews-4
paper said. "And with his other
assets it assuredly lifts him into i
the million-dollar class.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth, who (
visits Eisenhower in Washington
this month, is rated one of the

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OSLO. Norwav. Oct T (UP

Norwegians went to the TUs to

day in a general election which

will decide whether Socialist con

trols on the country's economy are
tightened or eased during the next

five years. .- r
Premier Einar Cerbardsen'n la

bor party, b offiie continually

since 1935, was expected to have
won re-election when the final re

sult becomes known around noon
tomorrow. But experts predicted
that the opposition Conservatives
would aocceed in cutting their
majority in parliament to a slim

one or two votes. ; r
The election campaigns 'of both
sites, alreaty qoiet because of the
lack of controversy over any ma major
jor major Issues, were given a -virtual
knockout last mon'h by the death
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